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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

BIRTH.   At her residence, Surry Hills, on the 13th instant, Mrs. P. Tompson, of a daughter. DEATH. On Monday, the 19th instant, Sydney Newnham Wood, the infant son of Mr. Greenhill, Elizabeth-street North, aged five months.

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

"For Ar\«h,{Ym)t U>» Wane dtukn, Capt, tinny, h Mu»», VMmwer^Mit, Hms. Voi mmct\o[\, Ute bHg-yntlitt; Wadntslt, C/«ptRin ht P/QHÖ, «lili ii guneml cnrgo, r*«»etigerii,-»MGiijM, Pickion, Strlsklund, «u4 Healy.

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ISLE OF PINES. (Communicated by Captain Muaro.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

ISLE OP PINES. _ C Communicated bu Captain hf wiro,) I SARINO DIRECTIONS fur Isle of Pines, south- east end of New Caledonia. Lat, 22 0 iii' S.j long. 107 3 15' E. Anchorage in Vic- toria Harbour, high water, full and change, about 7. IN making tho island, get it to bear at least N.W., or even more westerly. The hill or peák called Hews Peak may be looked upon, from a good offing of twenty-five or thirty miles, as the centre, on uccount of the small islands that lie tn the S.E., which, when locked in with each other, appear to form part of the island. Hun with confidence to the extreme east side ; then «loner the low rocky shore in about a N.N.W, to N.W. direction. You will at the north end see a small sandy beach, with exteusive reefs running nearly in a parallel direction with tho coast; keep within haifa mile of them, or a more reasonable distance, according to circumstances ; nn island (En- trance) will then show itself, with lofty pine tree» ; steer along the reef for the N.W. ...

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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

SYDNEY TOLL-At Tweln. - - ... Tliumtlay, Hie Ulnd Scp.cinbrr, KU, will be lint ill» to Au ' rd mill imjioicd by thc Act oF the Governor nml Council, -.tl. «Minni IV., No JG, ariainc mid t.» bu collected Rt the Syttiiry Toll Ult* »?itr AuLUiàuié lírid^c, ou thc rend fruin Sydnev Iv Farm m all a. Tin,- Leuce, willi two rcni>outiblL> iiirclies, mii>t cnteriiilo a lioml .nd Warrant of Alttnicy, secur.D|j regular payment of tho rent, by ctitial nir>nlli!y imtnt menln befure the ci¡>in.ui..i uf luvt-u day, titer the U-rniinttinn ni' each month, And cot UÍM¡nsBnen»iRei7irritfortlicdiicii<Tf»rtiinnce of tlie condition*. Thc Lenee must provide I bimielf with a rct.idcr.ee nt the Gate At bit I own expense, l'urtli« iaforoiBtion iu»y bo olUooJ by application, to ii« Colonial Twa. lurer. _ -v CAltrCMTCKS AND OTIItSS-tloOriNO Nrrw OAOL, Oouinuns.-Tenders will be re- ceived nt thc Colonial Secretary's Olllcc until noon of Monday, thc 2iüh September, from persons willina;...

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[?] GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, PORT PHILLIP. SALE OF SU[?]URBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

n, «nd Town Allotment*, will be pulu; lotion, in some convenient place in Iii To rn of Melbourne, I'ort Phillip. Furthe Phillip: and of Sale, from the Colonial Treasuicr, in Sydney, and the Sub Treasurer, at Melbourne. Boilaar..-1. 51 acres, pari«h ol Doutta Gulla, ollottuent No. 30. 2. 4S «cres, «ame dace, No. 31. 3. 49 acres, same place, Sa. lr»oitV»"ó%'l«ceTCsó"»'' o"?2 "«c;h 'iinrplaco.No. 35. 7.47 acres, annie piece, No. 36. 8. .12 acres, same place, No. 37. Upset price £10 per cere. Eoyr.ua.-1. 2acrcs,2roods,andlßpcrehos, parish of South Mclldninie, at St. Kilda, nl .itnirnt No. 1 ; 2. 2 acres, 3 roods, 4 perches, ! pince, Nos. 1! and 12; 1.1, 14. 3 «cr, ich, same place, Nos. 13 and H; 13, IS. ires ca:h, same place, Nos. 13 and lr,, 17 I. 3 icres each, same place, Nos. 17 upset price, £31) per acre. each, Nos. I-S of section 1. 9, lu. (il | dies each, Nos. !> and lu of section 1.11 llaifan acre cacti, No!. Il-IS of Sectio lil, 20. O ;iorehes each, Nos. lil and 20 ot, lion I...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

