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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS REPORTS FROM THE 5TH TO THE 12TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
IMPO'RTS. REPORTS FROM TUE' 5TH TO THE 12TH INSTANT, .' .INCLUSIVE. MiiCH -7.-Favourite:. (ship);, 293: tons, Barting, master,: from .the sperm ; fishery, -C. Millett, agent; 700 barrels black oil,' 200 barrels sperm oil, C. Millett. . 7.--FrancisFEreeling (barque),* 190 tons, Milne, master, :from Hobart Town,' H. Bell, agent;',7 bun dies skins, J. R. Wilshire.; "2 bags.potatoes,:10.boxes 'tin,- 5' cases bonnets; 461: bundles rattans; J. :Lamb and"-Co. ; '7 cases hats,-Edwards and Co';, 61 bags potatoes, J.1 Raine; 32 bags'potatoes, A. Haig ;:1536 bushels wheat, 40 bags:potatoes, B.R 1Milne;' 4 casks 'oatmeal,: 8'casks fat' R :How.; i2.casks apples,' Ap= pletoni and LCo; 240 bushels barley,. 8 bags oats', 3 tons hay,:10 :.ton's .potatoes; I ton bark,; 24 L bags' carrots, 17' casksi 6 baskets apples, 6 casks . ale, Order.. .: .8.-Royal William (schooner), 42 tons, Peterson; master, froni Ho~bart. Towin, J.:F. Church, agent,;. 14 tons. flour, 300, bushels barley, '4'tons potatoes; 5 t...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
TIDE'TAB LE &c. FOR 'SYDNEY. Da. " High Water., Sun Age qf a uons. IEVEN 'Rises. I Seti. M oon. jThursday.. 17 8, 30- 8. 54. 5 57. 6 3 1 Friday .... 18 9 15'9 31 5 58 6 2 2 Saturday.. 19 10 0. 10 .20 .5 -59. 6 1: 3 Sunday... 20 o10 35 10 48 ?o6 0 6 O., 4:6 Monday .. 21 11 11 11 2T7 6 1 5 .50 5 Tuesday .. 22 11 45 0 0 6 2 5 58 6. Wednesday 23 0. 10 0 36 .6 .3 5' 5?7:: 7. : -- a iI • i| •• ilin• lm a Ia -mia i
MISSIONARIES AT NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
VIISSIONX LES AT° NE ZEALAND. WE hayve been informed, by a ,gentleman ..us returned'fro1,e New Zealand, that the Mssionaries (dwe presume ithos, ;of' the,(hurch .Missionary Society), ,are endeavouring toe pmbnolizeIthe whole of the.trade with the atives,,ad that:by means, which would be ,considered; as compro mismgle, character of anyyres'pectable ;person, mniichimoreiso ofthose who,profess to be teachers of the .,ospelp. We ,believ,e; that the trade (that is,:property for tradling) sent'from,tjhis,port by ith, ag~nts., of the, i lurch ;:Missionary.,: Society, , is intended' bya,,that,,S ciety' to b: is;used ;solely., as~ presents to theative~,chiefs, and asthe meanspof P.rocu rg:,by. barter,,,asufficient supply of,:tie necessaries of. life,, for the ,issionariesand, their families,,and. ,certainlyno t,for the purchase of lands, flaxpor.k,. &c., as weare informned is the case at present., I..,rom the;??me. uthority, alsp, we .earn, that, in order to, prevenptie, .nativgs fir...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. : The Henry Wellesly;: for. Batavia; Vansittart, and :Francis : Freeling, for Hobart Town, this day; Edinburgh, for Liverpool, 17th, Isabella, for Moreton Bay, 18th;, and'the ;Integrity 'for Hobart Town and Calciutta on the 19th instant. : : The'William and Auriga` forLondon, the= Susan for Batavia; the James:;Pattison for Java; and;.the Lord William Bentinck -for ,Bombay, 'left the port on .Tuesday, having been detained inside owing to the heavy swell betweeii ,the. heads,' caused by ithe .easterly .winds. . . . The Warrior. for London. left, tle :port yesterday' Passengers-Mr. :W. Hill,: Mrs. Hill! and, family Mr.. George Morris, Mrs. IMorris.and family, Mr.' Brownlow, Mrs. Brownlow'and family, Mr;. H. and Mrs. Ashley, .Mr.. and, .Mrs.. M,'Naughton,-: VIr. Isaac Simmons, and:Mrs. Cassar.. : The Edinburgh. for .Liverpool: goes to sea .this morning ;, the British Sovereign follows .tie Warrior on Sunday next:,. 4 ' The Government schooner s.abeilla 'proceeds to...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, 12th March, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
