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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 21 April 1836

4 S4 ktiertemintut ... PaRINTNG. A T THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of every description is executed with neatness, ecionomy, punctuality, and dispatch. APPRENTICE WAXNTED. -ITW ANTED, a respectable Boy as an Apprentice T • to the Printing Business in TuE COLONIST Office. A premium will be required. -HHENRY BULL. MRS., HORDERN M rOST respectfully informs her friends and the S.L,.. public in general, that she has just received asupply of the undermentioned articles direct from :England : E.: ga large assortment of Tuscan, Dunstable, and Fancy .Bonqets Ladies' English made dress Caps 4'4, 6-4 Black and Coloured Merinos Fiench and English Ginghams Ladies' White and Coloured Stays Children's djtto all sizes i ey's and Youth's, SiSuperfine Bandanna Silks Best Witney Blankets C,hildren's Braided Jean and' Ginghimi 'Drses; Baby. Line, in great variety , ALSO,.. A' large Stock of Gentlemen's .under, clothing suita ilefor the approaching season. T tRS. HORDERN. : .. No. 1i; King Street, betwe...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE HEDDITUR OF THE COLLONIST Patterson's River, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 21 April 1836

TO THE HEDDITUR OF THE COLLONIST   Patterson's River, April 12.         Mr.. HEDDITUR, Sur,--My master, Mr. O' Dear, is a very kind man, and he has a brother a clargyman. And so as he comed upp from Sydney last time, says he, "and why should I be   All alone by the light of tbe moon ?"   And so he brings up Mary What-d'ye-call-her; her, you, know, as comed out by the David Scott from Lunnon. And says Captain Livistone of the Serious steam-boat, " I tell you what, Mr. O Dear, if so be you ben't a married man, you sha'n't stow away that there baggage in this here ship's cabin." And so we stowed her away in one of them snug little berths abaft the paddle- boxes. And all afore he comed on board, that's Mr. O'Dear, says he, "There's five pound to buy a dress," but lo and behold, when she come to change it, it was only two, for she couldn't read. And I tell you what, Mr. Hedditur, it was very hard f...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

: o ;London-Wool,'ld. to 1:id. .per' lb'.; oil' 31 10s. per-tun'; timber; 31; 10s;. per load; flx 41. to 41 T Liverpool-ditto; ditto. M '?'o :ilobart Town and Lii?uestdo--l. I5s` td o-1.? iOs. per ton. ' 4 iT'oSwin'River-l1 lO . tio21 leton 2o-No ew Zealand ani he South ?e? Islad 21to 2 l 14i. per ton. ; to ýý -0- S '1

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

S' !.. ,. " ..... . ,, ? . * -- -,?, - - '. : _ , ` `'- nt. -" VESSELS DLS.CHARGIN'G, A AND; AT LWHA'T .Black' Warrior'. from- Boston,' Wilson's ? Wharkf, George Street.. ; Lady of the Lake i from., China ýbPitman's Wharf: 'QAlexanderi fromCalcu:?ia Docki'Yard,:: i; ''Abel Gower, from -.London Cam lpbell's ,Wharf, GeorigeStreet.. <..¢ .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

VESSELS ENTERED. OUTWARDS SINCE i O ,0UR" LAST PUUBLTC'IC ON.',, :April 22-Hind,. W? yatt, Launceston:, R. Camp bell . .. _ :. x} S:22 - Sisters, Norris,rSouthi Seass' R: `Duke. , I .I :22--Genii, :Catli,?. South Seas ? Dawes: and.Co, , 25: Lady. ,Wellington;, Cooper; South: Seas; ;J Cllff ' r 3 s1 :.s( { 1: ý ( rr a f} L:ýs fv

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 16TH TO THE 23RD INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

S . EXPORTS " ESSELS CLEAItED FROM T1HE 16TJI TO TlE 23RD INSTAN'. .Harriet, 265*tons, Howe, master, for South Seas ; fishery stores. * Janet, :238 tons, Leitch, master, for Twofold Bay anid Hobart Town; in ballast.: John, 464 tons, Whyte, master, fior Lndon; 1230 bales wool, 13 casks hides, 9000 treeails, an'd stores. SMargaret Graham, 305 tons, Halamiton, master, for Singapore; in ballasqt. , : i: Hind, ,141 tons, Wyatt, niaster, for Launceston i 100 to nslcoals, 100 sheep, 50' headcattle, 2, casks. cbieese,- 2 casks oil, 20 casks isalt: 20casks'wine, and stores. -o -· ;

