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DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
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Vessels cleared from the 14th to the 21st instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
Vessels cleared from the 14*7. to the 2\st instant inclusive. HARMONY, J7S tom, Swindells master, for the Sootb Sem fishery, store«. K ELSON, 840 lons, Lewis master, for Iii» South Sea» fishery, stores. 8YDNEY PACKET, 84 tons, Drysdale ma«ter, for Itlo de Janeiro ; Is lons mimosa bark, Ï5 lons coal*, and Hores. PLATIN A,'303 tout, Wilson master, for Liverpool; 23 casks sperm oil, 229 casks black oil, 336 bales wool, IO bales flax, lyu plunks cedar, 7G planks" blue ßuui, 15,250 treenails and stores. LOUD BYKON.208 tons, Frazer muster, for Liverpool ; 214 bales wool, 22 bales llax, 1 cask veal skins, 45 piece« blue gum, 115 pieces cedar, £0,000 treenails. Hil hides, 2,300 bones, 4,501 hoof j, 300 bain«, 150 boxes m row loot, and stores.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 14th of May to the 21st Instant, inclusive, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority oj the Customs. IMPORTS. Report» from the \4tli of May to lhe2Ut Instant, \ inclusive, May to-MARYANN brin. 314 tons, Mitchell master, | from Liverpool, Asplnnll and Co., agents ; 6 casks slops, I bale blanket«, 1 bale l «ask 1 ««se bubtr* dasliery, lu cases 0 bales printed cottons, I bale, linen, 3 casks starch, S sheets lead, £80 bars 181 bandies iron, 49 tierces beef, 143 puncheons rum, Aspmal and Co ; ? cases cottons, Smith Brothers; 7 bales sacks, it. Aspinall; 70} drums figs, Janie* Holt; 5-cases «baw Is, K. How; SO empty casks, 13 case» copper, 5 bags copper nails, 8 sheet* lead, 73 tons salt, 50 tons coals, 00 deals, Order. -ÎI-BUKREI/Lship.402 tom, Metcalf master, from London, Janie»King,«gent; female prisoners.
Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
.Van Diemen'« Land New». We regret to remark, says The Hobart Town Courier, that the resolutions which we lately pub- lished, as passed at Sydney, for subscriptions in fa- vour of Sir. Hayes, the patriotic and intelligent Editor of The Australian, have as j et produced no contributions at our Office, where the list still con- tinues open. We regret to learn that Mr. Baxter, late Attor- ney General of New South Wales, died on his passage from Hobart Town to England. Arrived on Thursday the 3rd instant, at Hobart Town, the schooner Nimble, 180 tons, Capt. Broad, from the Mauritius, March 14, with 290,8271bs. of sugar, 45 casks molasses, 2 cases trays, 1 box pencil cases, 20 cases wine, 31 kegs tobacco, 125 taces dates, case hoops. Passengers, Mr. Bcvall, Mr. Downing. After the storm at Macao, on the 23rd Septem- ber, no less than 1,506 dead bodies were picked up on the coast. Captain Friend, formerly of the Wanstead, comes out commander of (he Norval, with goods from London, intending...
Weekly Meteorological Tablet [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
Weekly Meteorological Tablet TheWF.ATHERnnn vailiUlnnnofllieTllERMOMF/rF.n, &lt;lnri"K the pn»l week, in Sydney, at G in the morning, nt noon, «nil lit 6 o'Clnck in the evening. Al on. I Tucs. Fins l8 noon C1 du Weil. 0 a. in Milli 5R Uff IS noon Wiinii liC N\V rim 0 (Lill.] Fine 12 not, Clear (52 K 0 a. in. Fi>«?y 12 rino. Wind i Pa w Mild fit Cnlm W ti p. in. Fine 6 p. i CHIHI Menu Ti 6 p. m Fine Gt N '! p. in. Uno NW ii p. ni. Glumly (H NW
IMPROMPTU, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
IMPROMPTU, On a Lady haying written in a book " What ia life without Money?" who waa said lo have been pas- sionately funclofaMr. Rich " What is Life without money I" my dear lady-eli' Tn troth 'tis but little, you really may tay I But what would It be lo all you young witches. If each but possessed auch a dalling tullich ¡si May, 1832. J.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. Gentlemen,-As a lover of science, I have wit- | nessod, by a Government Notice, the benificence of the British Ministry, who have sent out models of the most approved agricultural machines to this Colony, which arc now at the Carter's Barracks, and which all Settlers who feel an interest in thcrn, are at liberty to examine Thcineasure cannot but be fraught with incalculable good. At the same time, I have witnessed with surprise, the announce- ment, that machinery to a considerable amount, is | to be sold on Friday next, in the Lumber Yard. Now I have to suggest, that the rarer machines should be reserved by Government and placed in the Cartels Barracks also, to form a nucleus for a conservatory of Machines and Models, as there is in other Countries, Of the utility of such a pro- cedure, none can doubt ; and I earnestly hope this suggestion may meet the eye of some individual possessing the power to reserve the wire drawin...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
