DECADE DECADES DECAY DECEASED DECEMBER DECENT DECEPTION DECIDE DECIDED DECIDES DECIDING DECIMAL DECISION DECISIONS DECISIVE DECK DECLARATION DECLARE DECLARED DECLINE DECLINED DECLINING DECORATED DECORATING DECORATION DECORATIVE DECREASE DECREASED DECREE DEDICATED DEED DEEMED DEEP DEEPER DEEPLY DEER DEFAULT DEFEAT DEFEATED DEFECT DEFECTS DEFENCE DEFENCES DEFEND DEFENDANT DEFENDANTS DEFENDED DEFENDER DEFENDING DEFENSIVE DEFERRED DEFICIENCY DEFICIT DEFINE DEFINED DEFINING DEFINITE DEFINITELY DEFINITION DEFINITIONS DEGREE DEGREES DEL DELAY DELAYED DELAYS DELEGATE DELEGATES DELEGATION DELETE DELIBERATE DELIBERATELY DELICATE DELICIOUS DELIGHT DELIGHTED DELIGHTFUL DELIVER DELIVERED DELIVERING DELIVERY DELTA DEMAND DEMANDED DEMANDING DEMANDS DEMENTIA DEMISE DEMOCRACY DEMOCRAT DEMOCRATIC DEMOCRATS DEMOGRAPHIC DEMOLISHED DEMONSTRATE DEMONSTRATED DEMONSTRATES DEMONSTRATING DEMONSTRATION DEMONSTRATIONS DEMONSTRATORS DENIAL DENIED DENIES DENIS DENMARK DENNIS DENSE DENSITY DENTIST DENY DENYING DEPARTED DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTAL DEPARTMENTS DEPARTURE DEPEND DEPENDED DEPENDENCE DEPENDENCY DEPENDENT DEPENDING DEPENDS DEPICTED DEPOSIT DEPOSITED DEPOSITS DEPOT DEPRESSED DEPRESSION DEPRIVATION DEPRIVED DEPTH DEPTHS DEPUTIES DEPUTY DERBY DERBYSHIRE DEREK DERIVE DERIVED DES DESCENDED DESCENT DESCRIBE DESCRIBED DESCRIBES DESCRIBING DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTIONS DESCRIPTIVE DESERT DESERTED DESERVE DESERVED DESERVES DESIGN DESIGNATED DESIGNED DESIGNER DESIGNERS DESIGNING DESIGNS DESIRABLE DESIRE DESIRED DESIRES DESK DESKTOP DESPAIR DESPERATE DESPERATELY DESPITE DESTINATION DESTINED DESTINY DESTROY DESTROYED DESTROYING DESTRUCTION DESTRUCTIVE DETACHED DETAIL DETAILED DETAILS DETAINED DETECT DETECTED DETECTION DETECTIVE DETECTIVES DETENTION DETERIORATION DETERMINATION DETERMINE DETERMINED DETERMINING DEUTSCHMARKS DEVASTATING DEVELOP DEVELOPED DEVELOPER DEVELOPERS DEVELOPING DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENTS DEVELOPS DEVICE DEVICES DEVIL DEVISED DEVON DEVOTED DEXTER DI DIABETES DIABETIC DIAGNOSED DIAGNOSIS DIAGNOSTIC DIAGRAM DIALOGUE DIAMETER DIAMOND DIANA DIARRHOEA DIARY DICE DICK DICTIONARY DID DIDDLE DIDN'T DIE DIED DIES DIESEL DIET DIFFER DIFFERENCE DIFFERENCES DIFFERENT DIFFERENTIAL DIFFERENTIATE DIFFERENTIATION DIFFERENTLY DIFFERING DIFFERS DIFFICULT DIFFICULTIES DIFFICULTY DIG DIGGER DIGGING DIGITAL DIGNITY DILEMMA DIM DIMENSION DIMENSIONAL DIMENSIONS DIMINISHED DINING DINNER DIOXIDE DIP DIPLOMA DIPLOMATIC DIRECT DIRECTED DIRECTION DIRECTIONS DIRECTIVE DIRECTLY DIRECTOR DIRECTORS DIRECTORY DIRT DIRTY DISABILITY DISABLED DISADVANTAGE DISADVANTAGES DISAGREE DISAGREEMENT DISAPPEAR DISAPPEARED DISAPPOINTED DISAPPOINTING DISAPPOINTMENT DISASTER DISASTROUS DISC DISCARDED DISCHARGE DISCHARGED DISCIPLINARY DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINES DISCLOSE DISCLOSED DISCLOSURE DISCO DISCOMFORT DISCOUNT DISCOURSE DISCOVER DISCOVERED DISCOVERING DISCOVERY DISCRETION DISCRIMINATION DISCS DISCUSS DISCUSSED DISCUSSING DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONS DISEASE DISEASES DISGUISE DISGUST DISGUSTING DISH DISHES DISK DISKS DISLIKE DISMISS DISMISSAL DISMISSED DISORDER DISORDERS DISPLAY DISPLAYED DISPLAYS DISPOSAL DISPOSED DISPUTE DISPUTES DISRUPTION DISSOLUTION DISSOLVED DISTANCE DISTANCES DISTANT DISTINCT DISTINCTION DISTINCTIONS DISTINCTIVE DISTINCTLY DISTINGUISH DISTINGUISHED DISTORTED DISTRESS DISTRIBUTED DISTRIBUTION DISTRICT DISTRICTS DISTURBANCE DISTURBED DISTURBING DIVE DIVERSE DIVERSITY DIVIDE