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Capitulation concluded between General Chasse, Commandant of the Citadel of Antwerp, and the forts dependent on it, and Marshal Gerard, Commander-in-Chief of the French army before that Fortress. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 June 1833

Capitulation concluded between General Chasse, Commandant of the Citadel of Anlwei'p, and the forts dependent on ?Y, and Marshal Gerard, Commander-in-Chiefof the French army before that Fortress. Art. I. The General of Infantry, Baron Chas- se, shall deliver up to Marshal Count Gerard the citadel of Antwerp, the position of the Tete de Flandre, the forts Burght, Zyndreeht, and Au sterwil, in their present state, with the artiller y, ammunition, and provisions, except those objects mentioned in art 3. 2. They shall march out with the honours of war, lay down their arms upon the glacis, and be pris- oners of war. However, Marshal General Gerard engages to have them conducted hack to the frontiers of Holland, where their anns shall be restored to them, as soon as the King of Holland shall have ordered the delivery up of Forts Lillo and Liefksnshock. With this view Marshal Ger- ard will send, without delay, an officer to the Hague, and permit General Chasse to despatch one on his part, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 22 June 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has granted the following Town Allotments. PERTH L 39, Jane Mitchell N 1, James Ougden N 2, John Green N 3, George Green N 4, Joseph Ellis O 16, Theophilus T Ellis W 7, William Martin GUILDFORD No. 91, Charles Betts 124, John Oldham FREMANTLE The assignment of the undermentioned allotments in Fremantle will be delivered on applying to the Civil Commisioner there, any paying him the amount chargeable for the corner boundary stakes, namely, S 379, Eliza Clark S 380, William N Clark 386, Joseph Morris S 392, Henry Ommanney 432, Thomas Jecks 455, John Cousins 456, Mary E Cousins S 539, Richard Mc B Brown S 463, John Lewis                                           &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary s Office Perth, 13th June, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Local Government will receive Wheat, the growth of the Colony, after the en- suing Harvest at the rate of (15s.) fif- teen shillings per Bushel, delivered at the Colonial Stores.-The quantity taken from any one individual to be limited to (4) four Bushels for every Acre under Wheat on the 31st July next.-The number of acres each person has sown on that date, to be veriiied by a certified return to be forwarded to this Office by the District Magistrates. By His Honor's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the nex* General Quarter Sessions of the Peace tor the Colony of Western Australia, will be holden at Fremantle, at the Court-house, on Monday the first day of July next, at the hour of nine in the forenoon. Dated this 10th day of June, in the year of Our Lord 1833. A. H. STONE, Clerk of the Peace. LANDING from the "Cornwallis," and on Sale...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LYING IN COCKBURN SOUND.-The Cornwallis, Captain Henderson, and Government Schooner, Ellen, Captain Toby. On Wednesday last a sail was in sight off Carnac, the boisterous state of the weather has however prevented her com- ing in. As the Quarterly Subscription to this Journal is due this day, to ¡prevent any disappointment, we reqnestour Subscri- bers to transmit the amount to Our Office n or before the i Oth Proximo

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THE NATIVES, [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

THE NATIVES, The temporary excitement occasioned last week in Perth, was owing to the imprudence or neglect of a lad, who was entrusted with the care of some sheep. Seeing the natives in the neighbourhood, and lus flock having strayed away from him, to conceal his own neglect, he ran home with the story that they were driven off by the natives, which instantly gave rise to a general pursuit-but for- tunately without any of the parties coming in contact with them. Such was the irritation at the moment from the daring nature of the supposed offence, that we have no hesitation in stating, if the tribe had been overtaken a fearful, though unmeritted example would have been made of them, which would have again been the occasion of bloodshed. These occurrences have widened the breach between us and the aborigines of this Country, we strongly urge, therefore, the exercise of every caution and forbearance under the alarm and excitement of such reports, as the one above alluded to, bearing a...

