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GEORGE STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

BUTTER--One 'ton 16 cwt of salt butter was dis posed of at this market, for price of which see market note. BAcoN-Nine and a-half cwt. ofbacon sold at Gd. per lb. CIIEESE-*NO sales to report. FowLs--Twelve loads were brought to market; and no alteration has taken place in priee.

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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

C.TrLE MARIKET. Mu.LCII Cows-Four cows sold at 31. to 31. 103. per head.

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IMPOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

IMPOUNDING. Carcoar, on the 20th May, 1846, having been claimed and not released :-brown cow, J F con joined and C off rump and ribs; red and white poley cow, illegible brand off rump, FC off shoulder. On the 24th June, 1846 :-brindle steer piece out of the front of near ear, no brand visible; mouse coloured heifer, one year old, unbranded; yellow cow, JIC off rump, ao or W haunch, notch back of off ear, a red bull calf by her side, unbranded; blue sided, heifer, white back, unbranded; bay colt, 2 years old, near hind fetlock white, LW off shoulder ; dark bay colt, 2 years old, It or B over W on near shoulder; bay mare, 2 years; old, mane and tail black, streak of white on forehead, part of fore and hind legs white, brand off shoulder not legible. If not released.within twenty-four days from the 24th June, they will be sold.

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RULES FOR THE REGULATION OF THE CIRCULAR QUAY, IN SYDNEY COVE, PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

RU.LES OR TrIE REGULATIOZN OF THE CIRCULAR QUAY, IN SrDNEY COVe, PORT JACKSON. 1st. That wher~sever the word Quay is used ir the following regulations, the same"shall be held to mean all that slipicd'within twI hulndred'and forty nine feet of the oiter or water's edge of the top step of the Circular Whaz f, Sydney Cove. 2nd. That no vessel shall be moored off the Cir cular Quay, except in such position as shall be de. termined by the Portmaster or other person apting under his direction. 3rd. That nio warp or hawser shall be made fast or remain within fifteen feet of the top step of the Quay. 4th. That no carriage, dray, or barrow, shall stand -within thirty feet of the outer edge of the wharf, nor in the line of road or thorough-fares leading from Castlereagh-street or the Custom House to any of tile landing steps of the wharf. 5th. That no cart, dray, or barrow, coming within thirty feet of the edge of the wharf, for the purpose of loading or unloading, shall remain there longer t...

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CAMP EIL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

C.SbrP RIL STREEP MAR?nIT. IAr-Sixty-five loads were sold during the week, at 81. to 91. per ton. SraAw--Twenty-three loads realised is 6d to 4s. 9d. per ewt. Fonnen--Sixteen loads sold at 6d. to 8d. per dozen bundles. BUEDDIG-Eight loads sold at 3s. to 3s. 6d. per load. WVH.AT-Twenty Idads of wheat were disposed of at 6s. to 7s. per bushel.

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

$ycut 0..1 a , - .. -o COORRa NORnD UP TO LAST RIV.INO.eJ .FL0;) t W, fKAT, &co.. £ . d. £ p. d. Flour(flne), i~ nli .;.t'....' 0 0 0 to 0 17 0 Ditto (seoonds) ditto" ..4, IL 0 ".. 0 I)6 Ditto (ration), ditto ;, . ... 0 13 0 .. 0 3] 0 Btavad, a 4jtibtour *... ... O .0 4 0. dI 1) idsctc (line,, ow t. .. ... 0 i0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (seound), ditto ..., .. '. 0 0 .. I 0 Hay, P?tou ..".. .. ...: 8 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto(retall1j i,?wot ..,; ... ." 9 0 .. U 10 0 Wtheat Straw, owt. ........ 0 4 0 .. 0 4 9 Fodder, perdozenl ... ,... . 0 0 0 0... 0 K 8 BeJdindtoper lod ... .... .... 0 3 0 .. ) 3 6 Wheat, Colonial, i bushel .... 0 0 0 .. 0 7 uI Darley,ditto .... ........ 0 4 0 .. u 4 0 DKtto,Oapeditto ;.. .... ...;. 0 0 0 ... 0 a Oats, f bushel (wholesale) .... 0-4 0 .. 0 4 .0 Ditto,d tto(retail)..... .... .... . 0 0 ... , Miaze,ditto(wliolesale) .... .... 0 . O 5d 0 Ditto,ditto(retall).... ... .... 0 4 0 .. 1 5 0 tBran, ' bushel ... .." *.... 0 1 0 .. U 1 2 IiUTOHEIt'8 MEAT. Beel, carcaos, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

