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Markets. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, & TUESDAY, MAY, 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
FRIDAY APRTIL 29, &8TUESDAY,'MAY, 3: WnvEAT, 128, .per.1bushel. Four, first quality ;`30s Seconds, 27s.8. Thirds, 23s. : Oaten ,Hay, i18., p.ercwt. .Straw, 1118s.. to 21. per load.: .Iaijze, 8j. 6d. per bushel. , :Salt3 Butter. is. 6d.. to s. ,1Qd., per l?b.,, Fresh 'ditto, 2s..6d. Cheese, 9d..to,10d. Bacon and Hams,:i0,d. to is. 'owls, 4,s.~to ,5s.o per couple;. :Ducks, 6s. to 6;, ditto. Geese,.9s. tb 10s. ditto. Turkeys, 14s. ditto. Eggs, 3s. to 3s,.3d. per dozen. Potatoes, 9s.,to 12s2 per cwt. o nions, 10s. per ditto.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
TO CORRLRSPONDENTS. M. will perceive we have taken some verbal liberties with Ahia. lines. , In etching his portraits for Mr. Lodge, M. does not colour sdfficiently high to bring out the features with the requisite distinctness. We have received a very interesting letter .from Swanr .River, but want of space compels ss to leave it over to our next. A Friend of decent Convicts has been received.
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
rToLondo;n-Wool, Id. to 1:d. per:ilb` oil; 31 lOs. per fun; timber, 31. lOs.:per load, flax, 41. to:4I 10s. per ton. .. ...,.... , .:,. : ý ?. ? ;: : , ; ;,: ;,:, : 4iio f To :Liverpool--ditto, ditto.s j. n. &lt; : :To 'Hobart Town and .Launceston -11. 5s, to.' 1?; 10s. per ton............. ?;;? : t..,, , :i, .: 'To 'Swan. River-1~l. 10s. to'21.,per toni `? :i.?s~; 4"To 'New Zealand and.the. South Sea Islands 21. to' 21: lOs. perton.. ' '.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
?SPIRITS AND. TOBACCO.E i ,ir mi ·~ ..Stock on hand'23rd ista~it,-B. P.ruii, 251,705, gallons; branrdy; 32,820; gallobih Sgiri,' 34618 1g1l ions ;i otli~r'spltits; 17,093 gallons; t6bacco, .8;667 poiunds. S'R'eceived"'during" tlw++eek-B .h"ruinil,( 2,804 gallons; ,brandy; '1,571 ;gallonis, gn: 294" gallonsi; other spirits, 91-gallons; tobacco, 8,037 pounds. " SDelivered for horrie" "'osntramption B, PC runi' 2,307 gallons ;vbrandy; '420 galloni; gil?, 383 galj lons; other spirits, 70"gallons ;tobaicco, 3056 pounis. : Deliveriedfor exportationi-?- B P rui 267 galt I ;o brandy; 622"gallons; gin, :107 gallons 'otliier splrits, 99 gallons; tobaicco 906 pounds.. , :Stock on hand,'30th instant. -B. P.rumn251935 alloris; 'brandy; 33;349 gallois gin 3; 42 gil. lihs other spirits '17,015 gallons; tobaiccoi85,742 pounds : ? ? .. . ' i
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
VESSELS ENTERIED OQUTW ARDS SINCE OURLAST. PUBLICATION ; SApriil :28-Chalcedony;, Sumhner; for?i, Boston 'homas Gore, agent., ." , ' =29--Brougham, Gaunson;' for Twofold Bayn and Hobart Town, .W-. .Walker and. Co;,a'gents. ;;0 : i :29 --Harlequin,. Anderson,. for.:New Zealand;-H ý Bell, agent.. .. . nMay 4.-.Francis .Freelingi Milneie, for .- Hobart Town;, H: Bell,- agent.,. ;. I . -
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Maitland, April 25, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
* TO'THE EDITOR OF TTHE,. COLONIST .Vlaitland,; April 25;, 1836.&lt; SIR.-Understanding, that you have threatened in Yourlast. paper , to bi'ing: before the _public, a false and'\unfounded. charge, against me, trumped up by a- free female? servafit, and a :bond male one,; whose .infamous; cqnduct and cohabitation .at.the period, in. question,, but ,for my mistaken lenity, would, at least in the case of,thei latter,. hive been visited :with sentence., to. a penal set tlement, I have; to apprise. you, that I; will 'most; assuredly .lake, immediate: legal ,steps against you,, should, you persist. in- wantonly attacking my.character,, the peace" of my family, and my usefulness as a minister. . I am ready, at anly moment,: to submit: every part of, my conduct to the consideration of any S.impartial judge, but I will not !brook:,to0 have my character publicly, assailed and; subverted by Dr. Lang and his: Emancipist Elder :' Indepen ddent: of the ,circumstance that, Dr. Lang came h...
