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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Clerical Cupidity, THE CAUSE OF RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

SIDNEY MONITOR E COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY Ml(lNING, JANU.AP.Y 25, 1839., Nothing extenuate, nor aught elt down a ma lice. SHIAKIYEiAA5OE. Cler:cal Cupidity. THE CAUSE OF RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION. Persons who do not believe in the divinity of Christ, or that God I:as ever evealed hinimself to - man in any age or any place, nor ever departed from the fixed laws of nature in working miracles either himself or by delegation of his almighty power, are much nore dangerous to the vitality of Christ's mission, und the dignity of his nerlifice, and the honour and devotion which Ihe clanis front mankind for reder:ting them -from the tMffets of their sins, than th:e ouman CathIlics; because the latter do believe in salvation through Christ, and honour him as Ce:equal with the Father. Wthy then do our Sydney journals term with in vectives and persecution of the Catholics ? while towards unbelievers they altogether rx* reise a latuda ble forbearance, leaving them to the great judge of all ? It ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -0 ARRIVALS. On Wednesday 23rd January, the schooner Edward, 130 tons, Leathart, master, from New Zealand, 29th D-cember, with 55 tons black oil,. 25 tons pork, and half a ton wbhlebone. Passen gers -none. Same day, the brig Louisa, 182 tons, Roche, master, from London, via Hobart Town, left the former port 21st August, the latter 16th inst. with merchandise. Passengers in the cabin-Messrs. B. Wise, A. Coleman, R. Horsey, J. Galloway, Mrs. Galloway and child, and Mrs. Marsden. Steerage-none Same day, the bark Lindsay, 200 tons, 11 elch, master, from Two-fold Bay, with fat cattle - Walker and Co., agents. On Thursday, 24.h January, the bark ifamillon Ross, 290 tons, lHobb, master, from the Cape of Good Hope, via Hohart Town, the former port the 24th November, the latter the 11th lust, with wine, &c. &c. Cabin passengers-Mrs. ltobb, Mrs. Griflin two daughters and son, Steerage non1e.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

Birth. At Parramatta, on the 20th instant, the lady of D. Cun- cliffe, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, of a son and heir, M arriage. On Monday last, by the Rev. John M'Garvie, Mr. John Murdoch, Craigend, Cawdor, to Miss Sussannah Stark, of Sydney. Death. Tuesday morning, the 22nd instant, George, the infant son of Mr. George Simpson, plasterer, of Sussex-street, aged seventeen months.

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Sir Francis Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

Sir Francis Forbes. Extract from the " SYDNEY STANDARD"     " We perceive in the list of arrivals, that our Ex-Chief Justice has returned to the colony, but we hear nothing of the conmission of which it was somewhat confidently   hinted, the Ex-Judge was to have been chairman. Will his Ex. -Honour receive the same polite attentions from the reigning powers that H. M. Commander-in-chief of the Forces did on his arrival in Sydney. Sir Francis has his   friends it seems, and we suppose they are each worthy of the other. Rads and Democrats are, after all, fond of empty sounding titles, whenever accident chances to throw such gewgaws in their way." If the Editor of the Sydney Standard were a freed man of low habits and misapplied education,   like some who have conducted journal, in this Colony, we should think the above beneath our notice. But as it is written, or at least appears in   a Journal conducted, by ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

