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The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1842. Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." TICKET-OF-LEAVE VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

The Sydney Morning Herald.     TUESDAY, OCTOBER l8,1842. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." TICKET-OF-LEAVE VOTERS. We are informed that the Citizen Roll of Sydney is actually adorned with the names of a goodly number of Her Majesty's servants holding Tickets-of-Leave ! Now as, by Act of Parliament, a ticket of-leave man can hold no property, can neither sue nor be sued, nothing can be plainer than that he is legally disqualified to exercise the privilege of the municipal franchise. And it is equally clear that   the man who, under these circumstances,   has the audacity to foist his name into the Citizen Lists, is guilty of a gross impo- sition, and insults the whole body cor- porate. We may add, it is not less obvious that it is the duty of the Government, in whom the property of these men is vested by law, to take every possible precaution to prevent their perpetrating so henious an offence against good manners and public mo...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

DEPARTURES. For Moreton Bay, yesterday, the schooner John Pirie, Captain Duke, with a general cargo. Passengers—Mr. Coley, Miss Marell, Messrs. Beardmore, Hardie, Amos, Samson, Cronim, Richardson, John and James Wood. For Guam, the same day, the brig Dawson, Captain Price, in ballast. Passengers—Mr. J. Smith and Mr. Bennett. For Guam, the same day, the barque Tyrian, Captain Clarkson, in ballast. For China, the same day, the bark Austral- asian Packet, Captain Hill, with coals, &c. Passengers—Mr. Alleyne and Mr. Cook.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS: MAY 27. GOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

I HOUSE OF COMMONS : MAY 27. I QOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND. Lord Stanley, in moving to bring in a bill to provide for the government of Newfound- land, said, that in 1831, a constitution had been granted to that colony, upon its under- taking to bear its own expenses. The charter was not granted by act parliament, but an act wns passed enabling the Crown to dispose of the revenue-and what he now wished wns to enable the Crown to extend the franchise. He did not propose to enter into the circum- stances which caused the constitution of the colony to be in abeyance. The late Governor lind reported that he could again summon an assembly : mid the late Secretary for the Co- lonies had authorised tho suspension of the constitution until a report had been made, and a committee of the House of Commons was appointed to inquire into the circumstan- ces of the colony. That committee had been put nu end to by the dissolution of parlia- ment, and it only made a partial inquiry as to the religiou...

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SCANDALOUS MISREPRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

SCANDALOUS MISREPRESENTA. TIONS. In the Times of the 16th May, there ap- peared a letter, purporting to have been received by a gentleman in Belfast from a friend iu New South Wales, dated Sydney, November 27, 1841, abounding with the grossest exaggerations of our monetary embarrassments, and mentioning by name a number of our most eminent landowners and merchants as having either actually stopped parmcnt, or being notoriously in- solvent. We at first intended to insert the letter in the article we are now writing » but on maturer consideration, we think we should thereby cause much pain to many of our respectable colonists, without any counterbalancing Advantage to the com- munity at large. As a sample of the wholesale slander in which this unprinci- pled calumniator of his country delights, we quote just one passage :-? " Take any twenty names at haphazard, whether town or country merchants or settlers, and you will not meet with two in tohent circumstances. This I firmly believe ...

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THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. (From the Times, June 9,) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

THE CIIURCn OF SCOTLAND, j (tram the Times, June 9,) I Havjng entertained no high expectation of any prudent or pacific measures from the Scotch General Assembly at this time, we feel the less disappointment at the re- sults of their deliberations. But we were scarcely prepared for the extravagant pre- tensions which they have advanced, or the extreme pains which they have taken to damp the exertions of the friends of the Establishment, and to gratify the malevo- lence of its enemies. . If the resolutions of the General As- sembly are to be viewed as fair exponents of the general feeling of the clergy, or of the lay churchmen of Scotland, we should despair, or, at least very greatly despond, as to the probable adjustment of the ex- isting disputes. The Assembly hns in substance declared that the "main cause" of the Church's difficulties is one of which the removal is not to be looked for. The great source of the evil is said to be the existence of patronage, the abolition of which i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. -~-"' m. ----r.~T VIVS BOOK OOIV/TXZ?UaD SAX.B. Iky« R. BRENNAND will Sell the remaining IvJL portion of the Land adjoining the in- tended Race Course, Five Dock Farm, THIS B V B N I N G, the 18th instant, at Seven o'clock p. ra., at the Royal Hotel, aad as it is the intention of the spirited proprietor to dispose of the Whole on that evening, he has fixed on the 5th November to point out the lots to intending purchasers -a free passage in the Steam Packet, and a Lunch on the ground, will be provided. Thirty-six acrei of the choicest portion ol the RACE COURSE, divided into convenient allotments, suitable to mechanics, and persons of small capital, -desirous of securing a portion of this valuable land, which, notwithstanding (he great mer- cantile depression existing for some time psst, ha« steadily risen ia value, as recent tates will sliow. The Auctioneer, in offering this property to public competition, has no difficult task to ac- complish in representing its s...

