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Vessels entered outwards, from the 25th ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Vessels entered outwards, from the 25th tilt, to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. 26.—Juno, 212 tons, Richard Jones agent, New Zealand. 27.—Active, 105 tons, Camp- bell & Co. agents, New Zealand. Queen Char- lotte, 120 tons, Campbell & Co. agents, New Zealand. 29.—Kains, 353 tons, George Bunn agent, Hobart Town.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 21st April, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 21st April, 1831. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct that the annexed ABSTRACT of the REVENUE of the Colony of New South Wales, and of its appropriation, for the Year 1830, shall be published for general information. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.   ABSTRACT OF THE REVENUE OF THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AND OF ITS APPROPRIATION, FOR THE YEAR 1830. RECEIPTS. ORDINARY REVENUE. ("on Spirits imported.£66,788 li 21 Duties-! on Spirits distilled in the Colony. 710 7 6| ton Tobacco imported Advalorem Duty of 5 per Cent, on Goods of Foreign Produce, imported. Wharfage . Light House Dues. Fees on the Registration, and Entry and Clearance of Vessels ; and on Permits. Post Office Collections. Auction Duties, and Licenses to Auctioneers. Licenses to retail Malt and other Spiiituous Liquors , Rents of Tolls, Ferries, and Market Dues. Rents of Government Buildings and Gardens. Proceeds of L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

French Revolution. ON SALE at the Australian Sta- tionery Warehouse, George-street, a few copies   of the following highly interesting Work, viz :— FULL ANNALS. OF THE French Revolution of 1830. BY WILLIAM HONE. Illustrated with Portraits and Wood Cuts, relating to that important event. Price Five Shillings. PARRAMATTA. HENRY WHITAKER, Chemist, Druggist, and Dealer in Groceries, &c. BEGS respectfully to acquaint his Friends, and the Public, that he has removed to   his new Residence, further up George-street, opposite Mrs. Walker's Hotel. H. W. embraces this opportunity of returning thanks for past favors, and hopes by supplying genuine arti-     cles at moderate prices, to merit a continuance of their   kind support. George street, April 23, 1831. To Artists and Surveyors. JUST OPENED, AND ON SALE at H. COHEN'S, nexl to Mr. Hyam, Boot Maker, No. 7, George-street, a small Assortment of Brookman and Langdon's DR...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. On Sunday last, the 2d May, the barque Ea- mont, Captain Walmsley, from Deal, whence she sailed the 2d December, with merchandize. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the cutter Lord Liverpool. For Port Macquarie, on Tues- day last, the schooner Sarah. For New Zea- land, on Thursday last, the barque Vittoria ; same day, for the same place, the brig Argo ; same day, for the same place, the brig Juno. For the same place, on Friday last, the schooner Sydney Packet. For Hobart Town, same day, the brig Celia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

For Sale by Auction. The Sydney Estates of the late John Thomas Camp- bell, Esq., Member of Council, &c. &c. &c.   TWO MANSIONS, AND A COTTAGE WITH THREE STREET FRONTAGES. BY MR. BODENHAM, On the premises, at the corner of Macquarie, Hunter, and Philip streets, on Friday, the 13th of May, at 12 o'clock precisely. MR. BODENHAM has the honor to notify, that in pursuance of instructions re-   ceived by Mr. Manning, from the heir at law, of the late John Thomas Campbell, Esq. Member of the Legislative Council, he will bring to the hammer the whole of the Town Properties of that gentleman, in lots suited to meet the views of officers, gentlemen, and capitalists. The order of sale will proceed as follows :— Lot 1.—That capital Mansion, with garden, siuated at the corner of Macquarie and Hunter-streets late in the occupation of Mr. Justice Stephen ; the house contains 9 rooms ; the out offices consist of an excel- lent four stall stable, co...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 19th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 9th, 1831. ——o—— "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." We have given, in a previous column, an abstract, published by authority, of the receipts and disbursements of the colonial revenue of New South Wales, for 1830, exclusive of the large sums voted by the House of Commons, for conducting the affairs of the Colony, of which no account has been published. This we think might have been done along with the present ac- count, as such publication could not in- jure an honest appropriation, and would have given greater satisfacton to the pub- lic, who are but too apt to ascribe bad motives where mystery is observed, par- ticularly in money affairs. We cannot help observing, that an account also of the immense Commissariat expenditure that must necessarily arise, in so large an es- tablishment, would be gratifying to the public, and, we have no doubt, honorable to the parties concerned. Much as we desire to commend this ab- stract, we cannot give it unquali...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 25th ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. ———o——— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 25th ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. April 28.—Admiral Gifford (schooner) 43 tons, LIDDELL master, from New Zealand, ED- WARD BYERS agent, 9 tons of flax, 3 hogsheads of pork, 1 ton potatoes, T. Hyndes ; 49 mus- kets, T. H. James. 29.—Red Rover (ship) 372 tons, CHRYSTIE master, from Hobart Town, LAMB & Co. agents, 52 tons salt, 200 chests, 100 half chests, hyson, skin tea, 19 kegs tobacco, 15 cases muskets,     Jones ; 550 kangaroo skins, 2733 bars iron, 400   bundles hoop iron, Order. May 2.—Fame (brig) 202 tons, WATSON   master, from Hobart Town, J. McLAREN & CO. agents, 3 bales carpeting, 1 bale woollens, R. How ; 5 hogsheads, and 14 lons cast iron goods, 1 bale woollens, 1 case apparel, J. McLaren & Co. ; 4 bales woollens, 1 bale table covers, R. Jones ; 10 tierces ...

