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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.. .. ' | Colonial Sun1 n-t a iiy'S^Ori'iUK1, Dnr.'Si, lN::.f».|. PEUSONS WILLING TO - !O,N 1 ft'A UT ' 'I O f Kcp.tir and AItt-r rhc Court House, ;it ,Pi-m-ith, according lu a S|i.- tiicilioii nhich-mn,.. lie seen, on Hppli.Mtion briny made to llie Al.i'ji'-lrntes at that place',- to Mr. Aril, a' Pnrruuiallx, or to (lie ('.nil Engineer at Sydney, nr*' icmit --vOil t-i transmit i!k jr Touuurs in w liting t-i liiis Oflin-, h\ ixtulvc.^ o'clock on U / ilni «-tlay. the 3d of J ami ry. Security «jl) be rei*|uired for the due |,.rfomnncfk »l\lbf work. Uy' Command of his Excelk'u.jy jhe -.Juvcrn-;r, ' Alex. ?A:Lv. vv. ' QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS IIKREBY ttlVKN, THAT 0 EX 15 RAL QUAItTEIl SESSIONS of 'i'.jc PIMCU for the Colony of Ncv South Wales, will be holdcn nl Liver p«nj|. on. Tuesday the --ccom! d -y of J.fmnry next y at Wiudsoi, «u Tuesday Aju' ninth dnj ot'tliesni-' month ft January; at .Svdne y*,— »n I it( -la\ the sixtfejntli-^tny of-tJu^ -nid month'of 'January...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS.—(DEC. 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

. SYDNEY MARKETS.— -(Dec. 28.) The supplies' of grain at market to day were not so iaigc as had been expected by .buyers; in consequence a lisa took place in prices.' Wheat, in particular, ? improved in rtie demand; though the call for m-uze was not iuebu ilderable. _ _ ^ ^ j ^uslu ^q- . 6 0 ? - 84 - . -. ' ' --060 1O° Average Price of Wheat - £0 6 J Pi j , ' ; JJitto of maize « - --' * ,6'~ . -, Barley J -' -046 lMiic' Flour 15«. Od. stg'.prr cut. , -. I ' , 'i Seconds do. 1 as. Od. perdo. . ? .-j x ' Pollard, 2s. Od. pur bus'liul '. . . ^ I 1 ' ' Bran, Is, (3d. ditto. .. , ? , ? , , ? '.' '' ;p'olktoqs,'l8s. 0d.pcr'cwt.;vfgw(ls;;63. Od.nsr^ouplc.,. v. ,. ,.,_ ,. Turkeys, 20s. Od. per (couple. ;,; .' Butter, Ss. fid.1 per Ib— Eggs 2s, Cd. per dozen. * Cheese, Is. 4d. per 1b. ? I Assize price bread of 4.*d- per loaf , ' - Selling price 4d. to 5Jd. ditto. - ? PI11CE.S OF MEAT. ?- Beef, 3s. lid. per stone.— Mutton, 4's. lOd. pet ditto— Pork, 4s. 9d. per ditto. , ' PRICE OP* HAY AND 8T...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

ffepK :/;uAiWiM Ait school/ ? «- f-}| To thrPtesldtul nntl '/'ruslcis of the &y ((net/ -Pit/ni^^ ?'' -ii -. '/Vc« Grammar School. '-. . .- - -,vi 'S; '-?^;t CiENTi/KaiivV, ' - :: ^ O'lIO'lTCA'TEl) THE PLAN 01? THE IXSTI^ *? TUT|OX that now exists umler your patronage i;kI direction, for which I -vas honored by your unanimous vote ;- [if thanks ; aiii|--vn-i, n3 unanimously, elected Head Master. ? ,'?) This election \vas cunditional, On my reduction of ' the num.:.-' ber of my yrivato pupils from tliirty-cight to twenty ;, find tli.is - tenure nn -vlncli the Jlewl Master was to hold his appou*t4 ment, ttiisj ' ?i *i ?j ' Qiiamdi-i so henr c;esserit.*- . . r' , ? '-'I'y In consiifprnliou of the required 'iacrifice. 'on my parf^.-ofr; uightcen jluplls, fur wluuu I recti* ed ,,£378 nunuallyv yoiiS : {juornnleeij to me a ycirly stipend of ^£'303,; and paynient o£(': i the rent ol: a suitii.l-lp lionse - ? - . . / ? ? -J. ' These pipmibf-a, 1 Lielk've/'nrc indisputable. -r^'.^'-.r...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 December 1826

