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Domestic Intelligence. THE GOVERNOR'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

IDomi~ntic 3Entei jence.`; : `'` THE GOVERNOR'S TOUR. WE are happy to learn that His Excel. thel . G:. vernor has arrived safely within the limits of the.: Colony, and may be expected at Htead Quarterei?vyi' soon. ?A respectable settler in Argyle, at who, se.: house His Excellency sojourned for a night, on his progress homewards, has informed us that?ij has been, highly. gratified: with hlis Tour,. ani speaks in the highest terms of. the character, 1and?:,. capabilities of the country intervening ?,etwee:!. Goulburn.Plains aud,. Two-fold Bay. We. pri.ei sump; His Excellency's visit will be a prelue ttP.; 'the opening of the latter of these localities to free, settlers. Bourke-ville, (if such should be th, name of the future town at Two-fold Bay ;,a?d, we see no objection whatever to such a name) w?ill " be sure to advance with a rapidity almost uirtipre cedented in the Australian world.. ,Its admirable situation as the entre t 'or half-way-house be= tween. Sydney and i obart Toivn; ...

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Literature and Science. REVIEW. Observations on the Use and Abuse of the Holy Scriptures, as exhibited in the Discipline and Practice of the Protestant and Catholic Communions. By the Rev. W. B. Ullathorne, V.G.—Sydney, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

S.t.i.att ?i?ure tr , ttn te. REVIEW. Observations' oi the Use and Abuse of th'e H'oly Sreptares, as e.rhibited in the Diucipl?ne i.and Pruciice'f the 'Protestant and Cath/olic C~irni ? u nions.: ? By uilthe' Rev." W. '3. 1i~ath. ore, V.G -Sydney, 1834. HAvING made a .fe~ general and prelisinary re-. .narks on the object ..nddesign of .this pamphlet iii the .leading article .of our last number, in con sequence. of its particular bearing on the impor tant subject ,of,-religious instruction, which we. had. recently, been diseussing, we shall proceed without further prefiace,. to examine as many of its more .prominent. statements and positions in" detail as our space., and time will enable us to overtake. " The very first. statement in the Rev. Mr. -.Ulla-, tliorne's' pamrphlet takes for granted,. in the usual. style of the Romish writers, the whole question, at issue.between Protest.nts .and' RomapnC,attl ics. Mr: U. observes,, .. The Catholic Chiurch knows' of.iio dhan e'?ii'hhr. doc...

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English Extracts. THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

THE NEW MINISTBY. ' "" [FiOMI TIHE HOBART TOWN COiIUER OF ,THE" GTH MA. ?RCH, 1835.] THE arrival of the Waterloo with.news to the 19th November, has brougli 'us the unexpected intelli gence of .a.total change of ministry-not a resigna tion, but a dismissal of the old-and a recall of the Duke of Wellington. Sir Robert Peel unfortunately happened at the time to, be in Italy, and it was not likely that any definite arrangements in the appoint ment of the several public officers would be made until his return, which could not be* sooner than a fortnight or three weeks. The new ministry may be more efficient men than their predecessors, and the change will of necessity entail a heavy 'expense on the public, but .in all other 'respects, we see little to lament or rejoice in the occurrence-the machinery of government and the progress of reform must go on with little alteration, as it has already done. The following is a summary of the latest intelligence : The King has taken the opportunit...

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Colonial Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

,r Q.0..... clo -iai !;?_tati-tiils., .. .! are sure our. readers: cannot fail to feel ex tcdingly gratified with the perusal of the 'fllow-, '"i~most interesting and important historical .and 'statistical document, illustrative of the .general state ofthisi colony at the close of the .,government of the late Major" General Macquarie, as com pe:id with its gerieral state at 'the commence. neit: of. his late Excellency's administration. I- forms:i part of a Report presented :to: thei Hou. of Commons in the year 1828, .';and constitutes the" first .we have. ; selected' for' publication, :Of a. whole cart-load of parlia mentary?ocuiments and reports presentedo the library of the Australian College, for the use:o the public of this colony generally, at the requi s, of Joseph. H'Hum."e, sq. M. P. by. the'.Righ HIonourable the S~piaker, of the House of om. n ;i ns'- he value of such a gift. to the coloni, of `:New South Wales will doubtless be appre. crated by all our intelligent readers,...