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter from Maitland arrived just as Were going to press, consequently too late to be noticed this week.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY.: Da ja. * i· H jh ?at:e,:r. !t 1. Age; 'f Mrif lN IOR ( FYEN R ue ... [.Seta.. jJiaoon.1 TIhursday.. 28 60 12 6 40 6, 39 21 13: F lda ..; .9 17 13# "7 42 6.40 '5'520 '14,' S~turday .. 30 8 o10. '8 -36 6 ,41 ' 0 '1 " Sundrlay ... .1 8. 6. ..10 6 42 5 18' ?16 Monday .. 2 0 30 0 50 .0 43 .5,17 17. Tue.sday .: 3 10' 5`1i' 25 6 44 5 (10 18: WVednesdiy 4 10.' 45 11".' 0 6 ,45 5 15 10

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

. ??. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.,S:ak.r? Rcslyt~Castle; for'the ;whale fishery, and Active for New Zealand; this'day.? ' r: ' .r Lady jWellington; for the speiim fishiery 28th in stant :. . .: Governor 1'Harcourt; for London; Chalcedony for tihe United States; "and 'Jane Goudie 'for Singapore, 30th instant'.' SStirling Castle; for` Singapore;, 3rd proximo Messrs, Long. and. Egan are the purchasers: fof tho ' brig Alicee,-and .not W right-and .Long as his been riported.i -Dr. Imlay has purchased t-he BroucghamrL trbnm Messrs.. Porter and Co. -,she is to be employed in carrying live stock from Twofold' Bay to the sister: ionlonry.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOSS OF THE CHARLES EATON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

LOSS OF THE CHARLES EATON. FROM the following extract it would seem that an idea was entertained at 'home, that the Colonial Government of New South Wales had anticipated the orders for sending a vessel in 'search of the crew of this unfortunate ship. The very trifling and uncertain information that had hitherto been received of their fate Was sufficient cause for His Excellency's not having done so, but now that positive instructions have been received on the subject (and we know it to be the fact), we are at a loss to divine why those orders have not been promptly and immedLately acted upon, especially when li/e and not propel ty is the object of search. There are at this moment no less than three vessels belonging to the same owners offered to Govern ment for that particular service, viz. the brig· Alice, the barque Francis Freelihg, and the schooner Currency Lass-either of 'which, but: more especially the latter, would answer the pur pose; and His Excellency has not far to look ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

.°DFPA1U U' rS" :..ý ,f ý: 'ipril 21.- Brothers (sijip), 1:,..'owns,,. for, Londqn, wTh wqooI, l&ci.; Pas.epgers,; 1-uis,; Iioooui',' ;!iet Justice Forbes, Mrs. Forbecs, IVnrt+J.,Dowaingt .un, I1~IAUlntyre;.;Esq r:,,Dc,;·ryy~ie,::t.:N: C, t.Lyall;; late of!tbe: unfortunate Edin burgh ,,pd 1\1:rs.TownsRi '' 21:=-'JJohn esshi)' yhto,, for. Liverpool; with ico lonial prgducv. r assengers, Mr' and 4 rsea Gosling and family, Mr. Sal'amon, Mr.: Gaffney, Mrs. Heath and child, Mr. Suitor, Charlotte Walker, and .- Baker. 22.--Alice (brig), Hepburn, for Newcastle. 25.-.Tanet (bnrg), Leitch, for Twofold Bay and Hobart Tow?'ih Passenger, Mr. E. Raud. 25: -Caroline and Harriett, for the sperm. fishery. !'27?- Elizabeth (schooner), for Lauinceston. :}':

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIGHTON V. HOWE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

WIGHTON v. IHOWE. WE have received a letter from the widow of the' late Alan Muniro, who, our readers may re-: member, was committed by His Honour Judge Dowling to take his trial for perjury, alleged to have been committed in the case of Wighton v. Howe. Several reports were circulated at the time of his death, tending to injure his memory, stating, that on his death-bed he had acknow ledged that he was guilty of the crime with which he was charged, and had made disclosurse which were likely to affect the cases of the indi viduals committed for the same crime. The ob ject of Mrs. Munro's letter is to request us to set at rest the reports on this subject, which she assures us are totally unfounded; no one but herself heard anything from him on the subject, and his dying words were, that- " his heart was broken-at the thought that he should have been charged with perjury for telling the truth, arid only the truth." No person but' herself, Mrs. M. alleges, saw her husband during his il...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

