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EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 7TH TO THE 14TH INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
SEXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 7TH TO THE 14TII INSTANT; INCLUSIVE. - Florentia, 452 tons, Deloitte, master, for London; 163 bales wool, 58 logs cedar, 46 casks and 1, 414; hides; 814 horns, 41,580 hoofs, 21,847'bones,'231; .casks sperm oil, 142 casks black oil, 311"'bundles: whalebone, 3 cases curiosities, 1- case maps, 1 case lace, l'parcel grass cloth, 1 case apparel, 1 case books,j 2 casks cooper's tools, 3 hogsheads and: 16 blocks, 1 bag pins, and stores. Maria, 135' tons, Robertson, master, for Hobart Town,; 14 kegs butter, 60 tons coals, 2 horses, 12 sides: bacon, 61 casks salt fish, 2 casks oranges, 11 bales; bags, 2 bales bagging, 1 case snuff, and stores. Charles Doggett, 110 tons, Woodbury, master, for .New Zealand: 3 kegs tobacco, 1 box cigars, 4 cases .2 bales cottons, 50 empty .trunks, 4-:cases muskets, 1 case hardware, ½ ton rod iron, 1 case iron pbts, 10 casks wine, 4 cases essences, 1. case salts, 1' cask rice, 2 cases mustard, 4 half-chests 'tea, 60 tuns oil ca...
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS, FROM THE 7TH TO THE 14TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
*I IIPO RTS. REPORTS,FROM THE ?7TI' TO T TE 14TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. NOVEMBERs 10.- Claudine" (brig),. 193 tons, Keen, master, from Launceston, Dawes, .Gore and Co. agents; 8,860 bushels wheat, 104 bags flour, R. Campbell, junior, and Co.; 500 bJishels wheat, Aspi nail and Co.; 1 wool screw, J. Lamb and Co.; 15 boxes soap, T. Gore; 42 boxes soap, Order. 13.-Hind (brig), 141 tons, Wyatt, master, from New Zealand, R. Campbell, junior, and Co., agents; 130 tuns black oil, 171 tons whalebone, R. Campbell, junior, and Co. ; 22 tons whalebone, 1 case salt fish, Captain Brown.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
PROJECTE]) DEPARTURES.' Isabella, for Swan River, and Normahul, for the Sperm Fishery,.this day. Canton, and Orwell, for China, and the Aurora, foi Batavia, on the 21stl inst. Stisanna,. for -London,. and the Governor Phillip,. for Norfolk .Islanid, on the 22nd. .Isabella, schooner, for Moreton Bay, on the 25th'.
Domestic Intelligence. THE NEW SOUTH WALES JURY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
'TH'E NE'W .'SOUTH 'WALES JURY -SYSTEM : EW Sometime since alluded to a case which oc burred at the ,last sittings dofthe Cdou?tof Quarter sessions, in wvhidh a man sat as oneof the Jury wvh'o had been cominitted only. aw days'.pre. Viously to take hi's trial 'before that very court ivhiwre he now sat as Juryman. A case, how ever, "which'occurred this week, far surpasses the liormer 'in 'enormity. ,At an -inquest, 'heldd on board 'the Phoenix Huilk, :on 'Sunday morning l'st,.on the body of an. old :man named Owen :M'Nally, who Wvas convicted at ' the last: Quarter Sessions of'stealinga.'legQof mutton, 'and sentenced to .'twelve' months" imprisonment, the Jury consisted of six freeme'n and sixr 'p'isoners of the Crown ' ! : For the' information ,of' our British readers it is necessary to 'state that these worthy Jurymen 'are not common felons who have had the misfortune, as we say in the colonies, to be transported once; they are :scoundrels of a deeper'dye, who have been convicted d...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
Novemiber 11?.-Sophia Jane and T imar (steam ers), from 1Newcastle. l 2.-I-ind (brig), 141 tons :Wyat,fr m loudy 13Bay, October?6. 130 tons 3lack Oil, anid 20, tons Bone; passen'gers-Capt. Collins, James Campbell, Esq.,:and Mr. and Mrs. J. Toms. 13.-Isabella (Govt. schooner), Boyle, from Moreton° Bay, 10th inst.' Sundries; passengers Capt. Clunie, thirty-eight rank anridile, ten women, and thirty-tio children, attached to H..M. 17th regt., also one female and seventeen male prisoners. 15.--Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), from, Newcastle. 15.-Ceres. (new steamer), from Newcastle, with 134 tons Coals.and 16 tons Wood. 15.-Maid of the 'Mill (schooner), from a coasting voyage.: (brig) wih c . 16.=Dart (brig), from Newcastle, with coals.
THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
TIHE rSYDNEY GAZETTE. INa very recent ninimber'we predicted the fate of The Sydney Gazette. We were somewhat.in error, inasmuch as the'period specified by us wasiChrist mas next, by which time it would, we doublt not, have become defunct:;'but the Trustees of the poor children of the late Mr. HTowe foreseeing that our prophesy would most certainly be fulfilled, have determined to interfere. Whilst it. is. yet time, and' save the wreck of this once splendid property, by making a clean sweep of the whole of its vile 'conductors, .and ;placing it under an. entirely different management. We are inpos-o session of.'the name of the gentleman who is to taike the necessary measures,'but -as. wve;do not. wish to "embarrass-the Premier,'" as. p1iticians, say, we of -course wvithhold it. The contempla tion of this circumstance hasp afforded us extreme. gratification, for -although in the future Gazette we may expect an .ppponent, yet it will be, we. have .no doubt, a gentlemanly opposition-we....
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST:.. Si ,-There is inserted in The Auitralian of thd '6th.inst. a letter signed A. B. C., piofessing to"-' be.written' by a Member of the Church of Scot land, in which doctrines are advanced subversive, of the first principles of Presbyterianism, and iii which gross i:'gnorance' is manifested 'of :ihe standing laws of that Church, and of the powers .with which':its Ministers are invested, in virtu'e' of their ordination. If the following-attempt to expose the fallacy of some of the doctrines advo cated in that letter be deemed worthy of being admitted into the pages of your journal, it' is.. ,respectfully placed at yo'ur service:: It, is afirmed .by the author of..that, letter, that no presbytery could be 'lawtldly foriied by ordained Ministers of the:Church of Scotland in 'foieign parts, previous; to 'the piassing of the' Dea claratory Act of the'-Gedreral Assembly in May; 1833; in ?which ministers, who. had :been 'ap pointed to clerical situations in th...
Religious Intelligence. TO THE FRIENDS OF THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
in 10 TO THE FRIENDS OF THE 'LONDON ie MISSIONARY"' SOCIETY IN .NEWi SOUTH WALES. f DEAR CHRISTIAN FRIENDS,--It is a cause of thie. deepest regret to me that I have not been able, d during a residence of five months in the Colony r to'address. you either from 'the pulpit or the plat 'e form with reference to the interests of our Re-. e deenmer's Kingdom.: When I left. India the state n of my health was such as almost to forbid the hope of even a partial recovery.' Change of climate, Slhowever, and the continued use of the .p:oper re-. e medies have, with the blessing of God, moderated - e the symptoms of my complaint, and afforded'hie a degree of comfort, for which 1 thank, the Authorn of life and every good gift. Still my.strength is. so small,'and I am so susceptible of injury from any considerable exertion of body or mind; that I deein it prudent to follow.the professional advice given' ie, before leaving India, and also at the_ .Cape of Good Hope and here, viz. To abstain from:....
English Extracts. AMENDMENT OF THE MARRIAGE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
rAMENDMENT OF THE MA.RRIAGE VIAW. [Rno?r TriE COMPANION TO' TII?E. NEWSPAPEU .] ].ito, various measures which. are either already befdre'th legislature, or whichhlave.be8n announced iAs aibout tobe' brou?lit' forward, : it appears "that 'the attention of the public is likely to be immediately ialledto nimore than one `brahch of that important, extensive, aid 'complicated subject, ,the' Marriage a?-w. Besides the great question of the marriages of •dissenters, which :miust"! bei:sset at" rest as. soon as possible, there is the motion of which Lord Biougham l)ha? given notice for a re(rision' of the whole'marriage law of Scotland,- and there is also the bill which has beeii brought into the HIonse of Lords by Lord Lynd liurst for amending in cert'ai i iresects the law. res??ecting fiarriages c'ontracted by persons within the prohibited degrees.' But valuable as the partial im~provements a thus contemplated may be:in themselves, it may be t hoped that they "will work' :still -greater "...
THE PASHA OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
TI-HE PASHA. OF' EGYPT. TuE following account of this extraordinary man is taken from an address of. Sir A., Johnston to the Royal Asiatic Society:- The Pasha of: Egypt,'one of our honorary mem-: bers,'a chief of a clear and vigorous mind, observ ing the advantage European states have derived from a similar policy, has publicly encouraged the intro duction into Egypt of all those arts and sciences whicli are 'calculated to improve the understand ing of the people, to mitigate the effects of their re ligious feelings, and to secure the stability of the local government; he has assimilated his army and his navy to those of Europe, and subjected them to European regulations and to European discipline: he has formed corps of artillery and engineers upon the. 'European principles; he has attached regular bands of military music to each of his regiments, with' European instructors, who teach the Arab musicians, according to the European notes of music, to play upon European'instruments th...
