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A[?]ZE INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842
ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.-MONDAY. &nbsp; BEFORE the CHIEF JUSTICE and Assessors. SINGLETON v. STEWART. Tliis was an aeitun of* trover, brought to re- cover six horses, alleged to have been con- verted by the defendant as trustee of the estate of one Benjamin Singleton, from the plaintiff lo the insolvent's use. Mr. Windeyer appeared lor the plaintiff, and the Solicitor Ucneral and Mr. Michie for the defendant. The defendant had pleaded that the plaintiff was not possessed of the good« as of his own property; and secondly, that the plaintiff had allowed the horses to remain in the order and disposition of the insolvent, whereby accord- ing lo the provisions of the 55th clause of the Insolvent Act, the horses became liable to be seized, and were seized by the défendant as ' ?-. > ^ Y; trustee for the creditors of the insolvent Sin- gleton. It appeared in evidence, that the horses in question had most of them been bred from a one-eyed mare, which had come into ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842
MARRIED. &nbsp; At Richmond, on Tuesday, 13th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Adam, James Burleigh &nbsp; Sharp, Esq., of the Tumut ; to Jane, daughter of the late John Dight, Esq., of Richmond. By Special License, at Saint James's Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. H. H. Bobart, Mr. James Edrop, of Burwood, to &nbsp; Adah Proctor, widow of the late William Cox, Parramatta. &nbsp;
LIST OF CITIZENS In Macquarie Ward, in the City of Sydney, SCHEDULE C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842
LIST OF CITIZENS &nbsp; In Macquarie Ward, in the City of Sydney, SCHEDULE C. Aarons Joseph ; nature of property rated, dwelling ; street, lane, or other place in this Ward, where the property is situated for which he is now rated, Castlereagh- street. Adam Thomas, rooms, Pitt street &nbsp; Adams William, back dwelling, Pitt street Adkin James, dwelling, Bathurst street &nbsp; Atfleck Alexander, dwelling, Pitt street Aitkenhead William, public-house, George street [street Atcheson William, dwelling, Castlereagh Allcock Edward, dwelling, Castlereagh st. Allen Richard, dwelling, Bathurst street Alterton Alexander, shop and dwelling, George street [street Anderson Alexnnder, dwelling, Castlereagh Anderson William, shop and dwelling, George street [street Appleton Charles, shop and dwelling, Pitt Appleton Robert, wood-house, George st. Armstrong John, surveyor, dwelling, Castlereagh street [street Armstrong John, shop and dwelling, George Argent Thomas, dwelling,...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1842. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September 1842
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1842 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. &nbsp; COLONIAL Secretary's Offlce, Sydney, ijl September, 1842. Conveyance being requiredf for the Post Office Mails from and to the undermentioned places, for one year, from the 1st January, 1843, persons disposed to Contract for providing the same are invited to transmit their offers, in writing, to the Office, before Twelve o'clock on Monday,the 17th day of October next, endorsed "Tender for conveyance of Mails." Persons willing to undertake the Contract f >r more iban one year, arc invited to!p«ifi the rate at which they will undertake iii service ftr one, two, cr three years, rwj« tively, viz : From and to Windsor, Parramatta, til Sydney, daily, (Sundays executed). From ami to Windsor, Pitt Town, Wilta force, Richmond, and North Richmond,lit« times a week. From and to Windsor and Wiseman'« Fenj, once a week. From and to Gosfotdand Wiseman'! Ferr/, once a week. I From and to...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
