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DEPARTURES.—NONE. CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

DEPARTURES.-ÎÎOKB. CLEARANCES. For Hobart Town, the bricantiuc, Tahiti, Captain Finnie, with coala, cedar, 4c. Pas* »engen-Mr. Beverley Suttor, Mr. Watson, , Mr. Forbes, Mr. Whitford, and Jane ,

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

BIRTHS. At Wollongogn, on the 15th instant, Mrs. R. Davidson, of a son. At her residence, Abercrombie - place, George-street, on Tuesday, October 18, Mrs. Cormack, of a daughter.   MARRIED. At St. Andrew's Church, by special license, by the Rev. Mr. Grills, Mr. Charles Whittaker, of George-street, Sydney, to Ann Maria Bayliss, second daughter of Mr. John Bayliss, of Richmond. DEATH. At his residence, Entally, near Launceston, on the 3rd instant, Thomas Reibey, Esq., eldest son of Mrs. Reibey, of Sydney, and for many years a magistrate of Van Diemen's Land.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. WEEKLY RETROSPECT OF THE MONEY MARKET. (From the Atlas, June 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

V SKrO&XSXZ »XTBilOTB, -mm^_ WEEKLY RETROSPECT OE THE MONEY MARKET. . .' (hrom thc Atlas, .hine\\.) FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1842.- The, Money,.Market has been move settled than it was last week since the Commercial Bills, dite on the 4th instant, were disposed of. Thc rate of discount charged by the large houses for first class paper remains steady at 3¿ per cent. ; and four per cent, has, in some cases, been paid for bills having four months to run. No alteration of moment- appears to be expected until near the payment of thc quarterly divi- dends; but, judging by the position of the market townrds the close of the last one, fWe consider it premature to come to; that conclusion. The rate of interest on loans on British securities has. declined to 3 per cent, on the Stock Exchange, and Ex- chequer Bills have advanced, as high as .48 and 50 premium. Thc extraordinary ad- vance in these securities has created some ¡ surprise, .as so far from their being a corr J responding ri...

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VA[?] DI[?]N'S LAND EXTRACTS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE.—No. 256. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 29, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

VA» nia ww x.àmn mito», .).-?. y 0 îV .Hoï ColonialSecretaiy's Office, . ?<: s ;. .September 29, í842. ?.< IHK Lieutcnant-Governor directs it to be notified, that fdr the better discipline and reformation of >üóh convicts as have served their allotted periods in the primary gangs, he has determined to distribute them in: the private''service of the colo- nists, and to sanction, their receiving a low rate of wages. I. Persons obtaining the services of, *" sufeh ponvicts, to do so, subject to thc fol-; flowing and , such further conditions arid "regulations ns thc Government may from time..to,time establish. ?.*'..' .."j .2/All applications to bc made to tile ?wjBbarcV for the distribution of convict scr . jAyants on' wages. '. <?>}y't Applicants tostate place of residence,^ |,,;éxtçnt of. land in occupation, amount in cult ivation, and the number of l'ree¿ tickct leave,. and assigned . men servants they1 titeln case of approval,, an order upon a...

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

. 4 ? «haw tfje partiç-i^i; atye^ioji fif {heir SijbsQ^bev? '^r. fötwtiQ-ft ôfçhrvrgms Ha per mh «H açcQuniâûf upward« of «Ix wvnlUs standing. kEMP AND FAIRFAX, j ^er<M Office, August 22, rpHB' Port Mitqolrie íteU» JMS^^ , MAITLAND -. ; wilt leave ihe Commercial Wharf far Ne wea« tie and Port Macquarie To-aaorrow Evening, at lis o'clock. ' HENRY PRESCOTT. October 19. 55SÏ ros KOMToar BAT irr-- rpHS Schooner NANCY, 60 ^ra^v X toni, R. H. Sherída», matter, «Ul aail on Sunday next. Fer gU^Xígá» freight or passage apply onboard, at the Queen's Wharf, or to MR. THORNTON, 5503 Custom Heine. ros &AVvoa«Toar »zsso*. WITH IMMBDIATR DISPATCH. . r-r- fpIIB clipper BRIGANTINB *<»BM^ -?- ' WARLOCK, Grand, muter. For freight .ÍS±í i*'^ai or passage apply on board, at the Queen's Wharf, to K. L. Dickson, [Esq., or to RIC II ARD DA W80N, 5507 ' Lower Georgy -street. ! Mattoe to stripper* far Hobart Te>vna tua* . , «4elsU£e. ' À ITEr HW* *MiIA will poiitifaly jfflM, ...

