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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, " Mr. Publísher,   " You will certainly be surprised at the receipt of an article in a feminine hand ; and I beg leave to assure you, that I had so many   difficult scruples to surmount before I could determine on submitting myself to the capri- cious tribunol of public opinion, that I have scarcely time to hope your gallantry will not regard my first favour with indifference and neglect. "My motive for continuing Incognita,   the topic I have made choice of will perhaps explain ; as were I to declare myself I must     undergo in propria persona those rigours, which, by a masterly seint, I would now transfer to a corner of your miscellany. " Among the ranks of female mediocrity, delicacy will not permit my descending low- er, an accepted phrase describes the Tongue as   Woman's only weapon, and some of us assert   its unbridled freedom with a confidence that almost app...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804

General Orders. A Blue and white Flag, hoisted on the South Head of the Coal Harbour, is the Signal for the Flood Tide being made in the Harbour. The Private Signals to Vessels   arriving there will be shewn as usual from the Flag-staff at King's Town. Mr. Nathaniel Lucas, late Master Car-   penter at Norfolk Island, is appointed a         Superintendant on this Establishment — to superintend the Carpenters' Departments in   these Settlements.       Mr. Isaac Knight is appointed a Superin- tendant on this Establishment from the date   of Mr. James Bloodworth's Demise. By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney.   Sept. 7, 1804.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~     SEAMEN. WANTED, two or three Seaman to en-   gage for the Marcia.   For Particulars apply to Mr Lord. N. B. They must be void of încumbrances, ard good character.   SAWYERS     Wanted, two Pair of Sawyers to engage     for constant work in Sydney.     For further particulars apply to Mr. Lord. To be Let for a Twelve montb certain from the Time of Possession, THAT truly eligible and substantial STONE DWELLING HOUSEand PRE-     MfS¿5, C^mprifiog all neoeflliry Outhouf.s, O'ncs, and t-verv convrniancv complete 5 fitu Ä-the N. E. Comer cf Put's R**f S^dne*. r~w pearly fi-iiïhjd, «fid m^v be occupied i« ïhj courf' of One Month from the d up or thi AcV-rnfi-ra-rr, the Property of CAPTAIN A'tv Gcn-hman wiikinj t"> bec">trr * TÍ¡|ií'rr w'il ii id every ascoimsoUti'jn f ¡r a r ^U'1 F milv...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

NOTICE.             WILLIAM BAKER, Settler at Hawkes-   bury, gives this Public Notice, that       he has lodged his Appeal to His Majesty in     Council, in the Cause depending between him and George Crossley, and he hereby forbids the     said George Crossley or any others, Claiming   by him or under him, to attempt taking pos-   session by force or otherwise, of the disputed   Lands known by the narne of Fulham Park, or any other part ot the said Wm Baker's Estate,   otherwise he or they willl be prosecuted before a Criminal Court. And all those who purchased Land from the said William Baker, are required to make their       Payments good in 14 days from the date hereof,     &nb...

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Patriotic Effusions, copied from the British Papers. Britannia's Call to her gallant Tars. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

Patriotic Effusions, copied from the British Papers. Britannia's Call to her gallant Tars. (BY MR. COURTENAY, M. P.) Ye guardians of Britain, ye Sons of the waves, Who've conquer'd the French o'er and o'er ; You've heard, my brave boys, how these inso- lent slaves Now threaten to land on our shore. Chorus.—Then let the Ocean be their grave, And sink the plund'ring band;     Their bodies wasted by each wave, May this way reach the land. How oft has our fleet spread with terror their coast, And this nation of boaters dismay'd;   While our soldiers victorious have routed her host, And the standard of England display'd!   Chorus -Then let, &c. Britannia now calls on her true hearts of oak, Who danger and death still disdain;   And dare vanquish'd Frenchmen her vengeance provoke,   And skulk in their boats o'er the main.   Chorus.—Then let, &c.   The genius of Britain, ...

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Equivocation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

Equivocation. Dick Quibble assur'd an Acquaintance he'd   found A pippin that weigh'd something more than a Pound;         Which stagger'd so strangely the other's belief,   That of Fibbers he hail'd his friend Quibble the   Chief. ' My point, for one GUINEA, quoth dick, I'll maintain, ' With Truth's female aid 'gainst your sophical train :   ' Then a GUINEA's the bet --- pop IT into the scale, ' And tell me I've lost if IT'S weight shall pre- vail.    