NEWVS OF THE DAY. CoNcaPRT.-We are bhapy to say for the honour of " trhe art divine," trht :Mr. Dean's concert on Wedtlnesday evening at the Royal Hotel was atrtn ded by a room lull thoulu, ni t crowlded. The evening wais (dellightfuilly cool. In conseqluence of an attack Iof the Standa'd newspaper oni one of the singers, he was received with nnuuaal applause and encouragemnent. But he was miuch agitated in the first duett. We appeal to the Editor, in the spliit -of Hitn whit has commanded i s " not to Ibruise the broken reed, nor 9sench the smoking fll x,' whether the cause which we suppose this atack is intended to pi otnmte, is not injured by his endeavouring to cruth a man, whose powerful talents delilht thousands, as well in their psalmody and highest feelings of devotin. as in their inno. cent recreations= for notwithsbtanding we lately met in sonme author the remark, that music is altogether a sensual giatification, we know of none of the senses by which sentiment and imragin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. Valuable Property in Ciumberland-street. TO BIE SOLD BIY AUCTLON, BY A. P.LACK, "On THURSDAY, .the 3?It January, on the ground at Twelve o'clock pricisely,. :Lltlhat Valuable PLOT Of GILOUND, with the- Huildingserected thrrenn, containinj? by iltdneasuremrnt sevenl alld three quarter square, perches il tile Parish of St. Philip., in the town of Sydney, bounded on the east by the west side of Cumberlnand-street. '52 links. on the north I.y a westerly line of 29 links, on the west by a southlely line of J52 links, and on the south by an easterly line to the comnlliecing north-east corlier in CuiU berland-street. Furtlher particulars and termls made known on a pplicationtuthe Auctioneer. TWENTY-TWO FINE ON THE Banks of Prospect Creek. -Within 19 Miles of Sydney--4 of Parramatta, and Five of Liverpool. -o i'MR, A. POLAC K H-las been instructed by the Proprietor to submit to Public competition, at Twelve o'Clock pre. risrly, on S k T U It D A Y, the 2nd day of February,...

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Hobart Town. PRICE CURRENT, 11TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

Ho'3art Town. PRICE CURRENT, Itrn JAcoArY. Ale nd Porter, doz. (DOllhltr's) 12s, Al per hlhd, £8 to·.A U lIs-lccf (Sydney) per l. ad to 3d, Barleay(Euglishb per bushel 7s, (Cape) - Dark (black watltle) per too £2 Iftsto .d2 15s-Butter (Irish) perlb. Is +d to is 6d Coffee per Ib 9d to I l--Cheese (Englosh) ditto Isn. (Colo hil) ditto Illd--Calld:etd (In2lihh) ditto gd to lod, Colonial ditto led to 10id, Sperm ditto 2s d-Cedar iper foot 2ad to 3d--Ctsks, oil, per toun £1 I'n. to 1 los--Coals, Port Arthur, per tmn losto I ts,Sydney ditto 81 I10s to £1 12s Currantos I.er lb. 7d tog I9 l-Deals per foot 5jd to Gd, Ditto deck Io-l~rtl~t, zatclns, ilusc;tel. ib IOd to Is. Smyrno ditto n?t to 41, Cape ditto .ld, Valencll ditto s..d to 4d tliaso, \Vestphalla, per lb. ls 9dto Is loci, Yorkshire ditto I d to I?--lopS per lb. 6d tr, 2s 3d -Ilides ditto 24l--Hey Ier toll .£1' 100 to as?lJrn.ditto, English a!ssorteod'. ?12 125 to .td--Lerther. Coluntall, sole, Ib sd--Dltton kiprlitto as 81 to I6 7...

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THE SYNOD AND THE PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

THE SYNOD AND THE PRESIIYTERY. I laving seen it announcerl in the public papers that the Aloderutor of the so styled ft tller body of Scotch a;n Irish Pl'rehveltrlant, i. on the very eve of his departure fIr EEngland, it becnomes our duty to say a few words. As"n" The Synod tRelief Bill" I;ad passed througtth its lafst stalges before e werlte aill illzed of any suclh mleasure lieing in contemplatiotn, we coutl dt, little mitre thllln enter our protest against so fllgrant a violation of tile principle on which was based tile excellent ecclesiastical sy-,tem of Sir Richard Bolurke. Tile ldisgrtacefui tmpalriz ng elnactlrnt we cdenotlunced, as an insult to the Lfille of that ablu legislator-which n tlone dared to have offlred in his presence, or while lhe was In the ipossess.ion of power. Our obljections detired great force from the e lnosvrtiti as hich the colony had attained of the character of thllellalnl a' h lad nrma?tleur'edl success En!lY rrtfh as franger to obtain this legislat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

Ad~erlisementls sent to this Ojice, lmust specify on the face ofI them, the ,number of times t/eq are to be aduvertised ; otherwise, ltey will be conttinued ane chltarged until countermattded. Fifty-first A ,universary- Regatt a. T HE 'AUSTR A LIA' Steam Packet, J. Morris. will leave the Dock-Yard, at TIen o'Clock, and continue running the whole of the Regatta, when he will be glad to see his friends as usual. NB.-A splendid Band is positively engaged; good Rlefreahmenss. * January 21. 1839. For London Direct, THE SHIP Alfred, 16 tons 1orsgibter, Captain J..T. E. Flint. H. E. 1. C. Service, will sail on or before the 17th March next. She loads entirely with Wool, and has first-rate accommodations for passengers. For freight or passage, apply at the office of WILLIAM WALKER & CO. For London Direct. T HE well known fast sailing L British built BARK " Despatch. 362 Tons burthen, will positively sail on or before the lt of March. She has room for a few Bales of Wool, for freight...

