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LIST OF CITIZENS In Gipps Ward, in the City of Sydney. SCHEDULE C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842

LIST OF CITIZENS   In Gipps Ward, in the City of Sydney. SCHEDULE C. Adam Matthew Thompson ; nature of the property rated, house; street, lane, or other place in this Ward, where the property is situated for which he is now rated, Kent-street. Agars Thomas, store and dwelling, Kent street Alen John, house, Prince street Alderdice Alexander, house, Harrington street Allott Joshua, house, Kent steeet Alldridge William, house, Kent street Allingham John, house, Argyle street Allison James, house, Fort street Amon Francis, shop, Argyle steet Amoss George, house, Cumberland street Amner William, public house, Gloucester street   Andrews William, public house, Argyle street Anderson John, house, Miller's Point Arnold Thomas William, office, George street Ashford Edward, and Daniels Daniel, store and office, George street Ashmore Samuel, house, Kent street Australian Gas Company, works, Darling Harbour Australian Agricultural Company, wharf and stores, Darling Har...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, a-*- and the Public general ty, are "[respectfully informed, that in future jthe following Rules will be strictly [adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers If will be received without one quarter ffbeing paid in advance, for which ten rçier cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. Ifper quarter. If In the Country.-No new Sub JlBcribers will be received without Shalf-a-year being paid in advance, ¡Ifbr which ten per cent, will be al ¡flowed ; the subscription in advance «being £1 Us. 6d. per half year ; and lithe Proprietors must be furnished Pat the time with a written under staking that all future payments, TiDOth for subscription and charges of I ' .^advertisements, shall be made in "3jSydney, or by the hands of an Agent "fi In all cuses, whether in Town or ^Country, the names of persons will ,!fjbe struck off the subscription list, ? ¡¡hvheii the arrears against them have i|stood over twelve months, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

"ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Jw - 'We insert for the information of the Public cî"5^aH Abstract of all the Public Sales which WÍhtalte nlare ;5*í THIS DAY. , In, »LACKMAN.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Ä'iSugnr, Almonds, and Tobacco. iSilfoss AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at 11 ^o'clock, Wine, Cider, Gnnpoivder, Steel, xâ)Paints, Soap, Flour, Salt, und Hams. $ÜR. POLACK.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, -¿Farm near Wollongong, Ten, Cider, Cigars, v^{ Clothing, Watches, Jewellery, Sherry, ."¿8 Ear then wa re, Furniture, &c. ; at Cantei "" »bu'y Market, at 3 o'clock, Cattle. "OMR. S'AMUI L LYONS.-At the Stores of Mon- tefiore, lircillat, and Co., at 11 o'clock, a .í',í< variety of Merchandise. VJjfa. STÜHI'S.-At his Muit, at 12 o'clock, .j j'Cattle and Station.

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ENGLISH EXTRA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

?w^x.i^x*¿_oV^g American Association f"r° S__? *?# lon.sanon, was held OH Fr " H -1 # of the association, 2D, New Bri^fa Blackfriars, is Grace ti»ni ,M4'-i the chair. The comnS^lA#? arrangements that base be",2M%\ view to commencing the on.,.?* ^I the association in Canada Ä'0^ ward's Island; and herenlv"?s^f«Up to the niemoi'ial lately pStt^r roncts of Scotland: ai.pP,.Ä4,J) W L> ance to the colonies in British North A¿(i as well as to the people of tlieUnittj&í dom. The consulting council ¡9 compofijíf . of upwards of fifty peers andbaroneaolW land. The meeting was attended lfT!» Rolph, government agent for eroigra!iom,_ \l Canadas, and Sir Allan Napier Macuá jj ¡> sneaker of the Legislative Assemblr ti Ift Upper Province.-Lit er/wol Papt^fafot Relut us h ive been nrdeied by the Üü! the Tieasnry of the salaries «aid lotn-l olficer connected with the Pust-ollici diavl ment. It is intended to inert use the IDCM»K of every poUmastei, assistant, letterr«(mf mid postman, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

