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Colonial Statistics. ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

S Oo Ioittai tattiticc . ADDITIONAL ,ASSIGNMENT, REGULA ,TION S.? i [FROM TE . GOVERW MENT. OA?"ETTE.] 1.. Ten BoTard Qf Assignment: having reported to the Gdvernor, withbreference to the 33rd para graph of the Regulations `for thee assigntnent of Male Convicts, dated ithe 9th May 1835, thit a larger supply of Coi~vict' labo6u' may hiere after be appropriated to private sei'?,ce, thahi was contemplated when the scale 'coritained..in the 2nd paragraph of.these Regulations was framed; his Excellency, has been, pleased to direct that the following scale of qualificatoin,'accodinig to' which Agricultural L: Ibourers' and: Mechanics will in ,future be assigned, be adopted ini lieu. of that promulgated by, the Regulations referred to, namnely--, 160 Acres ............... ...... 2men. ; 240 .... . .. i . .. .......... 3 men. 320a . .o . 4 men. 400 ,.J . men. 480. .......... . ... 65 men. 4860...... ............... 6 men. 640 ... ..... .... 8 men. -For every additional 160 acrei, iot cx cee...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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NEW COLONY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

NEW COLO NYY. OF SOUTH .AUSTRALIA. .[FROMTHE PATRIOT, OF.JUNE 15.] *WE utiderstand.that Captain. Hindmarsh, of .the Royal. Navy,,:is to be appointed, Governor, of..the New Colonlo of South A stralia. This ,appoint ment will be creditable to the Government, and advantageous to the colony. Captain Hindmarsia besides being a, brave and distinguished, officer, is a man of enlarged and enlightened views, and of a humane and conciliatory temper; and he will owe his appointment, not to patronage or favour 'itis!n, but to his personal merits and peculiar l t iiess for the. important . duties he will have to perform in establishing the new colony. The, scheme of the colony appears to be approved .by men of all parties. "The plan upon which the new British province of South Australia is . to, be colonized has -received- the sanciion of some of the most distinguished statesmen:, of the day. PTo Lord Howick belongs the honour of haiiing been the first to.give practical operation to the princi p...

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Select Poetry. THE FIELD OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

,e4.....trp * . THE FIELD OF THE' WORLD. Sow in the morn thy seed,';. At eve,biold not thine.hand; .',To doubt andsfear give thou no heed,.: Broad-cast it o'er the land.. . :, Beside all waters sow, 'The highwayffirurqws stock ' SDrop'it where thorns and thistles'grow; Scatter it on the rock. ,The good the fruitful'ground, Expect not here nor there; ` • O'er 'hill and dale, bjIplots 'tis found; Go forth, then, every where.:: -- Thou know'st not' which may thrive, The late or early sown ; Grace keeps. the precious germs alive,. '''When and `Wherever strown.: And dufy siall appear, SIn verdure, beauty, strength, The tender;blade, the:stalk;,the ear, : And the full corn at length. " Thou canst'not toil in vain'; ' :. `Cold, heat, and moist, and dry, Shall foster and mature the grain, . For garners iii the sky. r, Thence, when the glorious end, The day o??f:Gdd is come, . The anigel-reapers shall descend' : 'And:'Heaven ?iyi," Hariiest Home."

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KING'S SCHOOL, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

KING',S SCHOiL, ,PARRAMATTA. TI'u RevW: R. Forrest, I?ad ' Master of the King's 'School, Parramatta, invited the' Rev.. H. Fultcin;'of. Trinity Csllege, D ublini; the:. Rev.: J. Bobart, of. Oxford, 'andlthe Rev. C. Dickenson, of Cambiidge, ohn lTursday .last,: to examine the _pupils in the se veral classes in .the Institution iunder, his charge. WVe '..uriderstand, that the ,examiiiers- were much; pleased with the progress of the, sch'olrs in general, and particularly with t?he first 'and .second classes, the .'former, of whom' they foiuld: to 'translate ?ith': 'much ease land: elegance, :?uiiipides, Homer, and Dei?osthenes,' . fromi th 'GrGek; Cicero, Sallust, Horace anid" Virgil;?'froin'. the' Latinf; Racine, Cor neille'; &c.' fromi the. French: ?1:'lthe 'second class= ti'a nlated firoii the, reek, parts :of .the gospels, and. some of. Es.~Op's Fabl6es ; and:., Virgil's i·iEneid, and, part' of', Cicero's. Qtices, fromm the] Latin. The at-. tainments of the ?upils likevise ...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

