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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. Moori,' May 1&7 ¿Jen, 420, Boyce" mei ctiartdiie, ¿fay 10. Jlarlequ'm, 360, Harr. snn., mcrchandisa. May ll. Trial, 430, Say, merchandise, May 13. Catatonia. Samuel, John Woodhall. FioxLtveitrooL,-230. PRO« PORT PHILLIT.-Falcon, schooner. Cygnet. Ocean. FRO« HOBART Tow*.-Bramble, H. M. B., 10 fpms. P/y, H. M. S" IS Kimi, Blackwood. Caroline, hue. SeaAorte, steamer, ¡¡arian Walton, schooner. Fxou ADELAIDE.-Dorset, urie, Walsh. Î'ROU LAUNCESTON. - Deborah, schooner. Soemtet, Grs lit. Warlock, brhpatinc, Lc ' FBOU NEW ZEALAND.-Ariel, Finlay. Har- riett. Afargaret.M'Kiunon. SeotU,schooner, Cook, Sutannah Ann, schooner, Anderson, JÍnn, schooner, C2, Steel. Perteoerance. schooner. Challenger, schooner. Brother*, Bruce. Eleanor, brio;. Succcu, schooner. Catherine, sehosner, Hi0,Bsnns.tyne. Bolina, 233, Brown. Regia, Kyle. Guide, bri;. FROM THE SOUTH SEA ULA*»*.-Alfred, brig, 140, Grant. Coquette, schooner. FROU IRE . MAURITIUS. - Argo, brie, BillibK...

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COUNTRY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

. . COUNTRY SALES.. THE SHERIFF.-On tho premises, Western Hoad, thisdny; at 12 o'clock, Leascofn Licensed House, fifty aeres of ground, Household Furniture, Bar Fittings, Beer, Spirits, Hone,-Cart, llaméis, Pigs. &c ; At- Maitland, October H, -Drceding Mares, - Cattle, Household Furniture, SEC. . - Mn. J. 1ÎYRSES.-At Stoney Knolls, near . Panamatta, October 13, Horse, More, Cart Harness ; also, the Estáto of Stoney Knolls Mi: G. PAUL.-On thc premises of J. Tindal], Ein., Penrith, October IS: Hones, Mare, Geldings, fcc:, also,'Rt Mr.-Perry's, Hose Inn, same dny, Cnltky Goats, ftc.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

Memoranda for Tbl« »ay , I 12~T~WE»i<»PAY fi'jl I g llTÍ HI 3 18 Full Moon, Oct. lt), 1« m. pul0, night.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I,' THE APPROACHING CITY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

Zht ftgtmcs Morning ftrraltr. WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 12, 18*2. .Sitora lo no Hitter, of no Sect am I,' THE APPROACHING CITÏ ELEC- TIONS. Tn URE is -reason to fur that the muni- cipal franchise is regarded by same of ibo citizens of Sydney as something possessed ©f intrinsic value-a privilege good per te, instead'of being considered as a means tb au e'ril--a power, the judicious.application of which is necessary to evolve good, and thc abuse af which is. sure to creóte evil, ?pdging from appearances, there are some voices who are likely to exercise their Ttcwlyrtfcquired power, merely to subsenó privnte p.nrtialittci. Circumstances lure | placed them under obligationsto parti- cular individuals, and feelings of gratitude -laudable in themselves-ore allowed to bins'or blind the judgment, anddirect, or rather, misdirect, t/iß vote. There arc some others-few, it is to be hopeth in number-who seem disposed to usc thc same power ns a weapon to gratify personal pique ;, but. in. thc cose of en...

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INDIAN LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

INDIAN LABOUR. WK perceive by thc Calcutta papers lately received, that thc subject of allowing thc unlives of India to proceed lo other por- tions of thc British dominions was re- ceiving great attention, mid being dis- cussed at considerable length in the journals. Thc various arguments that arc used against thc measure, arc all directed towards one point, the difficulty .of pro ! wnting thc Indinns from being imposed I upon os to thc distance they arc to pro- ceed, and thc nature of the work they are to perform ; to which it is replied, that they arc os able to form correct ideas of the length of the voyage as one-half of the persons who emigrate from England and Ireland, and that tho Colonial Govern meuts will exercise thc samo protection over thc black labourer that they do over the white, and to more they arc not en- titled. Thc regulations framed hy the Uovern mcnt of Mauritius respecting the treat- ment of the Indians, are on the whole approved of; although it is stud that u...