IMPOUNDINGS. MURRURUNDI -August JO One red and white bullock, two notches m of! ear, an lile gible biand befoie C or G on off lump, appa îently a blotched brand on the neal thigh One dark brindle bullock, star in forehead, both flanks and bind feet white, bunded C1" 2 under off rump One yellow sided bullock, back, belly, and tail white, top off off car, branded H offiump, Cod thigh One gi ey steer, notch in near eai, top oil off eai, br niiled CM on neu rump One red steer, star in forehead, white belly and ribs, notch in neal ear, branded O on near rump, M near ribs One blue and white bullock near ear slit, branded CD or GD near rump One black-sided heifer, white back and belly, brown ears, apparently a bland on the off ramp, but not legible. One stravvborry bul loel, down-homed, brand G A on oft rump uiiti]) One red bullock, top off off ear, bianded SI off mmp appirently 30 oi 0 off thigh, DW or DX oil ubs One bl ick bul lock, lund feet belly, and tail white, note in in neurea], bi...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PORT PHILLIP. SALE OF SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
_OVa_-ME_-T __,__TTB, PORT PHILLIP. SALE OP SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN AL- LOTMENTS. CoLONivL Secretary's Office, Sydney, Gili September, 18*2. His Excellency the Go- vernor directs it to be notified, that at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 7th December and follovvingdays,theundermentioned Suburban, Urban, and Town Allotments, will be put up to Auction, in some convenient place in the Town of Melbourne, Port Phillip. Further information respecting these Lands may be obtained from the Surveyor-General, in Sydney, and the Officer in charge of the Survey Department, at Port Phillip: and respecting the conditions of Sale, from the Colonial Tieasmcr, in Sydney, and the Sub Treasurer, at Melbourne. SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS. BOURKE.-1- 5t acres, parish of Doutta Golla, allotment No. 30. 2. 48 acres, same place, No. 31. 3. 49 acres, same place, No. 32. 4. 52 acres, same place, No. 33. fi. ¿4 acres, same place, No. 34. (i. 52 acres, same place, No. 35. 7. 47 acres, same place, No. 30. 8.52 acres,...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. EMIGRATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
OXIOINAI, COBmZ19PONDBVCE. EMIGRATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. I GENTLEMEN,-At the present moment, when the subject of EMIGRATION IS deeply engaging the attention of the public, it may in ten est some of your readers to be informed, til it m the month of November last, the writci of this letter brought belore the British public, through the medium of the Australasian Record, a proposal foi " obtaining funds, with the view of o/ieiing a premium for an issay on Lmigudwn, and the best means of pro motmg it In the number of the above named periodical, which appeared on the 11th of December, the Cditois state that they "had received numeious communications on the subject, some of them containing oilers of money, to constitute the pecuniary reward , under which cncumstinces they add, "we hive deteimined to call a meeting at the earliest possible period, to take the usual pte luninary steps ' And again, in the ensuing nuinbei, they say, " we have received many letters ...
TENTERDEN STEEPLE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
I TENTERDEN STEEPLE. " _ | I To lb Ldilors of the Sydney Morning Herald, I fjEsn rvtrv -I hav e upon two late occasions seen m différent Sydney new spinel s alla sions to the antiqiuted saying ot " J enter down ( I enterden) Steeple ts the cause of the Goodwin Sands The first of which ap pened to me to be as far as itwentavciy erroneous v el sun, or rntliT a duect peiver sion of moni and meaning of the (said to be true) tale lb it gave rise to it, and the second, if not exactly snml ir, at least not emcndatoi y of the first I he story miy be found in I idler s I ive3 of the Lnglish W ortlues, and it has from thence been copied into most of the anecdote libiaries and miscellanies ot the present d ly As far as my recollée ion serves mo, the pith of it is as follows -A Royal or Admirilty Commission having been sent down into the county of kent, to inquire into what was (orioncouslv) called a lapid filling up of Sandwich Harbour, fiom an m cicasc tint was saul to be takin/ place of the ...
