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CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

CAUSE LIST. To nn being the 1 ist day of term for the ti lal of causes before isse>>sors, were publish for general information the Defended. Cause List up to this date inclusive - Hibblcnhitc v Clampton Hebblcwhite v Gibbons, Broal v Bicnnand Sculthers v Birnstingl Palmer v Dy ce, Garrard v Christian, Welsh and another v Bolton, Ililli thompson , Lvans v Sherwin, Buller i Hustler Nash« Borton, Slurp v i horn sou Stead i Jarvis, Levy v Brown, Gaun son» Byles, Loul, v Flower, Macdeunott v White and Smith v Bryant lhere is also a supplemental list for this day

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THE MUNICIPAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

THE MUNICIPAL ACT. Vie cannot understand the necessity that exists to pass the Bill for amending this Act, which His Excellency the GOVERNOR lias introduced, because Lord STANI.BY thought such a measure necessary in South Australia. The Bill is simply a declaratory on«, to declare that the Coun- cil has power to alter or repsnl any portion of the Act, whether such alteration or repeal shall affect the franchises, immuni- ties, or privilege» of the Corporate body, or not. If the Council possesses the power to pass this Bill, or rather to act upon the declared power by doing that which may affect the immunities of the city, it will possess the same power so long as it rcmaius in existence, and there- fore wa do not see any reason for passing this Bill. Had the declaration been passed as a proviso to one of the clauses of the Act, it would not hare been so objectionable ; but passing a separate Act, to remind the Corporation that it exists only on suSerancc, is certainly not very compl...

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CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

CIVIL SIDE, Before Mr Justice STITHEN and DELOITTE and HOLLINGSWORTH, Assessors SIMMONS V AKRVHVMS This was an action foi money had and re- cen ed Counsel for the plaintiff, Messrs Toster, Wmdyer, and rishei, ittorney, Norton For the dcfendint, the Solicitoi Genen], and Messrs Darvall and Bioidhurat, attorneys, Nichols and Williams lins action was hi ought to recoser £1800, being the purchase nioi,e\ of "ii b 4 shires of the brig Caioline, which tie defetidnnt hid sold to the pi untifF in Apt ii, IStO It ap pcaied, fiom the evidence, that m lS.fi the Cat ohne was registered at Malta, and in September, 1839¡ the Maltese certificate of regis! i y wai given to the Collector of Cus'oms, Sv dney, who m hen thereof regis- tered the \esscl in this poit Plie plain- tif! having purclnsed her with this certificate, afterwards sent her to sen, and kept her tra ding until lately, when, in consequence of mstiuctions from the Boird of Customs, Lon- don, the Collector rccilled the certificate of r...

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[?] ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVAL. FROM Port Macquarie, yesterday, having left the preceding day, the steamer, Maitland, Captain Parsons, with sundries. Passengers —Mrs. Kinnear, Captain Crawford, Messrs. Smith, Hill, Croft, Winburgh, Onions, Wetherall, Tozer, and four in the steerage.

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

DEPARTURES.-NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. August 9.—Nautilus, 40, Johnson, from Newcastle, with coals ; Rose, 28, Ford, from the Paterson, with 1200 bushels maize, and 1 ton potatoes, Young Queen, 31, Watson, from the Paterson, with 12 tons potatoes, 500 bushels maize, 3 tons flour and 600 pumpkins, Mary Ann, 7, from the Hawkesbury, with lime ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, from Wollongong and Jervis Bay, with 30 bags potatoes, 10 trusses hay, 18 bags pota- toes, 8 bags com, 2 boxes eggs, &c ; Rover, 10, Thompson, from the Hawkesbury, with 10 tons hardwood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

' Port Macquarie and Wewoastle. JUE Port Macquarie Steam Packet MAITLAND, ^_J William Parson», Master, will _" -Commercial Wharf, TO-MORROW, ¿yfthVtant. _IO" imltuwen* BATT,UI.I.A.I»TJJ.I,A, ans BIvOTJI,^»«, HUE regular trader CUTTER ' STAR, ¡J» will sail for the above ports on -K~3JgaS»'5tttur¡day, the 13th instant. For ratbrpa'sage ¿pply on board, or to 'mNWfitt 6 lv' E.M. STOREY, ,J,/'-¿.- ' .' TT«lnn U7tia«.f !Qiiflji»Y.atr Union Wharf, Sussex-st'cet, For Melbourno, Fort fbitllp. THE FINE PACKET BRIG JiRISTOLIAN, 5y A 1, 160 tonr, C. Thomas, Com ._,_¡sp" mander, will meet with imine "y,diatc despatch. For freight or passage, having JfAVuibT-RAiK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to the /'Master, on board, at the Queen's Wharf, to j\ Vi. D3.\KE and CO., or to Ä i. B. METCALFE. JXJ August 10._1932 ^.| JTotioo to Faaaungers and Snippers. '% irr~ T,I,E w*hM0T' C87 tons "JJ ,/ft/r^\ J- register, Captain Ninian Mil JOiL^cdP^ 1er, will sail for Java oa the , ¿L-^^gS^ 21st instant, and will touch a...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. GENERAL Post Office, Sydney, August [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

