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ENGLISH [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
A CONTRAST.-I had pointed out to roe the country General Burgoyne had passed through, and the cul desnc in ?which he was caught. Thc innkeeper at Troy had given mc an anecdote . characteristic of thc fierce times in which thc battle was' fought, and how high savage animosities then were ; all of which are now happily smouldering away. He told me that General Frazer, who was second to General Burgoyne, showed so much spirit, dai,h, and tnlqnt.that Benedict Arnoldgavc special orders to his riflemen to single him ont and shoot him like a dog. How different this from thc noble conduct of one of our present entertainers", In the last American war, Sir John Harvey was opposed to Winfield Scott. Sir John's noble bearing and gallant disregard of dan- ger attracted the notice of his adversary; and General Scott gave ordeis to his riflemen not to draw a trigger against so fine a fellow. Is not the contrast complete!-Maxwell'* run through thc United-Stales. GUERNSEY.-Although the isle of Guern...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
OUTWARDS. October 15.-Hyndei, 30, Binneand, for Kininn, with sundries; Dolphin, IG, Nichol- son, tor Port Aiken, in ballast; Ruth, 12, Mil tor, for thc Hawkesbury, with sundiirs : Lanar, 165, Jones, fur Newcastle, iti ballast ; Union, 32, Thom, for Shoalhaven, with sun- dries ; Bard's Legacy, 33, Benton, for Wol- longong, with suudries; John Pirie, 106, Duke, for Moreton Bay, with sundries: llano?r, 12, Lavcrick, for Fort Aiken and Brisbane Water, in ballast; Friendship, Stew- art, for Broulee, with sundries; anti Currency Lan, 16, Noon, for Brisbane Water, with Tmving sailed before the Margaret, brings n ; Arkwright had _ Valparaiso, and sailed again for England. The Ann Milne was Inking in a cargo of salt- petre along the const, for the hoi
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PORT PHILLIP. SALE OF SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
OOVEBNMf.NT CkÀZSTTB. TORT PHILLIP. . S,U.I:OF Sujiuujj.'.Kj UütUNj AUt> TOWN AL ... fcOTMENTS;- ? . . . ÇotONlAt, Secretary's Ollicc; Sj'diicjt'j Otb Septëniucl'i 1811 Iiis Excellency tho Go- vernor directs it lo be notified, that nt Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, tho 7th December and followingdnys, thc undermentioned Suburban, Urban, and Town Allotment^ will be put up lo Anelloh, ii» some Convenient pince in thc Town of Mclboilrnej Fdtt Phillip, tfunlter information respecting these Lands may bc obtained from tho Surveyor-General, in Sydney, and thu Ofiiccr in charge ol' thc Survey Department, at Port Phillip ; and respecting Ibo conditions of Sale, from the Colonial Trcasuicr, in Sydney, and the Sub Treasurer, nt Melbourne. SUIIUllllAN ALLOTMENTS. flouiiKE.-1. 5t acres, parish of Doutta Gulla, allotment No. 30. 2. 4S acres, same (rince, No. 31. 3. 40 acres, same place, No. 32. 4,; 52 acres, same piuco, No. 33. 5. 64 acres, samó place, No. 34. o'. 52 acres, annie place, No. 35. 7...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
", SPIRITS. AND TOBACCO. Sfnck on linnd Silt ihstatit;-fl: P; Vilm, | M0,2!)3 gallons j W-rtiltlyi 2i!li34S ftnllono j Bin .¡it. nMgalldnbiölhöi'spirits, (17,81.3 gallons; »lt mu! Cavcnrlisli tobacco, 009,202 pounds; Brazil dilto, 64,824 pounds; leaf ditto, 33,08!) pounds; cigars; 81,073 pounds ; snuff, 12,575 pounds. Received during thc week.-Nil. Delivered for Home Consumption.-B. P. rilm, 852 gallons ( brandy) 017 gallons ; gin, 3,20 gallons ; otllct¡spirits," 24 gallons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 4,710 pounds; Hrazil ditto, nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, OOO pounds ; suit fl', nil. Delivered fov Exportation.-B. P. rum, 2,2S0 gadens; brandy, 0,160 gallons) gin, 500 gallons j other spirits, 720 gallons ; tig and Cavendish tobacco, !);224 poititds j Bl'avíll diltb; hil i ICilf 'ditto, nil I cigars, nil ; snuff, l'h pounds. Stock on hand 15lh instant.-ll. P. rum, 113,157 gallons; brandy, ¿11,271 gallons; gin, 57,103 gallons ; oilier spirits, 07,005 gal lons ; % and Cavendish toba...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 8th to the 15th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
