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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

, ?jiyl~tg tý ýutrllfaltcc. The ship PFannrl, will 'oýrea?ed to L?unecston, inrttad or HIlolAarl' Towtn, as Ias boe.n previuu.ly advwrlisrtd. 'rlhe Nimrod, harqte, fornmerly wvhater oat of this port, after ulndrgoing repairs will take in cattle for New Zraland. 'I'hebce she will pIroceed to Sonthi A:leltrica for a cargo of.horses for New Zralxnd. The llaitrian fI'alson. srhooner, is laking in ear go +tnd will isail again fur Hobart .Towtn about Sultday nettt. Theis Psyche, which sailed for Lombock on Sun day last, on Iter arrival,there, will take in a cargo for London. 'lThe Jane Blain, is discharging at Campbell's whlthrf. 'Ilte Superb, prooeeds.to New Zealand, for tim ber, for 'urs Phillip. Thite Ilýesiinsler, has hCen olharlered by Goveon toent to convey stores to New Zealantil. The plresttre yacht Ariel, will be sold by ilr Lypns, at public Auction this day. The,barqne Charlotlq nod schooner Arirl are sdlsrhairging at the Q(nern's Wh'arf. sel' Hrnry, which arrived from London on...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIVE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

"' DNAT'ZVE "0 ZNN1TE4R. r,:.At tena o'clock last night, our Reporter loft the '! Lands of the ShiP" in the oest of humours with tliomselvos and all the world. After a glorious din uer, ?thq ta~lth of the Quleen and the G(overnor wore drunlk with cqlthusismtu. Then lluwed "Advance Australia." which y`as received fvith the greatest ishilause, and drunk amid th cheoers of her Native I Air.. Nicnpr.s, ,tlheir wprlhy Ohairman, was ably sitpportud by,pMr, ltoberts, the Vico. The company amounted to 50, aiud 'seemed 'is liuaonr to the land of thleir birth.-Fifty years rhave elhlised, and Sydney is alreatdy a napital of vast resoturces; despite its haruren,;rocks. Fifty moro, and, itwill stand the leader of the nations of the Southlern IHemisphere. Now Zeialsid at her side, and 'Australia will be a secoud tUnited'Kinigdom to rule the dastinies of the southern soeas.o Advance Ausalralia.

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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News and Rumours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Sir ilThutjae O'Coinril' ieý'nbiintfi p to uVn' nDlemen' i~ndc; to" eviiwltIhoý 'Purde in.tllnt~ GCilony,--i'1'1º 'nnnulalcnlectiný ufýýthe: T'i'IlStfR : o, Sydnoy, .CtIIicge.' tvill..take , plaeo: onn Sturday, nct," tho fiqndspthjs lneti~t~ttloiu are enid ýtý t a ip 'tliecunirngin ptnte, Rnº Fons-;, qugncb ofV'tieprint' nsioil zi~rdiºlna ofirJIo "Iu pile ntti iigo'pi1iº't~i~al na'ticiy dt~i~ulc~l bei the hpnyonse of"tlio' ýfce:='A'1hse us Ilth~irn'r jif IDlclb~urno -ýgav' a ýrd fdndill cv tdrtdi'~in'tn~enail 1ºnll bnotho 14th ýin~ttntiwhlchicname (iff; with{ ýrocat eclgit.-,;7?l oqkcgperlltnnuunl.ºnleo.tirlý ofl the Rialgnjos'Sjril q1 ,Arlty ,Wrt l, bC hcl( ,in tha :1.Iliotitt'o ýºfllhgInstihlliiotý onn \ecngsdnv;; tle koiti Fijruar' .-.Tlio Repourt of. Captain, Dloore, of thlo Prince Ocoigo' Revbntile taruitt.' Is unfavorbhlerrespectln·r-h et capnbltltesý:'trý Puortlandany,ý i{hiphslhse .cnnsjtlcra, pn, nevor,ý bo~ ~ ~~U ofsnbtlr~pprniotliau a~s aqo lietrfoý tihe shitppig !,rWo1-h...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Mounted Police. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 21st January, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

