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

SHIP NEWS. Sailed on Thursday morning the   Coromandel for China, to touch at Norfolk Island. On Friday sailed the Integrity for   Norfolk island. And the Resource on Thursday for   Newcastle; whither also sailed on Friday the   Raven, Raby, and the Speedy, Morley. On Monday last arrived the Sloop   Contest, from the Southward, with the   Detachment on board all well. In Two-fold Bay Mr. Draffin went on shore,   accompanied by the Master of the vessel,   attended by Mongoul, a native of Sydney. Shortly after landing they were surrounded   by a numerous body of the natives of that quarter, who were particularly civil to the     small party, and especially so to Mongoul. In the evening he was left on shore at his own request; two soldiers remaining also among the natives, who had formed an encampment near the beach; - but shortly after, owing t...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

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 indebted to the   said Captain to settle their accounts.   7S~7 N T E~D, " Qix Sawyers for confiant employ for fix ^ Mönchs.-^-«Good encouragement will be given. Apply to Mr, Lord. ~" N O' T" I C E.'~~ ALL Persons having Claims or Demands upon Charles Carty (about to leave the Colony), are requested to present the same immediately. W A N T E D, TWO APPRENTICES, to a Working SMITH, where every branch of the   Profession will be taught. - A Line addressed to Thomas Storer will be duly attended to. For Sale at the House of Serjeant Packer, Pitt's Row, At the accustomed low Prices, BEST Green Tea 6s. and Souchong 4s per lb. Sugar 10d. per lb. and excellent Salt Butter Writing Paper and Stationary of all forts B...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday..8 in the morning, 30 m past 8 at night   Tuesday...9 in the morn. 30 m past 9 at night Wednes... 55 m past 9 morn. 20 m past 10 night Thursda ..45 m past 10 foren. 10 m past 11 night Friday.. 35 minutes past 11 in the forenoon Saturday..12 in the m. 25 m past 12 at noon Sunday..50 m past 12 morn. 15 m past 1 aft PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE.  

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Copy of a General Order issued by His Honor Lieutenant-Governor FOVEAUX, dated NORFOLK ISLAND, MAY 8th, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

Copy of a General Order issued by His Honor Lieutenant-Governor FOVEAUX, dated NORFOLK ISLAND, May 8th, 1804.     Whereas, in consequence of the LIEU TENANT GOVERNOR having received     a Despatch from the Right Honorable Lord HOBART, HIS MAJESTY'S Principal Secre- retary of State for the Colonies, directing that     a Part of the Establishment of this Island         should be removed; together with a Propor- tion of Settlers and Convicts, to Port Dal-   rymple, on the Southern Coast of Van Die- man's Land; And his Lordship having   expressed a Wish that this Measure should be   carried into Effect with as little Delay as       possible:- the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, therefore, being desirous that the Settlers so disposed to remove should have the earliest Information, and that they should clearly understand the Terms upon which such Re- moval will take place, has judged it expe- dien...

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COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION-Monday, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 July 1804

COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDIC-   TION—Monday, July 16.       Ford?ce Goulan stood indicted for assault-               ing William Thomas, who appeared to prose- cute, and underwent a long and strict exa- mination ; as did also two other witnesses,   whose testimony was in some material points expressly contradictory of the former : when             the evidence for the prosecution being closed, the prisoner entered upon his defence, in the course of which he called persons to his cha- racter, who spoke of him in the highest   terms.   The Court then cleared ; and re-opening,   The JUDGE ADVOCATE informed the prisoner, that upon maturely considering the evidence adduced against him, that evidence was found to be contra...

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

SYDNEY         The annexed is a correct Statement of the number of Seal skins, and quantities of Oil brought by the different vessels belong- ing to the Copartnership of Messrs. Kable and Underwood ; viz. - Schooner Endeavour.—From March 9, 1803, to May 28, 1804, 9,514 skins ; 220 gal- lons of Seal Oil ; Sloop Surprise.-From March 11, 1803, to       Sept. 15, 1803, 15,480 skins, 610 gal-   lons Elephant Oil ;   Schooner Governor King.- From August   1803, to June 1804, 3,288 skins ; 180 tons,, 136 gallons of Elephant Oil. Producing a total of 28,282 skins ; and 183 tons, 40 gallons of Elephant, and 220     gallons of Seal Oil ; in procuring which   63 men have upon an average been em- ployed. The importance of a trade that in the space of a few years is found capable of giv- ing employment to so many people upon a si...

