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Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 24th April, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 24th April, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. TITLE DEEDS, dated 19th Octo- ber, 1831, of the undermentioned Grants of Land, described in the Government Notice of &nbsp; the 14th September, 1831, have been this day trans- mitted to the Registrar of the Supreme Court, in order that, when duly enrolled, they may be forwarded, through the Surveyor General, to the Collector of Internal Revenue, for the purpose of being delivered to the respective parties, upon payment of the fees prescribed by the Government Notice of 9th January, 1832, and any arrears of Quit-rent which may be due thereon: viz:- ALEXANDRIA. 1. Robert Cooper "1 Janies Underwood >. No. I francis Ewin Forbes J BULGO. 2. Andrew Byrne. No. 1 CABRAMATTA. 3. John Butler . No. 1 CASTLE HILL. 4. Michael O'Brien. No. 1 5. Thomas Kelly . ,, 2 ti. William Fish bu...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 30th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 30th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." OUR attention has been repeatedly di- rected of late to a subject of considerable importance to settlers in the interior, as well as to their correspondents in Sydney, -the Post Office-its efficiency-and the appropriation of its funds. With the former, many of our corres- pondents and subscribers find great fault, from the bad state of the roads, the ab- sence of Branch Post Offices, and Runners, and the long delay that takes place in the delivery of letters ; and with the latter, from the supposition that the funds derived from the Post Office, and which in every well regulated community, and especially in an infant Country, should be expended on itself, only, are applied to other pur- poses of expenditure, with which they are no ways connected. The surplus revenue of the year, in place of being applied to Colonial improvements, has been voted away by the Council, on a subject of equi- vocal import ...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd io the 30th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd io the 30t/t Instant, inclusive. April 23-GILMORE ship, 500 ton«, Berry, master ; from Hobart Town, Geo. Bunn, agent, in ballast. -23-CURRENCY LASS schounei, (JO tons, Buckcll master, from New Zealand, II. Donnison, agent : 2!) tons flax.T. M. W. Winder. -30-SPFXULATOR schooner, 40 lons, Parker" muster, from New .Zealand, John Leainioulli,agent;. 30 ton« potatoes, Order. -NOURMUHUL bauple, 197 tom, Taber master, from the South Sea«, Oeo. Bunn, agent ; 75 tuns sperm ml, Gen. Bunn. -10-VIUNCË REGENT schooner, 101 ton«, Hassall master, from Launceston, J. B. Montefiore, mid Co., agent«; 2000 bushels whcut, 21 bales hay, 2 bales wool, Order; 16 bales woul, 3 bags uppussum skins, 12 Hides, S. Lord. -30-NEREUS barque, 125 tons, James mnster, from Launceston, john Learmouth, agent; G00 bushels wheat, Campbell and Co; 4 bushels wheal, A. Good- win ; 4fi8 bush...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
CERTIFICATES OF FREEDOM. THE undermentioned persons have ob- tained Certificates of Freedom during the last Week; viz:-Albion 2 Adam Riley; Asia 1 Christopher Gavinlock ; Asia 0 James Connolly ; Bro- thers e vary Lynch; Ditto Isabella Allison ; Cham- pion Samuel Allen ; General Sluail Thomas Pilgrim ; Ditto James Richardson ; Globe James Kierl ; Henry I George Biggs; Henry, 1'oicher Thomas Logan; Ditto Daniel Brophy ; Duto Michael Maguire ; Hough ley 1 Jeremiah Conroy «r Donovan ; Indefatigable? Charles Kent from a Colonial sentence; Lady Howe»* Callie line Regan or Carey ) Ditto Eliza Kelly; Ditto Ann Drew, Ditto Catherine Nugent; Lord Sidmouth (1), James Woodward, Ditto, Matthew Thomas, jim ; Lord Wellington, Elizabeth Hancock, Ditto, EfTey M'Douald, Ditto, Ann Ward; Mangles (4), Michael Tobin; Mari- ner, (2), Sarah M' Dei mott, Ditto Mary Dunlevie ; Marquis of Hastings, (I), Geoigc Kent; Marquis of Huntly (1), Geoige Gardiner; Midas, fl), Ann, the wife of John Kerslak; Morely (2)...