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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 18th to the 25th Instant, Inclusive. (Nil.) EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 18th to the 25th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AuiHo»rrr or TUE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the \&th to the 25th Instant, Inclusive. CNilJ EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the- 18t*A to the QSth Instant, inclusive. CURRENCY LASS, 90 torrs, Wishart master, for Ho. bail Town, HO cases cheese, 28 kegs butter, 3 casks beef, S casks pork, l8 casks tallow, SO boxes soap, 133 bags, aird lia bushels maize, so. planks cedar, 1 case lui rriture, mid flores. JOLLY HA.VJBLEK, 5a tons, BrignnI) master, for Launceston, 59 casks beef, 11 casks butler, 4 casks, 0 cases, 1 box, and rjOoheeses, 70 boxes candles, lu boxes soup, IS casks tallow, S casks, IS cases, 1 trunk oranges, I cask, I case lemons; s cases to- bacco, 1 case currie powdar, 1 case, I cask, 0 bun riles hardware, 1 cask pick axes, 1 cask glassware, t case liais, S Casks harness, 1 case apparel, 1 truss sheeting, 1 case muslin, s bales cloth, and stores.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

EXsECAVT MANSIOW, Hereford House, Domain, and Garden, the Residence of His Majesty's Attorney General, situate 2 miles from Sydney, upon the Glebe Land, leading from the Parramatta Road to Ultimo Cove, with three portions of Land adjoining. ST MB,. BODENHAM, On FRIDAY, the 20th July, at CUMMINGS' HO- TEL, at 1 o'Clock precisely. MR. BODENHAM has the honour to an- nounce, that he has received instructions to submit to the hammer, all that Modern and Ele- gantly built Residence, called HEREFORD HOUSE, with the DOMAIN and beautiful GARDEN attached thereto, now in the occupation of His Majesty's Attorney General In the erec- tion of this Mansion, an immense outlay of capital has been expended, with a view to render it suita- ble for the especial residence of persons holding the highest appointments, connected either with the Church or State. The Residence was built under the superinten- dence of that able and aspiring Architect, Mr. E. HALLEN, and cost the Proprietor a sum in the pur- c...

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Weekly Meteorological Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

Weekly Meteorological Table, The WEATHER and vaiinlloimif Hie THERMOMETER, '. during the pint week, In Sydney, at 6 in the morning, . nt noon, mid nt (i n'Clnck in the evenlnc. lues. i a. ni .Fine 48 W 12 noon Fine 94 Calm W Fridn.v G a. in Cool 42 W 12 non Wind. 56 SSW W Sal. 6 a. in tool 48 WNW I ! noon Cloudy A3 Calm ."¿oaT fi pt in. Windy fi p. III, Clnnd 0 p. m, Fino 5« Calm rt p. m. Cloud) 3.1 Calm Mean Temperature, SO. *

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

BIRTHS.—At the King's Male Orphan School, on the 16th instant, Mrs. M. R. Weston, of a daughter. On Saturday morning last, Mrs. George Weller, of a daughter. DEATH.—Drowned by accident, at Concord, on Wednesday, George, the infant son of George Robert Nichols, Esq. 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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EXTRACTS CONTINUED. STEAM CARRIAGES ON COMMON ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

EXTRACTS CONTINUED. STEAM CARRIAGES ON COMMON ROAPS. -COLONEL TORRENS, JL MEMBE* OP THE COM- MITTEE ; EXAMINED.-Q. Have you considered the .effect which will lie produced upon British agricul- ture, by substituting, on common roads, steam car- riages for carriages drawn by horses?-A. I have. . Q. What do you conceive that effect would be?-A. I think it would produce very beneficial effects upon agriculture. Q. State your reasons for believing that agri- culture will be benefited by substituting inani- mate for animal power, consuming the produce of the soil?-A. I conceive that agriculture is prosperous in proportion as the quantity of produce brought to market exceeds the quantity expended in bringing it there. If steam carriages be em- ployed instead of carriages drawn by horses, it will be because that mode of conveyance is found the cheapest. Cheapening the carriage of the produce of the soil must necessarily diminish the quantity of produce expended in bringing a given quantity ...

