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EXTRACTS. THE CHARTIST PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

¥$ f'-r iff EXTKAOTS THE CHARTIST PETITION. SPEECH of Sir Robert Peel, in opposing the motion that Counsel be heard at the bar of the House in support of the Chartist Pe- tition : Sir,--I hope I should have been exposed to no misconstruction if I had remained silent,' , yet, from the course which this 'debate has taken, I am unwilling to expose myself to the hazard of a misconstruction, or to shrink from the duty ol' declaring boldly and decidedly my opinions on the subject of this petition. Until I heard the construction put upon its prayer by the lion, gentleman (Mr. T. Dun- combe, we believe), I thought there had been two propositions to he considered by the house,-not quite consistent or compatible it ia true,-but still on the face of the document there appeared to be two proposals. . The one, that I should admit the petitioners to be heard, in order that they'might state their grievances by their counsel or agents, while the other appeared to be nu imperative demand that I shou...

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LAW INTELLIGNECE. SUPREME COURT—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.   WEDNESDAY.   BEFORE Mr. Justice BURTON. TRUSTEES CONFIRMED. The CHIEF COMMISSIONER moved the Court to confirm the appointment of the trustees in the following estates, respectively :-In the estate of Frederick Cookney-Walter Gray; in the estate of Robert Campbell-Nehemiah Rundle ; in the estate of Joseph Webb Ranulph Dacre, John Campbell, and John Morris; in the estate of Samuel Peek and Co. John Campbell and Jeremiah Murphy ; in the estate of Samuel Peek-Ranulph Dacre, John Campbell, and John Morris,. There being no objection, His HONOR ordered that such trustees should be con- firmed. PROVISIONAL' TRUSTEES. The CHIEF COMMISSIONER next moved the appointment of provisional trustees in the following estates :-In the estate of Robert Collins-Alexander Rollason ; in the estate of George Maughan-Alexander Rollason ; in the estate of William Singleton-George McKenna; in the estate of Robart Dawson Francis Mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to tins Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new {subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. r J* the Country.-No new Sub «¡ribers will be' received without half'd-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in, advance bein« £1 Us- 6d. per half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all futuie payments, loth for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all cases, whether in Town or ¡ Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due will be i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

??irrlara »xaMsoairca. ARRIVALS. From Batavia, yesterday, having left the 9th August, the brig Packet, 268 tont, Coptain Shirt ing, with sugar, rice, coffee, &c. Pas Ecngci-s-Mrs. Shirhng, and Mr. M'Lean. From Port Macquarie, yesterday, having left the preceding day, the steamer Maitland, 103 ton»,- Captain Parsons, with _ sundries. Passengers, from Port Macqunric, Major Innes, and W. Dalton, Esq. ; from Port Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Pike und family, and three in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

. MB MOBBTOB BAT, (A HG0LA* TRADER ) JAÍMT ^pHE fine first class schooner 1Sff& r EDWARD, jjaKfifl_i John Chambers, master. This »hirfSAV T.?"1U n<m ,oadin8 .' WUsw'a SKito1 the ,,t of 0Btotor- App>y o» IW< THOMAS AGARS, _Kent-street North. »O« lAUlCIIT». A&f\ T^HE fine fait-aailing schooner, ijSfW_ Be", tnsiter, will sail for the » ¡MS^VI , pSrt on Wedne»d*r. the ^¿UXir *-*.«*» A. B. 8MITH and CO.. ^ney, September 28. *"" 44*40 »OB IXBOAPOBB BIBBCV. AJTK *PHE FIRST-CLASS SHIP wîakX S0NS 0F COMMERCB, «^p/ 431 ton* register, Captain Wil ,5*EÖB» hams, will lui for Singapore on 1 ft October. For freight or p»uHe apply *e commander on board, or to |;j LYALL, SCOTr, and CO., Jamison-street. NOTICB TO SHIPPERS. >em .foiivkvioao-uoir 9*mse*r, ' THE barque AMWRLL clears Tc-morrow, Friday, tb¿e 30th instant. For freight or passage, apply to the master oa board, to William Tucker and Co., or to 4,3« J. B. METCAIFB. iratie« to .blppera and ViMsartn» ...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents. ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

