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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 7th Inst. B. P. rum, .12.380 gallons ; brandy, 25,804 gallons; gin, 8,318 gallons, other spirits, 5,158 gallons; lobiicio, 59,180 pounds. Received during Hie week, B r. Rum, 4,033 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P, rum, 2,531 gallons, brandy, 250 gallons; gin, 244 gallons; tobacoo, 3,505 pounds. Delivered foi exportation, B. P. rum, 62 gallon« ; Urandy, I5J gallons; gin, 6 gallons; tobacco, 1,681 ponnds. Stock on hand 14lh tust. B. P. mm, 34,420 gallons; brandy, 25,r>29i gallons; gin, U OCtl gallons; other spirits, 5,158 gallons; tobacco, 86,733 pounds. Januat y IG, 11132.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling)(Prices. Ale, Eng.-H lid.Si. a 8/. Im do. doz. lura H/ Colonial-llhd. 60 a 80 do. dolí. 0 n 8 Beer, Eng;. - (Hid. 7/« uBi do. gal. As n & Colonial-IIhd.4,r. c 5Í do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....pcrcwt. 15 n, lu Blankets, Col.p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue,.lb. 2 a 00 Bread,2lh. lout,3d a Oslld Butler, fresh ...,IsQ a 2 0 salt.1 6 a 1 o Candles,Mlds.lb.I 0 a 0 00 Dips....O 8 a 0 00 Cattle-Bullocks ea.45/ a 6o> Working do. (io a 81) Cows,.. . " 30 a 40 do.in Milk " 40 a 60 Calves,....,, 6 a it Sheep,....,, 5 a G Pigs,., 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 II 00 Cheese,Eng.lb.2sSda Osod Col. "07 u 0 9 Cloth,Purrumattu per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a û 0 Coffee grnil. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. I 0 a 1 .1 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/a 18i Flour, 1001 bs. line 2nd s Barker, ....HsOd-12» od Longford, ..12 6 -10 G Dixon,.14 d -12 0 Girard, ....11 o -li o Vickers, ....14 0-12 0 Hall.140 -12 0 Gordon, ....14 0 -12...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
OTÁHKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. Tile supply this morning was nioic abundant than wo have witnessed for many months. About 1500 bushels of wheat were sold, at from 3s. 9d. to 5s 4d. per bushel. Maize still main- tains its pi ice. Barley, oats, and rye, at our last quotations. Dali y produce much in demand, at high prices. Vegetables were abundant, of an excellent quality, and ut moderate prices. Fruits of every description were abundant, and of the best description. In soap and candles no alteration. Butcher's meat has increased consi- derably in price, owing to the scaicity of fut cattle occasioned by the drought. Horses were more saleable than last week. Wool fúr^t&por tation is still in demand.
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY, JAN. 16.—Frances Hawkins, pos- sessing a charming obliquity of vision, was charged with "peeling," and offering to have &nbsp; a round with her master for love or money ; but the challenge not being accepted, Frances was sent to the watch-house, and from thence con- ducted before their Worships, who directed her to be safely transferred to the care of Mrs. Gor- don for two months. John M'Donald was sent to the stocks for three hours, having been picked up in the streets the previous evening in a state of intoxication. Catherine Anderson, assigned to a Mrs. Gay- nor, was then charged with patroling the streets at all hours of the night; but it appearing that her mistress kept her for that purpose, she was returned to Government, and Mrs. Gaynor was directed to be debarred the indulgence of an assigned servant in future. TUESDAY, JAN. 17—James Ketly, for perti- naciously adhering to guzzle "strong waters," &nbsp; when Adam's ale was prescribed...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 12th January, 1832. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
Government Fíotioe, Colonial Secretary'» Oíllce, Sydney, lilli January, I8J2. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. THE following descriptions of-Allot _ nient» of Land in the 'Iown of Parramatta, with the name» of the purtles by whom they nre respectively claimed, are published fur general in- formation ; and notice la hereby given, that at the end of three months fiom the presint dale, unless written caveat» .be previously lodged in this Oflice, deeds ot giant will be -preputed, in conformity willi Hie Go- vernment Order, No. 2y, dated the Suth May I82D, foi such of the said allotments as are not reserved or al ready granted. * It i» requested Hint any christian or surname», mis- taken or omitted, may be communicated to" tins fiffice at full length, III order that the necessary correction» may bo made. Parisli of St. John. SECTION 2. Bounded on the north by Campbell street; catt by the Sydney road ; south by the weitem road ; anil on the wost hy Marsden »trcet. ALLOTMENTS. 1. Samuel Larken, ac I, I r ...
ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AT THE OPENING OF THE PRESENT SESSION, ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, TO TUE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AT T/iE OPENING OF THE PRESENT SESSION, ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 19.1832. Council met pursuant to summons. His Ex- cellency the tsovkiiNon took, tho Chair, and read the following Addiess: Gentlemen of the Legislative Council, Before I proceed to state the business upon which I have called yon together, 1 desire to ex- press the satisfaction I feel at being enabled, by your presence, to obtain the advice and assistance of persons so long and so intimately acquainted with the affairs ol' this Colony. I have directed scvcrul lulls to be prepared, and laid before you, some of which require your immediale attention. Amongst these is the'Bill for regulating the Constitution of Juries, and for the Trial of Issues in certain Cases in the Supreme Court of New South Wales. This Bill was brought before you in the last year, but was not finally passed, and as the Act of 1821) expired on the 31st December last, th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
SHERIFF'S SALES: tn tile Supreme Court. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 20TH JAN. 1832. Lyons v. Jackson. ON Thursday, the 2nd February next, at One o'clock, in George street, opposite Po lacli's London I'nverii, Sjduey, ihe .Slicrilf will cause to be sold, all the right, title, interest and estato of Defendant, In and to nil that piece orpuiccl of land situate lying and being on the noitli east shie of tho river Nepean, anil reaching between Ihoarnlileground and the river, with the watermill and buildings there- on erected. Also, all that oilier piece or parcel of land, cnntainiiig 20 acres, mure or les«, sitúale lying; ann being in the district ni Evan; bounded on tho north by land in the possession of George Collis ; on the weat by Lind in the possession of Elisabeth Field, and on the east by land in the occnpaiion of John Pembroke. Also, all thatother piece nrpnroel of land, containing 20 acres, more or les«, situate on the south cast corner of Field's farm, in Hie district of Castle- reagh, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - Sydney, 5s. per Quarter.-Single Numbera, 7J. j Country,(pottage included)&s. 3d. per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, Us. (i&lt;/., and hi. each, for all above ; fur every insertion. FOR jLONDON DIRECT? TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON OR BEFORE THE ¿Olli PROXIMO. THE well-knpwn Fast Sailing Ship, SURRY, 4CI tons register, CHARLES KEMI', Commander. This blnp having taken on bonni the greater part of her cargo, huí only room for !oo9e Hides and Wool. Her accommodations are excellent, and she will carry an expeuenced Surgeon. Sor Freight or Fasssge, apply to Lamb, Buchanan, At Go. Castlereagh street,) Jan 14. 1832. j_ For Liverpool Dlreot. fJ^HE very fast sailing, first class brig, -*. BRENDA, 255 tons, Is soon expected from itobartTown, with a good portion of lier return cargo on board, and as she Is under engagement to sail shortly after her arrival, intending passengers and shippers are requested to apply immediately to WM...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
, - On Tuesday last, Captain Fowler, of the ship I Elizabeth, having led'the accomplished Misa j Cartwright to the hymeneal altar, most of the ships in port, particularly the whalers, were ' dressed at S A. M. in their gayest colours ; when they fired a salute in honour of the auspicious event. Information lias been received, from New Zea- land, of the death of Capt. David, of the Nelson, whaler. On the arrival of the Sophia Jane steamer at Newcastle,last trip, several of her passengers, the captain, und some of.the crew that weie in the boat, quarrelled when going ashoic, whereby a few of them got their jackets wetted overboard. Some of the party weie bound to the peace at Newcastle, but it is expected the gentlemen of the long robe will finally adjust the matter. The Isabella has brought up several witnesses, in cases of inuider at Norfolk Island, which will be tiied uext Sessions. - The Stirling Castle shipped a large cargo of Colonial produce for England. Whalers, in running dow...
