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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March [?]0, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

Government Notice. Colonial Secretar)'» OtTice.'Sjdnej , Maich 11) 1812. WHEREAS it has been represented to the Government, that on Hie night ol 'Sunda) the 18th day of Maich instant, TWO STACKS ot W1IMT, on the farm of Mrs. Mary Helby, nt-ur Wilbrrfoice. In the County of Cook, were feloni. usly and maliciously set on fire and destro)ed, by some evil disposed pelton or person» unknown ; Hi« Excellency the Governor, for the better appre- hending anti hrmgmg to justice the pet son» concerned in the telony before-mentioned, is lieieby pleased lo promts« a pardon for the said offence, to any one of Hiern (except the person who actually »el fire lo the »riid stacks) who snail discover lils accomplice or ac compilées therein, »o that he, she, or they, may be appnehehded nnd convicted tlrereol. And, as a further encouragement, a rewaid of twenty pounds is hereby offered io any person (except as aforesaid) who slmll ditenver the said oflender or offenders, so that he, »he, or they, may b» a...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

SAILED. Sept. 38, from Liverpool, LintUayt, Rowe, for V. D. Land. Oct.2,- Deal, John Woodhall,Thompson,-ditton N.S. W. -'l8; - ditto. Wanstead, Cuff, - V. D. Land. - 16, - ditto, Sisters, Duke, - Kew Zealand. Nov. 11. _ Portsmouth, Gilmore, 224 Convicts, - V. D. Land - 16. - ditto,/><W/m, Plunket, - N. S Wales. - 20.-do. Royal Admiral, Fotheringham_N. 9. Wale*. - l8, - ditto. Tamar, Northwood, - N. S. Wales. - lu, - ditto, eir William Wallace. Carter, - JÎ. S,W»le»

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. " Inter scabiam tantam el contagia./ GENTLEMEN. I The announcement in your paper of the nth in»t., of a Bill having been brought forward IuCouncil, to check the progieas of the soab in sheep, lia« given \ general satisfaction to the resident proirrislors in this part of the Country. It is a cruel thing for au industnons farmer to see contagion spreading amid hu flocks, and til» prospect» blighted, through the upathy (not to lay wone) of other». That this has for years past been the case amongst »heep owner», 1» well known, nor can it be denied thal the evil is increaiing. Never was there more urgent need of Legislative interposition. The only question is, what the enactment should be. To those who have not been in the habit of considering the subject practically, thisisit question of no ordi- nary difficulty. So much so, Indeed, that thinking and well informed men have euieilained doubts, whether any law can be devised wh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

MARRIED.—By special license, on Thursday last, the 5th instant, at St, John's Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. Thomas Hassall, the Rev. Ralph Mansfield, Editor of the Sydney Gazette, to Lucy, eldest daugh- ter of the late William Shelley, Esq., of Parramatta. DIED.—At Parramatta, on Saturday last, Andrew De La, infant son of Mr. David Maziere, aged 18 months. On Friday last, at his residence, Castlereagh street, after a protracted illness, Mr. Thomas Dunn, for- merly Chief Constable of Sydney. 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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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [FROM THE MORNING HERALD OF NOV. 28.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [FROM THE MORNING HERALD OF NOV. 29.1 POLAND-The-reign of tenor is established at Warsaw, and pioscription, banishment, and confiscation, are the'order of the day. The pa- tt iots, who relied upon the capitulation of War- saw, and who cither remained or returned there since its surrender, have found what other sub- jugated countries have.learnt by fatal experience -that Russia is not more distinguished for the bal barons ferocity of her conquests than for her Punie jaith. Tiley have found that, in spite of capitulation or treaty, Russia assumes the power of disposing of the life, and libeity and fortune of every man in Poland ; they have found that the promised clemency ol' the baibai ians means nothing else but the miseries and torments of a persecution less expeditious, but scaicely leis effective In its destructive consequences, than itu mediute'extenninatirhi by tile íwold. ' The Paris Papéis of Friday and Suturday, re- ceived last night, mention that some dist...

