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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 1st March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
Government Notice. | Colonul Secretary's Office, Sydney, I __. 1st March, 1832. I HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the general objects of the following Bills, now under the consideration of the Legislative Council. Dr tils Excellency'» Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAT. 1. " A Bill to abolish certain oaths and affir- mations taken and made in the Customs Depart- ment of Hil Majesty's Revenue of New South Wales,-iilid to-«»ub»ütüte. declarations in lieu thereof." In consequence of the numerous oaths which have been required by the laws relating to the Customs, the reverence and respect which should attach to «itch solemn obligations have been weakened, and their binding force not duly re- garded ; it is therefore proposed to assimilate the laws of this Colony to those recently passed in that respect in England, by providing that, in all cases in which an oath or affirmation is re- quired by any law or ordinance relating to the Customs, a declaration s...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. We havo been favoured with the loan of Irish Papers to the 5th of November, which arrived yesterday, by the Pyramus, and submit to our readers the following Important English News ! ! Dreadful riots had occurred at Bristol, on the 30th October, when the rioters burnt the New Prison, the Gloucester County Gaol, Bridewoll, Bishopîs Palace, Toll Houses, Mansion and Custom Houses, Excise Office, and upwards of fortyliouses in Queen-Square, Princes and King Streets. The riot act was read, and the soldiers fired, but were forced to give way to the mob. Many lives were lost. The whole city rose in a mass, and the 14th Dragoons were de- feated ; the 3rd Dragoons were cheering with the mob. The prisoners were liber- ated from the different gaols, and tho city presented á scene of dreadful con-; fusion. There had also heen a revo- lutionary movement at Bath, which was fortunately quelled without much da- mage. Several other counties were in a very disturbed state. The Bri...
Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
Van Diemen's Land News. We have received by the Jolly Rambler, the Launceston Advertiser, lo the 15th February, but have only room to insert the following news:-¡ , The Jolly Rambler, Peter, master, arrived at Launcestqn from Freemantle, Western Australis, with passengeis, wine, and boards. Among the passengers by the Science were 54 Chelsea pensioners, with their wives and families, A having remained at the Cape, and one died on the. passage. Prices of Grain.-Hobart Town, wheat, 5*. 6d. ; maize, 4s. Launceston, wheat, As. to As. Gd.
No. IV. WARRANT OF DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
No. IV. WARRANT OF DISTRESS. County of Î To A.B. lo wit. J Whereas C. D. has been duly convicted before u«, Faquires, two of His Majesty's Justice» of the Peace, of the of- fence of having [here stale the offence as in the in- formation r] and wherein the said C li. has forfeited for his said offence the sum of one bundi ed pounds, winch said »um ol one hundred pounds has not been paid , these are therefore lo command you. Hie paid A. B , to levy the said »um of one hundred pounds by distress and sale of the goods mid c haue I s of the saul C, I).; and we, the said Jusfces, tin hereby nider and direct the goods and chattels to to be distrained, tn be sold and disposed of within da) s after such dislrainl, unless the said sum of one bundled pounds, for winch inch distress »hull bo made, together wtth the reasonable charges of taking lind keeping such distress, shall besonner p-\id¡ and you, the ».nd A. B are hereby commanded to certify tn us, til s said Justices, on tile day of next ...
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THF. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESD.VY, FEBRUARY 28. Council met pursuant to adjournment-His Excellency (he Governor in the chair. 1. Toll Bill ; committed and amended, and ordered to be printed, willi proposed amend- ments, and re-committed on Friday next. 2. Insolvent Bill ; read a second time ; com- mitted and amended, and further consideration postponed until to-morrow. 3. Savings' Bank Bill ; second reading post- poned until to-morrow. 4. His Excellency the Governor laid upon the table, " A Bill to continue for two years an Act of the Governor, with the advice of the Legis- lative Council, passed in the Eleventh Year of the Reign of his late Majesty, intituled " An Act for regulating the Slaughtering of Cattle, and for preventing the improper driving of the same through the streets of Sydney, and for other purposes." Bill read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Friday next. G. His Excellency the Governor laid on the table, "A Bill to abol...
