An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales (Classic Reprint)

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The "Boddington" and "Sugar-Cane" sail A mill erected - Thefts committed - Two persons killed by lightning - The "Fairy" arrives - Farms sold - The "Francis" returns from New Zealand - Ration altered - Transactions - Harvest begun - Criminal Court held - A convict executed - Provisions - Natives - Convicts - Grants of land - Settlers - Expenses, how to be calculated - Deaths in 1793 - Prices of grain, stock, and labour - Murder committed - Provisions - Storm at Parramatta - Crops - A settlement fixed at the Hawkesbury - Natives - The "Francis" returns from Norfolk Island - Information - The New Zealand natives sent to their own country - Disturbance at Norfolk Island - Court of Enquiry at Sydney - The "Francis" returns to Norfolk Island - Natives troublesome - State of provisions; Alarming state of the provisions The "William" arrives with supplies from England, and the "Arthur" from Bengal - The amor patriœ natural to man in all parts of the world - Information - Mr. Bampton - Captain Bligh - "Admiral Barrington" transport lost - Full ration issued - Ingratitude and just punishment of the settlers - Gaming - Honesty of a native - The "Dædalus" arrives - Information Female inconstancy, and its consequences - Native killed - Disorder in the eyes prevalent - The "William" sails - Cultivation Excursion - A store-ship arrives - Captain Bampton - Full ration - The "Britannia," "Speedy," and "Halcyon" arrive - Particulars - Account of stock - The "Hope" arrives - The "Fanny" arrives from Bombay - Two convicts executed - Excursion to the Western Mountains - The "Francis" returns Corn bills not paid - The "Resolution" and "Salamander" arrive Gales of wind - Natives - Convict executed - A settler murdered - The natives - The "Surprise" arrives - Deaths - The Lieutenant-Governor leaves the settlement - The "Experiment" arrives - Captain Paterson assumes the command Ration - Deaths in 1794; Gangs sent to till the public grounds - The "Francis" sails - Regulations for the Hawkesbury - Transactions there - Natives - Weather - Deaths - Produce at the river - Natives - The "Francis" returns from Port Stephens - Transactions there - The "Britannia" arrives from the Cape The "Fancy" from New Zealand - Information - A native killed - Weather - Criminal Court - Ration reduced - The "Britannia" hired to procure provisions - Natives at the Hawkesbury - The "Endeavour" arrives - Convicts Casualties - Ration - A criminal and civil court held - Circumstances of the death of Daveney - Salt made - Wilson, Knight, and the natives - The "Providence" arrives from England - Four convicts brought from Port Stephens - Storm - The "Fancy" arrives from Norfolk Island - The "Supply" and "Reliance" arrive - Governor Hunter's commission read - Transactions - Another arrival from England - Colonial regulations - The "Sovereign" storeship arrives from England - Convict executed - Printing press employed - Ration - Information from Norfolk Island - The cattle lost in 1788 discovered - Bennillong's conduct after his return from England - Natives - Meteorological phenomenon - Deaths in1795

