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Lines suggested by the grotesque appearance of a fine RING upon a coarse FINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 August 1804

  Lines suggested by the grotesque appearance   of a fine RING upon a coarse FINGER. Dorcas, of uncomely nature Pick'd a crow with partial Nature, And with petulancy warm'd her,     'Cause the gypsey had deform'd her.   Thus, being much to choler given, She, with the lady to be even, Plac'd on a joint, almost inverted, A polish'd ring, with gems inserted— Conscious that whoso' beheld her   Wou'd NATURE chide---as ART excell'd her.

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 — 19 August 1804

General Orders. THE New South Wales Corps, under   Arms, to attend the Execution of the   Criminal now under Sentence of Death, on Monday next, the 20th Instant, at Ten   o'Clock in the Forenoon,   By Command of His Excellency,     G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec.. Government House, Sydney     August 18th, 1804.     NOTICE. MR. Crook has resumed the charge of the Public School kept in Parramatta   Church; and wishing to have a few Young     Gentlemen to Board and Lodge with him, he has     taken a House where he can accommodate them.     The Branches of Instruction will be adapted to       the situation for which the Pupil may be designed, who will be taught to read, speak, and write the   English Tongue with accuracy and ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 August 1804

SYDNEY. On Wednesday last two seamen that be- longed to an American vessel in this Port appeared before the Bench of Magistrates, to claim the privilege of entering into the service of His Britannick Majesty, they being his liege and lawful subjects, born   within the Kingdom of Great Britain.— The American Captain appeared to claim them as deserters; stating their entry on board his said vessel as natural born subjects of the United States of America, yet ad- mitting that they had never to his knowledge sworn themselves to be so; but that if they   actually were subjects of His Britannick Majefty, he could have no objection to their surrender. To one of the applicants the oath was administered, and he was accepted by Lieutenant Houstoun, to serve as a seaman on board His Majesty's ship Investi- gator :—The other was given up to his captain, having so prevaricated as to the real place of his nativity as to render the admini- stration of the necessary oath i...

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CRIMINAL COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 August 1804

CRIMINAL COURT.   TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. At half past ten the Court assembled, and Robert Matthews, James Steel, and Thomas Evans, put to the bar and arraigned;—the   first of whom upon a charge of having, on the 3d of the present instant, feloniously bro- ken and entered an apartment in His Majes- ty's ship Investigator, by drawing the nails which secured the door, and stealing there- from certain articles of slop cloathing the property of His Majesty; and the others for having, against the form of the Statute made and provided on that behalf, severally received certain articles that were a part of the said property, knowing the same to have been stolen.     Robert Matthews being the first called up- on to plead to the indictment, declared him- self guilty upon the charge therein contained;   but afterwards thought proper to reverse the plea, whereupon evidence was produced in support of the prosecution. The testimony of...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 August 1804

SHIP NEWS.   The Albion, Captain Buncker, is expected positively to sail to-morrow; to touch at Norfolk Island, and after a short cruise on the fishery, to proceed to Europe. The American ship Union, Captain Pendleton,   and the Independence schooner still   remain. On Tuesday the Nancy, Mr. A. Thomson owner, came in from Bass's Straits with   oil; and is expected to return thither in a few   days.     The Hawkesbury boat Little William came in yesterday afternoon with maize:—   she was overtaken by a heavy squall on Thursday night between the Heads, which had nearly proved fatal; the persons on   board, fearful of hazarding a possibility of running out again, dropped the anchor in as favourable a situation as circumstances would permit; but the hawser snapped almost in-   stantaneously, and left no alternative but to endeavour to work out; in this effort...

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OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 August 1804

OFFENCES.               About two in the morning of yesterday se'nnight a couple of villains broke in at the back of a sheep shed on a farm near town,   belonging to Mr. Mann, with an intent, as it is imagined, of carrying off some of the sheep ; but were overheard by the overseeer,       who fired upon them, and supposes the shot to have told, but too small to prevent their   escape, which they dexterously effected by crossing the farm :—One of the ruffians, who   was noticed particularly, was without shoes, wore blue pantaloons, and a great coat.   On Thursday evening last Caroline Lay- lock was apprehended on suspicion of having received property some months since stolen out of the dwelling house of M. Gotheaume, at the upper end of Pitt's Row; and infor- mation, being given whereby John Clarke &a...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 August 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. Monday---45 m past 6 morn, 10 past 7 evening   Tuesday--35 m past 7 morn. 55 m past 7 eveng   Wednes.---20 m past 8 morn 40 m past 8 at night Thursda---5 m past 9 morn, 30 m past 9 at night   Friday-----55 m past 9 morn 20 m past 10 night         Saturday--45 m past 10 foren 10 m past 11 night Sunday----35 m past 11 10 in the forenoon.

