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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS, On Friday, 8th instant, the ship York, put back in consequence of contrary winds. On Saturday 9th, the barque Warren, from Swan River on the 15th March ; the schooner New Zealander, from New Zealand 2d instant. On Tuesday 12th, the schooner Currency Lass, from New Zealand the 1st instant. On Wednesday 13th, the cutter Lambton, from Port Stephens. On Friday 15th, the cutter Fairy, from New- castle. Yesterday, the 17th, the brig Queen Charlotte, from New Zealand. Lading, 800 seal   skins, and flax ; the Elizabeth, from Hobart Town. Last Night the Jane, Captain Church,   with merchandize. She was detained 6 weeks   after quitting London by adverse winds, but ul- timately sailed from Plymouth on the 25th No-   vember.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Joseph's Farewell.—The Emigrant—Oh ! Glo- rious sight to me.—The Convict's Dirge. —The Two Dogs.—The Smile and the Tear.—Ode to Despair, &c, shall appear. We thank the Gentleman who sent us the French Work on the Vine, it shall be translated. Servant of All Work.—Soho.—Retired Prig.— Raw Head.—Barney, and others, are cleverly done, aud will appear. Ortho—and Hetero—Doxy, though a true bill, is an unseemly doxy. Colin Clout's extremely pungent Dialogue with the Land Board is withheld, "Nous verrons." If Colonns would oblige us with the loan of the work to which he alludes, we will gladly follow his advice. The Essays on the India Question.—The Vine Husbandry.—Colonial Machinery, and the Ex- tracts from the Canadian Paper on the Dollar System, will meet ready insertion. Trunnion, on the Sir George Murray.—Pounder, on the Impounding Act.—Typo, on Printing by Contract, &c, are under consideration.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 6, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 6, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor directs   it to be notified, that the following Rules and   Regulations, for the conduct of business in the Su- preme Court, which have been prepared by His Honor the Chief Justice, have been transmitted to England for His Majesty's confirmation and allowance, as required by the Order of the King in Council, dated the 19th day of October, 1824. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER MCLEAY. I, Francis Forbes, Esquire, Chief Jus- tice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales,     do hereby certify, that the several Rules and Regu- lations, hereunto annexed (being fifteen in number), for the conduct and despatch of business in the said Court, are truly and faithfully copied from the origi-   nal Rules and Regulations made by me, in pursuance of His Majesty's Order in Council in such case made, and remaining of record in the ...

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Omniana. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

Omniana. SYDNEY COLLEGE.—A letter has been received from the Under Secretary of State, regarding the pro- ceedings which took place about fifteen months since, at the laying the foundation of the Sydney College. The opinion of His Excellency the Governor had not been received at the date of the letter, though it was anxiously anticipated. The proceeding seem to have   excited considerable interest, and accounts may be ex- pected in a few weeks, regarding the probability of     Government patronage. The Institution, we are glad to hear is not on the decline. We should feel equal in-   terest in both the rival Institutions, the Sydney College   and the King's School, if they are founded on a basis equally liberal. SHIP BUILDING.—Mr. Grono, the spirited builder of the ship Australian, has another vessel of large di- mensions in a considerable state of forwardness, at his building yard, on the Hawkesbury ; she is intended ...

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Change of Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