No. III. Form of Warrant of Commitment to Gaol for a Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
No. III. I Form of Warrant of Commitment to Gaol for a Penalty. County of ) To A. B. Officer of to wit. J Customs, and to E. P. the Oaolor or Keeper of the in the Whereas C* D. ha» been duly convicted before us Esquires, two of Hi» Wajestj'i Justice» of the Peace, of having [slate Hie offence as in the information.] and wherein we, the said Justices, did adjudge that the laid C. D, had forfeited for his »aid offence, the sum of one hundred pounds; and whereas it ap- pears to us, the «aid Justices, that the »aid C. O. has not sufficient goods or chattels whereon to levy the said sum of one hundred pounds, and which sum of one hundred pounds, has not been paid ; these are therefore to require yon, the said A B., forthwith to take, carry, and convey the said C. I), to the at in llie and to dells cr linn into the custody of Hie Gaoler, or Keeper of Ilia »nltl and we, the »aid Justices, do hereby authorise and require you, the sahl E. F., the Oaoicr or Keeper of the said to receive and t...
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.—CROWN SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-CROWN SIDE. MONDAY.-Before the Chief Justice and the usual commission. Roderick Ross was indicted for discharging a . loaded pistol- at Richard Ralley, with intent to kill and murder him, at Sydney, on the 5th of February. The second count laid it with intent to do. some grievous bodily harm. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentence of death was re- corded against him. Richard Curtain was indicted for a rape on the person of Catherine Maxwell at Parramatta, on the 20th December. The prisoner was ac- quitted. Daniel Hannan was indicted for a robbery in dwelling-house of Moses Joseph, above the' value ol' £5, at Sydney, on the lOth February. Not Guilly. The pi isoner was again indicted for stealing six handkerchiefs, four yards of silk, one'waist- coat, and one pair of trowsers, the property of Moses Joseph at Sydney, on the lOlh February. Not Guilty. Discharged. Timothy Curtain was again indicted for an as- sault upon the person of Catherine Maxwell...
No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
No. 11. Form of Conviction to be uted for an OfTence against tills Act, where a pecuniary penally it indicted. County Of ) Be ii lumcinbered, to wit. J that on the day of ia the year of our Lord au information wat exhibited hy A. B,, Officer of Cut toms, before lit Esquire». two of Ills MnjoUv's Justices of the Peace, against C, D , which said lufoi in&ttoii charged thal ihe said C. T>. on tim day ot In the year of our J.oid [here tt&te tb« offence as in the information.] contrary to the form of the Act, which offence has been duly proved before us, the said Junie»». Vu do I therefore adjudge. Hint the said 0, D. hath forfcited fur his said offence, the sum of one hundred pouuds. I Oiven under our hands and seal!, the
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. | ARRIVALS. From Liverpool, on Monday last, whence she sailed the 28th September, the brig Lord Byron, Captain Frazer. Luding, sundries. Passengers, Mr. R. -M'Leod, Mr. W.Clark, Mr. John M'Fat lane, John Collins, Ann Collins, and 5 children. From New Zealand, on Wednesday last, the barque Lucy Ann. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia June. On Friday, the Integrity, from Newcastle. Arrived yesterday, the cutter Jolly Rambler, Captain Peters,from London, 5th July, called at the Cape ot'Good Hope, Swan River, and Hobart Town. Same day the Ship Pyramus, from Cork, whence she sailed the Ulli November, with fentdlc prisoners, under the superintendence of Dr 'Rutherford. DEPARTURES. For Port Stephens, on Sunday last, the cutter Lambton. For New Zealand, the same day, the schooner Currency LUSH. For Newcastle, on Monday evening, the steamers Sophia Jane and William the Fourth. For London direct, on Wednesday, the ship Surry, with ti cargo of colonial prod...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table, ] The WFArnF.ll, und V.iiintiom of the rilCRMOME TER. ilunng the pan Week, in Sjilniy. Hi b III Hie 1" rinng, Hi noon, ami »I 6 u'Cltir-k ill Ide tvenmc. Cloudy Sultry ".» 70 t>E 6* Wed ti a. ni Sultry 72 SiW 18 iioonatn in I me. I me I. I NE n a. in 1 n, ni Millry Cloudy 77 M. I SNE IS noon Windy 77 lim end u 12 non Dull 78 WSW 12 tioai bulli} HO NE sultrj 77 N W G a ni Itniny Hind} IS noon 71 SbW 6 p. ni fl p. m 6 p ni fi p. m flamy Sultrj Wind} lt.«i"} hi 72 BO T, 74 K by N| LNB | N Nw Mean femperature, 77. 0 p m Cloud} 76 ,ii r. m Muty 6 p. Cloudy
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
DIARY. memoranda for the present Week. \ I SUN 1 High Tide hfirtti._Calendar. \ rlsm | ictt \ mam | evtri "a j li | *n«l Ort/ cslilll. IK ti | '? 4 I | li 17 | II) l> | IO :&lt;> a I 1 I Hill in i- I neill,! s.I ft -I I | li lo | lu II I I» I« 7 I W | A-h tVtiliH.slBt.|a 41 ff) \'> | II li | II 27 « | I' | William III, ii. 1708. |f, 4(l|&lt;» 1*1 II -«fl I " " 9 | F I K1//10 ns.iiss. 15 Ki . I 1 17 I 6 11 | 0 lu I » V, lojsji. Hi\l_.. I7l'l . | &lt;, 411 | o l« | I PI I rr II IS I I si auiuíis, in I em. .. | ó 4¡¡ | ti II | 2 0 | !!« I ir«t Q inner, 101 li dny, IM minnie« pint 5 moriiinu.
