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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

RATES OF INSURANCE. * To London and Liverpool-2ito 5~ per cent. - :Holiart Town-- per cent. Launceston-- per cent.. • ~..... _ ,U L X.C·V C

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

To London-Wool, ld. to .1d. per lb.; oil, 31. 10s. per tun ; timber, 31. 10s. per load, flax, 41. to 41. 10s. per ton. STo Liverpool-ditto, ditto. : To Hobart Town and Launceston?i11; 5s. toi 1. O10s. per ton. To Swan River--l. 10s. to 21. per ton; To New' ealanid and the' South Sea Islands21.: to 21. 10s. per ton.

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English Extracts. PRISONERS' COUNSEL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

*ngUtIs Extnatt0. ..PRISONERS' COUNSEL BILL. EFROM THE LONDON TIMES.] IMPERIAL PARLI AMENT.--HOUSEOF COMMONS, THURS DAY, JULY 9.-Mr. Ewart moved the third reading of the Prisoners' Counsel Bill. Colonel Percival saw, no advantage that this bill could give to prisp rs. It was full of plausibility. and delusion. If -iy English member would move that the bill be read a. third time that day- six months, . he would support the amendment. Sir E. Wilmot also maintained, that this measure would give no benefit to the prisoners, but would, generally speaking, be injurious to them. That, he believed, was the opinion, with one or two exceptions,. of all the judges, and of two-thirds of the bar. If the measure only proposed to give prisoners defence by counsel in capital cases, he should not object to it, but he must object to their being allowed them in minor criminal cases. At the last Warwick sessions, of 400 cases, two-thirds consisted of minor cases, the offenders being under eighteen year...

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Markets. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. _ -o- .; Vegetables were well supplied this day-Derwent potatoes, 6s. per cwt. ; Colonial'ditto, 14s. periditto; N'ew ditto, 16s. to 18s.; cabbages, 3d. each, :biocoli; 3d. to 4d. each. Turnips, 3d. per bunch. Carrots, 3d. to 4d. per ditto. Asparagus, 3d. to 4d. per ditto.. Shalots, l1d. per ditto. Leeks, 2d. per ditto.; Ra dishes, Id. per ditto.: Artichokes, ls. 6d. to 2s. per dozen. Peas, 2s. 6d. per peck. Oranges, ls.:to 2s. per dozen. Lemons, Is. 6d. to 2s. per.ditta. Straw. berries, 2s. per quart. Loquats,.4d. per ditto. `-Poul try, plentiful-Fowls, 5s. to 5s. 6d. per couple. Ducks, 5s. per ditto.' Geese, 8s. to 10s. per ditto. Turkeys; 16s. per ditto. Pigs, 3s. each. Batavia butter, ls.3d. per lb. Colonial salt ditto, Is. 6d. to 2s. per do. fresh 2s. 6d. Eggs, 1s. 6d. per'doz. Salt pork. 6d. to 6d. per lb. Bacon, lOd. per ditto. Hams. 1s, per ditto. Cheese, 6d. to 8d.?per= ditto. 'Soap 'and, ;Candles, 8d. per ditto. Bread; 61d. per 21b. loaf. Butcher's meat...

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PRICE OF BANK SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

'Australian .. ... £50 a £.)0 per cent. premium. 'New South Wales £27 'a £30 per share premium. Commercial. :.. . £9 10 a £14 persliare premium.

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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

TUESDAY IvNOVEMBEI., 10, VEonADnLEs-DI)erwent potatoes, 16s. per cwt., new,, ditto' (Colonial) 15s. to 16s. per ditto. Cabliages, 3d. each. Brocoli, 2d. to 3d.-each. Carrots and turnips, 3d. to 5d, per bunch. Onions, ?d.:per lb., Leeks, 2d. per bunch. Shalots, id. per ditto. Peas, 2s. per peck. Broadbeans, ,2s. per ditto. Poultry, same prices as on Friday. Salt butter, .1s. ,8d. to 2s. 3d. per lb. Fresh ditto, 2s. Gd. per ditto. Eggs, scarce, and sold at 2s. Od. to 2s. Gd. pcr dozeom Salt pork, 8d. per lb. Bacon, 10d. to Is. per*ditto. H-ams, 1s. to Is, id. per ditto. 'Cheese, 8d. to "9d. per ditto. Soap and Candles, 8d. per ditto. Bread,; 5&d. per 21b. loaf. .Oranges, Is. 6d. to 2s. 6d. 'per dozen. Lemins, Is. to ls. Gd. per ditto. BJutcher's meat still very scarce-Beef, 4¼d. to 5d. per lb. by the carcase, 6jd. per'lb. by the joint; mutton, by 'he carcase 4d. per lb., by the joint- Gd; per ditto. *Oaten hay 121. to 131. per ton:. 1Maize, 7s. per bushel . Oats, 6s. per ditto...

