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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. FEBRUARY 4. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

WHOLESALiE P.RICESOF GOODS FEBRUARY 4. (COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] Mz PORS ., $ Z=1 T , in bon. d , Brandy, First .Quality, per gallon'. O~j'0' ' 0a0 ?t ..'' Secohd ditto:.:. . : . O 3u"O'. ° 3 .Si Rum, B.?, proof .'.'& ... 2 0 Q 2 " Rum, Strong, 30 O.P,..' .' ..; 0. 3, 3 a .?: 6' : Amerlcaa,.ditto - ... . O . ? -0i1-1 0 ,1 1F 3Y_ isle ofiFrance, ditto .... I 0 . 0 ' Glin untinged .. 0.... . * 3 2 .0 '3 4.., Straw coloured ... ...? 0- 2 .0 2;,( r? Case; 4 gallons :.. " I 1 0 .rr 4 Po, or, ?et; pr pii .. .i . ..... ;:35 , i0 0.;50;0 0 rt Per dozen.*...... " l ; ' **:1 10 ,0. 1 15 I ,Good, per pipe .: ..... .30 . . 0 ; 0 0'. 0' .0 S~herry, best, per butt ' .;':..*';. , 30: 0 0 . .50 0 6t 0, Per dozen.: 1... 5' 0 '.. 1 ';0 !, Madeira, er pipe 1 5 0 .. 1 0 6 Teneriile, per pipe..:... . .: :. 0 :0,,.21 0 " Cipe, Comap'an'ys best, 110 gallons . 12 10 0 . .'::13 '' 40 .Champagne, sparklingi.. 2 -00 ..2 5':. 0 P ink ........ ... s Ale," Biirton, per barrel, 36 gallons.~7,0 0 Hodgeo...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Original Correspondence. SUICIDE AND GROG. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

S,Q~itat toe Brepoubelte . `JUICID1. AND GROG. :TO THE EDITOR OF' THE COLTONIST.`: SiR,,--rIeI title mof the' present communication. bears 'reference t?o a' singular, but most unholy alliance ; and yet the connexion is not one:of an accidental character; both reason and experielce, declare the. union to be most intimate I?d,.nr? tnrrpl. ?uicide, according' to the ordliiary ac ceptation of the term, is.often the crowning ac; of the drunkards sinful career,; but by attachi~ng the bignification of suicide to whatever, neces sarly tends to shorten life, we shaH find that moderate grog drinking, deserves the appellationl of suicide ; ,being a certain, though gradual means of selfLdestruction.:, Alcohol in, an un combined. state, is declared tobe injurious; alnd thLis assertion is made not by a few ignorant in-t dividuals, but by: a host of men eminent by at tainment, 'and scientific reseanich. While spirit, or that which is arialogous to.it, lies concealed under the forms with whiich nat...

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Markets. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

, :FIDAYi, JANUARY: 29. : : .VEGETABnLES.-sPotatoes, 8s.tto 10s. per cwt. Cab-ý' bages, '2d. each., BJocoli, ,3d.:ýeacli. iTurnips:.and Carrots, 3d. per bunch. Cucumbdrs id. to 3d.:each.' 'Onions; lId. per lb.. Leeks, ld: to 2d. *perbibunch.i Fruit plentiful.--Apples; Gd. to Is. per dozen. Pears, Gd. to Is. per do. Plums, 6d. to i0d. per do.. Green. gages, Is. to ,s..3d. per do. Peachies, 2d. to 3d. per do. Nectarines, 6d. per do.. Lemons is. per ditto. Grapes, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Poultry'.,Fowls, 4s. to 5s. per couple" Ducks, 5's to 6s. perdo iGeese ,9s: to 10s. per do~ Turkeys, 10s. to 12s. per? d.:: Salt butter, 2s. to 2s 3i. per lb.:' Freslidittio, 2s. 6d. per. ditto. Eggs, Is. 8d. to dls. Od.' perAdozen. `;Cheese, 8d. to 0d?:pe: lb. Butcllers' meat-Beef, per car case, 3d.; :pdrdlb.-: Mutton,,per do, 2-d; to 3d. per do. Ha,?,---B std tni,, 171.: to181..Sper ton. Masse, 7s. 6d. per bushel: Oats, 4s.'6d. per do. Barley, 5s. Od. per .ditto.!:eWheat'stia.w, 25s. to 30s. per load.: 70...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

