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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE " SYDNE Y MOItNING HERALD." METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 5TH TO 11TH SEPTEMBER, 1842. MOON S AGB. BAROMETER. ATTACHE» THERMOMETER. DETACHED THERMOMETER. MONDAY 5 TUESDAY 6 WEDNESDAY 7 THURSDAY 8 FRIDAY 9 SATURDAY IO SUNDAY 11 3> 8 19' A.M. 1 2 3 4 5 a 29*75 29*70 29*65 29*60 29*44 29*48 29*28 29*75 29*60 29*59 29*48 29*42 29*12 29*20 29*75 29*37 29*58 29*44 29*43 29*40 29*19 29*75 29*62 29*62 29*44 29*48 29*40 29*19 66 67*5 66 69 63 61 61 57 61 64 64*5 60 60 59 S3 58 59 60S 57 56 55 not^ notTOïf 6*03 0*35 0*02 S.S.W., S.E.byS.,S.byE. \V., W.N.W., N.N.E., S.by W. W., E., E.N.E., N.N.E., JW., W.N.W., N.W., S.E., E.N.E., \ N., NN.W., N., S.W., W. by S., S.W., S., S.byE., S..S.S.W. W., S.S.E., S. by E., S.S.W. W. by S., W.S.W., S.W., AV.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

oitioiifAi, coBVcsroivoawca. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. ' Gi.NiLr.jiLN,-I shall feel obliged by your insertion of the following remarks in reply to j your correspondent " Melanctlion'a ' ohser- j valions on the speech of the Bishop of Aus- j (ralia. The style ol Melancthpn is tempérât« -worthy of the name assumed : and I hope I to meet it in a corresponding spirit. But his statement of facts is not perfectly accurate ; while the Bishop of Australia's details as to the conduct pursued by the authorities nt Rome, at Naples, at Zillcrthnl, and ut the Havannah, can all be suppoitcd. _ First, as to Rome.-it is well known thnt since 1815, when the Popedsm was restored to its temporalities (in a great uiea.uire by English power and influence), there has been a constant access of English to the city : some as annual visitors, others as permanent residents. Until 1821- their efforts to obtain any ¿lace of worship at which their families could regular...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

I irawa rsoni TUB IVIOIOS. (Ti oin our various Con espondenh ) NEW LNGL\ND. 1 LiTTrps armed in town yesterday from this pint of the colonv, which state that sheep um) cattle »etc realising considerably higher prices than lnrmeily Our con espondeo t states til it he had sold 1000 ewes for £b00, at three mouths They had had a most f av oura ble winter for their stock, and at present there was every prospect of a heavy clip of wool, and c,ood ciops geneially

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WOOL CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

WOOL CIRCULAR. LONDON: 23ni> APRIL, lt>42.-This evening the public sales ol'colonial and other wciul, which commenced'on the 21st instant, fmisheil with the smile good spirit tiley began in, the whole going o(1'at full lust sales prices, and in some cases exceeding them,-the attendance of buyers as we 1 as the prices paid being greater than, under tho depressed state of our woollen nutniilncture, could huve been hoped for. The quantity otlered for sale, and the prices paid in proportion to quality and condition, for the Colonial, Spanish, and German, and other Wools, are ns follows, viz. : lÜSO íiales Van Diemen's Lund Wool,sold from (¡}d._ to Is. Did. per*lb. : 4 huies being very line L:imhs Wool, at 2<. per lb. 839 " Ca;e of Good Hope, 5(1. to Is. (¡Ad. per lb. ¡ a few very fine bales at Is. 8d. to Is. Dd.; and one beautiful ha'e of Lambs' in excellent condition, at Is. 10jd. 703 " Australian, ti J c1*, tj Is. iljd. 3!) " Port Phillip and Smith Australian, 8d. to ...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