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ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XVI.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XVI.) By Hi's Excellency Major-G enernlBouRKE, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and ita Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the name, with the advice of the Legislative Council. " An Act for regulating the rates of tolls or dues, to he levied at the Markets of Sydney and Parramatta. WHEREAS an Act of the Governor, with the advice of the Legislative Council, vv as passed in the sixth year of the reign of King Gcnrge Iii: Fourth, intituled " An Act to con- tinue, until further piovision «hall be made, certain duties, tolls, rates, fees, and other sums nf money, inipe-sed by the Gnveinoia of New South WHles, and for other purposes;" 4iid whereas it is expedient Ihul su much uf the said Act as relates to Hie tolls or dues levied or collected at the Murken ol Sydney and Par ramulla should be repealed, and that provision be made for levying certain other nae» ni tolls and dues at the said Mm kel» in future: Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

8AZ.B BY AUCTION. WITHOUT UEsERVE, On Thursday the lath instant, at the Wool Pack Inn, Parramatta, BY MR. WILLIAM BARNS, ONE of the most elegantly finished COT! AO Bain the Colony, commanding the niiifct picturesque views of Giivi-runicui do- main. Agricultural, and Botanic Oard«n«. tin lown'of 1 arramall, the surrounding eountiy, ¿co Ace. This delightful and genteel residence cost the proprtitor upwards of £700; has been erected within the last 16 months ; liai leceivcd three coats of paint throughout, li only requires Inspection to pronounce this Villa H complete terrestrial paradise. It adjoins ihe Catholic Chapel and the new intended Mai kel. The Cottage Pre*tnt* a frontage of 40 leet ; is weather boardid and bricked, with a verandah round, well nagged, und consists-first floor of two bed rooms, two Billin« ditio, a dressing aud washing closet, two kitchens, w uti oven and boiler, and servants' room. Second fluor com prises three bed rooms. The out buildings coiul-i of a stable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "j Sydney, 6a. per Quarter.-Single Numbera, Td. J Country,(postage included)6s.Zd. per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and uiutt r, 2.t. Oi/., and Irf. ? fnc*i /'"' "H «''«re ; /or every ¡n.iirti'w. FOR LONDON DIRECT, Under engagement to sail on or before the 1st of May. TH E well-known Fast-sailing Ship ASIA, 518 Tom Résister, Capt. J. F STEAD Has the whole of her dead weight owned, and will be ready to receive light gooda in fourteen da\i. Her accommodations are excellent, and she will oarry an experienced Surgeon. For freight or pansncr, applv to Lamb, Buohanan, ** Oo. Castlereagh-fttreet, 1st March, IB32. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, N THE Ship PORTLAND, A 1, cop- pered and copper fastened, burthen 385 tons, William Aitcongh, commander. She will be ready for sea/in three weeks, and has excel- lent accommodation for Passengers. A. B. SPARK. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT. THE fine Brig LORD BYRON, 208 tons register, having the whole of her dead weight ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

Publia »otto» FREE FEMALE SERVANTS. Colonial Secretary'» Ornee, Sydney, A pi II 2,18«. THE Right Honorable the Secretary of Stale tar the Colonie» hat cnrainnnlcaled to the Governor the intention of Iii» Majesty*» Government io send nul lo lins Colony, through the medium of the Commissioners for promoting Eu.igrn tinn, a number of fiee young women, chiefly fiom Ihe agricultural counties of l-.iiglaiiil, who having been brought up In such a nnnner as to qualify them to discharge the duties of servants ni the family of a fanner, are unable in that country lo procure such simulions, nr to gain an honest livelihood ; and who would iheretnrc gladly avail themselves of the oppnr. tunny or emigrating io a colon) in which they cowld rely iipnn finding the means of decent support. An nugrmenls have been made hythe Government for Hie payment of the passage pi these- females to the colony ; and in nrder that they may find situations immediately 0n tlieirarnva1.il Is requested that tree married...

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OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

OUTWARDS. GENERAL BOURKE, 15 ton», Duncan, Bung-ary Moral], ballast AUSTRALIA. 12 tons. Hall, Hawkesbury, »undries WILLIAM THE FOURTH, S3 tons, Taggart, Newca* tle. sundries SHAMROCK 29 ton», Wllllnms, Newcastle, ballast SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, »na« drip» NANCY, IO tons Curtie» Hawkesbury,ballast JANE, 3 tnns. Graham, Crook Haven, sundi les I BEE, 14 lons. Friend, Illawarra, sundries ENDEAVOUR, 14 ton«, Everingham, Hawkesbury, sundi tes ADELAIDE, 30 ton». Stoke«, Illawarra, dray GENERAL BOURKE, 15 ton», Duncan, Newcastle, billntt MONITOR, SO ton«, Clavell, Newcastle, ballast HOPE. «4 tons. Brown, Newcastle, ballast BRISBANE, l8 tons, Marnspin, Nulla Dolla, sundries ROVER. 14 tons. Maloy, Newcastle, ballast MARY, ft tons, Faulkner, Hawkesbury, sundries JOHN 9 tons, Twlble, Hawkesbury »undlies SHAMROCK, Í9 tons, Williams, Newcastle, sundries

