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NEW SOUTH WALES LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

NTW; SOUTH WALES LLNDN AND-IMMI-' COiP Yhave urniuch satiisraction liii 'being i eabled'ltd btýIe,. t lidt'"the'above rp'opsed Compan'r'i9 il Uke1y to be in vigorous existence, in aveiry 'shbrtperiod :' thao·'s'ffc ouei{s'ti ce and uort 'reCeied' by, theiSec, proitem';iailirei nume ' meet-` ing woild have been held ere` now, composed of some of the most i'espectable and: inifl?eiitial persons in the colony, but for. the absence of two or, three of its warmest supporters, for the purpose of.,determining. the number .of, shares, and the amount of capital, &c..&c.. One of these gentle men has nrio returned, .and a meeting will be called immediately.; j,of :the result' 'we have : no doubt, as there have' been: already, applications for about 1,500ishares.' This is only what might Ihavenbeeni expected,' for whether it is'16ooked at iin- aiimoralor pecuniary p:oi.it', fviie? the' ad vantages tobe bderived 'from' iti must be equally. obvious. The? fe?'?entlemen?iwho suggest...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

?WE7 a"esoriry to learn .thatthe highly faourable prosnectv ich the crops presented an ' Die ian s iand ab " t six or;e glt weeks since, had, iss ed, itot nsideralile extent it least, in ds 'ppoint men'tf: 'e 4'iveat{Ii1 Ies r been yery dry to ,the soihwaid f i some time past, anidthe wlheaferltps will.consequen'tly be scanty enough. In this. colony e airesorry to find that iithe up e ndihictsotftl e Hunie tle \vbheaitcrpp liis gene rallyn1ified, Toowards Maitland eand Paterson's [tiverw ontthe contrary, it is"geneyally very good. Fiorn a' iaddoak' oforty acres of drained lagoon land, on. Mr. Andrew? Lang'.s property .?near ?Maitlhnd, the amazing crop, of 1707, bushels, or' upwrs o.4 buishels an acre, las Been reaped~aia gathered in, thisbseason . :bi , :. - !' :

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

2 EXPORTS. Oil Sperm-whale, per tun ...... o o: 0 './O 4 ·O ~ Black lditto, ditto ........., 10 -0 0; . FLAx. N. Zealand, rough, per ton 15. 0 :0 Ditto ' ditto, fine, .. . ..b. "18 0'' 0 . .. Timber Blue Gonu, per load ... 2 5 0 :: : 2: Cedar, per foot .......0. ' 0 0 2 0. 0 Treenails, per thousand .. ....6.. 2 0, 0 . 50 Hides, salted, per lb.........:.. 0 0o ... I:: t 2 Horns ................ per 100.. ,0 17, 0. . :2 ? ' Ditto, Tips......i...':.dltto.''. 'sO '4 0 . 06 o 0 Tallow, rendered ...... .·...* ?. 0 0 i?4 .W o o l . ... . '. . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . 0 ' "] '3 . ' 00 0 '' "''

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

4j)tpping EIuttt q.l.i'e . ARRIVALS.' January 6.-Sophia Jane and Tamar from' New castle. 9.-Auriga' (Marque); Chalmers, fr'omnL`~indonh 20th' August; Hobart Town 30?~0 December; mer chandize. Passengers--Mr.. and Mrs..-M'Intyre, Miss Fillag?r, A: Willis,'Esq.,;GordonSiideLnan, Esq:'. :Mr. John Chalmers and ':Child,' Mrs.. F. Chalmers and Mr. J1. Clark.": . : 7.-. Edward, from Jarvis' Bay. 9.-Gem (schooner), Douglas, from Launceston; 28th .Decemiber, suindries. Passengers -Mr W. Young, Mr. J. Martin, and Mr. R. Marshall. 10.-Elizabeth ''(schooiier); :H.i Browne, from Launceston, 4th inistant, colonial produce.., 10.--Zebra (H. M, S.), and the Prince. George,; with prisoners and stores from the'wreck of thekHive. S11.-Siren (brig);'Hayle, Hobart Town 6tli insht. sundries;. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Chester i?? S11.-Rhoda (brig), HustI froni Londobn,3r? Sep-. tember, merchandize. Passengers-Mr. T. uiirst; from - England; and" Mr.' G. Ansell; 'fiom" King George's Sound; this vessel touche...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

