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(English Extracts Continued.) COURT OF ADMIRALTY—JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

(English Extracts Continued.) COURT OF ADMIRALTY-Jan.< 20. The Andromeda.-This was a question of sal- vage, and Sir Christopher Robinson was assisted by two of the Masters of the Trinity House, the case being one of much importance. The King's Advocate and Dr. Phillimore ap- peared on behalf of the salvors, and Drs. Dodson and Adams for the owners of the vessel. The King's Advocate opened the case, and said that the evidence on both sides showed a complete contradiction as to the circumstances, but the Court would, with the assistance of the two Masters of the Trinity House, he felt sure, find no difficulty in coming 'to a decision on the facts. . The' Andro- meda, of 400 tons, Captain Parker, was on her voyage from Sydney, New South Wales, with nn assorted cargo, and which, with the vessel, was va- lued at £24,000. On proceeding up the Channel, on the 28th August last, the Andromeda struck on the Shingles off' Margate, and several small smacks caine up and tendered their...

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DAILY REPORT OF CHOLERA. Central Board of Health, Council Office, Whitehall, Feb. 4, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

DAILY REPORT OF CHOLERA. Central Board of Health, Council- Office, Whitehall, Feb. 4, 1832. Sunderland, Feb. 2.-Remaining at last report, 1 ; new cases, 0 ; died, 0 ; recovered, 0 ; remain- ing, 1 ; total cases from commencement of disease, 536 ; total deaths from commencement of disease, 202. Newcastle, Feb. 2.-Remaining at lost report, 26; new case, 1; died, 0; recovered, 10; remain- ing, 17 ; total cases from commencement of disease, 903 ; total deaths from commencement of discabe, 289. Gateshead, Feb. 2.-Remaining at last report, 9 ; new case, 1 ; died, 1 ; recovered, 1 ; remaining, 8 ; total cases from commencement of disease, 399 ; total deaths from commencement of disease, 142. North Shields, &c, Feb. 2.-Remaining at last report, 75 ; new cases, 7 ; died, 3 ; recovered, 5 ; remaining, 74 ; total cases from commencement of disease, 188 ; total deaths from commencement of disease, 47. Walker, Feb. 2.-Remaining at last report, 6 ; new case, 1 ; died, 1 ; recovered, 2 ; r...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. PRAYER. (Translated from the German of C. F. GELLERT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

OHXÖlNAX. POBTB.T. PRAYER. ( Translated from the German of C. F. Gellert.) Far as the skies above extend Thy goodness reachoth, Lord ! To us Thy mercies Thou dost send, And quickly help accord. God ! my defence-my rock-my friend, Accept my prayer-my woi ds attend, Before Thee thus I pray. I ask not superfluities For ric lies of this Earth ; To do whatever Thou mayest please Is above all things worth ; But heavenly Wisdom and the sense My God and Christ to know,-dispense, Teach me to know myself. I ask not lionour-no-nor fiime, Which mortals so much prize ; But to possess an honest name, That I will not despise ; And Duties done true fame enhance, The Glory of Thy countenance I pri/c,"and pious friendships, love. , For length of days I do not heed ; But pray Thee, Sabbaoth's Lord ! With wealth, humility-courage in need These to my prayers accord. My time stands in thine hand But when Thou dost my soul demand Then let me mercy find. Sydney, Sunday, June 3, 1832. ?

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PRICES OF FUNDS. FEBRUARY 4, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

