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The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Secl am I." ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

îEhf *yïJnri» Älo nun g peralto. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1812. -? .' Sworn to no Master, of no Seel am 1." ENGLISH NEWS. Upon looking through the large files of papers winch have come to hand within the last few days, wc do not find much news of importance that was not given in the Herald of Thursday. The amount of damage done by the fire at Hamburg, was estimated at ¿67,000,000 ; jfc'3,000,000 in houses, [and a6'J,000,000 in goods. There had been a very extensive fire at Stcijer, in Austria, when four hundred houses were burnt down. , The honour of knighthood had been con- ferred on Sir L. Tuel, Chief Justice of Bengal. Sir C. Mktcaipk's depnrture from Jamaica was very much regretted ; he was receiving addresses couched in the most alfectionatc language. The nineteen negroes retained for kill- ing the Captain of the Creole, had been discharged. They were placed at the bar of the Supreme Court, at Nassau, for trial, when the Attorney General applied for their detention until the next s...

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THE NEW LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

THE NEW LEGISLATURE. On Friday last we lind the pleasure of lay- ing before our readers a copy of the long expected, long promised, and long delayed measure for the extension of our local legislature. Not reckoning the renewal bills, this is the third parliamentary enact- ment on the civil constitution of New South Wales. The first was in 1823, when the Conservatives were yet lords of the as- cendant ; the second was in 182d, under the half Whig half To.r^ !u^m>j^ration of Huskisson; andtli%eeitiK; nini!) ¿pjmve been in 1835 or 1830,ntcrel,i w|ft.iDïïus KissoN Act expired, nnd when the liberal and enlightened Whigs were at the helm of the State. Had these boasted cham- pions of free institutions done their duty, by bringing forward a new Act immediately on the decease of the old one, our third experiment of six or seven years would by this time have been completed, and the Act of 1812 would consequently have been framed under the clear views of our wants nnd qualifications which ...

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SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 1st to the 8th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

SYDNBT OSSalAI, TUOI »1ST. j Saturday, Octoorb 8, 1812. IMPORTS. Reports fiom the 1st to the 8/A instant in- clusive. OcToBm 1- WAILRLILY, schooner, 155 tons, Brown, master, from Hobart fown, A and S L)ons, Hgants, 3 tons potatoes, W B Haldtne, 15 tons potatoes, lobin, 112 bags balk, G bundles kangaroo skins, Abercrombie and Co , 313 bushels wheat, L Leon , 22 tons potatoc«, A and S L)ons , 14 tons potatoes, I Cook, 7 hales merchan- dise, 1 Smith and Co , G tons potatoes, I Macnamara, 1 ease trousers, J Jacobs, 250 busluls wheat, Barker and Hallen , 1 parcel, Mrs Logan , OJ tons potatoes, 2<> bags flour, 0 bundles kangaroo «kins, f Gould, 1 case preserves, I Breillat, I tons potatoes, Hurst, 5 tons flour, I box kangaroo skins, Hough and Logan, 1 ton potatoes, is. Williams, 1 ton potatoes, Order October 3 -TERROR, barque, 257 tons, Mcggctt, master, from Norfolk Island, Bo)d and Co , agents, in ballast October 3 -JE\N, barque, 2S2 tons, Richards, master, from lava, via P...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

BHirriKO xn-?axiioiEno3i i ARRIVALS.-None. DEPARTURE. For the Bay of Islands, yestculiiy, Hie bat que, Bilt/fil Planet, Captain Mollison, willi u genet ni caigo.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. Octobei 7 -Sutil i, lb tons, Moiton, f#»m Newcastle, willi coals fililiu, 73 James, iroin the M Lern, with 40 000 lut cedu , 'J¡nibo, 12i, Bunk}, fioin Ncwcislle, with coals, fipir\s, ¿\ Cn ilnm, lunn Brisbine Watei, willi (»uno fut tunbei, ¿1,000 shingles, 400 palings, habilla, ¿1, Hornett, from thu M'Lpiij, viilli'MOO kit ced n, 11 bushels com, HO ludes, C/inllim/cr, "O, Abbot, for Port Macquuiit. willi 0000 ket, tunbei, 00 bushels maize, ana li hog heads lime, Liai inn, 07, Ihompson, fiom the Mnnning, with 20,000 leetccdai, 3000 treenails, and 5000 fut robe wood Octobei 8-Shuni)oil, »kilner, Gilmore, from Moinetb, with 11)0 bushels whint, 200 skins, 4 balis wool, J liomin Io) J, 70, Blown, from Milbouuie, wit li sundries, Pidiar, IG, Henderson fi o m Broulee, with 0 lons bulk , Mobulla, l8, 1 Inn lei, from Jems Biy, with 4 tons buk, 1000 kel timber, Pee, 12, loole, i rom ki una, willi 0000 ket timber, 80 bushels coin, Endeavour, IO, Shakoshnft, fiom the Hawkcsmi...

