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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

^NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We haie receiied a nell wrttttn and uell meant letter from a correspondent, with a Grech signature, but do not insert it, as tie think, under the present en- lightened Got eminent, the class of penons uhose cause the writer advocates, will mut with aery attention " A Parishioner," who complains of a clergyman making a paddock of a burial-ground, is not inserted, bung too acrimonious-ice haue no doubt the com- plaint Kill be rectified The acrostic of "A Prisoner is too laudatory for our paper, which treats of things, and not of men

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

Weekly Meteorological Table. The WTATHTR mid V mallum of the Till RMOME TER during Hit past Wetk in S}dnc>, al 0 in Hie morning, at noon and at f) o C1 >ck in the eve nine Mon j luts ti a in 0 a m Cloudy Cloudy Wed Oom Rains Cn ESL l8 noon li noon Cloud} 70 LSE Clouds 60 FSE ti p ni Clou ly 68 Calm ß p ni Clou l> <9 SSE IS noon Rainy 70 Rainy C1) SSE Hillls Han Dull 70 LSP Lndii) Ü a m Warm 71 N\W fi p in tint U0 IS noon Wind} Stillry 711 HW Wind} HO WtsW fi 7» m bullrv Mean Temperature, 72

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 9, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January g, 11132. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the appointment of Mr. It. Smith, lo be Clerk to the Benah of Magistrates, und Deputy Postmaster, at Goulburn Plains. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANULll M'Lr.AV.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

AMBROSE FOSS, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, No. l8, Pitt-street, Sydney, BEGS to solicit the attention of his Friends and the Public generally, to his extensive stock of superior Drugs and Chemicals, and trusts, by reduced prices, and genuine articles, to meet with a continuance of that patronage which ho has hitherto so liberally enjoyed. A. F. particularly recommends the following as worthy of notice :-Musratol, Bloom, Sultana and fine Pudding Raisins ; Turkey Figs, Impe- rial or French Plums, Zan te Currants, Barcelona Nuts, Almonds, Pickles, and Durham Mustard, they being excellent articles, by the latest ar- rivals in the Colony. «Ether, Assafotidu, Aromatic vinegar for the head-ache Aromatic pasillos for fumigating Anderson' Scott's pills Alum Antimonial Wine Aloes Socotorinc and Barhadoc« /Ethiops" Mineral Adhesive plaster, ditto spread Aniseed and powder Antimony, AsheMos Arsenic, white and yellow Annntlo, or cheese colom ¡nu, Apolliccaries'scales and weight» Aquafortis Bark, Balsam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

Publie Notioe. OO Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, _ January y, >8.V¿. PT^IIE undermentioned Persons have M obtained Certificates of Freedom during the last week, viz: Asia 1, Edward Lochlim Ditto, Daniel Connor Batavia, Samuel Cramp Brothers 2, Mary Hynes Cambridge, John Russell Elizabeth 4, Ann Murphy Florentin, John Clarke Hercules 2, James Silsby Hooghlcy 1, Henry Mou re Ditto, Patiich Smith Ditto, William Kelly Ditto, John Muelyt Ditto, John Smith Larkins 1, William Tarlington Lonach, JohnCulbeit Ditto, Edward Ryan Ditto, John Monaghan Ditto, John Doyle Ditto, Henry Byrne, or Monks Marinera, Catherine Lungan Ditto, Caroline Hornley Marquess of Huntley I, Thomas Ridgeway Minstrel 2, Henry Hall Ditto, Alexander Cowice Ditto, James Riley Ditto, John Wild Ditto, William Basin Neptuo?, James Featherstone Ditto, John Henderson Regalia, Janies O rave» Sir Godfrey Webster 2, James Finn Ditto, Daniel Stevens Ditto, William Smith Ditto, Janie» Jackson, or Mackin Ditto, George Fair...

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Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 9th January, 1832. TITLE-DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copiai verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, gib January, 18J2. TITLE-DEEDS. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it lo he nniilicü, that in compli ince with his Majesty's commands, all title deeds of lauds alienated by ihc crown, will, in future, be enrolled in the Supicme Court; and thal the following fee» will be charged thereon, including, in each case, a fee of five »hillings for each enrolment, viz. On each Grant or Sale of Land, Not exceeding 640 acres, including allotment» in towns or their suburbs . IS'. No1 exceeding 1 Olio acies. 2S-. Not exceeding 1 (J20 acres. -15s. All above 1,<J20 acres. 42s. By His Exet Heney'» Command, ALEXANDER M'LF.AY.

