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SHIPPING [?] ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.   For Hobart Town, yesterday, the schooner Oratava, Captain Ellis, with sundries. Pas- sengers ;—Mr. Keames and Mr. Ferguson ; steerage, Mrs. Faltune and Mr. Ore. For Hobart Town, the same day, the brig Caroline, Captain Coombes, with a general cargo. Passengers—Mr. Nicholson, and Mr. Dunn ; steerage, Mrs. Parker and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Mr. Hews, and Mr. Smith and son.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 5.—Julia, 12. Prater, for Shoalhaven, with 2 tons potatoes half ton of sugar, &c. ; Currency Law, 16, Wood, for Brisbane Water in ballast ; Industry, 14, Le Wright, for Twofold       Bay, with sundries ; Nancy, 38, Nutting, for Moreton Bay, with sundries ; George, 35, Daman, for Newcastle, in ballast. The Brothers, Captain Bruce, from Sydney,           had arrived at Port Nicholson prior to the sailing of the Eagle. The Nancy for Moreton Bay, carne to an   anchor in Watson's Bay last evening, and   will proceed to sea early this morning. DETENTION OF MAILS.—We understand that     the Postmaster-General has signified his in-   tention of entering proceedings against the       captains of the Arachne and Medusa, for de-   taining a po...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS.     August 5.—Endeavour, 10, Shakeshaft, from the Hawkesbury, with 400 bushels of maize ; Favourite, 47, Angers, from the McLeay, with 22,000 feet cedar ; Jane, 34, Walker, from the Manning, with 18,000 feet, cedar; Ellen, 15, Thoms, from the Hawkesbury, with 400 bushels lime ; Pedlar, 16, Johnson, from Lake Macquarie, with 18 tons coals; Louisa, 10, Glover, fruin Port Aiken, with shells.

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LAW INTELIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. THURSDAY. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT- CIVIL SIDE. THURSDAY INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. BEFORE the CHIEF JUSTICE. In the insolvency of W. Curtoys : A. B. Spark, Esq., trustee in this estate, ap- plied to his Honor to ascertain, 1st. Whether or not Mr. Campbell Forbes was a partner with the insolvent in some stock which had been sued on by the trustees. The Court intimated its opinion that the trustees could only lake half the stock, as there appeared to be a partnership between the insolvent and Forbes ; but as the latter was liable for the debts, as well as the insol- vent, His Honor recommended Forbes to se- questrate himself, as the creditors would sue him for the debts of the finn. A second ground on which Mr. Spark ap- plied to the Court, was, to ascertain whether the trustees were entitled to JC240 worth of wool, which had been sold by bill of sale, but not delivered to Gosling and Co., who lhad so purchased it, till one week before Curtoys sequestrated. The COURT was of opinion that the tr...

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The S[?] Morning Derald. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1842. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I,' THE FIRST STEPS UNDER THE CORPORATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

The Sydney Morning Herald SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1842. -« 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I."   THE FIRST STEPS UNDER THE CORPORATION ACT. THE first act to be performed under the Sydney Corporation Act is to be done by the GOVERNOR; and must be done within the next three weeks. Until there be a Citizen Roll, or authenticated list of the persons qualified to vote, the Corporation is of course a mere phantom of the brain. This list is to be compiled by Collectors, who in the first instance are to be ap- pointed by the GOVERNOR; and the ap- pointment must be made on or before the last day of the present month, and the list compiled on the 5th of September. For each Ward there is to be a separate list ; the lists are to be revised by Assessors, also to be appointed in the first instance by the GOVERNOR ; and when finally cor- lectcd, they arc to constitute the CITIZEN ROLL. The citizens so enrolled are to assemble openly, in their respective Wards, on the first day of Novem...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. BcroRE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. moor OF CLAIMS. In the estate of John Buller Hewetson, a second meeting, John Mayo, £483 10<. 2¿d.; Plaistow and Pilcher £33 5s. Od.; William Bowen, £31 10s.; John Porteus, £11 15s.; Joseph Walford, £132 12s. 8d. In the estate of Benson and Parkinson, a third meeting; no additional claims proved. In the estate of J.S. Clark, a third meet- ing: J. K. Cleave, £25 12s. Id.; John Curr, £16 Ila. lOd. ; G. W. Evans, £115 17s. lid. ; T. and Woolley, £226 2s. fid. In the estate of Francis Waldron, n third meeting, T. and M. Woolley, £31 2s. Id. In the estate of Edward Welsh, a third meeting: Thomas Davis, £17 7s. 8d. ; B. C. Harrison, £t-9 15s. lOd. ; William Grovenor, £161 7s. id. In the estate of Alexander Andrews, a second meeting: £5 15s. In the estate of G. II. Nichols, a second meeting: Mark Riddell Thompkins, £220' Ils. lOd. ; Russell Brothers, £18 17s. 18d.; S. and E. Scrase, £29 16s. ; D. J. Protheroe, £278 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