WOtlfe »Ali c1. ACCOUNT Sales of 1G1 bales Australian Wooli by Thomas Southey and Sou, on 21st of Apiil, 1842 : lix Cu'a, from Sydney.-C&H, GC under- neath, 3 balas at Is. 4d., 2 (damaged) at 10d.; 7, N, 3 at Is. ad. ; " TS, 3 at Is. «d. ; " WTC, 1 at Is. 2d. ; DN, 5 nt lOjd.. 8 "t H>il., 3 (damaged) at Sid. ; WO, 5 at lid., 5 nt Hid.; " J in diamond, 1 at ll^d. Vessel not named.-S K, 4 at Is. 9d., 3 at Is. Sid.; "S, 1 at Is. Cd.; J N, 4 at Is. 4¿d. i I C, 3 at Is. Cid., 3 at Is. 5d.; At", 2 (lambs) fatj Is. 7d, ; li E, 1 at. Is. iii. RHD, 3 al Is. 4d.¡ FPW, la\\g. aid.; CGN, I 1 at Is, -ljd. ; G W, 1 nt Is. 2jd. ; F, 1 at Is. 4d. ; li in diamond, 2 atls. 4}d. ; C T, in oblong square, 2 at Is. 4id. ; U, in dia- mond, 2 at Is. 4Jd.; WE, 2 at Is. 1 id.; B T Y, 4 at Is. 3¿d. ; G N, 5 at Is. 3d., ; at Is. 2d., 10 at Is. Id., 2 (damaged) at 9jd. 5 C D, 5 at Isi, 8 at Hid.; C W D, 1 at Is. ; W O, Merton underneath, .1 at Is. Id. ; H P, 1 at 10d.; ABC, 3 at 11 d., 1 (damaged) at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

uAwcpsB&XiTOwir »zaxatxov. HP H E Subscribers are informed .?? that MB. D. L. SPIXLANE is appointed Agent for the Sydmy Morning Herald, in the Campbell- town, and also in those districts where he is appointed by the Govern- ment to collect Quit-rents, excepting where other agents reside. September 5. PERSONS sending Advertisements for insertion in this Journal, who are not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible ndividutils in Sydney, they will not be inserted. TW" OTIC E .-In consequence ol' *?* disputes between Charterers, Agents, and Owners of Shipping, no advertisement .will, in future, be re- ceived, except it mentions to whose account it must be charged. Herald Office, August 22. wHAxr io xax. A PORTION of Thorn's Wharf, excellently adapted for a Coal and Timber Wharf. For particulars apply to Mr. R. Anderson, on the premises. September 12._3619 TO LUT, A NEWLY-ERECTED and substantial brick buiU shop, with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

A HotfBBtraH BAcas. STEAM PACKET wi'l _leave the Commercial Wharl at lane, on each morning of the .oczms»- races, c.nvcjing punt nijcrs to the vic imy of the Race Courir, returning to Sydney ut five p. ni, 3'i65 Fur Vote 1* acituaut«, dilling ax TTe-WCHiit le. á^AwlK HP118 STEAM PACKET [U/|nr\ L MAUL ND, ^iMl^Êv^ William Furious, master, will ?fci^!^3E9 lenve the Commercial Whaif TO MUKKU «" kVKNINU, tee 15th ins'ant, ct six, p ra. , September 14 3701 SS AB y a. S T. FI Eil the present vojage to _Port Phillip, it is ¡utcuded (¿_>> that the _ SEAHORSE, 1'euai ship, shill leave Kydney for Hobart Town cn the 2nd Oc ober next, and thereafter conti- nue to leave Sydney for Hobart Town on or about the 1st, and f.-r Port ('hil ip on or stunt ;he 15th of each month, ca'lm* at George Town m going to and returning from the latter place. BOYD and CO., Unwin's Building», Custom Hous«. Sydney, September ia. 3CC9 POR TUB M-lxar SXV4R AID KIIUMIT, A (TtC T'HE very fine fuit sailing Cutter ?^...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

I ¡Ehe ägoncj? -fttorm'ttg ^tvatT?. | WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1842. -M "Sworn io no Master, of no Sect am J." ENGLISH NEWS. WB never received a number of English newspapers more barren of interesting matter than those which came to hand yesterday. We cannot find anything to extract. The QUEEN and Royal Family were well. Trade, though still very dull, exhibited symptoms of improvement. Sir ROBERT PEEL'S income tax was still in Committee in the House of Com- mons. The Liberals were constantly dividing the house against bim : the Minis- terial majority in general being about five to one. On the motion of Lord Viscount IN GF.sriiK, the House of Commons addressed the QUEEN to older the coast of New Zealand to be surveyed. President TYLER, it was reported, in- tended to resign the Presidentship of the United States, in consequence of his being thwarted in all his measures. The Mexicans were invadir g Texas. A few of the more interesting extracts will be found iii another column. Letters b...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

