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Literature and Science. EXPULSION OF CHARLES X. FROM RAMBOUILLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835
iterttatitve ainb cfence, - EXPULSION ,OF CHARLES X. FRx 'RAMBOUILLET. Pt L0-rnoM H.L. BULWER' s.FRANCE.. , Oo't1e, 39th of:.;July he had left' St:Cloud4;.? for.ý a day he halted.at Versailles. He halted :there.-. aniidst;the'reco!leetions of'by-gonetimes ;.,vety. tree- had a :story linked with far distant days,;' and. melancholymust! it have been to..have:seren. him, as "he looked 'fondly over those'stately- aye-: nues:- -as, he lingered. (and long,.his attendants: say, hle did linger) upon the steps of that royal.: p'alace, which he had known so early, and which he will .never see again. When 'he"'.arrived:!at Rambotillet it was night. .The moori threw -a; ghastly light on the antique toiver, and. into the' dim court-yard of. the old chateau, as bent with. fatigue, and worn. by agitation,, the old! Kin'., descended amidst the scanty crowd, collectet less from affection than curiosity;?. .Here,:"he 'de termined to abide. The great body of the tr opsi. were bivouacked in the woods a...
SYDNEY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835
:. SYDNEY COLLEGE. A PiBnLc examinaitidnof' the pupils in this Irin stitutiio took' place on Thursday last in? presence' of his :Exiellency the Governor; the' Ghief Jusi tice the Roiman Catholic iBishopl & &.. SiThhe 'successful "anrididites 'for, premiums, were - ! :'." FIRST.ijI'VISTONS.-. .: ; Classics -Mastei';John :Langig:,thee 1st medal; M ster Henry Smeathnian, books1.:y ' i:Mathematics-MasterL. John -Wentworthi, :2nd` ' Mapping .-1aster, oJm.es, Martin; 'a Map of the Colonyrimounted and colourored. .:. .English Conmositio ,- Mater Williami Foster, the C eelc Mser Liviing.ton Mitchel , books. F_,rench Master Hoverndeni Hely, ditto: Geonetr'b-Master Th'omasA. Smiiith, 'ditto; Co)nposition€-Master H. Hely, ditto :" 'Gi amnmar-Mast'er Robert'Broughton; ditto: SGlobesaiid Geography=--Master= Andre Demestre ditto: "' .;SECOND -IDIVISION. 5. S!¶Arithmetic.-Master; George W. Allen,: the 4th medal.v '. . Latiin-Ma-ster Thomas .Brown,; books;;. laster .William. Rob rts...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835
* , A· i ~rttA ' nt. ' THE COLONzozsT. SHE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION for this S .Jourrial,; which .is published every THURS DAY; Morning, are Six Shillings .aind'iSix ence pier .! Qiaiter;: wherthr delivered in Sydrieyr 'foiwaided b .hYPg't.' .,. TE : :TE' MS FOR. ADVERTISEMEANTS • ?r' f61'i Eight' liles and under .Twod Shillings and Six~eice, and one peiiiy f6 every liie albove eight, o eacdh insertion. " ' : ' "C OLONIST OFFICE,; Printinig of de cr tpti izi is extedli with : neatness, eco= "mntnTy;punctuality, and despatch. Si. 'lEvery extensive, respectablc, anid .rapidly.in 'C,,rreasing circulation .of Tn.E COLONISr, renders it 'eculiarly desirable for the.iinsertion of advertisements. ENZIE.GEMNET". OF "' -o HE.rfriends of the, Proprietor.of. The Sydney Mo nitor, 'and the -public generally, are respectfurlly iinf'irmed, that that. Journal will be: enilrg'ed on thei '26ih of tlie presenit :ioitli,:'f6 i:all tdse 1suscribteie :hol' take .both numnbers;; by' a 'Supplement, to, be utbl...
