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SELECT POETRY. SONG.—BY T. MOOEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
8 fi X. B C T rOSTKT. SONG-By T, Moow. Smoothly flowing through verdant dales, Gentle river, thy current runs Sheltered safe from winter gales, Shaded cool from summer suns. Thus our youth's sweet moments glide, Fenced with flowery shelter round ; No rude tempest wakes the tide, All its path is fairy ground. But, fuir river, the day will come, When, woo'd by whisp'ring groves in vain, Thou'lt leave those banks, thy shaded home, To mingle with the stormy main And thou, sweet youth, too soon wilt pass Into the worlds unsheltered sea, Where, once thy wave bath mixed, alas I All hope of peace is lost for thee.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
DXAXtY. Memoranda for the prisent week. :-I SUN " H.ghTide. May._Calendar._| rij« | sets morn | even. 31 | T | Ascennioii Day._| 7 4 | 4 5(1 » 15 | » 117 Jun~ï. : ~ *T ~FTLd.HowV»vlctory,I7lM.|7-4|4 5fi IO Ü 10 20 jL S~l Pcacclt Pafl»,"l8M: 7~5~| 4~S5~ ~IÖ~35~T0 48 3 S fe'^frvey^Toit" 7 S 4 55 j II 11 )1 27 "4£MJ_H. GTattaïïrfiVtf, 1B20. 7 5 4 55 | II 45 0 0 *5 T | BÓnlfaccT" | 7 6 | 4 54 j 0 IO | 0 SU "oT"wl Áriomo died, 1553. 7 0 | 4 5-1 | 1 0| 1 33 Firat Quarter nth day, 4 minutes past 1 morning. -
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Church and State-&lt;t stickler for Athanasius' Creed.-In 1710, Gabriel Newton, an alderman of Leicester, left £2G per annum to the corporation of Huntingdon, for clothing and educating boys of indigent parents. The testator makes the following injunction :-" The boys are to tone ¿he responses, and the money is to be withdrawn if the Creed of St. Athnuasius be not publicly read in the church, unless the said Creed, by king, queen, or. parlia- ment, be abrogated or abolished out of the rubric of the Church of England, which abolition, jn the opinion of the said Gabriel Newton, will- bo n greater blow to the Church and State thati-" the 'taking oir the head of the.rpyal martyr, KTnig ' Charles the First. Brttfr-Distribution" ok?Mfavs.-It is one of the most important objects of government, to pre- vent an extreme inequality of fortune; not'*by taking away the wealth of the possessors, but' in depriving them of means to accumulate them ; not by building hospita...
CAPE EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
CAPE EXTRACTS. By the brig Marianne we have received our files of Cape arid India papers, from which we extract the following : INTERESTING AND IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE EAST. Extract from the Journal of the Aurora, Captain Owen, which reached Table Bay onthe 3rd March under jury-masts, having lost her three top-masts and jib-booms, with sundry damage to her hull and rigging, in a violent hurricane, whilst off Point Natal, on the 2Jit ult. Singapore, Dec 24, 1831.-Arrived, the Dutch barques Batavia and William, under jury masts, having been dismasted in the Tyfong of the 23rd September. These vessels bring accounts that in consequence of two of H. M. Frigates being at Macao, no goods could come from Canton, and that it was expected on the arrival of the Ad- miral, Sir Edward Owen, that hostilities would commence. Four of the last ships of the E. I. Company had sailed with only two-thirds of their tea car- goes. Dec. 26-At daylight the ship Sherbourne ar- rived from China. No silk or c...