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THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. THE Editor and the Collector of' that respect- able Journal The Sydney Gazette both made their debut at the Police Office on Satur- day last, on a charge of assault. From the evi- dence it appeared that the Prosecutor was at- tacked by the Collector and some others, that he called aloud for assistatnce, but was in an instant put beyond crying by the Editor of The Gazette, who FELL upon him also, rather however, in prosecutor's opinion with the intention (although it had the opposite effect) of assisting him. There seems to be something contaminating in the very air whiclh is inhaled by the denizens of The Gazette office. We regret exceedingly that we neglected when the Committee of the Legis- lative Council on Police and Gaols were sitting, to urge upon them the propriety and expediency of recommending to His Excellency the Go- vernor to appoint a police magistrate for the especial behoof of The Sydney Gazette establish- ment. Cases from that quarter are now of s...

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JOHN LAING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

JOHN LAING of' The Sydney Gazette Office, whoseý committal on a charge. of= forgery; w' ý;e meritioned :ii a former. number, was -brought up for trial on Saturday, last: The `evidence against: him ' was- clear and conclusive. i4-Hs 'ounsel,; Mr.a Sydney Stephen strained every nerve to save his client, but.his endeavours were fruitless. The Ji~ry retiirned a` 'veidict of guilty, and the prisoner was remanded ,for sentence. Thie :caseof fthis. young man is a peculiarly me laindcidlyone, and affords a striking proof of the de-. mirilizing influence. which a bad example has on .the young and ,inexperienced: Born of highly res pectable parents, (for -we have been, at soie pains . to learri his previoushistory), lie received a good education.-, and- coritiniued to conduct himself with' the iutmost.propriety, until in an evil hour lie ?jobtained a situatioi ?in The' Sydney Gazette .Offich. The effects of the :example which-was there set to him:by the worthies; of that establish .ment soon....

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Military Statistics. THE TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

ITHE TWENTY-EIGHTifREGIMENT WE this week continue our extracts from Col. Cadell's interesting narrative of the campaigns of the gallant 28th. The following is his account of the capture of Copenhageii: O,On the mobrning of the 15th, the fleet sailed fromi Elsih're; itn the direction of Cdpenhagen, and at four o'clock,; on the morning of the 16th- of August com menced landing at the small village of Wibeck, about eight miles from the town. This was the place where Charles' XII. landed on his first campaign. We ,received. no opposition;, we only saw. a few dragoons. at a distance,.: The?iarmy advanced about four miles this evening, and that' night we lay upon our arms in a barley field. rThis was the first night that nany of us had lain out. On the ..morning of the 17th, our division, under Sir George Ludlow,. consisting of the brigade of giiards, and General 'Ward's brigade, moved on to wards ,Fredericksburg, wheie there is a'royal palace, close to a village of the same name. Here a ...

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Colonial Politics. MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. [THE SUBJECT CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

S 4lonrtia[ L oltic . " s MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. [THE SUBJECT CONTINUED.] E'hai d brought down the history of missions .:i.to the Aborigines in our last number,- to the '?:issuing of the splendid grants of ten thousand acresiJf land each," to the London Missionary, :and the Church Missionary Society, for the establishment and support, of missions to the .Aborigines, to be undertaken under the auspices of these Societies, in the year 1825. The Rev. L. E. TIRELKELD, One of the London Society's Missionaries in the Sohth Sea Islands, had arrived in the colony from. Tahiti, along with '" Messrs. TYERMAN arid BENNET, a deputation "from the Society at home, on the 19th of August, 1824. Mr. T.'s wife, we believe, had died at the islands, and he had accompanied the depu tation to the colony with a. view to return, to England; conceiving, however, that he was a fit person to,- undertake the management of the 'mission to the Aborigines, which they had de termined to establish, in expectat...