TO CORILESPONDENTS. We are absolutely overwhelmed at this moment with, cor?, respondence, and our respectable contributors must hl-tierefore allow us to take thdm in turn. We! have ;a. great aversion to take up Aft. AMarshill's' ,amparhlet again. The public are sick of the man, as iell as of the whole subject of Female Emigration. In, ?stich circumstances we thirnk it advisdble not to 'insert :Cautigator's letter at all, altlhough asomueparts "qf itfaie very good. 3.re are again obliged to defer the insetiion:of C.'s c~ninu nication. Ifidex on NWool, has been received, "and willbe, inserted. J: w' can find room for the Coiucidence next week, we, S"hall insert it also, but wlt/ieit 'the coimmeint. :The :.latter will not do. .L Civil Engineer cannot possibly be admitted this week., We shall try what can be done the next, for we are 'pressed with matter. ?:uoius must be a very yotng man indeed; if he thinks wei are likely to point our heavy artillery and to "Jfre," at, thelbiddinj of a...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

WEz have been favoured by ?Messrs. M'Gaa, Breed, ai?l 'C. with thei following. account of a Sale of io, ". Liverpool, ie Cabotia, Sptemb 1'8, 1835.: S b Sale ,of 1265 bales 1 aIt'3s:.2d. 2 2S.11 d. 2,2s. 10.,; 2, 2s. 9J; , 2 . ?2 . 49?, . 4 8 13, 2s. 7 d.; 9, 2s .7d.; 6, 2s._ 6d.; 50, 2s 6 59, 2s. 5#d. 88". 2s. 5d.-;, 84, 2s., ld.; .101, 2s:. 4d.;' 141 2s 3 d: 181;2: 3d.:' 122; 2s.21d.; 105,'2s. 2d.; 582si1' 'id.': 73, 2s. Id.; 28, 2s. 0Jd.; 30, 2s. ;1'"1$ 'i1d. ;14, 1s. lld. ; 8, li. 10.d:; I2,ls:10: ; Il' 1ls. 9 d.; 3, Is 9d, '3:. s. is. 8d:.; 1:.1s. 8di8 ` ,8, ls. 74d. ;4, Is. 7d.; 10; ls., 6&d.; i .. 6d. ; 7.,.is i.5d:; .10,, . I d. 1, Is.4d.:::; 4, Is.?d.;; 1; Is. 3d. . Average, 2s. 5d: :,42 B13ai -4;at 2s. 3~d..; 2s. 2d.;, 4, 2s..4d" ; , 2s .d ';l.2s 0,&.d 5, .2s 4, ?s. ild. 2, .Is.;9d'.;2, 1s: .Sd.;'2, Is. 4d. ; Average; 1s:iOld . , 82 Bales-2, 2s. 9d.; 13,,s.26 1d. ;'.6,d2s. ld.; 21i2s.'0O&d.I;,'9r,' 2s." 114; 1s.:.11d.; 10,9 is. 1id. 5,. 1s. 104.: ;'...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Domestic Intelligence. LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

S Bdotmestic Iinteltigence. ,LAu: AND IMMIGRATION COMPANY.: A IwttMinotis and' highly respectable 'Meetihg'df i"ridholders, hMerchants, and other 'Gehilenrien :in teYsted in the'formation of a: Company of'thii: Skindl, washield at the Pulteney Hotel, on' Tues:l "d~,i- the 2nd instant, at two o'clock, the Hon. . '.Jones, Esquirei M. C., ih the 'Chiar. After Sthl object of the Meeting';ihad been briefly stated; by the Chairman, and the Resolutions of'the Prd6isional Committee read by Mir.Bull, the' 'Ttmpbrary' Secretaryi the Chairman'icalled- on the. R'ev. Dr. Lang, who was present, to state his s'sntiments on the subject of 'the proposal under .donsideration to the Meeting. Dr.'L. replied; :that he had attended to hear'rather than to speik,i u it as he was known to have had some conhekion with the subject of emigration'and: had recently bhern'in England, he'vwould :state his sentiments to-the Meeting. The purport of his ob;seirvitions oas, that the intioductibn of' numerous induts' t...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Intelligence. THE ADMINISTRATION OF OATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

