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Oriental Extracts. THE LATE EVENTS AT CANTON, AND THE DEATH OF LORD NAPIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

Oriental 1ixtracts . THE LATE EVENTS AT CANTON, AND THE DEATH OF LORD NAPIER. S[FCnoM THiE IOBART TOWN- COURIE ·.] BY the' Orwell we:-have had the pleasure to receive our files of that-intelligent and .well conducted jour nal/, The Cantoin Register, till tihe 16th of December. It contains many interesting' articles of news, but the melancholy .death of Lord Napier and the events that preceded it, engross every other. The following letter from an epteemed' correspondent, containng a lucid and authentic narrative of, these events, which are now to be enrolled in history, will be read with interest by every reader ' - .TO ThIE ]EDITOR OF ,TIE. COURIER. SSIR,-Having..noticed the, very inaccurate state merits published regarding the late disturbances inChina and the death of Lord Napier, I am induced, to for ward to you the following succinct account, upon the circuinstantial accuracy of which you may confi 'dently rely.. SOn Tuesday, 15th'July, Lord Napier landed .at Macao, from the And...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Colonial Statistics. CONTINUATION OF MAJOR-GENERAL MACQUARIE'S LETTER TO EARL BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

0010' ,ta att-ti c " CONTINUATION OF MAJOR-GENER MACQUARIE'S LETTER TO BATH jURST. .27:. 1HAVING often viewed andl consider ed'},hi regret and compassion the wretched and ne: glected state of a great number of helpless ille: gitimate ,orphan children, consigned to want and misery by their unnatural and unfeeling pareniit: and the donsequent necessity of victualling riurni bers of that description from the King's stores?,:.[:i was induced to form and establish an asylumhiito their relief, , maintenance. and education, to, .supported from the colonial revenue, in the sane manner as the female orphanand .nativ.e instit' ,tions are.. ..: .28. I accordingly established a male orphan institution at Sydney, .on- the *1st of January; .1819, under certain rules, regulations and restrii.?; tions; limiting the orphans at first to be received. into the. institution to sixty boys, but, which it y?ai= afterwards found expedient to increase to eighty;,: of .which number it. at present consists. ,r...

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Colonial Politics. THE LITERARY PROFESSION, OR THE COLONIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

tolototal polititc . STHE. LITERARY .P;RO'FESSION THE COLONIAL PILESS IN our last Thursday's umber, we left their Honours, thethree Judges, toilg and perspiring at the truly Herculear" aboir6f clearing their Augeati stt le !of 2tle iac cumulated filth and impurities of nearly half a century. We have a. piece of work of a somewhat, imilar description upon our own hands this'vieek; and resolved as vwe are to go throigh with it, thougfiprecluded from . taking )a dram. beforkhand to inspire us with 'the requisite: "coiurage,` in- consent quence of havig- joined the Temperance Society,: we 'almost feel ,inclined to solicit Colonel DEspARD:of His Majesty s 17th Regt. to oblige :"th eir ?onours :the ,thr ludges ,and`i ouirse?1ýe . .the loano " f his excellent Regimaen.aBand, to play us lup The Muckin'' o' Geordie s Byre. It would serve their IEonoius "as a pleasing Sre nmbrancer of .therir nt ~employinmeit' on thile principle of i ?coim memninisse juvabit.. S.: :... Sweetjs ipleasure after...

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COLONIAL LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

COLONIAL LITERATURE.   We have received copies of the three following Colonial pamphlets, all of which we shall take an eaily opportunity to notice, as our space and time precludes us from doing so in our present number. The first is entitled, Lectures on the Horticulture of New South Wales, delivered at the Mechanics' Scliool of Arts, Sydney ; By Tho mas Shepherd, of the Darling Nursery. It has been printed by Stephens and Stokes, and its typography and general appearance are creditable to the Colony. The second is entitled, Illustra- tions of the Present State and Future Prospects of the Colony of New South Wales; By an Impartial Observer ; Printed by W. Jones, Bridge Street, Sydney. The typography of this pamphlet, which, by the way, is only the first of a series on, the same subject, is, also highly cre- ditable to our Colonial Press. The cover is or namented with a spirited vignette, in which the sun appears rising from amidst the waters of the Pacific from between...