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Original Correspondence. THE RULE OF FAITH. [CONCLUDED.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

V. ,THEo ancient Fathers of ther `Church coainst- i deredd the ''Scriptures toi be a perfect Rule of Faith. Their: writings are so uneqjuivocal nori this, point, that I need only quote them :Ire-: nmus,;(lib. iii. c. 1.) says, ' the method ofo:ur salvation we have not known by any otheli?bIut those men by wlhom 'tlhe Gbspel came to i-. s, which, then, they preached; but, afterwai'ds, by the will of God, delivered to us in the Scriptures"z:,:{ to be for the 'future.the foundation and pillar of oui? ; faith.'"' "Cyprian (Epist. 74.) speaks in- a. simi_: liiar manner, Hilary (ad Constant.) commends Conistantius the'e mpero :. for: regulating. the Faith only ac?ordiigg to thiose things which are:: written ;, adding, , he,:d;ho refuseth this, is.: Antichrist, and who dissembles in it is anathema'? Optatus. (lib. v. de Scism. Don.), concerningthe ._ controversy with the Donatists; asks who. shall?,.< b?,Judge.? and answers himnselfthe Scriptures:'. which he illustrates by tlhe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

: otcrrntment aette, TOWN AEZiLOTMENTTS. ON Wednesday December 9, at one o'clock P. MI: the Collector of Internal Revenue, will put up to:: Auction the undermentioned Town Allotments iq-".w the Market Buildings George Street Sydney: Bathurst.-l Lot, applied for.by William Eames,-,. Berrima.--6 Lots, by William Taylor. Bungonia.-8 Lots, by John G. Lynch. Parramatta.-2 Lots, by George H. Barker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

THE COzQYiTST. rTIiE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. for this -L Journal, which is. Published .every THURS DAY Morning, are Six Shillings, and Sixpence per Quax ter; whether delivered ir Sydney, or forwarded by Post. THE TERMS FORi: A"DVERTISEMENTS are for Eight lines and under, Two Shillings and MSi.pence, and one penny for every line above eight, for each insertion. PNRENTZNG. AT THE COLONIST OFFICE,, Printing of every description is executed with neatness, eco nomy, punctuality, and despatch. TO A.DVEwR.TZSnERNS. rHE very extensive, respectable, and rapidly in T creasing circulation of TIIE COLONIST, renders it peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. TO SIBSSCRN.SEN.S. THE EDITOR of this PAPER, especially re qiuests, that if any omission or unnecessary delay: takes place in the delivery of the numbers, or any ground of complaint against the distributors, or others' connected with it, they will not fail to acquaint him therewith, in order to prevent its recurrence. HENRY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

T. .TO SU?SC I.BERS. .S the Accounts of this Establishment have all to A be wound up to the clo-e of the' last quarter, it is apartiqplarly requested that those of'the Subscribers who are still in arrears will have the goodness to settle their respective accounts up to the first of this present month. ?H. BULL.' * OR LONDON DZRECT. A ILL be speedily despatched, the greater part oV of her Cargo being engaged, the fine fast sail ing first class A 1 ship WILLIAM of Jamica, 470 tons' Register, THOMAs CLARKE, Commander. This vessel has discharged her outward cargo without damaging a single package, and is a very desirable conveyance for 'early Wool. She is a Poop ship withexcellent accommodations. For particulars of Freight or Passage apply to S.A. BRYANT AND CO. or to Messrs. CAMPBELL AND CO. George Street. "E MARIA, from LONDONI FOR SALE, ATthe Stores of Messrs. S. A.'BRYANT, and " Co., Underwood'Buildings,.George Street, Old Jamaica Rum, in and out of Bdnd Cognac Brandy, in a : to n C...

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Literature and Science. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. LECTURES ON THE MECHANICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE ATMOSPHERE, BY MR. BAND. LECTURE II. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

Vttet atlcre sani ctencet.' SYDNEY. MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. LECTURESM ON THE MECHANICAL AND. CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE :AT=. :r MOSPHERE; BY MR.. BANDo LECTURE II. ONE of the properties which distinguishes in the most striking manner solids from fluids is that the pressure of the latter is equal in every direction, and this is frequently taken advantage of in tlieir., application to mechanical purposes. To explain' this, let us suppose a vessel filled with any liquid into which a piston of an inch square is forced by a weight of ten pounds. Not only will the. inch immediately below suffer an equal pressure, but every square inch in the interior of the ves sel 'will experience the same. On this law the, Hydrostatic press is constructed, to the power,, of which there is almost no limit, artd from the. . same cause air will always rush from where:the pressure ig greater, to where it is less. To give an idea of the rapid transmission of this pres-. sure-those who have seen a town or...