THE :A'DMINISTRATION OF ,OATI S. [FRaoMoAi~lisiSi RC?IGIOU.8 'PERIODICALý.]' AT thle .present period, when oaths are adminis- c rered to such a dreadfil? extent, it seems necessury to examine. the subject, :and to lay thle result of our ii' vestigationibefore the publhc In this paper I shall t 'enquire, is it lawful to take ian oaiih and, What eis the proper mode of adBlinistration l r i' A lawful oath,' say the Westminster, Divities r 'is a part of religious worship, wiherein~ upon Sjusti occasion, the" person swearing sulemnly calleth God to witness .h. t .he assertetlror;.promiseth ; and:.to, s judge himnacvcodi.ig.totle-truth ort falsehood of what he sweareti.:':1ti. ponstitute. an: oati laful,: it .has been said that -,four..: things ;',arerequired{;-a proper administrator, a.legal : cal,a; sc? ptureimode and a religious frame,- and a .suitable end:i But without enlaTgihg ono .na'ny' of these polints, ? woiild observe, that the l'awfulness f oaths I.estiblished by,.scrii turil ...

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South African Statistics. THE CAFFER WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

S. : THE 'CAFFR WAR. [FROM~rTIHE SOUTH AF?ICAN COMMERCIAL 'ADVERTISER.] OCTObEit; 2,-;TIhe Caffer;Waris inow fairly over II and we trust that' the polj?ey to which it owed its I origin and contintiance, will expire with it.. We miean the policy of seizing every' ".favourable op Ieortunityof edxtending the colony" by depriiving tihe liatives of Africa of their lands: 'It is to be hoped, also, that the " dangerous doctrines" 'put forth iri certain; addresses 'and- .memorials. respecting the non-existenice ofany ight in the Cafflrs to the land of their .:icestors,` will receive no "countenance from: iersons 'in authority. For thougli 'such doctrines prddice only, laughter and contempt `within - theolony, where the character of. their {dsupporters, and the ends they have inl view are sutflicently knlown ;,yet, ifco.mmuhicatCdtd th.i 1t G? 'i(fer chiiefs'and people, with t"his addition,.tliit .the framers 'of such villainous documents were regarded 'as enlightened 'men:':by. the 'Governo...

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CAPE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

S' APE .NEWS. i-. THm'ft lowing paragraphs are extracted from the' late Cape papers: WO oL. Wool has been a text for this papier for many years back:. When iouir 724th Number' was published: '?(May 21, 1834)J on; the arrival : of Mii; rlobb's first investment of. I\1lerinos from New South Wales, a Friend to Improvement .said---" You; can: do nothing more now,iunless: you bore;a hole in; our; skulls,; -and "pour: in- lyour ::arguments-,through t;,a funnel."--We shall now do something of that sort, by inserting the following I practical ..Cqmmentary on all we ;.have written on this subject. It is: an extract`: frodm a"letter just received by a Mercanitile` House in, Cape Town, giving ain accountt of somen Wool of last year's crop, sent to Londoni by the Mlalvina:- - n London,' May 20, 1835.-By: the Fanny we send you ouri Broker's. report of the quality oftyour Wool ex Mlalviuai Since it was sent to us 1 have seen Mir. Marsh, who is onei of.our most eniterprising and most intelligeut W...