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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." - METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 10TH TO 16TH OCTOBER, 1842. -. MOON S AGE. O-i 45' P.M. 8 " ; 0 10 ll 12 BAROMETER. 29-66 29-41 29-48 29-31 29-12 29-47 29-39 29-60 29*36 29-31 29-21 29-24 29-40 29-84 29-57 29-43 29-24 29-18 29-30 29-40 29-31 29-57 29-53 29*28 29-17 29*38 29-41 29-32 ATTACHED THERMOMETER. .61 65 65 67 69 60l 59' 69 69 -69 71 77 65 65 .67 65 67 6!) 66 63 64 64 65 67 67 61 62 62 DETACHED THERMOMETER. 63 64 68 68 69 60 58 74 66 70 7* 84 65 66 64 60 64 67 63 57 .o-oi not 1-100 W.byS.. E., N.E.", to N.by E. J W.N.W., N.by W., -W.-N.Wi, W.byS., \ S.. S.S.E., W.S.W. W.S.W., N.E., to N.N.E. W., N.E., N.by E., N.byW., N. W.S.W:, W. by N., W. W.S.W., E.S.E., E.byN. W.S.W., E.S.E., E., N.E. GENERAL REMAMCS. MONDAY, 10TH.-Gentle westerly wind until eleven, A.M.. afterward easterly breezes veering north, and freshening during the afternoon. Sky cloudless all day ; toward sunset very hazy and raw ; evening...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDECE. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

OAlOXltAXi oomiroirsiaoB. To thc EdUoneflht Saints Morning Herali. OZUTLSUCK,-Thero wa« a time when the frenzy of speculation raged tho fiercest, and when the general opinion was, (hat wc were pressing onwards without fear of interruption to a pitch of greatness unrivalled by any of the colonies, that few scnsîlilo to ridiculo would have ventured to prognosticate a limit to our prosperity, and to whisper aught un- favourable to tho country would havo been considered an act deserving of the severest censure. That time, however, has now gono by, our adversity has schooled us into a more reasonable way of thinking, and I do not he litólo to enter freely Into inc subject nf our distress, nat in the presumptuous attempt to enlighten my fellow-colonists, bul to use my humble endeavours to destroy in some men sure tho contrariety of opinion, which boa gone «broad respecting, not only our present circumstances, but nlio of our future nro( ptels." Il ii »til known lit'ilu,lle»l>l« o'i,l&g...

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

-p- :' , TKKMg OF SUBSCRIPTION. " '. " 1 Siidney Fifteen Shillings per Quarter. Single Numbers, Sixpence. Country, Seventeen Shillings und Sixpence per Quarter. . ' Ten per cent, discount for. payment in advance, and ten per cent, added if accounts are allowed to run over six months. J . .'. . . .. . '. CASH TERMS POR ADVERTISEMENTS. , ;. . For one inch and under, Two Slùltjnys and ^Sixpence, and One ¿¡liHluty for ¿vern additional inch, -fpr-eaeff insertion. the "SÏDNBÏ MüiiNiNo HKUALD" j« l'vblished every Mommy ( Sundays excepted) ; and thc Quarters end the aist March, mk June, 30th September, and Sis« December ? at, which oeriodi OKI V rn,, v"i,.~..-i - ir i ~ TT~. ~, I i " i I r~~ , ? . . ., ? .1.~ ' 77" ~ 7 , ' . ' ~. , . . , ' 11 : intended to be inserted, or they mil be continued till countermanded, and charged to the part,,. No A<lvertisem,mtscan be ivithdrau/n after Eleven "clock am?butvew 2 Jl hf li . Í T/ fy?'T?,Tlpay,»g the amount due to the end of thc Current ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLEGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

soarasrxo xi-xuiioavoii INSOLVEXCÏ PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIC« COMHISIIONER. In the »tate of John Nott, a single ri nie: Daniel Holborrow, £80 Tis. Gu. In the catate of Mary Aline Gale, a tingle meeting : Thc estate of Rscs Joues. £óD I4j. 2d.: Thomas Holmes, £16 10». Od.: II. P. Welsh, £5 13s. Hi J.; Catherino Mahoney JC2 12I. Od. In thc estate of Koori! Bayliss, a tingle meeline: John Templeton, £+ 11s. 3d.; David Jones and Co., £3 SS. Bd. In thc estate of Charles Purcell, a single meeting : Frederick M'Kcllar, £fi 3s. In the raíate ot George Tsmpcst Hicks, a special meeting: Samuel Bawtree. £74 i5s. Dd.; R. J. Want,£121 7s. 10d. A single meeting was also held in the estate of Matthew tverüigham, but no clahni New INSOLVENTS.-None registered. MEETIKO* ros TO-DAV.-Edward Jimi Foster, a special meeting, at ten o'clocl.. UoocriDawson.an adjourned meeting, ol half past ten ; Adam Abel Alderton, a» adjourned meeting, at half-put eleven ; T. Goro Co., a special ndjounicd meet...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." FOSSIL BONES. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 October 1842