• ,.oiit1 Oe-teF n -J a e..' TO THE EDITOR OF, TIIE COLONIST.-? S,. .ydney,. 12th March,,1836. SIR,-You inform us in ,your last number thhat some historians conitend that the reli o.Of i'te celebrated Peter .Ranius, 'who made' so bold an attack, :uponi the ,.Aristoteliari Philosophy.in' the University of ; Paris;, about, .three ,hundred yearsr ago, :went.to the Isle of France, while others are of opinioni that she emigrated, to Van Diemiaan s Land.: Now,- Sir, iin m i umble opiuioii, 'these. historians are,both right, and both wrong. They are" both right, because it .woiud *appe:;r.: 't?i tle !ad~ inquestion. weit, byA the ,lel e iof illice t,Van Diernan's Land; and they are both wrong, because instead of settling in 'either.of these colo nies, she actually came to this' colony,' as .the Harbour-master's or Custom house books of the period will, doubtless,' show. I am, Sir, Your most obedient, servat ,'" S ____CATO MAJOR; Our correspondent is someiwha't hyper-criticiil Besides, he i...
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
' RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. FRiOM REED AND MATHIESON S VISIT TO THE AMERI ".c' . AN CIIURCHES. RICIitoNn is a fine city, withi a population of about fifteei thoisaindi persons. It has a ~commanding i&iuationon. the margin of the James River,'frdm whidi'it 'res, on the slopes of two fine hills. 'lhi"plaice, like Charlotteville, has undergone a greatchaige-in tlie last thirty years. At that time tllere were only one or two neglected Episcopal places of;:?orshlp The people were all given up to world hinessor irnidelity;. :'lie 'influence of. Jefferson was, felt-'aiso here , and it was felt as a lblight on all "re ligi us sentimenit. .Slaiery: ,had, however, done a greater riischliif. '. Now, th re'are thirteen places of. wo-ship, and one thousand children in the Sabbath sclibols .: The~ blacks: are not --allowed, their -own places:, of worship ;. and theBaptist. and Methodisti congregations ,?are. mostly composed of: them. ,: A; num;j?ibf: e:' reside here. .Th ey are not persecu ted ...
Religious Intelligence. STAUNTON, UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
STAUNTON, UNITED STATES. [PROM REED AND 3IATHIESON'8 .VISIT TO THE AMEURI CAN CHURCHES. Ali friend4 had been settled here since the year 1819, ain.d t was his maiden charge. When he came,.he tliought tl ere was a good .rmpression on the 'rinlds of the people, frpm tihe sudden death, of . beloved inm nistedr The chuich :was comparatively small, but there was a large body of hopeful: yourig persons who had notyet professed the Saviour. His labours for, the first five years were very successful ; after this$ there was a pause in his usefulness, which gave him much distress. '. Hie could not avoid connecting this, ve'ry much with.the abundant production and use of distilled liquols ,thrloughout his parish. They had all, as farmers, fallen into the practice of colnverting their, surplus of corn and fruit into spirits; this, of coburse wasa great temptation; he made it the sub. ject of, consideration and prayer. He determined to press the. claims of ith Temtperance cause on their conscien...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
