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EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 6th to the 13th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
EXPORTS. Veuels Cleared from the Gili to the 13&lt;A Tnst., inclusive. SPECULATOR (schooner), 40 tons, Parker master, for Ne* Zealand, 4 kegs gunpowder, 12 irou pots, 3 cases pipe«, 1 bale pi mis, S cwt. «alt. 1 puncheon rum, 1 barrel cm,6 keg« tobacco, and stores. ?WILLIAM SrOVELD bug), 1ST lons, Davidson mat- ter, for the South Seas, fishery stores. CAROLINE (schooner). 68 lout, William» master, for Mew Zealand, 40 tun c.oU», 2 dozen harpoon», I do- zen lances, 6 whale linet, SO bushels lime, 2,000 bricks.
J. T. SIMES & CO.'s Sale, 9th Sept. 1831. Ex Medway. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
J. T. SIMES & CO.'a Sale, 9th Sept. 1831. | Ex Medway. Allí, asnales, Ii 0}. a Is. 7d. ; PW, 81, Is. 2d. a U. 8(1.; W, 19, 1«. n Is. 3jd. Ex Lang, 1», IO, Is. 4jd. als. 7d.; BU, I,Is 7d; l.B, 3, l!. 4d. a Is 5d.; Gil L, 19, Mid. a Is. 31d. EK Nancy, WLP, 20, Is. -Id. a Is. ml'I.; çjBS.B, Is. 4Jil. a Is. Sjil. ; n B, e, Is C1: H«S, f>,1s. fid. a Is ?iii.; aH0.4, Is 71 » ¡ nBW, 1, Is. 7 id. a Is 8.1. ; VVC..1. Is. lOd.at Is. lojd.; W11, B. Is. 5(1. at Is. Gjd.; l,20,ls.4d. a l8. Ud. Lx Snve. iciyn. LM A..10', Is. 44d. a 2s. 3Jd,; lM'cA, 32, Is., old. a 2s. 2d.; UM, 1,1s 2d. a Is. 4(1. ; TN, 10, Is. 4rl. a Is. 61(1.; III', eil. lld. als. 5(1. ; 110,1.3, Is. 5d. a Is. 7d. ; PP,5, Is. 3». a Is. (lil.; CIO, I, l»5$d: JM, II, Is. 11. a I-, 7d.; rw.fi, [s. Ojd. a is. 2d.; VU. 1, Is IOd; X, I,I»0;d; XE, 0, Is. 7d n !?&lt;. Od.; X. Il, lj.Sd. a Is. 3d. lix Cleopatra, SVf. 151, lljd. it Is Od.; VI., y, Is. a ts. 3d ; JT, 13. Is. a 1». ejd.; J Bl', 7,1«. Id. a ls.2jd.; Jil r,...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 6th to the 13 th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -* Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. " IMPORTS. Reports from the Otk to the 13 íA Instamt, inclusive. Februnry 7.-ADMIRAL GIFFORD (schooner), 45 lons, Moncur master, from New Zealand, J. Lear- month agent, 13 tons flax, J. Wyer. -10.-NORFOLK (ship). 537 ton«, Henniker master, from Cork, Lamb & Co. agents; male pri- soners and government stores. - 13.-HARMONY (ship), 37» tons, Taylor master, from the South Sens, 100 tuns sperm oil, J. F. Church St Co.