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

ENGLISH NEWS. TRIAL BY JURY PETITION.-On the 30th August, Mr. L. Bulwer gave notice of a motion, for the appointment of a select Committee, to inquire into the state of New South Wales, with a view to decide upon its fitness for Legislative im- provement, and the extent to which that improvement should be carried.-And," also, to present a petition from the Colony, praying for Trial by Jury, and a Legisla- tive Assembly. Lord George Hill, Governor of one of the British Colonies, has been declared a public defaulter to the amount of 2000/. and his conduct strongly animad- verted upon in the House of Commons. It is said to be in contemplation of Government to take all turnpike trusts in the kingdom in¿> their own hands. A meeting of the Vnn Diemcn's Land Agricul- tural Company took place on the 24th August, when the Company was declared in a flourishing state. (For remainder of English News, see last page.)

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AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

AUSTRALIAN* Best Flocks, superior Fleeces, -3 G to 5 0 " lowet ditto, - 2 3 2 7J " Lamb Wool, - - 2 JJ 3 OJ Second best Flocks, - - - - 1 lo 2 5| " Lamb Wool, - - 1 3 2 0 Inferior Tlocks, .10 l 10 "Australian Wool is sold by public auction, for ready money, Spanish and German Wool generally hy private contract, at 3, G, and 9 months' credit. The latter is also washed and assorted with much greater attention and skill. These circumstances leqmre to be boine in mind, to make a fair comparison ot the respective pi ices. CAPE WOOL, .1 2 to I 9 The quotation for the second-best Australian flocks is a trifle under the extreme price of a few bags ofthat class in 1830, still, several flocks, ot each das«, have pioduced higher average prices this yeat than the last, owing to the good washing and length of staple having caused competition foi combing pin poses ni the range of 2s to 2s 3\d per lb. The increased avei age on some ot the most improved flocks is li oin '¿d to 3^0". per lb. The adv...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

MAHKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 400 bushels of wheat werp brought to town from various p u ts, ami sold at from 3s. Gil to 5s. 3 1. per bushel, bung an advance of Is. Maize maintained the late high puces; other grain st.ttionaiy Vegetables were plentiful, and firm at our last quotations. Dairy pioduce scaice, at a considerable use in price. Fruit abundant, and in demand. But little business has been done in cattle, and butcher's meat is without al- teration. Flour took a rise of 2s per cwt. Hoi ses hung on hand fiom the high late of ino vendei Wool, of good quality and staple, is it) demand. Woods aie rather dull of sale.

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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng- H lid. Of. a Bl. pj do. cloz. 1 Sr a Hi Colonial-H lid. GO a 8(> do. eloz. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng, -Hhd.7/. a8¿ do. gal, 4t a (it Colonial-Hlid. 4ft r. ii do. gal. 2 a o Biscuit.pcrcwt. la a l8 Blankets,Col.p.pr. lu a 30 Blue.lb. 2 a oo Biend,21h. loal,3d a Oslld Buller, fresh ...,2s0 a 2 t! salt.1 Galt) Candles,MIds.lb.I o a 0 00 Dips....o 11 a 0 00 Cattle- Bullocks en. I5xa60< Working do. (io a 80 Cows,.. . " :)i) a 40 ilo,in Milk ,, 40 a 6o Calves.,, Gut) Sheep.,, 5 a (i Pigs,. 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a un Cheese, Eng.lb.2« 3d a Os'WI Col. "07 a 0 0 Cloth,I'utriuuuUa per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Uinail do. 3 4 u 0 0 Coffee grml. Iii. 1 fj a 0 0 Ei?gs, per doz. 1 O a I 3 I'liix, NewZea. ion, lol a l8» Flour, lOOlbs. fine 2nds Barker, ....ttsOd-lu«od Longford, ..12 G -IO G Dixon,.U 0 -le 0 Guard.11 0 -0 0 Vickers, ....14 0 -12 o Hall.11 0 -12 0 Gordon, ....11 0 -12 0 Fruit, ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Bonella, the great monopolist of flour, in Hie Havannah, lids failed for 250,000 dollars, and has got eight years and four mouths to pay his debts, without interest. This must shake com- mercial confidence. Mr. Peterson has been appointed Chief Jus- tice of St. Vincent. He arrived on the 20th, and was sworn in on the 27th of May. Lady Baird wife of the late Sir David Baird, is about to raise a chaste and classical monument to his memory on Fow ; a chastail overlooking the Strath of Perth, and which will be visible from Dundee. The house of Ardkinglass, near Lairndon, in Argyleshire, Scotland, the splendid seat of Mr. Callendar of Craigforth, was burned to the ground in August last. The library was saved,   but the furniture destroyed. SIGNS OF THE TIMES.-A loan has been ef- fected in London for the Pope. The price is not known, but the amount is half a million sterling, paying S per cent. John Rennie, Architect of London Bridge, and son of the late cel...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