Literature and Science. DR. LHOTSKY'S AUSTRALIAN ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
DR. LHOTSKY'S, AUSTRALIAN ALPS. Wi -have been favoured by Dr. Lhotsky with anbther, sheet of. his Journeey to the Australian Alps: The Doctor,'we are happy to observ.e has adhered in his last number more closely to olr advice, ,yhich he- took in such high dudgeon at the time it was.given, viz. to steer clear of poli tics, with which every number of his Journey hitherto has been interlarded. -The consequence of this compliance with our wishes, is that this portion of. the Doctor's narrative is more interest ing than any of the preceding numbers. As the Doctor in this number gives'us an account of his arrival at his far-famed' discovery of'the'mihe ral well, it is probable that his narrative vvill soon draw to a 'close. By the way the Doctor's account of. the remied? f6r the bite of a snake, which he states to .be in use among the A.bo rigines of tlhe Menero ,tribes is rather a violent one. A reniedy, which we uspect our friend the Editor of The Australian would be inclined. to consid...
KING ROGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
'KING -ItOGER. SoME blundering messenger. has carried a :note to the office of The Australian, which .it'appears was intended for The 'Herald.. The ,iEditor of The Auistralian, unwilling 'that the intelligence which it contains.should be lost to the public, has kindly endeavoured to rectify the mistake. 'We feel assuired 'that our 'friends of. The Herald will justly appreciate 'the comlpiment so kindly: conferre'd: on' them by ' The Australian.' The wvriter':of'the note, whp; signs himself " A Magis trate;,' has made the discovery, that the Baron de. Thierry, whose intended assumption' of , the Crown of :Nev ' Zealnd was announced in The Herald .sometime since, is none' other 'than 'our old friend, Mr; Roger"'Therry, w~ho, in.anticipa-. tion of.his:defeat at the.election of the Clhairman to the Quarter" Sessions, had .resolved, with the assistance arn'd support. of a certain ,powerful countryman of his, 'to 'accept of the throne, of New Zeidand, as a sort of dernicre resource. 'We' ...
THE NEW STEAM-BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
THE .NEW. !STEA.M-BOAT. W~E yesterday inspected the new steam-boat Ceres, built at Williain's:River,-by Messrs: MiIarshall and Lowe, :for the 'Iiintei's' River .Steam Company. She arrived in Sydney. Cove on:Sundayrlast, under canvas, laden with 134 -.tons of coals and .16. tons of wood, hotwithstanding which .she drew. only :sevenC:feetorine inch' water. Her appearance, as she sits on the-water, is beautiful, but rather rakish (not a 'bad .quality in the eye of a sailor); ,from. stem to stern she is 134 feet, and has 38 feet of beam.; with the exception of her deck (which :i's. red pine), she is built exclusively bf colonial timber, flooded gum and ironbark. On her passage:-from Newcastle. to this port she kept way with one of the other steamers. 'Tae Mary Sharpe from Greenock which is.hobully ex-, pected from I Hobart Town, has oin board the engines destined Iforher; each of forty-horse power. It has been estimated by the most competent jud.es that, in England, she would have cost ...
THUNDER STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
THUNDER STFIORM SYDN?W was; visited ob T .esd~ " Imorn!ing aiout 1 .A. :.?,,by one of the.,mi?st :.awful stornis'fo: lighning and: tlunder that we have iitne ?ied, foj a considerable time, accompanied 'by a heavy shower of rain, which .was., however, but oftshort :duration. • W'iilst beholding the splendid bfur t of light from the combustion of the electric flidi'' 'and listening to the aiwful peals of the succeed. ing thundci, the 'following. beautiu'l:. conclusion of' the description of a tempest, by Bleomfield, occurred to our recollection':.? Where now 's the trifler :where.the.chlild of pride These. aie the moments ;when the heart.is trid I ; Nor lites the nian with consdience e'er so clear, But feels .a solemn reverential fear ; Feels'too a joy relieve his achingg breast, When'the spentrstorm bhath :liowl'd itself to test, An acciilent 'which had nearly terminated fatally,. o2curreil on board the Canton, on the night of Satur day 'last. :The crew had been engaged oin' tihe aft...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
FREIGHTS. To London-Wool, Id. to 1d. :per Il.;: oil, 31l 10s. per.tun; timber, 31. 10s. per load, flax, 41.to 41. 10s per ton. To Liverpool-ditto, dittoitt. To Hobart Town and .Lauinceston=-11. Ss. to 11. lOs. per ton. To Swan River-11. 1Os. to 21. per ton. To New Zealand and the ?outh Sea Islanrds 21. to 21. 1Os. per ton. .