WlNounted police. Colonial Secrelary'a O(ice, Sydntey, 21st January, 1}840. Sir,-I have had the honor to receive, and .to submit to. the'ý Governor,, .your" letter of the 16th instant; and, in com pliance with your r'conmnim ndation;, i'am directed to inform you, that His Eieel lenoy approves of Lieutenant Smart, 28th regiment, baingappointed to the command of the mounted polios in New Zoaland, and of Ensign filliard, senior 'visiting ,mogistrato, being appointed to suceeod Lieutenant Smart in comnmand of the 2nd division 'of miuunted police et Bathurst. [ have the honor to be, Sir, Your, most obedient servant, (Signed) ' E.-D-iA T? oMtsoN.

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Van Diemon's Land. (From the Advertlier of Janurary 10. Monsieur Goupol Ernest, a gentleman attached to tile civil service of the King of the Fronch's Discovery Ship Zelie, died in the early part of last week, and was buried in the Catholic burial of this town on Saturday Iast. The military authorities have paid every respect to the rank of the deceased. s. MAnnKETs.-Trade in general is as usual at this season dull. Some consid orable exchanges of British goods have however occurred. Prices, if any thing, generally lower. Upon the whole, we may safely say that there is no immediate want of any particular article, nor is there an overstock of any thing in the market, as respects imported goods. Provisions are however still most frightfully high. 'T'he nominal price of wheat being 32s. Nothing has however boon done in the market, for the best of all possible reasons -no supplies have arrived. Best bread still continues at is 3d the 21b. loaf, but one baker (Hugo) is selling an excel l...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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NEW ZEALAND. Extract from a Despatch from the Marquis of Normanby to Captain Hobson, dated Downing-street, 14th August, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

NEW ZEALAND. Extract from a Despatch from the Marquis of Normnalby to Captain Hobson, dated Downing street, 14th Auynst, 1839. " It is not, however, to tho moro recog nition of the sovereign authority of the Quoon that your ondeavours are to be confinod or your negotiations directed. It is further necessary that the chiefs ihould be induced, if possible, to contract ivith you, as representing Her Majesty, thao hencoforward no lands shall be coded either gratuitously or othorwiseo, oexcept to the crown of Groat Britain. Content plating the future growth and extension of a British Colony in Now Zealand, it is an object of the first iniportanoo that the alienation of the unsettled lands within its limits should be conducted from its commencement upon that system of sale of which experience has proved the wisdom, and the disregard of which has boon so fatal to the prosperity of other British settlemauents. With a view to those interests, it is obviously the same thing whether largo trac...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 22nd January, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Colonial Secretaiy's Oefice, Sjdncy; 22nd January3, 189. Sir,-I am direoted by the Governor' to informt you; that tho following pirty:of, mounted" police is to bohold in readinosie to embark for Now Zealand on the .oth of February noxt : ' ' Cor?pori, al .: 4, Troopers, I have the honor to bei Sir;' ' Your inost liuiiiblSo eOi?bnt;f' . ,. . D As Tao .so ,' .Tkc Conmmandant of 'lie '"'" DMounted Police. '

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. French Colony at New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

E1VGLISI[ EXTRACTS. French Colony at New Zealand. A plan forcolonizing New Zealand, present ed to the (French) Ministry. lhas commanded its attention. A Company, with M. ,guado at its head, is employed in realizing a Fund for this vast entea prize, which is supported by Gou vernment.-Le Temps (Paria paper.)