F.YPniîTS Vessels cleared out from the 6th to the \5lh iiisium inclusive. October 8.-»RI G HT PLANET, 186 tons, Morrison, master, for New Zealand ; 300 bags sugar, 450 bags Hom*, 48 kegs buller,'.St hogs- heads porter, 2 cases cigars, 8 puncheons ruin, 172 cedar boards, 240 sheep, 0 horses, 150 hams. October ll.-TRYP II EN A, 131 tons, Hoare, master, for Auckland; New Zealand; 8 crates earthenware, 02 bar» 2 bundles iron, 2 anvils, (i copper plates, 2 tons bread, 2 cases slops, 0 coils ropes, 10 bolts canvas, 3 bundles twine, 2 boxes candles, 2 bundles oakum, 6 barrels pitch, 18 tierces nnd IO barrels pork, 5 tierces beef, 5 hogshends porter, 1 barrel and 3 kegs lard, 8 bags salt, 10 tons flour, 4 bolls copper, lu packages hardware, 24 weights, 40 tons coals, 2 cases stationery, 8 kegs nails, 12 head cattle, (JO kegs gunpowder, 100 sheep, I bundle leather. tiOctober 12. - MUSTOI.IAN, 10O tons, , Thomas, master, for New Zealand ; 02 boxes soap, 2 casks and 210 bags sugar, 20 chests 5...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
VAN DIÊMEN'S LAND. j j BY a Hobart Tomi paper of October 4th( we perceive that OD September 26th Mr. FENTON presented apetitton to the Legis- lative Council of Yan Diemen's Land, prnying that the Council would, pass a law restraining the rate of interest. An in- teresting discussion took place, which ended in the postponement of any motion an thc subject until after the recess, when it is to be again brought forward. Cr. MILLIGAN had been appoiuted su- perintendent of thc probation department, and a notice was issued that well-behaved convicts would be assigned under certain regulations, one of which is thnt eAch con- vict is to receive £9 a year from Iiis as- signee, out of which he is to provide him- self with clothes. Wheat was quoted at seven shillings a bushel on thc 'Ith instant.
SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 8th to the 15th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
BIDW»Y OXXVBBAI. TRABE S.I8T. SATORDAT, OCTOBRR 15, 1812. IMPORTS. rls from the 6th to the I5lh instant elusive. OcTOBKH 8.-LOU IS A, brig, 181 tons, Tucker, master, from M un il a, A. and S. Lyons, agents ; 2809 bags sugar, weighing 175 tons, 200 bags codec, Order. October 8.-EMMA, brig, 121 tons, Sproul, master, from Hobart Town and Adelaide, T. nml M. Woolley, agents; 130 bngs'salt, 17 boxes candles, 13 cases mustard, 8 kegs butter, 7 puncheons peas, 2 boxes candles, AV. Beames; G casks mustaid, 437 iron pots, H. How and Co, j ll rolls lend, 4 tubs butter, T. and M. Woolley ; 2 hogsheads mm, 4 hogsheads (leneva, 1 puncheon rum, 7 cases cigars, Boyd and Co.; 14 bags pepper, Betts and Panton, S hogshends molasses, 1 bale twine, 1 case cigars, 1 bale shirts, 8 hogshends Geneva, 17 kegs butter, 2 chests apparel, 1 pump, J. C. Dent; 5 cases shoes, 1 bundle British goods, 1 keg 2 barrels salt, 1 table top, 3 chests 2 cases apparel, 1 package chairs, ? 1 saw, Worthington ; 4 barrels che...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; ARRIVALS.. From Adelaide, South Australia, on Saturdayay last, having left the 5th instant, the brig Dorset, 81 tons, Captain Walsh, with a gene ral cargo. Passengers -Mrs. Walsh, Mons. Dubois, Miss Steele, Mr. Waterhouse, and Mr. Cunningham. . From Manilla, yesterday, having left the 11th July, the brig Salus, 170 tons, Captain Wilkinson, with sugar. From St. Antonio, South America, the same day, having left the 23rd July, the barque Mathesis, 325 tons, Captain Gordon, with wheat. From Hobart Town, via Port Arthur, same day, having left the former the 6th, and thc latter the 10th instant, H. M.S. Fly, 18 guns, F. P. Blackwood, Esq., commander.