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Domestic Intelligence. THE LATE REV. W. PINKERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 26 March 1835

Domestic Intelligence. THE LATE REV. W. PINKERTON. WE beg to call the attention of our readers to an advertisement in this day's paper, notifyingg the sale of the library of the late Rev. William Pinkerton, consisting of about a thousand volumes in theological and general literature in the English, Latin, Greek, French, Italian, German, and Spanish languages. It will be sold by public auction by Mr. Blackman, at his auction and commission rooms, King Street, on the evenings of Friday and Saturday, the 3d and 4th of April next, at seven o'clock, for the benefit of Mr. Pin- kerton's widow, who proposes to return to Scot- land with her child, an infant of about two years of age, by the ship Bristol, in a few weeks hence. Mr. Pinkerton arrived in the colony in the year 1831, to conduct the English department in the Australian College, in conjunction with the Rev. Mr. Carmichael, and the Rev. Mr Anderson, now Minister of the Scots Church, Launceston. For a twelvemonth, however, after his...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sydney, Sept. 12th, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sydney, Sept. 12th, 1833. Sxn,-I' have just read the Rev. Mr. McEncroe's letter in Tuesday's Gazette, with your remarks upon it, arid though my leisure and inclination alike dis suade me from entering upon the thorny track of religious controversy; yet 1 cannot forbear troubling you with an observation or two upon both of them: -The whole pith of the Rev. gentleman's reasonir.; as opposed to Protestantism, is grounded on a mani festly contradictory assump'ion, contained in the fol lowing sentence which I quote from his letter. "1 he title Catholic laid down by the apostles, as a distinctive mark of the Church of Christ, fixes his (the prisoner under sentence of death) attention upon the Catholic Church in Communion with the Bishop of Rome." It is unnecessary to inform you that such a Church does not exist, and that if universality be the mark of a true Church, the Church o, Rome, arrogate what she may, does not possess it any more than does any o...

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Religious Intelligence. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

1 eliigdou0 Jntelligentce. WEW BOYUTH W.'IES. THEun following copy of a hitherto unpublished letter orn a point connected with the Roman Catholic con troversy, from the pen of the late Rev. Williams Pinkerton, will probably interest some of our readers. It has been placed in our hands with this view, by an intelligent subscriber, since the publication of our first notice of the Rev. Mr. Ullathorne's pamphlet. The circumstances under which it was written are as' follows :-About eighteen months ago, the Rev. Mr. McEncroe, one of the Roman Catholic priests of this colony, had published a letter in the Sydney Gazette, a paper which for three years past has been the Ro man Catholic Journal of New South Wales; ac-. counting for what he asserted to be a fact-viz: that Protestants under sentence of death in this colony, frequently become Roman Catholics at the foot of. the gibbet, and receive extreme unction and a pass port to paradise or to purgatory, forthwith, from one or other of the Ro...

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Markets. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

WOOL. ' E? are sorry to find by the following Londop Re. ports of the Sales of Wool that the prices have lately experienced a great reduction. The decline is prin 'cipally attributed to the large speculative holders of -wool, who have been standing out during all the earlier part of last year, for the prices of last season, 'but who could not keep up the market, and being obligrd to sell, have only been able to do so at prices Svery far below what they might have obtained early' in the -easorx. We quote the following: JtREPORT OF LOUGIINAN & HUGHES' SALE OCT. 25th 1834. Ex Sir Joseph Banks.-I A E, 52 bales, is 4d-G X, within diamond, 17 ditto, 2s 1ud-I AI, within diamond, 2 .ditto, 1s 1tld-I B l \, within diamuond, 4 ditto, 2s 0d- J..J Af, 2 ditto, is a9gd,-Et X, withini diamond, 7 ditto 2s 32 -X- E, within d,,mnond, 19 ditto, 2 id--C within dia mond, 3 ditto, Is 7-Ad-Q Q, 45. ditto, is Ok-A B .within dl;unond 20 ditto, Is O(ld-A X, within dlanuond, 30 ditto • as l-d. Ex Lav...