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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL UP to a late hour this evening, no intelligence has been received of the ar- rival of a Vessel, although a sail was seen off Carnac, on Wednesday last. This detention, arising from the boister- ous state of the weather, at the present period when our attention is so anxiously directed to the information which may be received from horn«, has been more seriously felt, and awakened strong re- flections for her safety. The circumstance of a vessel standing out to sea al- though within a few hours sail of the Harbour, is by no means unusual, indeed every Captain unacquainted with the entrance to Cockburn Sound has been subjected to the same inconvenience-we would therefore recommend that steps be adopted, to obviate this, evil, by station- ing a person at Garden Island to keep a constant look out ; it would only be required during the three winter months, when any loss of an opportunity of run- ning into the Harbour is so important. When the vessel arrives ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

AMERICA. NORTH AMERICAN-New York Papers,* which have been received to the 34th of October, are chiefly filled with election intelligence and disputes, General Jackson had returned to Washington, from an electioneering tour through Virginia, Kentucky, Tenessee, &c. Faity spi it appears to run very high ; and the opponents of the General declare their firm belief that his re-election will " break up the Union, and destroy the Constitu- tion." An important treaty has been concluded with the Winnebago Indious, by which they cede to the United States all their lands, south t*nd east of the Wisconsin, and the Fox River of Green Bay, amounting to nearly 5,000,000 acres, and are to receive in exchange 10,000 dollars for 27 years. A school and a quantity of agricultural implements were also to be provided for them, and they were to retire to a tract of country west of Mississippi. A similar treaty had been concluded with the Sac and Fox Indians, who had consented that the celebrated ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that ali Per- sons allowing their stock to run, or tres- passing by erecting buildings, fences, or cutting timber on the Estate surrounding Albion town, adjoining the estate of L. Samson, Esq., or on the estate called Spring Mount, adjoining the Estate of E. B. Lennard, Esq., on the Upper Swan, will be prosecuted according to law. Fremantle, June 22, 1833. LAND FOR SALE, Adjoining the Town-site of Perth. FOUR HUNDRED ACRES of LAND, for Sale, of which the Fee simple has been obtained, in a most desirable situa- tion, with valuable Timber, and a River frontage. Any portion of the above 400 acres, will be disposed of to persons desirous of obtaining a Villa Allotment, V contiguous to the town, for which the quantity of rich garden soil, and pictures- que situation, commanding one of the nrst views in the Colony, render it pecu- liarly eligible.-Apply at JOHN GREG- ORY'S, Pine-apple Inn, on the Guild- ford road. Edited, Printed, and Published by CHARLES M...

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THE DUTCH EMBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

THE DUTCH EMBARGO. We have noticed a very prevalent feeling among the merchants trading with Holland that it would be an exceedingly gracious act on the part of our Government, now that the chief object of the ex- pedition to the Sheldt has been accomplished, and even tend perhaps to the more easy adjustment of the remaining differences, if the embargo on Dutch vessels in English ports were now removed. This does not wholly rise out of sympathy with the situation of Holland, but is nearly as much connected with views of private interest, for the English merchant has been to some extent a joint sufferer by the embargo, and although that would not, in any great nation ai question, be obtruded on the attention of the Government, they claim as a sort of right that due cause should be shewn for the necessity of continuing the evil. The com- forts of the lower classes are in some degree affected by the rise in cheese and butler, and other articles of provisions which the embargo has pro- ...

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INDIA. PROSPECT OF AN INVASION OF INDIA BY RUSSIA: (From the "Bombay Courier," Jan. 26) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

INDIA. ^ PROSPECT OF AN INVASION OF INDIA BY RUSSIA : (From tim " Bombay Courier," Jan. 26) We have not yet been able to ascertain the par- ticulars of the journey which Lieutenant Burnes has just accomplished in so successful a manner through an almost unexplored and highly interest- ing country ; but we trust that the information he has collected will speedily be placed before the public. A certain degree of apprehension has prevailed for the security of our oriental possessions against an invasion from the north, since General Gard anue's celebrated mission to Persia, and though nothing now is to be feared in the quarter from whence such an attack was originally expected, the alledged ambitious designs of the Russians up- on India, have become a prevailing topic, not only ji with our own countrymen, but amongst the Natives* and especially the Native Powers, throughout both central Asia and Hindostán. Upon the practicability of any schemes which may have been formed fur the advanc...

