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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand »di instant, B. P. rum, 138,772 gal- lons ; brandy, 204y3 gallons ; gin, B 8B0gallons; other spirits, 4,MU gallons; tobacco, 53,176 pounds. Received during the weck, B. P. Kuiu, 1,140 gallons ; other «pints, 3.4B0. Delivered for Home Consumption, B. P. Rum, *,SI4 gallons; brandy, 510 gallons: gin, 2B9 gallons; tobacco, 2,517 pounds Delivered lor Exportation, Brandy, 62 gallons. Slock on hand loth instant,¡B. P. Kum, 136,598 gal- lons; brandy 19,yi5 gallons ; gin, 8,507 gallons ; other spirits, 7 BGB gallons ; tobacco, 50,659 pounds. June 21, 1U32.

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OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

OUTWARDS. MARY ANN, 12 tous. Baker, Iluukeibury, aundtietv SARAH, 14 lons, Le Ban, Newcastle, ballast. bl'AH, 13 ton». Wright, Hawkesbury, ballast. BRISBANE. IB tons, Maraspni, Nulla Dolla, sum)rie». MARY ANN, 6 ton», Perkins, Hawkesbury, »undue». MONITOR, 20 inns, Starbuck, Newcastle ballast, GENERAL BOURKE, 15 lons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries, HOPE, 24 tong, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. LARK, 20 ton», Motsmau,Bungurv Norah ballast. ALEXANDER, M'LLAY, 39 lons, Cleet, Shoalhaven, sundries, RED ROVER, 0 tons. Fort, Hawkesbury, sand ne». SOPHIA JANE, 153 lons, Biddulph, NowcutUle, sun- dries. SHAMROCK, S9 tons, Williams. Newcastle, anndries. AUS1 RAL! A, lu tous, Hall, Hawkesbury, sundries. MERMAID, 12 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, sundries« ABLON A, 22 tons, Mulhall, Newcastle, sundries. ENDEAVOUR, T4 tons, Evenngliam, Hawkesbury, ballast. ALICE, 20 tons, Shôobert, Illawarra, dray. WILLIAM IV., 53 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries. MONITOR, 20 loirs, Starbuck, Newcastle, sundries LUCY ROYA...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

SHXFYXMO . INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the steamer William the Fourth, Captain Taggart. For New Zealand via Hobart Town, on Tuesday last; the schooner Currency Lass.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER ami vatlatlonsofllieTIIERMOMnTER, during the pim week, in Sydney, at 6 in Hie morning, at noun, and at 0 o'Clnck in the evening. Mon. 0 a. in Cool 67 NNW IS noon Windy 68 SW .Clear * 56 WSW Fine NNW Wed. ¡fi a. m Cool 12 noon Windy 60 WNW fi p. ni. Clear 3T NW 12 noon Windy 8 p. Cloudy Thurn. ¡6 a. m Cool 11 »on Cool ¡ö p. m Pine I'riuaj |6 a, m. Mild 40 W WSW \n p. m. (Jool 50 SW WSW 8 p. m, Clear 91 Cairn Mean Temperature, SÎ.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

BIRTH.—On Monday, at her residence, Race Course, Mrs. John Thompson, of a son. 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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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDA Y.-Eleanor Fielding was handed to the bar, charged with spending the evening from home;   when found, she was being shawled (previous to coming into the cold air from a sly grog shop) by a strapping young Paddy, who having printed on her lips a hearty salute, squeezed her hand very tenderly, and whispered into her ear- " Long has the secret struggled in my breast. Long has it rack'd and rent my tortur'd bosom." Eleanor's high flown hopes were soon dissipated when she felt the gripe of the Charley, who con- veyed her away, maugre all the attempts of Paddy to reserve his charmer. One month 3rd, or Gor- don's Own.     Charles Thompson, with every mark of obesity in his phiz, was charged with spending most of his time in making himself amiable, and playing on a   cracked Cremona, flourishing from Rossini's last, to the utter derangement of his master's domestic economy. Seven days mill. TUESDAY.-Michael Smith, c...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CIVIL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