BIRTH.—On the 5th instant, at Greenwood, Patrick's Plains, Mrs. White, of a daughter.   On Friday, the 8th instant, the wife of the Rev. Charles Price, Port Stephen, of a son. MARRIED.       On Thursday last, the 7th instant, at St. John's Church Parramatta, by the Rev. J. Wilkinson, A. M., Nelson Lawson, Esq. of Mudjee and Prospect, 'to Honoria Mary, second daughter of the Rev. Charles Dickenson, Chaplain of the Field of Mars. Yesterday, by special license, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Captain Wyatt, of the brig Hind, to Mrs. Harriet Walsh, of Sydney.   DEATH.       On Tuesday, the 12th instant, at the Parsonage' Parramatta, of consumption, Frances, the wife of the Rev. H. H. Bobart, A. M., who arrived Novem- ber 2, in the Lotus, to join the Church Mission in New Zealand.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 2ND TO THE 9TH INST, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

-U- i . EXPORTS.. -VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 2ND TO THE 9TIH INST,' 7 .7 1 .INCLUSIVE. Matchless, 188: tons, Ross, i?master, for .Hobart. Town; -230 tons coals,. 8 bags tobacco stems, l keg tobacco, 6 chests tea, 50 bags sugar, 1 package cor .rosive sublimate, and stores. : Lotus, `'397 tons, Summerson, :master, ( for. Java;' in ballast.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CARTERS' BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

THE CARTERS' BARRACKS.   Our attention has been directed to a paragraph in last Tuesday's Gazette, containing a most un- founded and unwarrantable attack on the estab- lishment of the debtor's prison at Carters' Bar- racks, and calculated to injure the character of the gentleman who has the superintendence of that establishment. We are authorised to state, that the charge is utterly unfounded; and we have little doubt had its origin, like a good many articles,which appear in that journal, in the     fertile brain of the writer. Most probably the author considered, in the present scarcity of do- mestic news that an article of this description would have at least the appearance of truth, and serve very well to fill up a vacant space; if such be the case, we would advise him, as well as the publisher of the article in question, when they next find it necessary to exercise their powers of invention to be more careful than   they have b...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Statistics. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. SHORiTLY after the'first iitelligence `of the: recent Caffre war in South Africa reached, this colony; we published a series of papers, extracted .chiefly. from Mr. Bannister's work .on the treatment' of'the Aborigines-of the British. Colonies; illus trative of the treatment which;the unifortunate Aboriginal Natives of South Africa had uniformly' experienced, both fromi the Dutch and English colonists at. the Cape from the first settlemednt of that colony; intimating at the same .timne, our own impression and conviction that the hlate formidable irruption of:the Caffres had been the corisequence of lawless: aggressions, perpetrated by the Colonists on, that unfortunate people, :of a similar" kind. 'It appears that our conjectures have been well founded. In a long and inte resting letter which we hadithe honour of receiv. ing- a few months ago from a gentleman in Cape Town .,intimately connected with the London Missi&iary Society, the war was distinctly tra...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

A. :FRAGMENT. ".f: - HAD the economy of nature confined the antici-. ?. pation obfat future state to the breasts of ?aý'ew' of our species,' had it limited all apprehensoiolin' of immortality to the subtleties of the philoso'' pher,,:or the ravings of lunacy, natural indeed: would! it have been to infer, that its expectation,-. was:not meant for our'indulgence, either as a source of pleasurable prospection, or as a motive. and rule'of conduct. ' It 'is not'unlikely, how ever, that had such been the case, it would have" been hailed as a fortunate disport of Nature, iri which;she had -unwittingly disclosed the brilliant' `secret, tihat man was one of a vast chain of being, continually verging :'on perfection, and deatl\" itself but an obsure ýmedium, connecting, the links of which lit was composed. The super-`? 'stitiodn of, his; nature' would readily have jgerxi , credence to the doctrine'such 'partial disclosuires would suggest, and' relieved by the dark horizon r of futurity,'they....