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Domestic Intelligence. OUR SECOND QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

s'ome tc Jntrlligence. -OUR SECOND QUARTER. WE beg to congratulate our numerous readers onr the `commencement of our second quarter; on which,., we are happy to inform them, we enter .with no fewer than forty 'additional subscribers in the district of Hunter's River alone, without taking into account the recent additions to our list in the town of Sydney, and in the other ex tensive districts of. the interior. 'We must now print, at the .very least, seven' hundred copies'in future, instead of five hundred, as we have been doing till lately. This general. testimony, on the part of the respectable portion of the inhabitants of the colony (for it is by that class of our co lonial population exclusively that TI E COLONIST is read), to the high character and beneficial ten dency of our journal, is equally intelligible and gratifying to ourselves; and we pledge ourselves accordingly to do our best to continue to merit the good opinion that has thus' been entertained respecting us by the c...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. WE are extremely sorry to announce an ex tensive and alarmingirruption of the Caffres into the flourishing settlement of Albany in SouthI Africa. .Many. of the unfortmnate settlers: have been reduced from a state of comfort and cornm parative independence, to absolute want having been obliged to leave their property--consisting in great measure, as in the case of'settlers' in- this colony, of flocks and herds-at a moment'swariinug, to the wild beasts 'and the wilder enemy, and to flee for refuge to Graham's Town, the capital of the.district. We: shall" present our readers with certain documents in our next number, which will enable them to ascertain the real, cause, -if not the more immediate occasion, of this great calamity.' . 'It may be stated in three words, MISOOVERNMENT, INHUMANITY, and INFATUA rION. The 'unfortunate settlers are. merely the victims of the criminality of others.

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SYDNEY TIMES. RESURGAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

SYDNEY TXMEES. RESURGAM. THE litigated disputes between the Editor and Pro prietor, Mr. KENTISII, and his late partner, ilir. FINCH, together with the at present inexplicable refu sal of a certain third party to join with the Proprie tor, to indemnify the Printer against libel prosecutions &c., as it was his interest to do, have occasioned a temporary suspension of its publication, until the final adjustment of the affair now in chancery. Mr. KENTrISH solicits of his kind friends and nume rous subscribers, to hold themselves in expectation of the revival of " l'f'l TIlsEs" upon the same princi ple and by the same Editor andri Proprietor, and not to pledge themselves to any paper, w!hich may, as it is probable some will be started with a view to sup plant him with a connexion, which by immense toil and perseverance he has succeeded in establishing. Trusting that his educated and respectable Sub scribers will, not without satisfaction, ag.in honor him with their support, when ...

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THE EUTHANASIA. WRITTEN IN A BIBLE. Vanity of vanities.—ECCL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

THE EUTHANASIA. ' WRITTEN IN A BIBLE. BY AISON Vanity of vanities. -Ea Ec.. WHAT art thou, Life ? 'The saint and sage Hath left it written on this page, That thou art nothing, dust, a breath, A bubble broke by chance 'or death; A sun"ray on a rushing. stream; A thought, a vanity, a dream. And truly hath he told the tale:. Bear w.itness cell, and cloister pale, W here loveliness, and wealth, and birth, Have shrunk from sights and sounds of earth, And chill'd the heart and veil'd the eye, And, daily dying, learn'd to die. Yet, Life, thou'rt given for mighty things;' To plume the infant angel's wings; To bid our waywardness of heart, Like Martha, choose the better part; To watch, and weep our guilt away, " Td-day, while yet 'tis called to-day." If trials come, Eternal God ! By thee the vale of thorns was trod. Ifdeath be nigh, shall man repine To, bear the pangs that once were thine I. To bleed where once thy heart was riven; And follow from the Cross to Heaven!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