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High Water at Parramatta---1 hour 15 minu[?]s af[?]er S[?]dney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

High Water at Parramatta---1 hour 15 minutes   after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ens[?]ing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. Monday--- 12 in the morn, 30 past 12 noon Tuesday-- 55 m past 12 morn. 1 at noon.   Wednes.-- 25 m past 1 morn. 50 m past 1 at noon.     Thursda -- 15 m past 2 morn. 40 m past 2 aftern. Friday----5 m past 3 morn 30 m past 3 aftern.     Saturday-- 55 m past 3 morn. 20 m past 4 aftern.     Sunday----45 m past 4 morn 10 m past 5 evening  

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The Take-In—A Pun. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

The Take-In—A Pun. Says Harry to Will "Here's the OCEAN in   view;   * Away to South Head, - and you'll find my words true;"   * You're one for a bottle; I doubt she's too small     * As here I discern not a vessel at all.' Done and Done was repeated; away Willy flies;   Pois'd well his refractor, but vainly espies:     * Not a cock boat, says he's within leagues of the   Coast:   All's Ocean---Ha! OCEAN? deuce take it,       I've lost!'  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

General Orders. THERE being a necessity for reserving the remains of the Flour for the intended Settlement at Port Dalrymple, the Commis- sary is directed to issue Ten Pounds and a half           of Meal to the Non-Commissioned Officers   and Privates, and to issue Two Pounds of   Wheat to those at Treasury Ration, instead   of Three Pounds of Maize or Six Ounces of Sugar. The Military at Parramatta to   be served Twelve Pounds and a half of   Wheat in lieu of Ten Pounds and a half of Flour. By Command of His Excellency,   G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House Sydney, August 24th, 1804. NOTICE. THE CIVIL COURT will meet on Monday, the 3d Day of September, 1804, to hear and determine all Processes at issue; when in case of non appearance the     Plaintiffs will be nonsuited, and against the Defendants Judgment go ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

SYDNEY.         On Monday morning the New South Wales Corps were under arms to attend the Execution of the Criminal condemned on Tuesday before: He had solicited and ob-   tained thro' the medium of the Rev. Mr. Marsden, who had almost constantly at-     tended him, the indulgence of a friend to accompany him during the whole of Sun- day night; which he passed in a manner   highly becoming the awfulness of his situ-   ation: In the morning the Sacrament was   administered to him, and at the appointed         hour he was taken out, and walked to the place of execution, followed by a number of persons of both sexes. Here he devoutly   joined in prayer with the Minister; and after being delivered over to the Execu- tioner, His Excellency's Order was re- ceived by the Provost Marshal to delay th...

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METHOD Of Clearing Land and Planting Cotton in the BAHAMA ISLANDS; Which are [?]ate between the Latitud[?]s of 21° and 25° N. and Long. 70° to 77° W. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

METHOD Of Clearing Land and Planting Cotton in the BAHAMA ISLANDS;               Which are situate between the Latitudes of 21°         and 25° N. and Long. 70° to 77° W.     "Cut-down the underbrush, and spread it   as equally as possible on the land; then fall   the large timber, and lop off the branches:   when sufficiently dry, let the fire run thro' it; after which heap up what remains, and   burn off a second time. When the land is sufficiently cool and moist, dig holes about 3 inches deep, in rows two feet a-part, by four feet wide, in which drop 5 or 6 seeds: when     all are up, and about 6 inches high, thin them, leaving only 3 or 4 of the strongest   and healthiest plants in a hole: when a foot   high, t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

