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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, October 3, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 8 October 1835
®VI}tiatti1 IlýDtpýlI?¢ll ,,; .! C::' TO THE EDITOR OF. THEI COLONISTS I Sydney, .October 3, 1835;., IN your last nuimber, under- the head of Religi.. ous Intelligence, you were pleased to infom:.us of the circumstances .out of which the l'utildi? of the.second Scots Church: in Sydriey.:took its?,-: rise,. As it forms a ,fragment of colonial church': history, arid as all, histdry -shouild be strietly." founded:: in truth, andas .I find there are errors; in'tlie statemnient, .and being identified w:ith i' permit meito point theimouiit., I willifgly pass over the:first thi;ee' or:fourego tistical;paragraphs ?with which this iritlligene. .: abouids,' but tI cannot' held' noticiz' tihat part; where it is stated, " that:certain of:the :Rev. Mr M'Garvie's, friends .:and..: advisers` were desirous that' the -affair- should, assume -the aspect arind character of a schism," and where they areimis: represented 'as` having waitedfon -ithe Veneraeble:: the 'Arch'deacon by deputationi, to solici...
EXPORTATION OF CASHMERE GOATS FROM NEW SOUTH WALES TO THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 8 October 1835
'EXPORTATION OF CASHMERE GOATS FROM NEW SOUTH WALES TO THE CAPE. About three years since, W.E. Riley,Esq., &nbsp; of Raby, imported, to this colony a small flock of Cashmere Goats from France,-which have &nbsp; now increased to about 300, in March last Mr. Riley exported three of them in the. Leda to the Cape of Good Hope ; one pure male,and one female, and one cross-bred female, produced from the common goat and the Cashmere; they were readily sold: at the extraordinary price of 150l. We think it a great pity that the colonists should suffer such valuable animals to leave this country, where the climate is congenial to their rapid increase, and where there is so great an ex tent of land upon which they may depasture. We trust that the circumstance needs only to be brought under the notice of the numbers of wealthy landed proprietors with whom the colony abounds, to cause them to direct their attention to the truly patriotic end of adding to the num ber of valuable e...
VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT ?WHAT S- ' WHARFS. `Maria, from' London; Wright anid Long's Wharf. Susannah; frobm New Zealand, Pitmari's Wharf. John, from Hobart Town,' Pitman's Wharf. Rubicon, from Hobart Town,' Wilson's Wharf. Chalcedony; 'froni Hobart Town, and Boston, Cox's Wharf. .:r, Corvo, from Hobart T Twn and Boston, Cox's Wharf.: . Canton, from London, Campbell's Wharf. Siren, from, Hobart Town, Lamb's Wharf:.i: . Denmark' Hill, `froni New Zealand, Lamb's Wharf. : Dawson, from London, Campbell's Wharf.:: .: William, from London, Campbell's Wharf.:': .Elizabeth, from Launceston, Barker's Wharlf.
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
VESSELS ENTLEREDO.UTi WARDS}:j SINCE LASTI EPUBLICATION. October 3 Susannah, 232 tons, 'H. :M.'Bagster, agent, London.?, ' I-: , October 6-Mary, 368 tons, H- Be~ll ?agent Ba 'i Octobri 9- Oiiental 506 tons B' Siith and Co., agents, Bombay. . October: 10H ercules, 483 tons, Coopera Co ; agents,. London. .