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DUTY ON WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

I DUTY ON WOOL. ON thc 8th of June a motion was made in ; the House of Commons, calculated to .affect the intereits of this colony, hy re- ducing the price of wool. ^ According to tlie schedule to the Tariff Act, 'proposed by Shill. FEEL, wool, the growth bf British possessions, was to bc admitted duty, free, while a duty of .bnc'^half-pdnny* ;,n "poiind^ 47«|J> hp>impôsçd- lipon líprógñ wool pfc less value than one Shilling n pound, and one penny if it was above that' value. When tin's portion of thc schedule was read," Mr. C. WOOD, the Whig member for Halifax, moved as nit amendment that thc duty on Foreign wool bc reduced to one shilling per cwt,, which was seconded by Mr. Hia-KKrr, the Conservative member for Leeds ; thc grounds upon which thc motion was made were that n reduction of thc duty would be a relief to the manu- facturing interests. Thc amendment WAS rejected hy n majority of 122 to (iii. A similar amendment wns then moved rc- j speeling low priced wools, which ...

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PORT PHILLIP. SAL[?] SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

1 PORT PHILLIP. COLONIAL secretory a UMee, Sydney. Girt September, 1812. 111! Kx¿eíeiiiy tie Go- vernor directe it to benolificd, that nt Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, «ic 7lh December ¿ni following ileys.thetindcrmcntioncd Suburban. Urban, .nd lown Allotment, will be putiin to Auclion, in ionic convenient place in tho Jown of.Mclbonmo, Port Phillip. Further information tMpcMlns tho«c Lands moy bo obioiued fvom the Smveyor-'Gcnerni in Sydnoy, «nd the Officer in cliargc of1 Ihr,, Survey Department, al Tort l'lülli,,; «,,,> respecting ibo conditions of Solo, fioul tho I Colonial Lcasui w, in Sydney, and thc Sob-', treasurer, at Melbourne.: . .j SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS. n.ttTitT1' .5tHW'' *»"?'!. "I Boulia Imlla, nllolnicnt'Ko. 30. 2. 4SL^cres soma pkco No. 81. 3. 40 acre,, sum. place, No. 7. SS acre., snmo »L,cc, No. 33 . J. g., »ei*.; same place, Ko. 34. 0. M acres, «jmopl.ee. No. 35. 7.« Mrcs, Mraepliee No. JO. JJ! aero, "mc place, Ni. '37 Upset price jClQperaxrc. '?? EftvuKc.-I. ancr...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

WJBW» THOM TH1 XHTS&XOft. (From our variant Corrtspondentt.) I GOULBURN. Wc expect, from the preparations matting, that His Excellency tho Governor is really anti truly about to make us a visit ; ile ooulii I not have came at a better time, every thing looks well ; Hi« hush., thc fields, Hie plains, thc rjvor, tile cottle, all delight the eye. It must yield n pleasure of no ordinary kind to leave thc fumigated streets of Sydney to enjoy tho bracing breeze of Argyle. i\gn.n parties arc out repairing thc ro.i\tíl )n this tboro fi a praiseworthy cyajpolhy, and ire hone tho public islll derive some benefit from JU Eiccllcncy's visit, and that thc roads will not only be mad« lorely imsnhlo, but such as the lieges . can. jot «long without being shaken to mpc.civ. Th.» b\i)(i.tap¿ers are out in thc direction of. Burrowa, neo,r Yass j they lately.took fir« horses from thc s.Wlla|i,.oI Mr: Jome» ".o. born, omi op,» hw a station oí Mr. Ryon's. IV liorso police Mr Roberts, and t»." "f ...

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TUESDAY.—EQUITY SIDE. Before Sir JAKES DOWLING, Knight, Chief Justice. LAWSON v. CORDON AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

' Before Sir JAKES DOWUXO, Knight, Chief Justice. Uli« wag a foreclosure suit against tito defendants as the assignees ol' Ucorgo The Court decreed as prayed. Mr. DONNELLY, who appeared for tho de- fendant, moved, on thc nf li davit of his client, far an enlargement of thc time (o pay tba mortgage money. Mr. liaoADjiuniT, who appeared for the plnintifTü, opposed thc application. rho COURT gave the défendant six months further time to make payment, on condition that ho payed up thc interest on thc mort- gage, and thc costs of thc snit; within a fortnight. After several motions, of courte thc Court adjourned till Friday, at ten, A. M.