oiuaxirAfc co-BisroNOBVca. 11FL1GI0US INTOLERANCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GLNTIFSIEM,-Your correspondent Alelanc Ihon, who has taken upon himself to state what he calls t icrs in leply to those made by tilt Bishop ia Council would hue done better had he let a subject alone with which lie is evidently, but slightly acquainted, Melane- sian is so tur correct in sta nig th it there is a 1'iotestniit temttiy at Naplts, but it is rather a nos el idea to call the permission to rtad the sers ice in a pus utc room icligious toleiation, if he knew it he ought also to has e stated, that suite 1827 tht English uihsbitants got up a large sub cu.ition to build a Prates ant chinch at Naples, for windi the king lcfused his permission Ort it excitions weie made by the English to get the pi i mission gi anted, and whether or not they ssere finally suc ecssfull I am not ass are, nut to the btst of my recollection they svrre not, as the subject caused great exciten eut at the tim...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 15.-Dolphin, 10, Nicholson, for Port Aiken, in ballast;.Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, for Moreton Bav, with sundries ; Maitland, steamer, 10S tons, for Port Mac- quarie, with Fttndrii's; l'ersnueraiice, 33, Piggins, ft r-the M'Lcay, willi sundries; 'lhislk, steamer, 127, Mulhall, lor Morpeth, with sundries. The Shamrock will take on lo Moreton Bay this trip-ß Inrscs, 1 carriage, ?! earls, 1 dray, CO tons sundries, and (¡0 rams, the latter to b" taken in al Newcastle. The brig Monro, 225 tons, Captain Balfour, was advertisod to sail from Leith, for Hobart Town, in Muy. The Columbian was advertised to leave Liverpool on the 18th May for Sydney. The yluilruliun, schooner, from ii.is nort,\vas ud vertised at Liverpool for sale. The hi ig (iuiäe i>ut into Broken Bay after leaving Sydney, to send a man back hy the William IV, steamer, who had been injured by the pump-hook entering his back.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for Tbis Bay. | C" .'...».U"" Í SUN, I HK1H TIRE. **l>t«mbcr. _] risesj »eta.! muru levin 15 | THURSDAY | ti 7 | S S3'] t. 30 j 4 SI Fu 1 M ion, Sept. 20, 38 m. past i, afternoon.

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HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

HORTICULTURAL SHOW. Ai.Tiiounii the day was propitiously fine, the number of visitors was much fewer than wi have witnessed for the last two years, a cir- cumstance c lined no doubt by the depressed itate of mercantile affairs. The exhibition it-.elf, however, was equal, if not supuiinr, in se vend lespeets to the last, as we shall par- ticularise in the notes, which we look by the liberal permission of the Committee, before the li al 1 was crowded willi vidt.irs. There was, we are Informed, about £ól> taken al lue door in Hie course of the day. Fi.owxns. t The most striking improvement appeared in the collection of heartsease (called by the Committee pansies) at the upper end of the flower table. Toe increased size of the. flowers, as well as their forms and colours, give ns go.>d hopes ol'our town being nhls to come up to the standard of the best English sorts, though we are »till a long distance be- hind. There was one fine yellow one, bul it had not the (lurk angular eye w...

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LOWER LIVERPOOL PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

I LOWER LIVERPOOL PLAINS. I EXTUACT from a letter, dated August 2i, 18W:-" 1 arrived here with the cattle, dray, and men, all perfectly safe, last evening, and expect to be on the Barwin in three days more. It will take us about eight days to travel from thence to our station on the Mooney, where 1 understand there is plenty of grass and water, the blacks still remaining very quiet in that quarter; but on_the Bar win they ure killing cattle in all directions, and have also killed some hornes. They threatened to kill Mr. Cook's men, who were sent to conduct Mr. C's stockmen in from the station with the few cuttle left (only six bead). All the rest of the herd have been slaughtered and scattered by the hincks. Mr. Conk's men would not stop any longer on the station, as there is no protection whatever afforded. Such is a faithful, ibougb you will no doubt think it melancholy account, of the stute of affairs in this (at favourable seasons) fine part of the colony. I am sure, if proper r...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [?]DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