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TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

TITLE DEEDS. colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 4th October, 1812. The undermentioned Deeui have been transmitted from this Office to the Registrar of the Supreme Court, to ha b» lum forwarded, through tlje Slirveyuv-Uen» ral, lo \\)u Culonial-1'ruftsiirer, by whom no- tification of their receipt at h¡3 Office wi|| La made to the Grantees by letter, nftpj which they will be dolivered on appljpation, viz.i 'Iown Allotments,-Purohases under the existing Regulations i Advertisement of 10th April, 1837; Deed dated 10th September, 1842. 1. Elizabeth Jenkins,113 perchcs,Sydney,lot52. Advertisement of 22nd July, 1S4Ù ; Desd dated Jth August. 18*2: 2, Ü Benje^jn »ni S. Benjamin, us tenants jrj pommon, 1 roodi, Poitland, )qt3,8.t JVdvertisenient of Cth April, 1842':' Deeds dated 27th July, 1842: 3-41, William Hopkins, 1 rood each, Windsor, lou 21, 23, 31, 32. 7, S. L. C. Galloway, lrood, Wind^qr-, ]qt M. 8.. W, Mannix, 2 roods, Muruiiibah, lot ¿ti. Portion ok Lind.-Advertisement of 12th Ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

Mf'JJJL.1 ? ?! «lULJl-Ut. -.,-1-JUUU__1,U Tor 7ervi* Bay, Srou'-ee, and nCorwjH. y FF r*pIIE «lle fa8t »»Hing cutter ^céçwK 1 ROSE, 'SSmIS^ having part of her cargo engaged, «JSxëgSB** will positively sail on Wednesday, the 19th, Has excellent accom- modations for passenger.", For further particu Isr« apply to Frederick Walker, the master, on board, at »algarno'n wharf, pr Mr, K, M'Ken» sie, King street, Sydney. 6/17 f Var {no Fßtoraon Uiver ana Morpotrj. THE une fast tailing cutler WILLIAM, .«. Su?* 3" tons burthen, h'1 room for ?s^SK^SKy? thwe tons pf good» only, and will sail on Wednctdav Evening, Apply to Citarles Perry, Thorn's Whnrf, or JOHN GIBLE1T, 5172 90, Pitt-street. FOB VAIfAXAIlO, TO SAIL IMMEDIATELY, IHE FINE Al SCHOONER ylt/.ÎÛ/irOi!, 198 tons, Co3k, commander, For freight or passage apply to the commander, on bcaid, or to CAMPBELL and CO. Campbell's Wharf. October 17. 5J43 TOS VAL7A8A.IIO. X JTi" 'T' H £ fir.e fast soiling brig *W§fKv * PACK HT, «¿WTKJ^ 350 topi rrgl...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

BOBcaaTxc xnrvBXi&xoBii-ca. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Monday. Before the Chief Commissioner, proofs of claims. In the estate of William Yates, a third meeting : Thomas Haydon, £76 Os. 5d. ; H. A. Graves, £4 10s.; S. and E. Seröse, £9 18s.; John Walker, £9 is. 6d. The meeting allowed this insolvent his wearing apparel and household furniture. In the estate of Thomas Robinson, a third meeting : A. Elias, £33 3s. ; James Reynolds, £9 15s. 3d.; James Reynolds, £6 14s.; Thomas W. Bowden, (subject to a set-ofTJ £2G 13s. Iii the estate of Thomas Gore and Co., an adjourned meeting : Dahnahoy Campbell, £204 18s. 2d. In the estate of Charles Pownall : William Todd, £28 11s.; R. Thomson and Co., £28 ; Thomas Holmes, £31 17s.; Edward Sala mon, £3. In the estate of Georgiana Kinnear, a second meeting : Gosling, Brown, and Co., £405 16s. 3d. ; C. L. D. Fattorini, £1,021 12s. Od, ; H. O. Ayrane, £28 17s. lOd. ; Hughes and Hosking, £160 14a. lid. ; Morris Castle, £79 8s. 9d. ; G. F. Wise, £42...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney. - No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in andvance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country. - No new Sub scribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed; the subscription in advance   being £1 11s. 6d. per half year; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all cases, whether in Town or   Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recoveri...

