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FORM OF LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

I JFOTOT OF liEKSE. " I HEItEAS, in pursuance -of an Act of Ihe Governor, with the advice ofithele gillative-Council, ptssrodbithsseceotid year or mc reign or King William 4be t-otmli, intiluletl, "Ali Act for repealing io much of an Acl, intiluled ' An Act to continue until further provision «hall be made, certain duties, toll», r«ics, fee« and rtlli«r Forms of money imposed by the Oervemors of New South Wale», and for other purposes, as «elates to the levy- ing toll» in New South Wales; and Tor raising a fond towards imikiiig-.-repairingend.upliölding'publicTrraäs, bridges and ferries, and <lor regulating Hit collection of tolls thereon ," the toll and doe« authorises! by tile said act,-arising and to be collected and received at the turnpike gale called gate, sitnut« nt Z. (or lit lite terry over lite rieer Y. at X., ..» «lie -case-may be) in the Colony aforesaid, were, on ihe flay of Intt, pul uji io be leased, by public -auction,*ur the term ot calendar months, from ...

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Government Notice. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 11th MARCH, 1832. MARKET DUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

Oroverninent Notioe COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFMCE, SYDNEY, 11th MARCH, 1832. MARKET DUES. TO be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Police Office of Sydney, ou Monday, the 2Gth day of March instant, at one o'clock, the Does arising from the following Markets for three months, commencing Hie 1st day of Apiil next (1812), viz. Sydney, inclnding the New Cattle Market, and Parramatta Including the Pound ; to be put up in separate lots, and each Lessee to enter into a bond, with two responsible sureties, for the regular payments of the rent, in equal monthly instalments, before the expiration of seven days oller the end of each month. Further partictrlars may be obtained by apply. ing at the office of the Collector of Internal Revenue. By Command of His "Excellency die Governpr, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.'"

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, j To Otc Editors of the Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN, I have observed in your paper of the 19th current, under thavhe/fd of proceedings of the Legislative Council? far Thursday week, a notifi- cation to the following effect, viz. : " That His Excellency the Governor be re- quested to communicate to the Right Honourable the Secretaiy of State, tb» opinion of this Coun- cil, that the charges against the Protestant Episcopal Clergy of the Colony, contained in the letter addrest>ed by Dr. Lang to Viscount Gode- rich, were unfounded and unwarrantable; and j that the publication of the samo wa» a highly ' improper and censurable act." The alleged charges refct red to in this reso- lution of the Legislative Council wero contained in a paragtaph of a letter on the subject of Emi- gration to this Colony, which I did myself the honour to address to the Right Honourable Lord Goderich, in the month of December, 1830. Tho passage in question having given offence to the Co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

DIED. On Saturday week, at his residence in Pitt-street, Mr. Alexander Hunter. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

THE Undersigned has ON SALE, Fine CLARET, in S and 4 dozen Cases, . , Fine PORT, in Hhd». A: quat ter Casks, .Fine SHERRY, do. do. Fine MADEIRA, do. do. PORT, in 3 dozen Cases, RUM, in Puncheons and Hilda. ALSO Patent Weighing Machines, and Japanned Earthenware, in Crates [Weights, Stained Paper Hangings Starch Hats and Bonnets One of Sykes' largest and best Hydrometers, with extra Glasses. JOHN BUTTS. No. l8, King'itreet, Sydney. i PRIME HOBART. TOWN APPLES MESSRS. KIRK, WOOLLEY and KIRK, have just received some of the finest APPLES ever imported into Sydney. Families may be supplied by the Bushel, it their Warehouse, 73, George-street, on the most moderate terms. They have likewise re- ceived a large consignment of Raspberry Vinegar, Raspberry Jam, and Currant Jelly. By late arrivals, Loaf Sugar, Rice, Coilee, Pickles, and Preserves, ia addition to their large Stock of Italian and Grocery Stores. Families sending their written orders, will be 1 punctually attended to. ? MANUFACTOR...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-Charlotte M'Coy stood charged with causing the devil to pay in her master's house, for which infraction of good manners, she was ordered to try Mrs. Gordon's'discipline for a month. Jemima Jenkins, for showing off in company with half a dozen good sort of fellows, who were treating her to gin and bitters, was sent to the usual place for such characters, for one month. Henry Fisher, for kicking, his, master,on the   leg, against the form of the statute. The master stated a long list of grievances which he had submitter to from his undutiful servant Harry, and tnen exhibited his leg to the Bench. The J. P's. much admired the contour of the calf, and regretted that such a ruffian should have dared to alter the shape. Harry declared, if he had known his master piqued himself upon his legs, he would not have committed the assault in question. Ten days tread, tread, treading. TUESDAY.-Elizabeth Smith, for being as smart in her replies as tartaric aci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ") Sydney, 6t. ¡per Qww*er.~Single Numbers, Id. J Comttry,(jmitage ùtciuàed)6s.Sd, per Quarter, y TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Line» and uudtr, Sts.iid., nnd \it. . each, for ntl above ; for every insertion. Tor Liverpool Direct. THE very fast sailing, first class bri«:, BHE79DÀ, 255 ton». is soon expected from Uob&rt Town, with a good portion of Iver "return cargo on board, «titi a» she r> Wider engagement to SKI I shortly after her arrival, intending passengers and shippers are requested to apply immediately tb WM. MORGAN, Prwce-atreèt. "ft. fe.1-The BRENDA in a very superior conveyance ftnrpa»sen¡rers,botli cullin and steerage, being provided ?wirti patent Irght. air [»nits; and na Liverpool fe Wie chief outlet to-the inanutaxturii* districts, the »aperi ority of thut port as a market for wools cannwl be Suesttoncd, particularly since the formation of the nil Road, which bring* it tnthm foixr boor» rtdo of leeds ant) its neighbourhood. FOR ...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 26th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Seet am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 2Gth, 1832. "Steorn to no Master, of no Sect am I." Having been repeatedly importuned by many of our Subscribers, both in town and country, to* publish twice'a week, that we may keep pace with the interesting events and.pohtics of the Mother Country, and that a larger portion of our columns may be devoted to the literature of the day, which we are in a great measure compelled to omit, wc beg to state, that we have made such arrangements as will lead to the ac- complishment of that end. "We are desi- rous, however, that our leadersbhoukldis- tinctly understand, that this arrangement will not be carried into effect without their unanimous concurrence. , , We commenced tlhVJournal as a weekly paper, and have in that capacity, with all its disadvantages, experienced an unprece- dented share of public patronage, which it is now our mósfearnest desire to increase and perpetuate. We have requested our agents to use such means as will enable us speedily to a...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 10th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