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY, 1832. 1. Council met pursuant to adjournment - His Excellency,the Governor laid upon the table, " An Abstract of the Revenue of the Colony of New South Wales, and ot its appropriation for the year 1831."-Ordered to be printed. 2. Foreign Attachment Bill; read a second time; committed and amended. Motion made and question put, that this Bul, as amended, be fairly transcribed and carrie.d to the Governor by the Colonial Secretary and Controller of Cus- toms, for His Excellency's 'consideration. Passed without a division. 3. His Honor 1 tie Chief Justice', as Chairman, brought up the report or' the Sub-Committee on the Merchant Si-aman's Bill. Report received, and Bill ordered to lie printed with proposed amendments, and re id a second time on Tuesday the 22d institut. Adjourned at half-past two o'clock, to Wed- nesday next, at twelve o'clock. ORDERS OF THE DAY. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15. Estimates for the year 1832 ; fu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Cammí&faríftt ©cprurtmertt. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNBV, FEBRUARV 17, 1833. PERSONS desirous of supplying the Public Service with such number of COPPINS ns may be required in Sydney until 3lit De- cember, 18.12, are requested lo transmit their lenders, in «ruing, lo this Ouice, by l8 o'qlock, on Thursday. 23d instant, sealed and endorsed " Tender of Cullins." Etch tender must be accompanied hy a. letter from some person of known responsibility, who ia willing to enter into a Band for the due fuUiltnwt of the contract. Further information may be obtained, on enquiry, at the Office of the Civil and Convict Branch of this De. parlment. , JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep, Com. Qtn. I COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SVDNEY, 15th FEBRUARY, 1832. (.Military Strvia.) CONVEYANCE QF TROOPS. TENDERS, sealed anti endorsed, will ha leceived al Hu» Office, on or betöre Un o'clock on fcuday, the C4th Instant, for the Convey ance of Troop» from Sydney and He bart Town to Madra», from Sydney lo Hobart Town, and fiou...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 13, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Government Notice. . Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 13, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police of the Colony, viz : To be Constables under the Government Order No. 12, of 23rd May, 1831. MAITLAND.-David Lyons, per Manliui, holding a Ticket of Leave, m the room of Hanley, dismissed for neglect of duty-to bear.date the 17lh ultimo. 'PENRITH.-- Ralph Hodgson, per Malabar, holding a Ticket of Leave, and Henry Workman, per John -- to bear date the 27th ultimo. &nbsp; By (Its Excellency's Command, I ALEXANDER M'LEAT. i_._
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
"Weekly Meteorological Table. The WrATHER. and Vin unions of the TIIERMOMB 'I ER, during the past Wiek, in Sydney, at 0 In the morning, »t noon, mid at C) o'clock in the evening. Mon 0 I- I! riñe 70 SE lins. 0 a. m Hain, Kb P. Wul. ti a. in K nilly by li Ilainj EiB 8 p. m fine I"noon Rainy 70 !»L Rainy 16 p. m. ('7 riini-, (» f>. m| ii.inj 11 noon Rainy 70 lil. 0 p ni Itiiluy 08 i 16L Prill ij C a. m Sultr> 70 NW o p « line 71 12 71UO« Sultry 6 p m Stillr, 87 bL ËSL Sultry 7(> Sullrj yo WMV SUII. 6 a in. Misty Ä8 SI 12 noon Cloudy 7 > NE ft i m ,0 p. in. Tint line 07 50 L I iC Mean Temperature, 72.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. ~~ j SUN I High Tide February. Calendar. " | rise» \ leti | morn | even gU I " 1 mh',. oëiorê iSinl 1 5 3° I ° 3° I '""^T77^ 21 JT| Dilke Suffolk hhd. liM j 5 31 1 0 tO | II If) ) II 35 B2 I W I'BankAiistruliaes.iaafi \i 32 "| ii 2B | II art | O O 21 I T | Sir I. Heyiii.hl d. 17!» | 3 Vi I ti '¿7 | 0 'ill j -i 4H g't | K | St. Miilthins.13 31 |B 86] I IS I 2 25 S5J S | Mr C. Wren c1. 1783.. | .'» :>.!> I fi gfi I 2 30 I 3 fi 20 | S I Sexagésima Sunday . | 5 30 | U '?!?* | J 31 | 4 ù Last quarter,03d day, 27 min. past 10 at night.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 15, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
? Government Notioö, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February IS, 1832. HIS; Excellency the Governor has di- rected It to be notified, that the Right Ho- nourable Ulm Secretary of Stale for the Colo- nies has signified His Majesty's gracions approbation and allowance of Hie AHSOLUTE PARDONS, dated 1st December, I8J0, granted to the undermentioned In- dividuals ; vix. OORMilf MICUAEE, Shipley 3. HORS SAMUEL, Lord Eldon. PEARCE JOa.V, Admiral Gambler. By Command of lus Excellenay ihe Oovernor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
EXTRACTS. UNIQUE HEBREW MANUSCRIPT.-The literati have lately been highly interested with an an* oient manuscript of tho Pentateuch, in Iwo vo- lumes, two feet wide, and sixty-nine feet long, recently procured from the Continent under the most interesting citctinistance.s. It is well known to what degree the Jews venerate their sacred hooks, and with what care they preserve them : it will, therefore, be easily believed, that nothing but the most afflicting und imperious circum- stances could induce a family loving their law to part with a treasure so precious, and which had been in one family for upwards of five hundred years. During the calamities which followed t|ie train of Bonaparte's wars, a Jewish family of opulence was reduced to utter ruin, and com- pelled to emigrate. They went to Holland in their exile, and were there so reduced as to l;c nbliged to pledge, as their last remaining re- source, this manuscript of their law, under a limitation of a considerable time for its re...
