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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
EXPORTS. Beef, per tierce . ...1..4.. ? 4 04 . 4 18$ : Soap per lb. ............·... .0 0 .3 -0 0 4 CDedar, per foot.,. ......... .....0; 6 0 J: ;. 0o 0 Treenails, per' thousand ." ... ..' 1 5 05 .. 2 0 0 Hides, salted, per lb.' ......... O 0 2 ... 0 0 2? Oil-Spprmrn-whale, per tun. ..:52. 05 : 0':. ".. 5; 0 0 Black. ,, . .,, . ... 11 0 .0 .'14 0: 0 Flax--N. Zealand, rough, per ton . 11 0 0 . .- t ine -.. 15, 0 0 0 ....f
Domestic Intelligence. RECENT SALES OF CROWN LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
ea*Do in tt( nite~ie~ nce. RECENT SALES OF CROWN LAND. AT: the Sale of Crown land, which took place by public auction, at the Market-place, Sydriey, on Wednesday the 11th instant, 34,639 acres, .-3 roods, and 20 perches, of waste land, situated in various parts of the colony, were sold by the Col lector of Internal Revenue, at prices varying *from five shillings, the minimum price, to £ 33. per acre. The sum realized by the Government ,for the whole of the land thus disposed of, amounted to £10618 - 4. On the day following various Town allotments in Sydney, Bathurst, Double Bay, Berrima, Clarence, Newcastle, M]iaitland, Appin, Muscle Brook, and Paramatta, were in like manner disposed of at various prices, and,; realized the sum of £1891 - 5 - 7, altoge ther. These sums, added to the amount received for crown land sold by public auction on the 9th of -January last, viz :-£3913 - 19 - 5, make a total of £16,423 - 5 - 4, received for crown land since the commencement of the present yea...
IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
IMIPORTLD GOODS WINES- in ood . d8 . £ :.s. 4. Sherry, per pipe. 30 0 00 a -45_. 0 adera, ............300: .. 45 0 0 Teuerif ... .. ......... 20 0 0 '. 25 0 0 Port, , ....: .35 00..50 0 0 Cape, ,........... 11 0 ..12 0 In bottle Sheriy, per doz. .... .. '.10 2 2 0 Port, 1 0 .... "'?. % 10 0 ..: 2 2 0 Madeira, , ......... 1 5 :' ... 1135. 0 Claret,.. ..... .........0 10_., .. 110 0 Chaniaine ,, .......... ...: 2 :0 o .. 3 10 O0 PpRTER -'Ilylor's per hhdu...l .. 5d'06 .. 06 10 0 Other Brewers' 4 10° 0 . 5 -.5 0 'Bottled, per doz. ... ...... -O 10 .I 0 '.. 0 12 0 A~r, per Id 6 : . 0 .B 0,... ..,. 10...0. .Bobttled,- per do " 0 12 '0. 013" '0 SP'IRITS--in bond, per gallon ." ?"-' : :: - . . SRuim, proof to 20:over.proof ... , 0 .3 -0,6 .. "- 0 4 0 , Brandy............0..... . .. . , .4 ,.. 5 0 0. Gin .................... 0o.3"(0 ' Ton.tcco- egrohead, per lb. ... 0 0 0 ': 0 '8 SuoAR- -Mauritius, tine, pei ton .: 28 0 .. 30 0 0 Bown :ditto ,, .. 28 0 0 Manilla, * CoiF?aa-per b. .............
English Extracts. GOLD MINES IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
- 31 Itgi0ft .xtva~ct0. . GOLD :MINES 'IN THE UNITED STATES. T?rE accounts, lately- received from,. the United States, have dwelt much-on the improved pros pects of the gold mines in the southern part of the Union, which are asserted by some to be more productive than those in any other part of the world, Mexico and Peru not excepted. A very rapid increase is, however, borne out .by official documents as will appear by the sub joined reporfton the subject, presented in January 1834, by the Director of the'Mint to the Presi dent of the United States: The annexed statement' exhibits the. quantity of gold received from. the several districts of the United States, which have thus far produced it in quantities to be an object of regard, commencing with the year 1824. Previously to that period, gold had been re ceived at the Mint only from North Carolina, from which quarter it was first ,transmiited for coinage in 1804. During the interval, however;, from that date to. 1823, inclusive, th...
