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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

DOMBBTIC xit*ax.x.xoasfca. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TlIUnSDAY. Before the Chief Commission». FIIOOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of George Smyth, an adjourned meeting : It. 0. Gordon, £55 15s. 3d ; John Wedderburn, £101 18s. lid; A. L. De Metz, £50 18s.; Dunlop und Co., £613 19s. lid; This insolvent wes partially examined, and the meeting allowed a pianoforte to be retained by him, with other articles, to the value of £20, exclusive of the pianoforte. In the estate of Rees Jones, a special meet- ing : Nicholas James and Co., £582 8s. 5d ; Willis, Sandeman and Co., £272 13«. !>d. A partial examination of the insolvent also took place, and the meeting was adjourned till to-morrow. In the estate of Thomas George Shelton : John Bowers, £2(5 16s. Gd; W. G. Burgess claimedj£924 9s, lid., but the proof was re- jected. In the estate of Francis Wye, a single meeting : Tucker and Co., £2 ; Thomas Douglass, £10. in _ the estate of Patrick Grant, a tim d meeting : Samuel Munee, £21 ; John Carr, £...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

MV xarrái.XjzaBHOB< I, -. SUPREME COURT.-Insolvency Businzss. Thursday. Before Mr. Justice Burton. confirmation of trusteis. The Chief Commissioner moved that the election of the following trusteesbe confirmed. Estates. Elected Trustees. H. J. Cameroux Walter Gray Michael.Connor _ Joseph M'Kenna The application having been complied with, the Commissioner moved that the appoint- ment ot the following pi o visional trustees be confirmed, which was also granted. Estates. Provisional Trustees. W. R. Mackay Thomas Ryan F. Forrester Walter Gray T. D. Dunsden James Tcgg John Cameron R. T. Platt Charles Purcell G. C. Stewart W. J. Jones Nehemiah Rundle. The Chief Commissioner then moved that coi ti fientes of discharge be granted to Thomas Underwood, and to George Watson ; when the Court having ascertained that all preliminary requirements of the act had been complied with, ordered the same to issue. vlans of distribution. The Chief Commissioner afterwards moved that plans of dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

TO STAND THIS MASON, At Use «TAI!row of ax*.7.?.Mt!» DUNN'S PLAINS, NEAR BATHURST, THE splendid Draught Clydesdale Stain, JUSTICE, imported per ship Pearl, last year. Juaticc is an immensely powerful dark bar horse with black points, stands sixteen and a half hands high ; was bred by William Cnaloid, of Largs, y rahire and got by Champion out at a real Clyde «dale prixe mare. As a three year old, he pained three first pre- > miuim (it Lockwinnoche, Kilbarcham, and K11- ' masolm, in Scotland, and covered ninety-sera mares. As a tour year old. he wai «hows aid gained the first premium st Couper Fife, igtiut fifteen others. Amount of premiara twenty-fin guineas and eighty mares. Justice is a sure foal-getter, ia proved by ctr. tiGcates accompanying him ; and waa eoniidtttd the best Clydesdale horse of hil day ia Scotlisd. For terms-Application to bemale to lie superintendant, at Dunn's Plains. tilt TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT »aOftPBOT, THE THOROCGH-BRED HOR», ' EMIGRANT, imparted in t...

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MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. RAE'S LECTURE ON [?]CUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. I Mil. It AT.'s LECTURE ON ELOCUTION. On lucsdiy evening, Mi Rae delivered a lcctme on 1 locution, m the theatic of this institut ion Flocution might be called the nit of miking the most of language by me ms of speaking, the nrl of giwng effect to com- position by piopiLt} of lone, and extent of tction and gestnit lins might be saul by many to be no nrt at all It was Nairne they sud that taught them to speak, and why might not the same piereptr ss tench them to speak well ' Ik was not bound to answer this question All he knew was, that Nutuie alone did not touch people to speak well, or if slit did so in then only j ens, most of them weiemiserublj spoiled bj other pieceptors m flu. com c of then educition lins he be- lieved in agieat mt isuie to be the case lo lead m to speik neem ding to tilt rides of elocution implied not onlj such a dein ti j as woul 1 expiess the bare meaning of au authoi , but ulso included the ait ( f commu- nicating to composition a...