DIARY. " ¡ I Memoranda far Tnli Day. £"., . "_ î SUN, I H1UB TIBE. September. | ^ , morl| , eyen 21 I WEDNE8L-HY | 6 1 | 8 59 | 916 I 9 42 Lagt Quarter, Sept. 28, 9 m. past 1, morning.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

I aVBXIta ZXTRAOTfl, . -!-«fe ? TUR LAW OF COPÏWRIOHT.-A Hist jtn Lotio MAHON.-Thc New York papen co:rtt'n , an advertisement, intimating that, on Apnl I he 5th, " an extra quadruple Brollar Jm I hun" (which for the information of the wwii, i is a Yankee newspaper somewhat Inrgor thin the double Herald) "'will be published at itt \ price of 25 cents, (ls.), for the purpose of giving in a complete fottn thc whole of Sir E, i L. Üulwer's last new novel, 'Zanoni.'" flit American public are informed that "tliii will also be a rare opportunity for person wishing to forward their country friendsth¡ I latest and most popular novel of the day,u I thc postage can be only from 3 to_4icentsta any part of ibe Union." So here ia'BnWet'i lust new work selling in England for £l Hi, ,:.\ ""i ,"ihlwîiPiî in New YmV ni 1«. . Monet, or THU TAOF. MUIIAL.-The model of the Tupe Muhul, which has bec« exhibiting i forborne time past ut 209, Regciil-strccI, nj ] which is as elaborate a model as wai em perha...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

I *o oommaavoMBawra, A Veterinary Observer ii inadmissible. The. publication of the letter_ referred to ly X. h. was injudicious in this colony, but no good object could be effected by discussing the doctrines il contains.

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MORETON BAY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN. — Having [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

. MORETON BAY. P M'^oflhe Sydney Marni,*//",,, GENTLEMEN. - Hnvînn- i"._i »' . -, '?..» nuit/UtrJ,\ . GENTLEMEN, - Having kiely leceiveû ft. follow ing remarks in a letter from a ftUtid of mine at Jlorctou Bay, and being of opinion tit at they arc deserving of a space ii your ?journal, therewith ami«x a copy, in orlcr to show how highly expedient it isthaUhcatioii. , timi of the Government should be drismj this unprotected district. " Wc should go on very smoothly if it WMe not for the troublesome Wacks : they |ilaytlle devil with ns, and wo have no redress. VViinhi the lasl four or five months there liajo brt« ' no less than eight white men tum cretin cool blood by these villanous caanib h. ]t is a shaine that we have not some prut :cliou from the Government ; but Sir George GiT, though he may be a wise man, ami inked I great man, and no doubt a guud mau, yet k¡ is somewhat selfish, and cares notliin; rtiut the iuterest of the Squatters, so long u¿.. duly pay their license fee and ...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 20.-Northumberland, 17, Den- ni», fur Port Aiken and Brisbane Water, in ballast) Ptilar, 10, Henderson, for Wollon Konff, with »undries ; Challenger, SI, Abbot, for Pott- Macquarie, in ballust: Trial, 14, Robinson, for tho M'Leny, with sundries ; Alfred, 12, Ilorpin, for lliisbatie Water, in ballast; Uurrtney hai, 19, Stevenson, for JMlbaiit Water, in Must,