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TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842

TITLE DEEDS. Colonial Secretary's Offlce, Sydney, 8th   October, 1842.-The undermentioned Deeds of Grant, executed in pursuance of Reports made by the Commissioners, have been sub mitted from this Office to the Registrar of the Supreme Court, to be by him forwarded through the Surveyor General to the Colonial Treasurer, by whom notification of their receipt at this office will be made known to the Grantees hy letter, after which they will be delivered on application, viz :- , Town Allotments,-Decision dated Mt» August, IS 10: Deed datsd 18th August, 1812¡ G80. N. Pay ton, in trust, 1 rood ana 31 porches, Field'of Mars, Parrainât»! leased to J. Higgi. Decision dated Oin m> 1812: Deed dated 18th August, 1842: 78S. P. Quigley, 11 perches, parish of St. J»"10"' Sydney. Decisions dated 9th ApnUWj1 Deed dated 27th July, l8« : T»l. ». Ai Bryant,, 2 roods at Ben ima: original done«, J. Harper. Deed dated 5th Auguit.18«: 8.30. J. H. Grose, 1 rood 29 perches, hela.« Mars, Parr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. A vax r X O V B R T T . ALVAN LY LODGE. : THE PRSSKNT KESIDENCB Or Dm. IM ITU. IN BOURKE-STRRET. Vf R. STUBBS h»» rr.-eived instructions to' ÍTJL announce for Public Competition, on MONDAY, the 24th day of October, 18i2, at hil Roon», King-street, tale to commence st twelve o'clock, the above most desirable Villa! Residence tad Grounds, as per particulars' handed to him, vit : ? A Wilily Lodge, Surry Hills, 100 ynrJs beyond' the boundary of the City of Sydney, is ap- proached by a carriage entrance through a. beautiful flower garden and shrubbery. j The House has a handsome verandah, with) six rooms and entrance hall-«Iso a detached' kitchen with range, boiler, and oven-also a: butler's pantry and sleeping room above for six: men: attached to the house is a Urge and con- venient pantry, with a store room 21 feet by 14. YARD. A new brick four stalled stable and double: coach house, over which is a large bed room for : coachman, and loft capable ot holding 8 tons of ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTJQIf. a» 4k'lrqçi of nil titi Pvklw S¡al» which THIS BAY» MR. Öj,^pKM^ij.-:At the residence of R. (joouef, Esq., on the Old South Head Road, nearly opposite Juniper Hull, at ll o'clock, Household Furniture. ' MK. S.LYONS.-Athis Mart, at ll o'clock, Verandah Cottage, Görden, Orchard,, p4 Îfifty MHllAing -Allotments al Unrwood, Chaises, Gig, and Cabriolet, pair Carriage, Horses, &c. MR.STUBUB.-At the Matt, at I o'clock, Town Property and Wharf, Allotments adjoining the Gas Works, Kent-street.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 18.-Defiance, 16, Hall, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries: Jane Scott, 3(i, Milne, for thc M'Leny, with tiindricr: lite, 12, Toole, for Kiama, with sundries ; Alligator, 10. Storer, for Jervis Bay, with lundrir*; Fly, 10, for Jerringong, with sundries; Martha, 121, Weill, for Newcaitle, in ballast ; Jmiatlry, 19, Johnson, for the Moruya, with Biiiidrii-i ; and Lanita, IO, Croad, for Morpeth, with sundries.