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
* To the Editors of t/ic Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN.-Whoever lias walket! along the road from the Orphan School into the Domain, must have seen the last, and the very last remnaot of Macquaric's pithy, and sententious notices to " passers by." It presented itself in the shape of a black board, little more than legible countersigned by Lieutenant Watts, of the 48th regiment, and dated 1817, a short time after the Domain was formed, and forbade all individuals from entering the domain but by the gate, the contravention of which excited the most tyrannical act, the flogging of free men, which M'Quarie ever perpetrated. We are sorry to say that the venerable old board is re- moved, and the post remains without its cus tomary covering. If any mischievous wight has done the deed, he deserve^ to bo " punished by the cubit," (the treadmill) ; and if any man in authority has. removed it as obnoxious to taste, we should recommend to him to restore it lo its primitive situation, under penalty of...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN, As snake» of various kinds abound in lins country, tile following account of the virtue« of the guacu plaut, and tim propriety ol its cultivation in New bunill Wales appears deserving attention ol all who are interested ni the welfare ot tis pupulalion. The cultivation of it by Government, or by liberal indi- viduals, appears important. Indeed lhere is every reason to believe t li lit the plant is not ot rare occur- rence in Hie country, as Hie bird, vulgaily culled the j langi ing jickast, is will known to attack, destroy, I and devour the most poisonous snakes, as well as the serpent hawks of oilier countries do, so it is to be supposed lhat like them, he bus the plant just men- ¡ liuned, 01 some other possessing siuulai virtue», near al hand, lu preserve »gaunt mid cure lum when billen. To incertain this, by turning the attention ot oui nu merolia, intelligent, nil widely scalteied settlers, thiough your pop...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
AT a MEETING of the FRIENDS of Mr. HAU,, the Proprietor and Editor of the Sydney Monitor Journal, held ut CUM- MINGS' Hotel in Sydney, on Wednesday the 8th of February, 1832, W. C. WENTWORTH, Esq. in the Chair; the following resolutions (being duly moved and seconded), weic passed unanimously. I.-'lliul this Meeting hetnpr impressed willi feeling«, (if legre!, lli.u Jlr. HALL, by IIK sternly and m>. deviating course to pi umolu the happiness and pio«penty of lins Cnlony-the refonti of HUUM S mid the ledress of wrong», shnuld huvu inclined RICH pccuiiliny los»-du, willi the view of makiiiR some compensation tor the expen-es lucuricd, mid pnvaiioni sustained by him, in such, Iii* piaise MOIthy and laudable endeavours ugice, to rinse by Public Suli«cnpllnn, a Purse, to bo picsunlcd lo lum as a testimony of theil public esteem and In - divi luul respect. II.-Dint lu order to give au opportunity for the more geucial expression of the publia tecliiis on Hie present occasion, it be reco...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. The unfavourable state of the weather caused the Market to be very thinly supplied this morn- ing, but what was exhibited was of good quality, and in demand 2,800 bushels of wheat were disposed of from 3s. Od. to 5s. Cd. per bushel. Maize was a shade lower. Other Grain with- out alteration. Potatoes have varied slightly from our last quotations; other Vegetables main- tain their prices. Colonial Tobacco is in de- mand at a remunerating price. Tallow, Soap, and Candles still maintain their prices. No al- teration in Meat or Cattle. Fruit of a fine de- scription obtains good prices. Horses dull of sale. Wool in demand.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending lBtk February. £ : d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 5 3 p. bns.of OOlbl. Do. second quality, da. 0 4 3 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 3 4 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 4 ditto of nolbs. Maize, best ditto.0 5 0 rio. ineusiiremt. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 S per lb. Ditto, second qunlity.0 1 7 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 0 0 perlón Butter, best salt.4 17 8 per cwt. Cheese, good. 2 11 4 ditto Poik, salt. 1 14 10 ditto. Bacon,. 2 110 ditto Ham,. 3 0 8 ditto , W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commotion A¡ent Oeor¡e-itrett.