Change of Ministry. On Tuesday last, the Earl of Liverpool arrived with female prisoners, bringing news to the 4th December. We have been favoured with the perusal of some, of the latest papers, from which it appears that a revolution of sentiment and principle has taken place in the British Ministry,   as effectual as that in France, without its violence and bloodshed. The Ministry of the Duke of Wellington is at an end. Earl Grey, long the ostensible head of the Whigs, has taken his place. The nation was prepared for a change, though the Premier seems to have been the last to adopt the opinion. The late Elections had been de- cidedly popular ; and that coquetting with the leading Whigs, which has been going on ever since the accession of Mr. Canning, had given them an influence in the public voice, and Minis- terial operations, that has been highly favorable to the interests of the community. In 1807 Earl Grey refused to retain, and since to accept office, unless the ...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 18th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 18th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." PUBLIC Opinion is so much guided, in the present age, by the Press, that every new attempt to increase its range, must be interesting to the community. It is expected, too, that when an Editor "Makes his first attempt on any stage," he shall conform to custom, and set forth the ge- neral bearing of his sentiments, and his claims for support. We shall state our claims to attention in a few words, and trust to our future efforts to please and instruct, for a continuance of patronage. Editors, it must be acknowledged, are not, in all cases, guided by motives that will bear scrutiny. Armed with an en- gine of the most comprehensive powers, and wielding, with dexterity, the Edito- rial We, which gives the force of num- ber to the speculations of an individual, they become organs of the public voice, and their opinions are trumpeted forth as the most oracular in the land. If they were impeccable, their lab...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

MARRIED.—On Saturday the 9th Inst, at St. Philip's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Cowper, Mr. W. T. Cape, of Sydney to Jane, the eldest daughter of William Jaques, Esq., of the Surveyor General's Department. On Tuesday, 12th Instant, at Maitland, by the Rev. R. Hill, Francis Mitchell, Esq. of Sydney, to Miss Eliza Merritt, daughter of Mr. Merritt of the same place. On Thursday the 14th Instant, by the Rev. Mr. McGar- vie, Mr. Henry McDermott, of Sydney, to Mrs. Margaret Pickever of King street. DIED.—At Portland Head, on the 13th instant, Mr. James Davison, an old and respectable settler.   Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, AND WILLIAM McGARVIE, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

Australian Bank Shares. ——-oo—— To be Sold by Public Auction. BY MR. B0DENHAM. At his rooms, on Tuesday, the 3rd May, 1831, at half past 1 o'Clock precisely, Twenty Shares in the Bank of Australia. MR. BODENHAM respectfully no- tifies that he has received instructions from J. E. Manning. Esq. to dispose of the above mentioned highly important Property belonging to the Estate of J. T. Campbell, Esq. late M. C, and he deems the notoriety of its constantly increasing value will render all comments from him superfluous. These Shares will be sold in the following Lots : "üiii^ « inclusive, containing 2 Shares each, upon which 56l. 10s. per share has been already paid up.     Lot 6 to 10 inclusive, containing 2 Shares each, upon which 50l. per Share has been already paid up. Endorsed Bills at 3 months date, bearing interest at 10 per cent, will be taken for, the purchase, such bills to be approved by the Vendors Solicitor, or a Transfer of the Shares to he withhe...

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ENGLISH NEWS. The King's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

ENGLISH NEWS. ——o—— The King's' Speech.     His Majesty King William the 4th, opened Parliament in person, on the 2d November, and delivered his speech as follows :— " My Lords and Gentlemen,—It is with great satis- faction that I meet you in Parliament, and that I am enabled, in the present conjuncture, to recur to your advice. Since the disolution of the late Parliament, events of deep interest and importance have occurred on the Continent ot Europe. The elder branch of the House of Bourbon no longer reigns in France, and the Duke of Orleans has been called to the throne by the title of ' King of the French.' Having received   from the new Sovereign a declaration of his earnest desire to cultivate the good understanding, and to maintain inviolate all the engagements subsisting with this country, I did not hesitate to continue my di- plomatic relations aud friendly intercourse with the French Court. I have witnessed, with deep regret, the stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, Sydney, per quarter 5s.—Single Numbers 7d.} Country, (postage included) 6s 3d p. quarter.} VOLUME I. MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1831.     TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS.   { For Eight Lines and under, 2s 6d, and 1d each {for every Line above Eight.     Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 4, 1831.   THE undermentioned Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave since the last day of publication, viz :—   SYDNEY. Donohoe Martin, Mangles (4).   BATHURST. Hunter Thomas, Asia (1). MAITLAND. Taylor James, Tottenham. By Command of His Excellency the Governor.   ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 9, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 April 1831

