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

,. EXTRACTS. Bomba v.-We have to notice the publication in Bombay Of a Newspaper conducted by a few1 natives resident in Bombay who state that "stimulated by a desire to encourage amongst their countrymen the pursuit of English literature and to open a field for free and public discussion on points connected with the prosperity of this country and the happiness of its inhabitants they intend to publish a newspaper entitled the "Bombay Durpun" this paper has alter- nate columns of English and Mahratta ; and is the third Native Paper which has been established in Bombay.-The March of Intellect has not jet reached the 'Native Inhabitants of Madras, for al- though we have often heard of an intention to estab- lish a Native Paper here, still this has not been carried into effect ; if not published for the same reason assigned for the publication of the Bombay Durpun, we think it would at least prove a profita- ble Concern. 1 ' '' SlNOAroM.-We have been favoured from another quarter, with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

. FRUIT TRÊÈ8Ï .."';.' THE following FRUIT TREES are for Sale at the Garden of ,the AGRICULTURAL ;*»». HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY,. Par- ramatta, viz..- ". . ? ' ' 1; ;, *:, ''?'."? ".:" ' '.-;A'P?.L-È3r,:-' i*'.,'..'.!..? ?...'?' Ribstone Pippin,'June eatingniWi.nter,keeping, Early red streak, Carlisle Codling, .Golden Russet, andWhitstonebury Pippin. ...;;;..: ' ' " PEARS Green Chissell, Jarganclle, Early Summer Ber farnot, Çrasanne, Swan's Egg, Evan's' Golden ¡aster, and Golden Bergamot, . ... -NECTARINES. ' Roman and.Cling Stone.. ;,.£ I'- .;., . i> ..# ?-, '. APteicoT& -/.'-.';V '.'.?'! . Moore Park. .'' ".. . ., . .- PEACHES, j1' ' ' '. *-$ v , Royal George, Late June, Large fleshy, Noblesse, and red Nutmeg. ' , 'S-... ' CHEBRIES. . .' ti' V May ' Duke, Early May, White Heart ' and Black Heart ', v >. . PLUMS.'. -?.-- >- .. ! ,. Green Gage and Red American.' . v' almonds:.! :',*,'...'':.','';.;,: Paper Shelled. Price, ONE SHILLING . Each, payable pn delivery of the...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Z." cannot be inserted. " A Fool," cannot be inserted. " A Song by Alfred," is likewise inadmissille. A " Subscriber" enquires what were the particulars     attending the earthquake in this Country in the year 1800 ? We have to state that no serious damage was done, and that it was more felt in the interior than in Sydney, but as no paper was published at that period, the only accounts of it ex- isting, are those drawn from tradition, and per-   haps from Collins' account. The same Sub- scriber enquires what was the origin of the term Sydney? It was named after Townshend Lord Sydney, one of the Ministry at the time it was founded ; and its chief patron for many years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

J. WYATT, Cheap Wholesale and Retail Warehouse, . No. 16, PlTT-STREET. JW. h'as just received per Ships Ceylon, Lady m Wellington, and other late Arrivals, the following choice and extensive ASSORTMENT of GOODS, which he offers to his best Friends, the Public, at the undermentioned very low Prices : Ladies' Leghorn hats and bonnets, 15s., 17s. 6d., and 20s. each. Do. do. do. full trimmed do., 25s. and 30s. do. Children's Leghorn hats, 9s., 10s., and 12s. 6d. each. Do. do. bonnets, very fine, 15s. and 20s. do. Do. Dunstable h,ats and bonnets, 6s. and upwards. TMen's and Youths' Dunstable hats, 7s. 6d, each. A new and fashionable assortment of cap, bonnet, and waist ribbons. Rich blue black silk velvet, 20s. and 25s. per yard. Do. jet, do. do. collar do., 24s. and 30s. do, Black silk veh et ribbon, various widths. .Coloured Gros de Naples, 4s. per yard. 'Black, white, and coloured silk wire ribbon, 24 yards, 2s. per piece Do. do. cotton do. do. 24 . yards, Is. do Black, white, and col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,^yfâ Sydney, 8s. per Quarter.-Sixgle iV&igu, "6&j Country, (Pottage included J 10s. Gd.. per^^fätfii} TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For Sight Lines and under, 2*, Gd., and Id. tack, for tvertf Lint above Eights far euch Insertion. ' <^The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarters end the 31.Í March, 20th June, 30fA September, and 31st December ; at which periods only con Subscribers decline. AnvrRTisEMEKr.-, must SDecifv on the face of them, the number of times they are uitended to be trmrted, or they wiU be continued tdl countermanded, and charged to the party. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o' Clock o» Wednesdays and Saturdays ; but fresh ones will be received untUG o' Clock of those days. AU letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken t», J ' v u,oc'* FOIL CaXCTJTTA SZRBCT. HPHE first class Ship Burrell, A. will meet with quick des- patch and carries an expe- rienced Surgeon_F...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE   Two publications have issued from the Sydney press during the last fortnight. The one is a " Moral Poem," written du- ring a recent Voyage to this Country, and descriptive of the incidents of such voy- age. The other is a " compendious Latin Grammar for the use of the Students in the Australian College," comprising all the declensions, conjugations, indeclinable parts of speech, and rules of syntax of that language, upon a single sheet ; and which, from its comprehensive nature is calculated to save a vast quantity of un- necessary labour to young beginners in the study, not only of the dead languages, but of all modern languages derivable from them. WE regret that want of room pre- vents us from discussing their peculiar merits. Captain Humble, formerly of the H I. C. service, who, our readers may remember, was tried before the Supreme Court for forgery, and acquitted, has been transported by the Sydney Police Bench to a penal settlement, for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

