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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand lilli mitant, B. P. rum, 6^,425 gallons ; brandy, ii,yoi gallon»; gin, 8,'U2 ga"ons; o'llur »pi- nts, 5,402^ gallons; tobacco, 69 5U7 pound». Kectited during the week, B. J', rum, »U gallons ; brandy, ml gallons, gin, nil galluu» ; other »pirti», nil gallons; tobacco, nil pound». Delivered for home consumption, B. V. ruin, Î.771 gallon»; brandy, »ia gull»»» ; flin, 1«* gallons; olhcr »pim», nil gallons; tobucco, 8.S17 pound». Delivered for exportation, "' p" rum' HI fulton»; brandy, nW gallon»; ni", »«gallons; other spirit». ntl gallons, tobacco, 128 pound». , Stock on hand, J6lh ni.t., B. P. ram, £9,532 gath, ,? brandy. 35.000 «allons; gin, 8,T 0 galliui*;,, ¡Mt «piriu, ¡,iO¿i gallons, tobáceo,?¡,042 pound' otUor I Feb. to, IBJ«. M . i -

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Coastwise from the 13th to the 20th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

Coastwise from the 13(7i lo the 20th Instant, .inclusive. INWARDS. RED POLK, 8 ton«, Murray, Broken Buy, lime. ' MAID OF THE MILL, l.'i (on», Muimuii, Newcastle, sundries. MR WILLIAM WALLACE, 14 ton«, Barrett, New- castle, coals. SII AM KOCK, C6 lons, Williams, Newcastle, coals. , SALLY, 17 ton», Smith, Illawarra', cedar. , FANNY, 23 ton». Baker, Illawarra, Cedar.. NORTHUMBERLAND, 10 lou», Coopei, Newcastle, funclles. GENERAL BOURKE, 15 tons, Flavell, Newcastle, coal«, GLATl'ON, l8 ton», Thompson, Newcastle, coal«, i Alll*ONA,2J tons. Callum, Newcastle, »undue», . CAURI NO TON, io inns, Robert»»», Foil Stephen»,

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 13th to the 20th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney Gronoral Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. ..".... IMPORTS. Reports from the VWi to the 20th Ins taint, ..... inclusiva. February li.-CURRENCY LASS (schooner) 00 tons, Buckel) master, from New Zealand, 11. Don nieou, ngent ; 17 ton» flax, II Donnison. -15.-ASIA (ship) 537 tom, Mead masler, from London, Lamb and Co. agents; male prisoners and Government »lore». -10- LORD RODNEY (brig) 103 tons, Blaxland iniistei, from the South Sea'. John Xe.muunth agent; 110 ton» rperin oil, Gcnrce Blaxland. -l8.-MARY MNE(»iilp)2>9 tons, Banks master, from the South Seas, J. B. Kellington ngtnt ; 112 tuns »penn oil, J. II. Denington. -,- to.-CAROLINE (barque) 101) tons, Swindells m.iHcr, from the South Sens, R. Campbell, jun. and Cn, agents ; 150 lons sperm oil, It. Campbell, jun. and Co, ? , ,

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 20th February, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's OITicc, Sydney , 20t!t February, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of ilia appointment ul John Groner, pei .1/inc (2) holding a ticket of leave, to be constable al I'eniilh. By Ills Uxcclliiii-y's Command, ALEXANDER M'LBAV.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

PROJECTED, DEPARTURES. London-LO PUjf, .1u7 tons. George Bunn agent, f d March. ? ,".-,, -??-SURRY, 461 tons, Lambic Co. agents, ed March. . ' -s -JANE, Î7î tons, A. B. Spark agent ; Sötli Febiuary. New Zealand-PORCUPINE, «8« ton», R. Jones & Co. iigenis, 84tli February. v ' ' Hobart Town-llARLEQUIN.TOtons, J. Learmonth SOtli February. Launceston-NEREUS, 125 tous, II. Rapsey, agent; Î3d February.

