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JOHN MARSH'S SALE. 21st DECEMBER, 1831. Ex JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

JOHN MARSH'S SALE. 21st Decemueh, 1831. Ex JOHN. MB IG, Is. a/, to Is.4U; M lI2,ls.tols.GJrf.; E 4-2, Is. OU to Is. ÜU; CML 1, Is. id. ; MY 4, 1s.4í/.;MS4,1s.4</.; aici} 4, Is. 3d. ; N 9, Is. 4W. to Is. 5U Ex CZAR. JJS 28, Is. OU to Is. 1U; L 3, Is. 1U ; .TB 14, lOd. to Is. 3U ; Ts 80, Is. OU to Is. Od. ; WB 15, Is. 3d. to \"s. 5U Ex ELIZABETH., * ^H 4, Is. 3U; W11 l8, Os. ÏLU to 1». 2U ; WF 4, Is. Old.; RL ö, 1«. 3d. to Is. Ad.; F L 3, Is. 2d. ; R6, Is. 2d. to Is. 3d. ; HX 2, Is. 2id. ; AW 7, Is. 2U ; RL 3, Is. Id. ; XL 3, .Is. 4U ; - F 3» 1* li* » Fk 3» !*. 1* Ex MAR Y. V çL 35, li. tols.lOd.; Sll,9Utol*.lU; DWS 1, Is, 4d. ; SL 1, Is. 5d. ; L 13, Is. Id. to Is. 8U ; M 3, Is. 4d. ; ^{p } | 2, Is. Id. Ex LAD Y HARE W O OD. E.24, Is. 2d. to Is. HU; E damaged, 26, Is. 3d,' to Is. 9d.; JG 7,"ls. 4U to Is. 7U ; JG damaged, 12, Is. 2d. to Is. 4d. ; M 6, ls."9d. to Is. 9U ; M damaged, 5, Is. 8U ; D 6, Is. 5d. to Is. 6U ; D damaged, 9, Is. 3.U to Is. Sid. ; ML 1, Is. 5U ? Ex EAM...

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Ex ELIZABETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

Ex ELIZABETH. Jj,S 94, HU to Is. 4U; ^D 30,10U to Is. 7d. j 188 Bales.

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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale,Eng.-Hhd.8/. a 8/. in, do. doz. M/nlSj Colonial-II hd. 00 a 80 do. doz. 0 a B Beer.Eng.-Hhd. 8/. h 8/.10* " 'lo. gal. I4sa IS Colonial-Hhd. 4-S c, ii _. , do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt. 19 a 2y Blankets,Col.p.pr. K5 a SO S1"*-.-:.Ib.'i a 00 Butter, fresh....IsOil als4d salt.no a IO Bread, 2lh. loaf, 0 3 a 0 31 Candles,Mlds.lb.l 0 a 0 0 Cattle. ViP.07à'l00i I Bnllocksea. S710/ a 2/15/ Working do. 3 0 a 4 0 L Cows,.. ."10 a 2 0 do.in Milk " 1 IO a 2 lo Calves,....,, 6snsi Sheep,....,, Haß Pigs.*., 7 a IO do. roasting, 4 a on Cheese, Eng.lb. 2s 3d a Osod Col. " 0 4 Q 0 C Cloth.I'iu ramntta per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a O 0 Coffee grml. iii. 1 6 a o o Eggs, per doz. 1 4 a I 6 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/ a 18/ Flour, 1001 bs. fine 2nd s Barker, ....I7s0ri-iS«od Longford, ..10 0 -14 0 Dixon.17 d-IS 0 Girard.17 0 -15 0 Pickering...17 0-14 0 Gordon.17 0-13 0 Green,.16 0 -14 0 Fr...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (From Papers of the 20th January.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (From Papers of the 20th January. J Mr. Stanley introduced last night into the House of Commons the Bill for reform in the constituency and representation of Ireland. The Scotch llefoim Bill was brought in and read a first time, after a few short speeches, which, however, presented no remarkable topic; but in the discussion both on the Irish and Scotcli bills, it is evident that the English and Scotch anti-reformers intend to combine with the Irish reformers in op- posing the Reform Bill for Ireland. The ratification of the treaty of London is post- poned to the 31st instant. I And that the London papers had earlier information of this fact than the Belgian, but 1 do not imagine you possess the actual protocol containing the agreement of the Confer- ence to the prolongation of the term originally agreed to. I herewith send it you ; it is a curious document, and well worthy its authors, and I am anxious for an exposé by Lord Palmerston of his well-founded hopes that...