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. ASSIGNED FEMALE SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
Every Official Notice, as published in the Government Gazt tie, is inserted Once in t/iis Journal, verbatim ; generally the in- sertion will be in Thursdays number. Maa^aaKSBaaaaBasuSBB>aBiAifk*idaa ASSIGNED FEMALK SEIIVANTS. THE Committee of Mnnngement of llie Female Kaclnrv have obseivtd, willi gteat regret, how speedily a portion of llie female convict* assigned from the «lup, on their arrival from Europe, «re returned lo Government, and icnl to the K11 ctory at Parramatta. It has füllen within their ob- servation, that,, Iii many cases, thoie persons hava hern relumed for awkwnidncss or misbehaviour winch, in free servants, would be noticed by a sculls reproof. The facility with which 1111 assigned servant may be returned lo Government lins, doubtless, fa- voured the Injurious practice of which the Committee complain.' To remedy it, in some measure, the Com- mittee are authorised, by his Excellency the Governor, lo leqiuie, in future, thal all persons receiving female servant...
INDIA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
INDIA NEWS. Arrived at Madras, the ship Argyle, P. M. Stavers, from Sydney, 15th October. Arrived at Madras, Dec. 27, the barque Camden, W. Fulclicr, from Sydney, 7th October. Died, at Madras, on the 1st of January, 1832, Lieut. Edmund Duke Wright, of His Majesty's 54th Regiment. Died, at Madras, Kenneth Alexander M'Leay, late of the 26th Madras Native Infantry.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Includinglast Thursday'slUarket(Sterling ) Priées Ale,Eng.-Hlid.Bí. o 61. P>j do. doe. Urala» Colonial-Hlid. CO a 80 do. duz. 6 a 8 Beer.Eng.-Hhd.8f.a8i.10j do. gal. Usais Colonial-11 hd. 4.'. c. 15 do. gal. 2 a 0. Biscuit,....perewt. 19 a 2y Blnnkets.Col.p. pr. 16 a JO Blue.lb. j a 00 Batter, fresh....Is0dals4d salt..np a i o Bread, Slh, loaf, ula 0.11 Candlee.Mlds.lb.l 0 a 0 0 " , Dips.... o Tia DO Cattle. Bullocksea. ti 10/ a SJISi Working do.lt 0 a 4 0 Cows,.. ."10 as 0 do.in Milk "J 10 a a lo Calves,....,, 6t* Bi Sheep,....,, 0 a 8 Pig«,. 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 n ot> Cheese.Eng.lb.is.tda Osttd Col. ,. 0 4 a 0 6 Cloth.Parramatla per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnil. Ih. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 4 a I 6 Flnx.VewZea, ton, 16/ a IB/ Flour, lOOlbs. One 2»ds Barker.I7*0ri-15«0« Longford, ..16 6 - It 0 Dixon.17 d-15 0 Girard, ....IT 0 -15 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon.17 0-13 0 Green,.16 0 -14 0 Fruit, Oranges...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WRATHF.Rnnd vaiintloiisortlieTIIERMOMRTEII, during the imst week, in Sydney, at 6 in the morning, nt non», muí at 6 »'Cluck in the evening. .Mon. 6 a. ni Cool M W Tue*. [6 a. in Fine H noon Windy NNW W Dun», fi a. in, F..«?.v ?9 W 15 noon Cloudy (!l SE Clear SO W IÎ 11001 Pine 60 W Cool 51 S W 6 r>. m. fcFlne fi p. ni. Fine 6 p. m Fine 58 S fi v. nt Fin £8 SW n p. m Fine 59 S W Mean Te.mpei-aliire.S7. Cloudy (io Culm
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Sunday last, the schooner Shamrock. From Liverpool and the Cape, last night, having left the former port the latter end of December, the brig Marianne, Captain M'Kenzie, with a cargo of merchandise. This vessel has brought to our shores a great number of passengers, (150 we hear,) chiefly consisting of pensioners; but the \ery late hour at which she arrived, prevented us from obtaining our usual report. From Launceston, same night, the schooner Elizabeth. From Port Stephens, same night, the A. A. C's. cutter LumbtQn, Captain Corlette. . DEPARTURES. For Launceston, on Sunday last, the barque Nereus, Captain James. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the steamer William the Fourth, Captain Taggart. For New Zealand, same day, the barque Lucy Ann, Captain Worth. Passenger, Mr. G. Weller. For London direct, on Tuesday last, the brig Mary, Captain Turc.in, nilli a cargo of Colonial produce. Passengers, Dr. Gallaway and Mr. Andrew Socales.