DIVIDED DIVIDEND DIVIDENDS DIVIDING DIVINE DIVING DIVISION DIVISIONAL DIVISIONS DIVORCE DIVORCED DNA DO DOCK DOCKS DOCTOR DOCTOR'S DOCTORS DOCTRINE DOCUMENT DOCUMENTARY DOCUMENTATION DOCUMENTED DOCUMENTS DODGY DOES DOESN'T DOG DOG'S DOGGY DOGS DOING DOLE DOLL DOLLAR DOLLARS DOLLY DOLPHIN DOLPHINS DOMAIN DOME DOMESTIC DOMINANCE DOMINANT DOMINATE DOMINATED DOMINATION DON DON'T DONALD DONATED DONATIONS DONE DONNA DOOR DOORS DOORWAY DOROTHY DORSET DOS DOSE DOSES DOT DOUBLE DOUBLED DOUBT DOUBTED DOUBTFUL DOUBTLESS DOUBTS DOUGLAS DOWN DOWNING DOWNSTAIRS DOWNWARDS DOYLE DOZEN DOZENS DR DR. FA FABRIC FABRICS FACE FACED FACES FACILITATE FACILITIES FACILITY FACING FACT FACTION FACTIONS FACTOR FACTORIES FACTORS FACTORY FACTS FACTUAL FACULTY FADED FAG FAIL FAILED FAILING FAILS FAILURE FAILURES FAINT FAINTLY FAIR FAIRLY FAIRY FAITH FAITHFUL FALL FALLEN FALLING FALLS FALSE FAME FAMILIAR FAMILIES FAMILY FAMILY'S FAMINE FAMOUS FAN FANCY FANS FANTASTIC FANTASY FAR FARE FAREWELL FARM FARMER FARMERS FARMHOUSE FARMING FARMS FASCINATED FASCINATING FASCIST FASHION FASHIONABLE FASHIONED FAST FASTER FASTEST FAT FATAL FATE FATHER FATHER'S FATHERS FAULT FAULTS FAVOUR FAVOURABLE FAVOURED FAVOURITE FAVOURITES FAVOURS FAX FEAR FEARED FEARFUL FEARS FEASIBLE FEAST FEATHERS FEATURE FEATURED FEATURES FEATURING FEB.DRAFT DRAFTED DRAG DRAGGED DRAGGING DRAGON DRAIN DRAINAGE DRAINED DRAMA DRAMATIC DRAMATICALLY DRANK DRASTIC DRAW DRAWER DRAWERS DRAWING DRAWINGS DRAWN DRAWS DREADFUL DREAM DREAMED DREAMING DREAMS DREDGER DREDGING DRESS DRESSED DRESSES DRESSING DREW DRIED DRIFT DRIFTED DRILL DRINK DRINKING DRINKS DRIVE DRIVEN DRIVER DRIVERS DRIVES DRIVING DROP DROPPED DROPPING DROPS DROVE DROWNED DRUG DRUGS DRUM DRUMS DRUNK DRY DRYING DU DUAL DUBIOUS DUBLIN DUCHESS DUCK DUCKS DUE DUG DUKE DULL DULY DUMB DUMP DUMPED DUN DUNCAN DUNDEE DURATION DURHAM DURING DUST DUSTY DUTCH DUTIES DUTY DWELLINGS DYING DYNAMIC E E. FEBRUARY FED FEDERAL FEDERATION FEE FEED FEEDBACK FEEDING FEEL FEELING FEELINGS FEELS FEES FEET FELL FELLA FELLOW FELLOWS FELLOWSHIP FELT FEMALE FEMALES FEMININE FEMINIST FEMINISTS FENCE FERGUSON FERRY FERTILITY FESTIVAL FETCH FETCHED FEVER FEW FEWER FIBRE FIBRES FICTION FIDDLE FIELD FIELDS FIERCE FIERCELY FIFTEEN FIFTEENTH FIFTH FIFTIES FIFTY FIG FIG.By this means valuable revisions and additions have been made. "I have read the articles on the 'Early Days of Windsor', by the Rev. "As a native of Windsor, with a clear recollection of the past seventy-five years, I may say that the author has spared no pains to make his statements accurate and reliable. The earliest Hawkesbury Crown grants included those to Samuel Wilcox, John Brindley, William Bond, John Ruffler, Alexander Wilson, and Whaelen. Thomas Westmore and William Anderson, James Ruse, Ann Blady and Joseph Smallwood, in 1797. These may be easily located on the map of the Parish of St. The grants for the same period made near Pitt Town were:—Messrs. A Government order, dated 8th April, 1804, ordered that all boats trading on the Hawkesbury River should be numbered and registered by Andrew Thompson, head constable, otherwise they would be confiscated. Errors there may be, but every effort has been made to verify the data. "His work will supply a felt want, in the literature of Windsor, and it should prove very acceptable to all lovers of the Hawkesbury districts. Stogdell, Palmer, Hobbs, Diggers, Jones, Benn, Smallwood, Dr. The present township of Pitt Town stands on portions of these grants, which had to be resumed for township purposes in 1810. A Government store was