Religious Intelligence. SCOTS CHURCH, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
SCOTS CHIURCH, SYDNEY. ,AT airecent meeting of.the Elders and .Committee of.Management of the,Scots ,Churchi held'to0elect Trusteesof othe. Presbyt.erian:.Buying. .Ground, it w'as suggested, in the absefice and without'the knowledge or concurrence of :Dr;. Lang; .thatidn the difficult, painful, anid trying circumstances in which-: Dr. L. was at present- placed,' especially as a memer°'of'tlhe Presbytery of:Nerw.. South Wales,. it would 'be expedient for the mrieimbeis of iifco:ngrigation: to come. forward with- aIlublic itestlm al' of their warm attachmenrt to his hin-. istry, -'iand bf their d6rdial;appral 'of .his re deiit procedure. Thee following Testim onial was. acord l, dilrawniupi aiid presenite'dto Dr.-L" by the ;Elderand a depu!tationof. tie :Com.mittee of Management of the Scots Chuich, on the 27th' ult: to. which Dr. L:~made' the subjoined-Reply. 'TESTIMONIAL Sydney, April 14, 1836..: We,' thte undersigned Elders, Miembers of the (ommittee of Management, and seat holders...
Original Poetry. THE LAMENT OF A MEMBER OF THE SYDNEY ARTILLERY CORPS. Heu me miserum. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
TIDE LAMENT: OF A MEMBER OF TH * SYDI EY? ARTILLERY CORPS:.' SHeu me miserIm.. : ivTE.? LL, my dear Aquie, farewell?, l My eyes are bedimm'4 with a:tear,: , .My sorrows po mortal can tell; But he' who like sorrows doth bear. I, cannot nov: visit my queen, Lest.TE COroNIST's people should see, S'For in English black-letter, 1 ween ,: They'd place both my Annie and me S 0 would they but let us:alone, .:i lhow'few City parsons would care? . di ;`xi 'O theirs is the heart of a stone, Dead, dead to the charms of the fair.: ,i Midst the pleasures of illicit love; I've wanton'd for many a year;, .. could I their feelings but move, Still to wink at my old doings here. But alas! all such pleasures are past, I dare not renew them again, . ' Lest Tun COLbNIST'S people should cast, , i ·i ' I; slur or a blight on my name. Adieu; then, dear Annie, adieu Idear Annie. 'n , : : n Fo orget my dear Annie I'11 never * , " . :i ;My passion I'11 try to subdue, ', 3utI'll think oa my Annie for ever.!. ,....
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
t , : ,° .. i)Lp4i1Igf1lnete igcle. R.. " ; ARRIVALS. ' APRIL 30 -Normahul (lbarque), 197 tons, Tabor, frboi South Sea; Fishery Noveuiber 21, 300 ,barrels I sperm oil. )30-Currency Lass (schooner), Bell, from Laun, `cestoni 25th, 2000 biiushels wheat.: S'May 1 Sireni (brig), Hayle, froinm Holalt' Town April 26, sundries. Passengers ? ,i : ?J. alter, Mr., J. Dalton,: and 15 steerage.. ,. , 7. : 3- -:Egiptiani (barquie), 325 t6is, 'Johnstone,:fromiT Londoni September 1, via tlie Cape of Gbbood Hope January 28, and Hobart rTowniApril 26. Passengers --Vr;. E. Pinnox aid Johi Harden, Esq. DEPARTURES. . .. Apiril 28-Rslyn' Castle, Richa'rds, ford lje Sperm Fishery. ,. ' 29-Ladjr Wellingtn Cooper, fo r'the: Spri 30-Chalcedony, Sumner, for'the. Utited'State?. 'Mav, 1?-Friends (schooner),' for: Pr't'.Mhcqiiarie. 3-"Active (schooner), for New. Zealand. :PROJECTED.: DEEPARTURES. . Jane Goudie for Madras, this day, , Governor Harcourt for London, Nortlh IBriton for Bataiia, Stirling Castle for ...
MAITLAND ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
F: ; . :iAI'- ....LAND . ,AD.DRESS ?.; To His Excllency' Major General Sir Richiard Boirke', KC: B., G'overinoPr nd Con~iiiander-in? Chiefof f;New Soitl W ales ind .its Depenldencies,' WE, the Fre Inhabitants of .Maitland: anid' it-' vicil nity,, are ippy once more to ap'proach "your Excel. leticy ?ith feelings of loyal attach-ment to 6our gra-= cious SoVereigri, witand with aassurace of perso al esteem' fori~you" as -liis Representative at the s.ame time Wve gladly embrace this oppoirtuiily to0 congra tulate your Excellency on the proof His Majesty has giveniof his high estimation of your xmnrit by confer ring on youthe honourable distidiction '-of' Knight Commander of the.Bath.; S'lthough thiistown is too remote' fromin the seat of Government to be constantly under your Excellency's view, yet we cannot refrain fromnexpressing, our be lief that the frequency.,ofyour,. vsits has. 'greatly :con tributed to the extraordinary rapidity of. its increase, whiclh bears testimony of the ben...
