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GENERAL POST OFFICE. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 29 December 1810 page Article 2014-09-17 08:24 I. Nichols, Post- Master.
I. NICHOLS, Post-Master.
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 19 October 1811 page Advertising 2014-09-17 08:18 By Command of His Excellency'the Governor.
them well.-Thoses who obtained Servants at Syd  
ney are to pass their Securities at the .Secretary's
Office . and those who obtained Servants at Par
ramatta are to pass,their Securitieswith the Com
mandant at that Station, Lieutenant Duris.  
By Command of His Excellency ,the Governor,  
By Command of His Excellency the Governor.
them well. - Those who obtained Servants at Syd- 
ney are to pass their Securities at the Secretary's
Office; and those who obtained Servants at Par-
ramatta are to pass their Securities with the Com-
mandant at that Station, Lieutenant DURIE.  
By Command of His Excellency the Governor,  
SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing week—W. BROUGHTON, Esq. SHIP NEWS. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 30 November 1811 page Article 2014-09-17 08:14 Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week-W.
voyage the 12th of April ; put into the River Der-
she landed an oiling party ; and afterwards made
went.—Passenger, J. Townson, Esq.
in about 10 days ; from whence she proceeds on
tence.—The appearance of the culprit excited in
continued many minutes ; yet was eventually res-
mediately mortal.—The unfortunate man lies how-
following, " To enumerate the acts of heroism in
ducted himself like a hero, would be endless ; but
field ; but instead of allowing himself to be re-
continued to give his orders.—Such men may be
killed—conquered they never can be !"
cle, dated " Hansi, Mareh 8 :"
Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week - W.
voyage the 12th of April; put into the River Der-
she landed an oiling party; and afterwards made
went. - Passenger, J. Townson, Esq.
in about 10 days; from whence she proceeds on
tence. - The appearance of the culprit excited in
continued many minutes; yet was eventually res-
mediately mortal. - The unfortunate man lies how-
following, "To enumerate the acts of heroism in
ducted himself like a hero, would be endless; but
field; but instead of allowing himself to be re-
continued to give his orders. - Such men may be
killed - conquered they never can be !"
cle, dated " Hansi, Mareh 8:"
SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week,-S. LORD, Esq. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 8 June 1811 page Article 2014-09-17 08:09 was no the case, however, but Captain Swain
was not the case, however, but Captain Swain
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 22 February 1812 page Advertising 2014-09-17 08:01 on Saturday, the 7th of March next ;- viz.
Winter's Issue.- One serge jacket, one ditto petti-
TO EACH MAN ;
TO EACH WOMAN ;  
on Saturday, the 7th of March next;- viz.
Winter's Issue. - One serge jacket, one ditto petti-
TO EACH MAN;
TO EACH WOMAN;  
To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 28 March 1818 page Article 2014-09-17 07:57 M. Brown, G. Young, J. Richards, W.Greenwood]
horn, E. Migniotte.-Also, Jane Gregory and Eliza-  
beth Walsh. j
M. Brown, G. Young, J. Richards, W.Greenwood
horn, E. Migniotte. - Also, Jane Gregory and Eliza-  
beth Walsh.
FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. Hobart Town, 3rd January, 18. (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Saturday 25 January 1840 page Article 2014-09-16 13:02 i'. Longey, on the north-east by 7+0 links
1 along un allotment granted to John Robinson,
F. Longey, on the north-east by 7+0 links
along an allotment granted to John Robinson,
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE 22nd September 1840 (Article), The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), Saturday 3 October 1840 page Article 2014-09-16 13:01 Frederick Longey, BeachTavern, Brown's River.
Frederick Longey, Beach Tavern, Brown's River.
Hobart Town; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1816. Sitting Magistrate.—A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Esq. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week: Wheaten Bread, 10d per Loaf, or 4lbs. of Wheat. (Article), The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter (Tas. : 1816 - 1821), Saturday 28 December 1816 page Article 2014-09-14 15:08 Hobart Town ;    
months from Ireland, with 202 male prisoners on board, 6 lawyers,
Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's armed brig Kangaroo; the
ship Enterprize; and the brigs Jupiter and Sophia.
amved, nor yet ken by her on her passage hither.
* JS?^' Ka^aT f*i,cd íl,om Po" J^fon the Suriy had not
supposed to have been the brig Trial; and we should be harpy to
The brig Jupiter, Catain Fergussen,will sail for Sydney the first
frmcd hrig Kangaroo ; ihe
id htpkia*
Hobart Town;    
months from Ireland, with 200 male prisoners on board, 6 lawyers,


arrived, nor yet seen by her on her passage hither.
When the Kangaroo sailed from Port Jackson the Surry had not
supposed to have been the brig Trial; and we should be happy to
The brig Jupiter, Captain Fergusson, will sail for Sydney the first fair sprit of wind.
Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's armed brig Kangaroo; the
the ship Enterprize, and the brigs Jupiter and Sophia.