established in 1798, and placed in charge of William Baker, whose name is perpetuated in Baker Street, Windsor and Baker's Lagoon, near Richmond. In the year 1804 Governor King appointed trustees for the several Commons of the Colony. Everingham (a Matthew James Everingham died on 25th December, 1817, aged forty-eight years, and was buried in St. Steele deserves the success which I am sure this book will command. BERTIE, Past-President, Australian Historical Society. The substance of this volume ran through the columns of the between August, 1914, end February, 1915. In the year 1794 Lieut.-Governor Major Grose placed the first twenty-two settlers along the banks of the Hawkesbury River and South Creek, railed then Ruse's Creek, as James Ruse, the man who first grew wheat at Parramatta, had a grant of land at the junction of that stream with the Hawkesbury. Corps were sent up, and the settlement of Windsor, then called Green Hills, was fairly launched. Andrew Thompson appears to have had some literary taste, for in an advertisement in the Sydney Gazette, 9th December, 1804, he asked that those to whom he had loaned certain books would kindly return them. Walker (the ancestor of many Methodist ministers), J. Among those present, as circuit minister for a second term, was the Rev. Wilkinson, who was also present when the foundation stone of the burnt church was laid, in 1838. The Articles have been the subject of considerable correspondence, both in the local paper and direct to the author. Henry Selkirk, of the Lands Department, and for several years a kindly neighbour in Killara. The following year many more families were settled, and as the natives were troublesome, some troops from the N. It is of interest to note that Lieutenant Grose was the son of Captain Grose, concerning whose peregrinations through Scotland the poet Burns wrote: A chiel's amang you takin' notes, And faith he'll print it. The Grants from the year 1800 to 1804 were as follows—Thomas Hobby, William Bates, Lydia Austen, Charles Marsden (900 acres), William Ezzy (130 acres), Henry Cox, and Andrew Thompson. The bat of missing books is given, which includes such standard works as Milton, Burns, Sterne, Thomson, Hervey and others. The foundation stones of this church were laid by Rev. The authorities consulted will be found at the end of the book, but I cannot close my studies of Old Windsor without again thanking the many correspondents who have assisted me, and especially Mr. "As years roll on it will certainly become an invaluable work of reference on all matters connected with the district." JOHN TEBBUTT, F. In 1796 Governor Hunter visited the district, and instructions were given to construct a road from Parramatta to the Hawkesbury, and soon after this road was placed under a Trust, Dr. This early store was situated somewhere near the present Thompson Square. Regular masters of all the settlers, both free and bond, were held from time to time, and separate records kept of men, women, and children belonging to each class—military, officers, civil officers, freemen, prisoners and settlers. Andrew Thompson being so appointed for both the Ham and Nelson Commons. Baker afterwards kept an hotel in Baker Street, known as the Royal Oak. On account of distress caused by floods the Governor curtailed the sale of rum during the year 1798. He next appears on the scene as a brewer, receiving permission on 11th May, 1806, to sell at a shilling a gallon, and small beer sixpence.
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