Government Notice.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 9, 1831, HIS Excellency the Governor has   been pleased to approve of the following al-   terations in the Police of the Colony, namely :— SYDNEY. To be Constables. William Longhurst, came free, from the 25th February. James Mayo, per Neptune (2), from the 25th February Hugh Montague, per Recovery (2), from the 25th   February. James Sperin, per Mangles (2), from the 11th ultimo. Edward Moriarty, per Countess Harcourt (2), from the 23d ultimo. To be Water Police Boatman. William Mitchell, came free, from the 25th February. Constable resigned. Patrick Fitzpatrick. Constables dismissed. Hugh Montague and John Turner, for highly impro- per conduct.   Water Police Boatmen dismissed. Michael Garvey, for highly improper conduct and   drunkenness, and William Mitchell, for highly improper conduct. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, &n...

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Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. £ s. «Al Ale, English..doz- 0 12 fi Colonial gall. 0 6 0 Arrow Koot... .lb'. 0 I 0 Beer, English, gull. 0 4 Ó Colonial "020 Biscuit,. .per cwt. 0 16 0 Blankets, Col. p.pr 0 10 0 Blue_.lb. 0 2 0 Bread,Sib loaf.;.. 0 0 4 Butler, fresh. 0 13 salt........ 0 0 9 Candlcs.moulds..lb 0 0 9 Pips. 0 0 6i Catlle.Bullocks.Hd tao Working do., 2 0 0 Cows_lld. 1 5 0 do. in milk "SO 0 Calves..,. "08 0 Sheep .... " 0 4 9 Tigs.r " 0 10 0 roasting.. 0 4 0 Cheese, English lb 0 1 g Colonial.. 0 0 7 Cloth,Parramat.yd 0 13 Coffee, ground ..lb 0 I 6 Eggs, per doz. .... 0 1 4 Flax. N.»Z«»..tmi22 O C Flour, lOOIbs. fine ends. Barker_16s Od-13s Od Cooper....I3s Od-Hs Od Earlg.Mill.14s 6d-11s Gel Dixon ....14s Od-Hs Od Girard ...,15s Od-13s Or! Wall .lös Od-13s Oti Fruit.Orangcs, doz. 0 1 ( Lemons, "0 1 ( Apples, ,, 0 2 ( Glue.lb 0 1 ( Grain,Wheat,Bush. 0 4 ( Maize,.. ,, o 2 ( Barley.. ,, 0 2 f Oats- ,, 0 0 ( Hay,Eng.need..ton 7 10 ....

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

ç Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand Oth instant, B. P. rum 33,327 gallons ; brandy, 60,373$ gallons ; gin, 20,63G£ gallons ; other spirits, 9,385$ gallons ; tobacco, 99,64? lbs. Received during the week, (nil). Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum 3499 gallons ; brandy, 259 gallons ; gin, 465 gallons; tobacco," 3489 lbs. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 222 gallons; gin, 118^ gallons: tobacco, 766 lbs. KV _ Stock on hand 1,6th instant, B. P. rum, 29,606 gallons; brandy, 60,114$ gallons ; gin, 19,952£ gallons; other spirits, 9,385$ gallons: to- bacco, 95,392 lbs. April 18, 1S31.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. --+ Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. April 12.-Currency Lass (schooner), 90 tons, WISHAUT, master, from New Zealand, H. DONNISON, agent; 25 tons Bax, H. Donnison. 18.-Queen Charlotte (brig), 120 tons, RENNOLD SON, master, from the South Seas and New Zealand, CAMPBELL & CO. agents; 30 tons flax, SOO seal skins, Campbell St Co. 18.-Elizabeth (brig), 23(i tons, POWDITCH, mas- ter, from Hobart Town, LA MU & Co. agents 30 .barrels beef, 26 bolts2 bales bagging, re turned.cargo; 1 case saddlery,! horse, W. Har- per ; 1 case apparel, J. Smith ; 1 case apparel, Col. Lindesay ; 1 case apparel, J. Blackett; .1 case apparel, G. Brooks ; 1 package handker- chiefs, J. Edwards ; 1 package, A. M'Leay ; 1 package tea, R. Jones ; 2 casks blacking, Ás pinall Brown «Sc Co. ; 47 puncheons rum, J. B. Benington; ll puncheons rum, 38 bundles kangaroo skins, 1...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

