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Theseus, Fort Danphin, St. Domingo, SEPT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

Theseus, Fort Dauphin, St. Domingo, SEPT. 19. SIR,       Having found extreme difficulty in pre-   venting small vessels from passing into Cape Francois with provisions from the little ports on the northern part of the island, in consequence of their finding a safe retreat from our pursuit under the batteries of Fort Dauphin, and conceiving that port to be of utmost importance to the enemy, I deemed it necessary to make some efforts for the reduction of the place, and the cap- ture of a ship of war at anchor there. As soon as the sea breeze this morning rendered it impossible for the enemy's frigates to leave their anchorage, I proceeded to Man- charmel Bay, leaving the Hercule and Cumberland on their station. The water   being sufficiently deep to allow me to place   the ship, within musket shot of Fort La- bouque, our fire was so well directed, that it was impossible for the guns of the battery to be poi...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

SHIP NEWS.   On Wednesday arrived the Al- bion, Capt. BUNCKER, from New                       Zealand & Sandy Cape, with up- wards of 1400 barrels of sperm oil, shortly to proceed to Europe. Arrived on Thursday evening the Marcia, Mr. J. AICKEN master, from Wreck Reef, whither she sailed the 7th of May last, and   the 2oth of the same month made the reef ; six days after she lost an anchor, owing to the cable being cut by the rocks ; and four or five days afterwards she parted her second and only anchor in the same manner ; on both which occasions the vessel drifted ra- pidly for several miles before she could be   overtaken by the boat and boarded. These losses were remedied, however, by substituting a carronade saved from the Porpoise, the   wreck of which had, by repeated tempests,   been driven into very shallow water. On the 7th of June Mr. Aicken was obliged to put to sea in a very heavy gale, leaving two...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

N O T I C E.     Those Settlers and other Cultivators who have moist situations on their Farms, and may be     desirous of benefiting themselves hereafter by the acquisition of that necessary Plant the Bamboo,   may receive Plants from the Government Gar-   dener at Sydney, on Friday next ; who wiil give   directions how it is to be planted.   N O T I C E. WE, the Subscribers, appointed by Mr. William Cox and his Creditors as     Trustees for managing his Affairs, hereby intimate to those who are indebted to his Estate (either previous to his Failure, or for Purchases from the Sale of his Effects under   our Management) that unless they discharge   their respective Debts on or before the first day of August next, or give satisfactory   security for the payment thereof, the Trus-     &amp...

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Epigram—The favorite Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

Epigram - The favorite Cup. One gentle fall a fracture caus'd, 'Twas Chloe's the sensation :     The maid in silence sigh'd and paus'd... 'Tis thus with Reputation !   Then Chloe, for thy lovely sake, A lesson from thy fav'rite take.   Be thine each danger to avoid,     Since beauty by one speck's destroy'd.

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STATE of the BAROMETER [?] THERMOMETER for the Fortaight commencing Sunday June 24, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, with the prvailing Winds and Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER & THERMOMETER                       for the Fortnight commencing Sunday June 24,               taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, with the prevailing Winds and Weather.                            DAY Sun   Mo         Tu W                   Th Fri   Sat   Sun             Mo     Tu     W Th Fri     Sat   BAROMETER 8 morn in. pts 29 97 29 99 29 92 30 21 30 35 30 34 30 ?? 30 9 29 92 29 99 30 5 30 9 30 25 30 ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday---15 m past 2 in the morning       35 m past 2 in the afternoon Tuesday--55 m past 2 in the morning     20 m past 3 in the afternoon     Wednesd---45 m past 3 in the morning 10 m past 4 in the afternoon Thursday--35 m past 4 in the morning   5 in the evening   Friday-----25 m past 5 in the morning 50 m past 5 in the evening   Saturday- 15 m past 6 in the morning 40 m past 6 in the evening Sunday -- 5 m past 7 in the morning 30 m. past 7 in the evening   High Water at Parramatta 1h 15 m after   Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Ordinance. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

Ordinance.   WHEREAS much Litigation and   many vexatious Suits at Law have       occurred for the want of an esta-     bished and fixed Rate of Interest   on Moneys and other Claims within this Ter- ritory and its Dependencies. It is hereby Ordained that no Persons do, directly or indirectly, for any Bills, Bonds, or Con-   tracts (to be made after the Publication of   this Ordinance) take for the Loan or Use of     Money or any other Commodity, above the     Value of Eight Pounds Sterling for the Loan     or Forbearance of One Hundred Pounds Ster-     ling or the value thereof, for One Year ; and so proportionably for a greater or less sum, any custom or usage to the contrary notwith- standing. And if any Person or Persons whatsoever do or shall (afte...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