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J. J. SIMES & CO.'S SALE. 22nd DECEMBER, 1831. Ex JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

J. J. SIMES & CO.'S SALE. 22nd December, 1831. Ex JOHN. DL 13, 8d. to 8U ; DX 2, 8d. ; DW 10, 7d. to 8U ; CK 9, lort to lid.; C 9, li. ; WC 5, Is. îd. to Is. 2U ; LY 1, Is. Id. ; MB 6, 9d. to Is. OU ; A 2, l*s. 3d. ; B 3, Is.2U ; O 1, Is. 1U ; S 7, Is. OU to li. 2U : AM"3, lOd. ; CL 17, Is. 2d. to Is. 3jd. ; llH 37, 1». Od. to li. 2U ; ?" PT-Ï C 13, lOd. to HU ; D 14, 8d. to lid. ; X£A 2, Is. öd. ; RM 8, Os. lOd. to li. Od. ; DS 3, 9d. ; SC 6, 7U to Sid. ; Wg* 9, Os. 8id. to Is. 1U ; WO 14, Is. to Is. Id. ; jp 14, li. 1U to l«.5d. j IBK 4, Is. led. to Is. 2d. ; IB 6, li. 5d. to li. 8U ; EB. 9, Is. 2id. to Is. 7d.; EB 4, li. 7d. ; Bg 2, Is. Gd. ; ELB 8, Is. 4d. to li. <>&. ; M 52, It. Od. to Is. 4d. ; WW 13, 0s. lid. to Is. 5àd. ; P F 28, Is. at to Is. 4U ; JT 2, Is. Id. ; MC, 54, 8rf. to Is. Sid. ; J£ 2, Is. 9d. ; LLD 4, li. lid. to Is. 9Jd. ; D 5, 8d. to 8Jd. ; B 3, li. 2d. Ex LION. PW 53, Is. 4d. to Is. lOJrf. ; W12, Is. IU to Is. 3}d. Ex CZAR. T 11, ...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

MARKETS. Thursday, May 24, 1832. A very general supply of produce was brought to Market this morning. 1700 bushels of wheat were sold from 4s. to 6s. per bushel. Maize was a shade lower ; barley and oats without alteration. Dairy produce was tolerably abundant, without any alter- ations from our last quotations. Poultry were plentiful but firm. Good potatoes maintain their price as well as other description of vegetables. Oranges were to be obtained in quantities at low prices. Colonial leaf tobacco dull of sale. Candles, soap, and tallow, stationary. Neither cattle nor butcher's meat have undergone alteration, but a rise is expected. Wool, good and clean, commands good prices. The Horse Market is dull.

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LIST OF RUNAWAYS APPREHENDED, UP TO THE 21st OF MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