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Colonial Politics. THE LEGAL PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

        Gallia causidicos facunda Britannos, De conducendo loquitur jam rhetore Thule. JUVENAL. Hark, from th' Antipodes the voice of war! Tis the division of the Australian Bar. IN a recent article, entitled Professional likely to accrue to such a community as   this from the establishment of a high standard, and the maintenance of a high character, both for intellectual acquirements and moral worth, among the five different classes of persons whom we proposed to comprise under this general designation. In takin up tese fiv pr~ofesslQuns ,s.c siviely,':wth a .vew t point outo rads what . arrangemients 6Biht't made to secure the good estate a o dition of each of them in order thir exercisifng a salutary rifluemice o o~t a f arge ,we should hve begtu ?kh@ the ceal ofesionk, agrfi alto the ,',ftaxia i fth i foetPrzncpkm o?ve. B eut re vets " :: ;; .... ~. ).. ql: 'have indiced us t take rip lte Legal P - fdsin oi the fir...

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AUSTRALIAN UNION BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

-AUSTRALIAN UNION BENEFIT .SOCIETY. rFROM A CORRESPONDENJT.] F O ON Friday evening:'last, the first anniversary meeting of this Society, was held at the Royal - Hotel,;.'Col. Shadforth,, in ,tlie~. chair.. Veare happy to, perceive that this Institution is in a flourishing condition.=--The object- for which -it is instituted, viz:--that of 'mutual support in the tiiie of sickness, cnnot be too much praised, in asinuch as it has a tendency to elevate the work ing classes, and excite a feeling of independence 'hick from the reaidiness with which parochial and eleemosynary aid are' granted in Ehgland, i not `there exibited' by the same class of society. For this"reasoi :we are glad to.see the interest which this Society has' excited, among the nume rpus and respectable persons who attended the above 'Meeting. : The following gentlemen were elected office-bearers during the ensuing year;- :President, Colonel Shadforth; Treasurer, J. T. "Wilson, Esquire; Surgeon, C. Nicholson, MTik iin ou...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 19 March 1835

Original Correspondence.   TO THGE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sir,---Dr. Lang has chosen, under cover of your name, to acquaint the, readers of your paper with a variety of particulars, wherein obloquy is at- tempted to be attached to my name and pro- ceedings, in consequence of my past connexion with him and with that educational establishment of which he is the self-constituted head. To most of the particulars alluded to, I have already had occasion to publish an ample and, in my opinion, a satisfactory reply in The Herald of January 1st. The bare statement of facts there given, in answer to a tirade of Dr. Lang's, pre- viously made public in the same newspaper, ought to have been sufficient, to satisfy any ordinary slanderer to the uncalled for repetition of the same series of obliquities, I will not con- descend to repeat my straightforward and in- dignant refutation:--not because I am unwilling,   when necessary, to do justice to myself before the public,...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

TO COR'B.SPONDENTS. If Briiannicus has any 'questions to ask at tlihe 'Editor'oj The Sydney Times, why does he not ask them at himself directly, instead of adopting the awkward and circuit ous mode of asking them through the columns of The Colonist ? We have no wish to be made a Question Book or Note of Interrogation to AMr. Kentish. He is ol age; ask himself. And us to flring, the point of pre cedence at Fancy Balls' and other sunl corrobories in the bush,' what have we to do .with s?uch meetings, or wilh .their piatrons and sutpporters either? .- e write foir the men and women of 'the Colimby-not for its grown chil dren, who, like T'amnehameha and his wife, the late King +aidl Queen of the `sandwich islands, find amusement in Pusnch'i; Opera, Fancy iBalls, and other Blaree-shows. We shall bei most hapfy to "iiseit t '. D.;' comnmunication either in our next number, or, very shortly.l We intends habrieg a leading articleo i'iithe subject towhicil it rqfers, but iwe.h atie been. so....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