EXAMINATIONS     BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY JULY 7. John Hughes alias Macarthy, suspected of petty theft, and afterwards found con- cealed on board a vessel with a design of effecting his escape from the Colony, was sentenced a corporal punishment, and to Work in the Gaol Gang till further Orders. Michael Caffery was brought up a second time, on the accusation before exhibited against him of stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel, &c. from a seaman belong- ing to His Majesty's ship Buffalo ; and upon conviction was sentenced 100 lashes and the Gaol Gang till further Orders. Wm. Cheshire, for absconding from pub-   lic labour at Castle-Hill, was ordered to re- ceive a corporal punishment, and be return- ed to that place. And Joseph Wood, formerly convicted of having received in exchange from boys employed at public labour in His Majesty's   Dock-yard two pair of shoes issued from the Store for others of a very inf...

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MURDER, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

MURDER,           Early on Sunday Morning last the body of Stephen Boylin was found immersed in   water in a cavity nearly at the Northern extremity of the Rocks, and when taken out a quantity of blood gushed from an a-     perture of the right temple, which being examined by JOHN HARRIS, Esq. Surgeon of the New South Wales Corps, was de- clared to have proceeded from a heavy blow with a pointed instrument. The vio- lence of the stroke had been such as to oc- casion a fissure on the skull; and which Mr.     HARRIS had no doubt had been the cause   of the unfortunate man's death.     At nine in the morning an Inquest as- sembled on the body, before whom the tes-   timony of a number of witnesses was taken, and at half-past nine at night the Jury found a Verdict-Willful Murder against several persons taken...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

SYDNEY.   The extreme mildness of the present sea- son excites the surprise of the oldest Co- lonists. The grain at Hawkesbury was   scarcely ever known in so forward a state at the the time of year. - Barley has appeared in ear in different parts of the districts three weeks, and Wheat a fortnight since. In Sydney many fruit trees still retain part of their foliage; - one of which in Chapel Row at present bears a peach, not differing in appearance from those of the ordinary growth; and at Corncord, on the Farm of   Mr. I. Nicholls, another tree, a month since totally divested of its leaves, exposes to the curious a half-grown peach, apparently proceeding to maturity. Instances of the kind are too numerous to come under the appellation of natural phenomena.     It is remarkable that Major White and Nabbin, the two Natives lately killed at Richmond Hill, were the two identical per- sons who between four and five years s...

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COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION-Tbursday, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION       Thursday July 12. At half-past 10 o'clock the Court opened, and the following prisoners were put to the   Bar, viz. Timothy Reardon, Thomas Lynch, and Margaret Macknight, committed by       toe Coroner's Verdict, on suspicion of the Wilful Murder of Stephen Boylen.   John Harris, Esq. being first called upon deposed, that on Sunday morning last he was informed of a man's being found drowned in a pool on the Rocks, and his advice requested as to the measures necessary to be taken ; that he desired the deceased might not be removed until the Coroner should give directions for that purpose, and shortly after went himself to inspect the body; which had, by the order of Mr. THROSBY, been taken out and then lay on the bank beside the cavity; the wound received Mr. HARRIS minutely examined,     and was of opinion, from its appearance, that &nb...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

SHIP NEWS. On Sunday arrived from Norfolk Island in 11 days His Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nelson, Mr. J. SIMMONDS Comman- der, with Ensigns ANDERSON and PIPER,     of the New South Wales Corps. She sailed from hence the 29th of April, and for   18 days after encountered very unfavoura- ble weather, with a strong Easterly wind, by which she was driven so far to the Northward that Mr. Simmonds found it   necessary to make for New Zealand to wood and water; on the 3d of June she   made the Three Kings, and two days after the North Cape; kept along shore as far   as Cape Brett in the Bay of Islands, and up-     on coming to anchor the natives, nearly 200   in number, went off in their canoes, and were welcomed on board: having with them   potatoes, some vegetables, mats, and other articles of their own manufacture, they imme- diately commenced barter, and in return for their merchandise requested scraps of p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 July 1804

NOTICE. Captain Buncker gives No- tice, that the Albion Whaler   will proceed to Europe about the     latter end of the present month ;   wherefore Persons holding Claims       upon him are to present the same     accordingly ; and such as are indebted to the said Captain to settle their accounts.     NOTICE.       CAPTAIN QUESTERD gives Notoce that the ship Britannia will proceed to sea immediately. - All Claims or Demands upon the said Commander are therefore to be forthwith presented.   ON SALE AT MR. HAYE'S, SYDNEY, The Undermentioned Goods; being Part of         a Capital British Investment, at the House formerly occupied by Captain Raven, viz. WOOLEN GOODS, Superfine black and coloured Cloths, Ker- cymeres, and Cassinets. Second Cloth...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

POSTSCRIPT. His EXCELLENCY and FAMILY quitcd town on Friday afternoon for Parramatta ; where a General Muster was yesterday held of Settlers, and People holding Grounds by Grant, Lease, or Hire, as announced in His Excellency's General Order of the 15th instant.

