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IMPORTS. Reports from the 30th ult., to the 6th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

IMPORTS.     Reports from the 30th ult., to the 6th instant, inclusive. JULY 30.—ARACHNE, barque, 310 tons, Pearse, master, from London, W. Tucker and Co, agents, 100 firkins butter, 1 carriage, 200 cases bottled beer, 15 cases millinery, 1 cases medicines, 1 case jewellery, 2 cases muskets, 1 case books, 4 bulls, 1 case   tunbridge ware, W. Tucker and Co. ; 1 case   pictures, Mrs. Gibson ; 1 box apparel, Bid- well, 5 cases 4 bales stationery, 1 cask ink, 2   cases cards, R. and W. Ford ; 1 case clocks, J. Conzelman ; 2 cases apparel, Griffiths, Gore and Co. ; 12 kegs soda, 30 trunks 4 bales 2 chests apparel, 1 caroteel currants, 6 barrels raisins, T. Smith and Co. ; 3 cases furniture,   W. E. Shaw ; 24 cases slops, Moses Joseph ; 1 case muslins, 1 case parasols, 1 case haber- dashery, 1 case silks, Thomson and Son ; 30 hogsheads ale, 50 hogsheads stout, 30 bales paper. Lamb and Parbury ; 1   ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

SALE BY At^flON._ To SboomaUori» Badtílers, and other» IÎ^OSS und LliCiD wdl sell by auction at their Rooms, Lower George street, THIS DAY, 8th inst mt, at Lleven o'clock precisely Twenty-four sides kip Iweniy ihuen basils Light sides black harness leather Terms at sale 1754 Xo Drapers, Vaitors, CS-unoral Keillors, anil others. F OSS and LLCU D will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, on MONDVY, 8th instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely One case Saxon embroidered lace collars One trunk superfine i loth jackets and trowscra Two cases moleskins One case dimity fringes One case hats One case cloth caps One bale Petersham coats One baie domestics One bale eloaltings One case fancy shawls With a variety of other articles too numerous to mention. Terms nt sale. 1757 On Account of Whola It may Concern. ÍjIOSb AND LLOID will sell by Auction at their Rooms, Lower George t.trcet, THIS DA\, 8th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Hie following Goods, ex Warlock, Dickson, f*"...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. EMIGRATION. (From the Caledonian Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

s«rax,xsB bxthaots. EMIGRATION. (From the Caledonian Mercury.) In a recent number we made a few re- marks on emigration, and expressed our intention of returning again to the subject, which we consider one of extreme impor- tance. We shall not now recapitulate the statements with which we commenced, but simply repeat that we think the ques- tion should be dealt with promptly, libe- rally, and, above all, honestly ; and that it should not be taken up as a substitute for redress, or in the hope of avoiding or postponing the necessity of doing justice to the people at home. It cannot be ex- pected or desired, that any system of émi- gration should prosper, if it is adopted as a device to withhold redress ; or if it is not conducted in accordance with public feeling, and supported by public confi- dence ; and it is, therefore, especially de- sirable, that all classes of people should understand somewhat of the question, so that they may be enabled on good grounds to grant or refuse thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

