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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS,-The Nelson, whaler, which arrived in this Port on Monday   last, experienced nothing but a series of bad luck from her first leaving this Port for the whaling ground ; having ten days after sailing been compelled to put back with loss of rudder. On her second attempt, considerable time was lost by Capt. David in bringing up part of the America's wreck, and which he found on coming to Sydney could not be retained by him, the wreck having been sold for the benefit of the underwiiters; this and other disappointments, it is supposed, hastened the death of Capt. D., who expired three days after going to sea the third time ; and shocking to relate, some short time since, the chief officer, an active young man, met an untimely and instantaneous death by a blow from a large whale, while he was in the act of fastening to it. As Shakespeare says,   " misfortunes seldom come singly, but in bat-   talions," fo...

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Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832

Van Diemen's Land News. By the Elizabeth, Capt. Craigie, we have received the "Hobart Town Courier" to the   3rd of March, and the "Independent'' from Launceston to the 18th of February; from which we make the following Extracts : Arrived on Tuesday the 14th instant, the transport ship Elizabeth, Capt. John Craigie from Portsmouth 18th October. Arrived on Tuesday the 14th inst. the barque Merope, 311 tons, Capt. Briggs, from the Mau- ritius 17th Dec. with a cargo of sugar and other goods.- Passengers Lieut. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson, Mr. C. Innis, Master Robison, Mrs Briggs and servant. Arrived yesterday afternoon, from Sydney, 7th inst. the Research, Capt. Ogilvie. Sailed on Thursday the 16th instant, the ship Vibilia, Capt. R. Stephenson. Arrived on Tuesday the 14th, the sloop Liberty,     about 20 tons burthen, Peter Peterson, Master, from Desolation, with 130 seal skins, navigated by 14 of the crew of the South sea whaler Betsey and Sophia....

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th March, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Captain George Mason, 4th Regiment, to be a Magistrate of the Territory. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832

MARRIAGES.—By special license, on Tuesday last, at St. James's Church, by the Reverend Richard Hill, George Cavenagh, Esq. youngest son of Major Ca-, venagh, of the County of Wexford, to Jemima Caro- line, youngest daughter of the late Mr. William Smith, of the Commissariat Department. At the Scotch Church, by the Reverend John McGar- vie, on Monday the 5th instant, Mr. John Hunter Cormach, to Miss Maria Fulloon, eldest daughter of Mrs. Raine, O'Connell-street.   On Thursday, by Special license, at Saint Phillips Church, John Webb, Esq., to Mary, eldest daughter   of Lieutenant William Bell, of the New South Wales Royal Veteran Companies. DIED.—At Flushcombe, the infant Son of R. Leth- bridge, Esq. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. %, KING STREET, SYDNEY   NEW SOUTH WALES.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "J Sydney, 5». per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Id. : Country,(pottage includedjßs.3d. per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight'Lines ami under, 2*. (id., and 1//.' each, for till abnvc; for ercry inicliion. For Liverpool Direot. THE very fast sailing, flrst class brig-, BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, with a good porlion ofher return cargo on board; Anil ns she is under engagement to suit Shortly after lit r arrival, intending passengers and Shippers are requested to apply immediately to WM. MORGAN, Ptince-atreet. N.B.-The BRENDA it avery superior conveyance for passengers, bolh cabin and steerage, being proi ided willi patent light air ports; and as Liverpool is the chief outlet lo the manufacturing district«, the superi- ority of tli.U port ns a mai kit for wools cannot he questions 1, paiticularly since the formation of the Kail Ilond, wjiicli brings it within four hours ride of Leeds and it».neighbourhood, FOR LONDON DIRBOT, Unde...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several Letters addressed to the Office of the Sydney Herald, have been returned to the Post Office, Sydney ; the postage not having been paid by the parties who sent them. All Letters addressed to the Office of the " Sydney Herald," must be post paid, or they will not be received.