Steam to Moreton Bay. H E Powerful Iron Steam Packet SHAMROCK _ will leave Sydney for Brii [bane Town, on Tuesday, th* 16th instant, at three o'clock p. M., where «he will remain for thiee days after arrival there, return to Sydney, and again proceed to that lettlement on or .tout the 16th September. No goods can he received for shipment after three o'olock the day previous, and no credit upsn fares or freights. " FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager. Hunter's River Steam Navigation Company's Wharf, Augu»t2._fj>U MAHNINO KZVBK. E SCHOONER _ CLARENCE sails for the above Rhcr ou TouaaBtO Tuesday next, the 9th instant. For freight or passage apply ou board, at the Albion Wharf; orto W1LM8, SANDEM VN & CO. Sydney, August 5._ 1698 rox Moiiioa BAY. THE STEAMER SOVERBIGN will start on Monday, at 4, p. m., isa¿¿gg?gj >n beu °' Thursday, as hereto- fore advertised. Goods must be «hipped, and passages taken, on or before Saturday, at twelve ¡o'clock. Auiiust 4. _ 165i rox roi* raiinr BXBBOT....

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, February 8. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, February 8. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Petitions were presented by Messrs. Barnard, Ricardo, Strutt, Wilson, Hindley, and a dozen other members for the repeal of the corn laws ; by others for change of the law of marriage in Ireland ; for change in the poor law ; for a system of emigration, against the timber duties, &c. Lord Eliot, in reply to Mr. Powell and Mr. French, said there was no bill in pre- paration to amend the Irish Municipal Reform Act ; that, with regard to rail- ways in Ireland, ministers were not in- clined to lay out the public money, but desired to encourage private enterprise : on the subject of Irish charities a measure was prepared. Sir R. Peel, in reply to Lord Palmeston, said, the slave trade treaty originated in 1838. The invitation to sign it was ad- dressed jointly by France and England to the three other powers parties to the treaty, urging them to join in a united effort for the suppression of that traffic, which had been d...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Tuesday, February 8. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