BOMBÍTIO »ri«ï:6iiiicri _ INSOLVENCY I'ilOCEEDlNOS. TY SHAY. Br.roac the CniF.r CHMMIKRI ISDK. EXAMINATIONS, In theinsolvcncy <d John dillie : This insolvent WHS examined by Mr. Fisnri!, mid deposed es follows: I wus in- debted to David J one-! in April, 18-tl ; the amount of the aceoi lit furnished fur goods sold was fiiiot) : I «a- ahi indebted to him and Mr. William Wrig t, im cash-credit ni the limik ofAustrulusin ; Messrs. D. Jones and W. Wright wiri c seen it y for nie, each for £250. In Api ii, IStI, I paul In ali ut £280 towards pajiug o(f tile e.T-h cn (lit j to the best of my recollection, tim items on the p.iper maikod A, arc tile siuns I p id; I paid tliPin to D. Jones to pay oil'my liabilities, and he receircd them for that purpose ; I waa very much cm burras»ed in 1811. 1). Jones pioposed to me to execute a deed of assignment, Jones and Younger were to be tru-tees in consequence of their b- ins the' largest creditors ; when I hud exectitid the deid of assign...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

fe3fc?y_T?á XKTas-z.roEKrca. A mt IVA!,s. í'nnM l'cvl Mrcqtintic, jesterclny, liaviiiprloft on Moiulny hist, the stiu'iier Aíiii/lrnitl, 11)3 fon», Cautñin Parsons, witts cedar, nmizo, Src. l'nsscugcis-Ilew 15. Smith, Cuptniu lliiul ínun, Mr. Hohnrt, Mrs. Fmser, Mrs. Brewer rrù r.iiiiily, Messrs. Wall, Smith, Baxter, Edwards, and twelve in the stecrtige. I'.uiii Newcastle1, the sume day, the bug, C.-IIIIJISO, 13U tons, Captain Nuiiwick, willi coala.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. çriTrMH «. 11-Dolphin, 1(>, Nicholson, nom Pnrt Aiken, with ÍIILIK, ShamroJ, M.LUiiei, 200, Glimme, Ironi Moi pull, with 10 huies wool, Muilhiml, sttamci, 108 tons, TIISIIS, lum Pelt \facquniie, with 4U0 lmshds niai/e, 002feet cedar, 1 hale wool, &.e , IIUSIIL, btinnui, 127, Mull .11, fi oin the Hiintu, with K) bales wool, I1) tinsses lias, 2S bag!, put itoes, 12 b igs maize, &t

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

DEPARTURE. For Moreton Hay, via Newcastle, yesteiday, the i-tennxTSknmrotrfc, Captain Gilmore, willi a general cargo. Passengers from Sydney Mr. Underwood, Mr. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Holland, two children, and servant, Mr. und Airs. Leslie, Mrs. Wright, and twelve in tli« steerage. From Newcastle-Mr. and Mis. Joins, servant, and two children, Mr. .loliifl'e, and six in the steerage.

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COUNTRY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

'-,2 COUNTRY SALE. tiiTur- fiiEniFf.-On the Premises, Clarence W.'Rivc , Septa nbcr 1!), Cattle, Horses, Se, ,$í|andl oiisehold Furniture.

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) M'LEAY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

-------------------         News From The intention (From our various Correspondents.) M'LEAY RIVER. Kempsey, Augus 22 -On Saturday, the 6th instant, a fine new cutter, about 30 tons   barthen, coppered, was launched from the     dock-yard of Messrs Newton, Ferrier, and   Malcolm which, including two vessels of nealry 200 tons each now in a rapid state of progresson the stock, makes the thirteenth     vessel which these experienced and enter- prising shipwrights have already built on the   M'Leay. She will sail with a full cargo of cedar, comprising about 14,000 feet on Tuesday next (to-morrow) for Sydney , whither Mr Ferrier proceeds at the same time. Major Henry Oakes, who still labours     under severe indisposition, has in conse-   quence, at length been induced to resign, as Cominissioner of Crown L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. .So Merchant Tailors ana Draper«. LINEN DRILL, MR. STUBBS will sell by public auction, at the Mart, King-strcet, on SATURDAY next, the 17th day of September, at eleven o'clock, Thirty-two piece» of Linen Drill, well suited for the »eaion. Term» cash, 3S63 P*«CY FAEK, nmMXL ?YDXl'B'r. ONE HUNDRED AKO FIVE ACRES, ON« KOOD, EIGHT l'KRCIIES, MORE OK LESS, By order of tbe Traateea In tba Batato I of tno late Solomon &evey, Bsq. TV/f R- STUBBS will lubmit to public compe ' lvX tition, at the Mart, King-street, on MONDAY, the nineteenth day of September ( 1842, at twelve o'clock, by Mr, Armitrong, Sur I vejor to the Eitate. Situated as described on the plan, in the Patiah > of St. George, County of Cumberland, and bounded severally by the properties, viz - Mr. R. J. Robinson'» one hundred acres, Mr». Jenkins'» one hundred acre», Mr. Clarke'» one hundred acrci, Mr. Justice Stephen's eighty acre», and the valuable Landed Estate i of C. Prout, Eiq. I THE REDUCED S...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1842. "S[?]n to no Master, of no Se[?] am I," NOTI[?] AUSTRALASIANAE. GREY'S TRAVELS IN NORTH WEST AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA.—[Third norice.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