saLX o'r DOORS ahT DK. S.ACEMAN. JH' folloiving BOOKS, the Property of' thelate .iRev. W. PINKERT'ON, will' be 'sold by Public Auction, by MIfn. .Br,ACKcZAN; at his Auction and Commission Rooms, Ki(ig Street, at 7 o'Clock, on :the -Evenings of Friday 'and Saturday, the 3d and :4th of April next. . . 1ot: ' : ENGLISH. 1i. i rake's Literary' Hours; 3 vols. 3 Amtarynthus, the Nympholet; with other Poems :'The. Fudge Family in Paris, by Thomas Moore 3 Romaine's Triumph' of Faith H, Human Life, a poem by Samuel Rogers ?tters on;Spiritual Life,-by the 1Rev. W..Law 4 °.ord lB3yron's Marin. Faliero, Doge of Venige, S Prophecy: ofDantei . S.---- .-De1frmed transformed, --- ---Ma ifred, atir - :, --Chide Harold third canto 5 Bishop Wafson, Soanie Jenyns, and Lord Lyttle S t?on:on'the"Evidences of Christianity Guthrie's Christian's Great Interest. 6:'1Warnei,'s Old 'Church' of England Principles oppised to the Nevw Li ht : 't: Catholic Doctrine of t ie Trinity; by the late W .Jones; . .M. S'':...

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THE STEAM COMPANY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

THE STEAM COMPANY'S MEETING. ' :riE General: Meeting of the Australian Steam Conveyanee Company will be held on Tuesday, the :31st instant, of course before the publication ,' onr next number..- Wei trust there will be .,,some member present on the occasion. to stand -*:forward for the maintenance--of :Christian ,prin 'ipe 'and the observance of Clhristiarf' piactice, .it :defiance. of the reckless: indifference to all religious observances, and the monstrous thirst for gain that pervade the Colony. The Meeting in question is almost the first that has occurred since the founding of the Colony, in which men. ?o"f real principle have been required to make a firm ani pubic stand for. the .Christianity'of the 5Colony.. On such an occasion;rithere can be noroom fobr Sectarianism; ' for it is equally. the .interest .?nd the duty of Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Ito :man 'Caitholics, Methodists; Indepenidents, and ?"Baptists; to .protect the Christian Sabbath from jomint-stock profanation,...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. I / il if 'h Wlted. ' ". q qof D' a. ' igh WiN. -Vim. of;, MN., 1:: 0 Mi Thurasay . 20 ;.1 40 7' 20 0 '5 ,' 2l3' , Friday...27. :. 41 8 0, 0 0 5 5'4 2 :P Satitrday'..28·. 8 15 8 3. 0 .7 i 5 3 ' :0 Sunday ? 20 8 - 45 8 541 6 8 5 "2 l Monday ., 80 0 '15. 9 '87] 0 0 '.- 51 ',2 TTuqsday.. 3 10. 0 10 20 00 300, 5 50. 3 Wednesday 1 10 85 48 400 0 121 48 4

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

ARRIVALS. March 18.:-Isabella (schoioner), Boyne, from Norfolk Island 'in ballast.-" Passengers; Major Do . Lisle, and '40 privates 4th Regt; .: :March,19.--America". (Ruissian sloop of War), Captain Sehurtz,? from' Petersburgh and Rio de Ja ,niero, having 'sailed from the former place in August last, and from the latter, the 1st January, ona voyage of survey to the N. W. Coast of America. . March.19. Elizabeth (ship), :Currie,, from the sperm fishery, with 2,200 barrels of sperm oil.. Pas sengers Mis. Currie and -three children, and Miss Currie. March 21. Sir William Wallace' (ship), Curter, froni the Southi Seas;, withi 250 barrels of of sperm oil. March 22- Caroline (schooner), from Newcastle, with coals, . March 25= Tamar (steamer); from Newcastle=i March 24---Bolina (barquie), Stor,, fromi'a ,lspel culative trip imong the Southi:Sea Islands :. . March 265?'Orwell (ship), Living, from' China; via Hobart Town, with tea,&c. . . DEPARTURES. Mach 18.--Wolfe (barqui), Lewis, ...