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Vessels entered outwards from the 13th to the 20th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

Vessels entered outwards from the 13/A fo'iVi* 20th instant, tnclttsivc. Feb. 17-LADY BLACKWOOD, '"3 Ion», Campbell and Co. agent» ; South Sea». -I7.-QUEEN' CHARLOTTE, ISO lons/Càmp'bell and Co. agent» ; Soulh Sen». -^- SO.-ADMIRAL GIFFORD, 43 tons,' Johu.Lcar mimili, agent ; New Zealand.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 20th February, 183[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

Oovernmeut Notice.. Colonial Seuetniy's Ollire, Sydney, «Olli Felirutsrv mt* HIS 'Excellency the Governor has beer, plc-.ti.cd u> dincl the publication of ino general .abjects ol me lollowniti Bill-, " under the consideiatinii of the LeRnlailvi- Couix . Council. Uy 111» Etcrllviius's Cmn.iMiiil, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. I I. " A Bill for repealing so much ol ni Act, lnli tilled. ' an Act lu c intiiiuc, until limber |irovl»um shall be made, druin dune«, toll«, riles, let», and oihi r sumv ol innne», impnsid b> the luivernur» of New «-nulli Wale», and toi oilier purposes,' a» icUle» lo ihe levying loll» in New louth W ile» and for rai« ing u lund tnwairt» makin«, repairing, and upholding public road», bridge«, anil ternes, and lor regulating the collection of toll» tlKieon." Iii» proposid tu make Hu lollowing pinvisio»» f»r raiting a lund louanl» iiiuking, lepiuring, and up- holding public road», bride»», and lei rus, and for regulating the collection of mil» li crcon. Hie Governor, by...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

BIRTHS.—On the 14th instant, at Government Cot- tage, Windsor, Mrs. North, wife of Samuel North, Esq., (Superintendent of Police for the districts of the Hawkesbury), of a son, being their seventh child. At Port Stephens, on the 19th instant, the lady of J. E. Ebsworth, Esq., Accomptant to the Australian Agricultural Company, of a son. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

The Sydney Herald, j MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sçcl am /." WE have hoon favoured with the con- tents of a private letter, from a Gentleman ., in London, well acquainted with the state of parties, and of public feeling in Eng land, m which it is said, that Parliament j would be prorogued immediately,-that , a second prorogation or postponement i would take place till after Christmas, and ' that, in the mean time, efforts would be made to neutralise some offensive parts in the Bill, to render it palatable to dissen- tients. No intention was entertained to abandon the Bill, but it was supposed that alterations would be made in it, to such an extent, as was likely to meet the wishes of those Noblemen, who, having strong objections to the Bill in its present form, were not hostile to the principle «of Reform in the Abstract, in such caaes ns obviously required amendment, Never, perhaps, was any measure of more importance to future generations than the Bill i...

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Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO GULLIEMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. III.) An Act for regulating the Constitution of Juries and for the Trial of Issues in Certain Cases, in the Supreme Court of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

