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MR. OSBALDESTON'S GRAND MATCH AGAINST TIME, AT NEWMARKET, FOR 1,000 GUINEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

HR. OSBALDZSTOS'S GRAND AiATCU AGAINST TIME, AT NEWMARKET, FOR 1,000 GUINEAS, This match came off on Saturday, Nov. 7,1831, according to the terms agieed upon. The match wa« made between Colonel Charité and Mr. Os baldeston, the former betting the latter lOoo gui- neas be did not ride two hundred miles in ten successive hours, during the Houghton Meeting, at Newmarket. Independent of this »take, Mr. Osbaldeston had large sums depending, having at first taken all the odds that were of- fered him, and ultimately laying 2 to 1 that he won. The match was made three months back, but Mr. Osbaldeston did not commenco severe training till within the last week, when he gradually increased his task from 20 to 70 and SO miles a day, which he performed at full speed, and on horses he had selected for the perform- ance, to the number of which tlieie was no limit. As the day approached betting became more btisk, but Mr. O. gradually rose in the maiket, and on Friday evening KO to 40 were laid upo...

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SEPARATE TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

SEPARATE TRIALS. Beef, from »lorn received Messrs. Arbuthnoi and Co. Colonial Beef, curid with ) Liverpool salt.J Colonial beef, cured with) Colonial salt .Í Deptford. Conjoined Trial. Messrs. .A rbuthnnt and Co Colonial Beef, cured with ) Liverpool salt.J Colonial Beef, cured with 1 Colonial salt.J Deptford. Weight previous to Boil Ing lbs. 244 280 «180 70 Weight after Boiling, lbs. 132 IGT 170 165 Loss in Boiling lbs. 113 104 115 " It will be observed that the decrease on botli trials is nearly equal In the Deptford and Australian beef cured with Liverpool salt ; while that purchased by Messrs. Arbuthnoi and Cn. lost the most. We are uiiahlc to account far Hie diversity in the experiments as regards the beef cured with the Colonial sall; on the first occasion its loss was about l-12t.li less than Ihat cured with Liverpool salt, whilst on the second its waste was nearly equul to that purchased hy Messrs. Arbuthuot and Co. ; we must, however, remark, that the bng which contained it ...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY.-Before Judge Dowling Se Messrs. Lamb and Innis, Assessors. . Terry v. Jones and others, Executors of the late Robert How.-This iras an action to recover £170. 13s. 0 , the amount of a Promissory Note, and interest, at 8 per cent. Verdict for the plaintiff hy default, for the amonnt sought. Terry v. Jones and others, Executors of the late Robert How.-This was an action to recover ¿£2,959. 3s. Gd., the amount of principal on a . Mortgage deed and interest, at 10 per cent. Verdict for plaintiff by default, for the whole amount. Mr. Morton took a verdict for £36 3s. Cd. by consent, in the caseEdwards v. Wilton, Clerk. / Howard v. Thompson.-This was an/ction to recover £63. 10s. The derlaration contained a count for goods sold and delivered, and work done and performed, aad the usual móáey counts. The defendant pleaded the general issue, and had filed a set off. The verdict w>s consented to for the plaintiff, subject to the ¿ward of ...

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IMPORTS. Reports from the 19th to the 26th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