THE CHURCH. "I know thy works! that then art neither cold nor hot: I would that then were cold or hot.—Rev. [?] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
THE CHURCH. »I know Uiv «niksl Itiaí Ilion art nufihct told not liol: 1 would'tint tho« were colli or lloti-Ubvi lil, \S. To th Kdiforn rf the Sydney Monhitj ItcraM. GsKTi.KMF.N,-If any ¿nc could dopbt thc la^ mcnlnble absence of nil proper feelltiff to- wards thc Church in this colony', I think tho occurrence which took pince a abort limo ago, would be a «Ufllcicnt proof of it--I alindo to lite Sale of Mr. 'fownshcad's land) hy Mr. Blackman, in satisfaction of a moft fcagc.on thc 12th of AitgUst. If you will re- ferió the advonheinctit of that sale, in ybilr Cólitilllt») y'ött Will lind thefd wtíro'écVtífttEtíli lilli Or portions of latid advertised for sale : uni that out of those seventeen lots, three were withdrawn prior to tho sale, because 'tlicy had, previously to tho mortgage) ^ceii sola to private individual?) wb.ll hidjiilid for thom in full ; and wild) il might reasonably bo expected iVtJti.lti not have quietly submit- ted tv "0 ruined. Uut lot No. 2, was tho pro- perty «...
EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
JSXAMtrUtioKS. ¡ In the insolvency pf John Neilson! ' Tito ftiliiAviiig additional evidence wiis gt Voir liv lilis insolvent on Wednesday, tho 3lst ult., in reference to a paper marked S,ircferred to in his examination' on- the 2rth nit, find tc juried ia this journal on Wednesday, thc 7th institut. ... On or about live 4th of November, 184-0, I - tourne irregular in my obligations, and on liiat account Mr. Potts was unwilling to nid mc j lint about the middle of November I diked Mr. Potts to endorse me a notcfor £200, ,., vliich lie refused to do, mid on my telling . Mr. Suiting, be said he would like to seo Mr. Potts, andas I understood from Mr. Potts lliat lie bad seen Mr, Sidling, he then en- dorsed the note, Mr Salting having stated that I would be right ; I never mentioned to any one that I had mnde an assignment of my property, being desired hy Mr. Suiting tn say to ; lind upon Mr. Potts asking if 1 jjave arty security to any one, I said-no. Mr. Salting mid 1 should not menti...
SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
SUPREME COURT.-Criminal Side. Before Mr Justice Stephen and a common Judy. robbed Mrs. Helen Bossley, of Liverpool, on the 28th day of August last, they being then armed. M'Encroe having pleaded guilty, was ordered to stand aside, till the others were tried Tbe Solicitor-General, who conducted the prosecution, then called a number of witnesses, including the prosecutrix, from whose con- joined testimony It appeared that on the fore- noon of the day laid in the indictment, (Sun day, the 2 August last, three men, with crepe on their faces entered the grounds in the im- mediate vicinity of Edensor Park House, then occupied by Mrs. Bossley, when one of her female servants, named Morris, seeing them, became afraid, and was about to retire to the house, when they asked her which was the the road for some place which she had never before heard of in that quarter; she told the enquirer that she did not know where the place was, and instantly made for the house, to which they pursued her, an...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—EQUITY SIDE. FRIDAY. BEFORE Sir JAMES DOWLING, Knight, Chief Justice. WY[?] AND OTHERS v. [?]LACK AND OTHERS—On appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
i.a.w nrxuuanci. SUPREME COUIIT.-EOUITÏ SIDE. FRIDAY. BEFORE Sir JAHCI DOWLING, Knight, Chief appeal. His HOKOR delivered thc followins jUuV. meat of the Tull Court in this r^uic. This WHS un appeal from a decree .... , nounccd by the Cnlef Justice on thc 30th September, dismissing the plaintif!'* bill with liberate consideration. »"> of opinion, that thc cause below wo* .(gally decided. li is unnecessary now, to fro into any . nute recapitulation of thc circumstances, or of lho various arguments urged on both ¡ides. Die bill had a double aspect ; first, for n specific performance of an agreement, alleged to have been entered into, between a volun tary committee of J. T. Wilson's creditors, and thc trustees of Abraham Polack, on his behalf, and with his authority, for thc sole to "the Steam Navigation Company," of tim steamboat Tamar, free and discharged from thc incumbrance of a mortgage held by A. l'olack thereat! ; and, secondly, for tho re- demption of thc mortgage, in paymen...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