FOR MORETON BAY, A CONSTANT TRADER. The fine first class schooner EDWARD, John Chambers, Master. This _ vessel is daily expected, mean time goods intended for her are stored free of charge. Tbe Edward is a remarkably fine sea boat, and on her last trip made her passage in ninety hours. THOMAS AGARS, 1772 Kent-street North. For Adolaide, South Australia, direct. TUB fine fast sailing brig EMMA, Sproule, Commander, will posi -^£¡Ü'¡Sl¡£3* lively clear out on Saturday, the 13th instant, and sail on the Uth. She has room for a few more tons freight. Passengers ore requested to make early application, her berths bcine nearlv all engaged Apply to T. and M. WOOLLEY, 1788 George-street. a^EaJg^s^ J. _ EMMA, STOLEN-A Stamp : the handle made of mother-of-pearl, the seal gold, the crest a wheat-sheaf engraved on a bloedstone. Who- ever will bring the same to the Awtratian i Office shall receive Two Pounds Reward. 1820 jtoîî pasir- sïACti'JAïïsn. . r,- np"E FINE SCHOONER TPOi i^ will »au for th...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 6.—Harriett, 15, Crause, for Bris- bane Water, in ballast. Trial, 30, Young, for Newcastle, in ballast. Alfred, 12, Harpin, for Brisbane Water, with sundries. Mary Ann, 9, Farrell, for Pitt Water, with sundries. Trial, H. Robinson, for Brisbane Water, in ballast. Harriett, 43, Richards, for New- castle, in ballast. Currency Lad, 19, Steven- son, for Brisbane Water, with sundries. Fly, 20, Williams, for Brisbanc Water, in ballast. Jess, 77, Bennett, for the McLeay and Nan-   Luekra, in ballast. Lucy Ann, 35, Perry, for the McLeay, with sundries.   The Jupiter has taken on board upward of 600 bales of wool, and is expected to sail for London on or about the 20th instant. The following is the intended time of sail-   ing of the vessels mentioned :—Catherine, for Port Nicholson, to-morrow ; Jane Gondie, for Port Nicholson, with a full cargo of cattle and sheep, on Saturday next ; Julia, for the Bay of Islands, Auckland, an...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1842. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.'" IMPORTANT FROM INDIA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

Vfte *i>ïmrj> ¿ttormng; ftrt'flHr. -'-? - MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1842. ' Sutorn io no Master, of no Sect am /.'" IMPORTANT PROM TN1MA *....V»1¿111 I A JLl\.7 .H JUIVl.'l, Wh received yesterday files of Calcutta, Singapore, mid Penang newspapers, from which we gather news from India to the Dth May. General Salk and the garrison at Jel- lalabad had obtained a decisive victory over AkiiuvrKiian and siv thousand Aughans, on the spot which witnessed the treacher- ous destruction of so many British troops. It appears that General Sti.E, havîug re- ceived intelligence that Maiiomjcd Akii liAR Khan was sending reinforcements in aid of the defence of the Khyber Pass, de- termined upon making a general attack upon the enemy's camp, the result of which is the complete defeat of a force of about six thousand men by less than a third of that number on our side. This action ended in the capture of four of our own guns and two standards from the enemy, whose loss is estimated nt five hundred ; bu...

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 30th ult. to the 6th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 30th ult. to the 6th instant, inclusive.   July 30,—GROTIUS, 299 tons, Mugford, master, for Boston ; 20 bales sheep skins, 306 bales wool, 90 casks black oil, 60 hides, 6 casks whale oil, 1 cask sperm oil. Imported per same vessel : 244 bales wool, 2540 hides, 10,000 pelts, 211 casks sperm oil, shipped at Sydney. July 31,—BERMONDSEY, 507 tons, Stokes, muster, for South Sea Fishery, whaling stores. August 1.—DEBORAH, 121 tons, Wing, master, for Launceston ; 86 chests 28 half- chests tea, 1 case books, 3 cases brandy, 10 bales bags, 1 case cottons. August 2.—AMELIE RAYMONDE, 109 tons, Laroze, master, for Bourbon ; 38 hogs- heads claret, 366 bags flour, 22 hogsheads 46 quarter-casks wine, 5000 feet timber, 3 cases cigars, 1 case hats. August 2.—GULNARE, 184 tons, Steven- son, master, for Guam, in ballast. August 3. —GEORGIANA, 145 tons, Richardson, master, for Batavia ; 35 tons sandal wood, 25 casks beer. August 3 —SOCRATES, 152 tons, ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 6.—Friendship, 15, Stewart, from     Wollongong, with 4 tons potatoes, 5000 feet timber, Trial, 14, Robertson, from Brisbane   Water, with shells. John and Charlotte, 93,     Collins, from Newcastle, with 120 tons coals. Alfred, 12, Harpin, from Brisbane Water, with shells. Mary Ann, 52, Williams, from Port Macquarie, with 10,000 feet timber, 50,000 shlngles, 17 casks lime, 100 bushels maize, 9 casks beef, 60 cheeses, 4 bundles leather, and 2 cases eggs. Harriett, 15, Crause, from Buibnne Water, with 30,000 shingles and 3000 feet timber. Currency Lad, 19, Steven- son. from Brisbane Water, with 3500 feet timber, and 5000 laths.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