_.lu Ägfcneo tifio ming &rr,ilfc. THURSDAY, S liPTKM Illili 15,1842. -Ä " Shorn to no Master, of no Serf am /,'. N0TÍTIJ3 AUSTttVLASIAN^!. Gar.Y's TitAvr.r.s tN NORTH WEST AND WnsrniiN AUSI-AMA.-[Third nolice.~\ TUE second volume of this woik is partly ' occupied by the continuation of the jour- ney in "Western Australia, und pnrtly by u scries of independent discussions ou the natives and their customs ; together with an abstract of the discoveries made, and fin Recount of what the author CH1!S the "Cherhmders," or, in vulgar language) stoclc-drioers from one colony to another. The poetical mid romantic inte est with which Captain GREY has endeavoured to invest these gentlemen, is perhaps not ex- actly in nccordi.nee with the regular fea- tures of a history of personal adventures in search of geographical knowledge ; but the information contained in the account is valuable, so far as the prospects of the southern and western colonies are con- cerned. The general revtlt seem...

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NAMO[?] RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

NAMOI RIVER. TIIERF bus been tim ty-two hours' rain, and the plums arc tolerably soaked we muy thciefoie calculate upon soon being uble to compete uith our more foi lunate friends to the south, by sending cuttle to market.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

T ?«1R UM SBAHORO* STEAM SHIP. '?!#Jt*am Communication botween pyilney, "fíii.'Van X> lernen'« land, «ad Voit Flillllp. HE STEAM 8HIP SEAHORSE ¡11 leave Sydney tor Port Phillip _on Saturday, the 17th September, , ?? twelve o'clock precisely, and ri turn from 'Zlfilliami To«m (Port Phillip) on Saturday, the ijfath, calling at George Town both going and ',ifcurning. Further information obtained on ; application at the Flour Company'(Wharf, or to \M BOYD and CO , H »¿j Unwin'« Building«, Custom Home WO Ooodi eaanot be received after Friday, the 4ipih, and intending; passenger« are requeued to ,f|ke the ir bertha be foie twelve o'cloi k of that '^ffh otherwiae they will be subjected to the ex ""*"**».* of a «pecial clearance. 1Ü82 roa -wai Xiowoowo. THE PACKET SCHOONER BARD'S LEGACr, W. Banton, Matter, will leave _ »-the Union Wharf, on Friday next l,ä Fiei/ht to Wollor-gong, lui per ton 0VÍÍ Ditto from ditto, 17s. Cd. ?ff? Apply to .m ieptrmber 15. E. M. STOREY. m 37C6 VOS BOBAST TO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842

A* m SPECIAL NOTICE. HE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are inspect fully informed, that in future le following Rule« will be strictly lie red to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers li be received without one quarter in«» paid in advance, for which ten r cent, will be allowed ; tile sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. 'per quarter. A In the Country.-No new Sub fîçribers will be received without îljulf-a-year being paid in advance, par which ten per cent, will be al Plowed; the subscription in advance l'íeins £1 Us. 6d. per half year; and fdie Proprietors must be furnished '«the time with a wiitten under- lying that all future payments, th for ?l,jJ,7^',r>,'ou a"d charges of veiliseme'iH», shall be made in dney.or bj f'-e hands of au Agent affin ¡ill cases, whether in Town or ICountry, the names of persons -will ^Jlfe struck off the subscription list, ,^hen the arrears against them have /?tooti over twelve months, and pro- ved ¡tigs for recovering the amount ...

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