THE PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
HE. E P IATES. . TiE.. nine men ' who -attempted .to malce 'their; escapein.-the :Alice-the particulars'of whidh;)we: haive +mrrrentiqned , in c:former 'n~iinber--were browlght np24fortriaI i in 'the :Suprezn. 'Court `on. Monduy iºIast,. and: ariEaigued Jatt the -Dar :onwithe charge of' piracy, of which crimte they verefoundj guilty,. They were then arraigned on the charg6 of burglariously entering .the dwelliiig house of William Charles Wentworth, Esq., at Vaucluse' and stealing thenceforth a quantity of plate, flours aid. wine, the .'property. of Mr. Wentworth, o which charge they were also found guilty, with tie :exceptiod of Wil1iams, who, our readers will. rememibei'rwas: on board the Alice at the ti~i she was dcaptired The 'Judge in s umming up, informed the':Jury that he imeant' to 'reserve for the coiisideration of - his .brother Judges, the point, " whtliher.it wi really -piracy' to . capture a vessel lyi.ng in the position in which ithe Alice w:,vas, atthle tiiie f her cap...
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER '17. TIlE Market this day; (if Market it could be called), was most mise~ibly supplied withi every thing?-Po 'tatoes,'15s. to 16s. per:cwt. 1Newditto, 16s. to 18s. per ditto.. Cabbages, 3d. each. I Brocoli; 3d to da. each. Oiilons,. 4d. per .: .-For otlier: sorts, :.see Friday's quodtations. *Poultry-Fowls, 5s. per cou ple. Diicks, 6s. per ditto. Geese, 12s. per ditto. Turkeys' 'only one at Ml Iarket, foi',wliich 10s. iv.is asked- Roasting pigs, 3s. to 3s. 6d.' each.' Eggs,l 2s. per dozen. Salt butter, 2s. to'2s.'3d.' per lb. Fresh ditto, 2s. 6d. per ditto. .'-1con, 10d. to is. per lb. "Salt pork,' 8d. per ditto. H'ams, 2s. per ditto. Soap,.8d. and Candles,:9d. pet ditto. Bread 5Bd. per'21b.1.iaf.' Oaten hay, '151 per ton. Maize, 7s. per bushel. Oats, 6s. per ditto. 'Wheat straW, 25s. to 30s. 'per load. Butchers' meat, still 'Very: scarce-Beef, 4}d. per lb. by the carcase, 6d..per ditto by the joint. Mutton, 4?d. to 5di per lbl by. the carchse, 6d.per ditto by the ...
WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835
WHOLESALE PRICESDOF GOODS. [COMPoLID FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS.' 4 SPZ== TS, in bond: .L :. Brandy;.Pirst Quality, per gallon . O 4 4 ~ 0 46 S Second ditto...'..:......... 0:3 ?:O 0'a 3 6;.' Rum, B.P., proof, ................ 0 3 American, ditto .... ..0 ..; 0 1 0' . o1 Isle ofPFrinuce, ditto ...0.. O 1 6?O?. 0 1 f Gin, untinged 03 .20. ...3..4..... ;.; . 2 S.StraW coloured ............:. 2 0 . 0 2 4 : ase, 4 gallons....,...... 1 Port, best,i pper e............. 35 0 0 ..5 0 o ? o Per cizenl. *. * 1 10 0 . 1 15 @' Good, per p pe. '....' 0 "'x0 '.36 0 Sherry, bestiper. butt ,.. ...... :300 0 , 4 0...5 0 .? Srherly, e i .. 1" 5 0 .] "0 eo Madeira, per pipe ..........;...: 30 00 ...45 0- : Per doze .. 1 5 '0 ". 1 :0O tr Teneriffe, per pipe 1 0.... ........:.,. 17..00 .. 210 , Per dozen ............ 0 15 0 ?1. 0 9 Cape, Company's best, 110 gallons : 11 0 0 ...12 0 r champagne, sp'arkling ...;...... ;2 10 0.,"', . : Pink ........ . .,. 210 0I.. - BEEZL. Ale, Burton, per barrel, 30 gallo...