,WHOLESAL.E _, PRICES,. OF :?. Ou . [COMPILEDFOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS.. SPZXLZTS, ii bond. Brandy, First Quaity, per gallon .. 0' 4 0 a 0 6 ,0 :,· ; Second i tto.............: 0 3 9o .:? o' 03 Rum, B.P., proof ; ...... 0.**O 21 ,- 0 Ainericin,'ditt~ .....1 ..;0 1 2,: 0 t Isle of France, ditto ... . ... 0 2 " : 01 .:. ,Oi: Gid Uhlthiged ....,..... ..3... 0 2 - Straw coloured .:....... 02..., 0: 2 0 .;.;0 2 Case, 4 gall40ons . '. ...i? ..... `=? ," 0 G? 1 rd47- . Good,,per pipe .............30 0 0..3 0 o 0 Sh.errybest, fper btt' :..:.... ...."30 0 6 o0 : 0 Per dozen::.......;... 1 5 0 :..# 1i l Madeira, per pipe :... .. • 30 ': 0 ..45 Per do'em............1 5 0:A i Tenerife, per pipe.... ...........0* 1 0 0 6.."1 0'' Cape, Company's best, 110 gallons: ; 12 ,O 0 .. i3* 0 Champagne, a arklin ......:.;i: . 2 0 0 . Pink ......... ... 2 10 0 ..," , Ale, Burton, per barEl, 36 gallons ::7 0 A,??dn. 10. x Taylor's stroig pale, per hhd..4 ' 9" : --0. Hasting's . .......... 0 0 ` - Ashbys . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

,SALESS' A'Z'UCTzON. Tris 'day, Deceinber 24, Polack, at his rooms Pork, Poitei', &c:' . T 'h'is day; December 24; Lyons, at his rooms; rice., IMVonday,'.Deceinber s28, Polack, ;at ,his rooms:;: Calico,.and sundrieb. ., : ,i We'dnesday, December 30, ,Lyons, at his rooms; Olive Oiý, icken, &c. . , . VWednesday,.December 30, Blackman, in Philil?j Street; iousehold Furniture. Li'iday, January 1, Lloyd, at the Ship Inn ,Liverp~oqol .urmntur., ' . Tuesday, . January .5, 'Polack, at the London; TIverri ;'F'arm at the Nelson:. . ;. Tue.'day,' :J"inuary 5, Polck, i- at the l Iondoni Tavern.; fariT:iattiHuiter's River. :' : ,i. 'i .: Wednesday,pJanuar'y 20, Blackman,,at Mlaitland,; .Horses;Sheep,:ani'Cattle.: .;. Neutrality is no favdorite :with: Providence, for,.we ire r so formed, that: tit iis;scarcely,. possible. for. us :.to ,stand ~~quter:jii our:.learts, ?ltlhough w, mIay p:d.em .it pryUep;toappe sonqur ;ac.on s. . ,