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1842. Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I. FOSSIL BONES. No. 11. SOME time since a letter from Mr. CLE MENT HODGKINSON Appeared in the columns of the Herald, in which it was stated that some of the ranges on the M'Leay River consist of "granular lime- stone associated with trap, sienite, and clay-slate." "This limestone" says Mr. H., "would appear to belong to some of the more ancient secondary strata, and would not be likely to contain fossil or- ganic remains, with the exception of fossil shells, though in a cave near the source of Hindmarsh's Creek, I found one bone encrusted with stalactite, which, however, probably belonged to some recent animal. It would be very desirable, in a scientific point of view, whenever caverns occur in strata more likely to afford organic re mains, if a close examination were given to them." This passage contains sufficient evidence to class the fossil bone of Hindmarsh's Creek with those previously al...

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THE TRIPLE-CROWNED TEETOTALLER. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

THE TRIPLE-CROWNED TEE- TOTALLER. I (From the Spectator.) CASAR'S concise history of a campaign ' Vent, vidi, vici,' lias been beaten by th famous Irish conqueror Father Mathew whose history of his Roman campaigi may be written without the two firs words-thus, « Vici.' He has conquere* Cesar's own city without coming or seeing Home has succumbed in the person of it Sovereign, the Pontiff of Catholic Chris tendom ; and Gregory thc Sixteenth is : member of the «Cork Total Abstinent Society'-nay, what is more, a medalist o that illustrious body. These extreme; betoken ill of the past. When Leo tin Twelfth assumed the tiara, he signalize! his former victories among the fair in tin most remarkable way : as if to him per tained a monoply of the sex he forbadi them even to the sight of others ; thej were banished from the playhouse, ant. the reign of boyhood was restored : womel in the streets were compelled to weal cloaks, to conceal their, tempting waists and his Holiness's soldiers had ...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

" , CLEARANCES. l'or the South Sea Islands, tho brig Star¡ Captain Ebrill, with snndal-wood, Sec. I'tts sengcrs-Messrs. Henry, Daniel, Lrtseella, Ranger, ami Ingvia. For LannceBton mitl Port Phillip, the simmer Seahorse, Captain Tallan, with callie, .&«. ' Pusscngms-Captain Cole, Mrs. Hunt- ley, Miss Wilson, Messrs. J. Smith, Coghill, , AInclvutt, . Beattie, ßoldcn, Finlay, Davis, ,', Tait, Findlay, and Thorne. The Seahorse is taking in cattle, at Milne's wharf, for .Launceston and Port I'hillip, for ' ?which.nluces she will leave thin morning, at ten o'clock. The-Lady Raffia is to. leave for London this day. . The Tamar, stea<-^lCr iias proceeded up the Hunter, to go iato lne t-ry dock to bc re- paired, after Shich, it is, wc believe, intended to ti"1 hcr. in the Hunter River trade. * IVe «tpört of the Spartan having left Lon- don ttl&Wme day as the Aden is incorrect ; a.-private letter having boen received in Syd cfcy from London, dated UtU June, per Boh...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, j We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. - Mn. ARMSTRONG.-At lu's Repository, at 12 o'clock, ' Commodore,' and other Horses. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at ll o'clock; Drapery, Rugs, Bonnets, Shawls, &c.; at 12' o'clock, Laud at Raymond Terrace, thc boat Calcutta, Wino and .Vinegar. Mn. BLACKMAN.-At his Rooms, nt 12 o'clock, Lund at Gipps Town, and Cattle near Bun- gonia. Mn. SAMUEL LYONS.-At his Mart, at ll o'clock, Tea, Codee, Sugar, Nut», Ginger, Vinegar, Tobacco, Pipes, Pork, Cheese, Hops, Soup, Oatmeal, Burley, Oati, &c, and Hardwood Boards. MR. HOWARD.-At his Rooms, at half-past 6, . p. m., Hats, Caps, Paper, Drawers, Trunk, &c. Ma. PotiACK,-At his Mart, nt ll o'clock, Wine, Ale, Cider, Tobacco, Flour, Tel, Shawls, Japanned Ware, Iron Pots, &c. Tut SHERIFF.-At thc Lower end of Pitt street South, at 12 o'clock, Sheep.,, COUNTRY SALUS. " Mu. TuitN...