MARRIED, By Special License, on the 16th April last, at St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. William Bush, Rector, Edward Osborne Hil- liard, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to Caroline Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Edward Alcock, of Castlereagh-street, Sydney. DEATH. On the 11th instant, Edward John, infant son of Mr. John Hood, of Pitt-street, Sydney, aged nine months.

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THE APPROACHING CITY ELECTION. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

TUE APPROACHING CITÏ ELECTION. [CONTINUED.] I TUE result of our first municipal con- test will solve two problems, upon which, both in the colony and in England, theie has been some curious speculation : first, whether, in point of moral and intel- lectual condition, we have retained or lost cante ns n civilized community ot British subjects ; nnd, secondly, whether we are fit to be entrusted with that full measure of political freedom, or legislative self governineut, which we have been so long und so loudly demanding, and to which we have in the abstract au uudoubfed right. "Willi regard to the first of these pro- blems, there arenot wanting those who think that our moral principle has been so debased by convict association, and our mental faculties so narrowed and cor- rupted by the sordid passion for money - making, that to the genuine English character we have forfeited all pretension ; that we have neither honesty, nor good sense, nor right social feeling ; that we are a low, ...

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

GENERAL REMARKS. I MONDAY 5TH -Strong south south-westerly wind A M , nimbus passing off from south in a noith ninth easterly duection clear to « i id v ii (1 -Vftei no in w mel shifted east of south, t e^h until sunset, then chopped to a eulin dining tue evening Clear blue sky i M 6TH -Light west north-vveäteily aus in the morning, sky gloomy, with cirro stratus extending acioss zenith , r M cloiuls dis- persed with a strong w ind fi oin north-north- east J oward sunset elnrk clouds m south west wind lulled nfteiwurd, and black clouds with much lightning and thundei bore up fiom south west, and keeping ovei the oceon to tustw ml, passed oil between noi th east nnd north north east I etween eight and nine o clock Hie lightning to east forked and biilliant and thunder not veiy near Between eight and nine begin to blow fresh from south by west a tew drops of ra n fell By 9 30 zenith h id cleared 7TH -Fine fresh clear morning, moderate west wind Atiernoon light mis noith of east, cinou...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE     ARRIVALS. From Launceston, yesterday, having left the 3rd instant, the barque Socrates, 152 tons, Captain Grant, with wheat, bran, and pota- toes. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Gullum, Mr. and Mrs. Uther, und five children, and Mr. Mortin.   FromPort Phillip, same dny, having left the 4th instant, the schooner John Pirie, 105 tons, Captain Duke, with sundries. Passen- gers-Mr. Kelsh ; steerage-Mr. and Mrs. Rowling, Mr. Dailey, Miss Hays, Mr. Burke, mid Miss Carter.

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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

RAILWAYS.   THE Times publishes in its City Article some statistics, furnished by a correspondent, which illustrate the progress of railways throughout the world — "England," he says, "possesses 29 prin- cipal railroads, and 108 branches. Among these there are only 30 railroads of 5 to 7 miles in length, the average length of the others being from 30 to 40 miles. The Great Western is 140 miles long, and the Birming-   ham 130 miles. There are several other un- dertakings from 70 to 90 miles in length. It is calculated that during the present year the money received by the various railway com- pames in England for passenger traffic on their lines will amount to little less than £1,300,000. The total length of railways in England is estimated at 2,336 miles, which   cost on average £12,000 per mile. The   Manchester and Liverpool cost £27,000.     In France there are at present sixteen   railroads, the most ...