1.: olppý1 ýDng J`.ll)Ett s0$u~c, j.YFt AtiPiR 22.L_.Abe1 Gower (bariqjii Heneofrom Londo4, 5tb Deeem bejr, mrerqII'iiinez:; L a'engers-' fl'' Perner;i ; ) 1WVf H:` `Beani 'cG:iivrt~;3''i~n 'and= five'. steerage'passengers7 : *` *'23=TbIomas Laurie '(barcPe) t'Itovete froivHo hart' Todwn :;2th` :insstiint ' suridiles; ý`Passengers`=s Mi's !l.ovett, R.' A1uaiitck;rEs4F;si hnd Mr:S' S Ros *26--Francis Freelipg (barque );,'iniir: , .'froiW H11 hart Town;' g9th l nstant, cicro; wlhicat, 'potatoes, oats, passengers=-F: Calrlie, lsq:' "It . G. Wut on, Anis.,Watson and eight'childi',;'J1Wr. J'Pbli6k: arzid` eigllt'steerage passengcrs.IJ1 *.'.aw¾ 1h,' N ;: 2bLVaniuard '(brig) Walker,' °!'fioz mSin'apde on the 16th and Batavia on the 2h -of·'S bru..y: cargo, 2469 bags wheat, ; passenger aJ4"GLT1) Son, Esq., Mrs4.Davidson, .-.iss"tWhittle; and1).D Cordon. '"- -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Politics. COLONIAL ECCLESIASTICAL ESTABLISHMENTS. [THE SUBJECT RESUMED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

SCOLONIAL ::CCLESIASTICAL ESTABLISI MENTST. , THE SUBJECT RESUMED. IWE have repeatedly expressed it as our opioion, i at the system of devolving the maintenance of the ministers of religion on the civil Government is altogether unsuited to the state of things in these colonies, and is fraught with much evil to the public generally, not only in a political, but in a moral and religious, light. We are quite aware, indeed, that in giving utterance to such an opiinon, we are doing violence to the deeply rooted prejudices of individuals to whose opinions on oiher subjects we would attach a high value, and w)lose conscientious sincerity we respect. But, 'stisfied with the correctness of our opinion, as well as of the vast importance of the subject to the moral and religious welfare of our adopted country, and satisfied, moreover, of the utter in eIciency of the system of providing for the moral and religious instruction of the inhabitants of these-,colonies from the Public Treasury, we ar...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOLF. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

THE WOLF. (FROT THE PEARL, AN AMERICAN JOURNAL.N . S,THE mist is on the river, And the sun below the hill; Yet in he tangled forest My children linger still. : Henr I Claude !" the mother cries- , Echo to her call replies. Along the western footpath 'The light is fading now ; She stands before her cottage With hand above her brow, With breath suppress'd and bending ear, If that she may their footsteps hear. She stands within her cottage And she spreads the rustic board With every simple dainty Her scanty stores afford: Snowy curds, and grapes, and bread, For her darling boys are spread. "Come, brothers, lift the faggots, And let us hasten home," "Oh, Henri! I am weary With the long, long way we've come. What! little Victor crying so, Who for a soldier means to go "Claude, lead our little brother, , ,.. ; r And I will take yout load; The hymn our mother taught us " We'll sing to cheer the road. ' Our long delay will make her feat We'ie coming; coming, mother deart? ?; "' Look ! Henri...

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Original and Select Poetry. MATERNAL AFFECTION, IMPROPERLY TERMED "A WEAKNESS OF HUMAN NATURE." [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

-*16*S4*4- MATERNAL AFFECTION, IMPROPERLY TERMED "A WEAKNESS OF HUMAN NATURE." Bless'd gift of heaven ! Maternal love,:' How can thy tenderness and care" Be half repaid-how can we prove, :We value as we ought, * A boon so rare ? WThat heed I such as weakness call 'Thist ray divine-of heaven, - . When joy, and peace of mind to all, That honour-it in truth, S.... By God are given? If love, maternal here below. B e v?eakness term'd, at length ' I've yet. to hear--I've yet to know, "Th?. apathy profound.... Is mental strength. For nature's universal hold SWould loosen'd be, and fail, .If love of offepring should wax cold, A mother's truth and care 'Did not prevail. One fact 's confirm'd, and will, I trust; SFiid' place in every breast, . The wise, the generous, and the just, With love materinal are T he most impress d. And -what is more--'is proved.withal ? From evidence above, They, love, a weakness, do miscal. ,That have been taught to know, 'l'hat " God is love.": * ' A. C