Literature and Science. REVIEW. Report of the Third Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held at Cambridge in the month of June, 1833. London, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
letterattre attB uciet'ne. . REVIEW. Rejort of the Third Meeting of the British As -:'suciation for : the Advancement, of Science, held i:t?'Cambridge in .the month .of JTune, 1833. 'London, 1834:. . PsaErArs few of our readers 'are aware, that a isort of Scientific Parliament, consisting of dele 'r gates from all parts of the British Empire,'. as. well as from several of the, Continental States, has been established in: Great Britain within the last few years. We have not ascertained 'the 'particulars circumstances that gave rise to- it; Sbntit appears to have suggested. itself to varions individuals in the M"other Country,. eminent for their scientific& attainments, that a general Associationh f the most distinguished men in all the vatrious departments of scientific investigation thl!roughout: "the British Empire,' to. hold. annual Smeetings for the general advancement of Science, would prove highly conducive, to the attainment of that gieat object. The idea has been succ...
THE ABSENT FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
THE ABSENT FATHER. " Farewell !-How void the melancholy heart Breathes those sad accents when afar we wend, From all that we have loved and love, to part, And with the world's wide chances to contend," So sung the soldier-bard-and truly sung The lay of hearts enwreathed in changeless love; Who forced asunder-parent from his young,- The pangs of long affection sore to prove. But where's the ray to cheer the hopeless heart? Anticipatioq's prospects all are void: ,And darkness shadows every scheme and art His energies, in vain to find, have tried. Shall he, who erst has gamboll'd in the ray Of brightly-beaming suns and fortune's smiles, Not once again return unto the day ? Nor fairy vision cheer him with its guiles? While retrospection presses on the mind; Nor suffers once idea's streams to flow, Adversity is sure our haunts to find, And chain the soul in anguish, grief and woe.? Yet 'midst this void, the desolated mind SIs caught by hope's small transitory ray,? That tells him those h...
CHINESE EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
CHINESE EMIGRATION. IN a country of long standing civilization like China, where life and property have enjoyed a degree of security unknown to other Asiatic na tions, and where a dense population pressing against the means of subsistence, has, in conse quence 'been generated; the causes which lead to emigration have existed for ages, and against the operations of so overwhelming a natural cause, the Imperial laws have necessarily be come a dead letter, and the Emperor preaches in v- in in favour of veneration for the manes of an cestors, when he cannot fill the bellies of the living generations. Notwithstanding this, how ever, extensive Chinese Emigration and conse quent colonization, are after all, only coeval with the first settlement of European nations in the East; and it is without doubt to the protection which the organized European Governments have directly or indirectly afforded, that the resort of the Chinese is to be principally ascribed. As the dominions, industry, and c...
Colonial Politics. FEMALE EMIGRATION. MORE WORK FOR MR. MARSHALL ! [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 February 1835
FEMALE EMIGRATION. MORE WORK FOR. MR. MARSHALL! We had commenced a series of articles on a subject of not less vital importance to the moral welfare of this colony than either &nbsp; of the two we have already discussed in &nbsp; our articles on Emigration and Education, &nbsp; when a pamphlet entitled, 'A Reply to &nbsp; the misrepresentations which have been put forth respecting Female Emigration; by &nbsp; JOHN MARSHALL, Agent to the Emigration &nbsp; Committee , was put into our hands. As the pamphlet in question, of which we shall presently give the reader some account, contains nothing that invalidates our own statements relative to the whole character And tendency of the system. of female emigration to New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land, as hitherto pursued by the London Board and their agent, Mr. MAR SHALL. We should not have deemed it &nbsp; necessary to add a single syllable to what we have already advanced on the ...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY.; Days. Hi?h Water. Sun Ae of MonN: E.VN. Rises . "Sets. M'loorz, :Thursday. 26 7 41 8 10 5 :36 06 24. 2"9 Friday.. 27 8 10 8 54 '5 37 6 23 1 'Saturday.. 21 0t.. 15 9 37 5 -38 6 22 2 Sunday .. 1 10 : 19 20 5 40 0620 3? Monday.. '2 10 25 10 48 5 41 610 4 'uesday.. 3 11 11 11 27. 5 42 ,'6 18 5 Vednesday 4 11 45 5 43 6 17 ' 6'
