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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

DEPARTURES.     November 12.- Sophia Jane and Tamar (steam ers for Newcastle. 12.- Micmac (brig), Breed, for Launceston, with sundries: Passengers, L. Deane Esq, Mr. W. Martin, Mr. J. Haycock,. Mr. John Larvenson, and Mrs. .E. Larvenson. 13.- Maria .(schooner), Robertson, for Hobart Town. Passengers, Major Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Chester, Mr. Backhouse, Mr. Walker, Niss Banks, Captain Southward, Mr. Ross, Mrs. Daley and   child, Mr. and Mrs. Kell and two children, Miss Oakley, and Master Anderson. 13.-- Charles Doggett (American brig), Woodbarry for the Eastern Isles, with sundries.   13.- Eagle (schooner), for Newcastle, in ballast. 15.- Chalcedony (American barque), Sumner, for New Zealand, with sundries. 15.- Florentia (ship), Deloitte, for London, with colonial produce. Passengers, Dr. Savage, Captain Petrie, Master D. Forbes, Mr. Watt, Master E. Aspinall, Mrs Perkins, Masters James and John Dixon, Mr. H. Denton, sen., Mr. H. Denton...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. LETTER VIII. Liverpool, November 11, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

TO !THIE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY ? L- ETT ER T{II'I. Lverpool, :Noveirber 1,ti835 i , :No sulbject canb eo fgreater importance t us tian an :investigtion of' the evidences.=of 1Cthristianity; iand an 'ascertaining'?w ielthe*r tl{e' books contained in obi Scriptures are genuidne?ir not. :`'Yoti; ihdeed, .have been rpleised to` cal :them in;iqiestion, and to prinohicue them in the'? face of the ;world as corrupfed; and :consequeitly. as. :unworthy: of' belief:a .a:serious: charge, sut.i. ,ficienutto awaken our fears for the.deid: that they', :!iave 'perished, Im.nd- ;6oi apprehensions:, for the-. living thait they areebuilding upoi the fables:afid=. inventions of metin and .not uppn the '.ords of' etenail trath; '·. o , With a view, therefore, to guard the young me. from being imposed uipo6h by. me'e' assertions, foc: :as yet0you have adduced no proof, I shall proe6d'l hin tlis letter :to `consider those evidences of 'the: subject, :which aire usualy : denominated' lftie positive evidenc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

TO CORJLESPONDENTS. k Corrceponhnilut wvho wishes to know what penairy is in-' curred by a free tuontan, if .found to be cohabiting with a~convict-should consult Jilackstone or his Attorney.* ;. T. S. must be aware that we are doing all we can to correct the evil he complains of, and shall continiue to' do so, but it is a crime so 'not r'iously prevalent in this colony, anmongqst all classes of society, that we are almost irti despair 'of beding able to do much towards eradicating :it. %!t 'is moreover a delicate subject to bring before the Public, and dangerous to touch upon, for " the greater ;the truth, the greater the libel." P's Letter must be omitted, but in answer to his question. -IWhat would be the punishment of a ticket of-leave 'man, whose ticket it has recently been found necessary to ttatisfer, if he were known to be 'living opetily in a state fi :adiulteryl? f'e reply that, in this case he should be immediately deprived of his ticket, and sent, forthwith, to a road par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

SA'3ET OP L'AND. ON.0 Wednesday :December 9, at twelve, o'clock A."M., the:,undermentioned portions of Land will .-be.put' up to Auction, liy the Collector of Internal: Revenue, in the M-arket 'Buildings, George. Street, Sydney 3Bligh.-2 Lots,'measuring 2082 acres, applied for by J. Busby, jun. lHunter.-6 Lots, 600 acres, by J. Onus. SI(King.-l.Lot, 606.acres, by J. Kennesy. * ,urray.--1 Lot, 1100 acres, by J. M'Arthur, 1Un.-2 Lots, .1829 'aci'es, by C. Campbell.'-2 'Lots, 1280 aci'es; by R. Campbell,.sen,-2 Lots, .958 acres, by J. T. Morrisett.-1 Lot, 640 acres, by -I. O.'13rien.-;,3 Lots, 1920 acres, by A. Cunning-. harn.-1 Lot, 747,acres, by R, Campbell. & -Northiumberland :?L&o d"O':acres 'byiR Palmer.-=-.1 Lot, 90 acres ,by:W. Denning.--.- Lot, 50 acres, by E. Pintux.,i, SWellipgton'.,?-L Lot, .'894 acres,,bly T., Kite,--l Lot, 640 acres, by J. B. Montefiore..2 Lots, 1540 acre', by William. ..