IMPORTS. Reporta from the 10th to the 20th Instant, I inclusive. I March 16.-1SABELLA (ship) 580 tons, Wiseman mas- ter, from London, Lamb and Co. agents ; mule pri- soners, and Government atores. -17.-ARAB (ship) sgo tons, Ferrier master, fioin London via Hobart Town, Smith Brothers ngcnls. Shipped in London:-73 casks rum, 5 casks Geneva, 1 case stationery, 1 case starch, 1 case groat» and pearl barley, 4 crates earthenware, John Betts; 7300 staves, 39 sheets lead, 1 ease losin, s casks wrought iron, io casks hardware, 680 iron pius, 15 bundles grates, 6 stoves, 8 hhds. spades, |sj pair smiths' bellows, ii bundles sieves, 4 bundles barrow wheels, I cnsk lead and kettles, 4 cases hats, î cases ribbons, 1 case haberdashery, I case tun brella», l case Boor cloth, I basket salt of tartar, 1 case medicines, i case verdigris, 5 chests shellac, 1 cask sardric, 2 casks gum, S tons logwood, 1 case hares' wool, Smith Brothers; 1 cask Epsom «nits, S oases slops, J. li. Montefiore and Co. ¡ I ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. - From Portsmouth, on Monday last, whence she sailed the 27th of November last, the ship . Portland, 385 tons, Captain Ascough, with 178 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent, Jo- seph Cook, Esq. The guard comprises 2 non- commissioned officers and 27 privates of the 4th . and 30th regiments, accompanied by 2 women and 4 children, nnder the orders of Lieutenant Archer, of the 16th regiment. Parted company with the ship Soeereign, on the evening of the 17th tilt, to the westward of King's Island. From New Zealand, on Wednesday, whence she »ailed the 10th tilt, the brig Guide, Captain ? Ashmore, with 28 tons of flax. Passengers, G. D. Brown, Esq. Joseph Kendall, Esq., Mr. Jas. . Millar, Mr. Male, George Allen, Thomas Brad- ley, James Organ, John Bingham, and a female native of New Zealand. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the »'earner William the Fourth. From Newcastle, on Thursday, the schooner Shamrock. From Hobart Town, yesterday (Sunday), the sc...

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

Weekly Meteorological Tablet The WEATHER, and Variations of the TIIERMOME. TER, during the past Week, in Sydney, at 6 in he morinng, at noon, and at G o'clock in the eveni n Moll. . a. m. Rainy 01) SE Tues. ¡6 a. n>< I'ine 71 EN H Wed. 6 a. m Warm 70 NNE Sultry 74 WNW Friduj 6 a. m. Suluy 73 liff Sin. G a. in Sultry 74 WNW It noon] Cloudy 78 EVE 12 noon Warm HO ENE |1S noon Windy n s 12 non' Sultry 7T Calm IS noon Windy SO NW 6 p. m Cloudy 6 p. m, Cloudy 6 p. m Sultry 71 N by W o p. m Misty 73 ISE |fl p. m. Kme 76 WNW Mean Tempel ature, 74.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

DIARY. Memoranda for the «resent Week. April. SUN I High Tide rita | lett \ morn | coen j Al j W. Harvey burn 1070 | 0 4 | & 60 | 9 IS | Q 30 3 |TÍTÍ,¿grPuc^rAepy3^ »laMl'° °l'0g° *lwls;"5.fratei7T«.lB a *»I,OM1'048 r | The Henutrecuun A D33 j ti 14 I 5 46 | 11 11 | 1.1 «7 6 I P | Socrate» b 8. C. «fia, j SU | â 45 | II 45 | O "7 7 I M M)r M. Hlwlr h 171» j I) 1(11*44 1 0 IO | (Tal PIS I*"' »umi..y III tent... I 0 17 I ?' 43 I I «I 1 First Quarter 81I1 ;l«y, 54 minute» pit» II morning.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. -. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

IMPOUNDING ADVERTISEMENTS. IMPOUNDED, at Castle Hill, one red brindle Working Bullock, branded I on the off hip, with a while tip on his tail, If nat claim- ed within twenty one days from this date, be will be sold at the Mut kel place, Parramatta, to delray ex- penses, WILLIAM MOORE, Poundkeeper. March U" 1832._[is. 6d.

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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'« Offlc e, Sydney March «7. 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor directs ' Hint the following Documents respecting the qunlity of Ment, salted in New Sonlh Wales, in comparison wilh Hint supplied from other sources to Hi» Majesty's Ship« on the Indian Station, be pub. Ilshcd for general information. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. " His Majesty's Ship Southampton, ' " at Sea.Slsl 51arch, 1031. "SIR, " Willi lefercnccto your letter of the lilli instant, No. 23g, I have herewith the honour to transmit for your information, a report of the result of the ex- periments made of the comparative merits of the beef seul on trial from New South Wales, with that got ni Madras from the Government Agent, and to which 1 would beg to add my opinion that of the beef re- ceived from New South Wales, Hint cured with Livet pool salt appeared to me better in ln»lc, more juicy, mid lesïlurd, than that cured with Colonial salt, and very superior to the be...