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

General Orders. The GENERAL ORDERS issued by Lieu- tenant Governor FOVEAUX, at Norfolk         Island, on the 8th of last May, giving the       necessary Notice respecting the Terms on which a Part of the Establishment at Norfolk Island, together with a Proportion of Set- tlers and Convicts are to be removed from   thence to Port Dalrymple, on the South Side of BASS'S STRAITS and North Part of   VAN-DIEMAN'S Land, or any of the other New Settlements under the Government of this Territory, - consequent on the Instructions received from the Right Hon. LORD   HOBART, one of His MAJESTY'S Principal Secretaries of State; Being approved by the   GOVERNOR and COMMANDER in CHIEF, HIS EXCELLENCY has only to add, that having pointed out to His Honor Lieutenant   Governor FOVEAUX such Arrangements as appear necessary for effecting that Service, it is intended to send such fit Vessels as can be procured to Norfolk lsl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

NOTICE.             NOTWITHSTANDING the engage-   ments entered into by the Settlers and         Cultivators who were furnished with Salt     Beef, to return an equal quantity of Fresh   Pork into the different Stores during this       Month, it appears that many of them have   been inattentive to fulfilling their Engage-     ments; Those who do not return Fresh Pork into the Store to be salted, equal in weight to the Beef that was lent them, during the ensuing month of August, will   be charged for each Tierce of Beef the   prime cost, Ten Pounds, and Fifty per Cent, making Fifteen Pounds for 336       Pounds of Salt Beaf, And Sixteen Pounds   Sixtee...

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EPITAPH On a Monkey that usually occupied the summit of a high post in the yard of a Gentleman in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

E P I T A PH     On a Monkey that usually occupied the sum- mit of a high post in the yard of a Gentleman in Sydney. Beneath this behol'd spot, in death repos'd, Lies the grim corpse of one estrang'd to care ;   Who chattering oft', no secret once disclos'd,   Who liv'd a Captive--yet disdain'd a tear. A mind possesing of peculiar mould,       Alike to him was flattery and scorn ; And tho' unclad, protected from the cold, For bounteous Nature's robe had ne'er been shorn.   Devoid of talent, yet bv Fate prcferr'd, He liv'd exalted, died without disgrace...         Uncensor'd too ---nor has Report been heard     T'ánnounce the next Successor to his Place   Should the gay Coxcomb hither chance to stray, Let sympathy provoke one kindred shrug ;     And let him chatter t...

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For the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

For the Sydney Gazette. A difference of opinion prevails as to the   principal source from which human cala- mity takes its origin, and abler pens have been employed in placing in their proper point of view those causes which have a   tendency remotely or directly, to fill the measure of created evils. Foibles and vices have in their turn incurred the lash of honest censure; and moral sentences, in plain at- tire, have as vulgar proverbs been rendered current and familiar; but as point and bre- vity are in these consulted, and as they, like the true epigram, embrace no more than a single subject, they atone for their conciseness by a multiplicity that would over- power the retentive faculties of a Baratarian, and to adapt their numbers to the ordinary comprehension require all the ingenuity of the celebrated Moralist, who has given to the world an excellent collection under the perhaps assumed appellation of " Poor Richard." In the instruction of youth, wel...

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ANECDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

A N E C D OT E. A Cock, that had been purchased by Ad- miral Berkeley, when Captain of the Marlborough of 74 guns, for the purpose of being kept as his live stock, greatly distin-   guished the undaunted spar attached to the                       English breed. During the time the above ship was engaged in close action with the French fleet on the glorious First of June, by being ordered to the boldest service against the enemy she was totally dismasted, and reduced to a mere wreck. At the time her mainmast went, the undaunted Cock flew upon the stump, which projected about 12 feet from the deck, and in that station began to flutter his wings and crow with exulting boldness. So singular a circumstance could not fail of attracting the admiration of the gallant Tars, who were animated anew by   the example, and fought with irresistible bravery ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