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. LONGEVITY AND RUM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

LONGEVITY AND RUM. TO TIHE' EDITOR OF.THE COLONIST.' Si, As the letter of your correspondent F. C. in last Thursday's CoL.oN ST, has. attracted some attention, it is advisable to notice the reference he has made to Teniperance Societies . He states, they are " strangely so called 'a they still patronize gormandizing;" to this; which appears to many an ungroudiied assumption, no distinct denial is necessary until .F. C.: shall please to afford us a little more informatidn; I therefore request him to show how ? when ? and where Temperanc.: Societies patronize gorman-~ dizing? From the 1Ion ity of some of the inmates of thee;Benevolent lnstitution who have been hard drinikers, F. C. would infer, that the proposition " that ardent spirits are liquid 'poisons," is uni tenable. Without enquiring as to what propor tion of these ancient men and women have been hard-drinkers; and even allowing'the whole to " i : : : ? : , : - , . . .: ?: * , : . ? ? * , - ? lie..such,' I thiinkF. C,'has made...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original and Select Poetry. TRANSLATION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND ODE OF HORACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

ri i natI anRI * tel et Ijetirp. TRANSLATI'ON OFTIHETWENTY-SEC OND ODE OF HORACE. . On. , Fiusus !. he wihose'soul is'pure; , Needs ?ot the jav'lin of the 1Moor, N 'or 'bbo'or 'poison'ddlarts, Whetheri he wish' to wend his , ay '. hrough regions where the solar ray : Its hottest'fire imparts. . `, Or climb the inhospitable brow. SOf Caucasus, where frozen snow Its'constant seat retains. Or wander to the distant climes * Where rich Hydaspes' current winds, Its course:through Indian plains.. For latt as in the Sabine wood, Unarm'd I stroll'd in careless mood,,Si: Singing my mistress' charms. A A: monstrous wolf that cross'd my way, !':? -- Fled harmless--spell-bound by my lay, . .: For love all hate disarms. ; .I : Yes, place me mid those barren plains Where genial suns and vernal'raits Aie? both alike unknown, That quarter of the world-where .rThick fogs and pestilential .air ' The inhabitants.bemoan. Place me beneath Sol's flaming car:?. : . In the parch'd desert-where.from far No s...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Extracts. GENERAL DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

,. r,"~0@0<rE'--"xttto ?.... GENERAL DARLING. HOu?isE oF COMMONS, AUGUST 20.-Mr. :Tooke mnved that the committee of inquiry' into 'Gen. Darling's conduct should be empowered to send for persons, papers, and.records. Sir H. Hardinge. regretted to say that the in quiry was not conducted with that harmony which was desirable. For his own part, he de sired to appleal to the house and to the chair, to know whether the committee was or was not a committee of inquiry, or whether it was not act ing improperly in assuming much liigher powers ? If tlie' powers attempted to be assumed by the committee were granted, the liberty of the sub ject would be seriously endangered ; and t'inking that the proceedings of the committee were most tyrannous, he objected continuing his attend ance, unless he ,received an ,'ssurance from the liouse thlat the s~lect comnmittee appointed to in qudire' iniit tie conduct of, General Darling was nota ciommitte?. invested' \vith judlicial powers. itihat ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

