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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

[Advertisement.] To lie Edil ors of lite Sydney Morning Herald. Oextif.men,-I beg you will be so good as to insert the subjoined letter, which was ad- dressed to nie some days ago, by the two gen fiemen, who acted as arbitrators in the matter in dispute between Mr. Potts and Neilson's Trustees. Mr. Parbury was the arbitrator appointed by the trustees, and Mr. Lord was appointed by Mr. Potts, iiy so doing you will oblige, Sirs, Your obedient servant, S. K. SALTING. Sjdney, 1Mb October, 1812. " Sydney, 4th October, 181-2. "Sir,-In investigating the case between yourself and Mr. Potts, to which we applied ourselves repeatedly aryd carefully, we were convinced, that your conduct throughout the whole of the transactions with him and with Mr. Neilson, was perfectly consistent with every sense of honor and integrity. " We are, Sir, your obedient servants, "FREDERICK PARBURY, "THOMAS LORD. " To S. K. Suiting, Esq."

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. PENRITH RACES. THURSDAY.—SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

b*o*tiho JW»«»»«*0* I PENRITH RACES. I I TnunsnAY.-Second Day. I Tun first race to-day was the Publican» Purse, of seventy-five sovereigns, for wine» there were four entrances. Mr. C. Smith's b. h. Tranby ..'.J ' Mr. C. Robert's b. f. Qua«.,.« Sir J. Jamison's h. h, Sir Charles..; .> s Mr. Bayley'» h, g. Eclipso.«"»*. Tito <tr«t heat was rather warmly conti»!«' hut was won easily by Tranby. In vho «m°"J heat Quail did not start ut tho word oil, aim was not allowed to follow. Tranby won cas»): The next race wa* for t»" Ladl,cs PT,'.m fifty sovereign», for which three horse» ^ piitarrA« _ , 1 Mr. Bayley's b.g. Eclipse .¡¡ Mi. Houston's b,g. Lottery .", Mr. C. RdllPris's b.g. Plutus..." This was a capital race, and ^'."'"/¿S easily by Eclipse, there «as a generaI leein« that Lottery would have won the WM» his jockey not have reen Wita, over» 6 The owner of Lottery offered towB¿*p or any horse in the colony, for one nunow sovereigns, within a week. , pi.iiof The {'hird Rac...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October li.-Fly, 20, Williams, for Bris- bane Water, in ballast; Perseverance, 33, Piggins, for the M'Leay, with sundries; .Harriett, 15, Crause, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Mary jinn, 52, Williams, for Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries. The brig Margaret left Manila Roads the 28rd July, but did not get out of the Bay till the 3id August, owing to a continuation of gales ; lost an anchor under Marivales, at the entrance of Manila Bay ; spoke the Carnalic, from Macao, off Baseelan, and obtained a paper of the 7th July. She also spoke the American whaler Edward Carey, off Témate. By a letter received from Captain Milman, of the barque Biscan, dated Manila, 22nd July, 1842, information has been received, that on the 2nd June, when in company with theLondon, he fell in with the whaler Clark stone, of Sydney, and went on board of her, when he learnt that she wai 41 days out, and had procured 500 barrels sper...

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ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Saturday, October 15, 1842. I Will bs peí formed WONDER, A WOMAN KEEPS A SECRET. Madame Gautrot will have the honour to appear, and ling in English the popular song 'Tis the last rose of Summer." To conclude with THE MISLETOE BOUGH; oh, YOUNG LOjVEL'S BRIDE.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

StsVW XWTMX.XOBBrOS, I SUPREME COURT-Criminal Side. Ihe sittings of the Supreme Criminal Court were resumed yesterday morning. The fol- lowing cases were disposed of before his Honor Mr. Justice Burton. CHARGE OF FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. Caspar Marks, out on bail, was called upon to answer a charge of fraudulent insolvency, preferred against him by the Attorney General. , The defendant answered to the call, and Mr. Windeyer appeared for the defence. His Honor the Judge enquired if the de- fendant had been furnished with a copy of the information, and if he now pleaded lo it. Mr. Windeyer replied that the defendant pleaded not guilty. The Jury being sworn, the information was read, and the defendant was charged with having, contrary to the provisions of the act for affording relief to insolvent debtors, &c, under which he had surrendered on the 25th June last, embezzled, concealed, retained, and removed two pieces of ' coin, known as sovereigns, value 40s., with intent to defra...

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DIARY. Memoranda to next publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

DIARY. Blatnoranda to next' publication. October. SUN, I HIGH TIDE. rises | sets. | morn | even 15 | saturday j 5 38 I 6 22 I 5 l8 | 5 42 1C"|~lUHDAY I ¿i 37 I 6 23 I 6 6 | 6 30 Full Moon, Oct. 19,16 m. past 9,. night.