pAcm.CMENT, , e. rlHE Subscriber, begs to inform the' Inhabitants of Sydney and its Vicinity, that he has on hand' a.t his Residence, opposite the Carpenter's Arms, Pitt street, an assortment of PARCHMENT, MASONS' APRONS;, &c.' recently manufactured by hini; su perior to any manufactured in: England, and at Half the Price.charged in this Colony. Any quantity made to order, and .a liberal discount allowed to Dealaer. , S. HOLTLIST?•R: STONE SEALS ENGRAVED ARMS OVUND, Etc. R. CLINT, 19, King Street East. : .:...:ANNU :.: N .ALS. FRIENDSHIPS OFFERING FOR 1835 with beautiful embellishments. ON SALE at Mr. Innes', King Street. MANZLLA CZGARS. K? IRK, SON, and Co. having purchased the Manilla CIGARS, ex Ship "Macclesfield," recomme:d them to their friends as being of a superior Quality. Also, on Sale, fine C.UBA CIGARS. P?CTURES, DR,.&WZNGS, & PRINTS, CLEANED AND RENOVATED. -lY the advice. of several Friends, Mn. BREN NAND is.induced to add to his former Business, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

SIvbe titoemeto. SAA.E OF?0 BOOKS BY" MR1. ?[iAC WMTAN. THE following BOOKS, the Property of the late ! Rev. W. PINKERTON, will be sold by Public Auction, by Mn. BLACKMAN, at his Auction and Commission Rooms, King Street, at 7 o'Clock, on the Evenings of.Friday and Saturday, the 3d and 4th of April next., " ENGLISH. Lot 1 Drake's Literary Hours, 3 vols. 2 Amarynthus, the Nympholet; with other Poems The Fudge Family in Paris, by Thomas Moore' 3 Romaine's Triumph of Faith Human Life, a poem by Samuel Rogers Letters on Spiritual Life, by the Rev:. W Law 4 Lord Byron's Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice,. Prophecy of Dante, . Deformed Transformed, . .; -Manfred, and Childe Harold: third canto.': 5 Bishop Watson, Soame Jenyns, and LordLyttle ton on the Evidences of Christianity Guthrie's Christian's Great Interest. 6 Warner's Old Church of England Principles opposed to the New Light The Catholic Doctrine of the Trinity; by the late W. Jones, A. M. A Treatise touching the liberty of a Christi...

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Original Correspondence. ON THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

41.virrtg a1 Qrorweop tnbcs ION TIHE MEDICAL PROFESSION tIN NEW SOUTH WALES . fi"' TO THEr EDITOR OF T!HE COLONIST. SA, ,-As a member of a body whose interests :y~ti have undertaken to advocate, I cannot with hold, the expression of the satisfaction'I feel7 at .at such an event, nor forbear, congratulating:"my :professional' brethren on the advantages likely, to accrue; from having so able a champion enlisted in our cause. There is, I believe, no class .whose rights-'are more shamefully infiinged; than those of -the medical profession in New South Wales. The grievances under which it labours, are partly refeiable to the absence:of those legislative en actments, which, in most other parts of'the world, are provided for the two-fold purpose, of securing to the public efficient, and regularly -bred. practitioners, and partly for the protection of these latter..from an invasion of their rights, lby theeunqualified and ignorant. .I believe,.Mr. Editor, I need not inform your readers, tha...

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REPORT OF JOHN MARSH'S SALE, OCT. 22, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

i,1EPORT OF JOH, N MARtSII'S SALE, OCT. 22, 1834. Ex Henry.-Sparks, 09 bdaes, 2s Oad-J H L, 5 ditto, 2s 4d--J Mi IE, 5 ditto 2s 2~td-- A L, 16 ditto, s1 2i-P .withil triangle, 141 ditto, is 10oid--H wvithin double triangle 2t ditto, Is ???1-G withli triangle, 11 ditto, Is 7-(d-A B within triangle, 8 ditto, 1.i .jd-S T, 14 ditto, 2s 2;d-1 T, 4 ditto, Is 1 id-it It, 4 ditto, 2s 2.d-Hl 11, P underneath 4 ditto, la Jlid-S within triangle, 5 ditto, Is 7d-I, B, 20 ditto, Is 8?)-1? 0, Is 10od-? , 40 ditto, Is I),d. Eix Brilialnt.--G A, 3 bales Is i8.d--D 0 C, 10 ditto, Is 8jd -C within double triauigle 4 ditto, is 7;dt-G within double triangle, 4 ditto, ls 7.d-G within diamnond, 8 ditto, is 4 d- L.within di:unod a dit,o, Is 5dl-2l' A, 2!) ditto, is 7(l L, 33 ditto, Is t-I-1 B, within diamond. Is S;fd-B- within diamnond, 5 ditto, is Sd-1 B, 11 ditto, Is 90d-H G, 0 ditto; 1s Od-P M' 11), ditto, Is 7.d-W 0, 7 ditto, is 3!td. Total at JOHN MARSII'S Sale, 502 Bales. The above are the average pr...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