UNCLAIMED LETTERS               GENERAL Post Office, Sydney, August 4, l812 List of unclaimed letters for the month of July, 1812.   John Abbot, Esq , M D , Abraham Abrahams, James Adam Esq , Ellen Affey, John   Air, Windmill stieet, John Alford, Mrs Alford, Robert Allen, William Allen, Eliza beth Anderson, Mrs Anderson, Surry Hills J N Anderson, Mrs Archnbold, North Shoie, John Aimstiong, publican, Mi Armstrong, Gai teibmy John Alfred \sbury, C H ashworth, Lsq , and lohn Atkinson Lnnly Badnck, l)r Bikei, John Bill, riiomnB Baigam, C II Bimpfylde, 1 sq rhoinas Bamnin, Samuel Barber Mrs Vt ii ham Birdon, Mi Ballot, Tive Dock , Ldvvnd Barnes Samuel Baines, J F Banett, Michael Bairovv, W II Bil row, I sq Mcssis Birt lett, Miss Batman & 1 Bean Bedovv Lsq , merchant, John Beers, Mrs Bell, 2, Bridge street Mr Ashfield Bennett, Thomas Ben nett, A\ llliam Bennett, Mrs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. On Account of whom it may Concern. FOSS AND LLOYD will sell by auction, at   their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 10th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, C A & Co « la One bale Welsh Flannels, D J & Co N0 18 ex Warlock,from London. _Terms at sale. 1883 To 'Wine Merchant«, Grocers, General Dealers, and Other«. FOSS AND LLOYD will sell by auction, at   their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 10th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Five casks sherry wine Four cases port ditto Five cases bottled fruit Five cases cheese Seven barrels Irish pork. With a variety of other articles. Terms at sale. 1882 To private Gentlemen, Horse Dealers, and Others, FOSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, at   their rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 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 perso...

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ENGLISH [?]XTRACTS. PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Wednesday, February 9. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

' «raiias BMÄACTB; PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Wednesday, February 9. BUSINESS OF TUE HOUSE. j A MULTITUDE of anti-corn law petitions were presented : and one for an alteration t)f the marriage law of Ireland. On the motion of Lord George Somerset, petitions for private bills were ordered to be lodged in the Private Bill Office. The Speaker acquainted the House that he had, under the act empowering him to do so, issued his warrant for the appoint- ment of the general committee ol'elections. The clerk then read the following names constituting the committee : Lord G. Somerset, Sir G. Grey, Viscount Sandon, Mr. Loch, Mr. "Wilson Patten, nnd Sir W. Somerville. Sir J. Ensthope gave notice, (hat after the Easter recess he should bring forward n motion for the total abolition of church rates. Lord Eliol, in reply to Mr. Powell, said, that there was no disposition what- ever on the part of the government to throw any obstacle in the way of the vvcll workiug of the Municipal Act...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