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 3RD TO THE 10TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
IMPORTS. Rii;EPORTS FROM THE 3nD TO THE 10? I?NSTANT, INCLUSIVE. OcToER, 8-CorVo (barque), 348 tons, Elwell, mas ter, from Boston via Hobart Town, Dawes, Gore and Co., agents,; 800 barrels flour, 21 hogsheads 30 bar. rels bread, 171 half barrels 90 kegs crackers, 24 casks rice, 128 boxes chocolate, 69 boxes cider, 20 barrels vinegar, 2 hogsheads hams, 25 kegs lard, 2 boxes cheese, 3 barrels apples, 6 kegs mackerel, 3 packages tongues and salmon, 80 barrels fish, 50 hogsheads salt, 15 boxes sperm candles, 13 casks molasses 7 kegs ginger, 20 boxes lemon syrup, 1 half-barrel chlo ride of, lime, 8 boxes pickles, 1 case castor oil, 2 casks salts, 2 boxes bark, 6 casks cordials, 20 barrels gin, 4' barrels brandy, 7 barrels 38 kegs tobacco, 12 casks ,cigars, 2 packages snuffs, 25 kegs powder, 78 barrels rosin, 42 barrels pitch. 50 barrels tar, 35 barrels var nish, 4 barrels.26 carboys spirits of turpentine, 3 bar rels glue, 15 casks nails, I case hardware, 2: pair jack screws, a quantity f...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
TIDE TABLE &c: FOR SYDnAEY. " Days. 'Hiyh ?,ater. S.V 9u Age of MOlN. x syrN. . Ries. I Sets. Moon. Thursday. 15 1 15 1 55 - 38 6 22 23 Friday .. 186 2 30 3 6 .5 37 6 23 24 Saturday.. 17. 3 33 4. 5 5 36 6 24 25 Sunday .. 18 4 30 5 8 5 35a 6 25 20 Monday.. 19. 5 40 6 14 5 .34 0 26 27 Tnesday.. 20 6 46 7 22 5 33 6 27 28 Wednesday21 7 41 8 0 5 32 6 28 29
Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
Jome ttte IUtglige, s VdTES AND. 'PROCEEDINGS, OF THE' s LE TIVE COu CL. ' ' IDY U , OoToBER 9, 1Ot 835., 1. Co.vNcrl met pursuant to adjournment. His' !Exc.ellenc, the Governor ixn the Chair. Licensingj Amendment Bill presented' by theGovernor. as amended, read a third time and passed:. 2. Street Amendmerit' Bill; read? ai third time` and passed. 3. Sheep. Extension. Bill,; read a third time and passed. . i 4, :Parish,,Roads Bill; read a :third :time and '5.. Supreme:.Court Bill;: read ia third time and passed. '6. :Wheat Bill; read a- second time., .Motion" wnnade and' put; that the standing orders be sus: pended, and that this' Bill be now read a" third: time. Passedwithoutik divisiobn. Bill read a third time accordingly, anid'passed. 7. Coiimmittee on Police and Gaolsk; the iCo lonial :Secretary, as Chairman brought :up the final Report. To be printed. ;,. . . :,Council adjourned at three o'clock, sine die. .. E. DEAS THOMSON,.. SClerk of: the Council.
THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
STHE ' PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION:' ' DISSErjTION has already ,commenced. amongst the ;:members ~of )the Patriotic:: Association, a general m.-eeting,of ,the subscribers - was held one Friday last, at which much ill feeling manifested. itself;, andithe -result was,'as ' iight be expected, a, schismi. Sir John Jamison refused to pay 'any money unless'sanctioried by the Institution ge nerally, as he: was determined not to recognize the right of the"Committee to ;vote a-way d:the funds .at discretion. Mr. Sydney Stephen coim mented severely on the course, pursued by Sir, John, which teriiinated m ihe latter resigning his trust, as Treasurer to .the, Institution. It. was, however, decided .thiat ,an : appropriation of, the! funds= could not take place without the :know ledge. of the majority of the subscribers--three sittings of, the .Committs?,e having intervened be= tween the notice,- and adoption of the mneasure`; 1001, was then voted to John Stephen, Esq., for paist services as provision...
APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, September 30, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
AiPPIoZC.TZONS PO. LaND. Colonial Secretary's Office,? Sydney, September 30, 1835. .b?;' order'to assist, as much as. possible, the intentions .:f.parties dehtous of purchasing Land, His Excel ilency the Governor directs it to be notified that P:rinted Forms of Application will be deposited with iithe Clerks of the several Benches of Magistrates, from whom they may be obtained, as well as from :the Surveyor General, on paying a fee of two shillings and sixpence for each. , To prevent the use of unauthorised. Forms, ,ach. will be numbered and entered in the Surveyor Gneral's Office, before being dispatched to the M:'Magistrates: and after this date, no application will b, entertained which is not so authenticated. But such as have been heretofore regularly issued and not yet used, will be exchanged if presented to the S:: rveyor 'General on or before the,31st of October.. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. ?.??; "?'mu • | u • ml u m mmn um |nnn ln u
NEW VEHICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