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Literature and Science. [CONTINUED.] ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

iteatrature ant SWu Mce. SCONTINUED.] ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. FROM THEE MORNING CHRONICLE, Nov. 24.1 TUE first meeting of this society was held at its rooms in Regent Street yesterday evening; Sir . John Barrow, President, in the chair. Great interest was excited an account of its being known ,amongst the members that Captain Back would be present, and that a paper would be read from him, containing rn account of his late expedition, uniidertaken in search of Captain Ross. The large room in which the meetings are held was crowded to;excess, and at least 400 gentlemen were pre sent. Captain Maconochie, the secretary, read the ,minutes of the last meeting, including, a paper 'from Dr. Hancock on the changes which have taken place in the climate, tides, &c., in Guiana . during the last twenty years. He also announced ithata great variety of donations had been received during the recess, consisting of presents of books .from the Geological and Royal Asiatic Societies, .DepSt...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

WOOL. T · ' following letter from Mr. Johhn .Masson, of. London, has been handed to us, the perusal of which must.be highly satisfactory; .we haiv ilslo edtaloglies of the sales of wool to ihich it refers,. but they are so volumiious thalt it is 'impossible to give them insertion-nor do, we colsideir it necessary, as the circular is sufficiently explicit. Lime Street Square,, London, Noveinber 24, 183.,. The last series of 'the Public Sales of Australian 'and Van'Dieman's 'Land W ool, commenced on the 10th qnd'terminated on the 14th of November, the quantity sold was 3645 bales, the greater part, of middling and inferior quality ; these sales were more numerously-attended by buyers than any 'of the' pre ceding, and the.prices throughout may be quoted 2d. per lb. (in some instances more) higher thanthe :last sales; a result arising from the stocks.of'Wool being ,nearly all worked up, and an ,active consumption nmore than" adequate to the 'supply, but from these circumstancee, the Woo...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Markets. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, & TUESDAY, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

FRIDAY, APRIL22, & TUESDAY APRIL26 i*WlEATbest slst ampes, 2s. per bushel. Flour, 23s, 27s.; and 30Ss. per 100 lbs., IMaize, 8s to8s 8s 6d. pet bushel. Oat Hay, 151. to 171. p"er load. WiVeat Straw., 25s. to 30s. per load. M4eat, a shade lower. Potatoes,,9s. to 11s. per cwt F 4to5s. Pel couple. Ducks, i t G6s. peridto. .Geese, 8s. to 10s. per diitto. Turlie., 12s; to 15s; per ditto. Eggst2s. 9d.to 3s. per dozen.- 9Salt 13u ter, 1 6d. to Is. elOd. per lb. Fresh ilditto 2 6d.' to 2s 9d. per ditto.. The supply of ruits was bad, scarce, a dear. Vegetables as usual ,... 1 "I 'i ··

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

??,. .: GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." Sqoilw therefore in pursuahce of the said recite: Act ::o0fat-lianmet,'(3rd and 4th' William IV.) and in keru.rcise of the authority hereby in His Majesty- in Sbehalf vested, it is 'hereby ordered 'by' His; Majesty, by: and with the advice of His,Majesty's Privy Coun cil, that no goods shall, be imported into, nor shall iny goods, except the,produce of the .fisheries in Brii :ish ships, be exported from His Majesty's colonies of ew, outlh Wales and Van Dieman's Land, by sea, frMirm or to any place other than the United Kingdom or`0omie other tf H-is Majesty's possessions: abroad, s? ept into or from the respective port's,of Sydney., in SNew South Wales, and.ofiHbbart Town and Laun .peston in Van Dieman's Land:. aid" it is: hereby :or dered by His Majesty, by and with the advice -of shis SPrivy Council that the free importation of goods froin the said ports of Sydney, Hobart Town, and Launcds ton shall be permitted and that the same ports shacllbe Fiee Wa...

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