Tfis day, March X17 8;5 Lyons, :at his Roomns, Porter; Brandy; Wincs,.&c., '., ! -9TThis:day, !March.117 0S. Lyoins, at his Rooms, Wines; &c. :. ; .Ar . dThis day,. March, 1.7, Smat, at his Rooms .Wine and Sundraes. This evening, March 17,lieblewhite, at h oois SurIdries.,., .. t '' This-day, IMarch '17 Lyons, at hiss Room's' pro perty in Prince Stireet'' ' . i?Td mnorrow, March' 18 Lyoks,'ton the Ground; housesin GouIburniStreet.~: i - - ;" ; ' rý ay . Saturday,} March 19. ;.Lyons,, at ,Aspinal's IStores, Wines,i&c., &c. ,- ri ,v ?, _ : .T1esday,,March ,22,*, SLyoi?s, at Mr.- .j Broiwi's, George Street, Furniture, &c. , , .Wednesday; ,March;- 23, ..ýol. T. 1. . ToIs at Sydney and. Lansdowne Biidge,,'nd Stlls in George Street .Market. ' , J, . r • "" 'Thirsday, March 24, Lyonss, at-bis Roos Exten si?ei 1ieiVises it Mliitland. , :,
Markets. FRIDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
FRIDAY, MARCH 11. VEGETABLES -Potatoes, 8s. to 10s. per cwt.. Cab bages,; 2d., each. ' Brocoli,.3d. eath.; :T'urnips and Carrots, 3d. per buncb. Leeks, 1:d. to 2d..per l°b. Onions; 1?4d. per- lb. French beans, Is. 6d. per peck. C dcumbers,:1d. to 4d. each.; Radishe ;ld.pper bunch. Fruit.-Peaches, Id..to 6d. per dozen. Plums, 6d. to 9d. per ditto. Apples, 6d. to 3s. per ditto. .Pears, 9d. to 2s. per ditto. Grapes', 6d. to Is. per lb. 'Poultry-Fowls, 5s; per couple. Ducks, 5s. 6d. per ditto - Geese, 10s. to 12s. per ditto. ?: Turkeys, 124. to 15s. -per ditto. Roasting Pigs, 3s. to 6s., each. Butter-salt, Is. 10d. to 2s. per lb. Fresh ditto, 2gs. 6d. per ditto.v Eggs, Is. 9d.:to 2s. per dozen.:; Cheese' 9d. to lOd. per lb. Butchers' meat-Beef and mut ton per carcase ,21d.; to 3d. per lb. Oaten hay, 141, to :181. per ton. Maize, 9s. per bushel. Oats, 4s. 6d. per ditto. Barley, 5s. 9d. per ditto. Wheat straw, 35s. to 40s. per load. - Upwards of 2000 bushels of ',.heat liavel been.re ceiv...
TUESDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
TUESDAY MARCH 16. Eoiu?ADaEs-'Potatoes, 9s. to 10s, per cwt. Other vegetables and Fruit~ have not raised in price siice last Market day. ,Poultry--Fo'wls` per couple, 6~. to :6s Turkeys, 16s. toi 20s. per do. Geese, 1Os., to 12s. per do. Ducks 6s. per db Eggs, 2s 6d. .per dozen. "Pigedns, 2s. 6d. per pair. BJef and Mdtton same' as on Friday.,~ Oat hay, 161.. to 181. per cwt. Wheat straw, 25s. to 40s. per load,' Maize. 8s, 6d. per bushel. F FLouv.-First quality22s. to5 seco ddo.,20s to23s. per o10lbs,
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
EXPORTS.: - ,k =..++ , Oil Sperm-whale, per tun .... 55, 0 o .. ?. 0 0: Black ditto,ditto.......... IT. 0 0, .'. 10.O 0 Timber Blue Gumn, per load .... 2 5 ?0 '. : '15 O. Cedar, per foot ......,.. 0 0 2,.. i0: 0 0 Treenalls, per thousand ...... .... 2 0 0 ..,,2 5 0:. 'Hides,; atted, per lb............ 0 0 1 .. 0 0 1 Horns ..............per :100. ?? 0I . 0 . : '.0 0 'Ditto, Tips . .:.... ..... ditto.. :. O 3;,«i.0 .. ?+0'4 6 - , Tallow; rpn?lered ......... ... 0 Oi4 .. Wool ........:................. 0l 1 0 0 .. t 0 1
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
BIRTH.—On the 12th instant, the wife Mr. John Innes, Bookseller and Stationer, King Street, of a daughter. DEATH. On the 10th instant, in Pitt Street, Sydney (to which place she had proceeded for the benefit of her health), Margaret, the wife of Thomas Wood Row lands, of Hobart Town, in Van Dieman's Land, Esquire, in the 32d year of her age.