DEPARTURES. For Moreton Bay, on Saturday last, the schooner Nancy, Captain Nutting, with sun- dries. Passengers—Messrs. Knowles, Dun-   kin, Lynch, Ewing, Watts, Mr. and Mrs. Burley, and Miss Fitzpatrick. For Port Nelson, the same day, the schoo- ner, Wave, Captain Fox, with sundries. For Singapore, the same day, the brig Gulnare, Captain Stevenson, with sundries. Passenger—Mr. Ireland. For Bourbon. same day, the French brig   Amelie Raymonde, Captain Larose, in ballast. Passengers—Monsieur Houbert and servant. For Singapore, same day, the schooner Georgiana, Captain Richardson, in ballast. For Launceston, yesterday, the barque So- crates, Captain Grant, with sundries. Pas- sengers — Messrs. Orr, Humphreys, and   Wright.   The whaler Caroline, Captain Hunter, was going down the harbour last evening at sun- down, bound for the Whale Fishery,

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1842. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

1 ootrastwußiiT ousttb. !!| VIM DAY AUGUST li, ISU. 4 IMPOUNDINGS. M Mutton Pauk.-From the Estate of Messrs. cicely and Co: One white Cow,'branded JC linear rump, AY °*f rump. One strawberry Ijptecr, illegible brand both ruin ps. One brown find white Steer, illegible brand oil" rump. Ollie brindle Heifer, white bock, piece oft off liar branded AY off rump. One yellow and Íbite cow, branded 1Z oh? rump, ii red and hite bull calf by her side iinbriinded. One indie steer, notch in off car, branded iparently ET off rump. One red steer, .anUed MM off rump. One brindle bullock runded TJ off rump, 7 off rump. One red- id white steer, branded S G off ribs. One >llow cow, star in forehead, branded GR ear rump. One white hnllock, branded G ?i both ribs, WS near rump, CU ofl rump, ne brindle and white bullock, broken horns, andeil Fo over 8 near rump. One black ¡".nd white bullock, branded near shoulder li. One red and white cow, branded H near boulder, VI H near tump. One black steer, plit...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

. WBW,B*Paoia»nBWi^r^S (From our various Corresponitdu) |§§ ILL AW Aim A. WÈ Tuts part of the county of Camden rt-á Uo that "the Piuish Roads Act" émi\ Wm amended, as urgently its, it would *J WjÈ the county of Cumbeihiml does, |*u¡¡¡¡ WÈÈ nature of the petition lately presented 1/ iga Council; in order to instile its »»'ftefc jg«!» operation, il is but a reasonable dev» fa lira tittstces will itndci-tnkc the ililli»»nf il,.uH|tBj which the Act impo-ic-s, and winch lli»rV-JgB expect thuin to nerfoun, mid tint lonotlfii best known to themselves, but uuWlilhttiljB conjecture, they, or any of them, trill mHi those plain and obvious duties, it \% b.livUffij and reasonable as regards the s'fii.ii3^^| public intçiests that the Act klionJJ Mmñ potter their removal, and tiic eledh*7l||Í others in their place. If c.xjierieuce bJ^^^ proved it necessary in Ciunbctland tluiijolll a clause should be introduced, it ¡j m¡k&¡¡h nocessaiy in_ this part of Camden, iUíImIj first clause in the ...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

