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METEOROLOGY. SPRING EQUINOX, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

i METEOROLOGY. I il^RiNQ EQUINOX. 1Ü42. j Olsertiàh'ont on the Barometer anti ^er mometer, Macquarie-strcet, Parramatta. Station jalout 21 feet alove high water mark. WEDNESDAY, 21ST SEPTEMBER. Hours. Danum Irr. All.irlnd Det»i heil Thcimoiiuur. din». Sunrise. 30-03 GO 52 7 30-03 60 S3 8 30-03 C0-5 54 x 8-30 30 03 CO 5 f>ß 9 30-03 (¡0 53 10 30 03 (¡0 GO li . 30-03 G1 G2 Noon. 29'!)!) G1 -5 G3 1 29-98 03 G4 2 29-95 , 07 C6 2-31) 29-94 GC 66 3 29-9.) O.") 66 4 29-94 66 C3* 5 29-91 64 62 6 29-94 63 60 7 29-94 63 .r>8 8 29-91 63 57-5 9 29-94 62 51 10 29-95 G1 52 ' 11 29-95 00 51 Midnight 29-95 61 50 ^ THURSDAY, 22ND SEPTEMBER. 1 a.m. 29 97 61-5 50 2 29-97 62 48 3 29-97 60 48 4 29-97 60 47 5 , 29-97 60 47 Sunrise 29-97 59-5 48 7 ' 29-98 00 . 50 j 8 29-98 60 52 I 8-30 29-98 60 53 9 29-98 61 54 .10 29-98 59-5 59 11 29-97 63 63-5 Noon 29-94 64 67 1 29-92 64 70" 2 29 90 69 71 2-30 29-89 70' 70 3 29-89 71 70 4 29-89 . 70 67 5 29-89 69 ' 64 tí 29-89 70 62 7 29-90 65 60 8 29-90 67 00 9 29...

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SUPREME COURT.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

I SUPREME COURT.-INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. | WEDNESBAY. BEFORE Mr. Justice BURTON. Tim UNBER-SIIEIUIT'S orricE. Soon after hu Honor hud tuleen his seat on the Bench, the Under-Sheriff was sent for by his Honor, for the purpose of ascertaining from him why certain papers belonging to the insolvent estate of John Burt, baker, Lower George-street, which ought to be in the ollice of the Under-Sheriff, hud not been forthcoming for the use of the Attorney ' General, in prosecuting Burt, who is one of the insolvents committed for trial under the '73rd section of the Insolvent Law. Mr. Prout informed his Honor that he had made every search in his ollico for the papers in question, but bud been unable to lind them. His llosoti having ascertained from Mr. Prout that the papers in question were such as ought to have been produced by him-his' office being the recognised depository of the same-told him, that unless the papers in question were forthcoming within twenty -four hours, that he should feel...

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BOM[?]TIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

% DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE   mEETINGS FOR TO-DAY - In the es ate   of Thomas Dillon, a single meeting, at ten   o clock; William Robertt McKay a single   meeting, at half past ten , Samuel Pearce, a single meeting, eleven , Charles Evans, a     single meeting, at half past eleven, Street and Beaumont, a first meeting, at twelve,   John Lublin, a special meeting at two   THE COURT OF REQUESTS.-This Court adjourned last night, at No. 394. The sittings     will be resumed to-day, at the usual hour.     CARGO OF THE "LOUISA."- the sugar and   coffee per this vessel, will positively be sold by Mr. S. Lyons, this day, at his mart, George- street and Charlotte place. This is considered by competent judges to be as fine a sample of sugar and coffee as ever came into the market.     The sale will commen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. Tona Flax, ana Oases oilman'« «torea consisting of rratta, Capara, Tickles, Mustard, Sancos, Anebovle», Jana, Tollies, Olives, sic. Vj R. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by Aue ! v I tion, at his Mart, George-street and Charlotte-place. THIS DAY, the 13th ia«tant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Nine tons flax, more or less Forty cases oilman's atores, assorted, consisting of fruits, pickles, mustards, anchovies, jams, jellies, &c. &c. Terms at sale. 6090 WHixa rssaca wilta. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auc- tion, on FRIDAY, the 14th instant, at his Mart, corner of Ueorgc-street and Char- lotte-place, at Eleven o'clock precisely ; Fifteen hhds white French Wine Fifteen pipes ditto. Terms at Sale. 5051 m Xa tbe Zasolvont astute or Hampbrey M'Xoon. (Under Act of Council 5 Victoria No. 17.) BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES, A NRW VSBSSI,. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will Sell by Anc tion, at his Mart, on FRIDAY, the 14th instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, The Hull of the Brig AUSTRA...