PRICES OF FUNDS. February 4, 1832. British Stocks-Bank stock, 193¾; 3 per cent, red. anns., 82£| ; 3 per cent. cons, anns., 82^f^-f ; 3½per cent. red. anns., 90^-j}; new 3½ per cent   anns., 89£#; 4 per cent anns. (1826), 99¾ 100; long anns., expire Jan. 5, 1860, 16f 11-16; long anns., 30 years, exp. Oct. 10, 1859, 16 9-16 f ; long anns., 30 years, exp. Jan. 5, 1860, 16 f; In- dia stocks, 194 3J ; India bonds, pur. 1 pm. ; con- sols for 28th Feb., 82¿§J. Exchequer- Bills_£1,000 11 10 12 pm. ; £500 11 12 pm. ; small 11 12 pm. Foreign Funds.-Danish bonds (1825), 3 per cent. 65¿-J ; Greek bonds (1825), 5 per cent, 21 ; Mexican bonds, 5 per cent, 27¾ ; ditto (1825), 6 per cent, 21 ; Portuguese bonds,.5 per cent, 48½;   Russian bonds ( 1822), 5 per cent, 98££ ; Dutch exchange, 12 guil. 2£ per cent. 40£$. Shares.-Bolanos, 145; real del Monte, 12½; United Mexican, 5 ; United Mexican new scrip, 1½ ; Palladium, £1 13s. ; Canada, 38 39. The Parliament is again to ass...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIÖENCE. Caution to the Public-Wo are informed, upon respectable authority, that a prisoner of the Crown, assigned in Maitland, is carrying on a sys- tem of imposition upon the public, both in Sydney and Maitland. We caution the Sydney trades people against crediting the representations of this pretend- ed gentleman, who goes about genteelly elad, in mourning, with every appearance of being a free person. , - Very severe frosts have been experienced of late in the district of Argyle, which have cut up, and materially injured' the grass. 'Tliat port of the Colony is xcry quiet Mr. Charles Smith has become the purchaser of Counseller. To she* the number of young men at present out of situation in Sydney, it is only necessary to state, that nearly fifty applications were made for the situation of the late Mr. J. Robinson, at the Dock-yard. It' is somewhat surprising that no Spermaceti Candle Manufactory has yet been established in this Colony, considering the large quanti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

PRETTY SPOT FOR A GENTEEL COTTAGE RESIDENCE, Corner of Liverpool and Macquarie' streetsr and the centre of the Race Course, at the South end, with a SMALL COTTAGE of four Rooms now erected thereon, with Builders' and Carpenters' Sheds, Garden, Well of fine Water, 8fc. 8çc., By Mr. BOBEMHAM, On MONDAY, the 18th of JUNE, without any reserve, at 12 for 1 o'Clock precisely. MR. BODENHAM HAS the honour to announce, that he is in- structed to SELL a very enviable, valuable, " and pretty spot" of Ground, particularly adapted for the erection of a genteel COTTAGE for the occupation of a Family, being situate upon the fine open area of Sydney Race Course, and upon the line of continuation of Macquarie and Liverpool Streets, the main line of communication with the beautiful residences at Woolloomoolloo-hill, and Elizabeth Bay. The frontage to the Race Course is 50 feet by a depth of 140 feet of Street frontage in Macquarie Street ; this ground was formerly a part of the Es- tate of J. Mackann...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

POLICE INCIDENTS. Thursday. - Mary Goodwin, who bore a strong affinity to a dried haddock, was placed at the bar charged with maxing it. Bench. - Have you five shillings? Mary. - No, blunt's very scare ! Bench. - Then show your pretty face in the stocks for three hours. James Glover, mohawking it through the streets at the hour when ruffians stalk abroad, was sent to a cell, on bread and water, for three days. Dominick M'Coy, for admitting a stranger into his master's house, for the purpose, as it was strongly suspected, of weeding his stores, was or- dered to receive 25 lashes. Henry Smith, for being picked up " hard a wea- ther and she cracks," was sent to the stocks for three hours. Hurry vowed by all the Saints in the Ca- lendar, that if they would look over it this time, he would drink the pure limpid in future, but it was no go. Juliana Mug, with her namesake of ample di- mensions, was charged with catching sundry male pedestrians round the neck the previous night, with the gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. j Sydney, 8s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Gd. j Country, (Postage included J 10i. Gd. per Quarter. J .TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For Sight Z.nes a"d under, &,. Grf.', and hi. each, for every Zinc alwve Eight; for each Insertion. Hg? The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarters end the 91st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December: at which periods only- can Subscribers decline. At>vfrtisfmfvts mini * y face of'them, the member of timis they arc intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the parly. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o'Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; but fresh ones will be received nnt'a G o*a k of those days. e memver oj times iney are tnicnaca io oe inserte«, or «»c-y «/..* w i»,».T.«.» »... w»»«»««..««.t», u»<* ..,.u,yCl» .u ,,.c jmr.y. *»« uuv«iu>c»iriu can ve wunurawn ajier iz o uiocr on Wednesdays ana Saturdays; ...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1832. -« " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. Hy the John wc have received files of London papers to the 6th of Fehruary in- clusive, from which we extract the fol- lowing : Among the many rumoured changes in the ad- ministration, the following, as far as we have been able to ascertain, seem to be ? the most authen- tic, viz. :-that Sir James Graham retires from the Admiralty, to be succeeded by-Lord Al thorp, who resigns the Chancellorship of the Ex- chequer to Mr.. Stanley, the latter being succeeded in the Irish Secretaryship, as -wc have already stated, by Mr. Ellice. Emigration.-On Saturday, Feb. 4, the Emi fration Committee met at the Colonial Office, )o\vning-strcet, Lord. Viscount Howick, Mr. Francis Baring, and Mr. Ellice. The Committee had under consideration the numerous applications, at the rate of n hundred' daily, of men and women anxious to better their coudition in life by emi- grating to New South Wales and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