NEW VEHICLE. ' MR. WILLIAMi M'LAUGHLIN, a respectable free emigrant, recently arrived in the colony, peir the John Dienniston, from Coleraine in the North of Ireland, has introduced into the colony the ma nufacture: of a sort of vehicle which;.we, should think,':isi likely: to get into very. general. use, especially in the country. :The vehicle .we allude to is what'is called an Irish jaunting-car. ' It is, a' .low-wheeled' one-horse chaise,' in which; four or even'six' people either with or withoiit a'driver, caii sit 'convenieitly for themselves and easily for, the :aniimail.' Mr. 'M'L. has just, com?ileted. a car of tlii? ?ind, which he has sold to a: espect= able. iniba?litant of.:Philip Street, and we under stand he' is now, niaiing. another. ,;A vehicle of this kind ',ould be exceedingly convenient for, respectable. settlers in the interior for, driving their families to church; and.it .has this important ad-, vantage over the :usual vehicle for-.travelling in' the colony, we ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
SýO beot 1rrnent 'atette. SALE OF LAND. OrN Wednesday December 9, 1835, the 'underm en. tioned portions of Land will be put up to Auctio"nby the. Collector of Internal Revenue, in the Market Buildings, George Street, Sydney. . SArgyle.--5 Lots, measuring 3260 acres, applied'for, by J. Hillas,'Jun., C. Cowper, and F. Sewel I.. Bligh.- 4 Lots, 2760, acres, by .G. Druitt." Brisbane.--4 Lots, 4190.acres, by J. Burton,;iW H. Clarke, and W..C. Wehttworth. Camden.-1 Lot, 500 acres, by.J. Tooth. + Cumberland. -2 Lots,,150 acres, by J.J Pike.; Durham.-14 ois, 10,111. acres, by G. Towns: bend, W. C. Roemer, arid J. Black.: Murrray.-5 Lots, 4580 acres, by E. Cox, J'1.. Coulson, J. R. Styles. Northiumberland.-4- Lots, .200 acres; by J. Hall: oway, J..Warner; Maria Scott,,and J. Milsom. Phillip.-3 Lots, 25-0 acres, by. J. .R Tindal, Jun.; and J. Tindal. Roxburglh.-3 Lots,' 2350 acres, by S Terry, D.: M. Irving, G. Suttor:. Wellington .1 Lot, 640 acres, by W. Reeves. ' 'tqARTEa. ? BSS o NS. NOTIC...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. LETTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
TO;THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY, SMONITOR.. : ,LETTER VIL Si i-In youir letter headed,' " Infidelity-how b?~i? prevented," you have been pleased to ;comn? t?)lljint me amongst other designations .with :that ol'flbeing'&lt;ne'of the Old School in religiotis sen timints..' After this, I feel it a most ungracious task' to comment upon the vague and contra dictory 'sentiments you have expressed in that :production; for I am certain that the nearer we 'approach the fountain head in Religious truth, the purer will be our principles and our creed; and' that there can be no comparison between the liholy zeal and the self-denying practice of the early Christians, and the cold and senseless pro fession and temporizing conduct of the New School of Christians,-" who have indeed a formn O 'godliness, but not the power,'---who would fefine away the plainest truths of Christianiity for which the old school of Christians died 'and bled, meanly courting the favour of a world against which %hey n...
Religious Intelligence. ON THE STATE OF RELIGION IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
er~igiotI0 lptelligence. . ON TH-E STATE OF RELIGION .IN FRANCE. '[vnFRO TIE CHRISTIAN 'ODBSERVE?R.] THE RevlRtichard Burgess, the Chaplain':tto.the English Congregation at Geneva, and alteinately at Rome, writes:- . Amidst.. the changes and innovations which are daily occurring in humnan institutions, and whilst the just judgments of God:are exhibited in.the face of civilized Europe, it is the peculiar privilege of the true,Christian to look with humble confidence to these things. as to ".the signs of the. times" which an-. nounce!a new era ink the'histoiry of Christ's kingdom upon earth. ',In France especially, the hand of God in preparing,, his own: way. is visibly displayed; and since the; Revolution of " July 1830; has :opened ithe way for a free circulation to the Scriptures. : The Reformation may be said to ,have begun:- The in-: cred;ble; number' of:Bibles :and Testaments which have been sold from dep6ts in Paris, Frankfort, :and other places; :the number of chapels. opened ...
Select Poetry. THE LILY OF THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
-.***.• THE LILY OF THE VALLEY. BY RICHARD MANT, D.D. BISHOP OF DOWN AND CONNOR. FAIR flower, that lapt in lowly glade: '-Dost hide beneath the greenwood shade,; Than whom the vernal gale S'None fairer'wakes on bank or spray, Our England's Lily of the May, Our Lily of the vale ! - Art thou that "' Lily of the.field,; . Which, when the Saviour sought to shield i Thehieart fromi llank despair,. He show'd to our ioistrustfil kind, An emble into the thoughtful mind' Of God's paternal care ? ~Not thus I trow; for brighter shine ;.Tr the warm:skies of Palestine : Those children of the.East ! There, when mild autumn's early.rain Descends' on: parch'd Esdrela's plain; And Tabor's oak-girt crest; More frequent than the host of night, Those earth-born stars,.as sages write,. . ,''Their brilliant disks unfold; Fit symbol of imperial state . Their sceptre-seeming forms elate, : And crowns of burnish'd gold.. But not the less, sweet springtide's flower, Dost thou display the Maker's power,. His ...