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EXPLORATORY PARTY IN THE INTERIOR. Cape Town, Nov. 3, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

EXPLORATOR?Y' PARLT !'IN TiHE' INTERIOR. - Cape Town, Nov. 3, 1835. , St.--I shall be. obliged by.-your informing the: s ibscribers, through your Paper, that I haoe;rere ceived letters 'from Dr. Andrew: Smith, the, con-, duictor ofour interesting expedition in the interior, dated, Meriqua ,River,.26th July' 1835.: i.Js large stream,', discovered, by the. traders eDsrs. Scoon and M'Luckie in 1829, (and which I ;.had the! honour. first .to b~;ing to public, notice,) rises itlithe highlands north, of .the sources of the KIy Gariep or Yellow Orange River; and, taking a direct northerly course for some timune, tends to theeastward, 'and is .sup posed to reach the coast some-where in the district .of Inhambane. From the Chief 1Vat-. sillicatzi, the party liad "received every attention and kindness, and, .lhe had determined to despatch his ,prim.:d,dviser,!a Chief of the panle of N u Corubute; t;o oestablish a friendly, treaty. with the white King; he said he might s.leeip ,easy, arid be c...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

BY D. N. LORD. .PrrcH'D.on the crystal hyaline, A. litle fly is often seen To stir the placid.lake"; . .; So trifles often,will excite, "The Fancy to her circling flight Acid all her powers awake. A tree which folmerlyihad spread Its beaded' arms of verdant shade, Aiid given to birds a home. 'From good old age imbibed decay, .Till where it grew it wither'd lay, In leafless crumbling gloom. Some :ants whose grahdsires oft of yore SHal climb'dits boughs to gather'store, :Against the ,winter bleak,; Resolved since it no further good,. Could yield them by supply offoo?a its shelter'tliey. would seek: . SAh luckless ants!, tJiey scarce had been, In their abode;..a month, I ween, Befoire'awoodman came. The fallen tree was quickly seen, And'soon was fell'd with" hatchet keen, As fitted for the flame And now within the hot fireplace, From log to log they run their race,: . The fiery death to fly, While Death more hotly seems to. chase, . Their hurried qfight from place to;place, * Determine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

SALES ST AUCTZON. TZis' day, February 4, Lyons, at "the"' ew Cattle ,Mlarket, Horses.: IVi'his day, February 4, Blaaman, at Campbelli .and Co's, Certificate of Spirits, . This day, ,Febiuary 4, Lyons; at the New Citle -Market 50 head of Cattle. : Saturday, Februiry 6, Lyon's, at his l rooms, Wine Porter,;&e, . - . .. ? iMnday, February 8; Blackaiian, at the New Cat tie Market, Horsep, Forrester;:&c. : Monday,' February' 8,'J. Paul; "on the Ground' Allotmiients on the South Head Road. - oLiiday; Felruiary '8;Lyons, at zMontefiore's ftsiiejlerchanidize, Wednesday, February 10, Lyons, at H, G. Smith's, George Street:, ExtensiveiSale of Mlerchaudize. .We.dnesday, February 10, Col. Int. Rev. Crown Lands, Town Allotments and. Leases. : .

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

n.n. RA? MO.v ,n as aSd recsed a. communication to, ;The ; Ga#.z te . aijd1 ?Qonitor newspapers,. ini consequence of the ;ippearance of a letter in our l?gst.number, signed j.f A .Colonist.' We subjoin M1?r.: Raymorn.d'st notice in order.that ourreadeis .ray be, maltl i.anre. of the Post Office, regula-; tjouns tin .idhjs r;espect; ; , - : General:Post.Office,;December 30; 1835. N :Notice isl;hereby- given ithat; on.a nd .after. the l~pt . d4ay .(ý January-. next,!the:1lails for the Southern. and' S es.tQa'iin:districts of the co ony willnot be ?eppatchqd, mupt'?.tve' o'clock,in the aft-rnoon daily, and, that; in" donseqiuence,.the Office for .the receipt of 1Letters to. be fdriwara?d by those Mails will be open each day untilthalf-past fouro'clock, instead of being-closed at half-pas. three as at;present.: -And:on .the days ap pointed for the saling of the Steam Packets for the Northern Country, Letters intended to be torwarded by them Will be received until half-j'ast five o'clock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

