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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT TUESDAY, MARCH 11TH, 1851. NISI PRIUS SITTINGS. Before the Chief Justice and a jury of four [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. "? ' TUESDAY, MARCH 11TH, 1851. ' NISI PRIUS SITTINGS. .ücforc the Chief Justice and a jury of four PERRY V. TOMPSON. This was an action brought by Mr. William Terry, as official assignee of the estate of Charles Tompson, an insolvent, to recover a sum of £2800, being the amount of certain promissory notes given by the defendant to, or iii favour of, the insolvent. The defendant put several pleas upon the record, but the only material issue raised by them was,1 that prior to the cause of action accruing tho defendant had sequestrated his estate, and had obtained his certificate under the sequestration. The Solicitor-General, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Broadhurst appeared for the plaintiff : and Mr. Darvall. Mr. Meymott, and Mr. Smyth for tho defendant. Tho defendant in this case now holds tho office of Clerk to the Hench of Magistrates at Wagga Wagga, but prior to his insolvency in 1845, he had boen a squatter on the Murrumbidgee. Tho defendant is sou of th...
Police Office. Tuesday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
-~.-« ., . ; Police Offioe.**?* - ' Tuesday, March'll. Before His Worship the Mayor and the Police Magistrate. THE WAVERLY ROBBERY.-Thomas John Stone appeared again to answer the charge of being concerned in the robbery of £21 from Mrs. Mar- shall, of Waverly. The evidence of Mrs. Mar- shall, a particularly fussy old lady, did not mate- rially strengthen thecharge against the defendant; but she offered to bring further evidence-that ot' her daughter, and a woman, who, accordiag to the witness's rambling story, was more or le3s concerned in the matter. The Bench were dis- posed to discharge defendant, but considered it due to him to remand the case for one week, in order that no unjust suspicion should attach to his character. A warrant is out for the appre- hension of the labourer, engaged by Stone to assist him in his work. STEALING A SHAWL.-A man named John Power was committed, for trial on a charge of heiug accessary to the stealing of a shawl from Mrs. Margaret Moore. It will be...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
IMPORTS. March 11.-Thomas Arbuthnot, ship, 675 tons, Captain Heaton, from London : 16 crates, ll. M. Hooey ; 38 pockets 50 hogsheads and 1S1 packages, Lyall, Scott, and Co. ; 20 puncheons, 1 case, Montefiore, Graham, and Co. ; 80 packages, C.' S. Vallack ; 25 packages- wino, Jamioson and Co. ; 102 logs wood, 400 cartboxes, 8 chain cables and anchor, 20. boat anchors, 203 cases, 90 barrels, 12 carboys, 346 bundles, 26 hogsheads, 6 casks, 25 cans, 5 bales, 6 jars, 1 box, L. and S. Spyer ; 150 cases, 33 'packages and 2 truuks, Donaldson and Co. ; 23 packages, P. F.- Morgan j 7 bales and 34 cases, A. Sillitoe; 13 pockets hops, lt. and E.Tooth ; 13 casks, Lamb, Parbury, and Co. ; 5 cases, Mncnab, Brothers, and Co.; 2 cases, George Thorne it Co. ; 2 packages, A. Dreutler ; 26 packages, A. Fairfax ; 29 packages, Price, Favenc, and Gwynne; 40 hags, S. Peek and Co. ; 60 cases, Smith, Camp boll, and Co.; 9 packages, J. haddington; 40 packages, 30 hogsheads, Young and Co.; ll cases, J. W. Tuti...
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
DOMESTIC. Aufitraot of Auction Salea. THIS DAY. Mn. STEWART-At thu Horan Ikznnr, ut ll o'clock, Carriage, Saddle und other Horses. MR. K. SAI,AMON.-At his Itooins, util o'elnek, J'eivusstou (Juiiï, Oil and Head Urojses, J3ut 1 toll;. Mit. S. SOLOMON'S-"At' his Rooms, at II o'clock, Watches,- Clocks; ? Saddles, Paper Knives, Pens, and Swing Glasses, Sundries, «fcc. Mr. G. A. LLOYD.-At the City Mart, at ll, o'clock, Paper of various sorts'; at 12 o'clock, a House in Crown-street, Kiley Estate, Six Shares in the First Building Society. MR. S. LYONS.-At his Mart at ll o'clock, Mess Beef, Loudon Double Stout, Assorted Paper, Trueman's Stout. MESSRS. MORT AND BROWN.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock. White Lead, and Yellow Metal, 371 Bags Taal Sugar, Lease of the Bull's Head 9 i Barrels Herrings. MR. W. G. MOORE.-At the Labour Bazaar, at ll o'clock, Sundry Articles.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