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ENGLISH [?]XTRACTS. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NEW ZEALAND COMPANY. (From the Colonial Gazette,Jnne 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NEW ZEALAND COMPANY. (From the Colonial Gaxettc,Jnne 1. ) AT the annual meeting of the Proprietors of the New Zealand Company, held yes- terday nt their house in Broad-street Build- ings, the Directors presented their fifth - Report. It begins by allusions to past reports, and then proceeds to mention the settlement of Nelson ; giving descriptions of the plnco from Captain Wakefields despatches, which have already appeared in the Colonial Gazette. The Directors anticipate the probability, from the nature of the country, that thc'settlenients of the North Island will be devoted to agricul- ture, and of the South to grazing ; Port Nicholson being the main depot for the tindo. The nature of the country round Nelson facilitates the surveys ; and it is expected that a large portion would be laid out.readj for selection iii anticipation of the arrival of the first colonists. Since the date of the last annual report, twelve ves- sels hnve been chartered by the Company...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

CLEARANCES. For Hobart Town, the schooner Waterlily, Captain Brown, with thirty tons salt, &c. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Montague and child, Mr. Crocker, Signor Dalle Case, Signo- | riñas Anna and Amelia Dalle Case, steerage nine, twenty-five prisoners of the Crown, twelve rank and iile of 80th Regiment. For Launceston, the brig William, Captain Thom, with a general cargo. Passengers Mrs. Do der y, Miss Turner, and Mis« Burnett; steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Peck and three children, Mrs. Roberts and child, and Miss Speacli. For Adelaide, South Australia, the ship Sultana, Captain Lyell, in ballast. Passenger in the steerage-James Brown. For Guam, the brig Dawson, Captain Price, in ballast. Pussengers-Mr. Smith, and Mr. T. Bennett. For Auckland, New Zealand, the brig Jiristolian, Captain Thomas, with a general cargo. _ Passengers-Rev. J. Whitehead, Mrs. Worthington and child, Mrs. Breast, Messrs. Louis, Cooper, Broadbent, Perry, and Blacket ; steerage, Mr. Otta and three childr...

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The [?] Morning [?] THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1812. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I."   IMMIGRATION. We have repeatedly, within the last three years, urged upon the public the import- ance ofdisabusing the mind of the people   of England—more particularly thos con- nected with the Government—of the idea that weavers and other manufacturers are not proper persons to emigrate—that they are useless in the Colonies. This has been denied, over and over again through the press, by means of witnesses examined before the Committees of the Legislative Council, and through the Reports of the Committees ; but still the fallacy is not exploded, and we repeatedly see notices in the English papers as to the unfitness of weavers for colonial life, although ___________________ NLEY has sent two ________________________ to take     Paisley weavers to Auckland, it shows   that he is not of that opinion.   &n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THK Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter king paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quiii'ter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for winch ten per cent.-will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance being £1 Us. fid. per half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished al the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both foi'subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. Iii all coses, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when tlie arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due will be in...

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

WINDSOR. UCTODFR 5-ACCIDENT-While a servant of Mi William Tohnstoii s, of Pittown, was li mowing one of his ma«tei s fields, he was thiown down, and one of the teeth of the liai row entered his knee loint On Di Stew ait visiting the patient he found the limb very much inflamed and swollen, but the man is now rapidly i eco\ ei mg lue IURI -lint Windsor is notbackvvaid m coming forward to suppoi t the amusements of the turf is pretty well known, and when their efforts arc united with those of their spirited neighbouis ut Richmond, and other districts aiound, no unseemly display of hor°e flesh is biought to figuic on oui race course, both at the generil annual exhibition of "blood, bone, and beauty, as well as the many pi tv ate matches which aie from time to lime made up, and earned Uuougb m such a manner a« to gnu entno satisfaction Poi icF COURT-Sir GROG SLLI INO-On luesd íy last James Lconaid, lcsuling at Port- land Head, was chaiged on ltifuimotion at the in«taiuo of the Chief Con...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. From Norfolk Island, yesterday, having left the 30th ultimo, the brig Governor Phillip, 188 tons, Captain Boyle, with sundries. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Maconochie and son, Rev. Mr. Nailer, Mr. Foster, D. Graham, Lieutenant Riley, 80th Regiment, Lieutenant Horsley 96th Regiment, eight in the steerage, fifty- one prisoners of the Crown, twenty-six rank and file of the 80th and six rank and lile of the 96th Regiment. From Port Macquarie, yesterday, having left the preceding day, the steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, with sundries. Passengers   -Major Innes, Mrs. Tozer, Mr. Croft, Cap- tain Gibbes, and three in the steerage. From Newcastle, same day, the brig Martha, Captain Wells, with coals.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