Colonial Politics. THE NORTHERN SETTLEMENTS. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 December 1835
THE NORTHERN SETITLEMENTS. &nbsp; MORETON BAY. The difficulty of procuring eligible land within a reasonable distance of Sydney, and the recent establishment of a Steam-packet, as a regular trader between Sydney and Port Macquarie, have of late induced a considerable number of respect- able persons who intend settling in the country, to direct their attention to the Northern Settle- ments. "To look for land" is now as frequently the object of a trip to Port Macquarie, as "to look for WILLIAM WATT ;" and we are most &nbsp; happy to inform those who visit that rising settle- ment for either of these purposes, that they are not likely to be disappointed. We endeavoured in our last number, to direct &nbsp; &nbsp; the attention of our readers to the vast resources of the northern settlements, and to the great ad- ditional extent and importance which the esta- blishment of a numerous and virtuous free emi- grant population in these settlements, would give...
SPIRITS AND TOBCCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
.4;; SPIRITS AND TOBý.CCO Stock on hand, .19th instant--~] P: rum, 122,031 gallons; - brandy, 35,725; gallons/ gin,' 32,456 gal lons; other spiritsi15,164 gallons tobacco, 113,926 pounds. ,; . . Received duriag the week--B. F rum,t 13,822' gal ions ;;brandy, 7,648 gallons. , ?. Delivered sr. :home consumplon-B ; P. irum, 4170."gallons; brandy, -645 gallos; gin, :377 g:al Ions; tobaccv, 1837, pounds. . . Deliveredior exportation-B. .' rum, 91 gallons; tabacco,;1,76 pounds. , : J - ;Stock orhand, 26th instanit- .P. rum; 131,592 gallonsj; rrandy, 36,728 gallol; ;gina, 32,079 gal1 ions; othe?spirits, 15,164 gallon; tobacco; 110,613 pounds.; -, - '- ,.,
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 19TH TO THE 26TH INST, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 19THi TO;TJIE26TIIJsTIN INCLUSIVE. S'ti??es; .96: tons, Buckle.; master; for New Zea lat d:;i0 barrels flour, :2 casks sugar, t(cask spirits; 2:.keg~s tobacco, 5 boxes soap, 5 'co?srope; 1 lkebg paint, .30 iron pots, 3 casks hardware 2'cases slops, and stores. ' Hercules; Daniels, master, for :-ondon; 2,153; whalebone, 282 tons black oil, 100;seal =skins, 26. casks and 385 .hides, 2,220 horns;, ,400 tips, 121' logs cedar, 206 bales wool, 1,609 trenails,'-8 "cases; cloves; 45 jars soy; 105 chests tea, ind'stores s.i.:`??,
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 19TH TO THE 26TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
IMPORTS. *:- ';: RiEPORTS ; PROM- THE 19TlI'o'IO THE 26TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. DECEMEFR 21.-Mar ia (schooner), 135 tons, Rohber' ton, master, fromn Hobart',Town; HI Bill, agent.; 27 bags rice 1 cask flouir, J. 'Roberton; 32'bags oats, D. Egan ; 100 b ags sugar, 1"'paekages friuits; 3 bags potatoes; 1 case cigars,. 103 coils coir rope, I case 'shoes , .1.aetonnets, 1`cas?iniilnl .e ery t6 baleqmhiis, 2 bale s 'clicos, i' bale cairpetitig, 1 case hardware, J, Lamb and Co.; 24 bags flour,: 50 bags wheat, 32 bags barley, 2 ,cases starch, 1 bale, saddlery, 37,6. buniles rattans, 100 bags sugar,, Edwards.and Huin-? ter. '169 ' bags flouri,' - Dow nwood ' 11 tons bark, JI R. Wilshire ;'ask 1:l case lead 'pipes, W. Todd. -?21.--Eldon (ship), 393 tons, M'Alpine,; master,. from Londonivii Hobart Town, Edwards and Hun-' ter; agents.; :66 6hglgljeads porter,' 75 casks beer;, 20 bales'malt, JQhn ?Tooth; "50'casks ; ement, 73' casks blackingi 50 ?ases glass, J. B.' Montefiore and Co. ; 57 casks ru...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
TO 'THE 'EDITOR OF THE 'COLONIST. Sza,-From the numerous.deaths (upwaids' of sixty) which have occurred during ;the. last year in a well'known public Institution, I'haive fiade .the ,following 'selection, with the hope 'thatthe insertion of the same in your .valuabli journtfl may prove.interesting to your numerous'readers. The. following are the names of the individuaGls alluded 'to with their respective ages: John Lewis..... 104 W. Hollis .... 85 Al. Hatres .. ...100 IR. Brown :'..:. 85' St'. M"Alister ..95, L. M'Aliste::,.. 80 T. Berbuck-..' 93; W; H.oldeu...*. 81 W. Sycet .'.. 91" Jat'es' Fox .... 81 Simonr Barton... -87 Jdhh :tirgess.. '77' i H. M'Gregor.. 87 .W.'Hyland,..i... '77 Joseph Coulter. 85- J. Macnamara. ,77 `E. HaiSkes.... '85 S.'Gibba~rd .: .: 76 I mighthavie added ten more to; the list who' 'were considerably' ivipards 'of seii;eeityf ye'rs buit this ,woull have swelled it' too mirch. On per using the ,above, some, ,I .doubt ,not, will be anxious to know in what sta...