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TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

TEMPERANCE.. , thou invisible spirit of wine, if thou hast no name to be ,known by,let uscall the-devil. Every inordinate cup is unblessed, and the ingredient is a devil.-SHAKSPEAnE. TEIPE? ANCE Societies are the cheapest of all con ceivable Associations; for, instead of drawiiig on the purse, they furnish, gratis, a lock to the pocket,"of which reason, and patriotism, and benevolence, keep the keys. They are the most modest, for they speak not of compulsion;: the members -only invite every marinto become the censor of their conduct. " They promise to abstain from a specific vice, and call upon tihe world to judge whether they keep their word. " Th'e hospitals, jails, whipping posts, and gibbets, :ithroulghout, the whole colony, are unanimous in maiking this declaration:-""But for the Invisible Sp:iirit of Wine, we should soon cease to afflict the eyes"of Society." The judge and the magistrate are •baffled by this enemy in their daily efforts to' suppress crime. It snatches its trem...

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European Statistics. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

FRANC E. [FRMoTHIECOsIPANION TO TIIE NEWSPAPER.? ,Fi.territory of France extends 537 :miles in greatest length, and in greatest.breadth 5121 miles; the cidrcuitof her extreme .botindaries comprises 2500 ?`iles, -and hIer superficil area doiitainsI :202,500 square imiles, in which inumber 'irein eluded 25,353 square' miles of forest hland ,'. . Forests.-The most exteisive- forests are situa ted in' the eastern and southern 'parts ;in those provinces ,which are also -the -most 'feitile. -Of the whole 6forest lan'd `of Franice, an ,ex'te~nt of rather more than 4210 square miiiles is the 'property of the State;. about-7120 beloTrig to corporations :and:publicinstititions;" 247. to the crown; 720 to tihe royal princes; and 12,162 to private indi: viduals. 'In the forests thirty-seven kin ds: of trees' are found; .they grow to-a height of between thirty and;'foirty feet': only seven species are applicable to .'ship??iilding, arid .carpenters', work. The yearly.prQduce -of all the forest i...

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Colonial Politics. MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. [THE SUBJECT CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

MISSIONS TO:.THI- ABORIGINES. I:,TH :U.;: i" sui JECt COCLUiiDED. IN our two former articles3 on thil subject, we j Srought. down, .the ;history of Missions to te Aborigines of Ne -Souith; Wales to the period of :the discontinuance of he London Society's' Mission at Lake Ma.cquarie, and the'siiirrender of their silendid-grant of: Ten thou and>iacres. of e nd to the Crown.i. Itis unnecessary ,torevert to the circumstitces that `ocasioned this etitire :. andonment Of a field.on wilich thatl:Society .ad :entered with: apparent ardouriaid. on which they had been nexpectedly led to expend so Slag?e an amount `:of-;t?'e funds with which 'they an been entiu~teed by the religious ipublic of S ret; Britain:and Ireland . We have detailed these, circumstanec sat suicient length alreaidy,' i `and iour'presentlibusiness therefore',is to apprise tih reader .f iwhat':immediately. ensued i' tihe iolony min regard-. to the LondonSociety sesta blisliment at Lake Macquarie. -. T Rev. Mr. THRiiELKEL...