Tile Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IT gives us much satisfaction to witness, 4n the English newspapers of August last, that the subject of Government printing, to ivhich we have so repeatedly adverted as one partaking of abuses that .might easily be remedied, has engaged the atten- tion of Mr. HUME, and other Members of the House of Commons, who will prosecute the matter till it is placed upon a better and more liberal footing. If all other Go- vernment works, supplies, &c. are put up to tender, we cannot see why printing should be exempted, when it is notorious that it might be effected at a much cheaper rate. We, individually, have no particular in- terest in its disposal, except that, arising from public competition ; but as the com- munity, and wc, amongst others, supply our share of the funds required to uphold the monopoly, we cannot permit any op- portunity to pass without bringing it before the public, and endeavour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Sydney, SJ. pet* Qtia/'ter.- Single Numbers, Id. ' Country, (postage included)C}K.2d. per Quarter. \ TERRIS OK ADVKKTISUMIíNTS. For Eight Linn und undtr, '¿s. Gd., (nul \tt. . each, for all nímre ; fur er fry insertion. TOR LONDON DIRECT, TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON OR BEFORE THE 20th PROXIMO. THE well-known Fast Sailing Ship, SURRf, 4CI tons register, CHAHLbb KEMP, Commander. This ship having taken on board the ßrentcr part nf her cargo, lias only room for louse Hides and Wool. Her accommodations ure excellent, and she will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passsge, apply to Lamb, Buchanan, & Co. Casllercagh-street, ) Jan 1*. «32. J For Liverpool Direct. 'T'HE very fast sailing, first class brig, -?. BRENDA, 255 tons, Is soon expected from Hobart Town, with a good portion of her return Cargo on board, and as »lie it under engagement to tnil shortly after her arrival, intending passengers anil shippers are requested to apply mimed lately to WM, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

TO COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. THE Country Subscribers to the SYDNEY HERALD are re-   spectfully informed, that up to the 31st Ultimo, Three Quarters' Subscription were due for that Journal. The Pro- prietors therefore request, that such of their Patrons in the Interior as have not yet had an opportunity of liquidating their Accounts, will be kind enough to do so at their earliest convenience, or otherwise give instructions to their Agents in Sydney —the extreme low Charges for subscribing- and advertising not ad- mitting of long-standing Debts. Payments, on account of the SYDNEY HERALD, may be made to Mr. JOHN HOWE, of Windsor, or Mr. HUGH TAYLOR, of Parramatta, the only Per- sons in the Interior authorised to receive Money for that Journal ; to Mr. Wm. ALDIS, Collector, Sydney ; or at the Office of Publication, No. 5, King-street. Printed Receipts, with the written Signature of "STEPHENS & STOKES,"   will be furnished by each of the above named Individua...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