TEMPERATURE OF BOILING WATER. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
TEMPERATURE OF BOILING WATER. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. \ GENTLEMEN,-Hnvingseen the obseuations of your correspondent C retelling to that portion of my lectuie which treated of the boiling point of water, I have been induced to investigate the subject lather closely, in order to acquire information sufficiently ac- curate, to enable me to answer with certainty your coi respondent s queries touching this certainly lnipoi tint question I had always understood that water, boiling at the level of the sea, indicated by Fahrenheit s thermo- meter, a temperature of 212 ° in all latitudes, and therefore never doubted the fact until I saw the Herald oi this morning Feeling anxious to determine whether the boiling point of water at the level of the sea, m Syd ney, varied from the same point as ascei tamed in London or elsewhere, under otherwise simi- lar ciirumstances, I made three obsci vations with different thermometers, all constructed in London, and two of them by diff...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
u-Mraax-ToWNr DZ-TMXO-. TH E Subscribers are informed that MR. D. L. SPILLAN- is appointed Agent for the Sydnty Corning Herald, in the Campbell- town, nnd also in those districts whore he is appointed hy the Govern- ment to collect Quit-rents, excepting where other agents reside. September 5. DERSONS sending Advertisements for insertion in this Journal, who are not Subscribers, nie informed that unless they are nucom ponied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible ndividuals in Sydney, they will not be inserted. XTOKI- A*_ SOUTH -M-ltlC__ correa HOT/BB. MR.SAMUELBAVIBS.eldersonoffhelate Jame* Davie«, deceased, and administrator to his estate, beg« most respectfully to inform the members of the Subscription Room, from whom his late father received so many acts of support and kindnetg during his life-timr, that he has determined to carry on the business of the Subscription Room in all Its-departments, as it has existed during the last sixteen year», as well as of the tavern and ho...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. Sßptember 15.-Endeavour, 10, Shakeshaft, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries; Ranger, 12, Laveiick, for ÏJiisbnne Water and Port Aiken, in ballast; Hone, steamer, 172, Pat- tison, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Friendship, 15, Stewart, for Broulee, with sundries; Dove, 13, Hart, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 15G, Wiseman, for "Wollongong, with sundries. The mail by the Clarinda for London, will close on Saturday next at 0 p. m. _ Tlie Cintra has on board 37 tuns cocoa-nut oil, ID tuns sperm oil, and 7 tons arrowroot. She spoke the Lady Rowena, belonging to Launceston, on the 8th instant, off Howe's Island, seven mouths out, with 200'barrels. Tlie schooner Sarah Ann was at Riatea when the Cintra left.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE CITIZ[?] LIST OF SYDNEY. BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
WriB CLASSIFICATION OF THE, LIST OF SYDNEY M* mu Nightingale Peacock linnet Martin Lamb Bull Lyons Drake bodu, rimntt Rook Hart Talbot Cur, Salmon Date Lemon % risHrs turtle FRUITS. Berry Hate Rose F A1,D """"' Thorn jj*"« Í& st LAND AND MNDSCAU 5mta«. Bnfc, Freelmd Clay Lane Peat Wood, Hilly tu ver Warren fainfield Mitón, Greenhill Field Bloomfield Moore Marsh Dykes Woodend Hill Ford Downs Banks Sea Lake Poole Brooks Church Parsonage Pal ish Castle Wall Court WATE«, Waten Weih Flood BUILDINQJ FURNITURE Kettle Chimben Hall Booth Stone Street Storey Bell Kettle Faired TOOLS AND IMPimtNTJ Crane Crook Brush Spean Lynch MFTALS AND MONET Gold Pennv Steel Staling CLOTHINO Spencer Bttib Hood Webb Coats Bevenge Beer Porter Mace DRINKS Perry Waten Salt To Dalley . To Hinder lo Lowe ' To Bray f «UAfclTIES-PKRiOMAt, MENTAL, m Ut' Gout To Hunt lo Hy To Cook To Marshall To Foster Noble Petty Smart Sharp Still Long Short Strang Lame Rich Bonney Jolly Blyth Bland Young Younger Little Hardy...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY "AUCTION We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which ta/ie plane THIS DAY. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at li o'clock, Jewellery, Cutlery, Comb?, Port, Sherry, and Claret Wines, Cider, Vinegar, Cheese, Poik, Beef, Chinese Goods, Toys, German Silver, &c. Mooan .VNJ> HCYDON.-At their Rooms, in the evening, Books. Mu.'STuiins.-At the Mart, at 12 o'clock, Horse and Filly; at the Cattle Maiket, seven Cows. MR. ISAAC SIMMONS.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture, General Merchandise, &c. M^R. S. LYONS.-At Messrs. Gosling, Brown, and Co.'s Wharf, Darling Harbour, at li o'clock, Earlhcnvvare, Bock Salt, Bar aud Rod Iron, Nails, &c.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. September 15.- Cftul'ingtr, 31, Abbott, from Port Macquarie, willi 10,000 feet timber, "¡JO bushels lime; ¡(auger, 12, Lnverick, from Brisbane Water, with shells; Rose, steamer, Pattison, from Morpeth, with 50 bugs wheat, 700 bushels maize, 6 tons potatoes, l8 trusses hay, &c. ; Wanderer, 11C, Burns, from More tun Bay and Clarence Uiver, with 32,000 feet cedar, 1 ton beef, H.000 feet cedar, 2G bales wool, &c. : Alligator, 20, Walters, from Broulee, with 300 bushels wheat, 200 bushels maize, 20 tierces pork, &c. ; Nautilus, 40, Johnson, from Newcastle, with coals; &nbsp; Calypso, 130, Nunwick, fiom Newcastle, with coals ; John and Charlotte. 93, Collins, from Newcastle, with coals; Harnell,ii, Richards, from Newcastle, with coals ; Dove, 13, Hart, from Brisbane Water, with shells; Sophia Jane, steamer, 130, Wiseman, from Wollon- gong, with Vi tinsses hay, &c. ; Fly, 20, Wil- liams, from Brisbane Water, with 10,000 feet timber;...
MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. H. HOLLINSH[?]D'S SECOND LECTURE [?] CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ArW MR. H. HOltlKSIllD1» »ECOUD ISCt»« * | CHEMISTRY. V O.N Tuesday evening, Mr. H.JrMn*¡ J | livcred lils second lecture on CbW'î*.¿JJ f Institution. In his first lecture «""j** K the attention of his audience «««*"£-* tary bodies of Carbon, Hydrogen, Ph*»»T 1 &c, he would now endeavour to e«»^ 1 combinations, and in,so doing iM»"Z. } which had laid down the¡hut by«JJ J tion was governed must be .ppaw1," , | properties of air or water »° JfÄ, R change, the whole of the economy of «w li wouia be deranged, fire .«M f J^j S guished, and animal and «I^Sni*« Í cease. He would first refer to te tWI of water. The principles of «'. CJi,» f shown by burning a small «W»TO mabie air (hydrogen) in»T^,lV oxygen, a combination of the »"»"Slgj.. take place, and be cundensed by.th* co» j, face of the vessel, whichi would b« ^ . with dew, tbu» ilw««?_ÍÍI*ÍL ¿«Í *lM»i*of ?»y.^l^.^»**.l.»»w, r | S »hi ..Sie ferlions in which these-exist in bulk are one Jlirt of oxygen to ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. YESTFRUAY the anniversary meeting of the Societies foi Ptomoting Christian Knowledge and Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Pints was held m the Phillip street Grammar School PILMOUS to the meeting, divine sen ice wns perfoimed in St James s Church, prayeis being lead by the Rev R Allwood, and a sermon preached hy tin. Bishop of Australia who took for his text the 152nd veise of the cxixth psalm, "Concerning lhy testimonies, I have known of old that thou hast founded them for ever Shortly after two o clock the Bishop took the chan and aft« prnj er addressed the meeting as follows - Previously to opening the business of the meeting, ht must express his regret that through an lnndvcntency the day had been fixed at the time coi responding with the Cir- cuits of the Judges, because the constant and aflcctionale suppoit received from them was a great inducement to wish that they miejit always be present, nevertheless, the absence of those learned personages would enable...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE REV. H. M'NEIL. (From the Critic in Parliament and in Public.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
i atroz.-« axTKAOT*. i --_ THE REV. H. M'NEIL. (From the Critic in Parliament and in Public.) MR.. M'NEILE is a fine specimen of a finished ecclesiastical orator. Nnture has h_hty gifted him, and all her endowments have been heightened and enhanced by every aid whic'i science can supply, and every finish which refinement can suggest. He is, so to speak, a complete church knight errant ; every weapon of his con- troversial combatantship keen, bright, and ready for the episcopalian chivalry. He breathes the very spirit of that high-toned ' fervour and resolve which we deem appro- priate in the defender of what may be culled our ancient ecclesiastical feudalism. With all the gallantry and all the skill of the olden knigthood, he wields the weapons of his intolleclual warfare, and burns with an ardour, if not so martial, fully as heroic. There is everything winning and pre- possessing about Mr. M'Neile. Dignity and amiability are alike expressed in the finely chiselled features of his o...