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ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

ADDRESS. To His Excellency Major-General RICHARD BOURKE, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Colony of New South Wales and tis Dependencies, &.c. &.c. The humble Address of the undersigned Land- holders, Residents, and other Free Inhabi- tants of Argyle, assembled at the Township of Goulburn Plains, on the 18th June, 1832. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY, " We, the undersigned landholders and residents of Argyle, beg leave most respectfully to tender to Your   excellency our warmest and heartfelt annulations on the occasion so flattering to us as Your Excellency's welcome visit to this County ; as well as to testify the   high sense we entertain of the distinguished honor conferred upon these Southern Districts, in having been made the object of Your Excellency's first jour- ney into the interior. " These Districts, recently settled, and comparatively   neglected as they have hitherto, and though at   present unfavoura...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MS. S. LYONS, On Wednesday the 4th July, at 11 o'clock, at the Stores of Mr. M. PiiiLiars, O'Connell-street, without reserve, LOOKING glasses ivory small tooth combs horse combs, white quilts striped florentines white window Holland, bobbinet, 9-8 printed mus- lins blue broad cloth, Marseilla quilting, waist- coats 10-4, 11-4, 12-4, heavy blankets suitable for private families scale beams, and other goods. Terms made known at the time of sale. FOB SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A FARM, containing Fifty Acres of good Land, situate at Banks Town, about fifteen miles from Sydney, known by the name of HANDLE'S FARM, and adjoining the property of Richard Brooks, Esq., on the east side of the Liverpool road. Application to be made to Mr. Thomas ¡Meehan, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, Campbell Town. To MXHCHAUTS and SHIPPERS of CO&OZSXaX BSET. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, FROM Seventy to Eighty Head of BUL- LOCKS, in excellent order ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. } Sydney, 8*. per Quarter.-Single Ntupber*, 6rf. > Country, (Postage included) 10*. &a\ per Quarter, j f TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. j For EigM Lint* and under, 2s. Gd., and Id. each, I for every Line above Eight ¡ for each Insertion. <S" The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday norning; and the Quarters end the 81st March, QOth June, 30th September, and 31s< December; at which periods ONLY can Subscribers decline. ADVERTISEMENTS must specify, on the face of them, the number of times they ar* intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the party. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o'Clock onWeancsdays and Saturdays; but fresh ones will be received until 6 o'Cloth of those days. AU letters mutt be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. ron. CALCUTTA »ZJUBCT. HPHE first class Ship Burren, JL will meet with quick des- patch nnd carries an expe- rienced Surgeon.-For ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

SHIPPING: IIJTEI.I.IGEWCE. A RR1VALS. From Port Stepl ens on Moaday last, tbp Cut- ter Lambton, Captain Corlette. From London via Ilobai t Town, on Tuesday night last, having left the former port on the 18th January, and the latter on the 17th of June, the barque Henry, 259 tons, Capt. Bunney, with a general cargo of merchandize. Passengers, Messrs. Burdikin, Young, Hunt, and Parker, from Hobart Town. From Cork, yesterday, having left that port on the 18th of March, the barque City of Edinburgh, 366 tons, Captain Wade, with 139 male prikoners. Surgeon Superintendent, Anthony Donohoe, Esq. R N. The guard consists of a detachment of the 17th Regiment, under the command of Lieutenant Bayliss, 17th Regiment, and Lieutenant Stewart, 44th Regt. Passengers, Mrs. Bayliss and seven children, Mary Connolly, two soldiers' wives, and 'two children. From Launceston, same day, having left that port on the 16th instant, the brig Socrates, Capt. Gibbons, with a cargo of wheat, hay, and potatoes. Pa...

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The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832

The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1832. -? " Sworn lo no Master, of no Sect am I." The City of Edinburgh arrived yester- day evening, from Ireland the I8th of March, having made the passage in ra- ther more than 8 months. We antici pated to have laid before our roaders a budget of European news by this vessel, but were disappointed in the receipt of our papers. A gentleman by the City of Edin buigh has, however, obliged us with the following scraps. The Reform Bill had not passed the Lords, nor was that event likely to take place,-if it ever will,-for some time to come. The Cholera was spreading in England, but not to any great extent. It was re- ported that the ship Katharine Stewart Forbes, bound for Van Diemen's Land with prisoners, was performing quarantine at Portsmouth, with the Cholera on board. Mr. O'Conncll was to make his public entry into Cork on the day the City of Edinburgh sailed. A splendid chair had been manufactured for the occasion, at a great expense. Colonel ...

