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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. THE ship Susan from Plymouth, April 24, having arrived at Hobart Town, pre- vious to the sailing of the Waterlily, we have received our files of London papers to the 22nd, two days later than those which had previously come to hand. &nbsp; In the House of Lords, on the 21st April, the Corn Bill was passed through the committee in two hours and a-half. Earl STANHOPE opposed the bill ; and is doing so made a warm attack on Sir Ro- rert PEEL and the Government ; who, he contended, had giossly deceived the agri- cultural interest, which had placed them in power. The Earl spoke at great length ; and concluded by moving that the bill be read a second time that day six months. Earl HARDWICKE declared his perfect conviction that the bill did not touch the substantial protection which the farmer enjoyed, while it satisfied the people by modifying a law on which the country had expressed an irresistible opinion. The Duke of BUCKINGHAM viewed the bill with feelings ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
FOR CLARENCE RIVER THE SCHOONER PATERSON, &nbsp; &nbsp; 50 tons, having arrived from the &nbsp; Clarence River, will commence &nbsp; loading this day, and sail with all despatch; to be followed by the HOPE I tons, in fourteen days. These vessels are Id on as regular traders for the Clarence River. Shippers are requested to name the vessel in their shipping notes sent with goods, on account sundry articles of cargo being put on board their vessels intended for either the Hope or Peterson. &nbsp; &nbsp; For freight or passage apply to E. M. STOREY, It the Union Wharf, next Wharf to J. Cook's Agents at the - Messrs. Hewitt and Burton. Clarence River W.H. Sawyer &nbsp; FOR HOBART TOWN The fine fast sailing brig SIR JOHN BYNG, John Keen, commander, is now loading for Hobart Town, and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; will sail positively on Wednesday, the 10th of August. The Sir John Byng, having large and commo- aous cab...
PARRAMATTA RACES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
PARRAMATTA RACES. Pli Thursday. WWm Im an was a very thin attendance toiPS It was in consequence of iiifoiroaliondtniella bj oui îepoileitiomthe Clerk of thcCo k^M Wednesday forenoon, just before tie yali went on the Course, that ve statedtiiereiBfi to be no races on lhmsdn) ¡¡¡Si Hie Stewards Purse ol llnrtySoieti¡|¡S| with a Sweepstakes of 1 ive Sovereign! ¡ia| he its tw ice round r#S Ciptnin Bush s Volunteer 1 |p£| Major Lctt=om s Countess 2 Ip*| Mi Bajlej s Gmnaldibiokedown, wons, M bj Voluntcei jps§g The races this day weic not more iialg|| rou-íly attended than on Wednesday, WiN« companj pickcnt was icspoctaulc, a 1¡S|| s] nits went oil with great eelat MEE Tust Race-Pinainatta lovvn P'«li||i| 1 it, li ty Sovereigns with a bviccpstakiii|||j 1 ne boveiei},n= each, foi nil hornes nrS| lot iBe, lunts twice lcund, foin cntranceiiS no lace S Mi Roheit s Quail 2 1 1« Mi J Rouses loi rocks 1 2 11|| Majoi limitai s Mentor 3 SI ||| Ibis w is nwell contested i ia andQ: H won by nbotit h...
JUNCTION OF THE ARMIES OF GENERALS SALE AND POLLOCK. (From the Englishman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
JUNCTION OF THE ARMIES OF m?Ml'PAT&lt;5 SAT/R ANT) POLLOCK. fVrnm flip V.nnlishman.\ I We received on Saturday the following I letter dated April 16th, from Jellalabad, with which famous place we trust our commu mention is HOW ïêgularly and permanently open. The letter, though of course, devoid of actual news, is yet very interest- ing, both from the account it gives of the illustrious garrison, and of the extremely severe labours undergone by the Khyber force. It is as follows : ' The whole of the force tinder Pollock, arrived here this morning, without firing a shot, since the 5 th, the day on which the pass was taken-consternation far and wide has spread itself over the face of the country ; all the chiefs who have any hopes of mercy, are coming in and offering to bring supplies; those whose perfidy have deserved chastisement are packing up and running off. We were quite surprised at the spruce and plump appearance of all friends out here, who with their horses, &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
XO IVQZf-SUBBCRIBUZZS. "DERSONS sending- Advertisemcnls for insertion in this Journal, who are not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will no? be inserted. rpHE Proprietors of the Herald *? draw tne particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on all accounts of upwards of six months, standing. SALES BY AUCTION. To private Oentlomen, Bono Sealois and Others, , F OSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, tt their rooms, Loner George street, cn WEDNESDAY next, the 10th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, A handsome bay Pony, broken in to saddle and harness, and admirably adapted for the use of either a lady or gentleman. Any person re- quiring a hsrse for their own especial riding or driving, cannot do better than purchase this, as the auctioneers can safely recommend it. Terms-An approved bill at three months. VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVE ASSORT- M...
