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Vessels entered outwards from the 9th to the 17th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Vessels entered outwards from the Oih to the 17th Instant, inclusive. Jan. li,-HIND, 140 lons, K. Campbell & Co, agents, for Launcestdn. -.-BRITANNIA, 190 lons, Aspmal!, Brown, & Co., for Liverpool. - , - 10.-BUSSORAII MARCHANT, 530 tons, A. B. Spark agent, for Mauritius.

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EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 9th to the 17th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 9th to the 17ÍA Instant, inclusive. MARGARET, 364 tons, Biddle master, for the Mau- ritius, 46o bags flour, 11,000 bricks, 1 cow, 12 casks beef and tongues, 8 cases wine, 3 cask» copper bolls, 1 case millinery and stores. HIND, 140 tons, Scolt master, for Launceston, 4 hogs- heads Geneva, JO keg» tobacco, BO mat* sugar, I eise loaf sugar, 8 calks Port wine, 150 chests, 100 hall chests tea, 23 cask* ale, 38 casks bottled ale, 20 casks bottled porter, 4 casks « luting, 8 calks pitch, 6 cask» vinegar, 1 cask »ickle«, 1 bundle hand saws, 12 bundles spade», 28 iron pot», 10 bundles sheet iron, I case cutlery, S cases »hot, 20 boxes soap, 35 bag« salt, 2 cases l8 jar» paint oil, 1 case salad oil, 2 cases cheese, 20 bag» ginger,1 2 case; mustard, I case apothecary, I cask cream tartar, 12 coils rope,' 6 bales wool bagging, 1 bales bags, 1 bale sacks, í case» glass wai e, 4 cases hat», 1 bale shirt», 1 case sadlery, 2 cases apparel, I case bombazine», ' 1 c...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 9th to the 16th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

COMMERCIAL NEVTS. -« Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from (he Qth to the lfji/i Instant, inclusive. Jan 10.-PORCUPINE, (ship), 282 tons, Laing master, from London, Richard Jones agent ;'J10 staves, .100 bundles hoop iron, 1 bale linens, 1 cask apothecary's ware, 24 bales, 13 cases cottons, 2G coils cordage, 2 casks ironmongery, 6 bales slops, 0 cases hats, 12 cases straw lints mid bonnets, 2 cases umbrellas and parasols, 3 cases hosiery, 1 case handkeichiefs, 14 cases haberdashery, 1 cuse paper, 3 casks shoe hemp, 1 cask toys, 1 case woollens, 4 casks earthenware, W, Walker & Co.; 2 casks, 12 cases wine, 20 rolls lead, 7 bale« canvass, 2 Cases medicine, 2 cases whal- ing gear, 2 ousks slops, 3 casks blankets, U casks copper nails, 20 cases copper sheathing, 72 bundles lion hoops, 1 bag rivets, 1 case isinglass, 100 ash oars, lo carronade!!, n bundle sponges und rummers, 5 cases muskets, 5 oases ciirtouch ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

IMPOUNDING ADVEHTISEMENTS. IMPOUNDED, at North Richmond, on the 22nd December', 1831. one yellow poll cow, »vith a tittie white on the belly, branded III on ¡the olf rump, and lil on the ort" thigh, has a red male ¡calf, not branded. If not claimed within twenty-one .days from the date of this advertisement, they will be ¡sold at the Found of the undersigned to defray ex- pensas. j THOMAS WILLIAMS, Toundkeeper. 'KàrtNRichmond, Mik'Jan. 1832. {4«. 6d.] IMPOUNDED, al Melville, neau Mr. William Dean's, Western Road, on the 71» Instant, one brindle cow, a small white spot over the left eye, white streak down the back, white under, the belly and breast, hind legs nearly white, branded on the left hip »vith a cioivn, on the light hip with the appearance of 198, has n brand on Hie left shoulder resembling W. Also, a dark brindle heifer, 11 little win te under the Icily, branded on Hie left hip with the appearance of W. The ubovc rattle are <juitc »vild ; the cow lias been on Mr....

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Tlie Sydney .Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Thursday last, the first Legislative Council, under the administration of Go- vernor Bourke, commenced ils delibera- I tions in Alacquuric-street ; the proceed ings of which, as furnished to all the Sydney Journals by order of Government, we this day lay before our readers. The Colonists we are sure will hail with much satisfaction the system now adopted b) his Excellency the Governor, of allowing1 the proceedings of the Coun- cil to bo presented to the Public by the Press of the Colony generally, without any reference to party or politics, thus putlinganend lo thal exclusivo favouritism which has not only caused dissension, but has prevented the circulation of those measures most important to the country at large. A press of matter compels us to defer, until next week, our remarks upon this important Colonial event, when we shall most probably discuss the merits of the Bi...