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
VOUCH XXTCXSBXTXS. Monda v.-Henry Smith, a queer customer, who got drunk, as he stated, to drown care, as his master would not allow him any fixed contingences as ho styled tea, sugar and tobacco; the Bench sent him to the mill for seven days. .Judith O'Neil, picked up all the worse for a drain, was ordered to be clapped into the stocks for three hours. Judith filed a plea of demurrer to this sentence, which was overruled, and the Charleys bore her off in triumph upon their shoulders. Eliza Gardner was charged with being picked up in the Domain, with one of the corps dramatique, who was agreeing to meet her the following evening, bis right leg was extended sccundum artem, his right band upon his left breast, and left forming an angle of forty-five degrees with the horizon, while be was bellowing forth with emphasis " In that same place thou hast appointed me, To-morrow, truly, will I meet with thee." 2 months 3 C. Samuel Philpot, for doing constant honor to lib nome, was sent to the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE. -o MR. BO DENHAM has the honour to an- nounce that he has received positive di rections from the Rev. Dr. LANG, to sell the whole of his private Property, in promotion and furtherance of the 'Australian Coi legs', and the objects connected therewith. Full Particulars will be announced in the next 'Sydney Herald' and other Papers. austhaitaw cowbge. "5 Sydney, ülst'May, 1832. SIR,&lt;-We, whose names are undersigned, re- quest you will call a General Meeting of the Shareholders of the AUSTRALIAN COL- LEGE, to consider certain matters connected with the proposed transferrence of a portion of Ground belonging to the Trustees of the Scots Church, to the Council of the said College, and with an in- tended application to Government, praying for an Act of the Legislative Council on that subject. We have the honor to be, Sir, your most obedient humble servants, DAVID RAMSAY, JOHN DUNMORE LANG, R. CAMPBELL, THOMAS BARKER, JAMES BARKER, ROBERT HOW, JAMES CHISH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J Sydney, 8*. per Quarter,-Single Numbers, 6d. > Cçuntrg, (Pottage included} 10». 6d. per Quarter. J ? TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. , For Eight Lines and under, Üs. Crf., and Id. each, . for every Zine above Eight; for each Insertion. ÍS* The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning ; and the Quarters end the 3lst March, 30th June, SOth September, and Silt December ; at which periods only can Subscribers decline. Aiwkrtiskmexts munt specify, on the face of them, the nuniber of times they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the party. No advertisement can bt withdrawn after 12 o' Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays ¡ but fresh ones will be received until ß o' Clock .of those days. All Utters must be post-paid, or they witt not be taken in. Tor Hobart Town and New Zealand. To Sail positively on the 27th Instant. THE new coppered last-sail- ing Brig ALEXAN- DER, 229 tons register, having a la...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. King's Birth Day.—Monday being the anni- versary of the nativity of our gracions Sovereign, the Public Offices and Banks were closed ; the ships in harbour were dressed in their gayest co- lours ; the Royal Standard of England was hoisted at Dawes "Jattery, and a salute of 21 guns was fired from the battery, and from the Russian armed ship-^mcriAa. At II o'clock the troops in garrison were marched to the Race Course, and having formed line, fired a feu de joie, and then gave three cheers, taking their time from the oldest commanding officer, Colonel Lindesay. After performing sundry evolutions, they were mai ched hack to barracks, and a double allowance of grog was served out to the men, in honor of the occasion. Agricultural Society.-The Agricultural So- ciety met on Monday, at Sir John Jamison's, but very little business was transacted in consequence of? only one report having come in from the country Committees which was from Bathurst, but the Com- mittee d...