DEPARTURES. For Launceston, on Saturday last, the schooner Lowestoft, Captain Irving, with sundries. . For Guam, the same day, the brig Brothers, Captain M'Kenzie, in ballast. Passenger- &nbsp; Mr. A. Ross. For the South Sea Fishery, the same day, the American whaling barque, Wintlowe, Captain Peare, with whaling gear, &c.. For Launceston, on Saturday last, the schooner Tamar, Captain Bell, with a general cargo. Passengers- Mrs. Bell, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Raven. For Launceston, the same day, the brig William,Captain Thom, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mrs. Dodery, Miss Turner, and Miss Burnett, steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Peck and three children, Miss Spench, and Mrs. Roberts and child. For Newcastle, yesterday, the brig Lunar, Captain Jones, in ballast.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
amiidlBK MMIM«1«* im« Weiktlni . :ftN, SOME very rapirior Building Allotment» to be »old on long credit, or in exchange for labour, or building materials.-For par ticulara, apply to Mr. John Fred. Hilly, Archi- tect and Surveyor, (at Norrie'») King-street, -, 8jfdney. . rOBMU. TO BE SOLD by Private Contract, about three hundred head of Cattle, and two I ¿ thousand and twenty Sheep, in the Wellington - - district, of the following description, namely ' SHEEP. , 450 Maiden Ewes 436 Three and four yean old 350 Four and five ditto 514 Twelve moath» old, mixed »exe» 250 Wethers, two years old '&lt;?.':'Total 8,020, more or len. . The above Sheep are warranted sound and . clean/ are of superior breed, and have never . been diseased. CATTLE. Bullocks 40 Three year« and upwards Cowa 110 Heifers 70 , Steers 80 300 Head, more or less. V ' All Calves under six months old given in. 'With the above Btoek will ba Uan»ferred wei known stations on the Macquarie River, di«tano&lt; ab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
? ? ---u-? ? . ! ïor tba Paterson Riven I i-rr- MPHE CUrTEU WILLIAM. ./Cifâffl^iv A 30 tons burthen, under en "liiXmW^ gagetnent to sail on Wednesday, .d-flsnSïS*tnc instant, has room for five tons of iOJds. For par'kuUrt, apply to ' JOHN GIBLETT, 9\ I'itt-strcet, or to I CHAULES PËKU.Y, Esq.,Thom's Wharf. ! 5118 1 For Corner Xnlot and ¡Tort Albert, A JTir HPUE NBW SCHOONER. &i$Ë®\ EUX A ANN ^l AMîv w''l *»>l from the Queen's Wharf, Î^P^Î»? for the above ports, on Wcdnctday, the 19lh instant, (aVn.g passengers for llroulee and Twofold Uiy. For freight or passage apply to the muster, cn board; or ti F, M. GAUNSON. Odo1)« 15. 5112 Vor »ott Vhimp und Adúlatelo, South Australia, x HpHE well-known faut sailing . JL ORIG DORSET ÇÊ^MW '* îoiWthg ftfr the above place» ?..^?-^.ías-und wi'J positively sail on Sundny the ?3rJ instan*. For freight or.passage apply to thc captain, on board, or. to Messrs. V. and E. Solomon, Liverpool Wharf, near the Queen's Wharf. 8ydiicy, 17th Octobe...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
ABSTRACT-. OF, SALES BY AUCTION. Weinten far the information of, thc Public . en-Abstract- of all the Public Sala which take place -.;,.',,.-,,:>. » TT.IIO TWV " ?" ' \ Fosa AND LLOYD.-At ' their Rooms,1 at ll. ?"o'clock,*-- Haberdashery,-.' Clothing, Slops, DOwlass,'Sheeting,-- Drills; Diaper,' Duck,. ? Irish'Dotier, Hemp, &c.-: ' . i MootiE AND HEYDOUI-At their Rooms, 'this niorningj Furniture; at 7 o'clock,'r.jr., Earthenware. ' . -MIL-ISAAC SIMMONS.-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock,'Houses aiid Land in the Town of. Parramatta, a cultivation Allotment in'tito: Township of Scone, and Gcnerul Merchan- dise. ' . Mit. STODIIS.-Athis Mart, at 12 o'clock, Cíty¡ Properly, viz :?: Duke's Wharf mid Stores, . "Manning's Stores and Houses in Quecn's place, and City Property atPyrmont Cove ; also; thc Bowthoriic Estate, ncur Maitland, thc Monaville Estate, Port Phillip; Sheep and Cattle, with Station, on thc Yass River, .y.-2Sß!hcad" of:Cnttlo ^on the Gwyder,' four Bullocks, Dray, Cows...