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CLEARANCE: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

CLEARANCE: Toi Pott Phillip, tin sxlioonci, Timbi), Captain Bentley, «iili Miudri « Piistuiigeii -Mi. and Mis. Vaughan, Mr. und Mis Schofield, Mi Tucklitld, and Mr Stiodc, steerage, Miss Wilson, Mr mid Mis Cun- ningham, Messis May, O'connell, Thornhill, and Good.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

MARRIED. By special license, at Christ Church, New- castle, on Saturday, the 8th instant, by the Rev. C. P. N. Wilton, A.M., John Turner, Esq., of Maitland, Solicitor, to Anne, eldest daughter of James Reed, Esq., of Newcastle.

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NEW ZEALAND LAND CLAIMS. (From the New Zealand Government Gazette.) PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

NEW ZEALAND LAND CLAIMS, {From the New Zealand Goiei liment Gazelle) _ ritoci OtATIOS, __ _ By His Excellency William Hobson, bsq-i Captain in Her Majesty's Royal Navy, and Governor and Commander in Chief j|] »|i|| qyoi- HP}' >M«ry', .PfilBW °f Jfe* W land and its liepcnuenaies, and Vice au iniral of the same, ¿Vc, &c. , Whereas, by an ordinnncc enacted by the Governor of New Zealand, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council theicof, Session 1, No. 2, reciting, that Her Mnjesly had been pleased to declare her gi ac¡o¡ja nfc tctition to reeoe-iiire chiii,is, fa (¡ina vvl|icu may jiayp beb) pulölned.'on equitable term«, from 'tlie chiefs or'other individuals o the aboiigiiial tribe« 'inhabiting New Zealand, the Govcruoi of New Zealand is empowered to appoint Commissioners to hear, exoil»»*, and repoi t upon such claims. And whereas it is enacted by the said ordinance, that me commissioners so to be appointed shs »j examining such claims, ¡minne |iiio"ail»«Sf f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

[ ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. neimen for the information of Hie Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place .. ...THIS DAY. fliopiiE ANu llEvqfltj -A.t their Rooms, at 11 <>c nek, Household Fanníímp, Wjne. Aje- an« i'orter. Mil; Samuel Lyons.-At his Mart, at 10 °,c''ck, Slates ; at the Union Wharf, at 11 o clock, Timber. ii 'i.0InE,lT, JoNfis.-On the Promises, near I'lR (»lbotlnn, Brickfield Hlll.nt 11 o'clock, Gun" ' V'lWW** '^U!SI Wi,,es' alul '.> .. T COUNTRY SAL.E;S, J1!; Jamcs Hviines,-At Stony Knolls, near arrainalla, October 13, Horses, Cart, and Harness, and the Ustate of Stony Knolls. , f *'!',;? Tn"?"3 I'AUfc.-On the Premises ol' Mr. V^'all. Penrith,October 13,Cattle, Horses, 'i'l|¡in;,^|'i'¡í!.':--4f Maitland, October H, Cattle, Horses, dud I'jtfii'schgl.j l>yiijli|r«.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—IN EQUITY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

X.AW INTBX.I.IGBN'oa. SUPREME COURT.-In Equity. Fiiioay, OcToncn 7. Ruouc Sir James Dowling, Ivnt, C1 îcf Justice ^ HENRY M1CDEHMOU I C L. M ICDOVALD AND Vi IIIUULOW In this case his Honou pionounced the following judgment - Plus was a bill for specific performances of an agreement, entered into between ¡stephen Maidona d deceased, and the plaintiff, con- cerning An exchange of lands, situati nspec tivelyut New Z-alaud, and Newtown, neal Sydnc) The defendants \\ ore executors and deusccs in trust, of the will of'S Macdon ild Hie bill stated, that at the dite of the agreement, namely, 11th Apiil, 1810, plnintifl «as entitled to, or interested in, 3000 acres ot land situate on the River Hokiangi, m New Zealand, and Stephen Macdonald deccasid, nasalised of an unduidid moiety ofsixty tlitec acies of lund Mtuate at llulanaming, Newtown, near Sjdnej, as joint tenant thcrent with one 1 liornas Coulsin, and on that daj, interid into the following agree- ment, bigned by both parties " Wherea...