LIST OF RUNAWAYS APPREHENDED, UP TO THE 21st OF MAY. Beckley Ann, Earl Liverpool, from Mr. N. L. Kentish, of Parramatta. Byrne Daniel, Prince Regent, from Mr. Thomas Bar. ker, Sydney. Campbell Edward, York, from No. 20 road gang. Cunningham John, Marqul« Huntley, from No. 41 road gang. Clegg Thomas, Albion, from Mr. J. B. Benington. Day or Hughe* Martha, Wanstead, from Mr. William Phillips, Sydney. Fuulkt. James Royal Admiral, from No. 41 road gang. Jones Samli, Kain», from Mrs. Waples, Sydney Kelly James, Minerva, from an iron gang. Kennyon Samuel, Marquis Huntley, from No. 1 iron gang. Lowe Richard, Prince Regent, from No. 20 road gang. Langton Thomas, Waterloo, from Mr. Lawrence Myers, Williams' River. Meekln Bliza, Brothers, from Mr. N. L. Kentish, Par- ramatta. Murphy Anthony, Guildford, from No. 41 road gang. Smart William, Minerva, from Mr. R. Hayes. . F. A. HELY, J. P. Principal Superintendent of Convicts. LIST of unclaimed Letters, comprised in letters P and Q, remaining in...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Goulburn Plains, April 1832. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Goulburn Plains, April 1832. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. Gentlemen,-- My last sheet having been filled with observations upon the Sheep Act, I had not room to write a few remarks upon that important topic introduced in your Paper of the 16th instant, and I cannot allow another Post to leave without adverting to the doctrine you have advanced relative to the proposed road to Jervis Bay :-If I possessed the facility of expressing what I felt on reading your Paper of that date, I should make an attempt to give you a reproof for (unconsciously, no doubt,) conspiring the ruin of us poor settlers, by holding forth that a road to Jervis Bay, would be a remedy for the present wretched one which we are doomed to transport our produce and our precious persons from hence to the capital. Your picture of the present road is admirable ; and I must cordially agree to bear you company in all you write until I arrive at that paragraph, be- ginning-" There are two wa...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (Continued from second page.) FEMALE FASHIONS. (From the Royal Lady's Magazine for January.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

SNCIXSH EXTRACTS. ( Continued from second page, J FEMALE FASHIONS. (From the Royal Lady's Magazine for January.) Walking Dress.-Crimson and Adelaide blue shot silk, made very full in the skirt, and trimmed round the bottom with a deep flounce of sable. The body is made quite plain, with narrow capes, which is cut nearly through on the shoulder, and falls in two points over the top of the sleeve. The cape is continued to the waist, and meets in a point under the ceinture. The sleeve is extremely full at the top, and very small at the wrist A full col- larette of quilled tulle supplies the place of a collar to the dress. Hat of white inoire, trimmed with blue gau?e ribbon and small bunches of pansies. The inside of the brim is ornamented with noeuds of gauze ribbon. Mull'and Boa of sable. Boots of dark brown silk. Evening Costumf..-Dress of blue celeste. The skirt is made rather larger than in December, and very full, without gores. The garniture at bottom is a very deep flounce, set ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

sr O T X C E. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between us, has been dissolved by mutual consent, All Debts due to or by the Firm, are to be settled by C. II. Chambers. CHARLES H. CHAMBERS. DAVID CHAMBERS. Terry's Buildings, Pitt-street- Ï May IG, 1832. J JTOTXCE. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between Messrs. Charles and David Cham- bers being dissolved ; the undersigned will, in the course of a few days remove his Office from Pitt-street to part of the chambers of W. C. Wentworth, Esq. in George-street, where his Bu- siness will in future be conducted. CHARLES H. CHAMBERS. May 21, 1832. NOTICE. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between Messrs. C. & D. Chambers having been dissolved ; Mr. David Chambers has removed his Office to No. 3, Terry's Buildings Pitt-street. DAVID CHAMBERS.' No. 3, Terry's Buildings, > Pitt-street, Sydney. ) 8AX.fi ST AUCTION. -ODO A LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSE, «om in full and flourishing Trade, and known as the Sign of the Angel & Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

TERMS op subscription; J Sydhey, 8s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, 6d. ? Country, (Postage included) 10i. Gd. per Quarter, j . TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. , For Eight Lints and under, us. Gd., and Id. each, . for every Line above Eight; for each Insertion. J^-The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning ; and the Quarters end «je Slit March, 80//, June, SOM September, and 31,/ December i at which periods oxi.y can Subscribers decline. AnvrimsEMFNTs *" tfirflf" on ihe 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. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o'Clock onWednesdays and Saturdays; but fresh ones will be receive untilii Tcth of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. * * J ""« "° ^'«« toil x.om>oi«r direct, 'HE Ship PORTLAND, Capt. Ascouoh, A 1, Bur- then 385 Tons, having nearly the whole of her Cargo en- gaged, will sail for Lond...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