THE CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
S>-i::.i )it:THE CHIEF JUSTICE. TniE following , -Address was presented to H-is Iionour:'the. Chief. Justice, before his departure ):'fd'rEiiglarid,' by the Proprietors of the Sydnrey. CObll'ege.' WWant of space has hitherto, prevented its insertion in .our columns: Th :'Address was rresented by' Sir John J amison, Johh Blaxland, Esq; M C ,,, W . WW entorth,'s E ;: Dr. Bland,'and GeorgeAllen, Esq I'o. :the Honouirable tanANcs. FonEws, Chief Justice of New South Wales; Member of the. Legislative . ; Council,'President of the Sydney College: Sid-iWe;~the"Proprietors of the Sydney College; lia'vitig ju'streceived with' regret the announceineit of your' early'iiitenrtionr to revisit the imother-country, and your consequent resignation of the office of Pre sident, iare" desirous' Eto:: express our 'sentiments of esteem and respect, for your privateland public cha racter. Your connexion with the Sydney College, the im mediate daus?~i of our 'present 'Address, commenc'ed with its earlie...
LOSS OF THE CHARLES EATON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
LOSS: OF THE CHARLES EATON. We have again to complaiin of the lethargy of the ,Government in not sending a essel in' search of the crew of this unfortunate barque.. Another ,week has passed,and&.the humaneinstructions of the Home Government appear to. be no' nearer' executiod than when the dispatches were .first r'eceived.' We have seen a letter on the subject from Captain King-of'Dunherd, since our last? publication, .but it appears that' gentleman has merely been. requested to: 'lay down .certain regu lations for the guidance of whoever may go in: command. The following extract from a Sirga pore paper which we: cdpy from The He 'dnd of last' week, 'leaives little room for "doubt thait some of, the'crew and.passengers were, if they are not ow;, on Murray's Island :---' Captain Carr,; of the Mangles, reported 'at'Timor, that after .passing the Barriers, he came near, to 11ur'ray's Island. ' A numbei' of canoes canmioff as usual to trade. In one of iliese, kept at a distance,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
MARRIED. &nbsp; On Monday, the 2nd Instant, by special license, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Mr. Ainsworth to Anne Jane, third daughter of Mr. William Bowen, Market Street. Sydney. &nbsp; &nbsp; DEATH. &nbsp; At Freemantle, in Western Australia, on the 16th of March last, Mr. Alfred Unwin.
BRICKFIELD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
BRlCKFIELD HILL., KA:number of the landholders on the"Brickfield Hill ,whosepiropeity is likely to be deteriorated 3by the iampro'vements of the'" streets now in progress iinithat qutarter, have -presented' a Memorial oii the subject to His Excellency the Gove'rnr,; sug gestirig means tdo avoid the consequences vhich must necessarily 'result should the proposed 'plain be carried into :operation. 'His Excellency !the Governor' has returned a reply to' their Memorit l of which: the following is an extract': Tihe question havingbeien referred to the Deputy Surveyor-General, that officer reports;'that if, instead of adopting' one: straight' line': from i the 'crossing 'of Bathurst Street, to thecrossing at Go'ulburi Street, as was originally intended, a .second fall bei made at the crossing of Liverpool Street, the inconveniencel of the Hill will..be sufficiently overcome,,while that to tlie p'roprietors of the few :good. houses, w?ho are :among lthe, Memoialists, will be much diminishe...
Domestic Intelligence. PRESBYTERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
,:PRESBYTER.Y OF NEW SOUTHI WALES. IN the notice we inserted in our.last number but orie of the' last quarterly nieeting of this bodyS; we stated'that it:had been occupied for two days in the 'iiivestigation of a charge' of alleged moral, delinquency preferred against one of its own members by the Rev. Dr: Lang. We are quite aware that iin taking up such a- case we expose' ourselves to the censure of individuals, 'who will naturally think themselves much: wiser than we are in matters of this kind; but' being satisfied' in our own mind that the course' we' are adopting. is'not"dnly tthe course of expediency but of dUty,' and? tliai:tihe interests of religion' in general, as' well as o'f the 'particular .religious denominationi ;mbre imi ediately 'concerned, 'require that the: truth, even 'in the" case i\re tefer to, should 'be' stated 'fully land faairly, we iare ii no" way' con 'cerfid ais to what any jpersin ?i ay either think or 'say on tlie suibject. ° :'If. w ehliid consulted ce...