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. VEGLTABLEs-Potatoes,. ,0Os. to 12s. 'per wt.: Cab bages, 2d. to 3d..each. Cauliflowers, 3d. to 4d. each. Turnips and Carrots, 3d. 'per bunch'.. Celery, 3d. per bundle. *Onions; 2d. per lb,. Cucumbers," 6d. to 8d, each. 'Broad beas, Is. 'to ' ls.' 4d. per' peck. French ditto, is. 6Gd. per ditto. Peas, 2's. to 2s. 6d. per ditto. Fruit at the same prices as son Friday. Poultry-Fowls, 4s. to 5s. per 'couple. Ducks, 6s. to 6s. per do. Geese, 8s. to 12s. per' do.' Turkeys,' 12s. to 15s per do. :Roasting pigs, 3s. to 4s, each. Salt butter, is. 8d. to 2s. per lb. Fresh ditto, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d. per ditto. Eggs, ls. 9d'.'to'2s. per .dozen. Cheese, 8d." to 9d. per lb. Hams, Is. pedr diito'. Salt Pork, 8d. per do. Soap and Caridles, 8d. per' do. - -Bread, per 21b. 'loaf, 5d. Butchers' meat Beef, per carcase, 3d. tb 3&d, per lb.' Mitton, per ditto, 3d. per ditto. Both per joint, 4d. to 6d. :per lb. Pork 8d. per do. Oaten hay, £124 to £16 per .ton. Natural grass, £1...

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THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

THiE MEDICAL PROIt,FESSION. S [FROM n CcORIRESPONDENT.] , SYD1NE~Y hLS .Just ,been isit'ed' y a member of the faculty,':distiiguished by tiAlent, experience, worth; `and rank,' with the .view of makinig this colony the land' ofrhis adoption. : : , ;., We are,, however .informed,i that his own, ar duoug exertions,: as. well as that of manyd of: his fiiends, 'among whom we are, proud: to?find, that several.high puxblic .iid: private 'haracters; have, heariilyý interested'tthemsel?esito promote, { not. only' his personal views,; butwe sincerely believe the medical interest:specially-of this colony,,and regret' to' say, witliout. success. :.,: Hee??retns ?.to; iVan Dieman'si Land, :Ahere, we, doubt; not,,he will prove'a pleasing and :enlightened member, of its'society, and 'no:ordiiary acquisition in further-'. ing'the growinxg institutions -and ,interests of that ;alu~.ble"colony.-" ,This' gentleinanihas been, the fellow 'labourer.. in- science;with, and is:the: per-: sonal friend. of ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

EXPRUTS. .Oll-Spprm whale, per tin ....; 8 o 0 , J Ilk lditto,ditto...... ,... 168 0 .. FLAx.- -N: Zealand, rough, per ton 15 0 0 ..'0 hitto ditrt,, flne, ........ 18 0 0 .,-., Timlber--Blue Gaim, per lod'.... 2 5 0 .. 2 1 . Cedari per foot ..'............. 0' I 0 ? .. t Treenalle, per thousanid ..'.;. r2 0 £0 .. ..'2 5:' ' ?a Hides, salted, per Ib..'......".... O 0t 2!;' .' 00? t. Beef, ditto..............r....... 0 4 . o 4 Pork, ditto..................: 0 0 '7 .. ? 6 0 ' 11. Flour, per 100 pounds. ...'... ..* 1: 0 .? Soap, per lb. ..'............... 0 0 .. - :: Caudles, ter b. .+........;,.- a. .. 9 .. ..

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Markets. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