I Sovtersisaent Notice; I Colonial Seci Olary VOffrce, Sydney, 10th Maroh, 1S3*. HIS ERcelloncy the GOVERNOR has "been pleased to direct tbeprtbltcation of ..be-gnwal objects afilie following Bill, now tin -der the consideration of the Legislative Council. By iii» Excellency's Cemmanii, A.UÍX AND atti M'LEAT. " A Rill for preventing the extension of the contagious .Disorder commonly called the Scab or Mange in Sheep-or Lambs in tire Colony of New South Wales." it is ftroposed to establish the following tegu Jaliaos, with a view of preventing the extension of tiris disorder. Any person who shall depasture sheep infect ed'with«cab,ior'having been BO within six months, «tn land not belonging to, or rented by bim, or 6uaU drive tirera upon any road, or depasture them within a quarter of a mile «f tire same, to be Liable, on conviction before any one Justice of <tbe Peace, to a penalty -not exceeding five shillings for each sheep. Persons wilfully, or through neglect, earning ...

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Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XII.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. . (No. X11.) By His Excellency Major General Richard Bourke, Captain General and Governor in Chief, ace. &c. An Act for repealing so much of an Act,- inti j tuled, " An Act to continue, until further ' provision shall be made, certain duties, tolls, rates, feet, and other sums of money imposed by the Governors of New South Wale*, and for other purposes ;" as relates to the levying tolls in New South Wales, and for raising a fund towards making, repairing, and uphold- ing public roads, bridget, and ferries, and for regulating the collection of tolls thereon. j T7E7HEREAS an Act of the Governor, I ti willi the advice of the Legislative Council, I was passed In the sixth year of the reign of King Oeorge the fourth, intituled, " An Act to con linne, until further provision shall be made, eenuin duties, tulls, rales, fees, and ot...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLENCE A new coach was started on Sunday, by Mr. Hart, for Parramatta. It is named the Queen Adelaide, and was built by Mr. Urquhart, of George-street. The Government have come to the determina- tion of breaking up the establishment at Eagle Farm, Moreton Bay, on account of its unhealthy situation, caused by its proximity to a swamp. The short sentence-men are to be forwarded to Port Macquarie, to work on the roads, &c. Those of long sentence are to remain. A very pretty turn-up took place in Sydney on St Patrick's Day, between Boatswain, a na- tive black, and a seaman of a vessel in harbour. -The black showed such superior science, that the tar was obliged to strike his colors. Boatswain ia open to tight any one of his weight, for £50 aside-the mouey on his part being ready. No person can be found who will tender for making the Emu Punt. The north gallery seats in St. James's Church, are now thrown open to the public. A detachment of the 4th, or King's Own, pro...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

MAHKETS. THURSDAY, MAHCII 29. The market was well stocked this morning, considering the state of the roads, which wtre heavy. About 1CS0 bushels of wheat were dis- posed of, from 4s. 3d. to 5B. 6(1. per bushels. Maize was a fraction lower. Other grain at our last. Vegetables were abundant. Potatoes lower than last week. Dairy produce a shade lower: Colonial leaf tobacco at good prices, and in demand. Cattle and butcher's meat without alteration. Soap, candles, and the raw article, stationary. London porter and ale still maintain very high prices. Horses for the saddle, more in demand than last week. Wools, of good quality, in request for exportation. Settlers on this side of the Mountains are engaged in break- ing up their wheat lands.