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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

TENDERS. Ferry at MORETON BAY. - A Ferry having been established over the River Brisbane, between North and South Brisbane, at   Moreton Bay, Tenders from parties willing to have the same for one or more years, from the 1st of January next, will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office, on Monday,   the 14th of November next, at 12 o'clock,   to be endorsed 'Tender for Ferry at Bris- bane." The parties hiring the Ferry will be required to provie a sufficient Ferry Boat, or Punt, to convey at all times, Passengers, Horses, Carriages, &c., across the River, and   to keep the same in suitable repair at their own expense. The Tenders to specify the period for which the parties desire to hire the Ferry, and the rent they propose. Security will be required for the due performance of     the agreement and for opening the Ferry within a specified time. Parties tendering   on their Agents...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

DEPARTURES. fFur New Zealand, yísterdny,_ thi, schooner Royal Mail, Captain Hughes, with stores, &c. For London, the same day, the barque Lady Rafflet, Captain Weller, with colonial T produce. Passengers - Mrs. Weller, and .child, Rev. Mr. Nott, Mr. Glass, Captain *' /¿Osborne, Mr. Wheelholme, Mr. Underwood. ¿.Mr. W. Windeyer, Mr. Newman, Mr. and "^illrs. Sims, and three children, Messrs. jT Raworth, Harris, Cobbold, Green, Samuel, % Bortan, Priest, Kelly, Stapleton, Griffin, Stafford, Henry, and Phillips. For Tahiti, the same day, the brig Star, Captain Ebrill, with her original cargo of san-   dal wood. Passengers - Messrs. Henry, Daniel, Lascells, Ranger, and lngoia. For Launceston and Port Phillip, the same day, the steamer Sea/wrse, Captain Tallan, with cattle: Hlieep, &c. Passengers-Captain Cole, Mrs. Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. Carrington, Jane Hassall, Mr. Richard Sanderson, Miss Wilson ; Messrs. J. Smith, Coghill, Maclean, ' Beattie, Bolden, Finlay, D...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS RENUNCIATION OF THE COMMUNION OF THE CHURCH OF ROME BY THE REV. F. FULGENCIO, OF CHINSURAH. (To the Editor of the Christian Intelligencer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

UOLISH BKxx&cis : RENUNCIATION OF THE COMMU- NION OF THE CHURCH OF ROME BY THE REV. F. FUL- GENCIO, OF CIIINSURAII. (To the Editor of the Christian Intel- ligencer.) Reverend Sir,-As I am about to leave the faith iu which I was educated, the Church in which I was ordained, and the people amongst whom I have for several years laboured, I feel flint some expla- nation is due to the public nt large mid to my own flock in particular, of the various circumstances which have led me to this determination, and I shall therefore feel particularly obliged to you, if you will kindly give my brief communication on this point n place iu your valuable perio- dical. Having been bom within the pale of the Roman Catholic Church, ordained a priest in its communion, and appointed to tench others the faith of that Church, I have, at different periods of my past history, rend a great deal upon the subject. My read- ing, however, was confined to books written by Roman Catholic authors, and consis...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE NORFOLK ISLAND PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

Zht jtgttitgg Ütormng fecralfr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1812. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." THE NORFOLK ISLAND PIRACY. The very full report which we gave yes tcrday of the trial of the Norfolk Island pirates, will have put our readers in poa» session of ali the facts of that bloody outrage. The various and conflicting stories which had been previously in circulation, had made it difficult for im- partial hearers to discriminate between truth and misrepresentation. For. our own part, guided by our fixed rule to avoid «very sort of unnecessary interference with the proceedings of the public tribunals, until brought to a constitutional termina- tion, we have reserved our comments for the present opportunity. The transac- tions being now substantiated on oath, and detailed in the records of the press the guilt of the perpetrators having been established by the verdict of a jury, after an open, elabórate, and impartial trial and nothing remaining but what apper- tains to the Execut...