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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

SYDNEY QUAUTEll SESSIONS. Thuiisdat. I Peter M'Giath, free by servitude, wu [ indicted for highway rubbery, and found guilt) , he wai sentenced to lie »orkeduiitt noned eung for Uilv« calendar moulin John Dtnellu, free by sei v ilude, w11 in- dicted for larceii), and found guilty, hewn sentenced to be worked for two )eanwaa iron til gang , - James Moon, free by servitude, was indicted for an asiault with intent to ravish, and found guilty, he was sentenced to be worked in the House of Correction fur twelve ctlendir 11101 ths Maigarit Cooper, free by servitude, wu indicted for larceii), and found guilty, ilie was sentenced to be kept at labour in the 1 «male Factory for twelve calendar moulin Margaret Melville, free by seivitiide, wal indicted for luiceny, and found guilty, (he was also sentenced to be kapt at labour 111 tit« I einale Factory for twelve calendir munt!». Iii tilget M Laughlin, caine free to till colony, was indicted foi stealing from thi person , she was acquitted and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

pkUSONS sending Advertisement for insertion in this Journal,who arc not Subscribers, ure informed that unless tbey are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will um be inserted._ SALES bFÀ1ÎctÎ0N~ AJiKVITY. In «be Batate of Oeorge hum Cmht, .n laaolVont. MR. BLACKMAN has been initrueted bj the Trustees of the »hove Katu» toidi by public auction, at his lloara», Georte-ttreet 1 Sydney, on WEDNESDAY, the Uti daj of October, 184Ï, at 12 o'clock precisely, AH the above named Insolvent's Right, Title, and Interest, in and ts an annuity of £365 ptj. able to the above named Insolvent duriit his life, and secured to the above named In- solvent, by Indenture of Lease (ad felon, dated the 51»t January, and 1st Fclmwtj, l8«, upon two acres of Land, in the Town of Yin, upon which arc erected a Store, Public Uguie, and other premises. Terms at Sale. 4932 To «urvoTom, Draftsmen, and Ottern. MR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, it his rooms. Georgc-strc...

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 1st to the 8th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the \sl to the 6th instant inclusive. _ October 1.-MARIAN WATSON, 140 tons, Tinley, master, for Hobart Town , 100 bags flour, 5 bales cnrpetting, 60 bags rice, 8 packages oranges, 1 ca«k ginger. October 4-EARL DURHAM, 883 tons, Cabel, master, for Valparaiso, 7 cases haber- dashery, 2 cases lacquered ware, 7 cases apparel, ? carriages. October 5 -CANDAHAR, 642 tons, Rid- ley, master, for Bombay, with troops October 5, -REBECCA SIMS, Ray, mas- ter, for South Sea I* lohcry ; 500 barrels sperm oil, part of oiiginul cargo, October 5.-WINSLOWE, 263 tons, Beane, master, for South Sea Fishery j whaling stores October 5 -AMWELL, 235 tons, Hesse, master, for Port Nnholson, 2 hogsheads, 10 cases gin, 2 puncheons ruin, 23 hogsheads brandy, 0 cases liqueurs, 74 cases wine, 4 cases cigars, 11 cases champagne, 30 tons and 278 bags flour, 100 bags Lu ead, 2 tons bran, 110 chests, 5 half chests, 20 boxes, 12 packages tea, IS bags callee, 422 bags sugar, 1 cask, 2 co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscriber« to this Paper, mid the Public generally, arc respectfully i nformed, that in 1 ulura the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per aunrter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without half-d-ycar being paid in advance, for winch ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance king£l 11s. 6d. per half year; and .the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under liking that all future payments, loth for btibscript ion and charges of .advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. In all cases, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due will be ins...

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SCHEDULES REFERRED TO IN THE FOREGOING ACT. Schedule (A.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

I SciIEOULES I Referred to in the fouegoimc Act. Schedule (A.) Governor. 5,000 Superintendent ni Port Phillip .. 1,500 Chief Justice . 2,000 Three Puisne Judges . 4,500 Salaries of the Attorney and Soli- citor-General, Crown Solicitors, and contingent and miscella- neous expenses of administra- tion of justice throughout the Colony. 20,000 £33,000 Schedule (B.) £ Coloniul Secretary and his De- partment. 7,000 Colonial Treasurer and his De- partment .,.,,..,..,,,,,,., 5,000 Auditor-General and his Depart- ment . 3,000 Salary of Clerk, and Miscel- laneous Expenses of Executive Council . 600 Pensions. 3,000 £ 18,600 Schedule (C.) Public Worship . 30,000