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

DEPARTURES.-NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. September 20.- Edward, 87, Chumbera, from Moreton Bay. with (sundries; Alfred, 12, Harper, from Brisbane Water, with *,000 feet timber; Elizabeth, 32, Shepherd, from William River, with !>,00o feet cednr, OOO bushels maize, 2 lona potatoes, half a ton bucon, and 2 kegs tobacco ; lioitbutla, 18, Hunter, from Jervis Hay, «ith 8'i0 pieces timber; Star, 12, Thompson, from Ulladulla, with 100 bushels maize, and 3 tons bark; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cape, from the Hun- ter, with bay, &c.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SYDNEY CORPORATION. To the Citizens of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

<mxax£7jC.Xi ooimsttVOMasurcjs, SYDNEY CORPORATION. To the Cithens of Sydney, FELLOW-CITIZENS,-Tho timeis close at hand, when many ol'you will, for the first time, he called upon to exercise that indefeasible right of every British subject, the proper use of which forms tho basis of all true liberty, and its. abuse but thc exercise ot downright tyranny by the unprincipled on thu good, the wise air! thc prudent. 'louse this valuable privilege, and not to abuse it, is tho paramount duly of every citi- zen, and which ho is called upon to perform with thc greatest caution, mid the utmost singleness of heart, for the public weal. Lit mo therefore implore you, one and all, to prepare for the day of election ¡ use your judgment with discretion, bind not your mind with any hasty promise, but wait patiently until every candidate is in the field, then, ami not till then, make up your mind by carefully examining the claims of tho se- veral candidates, not only as to their present st...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IMPORTANT TO MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

I " 1 III ? ? =1= ©nt *»îmrîj ffioimug ftmaW. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18«. -tl " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IMPORTANT TÔ~MAGISTRATES. NOTHING is more common in this colony than for Magistrates to take what arc termed voluntary affidavits, that is, they allow persons to make affidavits respecting matters which are not judicially before them. This practice has always been illegal; but it appears that there is a statute (5th and 6th Wm. IV., cap. 62,) which makes the administering of unnecessary oaths a misdemeanour. Under this Act, a magis- trate tn the county of Devonshire, named NOTT, was tried at the Exeter Assizes, in April Inst, before Mr. Justice ERSKINE, for administering an oath to some parties who wished to prefer a cunt ge to the Bishop of Ex KT ER. against a clergyman of that diocese, and" was convicted and sentenced to be imprisoned for one month. The severity of the sentence doubtless arose from there being evidence of a ma-, licious feeling on the part of Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

¡«ore Ike Cm . irr- ' rf 11 E SCHOONER 'K->'«>> m m», »vt (or o. «'.ce p-m. l'or freight Ol pillage appW on ho-t Job» Charnbtrt. wafer, ir now -ÏÏGÊÉS.-, loadlo, at Wil.on'a Wb.if. aojjioir.a th: Cjaren's Wharf, end »ill he quiek.; duruKd.od. Vat freight or postase apply on coed, Qr to THOMAS AGARS, OU If.. nl-s'.r:ct North. i/t-tr- '«"'HE floe fait-srjiir.a; bc-noe rAÍ:¡£-í\ A AMWliU., .'. C. lieut, uur.irr. Forfrelr.1,1 J. II. JlBiCALFE. N.M.-After di.chsrjine her ranto ot Po N'icholon, abc will be open fur either Kreiej 0.- Chatter. marj rt KN TL KM EN,-Wo, tho uirleralpaie, UT Cui«aiiulhci.li;Te Wind. U< lo re omoaud tho fciljo«! Croinontn ol fit >od ironer pi Man« Ul fid Ibo Ulooe of Commo ?uusciiler. lor Uippl Ward, «ir... Un. 1IIÍNRY MOOUB, Miller's Point, " \V. S DXLUirTX. ditto, " JOHN JONES, ditto, " J. J. i'EACOUK, ditto. (Hi,ood) " Muvhcll Toona- Brrte, athapinao, G. s. riiniio, M. Hooper Fdtrord O'Hara :rry Andren fiatcty !e«l J.,l," Ward Simi lt....