f f, ; .THE COLONIST, :.± :';: (-OPIES of' the following Numbers of Tis Co / ;oErst are required to complete :the' sets of sonle of our subscribers, and for which ONE SHILLINO. each will be paid on aljplication at the office':--Nos. 1, 6, 7,'8, 9, "10, 12, 13, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, and 46.: Per sonslvwishing any particular numbers of TilE Cd LONti'rT, or a complete set,' are' requested 'to' make early application. TO NEWLYa ARRzVED: EMIGOANTS, SETTLERS, AND .OTL?S, -0- ' s MR.. 3LACO ?J?.", On MONDAY,,the 22nd day of February, 1 ,1a'83 it One o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, 5 King Street, syOUR HUNDRED ' AN FORTYN AGRUED LEWLS Fifty-two, two years old dfitto ..y n Sixty-eigtit, nmaideni ditto Forty.nine, two :ye rs old Wetlirs Seventy, one year old ditto; ixty-two, Weaned Lams not. shorn thi ear One hundred and 'eighty- Yroung Liamibsjustweaned Five Raby Lambs Total.: 935.' '' Terms made known at the time of Sale.:" ?: N.B. ?For further. particulars;,.pply at the Rouse and Land Ageni...

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THE ANN JAMISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

THE ANN: JAMISON?r: TRnovGF the st. pineness of ,C?vertnment, the ihull of this vessel has mostptiaterially impedd dpublic business at tlee: Jing's ?'.harf for niore tlian two years, inotwilthstanding thle attentioni of the autho rities has beeni Trequently drawn t tthe iuisance- a still greater may,.ow,ibeex~pected, 'forthe hull of the old Alex.tnder,whiich had beenrinoored by the contractor I'f raising:the.Ann Jamison, close to where shie, liesis.. sinking rapidlvy,;andl we ex pecti before; tH is :tine to find shee has gone down ; if such should prove'to be. lie'caseof.whichtlhere seems but i)tle.dodub?t, fodr notwithstanding the pumps have'been' kept 'going all da t the water has been gainimngfast upoli them. ~The conduct of the authorities wiill be still mnirerrellensible, as' the Governoi hisilslf is in ?~,and has been personually made ,dacq!iaintedi 'with te .circum stance bthetl ~-ir)olnr Master--she mighlt easily have beeni hauled over to the other side of the cove, on the s...

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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 23RD TO THE 30TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

REi?oiRTS' FRnoi : T[E" 23Rb"TO THE '30'1 .'INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. JANUAnR 23. -Iindustry (schooner), 63 tons, Skelton. master, from New. Zealand, ?-R. 'Duke, agent-; 25 tons flax, R.JDuke. . . -' -T 25.,-=Lord Rodney. (brig); 166 tons, Harwood; master, from'New. Zealand; Cooper,.?Holt; and, .Co., i, agents; 2000 bushels maize, 2j:!tons:potaktoes~i ;12 casks pork, 3 casks lard, 2 casks fat, 1'to? flax,' 1j ton whalebone,,400 feet timber, Cooper: Holt;, and' Co.; 13 casks pork, J.F. Church; 11 bundles hbalelonei J. S. Brown; 1 cask sperm oil~1' cask tobaccoaR. Duke. : :25.-Laly Wellington (brig), 1901 tons,:. Cooper, Imaster, fiom the sperm fishery, Captain Cliffe, agent;, 700 barrels sperm oil, Captain Cliffe. 25.-Currency Lasse (schooner),90 tons" Kind, master, from Launceston, H.- Bell,: agent; .3 ?cases fruit; Goreland'Co;:'1 case fruit, i H. -Cox; :1 case fruit, J. B. Montefiore and Co.; 10 tons hay,J. Gil christ; 700 bushels'Wheat, Hughes and Co. ;: case fruit,;J. Blaxiland ;i5cas...

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THE HERALD'S ON DIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

S THE HERALD'S. ON lIT.:' ON DIT.-Very few days. ago, a lady took occa .sion to wait upon the GoVern?or, on 'uiness'; and, in the couirse' of diplomatic Parrangements, expatiated' upon the very great debt of gratitude: which the 'co lony owed to a certain relative for thle substantial be inefits conferred by .him on the colony,: in so many 'ways, that an. enumeration of the, items would be more ithan tedious to our :readers. His :Excellency, without altogether sanctioning the almost, self-adulatory hiis. :tory, remarked, that it was still a grgat, ity .that the gentleman was so unpopular amongst his,own, natty. "Unpopular!" exclaimed' the excited lady, " er Excellency's nae maer popipular;; jyrsel, let me tell you !" t'lhis' home truth requires no :comment. Herald.:. .We feel `ouiselves absolutely com pelled to de ttail the circunistances out of Wvhich this most :egregious mis-statement 'has beei' rtianuf'actired. At'the time when thie'Conductors'of 'The Sbydney;: Gazedte, `The' Ais...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