Religious Intelligence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, Feb. 23, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney;' Feb.23, 1835. Sire,-I' request you will do me the favour to insert ,the accompanying correspondence under the head of I1eligious Intelligence, in the next number of your pa per. It originated in a passage in the 5th chapter of the 2nd vol. of my recently published Account of this colony, in which the Rev. Mr. Marsden con ceives there has been a considerable degree of misre presentation relative to a transaction which occurred in Sydney so long ago as the year 1810, and in which himself and the Rev. Mr. Crook of the London Mlis sionary Society were concerned. Mr. Crook's letter, which forms part of the corresppndence subjoined, will prove to every candid reader, that my account of the transaction in question was as fair and candid a one as could possibly have been given. 1 shall therefore refrain from saying a single syllable on the subject, with the exception of merely observing, that .the calling in question of Mr. Crook's standing as a minis...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
DEPARTURES. Feb. 19.-Sophia Jane, Tamar, and William the. Fourth (steamers), for Newcastle. Feb. 21-Sovereign (ship), Baker, for London, with colonial- produee-passengers, Mrs. Morris, child, and servant,. Master Samuel Potter, Mr. Christopher Abel, Charlotte Abel, John Abel,; Char: lotte Abel, and Mr. Pike. Feb. 22--Adelaide" (brig). Clarke,. *ith ,colonial produce. Feb 23-Roslyn Castle (ship), Rickards,.: ,with:: Australian. produce-passengers, 'Burman ' Lauga? : Esq, Mrs. Lauga and sexvant, Captain Anley,:-MrsI Anley,. family and servant; James Forster, Esqi:: MAirs. Tocall, Drs. Wilson and Farn, R,. N., Captairt Walmsley, and Mrs. Finclh. Feb. 21--Maria (barque), for Launceston; with sundries. SFeb.- 23-Sophia Jane .+and Tampr (steamers) ?for Newcastle. Feb. 23-Bardaster. (ship), Chalmers,; for Ton-1 don, with' colonial produ'ce-passengers,, Gr. M'e' : zie, Esq: , Williams' River, foir Rosshire,; Sotlanld.:'
No. I. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
No. I. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. GENTLEMEN,-The Revd. Dr. Lang in his history of New South Wales, which he lately published, has charged me with exhibiting a spirit of ?' Episcopalian intolerance" towards Mr. William Crook, on account of his being a Dissenter, and also towards the Scots Presbyterians. Iin consequence of the above charge I addressed a letter to Mr. Crook, a copy of which I now forward to' you, and to which I have received no reply. I have' therefore to request that you will do me the fayour to publish this letter with the extract ot a paragraph froni a, pamphlet published by Dr, Lang in 1828, From these documents, laid before the Public in your paper,,every one,who reads them may form his own opinion how far the Doctor's state ments are correct. I am fully aware, from the Doc tor's sacred character and jrank in society, many may be induced to believe all that the Doctor has.pub lished'is true, and there can b'e no doubt.but' that: it was the Doctor's'inten...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
/S iping Intelligence. Fb. ARRIVALS. Feb. 19-Funchal (barque), Hanniker, from the Downs on the 4th September, with merchandizle. Feb. 19-Henry .Clay (ship), Jarvis, from the United. States, via Hobart Town, having sailed from the former place in September, and the latter, the 6th instant, with sundries.-supercargo,. Mr. C. Farrel. Feb. 19-Craigevar (brig), Jeffrey,. from New castle with wool. Feb. 20-Children (brig), Durocher, from Ho bart Town, in ballast. Feb. 20-Isabella (brig), Maughan, from.Hobart Town, with, sundries-passengers Mrs. Maughan, child, and servant. Feb., 23--Albion (barque), Evans, from' sperm fisheiy, with 230 tuns of sperm oil. Feb. 21-Guide (brig), Buckle, from .sperm fishery, with 500 barrels of oil. Feb. 22-New York Packet (barque), from New castle, with wool. Feb. 23-Clarkson (barque), Brown, from sperm fishery, with 1,000 barrels of oil:'sailed on Ist June, 1833. Feb. 24-Andromeda (brig),, from South Sea fishery, with 130 tuns of oil. "