Principal Superintendent of Convict's Office, Sydney, June, 25<A 1932. THE undermentioned Prisoners having ab- sconded from the Individuals and Employ- ments set against their Names respectively, and some of them being at Im-ge with stolen Certi- ficates and Tickets of Leave, all Constables and others are bcicby required and commanded to use their utmost exertions in apprehending and lodging them in safe custody. Any person harbouring or employing any bf the said Absentees, will be prosecuted as the Law directs: Cooper William, Hercules, 3t,'liempdrcsver, Rtiri port, 5 (eel 4. chesnnt eyes, dark brown hair, fresh comp. fioin No. SI road gang. ^- > .. Gillett alias Askketlle Henry, No. .11-142, Yor*:, 15, errand boy, Ipswich. 4 feet 8, Crown eves, liant brown lian . (mr freckled comp. large «Car across right cheek, extending to mouth, white spot ol' hair behind under right car, from Mr. K. Sandwell-Id time ot tunning. llcirrignn Jeremiah, Isabella, 34, ploughman, Lime- ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

( OBICrlNAï, POBTBTi; On. the motto of a seal "Pensez moi Ç'-«Think of me !" TO Ah ! "Pensez moi I" is on the seal Of each neat-folded letter, Your lovely sister sends to me As if I could forget lier ! Oh ! tell her then to change the seal For I do not like its tenor ; But stamp them with her own sweet name, The heart-thrilling name of Emma ! ALFRED.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. From the sperm whale fishery, on Wednesday last, the ship Lady Rowena, 323 tons, Captain Russell, with 600 barrels of oil. Sailed from this port on the 2nd of November, 1830. From Newcastle, on Thursday last, the steamers Sophia Jane and William the Fourth.   From Mauritius via Hobart Town, on Friday last, having left the former port on the 26th of March, and the latter the 18th June, the brig Har- riet, 255 tons, Captain Etty, willi 1732 bags of sugar. Passengers, Mr. Gwynn, and Mr. Brook man.   From Leith, Cape of Good Hope, and Hobart   Town, same day, having left the former port on the 12th of December, the second on the 7th April, and, the latter on the 24th of June, the brig Ann Jameson, 237 tons, Captain Alexander, with a ge- neral, cargo of merchandize. Passengers, Lieute nants Brooke and Moneypenny, of the 4th regt. ;   Messrs. Furlong and Marr, merchants from Hobart Town ; Mr. Greig, Surgeo...