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TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED.   THE Tickets of Leave, granted to the following persons, have been cancelled for the     reasons set against their respective names, viz. Guildford 3, Andrew Monks for employing a runaway while in charge of a station in Argyle. Mangles 4, Patrick Connolly, for having obtained it under a false representation. Mariner 3. Robert Hodnet, for theft. Marquis Huntley 2, Laurence Larkin, for disobedience, and absconding ftnm his masteir's employ. Speke 2, John Johnson, for receiving stolen property. Three Bees, Michael Neal, for assaulting n constable. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. Colonial Secretary's; Office 26th June, 1832.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

BXAB.Y. Memoranda'for the present week. -; j SUN j High lulu. 'July, _ Calendar._[ rises I 'srtt \ morn | even. "3 | M | VUltttlon B~V. Mary, j 7 7|4 KIpM» I " 'n 3 l-yfScôulilTnfbtllIonriTial? 7|4W|114a[ 0 0 TJ~Vy Prrämfö? -tTMartln. j 7 7 | 4 53 | 0 10 j l> Ott 6 | T | Battle of Wagram, 1800. | 7 0 j 4 54 | I fl [ 1 !» *6 j Kj| John Flaxman ¿. I746T]'7 (f|464|_2 0J_2 Q^ 2JÖLI JMlltireitoieil. 1814. 17 0'|Tft4.| 8"5p | una l8 | S ¡Ord Sun, afterTriaity., | 7 <1 | 4 54 | 4 5 | 4 3U First Quarter, Stil day, 33 minutes patt 0 morning.

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

MARKEIS. Thursday, Junk 28. The supply this morning was very abundant, al- though but very slight alterations had taken place in the various articles of produce. 1800 bushels of wheat were disposed of at Mr. Barker's granaries, from 4s. to 6s. per bushel. Other. grains, at our last quotations, good heavy wheat, would meet a ready sale. . Vegetables were much in demand, at good prices. Dairy produce is likely to fall. Tallow, candles, and soap, without any alteration. Cattle and butchers' meat stationary. The horse market is rather brisk just now. Woods are dull' of sale. Wools, of good qualities, in demand.

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Launceston Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

Launceston Prices Current.' Coaís (New South Wales') per ton...í¡2 2 0 Lime (shell) per bushel. 0 2 6 Oil (sperm) per gallon. 0 10 0 Salt, per cw{^.,. 0 7 0 Soap (English) per lb. per box,. 0 10 From the South African we copy the following shipping intelli gence . Arrived at the Cape of Good Hope (March 28) Honorable Company's ship Duke of York, R. Locke, from' Canton Jan. 19, to this port and London. CaTgo, teas, &c. Passengers, Meeds, Aiport, Cartwright, and Boucart; Messrs. Mar joribariks and Cartwright. H. M. S. 'Wotffwasat Canton. March 29,,the ship Curler, J. Boyd, from Scura baya Jan. 9, to Cowes, for orders. Cargo, coffee, &c.

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 29th to the 30th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

RETURN oj the Average Wholesale Prices of F J Ria PRODUCE from the 29th to the 'iOih instant. Wheat, best M. S. Wales £ s. d. p. bus.of COIbs. Do.¿econd quality, do.O 4 S ditto ditto Do. Third do. do..0 3 6 ditto ditto Burley, bost ditto.O 3 (i ditto of 501b». Maize, best ditti.O 2 6 do. ineasiireiiit. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 1 7 per lb. Ditto, second quality. 0 1 4 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales.4 5 0 perlón Butter, best salt.....4 18 0 per owt. Cheese, good.«... ! 3 0 ditto roi k, salt. llo 4 ditto. Bacon,.2 6 8 ditto Ham. 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent, Qcorge-itrect.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

?Weekly ïffeieorological Table. ThcWPATHERand vailnthintortheTMEKMrtUCTEn, during Hie |i«n«»k, in svdnej , atti ni the niorniiig. nt noun mid Hi fi iiTlock in llic evcnlne. . .Hull. 0 ii. ni Clear 45 W Lue*. o a ni Cloud) 48 Calm fi a. ni Ci.ol 41 Cnnl 4» S Vf ua, 6 a. m Cm 11 43 W am. 6 a. in tool 47 NW l8 no0»| Clear fi7 12 nix» Windy IS noon] Win i j 13 »on Clear 50 IS noon P.i ISnoon Mild Fine s(4 .NNB ti p. ni Wind j S p. mflp. m Clear Clear ti p. lil Clear A3 SsW .Mean Temperature, si.