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Drawbacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

Drawbacks. T'he ern.w:i ck allowed on the exportation of re?rt.inl merchandise on which duty has been paid, often indunecsdishonest attempts in the mother coun. try'to obtain from -Governmenit, by means of false entrites at the Cutomllouse, a greater sum of money as d'aswback, than is due on the goods entered for exportation. A case of this solt occurred last year at .Lives pool, with some goods shipped to this Co lony. ad occasioned no little inconvenience both to t he consignee and to the purclhaser of the goods in quecstion; as the hearing of our Custom.house clii coer in the business, seems to imply, that the purcha. ser. here of. goods fraudulently entered outwards in :'nuglhatd, is liable for the fraud so far, as to lose t he goods purchased. -Thu fllihwing are the particu. lars of the ease alluded to :-A shipment of neatly one thousan I boxes of vwindow glass was entered outwards for sydney at tile Liverpool Custom ,house; but the quantity specified as the contents of each pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL :SALES BY AUCTION Which will take platce before our nextrl pu'deallun. THIIS DXY. J. T WILSON-at nRooms, at h.Ilf.past if for 12 o',clck-H~nres. \V,.rkinq Bullocklc. &c. .Mr. Ill.ACK I AN-at Rlio:as, at 11 o'clock-house blnll Fu. litnure, &c. A. POI.ACK--: hiii B-zeaar, at 12 o'clock-a sad dile Horse. COMMISSARIAT NOTICES. Commissariat Office, Sydney, 21se January, 1839. N OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this Office until Thursday, the 31st instant, at noon. for Carpenter's Work required in the roofing of the Cells at the Female Factory, Parramatta. The Plan and Specification may be seen at the Royal Engineer Office, Sydney. W. MILLER. D. C. G. Commissariat Office. Sydney, 14th January, IS39. Conveyance of Troops to England. N OTICE is hereby given that Tenders will be received at this Office until Monday, the 11th February next, at noon, for the conveyance from this port to England of a detachment of Troops, consisting of abou...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 January 1839

SITUAITION OF SI IP'I'ING IN THE HAlIIOUl OF PORT JACKSON. ALFRED, barqe, 716 tons Flint, master, Walker, & Co. ugents, at their what , taking in wool for London. A I.It, brig, 2316, Havne, master, Mlr Sinmmons, il Ilt-ill stre'aln for sea. AIlCII( )1 , , ]i!,Billing maltterl, Gore & Co. agenlt in I) ngilhi IHarlbour, refitting. ACH Ill.Il S, bark, (whaler) 200 tons, Lee. master, Ciiiisi agenlt-- t Duke's Wiharf, diclharging. I1''NS, ship, 619 ton-, Itichardson, master, in dtream, Mlontefiore & Co. agents, refitting fur India. CHAItLES KERR, harque, 463, Arnold, master, A II S.m1rk, agent, in the cove, refitting. CAI.EDIONIA, ltique, 189, Sjiers, master, Ed wards and Hllltler, agents-offl Ftheringllamn' wha f, refittine. COIL.U\If31AN, hiarque, W,,kellham, master, Aspinal & C(,. agents-at the whalirf, i-charging. CA I'HAItINE JAlIIESON, hark,306 ton*, Hutch. ilall Iaster, Pani & Co., agents, at Rolore's \\W:irf, ditchmucing. DEFIAT'I'CH. Ilark...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

The number of passengers by the St. Germnai railroad were, in the first six months of the present year, 587,549, and the receipts 647 813r. In the month of July the passengers were I66,692 and the receipts j.78,c71.--Gilignani s Mess ager. ANECDOTE OF CATALANI -1-er want. of literary attainments. j ined to her vivacity in conversation, sometimes produced lu dicrous scenes. When at the -court of WVeimnar, she was placed, at a dinner party, by the -aide of Goethe, as a mark of respect to her on the part of her royal host. The lady knew, nothing of Goethe, but being struck by his manjesdic appearance, and the great attention of which he was the object, shi enquired of the gentleman on her other side what was his name. "" The celebrated Goethe, madame," was the answer. "'Pray, on what instrument does he .play?" was the next question. "'He is no performer naudamae-he is the renowned author of Werter." " Oh yes, 'yes, -I remember," sitaid Catalari, and turning to the venerable poet, she a...