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CERTIFICATES OF FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

CERTIFCATES OF FREEDOM.         THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom during the   last week ; viz. Brothers 2, Mary Byrne ; Canada 3, Owen M'Nally,   from a Colonial sentence; Guildford 3, John Walsh, from a Colonial sentence ; Hadlow I, John Owen, do, William Ray ; Henry Porcher, Michael Magill, ditto, Peter Clinch, ditto, Owen Curren, ditto. Jas. Purcell, ditto, Laurence Gannon ditto; Lady Rowena, Mary Dignam, Mary Clarke, ditto, Eliza Harvey; Lo- nach, Robert Crooks ; Lord Wellington, Mary Ann Reed ; Mangles 4, Thomas Earls or Connor ; Morley 1, George Webb ; Shipley 2, John Marsh, ditto, William Perry ; Tottenham, William Brlckley. By command of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. Colonial Secretary's Office, 25th June, 1832.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CIVIL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT(Civil side.) Monday.-The three Judges took their seats in banco this morning. Howe v. Howe in Equity.-Judge Dowling delivered the opinion of the Court to the effect, that,the premises known as 96, George-street, were taken possession of by George Howe, under the absolute grant as trustee of the children of Sarah Howe, not in his own right, they therefore ordered the premises to pass to the trustees of the children of Sarah Howe. Stewart v. Sinclair.-In this case plaintiffs bill of costs on the motion of the defendant had been referred to the Master to be reviewed, on the ground that several of the charges were most exorbitant. The Master had in accordance with such order reviewed, but without altering the charges, finding that the extraordinary charges were through de- fendant's planting or secreting his cattle in the bush. The Court therefore ordered the Master's report to be confirmed. Riley v. Davis, Administrator- In this case   defen...

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ADDRESS. To Thomas Meyrick, "Esq" Captain in His Majesty's 39th Regiment, Justice of the Peace, and Superintendent of Police for the District of Airds, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

ADDRESS.     To Thomas Meyrick, Esq., Captain in His Majesty's 39th Regiment, Justice of the Peace, and Superintendent of Police for the District of Airds, &c. &c. &c. Sir, Having heard that the 39th Regiment is shortly to leave this Colony for India, and that you are about to retire from the arduous duties of your Office as Superintendent of Police in these   Districts, to proceed with that Regiment, we beg to assure you of our unfeigned regret at the circum- stance of your departure from us. The urbanity of your manners, combined with that anxious feeling which you have ever evinced in the discharge of your important duties, to pro- mote the general welfare of these Districts, have called forth the unanimous approbation of the   inhabitants, who sincerely wish you and your worthy family every happiness which can be enjoyed by an upright and impartial man. We have the honour to be, Sir, your obedient servants. W. R. Kenny G. Vine H....

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JULY 2, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 July 1832

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JULY 2, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." His Excellency the Governor returned on Saturday, 23rd ult., from his long and interesting tour, undertaken with great personal fatigue and risk, to satisfy himself by ocular inspection, of the pro- priety of forming roads in the interior. It appears to us that the Colonists should follow up with vigour the favourable impressions, which we under- stand have been made on His Excellency's mind during his tour. The community at large appre- ciate highly the patriotic undertaking, and the in- habitants amongst whom he travelled are delighted with his affability, and the interest he felt in ascer- taining their wants and wishes. All the ordinary topics of discussion, however, are lost sight of in the all-engrossing subject of the Roads, to which the settlers look as means well adapted to raise the value of their farms more than four-fold. But in this, as in most other points in which public and private inter...

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MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

MARKETS. WEDNEsnav, Jur.v 4, 1882. Since our last publication, no alteration whatever has taken place in marketable produce, save wheat and flour. 768 bushels of wheat have been disposed of to Mr. Harker, from 4s. to 5s. 6d. per bushel. A rise may be shortly looked for in cattle. An ad- vance in hay is expected in a few days. The crops in, at present, bear a flourishing appearance in every part of the Colony.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 25th ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 25th ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. MARIANNE, 2G4 lons, U'Kemie master, for Hobart Town ; CO horses, I cask barnes«, 55 tons coals, 8 casks tallow, 30 casks bee!, 1 cask pork, |5 cas-..s k St cheese, 9 kegs colonial tobacco, 10 boxes sperm candles, 1 case hemp, flax, and stores, LONDON, 319 tons, Pickering master, for Liverpool, K18 planks cedar, 62 planks and So loads blue gum, 22,771 treenails, C1 casks and 1.5(11 hides, 5(0 horns, £56 bales wool 311 bales flax, I cask Mangrove ashes, 1 paper parcel, tobacco, 4 lids, nine, 1 case bullion, and stores.