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

ABSTRACT OF SAT.KS BY AUCTION. UV injerí f;r Hie ¡«fermilim of Ihr Pullh n.s Mslrncl nf all ¡hi P,d¡!¡c Suits ,cli\ch tuUrlmt THIS DAV. Fo.a ASS Liorn.-Al their Rooms, « Il o'clock, (¡31 l'onunr'. Sli«re«, Cutlery, Jewellery, Combs. Souir-boxes. Dolls, Sows, lllniMcts, Panel Doors, l'iunnlbrlc, Orean, Séraphin*. Claret, Vinegar, Flour, Cheese, Fort, Uecf, i.e. 51«. ilueiiitas.-AI his Room-, at t'o'elock, Allotments ol Lnn.l in George, Harrington, »ml Essex sirens, Sydney. Mn. S. I.vo-is.-At his Mail, at ll o'clock, the bric, HM, l ao Emire Horses, French Wine (St. E.tctdie), l:tl)ü head of Cs'ilr, with Slaliou, al Canoe, Welliiinlni., Fal Bullock., Cows. Colees, und Horres, on thc Lewinsbrook Esmtc, near Puterioii. Ma. Sremis.-Al thc Mart, at 12 o'clock, four Cnllnsos and «rounds in Waterview Doy, Balmain, Land at Kissing Tomi, (Jo vraiment Towo.bin l'rojevlies. Od Faillî- mes, imponed Duriiiini Bulls, frc. COUNTIIY SALE. Ma. A. Doo:...-Al East Maitland, Septem- ber :s, (.'anio.

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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

METEOIIOLOGY. I METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 12-ru TO lsT SEPTEMBER, 1812. ' I 20-15 I 29-09 ; 29-09 I 2D-10 ¡ 5S 2IT22 ! 29'2S ' 2:1-31 I 29"H ¡ G.Í 29--19 ; 2S-J1 J 29-33 ¡ 2P-32 ! üD 29 53 ! 29-iO ? 29-32 ¡ 29-10 ' CO 29-13 29-11 j 29--KI i 29-17 ' Cl 29-32 I 29-50 ! 29-52 29-¿7 G7 29 CS ! 29-Cil ! 29-L'O ! 29-J3 | 9-3 I \r., W.S.W., wv V.S.W., S. to S.S.E., S. W.S.W., E., lo N.E. on.! X. by E. W.N..V., to W.S.W., E., E.N.E., W-! W.N.W, Vf. j W., W. by S., S., ST, E. by X., W. \V., S.E., E., t.. N.E.. and N.N.E. j MONDAY," 12.-A veryatronif wettcrly (veering iinrt)i-ff»UTly) n-ind <hnmK thü moriim,; j inward .», r.M. ilicM gradually nway lt» a Kuhl «ind, reverting WML. Atmn.j.hrre bright atirl clear all il»)', Atrn.n lilfw hard frt.it. S lÜln/Wrmiilniiílit, then moderated ¡ nifht iotnoT. hat cloudy. TtJMDAV, 13.-Fresh westerly breezes in tba morning; sky cloudless ; ufw* 9, enmo on tu blow Iwrd vow south-west, tmddue soulli nt Huon, «lieu «ouïe irííliu^ sh-i...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

IMl'OUNDIXGS. Moswr.Li.Biinn»: -0.1 the 2nd September, bj- dirc.lion of Mr. Lucas: One grizzled heifer, brood on near rump resembling C, a seor on .,11' ribs, IS mo:.tbs old. One ted heifer, brood on ocnr rump resembling \V I, on elf rump TOM,,Mm- 1) »iib I, under > boll rirele inside the 1) ot bottom. One rel h. ¡fer. white belly, brood en oil' shoulder s or ll, 1 s months old. One red heifer, brand M ou near .boulder and II on near rib«. Ooo red roo, branned KO conjoined on oir rump, 271 on oil'libs, righi cai clipped. Ono red sided heifer calf, unbranded, about uro monti,, old. One red heifer, branded G or C ou near rump, ail Illegible brand on near ribs, though having o slight appearance of \Y. One brindle working hnlloek, branded A M1) an ¡Ilegible brand above, on near rump. One hrown working bullock, branded C oo near shoulder, above which is another l.rau.l re- sembling li. One red cow, branded apjia ra-itly SD C under, or JD C under on near ribs. One vellow working bulloc...