Domestic Intelligence. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
TO O"R (SUBSCRIBERS. 'THE `numerous -applications we have received. f-:.frbm -our 'shbscribers for wanting n'um'lirs: 'to .perfect their sets of 'TUE ,Coi oN ,?.Tand it be ,ingthe:'expressed :intention orf. most- .to .,haveit bound, we shall next week print a Title Page to the first volume :and present a copy to our readers gratuitously. ?V e have the satiisfction of informing them thit our circulation is upwards :of 900' everywieek. : ,
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
¾ . DEPARTURES., Dcembber 25.-Sophiajane and Tamar ( tepr ers), for, .Newcastle. :: ,: . 28.-Sophia Jane aud, Tamar, (steamers), for Newcastle. 29.-William the JFourth for Port Macquarie. 29.-Hercules, (barque), Daniiels, for :London. PLassengers ;: Major :Bouverie,r 17th Regiment, Mrs, Bouverie, Mrs. IBarnes, Mr. Tytler, -Dr. LoanrMr. Varley,' Mrs. Fowler, Lieut. Tobin, 1j7th: Regime&t, lMr. W..Croker, Mr. W. SSmith Mr. 'A. Cesar, Mrs. Deane, Mr.Engan, Mr. Grey,. Mr.. O'Brien,gMr. M-icklain, Mr. Rady, 28 :invalided;soldiers,: 8-woien and, l5 children . :i f o . , 30.-.Tames Colvin (barque); M Nughan,: for.,the Spern Fishery.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
1 s - .' "' tA-T RIVALS 't. i . :1 ' k '" rný RTne 24LSa=opiia Jane ad Tamar (steam1ers) , fro'Nawccastle. ., .26:'6-Oli eBranc411(h hooi1) 96 ton, +from Ton S_,.gatal)00 10th sitant, sugar, &c..., P,-assengers ;Mr. lleiy M r I11'"io '' \ and lIVA r. J J h an O ssm ond,, fro m Ca cu26 vApýV1a ( e), 266 'tons, Brown,, from "=t k Cn jVt t~'Aigu 28,. `and lio -. Hobiart . Town 16th' d 'nries. U Vassengei', Mr.1? F: Beitbi kf njinerva (barque), 37,,7tons, Gra.y; ::fron 0 '27 lio 21, ngust 21, merchandize, o..lSýr avid Ogluby (schooner), 'fr'no ew týF 27.So~phia: ~Jade arid' T.arar: (steamiers), from Newcastle. 27,: William the Fourth, from Port'Macquarie.
THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
THE AUS'rTRAILILLAN COLLEGE. rI?Iour last number we stated, thlit ,betweetn 700 miid o1000 letters on various ;subjects, had beein :'eeirved by the Rev. Mr. iMackenzie from Ihis pupils, we have since ascertained that 'Mr, Mac-i enzie bar received considerable upwards of 1200J We have been favoured- with the l})erusal of Several of these juvenile -essays, many of 'which ;were highly' interesting. Of (fhose 'which strudk :us, as most worthy of remark, we eumerate:the ?fdH?iing,,viI.--an account of 'the lectures deli 'veredl: attthe Mechriics"'Sehodl of Arts; ai essayI 91n- the .manners, and customs of the natives oTl 'Tfiid, an ,account of the rise, progress, andf ;present state of the colony of the Cape of. Good iiope qn.nessay on t:he :wickedness, and .folly of profane swearing; :a description: o., the qrodue-t I?iops ;i:drexports of.Arabi o; a descriplion :of' the various tribes.of quadrupeds which' hive ibeein 'hibherto.liscovered to exist in the colony of New South Wales, or on t...