For the Bay of Islands, Auckland, and Port Nicbolson. THE FINE BRIG SIR JOHN BYNG,   John Keane, Commander, having the whole of her cargo engaged,     will positively sail on Thursday, the 20th in- stant, has excellent accomodation for pas- sengers. For passage apply to BOYD and CO., 5203 Unwin's-buildings, Custom-house. li E fine faat-iailing brig PACKET, |\W 2*0 tons Register, J. Shirling, _.jSis* Coramauder, will sail in three weeks, snd has splendid accommodations for passenger«. She will also taVe frc ght and itock, for which she is well adapted. Apply to Captain SLirling, on boat d, or to ' CAMPBELL, HILL, AND CO.. 5227 Jamison-street. Port Macquarie and Xfewcastle. )ORT Macquarie steam packet MAITLAND, William Parsons, Master, will _ leave the Commercial Wharf, This livening, at six P. M. October 12. . 5231 TO* X.OXTDON DIRHCT. TO SAIL ON TUB 1ST OF NOVEMBER. II E fine clipper brig WILLIAM FULCIIER A. 1., 250 tons, G. P. Steams, BÜaTÍTií...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. THE following is the List of Unclaimed Letters for the Month of September: Samuel Aberfield, John Adley, Miss Chris- tina Aitken, Henry Ahen, Thomas Alderman,   James Allen, Francis Alsbury, C. Ames, Henry   Appleton, Mrs. Araavey, D. W. Armstrong, Enoch Arnold, Thomas Arnold, Richard   Arnold, Alexander R. Arnott, A. J. Ashbury, William Ashdown, James Atenberg, John Atkins, tailor, Miss Harriett Awhett.   Miss Ellen Baird, Samuel Baker, Thomas Banan, James Bangle, William Barham, Mr. Barnes, Glebe; Mrs. H. Barnier, W. Barnwell, William Barry, J. Barsden Surrey Hills ; E. Bartlett, Mrs. Barton, Belvidere House ; James Baskerville, Isaac Batchup, John Bates, James     Beal, David Beaton, sawyer ; Mr. Bell, George Bell, Mrs Bennett, Miss Bennett, J. T. Berwick, John Beverige, Robert Binges, Thomas Blackwall, Patrick Blake, Henry   Blake, James Bland, H. S. Bloomfield, Esq., &a...

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CHURCH GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

CHURCH GUAN PS. CotoNUi Seciefaiy hOlhcc Swlnev, Oclobei 1 11,12 - Hie following dcsciiptions i f town allotments, which have been nppiopnated to the pmnoses of Hie J resb} [pt| in Chinch, as lieicuiielcr more palttctil tr|y mentioned, nie pilbil bed foi t nei ii iiifotn ali ni, in oubr tint all parties contented ni iy have nu op puituiuty of coi reeling nny cuoisoi omissions that may hnvo bepn madt inadveitently At the expiration of one jro) tj) from this d ile if no civ eat be lodged oi otliei cause, nf un fPltunty nppevr deceit of "rant foi the le spctti« « allotments will be executed in favoui of the appiuvu-i If (stces in each case fcvuM v -1 ¡1} pc«..' e", ps ,Uy of Cuni heiland (own of Sydney palish eft i^t l^v lenpe, hounded on the westby Pitt stieet being a iir.e Lpniing south I degrees west 150 links on the south h¡ 1 line bealing north t dcgiees east 1Í2 Inila to uanii he)) street and on the nurdi by that sticht J)»f,),i a lino bealing west 3 degrees north lil Inn s a^Hio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

''[ADVERTISEMENT.] T'a the Editors of Hie Sydney Morn'int) Herald. tir.NTi.EiiCN,-I observe the very polite nllusion to my name, which Mr. S. k. Salting makes in his letter of yesterday.nbut as a late writer in the Sydney journals has romnrkad, " 1 do not intend to amuse the publie by u cor- respondence1 of n similar charncler, when they mny be so much more amused by ii reference to the columns of Hoy.." It is rather cool in our Israelitish or Danish hero to set his word in opposition lo facts known to many respect- able persons in Sydney, and which he piu douily, I must allow, told Mr. Neilson to keep secret. 1 was not aware of the cause of my being isiimmuncd on the occasion referred to till in tlie Court, and though I am deeply grieved at hûvinR unfortunately oflendecl the worthy scribe'cr of warrant of attorney notoriety, Í much fe tr that there in something " rotten in the slate of Denmark," windi will smell the more it is stirred, and which there- fore it migliL be prudent to ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE POND! To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