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 1st May, 1832. SALE OF STORES AT THE LUMBERYARD IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Government Notice. , Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 1st May, 1B32. SALE OF STORES AT THE LUMBER- YARD IN SYDNEY. ON Friday, the 25th instant, there will he Sold by Public Auction, on the Pi émises, ? Hie following articles : I winnowing machine, 1 portable flour mill, 1 dress- ing machines wire drawing machines, I air machine, l gnmlin(j machine, uppuiulus complete for melting ami rolling lend, I wood lathe wheel, 3 non ditto, 1 force pump (serviceable), I ditto (unserviceable), 374 lbs. old copper, 650 lbs. sheet copper, 8 casks nail«, a quautitj uf scantling, 2 annd stones, 1 machine for shoeing oxen, l8 carpenters' benches, a quantity of old hoop iron, a quantity of good old iron, a.quantity of scrap iron, 12 iron pats, 0 table«,SO yard« cheese cloth, a quantity of tools in lois, for Hie use uf smiths, car- penters, tinmen, ire, 3 gallons linseed oil, in tins, 4 piece« girth webbing, 16 lb« sulder, &lt;3ufl0 feet Newcas- tle cetUr, 6i0 ditto yellow wood, I2U ditto p...
Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 1, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
I Government Order. I Í Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 1, IS32. HIS Excellency the Governor is .pleased to direct, that from the publication of this Order, the Civil Officers of the Go- vernment shall not employ, on their ptivale account, any prisoner of Hie Crown retained for Public Work of any description, neither during Ihe huurs which such Prisoners arc usually allowed to themselves, nor at any oilier time whatever. Nor are they permitted tou.se, on their piivaie account, or to dispose of to ?mother, either by way of loan, or otherwise, stores of any description, belonging to this Government. . By His Excellency's Command, _ ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 7th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 7th, 1832. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1 THROUGH the kindness of a friend we have been .favoured with the perusal of the Return to an Address of the House of Commons, to His MAJKSTV, for copies of the " Royal Instructions " to the Governors of the Australian Colonies, as to " the mode of disposing of Crown Land, together " with such despatches as relate to the same subject, " nut/ to the means by which Emigration may befa- I " cilitated."-We had previously ascertained, from other sources, that at no former period had the ] Ministry turned their attention with equal anxiety | to this quarter of the world ; and we now find that.: the reuson is one which had never struck us, and perhaps is unknown to many in the country, but ' for which we are indebted, for no small portion of the notoriety we now enjoy. - It would appear that the Commissioners for emigration, in their de- ' sire to transport persons to the various Colonies of the Crown, had encoun...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 30, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
I Government Notice. Colonlul Secretary's Office, Sydney, Apiil 30, Id32. HI S Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the lullowing al- teration In the Police of the Colony: - STONEQUARRY.-Thomas Brown, per Recovery, to be Confiable, from the 1st instant, under the Go vernm nt Older No. 12, of 21id May, KUI, in the ? oom of Jumes Macnamara, resigned. I By His Excellency s Command, I ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
EAST INDIA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
BAST INDIA NEWS. rTM r> ii /» '1 lie following extracts we copy from the latest Madras Gazettes. We feel a high gratification in being able to inform our leaders of the Poiliiul, which wasoidered from England, of our late esteemed Governor, Sir Thomas Munroe, iii the U.C. S. Minerva. We. have not yet hld an opportunity of viewing this welcome proiiuciivt ol the powers ol thal distinguished Artist, Sir M, A. Shee, by whom the poitrail has been painted, as the case in which It is contained, will only be opened tomorrow. The Government have, we under- stand, given sntiction for the picture being placed in the Colle(e Hall, opposite lo ilial of Lady Munio. Madias Guzelte, Sept. IBU. By the lastrarrivals from Manilla, the expor- tation of rice wat »lill piulubiled; several vessels having relumed here wilkuut cargoes. The locusts had appeared In great numbcis, which circumstance occasioned considerable alarm as io the crop on the giountl. ' .. BIRTH-At Poonamallee, on Saturday the 201b...
