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Coastwise from the 12th to the 19th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Coastwise from the 12r/i to the 19th instant, inclusive. INWARDS.' CEYLON, 11 tons, Melville, Hawkesbury, sundriet. SOPHIA JANE, 156 lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. ALICE, 20 tons, Clavel!. Bungary Norah, cedar. ALEXANDER M'LEAY, 39 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries. JOHN, 8 tons, Christy, Hawkesbury, grain. SALLY, 17 tons, Brown, Illawarra, cedar. LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. WILLIAM, 12 tons, Robinson, Illawarra, cedai. MONITOR,20 tons, Smith, Newoastle, coals. LINNET, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries. BEE. 14 tons. Sparks, Illawarra, cedar. SHAMROCK, 30 tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals. MARY ANN, 8 tons, Webber, Hawkesbury, grain. MARY ANN, 8 tons, Williams, Wollongong, cedar. FANNY, 25 tons, Baker,Illawarra, cedar.

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, DECEMBER 26th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, DECEMBER'26th, Í831. -+ t(Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE public at large will learn with satisfaction, that the system of contract,' which has been for many years in force in some departments under .Government, is to be earned into operation in every other department of the public offices, which will admit of competition by tender. Those offices that have hitherto furnished the most snug and delectable retreats for Jobs of every description, hidden from the light of day, and whose agents have felt the benefit of concealment from the eyes of the public, and the power of Government itself, will no longer form hiding places for abuses beyond the possibility of correc- tion. The community will then be sa- tisfied that the line of economy which Government professes to patronise, will be adopted in earnest in ali its, details ; and that every man who can afford to dis- pose of his goods or his labour at the cheapest rate, shall meet with perfect fair-...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-PRINCE REGENT, 3Qf tons, George Bunn agent, 1st January. South Seas-TIGRESS, 192 tons, A. Mossman agent, this day. Hobart Town-ELIZABETH, 427 tons, R. Jones agent, Sltt instant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. " Sydney ,p.Quarter58.--SingleNumberald. country,(post.included) 6s 3d p.Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s (¡d', and Id each, for all above-; for every insertion.

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Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No. 32.) December 16, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Government Order: Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No. 32.) December 16, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that His Majesty has been graciously pleased to appoint Edward Mac- dowell, Esquire, to be Solicitor-General of the Colony of New South Wales, in the room of the late John Sampson, Esq., und that Mr. M'Dowell arrived on the 14th instant. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. r _

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Vessels entered outwards from the 12th to the 19th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Vesaeis entered outwards from the 12th to the 19th Instant, inclusive. Dec. 12.-ADMIRAL GIFFORD, 43 tons, Edward Byers agent, New Zealand, -16.-HARLEQUIN, 71 tons, J. Learmouth agent, Hobart Town. -IWrRRBlI'V. Oin «nu», Ct-.".öo O....» "a«,"t. London. -17.-SURRY, 461 tons, Lamb St Co. agents, London. -CUIIRENCY LASS, 90 tons, Henry Donnison agent, New Zealand. j

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 12th to the 19th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

EXPORTS. . Vessels cleared from the 12th to the i9ih Instant, inclusive. TIGRRE3S (brig) 192 tons, Barber master, for the South Seas, fishery stores. CURRBNCY LASS (schooner) 90 tons, Buckle master, for New Zealand, 1 case muskets, IO barrels gunpow- der, 1 cask flints, 1 box pipes, 1 cask hardware, 1 bundle slops, 1 puncheon rum, 1 kegs tobacco, and . stores.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the [?] the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 12th to the 19th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. -? Sydney General Trade LyöSf^ Compiled and Published under the the Customs. -'fär/ " 50/ > IMPORTS, jj^j hj Reports from the 12/A io iAe 4çm Instit, inclusive. '} --' I r> Deo. 14.-BUSSORAH MARCHANT Moncrief master, fiom Dublin, A :\e/l&parK"i tor ( ? male prisoners and Government StoresT,\ \j ¡ ir -> -lQ.-&ritArHFIEU>3AV (shipJ.UJOAtons, li«r</ rison master, from Hobart Town, 'Mearen agents, in ballast. '.V5 v"-^c>>