FRIDAY, DECEMBER,18. . VEo?TABLEs-Potatoes, 10s. per. cwt. t.Cabbages, 2d, to 3d.: each.. Cauliflowers 3d. to '4i4eeaich. Turnips'aid Carrots, 3d. per bunch:. Leeks; lid. per do. Celery, 3d. per bundle.. Onions, 1id.J per lb. Artichokes, 2s. per doz. Cucumbers, 6d. to 8d. each. :Broad beans, s. to is. 6d. per peck. , French beans,' Is. 6d. "per do. Peas, 2s. to 2s. 6id. per ditto. Fruit-;Apples, 6d. to . '3d. per doi: 'Pears, 9A.:to Is. per 'do. "Apricots, 8d. to is. per do. Oranges, 2s. to 3s, per do. Lemons, 6d. to "Is. per ditto. Mulberries, ls. 3d. per quart. Loquggs, 8d. to Is.' p?er do.: Cherries, Is. per lb. Poultry-Fowls, 4s. to 5s. per codple.: 'Ducks, 5s. to. 6s; per do. Geese,' 8s. to 12s per do. Turkeys, 10s. to 15s. per ditto. Roasting pigs, '2s. 6d. to 4s. each.. Eggs, is. 9d. per doz. Salt butter, ls. 9d;tb 2s.per lb, Fresh ditto, 2s. 4d. to 2s. 6d. per ditto.. Cheese,' 8d. to 9d. per li. 'BiButchers' rieat-.B..ef, 3d. to 31.d 'per lb., by' the carcase. Mutton 3d. per...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. 12, Bridge Street, December 18, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF T TIHE COLONIST., 12, Bridge Street, Detember 18, 1835. Si,--You.will admit, and the Public will ap prove6 of.your.acting:op nthe just manimm audi al teram partemr. Mr. Finch's letter is avowvedly in reply to my. circular; and .it is only because many. readers, of TIHE COLONIST may. not have seen nor .see !that circular, that I reluctantly ap peal to youir sense .of justice, which admitted Mr.' Finch's,.garbled letter into your columns, to. inserttlhis reply .-m:i The only legitimate mode .of controversy, is to .adriit or deny the premises under consideration ; and to disprove,.or by argument refute such alle gations as are denied. Had Mr. Finch but been good ,enough to.adopt this simple and straight forward .course, I should have been spared occa sion- to reply, at all; for if the points at issue were but stated, I would willingly leave them to. be judged.of by the Public upon their own in ternal' evidence.;. besides all the material, facts were disclosed on 'the :...

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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 12TH TO THE 19TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

-ene at Er De .*.it*. REPORTS *PROM : THE 12TH TO THE 19TH IN5TAN.", ; . INCL.USIVE. DECEMBER 12.-British_ Sovereign (ship), ,325 -tons,? :Brown master. from London, Dawes-Gore and Co,., agents ; 10 puncheons ,rum, 1. thrashing machine,' :Jolhn Gilchrist;, 1,bale 2 cases -haberdashery, .&c., D. Peden; 72 hogsheads-stout, John Tooth.; I case saddlery 1-bale leather;" Rich. Htint;" 10 cases *hats,. J. .Vright; 15 casks ink, F.: Parbury; 6 puncheons 8 hogsheads rum,-:12 hogsheads 32 tierces.beer, John Lamb and Co.; 1 case apparel, Williani M'Pherson.; 8 case saddle trees, ,J. Jones;- 1. case books,-:Rev.. J. Orton ;-3 casks earthenware, M., Woolley.; .10 cases confectionary, Marsden and Co..; 1 case-wire, work, 3 casks ironmongery, I bundle scythe handles, 2 bun dies mops, 1-case turnery, Levick and Younger; 2 cases plated ware, 1 case toys,-1 -case- paintings; 2" cases, clocks, 12 bales :4 cases British goods, H. G. Smith; 7 casks rum, 4 : casks, branidy, 2 casks :gin, 2 cases...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

TO aTHE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Mit' EDIToR,-Have you seen Mr. Lawrence Littlebody's ab-Normal puff in this, morning's Monitor? If you have;--query-did he draw it up, or the Reporter to that paper? But he is too good,a judge to leave so important a piece of work to any other hand; taking it therefore for granted that it is the little man's 'own production, permit me to recommend it through your columns as an. excellent specimen of false grammar, and, as such, remarkably fit to be placed in the hands of our schoolboys generally, on resuming their studies after the vacation. Of course, I mean on the principle of Lindley Murray's exercises, where errors are purposely made that they may be :corrected by the pupils; take the first half dozen lines as a sample, he there speaks of " the progress which is making."' Ineed not tell you that any one but himself would have said, being made; then again, speaking of the Sydney Col lege, he says, " has shewn in.its first examination a degree of pr...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