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Married, At Bathurst, on Thursday, the 23d inst., by spe- cial License, by the Rev. K. D. Smythe, Mr. Geo. Angel Lowe, to Miss Mary Gray.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

SHIPPING NEWS. AnnrIVA LS. 3rd Jan.-Essington, saclooner, 123 tone, Captain Archer, from Launceston, Dec. 28th. Cargo, sun- dries. Passsengers-Cabin, Messrs. R. N. & J. Murdoch, Adams, Heely, Pegg, and Jones. 6th Jan.-Henry, brig 107 tons, Captain Ruffle, from Launceston, Dec. 30th. Cargo, sundries. Passengers, Captain Thomas Ritchie, F. D. Wick- ham, Esq., Mr. Jackson, Mr. William Dartnell, Mr. Russell, Mr. Thomas Strode, William Rains, P. Caroran, Sarah Caroran, Owen Carrons, Charles Cropper, Phillip Pembuoke, wife, and 2 children, William Wignell, B. Henniker, and W. Manning. 6th Jan.-Gem, schooner, ?6 tons, Captain R. Bell, from Launceston December 28th. Cargo, sundries. Passengers, Mrs. and Miss Rodgers, Joihn and James Smith, Peter Cochran. Mrs. Mary Cochran, Mrs. Kelly and 2 children, James Thomp- son, Hugh Manrm. DEPARTURE. 4th Jan.-Bandicoot, schooner, 55 tons. Captain Griffiths for Hobart Town. Passengers, None.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

O'rigitnal (AIor'oL iotttIcetr. To the Editor of the lustlrulaasin Chronicle. Stlt.--After the tremendous lashing the editor of the Sydney Gazette, most tamely iRulped down from the pen of the "Shlip Owner," and the gentle hints given hhnim in a letter which, appcared in your paper of the 17th instant, to take Iimhnsalf into tie darkest obscurity for decency's sake, it is really Fur priixigt; that the proprietors of that paper should continue the service of such a arritcr, who sets hlimselfl dlwn three times per week to derirade the ilemory of their grnldfather and mother, whib, like the numerous bnody of emian= cipixts in this Colýony, have obtained their freedoml, reared large and lamlable familles, by hollnet and industrious nleans, and Ilerthty irnli iense ellllth, with vwhich their first object has been to give their children an education sufr icielet to 'qualify themn for the higthest coin mlercial stathms in New? Suith iWales, their Natlhe Ltind; but can thely, con any mother...

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Sketches in Sydney. No. II. THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Sketches inf Sydney. No. lI. THE POLICE COURT. WVltotsVEtI its seeil Sydney witlunt erring its police court Ihas ralchl yet to learn. Its very cre. trance conveys a striking lesaun. The two vi.-a vis doors (fir the two great clsacs of individuals a'lso datiy frequent this thsliionable establishiient) ara. like thie plces for Inhe sheep and goars on a certain dny, tile one onil the right htlid, ihe other on the left. The many tried vetertns, whou are buesied mullichl in thle satme manner as on that certaiu day, his satanic majealy and mylmidons will douulitless be occupied, teach anxious to opun his black book, and tell the faults of which he so axiously watched the comtnisbiun. Ulit go in-to the light is for thalt portion of the ounlatluniy. nwho, though oclu-, ally isn durance tile, are noaninully frae.. Tiat. gent withl his tbarp eye anti dark haoir, who nocu pies the centre back selt, is a regular bcakr Trhere is no mistaking him. He is as firm as the stocks ; once comlle before ...

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LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

LAID ON, But time of sailing not yel fixed. Eliza Frances, for South Seas, Captain Lister agent. Gorcrnor ialkuet, barque, for the Fisaheries, Camp bell & Co. agents. Prince lRegenl, for London, to load at Newcastle, Scott, of Newcastle, and BugIter, of Sydney agents-n- t yrt arlived. Lady lllacauglhten, fur London, It. Dulke & Co. F. Mlitchell, and'Campbell & Co. agents, Trusty, ship, for London, Gore & Co. agents. Argyle; barque, for London, Hughes & Iluaking, agellI,. Sheph,nrdres,banrque, for Boston via Bay of Islalndr, WIllianms agenit. Georgiinar, for Liverpnol. A. 1. Sndilhl agent. A(/frd, iot 'London, W. Walker & Co. agents. Tigrces, brig, for Slperln Fieliory, llughle and Illuking aigellta. Lrnar, for Bay of Islands and Ilokiangn. Clina, shilp, for Calctllta, Smith & Co. agents. Orient, burque, for Londun, Montefinor & Co. agfent?. Samuel, bnrque, for London, Dunlop & Co. agenti. Neclo·, barqure, fur th...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