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CAPE EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

CAPE EXTRACTS. By the Conch, returned last week from Mada- gascar, having completed her trip in about two months, '.letters have received in town from that Island, from which we leam that '.lie government of the Queen, the widow of Madama, is firmly established ; the country is in a slate of profound peace, and the people appear lo be us much attached us ever to a friendly inter- course with the English. The French squadron have captured the Por- tuguese ship, the Augustus Casar, willi a cargo valued at £500,000, from the li.xst Indies, which was Imme- diately dispatched to Brest. ARRIVAL IN TABLE BAY, SEPT. 28.-Brenda, brig, It. Rowcastle, from Liverpool July 6, to this port. Cargo, sundries.-Passengers. Kev. W. and Miss Robin- son, and servant. Messrs. M'Kee, .1 Manifolds, Guver, Rowland, and Hope, Mesds. M'Kee and Manifold, 7 children, and 6 servants. In the fcteerage, «J men, 3 women, and 8 children.-Mr. J-. Janion died at sea.

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HOBART TOWN NEWS. (From the Courier, Dec. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

HOBART TOWN NEWS. (From the Courier, Dec. IO.) Arrived on Wednesday, the 7th instant, the barque Auriga, 230 tons, Cu'pt. F. E. Chalmers, from London (ith August, having put into St. Jago for re- freshment, with a general cargo of merchandize. The Platina, Captain Wilson, with goods for Hobart Town direct, had sailed from London 25th July, and Portsmouth the 1st of August. The Lang, Sutherland, was spoke by a vessel for London otf the Western islands, and was passed by I the Auriga in the Eugii.sh channel, coming out. The Mary, Turcan ;' the Sovereign, M'Kellar, and the Carultne, Parker, wem uli ir.oA.na tot- Svdn«v. wi.~ t,.:«« ..c»iii:ai continued steady at 5s. Od., though very little, owing io the boistetous and showery 'weather, has been brought to town during the week. There is no maize, oats, or barley in the market.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

DIARY. Memoranda for the preaent Week. " SUN Hi gh Tide December. Calendar. 1 rises I sets I morn I even 26 | M | St. Stephen,:.f 4 52 | 7 8 f I 15 } 2 55 27 | TI St, John,.1 4 52 , 7 B 1 2 30 f 3 C S» | W | Innocents.| 4 52 | 7 8 | 3 33 j 4 5 Lord ¡stafford execu cuted, 1680........... 4 52 30 *ias%ff^"iHr 815 4°e " 31 | S | Silvstr. Bhve. b. 166B. j 4 53 | 7 7 j C 40 | 7 2i> January._ 1 | S | Circumcwion,.| 4 53 | 7 7 ¡7 55 | 8 36 Last Quarter 2f5th day, 15 minutes past 10 morning.'