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FACTS VERSUS FICTION. NO. I. [FOR THE COLONIST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

FACTS vERsusi: FICTION,. [FOR .THE COLONIST. WVE have: often been amused, and as often 'grieved, at.the absurd and ridiculous statements published from time to time in the imother-coin try respectin'g the colonies'of Nei ;South Wales and Van Dieiriman's' Land. One extract frorii a: letter describes it as a land flowing ~vith milk and 'honey; rich fiuits,;I fertile soil, 'clear: skies, and delightful climate:. Another describes it (for all. newcomers are powerfidl hands at'descriptiohi), as a miserable desert, with only an oasis here and there to redeein 'it `from: utter barbaiism. Thousands think onily of it as i:hige jaiil, where. there is niothirig to`: be seen blut gangs of ironed desperadoes, with officers iand soldiers to watch over, and a commissariat to feed 'them. Onre gentleman (perhaps the surgeon of an emigrant or prison ship,) lands for the first time on, our shores, 'remains in the country for ten or twelve. days, and then sails foi' India.: He 'also under takes to enli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

THE' TRMS,1 .O'1' 'iSCR1P'1iON; r this . Journal, which .is Published every 'TIUlRS SD-Y' M'orni' g, ai'e Six Shillings. and Sixpencd per Q iater Wi'6ther delive'red in' Sydney;, 6 tfo? wrded T3fEE TERMS F1R "AD E i$' IEN'ITS 'rd" f6r Eight lined and .under, Twioo Shillings' and ,ipehce, and one pe'nif f 16ir~iey ti'' ab6veeight, fo each insertioni.: iT '-iE C'OlONIST'- OFFICE?; Printing of S every q escription.s ex.'e~ied wiithei hetuess, eco ' otny'.puinctuality,i and despatch... H- very etensive,respecable, an pidyn c : l reasing "ciiculation of.T1.n Cot onisr, rende?rs it pe'uliarly desiraile for the insertion of advertiserments. 3L ED TOR! of this* PAPER; especially re ý.qupests, tfiatif any 0i rissiOior uithicessaif delay takess place in the :delivery of. t he. numls,; or any Sgriniid of complaindt against: the' distribit6i)s,' or others conne id vith it, ihey :wilt -not fail to' acqutiint him :there it h, n ,rder eto preent its' iecuirride.n , SIIEN'flY BULL. s endid' edition...

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Select Poetry. LINES TO A SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

LINES TO A SISTER. BY SELINA E. M. ON thee how fondly does my heart, In fix'd, confiding friendship dwell; And, oh ! whene'er I froni 'thee part, It feels what 'words could weakly tell.: But though for me none e'er.may breathe, . Affection's fondest, truest token.; Though. all the.flowers.in Iope's gay wreath May fade--and Fancy's dreain be.broken. One prayer sincere'shall still be mine, That Fate to thee may kinder prove; Thy bliss complete, I'd not repine Nor wish aught else than' sister's-love. And while its granted to inmy prayer -To call thee by a sister's name; SWhat other wish have I t6 share ! What more endearing iitle claim ? Then think, though .adverse destiny, .Too oft may sternly bid.us sever ; . ,The memory-ofour.early tie,. In my fond breast shall perish never. Think that through life's advaricing scne, Wheti.?h'di' feelings long since flown? j:: Kind memi?ry ft shall intervene, The dearest that niy heart has knowin. . And.when at eye the silent tear'' Shall mourn the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

Tims ;?1dayy, .November "19, Lyons, !at his r.oonms.; Thadop, oGjg,.and two Hories. ' ,This .day, .,N.ovember, ,19, Lyons, ;at his ;rooms: Ealttlienware. and glass. . This:.day, November. 19, B3i.ennand, on the premises ; Two Houses in 'P.rince Street. -This day,;November 19, Lyons, at his roomsi B-ot s led 'Porter, Pitch, &c.. Friday, 'November '20, Lyons, on .the Premises; Seven tAllotments of Land in Kient Street. S?saturday .November'21, Lyons, at his rooms: box' ofsnndries; paint, &c. i:iM anday, November 23,'lloghden, Police .bOflce,' ji.idsor, sundries. S::aturday, November 28, Lyons, on the -Ground. S, T?n Property in,Sussex Street. . - o1j.iday, N ovember: 30, 'Blacnkman, at his rooms ;" .Lad .at'.tonequa.rry.C reek. ,Wediesdaiy, Decemnber 9,' Collector of. Internal :."Revtenue," Ciown 'Lands, Leases, and Town Allot menits.' Wednesday, January '13, Collector of Internal' R?enenue, Crown Lands, Town Allotments, .and' Leases. " r -- 1 II O1 R: .. W , &...