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week, " I SUN I High tide Jnunary. , Calendar._j i Oes | lett | morn | ewn g1 I M | Wrn Pitt died, IHIIH j s 4 1 II »ti I II Mi j i» "5 g* I T I horn?V7U. "'e 0"8Jt j « a j 0 M j 0 «9 | 8~40 2T"|~w~| Conversion St. Pani. | fl fl | fi 14 | 1 la | 8 '»5 ^HMcobS^"."' ""I* 7|0 5.l|g 30|, 6 ¿7 I F j Duke Sussex b. 1771 | 1 II | li '.'2 | '1 1114 s cn I S I french »bilis uni bur I . ,. I " .. I . ,r> I . \ \ »l Botany Bay. 17E8 | ' ° I ° 5I I 4 3'' | * B 9i> I S I 4lh Sun. n. l'.piphany. j S lo | 0 311 | 5 40 | b ¡4 Lasl Quarter 2,1lh day, B iniu. past 1 in the niornine.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 14, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Government Notioc. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January U, 1832. AT 11 o'Clock of Thursday the 2Gth instant, the Materials of the Government Buildings, situated ut the corner of York street ana Barrack lane, will be put up lo Sale, on the Premises, by the Collector of Internal Revenue, Irom whom all fui Hier particulars may be obtained. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ___^__ ALEXANDER M'LUAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

' Publlo Notice- - -00 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 10th January, IBS«. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom during the last week, viz: Brothers S, Rosanna Stephens Henry Porcher, John tordo lluoghley 1, Thomas Redpath Lonach, Timothy Bairy Mangles 4, John Magiltans Maiqulsof Hastings 1, thomas Galloway Marquis of Huntley 1, Robert Uland Norfolk 1, Uzcl Lovcgrase Ditto, James Johnson Duio, Gtiorge Wakoly Ditto, George Bull Ditto, Walter Angil Sir Godfrey Websters, Arthur M'Willhmi Ditto, John Lynch Ditto, Francis Farrell. By command of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LF.AY.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

siiippiarc iMrTEïxioEwcfe. ARRIVALS. From the sperm fishery, on Stinday last, the barque Pocklington, Captain Webster, with 125 tun« of sperm oil. From Norfolk Island, the same day, the schooner Italiclla. From New Zealand, on Monday last, whence she sailed the 5th instant, the brig lite, Captain Pow ditch, with 16 tons of flax. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Weller. Spoke the Genii, on the 7th inst., with 25 tuns of .sperm oil. From Newcastle, on Thursday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. DEPARTURES. For Hobart Town, on Friday week, the steamer Surprise. For Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. For London direct, on Sunday week, the brig Stirling Castle, Captain Frazer, with a cargo of co- lonial produce. Passengers, Robert Brant!, Esq., surgeon; lion tenant It. Hamilton, 41st regiment; Mr. John Iugh, and John Monaghan. For the Mauritius, the same day, the barque Margaret Captain Riddle. For Launceston, on Monday last, the brig Hinil. For the Mauritius, on Thursday last, the sh...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Wv regret thal press of inntttr pretents the insertion of the contribuí ians of many of our moir taluable tori esponde nts m cannot tun Jind room to ac knoiLlcdye thur numerous favours We tnnt at an early opportunity, huiieiei, to hi abh to nive them attention and insertion

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

"Weekly Meteorological Table, The W LATH ER, ami Vamtlons of the THERMOME I PR during tin, past Week in S>dney, at 6 in the morning;, at noon nnd at 6* »'Clock in the e< onine Mon (1 it ni line lues 0 a m I mc 7» NE Windy HI NNE I " noon Windy 81 NNL Suitrj Sullrj 78 NE 12 voon\ Cloudv HI E 12 7IOF! Warm I'ndii) 6am Win m 7B NVE bul (5 a m sulli> (I p m Windy fi p in WuHy 6 p ni ( loud} 70 |ENE Windy HO N I) f in Sultrv Mean Temperature 78

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 2lsl January. I " £ t. ft. Wheat, Kest N. S. Wales .... 0 .?>_ 2 _ p. bns.of OOlbs. Do. second quality, do.0 4' I ditto ditto [Do. third do. do..0 3 2 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 8 ditto of flolbs. Maize, best ditto.0 ft, 11 do. mcasiireuit. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 2 pel ,lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 8 ditto Potatoes, N.S.Wales.4 0 O pet1 lop Butler, best sall.5 13 0 per cwt. Cheese, good. 2 7 8 ditto Fork, salt. 1 14 10 ditto. Bacon,.2 1 IO ditto Ham,. S 11 4 ditto W. 0. PUDDBFOOT, CommUtion Agent, George-street.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 16th January, 1832. PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Government Notice. 'UOO Colonial Secretar)'« Office, Sydney, 10th Jannnry, 1832. PRINTING. PERSONS desirous of executing such Printout as mav be, required lui the Civil De- partments ol the Government, during the year 181Î, are invited to transmit Tenders to this Ollicc, by Twelse o'clock of I tun »day, Hie Twenty sixth instant sealed and endorsed " Tender for Punting." Copie., of the various Forms may be inspected on application here, and ii is neces*ary that Hie renders specify the price of Two hundred and Fifty Copies of each, both with and without the Paper; and also, that they embrace the vhJe, otherwise they cannot be received. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER «M'LEAV.