CAPE EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
CAPE EXTRACTS. j The Committee, of the Agricultural Society^ anxious to promote by all possible means the improve- ment n| eveiy exploitable colonial article, have re- solved to open a subscription lor the purpose of awarding premiums for the beti samples of the fol- lowing article.-«; viz For the besl sample of wool, not less than Solbs, For Madeira, a quantity not less than 10 leaguers I rom the growers cellars. For brandy, not less than one leaguer dom any cellar. For beer, not less llun six hogsheads. The best cured ham. 1 lie best cuied side ol bacon. The best cuietl sall beef, not leis than six months old. The best imi- tation of Dutch cheese. Ditto ditto English cheese. The best sample of raisins, either loose, or bunch, from a quantity nut less than BOOIbs. For Hie best 5olbs of dried tigs For the best 501 bs. of tobacco, m leaf or roll. For the best sample of not less than 501 bs. of hops. Mr. Michael Breda, sen. advertises for sale this year, 15, 00 pounds «cigi l of wool,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Publio Notice. Colonial Secretary's OfTicc, Sydney, May 1, 1832. WINDMILL ON THE CUUHCII HILL, SYDNEY. TO be Let by Public Auction, at the Police Office, Sydney, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of Thursday, the fouitecntli day of June next, a Lease for seven j cars, fiom llie 1st day of July next, of Hie Windmill on the Church-hill, Sydney, belonging lo Government, as occupied by Mr. Thomas Steel. The Lessee must enter into a Bond, willi two ap- proved sureties, fur the regular payment of Hie rent quarterly. Further particulars may be obtained by applying at the OfQccof the Collector of Inlet nul Revenue. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
"Weekly Meteorological Table, The WEATHER nnd vaiiallciníof llieTHERMOMCTER, during the |>ii»t week, hi Sydney, al 6 In Hie morning, ni noun, nnd au6 u'Clock In llie evening. Tuen. 6 a. ni. Fine (io WsW Wed. ¡li a. ni Fine 54 W Thiith, G a. m, Fine 54 WSW FrtUiiy 6 a. ni. Mild 57 W Sut. 6 n. in, Mild 60 Culm SSE 1? noon Fine 64 W by S 12 non Wind 66 SSE IS ,10071 Clenr 02 Culm I!noon Fine 70 Culm 6 p. ni Fine C4 WSW 6 p. in. Fine 6 p. m Fine 6l Culm 0 p. in. -mitty 62 N 6 p. ni Suluy 70 Mean Tempeiature, (52
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. I" SUN I High Tide. May. Calendar. | t ties | lett | morn | even. 7 j M I ^icnUeml It G -\gij | H 4(> | 5 H | U IO | U «G "fl | r I »ti ('.?ru"i Htmrii.1731 IO 47|fl IS | 1 6 I 1 >3 '&lt; I w | Cnftlm IICI..HMIIH28 I ti 4M | 9 l8 I i (> I g QS )~ I | Hmiic oi Ililli HUG | 0 4i) | 5 li | 1 !>y | JU iTJl' I I uri C tmttmm d.>77H | 6 50 | 5 10 | 4 5 | 4 t6 l8 | *» | y.irlStHlfurd billi 1041 I b W| S IO j 5 15 | ft 41 11| S I 3«! Sun alt- r hmlrr. | 0 S« | 5 8 j 6 l8 | n 40
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 30, 1832. ASSIGNED SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, S) dney, April 30,1832. ASSIGNED SERVANTS. IN attention to the representations which have been submitted to bim, His Excel- lency the Governor directs it to be notified, thal the Assignees of Convict Servants will be allowed to lend Hiern to free and respectable individuals in their vicinage, for periods not exceeding one month, under the written «auction of the nearest Bench uf Mugis trutes, orSupciintendent of Police, to whom applica- tion for such permission is to be made in writing, selling forth Hie motive of the application, and whe- ther n servant of another description is to be obtained in exchange. The several Supeiintendenta and Benches are re- quested to keep the Assignmint Hoard apprised uf all loans so authorised by Hiern, and lu luke care thal the indulgence Is nut abused b) the sale of the ser- vices of Pris...