' LAW INTEÏ.XIOENCE. SUPREME COURT_(CMMINAL SIDE.) MONDAY.-Before Judge Stephen, and the usual Commission. Peter M'Quirk was indicted for an assault and highway robbery, putting in bodily fear, and steal- ing from the person of James Tabor, ten shillings, two gallons of rum, and six quarts of gin, at Can- terbury, Liverpool road, on the 27th of April. It appeared, that on tile morning of the day in ques- tion, Tabor, who is ascttler at Airds, whileproceed ing with his cart on the Liverpool road, was stopped by two armed men, one of whom was the prisoner at the bar, who putting a pistol to his head, demanded money ; Tabor replied he had none ; _prisoner then searched his pockets, from which he took about ten shillings, and also the spirits laid in the indictment. Prisoner most positively denied the robbery. The case was so clearly proved, that the Jury found the prisoner guilty without leaving the box. He was then called for up for judgment, and the learned Judge in passing sentence ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
MARRIED.—On Saturday, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Richard Hill, by special license, A. Oliver, Esq., to Miss Kenyon. DIED.—On Tuesday, Eliza, the infant daughter of Mr. R. Crampton. On Tuesday, at her residence in Macquarie-street, Mrs. Mary Brunton, the relict of the late Mr. Thomas Brunton, Professor of Dancing., &nbsp; Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. --ooo-- ARRIVALS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From London, on Monday last, having left that Port on the 12th January, the ship Burrell 402 tons, Captain Metcalf, with 101 female prisoners, 9 free women, and 44 children. Dr. Williams, sur- geon superintendent. From the Mauritius, via Hobart Town, on Tues- day last, having left the former Port on the 14th March, and the latter on the 12th instant, the schooner Nimble, 180 tons Captain Broad, with a cargo of sugar. Passengers, Mrs. C. Broad, and Mr. William Green, master mariner. From London via Hobart Town, last night, the brig Lady Wellington, with part of her original cargo. Passenger, J. B. Montefiore, Esq. DEPAUTURES. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the steamers Sophia Jane and William the Fourth. For Liverpool, same day. the brig Lord Byron, Captain Frazier, with a curgo of Colonial produce. No passengers. " , For Norfolk Island, via Moreton Hay, on Tues- day la...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOB THE SYDNEY HERALD. including lastThursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale,Eng- Hhd 8/. a 67.1 «J do. doz. 14*al5, Colonial-Hhd. 00 a 8o do. do/. 0 a B Beer,Eng.-Hhd. 8/.a 8/.I0J do. gul, I44ft|5 Colonial-Ilhd.4.s a Î5 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,-percwl. ig a 2 | Blanket«, Col,p. pr. IO a 30 »hie.II,. / a 00 Butter, fresh ....Is'ltl aisld salt.np a i o Bread,21h. lout, u 3 a 0 1| Candlei>,Mldi.lb.l o n O o Dips.... 0 741 0 0 Cuttle, Bullocksen. 2/ 10, a ti 15» Working do..3 0 a 4 0 Cows,.. . " 1 o a « l> do.in Milk ,, 1 10 a 2 lo Calve«,....,, 6/a 8x Shee)." G a B P'gs,. 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a OP Oheese.Eiig.lb.es 3d a Osi'd Col. " 0 4a06 Cloth.Parramatta per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bl nail do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffeegrml. Iii. 1 6 a o o Eggs, per doz. 1 4 a I 6 Flax, NewZea. ton, 16/ a 18/ Hour, lOOIbs. line 2uds Barker, ....I7s0il-1S-0H Lougfoid, ..l8 0 -14 o Dixon,.17 0 -15 0 Girard.17 o -15 0 Pickering...17 0 -M 0 Gordon, ..,.17 0-15 0 Gieen,.16 0 -14 0 Truit, ...
CHOLERA MORBUS. Council-Office, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
CHOLERA MOllBUS. Council-Office, Jan. 10. DAILY REI-OHT OF CHOLERA CASES.-NEW- CASTLE, JAN. 8.-Remaining at last report, 108 ; new coses, 29-total, 1!12-recovered, 24 ; died, 9 -total, 33. ,Kemuining at this date, 99.-From the commencement of the di.seai'e, on the 7th Dec., 1831-eases, GIG; deaths, 189. GATESHEAD, JAN,, 8.-Remaining at last report, 35 ; new cases, 7-total, 42-recovered, 3 ; died, 2 -total, 5.-Remaining at this date, 37.-From the commencement of the disease-cases, 346 ; deaths, 117. NoitTii SHIELDS AND TYNEMOUTH, JAN. 8. Remaining at last report, 11 5 new case, 1-total, 12. Recovered, 2; died, 0-total, 2. Remaining at this date, 10.-From the commencement of the disease-cases, 40; deaths, 17. lIouuHTos-LE-SritiwG, &c. JAN. 8.-Remaining at last report, 9 ; new cases, died, 4-total, 13. .Recovered, 2; died, 0-total, 2. Remaining at this date, 11.-From the commencement of the disease-cases, 64 ; deaths, 26. HADDINGTON, N.B., JAN. 7.-Remaining at last leport, 15; ...