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PROCLAMATION:—BY THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 29 June 1833

PROCLAMATION :—BY THE KING. Whereas, it having been represented to us that several of our subjects, residing in our Island of Mauritius, have assembled together in arms, and that they have appeared in different parts of the said Island in a military uniform, under the com- mand of persons giving themselves military titles, without our consent to that effect, or that of the Governor of our aforesaid Island, acting for us in our name, at the risk of the tranquillity of our aforesaid Island, and to the terror of our loyal and peaceable subjects residing there. And whereas, such acts are contrary to the Laws, contrary to     our rightful authority, and dangerous to the wel- fare of our said Island and its Inhabitants. We   therefore strictly order and command all persons belonging to such assemblies immediately to break off such meetings, and to refrain from appearing   in Military Uniform, and openly carrying arms in   th...

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(From the Cape Almanack.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

(From the Cape Almanack.) VINEYARD.-When a Vineyard is intended to be planted, it is best to dig the ground the depth of three feet, and clear it of stones and weeds ; a good dressing of manure should be applied and well mixed with the soil. The cuttings should be about 14 or 15 inches in length, leaving two buds at least above ground ; it is far the best plan to plant the cut- tings out at once, which should be done in a resillar manner in a South East or North West direction ; cuttings should also be planted singly in pots or small boxes, and plunged in the ground ; these will root freely, and serve future occa sions, to replace any stocks which die io the vineyard, When a vine stock has died, it should be replaced by a new set ; for the old stocks having full possession of the ground, would draw all the nour- ishment from the one, and prevent its growing ; but a hole of about a foot deep4 should be dug close to the nearest stock, a branch of the same laid down, and so covered tha...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL on the 3rd Instant. The CAPE BRETON, Captain Johnson, from the Cape of Good Hope: left on the 23rd May. The ISABELLA from London for this port arrived at the Cape on the 17th May. Serious apprehensions are entertained that the Cape Breton will come on shore ; she has drifted considerably. Captain Toby is on board, for the purpose of taking her over to Cockburn Sound, but her sails are not fit for use, and her windlass is broken. She anchored during a storm in Geographe Bay; owing to the Captains being detained on board we are unable to give the particulars. The Briton it is reported was lying in the London docks when the Isabella sailed, with 300 tons of goods on board, and a number of Passengers, and was expected, to sail for this port soon after her.

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IMPORTS PER "CAPE BRETON" FROM THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

t: CAPE BRETON FROM THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 40 casks Flour, 25 ditto, Beef, 10 hhds Ale, 2 pieces Brandy, 8 pipes Wine, 2 ditto, Rum, 12 boxes Candles, 40 kegs Biscuit, 20 packages Tellow Gi'eaves, 29 casks Butter, 4 cases Pickles, 40 Deal Planks, 12 cases Gin, 1 hhd Wine, 20 barrels Flour, 20 Oxen (14 dead), 25 Sheep,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

AN ORDER STOLEN, for £4. 2s Notice is hereby given, that an order for Four pounds Two shillings, drawn by Mr. Ommanney on Mr. William Knight, Perth, was stolen with other property about the 18th of last month, the Public are therefore cautioned not to receive it* as the payment is stopped. Perth, July 5, 1833. LANDING from the " Cornwallis," and on Sale for Cash, only, at the STORES of the Undersigned. Superior Cape madeira, in half and quarter casks Ditto Cape hock, in quarter casks Hops Rope and twine Butter in quarter casks Dried fruits Gunpowder, Shot s Stationery Beef Nails Pewter-ware Seed wheat Oats and barley Van Rienens ale, in casks An assortment of gentlemen's superfine cloth coats, trowser* and waistcoats Men's ankle, buskin, & hobnailed boots Men's, women's and boys shoes, &c. &c. G. LEAKE, Perth 8$ Fremantle, June 19, 1833, TOBESOLD at very low prices, AT MR. WM. DIXON'S, FREMANTLE, A quantity of Ladies' Leghorn Hats, do. Printed Muslin Dresses,...

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FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

FREE TRADE. There are two propositions now in agitation of the highest importance to the trade of England : they are the alteration in the tariffs of France and America, the former has been submitted to the Chambers, and has been published in London. The most important is the article of sugar : it is proposed to reduce the bounty on refined exported to nearly the proportionate rate paid on the im- port of the raw sugars ; lately the bounty has been so high as to be the occasion of the loss of a million sterling to the French finances, and in consequence has seriously affected the English refineries. France having supplied nearly all the ports of the Mediterranean with refined goods. By the new arrangement this trade is likely to be re- sumed by England. The duty on the English manufactures imported into the United States it is expected will be reduced one-half, this will no doubt occasion great briskness in the manufac- turing districts.-Jan. 14. COTTON MANUFACTURE.-The ama- zing co...