SHIP NEWS.   Sailed on Friday morning for the River Derwent, the ship Lady Barlow, with an   extensive stock of cattle and pigs, and a   supply of provisions and stores, for the use of the Settlement. The stock, consisting of 145 head of horn cattle, 3 mares, a fine horse, and 62 head of swine, mostly designed for breeding, were by His Excellency's order put on board on Wednesday and Thursday, which was effected without the   slightest injury or accident; and a timber carriage, cart, and all requisite apparatus were likewise shipped.   The Britannia, Captain Questerd; and   Albion, Captain Buncker, are ready for sea,   and expected shortly to sail. On Friday came in the George, with 2 tons of coals and 40 logs of cedar, procured at Hunter's River, from whence she sailed on Wednesday. And yesterday morning arrived the Resource colonial vessel, with Lieutenant MNZEIES     from Newcastle the preceding     &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

NOTICE. WHEREAS betwixt the evening of Sa- turday the 14th, and Tüefday the 17th, if tU',s ï>rf{«at infta.it,* qiAotity or SAL i ED ?SEEP a-id ?ORK, tae Pro jo ty or Sa m un, Warner. >.v.îî9 STOLEN from cat a B»T\eu C-Jll kept in a Skdîing or Pantry at the bacK of trie Premiff« by him p-cuoied': This is to reqaive lint any P<rfon who m.*y puichafe the fawi2, or aöy part thereof, Ino ay immediate! v (tap (nrtruid and dccteiM the fame, So that the P.i-r lie* offending may he brought to Juihce .-«-And Notice is hereby given, that anv Pc-rfcitt givmg ¡nfora1.11 ion thar may lead co a D-fcovery, flwll receive from tfee above nam«d Samaei Warati a Re ward of. FIVE Gallons of Spirit!. i)dr.«v, July 27, 1804. FOR SALE, at the House of J. SIMPSON, No. 25, Pitt's Row, a Iarge Quanity of good   MAIZe, at the reduced Rate of 3s. 64. per Bushel, and which will be retailed in the smallest Proportions.[?]    

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, JULY 24.   Henry Miles came before the Bench, charged with violently assaulting and in- humanlv beating James Burgess. The mat- ter of complaint originated in a suspicion that had been formed by the complainant, who had been robbed of his whole bedding and wearing apparel, wherein the prisoner was inculpated ; and being indirectly ac- cused, kicked and beat the other so severely as upon the opinion of a gentleman of the family, to endanger his life. In aggrava- tion of the offence, the complainant was in- capable of resistance, being a cripple, and the assailant very powerful, which consi- deration operated strongly against him : - he was accordingly sentenced to receive 100 lashes, and the gaol-gang for twelve   months. Without any allusion to the causes   that had induced to the original accusation, the Judge Advocate, reminded the pri- soner that no complaint of whatsoever na- ture...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY         For the ensuing Week. Monday..40 m past 1 morn, 5 past 2 forenoon Tuesday- 30 m past 2 morn. 55 m past 2 aftern   Wednes....20 m past 3 morn. 45 m past 2 aftern     Thursda- 10 m past 4 foren. 35 m past 4 aftern       Friday...5 in the morning, 25 m past 5 evening     Saturday--55 m past 5 morn, 2o m past 6 even     Sunday- - 40m past 6 morn, 7 in the evening.   High Water at Parramatta 1h. 15 m. aft Sydney PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE.      

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

General Orders. ALL Prisoners whatever, either Male or     Female, having the Governor's per-     mission to be off the Stores, and holding       Tickets of Leave, are to appear at the re- spective Settlements near where they are     situated and employed, on Thursday next       the 2d of August, at 8 o'clock in the morn-     ing, carrying their old Certificates with     them, which will be replaced by new ones   to those who have the Governor's per-   mission to continue off the Stores :- Those at and about Sydney at the Secreta- tary's Office, Those about Parramatta, as far as Castle Hill, Seven Hills and George's River,   at the Court House, Parramatta ;   Those about the Hawkesbury, Branches, and Nepean, at the Green Hills ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