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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Police Incidents. Tuesday, May 3, 1831.—Margaret Williams, for being groggy and it was strongly suspected all was not right in the upper stories, was ordered to be returned to government, and in future to be assigned only to the Arcadian plains of the interior. Mary Wilson, outrageously mad, and disturbing the family at midnight by her howls, and divers other irregularities, was ordered to to be returned to govern- ment. Catherine Kinsella, for obstructing the waters in the gutters, and reposing in them, was sentenced for one month to the third class in the factory. Kate Pitt, drunk, riotous, and milling her fellow ser- vants, was sentenced to learn manners in the third class of the factory for six weeks. Mary Burn, for being constantly drunk, and follow- ing the avocation of a common prostitute, sen- tenced to be confined in the gaol for one month, and there to be employed in such hard labour as might be awarded her. Honora Higgins, for being so stultified with her li- bations to t...

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Multum in Parvo. (From English Papers to the 13th Dec.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Multum in Parvo.   ——o—— (From English Papers to the 13th Dec. ) A Prospectus has been issued respecting the formation of a railway from London to Brighton ; it is intended that the line should commence at St. Mark's Church, Kennington-common, and terminate at the entrance of the town of Brighton, the estimated expence is £650,000 to be raised in shares of £100 each.—The clergy of Belgium are said to be very active in rendering the name of Nassau odious, we think it would be much more to their credit, if they were to contine themselves strictly to their clerical pursuits.—The news of the French Revolution reached Rio de Janeiro on Septem- ber 24th. ; His Imperial Majesty had ordered that no more foreign Colonists should be ad- mitted into his dominions, unless they entered into a certain contract.—Election by Ballot is making rapid advances in the opinion of the British public.—Reductions of the Salaries of Custom House Officers.—Individuals receiving less than £200 per...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE LANDHOLDERS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Original Correspondence. TO THE LANDHOLDERS OF NEW SOUTH WALLS Gentlemen,—In reference to a letter which appeared in the "Sydney Herald" signed Bacchus, stating that what I have asserted as the cause of the blight in the grape vine is a new theory, and that the means 1 have suggested to prevent it, are utterly inadequate for that purpose. I am induced to offer a few additional re- marks upon that subject, to explain the causes of the blight in the grape vines in any situations they may be placed, and which, I hope, will be sufficient to con- vince Mr. Bacchus, as well as the public, that although he may be a good judge of wine, he certainly is not by any means a vegetable physiologist. I am no wild speculator, nor do I offer remarks on subjects with which I am unacquainted. I was brought up to gar- dening from my infancy. I was educated under the first professional men in that capacity, which England and Scotland have produced. Ever since, I have had as much Practice as most men, an...

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Omniana. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Omniana, The Presbytery of the Scotch Church, London, met on the 30th November, at the Scotch Church, Lon- don-wall, the Rev. A. B. Taylor in the chair, when the Report of the Committee appointed to examine the work of the Rev. E. Irving, on " Christ's Hu- manity" was brought up and read by the Rev. J. Crombie. The report which was comprehensive and temperate, charged Mr. Irving with holding the Sa- viour guilty to a certain extent of sin, and denying by implication the doctrines of atonement, satisfac- tion, imputation, and substitution. These charges were substantiated by quotations from the work itself, and confronted with passages in the Scriptures, the Con- fession of Faith, and the Assembly's Catechisms, but were warmly rejected by Mr. Hamilton, brother ín-law of Mr. Irving. The Report was received and ordered to be laid on the table till next Meeting of the Pres- bytery.   The Duke of Wellington's original patronymic is Colley or Cowley. In the early part of the ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