The intelligence from England, respecting Sir Thomas ^Bris bane, continues to be of the most gratifying complexion'. Con cession after? concession is made to him ; and in Downing-strcet' Office, there exists 'but- one wish, and, .that .is, to make erery. posbiljJe amends ; and as the first step to substantial reparation, Sir Thomas has been promised (he Command ofaKegiment. The. !ate .Governor, nevertheless,' is 'not 'to beNappeased but on just grounds.. He demands to know w}iohavc been his secret enemies. Disclaimers of hostility have been put in by some oftlie sus pected ; even thAt grand organ of the ' Faction' hrisbcen bold enough to step forward to disown all connection, citllcr as ac cessory or principal, with tha cowardly attacks which appeared upon the administration of Sir Thumas in his absence, in the Morning Chiouicle. ' It is part 'of the creed, of the political banditti of this Colony toVssnil their 'adversaries when absent. They dare not do it at other times. They empl...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

Tn the Editor of The Australian. T have given orders to discontinue the.Gasette entirely. It was bad enough twice a week, hut to be laid under 'contribution for his ir.-miivnnnsnii.se everv JJA.Y, is more than any respectable man in the Colony can stand. ' The Australian, ; on me con trary vie are all proud of, and not without reason ; its style, and get tin.' op, would do credit to any city in the world ; andm its fearless, independent, yet moderate, and' gentlemanlike lan guage, The Australian Newspaper is .by far, the leading Journal of this Colony, and speaks the language of nineiy-mne out o/ every hundrcd'in it. Go on, and prosper. Wishing you a happy newyenr, and recommending you never to notice these penny trumpets of your opponents, 1 have enclosed a vclicck «or the last half year's account. I remain your s, A Constant Reader.. THE AU8TRAUAJS SYDNEY, JANUARY. 3, 182/. ,,.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

To the Editor oj' the Jiuatralian. Sin, I am a British tar, and having been lately a good deal on shore, through' the principal streeti of Sydney ; 1 confess to you with pleasure, that my surprise was never before so much ex cited, in all the Countries I have ever visited, as it has been m New South Wales. Where I looked for bark huts, and weather boarded hovels, I have found streets as long as Oxford-street, and mansions that might do credit to Hanover-square. Such a metamorphose as the town of Sydney has presented in little more than thirty years, is certainly without a parallel in ancient or modern limes — the crowded streets— the, elegant shops.—thc London carriages— -the stage coaches,5 with the guard 'blowing' the horn — the street lamps— drays— markets— the women crying fish — the numerous boats and vessels — with every body speaking English, and no foreigners black or brown, &c. &c. have so bothered me at times, as scarcely to be sensible that -I was out of E...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

WA'ED IMMEDIATELY AS COOK A 1 a*Jc,,,3!f MBr- *''' CV' «'? S°°d t-.l-.UI. I , Apply to M» \YalkCT, Red Cn» Tnn. P.mm.n.. *flf 4™'™ PEKSUN. WHO UAMIi ro TUB I Should tins advertisement meet the eve' of an^1ar!« Vi, H require such n person, a line directed to IJ L aMhc'Au rJr'3' I Ollicc, will be immediately attended. Aublr»liim || COOK AND noUSE-MATD M WAJTED- A STEADY, ?RESPECTABT^H V JrOll\an,f,a8.,Hoil8e-nm'd '»'«- 'Plain CouU, \n\ffl a small and genteel family ; n|,o, to wnshahd pVt ,.p liircn JI I occasional assistance. She must produce proof, of 'op^ * H and good character; WI,,C|,, if found satisfactory, libcrn 3 8 will be given. Apply betwcei, the 'hours rt i J M M morning, or S and 5 m the afternoon at No 101, Vhistr(^, ffl j^JN SALE, AT THE WATERLOO WAR^jfll ^-^ house, good Pork, per the Cask, at Gd. per uJR| ?^'/'RAYED TROM MY F.AmL^T^A^lPUWjJBm ^5 TOWN, a light chesnnt Filly, rising- 3 y«-ars «h1^^ with n star on Tier forciiiifid, switched tail. SlicisniimijcrpdundrtKi .t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