SCHEDULETO WHICH THIS ACT REFERS. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
SCHEDULETO WHICH THIS ACT REFERS. Form ot information before Justices of the Pence, where a pecuniary penalty is inflicted. County of Î Be it remembered, lo w11. j thal on the day ol' iu theyeai of our Lord A. B. Officer of Cutlom», who is directed by the Collector und Controller of HU Majesty's Customs, to pieter this Information, give» us Esquites, Iwo nf His Majesty'» Justices of the Peace, to under, »und ami be informed, that C. li., on Hie day ol lu the jear of our Lord [hern state the offence.] contrary to the form of the Act in thal case made and provided, whereby the said C, D. hath foifeited Hie mm of one hundred pound».
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
I PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-3 O lill V, 4flt tons, Lamb Se Co. «gonli, this day. -LOTOS,3gT lons, Geo. Bunn suent, 2/1 April. -----JANE, 873 too». A B. Spark ngent, Qit April. New Zealand-I'ORCUPINK, «B'J tons, »I, Jones 4: Co. «Rent«, Indefinite. Launceston-NEREUS, tea toni, P. H. H»pi»y, this day.
Vessels entered outwards from the 20th to the 27th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 20th lu the %¿7th instant, inclusive. rebinar) SI -PLATINA,103 tons, Dawes, Gin c, & Cu. HI,mu, Liverpool. J:-ii -llAllLlQVJtN,7l lons, John Lcaimouili nielli, llobsrt I own -23-CURRFKCY LASS, g1 tons, li. Dollin sou agent, ïscw Zealand
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
Public Notice Colonial s crrUrv't Ollee. Sydney, 2'Jlh Febru.uy, IB32 WHEREAS it has been represented, lo Hie Out eminent thal a Kiibherv «.«* commuted in September, law, up»u a man tun'elling willi n pack bullm'k, between Wallis Pl.ims and Segenhoe, by ilirce pirson«, now in c&lt;i«t"rf> : And »Itèrent lhere is timms mi-mi to «up&lt;-ct thai tho said fobbeiy was commuted by the perin-tMtnis of the murder of the late liiini M'I nitre, I'.'q., and it would greatly as«ist ni bringing In light the lust men tinned ni) tierlous affair, u> n«ceri*in irum the person so robbed the identity of the parties who committed ilie robbery ; And all prisons are therefore Invited tu give such information us muy be lu ihc'r power, u-specling the «aid robbery, to the Magistrale neatest t« the ulncc'whetc tiley i curie, in order lltat the sume may be forwarded lo Ills .M*Je«t>'s Attorney Ornerai, or the Principal Saperintriiiieiil of Police at Sydney ; and all Magistrale« are re...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 101 h inst., B. P. rum, ¿3,532 Râlions ; btamly, 25,001 Kallon»; gin, fl,7 H gallons; other spirits, .'1,462} «fillnus; tobacco, C7,04! pound». Received during the week, brandy, 1.045 gallons. Delivered Tor hnine consumption, li. V. rum, 2,1.10 Billum ; bran&lt;ly,° 129 gallons; yin, 317 gallons', tobacco, 1,890 pounds. Ucjivcrert for exportation, B. P. mm, 172 gallons; other spirit«, lofil (¡allons; tobacco, 141 pounds. Stack on bond 25lh instant, I). P. rum, 57,201 gallons ; blandy, ÍÍ.017 salions ; gin. 8,421 gallons; other spl rits, 5.350 üallnna i tobacco, G5,lII pounds. /ii. «7, IIJ3Î.
RETURN of the Acerage Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 3d March. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending Sd March. Wheat, ben 79. S. Wale» Do. second quality, do. 0 Do. third do. do.0 Barley, best ditto.0 Maize, best ditto.0 Colonial Tobacco, belt.0 £ : d. p. bus.Of 601b«. 4 ditto ditto 6 ditto ditto 6 ditto of flolbt. 9 do. mealuremt. per lb. Ditto, »econd quality.0 1 9 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Walet. 4 0 0 per ton Butter, uett sall. .1 14 8 per owU Cheese, good. 2 8 2 ditto Pork, »all. 1 17 4 ditto. Bacon,.2 6 8 ditto Ham,. 2 IM o di Ho W. C. PÜDDBFOOT, Cummlttion Agent Oeorte-ilrtct.