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 5TH TO THE 12TH INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
IVESEkS CLEtBAED 'FROM. THE 5TH I.TO' T?E 12TIH * 'I TAINT INCLUSIViE. Aurigau 231 toins Chalmers, master, (or London 358 bales wool, 120 hides,. 1260 'hofs,; 1425 hornsL, 367 tips, 2 lo~s tea-tree wood; 2 cases wine, 1 harp, 5 cases curiosities,and stores. :-' ` Susan, 572. tons, Neatley; manter, ifor Bitavia, ;i ballast. Lord William Bentirck?,443 tons, Munro; ,maste' for'Bonibay; in ballast. . . Henry Wellesley, 304Stons, Freeman, master, for Bitavia; in ballast. , James .,Pattison, '513;t: ons- 'Cromarty, master, for Sourabaya; ii, ballast. : ::. ;
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, March 14, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
TO. THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, March 14, 1836. StR,-Referring to your last number, in which :ou uffer to transmit any: portraits that. may be sent:. you, of the New: Sbuth Wales Artillery C.orps, to the celebeated portrait-painter, Mr. Lodge ,for insertion in his forthcoming Colonial (.; lle!.y,.I. hereby send you tle.. accompaiying piotrait "of a' Sydney. Bachelor, viith its; su?,oiiled le.e!d, hich I beg you :will' doi me:lte thyog~ to transmit to that gentleman by tlhe; first' ship. S, Iam, Sir,, :Your .most obedient servant, PETER PALLET. , As we cannot do anything,with the brush l:ur selves, we are unable, of .course,.; to present our readers \witWl the portrait of the: Sydney .Bachelor; which we shall' tlierefore leave `Mr. Lodge to do at his, leisure. He .appears to.be a good looking, middle-sized,.' iiiddle-aged ' gentleman. ""The legend is as usual in black letter;. but we question whether the story, is so old' as that circumstanice would induce one to suppose. It ...
Domestic Intelligence. PUBLIC MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS AND OTHER FRIENDS OF THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
Im cttetitc Intelitge itc,. ` PUBLIC' MEETING.. OF THE, SHARE HOLDERS AND OTHER FRIENDS OF THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE. A PUBLCIME.ETIN'G of thei Shireh'olders and other friends of 'this Institution' was held in ithe Rev: Mr. Wylde's Class-rom,. :Australian, College ,Buildings, on Friday the 11th 'cdirt ,C CD. Rid dell, .Esq.,"Colonial: Treasurer, in the Chair. ? The Minutes of the last General Meeting, held ,in :December :1831,:'constituting-thlie Institution, and appointing a. College, Council for the man agement of its affairs, having.been read by the ISecretary,' it was-: stated that' the Council so ap= pointed had, during the last four years,: and :ir pursuanie of the duties imposed' upon, it, adoptedd various measures,; which were generally known to :the colony, for the establishfnrit of 'the Institution:;: and in'particular that they had, °incurred a large. expenditure for the erecion. of ,the College Buildings, and for. other o ptrposes tending.to secure the final accomplishm'ent...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
DEPARTURES. . March 10--Sophia Jane (steamer), for Newcastle: S11-Ceres (siteamer), for Newcastle..= : 14-Sophia'Jane (steamer), for Newcastle. 15-'Auriga (barque), .,Chalmers,, for,. London; Passengers--J. B. Montefiore, Esq., IMrs. Monte fiore and family, Mr. Blow, Dr. lI'Ternan. 15--William, (ship), from Watson's, Bay, for London. . 15--James Pattison (ship), .Cromarty, :for Java. 15-Lord William Bentinck (barque),'Munro, foi Bombay, with troops. ' - I15Susan (barque), Neatby, for Batavia. -15-Ceres (steamer), for Newcastle. ;i:.
Colonial Statistics. SQUATTING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. March. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
:SQUATTING. TO THE EDI?TOR.,OF,THE COLONIST. Srn,-As a Petition to His.Excellency the.Gover nor on the sublject of Squatting on the unlocated Crown lanids, has been prepared and sent round the interior for signature, by some leading gen tlermen.:in Sydhey1 and ;its neighbourhood, who have influence :wiih the Government, :it has been considered :unnecessary: to.- trouble His Excel lency with another Memorial on the same sub ject, although .previously prepared with its 'Ap pendix, as the Gentled enwho'framed it, '(being anxious to bring thde subject under the inotice of the authorities, with the' least-:possible- delay,) have ,since affixed their signatures to.. the Sydney Petition,-.which ris; about: to be presented[ to the As the: annexed Memorial however, whii. ts suii bin ed Appendix, (~hvichi'haiis 'beei nist cor dially apprIoved, ari'd' would have received the. signatures .of every" respectable and honest set tler in the interior,) is supposed :to .contain a more lucid represent...