LAW INTELLIGENCE -<>- SUPREME COURT_(CIVIL SIDE.) MONDAY,-Before Judge Stephen and the fol- lowing Common Jury : Messrs. Bourne (foreman), Ball, Alderson, Burn, Bullock, Appledoor, Arm dale, Bruce, Blackwell, Ashley, Armstrong, and Broad :- Breach of marriage promise.-Miller v. Brett. This was an action brought by plaintiff's guardian against the defendant, to recover compensation in damages for a breach of marriage promise. Da- mages were laid at £1000. The defendant pleaded the general issue.   Mr. Wentworth appeared for the plaintiff, Mr. McDowall for defendant. Mr. Wentworth addressed the Jury as follows: May it please your Honor, and gentlemen of the Jury-This is an action brought by the guardian of Miss Rebecca Miller, she not being twenty-one years of age, against the defendant, to recover com- pensation in damages for a breach of promise of marriage. The breach is set forth in a single count in the declaration, to which the defendant has pl...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

ENGLISH EXTRACTS." The St, Petersburgh Gazette sums up the amount of trophies obtained at Warsaw, at 132 cannon taken in the battle, or in the city und Praga ; 5,000 ser- viceable muskets, besides n great number more or less damaged ; 8,000 arms of various kinds ; 2,000,000 cartridges ; und u great quantity of ar- tillery ammunition. They found in the city an arsenal, a foundry, a powder-mill, it saltpetre factory andan hospital, containing 11,000 men, sick and wounded. In the battle 3000 Poles were made prisoners, including CO superior officers ; a still larger number must have fallen during the assault, by the destructive fire of the Russian artillery or the burning of different houses. In the two days the Russian artillery used 29,000 cartridges, and 8,800 shells. Besides the prisoners, 4,000 Polish soldiers surrendered, and nearly 1,200 officers of all ranks have returned to their allegiance. Tlie Rus- sian loss was considerable ; Generals Van Brujen and Jasiinowitch, 9 Colonels...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

FOR SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. S. LYONS, On Monday the 25th instant, at 11 o'CIock, at No. 75, George-street, w ithout reserve, AGE NE It AL and choice selection of Furni niture, Jewellery, Silver Plate, &c. &c. TERMS-CASH. FOR SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. S. LYONS, On Tuesday the 26th instant, at 11 o'CIock, at the Stores of Mr. C. BAILEY, near Messrs. JOHN M'LARFN and Co. Bi idge-street, opposite the Main Guard, A LARGE assortment of prints, calicoes, shirt- ings, checks, Flushing jackets and trowscrs, duck fiocks and trowsors, beavcrtccn and corduroys, white and striped shirts, shoes and boots, waistcoats, silk' and coloured handkerchiefs, gentlemen's su- perior hats, Guernsey frocks and red baize shirts, white quilts, foolscap paper, filtcrers, glass and earthenware, w ith an assortment of other articles. TERMS-CASH. POSTPONEMENT OF DR LANG'S SALE. BY the request of several Capitalists who were detained by the Jury Coses at the Supreme Court, the SALE of Dr. LAKG'S valua...

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The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1802. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." That the Colonies of. South Africa and Australia are destined to perform a distin- guished part in the Southern Hemisphere in future ages, is a truth which no one will dispute, who witnesses the intercourse and interchange of commodities that take place between them even in the present period. By the one, the interior of Africa will be civilized; by the other, those free institu- tions that characterise the British people will be transplanted, and perpetuated in Australasia, and the tributary islands of our adjacent seas. These Colonies must exer- cise a wholesome influence in imparting the same free institutions to India and China, which they now enjoy in common with the Mother Country. The relative importance of each is as yet unknown; but every year is drawing closer the bonds by which, in future times, their destinies will be united. These sentiments have been confirmed by the perusal of the last...

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SELECT POETRY. (From the Union Monthly Magazine.) PATENT ODE TO MR. PERRY, WRITTEN WITH ONE OF HIS PATENT PENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

SELECT rOETB/r. (From the Union Monthly Magazine. J PATENT ODE TO MR. PERRY, WHITTEN WITH ONE OF HIS PATENT PENS. [By Robin Hood.]' Why should Bob Warren all the muse engross, And blacking give us every day a dose Of rhyme so rum, albeit without spirit ; While ne'er a bard, nor big nor small,-not one, Pens, or a stanza, 01 a pun, Is either serious or merry Grandly grave, or full of fun, Touching the transcendant merit Of the pen-making Mr. Perry ? Ungrateful wretches !-not a single odo To the reformer of the ;>e«-al code ' ^ffail ! thou gi eat master of the fluent style, Whose polished irony makes writers smile. Who eau set; t wights like me to flourish In flurrjing prose, or flurrjing verse, If not in purse, Thy praises will I chaunt, thy fair fome nourish. Thee, Perry, tho' no peer, the printers doily laud, While all their dcviLs duly thee applaud, So very excellent art thou, and very Beneficent to letters, Mr. Perry. Should'st thou be e'er so little, thee they greet, As horn t...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