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MILITARY PROMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

-J*» - I «Bl MILITARY PROMOTIONS. "SVAR-OITICE, April 29.-3id Light Dragoon-. ""Öri-Cornet E. Roche te be Lieut, without pur TÎnase, vice l'owys, appointed to the 9th Ligh Scrags. ; Cornet G. Cookes to be Lieut, by ía*urchase, vice Rose, promoted in the 9th flight Drags. 6th Drags.-Brevet Lieut. Col. y$. JJabington, from half-pay 24th Light Drags, t'lo be Capt. vice M'Mahon, appointed to the ^ith Light Drags. ; Lieut. F. Thompson to be fJCapt. by purchase, vice Babington, who re rlftircs ; Lieut. W. Catbrey, from the 9th Light '?'»"Drags, to be Lieut, vice Thompson. 9th £»J.ight Drags.-Capt. L. H. French, from the 125th Foot, to be Capt. by purchase, vice Close, Z who retires ; Capt. C. M. Dawson, from the ,','vfith Font, to he Capt. rice Isocke, who ex- changes ; Lieut. J. R. H. Rose, from the ?yírd Light Drags, to be Capt. by put chose, ¿'vice Reynolds, who retires; Lieut.'J. K. ¡^¿Wi'ddi'i bul n, from the 55th Foot, to be Lieut. ?îriby purchase, vice Calhrey, appointed to the L.Ç...

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ENGLISH NEWS. DIARY OF THE MONEY MARKERT. (From the Colonial Gazette, May [?].) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

mmaiéXtu KIWI, m DIARY OF THE MONEY MARKERI (From the Colonial Gatrtte, Ma¡l¡ ijajg WBUNESDVY, April 27.-There »B$O| change of much importance in theliltopjjffi of the day. Bank Stock udvanced lf(iit,.*| closing at Ib'b'} to 7J. yfM THUBSDAY, Apiil 28.-The advance«», j» English Funds still went on, aiidConi<M m off at 93 to t for Monev, and Ml toi hi M Account. Exchequer Billi remained** *» to 40s. premium. Bank Stock rose to im, Ti 8; India Stock to 24« to 8. Tho approtckl g half-monthly settlement in the Foreign ß *?| Share markets occupied little attention,' > the bargains are now exclusively citiw« %$ for Money ; and the state of eillier MIK 5$ offered little for remark. Australian Bu ,% Shares weie done at 51} ; UnionIlaukofAs* trulia, 29} to è ; Colonial, 20}. # FaiDAY, Apiil 29.-Some Bale» at lit if. prices caused a slight reaction in the C«B Market, and the last quotation »«f n\ (seller-) for the Account, and Dil lol«, ?* Money. The settlement ia the W, f> h...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. Septembei 12-Industry, 19, Johnson, from the Moi linga liner, with 9 tons potatoes, 40 bushels mai7e, &c, Rose, steamer, 172 tons, Patti«on, from Morpeth,with70U bushels maize, 500 bushels wheat, CO kejrs tobacco, J% trusses In*,, H hiles woel, Friendship, 15,   Stewart, ft oin Broulee, with II tons pot itoes,   20 bushels wheat, Sophia Jane, steamer, liO 'M iM'iiinn, from Woll n¿ong, with 122 bu"s inn itoes, 2> bigs mau ,49 trusses liny, is mir* wheat, Jamis Wat, steamer, 14J, Griffin, fiom Moipetli, with 40 bag« niaut, 42 bagi bran September 11 - William the Fourth, steamer, iii, Sullivan, from Lint Gosford, v v, uh 500 rails, 20,000 shingle«, 2,000 feet tim- bi,!, -ind li hiad ot cuttle, Aljrid, 12, llnrpin, 1 om Brisbane AVutci, with 4 000 tect timbi i , bitters, IS, Morton, norn Newcastle, with cull», Ral h 12, Miller, fiom the Hiwkcs bmy, with 30 bushels win at, SCO bushels maize, Sovtietqn, steumn, 119, Cape, from the Hun...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