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

GENERAL ORDERS. ----------------------- IN consequence of the General Order of the 10th of last August, respecting the   Lease of the Building to be granted to the Settlers on and about the Rivers Hawkes- bury and; Nepean, for a Public School and a Place for the Celebration of Divine Wor- ship, the Settlers holding 100 Acres by Grant in the above Quarter, and who have, or may become Subscribers before the 25th Instant, for the maintenance of proper     Persons to perform the Duties of that In- stitution, are required to name Six Persons   from among the Subscribers holding 100 Acres of Land by Grants, for the purpose of the Lease of the said Buildings being made in their Names, in Trust for the rest conjointly, with the Rev. Mr. Marsden and Thomas Arndell, Esq. The Settlers in the Districts of Nelson, Richmond Hill, Phillip, Prospect Hill, Baulkham Hills, and Northern Boundaries and the Field of Mars and Eastern Farms, as described...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.       Yesterday Thomas Shrimpton, late over- seer to a Gentleman during his absence from the Colony, was brought, forward at the instance or his master upon a charge of having, appropriated to his own purposes prodigious quantities of the stock intrusted to his charge as well as of the grain pro- duced by the crops. In stating the com- plaint the Gentleman humanely observed,   that should any ircumstances favourable to       the prisoner appear upon the investigation,       it was his earnest desire they should be con-     sidered in their full extent, and operate with the Court in mitigation of its sentence, should guilt ultimately attach.     Michael Dowdal, a labouring servant on   the farm was then called upon, and deposed, that at vari...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTNANT GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. A charge of defamation was set up by a young woman lately arrived, against David   Batty ; and she being a prisoner, had sub- mitted her complaint by Memorial to HIS   EXCELLENCY, who requested the cogni-   zance of a Bench of Magistrates of the me- rits or the case. It was one of the most fla-   gitious calumnies that could possibly have been uttered, and every attention was paid by the Bench to the object of tracing it to its source. —After a very minute in-   vestigation the libel appeared to have been   propagated by the person above accused, but was in part indebted for its existence to the inventive powers of Mary Razely and Mary Morgan, who were her fellow prisoners on the passage, and upon whom Batty endeavoured industriously to affix the censure likely to be incurred. The whole of the evidence being heard, the Court cl...

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EVIL HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

          EVIL HABITS. Resumed.—As it would be very ridicu- lous, however, in a person labouring under a bodily deformity to undertake tuition in the art of dancing, to which external grace is essential, so would it be highly absurd in one that labours under a natural defect in delivery, to assume the task of tuition in the     art of Reading; ; and where a choice is ad- mîtted, few parents would be inclined to       favor such a one with a preference. Perspicuity in pronouncing each syllable as it should be sounded, without regard to the precise mode in which it is spelt, should be, but seldom is attended to : hence in the termination ing the g is frequently omitted ; and by permitting the injudicious use of an- other particle the words princi-pal and prin- ci-ple are in many instances indiscriminately   substituted for each other--ARE is al...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

SYDNEY.           His Excellency and Family returned to Town on Monday evening. A select partie made an excursion on Sa- turday morning last to Jerusalem, which lies about six or seven miles from Parra- matta, towards the Northern Rocks. Se- veral hours were occupied in contemplat- ing the natural beauties of the variegated scene, surrounded by the stately forest which protects it from the scorching summer sun. In the centre of its valley, encompassed by stupendous rocks, "a murmuring stream''     delectable to the taste meanders to the un- taught notes of nature's feather'd care, that   charm the ear with wild irregularity. Here     caverns open to the uncloath'd tribe, whose far recess forbids the approach of rude and chilling winds. The warretaw there lifts   its crimson head to decorate the bough, and   to enrich the romantic...

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PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

PORT NEWS.         Yesterday arrived the Scorpion whaler, in   ten days from King's Island, with upwards of 90 tons of oil, The Governor King had not arrived when   the above vessel left the Island, for which   the latter sailed ten weeks ago : The owners   are of opinion, that being unable to make it direct, owing to contrary winds, Mr. Moody, the master, had thought it adviseable       to shape his course from Kent's Bay, where she was last heard of, for Western Port, to another gang in the same employ.                       Yesterday sailed the Endeavor, Messrs.       Kable and Underwood, for King's lsland.

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To be Let for a Twelvemonth certain from the Time of Possession, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 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 conveniency complete; situ-     ate the N. E. corner of Pitt's Row, Sydney,    now nearly finished, and may be occupied in       the course of One Month from the date of this     Advertisement, the property of CAPTAIN         BUNKER.   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. &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 September 1804

ADVERTISEMENT. CAPTAIN WITHERS, of the   Experiment, informs Persons   of every description in the Colony   of New South Wales, that a Let-   ter Box remains open at Mr. SIM. LORD'S,   for the express purpose of their accom- modation; and that Letters put into the said   Box for every part of the United Kingdoms   will be dispatched by Post immediately on the Vessel's Arrival in either in England or Ireland. The above Pacquet will remain open until Sunday 23rd instant, when the Experiment   will positively sail.     Persons having any claims on the Com-   mander of the Experiment are desired to send them in during the ensuing Week.     DESERTED,               From the Ship Ocean, Michael Mansfield, Seaman; aged   about 25 years, dark comple...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804