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Select Poetry. CONCERT IN THE PAVILION ON THE CALTON HILL, EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

CON~RiT, IN THE PAVILION ON :.THE 'A'-:,.. LTON .HILL, EDINBURGH. On.Wednesday evening, (Sept. 17), a concert` in aid of the 'public chairities of this.city, was given. in" the Pavilion, -i ,~and atten'ded by a very numerous and fashionable aissem blage. Among the compaiy present were the Earl and Countess Grety, the Lord Provost, the Right Hon. James Abercromby, M.P., the Attorney-General, the Lord Advo c.te, Lord Jeffrey, Sir James Gibson Craig, Sir,Thomas D:'-':t+ Dick Lauder and :family, &c. On, his entrance,'.Earl Grey was received with loud applause, and at the close of the concert three cheers were given for. his lordship and the countess., In the course of the. evening: some very : i-: spirited verses,?i-ritten for the occasion of Earl Grey's. dinner, by .Mr. William S. Daniel, were snug, and re ' ceived with .the most. enthusiastic cheers. and waving of hanidkerchiefs. 'The strain wvas encored, and ,after the ''cheering had subsided; Mr. Abercroniby, M.P., conducted...

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THE GOVERNOR'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

THE GOVERtNOIR'S TOU , R. Hris Excellency the. Governor, we are happy 4;4011 learn, has returned safely to,Head Qiuarters ý I his progress .homewards through :the flourishiig: district' of Argyle, he received 'a loyal and'dudi'fi~i address from the respectable inhabitanis; to whidh ý : he: returned a ,kind: and appropriate answer: We were in error in stating in Our ,last, week's number, that His Exceellency had. spent thie 'iigit at the residence' of the' gentleman :on{ 'ht authority we reported :his progress; he..hd merely called, in passing from one' part of thi country to another, and the mistake wais entif'y ours.- The following notice has been sent- usby,. a. Correspondent: - . His Excellency th'e Governor"rrive4 at Bbiriri' on his return from thi'' southern distaicts, ori iTth evening of the 16th of Marhi,; and'tiie' foll'oi?Wi ,morning (St. Patrick's- day), .hav.ing. inispected the stockade and the works of the newi bridgei:: proceeded to lay the first stone of the new Courit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

ORIGINAL BIRMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD IRONMONGERY, OIL AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE, No. 8, GEORGE STREET, (FORMERLY MACDONALD'S). ----- ~--I T N returning thanks for the unprecedented Patronage with which the Public has been pleased to honour him, begs to intimate that he has received, by the Elizabeth Taylorson, Undaunted, Warrior, - L and Jane, part of his first quarter's supplies for the'year, to which he invites attention. , `J. T. W. will not descend to the hacknied mode of advertising prices, but he would assure his friends of his determination, to sell. as'cheap as any house in the Colony. It is almost unnecessary to point out, that in extent, and general assortment, his stock. affords' facility to Purchasers, far greater than any other in New South Wales :n aoidas the whole of the GoodIs have been purchased in England with particular care, and strictly to his order, their quality may be, relied on. 'The Show Rooms' and Shop, will now be found to contain every article of taste and utili...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

BIRTHS.—At Charlotte-place, Sydney, on the 13th Instant, the Lady of T. W. Ryder, Esq. of a daughter. At Port Stephen, on the 15th Instant, the Lady of Colonel Dumaresq, of a son. MARRIAGES.   On Saturday last, by special license, at St. Philip's Church, by the Rev. W. Cowper, J. B. R. Robert- son, Esq. eldest son of James Robertson, Esq. of Hunter's River, to Ann, only daughter of the late John Foxton, Esq., R. N. and eldest daughter of Mrs. R. Jones, of George-street, Sydney. On Monday, the 16th Instant, at Windsor, by the Revd C. V. Dowling, Mr. T. Smidmore, of Sydney, to Miss Mary Cullen of Pitt Town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