1)tplIitt ?11rtlligcrItrr. A&n5i5VALS. Jan. 24M.-From Port Adelaide, the IOth instant, the brig Dorset, Captain Ilobinson, with a+udries. Passengers-Dr. Mlowbrey, Messrs. Humo and Solomon, and three in the s:eerage. 24.-From London, the 5th October, the barque Ilen~toy, 4,9J taus, Captain WVolssley, withb ner chandiso. Passengers--Mr. ann D Mrs. Cobden, llessrs. SM'Dnald, 'Tuylor, Walker, and Vest 25.-From Dublin via Mlauritius. having left the former port Gth July, and the latter the 14th Dec., the barque Middlesex, Captain Bluaro, with 194 Convits, under the superintendenceo of I)r. 3and, _. W. Passengers-Mr. Symuonds, Mr. Uniacke, 29 rank anil file of 51st Regt., with their womcue and children. 25.-From Hobart Town, having left the 15th instant, the barque Ilelvelln, Captain 'MCleau, with part of her original cargo from Liverpool. P'assengers-ltev. Mr. Buamby, and Mr. Smith. 26.'-From London, having left Portsmouth the 31st September, the barque Wfilnmot, Capt. tlillor, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

For the 3?y of Islands, 'AND I 0*( " ' HE fin' fait=ail a · ins Ifr; IMUROD, will be dispatclhed for the , above ports, Now Zealand, on the lst proximo. For Freight or Passage, ailply to 1lr. Jout DAtr;.v, near Queen's Wliarf, or to Ow ZN ,DAVs, Commander, on board. The Nimrod cannot be excelled in accommodntion for Passon gors, and is well knowli in the trade between Syd. cey and Ne~ Zealand,' Jan. 6, 1840. 762 Regular Traders. "'?OR Port Macquario, i, the Lucy Autc; Wollon gong, the Fanny (first); New Zealand, Bayy of Islands, and Hokianga, th'e Kate; Kidma and Shell Harbour, the Fanny (soecond); Melboirne, Port Phillip, the Ansn. These vessels are particularly adapted for.the seve ral Harbours, drawing but little water. Goods intended for tliem are waroehdisod free of all cha'rges. For further particulars apply at Union Wharf (lato Kirk's), Sussexstroeet, or of A. SAUNDER , January 13, 1840. 8341 For Hobart Town, Posltivety'to saitlon Thursdray, the 30th Instant, L, ing Brigantin...

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The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Sydney-: TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, I840. ý -+ IN opposing those who are resolved upon keeping qp an unjust and impolitic distinction of castes in thire colony, we are given to understand that we haveecreuted murmurs among some of those who are otherwise friendly to the cause we es pouse. We care not. We do.nor write solely to please, but to be useful, and being perfectly unfettered in our position, wo hesitate not to maintain our opinion that the opposition that is made to tihe class of colonists termed Eatancipists is impolitic, most unjust upon its simple rnerits, and absolutely contrary to Chris tian principle. 1. Of its itUpolicy, the simple fact of its creating a division in the community is oan irresistible proof. He who said, ", Divide, and you will conquer," was possessed of wisdom derived from expe rience. 'And if we.o ereto aid the enemy of fAustralia with counsel, we should say, divide loonosettler against his neighbour : raise up a periotual distinction between two classes of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