English Extracts. THE CHURCH LORD STANLEY'S PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
T-IE CHURCH LORD- STANLEY'S PETITION. [r oar +'HE OGLOBE, WHEN Lord Grey some time since recommended the clergy of the church .' to set their house in order," he :gave them advice'which even BishopiPhilpotts may .regret, has not .been sooner followed. T he truest Sfriends of the establishment begin to admit that it'I as but' short-sighted. policy to cling to its abuses until the eleventh hour,; and that a reform now' forced.upon them..by necessity will be a little sharper than it might have been, had. they earlier and more willingly under taken.it themselves. The events of the last few days have exhibited -the uncontrolable 'necessity of refor nation. . Some prominent defects have been exposed, .and'many of .the warmest friends of the church are at,.length, and 'wisely,, the most anxious. to put an immediate end to a state of things pregnant with as yiuch. real danger to the. establishment as it is dis graceful aud injurious to religion itself. Last night (May 23) Mr. Heathcote gave...
THE LATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
' `THE LATE ELECTIONS. . FroiM THE suN. NOTWITHSTANDING the positive assertions to the con trary of the Conservatives, Lord J. Russell has been ret ed member for Stroud. What will the squad say o this? .Will they adduce it as another proof:of re-action; or modestly acknowledge that they have been mistaketi in their calculations ? Let them. say what else they will,, there .is one thing they cannot say-namely; that they have not striven: their utmost to prevent his Lordship's return.. First they selected Mr. Mildmay, then. Mr.: Ricardo, as an opponent; but finding that,neither had the slightest prospect of success, they. gave up the contest in sheer despair; and, lby so doing, have paid a far higher compliment to the. electors', of Stroud', than they did to, those of South Devonshire'.. Lord John Russell's speech on his nomination, is every way' wNorthy of him. He promises, it will be seen, a.full and prompt corpora tion reform; and .lashes.'the tergiversation of. the T'ories on this ...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
S FREIGHTS. To London-Wool, id. to i ld. per lb.; oil, S3. 10s. per tun; timber, 31. O1s. per load, flax, 4: to 41, 10s. per ton. To Liverpool-Ditto ditto. : To Hobart Town and Launceston-l1. 5sa to , 11 10s. per ton. To Swan River--l. 10s. to 21. per ton,: To New-Zealand and the South Sea Islands:21. 2to 21. 10s. per ton.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
'SPIRITS AND ,TOBACCO. U. Stock on hand 3rd Instant-B.P. 'rum, 89,819 gallons; brandy, 37,282 gallons; gin, 32,503 gal lons; other spirits, 14,316 gallons; tobacco, 153,830 pounds. .Received during the week-B. P. rum, 509 gal lons; tobacco, 2105 pounds. :' Delivered for home, consumption-B.P. 'rum, 4222 gallons ; brandy, 527 gallons; gin,599 gallons; other spirits, 138 gallons; tobacco, 1350 pounds, Delivered for exportation-gin, 9 gallons; tobacco 58 pounds. Stock on hand, 10th instant-B.P.: rum, 86,106 gallons; b'randy, 36,755 gallons; gin, 31,895 gal lons; other spirits, 14,178 gallons; tobacco, 154,527 gallons.
Markets. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 15 October 1835
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. THE supply of vegetables continues limited, Potatoes 14s. to 16s. per cwt., cabbages 3s. per dozen, turnips 2d per bunch, carrots 3d per ditto, asparagus 9d per ditto, radishes Id. per ditto. Poultry was scarce- Fowls 3s 6d to 4s per couple, ducks 4s to 4s 6d per ditto, geese 6s to 7s per ditto, turkeys 7s to 8s per ditto. Salt beef 3Jd per lb., ditto tripe 3d ditto pork 6d to 7d per lb., bacon is per ditto, hams is Id' to is 2d per ditto, cheese 6d to 7d per ditto. Butter, a short supply, (salt) 2s 6d per lb., fresh ditto, 39 eggs, Is Id to is 3d per dozen. Oranges Is to 1s 21 per dozen, lemons, is 6d to 2s per ditto. Bread 7Td per 21b loaf. Soap candles 9d per lb. Beef' per carcase 21d per lb., mutton per ditto 3d ditto, both per joint, 4d to 4?d per ditto. Oaten hay 101. to 121. per ton. Wheat straw 21s to 25s per load, maize 8's to 9s. per bushel. Eight hundred bushels of wheat have been pur chased at the Granaries this week, at from 12s.to 12s 6d per bushel o...