MARKETS. Very few samples of grain were offered in thc I market on Thursday, owing to the unfavourable aspect of the weather, and the bad state of the   roads. There were about 200 bushels of WHEAT, which fetched from 4s. to 5s. 6d. Some boats came from the Hawkesbury and Hunter with 200 or 300 bushels of tolerable quality. There was but little variation in MAIZE, which may be quoted at last market, prices. VEGETABLES were in abundance, of the best quality, at moderate prices. DAIRY PRODUCE was also plentiful, with a slight variation from our last quotations. Field labour in the interior has been sus- pended for a time, owing to the heavy rains, which in the districts of the Hawkesbury has caused Hoods, that it is feared will destroy the maize crops, as well as wash out of the ground the wheat lately sown.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. April 25 M   Calendar. St. Mark. Duchess of   Gloucester b. 1776   SUN rises sets   6 34 5 26 High Tide 6 12 even 5 46 26 D. Hume b. 1711.     Sir W Jones d. 1794, 1 0 JJ 7 4C 27 W. Ed. Gibbons b. 1737 | (j 30 1 S 24 j B IO | B M     28 TH Bonaparte embark'd for Elba                   «29 j F j ? ' ' j 6 38-1 5 82 I 'JSP |9~50 M".*~ I tV1"i Ecslt;r" St* I 6 40 5 20 10 45 ll 0 1|St Phillip & St. James        

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Agricultural Report, March, 1831. No. 1. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

Agricultural Report     March, 1831   No 1.           T0 THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD.     The Operations in husbandry in the interior, in the   period that has elapsed since the wheat crop came off the ground, have been retarded by these circum- stances :- a desire to hurry the new wheat to market, to secure the corn crop; and a fear of floods. A very, general impression existed that a flood, should take place about the Vernal equinox ; but. though we had, a great appearance of rain, the month passed off       better than any we remember for several years. The     gentle rains that fell about the 21st of March, softened the ground, and the settlers are now busy in plough-   ing for the seed. Let them remember Franklin, "Plough deep while sluggards sleep, and yo...

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Original Poetry. For the "Sydney Herald." Written in a Young Lady's Album. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

Original Poetry. For the "Sydney Herald."   Written in a Young Lady's Album.   The Album spreads its ample page,   For youthful friends, and "saws" of age, And forms in life the sweetest thing, That charms a winter's evening, The faintest glow of friendship's fire,   In coldest heart will warmth inspire, And gifts that friendship's hand bestows, Melt souls encased in Lapland snows. There " Intellect," with looks most sage, Shall " march" erect through many a page. The brightest gems of Fancy's dream, Resplendent through its pages teem,     There Love with soft bewitching smiles, The fancied cares of life beguiles, By whom the tenderest sighs are given, That Waft the soul from earth lo heaven, Whilst cares of life recal its birth, And bring the wanderer back to earth. To cull from friends this gracious treat, Be this my fair, the true receipt. A book procure, superbly bound, To send to all admirers round, I...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

DEPARTURES.   On Wednesday 20th, the cutter Lambton, for Port Stephens ; the schooner Caledonia, for Newcastle.

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Vessels entered outwards, from the 11th to the 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831

Vessels entered outwards, from the 11th to the 18th. April 13.-Caroline, 68 tons, G. Bunn, agent, New Zealand. Vittoria, 281 tons, E. Byers,   agent, New Zealand.  

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