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

ORDERS OF THE DAY. I FRIDAY, MARCH' 23. 1. Sheep Bill; second reading. FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1. Council met pnnuant to adjournment-His' Excellency tile Governor in the Chair. The Archdeacon, aa Chairman, brought up the report or the Emigration Committee. Report received, ind ordered to lie on the table. 2. Council resolved itself into a Committee, sod passed the following resolution ; that a sum not exceeding 30001. be appropriated to defray tbe expense of bringing out mechanics and la- bourers from England, under the direction of the Commissioners for Emigration sitting in London. 3. Connell resumed, and His Excellency the Governor laid upon the table-, " A Bill for apply- ing certain sums arising from the revenue receiv ible in New Sonth Wales, to the service of tile said Colony for the year one thousand eight hun- dred and thirty-two, and for farther appropriating the said revenue." Bill read a first time ; or- dered to be printed, and read a second lime on Tnesday next. Council Adjo...

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS ' OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAYT^ARCH. 15, 1832. 1. Conseil met pursuant to adjournment. HU Excellency the Governor took the Chair, and laira upo'n'thë table the Customs Oath« Bill ii amended by the Council in Committee, having approved of those amendments. Bill read a third time, and'passed. . 2. Slaughtering Bill; .read a third time, and passed. . ' . S. Harket Dues Bill ; road a second time ; committed and amended, and ordered to be fairly transcribed and carried to the Governor by the Colonial Secretary and Comptroller of Customs, for His Excellency's consideration. 4. Council having resolved itself into a Com- mittee, the following resolutions were passed :_ ' That « tum Dot exceeding £600 be appropriated in »ut of a; iiinll»r: »pm aabaenbed by the inhabitant! to enUrie SI. J«»es"i Church, Sydney. That s tom not exceeding: £8000 be appropriated to meet ide pftvmenls which may be required to Complete the lona ol ¿3300 recommended lu be made for the e...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY.-Before Judge Stephen and th usrtal CcWmiasion.. - Michael Hogan ant! Johri Collins, (two soldiers vere indicted for attempting to commit an un natural crime, at - Parramatta, on the Und o March.-'-GniUji"'Sentenced to be imprisoned ii Windsor Jail for 12 months and kept to. hare labour. . . Brian Mnllins was indicted for stealing tw< ilankets the .property of the King, at Paramatta in the 2Hth February, and Patrick Keith for re eiving the said blankets well knowing them tc lave been before feiouiously stolen. The Jury not being able to agree the prisoners were dis iharged. Mr. Rowe defended the prisoners. Stephen Larkin and Owen Rooney were jointly ndicted for a robbery, in the dwelling house ol - Levy, at Sydney, on the 12th January. Tbl irisoners were found gnilty of stealing under the slue o(£S and remanded. Before Jndge Dowling and Messrs. Manning nd G. Innis,-Assessors; Hyland and another v. Brooks.-This was an dion...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

I ORDERS OF THE DAY. ? TUESDAY, MARCH 20. IAppropriation Hill ; second reading. FRIDA v, MARCH 23. Sheep Bill ; second reading. E. DEAS THOMSON, Clerk of the Council.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I ARRIVALS. I r rom fort stephens, ou sunday last, tue cut- ter Lambton. From Newcastle, the same day, the brig Mary and Elizabeth. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From London and Plymouth, on Thursday last, haying left the latter place the 27th of Nov. the ship habilla, (579 tons) Captain Wiseman, with 224 male prisoners. Thomas Gallaway. Esq. Surgeon Superintendent. The guard con- sists of 38 non-commissioned officers and privates of tile -Uh regiment, 4 women, and 9 children, under thc command of Captain Clark. Passen- ger, Lieutenant Hilton, 39th regt. . . DEPARTURES. Vor Port Macquarie, on Friday week, the cut- ter SarnA. On Sunday last, for Launceston, the brig Yare. Lading; horses and merchandize. Passengers; T. Nowlan, Esq., Mr. A. Smith, Mrs. Sylvester, and Master Blaxland, in the cabin, together with 17 steerage passengers. For the.sperm fishery, the same day, the ship Lady 'Blackwood. For New Zealand, the same day, the sh...