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. JULY 18th.-In the House of Commons a vote was proposed of a £120,000, for defraying the expenses at New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land. Mr. Hume objected to the vote, because the Secretary of the Colonies hud not produced a clear statement of ac- counts. Lord Howick said that the renton why the accounts had not been so made up was, thnt they had not been received from New South Wales. Mr. Robert- son thought that a Colonial Budget would he attend- ed with considerable advantage, and he bore his testi- mony to the very great degree of labour there was in the Colonial Office. Mr. Maberly hoped that the Noble Lord at the head of that department, would lay before Parliament a Budget. Mr. Warburton thought it was the duty of the Secretaries of tl'e Colonies to make out accounts of the expenses, so that it might be seen ex- actly how they stood. lie trusted that grants of land would not be given to persons (however high they might be) connected with Government, in the...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December [?] [?]. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December íuriSMí ".-« TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS it hath been represented to the Governor, that on the 10th instant, the body of a woman of the name of Mary Smith, was found in a well on the premises of Mat- thew Charlton, in Prince street, Sydney, under cir- cumstances which leave no doubt of the said Mary Smith having been wilfully murdered by some per* son or persons unknown. His Excellency, for the better apprehending and bringing to justice the person or persons concerned in the Murder, is hereby pleased to offer a Pardon for the said Offence to any of them (except a principal in the commission of the crime) who shall discover his Accomplice or Accomplices therein; and also to offer a Reward of Twenty Pounds to any Person, ex- cept as aforesaid, who shall discover the said Offender or Offenders. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Hobart Town, on Monday, the barque Strathficldsay, Captain Harrison, in ballast. Passeugers, Lieutenant-Colonel Shelton, 44th Regiment; John Ross, Esq., Surgeon, R. N. ; Captain M'Phers^n, 17th Regiment; Mrs. M'Pherson, and" 4 children ; 32 non-commis- sioned officers and privates, 2 women, 4 chil- dren ; Maria Newton and Patrick Dunn, pri- soners. From Port Stephens, ou Wednesday, the cutter Lambton. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. From India via Hobart Town, on Saturday, the barque Flora. i DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Sunday week, the barque Integtity. For New Zealand, on Tuesday last tile schooner Currency Lass. For the sperm fishery, on Wednesday, the brig Tigress. For Norfolk Island, on Thursday, the schooner Ina betta. For Newcastle, on Friday night, the steamer Sophia Jane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Impounding Advertisement. IMPOUNDED, in the District of Evan, nine miles north of Penrith, on the 6th Instant, by Thomas Frost, one black cow, aged, branded MR off hip, underneath J C, and on the near hip O, off ear silt; one yellow and white bullock, branded M near side ; one dark brown bullock, branded EL near »ide, and underneath ca, a piece off the right ear. [13s- 6d.] At Liverpool, on the !8th instant, hy Waltet Shutt, a black mare, about H£ hands high, branded on the near shoulder P, a few white spots on the neck, near side, and under the saddle on both sides, swish tail,-{4s. 8d.] On the Cowpa-tnre Hoad, sit miles I from Liverpool, on the I8l.li instant, by John Burrows, I a chesnut colt, white down the face, appears lo be about two years old, no bland, long tail and a narrow stripe from the star down the nose-[4s. ßd.] On the Liverpool Road, on the Ultli instant, by F- Meredith, one red and white spotted bullock, branded willi a triangular maik; one red sided bullock, down ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