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MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

MARKET PRICES, RETAIL. Bacon, per lb. 2s. Hams, ditto, Is. 6d. Butter (salt), Is. 6d' a 2s., ditto, (fresh), 3s. Bread, 4 lb loaf, Is. 4c7. Beef (salt), per lb. 6d+ (fresh) Is. 6d. Mutton, per lb. Is: Sd. Kangaroo, per lb. Is. 2d. Pork (fresh), per lb. Is 6d. (salt), Se?. Cheese, Sydney, per lb. 2s. ditto, English, 2s. Coffee, per lb. is Gd Eggs, per doz. 4s Milk, per quart Sd Fowls, each 3 a 5s * Wild-fowl ; pigeon, 9d ; duck, 2s ; teal, Is ; swan, 6 a 8s Dried fruits, per lb. Is 6d Raisins, per lb. Is Oil, per gallon 10s Vegetables. Potatoes, per lb.> 3 a 4d Cabbages, each.3d Flour per lb. 6d, by the bag, 3^d Wheat, per bushel. 10s Hay, per ton £8 Soap, per lb. Is 6d Starch, per lb. 2s Tobacco, per lb. Vinegar, per gallon 5 a 6s. Gunpowder, per lb 4s Shot, ditto,-1 Ale and porter, per doz. £l4s i The inclemency of the weather, we believe prevented the Colonial Chaplain from visiting Fremantle on Sunday last as was contemplated. Vice Admiral Sir WILLIAM BLACK- WOOD died at an ad...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary s Office, Perth, July 3rd, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that George Frederick Stone, Esquire, has received His Honor the Lieutenant Governor's Permission to act as a " Notary Public" in this Colony. By His Honor's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. ~~ GOVEFNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office Perth, 13th June, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Local Government will receive Wheat, the growth of the Colony, after the en- suing Harvest at the rate of (15s.) fif- teen shillings per Bushel, delivered at the Colonial Stores.-The quantity taken from any one individual to be limited to (4) four Bushels for every Acre under Wheat on the 31st July next.- The number of acres each person has sown on that date, to be verified by a certified return to be forwarded to this Office by the District Magistrates. By His Honor's Command, PETER BROWN, Colonial Secretary. FOR SALE, Salt Beef, do. Pork Sugar Soap Candles Tobacco Tongues Rice Boiling Pe...

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ON ORCHARDS. (Selections from a lately published volume "On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

ON ORCHARDS. (Selections from a lately published volume " On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening.) Dr. John Beale, author of that celebrated little tract, the " Hereford Orchards," thus breaks out in praise of the orchards of this deep and rich country :-u From the greatest persons to the poorest cottager, all habitations are encompassed with orchards and gardens, and in most places our hedges are enriched with rows of fruit trees, pears and apples. Ali our villages, and generally alL our highways, (all our vales being thick set with rows of villages), are in the spring time sweetened and beautified with the blossomed trees, which continue their changeable variety of ornament till (in the end of autumn) they fill our gardens with pleasant fruit, and our cellars with rich and winy liquors. . . Orchards, being the pride of our coun- try, do not only sweeten, but also purify the am- bient air, which I conceive to conduce very much to the constant health and long lives for whi...

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THE ABORIGINES OF NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal — 6 July 1833

THE ABORIGINES OF NATIONS. j IT is with sincere pleasure that we perceive by the latest accounts from Sydney that it is intended to appropriate an annual sum of £.500 to the sup- port of a Mission, the members of which are now on their voyage to, if they have not already reach- ed, their destination. However much the diffusion of the arts of civilized life may conduce to the general welfare of mankind, it cannot be denied but that we owe a deep debt to those, whom we dispossess of the land which has been theirs beyond the memory of man, and which the natural attach- ment to the spot of their birth has endeared to them no less strongly, perhaps, than higher and more patriotic motives. How can we reconcile it with our consciences, if we make no endeavours to elevate in the scale of civilization those whom we have robbed of their inheritance on the sole plea to their mental inferi- ority ? If we claim the right of usurping their property, we entail on ourselves an imperative duty of im...

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