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. We are indebted to the firm of Messrs. LAMB, BUCHANAN & Co. for the loan of the Hampshire Telegraph of the 17th October, from which, and our files of the Morning Herald, (reaching only to the 15th of October inclusive,) we make the following extracts : PRESENTATION OF THE CITY ADDRESS TO THE KING. The intimation that his Majesty would this day . receive Hie Address of the Corporation was not re- ceived at Hie Guildhall till loo late an hour last night, (Oct. 12; So allow 01 notices being sent, to the members belnre len o'clock this morning, but such was their anxiety lo-mauifett their feeling.lhat several of the. most influential of that body were, nt au early hour, assembled In the rending'room, and by half past 12 o'clock upwardsnf 130ga&lt;hcred together in their robes, and proceeded with the Lord Mayor nnd City officers to St. James's. Aldermen Woou, Wattlimau, Thorp, and Killy, were, as usual, at their post. Tile short- ness of the notice mu...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th February, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Lilli February, 183«. HIS Excellency the Governor " has been pleased to approve of the following al- terations iu the Police of the Colony, viz. LIVERPOOL.-To be Constables-John Plunkett, free, I lu the room of James Donvagho, resigned, from Hie 1st instunl ; Edward Plunkett, free, and Samuel . Burr, holding a Tiok.-'t of Leave, in the room of John Bradley, dismissed, and Benjamin Young, re- signed-to bear date from the 7th of this month. PATERSONS PLAINS.-R..JI. Clarke, free, to be constable from Hie 23th ultimo, in the room of Healy, dismissed.. By His Excellency's Command,, , .., , V .. » ALEXANDEÙ. M'LEAY
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Y Sydney, 5s. per Quarter,-Single Numbers, 7d. v Country, (postage included )Gs. 3d. per Quarter. J ^ TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. . For Eight Lines and under, 2s. tid., and \d. L each, for all above ; for every insertion. FOR LONDON DIRECT TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON OR BEFORE THE 20th PROXIMO. THE well-known Fast Sailing Ship, SUlWr.m tons register, CHARLES KEMI', Commander. This Ship having taken on board the greater part of her cargo, lias only room for louse Hides and Wool. Her accommodations are excellent, and she will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Pas»«Re, apply to Lamb, Buchanan, & Co. Casllereagh-street, ) Jan U. 1832. (_ For Liverpool Direct. THE very fast sailing, first class ïrig, BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, with a good portion of her rctorn eijTgo on board ; and as she Is under engagement to tail shortly «fter her arrival, intending passengers and snipper» are requested to apply immediately to WM. MORGAN, Sydn...
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO GULLIEMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. IV.) An Act to provide, for the payment of the Salaries of the Governor of New South Wales, and the Judges of the Supreme Court thereof, out of the Revenues of the Customs of the said Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from t/ie Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO GULLIEMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. IV.) By His Excellency Major-General Richard Bourke, Captain-General and Governor-in Cliicf of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, witt) the advice of the Legislative Council An Act to provide, for the payment of the Salaries of ilie Governor of New South Wales, and the Judges of the Supreme Court t/iereof, out of tfie Revenues of the Customs of the said Colony. HEREAS it is expedient to make some certain Provision for the Pay- ment of the salaries of the Governor, or Acting Go- vernor fur tile lime being, of this Colony, and of the w Chief Instite and Judges of Hie Supiemu Court : Be it therefore enacted, by the Governor, by lind with the advice of the Legislative Council, that I ram and after the pasting ol Una Act, the salaries herein after men Honed, respectively pa} able to the Governo...
Select Poetry. WHERE IS GOD? [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Seim tJtfttvy. WHERE IS GOD? (»r UK. snouT.KL.) Where is He ?-Ask his emblem, The glorious, glorious sun, Who glads the round world with his beams, Ere hU day's long- course is run. Where is He ?-Ask the stars that keep Their nightly watch on high. Where is He *-Ask the pearly dew, The tear-drops of the sky. Where is He ? Ask the secret founts That feed the boundless deep ; The dire simoon, or the soft night breeze That lulls tlie earth to sleep. Where is He 1-Ask the storm of lire That bursts from Etna's womb, And ask the glowing lava-flood That makes the lund a tomb. Wherq is He 1-Ask the Maelstroom's whirl, Shivering tall pines like glass ; Ask the giant oak, the graceful flow'r, Or the simplest blade of grass. Where is He?-'Ask Behemoth, Who drinketh rivers dry ; The ocean king, Leviathan, Or the scarce-seen atom ñy^ Where is He ?-Ask the awful calm. On mountain-tops that rests ? And the bounding, thund'ring avalanche, Rent from their rugged crests. Ask the wide-wasting hurrican...