Official Documents published by Govern- ment during tlte past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO GULLIEiMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. III.) By His Excellency Major-General Richard Bourke, Captain-General and Govoruor-in Chief of .the Territory of New South Walo.-! and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the advice of the Legislative Council. An Act for regulating the Constitution of Juries and for the Trial of Issues in Certain Cases, in the Supreme Court of New South Wales. WHEREAS, by an Act of Parua liament, passed in the ninth year of the. reign of Ins late Majesty, King George the Fourth, intituled " Au Act to provide for the Adinl nisirallon of Justice in New South Wales und Van Diemen'» Land, and for the more effectual Govern- ment tlieienfr mid for other purposes relating thereto," it is provided, thal if either of the parties, plaintiff or détendant, in any action at law, brought in the Supreme Court, shall be desirous of having any Issue 01 f...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Roderick JP Lend, of Cadcoll, has been re- turned Member nf Parliament for Sutherland, in the room of Sir Hugh Innes, of Gochalah, deceased. The Marquis of Queensberry has been ap- pointed Chamberlain to the Queen, iii the room of Earl Howe. DEATH-On the 10th Oct. aged 35, at.'New : port, Isle of Wight, Mr. Lee Sugg, the cele . brated ventriloquist. iPOBTSMOL'TH, 15th OCT.-The Elizabeth,con- vict ship, for Hobart Town, put into Portsmouth with foul '-winds on the 14th October, with 230 prisoners,, under the superintendence of Doctor Martin, R.N/ We hear from good authority (says an evening paper) that the Marquis of Anglesey is to suc- ceed Lord Hill at the Horse Guards, and is him-1 sejf to be succeeded by his son-in-law, the Dukei of Richmond. ' ARMY, OCT. 11.-Bretel, Captain Geo. Stew- ard, 57th foot, to be Major in the Army. The Royal Castle of Nottingham was destroyed by Ure on the l|th Oct. by a mob of rioters. A Court Maitial has been held on Mr. R. ¡U. Milr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION« ~1 Sgdnty, 6s. per Quarter.-Single Numbera, Id. J Cotntrg, (pottage includedJ&s.3d. per Quarter. J ' TERMS OP ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, '2s. 6d., and Id. each, for all above ; for erery insertion. Por liverpool Direot. THE very fast sailing, first class brig", BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, will» a good portion or lier leturn cargo m, bonni, and as »he Is under engagement to sat shortly ufier her nrnvnt, intending pa»sen«çrs and »nippen aro requested lo apply immediately to WM. MORGAN, ¡Sydney, lilli October, 1831. Prince-street. j N. B.-The BRENDA is a very superior conveyance liar passenger», both cabin and steerage, being provided {with pntent light air ports; und us Liverpool is tlie Schier outlet (o the manufacturing district*, the superi- ority of that port at H market for wools cannot be ¡questioned, particularly since the formation of the ¡Hail Hoad, which bruie» it wiüiir» four hours tide of ¡Leads and it...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.–Jemima Jenkins, for providing herself with a roaming commission which she fraudulently obtained, was consigned to the nunnery for one month. Charles Thompson, a regular lushington, drew on his treasury for five bob, and was discharged. Henry Smith, a blade belonging to the P. R., was charged with exhibiting his pugnacious disposition on his masters cobberra, for which, seven days stepping was prescribed. Dennis Long and Edward Kelly were charged   with attempting to storm the round house, in which was confined one Lydia Languish, to whom both the gentlemen had some pretension ; the constabulary had some difficulty in lodging these youths in a place of security. Dennis ap- peared astonished at the part he had taken in the fray, and Edward declared he was non com- pos. The Bench considering that a lady was in the case, to which every thing gives place, merely sent them for seven days each to Murray's Cor- rector.   TUESDAY.-David Mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

WITHOUT ItESERVE. FOR SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, On Friday, 2nd of March, at 11 o'Clock, at Mr. Moses Joseph's, adjoining Mr. Joseph Raphael's, Sign of the " Man- chester Arms," Park-street — ONE case of hosiery 40 reams of foolscap paper. 20 Pieces of corduroy, velveteen and fustian.   About«), 0 pieces ot fine shirtings. 100 Pieces of fancy pattei n pi nits. ' About 300 woolpacks. 150 Pair of blankets. 50 Doren of white shirts, full bosom». About 2 ) d07en of white jean stays. A quantity of fustian jackets and trowscrs. A quantity of jean ditto. A quantity of hats, superior quality. A case of Irish linen, Also a quantity of »Sail-makers' palms and cutler}'. » Teims made known'at time of Sale For Private Sale, WOODSTOCK ESTATE; WITLIIN seven miles of Bathurst, consisting of 1920 acres of land, adapted either foi u Shejp Walk or Cattle Run, baring a succession ol'lull und valley ; is well watered at all times, bin inga creek nummo; through the Farm. One paddo...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE A private letter from Goulburn Plains states, that the late rains have revived the hopes of the settlers, although scarcely enough has fallen to enable them to plough the ground with ease. Vegetation is making rapid progress, and the plains are luxuriantly beautiful. Potatoes have taken the second crop, and an average crop is expected. At a meeting of the Turf Club held at Cum mings's Hotel, on Tuesday, the following busi- ness was transacted : Mr. Wentworth was elected President of the Club. Resolved-That the Races be held at Parra- matta. Mr. Bailey, Mr. Icely, and Mr. Rankin, to be Stewards. - > The Races to be held on the llth and 13th of April. Nomination for the Members Purse to be open until the 1st of April. English imported horses to be allowed to run. That a deputation wait upon his Excellency the Governor to solicit his becoming Patron. Sir John Jamison was proposed as a Member. A prisoner who received sentence of death on Monday for an attempt to...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CROWN SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832