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

REPORT. In obedience to nu order from Peter Fisher, Esq. Captain of If. M. S Southampton, dated the nth inst., we have mado the experiment directed b> His Excel- lency llie'Coiniiiander-iii-Chief, on thebeef, the produce of New South Wales, nnd have compared it with English btef received from Messrs. Abulhnot mid Co., nuichased by them on nccoont of the Crown, in April last, ns well as with that suuplied by the Agents at Madras, on account of the Cunnriissioners for Victual- ling, marked (Deptford, I8Î0, and we have the honour lösend the following result as to the waite on each inhoiliii(, accompanied with our remark« on their | respectiv» merits. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

NOTICE- . THE Public are hereby cautioned not to pay any monies, due to the under- signed, to any other Peison, no PARTNER- SHIP ever existing between the undersigned and Mr. James Young. I Parramatta, Apùl 2,1832. JOHN LANE.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

DOMESTIC INTEIJJQEWCE. It will be seen by our advertising co- lumns that a work is in progress for immediate publication that has been long required, and we trust will receive every support to enable the Editors to carry their object into effect. It is a Report of Cases tried in the Supreme Court, to- gether with the Rules and Forms of that Court, all the Acts of the Colonial Legislature from the year 1824, and wilt contain other most useful matter. The Editors are gentlemen of the pro- fession eminently qualified for the undertaking. SYDNEY COLLEGE.-A special meeting of the Trustees of the Sydney College was held at the Court House, King-street, on Monday the 2Gth tilt. William Bland, Esq. in the chair. A letter was read from the President, express- ing his regret in not being able to be present. It was resolved, that a memorial should be prepared to His Excellency the Governor, pray- ing for pecuniary assistance from Government, as a loan for the completion of the College. A lette...

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 30th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 30tV» March. Wheat, best N,£. Wales .... 0 5 Do. second quail ty, do....... 0 4 Do. third do, do.0 4 Burley, best ditto....0 3 Maize, best ditto.0 3 Colonial Tobacco, best ...... 0 2 Ditto, second quality.0 1 Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 6 6 Butter, best salt.4 8 Cheese, good.2 4 Pork, salt. 1 15 Bacon.2 6 Ham,... 3 Q 74 p. bus.of GOlbl. S ditto ditto 0 ditto ' ditto 3. ditto of 50lbs. 3 do. inenstireini. .T per lb. 0 ditto 0 per ton 8 per cwt. 2 ditto O ditto. 8' ditto 8 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commitsion A[tnt George-strec{.

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ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS (No. X.) By His Excellency Major-General RICHARD BOURKE, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS (No. X.) By His Excellency Major-General RICH- ARD BOURKE, Captain-General and Govarnor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the''same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. " An Act for the better regulation and govern mentof seamen, in the merchant service, in the Colony of New South Wales, and for the protection of masters and ships from vexa- tious suits in the said Colony." WHEREAS it is expedient to adopt sach provisions of ihe laws of Oreat Britain for the regulation and coud government of seamen employed in the merchant service, at «re ap. plicable to the merchant service in New Sonlh Wales ; and where** great delass and Inconvenience have been occasioned to ships arriving at Port Jackson and other parts of the said Colony, hy the desertion of seamen, and by «uch ships or their masters being ar- rested and detained for umeasnnable demands made by persons who are unable to pay Ih« cmts...

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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday'sIiJurket (SterlingJ Priccr. Aie, Eng-Hlid.g/. alO/.Oi do. doz. 14»alii Colonial-Ilhd, 60 a 80 do. din. CaO Beer, Eng. - Hhd.g/. alo/ «lo. gal. 14<ai5/ Colonial-Ilhd. 45 c. ii do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....pcrcwt. 17 ai? Banket», Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Bl"«...lb.2 soo Bread,2lh.loar,3d a Oslld Butter, fresh ....Is o a l 3 " ,, »«I«.0 9a i o Candles.Mlds.lb.l O u o 00 _ ,., Dips....o 8 a 0 00 Cnttle, Bullocksea. 2/ Oí a 2/ loi Woikiug do. 1 0 a 4 o Cows,.. .,,10 a2 li do.inMilk "1 IO a 2 lo Calves,....,, 6ia 8* Sheep,....,, 8 a 10 Pigs.t> 7 a lo do. roasting, 4 n on Chee«e,Eng.lb.2s3da OsOd Col. i, 0 4 a 0 G Cloth.Parrnmatla per yard.1 O a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coueegrnth lb. 1 6 a O o Eggs, per doz. o lo al 0 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/ a 18/ Flour, 1001b». fine 2nd» Barker, ....iSsOd-13«0d Longford, ..1» 6 -12 0 Dixon,.15 i)-Ig o Oirard, ....14 0 -12 o Vicker», ....15 0 -13 0 Hall,.150 -13 0 Gordon, .,.....