AGENTS FTOJ TIE. CQOuNTQLr 'Gou;,nuari--Ma. CARi~isy. B'sIUUMA -MR. 8. MtMAHOB. PATERsoN=M-M..1. Q'Suti91Awr .. 'PAIULAMATTA -"Ma. P. CQAbif.. PORT -PH1IALIP -Ma. J.": BULiHBN. *WOLLONGONr-G.Mu: TuoMA4&FdiwIta.h BATJIUIRSTý?VI{. T. 4oNE gvuaanDL~trAN J..J~ J.. W aqqti. MArTLANXý-Mt}. T. .MAIozr. CAOD1ELLTOWZ, &C.--M . M'ALxamIa. AýVInrDg6}-MR. 3ADUEQ PAISIDY. PENlI{H-Ma. JAMES.M4C~'41quY, JERRY'S PLAXNI.ý-.Ma. J.1 3. 1$.,""-. .BU qOONIA-MR.. EAW APD'A1IDiHUC41 18, AD3LAWIDES"Ma. .JO.H Jiw Oz·afD, YAes--MR. C. Routpqc, PubJkrhec ia the United; AKitgdo1>7*~b1 Mn. JoNES, d3,' PAhzaNosiTa-laawj LbM'iMk1r. Mn, W. 3. I3ATmasnr,'! 1QJ'E 4dr.'.b[DbDtI" P'h LIAMUNT-wamEET, DUDrN.u. .mrli(ed far' tUi. Pi6jiudtor by '1fl'wA'1tD:Jo H a 8hA¶ us. 'LILY, or t-dcdin, in Uie Coniity f Ganimberland,' and publ.Ixod by b1m at the Chronicle (fl1oe,,'?oo.24,b ixrloUi 1' o, 67dney, Now 8gplUa Wa2a,-'5turda )~4InII. 1541.

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City Council. TUESDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

i.t?l tiounril, -0-? TUESDAY, JULY 7. Present :-The Right Worshipful the Mayor ;" Aldermen Broughton, Holden, and Flood; Coun. cillors Hill, Ryan, Driver, Hyndes, Henderson, Fisher, Sillitoe, Cowlishaw, Josephson, Thurlow, and Wilkie. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the. Town Clerk. ? Tin GOVERNOR. Mr. Tuantow said, before the business of tbs meeting was entered upon, he wished to ask tes, Mayor whether he had as Mayor,, or on his own. behalf, or on behalf of the Corporation, solicited': and instructed the rate collectors to obtain signatures to an Address to be presented to Iisý Excellency Sir George Gipps upon his retirement from the Colony, and whether to his knowledge this address was the same, or any way connected with the one which was: to be considered in the Council on Friday . The MAYoa said that he felt obliged to Mr. Thutr. low for the opportunity he had given him of re. - moving false impressions relative to this address. Some private gentlemen, and he among...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, JULY 7. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, JULY 7. Before the Chlie Commissioner. . rROOP O OLAIMS. In the estate of Robert Dryborough Cunningham, a special meeting : William Pendray, sen., £8 14s. In the estate of John Dillon, a special meeting was held for the purpose of deciding on an ofier of composition made by the insolvent, as follows : 'hat he pay twenty shillings in the pound, by his own bills at six, nine, twelve, and fifteen months, the same to bear interest and the estate to be re leased from sequestrutlon. These terms were ac cepted by all thecreditors present. Christopher and Thomas Newton proved ai claim for , 62 5s. 3d. In the estate of Robert Crawford a special meet ing was held for ti, creditors to givedirections ;but as no directions were given the meeting was ad juurned unti the 14th of August next. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. In the estate of. John Piper, jun.., a special meet ing was held, at which William Henry MKenzie, provedl tl dion for £t1020, he lholding security for the fu...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JULY 7. CIRCULAR QUAY—SYDNEY COVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

Qolbctnltiitmett c?A?.tte, -0 TUESDAY, JULY 7. CIRCULAR QUAY-SYDNEY COVE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th June, 1846. The followin% Rules for the reildation of the Circular Quay, in Sydney Cove, Port Jackson, having been made by the Justices appointed to execute the duties of Police Magistrates within the city and port of Sydney, and approved by his Ex, cellency the Governor, in terms of the Act of the Governor and Council, 5 William IV., No. 13, are published for general information. By his Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

FOR ADETLAIDE DIRECT... TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON FRIDAY, THE 17TH JULY. T H E fine fast-saili ng packet. DORSET; D. Walsh, commander. The greater part of her cargo being engaged, she wilpdositlvely sail on the above date. For freight or passage, having first-rate accom. moclations,apply to, J. M. SOLOMON, South Australian Packet Office. Liverpool Wharf, near the Queen's Wharf, July i0. 3578 FIRST VIE?YSEL FOR ADELAIDE. T HE fine Packet Brig Captain H. T. Fox; 135 tons register, having much of her fregigt engaged, will have im mediate dispatch.. For freinht or passage apply on board, at the Circular Whart; or to SHEPPARD AND ALGER, Packet Office, 3576" : ' t8 Geore-stree, ' THE HURLING MATCH. IN consequence of remarks which have gone abroad by some invidious and designing persons-We, tihe candidates for our national game of Hurling. which is to come oilf on Monday next, pledge ourselves, that we will on that occasion not only scrupulously-obey the laws, and preserve the peace ourselves,...