POLICE INCIDENTS. Thursday.-Margaret Flaherty, arrayed in a flaxen wig, was charged with being found in a sly grog shop the night previous, amusing the company with " Here we meet too soon to part," in a fine counter tenor voice,-" that's vat I call prime" said one Vitner, "go it Mog," said another, "you knows how to tip 'em a stave," encore shouted a third, " come to the lock-up" growled the Charley, and away she was taken in spite of sundry left-handed threats held out by the company. 1 mo. 3. C. Cornelius Mindle was charged with getting drunk,   and when called to order by his overseer, with hint- ing something about slugs in a sawpit, which not being attended to, he threatened in plain English to break his nose, for which he was sentenced to 25 lashes. John Delany was charged with laziness, John retorted that he was not sufficiently grubbed ; master replied he was too well fed, and farther, that he had not a good point about bim. " Not a good point" roared the aston...

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Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

Von Diemen'» Xiand News. Messrs. Callaghan are now building for Mr Thompson, a steam boat of sixty-five feet from stein to stern, and eighteen in breadth of beam. The vessel came in frame, from England, conse- quently it will shortly be afloat We believe Mr. Thompson intends to let this vessel run between Kangaroo Point and the New Jetty. ''Among the articles imported by .the Cleooatra, arc two animals which though they cannot be literally called Irish bulls, are certainly nearly ni lied to that humourous class. We mean two fine woolled black Merino rams.. But no principle is more fixed among the growers of wool than care I fully to keep all black or coloured sheep out of the flock. The owner, we learn, expected that his im [ portation would fetch a high price in Hobart Town, | and actually refused an offer of £30 from a passen- ger on the voyage, but on landing discovered his error, and we understand they have been sold to the butcher at the irintrinsic value, viz. 5s. each. | A fi...

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CHOLERA MORBUS. Council-Office, Jan. 20. DAILY REPORT OF CHOLERA CASES. Sunderland, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

CHOLERA MORBUS. Council-Office, Jan. 20. BAILY REPORT OF CHOLERA CASES. Sunderland, Jan. l8. Remaining at last report 1, New cases 0, Total 1. Recovered 0, Died 0.-Remaining at this date 1. From the commencement of the disease, on the 26th October, 1831-Cases, 534; death, 202. Newcastle, Jan. l8. Remaining at last report, 65, New cases, 20, Total, 85_Recovered 12, Dead 6, l8-Remain. ing at this date 67.-From the commencement of the disease, on the 7th of December, 1831-Cases, 772; deaths, 239. Gateshead, Jan. l8. Remaining at last report, 8, New cases 0, total 8, Recovered 3, Died 2, 5.-Remaining at this date 3,-From the commencement of the disease-Cases, 378; deaths 133. North Shields and Tynemouth, Jan. l8. Remaining at last report, 23, New cases 2, Total 25, Recovered 3, Died 1, 4-Remaining at this date, 21, From the commencement of the disease-Cases, 77 ; deaths 28. Walker Colliery and Township, Jan. l8. Remaining at last report, 16, New cases 12, Total 28,-Recovered 5, Dead 1, ...

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Every Official Notice, as published in the Government Gazette, is inserted Once in this Journal, verbatim; generally the insertion will be in Thursday's number. TICKETS OF LEAVE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22d May, 1[?]31. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

Every Official Notice, as published in the Government Gazette, is inserted Once in this Journal, verbatim ; generally the in- sertion loill be in Thursday's number. TICKETS Of LEAVE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, I 22.1 Mnv. IBS], THE undermentioned Prisoners of the Crown linvc obtained Tickets of Leave since the lust duy of publication, viz.- - County of Cumberland. AIRDS.-Bums Jereimnli, Castle Forbes 2; Clarke John, Mniqih« Huntleys'; M'Grane Patrick, Boyue. Al"PIN_Healy Thomas Marqim Huntley 2, BAULKHAM HILLS,-Greenwood John, Prince Ile. gem 4. CASTLE HILL-Roger« Robert, Cambridge. COOK-Dlvall Willinm, Hindostán. LA N E COVE.-Bourke John. LIVERPOOL.-Donticllan Michael, Marquii Huntley 2 ; Jarinyn John, Marquis Hastings. PARRAMATTA.-Ureslaw Hugh, Cambrlde ; Bur- row» Nathan, Florenlia ; Coneen Pat (not Patrick), Minerva 3 ; Desmond Cornelius, Eliza 3; Doyle Mi- chael, Cambridge; Fitssinimon» John, Daphne; Orady Patrick, Hoyne; Jackson John, Marquis Huntley, Johnson William...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