Steam to Moreton Bay. TH E Powerful Iron Steam Packst SHA MR OCK will leave Sydney for Bns Town, on Tuesday, the ]6th instant, at o'clock v M , where she will remain for ) days after arrival there, return to Sydney, .?kaili proceed to that settlement on or ?rae loth September ?jfoods can be received for shipment after ' o'clock of the ISth instant, and passen requested to secure their bertha by f o'clock on Monday, m order that their ' be taken out at the Water Pol ce FRANCIS CLARKE, If Manager fim Navigation Company's ¿!Attgust2. 1G14 IfMOKBTOXT SAY. DNSTANT TRADER. 1HE fine first class schooner K1) WARD, Chambers, Master. This _Vessel is daily expected, mean I goods intended for her are stored free of ¡e. The Ldward is a remarkably fine sea and on her last trip made her passage in nety hours. THOMAS AGARS, iii Kent-street North TOT Port Phillip direct. I - rii II E fine fast sailing brig P5v X LORD SAUMERB4, iv£> Neil M'Lean, commander, will _ ,.J3§*in be despatched for the abo...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 9.—Ranger, 12, Laverick, for Port Aiken, in ballast ; Rover, 10, Thompson, for Botany and the Hawkesbury, in bal- last ; Clarence, 67, Thompson, for the Man- ning, with sundries ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 136, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Nautilus, 40, Johnson, for Newcastle, with sundríes. CLEARANCES YESTERDAY.-The schooner Jahn Pirie, Captain Duke, for Port Phillip, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Molison ; steerage, Messrs. Barter, Stooks, Kilpatrick, Beaver, Dowling, Laing, and Sinclair. The schooner Catherine, Captain Bannatyne, for Port Nicholson, with sundries. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Raphael, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan, Mrs. Coots, Messrs. Carty, Barnett, Sandoe, and A. Wilkie, Archer, Baggs, and Day,   The brig Sir John Byng, Captain Keen, for Hobart Town, with sundries. Passengers—     Messrs. Turner and Watkins. WATER POLICE SCHOONER.—Captain Browne appears determined to follow up his re- searches after contraband g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY.     Voss AND Lloyd-At their Rooms, at 11 o clock, Sherry and Poit Wine«, Bottled Ti mt, Cheese, lush Pork, Welsh riannels, Baicelona Nuts, a bay Pony, &.c iooiiE A\D HEIDON- -<U their Rooms, at 11 o clock, Working Bullocks, Hurncss, and Mr BLACKMAN -At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock,     Silver Plate, Ale and Stout, Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, Straw Bonnets and Hats, &c. ; at 12 o clock, Land, Houses, Cottages, &c. , on the North Shore, Land and Wharf at Darling Harbour, (known as Bass's Wharf), Land at Yass, and Land in the County of Brisbane. [m BTunns -At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, City and Suburban Properties, Allotments m the lown'hip of Dungog, Hardware and Cutlery, Fancy Goods, &c , at 7 o'clock r M , Allotments of Land adjoining the Kent Brewery, Sydney, also, an extensive sale of Books nr SiiERirr-On the premises, comer of ?iork and George stice...

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[?]LATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, August 9. Present: the Governor, the Chief Justice, the Bishop, the Commander of the Forces, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, the Collector of Customs, the Auditor General, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Beny, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blaxland, Mr. II. Macarthur, and Sir John Jamison. COURT OF REQUESTS. Mr. JO"«ES presented a petition praying for an extension of the jurisdiction of the Courts of Bequests, to debts within and to die amount of £J0 ; such debts to be recoverable in the places where contracted, as welt as where the debtor usually resides. The petition was Fißiicd by upwards of five hundicd persous interested in Hade and commerce; he be- lieved that n Bill was already in course of preparation by the Attorney General, but this petition would not be out of place coin- ing in support of that Bill, lie would mo\e that it be read. The «eildon kvln« b«cn read, Mt. Jonss moved that it be received. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL, in seconding the motion for the receipt...

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DOMESTIC [?]TELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 August 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER TROor OF CLV1M» In the estate of W Ri baon, a third meet- ing lohn ai d J unes Giblett, tl3 9s lid In the estate of J unes Blady, a third meet- ing flic Gis Company, £2 los 4(1 , Peter Tavitic, Llo, John Tacobs, ¿ 9, Charles Steele, £7') 7« 7d , In Ihe estate of lercmiah Donnelly, a second meeting John Wcddeiburu, £2J I<JS , Stone and Holler, £10 17s , lames Holt, £13 bs , George 1 vans, ¿Ob 5s 8d , Joseph Samuel Unison, £114 9s !)d In the estate of Mathen Lillian, a single meeting, no claims proved In the estate of George Bonney, a second meeting John Smith, £47 8s 2d , G B Christmas, ¿7a K ,ld , Benian! M Laughlin, £02 , William Bennett, £70 John Douglas, ¿4(> 12s Hid In the estate of \\ tlliam M'Laughlm, an adjourned meeting foi examination only In the estate of William Henry Wells, a second meeting William Fi icev £t Stonr» ind Holler, £11 11s Abnham Dny, £109 5s , John Kuby Hatfi...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842

HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, February 10.^ un me motion ol thc Marquis of Nor- manby, opposed by thc Marquis of Salisbury, and supported by the Duke of Wellington, the Buildings 1 tegul a ti DU Dill wna read a second time. The Duke ot Wellington moved thc second rending of thc Appropriation Acts I Ameml.nent Hill. Two Appropriation ¡ Acts were necessarily passed in the year 1911, in consequence of which some Tittle confusion had occurred, and the object ot this bill was to save expense and make one account instead of two. Lord Fitzgerald kid on thc table thc reply of Mr. Blackburn, collector nt Madura, to thc inquiries of Lorri Ellen- borough, on thc subject of thc Catholics in that district. Petitions ogiúnst thc corn laws, mid against rates levied on cottages under ii yenr, wtrc presented-adjourned.

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ENGLISH EXTRAC[?]S. PARLAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, February 10. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842

PARLAMENTÄR* DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, February \ 0. BUSINESS f F THE nOUSE. A MULTITUDE of petitions for thc total and immcdintc repeal of thc cuni laws were I presented, ' Karl Jermyn appeared nt thc bar, mid acquainted the Houso that hcrMijcsty had giren directions that the estimates , aud returns named in thc address voted j by thc IIoxisc should he prepared, mid pre- vented with ns little delny ns possible. Sir A. L. liny gave notice, that on Fri-1 day, thc -1th of March, ongoing into com- mittee of supply, he should introduce thc | present state of thc Church of Scutlnnd. In reply to questions from Colonel Sib thorp mid Mr. Labouchere on the subject of his statement of Wednesday, Sir Robert Peel said, he would give further explana- tion on Monday. A lengthy discussion then took place upon thc motion of Lord John Russell, that thc correspondence respecting thc re- tirement of Lord Chief Justice liushc (ind Lord President Hope, in order to show that those learned indiv...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMON'S. Frhhij, February 11. A multitude of auti-corn-lnw pctitîcns were presented. Thc committee on private bills was np pointcd, nnd Lord G. Somerset gnve notice of n Hill to facilitate tho progress af such Ullis as were dropped lost jeir. .Mr. S. Wortley, amidst cheers and laughter, presented n petition fri)m thc West Hiding of Yorkshire, praying for thc total nnd immediate repeal of thc corn Mr. Pusey gave notice of Iiis intention to move a committee of inquiry ¡uto thc subject of public draining. Lard John Russell gave notice of bis intention to move on Monday evening next, when thc house went into com- mittee, a resolution to thc cift-ct " That thc House is not prepared to sanction thc principle of a sliding scale, and therefore is not prepnrcd to adopt thc plan proposed by Her Majesty's gorcrnment." (Hear hear.) Mr. Christopher also gave notice of bis intention to move some alterations iu the scale of duties on corn proposed by the right bon. baronet. Dr. Bowling s...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842

HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, February 11. The Earl of Shaftesbury took his sent on 1 the woolsack. Thc Ii niljin-3 Bill, thc Borough Im- provements Bill, and the Appropriation Acts Amendment Bill passed through committee, mid were ordered for a third reading oa Monday. Lord Monteagle moved fur papers con- nected with thc Exchequer BiUOlh'ce, nnd Lord Brougham postponed his motion on thc subject of the Creole.-Adjourned.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842

AnSiut. 1 6 io I ia au i la : t Quarlrr, August ll, 26 tn. past 3. p.r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842

ror Port Phillip, »na Adoliiao, flontu Aai tra! 1«. Cb- rp HE fine first elsi« hriganÜne j£t¡Ot I SANSTAREILLK, SSCK^ 137 toni per register, discharging Rt ?&g-g!¡3# Moon's Wharf. for freight or passage apply to Captain Qrodie, on board i or 10159 DONALDSON, D.VWES, & CO. For »ort PUUItp »nd S ©ut li Australs*. çjC rp H 2 fine fast sailing brig jiSöJV J. DORSET, iHft£g33 above ports in ten days. For freight ABU or paisage apply to amprsBs. I II E Ne« Humber Keel ] S A It A ri rill make her first trip to the I Eben tier coal Works, Lake Macquarie, Saturday next, and trill take freight far the I of Newport, or any other part of the Lake, lea the goods at the stores of the Coal Works until I called for, free of storegc. The cotter USURY will also shortly be laid conveyance to and from Sydney, twice o Merchants, Maters of Vessels, or rcstd the waterside of Svdni HB following form part ofacollcctic standard works, j sat received by the ned, they are in elexant morrocco le...

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