Domestic Intelligence. The roads between Liverpool and Sydney were so heavy from the late rains, that the Royal Mail was obliged to come into town with six horses on Monday.—Monday last being the first day of term, the Supreme Court was opened by Mr. Justice Dow- ling, and adjourned to the 16th instant—On Monday last a full attendance of the Turf Club and otlurs in- terested in the meeting assembled at Cummings, to consider whether the races were to be held on Wed-   nesday, when it was unanimously carried, that they   should be postponed until Wednesday week, inconse- quence of the unfavourable state of the weather. Some say a misunderstanding among the Members has     given rise to the postponement.—The late heavy rains have carried away the bridge across the South   Creek, which has caused considerable delay to per- sons wishing to come to town from that part ol the country.—A respite was received in gaol on Satur- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 May 1831

CHEAP PRINTING. IN DRAWING THE ATTENTION of their Friends, and the Public in general, to the   following List of Prices, STEPHENS, STOKES, & McGARVIE wish to express their thanks for the support they have received since their commencement as Printers, and to assure their Patrons that they can perform every description of Letter Press Printing in a very superior manner, and to any extent, as they possess experience, material, and desire to give satisfaction. The greatest attention shall be paid to future Orders, which are re- quested to be sent to their Printing Office, Redman's-court, George-street, Sydney. Per 100. Per 1000. Cards, 3rd large, 1½ inch by 3 inches 3s. 6d. . . . £1 10s. small, 2 " 3½ " 5s. 0d. . . . £2 0s. large, 3 " 4½ " 8s. 0d. . . . £3 10s. Circulars, gilt-edge paper, fly leaf, 9s. 0d. . . . £3 0s. Every thing else proportionably cheap. AN APPRENTICE WANTED to the PRINTING BUSINESS. Apply at the   Office of this Paper. &nbs...

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOME- TER, during the paît Week, in Sydney, al 6 in the morning, at noon, and at 6 «'Clock in the evening. Mon. 6 a. m F «'.-o 55 >i »v -o w -o 6 p. rn. Fair 58 SW Tues. 3 a. m I i-<> 50 -W IÎ7JOOW Fim 60 SW i p. m. Fair 51 SW Wed. i rt. in. It »ii«} 53 SW -o - I2 7í00rt Fair 64 S -o 6 p m Fair ö<l S fluirá 3 a. m. Fine 48 W -o 12 »ion n Fine 62 SW Ö p. m. Fine 58 SW Friday 6 n. m. Fine 48 w -o 12 noon Fine 66 W Op. m Fine 58 I W Sut. ñ at m Fair W 2 von Fine 68 calm -o 6 p. rr< Fair 60 SE Fair 46 W -o 2 noon, Fair 60 SE > P Fair 6t E m. Mean Tempeiature, 59. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, FREDERICK M1ÇHAELSTOKES, AND WILLIAM M'GARVIE, (Sole Proprietor!.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NKW SOUTH "WALES.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

DIARY. I Memoranda for the present Week. SUN High Tide. May Calendar. I rises I sett I morn I even 16 | M | Rattle Alhueia IBU. | 6 55 | 5 fi | 11 11 U27 Uailclittc library loundcd, 17:17. 6 56 S 4 U 45 0 0 Bonaparte declared r ,, - - n ," I " "" Emperor, 1814. 6 57 0 3 0 10 | 0 30 Dunstiiu. Anne ho- les n belid. Ifi36. 6 58 5 2 1 6 I 33 gn I K I C. Üoiiiiel d 17'J3. | 0 5U | 5 I | 2 0 | 2 28 21 I ti I 17 0 I 5 0 1 2 ¿jj I Ï38 ,? 7 1 4 5(J 4 5 4 36 c I Whil Min. I'unctss ! a I lloinhiirgli b. Firt quarter, 19th, 17 minutes past 2 morning.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.     In reply to "Clericus," we beg to observe, that as we are conscious of having done our duty, we cannot deviate from the line we have laid down for our guidance. We differ from him in in his other remark, and assure him that   true Religion needs no crutches, it can stand of itself. "Ajax" is harmless, the "Sydney Merchant" has a sevenfold shield as well as he. We have inserted part of "A Subscriber's" letter, although very well and poetically written, its entire insertion would have occupied too much room ; we thank him, but request him not to envelope his communications, as they cost us double postage. Our Correspondents are requested to condense their letters, or we must either omit their pub- lication, or curtail them.  