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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. 0 Colliboi . ml lo Buninniu omi lloro Creek, .oCrcrli oi.il (Jiicinlioj-nn, vi.i l!im ai.d'io Hroidwood »nd lloro Creek, tlaciubcyau Hoad, tbreo limes a and to Itavmond Terrace and 's l'oint, UTICO a week. and to Dnnk'-i? and Raymond , vi« Clin-nec Tosen, twice a weet,. and ¡o I tinto., and l'i,lr,«.,n, daily. and h.Clrc.lbr.l i.i.d ]>,.tonnii, daily. ar.,1 to Maitland, Kast .Maitland, cud and toMjilland and Wollombi, once and to Scone and Murrutuiidi, and to Murrurundi ondTamworl and lo Single:T, Jorry's i three Ihnes o neck. - mid to Mellon and Cassi and to Macquarie and Al From «nd ?flirray, Alb .iitchell's To* edition is nf so much ¡mpottonce, any quicker conveyance, oí thc i is nor.- cíIV-etcd'.víH bc fr.voiualily d; hut it is lo bc understood tba! a bc despatched on the dava mid e fi'.e.l by the ['uMniastor-Gcnerol, inline; ta the present arr<l,(tc,oer.l, nov aflcrirardg determine for thc r all k»;« 1 lo Hem ?General, cya-.ice crony lette...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

: TERMS Ol? SUBSCRIPTION. ~< ~\ ydney, Fifteen Shillings per Quarter. Single Numbers, Sixpence. Country, Seventeen Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter. > Ten per cent, discount for payment in advance, and ten per cent, added if accounts are allowed tn ? un over six months. J j CASH TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. ' _ I I For one inch and linder, Two Shilling! and Sixpence, and One Shilling for every additional inch, for each insertion. ? WZïJiïïwMmU* ^oX^Z^S^tí^^ JOHN COÍ/M tv" Pelrfù, ^iTll Dtof&íl'í'íft ^ P Ration Lower George-street, Sydney) are MR. JOHN HAHR.S, Co/toor, Jyrfne" ; MR. JOSEPH HUNT, £<,/«,«/" ; MR. JOHN L.SCOMBE, 7í«íA«,r¿ ; Mu. LABAN WH.TR, W',«rf«,r ; Mn. HUGH TA VIO.., Parramatta MR. A. W. LARYMORE, ft"W«»rf;ro«o»6,, MR-D-^ Deputy Postmaster, _ J ' _ °* * ° rf""» ."fe"' "Wtna, who arc provided with Printed Receipts, with the written signatures of" KEMP AND FAIRFAX," who hereby give Notice thal no other will be acknowledged for debts acc...

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RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 September 1842

RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. lo lite Editors of the.Sgdney Morning Ifiraid. uKNTi.ESiBN,-Ou rec/iving m the country, thu other day, ii recent number ol' your excel- lent journal," I observed a letter signed " Melanctlion," utid intended to be a reply to certain observations of our Bishop; relative to .tlie non-toleration of the Kotnuti Catholic Church. .-. : .-. . ' :.??/ ., .-/,. _I passed. six months in . Rome in, tho .winter of; 1810, and thc spring of the fjllowing year, and, on reading the Bishop's observa- tions iii your rcpdfc, I wus:so far from think iug then! open to objection,.that I was', on the contrary,' inclined to bu surprised ,at ibo extreme accuracy of his statement with rcgai d to toleration in that city. He says that tho celebration there by Protestants of their own worship is merely ''connived at," and he could not have selected a more strictly accu- rate expression. The place of assembly is a large room ta a granary outside thu Northern (¡'tte ; and thus, whilst the Ro...

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