No. II. Parramatta, 12th January, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
No. 11. Parramatta, 12th January, 1835. Sru,--The second* volume of Dr. Lang's publica tion has been put into my hands by a friend, in which I 'observe a paragraph evidently intended to apply to me, as at the period to which Dr. Lang:.alludes, there was no other person in the Colony to whom it :could refer.. Herein I am accused of " exhibiting an intolerant spirit," especially towards you-one of the Mis sionaries of the Society Islands. In reply to this accusation, I will, as correctly as, my memory en ables me; state the.circunistance to which the Doctor alludes. Soon after the Missions, to the South Sea Islands were formed, the Directors did me the honor to nomi inate me as one of the Directors and Agent for their Missions in the South Sea Islands. I was informed that shortly after your arrival at the Islands you re turned to England, where, after remaining, some time, you came to New South Wales with the view of join ing the Mission in Tahiti. The Directors never in formed me whe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
MR. JAMES LEITOX, &nbsp; BEING about to enter on the line of Business of &nbsp; General Dealing, begs to intimate, for the infor- mation of his Friends and the Public, that he will open, in a few days, his STORE in that improving part of the town, the Market Wharf, those Premises formerly occupied by Mr. Develin, at the foot of Market Street West. J. L. will constantly have on sale Slops, Groce- ries, Ironmongery, Cutlery, Brush-ware, Earthen- ware, Glass-ware, &c., &c.-articles, in fact, in general use. J. L. also begs to say that he will be happy to receive orders in the Ship-Chandlery line. Having on hand Canvass, Osnaburgh, Duck, Tar, Pitch, Rosin, Varnish, Paints, &c:; Oils, Cordage, Lines and Twines, Blocks, all sizes, &c., &c.. Also the Sail-making department will at all times be at tenided to with punctuality and despatch, and the making and getting up of Tarpaulings, Wool packs,. Bags, and every description of Canvass ...
Literature and Science. REVIEW. [SECOND NOTICE.] Report of the Third Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held at Cambridge in the month of June, 1833. London, 1834. [The following is a continuation of the Rev. Professor Whewell's address delivered at the General Meeting on Tuesday, the 25th June, 1833.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
REVI E W, [SECOND NOTICE.] Report-of the Third Meeting of the. British As sociitiot? for the Advancement of Science, held at Cambridge in the month of J.une, 1833. London, 1834. [The following is a continuation of the- Rev. Professor' Whewell's address 'delivered at: the General Meeting on Tuesday, the 2'5th June, 1833.] "THERE are various of the ,physical subjects to which your Reports refer, which it is less neces sary to notice in a general'sketch like the present. The recent discoveries in Thermo-electricity, of which Profesor Cumming has presented you with a review, 'and the investigations concernimg Radiant Heat, which have been arranged and ,stated.by Professor Powell, are subjects of great interest and promise; and' they are' gradually advancing by the accumulation of facts bound together by subordinate rules, into that condition in which we may hope to 'see them subjugated' to 'general and philosophical theories. But with regard to. this prospect, ..the: subjects I have nme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 February 1835
*. 0 etRrntt tt tl)atte. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 16th February, 1835. RETIRED OFFICERS. His Excellency the Gove nor has been pleased to command that the following •Notice, issued from the Office of the Secretary of State on the 15th August, 1834, for the use of Officers proposing to settle in the British Colonies, and having reference to the Regula tions for the Disposal of Land already in force in this Country, shall be re-published' here, for the informa tion of all Persons interested. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. (COPY.) Information for the use of Military and Naval Offi cers, proposing to settle in the'British Colonies. Colonial Office,. 15th August, 1834. 1. Annexed is a statement of the Regulations, ac cording to which, with such modifications as local circumstances may render necessary, Lands belong ing to the Crown are disposed of in the' several British Colonies in North America, as well as a statement of the Regulations in force in the'Austra...