DOMESTIC XNTEX.X.XCENCE. Tuesday was the last day for putting in applica- tions for public house licenses. A considerable addition is expected, notwithstanding the number of houses already licensed. Leakc's Pottery, situated in the rear of Mr. Mackaness's property, consisting of an acre and at half ofîground, was brought to the hammer iu eight allotments, on Saturday last, by Mr. Samuel Lyons, and sold for £572. ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.-On the night of Sunday last, Captain Finnis'« female servant went into the water closet in the yard, and hung herself up with her garters, the material of which they were made not being very strong, gave way, and down she came, determined not to be baulked, she knotted them together, and again suspended herself. A * little boy who was playing in the yard, hear- ing a rattling made by the woman in the act "of choaking, looked in, and observing her situation, ran away frightened, but informed a man of the circumstance, who proceeded to the spot, i and after...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Sydney, 8i. '/»er Quarter.-Single ¿Tumbers, ßd. S Country, {Postage included) 10*. Gd. per Quarter. J TERMS FOU ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2*. Gd*, and Id. each, for every Line choce Eight; fur each Insertion. $& The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarters end the Slit March, 30th June, 80th September, and 31st December,- at which periods ONLY can Subscribers decline. ADVBIITISIMRNTS mint specify on the fact of them, the number of times they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued tia countermanded, and charged to the party. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o' Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; but fresh ones will be received vnhl 6 o' Clock of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not le taken in. *^^swÊmiMi^ÊmemÊiËmi^swimÊ$isis^Êmiwi^ÊMmmmmÊBi^^ÊtitÊ^Êmi^iwÊiWÊÊÊsmiËmi^Ê^iism$WÊmsitmiti^sMms^Êmmt^s^Ê^ssi^ÊWsa^sms TOA. CAXCtTTTA DXXLSCT. ^¿£Z& ...

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THE PRINTER. (From a Barbadoes Paper,) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832

THE PRINTER. (From a Barbadoes Paper.) " Who is it," gentle reader, who That labours hard in pleasing you, By telling all that's strange and new, And very often what's untrue ? The Printer. Who is it brings you from afar, Intelligence of bloody war, Or feats of some immortal tar, Intestine broils or family jar ? The Printer. Who tells you of the affairs of State, When legislators legislate, And engaged in warm debate— Carried on at a desperate rate ? The Printer. Who is it that with stick and rule, Chastises well, the knave and fool, And keeps in awe the party tool, Or sends the blockhead back to the school ? The Printer. By whom is it that learning's got, And genius to perfection brought— Oh, reader say, say is it not (Now contradict this any sot ?) The Printer. Say, ye who always wish to kuow How the concerns of nation go, Who do you for that knowledge owe ? Altho', perhaps, all think not so. The Printer. Ye politicians, too, can tell Who makes ye understand so well, The affairs o...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, JUNE 21st, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832

MARKETS. THURSDAV, JUNE 21st, 1832. A very plentiful supply was brought to town this morning, the settlers seeming determined to make the most of the present fine weather, and the capi- tal state of the roads. Since our last, 1700 bushels of wheat have been disposed of at Mr. Barker's granaries, ft om 4s. to 6s. per bushel. In maize, a fall is expected. Other grain remains firm at our lost. In dairy produce some slight variations have taken place. Cattle and butchers' meat are at our last quotation. Candles and tallow are a shade lower ; soap stationary, but they are still at high prices. Leaf tobacco is dull of sale. The horse market is as last week. Wools are still in demand. The settlers have got in their wheat pretty generally throughout the Colony.