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Markets. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

.FRIDAY,. NOVEMlBER 13. VEC ETABLES-Potatoes, 12s. to 16S.'per cwt. i New -ditto, 16s. to 18s. per, ditto. .Cabbages, 2d.' to-b3di each. Brocoli, 3d. each. Turnips and Carirots 3d. to 5d. per bunch. Shalots, ld. pei" :ditto. Il,eks, 2d. per ditto. Onions; 4d. per lb. Artichokes, is. 6d. to 2s. per dozen. A.sparagus, 4d. per bundle* Peas, 2s. to 2s. 6d. per peck. Broad beans, Is. 10d" to 2s. tper ditto: Loquats, 6d. to 9d. per quart. Oranges, Is. to 2s. 'per dozen. Lemons, 2s. to .3s. per ditto. Fowls, 4s. 9d. to 5?ss.' d.p? r couiple. Ducks, 6s. per ditto. Geese, 8si toi 10s. =per ditto. Turkeys, 12s. to 15s. per' ditto. ' Roastiig p?igs, 3s. .to - 4s. 6d. each.. Eggs, Is. 9d.- to 2s. per doyen. Butter, salt (inferior) 1s. Gd. per lb. Best 'ditto, 2s. to-2s. 3d. per ditto. 'Fresh ditto, 2s..Gd. per ditto. Salt pork, 7d. to 8d..per lb. Bacon, lOd. to 1s.;per ditto. Hams, Is. per ditto. Cheese, -7d. to 8d. per lb. Soap and Candles, 8d.,per ditto. ' Bread; 5 d.' per 21b. loaf. Butchers...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

- --' " Oil-Sperm-whale, per tun ...... 55 0 0 . ? Black ditto, ditto..0.. 0........ 0 0 .. 4 FLAX.--N. Zealad,. rough, per ton 15 0 0 b1Ltto ditto, '... . 18 0 0. Timber-Bhiue Gum, per obad ... 2 3 0'.. 2 15 , Cedar, per foot ................ 0 0 1 .. 0 Treenalls, per thousand .......... 2 0 0 .. 2 5 0 Hides, salted, pei lb.'.....?.;'0 0 : .' : 0:' hBeef, ditto ... . ....... ...... 0 0 4 :..:: 0 0, 0 ' 4.' Pork, dlitto.: .... ...:..r 0 7 0 .8" Flour, per .o10 poundsal ? ... ..i .;:1 3 0 .:. 1 Candl,p p er lb.'............. .. 0.0 0: 9.. Candles, per lb.? ...,..... ...,. · O o. 0 ..

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JUDGE BURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 November 1835

. JUDGE BURTON: WVE happened, on the afternoon- of Tuesday last, to 'walk ;into the Supreme Court, iat: the -time wh'enisome prisoners were arraignedlb'efore tidge Burton'and a Civil.'Jiry. Two' of the Pirisoners' Were' charged with stealing a quantity of goods the property 'ofiMr.;Abner Brown, at.Appin, ,and three others (two:brothers named Macnamara and the wife:of one: of them) with receiving the goods. knowing them to be stolen. The:trial terminated by :the ;Jury finding the two i 'men w?ho 'stole . the goods .and:onie':of the Macnarmaras guilty. His HIMonour: JSudge,;Burton then :proieeded 'to. pass ,the -sentence of, death' ikecorded, ont th'e:thieves,.after whicc he directed that the two prisoners who.hadbeen: acquitted, ghoul'd be, removed :fromhthe bar. HIis; Honour ilso directed' that .two lofthe I iitnesses :whob.had 4ppeared tfor ,the idefence, :'an:dIwho 'hlad ?beetn' guilty "ofo the ,grossestoprevaricationr, :;shbild. be' taken into custody, on :a :charge ,of wilful ?a...

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 November 1835

RATES OF INSURANCE. To London and Liverpool-2 tq 5½ .per cent.. . Hobart Town--1 per cent. " Launceston-l4 per cent. Swan River--4 per cent. New Zealand--1 per cent. Siitl sea Islands-2 per, cent.