PRICES OF FUNDS. JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
PRICES OF FUNDS. JANUARY II. BiiiTisii STOCKS.-Bank Stocks, 192 3; 3 per cent red. anns., 82,4 2 ¿ 2 ; 3 per cent cons., anns., 82¿ 1|A| ex div. ; "3i per cent, red anns., 89J4^^ ; new iii per cent, anns., 89$ &J- 9 8f£ ex div. j iper cent. anns. (1826), 99^$; long anns., exp. Jan. 5, 1860, 16 7-1G; ditto, 30 years, exp. Oct. 10,1859, 16$ 16 ex div; ditto, exp. Jan. 5, 1860, 16¿-16 ; India stock, 195 ex div. ; India bonds, par, 1 pm. ; consols for Opg., Jan. 19, 83fW3 4^. EXCHEQUER BILLS.-£1,000, 8 10 pm. ; £500, 8 10 pm. ; small, 8 10 pm. FOREIGN FUNDS. Belgian scrip, 1 2 If 2^ 2 #,$ 2 dis. ; Brazillian bonds, 5 per cent., 44-J 3J ; Columbian bonds ( 1824), 6 per cent.,. I If 11 ; Danish bonds, (1825), 3 per cent., 65 ; Russian bonds ( 1822), 5 per cent. 9S ; ditto metallic (new loan) ex. pr, ruble, 3s Id, 9li ; Spanish bonds, 5 per cent., 14 13£ ; Spanish bonds (1823), 5 percent., 13} ;, French rentees, 4 per cent., 79f. ; ditto exchange, 25f 30c ; Dutch exchange, 12 guild...
Literary Extracts. THE FIRST AND SECOND HUSBAND. (From the New Monthly Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
Sáterary (ßpttfutä, THE FIRST AND SECOND HUSBAND. (From the New Monthly Magazine.) CHRISTINE Boissard was the daughter of a school- &nbsp; master at Thoulouse. At the early age of fifteen she was married to Bertrand de Rols, himself only one year older than his bride. They had been com- panions from their infancy, and the innocent attach- ment of childhood had ripened with their years into feelings which, at the important ages of fifteen and sixteen, were easily mistaken for love. Christine was very beautiful ; it was that kind of beauty which Bacon says is the best-"that which a picture cannot express." It dwelt upon her counte- nance : it eushrincd her person ; and seemed to be a perpetual emanation from herself, rather than any union of exquisite proportions either in form or fea- tures. The beholder saw she was beautiful, but could not discover in what it consisted. There were those who had a fairer brow than Christine; whose tresses were more luxuriant; in whose eye . d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j Sydney, 6s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, 6d. | Country, (Postage- included) 10j. Gd. per Quarter. ) TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For Etght Zinc» and under, %. Gd., and U each, for every Line above JEight; for cadi Insertion. $&" The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning-, and the Quarters end the 3lst March, 30M June, 30th Sqttembcr, and 31st December- at which periods oxiv can Subscribers déclin, Ä^ " face of them, the number of times they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the party. M advertisement can be withdrawn after 1" o'CYocÄ onWed'nesdn,,, ,,nd &lt;?"/.W",,, h.'.t f. "VFRT,'!K^lK'>TS »""«&lt; specify, on the of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. J i>n ,rainesaays ana aaiuraays, out Jresh ones will be received until 6 o'Clock FOR xoNson DIRECT, rpj 'HE Ship POR TZ AND, Copt. ASCOUOH, A 1, Bur- then 385 Tons, ...
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1832. Sti'Orn to no Master, of no Sert am I." POSTSCRIPT.-In consequence of the late hour at which the mail per Lady Willington was landed, we were unable to procure our files of Hobart Town papers. The only news we hear from the Southward is the arrival of the Henry, Captain Bunney, from London the 13th January. We are also happy to be enabled to contradict the various rumours of the " spearing " of our respectable townsman J. 13. Montifiore, Esq. by the V. D's. L. blacks,-that gentleman having reached Sydney, by this conveyance, in perfect health. By the ship Jiurrcll, we have received complete files of London Papers, to the Ilth January inclusively, and ave happy to inform our readers that no mention what- ever is made of the Citolera Morbus hav- ing reached London. This is also corro- borated hy private letters, which distinctly state that " Cholera" has not yet made its appearance in the Metropolis, although pre- parations were making to ave...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ( Continued from second page. J ClIAVOF IN BoSAfAKTl's PFRSO^AI. AlTEAIl ANcF.-At one period of his life, Bonaparte was decidedly ugly. Ile afterwards underwent a total change ¡ I do npt speak of the illusive charm which his glory spread around bim ; hut I mean to say that a gradual physical change took place in him in the space of seven years. His emaciated thinness was converted into plumpness; and his complexion, which had been yellow and apparently unhealthy, became clear and comparatively fresh. His fea- tures, which weieangulai andsluup, became round and filled out. As to his smile, it wius always agreeable; the mode of dressing his han, which has such a droll appearance as we see it in the prints of the passage of the bridge of Areola, was then comparatively simple ; for the mnicardins, whom he used to rail at so loudly at that time, wore their hair very long. But he used to be careless of his personal appearance, and his hair, which was ill combed and ill p...