SYDNEY. His Excellency set out from Parramat- ta on Tuesday morning, and in the afternoon arrived at Hawkesbury ; where a Muster was taken of Settlers, and Persons holding Grounds by Grant, Lease, or Rental, which commenced on Wednesday morning, and   occupied the whole of that and the following   day. Yesterday his Excellency was ex-         pected to dine at Paramatta, and may pro-   bably return to town this evening.     Last Wednesday a private belonging to the New South Wales Corps bruised one of his thumbs so shockingly by an accidental stroke with an axe, that immediate amputa- tion was found necessary. The storm that furiously raged during the whole night of yesterday se'nnight was pro- ductive of the usual distressing consequences to the cottage inhabitants in and about Syd- ney. During its continuance many pannels were either blown in or washed down, and fam...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 July 1804

      A D V E R T I S E M E N T To be Sold by Public Auction, on the Pre- mises of the late VERINCOURT DE- CLAMBE, Esq. at Castle Hill, on Friday the 3d of August next, at Twelve o'Clock precisely. (By Order of the Administrator),   SEVERAL Head of Horn Cattle, a capital Mare, 69 Sheep, two female Goats, and   fifty-nine Pigs : with   A Quantity of WHEAT, MAIZE, and POTA- TOES, Farming Utensils, Household Furniture, &c. &c. And to be Let at the same time, for the space of two Years, That excellent FARM, known by the name of the HERMITAGE; containing One Hundred and Fourteen Acres, of which about Fifty are   cleared, Eleven and a half under Wheat, and Three laid out in a Garden well stocked with Fruit-trees and Vegetables.     On the Premises there is a small DWELLING           HOUSE, BARN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 August 1804

JOHN HILLAS, Sign of the Stanhope Arms, Hawkesbury Road, BEGS Leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public in general, that he has laid in a Quantity of Salt Butter, Cheese, and   PICKLED HERRINGS ; ALSO SPIRlTS, POR- TER, ALE, &c. for the accommodation of Tra-   vellers who may please to call at his House.   And farther to accommodate the Public, as Copper Coin might be found burthersome, they may be provided, with Checks upon him to any amount at Mr. S. Lord's, and Mr. E Wills's at Sydney ; Mr. J, Larra's Parramatta ; and Mr. A. Thompson's and. T. Abbott's, Hawkesbury :   He flatters himself that he will give every satis- faction to those who may be pleased to call for     Refreshment at his House, and he will render   every service to the Traveller in case of acci   dents on the Road. The greatest care will be taken of Animals,   of all descriptions that ma...

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STATE of the BAROMETER & THERMOMETER for the Fortnight commencing Snndy July 22, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, with the prvailing VVinds and VVcather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 August 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER & THERMOMETER for the Fortnight commencing Sunday July 22,       taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, with the prevailing Winds and Weather. BAROMETER   v ~ or j 2 u. 4. a t 8 «*iß.\ m, pif m. P1 in. pis .ri, pu> 29 71 29 76 29 73 29 8S 30 1 1 30 M 30 16. 30 25 '3o 31 jo 29 30 25 39 25 3° *9 3r-> 29 30 25 30 25 30 25 30 2C 30 20 30 20 30 19 30 9 3* 1 30 1 29 83 z9 7.5 29 70 29 74 29 83 29 *7 29 *7 29 &7 29 9«. 29 *7 29 îu 29 Si 29 >4 29 87 ZQ 87 29 93 3'J 5 3«> 9 Se 9 30 9 3° »3 ?,° 11 30 11 30 7 ;o 1 29 94 29 92 29 92 ¿9 ^ 29 /S1 29 74 29*00 r H & R iVi U M ]¿ 1 EH. i 2 WIND W U'lHFR 49 44 i-hf 43 45 43 44 59 55 48 S3 50 4* 4* 55 S3 S* 56 59 60 69 65 64 6* 64 ói 64 6; S7 55 60 61 61 65 67 66 64 65 04 66 7*. 5° 5° 5* 50 51 52 6l 60 50 54 56 64 S w s w w w s w ^ \\ w N W w w s w w IN Vi Raia Cloudy Fair hir fair fair fair toir fair fair fair fair f.ir cioü¿yraia f...

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