- GOULBURN. Auoust 3.-The first number of the .fy''"'/»! Morning Herald arrived thu evening, ai|í|¡¡ in justice to the spirited proprietors, ive wlfË gratúlate them on the work of their hawk m and hope their unremitting exertions ¡ticm?H tributing to the increase of luxury, tain-B! tuitously bestowed, will eventually turn ti Sj their own interest. ~&s 'For the past week the weather has offJj|| much improved, mid bul for the shtmi MIS during the evenings, vegetation would iiiitiH| rapid progress. Feed is in nbiindnnccforiaJB kinds of stock, and as prices arc looking. u,iHg we hope soon to be on the ascendant again. i|| There wns nu inquest hold at Pomeroy oils! the 30th tilt., on the body of Martin HasseHrag n ticket-of-leavc holder, in the employ <{ «1 Messrs. Moore and Gwynne, he was ''«"'''jil on the night of the 13th June, on which te pi hohad gone to Goulburn, ¡is w»' sunnavl. ^f to get sonio monov, vvliieli ho, thought W ;J boen left there for him. On bli ret...

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WATER POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

WATER POLICE OFFICE. Saturday. Three seamen, named Johnson, Tucker, and Rifles, were brought before the Bench, charged with being ashore after nine o'clock at night, without having a pass from the officer of the ship, and were severally fined six shillings. James fielding and Charles Foster, seamen belonging to the cutter Northumberland, were placed at the bar, charged with stealing £5 from a shipmate, named Jean Blair (a French- man). Blair stated, that he had gone on board the brig, Charlotte, to look after her for a few hours, as the shipkeeper was going on shore. On leaving the Northumberland,   he had deposited four one pound notes and   eight half-crowns in his bunk in the forecastle, under the bedding ; the prisoners were both in the forecastle when he left ; but upon his return he found only the prisoner Foster,— Fielding having gone ashore a few minutes before. Upon going below, he found that the money had been stolen, and immediately taxed Foster ...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. Saturday. Before their Honors the three Judges in banco. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL V. LAMBTON. Mr. Windeyer appeared to shew cause against a rule nisi obtained some time ago calling upon Mr. Lambton, solicitor, to show   cause why he should not be struck off the Rolls of the Court for improper conduct. The grounds of the motion on which the rule nisi was granted, were, first an accusation against Mr. Lambton, that he being the attorney for the man Childs, convicted at the last Criminal Sessions, of assault on one Maria Sweeney, did attempt to induce the said Maria Sweeney to withhold her evi- dence ; and,secondly, a letter which had been written by Mr. Lambton to the Chief Constable of Sydney, the substance of which was that he, Mr. Lambton, had heard that a man named Kerr was in custody for shooting a man, and had not as yet, at the time of writing the letter, procured any pro- fessionable adviser, that he, Kerr, had plenty | of money to pay...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS. From Port Phillip, yesterday, having left   the 1st instant, the schooner Thomas Lord, 70 tons, Captain Jones, with sundries. Pas- sengers— Dr Hall, Mrs. Murphy and child, Messrs. Manifold, Kirk, O'Neill, and four in   the steerage. From Port Phillip, tthe same day, having   left the 3rd instant, the brig Lord Saumarez,     201 tons, Captain McLean, with sundries.     Passengers—Miss McLeod, Miss Mathews,   Mr. McLeod, Mr. Annand, and Lieutenant     Hollingworth, 80th Regiment ; 7 interme- diate ; steerage, 12 prisoners, 1 constable, 4 privates, and 2 Sergeants of 80th Regiment.   From Adelaide, yesterday, having left the 27th ultimo, the brigantine Sanspareille, 165 ton«, Captain Brodie, with part of her original cargo. From Scotland. Passengers—Mr. and   Mrs. Scott,...