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DIARY. Memorandum for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

: DIARY. Momtrandiim 1 or Tbl« Say, October. | .SU,ÍS'. ! ,II0H,T,DB' _.__I rue« j set». | morn | even 20 I THURSDAY jS 33 I 6 27 I 9 16 | 9 42 Full Moon, Oct. 19,16 m. past 9, night.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

BIRTHS.   At Llangollen, New England, on the 17th   of September, the lady of Thomas A. Perry, Esq., J.P., of a daughter.   On the 16th instant, at Parramatta, Mrs. C. Moore Wilson, of a son.   MARRIAGES.     At Saint Lawrence Church, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Walsh, Mr. Thomas Shaw, of Parramatta, to Miss Susannah Hughes, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Hughes, of Elizabeth-street South, Sydney. Yesterday, by Mr. Isaacs, Reader of the Synagogue, Mr. Isaac Moss, of George-street, Sydney, to Miss Maria Folk, of the same place. DEATHS.   At Rosebrook, near Maitland, on Monday,   the 17th instant, Lieutenant Sampson Mar- shall, R. N., aged 52, leaving a widow and a numerous family to deplore their irreparable loss. He entered the navy at a very early age, and served his country upwards of 42 years ; he was severely wounded at the Siege of Baltimore, A. D. 1814. &nbs...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

«Ehe Anüntj» Utomtng ftcrally. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 18*2. -m " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." i -. v. In order to make room for a report of the trial of the Norfolk Island murderers, we have been compelled to omit our leading article, and a quantity of other matter which wc hope to make room for to-morrow.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 19.-Harriett, 43, Richards, for Newcastle, III ballast. Ellen, 12, Thoms, for thc Hawkesbury, in ballast. Cricket Plaiter, 12, Ford, for tja Hawkesbury, in ballast. Jane,' 54, Wnltfer, for Newcastle, in "ballast. Ihislle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries. William JV., steamer, 56, Moon, for East Gosford, with sundries.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. ;j October VJ.-Traveller's ¡¡rule, 35, Huile, from the Paterson, with 8U0 bushels maize, ,, 3 tons potatoes, '.¿OOO feet hard wood. William the ' Fourth, steamer, 5C, Moon, from East Gosford, "with 3Ó0O feet timber, 12,000 shiii '''RICS, 3000 iiuliiiRs, 50 posts, «0 ruth, 1000 bricks, .&c. ..Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, frum'Mbrpctíi, with 40 trusses hay, 30 bales wool, 25 bafts maize, ftc. Susan, 20, T.wible, from thc Hawkesbury, with 800 bushels maize. John, 37, Steele, from Newcastle, with coals. Ellen, 12, Thoms, from tnt Hawkesbury, with lime

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LOCKING IN ON RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

LOCKING IN ON RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. S'R,-Since the letter upon railroads which you were good enough to insert ii your paper, I have had some conversatioi with two gentlemen officially connecte» with the Great Western. Though nothing could bc more courteous than their manner nor more intelligible than their arguments I remain unshaken as to the necessity o keeping the doors ojien. There is, in the first place, the effect o ¡mag nation, the idea than all escape is im' possible, that (let what will happen) yoi must Bit quiet in first class No. 2, whethei they are pounding you into a jam or burn- ing you into n cinder, or crumbling yoi: into a human powder. These excellenl directors, versant in wood and metal, seen: to require that the imagination should bc sent by some other conveyance, and tlinl only loads of. unimpassioned, unintellec- tual flesh aiid blood should be darted along on the Western rail ; whereas, tut female homo is a screaming, parturient, in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 October 1842

I wowra AIM SOUTH AHBRICAV carrs nouas. MR.SAMUELDAVIKS.eldersonofthelate James Davies, deceased, and administrator to his estate, hegs most respectfully to inform the members of the Subscription Room, from whom his late father received so many acts of support and kindness during his life-time, that he has determined to carry on the business of the Subscription Room in all its departments, | as it has existed during the last sixteen years, as well as of the tavern and hotel ; and he trusts, with numerous improvements, now in progress of fulfilment, with regard to the quantity, quality, j and priority of information from every quarter of the world. To accomplish these objects no pains or expense will be spared ; and Mr. Samuel, Davies hopes, in consequence, that he will receive ifrom the members of the Subscription Room ! some portion, at least, of that support which enabled his father to render it the centre of political and commercial intelligence. | Arrangements are in progress, a...

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