THE DEBATING SOCIETY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
THE DEBATING SOCIETY. &nbsp; &nbsp; To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. &nbsp; Gentlemen,-I beg leave to ask you, 0r any &nbsp; &nbsp; person that chooses to answer through your &nbsp; journal, how a society professing so much learning as the Debating Society, is not able to set forth in correct English the subject &nbsp; matter of debate? &nbsp; " Have the Aboriginal Blacks an indefen- &nbsp; sible right to the soil of Australia?" This sentence is worthy a society of carters, -a wag in England would say " 'Tis worthy of where it came from." Do the gentlemen insinuate that people &nbsp; born white grow black in this climate?-or &nbsp; that there black aborigines and white abo- rigines? - or do they think "natives" (corn- stalks) would suffer in making English of the &nbsp; &nbsp; sentance by using that word? Our Colonial &nbsp; &nbsp; philosophers may have...
GENERAL NOTT'S DIVISION. (From the Agra Ukhbar.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
GENERAL NOTT'S DIVISION. (From the Agra Ukhbar. Another action has been fought near Candahar, in which our troops were com- pletely victorious. It took place at a small Pass, and commenced by attack on a foraging party sent out from the town, the escort to which was soon reinforced, and the enemy also added to their force until the original skirmish became a general action. The enemy was completely de- feated, with a loss of 100 men, and several influential Chiefs. The triumph of our arms is becoming complete in every quar- ter in Afghanistan." (From the Bombay Courier, April 26.) The following extract from a letter, dated Sukkur, the 14th April, has just reached us. It appears that General Nott has gained another victory in the neigh- bourhood of Candahar, but the particulars had not transpired at Sukkur, on the date of the annexed communication. We regret to find that desertion is becoming frequent amongst the native troops employed in Upper Scinde. "Sukkur, 14th April, 1842. " In...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; "INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS" &nbsp; _ MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY.-A third meet- &nbsp; ing in the estates of William Robson, &nbsp; &nbsp; and James Brady at half-post ten; a &nbsp; meeting, Jeremiah Donelly, at eleven; a single meeting, Matthew Lunan, at &nbsp; a single meeting, George Rennie, at half-past &nbsp; twelve; a second meeting, William R. &nbsp; Wells, at one ; and a second meeting, J. Entwistle Turner, at two. &nbsp; New Insolvent-Wakefield Simpson, Maitland, gentleman, filed his schedule yes- terday. &nbsp;
NEWS FROM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
NEWS FROM INDIA. In our fourth page will be found some very interesting extracts from Indian papers, detailing, among other important events, the particulars of what occurred in forcing the Khyber pass, and the defeat of Akhbar Khan by Sir R. Sale. We mentioned yesterday morning that Lord Ellenborough was determined that General Elphinstone and Colonel Palmer should be tried hy courts-martial, &nbsp; and we now- give extracts from a Govern- ment Order, by which it will be seen that a fall enquiry into the conduct of the political as well as the military functionaries will be made. The Governor-General in Council has directed that the Commander-in-Chief will submit the conduct of Lieutenant-Colonel Palmer, in surrendering the Citidal of the Ghuznee, to the judgement of a Court Martial, at the earliest period at which such Court can be duly assembled. &nbsp; The Governor-General in Council has already (on the 28th of January last,) directed that a full military enquiry...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
a at o ir it a x o w TO EASr GOSFORD & BRISBANE WATER, BY THE FAVOURITE STEAMER WILLIAM THE FOURTH. SS^3|| *, npO afford opportunity to per M/firVRVv sons wishing to visit this liite (vjt£qisj^^ resting townshipand district, the ¿gSfclSlSi? Manager has been induced to ivsue Fxcurs'on Tickets for the trip to Brisbane Water and bask, at the following rates, viz : For a Cabin Passage from Sydney 8* to BrUbaue Water and back .. 1 0 0 Steerage ditto ditto. 0 10 0 The tickets ismable only in Sj dney. There are three excellent inns in the town- ship, offering as much accommodation and com . foit as the inns ia Sydney. Invalids, and persons inclined for a pleasure trip, would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity. N. B. Tickets not transferable, and in ferre for fou teen days from the day of issue. 1881 ÍAYBBBOIT UIVEK. I À fTR '"PHE regular irader new Cutter tf&lt;WÍS«k ?"- ROSE, "ifflA/OV^" *B1 be dispatched for the above -4SsS3eS» poiitively on SATURDAY, the Mth...