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

Weekly meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variatlnm of the THERMOME- TER, daring the past Weelt, in Sydney, at 6 la the ntonnng. ftt noon, and at 6 O'Clock in the evening. Thur.. |C ..n> Misty Friday Cloudy er Eby H Fine fine S F Cloudy CS Mean Temperature. 70.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

DIARY. Memoranda for the prêtent Week. 9 I M I C. Lt uron b. 173!).. ? j 5 57 | 6 3 I 9 3u Tide 9 50 ttl 1 W I Bennrtict.I >. 59 I a 1 I I" 45 1 ll 0 gg j T I Port» Bell» taken 174p I 6 0|6 0 | lt 1611 i~3S 84 I S |Q. Jilnanelll d. 1603.. lo £ I a 56 j 0 39 j 2~4C 15 I S 1 Sd SooUuy in Lent. .. | 6 3 | 5 57 [ 111| S 55 La« quarter 2Uh day, 46 min. put 6 in the evening.

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

FOXICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-John Howell waa'palled ap to the' baron a charge of being a bolter from Argyle fhire, and drunk the previous evening, at which time he was attempting to delade a lady of the Pavé, with "Will voa come to the bower that I've shaded for you - when a-Charley politely intimated that his company was required at the watch-house, " don't you wish you may get it," said John, offering to show fight ; come, come, said Charley, follow me, and John did follow, thinking it would be better for him; John was sent to trip-it on the light fantastic toe for seven days. TUESDAY.-Mary Jackson, "A warm day this" to be shown np for one hour. Henry Martin, for being captured in the very : act of rousing up his Master's handmaiden, at the midnight hour, with " wake dearest, wake," and. endeavouring to gammon that he was walking in his sleep, and had by accident stumbled into the bed-room of the fair Mary ; was ordered to cool his blood by 7 days residence in a cell, on bread and wa...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 19th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

Tlie Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 19th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Seel am ]." By the "Isabella" we have completed our liles of English Papers up to the 25th of November, 1831, from which we lay before our readers the following- particu- lars : A Proclamation has been i aa a ed by His Majes- ty for suppressing political Unions, usurping the fonctions of Government under the pretence of preierving the public peace. The London jour- nals regret that this Proclamation has been so long delayed, as these societies have not only been professedly recommended, but some parties have been vehement in urging the further step of their military organization, under the name or " preservative gfuards". The King hos issued his proclamation, and ^Parliament is Io meet tor the despatch of holtness on tito 6tli December. In a second supplement to the Gazette of Fri- day, an order*)/ Council liai appeared, which rendel» U compulsory «pon every city, town, or place, within Hie United Kingdom, to e...

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PRICES OF STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

PHICES OF STOCKS. BRITISH STOCKS, Nov. Î4, 1831_Bank Hock, IS! 3 per cent. red. anni., 81J1 i per cent cot». Mi»., Wi 3 ÜS ¡3i per cent an.i>. (1818),Billi; 'i P« cent red. omi»., 88} jj; new 3i V'< ann-., OOMU; * «ni anni. (I8«6) JIU JO ; Ions uunailie», exp. 5lh jan. I860, IC 710 4; long anni., exp. Kuli October, 1859, lGf 716; .lau. SOy.an.Slh Jan. lefio, 16} ll 16; India alock, 198} gj; Suuth Sea »tock, 9ÎJ; ditto new annuities, ali ; India bond», 2 3 4 di». ; Cunaol» for account. 8.1J 3ji|. XXCHEQUKIl BILL.-£1 000,67 5 pm.'; £100, 67 S pm- ; sniull, 7 8 5 pm., advertised, 6 pin. FOKtIGN FUN D.S.-Brazilllan bundi, 5 per cciil, 4*1 ; Colombian bondi. (IB2-I). 6 per cent, I3¿} ; n...«ja., bo:id.(l8«S). 3 pei cent, WJJ loo; bpnnlih bunn«. 5 per cent, 15 ; French rente», 3 per cent, fiof Oat 50c 09f 50c ; exchange, -.'5t'20c¡ Dutch exchange, 12 gull,. Si per cent. 43il. SHARKS.-Anglo-Mexican, 14; United Mexican, 3} ; Guardian Axurance Company,«); Weit India Dock., 108;...