Religious Intelligence. NEW SOUTH WALES AND CHINA CONTRASTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
SeTigiou0 3lIntelliget cte . UNV EW"'SOUTH WALES AND CHINA CONTRASTED... :Ci; 'A semi-barbarous state, knows that opium is poison, ahndforbids its: manufacture and importation. New South Wales, a penal colony of a civilized' Europeanlstate. knows spirit to be poisonous, and hallows its importation and manifacture. :Chjnaknows that opium is an intoxicating drug, andlthat its use is destructive of morals, of. property, :ad..an ofpublicpeace, it therefore denounces it.:: i :New,Sputh'Wales knows"the same of spirit,'yet molt cordiallyembraces it. : ": ' China Would prevent the dissolute habits engen".. deredby opium, froni being formed. New South Wales cultivates the habits ad fosters the propensities" creit'ed by spirit ; it le'glizes the : ale?:' of :spirit, and' patronizes that sale by the. estabb. Ii?Liient :of houses for' its distribution, throughout the land. lin these particulirs, which .is the "more * civilized 'Government of the two .. . w Tih wisdom _of Josepl (taught of God),...
Original Poetry. ON HEARING THE NIGHTINGALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
3'r - @04 Lr:i ýIh-EARING TH-IE -NIGHTINGAE .' u:r-..T's c?rtains are fallingtrouhfd the wide dome, ,."nd mother biid', calling yokang wanderers omni e,' a 11ie hu6rble-bee: singing comnes out q, the rose, ?nd throu.h; ihe woods ringing his -urfew 'he goes: Fio pipe on the mountain,, no stepi in the vale,,,. 'ite moon rn,the:fountain looks 'plendidly pale, ;?. U:: ih! 'hush': the dark river is litting its waves : s'e'blv?Gi;;whre for ever the hoarse torrent raves. uAu no f us the wild flower sighing for morn,. -hen -:again in sun-hours fresh birds shall be.born, on. grove of green willows; 'tis they that complain, ,.As the wind their green billows sweep over again, :Yet such souids,are far sweeter than heire can have birth;. : : . - 'uch isounds:aie .more meet for heaven than earth, '1liiwien ce are their. numbers? Why,waken they ? whe- n :- :when . . . . . , .: ' ;- , Lg or?row ?;hath slumber;? Look down lin the "len Shere's a tree hanging over the bend of that stream, :;iliroubgh`...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
A . L ýYLe'S .' I A UTZON. PFirnAY, January 1, Lyons .on the Premises Cottage -in Pitt Street.i Friday, January 1, Lloyd, at d'the. ShipL ':Inn ILiverpool.; Furniture and sunidries. ::'; 'r 'Satuiday, Jrnuary 2, Lyons,. at: Grose'sstores,= ltMionday. January 4, Lyonis,., at1 How's .l. stores, .lerchandise. : Tuesday, January 5; of t/de,' ?tihe_' London. T avern ;i arm at the Nelson. STuesday, January 5, Polackk, at.?the London 'Tavern; farm at Hunter's i~ive. , I Tiursdav, January 7 Lyon, Ly at' his?;? rooms IPhaeton. a ' Friday, January 8, Polack, at the 'King's harf iCutterA dventure. . ' Wednesday, January 20, Blackman, at, Maitland ; Horses, Sheep, and Cattle. .
TEMPERANCE SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
T: EMPER.ANCE SHIP. T rE hal1e, Wolf, belonging 'to Messr.' Walker and o:., his libeen fitted outlfor the Sperm Whale fishery, and has proceeded to the whaling grounds, ?as a.Temperance.Shii. This is the first insiance o'f,tlie kind that has occurred, in ihis port, and its is doubtless'` highlyy creditable :to .te owners, as( wvell:as to the:captain and crew. There was ,no difficulty ,found in..procuringimen. for ..the voyage on the Temperance ,principle, and if the example were only tobe generally followed by ship-owners in the" colony, a very great 'diminution -of .the enormous evils 'arising from' the prevalence 'ofi intemiperance, both by 'sea and land, would be lthegratifying rebu'lt. :We 'houdld have .said more on the siubjedt at present, but as we have a press; of matter for this number, and as we intendc dis cussing ihe subject of .the importation'and con sumption of ardent spirits 'in this colony very shortly, under the !head of. Colonial Politics, to which we conceive it p...