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NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

NEWS FROM CHINA. The news from China, received yesterday confirms the report which had previously reached Sydney, that a large body of Chinese troops in the neighbourhood of Ningpo had been routed by the British forces. The loss of the English was about twenty men, of the Chinese upwards of one thousand. Preparations were being made for the march to Pekin which would take place in June. The news of the disasters in Afghanistan had reached China, and the report among the natives was that the English wished to punish the Affghans for refusing to proceed to China   to assist the British, and that the Aff- ghans had marched to London, and killed QUEEN VICTORIA. The reinforcements had not arrived at Hongkong, but they had been heard of at Singapore, and were consequently daily expected.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

l-l . ' -? ... dombstxo iMXux.téiamnam. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Satuhmt, Before the Chief Cosimissiokp», 4 FBOOF OF CLAIMS, In the estate of James B-ittley, second meeting : Willis, Sandeman and Co., ¿112 9s. 7d. In the estate of John Burt : the trustees of Dodds, Blackett and Aird, £140 Os. Sd. The following plans of distribution have been confirmed; <". . In the estate of Jol n Frólsham Amount of claims proved ..'.,.. £272 12 4 Amount realised.v... £i]8 4 1 Espemcs, including £14 rent.. 80 12 2 To the credit of the estate. £87 11 11 Being a dividend of Gi. 5d. in the pound on all claims proved. R. T. Platt, Trustee. In the estn'e of William Bell Amount of claims proved...;..£2,111 14 4 Amount realised. £8 0 (J Expenses. 4 12 10 The balance. £3 7 g This was paid on 11 claim of £44 12s. lOd. for rent. There are no further assets. G. C. Stewaiit, Trustes. In the estate of Alexander Ellison Dare Amount of claims proved.£3,159 8 10 Amount realised.£2,0JO 8 0 For services sin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

STEAMERS TO THE HUNTER RIVER. THE Public are respect- fully informed, that, as during the present season it is found there is not sufficient employment for three Vessels in the above   trade, two only will for a time, or until further notice, continue their trips as follows:-   From Sydney - every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday Evening, at ten o'clock. From Morpeth - every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday Morning, at eight o'clock. A boat will proceed up the William's River every alternate Monday, or oftener, if   inducement offers. FRANCIS CLARKE. Manager.   Hunter's River Steam Navigation Company's Wharf.     Steam to Moreton Bay. THE Powerful Iron Steam Packet     SHAMROCK   will leave Sydney for Brisbane Town, on Tuesday, the 16th instant, at   three o'clock p.m., where she will remain for three days after arrival there, return to S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 August 1842

MARRIED. On the 14th July, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Mr. Alexander Borthwick Murray, of Ade- laide, South Australia, to Charlotte Murthwaite,     eldest daughter of the late Alexander Scott, Esq., of Glenturret, Invernesshire, Scotland.

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842

GENEllVI. REMAllKS. I Mondvv 1st -Modélate south we^teilj wind in the morning cnmtih b owing o»ei ft oin south east, aftci nine fieshened and tow aids noon vecicd south cast by south und i vi sky denied Le tween ei¡,bt and nine back to south »wst, niodeiate through the night 2nd-Moderate wind all daj, southing a little dilling middaj tow aid sunset vei j cold and sltatp, and lluoiinh the night Ovcicast v m with cumuli, which disneised i vi, mid left atinosphcic blight and clem before sun et 3an-keen west wind in the morning and cloudless sky, Afternoon ft csb hi ceres ft om noith east veeiing noith noith east to north at sunset, and rising afteiwaid blew bald till uftei midnight, cloudy at and after sunset to vvcstwaid 4rn-Light mild wind noith, 3ky ovcicast till about ten o clock then freshened and blew veiy fresh fioni noith until tom i m , dink gloomy skj m noith to north ea t all morning after tin ee cleared in noitb o ist, and gntheied daik and threatening in noith west to sout...

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