EXPORTS. ''Marali ll.-Fortunio, brig-, 202 ions, Captain Hasty, tor San Francisco, 3 casks picks, 2 casks shovels, 34 bundles handles, 23 bundles crow bars, G cases .pepper, 30 cases wine, 86 eases lemon syrup, E. H. Pollard; 147 tons coals, S. Wilkin- son, junr. ; 59 casks beer, 20 hhds. ale, 4 cases slops, 1 cask acids, 1 cask frying pans, 16 bundles shovels, 39 hhds. molasses, 3 hhds., 10 casks loaf sugar, 3 crates earthenware, 2S5 bars iron, I cask frying pans, 6 casks, 1 keg shot, 10 casks, 25 cases cordials, 21 casks, 20 cases lemon syrup, 1 cask vinegar, 1 case figs, 2 casos hardware, 1 case slops, 4 boxes tea, 2 bundles wiro, 4 bales rope, 12 casks nuts, 13 blindies rope, 24¿ chests, 40 boxes ten, 225 bays sugar, L. Brodziack. March ll*-Favorite,schooner, 95 tons, Captain Sîerickor, for Melbourne-53 bundles spades, Young and Co. ; 2 cases cigars, 3 cases pipes, 1 caso matches, H. Aldis ; 20 hogsheads ale, Lyall, Scott und Co. ; 3 casks oil, 2 casks white fond, Charles Chapma...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. March II.-George, '¿ii, Millur, from tho Tweed Jtivcr, with ""13000 feet cedar; Louisa, IC, Green, from Shoalhaven, with 1G tons po- tatoes und li ton Imiter; Gleaner, 18 tons. Stephens, from tho Manning River, with 500 .staves, 400 bushels wheat, 3 hides, IO!) bushels barley, und 1 largo chest; Rover, li), Shaw, from'thc Hawkesbury, with 480 bushels maize, 120 bushels wheat ; Cricket Player, 12, Jenkins, from the Hawkesbury, with OOO bushels corn ; Miiluhipman, Ward, j'rom lirisbano Water, willi l.r),OÜO feet timber; Traveller, 14, Gray, from 'Brisbane Waler, with îîtîO bushels shells; Gitana, 14. Roberts, from Brisbane Water, with 450 bushels sholls ; Jennie Deane, '¿'2, Williams, from Broulop, with 32 tons potatoes, 41 bags wheat ; Rainbow, 19, Pennington, from Brisbane Water, with 100,000 shingles; Waterwitch, 37, Nelson, from tho Tweed, with 14,000 feet cedar ; Alfred, 4», Jones, from tho Tweed, with 20,000 feet oidnr ; Comet, 34, Collas, from the Tweed River,...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. March ll.-Roderick Dhu, 76, Malcolm, for the Richmond River, in ballast; Coquette, 72, Johnstone, for Newcastle, in ballast; Young Queen, 31, Thompson, for Morpeth, in ballast; Harriett, 30, Brown, for tho Richmond River, with sundries; Bee, 12, Smith, for Kiama, with sun- dries: Traveller, 14, Gray, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Midas, 26, Rennie, for Newcastle, in ballast; Gitana, 14, Roberts, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Gipsy, 44, Archdeacon for the Rich- mond River, in ballast'; Rainbow, 19, Pennington, for Brisbane Water, in ballast; William," 21, Maine, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Catherine Young, for Newcastle, in ballast; William tho Fourth, steamer, Sullivan, for Wollon ü'ong, with sundries : Victory, 19,'Fisher, for Brisbane Water, in ballast; Mermaid, 18, Doors, for the Hawkesbury River, with sundries; Currency Boy, 41 M'Xeil, for Newcastle in ballast; Rose, .steamer, 172, Tom Harding, fur Morpeth,with sundries.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAIS. T March ll.-Ferrolana, Spanish-Man of "War, 3o guns, Gtiptain Quesada, from Manila, 1st August, Batavia 15th September. Singapore 9th November, and Calcutta 12th January. March 11.-Eliza, ship, bound to Madras, re- turned. March ll.-George Chaplin, American whaler, from the South Sea Fishing Grouuds.
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
CLEARANCES. Mareil ll.-Willing,;barque, 243tons, Captain Bertram, for Manila, in ballast. March ll.-Favorite, schooner, 94 tons, Cap Sterioker, for Melbourne.. Passengers-Mr. J. Dolán, Mr. J. Reid. March 11.-Fortunio, U. S. brig, 202 tons, Captain Hast}', for San Francisco. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. H. Simonds, Mr. J. Broadvale, Miss Symonds, Mr. Sullivan, Miss M. A. Fisher, Edward and Ann Castle, Edward Castle, Ellen Kennedy, M. Kennedy, Mary Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Mary Stigiiig and child, and Paul Castle.
The Golden Harp. A MOTHER'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
The Golden Harp. A MOTHER'S SONG. Sweet and low, sweet and low, Wind of the western sea, Low, low, breathe and blow, Wind of the western sea ! Over the. rolling waters go, Come from the dropping moon, and blow, Blow him ngain to.me, While my little-one, while my pretty one, sleeps. Sle.pp and rest, sleep and rest, Father will come to thee soon ; Host, rest on Mother's ¡breast, Father Will come to'thee soon : Father will conic td bis babe in the nest, Silver sails all out'of the west, Under the silver moon ; Sleep my little one, sleep ray pretty one, sleep. TENNYSON.