BBwa rao» TBI IBTTBBXOB. (From our various Correspondent!. ILLAWARRA. THE most important, and the most unanimous meeting that has ever been in this district, was held on the 22nd instant, for the purpose of personally examining the mountain pass, and part of the mountain road leading to Ber- rima, in order that the doubts entertained by some, might be set at rest, and that those who had not previously surveyed the proposed line should be enabled to judge for them- selves, and be armed with those practical facts which are sometimes necessary to com- bat and at once defeat the stubborn or bold assertion of the few who may still wish to be sceptical of its practicability. It is truly gra- tifying to me, the projector of the road, to find that every persoiij who has taken the trouble to exercise the right of private judg- ment, has returned from his investigation fully satisfied that all which I have said from time to time on this subject, is literally cor- rect ; and all agree with the...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842

MAITLAND. AN Association, to be called the HUNTER'S RIVER SOCIETY, is in course of formation at Maitland. Its objects are, to diffuse literary, scientific, and general information, by means of public lectures, and the establishment of a well-selected library ; to encourage enquiry into the best methods of cultivating the land and developing all the resources of the Hunter River district, and to protect the in- terests of the agriculturist and grazier ; and to awaken a friendly and united feeling among the inhabitants of the district, to induce in- tercourse, to create and foster (particularly in the minds of the rising generation) a warm attachment to Australia, and a firm resolution to promote her prosperity. To carry out these objects a variety of rules are proposed, of which the following is one of the most im- portant :-   " That the Committee be requested to take measure for the establishment of an Agri- cultural Journal, as soon as the resources of the Society wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mb. (JARRUTHEns.-At the Mart, AVcst Mait- land, October 1, Horse, Saddles, Bridle, Ferry-boat, Household Furniture, ike. Ma. Turner.-Al Carlton Cottage Farm, near Paterson Township, October ), Leases, AVorking Bullocks, Cart, Ploughs, Farm Implements, Pigs, Poultry, Stores, House- hold Furniture, &c. Mr. Liscombe.-At Bathurst, October 10, Monthly sale of Stock. The Sheriff.-On the premises, Macquarie street, Parramatta, October 1, Household Furniture, Horse, Saddles, Bridles, &c. ; at Cross's Inn, AVindsor, October 3, Farm and Land, Wheat and Potatoe Crops, Cottage, &c. ; on the premises, near Windsor, Octo- ber 4, Cattle, Pigs, Plough, Dray, Hay, Household Furniture, &c. ; at the Victoria Hotel, Newcastle, October *, Allotment'of ' J'Snd, Cattle, Household Furniture, Arc.

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PARAGRAPH REFERRED TO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

I PARAGRAPH REFERRED TO. | " It was precisely in the same manner, vii., without invettigalion of any kind, without a hearing of his case, without even a shadow of justice, that the Rev. Mr. Keane, of Bathurst, was suddenly dragged like a culprit from the district in which ne had been previously settled for ten j ears and more, and ordered to Pitt Town by Bishop Broughton. He had had enemies at Bathurst (as who has not ?) who it Beciiis had complained of him, on some account or other; but he had warm friends there also, to whom, as well as to himself, a full and impartial investigation was unquestionably due. But nothing of the kind was permitted bli Bishop Broughton.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

BIRTH. At Ashfield Park, the 29th September, Mrs. Henry Halloran, of a son. DEATH. On the 28th instant, at Napoleon Cottage, Mr. George Frost, late of Aberdeenshire, Scotland. On the 24th instant, at Sad Walls, Mr. Robert Dykes, aged thirty-five years, leaving a wife and two children, and a large circle of friends, to deplore their loss.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