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Book Description Forgotten Books, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales The Boddington and Sugar-Cane sail A mill erected - Thefts committed - Two persons killed by lightning - The Fairy arrives - Farms sold - The Francis returns from New Zealand - Ration altered - Transactions - Harvest begun - Criminal Court held - A convict executed - Provisions - Natives - Convicts - Grants of land - Settlers - Expenses, how to be calculated - Deaths in 1793 - Prices of grain, stock, and labour - Murder committed - Provisions - Storm at Parramatta - Crops - A settlement fixed at the Hawkesbury - Natives - The Francis returns from Norfolk Island - Information - The New Zealand natives sent to their own country - Disturbance at Norfolk Island - Court of Enquiry at Sydney - The Francis returns to Norfolk Island - Natives troublesome - State of provisions; Alarming state of the provisions The William arrives with supplies from England, and the Arthur from Bengal - The amor patri natural to man in all parts of the world - Information - Mr. Bampton - Captain Bligh - Admiral Barrington transport lost - Full ration issued - Ingratitude and just punishment of the settlers - Gaming - Honesty of a native - The Daedalus arrives - Information Female inconstancy, and its consequences - Native killed - Disorder in the eyes prevalent - The William sails - Cultivation Excursion - A store-ship arrives - Captain Bampton - Full ration - The Britannia, Speedy, and Halcyon arrive - Particulars - Account of stock - The Hope arrives - The Fanny arrives from Bombay - Two convicts executed - Excursion to the Western Mountains - The Francis returns Corn bills not paid - The Resolution and Salamander arrive Gales of wind - Natives - Convict executed - A settler murdered - The natives - The Surprise arrives - Deaths - The Lieutenant-Governor leaves the settlement - The Experiment arrives - Captain Paterson assumes the command Ration - Deaths in 1794; Gangs sent to till the public grounds - The Francis sails - Regulations for the Hawkesbury - Transactions there - Natives - Weather - Deaths - Produce at the river - Natives - The Francis returns from Port Stephens - Transactions there - The Britannia arrives from the Cape The Fancy from New Zealand - Information - A native killed - Weather - Criminal Court - Ration reduced - The Britannia hired to procure provisions - Natives at the Hawkesbury - The Endeavour arrives - Convicts Casualties - Ration - A criminal and civil court held - Circumstances of the death of Daveney - Salt made - Wilson, Knight, and the natives - The Providence arrives from England - Four convicts brought from Port Stephens - Storm - The Fancy arrives from Norfolk Island - The Supply and Reliance arrive - Governor Hunter s commission read - Transactions - Another arrival from England - Colonial regulations - The Sovereign storeship arrives from England - Convict executed - Printing press employed - Ration - Information from Norfolk Island - The cattle lost in 1788 discovered - Bennillong s conduct after his return from England - Natives - Meteorological phenomenon - Deaths in1795 About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781331471561

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Book Description Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales The Boddington and Sugar-Cane sail A mill erected - Thefts committed - Two persons killed by lightning - The Fairy arrives - Farms sold - The Francis returns from New Zealand - Ration altered - Transactions - Harvest begun - Criminal Court held - A convict executed - Provisions - Natives - Convicts - Grants of land - Settlers - Expenses, how to be calculated - Deaths in 1793 - Prices of grain, stock, and labour - Murder committed - Provisions - Storm at Parramatta - Crops - A settlement fixed at the Hawkesbury - Natives - The Francis returns from Norfolk Island - Information - The New Zealand natives sent to their own country - Disturbance at Norfolk Island - Court of Enquiry at Sydney - The Francis returns to Norfolk Island - Natives troublesome - State of provisions; Alarming state of the provisions The William arrives with supplies from England, and the Arthur from Bengal - The amor patri natural to man in all parts of the world - Information - Mr. Bampton - Captain Bligh - Admiral Barrington transport lost - Full ration issued - Ingratitude and just punishment of the settlers - Gaming - Honesty of a native - The Daedalus arrives - Information Female inconstancy, and its consequences - Native killed - Disorder in the eyes prevalent - The William sails - Cultivation Excursion - A store-ship arrives - Captain Bampton - Full ration - The Britannia, Speedy, and Halcyon arrive - Particulars - Account of stock - The Hope arrives - The Fanny arrives from Bombay - Two convicts executed - Excursion to the Western Mountains - The Francis returns Corn bills not paid - The Resolution and Salamander arrive Gales of wind - Natives - Convict executed - A settler murdered - The natives - The Surprise arrives - Deaths - The Lieutenant-Governor leaves the settlement - The Experiment arrives - Captain Paterson assumes the command Ration - Deaths in 1794; Gangs sent to till the public grounds - The Francis sails - Regulations for the Hawkesbury - Transactions there - Natives - Weather - Deaths - Produce at the river - Natives - The Francis returns from Port Stephens - Transactions there - The Britannia arrives from the Cape The Fancy from New Zealand - Information - A native killed - Weather - Criminal Court - Ration reduced - The Britannia hired to procure provisions - Natives at the Hawkesbury - The Endeavour arrives - Convicts Casualties - Ration - A criminal and civil court held - Circumstances of the death of Daveney - Salt made - Wilson, Knight, and the natives - The Providence arrives from England - Four convicts brought from Port Stephens - Storm - The Fancy arrives from Norfolk Island - The Supply and Reliance arrive - Governor Hunter s commission read - Transactions - Another arrival from England - Colonial regulations - The Sovereign storeship arrives from England - Convict executed - Printing press employed - Ration - Information from Norfolk Island - The cattle lost in 1788 discovered - Bennillong s conduct after his return from England - Natives - Meteorological phenomenon - Deaths in1795 About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781331471561

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