; HOUSE OF LORDS. Tuesday, February 8. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Lord Brougham presented and supported a petition from the Edinburgh anti-corn law conference for the abolition of the corn law. He did not agree that it was n reli- gious or a moral question, or that there was auy especial reason for the assembling of some 1000 dissenting ministers todiscussit, but he agreed in its prayer as equally af- fecting all classes of the people. Lord Melbourne presented n similar petition, and the Marquis of Lansdowne presented the petition irom the woollen-manufac- turers of Gloucester, Somerset, and Wilts, agreed to at the great Bath meeting. The noble marquis ably expounded mid sup- ported the prayer, Lort! Brougham said, ! that as the petitioners objected to rany I duty but one for revenue purposes, they ' advocated a direct bread tax, and he could not agree with them, Lord Ashburton , did not deny the prevalence of general or , particular distress-he did not deny that trade had much declined...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. By order of ttao »ireotor» of the Sydney Perry company. K. BLACKMAN will tell by auction, ut bis Rooms, George-street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wales, on MONDAY, Hie 8tb day of August, at eleven o'c'ock precisely, FOR TUE BENHFIT Cl? VVU0M IT WAY CONCÜ.BN. The Boiler, sent out from England for the use of their Butit, and condemned by sin vey as unfit for that service. Tetmi of paj ment-An approved bill at three months. N.B.-The Boiler may be inrpected at the Yard of Mr. George Coke, Engineer, Darling Harbour._- 1GV8 ST o&BicK or rai MOBZISAGBH. ¡V/TR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at ¿.v.!. bis Rooms, George street, Sydney, on TUESDAY, the 9th day of August, ie42, at twelve o'clock precisely, 1 a., 2r., 10 p., on the SURRY HILLS. All that piece or parcel of Land, containing one acre, two roods, and ten perches, situate on the Surry Hills, near Sydney ¡ bounded on the north by a new road from Botany Bay Road to Eliz'ibeth-stteet, one hundred and thir...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Petitions were presented from almost every part of the kingdom for a repeal of the corn and provision laws ; from New Ross for repeal of the union ; from several places in the north of Ireland against the present state of the marriage laws in Ire- land; from Mr. J. Snooks (presented by Sir C. Napier) for inquiry into his plan for preventing explosions. Dr. Bovvring gave notice for the 17th of an address asking copies of correspon- dence on the quarantine ; Mr. S. Craw- ford, for after Easter, of a motion for the extension of the suffrage. Mr. Ewart moved for returns showing the total num- ber of persons tried and executed in the metropolis for capital offences in each of the three years ending 1827, 1830, 1833, 1836, and 1839, and the number of per- sons committed for murder since, which were ordered. The Queen's answer to the Address was read by the Speaker. It ran thus :- Gentlemen,-I return you my hearty thanks for your dutiful and affecti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 August 1842

FOR CLARENCE RIVER. THE SCHOONER   PATERSON,     50 tons, having arrived from the   Clarence River, will commence   loading this day, and sail with all despatch ; to be followed by the HOPE, 69 tons, in fourteen days. These vessels are laid on as regular traders for the Clarence River. Shippers are requested to name the vessel in their shipping notes sent with goods, on account of sundry articles of cargo being put on board other vessels intended for either the Hope or Paterson. For freight or passage apply to E. M. STOREY, At the Union Wharf, next Wharf to J. Cook's Agents at the Clarence River} MESSRS. HEWITT and BURTON, 1722 W. H. SAWYER. ros ma MANNIWC »IVER. HE CUTTER ELIZ.METK ,_Si5ï^»^ w'" sa'' wr tne ouove p'ac« °n ^.?;.-jvi^.-^3 Monday afternoon. For freight or pauage apply on hoard, or to RICHARD D \WSON, Owner. Australian Foundry, Friday, A ugust 5. 1717 T3U KTATTAZTXTJS OIBSOT, THE Mae fast sailing schooner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mu. Blackman.-At Mis. Walker's, Red Cow ÚJflnn, August Ki, Building Land in the town of Parramatta, tim ty-foui Allotments of Land in Campbell-stieet, Panamatta, two Faims at Castle Hill. Mn. Tunum.-At Mi. Ward's Inn, Muswell biook, August 20, Hoises, Cattle, tec. Mlssiis TuitNEn v¡>n Minmi.-AtClevedon, near Trevalltn, on the Paterson Rivei, August 21, Duibiim Bulls, Dany Cons, licitéis, Steers, Mares and Fillies, &c.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

UIAKY. M«m«raada for This Sar I August. ii' ?et I «t«/[ muru I « tu ii S j MON HIT I i -H I i IO I 10 « I 10 JO Fi»t Quarter, August li, 26 m. pint i, p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We ¡inert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which THIS DAY. Foss and Lloyd.-At their Rooms, at li o'clock, Gentlemen's Clothing, Millinery Haberdashery, Leather, &c. Ma. Blackman.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, a Boiler for Steam-boat, imported for the Sydney Ferry Company, condemned. Ma. Stubbs.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, two Cottages at Albert-place, Surry .Hills, Allotments of Land at Goulburn, Claret and Champagne, u Grey Cob, ¿Vc. Mu. S. Lyons.-At his Mart, util o'clock, Winter Haberdashery Goods, Razors, Sur- gical Insttumeiits, Muscatel and Bloom Raisins, Beef, Ewes, Wethers, Rams, &c. Mu. Pol.ick.-At Canterbury Mai ker, at 3 o'clock p.m., Cattle, Milch Cows, Sheep, Rams, Horses, Pigs, Carts, &c.