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THE GOVERNOR'S DEPARTURE—NEWS OF HIS SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

THE .GOVERNOR'S DEPARTURE-NEWS OF HIS SUCCESSOR. ON the day of this our present publication, his Excellency Sir George Gipps embarks in a public manner on board the Palestine, in which vessel, as our retiring Governor he takes his final departure from these shores. The period of his Excellency's rule over this territory, must have'been to him one of unremitting toil and care. That he has found support under the severe trials he has undergone, in ·he purity of his own in tentions, and the consciousness of his un tiring zeal, and unshaken fidelity. in the discharge of his onerous and cnmplicated duties, no one, but those !(and there are but few such amongst us,) whose own .hrd hearts, and uncharitable dispositions and practices, steel their natures, against all sensibility to perceive and appreciate virtue in others, will for an instant doubt. But in addition to this self-approving conscience, which is the most desirable reward a faith ful steward can enjoy, this meritorious offi cer ...

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To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

7b the Editor qf the Chronicle. 8ra--I perceive in the Sentinel of Thursday last, an article respecting the libel for which the pro prietor of that journal Is committed to take his trial, in which it is stated that one of the proprietors of the Australian is 'an applicant for admisssian Into a society of Orargemen, now being estab. ished in Sydney. I must confess, I can hardly credit the above statement-,the more especially as ae proprietors of the Australian have always either professed or ' assumed" the virtue of political liberality. I therefore lean to the opinion, that the tenittnel must have beep mistaken or misled, in hasarding such an assertion. If it should turn out however that the Senti/el is correctly informed on the subject, then it is impossible to condemn too strongly the turpitude and hypocrisy of this " one of the proprietors of the A4ustralian" (whoever he may be).. who would covertly endeavour to sneak into such an intolerant and illiberal society, and at the same...

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Government Gazette, TUESDAY, JULY 7. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

oterntmentt Q caette, -o TUESDAY, JULY 7. aIMPOUNDINOS. Old Collector Pound, on the 27th June, from the estate of Terence Murray, Esq., Lake George, for trespass-black mare, switch tail, about 15r hbands high, little white round the off fore foot, MC or M : near shoulder, IB off side neck, appears to be bro1ke in to saddle, might be seven years old ; a black filly foal by her side, about six months old, long tail, small star on forehead, same brand near shoulder dark bay filly, rising three years old, long tail, about 14J hands high, black main and tail, black points, small blaze on forehead, white spot on snip, same' brand near shoulder; chesnut filly, about the same age and height, long tail, white stripe or blaze down the forehead, like an inverted crescent over ,i near shoulder, 2 offshoulder; dark iron grey filly,abput 18 months old, long tail, black points, lower partof near hind leg white, about 14 hands higa,'while stripe or blaze down the forehead, DK and JK con joined unde...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1846. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE.   SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1846. OURSELVES.   OUR readers will perceive on a reference to the heading and imprint of this day's publication, that a change has been made in the designation of this Journal. The change in our title has been made we think for good and sufficient reasons.- The Chronicle is now about to enter upon the eighth year of its existence; it was first known to the public as the Australasian Chronicle, a name which by no means de- signated its particular locality, as the ap- pellation would have suited Port Phillip, Van Dieman's Land, or South Australia equally as well. It was then changed to the Morning Chronicle, which certainly was not strictly appropriate for a semi- weekly journal. The name we have now adopted, that of THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE, appears to us to be the most judicious which has yet been chosen. We have observed, too, that the English and Irish papers whenever they have had occasion to quote from us have gen...