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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. XIII.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XIII.) By His Excellency Major-General RICH- ARD 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. An Act to establish a Savings' Bank in New South Wales, and to provide for the manage- ment thereof, and for the security of deposits therein. WHEREAS it is desirable for the encouragement of frugality, that per- sons possessing small sums of money beyond what they require for the supply of their immediate wants, should be afforded an opportunity of depositing the same on good security, to accumulate at compound interest, and to form a provision for themselves and   families: Be it therefore enacted by His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, with the advice of the Legislative Council,...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE MYSTERIOUS Arfair.-As some children were at play near the Alligator store ship yesterday, (Sunday) they discovered a coffin, which, on examination, was found to con. tain the body of Brennan, the soldier who was shot on Friday last. It is not ascertained by whom the body was exhumed,   but it s ascribed to the friend; of the deceased, who Intended to inter him in another place, The coffin was removed and buried in its former grave with quick lime, and a sentinel was stationed to guard the spot. Four sons of Tbespis have made their debut on these shores per Wave. The Court of Requests commenced on Thurs- day with 410 cases on the list and 42 which stood over from last sittings. Upwards of 1800 tons of shipping entered the harbour of Port Jackson during the three first days of last week, the signal man had no sinecure during that period, colours flying during that time without intermission. The man Kent, convicted of arson on Mr. Lithgow's estate, st...

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EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 2nd to the 9th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 2nd to the Oth Ins t., inclusive. BBILLIANT brig, 197 tons, lloplon, master, for Lon- don ; 380 casks sperm oil, 72 bale» wool, and stores. FLORA ship, 2i9 tons. Sheriff master, for Batavia; IO cows and 8 calves, and stores, PYRAMUS ship, l61 tons, Wilson master, for Launcea. ion : 2 cases shoes, 5 casks bottled beer, 1 cask cream tartar, 5 rams, 09 kegs, and store». DRYADE ship, 26fi toni, Heard matter, for London, 314 casks sperm oil, 131 bales flax, ?s bales wool, 1 logcedii, 1D0 wheel »pokes, 12,546 treenails, and stores.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2nd to the 9th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. . -«.- . Sydney General Trade Zaiat. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2nd to the Oth Instant, inclusive. April 2.- HARLEQUIN schooner, 71 tons, Hayes, master, from Hobin t Town, ; John Learmonth, agent, in ballast. -CAPTAIN COOK ship, 460 toni, Stewart master, from Landon; malo prisoners and Government störet; Lamb and Co. agents. -S.-WAVE, barque, 340 tons, Lister master, from London,tin HobarlTown; Campbell and Co., agents; 00 bhds beer, Uicl.arilJoi.es and Co.-, G cans tunnels waste. George Bunn, 10 puncheon» rum, Campbell Se Co ; 11 cask» glass ware, A. I!. Spark; So casks corks, C. and V. Wilson ; 1 case books and apparel, * bales cottons, G bales slops, 1 case whip», I case leather, 3 casks beer, J. B. Montefiore and Co.; 42 oask» beer, 5 casks cider, 10 caska wine, 1 hhd- gin, 1 hhd. brandy, li cases mustard and pickle», 12 casks glass, 1 casa shoe», 6 casks 2 cases earthenware, 1 case stationery, 1 case hab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

Publio Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, lülh April, 11)32. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom dming the last week, viz :. Asia ('-'), Janie» Golf Asia (YJ, John Scott Hoyne, William Devino Ditto, I'atilck Orey or Colley Ditto, James Collins Ditto, Patrick Diifley lliothrrs C1), Jane Mechan nillo, Maiy Mac .Mahon Ditto, Bridget Kearns Ditto, Maiy AiinSlewail Edwind (1). Mary or Uiidgrt Ry an Llizahcth (1). Maigarel lie.gin rr.endship (ti), Kl.zabrth Bmdic General stuart, William Lynch Ditto, Richard Webb Ditto, William Lewis Ditto, A lui lew Goodwin Ditto, George Hopwood Ditto, George liastcott Ditto, John Stephens Ditto, John Kendall Ditto, Janie* Oakes Ditto, llenrv MellicQmp üloiy,Thoms» Ratclitle Ditto, Joseph Parish i Guildford (5), William Evans Hadlow (I), John Itangclev Ditto, William Wilson Ditto, James Harrison Ditto, Richard Clayburn Ditto, Samuel Hall Ditto, Edward Walton Henry Poic|i«r, Terence Wallis Ditto, Christopher Mooney Di...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 9th April, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