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Law INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL Star. MONDAY. BEFORE Mr. JUSTICE STEPHENS and a common jury. [?]onanary IN A DWELLING HOUSE, AND RECEIVING [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

law xvTBXitiiG-iivroa. ' SUPREME COUlt'l'.-Cr.iaiMAi. Sion. MOSLAY. llr.roiiE'Mr. Jusricc S-rmieSï ami a com- mon jury. - dish, bracelet*, and nn ear-ring, on Hie lOlli September, at Campbelltown, thc property of Dr. Kenny, tu which the prisoner pleaded not | GXlJos?p!t I/mmi, alias II»PP9 W If'"Tty, wa: nUo indicted fur TC cuivmg thc above propcrli un the fellowing day, vii., the 1 Uh September LnowiitR it to hove Wn Molen, lo which lu also pleaded not guilty. Thc SOLICITO. «ts ER AL commenced thu proceedings hy giving an outline of tho case, which he od mitled rwted mainly, ns against the prisoners, | ou ihe testimony of un approver named Snruh Gent ; but ns her testimony wai in ievc~' points coiroborutedby other witnesses, it \ in his opinion suineîeut to fix guilt on L~. . rholc value of the property t Í100, and the fact ~e " 1 shaved by the receiver J .nth part of tts value, "rle then called the _r(.-- ., who deposed that she had been boru in Glasgow, reared in Edinburgh, and t...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

CLEARANCES. For Launceston, the schooner Lowesloft, Captain Irving, with a general cargo. For Auckland, the brig Tryphena, Captain Horn, with sundries. Passengers-Messrs. Kinghorne. C. Abercrombie, Ring, Taylor,   Lambert, Walker, and Cremay ; steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon ond three children, Mr. and Mrs. Sanson and child, Mr. and Mrs. Sinbcrt and three children, Mr. Pinker, Mr. and Mrs. Merret and two children, Mr. S. Morrel, Mr. and Mrs. Hurst, two Misses Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Messrs. Jcnkins, Thoms, Bray, Sherwood and Jones.

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CRIMINAL SIDE. Before Mr. Justice Bunron, and a common jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

IBefore Mr. Justice Bunroy, and a common jury James Jluuell, of Sydney, labourer, waa indicted'for having on thc 13iii of August, uttered a ccrlniu furged order, purporting to bc a note of tho Honk oT Noir South Wales'for -Cl, with intent to deli mid Jlcnrj Cunning- ham, well knowing tho same to be a forger)'. Thc circumstances of the caso were aa ful Thc prisoner wai a journeyman butcher In thc employment of Mr. Keeley, butcher, re- siding at thc corner of King and Castlereagh streets, Mr. Cunningham, to whom tho noto waa passed by tho prisoner, was thc nephew of Mr. Driver, publican, residing at thc cor- ner of King ana Elizabeth streets. At oboi|t two o'clock on thc doy laid in thc indictment, the prisoner ran into Mr. Driver's, where Cunningham was serving behind, thc counter, and asked for chnngc of a'one pound note, handing to Cunningham thu instiument now before tho Court. Cun- ningham, not suspecting it to ben forgery, gave him chnngc, eight half-crowns ; the prisoner.then a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. THE LAST CHANCE1 FOR ALL THE WORKING CLASSES TO GO FOR WHAT IT, WILL FETCH. REMAINING PORTION OP o'oovvi&ii oxBsoairT, (POSITIVELY BY ORDER OP TUB PROrKIKTOR.) MR. STUBBS announces tho. honour of pe- remptory instructions given him ta bring before the public, under competition by Auction, THIS DAY, the 12th day of October, 1842, at the Mart, King street, sale at twelve, ALL THAT most eligible portion of the CAMPERDOWN ESTATK, popularly known as O'CONNELL CRESCENT, and which is now re- divided into such sizes and dimensions as cannot fail to please EVERY CLASS of BUYERS, allowing BACH MAN plenty of room to work his own scale of catting up for re-sale, towards future profit) upon the pre- sent easy terms, amounting scarcely to a quarter of a year's earnings of any indus, nious mao. THE LOCALITY, is too well known to be reiterated day after day in th« public preis ; anc\ it has been already largely expatiated upon, as the most legitimate superior property anyw...