By bMr. Lyons, on Friday-The schooner Abcr cronoble, to Mr. Jobth Jones, for £2010; also 150 head of cattle, cows' iid hoi9ers; lit £5 17s each, to D. EeCn, Esq. The'rI acit Ariel was bought inl for £180, but itlis expected to be disposed of to. day by private contraest, . By the Aistrolianr Auctini Compl?y, sanic day, twentvlseven South Amoeorica mIres, ex Vittoria, for £571110i. . 'The sale of Mr., Polack'+ prop-rly in George strect, advertised by. Mr. Iyons for this day, is postpohed fill Thursday theSOih instant. k'buStract of ýalre by Irtttifott, THIS .DAY, MRi 'S. LYONS-At' his Temporary Rooms, at 11 o'clock precisely, Eighty Shares in the Union Bank.-At the Paddock', Codrer of hlunter end George Streeto, at 10 ,o'clock precisely, five Superior Cows. AUSTRALIAN AUCTIO)NCOMPANY-at tle Malt, at It o'clock. MIrreliandise, ex Georgfana, ' Idlotlran, Fleettwond, Lord Glenelg, LuT phrates, WVilllim Mitchell, Ac. TO- MORROW. AUSTRALIAN AUCTION COMIPANY--at it o'clark precisely, at th...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

THE QUEEN AND PRINCE ALBERT. The intimacy between Her Majesty and Prince Albert commenced at Claremont, where he was a frequcnt visijor for months togother, with an object not to be mista ken, previous to her Majesty's accession to the throne. -No sooner was the on graving of the best and most anthentic portrait of her Majesty (that of Chalon, in which he represents her in the set of proroguing parliament) finished, than the original picture was forthwith dispatched to this very "fortunate youth." " CONTEMPLATED MARRIAGE OF TIBE KING OF THE NETIFIRLANDS.--ThO Couomnerce Belge says that Prince Frod erick and the Princess Marianne, end Prince Albert, her husband are much opposed to the project of marriage of the King of the Netherlands to the Countess dl'Outremont'; but that the Prince of Grange preserves the strictest neutrality on the subject. The King, whose taci turnity, says the Commerce Belge, is well known, persists in his resolution, and de clares to his children that the marr...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

, "± t t t , . .. j. , ...' ( t TI'ts F.AyonITr.--E-We. are.cridibly ip formepd ttit.Lthis yessol 1Wil .ill inia (ot, fe days for tho ,purposeo;.of. visiqfig 4Jp 'nu-. anmroap jslapds of. the Paoiflo.Ooan;,to. allord,.prptection. ,wiierever thlo !Britiph. interests .t ay. be effected, among, otherrp. she will call at, te Island of .Eroppango; in order to obtain.tho remains of ,,Messrs., Williatus and Harris ;(Protestapt ",Mip? ! sionaries), from tlheo,natives;,, ; nd the island .of Tupia, .to obtain som.e ertai, .1 intelligenco of what became of,tlio twelye unfortuprate mol belonging to; thlo,,whalpr. Achilles, who vore .capured by:itio natives I while in, the. act of trading.. 1:it ,itheni. Mr, bainnitighans pnd ooe of the natiue toacher,who. arrived in tio Camdicn, andi was in the ,boat at the .time of, lioe unfor tunate. ocurrenceo, will accompany the favorite. ý NEW STEAM COMPANY?.-A meeting was held on ~.odnesday last, ,at ,he - atorloo.Stores, where resolutions ,wpero entered ...

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Country News. AWFUL AND OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT OF RUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 28 January 1840

Country N1ews. AWFUL AND OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT OF BUSHRANGERS. MR. JOHN HUME SHOT-MR. OAKES' HOUSE BURNT- ONE BUSHRANGER sIor !-On the night of Monday last, the 20th instant, Mr. John Hume, late of Appin and the Fish River, hear ing the report of shots, and justly con cotving that the house of his neighbour, John Cooper, of Guning, on the Yass road, was being attacked by bushrangers, he called on his servants. to accompany him, in order to assist and protect his neighbours. Some of his servants ac cordingly did accompany him, and on reaching Mr. Cooper's they found there three armed bushrangers. One of those villains immediately askgy who MAr. lIunto was, the latter made the same inquiry of the villains; the answer ho received was a ball from a gun or pis tol: the robber perceiving.that the poor gentleman was not actually dead, fired a second and third shot, all of whiob passed through different parts of his body. Mr. Hume's men wore either very groat cowards or were badly armed; it is...

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