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Price of Crown Land. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 17th January, 1839. MINIMUM PRICE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

Price of Crown Land. Culunitl Secreta y's Ofiice, Sydaiey, 17th January, 1839. tIM1NIMUA1l PRICE OF LAND . HL 1 x E llency the GoYERNOR, .1wth reterence H1 to the Regoeartions for the Sale eat Land, diaed ter l1t July,.1831,,directs it to be notified that, iii luti nate ref insteectirant fronm TuaitRur lionoi-. AuI tt Tit li et'caTAlY te STArtta, dated the .9:h. A uaut, 18:18. and received yesterday by -the tbip a/fred, the MJ1.IaNIMUM PRICE of Crdwn Land in all patis of trit( adeity oitpen to ihltettifn foe purchiae, ialrtiding the L,ands already under adverlis-ment or rr.jqlesd +f/cr, nrdistuhencafr*/ h/e rsited framrn Five .Shl /Wrg' Te.1 l e S/iSlliegE Ster/mg per acre. 1.y .Hir:Excellenty' Conuanfl, ;E. I}EA-S THO\ISON, Thuts by 1le4nteteist and meikrepresentationa of the Lnidamn Serttii .Aatrailien feration and coterie, the rice of liad ain New. South Waleer is -soddenly riuted vurtli hisher than that of South Autstealina; .because, elilutig k the nominal price is the srnme (1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

"TIHI" 1 lEMO RI. L. T IlS is the title or heading of an advertise ment which lately appeared in the Austra. lian subscribed by Mr. Kentish. nod which by mire accident, folniwed a notice of John BlaxlanJ, Esq., M. C,. and other gentlenien wialling a public meeting on the 8th Februsry, to consider a P.*tition or Memorial to the Hou'e of Commons, praying that theTransportation of OtTenders to New South Wales, and their assignment to individuals, might continue; and then follows the Petition or Me. morial, which it is announced was couditiommally adopted by the Rerqaisionists. The consequence has been, that the Public have very naturallysupposed that the said Petition is the prodnction of Mr. Kentish, and th it,"I'lT IE Memorial," he aniumad verts on, is the Petition or Mumoorial which follows he requisition of John Blxland Esq., and other ,enitlemen. And this natural conclusion receives the Si ongest confirmation by the net dental fact, of Sir John Jamieson and other gentlhmen's names...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

1):1PARITURES. On Thirilay hi:t, the A'lphinstone, Capt. Fi emlin, lii Ciiluo, in hall ict. Passatu ers, ni one. In Fri i i lii motn ine last, the schooner Currenfc!/ Isnxv, Captain Daviie, for New Zenaland. with sun di it'. Pai--rig ers published in our last. On Friday, tne bUnqe Gaillardon, 390 tons, libsnii, fur Calcutta via Launceston amd Hobart Town, with tiundtils. No pass'ngers. Stiate day, the .ship Aledusa, 389 tons, Captain Pa rlic, fio Aia, Lila, in hallast. No paisengers. MS:ie day, the lhiu MIedwiay, Captain Wight, for South Aittialia, with sundries. No passengers. On Satuiclay, thilt brig .dhee, 236 tons, Captain Haine, for Norfolk Llind, with Government stoies. YNsterday, the. bat I Lindsays, Captain Welsh, for Twofold Baiy, in biailst*