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 5th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 5th May. f Wheat, bett N. S. Wales . Do. second quality, do.... Do. Hurd do. do..,. Barley, best ditto. Maize, best ditto. Colonial Tobacco, best ... Ditto, second quality. Potatoes, N. S. Wales. Butler, best salt. Cheese, good.,, Poik, salt. Bacon,. Ham,. w. c £ : d. ... 0 5 3 p. bus.of GOlbs. ... 0 4 0 ditto ditto ...0 3 3 ditto ditto ... 0 3 0 ditto of 50lbs. ...025 do. ineasiireint. ...0 2 0 pel lb. ... 0 1 9 ditto ...4 8 0 pel ton ,.,4 8 8 per cwl. ... Î 7 6 ditto ... 1 12 8 ditto. ..2 7 6 ditto ...3 0 8 ditto ': PUDDEFOÓT, Commmion Agent, Oeorge-rtrcct.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN.-In your paper of tlie gil, instant, is published n letter relative lu tlie Scab In Sheep ; the writer lins miitlc some very judicious observations tin Hie subject. 1 pei nelly agree with lil ni, that the terni of twelve months »ho II lil be allow ed for the Proprietors of Sheep lo cleun their flocks, before any severe law should be in lurce ngnlnsl theil). Hie scab is » ilrenilfiil disease, anti every possible exertion should be used to prevent its spreading, and to effect a radical care. The gi eat difficulty the Sheep runners have to con- tend willi, is the want of experienced shepherds : very few of these can be obtained in this Colony. The cuso Is very different in Germniiy und in England. There Hie Proprietors of Sheep can select such men ns Uley requite, while here they aie compelled to Vint llielr flocks under Hie care of men who have no knowledge of Sheep, nor regard for their mantel's interest. Such me...
ORIGINAL POETRY. FOR THE "SYDNEY HERALD." TO CAROLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
ORIGINAL POETRY. I _rin_ I FOU THE » SYDNEY HERALD." TO CAROLINE. 0 let me cla«p thee lo my breait, Or press thy humid lipa to mine, And while I on thy bosom rest, Hear ihy heait beat, my Caroline. 1 tile«» the day when first we met. And thy wild eves replied to mine; Nor can I e'en with years forget Thy lean-lliy sighs-my Caroline. When starlets stud the dark blue «kies, I on my restless couch recline, Till tears of raplnrous feeling rise. And ballte the name of Caroline. In dreams of passion 1 behold, That flaming, sylph like form of thine ; And In my glowing arms I fold, The shadow uf my Caroline. Thy Up« arc like Hie opening rose. On whicli the pearl-like dews recline, And music, bieatliing music, flow«, In Ihy sweet voice, my Caroline. On this accurs'd and savnge shore. Where can'st thou find the soul divine, With fervid feeling gushing o'er. But in our lu casts, my Caroline. And, lock'd for ever In my breast, Like diamond in the rujies« minc. My love,my fondest love, shall les...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
j ENQIiZSH EXTRACTS. I RESIGNED PENSIONERS.-By a return made to Hie House of Common», it appears that five person», namely, the Dachet»of Newcastle, Lord Farnbniough, Lnrd Reay, Mis. Pcicy Smith, and Lady Seymour, baie relinquished their pensions on the Civil List, amounting lo £8,609 4s. Gd. per annum. LAKE SUPEIUOR.-This magnificent lake, besides being tile largest, is the highett of ull the Ca- nadian lake». The greatest breath of it in a north and south direction, i» 140, while it» length, from east lo west, is 3C0 geographic nillir Its coasts contain an extent of 1100 geopraphic miles. The surface of the lake lia; been determined, by American engineer», to be CS.'I leel above the sea. llie water is remarkable fur it» purity, atwell as It» coldness, which latter is supposed to be occasioned by its great depth. '1 he ctiuie of the lake has never yet been sounded, bul the dipth is known to vary from 80, to 120 fathoms al a thou distance from the shore-Alhnssum. QUICK JUSTICE.-Thom...