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Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No I.) 10th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Government Order. I Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No I.) 10th January, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor directs li to be notified, that the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colnnies has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Robert Forest to be Head Master of tfieOrammar School, Parramatta, and that Mr. Forest arrived on the Util Instant. . I By Hi» Excellency's Command, I ALEXANDER M'LEAY, I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Publio Notice Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydnay, January IO, 1UJÎ. THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following Persons liavo been cancelled for the reasons set against their respective names, viz : City of Edinburgh, Mary Sullivan-having stolen property in possession. Guildford 3, James Hollander-absence from muster. Henry Porcher, Michael U'Gill-highly improper con- duct, nitto, Martin Mitchell or Muldoon-rintoul and dis oideil) conduct. Regalia, Peler Gallagher-driving callie on the »ab bath, suspected to have been stolen. Rojal Charlotte, James Scolt- for assaulting a female child. By Command of/llis Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office Sydney, 18th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Ofliep.Sydncy, Ililli Jaiiuurv, 11112. THE following Articles being required for the Public Service person» disposed lo fur- nish the same are requeued to transmit tenders to this office hy IS o'clock ou Wednesday the 26th Inst. endorsed " Tender for Paper, Ate" uccompauied by samples of the paper and pencil*: Two reams cartildge paper. Twenty lour black lead pencils. Three leather bags, with p .diets IO luches long and IS inches deep, with dis mons. Twelve leather bags. St inches by 14 Inches. Further particulars respecting the baits required, may be ascertained on application at the General Pout Office, Sydney. By Hit Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 19, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

j1 Government Notice.' - Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January IO, 1833. HIS Excellency the GOVERNOR has been pleased to direct the publication of tho following Notice of Ike general objects of two Bills, now under ino consideration of the Legis- lative Council. By Ills Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. I. " A Bill for regulating the Constitution of Juries, and for the Trial of Civil I sines in certain Cuses in tile Supreme Court ol New South Wales." In actions of law tried in the Supreme Court by a jury, the same to consist of IS persons. Every man between the nyes of twenty-one and sixty )cars, residing in lue town of sidney, or within miles therefrom, possessing m the Colony, In his own name, or in trust for linn, n clem income, arising out of teal estai«, of ¿'SO. nr it.cliMr peisonal estate uf £100, to be qualified as a juroi'. Exemptions to upply io Hie Judges of the Snpieme Court und all other persons holding olkce undci the Government, Naval and Military Oihcers...

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Coastwise from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

Codstwise from the 11 (A to the 18'/» Instant, ' inclusive. INWARDS. MARY A It y, 10 tons, Christy, Illawarra, Sundries. BEC, 14 inns. Robinson, Illawarra, sundries. PANSY, 24 ton«, Baker, Illawarra, cedar. SALLY, 17 tons, Brown, Illawarra, cedar. WILLIAM, 12 lons, Spiirks, Illawarra, cedar. SHAMROCK, 30 lons, Williams, Newcastle, coal». SOPHIA JANS, 150 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, «undiies NANCY. 10 tons, Curbeys, Hawkesbury, sundries. HOPE. 24 tun», Drown, Newcastle, coal«. OCATI'ON, 10 tons, Thompson, Newcastle, coal». MAID OF THE MILL, 14 tons, Mossman, NewcliUe, coals.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-L01U1, 397 tons, George Bunn agent, 13tlt February. -SURRY, 461 tons, Lamb 4: Co. agents, lilli Februnry, Mauiilius-BUSSOIXAH MERCHANT, 510 tons, A.B. Spark agent, loth Instant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832

äY THE LATEST ARRIVALS ON (SALE, at SAUL LYONS', Sign of the Govsruor Macquarie, No. 9, 1'itt sireei. Taylor's best double brown stout, in hogsheads Dunbar'» and Abbot's bottled ale and porter in 3, 4, and G dozen casks Mollled Perry and cider In 6 dozen casks Superior wines, consisting of Port, Sherry, Madeira, Vidonia, mid Claret, in oases of 3 dozen each j Sparkling Champagne, in 1 dozen cases, al 60s. per do7en bupeiior wines in draught, Fort, Sherry, Madeira, rencrifTe, and Cape Teneriffe wine lu pipes, half pipes, and quarter Uipe» Cape Madeira, III half pipes Spirits, limn, gin. and brandy in puncheon« Pipes mid hogsheads, III or out of bond thorndon, Linnhe, and Co 's supeuor Scutch whiskey. N. D.-PEWTER QUART AND PINT POTS. C. &, F. WILSON HAVE received by the latest arrivals, A few cask1- ol ¡stockholm pitch, Collin furniture, u lute, bluck, and gold, in sets, Pill, cross cul, hand, and tennant saul. Socket, firmer, and mortice chisels. Drawing knives and spoke sha...

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