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

PROJET'I'ED DEI'AITUIRES. The folio wing Besse:' ntrl sail Ithe first fjstr uwind, Iep/iar for the Southi Seas- - totedone.& Co., agents The fallowing lret. arc ),rettibg reads with atI dskpnga'h. SaJoht irker, for o hug A eurgc's Su0thd and thAe Mau ritius. this week-Itycer agent. aethe, for London, 5th February-MonteiorCe & Co., agents NoL/t Briton (if not sold) for Sourabaya the 3rd February K. I-low agent Pero for vaanllatait 3rd Fb-tCo.ghs & tonsking agents John Pine for South Australia, 10th trcb.-A. Bi. Spark agent Argo, for Manrittnts-Dawet agent G1ntie, for the South Seas-Street. agcnt. ELiabeth for foGam, oat February-Street agent. LAID ON, aw 701 Tltr, SaAiiNO -4OT Pt\CO, Desaptch, for L~oudoni in all Fecbruary-Stre~et; agent Lord Eldon. for Loatdon, in all Tehbrsary-Moiuteiiure & Co., agents Atlred, for Lotndon-Walker & Co.. agents Laura. fur he ee & uo., agents ta',,toisn, for .iverpool-Aspinall & Cn., agents. Peor...

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A SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. (In our Supplement, our readers will find a late and interesting article from the Spectator.) News by the Hashemy. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

-A SUPPLEkfTENT is published wilk this day f asvtaber. SfDhEY MONITOR Z COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER SNQNDAY LICIRNI\t:, JANUARY 28, 1839. Ntlhingtetenurde, mar oatught set down in mauliee. SHAMuSrARiE. (In our Supplemnent. our readers will-find a into and interesting article lromathe Spectator.) News by the Hashemy. rse following are the markets and shipping which we hoave extractetfztom London papers up to 25th September, -inclusive. Fromtrhe TWeekly Despatch 2Ist September. LIVERPOOL MARKETS. Ourmarketrem tins quite in the same state as'we have reported for several weeks back. The sales are just suffi. dent to keep prices steady, and the large holders keep the ,narket only very moderately supplied. This week we .notice no alterato-. In prices of any description. There has been a little demand for export, but it had no inf.n slice. Thtettatl sales amount to 22,680 bags, of which l1,o30 American, too Sunat, and too Madras, have been taken for export, and 40o American on speculation. Wont....

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SHIPPING NEWS BY THE "HASHEMY." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

-t;lHIP'IN' NEWS BY THE "H \SHEMV." te~ntmr~titet I1-Entered outwards for loading, the .J."slduu, . layer, tor Hobart Town. iravtoni, -September 19-Airived the Peter . 'rontor, Telt t y, from Syd ney. .Livet pol, I, reptetnmber 19-Cleared outwards, the ta/te.man Quillin, for Hobart Town. London, September 22-Entered inward-, the Gualtih,T ,it, from Hobart. C utwaida with cargo, -the Feaseis C/hrlotte, Mletcalf, for Sydney: and (in hailahtt) the Gilmore, Thewker, for Hohart. " Li rrpo i, September 22-Cleared outward-, the Sus,,a Penjne, for Sydney. Sailed for Hobart, the Stat smn", Tleller. ie dl, September 23-Arrived the Craiginar fromi Sydney. S.ame day, the Car kermn t/ Castle, from same hott. Sailed, naue day, for Hobart, the Janus, Todd. Hrave-entd, September 22-Arrived the 1Brilliant frmis .itdniy, and diary Cafherite fromn Hobart. Sethetnter 24-Entered inwards, the Mary (it//eria.',,Evane, from Hobart. Cleared outwards, .the )a'teoa. Hassell, for Sydney, and the Luisa, (uampbu...

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GENERAL CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 January 1839

GENER1.tL CONDITIONS. 9. The whole of the supplies of every description in each district are intended to be included in ens contract; and, therefore, no Tenders can be received unless for supplying the whole without exception that may be required in the entire of a district, and for each district there must be a separate Tender. 10. Provisions and forage being required by rations according to scales under these respectite heads, the Tenders are required to express the prife per ration only, and not of the several articles, en. cepting that of rum, the price of which requires to be separately stated. 11. Fuel and light, as well as the supplies for hospitals and penal settlements, being required by weight and measure, must be priced accordingly, as shewn under these heads respectively. 12. Contractors supplying road parties on the Bathurst or other roads similarly situated, are re quired to have at all times on the spot a supply for fourteen days in reserve, in the care of a competent...

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