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THE FRENCH AT T[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

THEvpRENCir AT TAHITI. We received last night the letter which appears below, detailing the cir- cumstances under which the French have taken possession of the Island of Tahiti. We shall probably receive further commu- nications in the course of the day, which we shall lay before our readers to-morrow, with comments upon this event, which we have long feared, but were in hopes would have been prevented hy the British Go- vernment assuming the protection of Queen Pomare, with whom and her sub- jects we deeply sympathise. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-If you think the following statement relative to the proceedings of the French in the South Pacific, likely to interest your reader», you are at liberty to publish ¡t making such curtailments as from its prolixity you may deem expedient. Its authenticity may be lelied on. It would appear, that about four years since someFienchpries'B,who had located themselves on the Island of Tahiti, were forcibly expelled by t...

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NES FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) THE M'LEAY AND BELLINGER RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR ( From our various Correspondents.) THE M'LEAY" AND BELLINGER RIVERS.     Kempsey, October 3.- In my last communi- cation, I mentioned that Mr, Massey new Commissioner eweaiTtovvamt Aïl,1i comlnenced the duties ".-.Ja ." * .1 has since been held every Monday at the police-station in this little village, at which that gentleman has presided, sometime, attended, also, by Captain Briggs, J.P. Mr, Massey appears to be remarkably attentive to his official duties; and it is, understood that he intends to visit Kempsey regularly once a week, to hear and decide cases. Last Monday and to-day several squatters and sawyers were fined in various penalties for squatting and cutting cedar without a licence He has very properly refused some of the latter a license, on account of their notoriously bad character on the river; and he has ex- pressed his determination to grant no sawyer a license who shall be living in a state of adultery, and several h...

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PLYMOUTH BREAKWATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

PLYMOUTH BREAKWATER. The following paper, containing a suc ciuct, yet iuteresting account of the rise, progress, and present stnte of this nati- onal undertaking, which was read at the recent meeting of the British Association at Plymouth, will, we are sure, prove in- teresting to our readers. We extract it from the Plymouth Herald : " PLYMOUTH BREAKWATKR. " W. Stuart, Esq., superintendent of this work, then read the following paper : " Gentlemen,-Before I proceed to the immediate subject of my paper, I may, perhaps, be allowed to state that from the moment at which I first learned that the eleventh meeting of the British Associ- ation would be held at Plymouth, I pur- posed preparing a communication upon the breakwater to lay before it, for I readily imngined that a communication respecting that great national undertaking could not be but well received. Had this, however, not been my determination, I should have felt myself cnlled upon, after the recent pnpers which have been prcsj...

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EXAMINATI0NS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

?XAMINATI0N3. In the Insolvency of Benjamin Singleton : The insolvent was called and examined, on Wednesday, for the trustees, by Mr. Johnson from the office of O'Rielly mid Bradley, he de posed as follows : The schedule is correct as far as I know, but at the time of making it out the Sheriff was in possession, and it was almost impossible to make it out quite cor- rectly; I have received large sums during the last two year's; I received £1000 from Mr. Cullen more than eighteen mouths ago; I received £2100 from Mr. Burdekin in diffe- rent payments; I have received £2500 during the last two years, besides what I I have received from Burdekin and Cullen. I have received various other small sums; I received upwards of £270 from Nathan Jo- seph about two months before my insolvency, and paid the same to the Sheriff. Most of the debts contracted by me during the last two years are shop accounts, and endorse- ments : I mean by shop accounts goods sup. plied for the use of the family, and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

BIRTH. At her residence, Church-street, Parra- matta, on Tuesday, the 18th instant, Mrs. James Urquhart, of a son. At Banks House, Botany, on the 19th instant, Mrs. Robert Lord, of a son.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS.     From Port Macquarie, yesterday, having left     the preceding day, the steamer Maitland, 103     tons, Captain Parsons, with sundries. Pas-         engers-Mrs. G. Kinnear, Messrs. Salway,     Stephens, Todd, and four in the steerage. From Hobart Town, same day, having left the 11th inst., the brig Caroline, 113 tons, Captain Coombs, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, and Mr. Evans. From Tahiti, same day, having left the 16th ultimo, the schooner Coquette, 72 tons, Captain Loten, with cocoa-nut oil, &c. Passengers -   Captain Carmichael, and two in the steerage.