SALES BY AUCTION. ,? BY MR. LYONS, Oiivi liursd.iy next, the 4th infant, at 10 o'clock, in the IVFarket ? ' - place, Sydney, ' - fa HANDSOME THOROLJGH BRED BLOOD ,._LJa. Horse, of the Hector breed ; out of a very' su perior mare ; goes well eillier in saddle or harness. .'' A negociable bill, at three mouths, will be taken for Hit* pur ' chase of the same, or discount allowed fur cash. BY Mtt. LYONS, On Friday the 5th January, and following day, at 11 o'clock, at thi- residence of Mrs. Jones. No. 1, York-street, hear the npiJE WHOLE HOUSEHOLD 1'URNITURE, -**- &i\ ; consisting1 of chairs, tables, sofas, hml steads, beds and bedding, horse hair maltrasses, cliests of drawers, ? J.iokiiiii-glnsses, a handsome' time-piece, desert and breakfast services, rich cut glass, silver ten- put, sugar bason and luilk pot, - silver table, tea and desert spoons, a handsome plated tea urn, Jin** shirting, fancy silks ; with a ?variety of other goods. The whole to be sold without reserve. Con...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

*J -vou| GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I T IIJ'jIlAI- SKCBETAn'?! OlTlCB, DEC. 22, 182G. 7iyi-ijDNS WILLING TO [CONTRACT TO rfi 'ne-tt,,;,. a,,,i Alter the Court House, at Penrith, c asjigxn a Specification whjch'iuay be seen, on application i lfle to tlie Magistrates at that place, to Mr. Aird, at I tr' ''$*?'? or t0 llie Civil Engineer at Sydney. »»«? requested | pit j lit their Tmnlers in writing to t!iis- Oirice, by twelve -J I ffii Wednesday, the 3d of January. ?H U-i U i' ''' oc reHlu'rC1' fnrtlie tlue perfoinance of the work. g, o, ft Command of his Excellency the Governor, ;? .k -1''* ? Ax.ex. AI'Le.ly. }' m ? — . ? — fm QUARTER SESSIONS. . i'STICEISIIEREUY GIVEN, THAT GENE 6i fRAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE 4' & Colony of New South Wales, will be holden at Lrvcr. ? ? 'Jbn Tucsdav the secontUa.v of January-next ;: ftt-Wifiasor, !1»T» 'fnosriny liTe .ninth day of the said' month ot January ; at 'iffu'v. ''?» TucsdayHlid sixteenth day of the said month of l^'fiary ; mid at New...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

..We relinqirsh all further commentary on the topic win— has a^-i'tated the Colony for the_ inst six weeks. Tender ness' for the Authorities would long since have induced us to abstain from keeping it before the public; but the te nffejity wilh which the defence of the. obnoxious procetci 'ngs has been carried on, and the utter' disregmd of truth which has been manifested, have called forth continued ob servations from us, and constrained us to write (though we deemed oar animadversions of the 25th Nov. sufficiently ?evere) till it became evident to every body, that the whole Colony to h man coincided with us. From whut we have recently heard, we are willing to ac quit 'the Authorities'' of all participation in the course which 1ms been pursued by the. advocates of cruelty. We ruivesome reason now to know, that they disapproved' it Few, forsooth, could imagine that they shouid desire tn see such a discussion protracted— carried on as it was on their behalf, wiLliuHt eveu the re»3iab...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 January 1827