Hobart Town; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1816. Sitting Magistrate.—A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Esq. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week: Wheaten Bread, 10d per Loaf, or 4lbs. of Wheat. (Article), The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter (Tas. : 1816 - 1821), Saturday 28 December 1816 page Article 2014-09-14 15:01 board 30 male prisioners, in a healthy state. - Passengers, Mr. Tress,
Sitting Magistrate: -A. W. H. HUMPHREY, ESQ.
amved, nor yet ken by her on her pafi.gcl hi.her
;' .¡Wê-fotntidbea írVouT4*frtíHtU!e of a boat w»h two nwn ha*ín»>
gone along.fide the American thjp Èmerprize, laying in Adventist»
/;®aJV/fy^g *h*¿ they belonged tofthc biig Sophia : On p*tt*euíaf
enquiry we find *ihat no fuch men #eie attached to that vciTel jamt
from the dgfeription given of the vcííel fectn by the Entetprase, i, ii
fuppoíed torhave been the bng Trill ¿ and we fticuM be harpy io
h*ve ccîpoîumcaicd to the orner a,more fwourthie acceonu
at a court of criminal jurisdiction held on the 1st. ultimo, at
Th^JNIar^e? tranfport whicb^u^vrd at Fm );cMVr* in CÄifaet
Is lu having touched at ?he- Clare ^¿rg^she unp'catant inform*tt*tf% t f
: Hia.Miajf§jfsarmed brig Emu {V^\K\\ h*U¿ î*cm \h s Ven #o? Fn*
. glanage 15th of Açtii l?"ft)hjvn*g g^t on a *ock *t night i** >imo: s
! Bay, $0 milich fituaticn ihc i;cm?igcii till the moiMi g fo*h**'*$$.
when it was found neceffary to braye her d* wn i r tepaii*~*ïieh44t
P?evioùây encour»ie?ed one ot the moil dseadful hurricane ti ni jn*
bared for the taft 60 yeais» off Cape LoguUcs* in wh?ch íbe c^îjfedi
away a top n\sß»
sydney, colin hunter, michael ryan and thomas dooley were arraigned    
at the bar for the wilful murder of john miles, a poor        
our type, prevents us from giving it a place in our Gazette; but tli^      
FollowingNfery pathetic admonition of the HONORA» t| ju ÎSIOI to
"the"tht¿e¿unhappy criminal?, appear moil entitled toattenuoîi :«-»
Thejütfgc Advocate, previous to paífing Sentence of Drath u^n
the pníoneis, defcanted at fome length upon the general ^fctmna*
tiorVcrihe crime of which they had been conviftec, and t:^cn wuh
confidefûbîe emphafis upon the ctrcumftances which had difttnguiih*
ed iheifcafe with the utmoft marked aticctty* That they had pro*
ceetíed to the heute of the unfortunate maa who had fatten a viilim
to their depravity, with intention cf commtuing a tubbetj, they had
each of them admitted, while they endeavored ¿t the fame i*me to
Ihelter ihemfelves from the abhorrence which sitients upon t^it
biackefl of crimes, by a declaration that iheir intent ion heil not liccit
to murder, but to plunder the houfe ot ihe tieceafctt, and to oept.ve
his helpleis children oï the lillie cjmtorts which a ttthet'» care »rid
I induftry had provided ÍOT them* With thi* as their »lowrti éefign*
! the manner ot their going thither was next to ne cotifadered» It tied
been proved j» and by themlelves admitted, that two were at meo wit II
lîoAded gups* 41*4*bAt the faces*of AU were covered ; fa IIIAI A mi*f?
dtfperAtes A moredrCAdful And dïAboliCAi ptepAtAti^m lot the «Hift
dire ot pürpofes could not be coníiüered pi Ati CAi*k% T liey went
to rob-but demed thM ihej hAd gone to uiUtiicrg Ana jet Wl
4 r.
will sail for Sydney the fiift
board 30 male prisoners, in a healthy state. - Passengers, Mr. Tress,
Sitting Magistrate: - A. W. H. HUMPHREY, ESQ.
amved, nor yet ken by her on her passage hither.
We mentioned in our last Gazette of a boat with two men having
gone along-side the American ship Enterprize, laying in Adventure
Bay, saying they belonged to the brig Sophia: On particular
enquiry we find that no such men were attached to that vessel; and
from the description given of the vessel seen by the Entetprase, it is
supposed to have been the brig Trial; and we should be harpy to
have communicated to the owner a more favourable account.
At a Court of Criminal Jurisdiction held on the 1st. ultimo, at
The Mariner transport which arrived in Port Jackson in October
last, having touched at the Cape, brings the unpleasant information of
His Majesty's armed brig Emu (which sailed from that port for En-
gland the 15th of April last) having got on a rock at night in Simon's
Bay, in which situation she remained till the morning following;
when it was found necessary to heave her down for repair. - She had
previously encountered one of the most dreadful hurricanes remem-
bared for the last 60 years, off Cape Logulios, in which she carried
away a topmast.
Sydney, Colin Hunter, Michael Ryan and Thomas Dooley were arraigned    
at the bar for the wilful murder of John Miles, a poor        
our type, prevents us from giving it a place in our Gazette; but the
Following very pathetic admonition of the HONORABLE JUDGE to
the three unhappy criminals, appear most entitled to attention.
The Judge Advocate, previous to passing Sentence of Death upon
the prisoners, descanted at some length upon the general abomina-
tion of the crime of which they had been convicted, and dwelt with
considerable emphasis upon the circumstances which had distinguish-
ed their case with the utmost marked atrocity. That they had pro-
ceeded to the house of the unfortunate man who had fatten a victim
to their depravity, with intention of committing a robbery, they had
each of them admitted, while they endeavoured at the same time to
shelter themselves from the abhorrence which attends upon this
blackest of crimes, by a declaration that their intention had not been
to murder, but to plunder the house of the deceased, and to deprive
his helpless children of the little comforts which a father's care and
industry had provided for them. With this as their avowed design,
the manner of their going thither was next to be considered. It had
been proved, and by themselves admitted, that two were armed with
loaded guns, and that the faces of all were covered; for that a more
desperate, a more dreadful and diabolical preparation for the most
dire of purposes could not be considered practicable. T hey went
to rob- but denied that they had gone to murder; and yet had

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