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 20th to the 23d instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832

RETURN oj the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 20th to the 23d instant. £ t. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales Do, second quality, do....... 0 4 Do. third do, do.0 3 Bailey, best dalo.0 3 Maize, best ditto.0 S Colonial Fohncco, l(jtM ...... 0 1 Dillo, second quality.0 1 Pounces, N. S. Wales. 4 S Buller, heit sall.4 l8 Cheese, good.4 3 foik, »all. 1 10 Bacon.2 6 Ham,. p. bus.of 601 bl. 3 ditto ditto 6 ditto dit'.o ti ditto of SOIus, 5J do. measureuit. 7 per lb. 4 ditto o per ton 0 pel cwt. O ditto 4 ditto. 8 dillo 8 dillo W. 0. PUDDEFOOT, Commmion Aient, Geo'it itrett.

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LIST OF RUNAWAYS APPRHENDED UP TO THE 18th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832

LIST OF RUNAWAYS APPREHENDED UP TO THE   18th JUNE. Agnew John, America, from No. 31 road gang. Buckley John, Camden, from Mr. J. F. Church, Sydney. Desmond Catherine, Hooghley (2), from William Varnham, Prospect. Furness James, John, from Mr. A. K. Mackenzie, Bathurst. Graham Mary, Princess Charlotte, from Mr. E. Onslow, Liverpool Road.   Handcock John, General Stewart, from Mr. William Lawson, Prospect. Moss John, Mermaid, from No. 2 iron gang. Manner Matthew, Asia (9), from Dr. Wardell. Nugent Ann, Lady Rowena, from Alexander Burke. Pewdrell John, Claudine, from No. 26 road gang. Purcell James, Henry Purcher, from Hyde Park Barrack. Williams Edward, Mariner, from Sherwin's bridge party. F. A. HELY, J. P. Principal Superintendent of Convicts.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832

nr&xtv. Memoranda for the present week. j SUN [High 1idc tJune._Calendar._ | rues | Sets I morn | even 25 | M | Loul« XVI. taken, 171)1. j 7 9 j¡4 51 | S -IO 1 6 M gaffr I WlUlam IV. accem, 1830 I 7 8 I 4 52 j <l 48 | 720 gfrWJcluro taken, 1801. | 7 8 | 4 52 I JLlüjO S8|T |"RÜEgn»,¿¿fn,"l577. |7 8 | 4~52 |_8 30 | 8 35 29 |_F_| St^Rícñ |7 8~| 4_52"| 9_15 | 9 54 30 | 3 | EarrArgylcTÎM. 1005: ) 7 8 14 52 | IO 0 110 37 Julg.___ 1 I S I and Sun arter Trinity. | 7 7 [ 4 53 | 10 35 | lil 48 New Moon, 2Stli Day, 3 minuto past 5, afternoon.

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THREE PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832

THREE PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT. No. I.-MARCH OP THE GRECIAN ARMY THROUGH THE GEDHOSIAN DESERT. The King wai joined by Hephiestlon ; and the united force ventured Into the desert ol decírosla, the modem Wiikian. During sixty day» »peni in traversing tins wane dum the ediie DI Voeitiii to Pma. they had in struggle against illlllcnltics greatei titan h.ive ever be. fore or after been surmounted by a regular army. 'I lie commencement of lins desert mutch wa» ovei a region cnvcied with myrrh bearing shrubs and the plant whence »pikenarri was extruded. The trampling ol the Irug columns crushed the frnaranl »tem» and dif. fused a grateful perfume through the still atmosphere Williams' Life of Alexander, p. 820. Lift, up the poen ! thro' the sands Lead thy plum'd legions on, Alas ! for the spartan bands ! Victor of Babylon ! Lift up the poen ! cloud nor gloom Hath yonder purple sky ; But a pleasant breath of summer bloom Upon the breeze comes by. Unfurl the banners ! on t...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MISSIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MISSIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN,-In your paper of the 14th inst. you present your numerous readers with a large extract from Captain Beechey's Voyage to the Pa- cific Ocean. Supposing that neither your atten- tion nor thnt of jour readers may have been directed to the subject of Missionary operations, I beg to offer a few observations upon the subject, that the readeis of the said extract may not be deficient of information concerning those Islands, that so thickly besprinkle this Southern Ocean. Christianity, with civilization in her train, is extending her influence from island to island. The friends of religion and humanity rejoice at the pros- pect, and are stimulated to fresh exertion ; but the crooked policy of irreligious men, leads them to obstruct the work, and to misrepresent what they do not understand. Several vessels of war belong- ing to the United States, to France, to Russia, and to England, have visited the Georgian ...

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