LATE INDIA NEWS. THE ENTIRE DEFEAT OF THE AFFGHAN TROOPS UNDER MAHOMED UKHBAR KHAN BY THE GARRISON OF JELLALLABAD. (From the Englishman, April 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
LATE INDIA NEWS. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE ENTIRE DEFEAT OF THE AFFGHAN TROOPS UNDER MA- HOMED UKHBAR KHAN BY THE GARRISON OF JELLALLABAD. &nbsp; (From the Englishman, April 28.) Notification-Secret Department- Be- nares-21st April-The Governor-General &nbsp; feels assured that every subject of the British Government will peruse with the deepest interest and satisfaction, the report he now communicates of the entire defeat of the Affghan Troops under Ma- homed Akbar Khan, by the Garrison of Jellallabad. That illustrious Garrison, which by its constancy in enduring privation, and by its valour in action, has already obtained for itself the sympathy and respect of every true soldier, has now, sallying forth from its walls, under the command of its gallant leader, Major-General Sir Robert Sale, thoroughly beaten in open field an enemy of more than three times its num- bers, taken the standards of their boasted cavalry, destroyed their camp, and re- captured four...
GOVERNMENT GAZ[?]TTE. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IMPOUNDINGS &nbsp; FARNBOROUGH, BLACK CREEK. - July 30: One &nbsp; &nbsp; b mu no vvliilcsticikin the loi elie ul,twohind feet white a blind on the of! shoulder re senibiing VorAiVoc ii|oiiied, vii} indistinct di inges t)s One bay Mile, star in foi i henil, white otup on nose br mded seemingly \. lindel ilicsuldle mai side, but not distunt, duniges JO» It not chimed they will be sold on the 20th August A M'N va [9s &lt;)d Wrsi Mun ino-On bill and 8th July One striwberiy hcifei, side, back, and belly white lu undid W11 mi neil rump Out stiivvbenj woiking bullock, i cid cn,milked in neu ear, cockid horns, illegible bund on ne u lump Ot e biownoi black sided work nig bullock, white bick and belly, hi mded ¿j on oil thigh One led sided vvoikmg bul lock, white bick and bell}, branded 1G on neu linn]) Omi dink rod woikinii bullock, white bick and belly, biandedlC on neu nunn One ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PARRAMATTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842
ontGIHAJb COÄÄSSPOKDBSC» &lt; PARRAMATTA RACES. f] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning /WF GtNTf LMEN,-Your repoit of the Parrainer races, in this day's pnpet, I beg to »Ï1S^I correct; I never said I could have won £8 Mentoi, as 1 am prepai ed to prove Jual »J hoiseperfoimed his distance (carrying»!»j moiein weight) in three seconds less tua« »j ."., ri"l nn (I,- «nmn onnrcn I I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, T. E. JOM-V Castlereagh-strect, 9th August. __^.
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—EQUITY SIDE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842
I uv xwraftKioaircB. SUPREME COURT.-EquiTY SIDE. _ TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF JUSTICE BURDEKIN V LIONS ANO OTIICBS Mr FOSTER moved to amend the decice m this cause, by excluding from its benefit those creditors of J T Wilson who had not signed the deed of trust Mr BROADHURST, for the plaintiff, assented and approved of the amendment His HONOR took time to considar the appli- cation » BURDEKIN V. mnXER \ND OTU mi. This was an application foi the defendants for lcav e to file a double plea Mr DOKNMLY, for the defendants, cited seveial cases in support of the application, which Mi BROADHURST, foi the plaintiff, opposed Application refused, vv ith costs Hie Couit then adjourned till l'inlay.
The Sydney Morning [?]erald. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1[?]2. " Sworn to n[?] Master, of no Sect am I." A NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842
SMit 4»onc)j ¿ttonung Hjrr.ilîr. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, I UJ. -M " Staorn to n* Master, of no Sect am I.'' A NEW GOVERNOR. EVKR. since the adrent of the Couserva ives lo office, a number of rumours res. peeling the recnl of Sir Gnoncc GIPPS, mid tlie appointment of n successor to the Government of this colony, have been afloat, we nccdly liardly say without the least foundntion, although the positive statements on the subject in the Hobart Town papers have given these rumours an apparent confirnution. At one time Sir GKOROB ARTUUH was the favourite, and thea Sir BBXJAMIX D'UIIÖ VÎT, and lat terly some great unknown has been stated to he keptinrescrre for the ofíteí of Gover nor of New South Wales and Govemor Genoral of Australasia ; but all these state- ments wore equally untrue. The opinion of those who are best able to form a judge- ment on such asubject, is, that Anew Gorcr nor will be appointed when the Act for giving a new constitution to the colony is passed, and that he will b...