DEPARTURES. For the South Sea Fishery, jestcrday, the I* lench ship Roland, Captain Le Cozannet,   Viith whaling gear, &.c. Tor London, the «ame day, the bnique Go- vernor Halkett, Captain Silver, with colonial     produce. Passengers-Dr. Gibson, Mesáis.   Hobson, Nowlan, Watleen, Wyld, and Porter.     For Port Phillip, the same du}, the brig Christina,Captain Birkenshaw, willi a ge'iernl rnrgn. Passengers-Rev. B. Geoghan, Rev. E Mackeny, Mr. mid Mrs Balcomb omi   child, Mrs. Birkenshaw, Mr. Beaver, mid Mr. Urquhart, steerage, Mr. and Mu». Bourke, Mr. and Mis. McAvoy, Mr. mid Mrs. Hill, Mr. Benham, Mr. Garvie, Mr. McCullo, a constable, mi ti three soldiers. For Moreton Bay, the »ame day, the schooner Elizabeth, Captain Riley, with sun- dries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Nail und child, Mr. and Mrs Evans and two children, Mr. nnd Mrs Oxenham and two children. Messis Croagh, Burrell, Ryan, C...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR HIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONT. FROM LONDON DIRECT.-Spartan, 400, Macey» merchandise, April 25. Stl George, S83, Sughrua, April 2(1. Giraffe, 261, Moore. May. Kinnear, merchandise-, June 3. Eden, 420, Boyce, marchandise, April30. Tapley,3.50, Mallory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams, sailed. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise. April 25. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, May. Aden, 422, Waddel, iner ' ehandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. FROM LIVERPOOL.-Colombian, 27Ö, Wakem, May. FROM POUT PHILHT.-Duke of Richmond' Lord Saumarez, brig. Thomas Lord, schooner. Falcon, schooner. FROM HOBART TOW». - Surry. Saotta, schooner. Bramble, H. M. 11, 10 guns. Fly, If. M. S., l8 guns, Blackwood. Marian Wat- son, schooner. Elisa, schooner. Sir John Byng, brig. Waterlily, schooner. FROM ADELAIDE:.-Dorset, brig, Walsh. FROM LAUNCESTON.- William, brig, Thom. FROM NEW ZEALAND.- Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margartl, M'Kinuon. Scotia, schoon...

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[?] INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

.asBiza XKTE&XiXaiiNCii. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.-FRIDAY. BrroiîE the Chief Justiee and a Common Jury A BLACK CATTLE STEALER Wellington, a name black, was indicted foi killing u cow, the propel tv of Mr William Scott, of Richmond. It was pioved bj an oveiseer of Mr Scott, named George Bull, that in August last the blacks had been \ery troublesome in the abo\e mentioned distnet, and on one occisión witness fell in with a nuineious body of them, one of whom was the prisoner, engaged in cutting up a cow, which i witness knew to belong to Mr Scott Hie . blacks surrounded witness, and he, at the peril of his lite, was obliged to fight his wny through thein, whilst they tun led their spear« and boomerangs at lum Hie blacks within this last month had killed two men, and chased two others for their lives, they hud jlso slaughtered several hundreds of bullocks, and a flock ot maiden ewes, consisting ot 497, all but 13 It appeared fiom the evidence ot this witness, apparently a cautious und ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

»oasESTXO xr»T*ii.*;tt*mc**, INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEI otc the CIIIEI COVIMISSIONFK. PROOF OF CLV1MS In the estate ol John Collie, an adjourned single meeting Levicknnd "lounger, £148 ISs id , J Minlvii, X1) 5s bel , Isaac Levey £24 5s , Wm Walker, £105 4s 9d lins meeting was then adjourned till Sept 20 In the estate of Wm Clarke, a single meeting no claims vveie proved The meit mg was iftciwinds adjourned till lhursday wuk, at one, i M In the estate of Henry Moon, a special meeting J= Ihorpc und Co , £13 Ils 6 1 Nbvv IXSOIVFITS - The following persons filed th-ir schedules yesterday -Alexander Goold, oí Cumberland stieet, Sy dm y, builder Michael Shiel, ot Appin, dealer, Thomas   Fletcher, of the Paterson firmer, and W   Neil Monies, ol Pyrmont, Syduev, writing eleik Mti-TiNrsFoit To-nn -The Supreme Court will sit to dnj, at ten o clock, to dispose of the insolvency business A. thud meeting will be held, it half past ten, m (he estate ol John En...

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