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[?] EXTRACTS. THE QUEEN'S FANCY BALL. (From the Colonial Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

>»«l>«« »XTIAOT« 1 THE QUEEN'S FANCY BALL. (From the Colonial Gazette.) .NOTHING occurred to mar the high fes- tival at the Palace on Thursday night : in splendour of all kinds-of dress, of jewel- lery,and of female beauty, it disappointed no expectiiiioii. Of what is understood by'.thcjiamc. " masque" it had no charac- ter,: it wa9 merely a fancy ball; but of that kind, perhaps as distinguished for gorgeous;clTcct as any in history. The design' of 'thè evening's entertainment, ii design it can be called, was simple : the Queen and Prince Albert were to *' be" for the nonce,.Edward tho Third and his wife Philippa ; the officers of the Courl were to bc the officers of Edward's Court ; seated dil thc throne, Edward and Philippi were to.receive the Duchess of Cambridg« as Aiiue dc Bretagne, . leading Louis tin Twelfth and a court of her own ; the rcsl of the invited guests might follow, somi in ,scts of costumes, others in what dresse: thèy"picascd; and then dancing wast« begin,,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

âÉHHST 0-M O R~R O W Ev, 13lh -niuoi. " Apply to K,H: STORÏY. 1 ydney, October 12,1842. ' 5ÍGS HARY ANN Tjggjg^'. will lene the' Union. Whorl To. weather pcrinltfiag. WILLIAM. DALTON, ! Princc-strcet South. Oetoberl2. .5155 I rpHK fine B-itiih-bultt barque ' ANN OAUIS, he greater part of _ igeged, wl'I meet ' quiek deipfttch.' ' Vor freight or partage apply t< PLOWER, SALTIN9, anil CO. October ll. 51J5 I VT Iiiiii carly "(In order to afford nueh oft you ai may become Councillor*.of the City,' as opportunity of sufficiently considering my pre teniiom) thu I intend, ,10 soon at the Council I ii conititated, to offer myself lor the situation of Treasurer of the City. The duties of thb | officer, 1 reipectlully lubmlt, are precisely tho« for which my habits of holiness qualify me. I I have every motive which ¡a permanent stake ia the Colony, and a large family whose comfort Will depend on ita prosperity, can prêtent, for inducing me to aeek the public good, and to' j conduct ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

ABSTRACT Ol' SALES BY'AUCTION. We inserí far the information' of Ote Publie an Abstract of 'all the Publie Sates which Foss AK» LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at ll; o'clock, Jewellery, Confectionery,,'Wool-, packs, Iron Safe, Bunting, &c ... MR. Ut AC KW AM-.-At hu Uooir.i, at 12 o'clock, Lim tied I'ropcrlies, an Ami inlyi .Theodolite, : Circu infer cn ter, ¿fee.-' * '?' Mn. S'.T.YONS.-On tho promises lately oc- cupied by MCJSIS. S. l'oeknndCo., George-; . «trece, ot ll o'cWck; thc remaining stock of: - Groceries, -Inlcrest'in the premises, Shop' ? Fixtures, ic. -, ?? ?< ' ' \ Ma. ISAAC SIMMONS.-- At.'hls Koomi',' at ll, o'clock, Household1 Pünútiiré Surgical. Instalments, and General Merchandise. MR. J. NEWToy.-Athwitoomi, nt 12'o'clock Sheep, Drnught Horses,.Colonial Beef; ot 1 o'clock, Horse, bay .Cob, Gigs, Carriage, Jaunting Cor, &c; at 2 o'clock, Sheep. Mn. STUBBS.-At the Mart, at 12 o'clock, on Allotment of Land near.tho Kent Brewery. Allotments at O'Conne...

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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HEARLD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

ll . ?" METKOUOI.0GY. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 3>o TO Om OCTOBER, 16«. 20-40 29'4S 2S'S9 20-11* 29-C3 29-53 29-53 29*48 29-SS ¡ 29-47 29 70 j 29-73 29-82 I 25 CS 29-03 29-06 29-52 ! 29-49 29-55 29-81 29-05 I yr., w. i s., W.S.W., S.E. W.N:W.,'E.N.E., N.E., N.N.E. W. by S.. N.E., S., N. JIT. -N.W.,W.N.W.,W.,E.,N.E.;N.N.E., I , M., N.N.W., N., N.byW. ; Vi., N.E., N., N.byW., N., S. I S.S.E. to s,E.b>-;s.. ; -. . ! W.N.W., E., N.E., N.byE. Mos DA Y, 3nb.---Continued blowing a frosh gnle lill 'áfteV ten'o'clock, A;M.. then wind ! began to moderate, ond during the. afternoon, . died gradually away to a.calm, before t«n ao|. veering : wcst-sonth-wost ; blue sky, auu light cjrroua clouds ; nt six,.i-.»., began to blow fresh from south-east. fu EI DA Y, +TII. - Light Wûst-north-wcstcrly airain IIIB morning', afternoon, fresh copi wind from north-íeast',' veering north-norlh I east j veered due north before one o'clock, . and bUw )mrá nil thc afternoon, with a very ,! mo...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