ARRIVALS JANUAnY 28.-Sophia Jane and Tamai?:,from New. .29 -"Carring toni"froi rt ste .hestle, ooiiei Ann, and cutter Jane, from coasting trips. February 2.-Sarah, schoonrier;, from Illawarra. 2.-Medit&errai'eaPaeket; brig, 151 tons, Greene, fromn Mnilliai4ti Oct.-1835, via Hobart'To, in 25th ultimi, sundries:. Passengers; Rev. M7essrs Jarrett and Raborne, Mrs. Robinson. and-child. *DEPARTURES.:."c._: ,JaNUAvtY:.28.-Solphia Jane and :Tamar, for New; castle. 28.-A iethusa,' brigfor Newcastle.; 28.-Resolution, cutter,, for: Port Macquarie 30.-HIs Majesty ~jyBrig Beagle, fori Hobart iown, and King George's.-Sound. 2.:'"-Olive S3rancf Hedgs,' fo? {Tahiti, viaHNew Zealand' egs f it iaN 2.-Isabella, governmentbrir, Boyle ,for Moreton Bay, .with government stores.: S:..PROJECTED DEPARTURES:-:, ,, Dublin Packeto, Bay of, islands ; " Fortune, I Lon" don; Currency ILass, Launceston ;. Carringto?n; Pordt Stephens ; Frances : Charlotte, Lauincestoin ; and. Francis Freeling,-Hobart Town;...

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THE COLONIST'S ON DIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

TIHE .COLONIST'S, ON DIT. W? .are credibly informed that the Managers of the 'Theatre ',Royal' hlave kindly acceded to"'Mr. Edward 'O!Shaughnessy's request.tolbe permitted to.make ,use of tile Theatre fqr ::the delivery: of a 1ublic. Lecture on the:: Convict, Jury .Sytem, on the evening of the 30th of thisprgsent monitl.: Thie object of the Lectuie is to show up the ?'y?. tern to the free emigrant colonists, and to nmalc.: the Governor and ,the Chief Justice; as unpopului:; as possible to the, whole colony... About;a i h ; past six 'o'clock on the evening of the Lecture,, Mr. O'Shauoighriessy ,vill'mach' from The Heral, office 'to the Theatre "Royil :inder a canopy'of. state, supported by:Messrsd Stephens and:Stokes, who, .to beguile the mpoqtonpyoto the lnarch, 3as well as to do the honours in ,roper styl, will. sing the well'knowp duet ; See the conquering Hero ?s ome! '. Mr ;O'SliJuiughness,'s train wijflbe b oi'ne 'byI. al tlitose admirers df 'The Herald 'wwlio hive' had i Ifing...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Politics. THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 February 1836

- ", O 0 t:iL . O .. . .lht S THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE: E bs erved in our last number that..the.origin '":i d; early history of the: Public. Educational 'In ;sitt ofn th.iss colony will undoubtedly form~a s •ibject ofthe, deepest interest to the future yputlh ofiAustralia,, when, theparties who have hitherto occipied a ,prormien~n" place in the Educational fieldofivision , shallha±e passed away' from, the stage of Colonpial exipe~tee,.and.,4he passions that tow agitate this divi~ed communityarequelled for ever. ,it ?is ,partly.on~tiis ?? accounit,that we, powy propose ,to g~ve a short puthlie -of the .origin and. past hist6ryiof"notlfrpf, the.Public Educational Institutions' , the .coionyv--we mean .the Aus tralian.College :i. ', -, ,. ., It is' not imerely, howeyer, as f Maemnoire;pouur, e v 1?.'.!l'-.i istoire.de l',istrution. ubli.ue cdans, Vouvelle Iollande,ias. the French ,?would term i it is not: merely,,as ai i!episode or, additional: :l~pater'; in thfi.ture,' history o£fthe ;c...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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