The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1842. "Sworn to no Matter, of no Sect am I." SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 18«. "Sicorn to no Matter, of no Sett am 1," SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE papers to the 4th instant came to hand on Saturday by the Dorset, from which we learn that there iras no change in tho state of trade, every thing being in 03 depressed a state as it hos been at any time within thc last two years. The op. position to Governor GKEY was exceedingly violent; but there is so much personal ran- cour and gross abuse in the Register, the paper which is the chief opponent of Cap- tain GREY, that it is difficult to form an opinion of thc merits of thc charges which are made against the Government. The Municipal Corporation docs not appear to be in very good odour with thc public, nnd vigorous efforts were being made to secure a return of more efficient Councillors ' at the approaching election. There are upwards of three columns of objections to the citizen list published by the MAYOR. We mentioned, when the last news from. Adelaide arrived, that the Corpora- tion had ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
I . -d oap- * XliRMs OF SUBSCRIPTION. ~ ¡Lbw, Fifteen Shillings per K*S//l\soo%f»/c. Numbers, Sixpence. Country, Seventeen Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter ' Ten per cent. ducountfor pi-r,'.n^ pott,-o«cc, andlr.n per cent, added if ucconnls. ire allowed to rim over six months I -,v ...-:-e- _ Litlandand Wollom ; MR. D. LVSi-i: MNE, Camnt-Jlf L^YK J~ v'rES- 300 ^»ri//, *\t« ñ (except at the Oßcc ^f j^Mwaltott, Lower George-street, Sydney) are Mn. JOHN HARRIS, Collector, Sydney; Mn. JOSEPH HUNT, Balmain; Mu. JOHN LISCOMBE, Bathurst; Mn. LABAN WHITE, Windsor; Mit. Huon TAYLOR, Parramatta Mu. A. W. LAHYMORI., . .. ; Lwei¡,uül; Mn. linster for London Ml br W« oX"v fnr 'AK 7«/°N'' ¡nS?¡'9Á - -W1?' Cabinetmaker, Go«/¿«r;l; MR. JOHN M'KINLAY, Postmaster, Cassilis; MR. JOHN GRAY, Queanbeyan; MR. AUTHUR BROW:;, Deputy Postmuster, Singleton and Jerry's Plaim ; MR. WILLIAM PRITCHARD, Deputy Postmaster, _____ i--. ' M cnaé bîHrgngl-i S'ciii_- Ï, ij! 1 ' °ri Atc/iotson amt Cook s Shads, N\.^ .....
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
CLEARANCES. For Moreton Bay, Iiis schooner John Pirie, Captain DuVo, with a central cargo. Piw .engcr*-Mr. Coley; sucrose, Miss Morell, M euri. Henri! mure, Hartilc, Amos, Samson, Cronim, Croker, Richardson, James und John Wood. For Guam, til» brig Dowton, Captain I>ricc, in ballast. P««-Mr.-J. irailh, auA ? J,por"Gu«m, thc schooner Thomat Crisp, Captain Metcalf, willi 140 tons coals, and a general assortment of merchandise.