LAW INTIXIiIGSNCE SÚFREME COUR f.-CROWN SIDE. MONDAY.-The three Judges took their seals stn banco this morning. I SENTENCE«. ' The Solicitor Genera! prayed the judgment of the Court upon the following prisoners. John M* Donald and Francis Mullins convicted of striking Thomas Smith with a hammer, at Norfolk Island, with intent to kill him. M'Do nald addressed the Court, observing,"that the prisoner alongside of him was quite innocent of the charge laid against him-he would not give sixpence tobe repiieved, but'he did not wish an innocent man to surfer alongside of him, and the innocence of Mullins he would declare on the scaffold. It was remarked, that the pro- secutor, Smith, had no marks of violence upon his person. Yet, no man or ox could have stood before him with the stone hammer he used on the Occasion. His striking Smith was for the pur- pose of getting up to Sydney, that they might have some chance of escaping from the gaol or hulk, but not with intent to murder him. They dre...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832

MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 1. A moderate snpply of the usual description of produce was brought to Market this morning. 2,700 bushels of wheat were disposed of, from 4s. 3d. to 5s. Gd per bushel. In maize and other grains no alteration has taken place. lu vegetables there weie but slight variations, Butchers' meat and cattle stationary. Dairy produce in demand, at good prices. Candles, soap, and the rawnidterial, at our last quotations. Horses dull of sale. Woods without alteration. Wools in demand. The maize in the neighbour- hood of Hawkesbury looks promising.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832

SHERIFF'S SALES. In the Supreme Court. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 27th FEB. 1833. LINCH V. DAW. ON Thursday, the 8th of March, next, at 1 o'clock, in George street, opposite I'olack's London Tavern, Sydney, tile Sheriff will cause to be told all the Itight, Ii tie, Interest and Estate of Delendanr, in and to all thal piece or parcel of land containing nine acres more or less, (partly Idled), with a nice cottage, containing tour rooms lind a kitchen, u garden sveil fenced in and in cultivation; II stable, conch house, and out-houses, with a good blacksmith's lorge, and stock-yard, bounded on one side by the farm of Norris, on nnotlier side and the back by the Church lands,and on the front by the road leading to South Cieek, about one mile besond Mr. Dean's, on that road, the place is well calculated for a public-house ; unless tills execution be previously satisiud. In the Supreme Couit. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 27th FEB. 1832. OSBORNE ». FERBABY. ON Monday, the 5th March, at one o'clock, in Gcorge-...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th February, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832

Government Notice. I Colonial Secretary's Uflice, Sydney, _ 28th February, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct Hie publication of the gene, ral object! of the follosv.ng Ulli, nosv under Hie consideration of the Legislative Council By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALBXANDIÍÍI M'LEAY " A Bill to establish a Saving»' Bank in New South Wules, and to provide for the management theieof and tor the security ol deposits therein." It is proposed, for the encouragement of frugality, and lu order that persons possessing »mall sums of money beyond what they lequire for then immediate wants, may be afforded an opportunity of depositing the »nine on ?ood security, to establish un Institution to be called 4 " .Savings' Bank," of which the Oo vernoi, or Acting Governor for the time-being, shall be the President. The management of the Institution to be vetted in nine Trustees, one of whom to be styled V/ec Piesi dent, who are to flume rulei and regulations for the...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832

i Government Notice. Colonial Secretary'» Office, Sydney, 3ud March, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the general objects of the following Bill, now about to be submitted to the consideration of the Legislative Council. Hy His Excellency'» Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. " A Bill for regulating the rates of Tolls or "Dues lo be levied at the Markets of Sydney " and Parramatta." It is proposed by this Bill to modify the pre- sent scale of market dues, and to give the lessees authority to proceed for the recovery thereof, in a summary manner, before one or more Jnstices of the Peace.

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