THE BISHOP OF OXFORD AND THEPAPAL BULL. From the Daily News, November 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
THE BISHOP OF OXFORD AND THE PAPAL BULL. From the Daily News,. November 2C.) Samuel, by divine providence, bishop of Oxford, superseding- nud ignoring; alter hu peculiar fashion, the Authority and jurisdic- tion of his metropolitan archbishop and the primate of the church, just as the Pope IIHS superseded und ignored thu authority and jurisdiction of the said Samuel, has,, in- the name and on behalt of the church, solemnly protested-against that invasion of the papacy which he, the said Samuel, and his brothers,, have certainly done as much, probably more, to invite and-encourage as any three men in the Queen's realm. Disregarding the wise and moderate and modest example set him by the two arch- bishops, treating as-naught the course pur- sued by In's brother prelates, looking- down with supreme contempt on the laity of the church, and overlooking altogether the royal supremacy of his Sovereign, to apartments in one of whose palaces he lias, it is said, advanced episcopal pretension...
English Extracts. ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLICS OF ENGLAND TO HER MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
English Extracts. ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLICS OF ENGLAND TO HER MAJESTY. Thc following address is now lying nt the various Catholic churches mid chapels, mid will be otherwise cireulaled, with the view of obtnining signatures to it, to testily to the loyalty of the Catholics ol England to " lier Majesty's Royal person, crown, and dig- nity - "To Tin; QUEEN'S MOST EXCRLUENT MAJKSTY " May it please your Majesty,-Wo, the under- signed subjects of your Majesty, residing in Eng- land, and professing tho Roman Catholic religion, beg to approach your Majesty's throne, there to express our sentiments of unimpaired and uunltcr- ! nblo fidelity to your Majesty's .Royal person, crown, ami dignity. At a moment when attempts aro being made to impeach our loyalty, wo con- sider it a duty to give fresh utterance' to theso oar feelings. During centuries of exclusion from the privileges of tho constitution, and from tho rights enjoyed by their fellow-subjects, the Catho- lics of Kurland remained true t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
The Spanish frigate is a noble looking ship She has 200 men, ami carries 30 guns. The fol- lowing are the names of bur principal officers - Messrs. Salvador Moreno Klisir Sanehis, Antonio Franco, Francis Cuesta, Ignacio Tudolo, Mateo G. Yasak, Drs. Fran. Hios, and Manuel Chesico, Purser-Mr. Domingo Burallotc, Rev. Dolores AImiedar, and ll midshipmen. The Eliza has again been compelled to return to port through stress of weather. She has ex- perienced a succession of southerly gales and light winds. She lost one horse at sea and another in port this morning. She will resume ber passage after having replenished her water. The George, hence for London the 13th July, put into Kio leaky, and was compelled to discharge cargo. Her mails were forwarded by other con- vey en ce. , The Asia, henea the-IGtli July for the same destination, had also touched at Kio. The John Brigl.it, . hence the 13th Juno for Li verpool, arri ved after a passage of 142 days, which, considering her smart voyage to...
SHIPS' MAILS CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
SIT rps* MAILS CLOSING AT TUR POST OFFICE. vuuuuiu m jiiiv niai utnt&lt;a. Launceston-William, this day nt noon. San Francisco--Fortunio, this day at noon. Honolulu-Brothers, on Friday' evening, at 6 o'clock. London-St. George, on Friday evening, at G o'clock. Londou-Blackwall, on Friday evening, at G o'clock; , . . , " '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. To Journeymen Bakers. AMEETING will be bold on Saturday next, the 15tb instant, at 7 o'clock, P.M., at tbe ; Bakers House of Call, Mr. Smaile, Burn's Tavern, ! Sussex-street, Sydney, to take into consideration ¡matters of great importance connected with tho : trade. Also, the case of David Crampton, who j lins lost the uso of his hand by Wilkie's Biscut Machine, and is now unable to earn a living for his wife and family._242 ADAME TO RN ENG, Teacher of Dancing, begs to intimate that she will be happy to mako arrangements with Schools and Private Pamilies'dnriiig the winter season. 42ÍJ WANTED TWENTY (20) good SHIPWRIGHTS. Ap plv to Mr. \\. H. BrtOWN, late foroman of the Tatent Slip. 420 FRENCH LANGUAGE. MR. LONCHAML' begs lortve to inform the gentlemen of Sydney tlmt ho intends to open rt fresh cluss for tim instruction of be- ginners in that language on Friday evening next. Days of attendance overy Tuesday and Friday ; hour from 7h to 8i. Terms-Ono Guinea* a quarter...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 March 1851
TO COllßESl'ONDKNTS. Tn all ca.sc.« whci-o statements aro made affootintî third parties, oe whore ptrtic.u hir opinions arc Blrongly c-x piVMSOil on loc,:il subjmîts, it i&lt;j ivquired that thu'riana* ol our correspondents .shall lie j;;ven, in con fiiJnim; to thc Editor Wo ciunot undertake to publish thu statements or ophiious of ¡íeuíleuum who will not, to this uxtont, make them suives known to us.