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

SOMSBTIO XNTax.x.iGiijrca. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. In the estate of Gcoigc Smyth, the meeting which was to have been held yesterday for proof of claims, was adjourned till Thursday the 20th instant. New Insolvents.-The following penoni filed their schedules jesterday, viz. : Jam« Riley, ol'George-sti eel, Sydney, confectioner; ^ Jeiemiah Lindi Jone?, of Bungendore, county of Murray, settler ; Simon Hamer, Higli strcct, West Maitland, stone-mason; Andrew Pilmor Williamson, of Pennant-street, Parra« matta, compoundcr of cordials. Meetings roa To-bay-In the estate! of 8amuol Brown, a third meeting', at ten o'clock ; John Flank Carru- thers, a third meeting, at half-past ten; John Miller, a special meeting, at eleven; Duke and Cm tis, an adjourned meeting, at half-past^ eleven ; Michael Connor, a single meeting, at twelve; Adam Abel Aldersmi, a single meeting, at ha]f;ppf twelve; Henry John Pnmp¡u|lli4, a Bingle meeting, at one;'ihonias Dunstan Dunsdon, a single meeting, at half-past on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

FOR HOBART TOWN Notice to Shippers and Passenger. THE FINE SCHOONER WATERLILY     will clear out for Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, and positively sail   on Thursday morning the 13th instant, 5018 4Smt For Port Phillip THE first class British built barque DUKE OF RICHMOND __470 tons, per register, D. Clarke, commander, is now ready to receive cargo.   and will positively be dispatched for the above port in a week hence, with what ever goods may be offered. This vessel presents an excellent opportunity for passengers, pos sessing first rate cabin accommodation. Apply to the master onboard off Campbell's Wharf, or to ROBERT HOW AND CO , Lower George-street. October 10 FOR MELBOURNE, PORT PHILLIP. The fine fast-sailing BRIG CHRISTINA, Thomas Birkenshaw, master, will sail for the above Port on Tuesday, the 18th instant. For freight or passage apply to the master, on board, or to A. B. SMI TH and CO, Sussex-street.   .FOR ...

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A BILL FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. MAY 26, 1842.—5 VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

A BILL FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. May 26, 1842.-5 Victoria. [Note. Tho Words and Figures printed in Italics arc proposed to be inserted in the Committee.] WHEREAS it iis expedient that further provision be made for the Government of New South Wales; be it therefore enacted, by the Queen's     most excellent Majesty, by and with the ad- vice and consent of the Lords Spiritual mid Temporal, and Commons, in this present Par liament assembled and by the authority of the same. 1. Legislative Council to be constituted. That there shall be within the Colony of New South Wales a Legislative Council, to be constituted in the manner and for thc pur-   poses hereinafter mentioned, and that the said Legislative Council shall consist of Thirty Members, and that Twelve of the Members of the said Council shall from time to time, in the manner hereinafter mentioned,     be appointed by Her Majesty, and that Eighteen of the...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SESSION. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

I SUPREME COURT.-CaiMiKAt Sessiox. I .Monday. sir James Dowling, Cliuf Justice, and Mr Justice Stephen, took their seats at 10 o dock yesterdav, in the Supreme Court \fter the Jury list had been lulled ov or, anda Jury einpanillcd, Mr Justice Steplun ic tmd to the eastern side of the Cruit, and the following cases wire disposed of, bifoie His Ilonoi the CiiiEi JusTicr FonoFRi William ßrouw, late of Sydney, labourei, was indicted for having, on the 19th August last, uttered a coi tam lorged note, purpoiting lo be a note of the Bank ol'New South Wales, foi jCI, well knowing ibu sume to bL forged, with intent to difiuud one Joseph White, of Sydney flie pusoner pleaded not guilty, and Mr Pururo* appeared to defend lum Hie Attouvi \ GrNraw said, that this was unlortnn itely but one of mau) cases of like natuic, whiih he should lune to bung befoio the Jin j , tin clime of foigiry hod, of late, become \ery pi ev lient tlnoiighout the co loin, nnd now here more vi than in Sydnc), and it wis...

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AWFUL RAILROAD ACCIDENT. (From the Colonial Gasette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

AWFUL' "RAILROAD ACCIDENT. (From the Colonial Gasette.) SUNDAY, the 8tl\ Muy, was fixed for the celebration of thc King's fôteat Versailles, with a display ol'waterworks and fireworks. The waterworks were over at half past five, and there was a rush to the railway trains which just then departed for Paris. That which wentby the road along the left bank of the Seine was very longand heavily crowded, and it was dragged hy two engines. llctwecu Bellevue und Mcudon the axle of ' of the foremost engine broke ; and it stopped, thc fire and grease-boxes falling to the ground. The second engine passed over the first, crushing the conduc- tor and thc stokers ; and, being also over- thrown, it poured its fire on to that which had fallen from the first engine. Three carriages were dragged upon the ruins of the engines, and broken in all directions. Newly-painted, the carriages caught fire ; and thc passengers had been locked in ! The breaking of parts of the carriages en- abled some of thc pas...

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