Publio Notice. Colonial Secretary'^ Office, Sydney, December 17, 1031. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom during til« la«, week, viz. Baring 2, James Uendarson ; Guildford 5, Roheit Newshum; Hooghleyi, William Dempsey ; Isabctla I, James Kemp, Hugh M'Mahon; Lonach, Wilhaijj Cleary; Mellish, William Marbi»; Midai 1, Jane Milne : Minstrel 1, Joseph Palmer, Charles Wall ; Norfolk t, George Cleat alias Webb, John Whittle; Sir Godfrey Webster 3, John Dclnny, Richard Fitz- patrick. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. Publio Notice Colomái Secretary's Office, Sydney/ December 17» 1831. THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following penong have been cancelled for the reasons set against their respective Barnes, viz : Glory-James Sommers, stolen property in hil pos- session. Grenada4-Mary Gannon, gross imposition. Guildford 7-Samuel Phelps, insolence. Hadlow I-Joseph Smith, absence from district, and neglect of muster. Henry Porcher-Edwar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE Ship. PRINCE REGENT, CHARLES MALLARD, R. N. Commander, is now laid on for London, and has part of her Cargo on board. She -will be dispatched in all the month of December next ; has very superior accommodations for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon, For freight or passage, apply to the Commander oh board ; or, to v GEO. BUNN, 98, George~atreet. Sydney, 19th October, 18311 FOR LONDON DIRECT, THE well known. fast-sailing Ship SURRY, 461 Tons Register, CHARLES KEMP Commander. This Ship having been recently in the Service .of the Honorable East India Company, was nearly rebuilt under the' inspection of their Surveyors, and may now he considered equal tom » vessel. As the cargo of Sperm OÜ just arrived in the Cape Packet Is about to be transhipped to the Surry, f>he ?will be one of the first ships for England ; and having orlop beams and great space betwixt decks, PI ax and Wool will be kept entirely distinct from the OIL. Her accommodations are exc...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE On Saturday last EDWARD MACDOWELL, Esq. was sworn in before His Honor the Chief Justice, at tlie Supreme Court Office, as Solicitor General of the Colony of New South Wales. CORONER'S INQUEST.-On Sunday week, an Inquest was convened at the Whaler's Arms, Darling Harbour, on the body ot a seaman named Henry Morgan, belonging to the barque Elizabeth, who fell overboard the previous even- ing, while in a state of intoxication. The Jury returned a verdict of-" Accidentally drowned. -It is somewhat surprising, that punishment cannot be inflicted upon lamp breakers ; bind- ing them to the peace, being the only punishment, if it can be so called, that is enforced against them.-On the evening of Sunday, Mullins, the conductor, was alarmed by the cries of mur- der ! robbery ! &c, proceeding from a house in O'Connell-street ; on proceeding to the spot, he found the mistress, a Mrs. Roberts, holding an African, who it appeared had helped himself to some loose half...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

& **. it MASONIC. *>2# THE AUSTRALIAN No. 260, WILL CONGREGATE at their LODGE ROOMS, "ST. JOHN'S TAVERN,'» George-street,on theS7th Instant, tocelebrato the ANNIVERSARY of " ST. JOHN," the Evangelist; when the Lodge will be opened at High Twelve, ac- cording to Pristine Form. The Brethren will re-assemble at half-past Five o'Clock, and dine in open Lodge. Samuel Clayton, Worshipful Matter. VISITORS ARE INVITED. ' N. B.-Dinner to be on the Table at Six o'Clock. AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. ARRANGEMENTS having been made for carrying into full operation the sys- tem of Education to be pursued in this Insti- tution, immediately after the Christmas llolydays, Classes in the following Departments, will be opened in Mr. UNDERWOOD'S Buildings, Church-hill, on Monday, the Sud January next. I.-English Department, comprising English, English Grammar, Elocution, Geography, with the use of the Globes and History. Rev. W. Pinkerton.' S.-Commercial Department, comprising Writing, Arithmetic, Boo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831

WITHOUT BE SERVE, BY MR. S. LYONS, On Friday, the 30th Instant, at 11 o'clock, at the Stores of Mr. JOSEPH WYATT, Pitustreet, ENGLISH Prints, sheeting and shirt- ing, calicoes, Men's and Women's white cotton . hose, brown, white, and coloured cotton half, hoie, linen and cotton bedtick, white shirts, quilting ' waistcoats, Children's and Women's lace caps, Urliiigs thread lace, Children's frock bodies, lace collars, Welsh flannel, white connterpanes, llj blankets, white and fancy drills, black and coloured silk and gauze handkerchiefs, 4.4ths and 6-4ths bobbin thread nelt, Men's and Boy's black hats, reel and ball cotton, filled | cotton boxes,"pins, tape, shoe ribbon, playing cards, pearl shirt buttons, silver , thimbles, black, white, brown, and coloured thread.' TERMS.-All purchasers under £30, cash ; £30 and upwards approved Bills at 3 month». AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE A MEETING OF THE SHARE- HOLDERS OF THIS INSTI- TUTION, and of other Friends of Education in Sydney, and its Vicinity, ...

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