Colonial Politics. COLONIAL CHURCH ESTABLISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
• i /," jitt;.-. ,t:7 . .. . .'COLOIAL CHURCH ESTABLISH ,7, ,, , ' E1k ' S..l ' 'our.last 'ileadigii article" e ho 'h the object and desi?p..ofithe. civ lesntapbshment of the Protestant-diEpiscopal Church; intIrlad ii: as fur ati lest te BIritish G&ver Mni asbee corce era.d?i w tO: a. antieolee adandiextensjon of.Ptitetantism;:ianri the uphidingi of .:Protes7 rtaiiti a cenidia'iidy, that iijdt weatis showel that, ot thst sndipgsthe :,tr.ehupusjef, rts of' thle Governmentdindadthbe Bishops; dtiringithe re?S"of 'Ci ARLES' " the lFirst? an'd"'CHARLES the" :Second, 'to root. out b Presbyterian, Protestantism fiomtii th'ei northerni divisionbiof th'e' Island", into whichrntodoli a l iitiol'dked '`d frtomScotla d b the,.Scotch, colonists,, f. Ulster.. inthe .reiign;,of JAnES' tlih' First, :it. maintained its "groundii and StCOntmue tpe~petdttean(? to'exte d ? del t the present day ; .,insominch, that the ,presentum ber~ of; Presltytirianis - in'thei north' 'of ,Irela d1,is kearly ...
MEMORIAL. To His Excellency Major-General Sir Richard Bourke, K. C.B., Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief &c. &c. &c., of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and to the Legislative Council of the Colony. The Memorial of the undersigned Magistrates, Land-owner, and Stockholders of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
, ,- .... MEMORIAL..:, : To His Excellency ,Major- Gneral Sir Richard Bourke, K. C.B., Captaii-Ge6neraliand Governor in-Chlie?' & &c.' &," f 'the Territory of New Sbuth:,Wales-aiid ,its': Dependencies, and to the Legislative Council of the Colony. The MIlenioial of the undersigned:lMagistratess,Land a owners, and Stockholders of the Colony. iMost respectfully, sheweth :--- ... That Your Memorialists,, for: some ,time past, have 'seen with the ;deepest concern, ,that a continually increasing nimber of the lower classes of persons, freed-men, and others holding tickets-of-leave, ,&c., are rapidly, taking possession of, and are 'spreading themselves over. extensive tracts of the unlocated Crowvnlands in'the iinterior of the colony; and are gradually! becoming the harbourers of, runaways and bushrangers, in concert ,with whom, they are in cedsa~aitly employed, in comiit?fting depredations on the 'flocks and herds;' &c.,: of the surrounding honest ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 March 1836
ARRIVALS. MlAen .10 nimrod, (brig), ,Bennett,: from Laun ceston, with. wheat, flour, potatoesi cigars, &c. :O 1-Brougham, (barque), :J.B. Viles, from the Mauritius via Hobart 'Town,i left the formeriplace on the,14th December, last, -andithe ?latter on, the 3rd instant, cargo-sugar. Passeiiger--Mrs. Wilsoni and, child, Mr. James Caswell, Mrs. Caswell ahd two:children, Miss :Dunvilles, 'one European and two native servants. 10-Ceres (steamer), from Newcastle. 10--Martha (brig);, from Newciastle. SJ10--Currency, Lass' (schooner), from Newcastle. '11-~-Caroline (barque),'Cherry, from the South Sea fishery; sailed from Sydney; January 1835, 130 tons black and 44 tons sperm,oil.:: S?13-Jess: (schooner),: Hay;,:from New ,Zealand 28th February,: cargo-timber, and potatoes;. Pas sengers..-Mr. Stewart, M'Cullam,, and Mr.ý Joseph Moore. 13-Denmark : Hill,,. Finlay, from the SouthSea fishery on the .5th December last, 110 bairrels sperm 13--Fanny (schooner), J.D.Rogers, ifrom' New' Zea...