NSW List of Persons Who Have Tendered Supplies of Fresh Meats for His Majesty’s Stores – December 1816

DEPUTY COMMISSARY GENERAL’S OFFICE
Sydney 20th Dec., 1816.

A LIST of Persons who have tendered SUPPLIES of FRESH MEAT, for the Use of His Majesty’s Stores, and from whom the Quantities expressed against their respective Names will be received at the undermentioned Stations.

AT SYDNEY.

C. Hook, Esq. – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 5,000 – Residence, Sydney

Mr. Throsby – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 6,000 – Residence, Liverpool

Mr. Jenkins – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 6,000 – Residence, Sydney

Mr. Connell – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 6,000 – Residence, Sydney

Simeon Lord, Esq. – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 4,000 – Residence, Sydney

Mr. George Howe – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 2,000 – Residence, Sydney

AT PARRAMATTA.

Mr. McDougal – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 2,000 – Residence, Parramatta

Mr. William Sherwin – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 2,000 – Residence, Parramatta

Mr. Charles Walker – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 2,000 – Residence, Parramatta

Mr. McDougal – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 2,000 – Residence, Parramatta

AT WINDSOR.

Mr. T. McKenna – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 1,000 – Residence, Windsor

Mr. William Jones – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 1,000 – Residence, Windsor

Mr. George Loder, jun. – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 1,000 – Residence, Windsor

Mr. George Loder, sen. – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 1,000 – Residence, Windsor

AT LIVERPOOL.

Mr. John Gowan – to be tendered January 11, 1817 – quantity to be received, 1,000 – Residence, Liverpool

Mr. Edward Wright – to be tendered January 18, 1817 – quantity to be received, 1,000 – Residence, Liverpool

Many inconvenience having been experienced through Individuals failing to supply the Store with Meat at the Times appointed for that Purpose, the Persons whose Names are contained in the foregoing List are respectively desired to give at least five Days Notice to the Storekeeper at the Station where their Meat is appointed to be received, whether or not they can deliver the same at the Periods specified against their respective Names; and in the Event of their being able to supply the Stores as above, they are in like Manner to make Application to the Storekeepers, to know on what Days their Meat will be received.

D. ALLAN, Deputy Commissary General.
(approved) “LACHLAN MACQUARIE.”

Source: Deputy Commissary General’s Office, Sydney 20th Dec. 1816 (1817, January 4). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

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