:.SALES BY AUCTION. 'Tins D.A'y, January 14, Lyons, "at his Rooms, Whale Line and 'Wine: 'This day;'Janua~ry 14, yons at 'his Rooms Flour anidBread. Saturday; January: 16, Lyonrisat Dacre and Wilks' Stores, Pitt Street, Porter.;: " ' " :Moriday January 18, Byriiss,;:at: Titterton's 'Par ramatta, Horses. . Monday, January 18,;:Lyons, at Grose and Co's Stores,; Porter;:'. Tugsday; Jainuary 19, Lyons, at'his Rooms,'Allot rnent at Newcastle. Wednesday, January 20, Blackman, at Maitland, Horses, Sheep, and Cattle. Wediesday, January 20, Lyons, 'at his. Rooms, Farms at the Hawkesbury. Wednesday January 20, Lyons; 'on' the 'Premises, Six houses in Bridge Street.: .Wednesday,,January 20, Blackman, at ,Maitland, Extensive sale of Sheep,. Horses and Cattle. :rties: : ti m tt . : THE COLONZST. , ?OPIES of the ,following Numbers of TnI' Co-, "' " l.odrsrT are required to complete the sets of sobie of our subscribers, and for which ONE Sfl:iiLLThl each will be paid. on application-at the office ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

FIRE A N D L`F, E`, .A S S LT'R;A N C'.E THIS. Company is in .due "course' of formation, and' although the attention of thie:Commercial part of our .Commuitity has'been :directed piin-~i cipally "to ;ite compl!etio'' of i Mia 'Marie- As-2 surance Company, they li'a'e inot: leen inactive oir insensible of tlb great iniiportaine of iaidi.a? Vantages to - be derived from na Life Assudrince Company. We much regret the lirmited number of shares (2o00), because we are convinced. that the same amount of capital raised Trom.a more extensive proprietory .would. be much more ad vaintageous to lie shareholders.,generally; ..how ever, .the prospectus is merely a preliminary one--aidn atthe 'first 'piibic meetng this can be easily altered,r and other add itioi~s arnd iimprove ments mrade.. "Above half the number` of shares iave already been suliscribed for, ih Sydney alone:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

"UNION, ASSRIANCE COMPANYI OEF , SYDNEY:. : WE were'the 'first to announce tnie contemplated formation. of this' om pariy, to, recommend it to' the public,'and : to predict its .success~that we have n't erired iii our .idgi it will be. seen by the following brief.report .of the last meeting.of the gentlemen interested in it. A imeeting of the :shareholders in: the :above mentioned Company, :was held; at the PPulteney Hotel.:' on Mondayi last, ::for thepurpose of electing Directoirs; Auditors, a'eSSecretari?, ind Solicitor. The iuiimber of, geftleieri. preseut m ust'a?ive been. a'" least' oni'e'huindred" and: fifty, anid the following judicidus selectioni of naies was made by; ballot;.:--as-Directors, Messrs.As pinal,,! Marsden, Fothei angmm..,Grose,. Duke, De Mestre, "Nicholson, Gore, Haslingden,1. Ro bertson,,Giles,i and .,Thomas Brown A ,.:as Au ditors,e, Messrs. :Gilchrist, -Manning, Nand' . A. Clarke.; :Secretary,-: Mr. ;Adam :,Wilson`;: Soli'" citor .:Mr. D. .Chambers.. "The fi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BARON DE THIERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

Some light has very unexpetedly been thrown on the real character of an individual to whom we have had occasion to allude in several of our   late numbers. From the following paragraph which we extract from The Morning Chronicle of the 28th of August, it appears that the Baron has been trying his hand among the New States of South America previous to his arrival at the South Sea Islands, and having failed in cutting a canal across America, has come hitherwards to see what he can do in the way of forming a kingdom:— The Government of New Grenada has issued a   decree granting to the Baron de Thierry, a celebrated French engineer, permission to dig a canal across the isthmus of Darien. The Government allows him the exclusive privilege ,of receiving ,tonnage and other dues, for a stated period, on all vessels, which, may   navigate the canal, besides placing, many facilities in his way for the completion of his gigantic undertaking.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

T THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of - every description is executed with neatness, eco :~iony,-punctuality, and dispatch. Just Published by James Tegg, Bookseller, George I Street.-Price Two Shillings. S The New south .Wales. Pocket Almana '1 and ·Memorandum Book for the Year a 1836. CONTAININ G the Monthly Calendar, Ru : ral Calendar, Lunar Phases, Rising and Setting - ' ?of the Sun, Equation. of Tithe, Monthly Memoran ' du~; Principal Articles of the Calendar, Day of the - Year, Eclipses, On Eclipses, Table Showing the ( i"niuiiber of Days from any given Day, Table of the Sun's Declination, .General Ti4le Table, Table of Wages, Table of Daily Expenses, Avoirdupois Price, Profit and Loss Table, Table'for Computing Interest, ':Couniing House Calendar, Holidays, Assignment I 'Regulations, Additional Assignment Regulations, I: ations and Slops, Code of Signals (with coloured I plate) General Fees and Dues at the various Public Offices, &c., Civil Establishment, Military Esta bi...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Politics. MR. WENTWORTH'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

Colonail Politics MR WENTWORTH'S BILL.       The idea of having all the interests, both civil and sacred, of this most important settlement   of the Empire entirely dependent on the mere volition or caprice of an irresponsiible authority, such as a Governor and Council as a present constituted, unquestionably are, is daily becom- ing more and more unpalatable to this whole     community. The urgent necesity for a thorough and complete change of system is now univer sally acknowledged; for even the staunchest Tories of the late administration, to whom His Ex- cellency General DARLING left his blessing in the tangible and substantial form of eligible grants of land and offices of emolument, are beginning to find that the present system, which has been bequeathed to us through the loving kindness of their trusty and well beloved, the WELLINGTONS and the PEELS, of the old regime can work no longer. Ou mercanti...

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Religious Intelligence. PRESBYTERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 January 1836

Religious Intelligence. PRESBYTERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The Quarterly Meeting of this body was held in Sydney, on Thursday; the 7th instant; present, the Rev. John Cleland, A. M. Moderator, the   Rev. Dr. Lang, the Rev. J. McGarvie, A M. the Rev. J. Garven, A. M., and Messrs. Ross Coulter, W. Mackintosh, and Andrew John- ston, Elders. After the minutes of the last meeting had been read, a letter was also read from the Colonial Secretary, in reply to a memorial addressed to Government by the Presbytery at their last meet- ing, soliciting a revisal of the late Ticket-of-leave regulations, so as to enforce the regular attend- ance of persons of that class on the ordinances of religion. The letter was to this effect, viz:- That the Sunday musters of the Ticket-of-leave holders, had not been dispensed with without mature deliberation; that they had been found to lead to scenes of disorder and dissipation, and that the Government hoped and expected that a much superior moral i...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. JANUARY 21. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 21 January 1836

WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS - JANUARY 21. ICOMPILED FOR T.lE COLONIST.] .IMPORTS. -; 0·-iii ' Z.ZTS, Ina boqdP -r Bran( y,,First Quality, per gallon .. o 4' a 05 6 Second ditto.......... .!. 0: ,3 0 .. 0 3 , :u')( ,lna B.P., proof ................ 0 6 .. 0 2 0 R1in, Strong, 3o 0.V.......... ... o , 3 0 S :" American, ditto ..... ..' 0 1' 0 .. 0 ~ 3'; , Isle of France, ditto 0... 0 .. 0 1 3 Gain,.untinged ........;....' 9* 3 2 .. 0 3 4 Straw coloured .......~" O 2 '0'.. 0 '2 -Caste, 4 gall6ns- ....'.'..i ... 1 1 0 .. I 4; Port,best, eerpipe ......,.. 35- 0,0. ..5001, Go de -e0 pope:...............30 0I0 ..3f 0 0 Sherry, best,, per butt ... ;.' '.i* .O 0 .. . :O P , ,,Pe-r, dozen.,#... .......1 5 l o..3iO;? B, M ai letra, e pippe 3.0-. ' 0 ' 0-...:' ': , Per doen . ...'-..'-. " .,0 4 .I00 .'o Teneriffq,, per pipe..- 0 ". .. 1 ' 0 ..21,3 0, P?er d(ozen ...........,.,, 0 16, 0 .. 0;-,0, Cape, Company's behst,.ll0 gallonslo, ,I,;J2 90 0 ..3.. 0B CIhampagne, sparklinig;; ...;: "' . 2'10 '0 ...

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