SHIP NEWS. On Sunday last arrived the cutter Fanny, Captain Simpson, from Hobart Town. Lading, Sundries.           Monday the brig Lord Rodney, from Macquarie Island. Same day sailed the ship Hugh Crawford, for Hobart Town. We are favoured (says a Cape Paper) with the following extract of a letter from a House of the highest respectability at Rio de Janeiro, dated 30th of July, 1826. We are as deficient of flour and grain in this market     as you are at the Cape. The heavy losses sustained by people about 11 months ago having discouraged specula- tions, we are in fact without any supply of ordinary wheat or flour whatever. The late sale of United States fine flour, fresh and good, were at 14,5000 reis per barrel ; of An- twerp wheat, 3,200 per alqueira ; our prices, therefore, hold out great inducement to speculate from your Colony, should you have an abundant harvest next season." &n...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1827

?*-??? . . . ..-- - - .. ? : .-? GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan, 5,1827. TO THE IRUSTEES OP THE CLEltGY AND SCHOOL LAN'DS OP.THE COLONY; IN l»6rRSUANfB OP THE JKING^S ROYAL ''Charter iir that behalf, his Excellency the Gover ifor hereby convenes a Special General Meeting of the -said * Trustes*, to be iieid at the Cougicil Chamber, on Thursday next the 11 ill iuatant, at twelve o'clock. * ? , By Command of, his Excellency, ,'-/ ? Alex. AI'Leay. Commissariat Office, Sydney, Jan. 4, 1827. BUA1;BAY.*.-CONVEYANCE BEING RE , QUIRED to Bombay, for about \ 8 Officers, and, „ ' * ' 220 Non-commissioned Officers and Privates, with' a propor tionate .number of Women and Children, to leave this by the # '20 th of the present month, . Commanders, or^heir ^geijts, who may be disposed to mnke an offer of their ships for tliatservice, are requested to address me, ' at 12 o'clock, on Saturday next. Their letters to he endorsed, '* ^Tender of Conveyance.' '-, ' „ ?^Further parti...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1827

, JLj, byu:.tha ;HmJersignejl,|S,to sanyfJJp^rspin]?v^v]Jij9^rn^HH bring into Sydney five Bullocks, which have got' astray' Vromv KB Uh pad(lock'af;m*e Halfway* House on the^aframkta^oaa^jK| riiieaiisiii)fAhc.ft!nec;l)ay.ing ,been.,burnt.; .J,t»|jiI -? ?-*» -,--?.- -d &i-iS -'^ i--!H 'f Description of the beasts areas follows:; — Brnntled-and 'imi-HS 1 heVed 3; lil.'Jlii,'red aiid white'spbHted/-Sviih'wliite-'stripVao«ri*HB :the' fiicej crooked: nose; and, u.[irigli-- horns ; .. J .-F. 142, , black, -, ?!? Sffi F. 112, red, with white back and tail, and 'two liind-lepb wh'iteV'^H JiW lib;' briridle' and ' white^J.rF-; WW1 red^ani^liiteyUitii^ short hprns.v --:;v»: w ?„' .) ---J; -hl.vw&ii zx:;i-*.i!i %i* ?'-(** '.'?'-.': H These .bullocks are supposed .to have got down towards George's; Kg River/brin tliatilirectioh.'-^ s-a- *'?^ -/:j ft-!^^£*^; i-H i:,;-il i-,v m«i !;?-;:?.?'? .-, : :: :?„?;;-* -A^''^;'»!rA^IP?siEfi^^'::-l|i , Cast!ereagh-street,.jpec.Jl^.l82C. __ ,...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1827

QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HERE » Y UIVEN, 'THAT ORNE RAfc QUAa'J'EIL SESSIONS of. the PEACH for ilic Colony of New South Wales, will -be holilen at Liver piiul.o » Tuesday tjit second day of January next; at Windsor, 01; Tuesday ' tlifc' ciirltlt 'day of 'the said/ iuuntli ft January ; al £--ditey, on Tuesday the sixteenth dny of the said month of. January; »««* at Newcastle, on Tucsday'tlie twentieth day of February next, at which places respectively nit persons under rcrugin/aneefc, to appeal, either to prosecute or defend, will be required 10 give their attendance at ton o'cluck in Uip forenoon. bubpouiHs to be obtained at my office. - , ? - , iFBEDEHlOl^ GaRLINO, t - ' Clerk of tin* Ponce. NOTICE.' ~ ~ TUB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OP ' the lyit'inbers of this ' Australian Subscription library,' will be held at the Sydney Hotel, on Thursday the UtJi jmttuit, at two o'clock p. m. T. DS hA. CONDASIIN?, Secretary. Sd Jan. 1827. ? , ..& ' SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. - TPfcOCTOR' H...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS.—(JAN. 4.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS-tCJan. 4.^1 -The tardiness with which- arrivals connuto'market.'o,f late; ias materially enhanced the value Ti)f \yireat pai ^ticulaily.^, l'his article was picked up 'by biiy'ersv'tlibugh at a? trifling lllvance froili 'lilSt whpIc. 'I'lm mnrt-»t-W!tK --lnnpi-rl onrlvi i\i«ii/.e ui good sample sold freely, fully supporting- ladt quo-, lutious. , jfarley is steady in price, .iFlour hat; undergone no alteration this wetek: '-' ?°-**~-}:'-i '? i-^s-^i ; ;::,,v' .;;'u. J 372 ' -? : . sold at per Bush.. ^'0'' 5 ;Cj-^ 19U . -, - - .,: '. -0 5 3 x60 :,.-_,:. ? - ' - - '0 -fi 0 7 SB Total sold . ?,'--?; J^;,. ?; , * Average Price of Wheat -. - 'o£0, & ^0 ' , Ditto of maize - '-; - vp' ; 3 ' 9 ' Barley - - -;v; - 6;.O ,0 ' : ? Fine Flour 15s. Od. stg. per.cwt.' - ;-. .-mjb-'& i .- '?? . ,-,_ Seconds do. l;{s. Oil. per do., , , ^ . Poflard, 2s. Od. perbubher *. ? ???;^,-i . :..-?? Bran, Is. o'd; clittol ' ' '?'?' ].JV '{' '?:?'? i - ;^;/tv!-c Potatoes, 12s. Od:...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1827

jmitation: . ,; , ']'. Know ye the, laiul ^ ibftcre tfte,.c]/pn« and myrtle1'.-* '%&$&?? ''Are emblems.of^ 'deeds thitdre'done in their'clime' '?:?. -pu- vf ;v ,,' 4'w';J.;;-:f-^/ j;; ;; ? ( Bride, of Abydoti)? Know ye the .land, where, no pain and no sorrow' ? ? .- ?-, Stiall darken tlie brow, or shall bow down Ihe head :.;&/ ?: ; :-Where no grief of -to-dajy; and; no. thought bfito'-niorrowif' i sirv»'-jShfdl rpach^tjie glad;hea|rt,,.or,a|)pa{tittwitl^dreacl.^:- ' .:; ^ Kilo w. ye tlie lariu,pf tiie-.spifits'bf'jjeaceV J Z r~':.'M^^' ?'''? ?: '??'{ -' iWlifere'tlie '?jb^S'nevep.re8seii;,/(he-rhy.mns\-heIyAri\ce^^:;*:r'ji|' ;| j , j^.'lierjjjthe friendfi.pf .our, .bosom, iliere .lost in jthe-.tonib, ^#i | ' 7 $I»a)i meet usag'amJev'er m-e'cjfroih' its'gJoorn^' *-?'? ! '*irrs | '' ?'\yiie?e-the:iiearts,' now,diviUf4, ainited'{slialLres|t,V:.!:,'; i :f\\ A' : j^ And.b|5.healed,Qf.J!i^jr-woes(ih(tlie;bpwpr of;. the blest r ;.- \ ' Y WliWrc the 'tears shall not ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 January 1827