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Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

Van Diemen'« Land New«. It ought to b« nore generally known than it tee rn» Lo bc, tbat by the last order in Council, regard- ing the trade with America, all British port» in these sf as are open, to their, commerce. Au unhappy difference exists between Sir Jame* Carmichael smith, Governor of thc Bahamas, and the Legislative Assembly, on account af hu hav- ing pa Til ti ti eil some slaves, a step which the Assembly rcpie*ented'MS encouraging a spirit nf refractoriness m the slavu population. The year 1831 will long be memorable for Ute lhafii ol death, and th« disciples of Malthas and the hypochondriacs nf over population will have came lo »ault thai more thon two millions. In Jest than Jil months, have be»»n thinned from the human race. We'latelyTecorded in our column» the expul- sion at the l«t General Assembly of the Church of Scotland of no less than four clergymen who had preached or promulgated heterodox opinion*. Among them was the Rev. Edward Irving so celebrated /or a Dole ...

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ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. At thc last meeting for thc seasen of this inte- resting and valuable society, Mr. Barrow in the chair, it was agreed that Hi« Majesty'! donation of fifty guineas should be presented to Richard and John Lander at the first general meeting in November next, in compliment to their memor- able geographical discoveries. Some extract* from their Journal were also read ; of which we annex the substance. The Travellers, as we have previously mentioned, passed overland through the Yarriba country from Badagry to Kiáma, their route varying a little from that pur- sued by Captain Clapperton, and lying through forests of large trees, morasses, and m wilderness' of stnnted wood, interrupted at intervals by patch- es of cultivated land. Near Kiáma tbe country was rich, and covered with fine trees and luxuriant grapes ; abounding with deer, antelopes, and wild asses, as well aa with more ferocious animals -lions, leopards, and elephants. Buffaloes were not seen, but th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "j fe, 6». per Quart§r.~Single Numbérs, 7tf. -J fVt (pottage included JO». 3d. per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Linea ahd under, 2n. (id., and I rf. each, for all abnvc ; for every insertion. :'¿ I For Liverpool Direct. ' %E very fast sailing, first class brig, \ ti REND A, 255 tons, is soon expected from vi it Town, with a good portion of. lier return cargo Mrdi nnrl M the ls ander engagement tn »nil I ly after her arrival, intending passengers and ¡ «rs «re requested to apply Immediately lo ' ! WM. MORGAN, . j H Prince-atreet, ,, [ jp.-Tito BRENDA ii a very superior conveyanq ! assengert, both cabin and steerage, being provide ' I patent light air ports; and as tive rpool is t' '? J {outlet lo the manufacturing districts, the .opj'* fVof that port at a market for wools cannot' s tinned, particularly since Hie formation oilf J t Woad, which brings lt within fonr hours rif J f> and Its neighbourhood. '_ í FOR LONDON DIRBOT, / ytcr engagemen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832

WITHOUT RESERVE --OOO-? SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS. On Tuesday the 20th Instant, at Eleven o'clock, at his Stores, No. 75, George- j street. ONE Excellent GIG, 3 cases gentle- men'! unrl boy's hals, 1 hales nf cannie wick, Io bags' white-sugar, «0 pieces beaverteen, corduroy and velveteen, 50 pieces . English prim, 3 pieces linen sheeting, with A great variety ot other C Terms made known at the time of sale. r- SAXE BT AUCTION. ~~ Elegant English Household Furniture, Cut Glass, Looking Glasses, Cliina, Delph, Plate and Plated Ware. Also, some choice and elegantly hound Boohs, BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, On FRIDAY & SATURDAY, the 23rd and 24th instant, at II o'clock precisely, at the residence of D. A. C. G. Wilson, Elizabeth-street, Race Course. THE FURNITURE comprises a very handsome English rosewood sofa, work Uble and tea caddy; drawing room curtains; ma .hogany, dining, Pembroke, and card tables j chiffo- nier, chimney glass, toilet glass. 4 post bedsteads, ward- robe...

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