ARRIVALS. December. 18--,.John .(ship); White, from Lon don,19th;J uly, Hobart:Town 16th inst.:Merchandize;. a..sengerst--C.. R. Hyndham. Esq.;: 11th Dragoons, Mr Charles Fenton and. Samuel: Bromley, • Esq., RN surgeon..         19.-Joseph .Weller; (schooner), Cameroux, from   :New Zealand 9th November. Eight tons b!ack:'oil, A4:tons bone, and 400 baskets potatoes; passengers a whaling gang. . *. ... 19-Zebra .(H.M. brig),' R.M'Rae, Esq.,-com   -.mander,-from the wreck, of the-prison ship Hive near Jarvis.' Bay:. :Passengers-D. A. C. :G-.Bridger,' in charge of £10,000"-received from- the Hive, 'for the S.Colonial.Government;: 94 'prisoners .:of the "Crown and 10 soldiers, 28th Regiment. .. ' 19.'- Currency. Lass '(schooner), Kind, from, Swan     . River.the 23rd of November. Sundries; passengers,; :Messrs. James Nicholson, John' Smith, Wife, and six .children; George Smith, J. Fin...

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AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. THE Rev. Messrs. Wylde and Macket zie, A'.M., who have been conducting the business of edus; cation in this Institution since the commence-, ment of the,,present year, deemed it .inexp'e dient to have '. public examination of their.; pupils, previous to the Christmias holidays, :as well because of this having been their first year in, the colony, as: because the different periods . at which their pupils had entered their classes would. necessarily ,preclude any person from / ascertaining with correctness the progress they had severally made under their charge. No pub lic examination,;therefore, was held previous toL the breaking.up.of the classes in the Australian. College. The Rev.. Mr. Mackenzie, however,: having announced to his pupils early in the year that he would follow the same course with them, in regard to the distribution of premiums, which he had, pursued and found effectual in: England, by giving..Reward Tickets to any boy. who should distinguish him...

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Original Correspondence. FACTS VERSUS FICTION. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

· · .. · ·...... I,:C.. :.. OrVigitua1 (Lt x':er pontrnce.' FACTS 'VERtUS FICTION: No. 11.' ;To show that even educated minen, menoj~f talent, and men .who are;. otherwise Ivelli informed,`but who are nevertheless, deplorably ignorant on the subject' of colonial statistics, are: misled; we.. shall quote one or two instances which have occurred tor us ,in the course of our reading,'and :which will;give us a farther opportunityof putting the British public in possession of a few simple .facts relative to the present state of the"ustirdlan col?r1ie?. The late William Iazlitt, the Essayist, drin'his work entitled The Spirit of the gA' tiikes occasion to.remark,:in hisessay on the charactr ifi Walter Scott, that " the land of pure rea "'on, was, to his (Scott's) apprehension, like Van 'Dieinan's .Land,--barren, miserable, distant, a place of exile, the dreary abode of savages; con aicts aEid adventurers!" . We will not stop to .is'cuss the truth of the simile (certainly a far fetchied on...

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Religious Intelligence. NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF PERMANENT AND UNIVERSAL PEACE, FOR 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMM1TTEE OF.THE SOC1ITY FOR THB?l~ 'P ROMOTirON; 0F PE RMANENT AND UNT VE?1SAL -PEACE, FOR 1835. , .We gannot dismiss this review of0 thellabours of our Transatlantic brethren, without adverting speci "tically to that.devoted servant of' God and apostle of peace, Willianiv Ladd,' Esq., who, notwithstanding his infirm health, has travelled in the. cause mariy miles, addressinhg several churches and meetings, as his strength -wo"hld permit hilm, Not being 'suffi-'? ciently convalescent to attend the annhiversary of the' American Peiice Society, he addressed a letter to the meeting, in ~which,' after- informing them that he'ivas prohibited aftending.:by his physicians, 'he says, '.' :But,thobgh absent in body;, .l shall'be presenit :with you in spii'it,'andii intend'to devote a great' part of the dayc f our anniversar to fervent prayer for the succtss of our great and holy cause."!. Forcibly impressed witt itl importance of the cause in which he:is eiig...