We were fain to : believe,-ori assurances reaching us to that effect, that none of 'the 'Members of the Government had any ' participation in the course' which has been pursued by the Advo ™/««ffiri»-/(ii.' in relation to the fate of Sudds and Thomson. It was.- difficult If - persuade us certainly, that the ?? Official O'iioAn' of :'lhe 'Government would dare to publish the manifold untruths respecting those men, or indulge in an uninterrupted ? train of personal 'abuse, ': Unless urgod to these nets of indiscre tion by the. Members, or some of them, of Government. While we remained sceptical, .while we gave credit to the Authorities   for prompting directly '.or' iridirecti}'. a mode o/ defence which indicated nothing but despair; we steadily adhered to the dis cussion, making the case plainer at every step -we advanced, and by this means we fully protected the public from delusion— this wns our only object, and our only wish. We were sutisfe.l with the comments which ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 January 1827

To the Editor of the Australian. Sir, -.- It is a pleasure to perceive the cleverness and ability dis played in many of the letters of your Correspondents, on ques tions by no means of easy solution, such as duties on imports. I have thought a good deal on tins subject,' and Jvave conversed with some of the best informed, men in Sydney] respecting it. Jiid I candidly confess to you a prohibitory duty on tobacco and spirits, in ray opinion, for a few: years, will do an. immense deal uf good for New South Wales. The soil should have our first care. Wheat, majzc, and livestock, protect themselves by their^ bulk and expense, of carriage, but , tobacco and. .spirituous li-* quors being valuable things in a small bulk, 'will Be carried all over the world where there is any commodity to pay for them. If Colonial spirits are encouraged by taking the duty off, or by putting a heavier one on the foreign sorts, why should not Aus tralian whiskey be, in a few yea'rs, as celebrated as Fern tosh ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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WESTERN PORT AND THE EXPEDITION. (Extract of a Letter, written by gentleman on board the Dragon at Western Port, dated Dec. 27 1826 to his [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 January 1827

WESTERN PORT AND TFJE EXPEDITION. (Extract of a Letter, wntten by a gentlemhn on board the Dragon, at Western' Port.- dated Dec. 9.7. IRWi-1 in hi* 4\-i^..r ,.i c,..i*T,... \ --._ ^ _.-,--„__„ _«w, *^'| *«j*-»^j us itia f i (U/if( lit O If Ut Hill ? 1 -. £' We performed our voyage from Sydnoy to this piace in. ' sixteen days, having experienced some strong gales and 'm heavy weather, which compelled us to put into Twofold Bay, as also into . Sealer's Cove. The Amity parted com pany, anu we aid not tall in witli her afterwards ;? but?sW--- . pose she proceeded at onccto her destination. * ' * ' The advantages expected to be realized from;thisip!ace ' I venture to predict, will never 'accrue,;they 'bavins? b^gS1' vastly overrated. No anchorage near ? the.l'shoie;r-vhiciiJ is, accessible even by boats, only at high water;' and of , fresh water there is a general scarcity.* The land is very good in patches, wells calculated for a- few settlers, but by no means adapted for a government s...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 January 1827

G O V KRX * I EN T NOT I C to. Cpi.»MAL Secuemiiv's Offich, .F a .V. 5, -IS'27. 'TO THE 'JRUSrEivS OP THE CLERGY AND SCHOOL LANDS 'OF THE COLONY. |TT-N PURSUANCE OK THE ..KING'S ? -IIOY'AL | JL Charter in. that behalf, Ins Excellency tho Go'vur 1 nor hcicby convenes n Special Goneial Meeting of the Mii« ? 'I'rusiess, torbchuld nt the Council Ciiamber, on Thursday nc.xl i the illh instant, at twelve o'clock. ' - By Command of his Excellency, - ' Ar,n-;. M'L-eay. QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT GENE RAL QUARTER. SESSIONS of tho' PEACE (or the Colony of New South .Wales, will - be holden-nt Liver j]nol,on Tuesday (lie --oc--nd tlnv of January next; at Windsor, tin Tuesday the ninth day of the said month el' January ; nl ifydney, i'ni-''l ut'silay tf-e - sixteenth day of, the said rnuuth of ? jfnifiiarv ; »'d nt Newcastle, on Tuesday tin.* twentieth dn3' of | L'Y'briiaiy next-, at which places respectively nil persons under ; recognisances to.appeai, either to prosecute o...

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