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

General Orders. AS much Inconvenience is given to those employed in Landing and Embarking Goods from the Wharfs, and several Rob- beries having been committed by the in- dolent Spectators, who are no ways con- cerned in the Work carrying on ; The Centinels, Wharfingers, and Overseers, are directed not to suffer any Persons of the above description to be loitering on or about the Wharfs either by Night or by Day ; and if such Persons neglect to obey the Or- ders of the above Persons, the Head Con-     stable is directed to put every one offending herein, to Public Labour during the re- mainder of the Day, and to confine in Gaol any one who does not belong to a Ship,   that are on the Wharfs after Sunset. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Parramatta, July 21, 1804.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

N O T I C E.   THE Public Store at Sydney will be opened on Monday, the 6th day of Au-   gust next, for the purpose of supplying the Settlers and all other Persons, with such Ar- ticles as they may have obtained His Ex- cellency the Governor's Permission to receive. A SUPPLY of Earthen and Glassware,   Checque, Duck, and Ironmongery, having arrived in the Experiment, the same will be Disposed of at 50 per Cent. upon the Invoice Price ; and in order that the Public may be informed what Articles they can be accommo- dated with, the following List is inserted with the Prices at which they are disposed of; Soup and flat plates 3s. per dozen dessert ditto 2s. 2d. per ditto oval dishes, from 1od. to 3s.each large soup tureens, 7s. 6d. each middle sized ditto, 6s. 6d. each   oval dishes and covers, and sallad dishes     butter boats, large and small jugs, basons, &c.   pint and half pint flin...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

To Correspondents, The Communication dated at Hawkes-   bury, and signcd I. K. being of a private nature, we do not conceive ourselves au- thorised to insert it ; but acknowledge every respect for the writer.

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STATE of the BAROMETER & THERMOMETER for the Fortnight commencing Sunday July 8, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, with the p[?]vailing Wm[?]s and Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER & THERMOMETER                     for the fortnight commencing Sunday July 8,                   taken in the shade at Government House,     Sydney, with the prevailing Winds and            Weather.                   DAY. Sun Mo   Tu   W   Th   Fri   Sat   Sun   Mo   Tu   W   Th   Fri Sat BAROMETER 8 morning in, pts 30 4 30 21 30 25 30 15 29 93 30 24 30 18 30 19 30 22    30 4 29 84 29 93 29 84        29 22    12 noon  in, pts 30 6  30 22 30 24 30 8 30 1 30 21  30 16 30 20 30 18 29 95 29 87 29 55 29 94 29 17 4 afternoon ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

Notice. WE, the subscribers, appointed by Mr. William Cox and his Creditors as Trustees for managing his Affairs, hereby intimate to those who are indebted to his Estate (either previous to his Failure, or for Purchases from the Sale of his Effects under our Management) that unless they discharge their respective Debts on or before the first day of August next, or give satisfactory security for the payment thereof, the Trus- tees will be under the disagreeable necessity of adopting legal measures to enforce pay- ment. SAMUEL MARSDEN,, THOMAS ROWLEY, SYDNEY, THOMAS MOORE, July 7; 1804. ROB CAMPBELL, Treasurer. NOTICE.     WHEREAS a Promissory Note, drawn by Mr. William Broughton in favor of     Joseph Mayberry for an Amount of Seven Pounds   and Sixpence Sterling., payable on demand, was some time since accidentally LOST ; Notice is hereby given, that should the said Note be ten-   dered in payment, it is t...

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From a Provincial Paper, dated July 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

From a Provincial Paper, dated July 1803. In the neighbourhood of Ostia, near Rome, there has lately been dug a most noble statue of Achilles, nine and a half Roman palms in height, and in perfect preservation. The   hero holds a metal lance in his right hand, and the paragonium in his left ; the helmet on his head is surmounted with a large plume of feathers resembling that of the celebrated sta- tue of Vila Borgheefe, which however, is not of equal workmanship. This work, certainly is one of the finest that Greece has produced, does not exhibit the name of the artist : the inscription votive Marti, engraven on one of his legs, proves that it had been consecrated to the God of War.

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