Government Notice. Colonial faecretaiy'» Office, Sydney, Oth April. 1ÖJC. HIS Excellency the Governor is piloted lo direct, that the following report of the discovery of certain rief», oil Kangaroo Island, be published for general Information. lly Ills Excellency's Commui.d, ALEXANDER M'LEAT. " King George's bound, loth Feb. XñVi. " Sir,-Hy the esrliest opportunity 1 take the liberty to forward you an account of some daugeious reel' recently seen oil Kuugaioo Island by the schooner £ugtr, whilst on her voyage from Van Dienten'« Land lo Hie Swan River; considering the discovery to be of great imuurlanco to the mercantile interests of Disten. Australia, and to theshippiuggencrally which navigate these sim. " 1 am, sir, your most obedient servant, " T. b. HOE, " Surveyor General, Westtrn Australia " " Io the lion, the Colonial Secietary, N. s. Wales," " Schooner Cogie, Captain John Brockman, j iioui tlobail low», bound to Swan Uivti."y "Ulst December, 1831, Noon.-Latitude observed, 3Û ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Want of «pnce prevent» us from jiving insertion to many valuable communications, which we have re ccived r.om unuiermis correapondeuls ; hut uti the ¡iiiblio.uinn of the " Herald" twice a week, we shall be enabled tn gratify our d lends by the prompt admission of their literary favori into the column; of our Journal. The valuable Caper, on the Ocolngy of the Intcilor, ruad lo the Orologlcul Society, in Apiil hist, lim been unavoidably delayed, but «ill appear next week.

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Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 9thy April, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Uth April, 1U3S. HIS Excellency the Goveernor has been pleased lo approve of the following alte- rations in the Police of the Colons, nnmüv - To be Constables, under the Government Ordei, No. 12, of 23d May, 1831. Windsor-Tluimas Sumpter, per Nithsdale (mid to act ils scourgcr), fiom the 1st instant, in the room ot William M'Coy, dismissed. Inveinrj-Hoheit Buhner, pet Marquis Huntley {and to act as scourgei), fiam the S tit h ultimo, in the room of John Williams, per Marquis Huntley, disiuissud. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LKAY.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Court of Chancery. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

LAW INTELLIGENCE Court of Chancery. MONDAY -Before Judge Dowling. In the ' «"»tate ot Ed wai d lilley, Esq deceased. Dr. I Wardell prayed a decree ot the Court on the | bill and answer which had been tiled by the trustees ot that estate, for permission to di »pose of the leal propert) ot the testator, and rest the proceeds in public securities according to his wish. Hie learned Dottot, in arguing the case, observed, that the property belonging to the es- tate was of considerable value, but ot such a nature that the whole ot the proceedings arising from it were swallowed up in repairing dilapida- tions, and the family of the testatoi. seven in number, were left destitute. " Two ot the seven were of age-the eldest son, Mr. Edw Riley, was of tige, and in England, consequently, out of the jurisdiction of that Court, the youngest child was only S years old, the legatees would therelorc have to leinaiu lu jears, until a parti- tion ot the pioperty could take place, which was of so peculia...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 9th April 1832. PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832

Government Notioe. Colonial Seoietniv's Offioe, Sydney, . gili April, 1832. : TASSES. IT has heen represented to the Go- vernor, that much inconvenience is oecasioited to individuals by tim fréquent renew ni of ibu descriptions attached lo pastes given lo convicts, in compliance willi the Oiiveiiinieni Older ol 20th May, 1810, No. 0, and the Oovcrnimnt Notice of loth Jan. mti. His Excellency therefore directs it to he notified, thal provided each convict is furnished willi iiutheiiii. cnicil pnrliculuts »I his own dc>citpli<>n, whenever absent from his master's properly, ii will no1 be n« cestaiy Hi t ihese be u ritten upon the saul« paper us the pass specifying Hie cn mid upon which he is eui. pin) ed al the lime. One copi ot the description will thus milice ; to be used willi any number of success^ e pusses, especially li li be Militen on parchment, 'Die alleged dilUcully of complying willi Hie regula- tions being thus diminished, all constables and ollieit are pt...

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