SYDNEY. At eight o'clock on Thursday morning HIS EXCELLENCY set out on a visit to Parramatta, and returned to town the same evening. A new petty forgery upon a respectable trader has very recently made its appearance, and had unfortunately passed through several hands before the fraud was discovered or   suspected. As nothing can be more palpably injurious to trade than doubt and uncertainty as to the validity of issued notes, every per- son in the habit of receiving such would find security and advantage from the adoption of regularity both in the receipt and payment, that is, by keeping an exact ledger, noting the precise amount, from whom received, and to whom re-issued. By such mode would the offender be deterred, from a conviction that a fraudulent instrument must, when detected, be re-traced. The necessity of specifying the amount of the note when received in payment would eventually appear in the prevention of any alteration in that particular, without at least a...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804

FATAL ACCIDENT.   On Monday last an infant of Sarah Pearce, in the Brickfield's experienced a fate the most distressing that can possibly be imagined. The mother on returning home with the little creature in her arms, placed it on the bed, in order that she might her- self go in search of two other children, but unhappily after which she closed the door, and secured a young pig also within the house. After a short interval she returned and supposing the child to be asleep, paid no immediate attention to it. Some moments after, to her utter astonishment and horror, she accidentally approached the bed, and there witnessed a spectacle, the horrors of which are not to be conceived. The pig had by some means mounted the bed, and was then in the very act of devouring the child. The mother's shrieks brought the neighbours to bear witness of the calamity, but alas ! too late to render assistance to the babe ; whose face was torn to pieces and devoured ; the hands of the ill-fat...

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The Native Mourner. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804

The Native Mourner. Ye ebon Nymphs, ye warlike Youth   In pity list' to my complaint ;         If Constancy be thine, and Truth,   My Grief partake without Constraint : For poor LAMHUICA's Sighs and Tears           In vain are spent upon the Share :   Herself consign'd to Wants and Fears,     Since generous EBROE is no more !       The waning Moon portentous shone,   Yet half-concea'd behind a Cloud ; Each silver Horn projecting down,     Seem'd as my warlike EBROE's Shroud,   Ah ! where shall I then find repose ? -- The Spear empurple with his gore   Shall terminate a Mourner's woes,   Since warlike EBROE is no more. Tho' vengeance sure it might provoke To slay a youth endear'd to all, Ye...

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PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804

PORT   NEWS. On Tuesday arrived the sloop Hawkes- bury, from Newcastle, freighted in Coals. A heavy gale, had set in at the River the Tuesday before, which came on from the southward, and lasted the whole of the fol-   lowing day. Her boat was upset with a   grapnel on board, which was lost, but two men that were in the boat saved. The boat drifted out to the mouth of the River, and was supposed to be lost, but was next day found to have been thrown high and dry by the tremendous surf. The vessel   dragged both her anchors, but sustained   no danger. The Resource shared the dan- gers of the storm, but also without injury. The prisoner stated a fortnight ago to have absconded from the Settlement, has been   apprehended. On Monday came in the Raven from Newcastle, with three ton of coals and 3000 feet of rich and beautiful cedar plank. On Wednesday sailed the Adonis whaler,   Captain Turnbull, f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804

Secretary's Office. Sept. 22. All those having any Claim, or Demand on the following Persons are directed       to bring them to this Office immediately. Henry Ford Richard White John Coutes         Benj. Oliver Dan McGee James Bailey   Richard Broomfield Henry Evans.   D.D. MANN, Clerk.       COMMISSARY's OFFICE,     Sept. 8, 1804. ALL PUBLIC CLAIMS are to be made to me at the Expiration of the present     Quarter, ending the 30th of September in-     stant, in order to their being adjusted and discharged, as after that date no Public De-   mand will be attended to that has a     Reference to any Public Expence incurred prior       to the 30th of September aforesaid. And it is hereby strictly required, that all   &nbsp...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804

General Orders. The General Order of the 7th Instant   appointing Nathaniel Lucas of Nor-       folk Island a Superintendant of Carpenters     on this Establsihment is annulled.   By Command of His Excellency,     G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec.   Government House, Sydney.       Sept. 17, 1804.     -----oooOOOooo------- NOTHWITHSTANDING former Orders, for-                       bidding every Person whatever from   inveigling or harbouring Deserters or Ap-     prentices from Merchant Ships, Yet that practice still continues, to the evident disad-   vantage of the Merchant : It is hereby di- rected, that any ...

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