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ORIGINAL [?]TRY. BATHURST JAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

t ff Ji -* 1 } , T rt\\J -MstOWAIi, »OCTET. . " . BATHURST JAIL. [The following verses were written after heading the report of Judge Stephens, at the opening of the Court at Bathurst-September, 1842, contained in the Sydney Morning Herald, of friday, 30th September, 1842. The Judge'* speech begins at line lol : the first 100 lines are a prefatory reminiscence ot the Author, who lived two years at Bathurst, (1838, 1839), and was not unacquainted with the interior of the then disgraceful prison, which he is shocked to find is still in existence. The community is deeply in- debted to the Judge for his well timed and feeling observations, which it is hoped will receive immediate attention from the Govern- ment.] Far o'er the sandstone mountains blue, Where evening sun's decline to rest, Fades on the eye in azure hue, 'The distant country of the west : Kurpass'd by none in grass and soil, 5 It only asks the farmer's toil, And herdsman's care, and shepherd's eye, Man's amplest wishes to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THli Subscribers to this Paper, nnil the Public generally, are respcctfiillyi nformed, that in future die following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sijdnci/.-No new Subscribers will le received without one quarter king paid in advance, for which ten percent, will be allowed ; the aub icription in advance being 13s. 6d. iper quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without hlf-H-ywr being paid in advance, '-t- winch ten per cent, will be al «;,""ti¡ot " mmùspiriWr -d»»«1/» .fWÍer Jp>C.SDfHi JnpWl1 "wfr/Mr j tvM the rProprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of p 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 recovering the amount due will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October 1842

T Clarence and. Blibtaond uiver*. HE SCHOONER __ SALLY v will sail in a few days for the fgs abuvenamed Rivers. For freight or passage apply to the master, on board, at Kellick'a wharf, or Mr. Will'am Ct le, Argj li street. 5591 ror Ulladulla, Bro atoo, and Bermagui. [HE fine fast-siiling cutter STAR will sail for the above pott«, on __^__1 Tuesday next. Var freight or pâssaKe uni ly to the master, on board, or to E.M. STOREY, ) Union Wharf, Sussex-street. rou- iwoKaTow bat. A CONSTANT TRA OIK. i r-i-. TpHE fiae first-cks» Schooner r>W\ 1 . EDWARD, «««WtrfV* J"1"1 Chambers, master. This tggSgrgszr* vc»«'l i« dally expected¡ mean time"Tgoods intended to be Wden by her are sloi ed free of charge. Apr'y to T. AGARS, 5599 Kent-street North. ror Hobart Town direct« 11I1E fine, fast sailing, first eli«» hiiir CAROLINE, j R. Coombes, commander, now j Ijiug at Cook's wharf, has room for a few ton» freight, and excell nt accommo I datiot s for pas*ena,crJ, and w It sail on ihe 27th instan...

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METALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842

METALS. I Iron.AsMrted,perton...... < Il . Copper ...Sheathing, per lb. 411 0 Zine.Rolled, per ton. 9 0 ' Lead.Ditto . me Tin Plate«. Anortad. 22s. to SOO Shot......Assorted.. V 0 li

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CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842

CANDLES. Eaglish... Moulds, por Ib.. 0 111 8perm. 0 til Wax. 0 II 8tearine. 0 1 ° American.. Sperm . Ill EastlndiaWax . Um. Colonial ..Sperm . 0 S< I I

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TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842

TOBACCO. i Negrohead (American) per lb. 1». to 0 2 0 Cavendiah.Ditto. 0 » 1 Brazil. 0 i i Cigars ....llavanuah,per 1000... t I I Manila. 2 0 I Bengal. Nsaàd

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