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CONCILIATION HALL. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

CONCILIATION IIUi Lt-. I!O AL NAtIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATIOf? (Frdm the 'Feemaun' Joirnal, Feb. 28.) Tile usual meeting of the ofthe: association wss I:eliion Monday in Conciliation Hall. The follow b.ig gentlemen amongst others were' present:-Mr. -. O'Brien, M.P,; Henry Grattan, M.P.: Daniel ?pllaghsn, M.P.; Francis Coliiyn;, Luke J. O'Shea, eo-JP.; Thomas Steele, T. F. Meagher, J. H. Dunni, jun., J. D, Balfe, Mr. J. Barry, &c., &c. At' one o'clock, on the motion of Mr. Smnith O,'Brien; seconded by acclamatlon' the chair was taken by. I f EJOSEPB O'SHEA'~Esi., ex-J.P. Mr. RAT read the minutesof piroceedings at last sieeting; and then announced, amidst great cheer. ig ,ti6, receipt of the following address from the I a berato r - o 'i O=OH TIM LBtTq5 or MAYO. . Faiiow-Cou?rar iEN-I am extremelyhappy2 ' hear that-the Mayo Club have selected' Joseph' yles M'Dohnellas a candidate to fill the present vacatncy;for your. county. They could not possibly 'nsake a better choice-...

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THE WAR WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

TIIl WAR WITII AMERICA. CAREFUL as we have always been to glean every particle of information which would tend to convey accurate knowledge of the state of England's relations with thu United States of America, we find that in our late reviews, we have omitted to give publicity to a very, judicious compendium in one of the most.popular, ably-conducted, and extensively-circulated publications in the English' or any other language-the London Chronicle. Before communicating this extract to our readers, we beg leave to premise, that the rumours that have been propagated amongst us since the arrival of the nilta do not appear to be based on any very solid foun dation. The.last .official information re ceived direct from London, is contained in an answer -given by Sir ".Robert Peel to questions proposed to the Right rionoiable Baronet in the House of Commons.;-, namely, that a renewal of the diplomatic regulations, and fresh specific overtures for an amicable termination of the long-exist...

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ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY. On Tuesday morning last, the deputation ap poinited at the late meeting of the School of Arts to present the address to the Governor, waited upon his Excellency at Government House, and the Chair mnan, Mr. Cowlishaw, having read the address, his Excellency returned the following reply : Gentlemen-I receive with much pleasure the address from the members of the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, and I beg you will convey to them my assurances of the great satisfaction with which I have viewed the progress of their Institution during the time that I have held .the chief adminis tration of the affairs of this colony. I am deeply persuaded of the salutary effect on the great body of the community, produced by Institu tions which facilitate the dissemination of scientific and literary knowledge; your own establishment has already exercised a most beneficial influence in the city and neighbourhood of Sydney, and is des lined, I hope, and confidently believe, to a...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

-0 ARRIVALS. July 7.- Brankennmoor, ship, 402 tons, Captain Carr, from Launceston the 1st July. Passengers. -Mr. and Mrs. Evans and son, and Mr. and Mrs Gurney. 9.-Dorset, brig, 82 tons, Captain Walsh, from. Adelaide, the 29th ultimo. Passengers-Messrs. J, S. Barnett. D. Stanford, D. Mitton,, Mrs. Chandler, : and Mrs. Hedley. 9.-City of Sydney, brig, 106 tons, Captain Grant, from Launceston.the 4th instant. Passen gers-Mr. and Mrs. Spericer, snd Mi-. J. Farrell." 9.-Teazer, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Ball, from Circular Head, the 4th instant. Passenger Mr. W. Edwards. 9.-Emma, brig, 121 tons, Captaian Fox, from Adelaide. the 2nd instant. Passengers -Messrs. Bogue, Mortlock, J. Dair, G. Chapman, T. Malay, H. Aarons, J. Ayers, Mrs. Walker, and Mrs. Gray. 9.-Palmyra, brig, 145 tons, Captsin Lindsay, from Launcestan, tile 2nd instant, Passengers Messrs. Mildred, Caufleld, and Drysdale. 9.--Jamcs and Amelia, cutter, 35 tons, Captain Meggett, from Boyd Town, the 7th instant. Pas sengers-M...

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Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before their Honors the three Judges. THE QUEEN V. WILLIAM CUMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846

-0 -o WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before their Honors the three.Judges. THE QUEEN V. WILLTAM CUMMINGS. Pursuant to an arrangement entered into on Tuesday, this case was now brought under the con sideration of the full Court for argument; the point raised being as to whether it was in the power of the Attorney General t) file an ex officio infor mation for felony. .This being the first time such a course had been adopted either in this Colony or at home, it was thought 'better to bring the matter under the attention of all the Judges rather than to bring it before a Judge in Chambers. Mr. Windeyer appeared on behalf the defendant, and moved upon a notice which had been served upon the Attorney General, that the Attorney General be called upon to show cause why recog nizances entered into by the sureties of William Cummings for the appearance of the said William Cummings to answer a charge of forgery, should not be rescinded, and all proceedings stayed, on the following grou...

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