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 November 1835

SSPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock ooi''hand, 14th instant--B. P.' rum; 82,627 gallons; ;brandy, 43,005 gallons;' gin, 32,844 gal ions; other spirits, 17,216 gallons t;obacco, 130,256 pounds. .Received during the week-B.P. rum, 19,489 gallons; brandy, 2310 gallons; gin, 221 'gallons; other spirits, 351 gallons; tobacco, 1139 pounds. Deliveied for home ,.consumption--B. P. rum, 2084 gallons;' brandy,- 432 gallons ginr, 279 gal lons ; tobacco, 2233 pounds. Delivei:ed for exportation B.P. rum; 305 gal lons, gin, 4 gallons; tobacco, 460 pounds. Stock on hand, 21st instant--B.P. rum, 99,007 .gallons; brandy, 44,883 gallons gin, 32,782 gal lons; other spirits, 17,567 gallons ; tobacco, 128,702 pounds.

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VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 November 1835

VESSE S DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WH-ARFS. Siren, from Hobart Town, King's Wharf. ,Warrior, from Calcutta, Hughes and,Co.s'sWharf, Darlingegarbour.

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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 November 1835

VESSELS -ENTERED ,.OUTWA1'DS, SINCE : LAST PUBLICATION.' November 19.--Bee, Hempelman, Sperm Fishery: W. Long, agent. . 21-=DenmarkHillFinlay, Sperm Fishery, Grose, and Co., agents. = . 23-Mary Ann, Smith, for'Canton, H. Bell, agents. .23-Perthshlire, Jameson, for Manilla, Brown,. and :Co., agents.' 24-Lady MaicNaughton, Hustwick forValpar-. also, F. Mitchell, agent.

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EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 14TH TO THE 21ST INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 November 1835

.EXPORTS. . VESSELS CLEARED FR O'M TILE 14Tii TO THE 21ST INSTANT INCLUSIVE. . ' ,'* Cant6n; 606 tohs,: Coles, master,. for Canton; in ballast. No.m..i iliu- 97= tonsi, Tabor, for pere.."fishery.. fishery store..'. 'r f? i Aurora, 550 .tons, Gibert; master-,f r;Batavia, in ballast.- e , 'Dart, 108 tons, Griffin, mater,' for Lauticeston ; 32 kegs butter,'90'tons coals, 50 bags rice,,;12 hogs heads stout, 2 horses, 1 case cotton, 4 packages mat ting, and;stores. . .... ._ , . . . Bee, 195 tons, Tenipleman, master, tfor the South Seas ; fishery stores: ;

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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 14TH TO THE 21ST INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 November 1835

IMPORTS. REPORTS FnROMi TiLE 14TH o TO THE 21ST INNSTANrT, INCL USIVE. NovEMBER 20..- Siren,' (brig), 141 tons, Martin, master, from Hobart Town, Learmonth and Co., agents; 1'50 trusses hay, 2 bags potatoes, A. and S. Lyons; 1 cask potatoes, Colonel Snodgrass; 100 chests tea, 143 bags wheat, 4 bundlds skins, Order. ,Warrior, 478 tons, Stone, master, from Calcutta, J. B. Bettington, agent; '16,000 ,bashels wheat, 200` bags rice, 10 boxes sago,. 112' bags ginger, 4. boxes currie powder, 30 bags saltpetre, 2 boxes loaf sugar, 98 chests tea, 43 boxes claret, 10 boxes castor, oil,. 4 cases 49 boxes cigars, 3 kegs 'fobacco,. 94 packages rope, 56, packages coir rope, 8 packages furniture, 25 bales canvass, 14 bundles twine, 13 packages rattans, 6 packages hookah apparatus, 1 roll mats, 4 cases. silks, I box shoes, 6 packages hats, 1 case shawls, 6: crates earthenware, Hughes aidl' Hoskinug; 16 pack ages furiiture,' 8 boxes cigars, J. Stone. PosTrscnIrT.-Cargo of Ithe' Mary Sharpe, from: Gr...

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