Lot2 2'24 ;On Lettres de Cachet -- - Catalogue of the Library of M'Arthy Reagh S e'Noir's Monuments of Sculpture 2 26 Boileau's Works, 3d vol Eloge of Rousseau. The Innocent Incest 226 Extracts from Bossiet's Univer -al History 2 ' Lamy's Art of Speaking 227. Bibliotheque Choisie Tartarian Tales Crebillon's Works, vol. 2d 2 History of thie Schism in. lngland 228 Chenaye's Critical Letters Account of the Wolfian Philosophy 2 -. Portable 'French' Library. 229 Anecdotes of the Venetians and Turkls 2 Customs and Ceremonies of the Modern Jews Chaulieu's Poems -Gaschet:s Letters 230 Selec 'Pieces'Of Moliere 2 Letellier's French Grammar Florian's Numa Pompilius 231 Don Quixote, 5th vol Works of Regnard, 2 vols 2 232 Bellegarde's Reflections on Ridicule '2 Vaugelas' Remarks on the French Language. Description of the Toiowns' and capital Cities of 2 France 333 Reports to the National Convention ; The Amusements of Friendship Description of the Abbey of La Trappe 234 Memoirs and Letters of th...

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OUR FIRST QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

OUR r[[RST QUJARTER. AMoNG the numerous abortive 'projects ..of. the last few 'months, we have been told of the pro posed establishment of another-tiewspaperi under the title of The 'Ejlancipist. :We cannot express our reprobation of any such attempt as the mere designation of the proposed paper' indicates,. in language sufficiently strong. it would go' to, band ,together, in one common feeling of hostility, to. wards the rest of the ,ommunity; the whole cldss of persons throughout this colony, who have ever. been convicts-the virtuous. an'dl reformed; with' the worthless. and the vile.-- For our own parts,, we detest all such combinations, and we shall never fail to denounce them as treason , to. the community. .The object of' our paper, we are happy to state, has been .far 'cift'erdnt from any thing of so thoroughly oljectionahle ia cha racter. It has been to.unite tcgethtr ?P ,the exercise of one common feeling, and in the. effort to accomplish one noble 'end,-viz.' the general a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

SALE. OW CaowW Lws.AD. On Wednesdey, the 8th day of April next, at 11 o'clock A IM.• a public sale of the -following -allot. ments of Crown Lands and Town allotments will be." lield, viz.?? CROWN LANDS. A:::gyle. 1' Lot of 1,20 acres, applied for by Dun-, can M'Farlane. , :Brish?ne. , 8,Lots, measuring .7,250 acrs;. applied for iby W. C. Wentworth? one lot of 640 acres, ap plied for by John Bingle. , -. Camden.' 2Lots of 640 acres each, applied for by John Morden, Cook. :1 Lot of 50 acres, applied for by Silvester Holland; 1 lot of 50-acaes, apphed for by John Gos per';-1; lot-of 50,acres; applied for by Jane Cribb. .. "Cumberland. I Lot of:30 acres, *ipplied for by, Francis .Johihson'; 1 l.t of 500 'acres, applied for by Charles Wildy ;"-1 lot of-30 ,acres, applied ;for by W, R..Scott ,;1 lot- of .100 acres, applied for by Simoln Elliott;. 1 lot ol10 acres, applied for by Fre derick 'Wheatly.` . .. - Durham 2 ILots of 40- aid 700 acres, applied-: for by Francis Forbes' il ?l :dfo 5...

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Religious Intelligence. NEW SOUTH WALES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

r.' oZW SOUTH WA ES... PR'ESBYTERIA"N CH URCH. AT a meeting of the Presbytery of Ne'w South Wales, held in the Acots.Church, ,Sydney, on the 30th December last, of' which certain other pro= ceedings were reported 'in the first number of this Journal, it was ,stated. by the Rev Dr. .Lang, that Mr. -D)avid Mackenzie, .A. M., an alumnus of 'the University of, Edinburgh, had arrived in the Colony, 'at his own invitation, to conduct one of the depart ments of the Australian College; having previously gone through the'regular course of education pre scribed .by the General Asseinbly of the Church. of Scotland for all candidates., for -the ministry in.that Church, viz :- four years' attendance at the language and philsophyi classes in one or other of- the. Scot tisa Universiries, and other four years'..attendance' at, the Divinity Hall,: and, at other classes more inmme diately' connectedwith the.:clerical profession-butt from circumstances .peculiar to his :case, and not: likely to' occur...

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