DARTIES desiring to discontinue ??. this Journal, are reminded that tlicy can only do so hy paying up all arrears to the end of the respective quarters. pERSONS sending Advertisements for insertion in this Jourunl, who ure not Subscribers, are informed that unless tiley are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will not be inserted. NOTICE .-In consequence o' disputes between Charterers, Agents, and Owners of Shipping, i,0 advertisement will, in future, be re- ceived, except it mentions to whose account it must be charged. Herald Office, August 22. NORTH ABTD SOUTH AKHICAN corf» ho eras. MR. SAMUELDAVÏES.elder »on of the late James Davies, deceased, and administrator to his estate, begs most respectfully to inform the members of the Subscription Room, from whom his late father received so many acts of support and kindness during his life-time, that he has determined to carry on the business of the Subscription Room in all Its department...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY ï uoM London 1)irect -¿partan, 4-00, Macey JiieicliniulisCjRlii) 10 Giruße, 2üi-,Mootc,Maj 1> Kinneai, melihaiulisi, June 10 Pilen, iii) 13oj ce, niLrclmiulibL Mn> 10 ¡lai It quin, .IjO, Tin rison, mci ihnndisc Mi) 11 Jual, WO, Daj, menhaiulisc, M ly 13 Allen, VII, AVadde) merchnndist, M ii} lo Glcnswilly, O70, M'Neil, May 1 ROMLivcnrooL -Colombian, 270, Wuktm. »lay l8 Thom Port Pim lip -Dide of Richmond I » dSaumarez, brig IhomasLotd, schooner Faltón, schooner Thom Hobart Iown-Bramble TI MB, 10 guns Hy, H M S , lb guns, Blackwood Waterlily, schooner From Adi laidl -Dorset, brig, Walbh Lmma, brig, Sproul Thom Launceston -Lowestoff 1 rom Nfw Zealand -At iel, Pm^ Har- nett Mngai et, M'kiunon Scotia, schooner, Cook Savannah Ann, schooner, Andeison Ann, achoonei, 02, Sucl Perieuciance, sclioonei Challenger, bclioonei Biothui, Buito LUanoi, bug Sucresi, schooner Calh'iine, scliuonei, lûO, Bniumtjiic Bolina, 251, Blown Prom tiif South Sea Islands -Alf...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

? DIARY. I '' IWoraoranda for Tbts Dnv, I j."i,"" I SUM, I mun tide september. | risu3 , geta. | morn | even 30 | l' n i u A v I 5 ¿2 |"fi 8 j" * 30 | 4. 54 Nsw Moon, Oct. 4, 28 in. past 4, afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

[Advertisement.] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-Having observed in The Colo- nial Observer of the 24th instant, a letter purporting to be written by the Rev. Dr. Lang, in which the annexed paragraph appears, and being officially aware of the general inaccuracy of the statements therein contained, I have I obtained the sanction of the Lord Bishop of Australia, for publishing such portions oí the correspondence, (the originals of which are lodged in the Registry of this Diocese),_as will satisfactorily show the nature of the investigation which did take place into the circumstances attending the' Rev. J. E. Keane's removal from Bathurst, and of the mode in which the same was con- ducted, extending over a period of several months. I am, Gentlemen, Your most obedient Servant, H. KERRISON JAMES, Deputy Registrar.

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IMMIGRATION.—1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.—[Continued.] Thursday, June 16, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

ÏMMIGRATION.--1842. j MINUTES OF EVIDENCE T TAKEN BEFORE TUE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.-[Continued.'] Thursday, June IG, 1842. I Hen it y O'Brien, Esq., J.P., called in and examined : 1. Arc you in the occupation of a large extent of Government lund beyond the boundaries of location? lam. 2. Can yon state the number of sheep or cattle which yon generally have on such land ? I have at present, I think, about 12,000 sheep ; I have no cattle under my own management on the Government lands. 3. What extent of land do you occupy in that way? From about '20,000 to 25,000 acres ; I am not certain as to the exact quantity. 4. Do you consider that the uncertain tenure of such land exposes the occupier to any disadvantages, in the event of any change of system on the part of the Go- vernment, tending to cut up his land? Not under the present state of the colony ; but by a change of system on the part of the Government nt a time when sales could be effected to a great extent, stockholders might be ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