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

nsw* l-aorrx THI XSTEKIOS. (From our varioui Corretpontltnti.) ILLAWARRA. A sTEAW flour-mill hu been lately creeled at I Dapto; by Mr: Brown, thc diltírritiiini; and .piriled proprietor of the Illawarra Hotel : it 1 hos thc merit, rare in this district, of being o substantial and costly building, ornamental as well as useful-its substantivity mid me- tallic ? - - ' eof thc a y attributes, there is always a power in (he of a builder to make that appenr good and nd lo thc eye, which, upon Investigation, ..... of Mr. Bloomfield, was a sufficient I guarantee that every tiling which skilful hands ' A sound heall Co til d do, with good ina 'oadside, thc approach is easy. Thc engineer [ iud miller informed mc that it is capable of j grinding twenty-four bushels per hour; who wiuld withhold from tile i praise which is his due, for erecting such a costly work. The mau who, in such times, and in an infant country, expends so large a sum of money ns this mill lias eost, must bo Considered by e...

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VESSELS LAID ON FORTH IS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FORTH IS COLONY. FRO» LO*DOH DIRECT.-Spartan, .400 Macey, merchandise, Ind sailed. Oin' Moore, June 15. Edén, «0. Boyo, chan dite, May 10. Harlequin, 330, Hai Samuel. John Woodhall. Potthumout, Milner, June 15. FaoKLtvcarooi.-.Herl, 230. Fftou PORT PtfiLLir.-Falcon, ichooner. FRO» HOBART Tow-*.-Ufarían Wattot schooner. Oratara, schooner, Ellis. Can line, brig. FROK LAUKCMTO«. - Dilorafi, sclioons: Sosrate*, G/atit. FROM NE Shamrock, i_ , schooner, Cook. Sutannah Ann, schoi Anderson. Perteoeranee, schooner. Chal- lenger, schooner. Bröthen, Bruce. Eleanor br¡z. S ucee* t, schooner. Catherine, schoonsi IGO.Bannatyne. U allua, 263. Brown. Jltgia Kyle. Guiar, brio;. Amioell, Hessic. Faox TUS SOUTH SEA ISLAMS.-Alfred, brig, 140, Graut. Coqm" Mat (ison. FROM IXDIAX ISLES.-Cheerful, schovner^ 123 tons, Patrick. Royal George, 500, TUchards. Sherm, brig, llafaella, 281, TRI«.. Zouiia, 300, Pallot. Laura, brig, Cochley. Persian, 3*7, Milligan. Gulnare, brig. Cíí^y of* Aberdeen,...

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DAIRY. Memorandum for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

Ktntruaua for Tbl* Bay, Mj yI 5 34 I 6 VS I 8 30 I 8 5* Fall Moon, Oct. 19,10 m. put 9, night.

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LAW INTELLEGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—FOURTH TERM. BEFORE their Honors the Three Judges in Banco. [?] V. WALEAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

%k* HMikUeMieh, ? i SUPREME COUUT.-FOUIÏH Ten». BEFOSS their Honors the Three Judges in Tbli was an application to tuc Court, on tte pirt of the defendant, lo grant a commis- sion to examine witnesses in langland, and to postpone the trial until such commission should have been returned. The cate hod been before ibe Court on a previous occasion, when the parties agreed to come before one of tho judges in Chambers to lettie the case. They hod accordingly attended, but without eventually coming to tern», and «off the application wai renewed. Tho commission «ai granted, nnd the trial ordered to be postponed; Ino money, thc subject of thc action, to bo paid into Court by the defendant within fourteen day* Tho Solicitor-Oenerufaiid Mr. Windeyer appeared to support tm application for a new trial in thia Cate, on tho ground that thc plaintif? had not sustained any lo» by thc ?eduction of lui daughter, for the séduction ol whom thc nc lion wu brought; and also on ihepround of excesi of damn...

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SHIPPING INTELLEGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

lunifiiMHUiuei. i ARRIVAL. Faem ?ort Phillip, rMteïâay, bavin* left the fllh imlMit. tbe barquo Cmnti, 238 toni, Captain DaUton, with part of original çargo. raiiengcn-Captain Briggl, Mr. M'Dowall, and Mr. Smith.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

COASTEIIS INWARDS. October 18.- Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, from the . Hnwkeibury,31,C<MshM>gle»; »nd Counttu ¿J Willan, 111, Wheatland, from Newcastle, with coal».

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