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sidney, 12th January, 1832. SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during Hie past Weeli, and copied verbatim from die Gazette. Government Notice. Colouial Secretary's Office, Sidney, I2th January, 1833. SALE OP LAND. AT 12 o'clock of Friday the thirteenth day of April next, the Collector of Internal Revenue will put up lo Auction, at the Police Office,Sydney, the undermentioned pontons of Land, mi the conditions detailed in the Government Order of 1st August, It!31 No. 22. The lund will be put up ut tha price of five shillings per acre; and the highest bidder of that sum or up- wards (if free) will be declared the purchaser. Bul before Hie bidding ii accepted, Hie party will be lequired to pay down a deposit of len per cent, on the amount of the purchase money, and to signan engagement to pay the balance within one calendar month, under penally of fuileitlng both Hie deposit and the land. If payment be not made within the preset ¡bed pe- riod, the deposit will he foifeitrd accordingly, and the land will...
ORIGINAL POETRY, FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. SONNET TO THE OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
ORIGINAL POETRY, FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. -000 SONNET TO THE OCEAN. All hail ! thou dark mysterious Ocean,hail ! &nbsp; Can it be age that tips thy waves with snow? Can it be joy that wakes the murmuring flow Of thy sweet music ? What are they that sail Like globes of silvery light, above thy breast, Revolving in the sunbeams ? Can they be The souls of shipwreck'd seamen ? Will they flee When eve descends, and nature sinks to rest- When the pale trembling moonbeams lightly run Along thy liquid plain ? Will they unite And mingle with the spirits of the night, Or rest beneath thy dark waves, till the sun, Upspringing from the wide horizon's misty verge, Tints the fantastic clouds, and gilds thy swelling surge? H.H. Sydney, January 15, 1832.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 11, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 11, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. TITLE DEEDS of the undcrmen-> tioned Town Allotments, and Lands purchased from Hie Ciown, have been lliiv day trans- mitted to the Registrar of ihe bupicine Court, in order that, when duly enrolled, lbe> may be furwjrded, through the Surveyor General, to the Collector of la- terita! Revenue, loi the purpose of being delivered t» the respective parties, upon payment ol the fees pic scribed by the Government Notice of the Qlh instant, and any arrears of quit rent which may be¡due thereon, viz.: I. William Brutus Lea, ne. 0, 0 r. 5 p. live perches; town of Sydney, palish of al. Lawrence ; bounded on the north by Liverpool urcct, bealing west one di gi ia thirty minutes north sixty seven links; on ihe «vest by George slieut, bearing south G degiees west forty /our links ; and on Ihe south and east by nuuibci thir- teen allotment, bealing east foin degrees south sixty eight links, and uurlli l...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Quarter Sessions. I TUESDAY, JAN. 17.-The Quarter Sessions for the district of Sydney commenced this day, ne- ible \v*. Foster, E»q. Chairman, and J. E. Man- ning, Esq. J. P. ? Samuel Stone was indicted for stealing one plough plane, the property, of the'King, at Syd- ney, on the 5th December. The proof of steal- ing not being very clear, the Jury acquitted him, when he was remanded to take his li ¡al for re- ceiving. George Wright was indicted for stealing one pair of barnes, the property of Thomas Steele, at Sydney, on the 23d October. The prisoner was found guilty, and remanded for sentence. James Kelly was indicted for stealing one shirt, the proporty of James Roberts, at Sydney, ou the 2d December. Guilty. The prisoner was again indicted for stealing one loaf and one boat, the propcity of William Wicks, at Sydney, on the 2d December. Guilty, and remanded. Peter Miller was indicted for stealing one pint of rum, the property of John Morris, at Sydney, on ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. PARAMATTA ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. PARAMATTA ADJOURNED MEETING. On Wednesday the adjourned Meeting, fur petitioning the King on tho subject of the Land Regulations, was held at Paramatta, pursuant to public advertisement. After the Sheriff had stated the objects of the meeting, Mr. Wentworth moved, that as one of the principal objects of the petition had been gained, by the extension of time for the payment of arrears (as published in a Government Notice of the 9th instant), he would propose an adjourn- ment sine die, which was seconded by Mr. II. M'Arthur. Mr. Keith moved an adjournment of the meet- ing to that day four weeks, and then to be held at Sydney, which was seconded by Mr. Wills. Mr. James M'Arthnr supported Mr. Went- worth^ motion, and Mr. E. S. Hall that of Mr. Keith. After considerable discussion upon the above motions, it was proposed by Mr. Chambers, and seconded by Sir John Jamison, that the meeting be adjourned to that day six months, then to be held at Paramatta, which was ca...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
MARRIED.— At St. Luke's Church, Liverpool, on the 17th instant, Captain Fowler, of the ship Elizabeth, to Jane Catherine, youngest daughter of the Rev. R. Cartwright, of the above place. On Saturday the 14th instant, at St. James' Church, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Mr. J. B Smithers, to Miss Ann Newton, daughter-in-law of Mr. Thomas &nbsp; &nbsp; Collins, late of the Royal Oak, George street. BIRTHS.—On Saturday, 14th instant, at Parramatta, Mrs. T. W. Bowden, of a daughter. On the 26th December,1831, at Goulburn Plains, Mrs. Robert Allan, of a daughter. DEATHS.—On Friday last, after a few days illness, at the residence of Mr. Michael Phillips, O'Connell- street, Horatia Samuel, Esq. of London, aged 19 years, deeply deplored by a numerous circle of ac- quaintances. On the 15th instant, at her residence in Liverpool, Mrs. Anne, wife of Mr. William Wilson, a very old and respectable inhabitant of this Colony. She performed the duties of a wife and mother in a most exe...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 January 1832
OUTWARDS. GLATTON, 16 tons, Thompson, Newcastle, ballast. &nbsp; WILLIAM, 14 tons, Spaiks, illawarra, ballast, £££,. li tons. Robinson, I Nuwarra, sundries. ; FANNY, 23 tons, Baker, Illawarra, ballast. NANCY. 10 lons, Carboys, Tewkesbury, ballast. ÙOPHIA JANE, 150 lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries. , REDPOLE, ft lons, Mulray, Broken Bay, ballast. MARY ANN, 12 tuns. Christy, Hawkosbnry, sundries, SALLY, 17 lons. Brown, Illawarra, ballast. GLATTON, lo lons,-Thompson, Newcastle.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-LOTUS, 3Q7 tuns, Geurge Bunn agent, 13th February. -SURRY, 461 ton«. Lamb St Co. agents, 15th Febiuary. Liverpool-BRITANNIA, 190 tons, Aspinall, Browne, Se Co. agents, 4th February. Hobart Town-ItEsEARCH, 253 tons,' Aspinall, Browne, Se Co. agents, 4th February. South Seas-JANE, 221 tons, A. Mossman agent, this day. South Seas-NIMROD, 231 tons, R. Campbell, Se Co. agents, 29th January.
Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23d Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 10th io the 23d Instant, inclusive. Jan. l8.-RESEARCH, ?53 tons, Asptnall, Browne, de Co. agents. Hobart Town. --21.-JANE, 220 tons, A. Mossman agent, South Seas. -21.-WILLIAM SrOVELD, ISO tons, A. Mossman! agent, South Seas; -Ï3-NIMROD, 231 tons, II. Campbell St Co. »gem, South Seas. '
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 16th to the 23d Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
EXPORTS. I Vessels Cleared from the \Oth to the 23d Instant, inclusire. BUSS0RAH MERCHANT (ship), 530 tons, Moncrief I master, for the Mauritius, ballast and stores. I ELIZABETH (barque), S3» lons, Uonnl master, for Hobart Town ; 621 logs celar, 87 planks blue gum, 71 New Zealand deals, 200 Norway deals, 75 bag, barley, l8 cases soap, SO barrels pork, 07 casks wine, 2 anchors, I case slops, I case apparel and «lores.