Colonial Statistics. LOWER CANADA. MEETING OF THE PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT. [CONCLUDED.] Gentlemen of the House of Assembly, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
LOWER CANADA. MEETING OF THE PROVINCIAL::' .: PARLIAMENT: [4ONCLUDED I , -.Ge , tlenmein 0f the House of .Assemblly, Ic t ?.i To:ioth branches of the'Legislature I am autiorised to: odffer y warrants fr the paynient of tlhir coiitin' gent expenses. .... I have received the.commands of our most gracious sovereign to acquaint you that His Majesty isdi???i&i ,'.to place under the control of the represeitatives' f. the people, all monies payable to Ilis.Majesty;,ioi-.to his officers in the province, whethei* arising- from taxes or from any other Canadian source;'.liut that this cession cannot be made, except on condiltihns which must be maturely weighed, and that to. afraige such conditions for your. consideration, is, one of ,the principal objects of the Commission with i,;hic?l'it hiis pleased His Majesty to charge myself andn my coiI leagues. Our enquiries into this subject shall be pursued with unceasing diligence, and the result shall be sub= mitted with all practicable spe...
Colonial Politics. GENERAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
GENERAL EDUCATION &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; As the period for the annual sessions of the Legilative Council of this colony is drawing on and as of its first duty of the legislature, of any , country,as well as of its press, 4to devise :waysl aind! me'ans of proomoting the itellPe;tital, thiieoraladd thepiiiftulal welfare df its grieal populationi, e r iecur witi much pleasure to a nu1bjectr.which has :,already':reepeatedly engaged our attention: the:subject ibf General?Ediicatio0n. It" will doubtless be iinth&le icdllectioni' of the reat majority of 'our raders, thiat sior'tly after` ;.. the, establishment of this. journal, tit was the ge ti'era impression of the 'iihabitanitslof'the: olony i :hat it wis:the iiitiitiOi 'of `the Governiferit to . tablish thie'Irish Njtiobiial 'Systemi of "Educa-; tion throuighout this territory. ;There was doubt less an unsuccessful effort made about that'period, by,)a a few colonial zealots `o...
Original Correspondence. TO THE REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
-: TO THE REV. DR'. LANG, .E , R iv:. Sin,-Your, late theological harleq'uibade liassasppliied me soine little, of -that .amussemeit with, which, it. has ,entertained+ the public. : SYpoi first assumed the, directly opp osite to my pro'poSititons; asiimy own, for the purpose o' dis ,playing the- peda~itry of your Greek' atid LauIthiiF; you, then p?shied:dowhinni y atuthorities-from; ;the early' Christian ages in which, they lived, to'. the, miiiddle `ages;. you chlanged nmy.clear. and palpa. blee literil sense.'iito metiphor--to serve your purposes;: you, made the Saints of'thle' first ceii turies,, of-modern-date ;tiyou.assumed the prolper-. ties of ,body, to b ti!e,attributes, of dinmbodlied spirit--and transferred time ,and - space . to 'the etienal 'iiicorporeeal hvens;, 'youi have 'ma your inimportant' self:'the subjectorr my hiiumble m'eeditations: when ';yotil Were:, fartiest' frbmo my. thoughts; you have :put qon the cap ;and, bells to, iplay ludi&rous before the pub...
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 23RD TO THE 30TH INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836
i:? ``: ' EXPORT •S;.': VESSELS CLEARED FROM.TIIE 23RD TO TIII 30TINSTANT. 'INCLUSIVE. 'Arethiisa, 210 tons, Wakefield, Imaster, for L'on don;' 500 bales wool, 1386: logs -.cedar, "409 hides, 1180 tips; 28 tons, sand, 300 chests'40 half-chests tea, 4 packages=old iron, ? ldcase curiosities,' and Bstores. ' . - ..; R slin Castle,' 450 tons,; Richards, naster, for the' South: Seas; .fishery-stores: - :i : Elizabeth,. 51- tons, ,Brown, inasmter, for Launces ton; 47 casks'beef-31 casks pork, 1 cask tongues, '12 logs cedar, 13-stones,- 2f-tons iron', .2 .cases bricks, J1 case blacking; I hay"press, 25 cases wine, ý20 :asks ale, 3 cases hats,- two iron'stoves, and stores.: : Lady Wellington, 196 tons, 'Cooper, 'master, for tfheSouth Seas; fishery stores.ý Chalcedony, 214-tons, Sumne,; master, for Boston; 168 iasks cocoa-nut "oil; 50?boxes 4 casks "arrow root, .9J tons peai1l shill, 1-ton cordage., i