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Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. PROCLAMATION, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Weeli, and copied verbatim from t/ie Government Gazette. PROCLAMATION,' ? *" By His Excellency Major-General RICHARD BOURKE,commanding His Majesty's Forces, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New So.ith Wales, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. WHEREAS by an Act of the Go- vernor of New Smith Wales, willi the advice of the Legislative Connell, passed in the present year of his Majesty's reign, intituled " An Act for repealing so much of an Act, intituled ' An Act to continue, until further provision shall le made, certain duties, tolls, rates, fees, and other sums of money imposed by the Governors of New South Wales, and lor other purposes ns relates to the, levying of tolls in New Poutii Wnlcs, and for raising a fund towards making, repairing, and upholding public roads, bridges, and feriies, and for regulating the col- lection of tolls thereon;"'-li ii amongst oilier ...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1832. -+ "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IT gives us satisfaction to learn from various quarters, that our recent obser- vations on Emigration have opened the minds of the Colonists, to the true state of the question, which had been mystified and perplexed by certain partios, in the hope of profiting by the conceal- ment of the truth, We stated that the ostensible ground of all the measures con- nected with pauper Emigration, was the desire to relievo the payers of poor rates, taxes, and tythes, from the oppres- sive burdens under which they now labour in tho Mother Country ; and under which they'must continue to suffer, till some effective chock is put upon population, and its geometrical increase. We stated, also, that the indirect effect of this measure, which, perhaps, the English Ministry are not aware of, but which every Colonist should contemplate as the direct consequence of the system, was to tax the Colonists, of this and other ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney, 5s. per Quarter.-"Single Numbers, Id. Country,(postage included)Gs.Zd. per Quarter. _ TERMS OP ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s. titi., and Irf. each, for all above ; far every insertion. For Liverpool Direct. HTHE very fast sailing, first class brig, -?- BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, willi a good portion of her return cargo Ott board, and as «he Is under engagement to sail »portly after lier arrival, intending passengers and shippen are requested to apply immediately to WM. MORGAN, Piince-street. N. B.-The BRENDA is a very superior conveyance for passengers,both cabin and steerage, being provided with patent tight air ports; and as Liverpool is the chief outlet lo the inanulncturing districts, the superi- ority of that port as a market for wools cannot be questioned, particularly since the formation of the Hall Road, which brings it willan fonr hours ride of Leeds and its neighbourhood. FOR LONDON DIRBCT, ZTnder eng...

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ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XI.) By His Excellency Major-General Richard Bourke, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the advice of the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832

ANNO SECUNDO GULIELR'I QUARTI REGIS. (No. XI.) By His Excellency Major-General Ri- chard Bourke, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory oí New South Wales and its Depen- dencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the advice of the Legisla- tive Council. " An Act for the Relief of Debtors in Execution " for Debts which they are unable to pay." WHEREAS an Act of the Governor in Council was passed m the eleventh year of the reign of Ills late Majesty King Oenrgc the Fourth, iutituled " Au Act for the. relief of Debtors, " mid for ¡in equal distubulinn of their Estates and ef. " fects niniingsl Creditors," which «aid net will expire on the third doy of April next; And whenas it is ex- pedient to make provision for the relief ol such per sons us by mislortuiic, and without bring guilty of fraud, or dishonesty, may be imprisoned for debts or demands winch they ure unable to pay; ile it there- fore euucled by lils excellency the Governor, with tile advice of the Legislativ...

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