ouaivAX, ooKMifoirssBoa, THE POND ! To the Editors of lae a¿"hiey Morning Herald. UENTMSMBN,-For the sake pf decency, I beg you will report for the ¡nformaiian of those whom it may concern, that the point (it the hack of the Pautechnicon, opposite tin! ¿.»Jd gaol, is now the receptacle of drowned dogs i and human ordure, which has been emptied in it at night, ana that the air surrounding it is pestflentiat and dangerous at the present eeason of Hie year ; and being a near resident (oit, I assure you that I ¿lo not complain without occasion. It is also very near to the back of your office, which might ulsogiveyoii ( u personal reason to complain of it as a nui- sance. I am, Gentlemen, . Your obedient servant, T. W. October 12._

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. CHURCH GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

ao-vma.MMuuv OAzarrs* I CHURCH GRANTS. COLONIAL Secretar} s Office, Sydney, 1st Octobci, 18*2 -Hie following desti.plions of grants of land and town allotments, which have at valions peí tods been appropuated to the purposes oi tho United Chut c1, of Lugland and Ii eland, ns hereuuder moie pnticularly mentioned, are published for general informa- tion, m order that all parties concerned may have an opportunity of coi rec ting any errors 01 omissions that may ha\ e been made inad- vertently, being in addition to those adver- tised on 8th rebruaiy, 28th June, and 11th July last. At the expuation of one month from this date, if no c-iveat be lodged, or othci cause »Í unceitamty appear, deeds of giant for the lcspectivc portions of land and allotments will be executed in favour of the approved trustees in each case APPIN-4* 2 aties and2ioods, count} of Cumberland, parish of Appin, town of Appin , commencing at the junction of Chinch-street and George-stiect, bounded on the north by alin...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,-Observing in your paper, a statement that the insolvent liabilities under sequestration, amounted to £1,500,000, I though» the following extract from Cookc's Insolvent Law (Preface, p. 12) might be ac- ceptable, as corrective of the impression that this amount is any other than nominal^ " The Houses of Parliament required a return, showing the number of persons dis- charged within a certain period, the aggre- gate amount, of all their debts, and the sum total of available assets, in the hands of the several assignees, so fur us the same could be ascertained." The number of the insolvents discharged was easily procured, and these the retain presented. The aggregate sum of their debts also was but the result of an accumulation of figures, and the amount appeared enoimous. But how many of these debts had been twice, thrice, nay, even twenty times repeated, throughout the whole of these various^ sche- dules, no means were given o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

xm THiiWUK« ""f*",« Sheriff's Office, Sydney, October i». ^ Bowman ». Marshall. ON FRIDAY next, ^NthiM'««.»'^ at Maitland, the Sheriff «?«*££ sold, sia Breeding Mare«, »»'""*"£ ^ and a quantity of Houseaold f nrnitore, as«" this ezecutioa is previous. «»»n»«0' CORNELIUS PROUT, fiQ87 ._?_*__£_Bi Prmrerf and Published b« ^]^MÍ JOHN Faiarax, ««*e Hera Id />n»lW <£J Lower deom-slreet, Syfiw.'l, A« a« J /F«/«, Friday, Ulli October, U>»-t.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

DIARY. Momoranda for This Say . | October. 14 1 v n I D A v # SUN, | rises | acts. | | 5 38 I C 2ÍT HIOH TIDE morn | even 4 30 | 4 51 Full Moon, Oct. 10, lo m. past 9, night.

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MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. RAE'S THIRD LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

I MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. I MR. RAE'S THIRD LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Q-í Tuesday eieplng, Mr Rae dein pied his (hird, pud concluding, lecture upon the Lng j)sh Language Having lu his pre\ion.s lec- tures impressed upon his ludicncethe im,)crt unce of the study of their natue language, .uid tiaced it through its \auotis clianges down to the present Unie, be would now c ilj then attpntipn (p tjip ptmpmlesof ita com position Gi immnr w is the ionndaticn upon which all composition must he based, foi, without the knowledge of the principles of i language, it w as ob\ îousl) impossible to «peak 01 write {hat hngu-jgc \\tl|)p«ppii6[>,-in ii tin» wio ill that gi umnir professed to II ich While a knowledge of Latin grammni fucili tated the acquisition of 1 nglisb, it must not he suprospd lint it rendpicd an aegmn)tiiice with 1 nglibh giammni unncceasaij, is the nile« whn.li gomncd the two difleied in imny piiliciiltis froi i each othei J he Titui i/is a tr nçiipi li,e, l]iP ] n...

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