NEW ZEALAND. \Vn received, yesterday, Auckland pipers to August 22, and the Bay of Islands Obsaver to the 8thj September. We regret to say that affairs at Auckland were in any thing but »"flourishing condi- tion; the treasury was empty,-and it was stated, that Mr.,Cooi'Kii, the Collector of Customs, was coming to Sydney, for the purpose of obtaining'a'loan from Sir G.1 Guts, governor Hobson, we regret to say, was -very ill. " A private letter states, that the Auckland .Standai,clllha& been discontinued for want of support; but there is nothing about "it in the number of August 22. Great dissatisfaction at the conduct of the Government with respect to the land claims, appeared to exist. The only extract we see occasion to make is the following list of claims on which grants of land had been recom- mended to be made :- i LIST OF CLAIMS ON WHICH GRANTS OF LAND HAVE BEEN RECOM- MENDED TO DE MADE. J. J. Montefiore, 1 claim ; James Busby, 9 claims; John Barber, 5 claims; John Blac...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

BBIFFIMO ntTBZ.I.XOBIfOa J ARRIVAI."». Trom the Bij ol Initials, jeslri<b), linwng left the 8th instant, Hil bug Mee, I H ton-, C iptmn B itcmnii, with siieun nil mid sun dnt* Pis3cii,eib-Mrs B itcimrn, l> Coopi i, fr-q , Collector ol Customs tit Autkl ind 'Messrs Mnllcott, Biotulhcut, Coi ni lil, "id Crctne\ mid Ilii iii the stcen^c I iom I uuiLcstoii, list turill, lining left tin 21th nut mt, the bl g H i ham, 1IÜ tom Ciptain ilioin, with »beat, hay, &c , pus sci(,eia, luut Minim, Mrs Mason, Mrs runtis Mis Wilkinson, Mr Dodeij, Mi "Moss Mi Inns, sUein^i, Mi bptntcr, mid two othcis

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, yesterday, the schooner Timbo, Captain Bentley, in ballast. Kor Hobart Town, the sam? dav, the barque Iii ¡Want, Captain Ritchie, in ballast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

I ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We ¡inert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. Fobs and Lloyd.-At their Room», at 11 o'clock, extensive sole of AVines, 'PapeV Hangings, Clothing, Tailor's Twist, Cotton, Crape Shawls, Looking Glasses, Candle- sticks, Snuff Boxes,'Blacking, Ink Powder, Egg Cups, Spoons, Sail Needles, Fish Hooks, Ironmongery, Nails, i White Lead,' &e. ; at 12 o'clock, Port, Sherry, Ale, Cham- pagne, AVheat, Bags, Butter, &c. Mooiif, and Heydon.-At tlieir Rooms, at half past 6 r.M., sale of Books. Mr. Isaac Simmons.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Horse, Chaise, Cart, and General Merchandise. Mr. S. Lyons.-On the premises, (lately oc- cupied by S. Peck and Co.,) atU o'clock, Stock-in-trade of Groceries, also, Wines, Ale, Porter, &c. Mn. Polack.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Horses, Caniagcs, Gigs, Drays, &c.

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EXTRACTS FROM CORRESPONDENCE REFERRED TO. (No. 1.) The Bishop of Australia in A. A. Mackenzie, Esq J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

I EXTRACTS FROM CORRESPONDENCE RErERKEDTO. (No. 1.) The Bishop of australia in A. A. Mackenzie, Esq J. P. Sir,-I heg to acknowledge having re- ceived on the 13th instant., a communication addressed to me on behalf of certain of the inhabitants of Bathurst, whose signatures it bears, expressive of their dissatisfaction with the conduct of the Rev. J. E. Keane, the Chaplain of Trinity Church. As your name stands at the head ot those affixed to the paper, I take the libarty of addressing to you the observations for which it at present ap- pears to call. The subscribers, of the paper represent themselves to be members of the Episcopal Church ; but as a surer ground of their right to institute charges against a clergyman of that Chinch, chiefly, it would appear, with refer- ence to his conduct in the discharge of bia ministerial duties, I should wish tobe inform- ed how many of the names attached to the paper are those of individuals who are, or have bren, until this occurrence, renters ...

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