BIRTHS,—On Friday last, Mrs. Baldy, of Upper Pitt-street, of a son. On Thursday last, the Lady of J. B. Montefiore, Esq., of a daughter. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS,   AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone. From London, on Friday last, which Port she left on the 7th of February, the ship John, 464 tons, Captain Lowe, with 198 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Lawrence, R. N. The guard consists of Lieutenants Baldwin and Campbell of the 3lst regiment, 29 rank and file, 3 women, and I child, belonging to the 31st and 4th regiments. Passengers, Mrs. Baldwin and one child, and Mr. Campbell. From New Zealand, on Saturday night last, the schooner Admiral Gifford, with 11 tons of flax. This vessel encountered a very heavy gale of wind about 100 miles off the coast of New Holland, which swept away two seamen, her bulwarks, and two boots. One of the men was with difficulty saved, but the other was unfortunately lost. .». A brig was off the Heads the whole of yes terday ;-from her appearance she is supposed to be the Amity, from Hobart Town. DEPARTURES. For London direct, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

DRUGS, GROCERIES, AND ITALIAN GOODS, Ac. AMBROSE FOSS,             (CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, &c.) RESPECTFULLY informs the Public that he has received ex " CEYLON" and other late Arrivals, the following GENUINE AR- TICLES, in addition to his usual diversified STOCK of DRUGS and CHEMICALS :_ Ex" CEYLON," (and other late arrivals.) Pickles and Fish Sauces Durham Mustard Jordan and Soft Shell Almonds Isinglass Zante Currants Bloom Raisins Le Mann's Biscuits Double Refined Sugar Salad Oil Capers and Olives ROBINSON'S Patent Groats and Barley. (Strongly recommended by the Faculty as a nutriti- ous cooling food for Infants and Invalids. ) A large Assortment of Jars, for the purposes of Pickling and Preserving. ALSO, Æther, Assafoetida Aromatic vinegar for the head-ache Aromatic pastils for fumigating Anderson Scott's pills Alum. Antimonial wine Aloes, Socotorinc and Barbadoes Æthiops' mineral Adhesive plaster,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. CONVEYANCE OF TROOPS. TENDERS, sealed and endorsed, will bo received at Ibu Office, on or be foi e IS o'clock of Friday, the îgth instant, for llie Conveyance of the undermentioned Troops from Syd- ney to Madras, In the East Indies, viz.:-About l8 Officers, 340 Non-Coiiimissioneri Oflicen, and Privates; 40 Women, and 90 Children, of Die 3Qih Regiment. Persons desirous of furnishing such conveyance, are requested to state the names of the ships, their ton- nage, height between decks, accommodation for Offi- cers, and their readiness to proceed lo sen on the Ulli day of July following, wind and weather permitting, under a penalty ot three hundred pounds sterling. Inspecting Officers will be appointed to report upon the eligibility of the ships for the service previous to any lender being decided on. the Tenders must specify the sum demanded par head for the Officers, Non Commissioned Officers, and Privates; Women and Children above 12 yean of age to be chaiged...

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on limul snri instant, B. P. Kum, 135 574 gul Inns; brandy 81,965 gallons ; gin. 9,144 gallons; other spirits, 4.S88 Billions ; tobuccu, 52,994 pounds. Ileccived during the week, B. P Rum, 10,5.14 gallons ; tobacco, 5,418 pounds. Delivered lor Home Consumption, R. P. Rum, 8,117 gallons; blandy, 1.04B gallons: gin,256gallons; tobac- co. 4.M96 pounds. Delivered for Exportation, B. P. Rum, 2|o calions; brandy, S4 gallons; si", 69 gallons; tobuccu, 340 pounds. Stuck on hand gili inslaiit, B. P. rum, 138 778 cal, inns; brandy, 204yi gallons ; Kin.H,8ntJpillions; other spirits,4,WB ^niions; tobacco, 53,176 pounds. June 11, 11132.