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

INSOLVENCY PIIOCHIÏDINGS. I In consequence of the Chief Commissioner having to attend the Supreme Court as a wit- ness in the insolvency oases of Marks and Burt, the meetings appointed to be held yes- terday were all postponed. In the list of Insolvents who had obtained their cerlificates a few days since we inserted. T. Lawkins instead T. Sawkins, Meetings tor Tq.Day.~Iii the estates of Michael Connor, a special meeting for exa- mination, at half-past len_ o'clock ; George It. Nichols, a special meeting, for examina- tion, at twelve ; G porgo R. Nichols, a special mooting for proof of debts, at hulf-past twelve; and William Eames, an adjourned meeting, at eleven.

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THE LAW OF FORFEITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

THE LAW OF FORFEITURE. To those who are acquainted with the proceedings iii our Criminal Courts of Justice v throughout the colony, it is scarcely necessary to observe, that cattle stealing is by far the most prevailing crime. Indeed, the peculiar facilities afforded for the commission of this offence, from the very nature of the country itself, the re- moteness and extent of the cattle stations in the interior, the inaccessible gullies and mountain ranges, known only to the professed cattle stealer) or gully raiser, and the consequent probability of escaping detection, sufficiently explain the cause why the offence of cattle stealing prevails in the interior to such an extent. It is, therefore, an'offence which the interests of aociety, and the protection of property, re- quire to be suppressed by all lawful and constitutional means ; but however much the prevalence of cattle stealing is to be lamented, or however strong our de- sires to detect and punish cattle stealers may be, st...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

« aalt»»««« nvautaiwoa. j ARRIVAL. From Manila, having left the Bay the 3rd of August, the brig Margaret, 18C tons, Captain Tomkins, with sugar, &c.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. October 14.-Thistle, steamer, 127, Mul- hall, from Morpeth, with 5 tons potatoes, CO bags maize, 20 bags oats, 86 trusses hay, &c; Harriett, 15, Crnuse, from Brisbane Water, with 20,000 shingles, 3,500 feet timber, 700 palings ; Defiance, 16, Hull, from M'Donald River, with 360 bushels maize.

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

DEPARTURES.—None. CLEARANCES. For China, the barque Australasian Packet, Captain Hill, with 160 tons coals, &c. Pas- sengers—Mr. Alleyne, and Mr. Cook. For Guam, the barque Tyrian, Captain Clarkson, in ballast.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL BISHOPRICS. (From the Ecclesiastical Gazette, for May.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

SOMSMTXC X»I«X.XiXaxiMO». COLONIAL BISHOPRICS. (From the Ecclesiastical Gazette, for May.) We have much pleasure in giving publicity to the following circulars respecting 'the Bishoprics of Gibraltar and Van Dieman's Land. We, the undersigned, having been appointed by the archbishops and bishops who nave un- dertaken to arrange measures, in concert with her Majesty's Government, for the erection and endowment of additional bishoprics in the colonies, to act as a sub-committee, with an especial regard to the intended see of Gibraltar, beg leave to request your assistance and co-operation in furtherance of this most important object. When it is remembered that on the shores of the Mediterranean, and within the limits of the proposed episcopal jurisdiction, there are upwards of twenty-five British congrega- tions,-that in the cities thus situated, which are the permanent residence of many of our countrymen, and_ are frequently visited by still more of the higher and wealthier classes, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

"DERSONS sending Advertissments for insertion in this Journal, who ure not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will not be inserted. SALES BY AUCTION. Tour hundred pieos« of Dowlas, Bneet« tor. Prill, Diaper, asad Sack. F OSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, on MONDAY, the 17th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Eight bales, each containing Four pieces 25 inch cleared Dowlas Four ditto 27 ditto ditto ditto One ditto 29 ditto ditto ditto Thirteen ditto' 30 ditto ditto ditto Thres ditto 3(1 ditto Sheeting Three ditto 27 ditto white Double Duck One ditto 27 ditto creamed ditto Three ditto 27 ditto Brown Drill One ditto 27 ditto creamed ditto One ditto 24 ditto cleared Diaper . One ditto 35 ditto Brown Cheese Cloth Three ditto 27 ditto Brown Dowlas Five ditto 25 ditto White ditto One ditto 30 ditto cleared ditto. Terms at sale. 5293 To Drapers, Tailors. ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

W»«M ttV*m\Q*Ë. I MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. "War-office, May 13.-3d Regt. Drag. Gunrds-Quartermaster J. Heydon, from the 9th Light Drags, to be Quartermaster, vice J. Martin, who retiras on half-pay. 4th Light Drags.-Lieut. E. Arkwright, from the 9th Light Drags, to be Lieut, vice Kemp, who exchanges. 9th Light Drags.--Lieut. F. D. Willoughby to be Capt. by purchase, vice Cooke, who retires ; Lieut. P. Kemp, from the 4th Light Drags, to be Lieut, vi.ce Arkwrigth, who exchanges ; Cornet F. C. Tower, from the 16th Light Drag*, to be Lieut, without purchase ; Cornet W. H. Mugan, to be Lieut, by purchase, vice Willoughby; Corporal A. Allen, from the Royal Regt. ( of Horse Guards, to be Quartermas-* ter, vice Heydon, appointed to 3rd Drag. Guards. 15th Light Drags-Lieut. E. Norton, from the 5Gth Foot, to be Lieut, vice Sinclair, who exchanges. Coldstream Foot Guards-Brevet-Col. the Hon. G. R. Abercomby, from half-pay unattached, to be Capt. and Lieut-Col. vice J. D. Rawdon, w...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." CHINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

