The Resource The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, v.3, Mar. 1805 - Feb. 1806

The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, v.3, Mar. 1805 - Feb. 1806

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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, v.3, Mar. 1805 - Feb. 1806
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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, v.3, Mar. 1805 - Feb. 1806
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1805, no. 105 [2b]; Aborigines harass sheep, wound shepherd; settlers warned against treachery; no.107 [3a]; Native speared in revenge for murder; no.108 [3b]; Woman speared at Hawkesbury; no.109 [3a]; Woman dies; another murdered in dispute between two men; no.112 [2b]; Natives murder settlers at Hawkesbury despite protection given natives by government; no.113 [1a]; Order forbidding natives to approach settlers until murderers caught; [3a]; Natives kill two stockmen; two salt boilers attacked, later rescued by other natives; [4a]; Attempt to board ship at Pitwater; no.114 [2]; Theft by natives of cargo washed ashore from Navy shipwreck; [3b]; Further attacks by natives at Prospect, Seven Hills and Pitwater; settlers band together against natives; [4b]; William Marsden meets groups of natives at Prospect who agree to conduct him murderers; Governors order protecting these natives; names of murderers given; no.115 [3a]; Attack on farm at Coward Party fails to catch murderers because of betrayal by one of party - a native; incident with soldiers; no.116 [2c]; Party captures one of murderers at Pendant Hills, recovers stolen property; second murderer shot in mountains; no.117 [2c]; Comments on character of Aborigines by Editor; no.118 [2c]; House on Hawkesbury ransacked and burnt by natives woman and children spared; [3b]; Similar assault on second house; no.119 [2a]; Natives troublesome on Georges River; [4a]; Order permitting all natives, except those at Hawkesbury and Georges River to return to settlers; no.120 [2c]; Attempt by natives to steal pig at Prospect; stockman spears native; no.121 [2a]; Set fire to barn and stack at Portland; some apprehended; no.123 [2a]; Native girl found responsible for fires at Hawkesbury; some natives gaoled at Parramatta; order that they must not be molested; no.124 [2a]; Two natives in combat at Farm Cove because of stealing of wife; no.127 [2b]; Comments on clemency of Governor; release of native after capture of leader of murderers; no.128 [2a]; Attempt by natives to escape from Parramatta gaol; native boy baptised; no.132 [Supp.2]; Hawkesbury boat attacked; no.133 [2a]; Native indentured, does not keep to agreement; no.134 [2b]; Native encounter with shark in North Harbour; no.139 [2b]; Party attacked by natives at Jervis Bay; no.140 [1c]; Man speared at Port Stephens; no.141 [2b]; Natives wounded in affray at Botany Bay; no.145 [1c]; Natives may have caused fires; [2a]; Comments on various native attacks; no.146 [2b]; Native trial of two malefactors at Brickfields; no.147 [2a]; Aid in capture of escaped convicts, further mischief of natives; [2b]; Spear fight, attitude of Maori chief to weapons used; no.148 [2b]; Native battle provoked by attempted wife stealing; 1806, no.150 [1c]; Conflict of two drunk natives; no.151 [1c]; Natives find skeleton of escaped convict; [2c]; Native funeral described; no.152 [2b]; Native battle to revenge death; no.153 [2a]; Natives help crew of wrecked vessel
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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, v.3, Mar. 1805 - Feb. 1806
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M0052586
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0075380
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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, v.3, Mar. 1805 - Feb. 1806
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M0052586
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0075380

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