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 17th instant, B. P. rum, 70 230 gallons ; brandy, 25,495 gallon«; gin, 0,926 gallons; other spi- rits, 4,933 gallons ; tobacco, 56.002 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. rum, nil. Delivered for hume consumption, B. V. rum, 4,910 gallons; brandy, 337 gallons ; gin, 280 gallons; to- bacco, 1,203 pounds. Delivered for exportation, tobacco, 81 pounds. Stock on hand loth inst.,B. P. rum, 74,320 gallons ; brandy, 25,159 gallon»; gin, 6,646 gallons; oilier spirits, 4,933 gallons; tobacco, 54,718 pounds. March VJ, IDS«.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-STRATIIFIELDSAV, 447 tons, M. Phillips agent, this day. Launceston-THISTLE, 58 tons, George Bunn agent, 28th instant. Batavia-PVRAMUS, 361 tons, Lamb and Co. agents, eoih instant. London-CAROLINE, 300 toni, Dawe», Gore, nnd Co; agents, 10th April. -DRYADE, 2G0 tons, Marsden and Flower agent», loth April,

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Vessels entered outwards from the 19th to the 26th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

Vessels entered outwards from the 19th to the 20th instant, inclusive. -ID.-LOUISA, 245 tons, R. Jone» and Co. agents, South Seas. -23.-FLORA, S59 ton». Dawe», Gore, and Co. agents, Bntnvin. ^nT,So«ThC^.PACKliT' 2I°t0n" ''*->. «_

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EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 19th to the 26th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from ihe 19th to the 2Ct7» Tnst., inclusive. STRATHFIELDSAY, 476 tons, Harrison master, for London, 220 pieces blue gum, 33 pieces cedar, 7000 treenails, 246 bales wool, 7 casks and 66t)loosc hides, 6500 horns, 1700 tips, 10,500 hoofs, 7000 bones, 1 case brandy, 720 bales flnx, 88 pieces whalebone, 1200 lbs. old copper, II cases, 2 quarter casks wine, 995 bundles ratlans.a case» specie, and »tore».

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'Several valuable communications have been re- ceived. They will be inserted in our next paper. .. We have received Hobart Town Papers, but want of room prevents us from inserting their ecu tents.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th March, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct that the Department of Public Works at Sydney shall consist of the following Department, from the 1st of next month, vis.- , Architect-Mr. Ambrose Hallen; | Clerk of Works-Mr. William Buchanan ;   Clerk and Storekeeper-Mr. Thomas Connolly ; and Gatekeeper --_ By His Excellency's Command,   ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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JOHN MARSH'S SALE, 25th OCTOBER, 1831. Ex Norval. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

I JOHN MARSH'S SALE, 25th OCTOBER, 1931, I Ex Norval. JO, 39 Bales, I» Jjd a If lOd ; DR, 4. Is Old ; E, 34. 1« 2jd a IslOd. Ex Cralc'evar, E. 23, It 2d a Is Sid ; JG.«, Is 2d ; FAX,. 22. Is ii a ls7jd; ABS.fi, Is 8ri a Is 10>1; VJ, Is 4Jd a Is' 5d ¡ B. 5. Is7d; PM, Is 3d a Is 8jd ; MR, 16, Is 5>d a Is 10; P, 0, Is 6Jd a Is gd ; JC, 28, Is 4}d a ts fijd ; W, 5, 2s ; O, R. Is 2d nt Is fid ; Ot,.1, Is 7}d a Is 8|d; SK, 2, l«5»d R, .18, Is Id a I».Id; Dg, lfi. Is 7jd n is id ; ALS, 1, is lod ; AL 2, 3. Is 3} a It fijd. Ex Craigievar, L8, ls7d alsflJH ; WD», 8, is fid s Is 10Jd, Ex Andromrdn, JH. IS, Is4}d a Is i)d; lill, 77. Is 3d »2s Id; JO,6. Is Cd a Is Bri ; R. 4g, latin 1» fid. Ex Resource arid Medway, MB, 34,1»4{d als9d; P, 1, Is Sid ;V,6. Is «t<l a Is rd ; E.7. '»Mi P.II.lsCtda l*4d;HG, 30. Is 4td « Is 7d ; JA. 10, Is 0.1 » is 8d ; EL, 6, Is 7d n Is 9d ; MPM, 7, 1 Id a Is Sid ; P, 4, It 3d ; E, 3, 4s 4Jd ; M, 3, Is 4ld - Total, 389 Bair». J. T. SIMES & CO...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 27, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 27, 1832. H IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the appointment of John Williams, per " Marquis of Huntly," to be Constable, (and to act as Scourger) nt Inverary, under the Government Order, No. 12, of the 23rd of Mny, 1832. By Ills Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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