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DR. MURRAY AND DENS' THEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

DR. MURRAY AND DENS' THEOLOGY. [FROM THE LONDON TIMES.] Oun readers will do -us the justice to recollect, that whenever it has been our duty. to discuss the political pretensions of our Roman Catholic fellow-subjects, on all such occasions, even; when. partyl spirit raged 'the highest, we have studiously and conscientiously abstained from offending the meR?llers of that com-" munion in what' concerns the articles of their reli gious faith. That which regards the belief of man as to the immediate relation between his maker and himself, ought invariably' to be held sacred by' those. who differ with him in opinion, as a topic on which no human being has any right to quarrel with another. But there is a characteristic of Popery, and one un :fortunately quite inseparable from its practice, which brings, we do not say its spiritual doctrines, but its professors, both lay and clerical, under a, jurisdiction not legitimately applicable to the members of other 'Christian churches. The church...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

* WHOLESALE PRICES- OF GOODS. * (COMPILoED PO THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. S SPZRZLTS, in bond. 'Birandy, First Quality, per gallon -. :`0: 4 4 a01 0 "d '. -Second ditto....... . ..... ? 0 a3 `. 0 ;3`6G ;: Rum, B.P., proof ........... .... 0 3 ,0 0. ? 3 9 Americaii, ditto ..... . 0 1' 0 ~ `. 0 L ? Isle of France, ditto ...... 0 `'1i 6.0.' '0 '1' ry Gin, untinged ...... .. . 3 2 . 4 Straw coloured .;.. . 0 2~ . 0 _2_. , Case, 4 gallons ... ? .. .... i i . - WV'NES. ' z> 'Port, best, per pipe. : :: 35 0 .0 ..50 '0 0 Per dozen.. ..........: 10 0 . 1 ,5 '0 Good per.: pipe .... ..... . :0 0 0: ...36 :0 " 0 :: Sherry, best, per butt ...... 30: 00_ ..~s0 O f, i er. dozen......... ..1? 5 0. Madeira, per pipe .... .. .. 30 0 0 .45 "-0 O Per' dozen .........i...... 1 5 0 .. 1 0 Teneriffe,'per pipe.. .. ........... .21,7 0 . 21o Per dozen : ..........:. O.. l 0 .'' ? 1 0 Cape, Compaii's best, 110 gallons . 11 0 0 ..I2' Champagne, sparkling :...... 2 10 ' 0 . - ink ..... ... 2 10 `0 . Ale, Burton...

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Religious Intelligence. THE YEARLY MEETING'S EPISTLE OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. The Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the Fifth Month, to the 30th of the same, inclusive, 1835. TO THE QUARTERLY AND MONTHLY MEETINGS OF FRIENDS, IN GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, AND ELSE-WHERE, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835

Religious Intelligence. THE YEARLY MEETING'S EPISTLE OF   THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. T'he Epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the Fifth :Month, to the 30th of the same, inclusive,   1835. To THE QUARTERLY AND MONTHLY MEETINGS OF FRIENDS, IN GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, AND ELSE WHERE. DEAR FRIENDS-We consider it to be a cause for humble thankfulness that we have been again per mitted to assemble as a religious body, and to conduct the concerns of the Society in brotherly love. In the flowing of this love we again address you, and ten derly salute you all in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Epistles have been received, as in former years, from our friends in Ireland and North America, which have been very acceptable to this meeting; and we have felt satisfaction in maintaining a friendly intercourse with our beloved distant brethren. The sense which we have now been permitted to enjoy of the overshadowing wing of divi...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

'SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hanlid, 7th. instant--B.P. rum, 85,7.05 gallo'ns; brand3y 44,129 gallops ; gin, .34,596 gal lons; other.spirits, 19,698 gallons; tobacco, 130,915 pounds. Received during the; week-B.P. rum, rnil; branidy, nil*; gin, tii,; other spirits, 86 gallons; to bacco, 4250 pounds. . g Deliveied for home consumption-B. P. rum, 2891 gallons; brandj, 591 gallons; gin, 297. gal lons; other spirits, nil; tobacco, 3627 pounds. Delivered for exportation-B. P. rum, 187 gal lons; braiidy, 533 gallons; gin, 1455 gallons;' other spirits, 2568 gallons; tobacco, 1282 pounds:.. Stock on hand, 14th' instant-B. P. rum, 82,627 gallons; brandy, 43,005 gallodn; gin, 32,884 gal lons; otherspirits, 17,216 gallons; tobacco, 130,256 pounds.

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VESSELS DISCHARGING AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT- WHAT WHARFS, S Lotus, from London, at Campbell's Wharf. Richard Walker, from Hobart Town, at: Pitman's Wharf . 'Fenella, froni the Cape of Good Hope, at Lamb's Wharf'. Pertlihire; froii !Hobait Town, at Campbell's Wharf.

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