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HUMILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

'HUMILI .!.T.Y. BY THE SAME. THE bird that soars on highest wing,; 3Builds on the ground'her lowly nest; 'And she:'that doth' most sweetly silug, Sings in the shade when all things rest:. -In lark and nightingale we see' What honour hath humility.. I ' When Mary chose "' the better. part," She meekly sat at.Jesus' feet ;. And "Lydia's gently-open'd lHeart Was made for God's own temple meet; -Fairest and best adorn'd:is she, Whose clothing is humility. The' saint that wear: heaveni's brightest crown, In deepest adoration'bends; The weight of glory bow's him down, Then most when most' his soul ascends ; -N earest'the throne' itself must be' The footstool of humilit'y. DEAT1 OF FIse'.-~Mr. 'Fleurens, a French physioe logist, has explained what appears tobe the true caut of deaitl'in 'afish kept'out of water. If its motions be atteutively'watched; it will be' seen that, although, the mouth-be opened and shut continually, and the gill covers raiss alternately, the arches supporting the b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

A? . VAh RZCE. -o ST be, Sold by Auction, ~ ~SAMUZEL LYONS. Ai~tHis Rooins, George Street, This Day, T'ursday, ,_°24th Instant, at 10 o'Clock precisely. . " . IRTY-SX BAGS RICE, Ex MARIA;. !, ' JUS LANDED. ' ' i ' -Terms-C ASH. 000 rZNE WOOLED EWES.. '-0 i. 1. T To be Sold by Anution, BY: n 'Milr. saMUEL LYOr NS. :Opn'Tuesday January 7, 1836, at hIis rooms George : Street, at 12 o'clock prticisely; SiW? Thaousand fine Wooled_ Ewes in Lots of'i. 00 : Each or inmme as may r ip it ti views of, purchalers. They may be seen any day prior to the Sal by ap liication to. 1r. James ::White, i.Ravensworth,. vnter's Riyver. ' TERMS. Ten per;j cent . Cashl Deposit the residue by ap Sprove#il~ sat 3 months.; anipJl"s of the: Wool. may- be. seen :andt further; p ticularsi kpown on application at the Office ofr the A .tioger, ,R. BLACKMAN. acquaihts ;the landed :Pro 9prietors and Settlers ii thile Hunter's Riveir dis trictttthat he has been iitrusted witlihthe' disposil? bf`l 'the whole of the wel...

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English Extracts. THE IRISH CHURCH. [FROM THE ATLAS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835

THE IIIRIsI CHURCH ntOM TilHE A TLAS. Szt Raonn' PEEL's '-ntion " oi" the 'Irish' 'Chureh' Bill' was tost ondi Thuirsday riight (July 23) by a inajority of 37. The majority- jis small,. binrt when: we 'take into; consideration the, novel and: important principle to,,w.hich it .bears: reference,,itmay be con sidered deeisiv.e of the 'qqestion. T'he Irish Church; then howevgr it inay ?be heltered iunder th,e super abundant, lawn 'o.t the IIouse of Lopxds-is nog losgcer, Spermitted. o:be a gorgepup incubup uponql thq industry, of the country. I .he House., of'Lords may throw out' thg bill, and, we suippose, will th?owv it ouit, and the mriiistry may suffer, what Byron calls a. "sea change:" and the King may try Sir Robert Peel again?:i ani a neiy '-louse of Cowimons m'ay denioii' strate'to :: the pe6ple, the fact .of 'their- inlidelity td,* themselves: and agitation in Ireland' may -be.'stifled ,in!fami'ne:i and:Dens's Theology:maybe. bu'rned: by the l, hangnian:--but,' ithe. doom; of ...

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