IMFOUNDINGS. ' AOOOANO. - Scp Ilamber Z7 ._une . I*1? n)'v' about ihree yeer, old, black p'oMs, mnnc, """.'f''( .ame while in Hie forehead ono on l ie hmo Wi«, branded oh the off sh!* lino«. Ike .addle apparently Ij», no oilier yulbie brand ; damage» il. if not released before Ibo 21st of October, she will be iola. 1 . CA.LOH. [10s. ' GunxiKo, Seplerhber 22:-One red bul- lock; wide horn«, branded IT or JT.nenr side. One red bullock, «moe brond off side. .One rtd bullock, branded on ribs 2 under 10 near side, W on romp, white back. One red poley cow, branded TJ.K on milling «¡dc, brand Illegible off.ldcrump. If not released within 21 ilayi; they will be «old. J. Goovi»o». ''wottoitooiio, on the 21«t Scpiembcr, 18«, fartreapui, from the Five Island run : One red bullock, white on beck, belly, and lew, branded apparently AP o; rump.- Ont brindle eew white on forehead, back, belly, and kind lem, branded apparently HD on near romp, ffl on offramp. One' red »nd white «leer, while .pi'«" f...

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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

', j CONVEYANCE OF.MAILS, / ir'.. IIOLIMIASN Secretary's- Offlce, Sjàiies--'?sit, (bi tU>Po.t-Offlce .Mails from,Ä loÏÏ . «ÄS j«Vi «un^iyy tVetsonV^o^ W[ ' Contract for providing thc same ure invited I to transmit their otTcni, in writing, to thia Oflice, before Twelve o'elock'on-Monday, thc Uti) day of October next,-endorsed Tendei tor conveyance of Moils." ' Persons willing to undertake thc Contract, for'more than oue'ycar, ore invited to specify the rate at-which they will.undertake the service for one/ two, or three -years, rcspec ? F rom and to Windsor, Parramatta, and Syduey,-daily, (Sundays excepted). * Prom and to Windsor, Pitt Town, Wilber- force, Hichmom" >nd to Windsor and Wiseman's Ferry, ance á week. From amita Gosfardand Wiseman's Ferry, From and to Penrith, Parramatta, and 5yd | eyi daily, (Sundays excepted). Front and to Penrith, Hartley, and Bathurst,1 dsUy, or three times a week. 1/re-m and lo Bathurst and O'Connell, once o»"l«rice a week.' From and to Bathur...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS, INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842

ARRIVALS.-Nosc. -"' DEPARTURES.-NOSE. COASTKBS, INWARDS. October \û.-Ttiulff, (teamer, 12". Mul linll, from Morpeth, willi Ht irtuwi hay, 200 slicci) skins, 50 hides, 40 baßs maize, SU bon» outs, 10 lon« sall, .tc. ; Stirnli, *0, Anderdon, from Lok« Mac.pinrio, will) couts ; ami tintry, IC. Johnson, dom l<akc Macquarie, willi couls. October U.-Wiw, strainer, 172, ^Mil- son, from Morpeth, willi 3UU bushels maize, ?10 misse» hay, 201» lundie)* wheat, 10 tons potatoes; Itutk, 12, Miller, from the Mnwkai bui-y, willi GOD hnshêN1 make ; .Y»ji/ua June, steamer, 150, Wiseman, Trom Wollongong, wilh 2US Vinn» iiolalacs, mid I Io pitcetúmbef ; Duce, 13, Hart, from llmhaiiu Water, with slwlls; Marp/lau, &2, Williams, from .'»rt Macquarie, willi lS.UOD feet cedar, WOO feet hardwood, ¡'OOO shinnies, 21) casks lime, 300 liusbeU moitié, 1 cask lasts, 2 Ulm leather, û bags wool, fire; Sommet, », Frankland, from the Hawkesbury, willi CO slab*, ll ton | bark, and 7Û0O kbiiifflcR ; ...

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