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
TUESDAY,' DECEMBER. 29. VrABLEs--Potatoes, 10s. to 14s.4er cwt. Cab bai 2d. to 3d. each. Cauliflowers 3d. to 4d. each. Tips and Carrots, 3d. per bunch. Onions, ,lid. to per lb. Celery, 4d. per bundle. Cucumbers, 4dch. Broad beans, is. to Is. 3d. per peck. Frh ditto, Is. 3d. to is. 6d. per ditto. ·Other kitthe same price as on Friday. Pouiltry-Fowls, 3s;. to 5s. per couple. Ducks, 5s. 6d. 6s. per dii Geese, 8s. to 10s. per ditto. Roasting Pigs, 3s!4s. each. Eggs, Is. 9d. per dozen. Butter, (sl ls. 2d. to is. 10d. per lb. Ditto, (fresh) 2s: 6der ditto. Salt Pork, 8d. per lb. Hams, Is. petto. Cheese, 8d. to 9d. per lb. Soap, 7d. Cles, 8d. per ditto. Bread, per 2-lb. Loaf 5d. FI--Apples, 3d. to 12d. per dozen. Pears, 3d. to, per ditto. Butchers' Meat-Beef, 4d. to 5d. p0. per joint; Mutton, 4d. to 5d. per ditto ditto. Vjand Pork, 9d. per ditto ditto. Oaten Haiy, 1 o 151. per ton. Natural Grass;' 131. per 'on. 1V, 7s. 6d. per bushel. Oats, 4s. 6d. per ilitto. _Wt Straw, 28s. to 30s. per l...
Markets. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
. ,THURSDAY, DEC MBER 24. VEdGIABLES-Potatoes, 10s. t(I2s. per cwt. Cab bagei2d. to 3d. each. Cailiflowers, 3d. ,to 4d. each, Turnips and Carrots, 3i. per bunch. Celery, 3d. E bundle. Onions, 3d per lb. Leeks -1d. per knch.' Cucumbers, 6d. to 8d. each." ]road beanls. 6d. per peck. Freich ditto, 2s. per ditto. Peas2s. per ditto. Fruit-A?pples, 6d. to Is. 3d. per dozei Pears, 6d. to 9d. per ditto. Plums, Is. per ditto Apricots, 9d. to Is. pae ditto. Gooseberries, 4d. s. per quart. Orange, 2s. to 3s. per dozen Leums, 6d. to Is. per ditto. Green Gages, Is. 3d. per do. Mulberries s. 3d, per quart. Poultry Fowi 4s. to;Ss. per couple. Ducks, 5s. 6d. to 6s. per ýo. Geese, 10s. per ditto. Turkeys, 12s. to 16s. r ditto. Roasting pigs,_3s. to 4s. 6d. Salt buittl s. 8d. to 2s. per lb. Fresh ditto, 2s. 6d, per ditto Eggs, Is. 9d. to 2s. per dozen. Cheese, 8d. to 9ier lb. Butchers' meat-Beef per carcase, 2d. fld. per lb. Mutton per ditto, 3d. per ditto. HayBest Oaten, 121. per ton, 'Natural Grass...
DISGRACEFUL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835
DISGRACEFUJL ROBBERY. The Australian oflast i riday reports the astound ing intelligence, that Mr..Francis Stephen's dray was robbed :of thirty 'pounds of butter!! !' by I three armed;. bushrangers !t; large ;party. of mounted police i are :after, the. scoundrels. ,.This at. once accounts.-for: the rise .in, butter, which, took :placealast week. - iHolders pare-,firm:in con sequence. ,.We have -not:heard' how many bul locks were in the team; 'but, ,if the -latest "in te'lligence 'an :be relied' on, there.were at -least: seven. The unfortunate gentleman is* inconso-. lable for his'loss, and serious apprehenisions were entertained for the first t.hee days. 'iMr. Hardy and Mr. Itow, 'looked' unutterable things and tried to coniforti themourner, biut 'all' would not do., The miedical attendants have recoimmended a visit to'the Punch. ,Boicl. ,'