May 5th, 1804.
WHEREAS the following Persons only ap-
pear to have paid the QUIT-RENTS due to the CROWN up to September, 1802, for the respective Grants and Leases they are possessed of, and some of them for the last Year ; it is expected that those Persons whose Names are not in the following List do im-
mediately come forward and settle the same, or I must proceed as the Law directs for the recovery thereof, to exonerate myself to the
Committee of the Institution those Sums are appropriated to :---
Lt Colonel Paterson | Serjt. Whittel John Palmer, Esq. | James Wood Rich. Atkins, Esq. | Mary Bray
Major Johnstone | Rich. Hawkes
Thomas Rowley, Esq. | William Floyd Mr. Laycock | James Hortel
M. Minchin | Michael Dunn Mr. Moore | James Larra Mr. Williamson | J. Hubert
Mr. Cox | Jane Codd Samuel Barnes | E. Bennett Serjt. Cox | I. Ramsey
Capt. Abbott | Sarah Nelson
Mr. Bloodworth | Thomas Storer
Mr. Grimes | S. Burr
Serjt. Major Fleming | I. Anson
Mr. Campbell | Mr. D. Bevan Mr. S. Lord | W. Sherwin
Matthew Kearns | I. Morley.
And should any hold Receipts whose names do not appear as above, I request they will apply to me at the Secretary's Office, in or- der that such mistakes may be rectified, and their own name be inserted instead of that of the original Grantee.
D. D. MANN, Collector.
May 4th, 1804.
ANY person knowing whether JOHN BUR- DETT, who came out to this Colony in the Britannia in 1791, is dead or has left the
Colony; and JOHN DAVIS, tried at Wick- low in 1798, and came in the Minerva, is
required to give Information thereof to me at this Office.
D. D. MANN, Clerk
NOTICE. ALL Persons having Claims or De-
mands on the late NATHANIEL FRANCKLIN (who was Steward to Gover- nor Hunter at the time of his Death) are required to render an Account of the same specifying the Securities they hold, and the particulars of their Claims, to Mr Simeon
Lord, within one Month from the date here- of, in order that a Dividend may be distri- buted of such of the said Nathaniel Franklin's Effects as are in the Hands of the Admini- strator. Sydney, May 4, 1804.
WHEREAS Public Notice has heretofore been duly given, CAUTIONING Per-
sons generally against committing Acts of Trespass upon the Farms known by the names of Watson's, Aicken's, Ikin's and Warner's
Farms, lying and situate near to and about
Lane Cove, now the property of
MR JAMES WILSHIRE ;
Notwithstanding which, a number of very
fine she oak and other trees have been lately felled and removed by persons unauthorised and by whom no previous application for per-
mission had been made without any regard to the remonstrances of the Overseer in charge of the Grounds and Premises.
Notice therefore is hereby given, that should any individual whatever be at any time hereafter detected in the commission of such or any other act of outrage or encroach- ment upon the above-named Farms, no labour or expence will be spared in putting the Law in force against him, unless authorised by the Proprietor's permission in writing to be pro- duced to the Overseer (such timber alone
except as shall be selected and marked out for the use of Government. Sydney, May 4
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