NOTICE.       ANY Person willing to supply His Majes- ty's Ship Buffalo with Fresh Pork on Sundays or Thursdays, and Soft Bread daily, are to attend personally with their Proposals on Tuesday next the 28th instant at twelve o'clock, at Government House. J. SHEREARD, Purser, Buffalo. A Sample of the Bread will be required. NOTICE.           THE Trustees appointed for the Manage- ment of Mr. WILLIAM COX'S Affairs     request a General Meeting of his Creditors at the House of Mr. Simeon Lord, on Thursday the 19th of September next, at one o'clock, as the present Trust Deed in their favour will then terminate; and as an exact   State of his Concerns will be submitted to the consideration of the Meeting, the Trustees earnestly request that every person interested   may attend accordingly. By Order of the Trustees, ROB. CAMPBELL, TREAS...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

General Orders.         As a General Serving of Slops will be made next Week, the Overseers are to attend with their respective Gangs from three o'clock until five each day.-The Gangs and       their Slops are to be mustered every Sunday before Divine Service ; and if any deficient   slops are not satisfactorily accounted for, the   person who has lost or made away with them will be severely punished.- Every former Order respecting the Purchase of Slop Cloa- thing remains in force. By Command of His Excellency,     G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney.   August 25, 1804.          

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CIVIL COURT INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

CIVIL COURT INTELLIGENCE. During the late sittings of the Civil Court a Cause appeared, which, as it en- gaged the most serious attention of a crowd- ed auditory, we shall here give a concise statement of.         This was an action of Trespass and Eject- ment brought by Mr. George Crossley, to dispossess the present occupiers of 100 acres of land in the District of Hawkesbury, known by the name of Gypsies Retreat, and   of 25 acres commonly called Endeavour Farm. The defendants were Messrs. Ed- wards, Faithful, James Baker, and Wil- liam Baker ; the latter of whom prayed the Court for permission to defend alone, as the other defendants held their portions of the grounds under him respectively ; with which the Court thought proper to comply. The plaintiff then proceeded to state his case, and grounded his claim upon a lease granted to him by the attorney of Mr.   Wm. Wright Bampton, formerly of this Colony...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 August 1804

    SHIP NEWS. On Friday arrived the Ocean transport, Captain Mertho, from the River Derwent, with Lieutenant Bowen, Late Commandant of the Settlement at Risdon Cove, which has become a part of Lieutenant Governor   Collins's Government, being only six miles from Sullivan Cove. In the same ship Lieut.     Moore, with the detachment from the New South Wales Corps on duty at Risdon Cove, with Mr. Jacob Mountgarrett, Surgeon.   Mr. Brown, Naturalist, and several other persons who composed that Settlement. Eighteen acres of wheat were left in the ground and had a very promising appearance, at Risdon Cove; at Sullivan Cove there   were 19 acres and a half in wheat, and four acres in other grain, which would have been doubled if circumstances had allowed of the   whole of Lieutenant Governor Collins's   Establishment being landed at the Derwent in one voyage from Port Phill...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804

To be Let for a Twelvemonth certain from the Time of Possession, THAT truly eligible and substantial STONE DWELLING HOUSE and PRE-         MISES, Comprising all necessary Outhouses,     Offices, and every convenience employed sit-     uate the N.E. Corner of Pitt's Row, Sydney,   new nearly finished, and may be occupied in       the course of One Month from the date of this     Advertisement, the Property of CAPTAIN     BUNCKER.   Any Gentleman wishing to become a Tenant will find every accommodation for a genteel   family, upon the most liberal terms of Agree- ment. To be viewed upon application to Mr.   THOMAS MOORE, of whom all Particulars may     be had.

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Love and Friendship—A short Dialogue. Ann[?]e. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804

Love and Friendship - A Short Dialogue Annette They tell me, LUBIN, true Love's always blind;   To little Faults - unapt to be unkind; Then pray thee why 'twixt us the sad reverse;     And why my faults unkindly thus rehearse ? Lubin.   Price this, Annette, when join'd to í£¿ULf3   Love, The flame refines, by judges and re. ir-o*. ¿^.--i* In vulgar minds the passions seldom blend;           But Lubin's both the Lover and the friend.

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High Water at Parramatta--1 hour 15 minute[?] after Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804

  High Water at Parramatta -- 1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney.                                   PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE-                       MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.                                

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