BIRTH.—On Sunday the 8th instant, Mrs. Alderton, of King-street, of a son. DEATHS.—On Tuesday evening, Dr. Martindale, Surgeon of H. M. foot 17th Regiment. On the 10th instant, at Newcastle, Dorothy, wife of Mr. James Pawsey, late of His Majesty's Customs, aged 41 years. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE MILITARY.-Some new and very neces- sary regulations have been made respecting the performance of Divine Worship to the military. The troops in garrison will, in future, march to St. Philip's Church at 0 o'clock every Sunday morning so as not to interrupt the usual Service, and return to Barracks at 11. The Rev. George Innes has been appointed to officiate as Military Chaplain. By this regulation room will be made for several hundred parishioners, who have hitherto been deprived of sittings in the churches. NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.-A new Custom House is shortly to be erected on the site of the old Naval Office, for offices only. The nature of the ground is such as would enable stores to be built underneath the proposed building at a very trif- ling additional expense, which would soon pay itself as bonded stores. There could be at- tached an excellent wharf, even with the stores to the water, and the grand entrance from George-street would still be level with the....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL!». From London, on Saturday week whence she sailed the 12th September, the Ship Porcupine,^Captain Lang. Lading sundries. Passengers, Rev. li. Forrest, Mrs. Forrest, Mr. George Fletcher, Mrs. Fletcher, and John Jones. ' From Newcastle, the same day, the schooner Caroline. 'From England via Hobart .Town, on Tuesday last, having left' the former place the Gth of Aug. and the latter the 6th instant, the barque Auriga, (381 tons), Captain Chalmers, with a general cargo of merchandise. Passengers, Iiev. Mr. and Mrs. Orton, Miss Orton, 4 children and servant ; Miss Mathew, Mr. A. Thomson, Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. Chambers, Rev. Mr. Turner, Mr. Brennand, and 5 steerage passengers. From ligbart Town, the same day, having sail- ed from thence the 3rd instant, the ship Research, (253 tons), Captain Ogilvie, witli general cargo. ^Passengers, Mujor-General Stewart, Dr. Jacob, and Ensigns Kennedy and Poet, of the lion. E. I, Company's Service. From Newcastle, on Thursday...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

POUCE INCIDENTS. MONDAY, JAN. 0.-Philip King, an old veteran in the path of disobedience, was charged with gammoning lame, although he could find his way to Sydney from his master's farm to sell brooms, and procure tobacco with the proceeds. Seven days to the mill. James Brown, assigned to Mr. Barker, was sentenced 50 lashes for selling his slops, the magistrates expressing their determination to punish severely all agressions of this kind. Elizabeth Weatherall, for not being able to weather the influence of the grog bottle, was sent to the factory for one month. Patrick Cochrane, for getting snuffy, and then endeavouring to bounce his master out of some dumps was sent to the stepper for three days. Mary Connor, for throwing all the hard words in Hardy Vaux's dictionary at her mistress head, was sent to try Gordon's Villa for one month. Thomas Dunn, for strolling through the streets with a female under his wing, singing " Had I a heart for falsehood framed I ne'er could injure you,"...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th January, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Uth January, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. TITLE DEEDS of the undermentioned Grants of Land and Town Grants, described in the Government Notices of nth June, 10th Sep- tember, and Gili December, Into, ami loth January, $4th March, lilli April, and Ulli May, 1831, bave been Uli» day transmitted to the registrar of Hie Supreme Court, in order that, when duly enrolled, they may he forwarded through tUe Surveyor General, lo the col- lecter of the Internal Revenue, for the purpose of being delivered lo Um respective ynrtiei upon payment of the fees prescribed by tlie Government Notice of the i gili Instant, and any arrears of Quit rent which may be due thereon, vii. : GRANTS OF LAND. ). John Payne Lloyd, 300, five hundred acres, Banks- town; deseiibed in the name of John Philip Lloyd. Deed dated 17th June, 1B3J. 2. William Swan, 100, One hundred acirs, Banks- town, described in the name of William Swaine, Deed dated I71I1 June, I H.I I. 3. ...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2nd to the 9th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. -« Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2nd to the Oth Instant, inclusive. JAN 3-CAROLINE, (ship) 300 tons, Parker master, from London, Dawes, Gore, & Co. agents, r>0 pun clieuns, 00 hogsheads rum. 7 enies stationery, t case cottons, Campbell fc Co. ; 211 cusrs pickles and sauces, 12 cases mustard, g casks hams, l8 bales bugging, Apinall Se Co. ; 14 ca«es copper, 4 kegs copper nails, 3 bale* sail clolh, 1 case stationery. 2 casks iionmon gery, 120 bundles iron hoops, W. Walker & Co. ; 28 casks bottled beor, 13 puncheons rum, I case earthen- ware, 1 case haheid.isherv,, Lamb ii Co. ; 1J pun- cheons lum, 1 case haberdashery, 2 bales slops and twine, 1 a.isk apothecary, ] cask currants, 1 cask spices, W. Wilks; 70 puncheons, SO hogsheads rum, io hogsheads of Geneva, 2 hogshead« wine, 3 butts iclincd sugai,5 cases of blue, 20 cases stat eli, 16 cases muslurd, 3 cases brushes, 1...

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