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I. As the suggestions respecting an in- crease of the Road Parties were comunica ted to the public through our Paper, it gives us pleasure to state, that supported as they were by the other Colonial Jour- nals, the subject has been taken into seri- ous consideration by the Executive. Two hundred men have been taken from the Great North Road, which is rendered of minor importance since Steam Boats were introduced, and have been placed on the Bathurst road, to assist in its completion. This arrangement will give general satis- faction. One good road has been long wanted to that district, while the sea will always prove the best of all "patent high- ways" to the other. Many thousands of pounds have been expended, and an im- mense quantity of labour and personal suf- fering has been endured for no purpose, in in the present state of the Colony, in car- rying on this laborious and expensive work. So long as th...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
DIED.—At her residence in Prince-street, yesterday Catherina, widow of the late James Hampton Gar- ratt, Esq , of Market Lavington, Wiltshire. On Monday, at the General Hospital. Mr Thomas Clarkson, formerly a Merchant of this town. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Literary Extracts. FIRST AND SECOND HUSBAND. (Concluded from May 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
»itetar» (Syttactä. FIRST AND SECOND HUSBAND. (Concluded from May 24.J She uttered one convulsive cry of joy, cast herself in his arms, and buried her face in his bosom, weep- ing and sobbing. Henriette also hung upon him with all the fervour of filial love. She was so young when her father left them, that it was no wonder she was unable to recognize him now. The first rush of excited feeling a little subsided, and Christine again fixed her ardent gaze upon Bertrand, as if she would still satisfy herself she was not yielding to a delusion. " You are somewhat changed," said she, " during this cruel absence:" then bursting into a flood of uncontrollable tears, at the recollection of her suf- ferings, " Oh God !" she continued, " what have I not endured for thee, Bertrand? But I can forget it all—-all—-all ! now that you are restored to me. You shall not hear me once complain of the many solitary hours I have wasted in anguish since you left me. I will but say, I thought and mourned yo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 May 1832
COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. Commissariat Ollico Sydney, 251U May, 103«. (Convict Service.) SEVENTY THOUSAND POUNDS of FLOUH, and TWELVE HUNDRED POUMjS of TOBACCO, being required for the Public Ser- vice, Pcisons desirous of cnntnicling to cup ply the lame will tend Tenders to this Office, nn or before 1 hursduy, the list In'tnnt, at noon, endorsed " fender of I lour," or .'1 obajtco,'' as the case may be; specify. ing the rntc per llundrid Pounds of Hour, mid per Pound for l'obncco, ni «hlch lhc> will be delivered into I!i» AlajcM) a Commissariat blore«, fiee of all expense. Hie Hour to he Hie produre of clean,innnd Colonial Wheat, weighing nt ii-nsl Killy cinlit Pounds to thu Bushel, fiom which 30 per Cent, has been extracted ni brun and «ile , and to he wnirauted lo keep good and sweet for six months fiom Hie period of delivery. 1 he Tobacco to be the produce of the Colony, and In the Leaf. Samples of both Articles are to accompany the Tender». Payment will he made, nt the option ...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
DZAB.Y. - Memoranda for the present weeli. --;- j SUS riIiRli Tide. I June. __ Calendar._\ rises | tel* I morn | even. * LM_L"i ^f"»äirrf'>"r. »«*>. I 7 a I * -f'51 ' L iUJU? "5 |.T I noñirüJc: . I 7 (1 I 4M |J)J1» I ° M ~G\' W rAilmtaSirTl, ISM. I 7 OHM" 1 ,B I l¡» "7 fT^Tnetlelitlp taken.TTsT | 7 » | 4 54 | U «0 I 2 '?» B I *' I 7 Bp», »ent toTtme. ITIMp 7 | 4 ta\ 2 5i) | 3 .'12 JLIJU nr* A Kc&lt;?J- isa. 17 7 1 Tan | .> 5 |_4 ne 101 s ¡yirn T~Ut*H7 'h*3! s.j j .r« Fir»T Quarter tith day, 4 minuten pa«t~l morning.