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 20th to the 27th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 20th to the 27tU Ins!., inclusive. ADMIRAL GIFroHD, 43 tons, Mnnctir mancr, for New Zealand, I ion »alt, C&lt; bims flour. 3 ling« hnciiil, I c.isk pork. 2 can« uti, 1 es«r pipes, 1 kt\; powder, I hale blrtiikft«, 1 keg lob.icco, I puncheon rum. CUKHUNCY LASS,yo ton«, Unckcll master, Nuw Zea- land, 1 packnKD hardware, 1 ease muskets, * kegs gunpowder, I keg tobacco, mid «lores, HARLEQUIN, 71 tem«, Hayes Hinder, for llnbjiit Town, 50 tun» coal«, 20 bal iel« ni«in, 0 cases hats, « cheese prestes, «III bu«liet« Inrlev, - casks butter, 101 ehecsc. 4 cask» beef, 1 hogshead rum, and Unies, SUIltlY, 4151 lons, Kemp mailer, fur London, (JIB casks sperm nil, 561 bale» wool, np bale« flax, OB plank» bluegum. 115 pi.inks oedur, U Ni(?« pmo, 1 JO hides, 700 horns, 4 cases curiosities, 2 cases Ironmongery, 4 stoves, 36 pair handcuff», SOO pair leg ¡runs, I gro cciy chest, 4 Hu canisters, and stores.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR. THE SYDNEY HERALD. ncluditiglast Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng-Mild.9/. a 10/. 0J do. doz. 14*ul5> Colonial-lliid. 00 a 80 do, doz. Gan Beer, Eng, -Hhd.y/. nl0«\ " do. gill. IJsalij Colonial-Ilhd. 4S a ii do. gal. 2 a o Biscuit,....percwt. 17 a so Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a »0 Bl'«e.lb. 2 n 00 Biuiid,Slb.loaf,3rl a 0»3|d Butter, fresh,,..ia 6 u 1 lo salt.0 Ila 1 0 Candles,Mlda.lb.l o a 0 on Dips....o 0 a 0 OP Cattle-Bullocksea. 3/ a 5/ Working do. 4/ a 7/ Cows,.. . " 30 a 40 do.in Milk " 40 a 60 Calves,....,, 6 a n Sheep." n a 10 P¡6»>." 7 »10 do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb.2s 3d a Osnd Col. "07 a 0 9 Cloth,Pat ramaltii per ynrd.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 0 lo al 0 Flax, NewZea. ton, 1Û7 a 18/ Flour, toolba, line 2nd» Barker,.... lisOd-I3»0d Longford, ..It 6 -12 0 Dixon,.15 0 -12 0 Girard, ....14 0 -12 0 Vicker», ....15 0-13 0 1 Hall,.15 0 -1.1 0 Gordon, ....15 0-13 0 Fruit, Oran...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 20th to the 27th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -«. Sydney Greaer.il Trade List. Compiled and Published unJer the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2n&lt;ft to the 27&lt;a Instant, inclusive. ' February 21- ELIZABETH (bsiqiiil, Cfi8 t ins, Finni» n-asler, trom Hie Sonih Set», Asplin!, liomin-, te Co. aïeuls; 108 tims »penn oil, li. Campbell, jim. mid others. -SS.-MARY EUZ AREril (bng\ 8C inns, Kcltv Minster, from Hobart Town, Dane«, Onie, te Co. »grills; lc.uk potash, 0 boxes ii'«p. I cask Ali»« waie,3 cask» carilirnw.ni', C8 keg» pttnt, loases millinery, S case« hiiberdasltei y, I r.tsc braces, a cue» lints, I ense tin curl, I case cottons, 1 cane lnpe,4 cn*e» lia nil kerchiefs, 1 cur «atleens, ft casi» cnltcne» 1 bale dowlas, 1 ouse stationery, Dawes, Clore, te Co. ; 10 P'pes brinrly, Aspinall, Broun, te Co ; 1 lilul. »mr, 1 K Manning, jim. ; öbalej colton», 3 bales shirt», 2 bales shitting, 1 bair calle o, 2 bales slops, Hlclianl Jones, te Co. ; 8 ensks 1 case lioiiniongeij , ...