ARRIVALS. March 26.-Sarah (schooner), Chandler, from Wollongong, with passengers and colonial produce. Mlarch 27.-ElEhzabeth (schooner), Hart, from Launceston on the 18th ult.-Cargo, sundries; pas sengers, Mrs. Bentley and two children, and William Heath. Mai ch 28.-Surrey (ship), Veale, from Plymouth the 22nd Novem ber, with merchandize.--Passen gers, Mr. John Stone, and Mr. Henry Clements. March 28.-Maria (schooner), Milne, from Laun ceston the 26th ult. with sundries.-Passengers, Mrs. Stewart and child, Miss Elizabeth Kimble, Mrs. Black,, Miss Alexander, Thomas Upton, and John Rlobertson. March 28.-Fortune (barqne), Lister, from Lon don the 22nd November, with merchandize.--Pas sengers, Mr. Lister, Mr. Francis White, Mrs. White, William Garfield, Sarah Garfield, Mrs. *lNary Hood and child, Mrs. Clarissa Peet, Miss Eliza Jane Griffiths, and Benjamin Nicholls. Marcb 29.-Sophia Jane, and Tamar (steamers), from Newcastle. March 29.-Currency Lass (schooner), .Hind, from Hobart Town th...

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Literature and Science. REVIEW. Observations on the Use and Abuse of the Sacred Scriptures, as exhibited in the Discipline and Practice of the Protestant and Catholic Communions. By the Rev. W. B. Ullathorne. V. G. [SECOND NOTICE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

iltterature atnu ctience. '-Hooo44,e REVIEW. Observations ori the Use and Abuse'of the Sacred Scriptures;, as exhibited in 'the D.iscipline and .JPractice of the Protestant and Catholic. Com mn unions. By' the Rev. W. B., Ullathorne. V. G.' " .[SECOND. NOTICE.]. WE should be extremely sorry, if in any remarks we have already.made, or may yet make, on the Rev. Mr. Ullathorne's pamphlet, we. should either.give, or have already given, personal offence, a by acting in any way in the least inconsistently 'with'the common courtesies of literary, warfare. For that gentleman, and for .his Reverend co adjutors in this colony,: ,we entertain sincere respect, and should be most happy to find them extensively instrumental 'in,,reclaiming that por tion of our depraved .population which is more immediately under their.charge. But for the, system with which, under the name of the religion of our Lord Jesus Christ, they are unhappily identified, we ..have no hesitation in expressing our entire abho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

k: -a ORIGINAL1 BIRMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD IRONMONGERY, SOIL AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE, N ý eturning 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 Tayloron, 1ndaunt &o d'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; and aithe wholeof the ode 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 utility ; .and the newly,,arrived Emigrant will fnnd great advantage in proc...

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BATHURST. EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 2 April 1835

BATHURST.   EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY. ON the 18th of the present month, the exploring party and equipment, under the orders of the Surveyor General, halted at Bathurst on their route of discovery. The cavalcade, which on its arrival proceeded through the Domain to the rear of the Government House, had a very im- posing appearance, and consisted of a line of drays, caravans, &c., having fifty powerful oxen in harness, and a carriage constructed at Parra- matta, 36 feet in length, for the purpose of con- veying two large boats of 30 feet, and 25 feet respectively, fitting inside each other, intended to afford passage for the party if needed. Beside Major Mitchell; the expedition is accompanied by Assistant-Surveyor Larmer, Mr. Cunning- ham, Colonial Botanist, a subordinate medical attendant a blacksmith with portable forge, sawyers, and other useful mechanics, to the number of twenty-three persons in all. The supply of provisions is calculated to last the party twe...

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