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Projected Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

Projected Departure». Liverpool-LON DON, 319 ton«, AsUfnali & Co., agents, 241 li institut. " London-MARY ANN, et4toni, Aspinail Se Co., agent«. Unban Town-CURRENCY LASS, 50 tons. W. Wallace Riient, 14lh July. ----PUNCIIAL, 190 tons. Lamb and Co., agents', 17111 July. ° *

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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

PRICE CURRENT. I COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market ( Sterling) Pricpx Ale, Eng.-H lid.8/. a Si. I" do. dnz. HIIIISJ Colonial-Ilhd. (H) a 80 rio. di««. 6 a 8 Beer.Eng.-Hlid. 8/.n 8M0, do. gul, Mia IS Colonial-Ilhd. 4f> s Ii do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....|iercwt. 19 a Sj Blankets, Col.p. pr. 16 <i 30 Blue,.th. i a no Butler, fresh....Is.lil al s fid salt."il a I 0 Bread,2lh. loaf, u s a 0 31 Candie»,Mid».II,.1 0 li 0 0 Dips.... O 7 ¿ii O ü Cuttle. Bnllocksen. ti 10/ a 2/ISi Working do. .t o a 4 0 Cows,.. ." 1 O a 2 0 do.in Milk "I 10 a 2 lo Calves,....,, Of a 8> Sheep,., 6 a 8 Pigs,.., 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 H OP Cheese, Eng.lb.°s3da Os'id Col. "Otaos Cloth, ['ai riunallu per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bl nail do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grail. Iii. I ti a 0 0 P.ggs, per doz. 1 0 a I 2 Flax, NewZea. ton, 16/ a 181 Flour, 1001 bs. fine 2nds Barker.I7s0d-I4«0rl Longford, ..l8 G -It 0 Dixon,..I70-14 0 Onurd, ....17 0 -14 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon.17 0-...

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MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. Since last Market day, but very slight alteration« have taken place in marketable produce. 600 bushels, of wheat were disposed of from 4s. 3d. to 6s. per bushel of 60 lbs. Maize and Barley are station- ary. Oats and Rye on the rise. Cattle and Butchers Meat have not yet experienced any al- teration, although it is daily expected. Other ar- ticles without variation. A well stocked market may be looked for this day.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. I SUN I IllBli ixl«--. June._Calendar._| rites | sets | morn | even. 14 | TJ Batt. oOIarcngo, 1800 ¡7_8 | 4 52 | 8 M ("""»"10 15 f F | MaifCliàrta »Ixneii; I'->I5~| 7 8~| 4 5'-' j 0 30 j ¡Füll 10"j 3 1 Dilke of Marilah, ti. 17-_>->"l 7 » |*4 5I~| 10 5 | IO 2j \i I o ¡TRTiilty "Su. .st. Xlbañ. " I S I Joa Adill»on died, 171». 7 U 4 31 10 43 II 0 IB | M| Battle of Waterloo IBIS | 7 1) | 4 iii I II IO | II :)5 10 j T | PiiHCal b. 10-j:). I 7 I) | I SI | II 50 | 0 0 20 j V) ("TraiinL King ßjwani. j 7 0 |TSI | 0 29 | 2 4« rilli Moon 13th day, 4U minutes oast 5 afternoon.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 4th to the 11th Instant, Inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED A KO PUBLISHED UNDER TUE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS; IMPORTS. Reports from the 4th to the ilth Instant, Inclusive. June g-JOHN ship, 46* tons. Lowe master, from Lon- don, Campbell and Co., agent», mate prisoner», and Government suite», > --II-Admiral Gifford, 43 tons. Monear uia«t»r, dom New Zealand, John Learmonth, agent, IO tons flax, I0O muskets, J. Wyer; 1 ton potatoes, 1 cask pork, Older.

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A list of Ships loading, fitting, &c. for New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832

A list of Ships loading, fitting, §-c. for New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Henry, Bunney master, for Hobart Town and Sydney; sailed. Medway, Wright master, for Sydney and Hobart Town; sailed. Resource, Smith master, for Von Dicmen's Land and New South Wales. Bombay, Dare master, for Swan River. Craigievar, Raye master, for Van Diemen's Land. Socrates, Gibbons master, for Launceston and Von Diemen's Land ; sailed. Manfield, Stainbank master, for Hobart Town and Launceston. Norval, Friend master, for Hobart Town, Laun- ceston, and Sydney. Rubicon, Daniel master, for Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales. Lang, Muddle master, for Van Dicmen's Land and New South Wales. Elizabeth, Currie master, for New South Wales. Mary, Beachcroft master, for Hobart Town and Launceston. Edward Lombe, Freeman master, for Swan River, and Van Diemen's Land. Offley, Stavers master, for Van Diemen's Land. Sir Francis MNaughten, Ditchburn roaster, for Swan River and Port Augusta. Brothers, Towers mast...

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