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

POLICE INCIDENTS. Monday.-Mr. Lewis Solomon, Inn-keeper, a resident at Campbell Town, was brought to this office by a warrant, under the following circum- stances:-In the month of January last, a ball was given at Solomon's, at which, Mr. Alexander Still and Lieutenant Graham of the 17th Regt, attended; while dressing, Mr. Still placed his gold watch on the chimney-piece of the bed-room ; having kept it up to a late hour, the gentlemen took their depar- ture, when they were some miles from the house, Mr. Still missed his watch, which he conjectured he had left at Solomon's, and wrote to him to that effect; Solomon, however, before he received the letter had proceeded to Sydney, where he was met by Lieutenant G. who mentioned the circum- stance to him ; Solomon said he knew nothing about the watch, nor had he seen it. In the month of April, Solomon presented the watch at Mr. Oatley's to have a glass fitted in it, Mr. Oatley said he should stop the watch, as he had had orders from Mr....

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TICKETS OF LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

TICKETS OF LEAVE.   THE following Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave since the last day of publication, viz :-- County of Cumberland. AIRDS.-Coghlan William, Boyne; Openshaw Jo-         seph, Sesosii i-; Quinton George, Guildford 6; Smith William, Countess llurcnuit. APPIN,-Goodman John.Guildford 6; Keaghry Wil- liam, Morley 4; Staunton Patrick, John Barry!. COOK-Mulligan Edward, Morley 4; Ratcliff Joseph, Guildford 6. COOK'S RIVER.-Allen Thomas, Marquis Hastings 2. EVAN.- Andiew George, Scsiistns ; Balcomb Wil- liam, Guildford 6, Brasil James, Boyne; Bishton             Thomas, Marquis Hastings 2; Clancey Thomas, Eliza 3; Collins Thomas, ditto; Cowman Morris, Marquis Huntley 2; Galvin John, ditto;. Hand John, Minerva 4; Heffernan James. Marquis Huntley 2 ; Hickman Tho- mas, Recovery I; Mannix John, Eliza 3; Parr Wil- liam,...

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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. ' Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prkci Ale, Bng.-Hliii.e;. 10/ a 9/. do. doz. UxhISj Colonial-Hlid. 00 a 80 do. do/. Gatl Beer, Eng.-Hhd. 0/.10/a 81 do. nal. 14» a 14 Colrinlal-Mid. 4.1 .-. Ii do. gal. 2 aO Biscuit,....percwt, 1» a ?j Blankets, Col.p.pr. lu h SO Blue,.Ib. i a 00 Butter, trc-h....Uldul»-tri salt.O palO Bread,21h. lo.il, u 3 a O 1| Candles,Mlds.lb.l o a O o Dips.... O 7 ii O O Cattle, Bullocks en. il 10« a 2ZI5i Working do. 1 0 a 4 0 Cow«,.. . " 1 0 a 2 0 do.in Milk ,,1 10 a 3 to Calves,....,, 6ta Rt Sheep." G a B Pigs,. 7 a IO do. roasting, 4 a OP Chcese.Eng.lb.Ss.lda Ostid Col. " 0 4 a 0 6 Cloth.l'ai ramalUt per yard,.... I 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee gnul. lb. I 6 a o o Eggs, per doz, 10 a 12 FUx.NewZca.toii, l61 a IB Flour, lOOIbs. fine 2ud& Bai ker,.... I7s0d-14»0<i Longford, ..1(1 6 -14 0 Dixon,.17 o -14 a Girard, «...17 0-14 Q Pickering...17 0 -14 n0 Oordon.17 0 -14 0 Gree...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

BIRTH.—On the 28th instant, at Durham Cottage, the Lady of John Nicholson, Esq., Master At- tendant, of a son. MARRIED.—-On Tuesday, the 26th inst, at St. Mary's Church, Field of Mars, by the Rev. Charles Dickinson, Mr. Henry Bond of Sydney, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. James Shepherd, of Kissing Point. 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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