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Vessels entered outwards from the 2nd to the 5th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

Vessels entered outwards from the 2nd to the 5th Instant, inclusive. June SA-SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, «¡2 toni, John Tuotli, Agent, South bi-as. -x8-MARIANNE,3G1 lons. William Morcan act. liubait Town. D Projected Departures. London-MARY ANN,3t* ton«, Aipioall & Co. agents, 4th instant. Bobart Town-FUNCHAI.L, 190 tons, Lamb & Co. agent», 5lh instant Coastwise from the 18th Ult. to the 2nd Inst. ' Inclusive. EXPERIMENT, 66 ton», Pulman, Shoalhaven, ee dnr, tee MONITOR. 30 tons, Starbuck, newcastle, coal«. SOPHIA JANE, I5ÍJ tons, Livingstone, Newcastle, sundries. WILLIAM IV-, 53 tonn, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries. JANE, SO tons, Smith, Illawarra, cedar. ALEXANDER M'LEAY, 39 ion», Cleet, Slioalliaven, cedar SHAMROCK, sg ton«, William», Newcastle, coal» SIR WILLIAM WAiLACE, 14 ton». Burnell, New- castle, coals SARAH, 13 ton». Le Das, Newcastle, coals HOPE, 24 ton». Blown, Nencftstle, coals 1 LAMBTON, 02 ion», Corlette, Port Stephen, coal» ALICK, 20 ton», Shoobeil, Illawarra,...

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 28th to the 30th. instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

RETURN oj the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 28th to the 30t7. instant. £ t. d. Wheat, best H. S. Wales .... 0 6 0 p. bus.of COIbs. Do. second quality, do.0 4 3 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0> 3 6 ditto ditto . Barley, best ditto. 0 3 fi ditto of COIbs. Maize, best ditto...,. 0 S 0 do. ineastiremt. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 1 7 per lb. Ditto, second quality.., 0 1 4 ditto Potatocs/N. S. Wales. 4 5 0 per ton Batter, best salt.4 l8 0 per cwl. Cheese, good. 2 9 0 ditto Poik, suit. 1 10 4 ditto. Bacon.2 6 8 ditto Hum. 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Aient, Oeorgettreet.

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand. s3rd Ultimo, B. P. rum, 133,326 gal- lons; brandy, 19,638 gallons; gin,8.4Q7 gallons; other spirits,7,0tíl gallons; tobacco, 55,140 pounds. Received during the week, BP. Rnm, 8,863 gallons. Delivered for Home Consumption, B. P. Rum, 5,580 gallons; brandy, 268 gallons: gin, 633 gallons; other spirits, 39 gallons-, tobacco, 4,339 pound». Delivered for Exportation, I), f. rum, 511 gallons ; gin, 67 aullóos; other spirits 116 gallons; tobacco 405 pounds. Slock on hand Suth ultimo, B. P. Rum, 13r5,0G8 gal« lons; brandy, 19,370 gallons; gin, 7,797 gallons; other spirits, 7.706 gallons ; tobacco, 50,396 pounds. July 2, 1H32.

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The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." . O un readers must be aware, that a Com- mittee has been appointed, by His Excel- lency the Governor, to carry into effect, a plan for instituting a Savings Bank in Sydney, for the benefit of persons of the working- class, and for small settlers in the interior. Experience has taught the world tlie propriety of such Institutions ; and "if the arrangements to be adopted, are such as will give entire confidence to the parties interested, we may expect to see them flou- rish in this Country, as much as in Eng- land. For success they depend upon public opinion ; and as persons in the middling walks of life are extremely tenacious of their first opinions, and in mutters of cal ' dilation and detail are not'perhaps the best able to decide on the fitness of the plans proposed, till experience has placed the stamp of her approbation upon, them, we conceive that a few observations on the subject may be useful...

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ORIGINAL POETRY TO— — [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832

ORXaiNAL POETRY i TO She loved, and was beloved-She adored, And she was worship'd ; after nature's fashion',' Their intense souls, into each other pour'd, If, souls could die, liad perish'd in that passion. Byron. 'Twere well that I should fix on thee . As purest of thy kind, And love thee with that exta^y, We feel when some wild ininstrclsey, In strains comes 'er the mind. Such as I've heard from thy fond lute, When all was hush'd, serene and mute. Or when the tones of that sweet Voico Dissolve upon the chords; Surpassing all our powers pf choice, In ought that can the soul rejoice, Too exquisite for words! Svveet as the sounds of some far hell, Which nightly O'er the smooth lake swell. It were not strange that thou shouldst seem Companion of my soul; And sent to realise that dream Of happiness, and bliss supreme, That will not bear controut. As one for whom I long have sought, The object of unceasing thought. I oft have vvish'd that we might be United and alone, On some lorn Isle ...

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