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THE MUNICIPAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

THE MUNICIPAL ACT. AcTivK preparations are being made for bringing the Municipal Act into operation. Messrs. Milks, "Windkykr, Brknan, Browne, Innes, and Merewkthkr, have been appointed acting Aldermen, for the purpose of preparing the citizen list, nnd as soon as they are Gazetted will ap- point their Assessors and Collectors, and will nt once proceed with the duty, as the lists must be delivered in by the fifth of September, nnd in the first instance there will be some difficulty ia making them out correctly.

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NEWSPAPERS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

I NEWSPAPERS. ' ? ?' ff'o the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. I «eavTiEiiE»,-When I carne to this colony II left at home many friends and ncqiinini iSnces, who intended soon or late to follow .Sie, and who desired that I would, in the ¡?¿Bean time, send them such information as I ¿thought would be useful lo them, which ííroiild enable them to judge of the propriety, ¡Ur prepare* for the event, of emigrating. To Jfjpme I have sent letteis; hut to fur the greater number I have thought it sufficient *& send newspapers. Mostly every news- paper I receive contains matter useful or in cresting to some one of my luto friends, and ^1 have been diligent to forward it to bim. %t But I huve recently learned that several of í|heke have never been received, and, I greatly fear, that many or most of the nevvsiiutiers ,'îent by or to pi ivitte persons never reach their .jdestimitinn. There is clearly some shameful preach of trust in the Post Ollicc authorities, ~jr thuir .servants, e...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FEES OF COURTS OF REQUESTS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

lÜ OKIOlffAX. COnEEaSOKBanCB. ËFEES OF COURTS OF REQUESTS. ', the Editors of the Si/dn-y Morning Herald. I [i the Editors oj Hie àyiln y moi nmg neram ístumes,-I have calculated the fees of nuts of Requests tin*, morning in consc- ience ofnleUei in a 1 it o mimbil of the ti aid, signed ' A Suitoi I find the fees chai ted on £2, £?), £u, ,, nntl£10cises, oneof each oís Gd these .?. g te the chnge of recoveiy exactly ten r cent II we take one c ise in each c1 las j sums sought to ho leccivetl ne £2, pl, , £b and £10, equal £i!0, and the cost, us live jDs 6d [tis line that mileage, both on the suin ins and suhpoiia, may, at an aveiage of i cases, tiken at extreme limits, foi five les of the tim ty miles within the juus ition, this makes on five miles Is Sd knc,e, and pushing it to execution gives bil on each ease, total 17s Od , with le ige back, Is 8d , total SOs 4d , lol le eiy of £30, which give one seventh of the ncipid oi about U J per cent expense ts on the pi mci pal jut us tbe ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ORDERS OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

i.aox«x.a.rxva eovxran. ORDERS OF THE DAY. Tiiksmav Aiinitn-rO I. Syunet Corporation Act Liability to Amendment Bill ; second rending. a. Clniim» to Grants of Land Amendment Bill ; second rending. J. Parts and Harbours Act Amendment Bill ; second reading. TiiunsDAi, August 11. 1. Melbourne Corporation Bill ; third read» m' NOTICE OF MOTION. Tukbdat, August Ü. The honorable the Colonial Secretary ; That the Estimates of Expenditure for ISIS be con- sidered.

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

POUT PHILLIP. Wk received yesterday the Port Phillip ' papers to the 1 st instant. The only inci- dents worth mentioning, which we observed in a cursory glance, were, that the first stone of the New Court House was laid by Mr. Justice Willis, who was assisted by the Freemasons and the Odd Fellows, who, with a considerable number of the inhabi- tants, went to the ground in proces- sion ; nnd that a native black, named Rodgkrs, was convicted of the murder of a Mr. Codd, at Portland Bay, nearly j two years since. j

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