BIRTH.—On Tuesday last, Mrs. A. Levey, of a daughter. Died.—On Friday, Mr. Joseph Wyer, an old in- habitant of the Town. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY   NEW SOUTH WALES.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE The Agricultural Society will meet at Sir John Jamieson's, to-morrow, for the final discussion of the Sheep Scab Bill. It is expected to be numer- ously attended by the Members of the Society, from the importance of the subject The Chowder Bay Estate will be brought to the hammer in seven allotments.. There is a hot pursuit after a party who was lately admitted to bail, in heavy securities, for a felony ; he was traced to a house a few nights since, but had flown before the arrival of the Police, leaving his hat and coat behind him. The property of Sir John Jamison, in George street, is to be brought to the hammer by Mr. Bodenham this morning ; so desirable a situation must excite competition. All in the wrong.-A fellow was treated with a lodging in the watchhouse on Wednesday night, for bawling out close to the sentry on the Treasury " No. 3 and all"s well.", One man was discharged by proclamation at the   Supreme Court, on Thursday, but no other ...

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GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832

I G^NERALANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. | NOTICE is hereby given, that the General Annual Licensing Meeting of Justices for the district of Bathurst, will, in pursu- ance of the Act of His Excellency the Governor in Council, No. II, dated the 12lh day of May, 1830, lie holden at the Police Office, Bathurst, on Tuesday, the loth day of June, 1832, nt 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of taking into consideration ull appli- cations which shall be mude to the said Justices for licenses for public houses in the said district. ? By Uider of Hie Bench of Magistrates, _ | JOHN LISCOMBE, Clerk to the Bench. Police Offire, Bathurst,) 15lh May, 1832. J

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 26th to the 30th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832

RETUliN oj the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 26th to the ZOth instant. £ : d. Wheat, bestU. 9. Wales .. Do. second quality, do.0 4 Do. third do. do.0 3 Barley, best ditto.O 3 Maize, best ditto. 0 S Colonial Tobacco, best.0 t Ditto, second quality.0 1 Potntoe», N. S. Wale».4 5 Buller, best salt.4 8 8 per cwL Cheese, good.2 3 0 ditto Pork, sall. I 10 4 ditto. Bacon,.3 6 B ditto Ham. 3 0 8 ditto W. 0. PUDDBFOOT, Commission Agent, Oeoree-itrttf, 0 p. bin.of öolh». .1 ditto ditto 0 ditto ditto li ditto of SOIbs. Si do. ineamreint. 8{ per lb. 6 ditto per ton

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A WARNING FROM THE GOLD MINE (FROM THE ATLANTIC SOUVENIR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832

A WARNING FRO "'THE GOLD MINE (fhom the atlantic souvekir.) Ye who rend my bed of earth, Mark me ! from my lowly birth, Ye, in me, to light -will bring What will rise and be your Icing ! I shall rule .vith tyrant sway, Till ye rue my natal day ; High and low my power shall own, I will make the world my throne ! He who worships mc shall bo Martyr, dupe, or slave to me ; Love and friendship on his way v To his idol, lie will slay ; 5c ?. Conscience, I will still her cry ; f Truth, for mc, shall bleed and die. I will be a chain to bind, Down to earth the immortal mind. Though yo try me, by the fire, It will only heat my ire ; Though my form yo often chango, 'Twill but give me wider range. For my sake the poor shall feel On his face, his neighbour's heel. Then I'll turn, and, taking wing, Leave with avarice but a sting. I will be a spur to crime ; Ye, will sell your peace through time ; And a long eternity Of remorse shall come for me ! Now am I here without offence, But if ever taken h...

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