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Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market {Sterling) Prices. £ t. d. Ale, English..doz 0 l8 6 Colonial gall. 0 6 0 Arrow Root....lb. 0 10 Beer, English, gull. Ü 4 0 Colonial "020 Biscuit,. .per cwt. 0 16 0 Blankets, Col. p.pr 0 IO 0 Blue.lb. 0 2 0 Iii ead, 21b loaf_0 0 3¿ Butter, fresh. 0 1 o salt. 0 1 3 Candles.mou:ds,.lb 0 0 y Dips. 0 0 54 Caltle,Bullocks,lld 16 0 Working do.. 2 0 o Cows ...lid. 1 5 0 do. in milk "COO Calves_"080 Sheep-"0 4 9 Pigs., 0 10 0 roasting.. 0 4 0 Cheese, English lb 0 1 g Colonial.. 007 Cloth,PHI ramui.yd 0 1 .1 CiTec, ground ..lb O I 6 Rggs, per doz.0 1 6 Flax, NewZea .Um22 0 ü Hour, lOOibs. fine Suds. Barker-16-, Od-13s Od Cooper.... I3s Od-11s Od Duilg.Mill.14i fid-11s 6d Dixon ....Us Oil-Ils Od Guaid ....15s Od-13s Od Hull.16s Od -iSsOd Fruit,Oianges, doz. 0 0 9 lit-IIUIIIb, "004 Apples, "020 Glue.lb 0 10 Gruin,Wheal,Bush. 0 5 6 Maize,.. "033 Batley.. " 0 2 «j Oats.... " 0 0 0 Hny,Eng.->eed..ton 7 IO 0 Colonial .. " 3 0 0 Hides .lb...

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Robart Town News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

Hobart Town News. By the arrival of the Rifleman, we have re- ceived Hobart Town papers to the 7th instant, from which we extract the following news. The ship Eliza, 342 tons, Weddell, commander, arrived on the 2nd instant from London, 28th August, and Swan River 17th April, with mer- chandize and passengers. On the 3rd, the barque Gambia, 219 tons, B. Ireland, commander, from Mauritius, 3561 bags of sugar. The barque Integrity, Captain Ord, sailed from the Mauritius with a cargo for Sydney the same time as the Gambia. The ship Cornwallis, continues to make con- stant trips between the Cape and Swan River, importing horses, cattle and sheep, which fetch a good remunerating price, and are paid for in ready money. Accounts from Swan River are very favourable. A dreadful earthquake had been experienced in China, 12 large towns were involved in the catastrophe, and 1,000,000 of persons are sup- posed to have perished. An earthquake has occurred in Guatemala, which is entirely destroyed....

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FORM OF DEED. County. Acres. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

FORM OF DEED.     County. Acres. By His Excellency, Lientenant-General Ralph Darling, Captain General, and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies and Vice Admiral at the same, &c. &c &c. Be it known unto all Men by these presents, that   whereas His Excellency, Sir Thomas Brisbane, late   Governor ot the said Colony of New South Wales, was pleased, on behalf of His Majisty the King, to permit.......... , of........ , Settler, by a War-   rant dated the ......... day of ........ , One Thousand eight hundred and ........ , to purchase ....... Acres of Land, at the rate of .......... sterling an acre, Now therefore, in fulfillment of the said permission, and in consideration of the said ........... having duly paid on behalf of His said Majesty, the sum of ............ sterling, being the price of ............. acres, at the rate aforesaid, I, the said Lieutenant...

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831

Spirits and Tobacco.   Stock on hand 30th ultimo, P. P. rum, 31,092 gallons ; brandy, 58,160¾ gallons ; gin. 19,400 gallons ; other spirits, 8,842¾ gallons ; tobacco, 87,188¾lbs. Received during the week, B. P. rum, 5,090 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 3,065 gallons ; brandy, 801 gallons ; gin, 340¾ gallons ; tobacco, 3,341lbs. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 116 gal- lons ; brandy, 137 gallons ; other spirits, 104 gallons ; tobacco, 356lbs. Stock on hand 7th instant, B.P. rum, 33,001 gallons; brandy, 57,222¾ gallons ; gin, 19,059½ gallons ; other spirits, 8,738¾ gallons ; tobacco, 86,762¾lbs. May 9, 1831.

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