tghe agütirg morning fteralft« SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1842. -? .' Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1," CHINA NEWS. The Margaret having spoken a vessel from Macao, and obtained a Hongkong paper of July 7th, Captain Thompkins kindly furnished us with the following xtracts : Extract of a letter dated Head Quarters, 81st May, 1842 :-" We are waiting the arrival of the reinforcements to proceed to Nankin, but firBt we go to another small place at the mouth of the Yang-tze-Keang, called, I think, Moo-seun, or some sucli name ; it is a depot of theirs. The new Governor-General has, we hear, written round that the war, one way or the other, must be concluded this year, and if not by treaty, it is said a line of cqast will be taken up and held by the Queen's troops, and the expedition will break up and return to India." Queen Steamer, Koolungevo, 15th June. The Cambrian is here. The place all quiet. The Herald has gone on. Some of the native troops for the garrison arrived last night. The Sa...

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THE SYNOD OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

|m THE SYNOD OF AUSTRALIA. _ | The Synod met on the 5th instant, in St. Andrew's Scots Church, when the late Moderator, the Rev. W. M'Intyre, preached from 1 Cor. iii., 5, 7: " Who then is Paul, or who is Apollos, but ministers by whom you believed, even ns the Lord gave to every man ? I have planted, Apollos watered ; but God gave the increase. So then neither is he that planteth anything, neither he that watereth, but God thatgiveth the increase." The roll was made out, and consisted of the following members, who attended the meeting : Mr. M'Intyre Modelutor, Mr. Hamilton, ' Mr. Gilchrist, Mr. Atchison, Dr. M'Garvie, Mr. Tait, Mr. Purves, Mr. Hetherington, Mr. Ross, Mr, Bluiu, Mr. Macfie, Mr. Adam, and Dr. Fullerton, ministers, and Mr. M'Lean, J.P., Dr. Hill, and Mr. Blair, elders. On the motion of Dr. M'Garvie, which wasseQonded by the Clerk, Mr. Hamilton was unanimously chosen Moderator of the Synod for the en ? suing year, and Dr, Fullerton was requested to act as Clerk for the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, aro respectfully i nformed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : Jn Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten percent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. h the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance bein" £1 Ha. 6d. per half year ; and the 'proprietors must be furnished al the time with a written under ttking that all future payments, both fur subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all cases, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due will be institut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

&AST na.TTX.ua. THE Mail by this vessel will close on Monday evening, at six o'clock, :yi F. MITCHELL and CO. October 14. 5334 rou X.OHSOW swacf, *HE TEAK-BUILT SHIP THERKSA, W. H. Driscoll, Commander, Al, _*¡495 tons, having a Urge portion of her cargo already engaged, will be one of the first ships of the season, bas superior accom- modation for passengers, and will carry au ex- perienced surgeon. For frieght or passage ?PP)y to the commander on board, to J. T. ARMITAGE AND CO., King street, or BOYD AND CO., TJawin'i Buildings, Cus'om-housr. ros »Aowossxoir xubbut, TO SAIL IMMtDIATKLY, H E fast sailing Brig , WILLIAM, Chalmers, master. For freight or pbiaage, apply to CAMPBELL AND CO. Campbell's Wharf, 14th October, 5311 TOM KIAMA XUBBor, THE regular TRADER HYNDES, will leave for the above port on _the ISth instant. For particu- lars app'y to the master, on board, or-to J. H. DALLAS. Wharf, Sussex-street. October 14. ¿3f.6 ON MAX,*, Now lying at the Albion Wharf, WE SPLEND...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842

BIRTH.       At her residence, Prince-street North, on Saturday, 15th instant, Mrs. C. W. Evans, of a daughter.         At Pyrmont, on the 13th instant, Mrs. W. N. Monies, of a daughter. DEATH.         On Friday afternoon, Agnes Spencer, infant daughter of Mr. T. W. Campbell, aged four months.        

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. October IS.-Hose, 28, Atto, from the Pa- terson, with lund rici ; William. 21, Thomp- son, from Brisbnnc Water, with 7000 feet timber and 100 rails; William the Fourth, ?teamer, 56, Sullivan, from Brisbane Water, ir ¡th 36,000 shingles, 15,000 feet limber, and 1000 bricks; Harriett,«, Richards for New- castle, with coals: Jare, SI-, Walker, from thc Manning, with 20,000 feet cedar and 200 bushels corn; Fly, IP. Legge, from Kinma, willi4000fectcedar ; and Ranger, 12, Maverick, from Port Aiken, with 300 bushels shells.

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