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Omniana. (Extracted from late English Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Omniana. ( Extracted from late English Papers.) The following very beautiful reply was made by his present Majesty, sitting on the throne, to the de- putation sent from the general assembly of the Esta- blished Churches of Scotland, with an address of con- dolence and congratulation. It has been received throughout Scotland with a deep sense of gratitude : " I thank you for this loyal and dutiful address, condoling with me on the demise of my late lamented brother, and congratulating me on my accession to the throne of my ancestors. " Be assured of my determination to maintain your national Church in the possession of all its rights and privileges. " I regard that Church as one of the great defences of religion, and of religious liberty, and I well know the zeal by which its ministers are actuated in the discharge of their spiritual duties ; and in inculcating on the minds of those committed to their charge, the principles of obedience to the laws and loyalty to the throne. I shall ...
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Police Incidents'. Tuesday, June 21.—John Walsh was charged with reducing a man named Christie Hudson, who was re- clining in a state of drunkenness on the road between Sydney and Parramatta, to a state of nature. Hudson stated, that on Tuesday morning he awoke a perfect sans culotte in a fowl house, but how, or by what means he came there he could not tell. A person who captured Welsh while he was engaged in stripping Hudson, cleared up the mystery, and he was com- mitted for trial. Daniel Fergusson, holding a ticket of leave, was charged with chiselling Mr. Barker out of two tons of fire wood, and when charged with the offence, with threatening to drown himself. The Bench considering his age, ordered him to he confined in a solitary cell &nbsp; on bread and water for 10 days, and a recommendation that his ticket should be cancelled. &nbsp; John Murray, assigned to Captain Bunn, for ab- &nbsp; senteeism for upwards of three weeks, was ordered 21 days recreat...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 20, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 20, 1831. IT being intended to convert the Prisoners' Barracks at Newcastle, into an Hospital, &nbsp; Persons disposed to undertake the Alterations which will be necessary in consequence, are requested to transmit their Tenders to this Office at twelve o'Clock, on Thursday, the Twenty-first of July next, endorsed " Tender for Alteration in Prisoners' Barracks, New- castle." Security will be required, for the due Performance of the Work within a given time ; and before payment can be made, a survey will be held thereon by a corn- petent Board. A Plan and Specification may be seen on application to the Superintendent of Public Works, in Newcastle, or to the Director of Public Works in Sydney, as well as any other information which may be required. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Law Intelligence. Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Law Intelligence. Supreme Court. ——ooo—— &nbsp; Monday, June 20.—Before Judge Dowling, and the usual Commission. Edward Chalker, Daniel Chalker, Elizabeth Chalker, Samuel Jones, Thomas Baldwin, James Thompson, James White, William Sconce, Henry Page, Daniel Cains, and Thomas Corrigan, were jointly indicted for &nbsp; receiving one watch, the property of George Bowman, &nbsp; well knowing the same to have been before feloniously stolen by John Walmsley and William Webber, at South Creek, on the 1st Jan. The accomplice, Walmsley, was the only evidence &nbsp; in this case, and the learned Judge in summing up, after observing to the Juiy, that although the evi- dence of an approver might be received by a Jury unsupported, yet could they, laying their hands on their breasts, say as reasonable and honest men, that the prisoners were guilty on the unsupported testimony of that map. The Jury after a few minutes absence, acquitted all the prisoners ; who were ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 18, 1831. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom during the last week ; viz :— ALMORAH 3, Margaret Delany ; ANNE and AME- LIA, James Flynn, Michael Tallant, Patrick Simp- son. John Darcy, John Macnamarra ; ASIA 4, John Murray, John Calley, John Hall, Mark Lyland or Liddane, Michael Connolly, Martin Keegan, William or James Johnstone, Michael McDonald, James &nbsp; Small ; ASIA 6, Thomas Hight, alias Thomas Mi- chael Hight, William Mesher, James Wilkins ; BA- TAVIA, William Edwards, John Lewis, William Shaw : CASTLE FORBES 2, Patrick McCloskey, Mi- chael Ryan ; COUNTESS of HARCOURT 3. Mat- thew Gregson, the younger, James Crowsley, James Ingram, Samuel Hetherington, Sampson Pratley, Philip Summers, Thomas Jones ; GRENADA 3, Mary Jones, Sarah Fox, Hannah Shaw ; GUILD- FORD 5. George Hanson; HENRY 1 James Stott ; HENRY PORCHER, Hugh McGinlay ; HERCULES 2, Thomas Green, John Myers ; HOOGHLEY 1, Th...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. July 4 I M Calendar. Tian.Si. M.mm .SUN . High Tide. ruai I lett I muru I tvcn 7 7 4 53 .'I 33 ? 5 I" I. | 7 () | 4 54 I 4 -&lt;u | j (j I »V | á .viii.biva.l .1. i »I J. | 7 » , JO | 0 JJ '' eli I It li Mii.-l ullin .1. ia Iii. | 7 0|4 54|b' 40 | 7 ÜJ La Fonlaini- b I Oui. Hii'-ke .1 1707 7 0 4 51 7 4t 8 L.ii » .V»ill. i.. fan«. IHM. 7 5 4 55 8 30 10 | S Ne lili, -sun aliei li nilly. I »V.»Licit«lune, b 17)3 7 5 1 55 7 15 Í) 37 \v Moon 9.li day.52 minute« p.isl 11 at night.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
"Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and V.uiaiiniu of the TF.ft. .luring the past Werk, in Sydne nun nniq;, al noon, ami al 6 n'L'lock in 1 ue-s. G n. in Fine 52 SW 12 noon I i ne ¿8 SSW i p. m. clmiily 54 S Wtil (j II. in Co..I 4S SMi -o 2 noon Fine USK 6 ;> in. Cou I 5u SW '-.\ Finé- is »VsW 12 li owl Fine 52 S 6 p. in, Cool 6 ti. in Fine ty \» S A' 12 noon Co. I 47 W [6 p. m Cool 50 iC.tlin IHEItUOME 6 ni Hie the t-veiuitg. "SaT WSW Mean Tetnpqn-âliirc, 49. t Coldest «lay this »»-inter Fine 41 W 5 non» fine ni Calm - ti ;.-. m Tine 52 NNE
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
MARKETS. A better supplied market we have not witnes- sed for manv weeks past; Grain was plentiful, WHEAT at from 5s. 3d. to 6s. 9d. ; MAIZE from 2s. to 2s. 6d. ; BARLEY, 0ATS, and RYE stationary. VEGETABLES and DAIRY PRODUCE at the late high quotations. &nbsp; &nbsp; The settlers having principally got their Wheat in the ground, are now employed in getting in their Potatoe crops.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 20th to the 27th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 20th to the 27th Instant, inclusive. Resolution (schooner), LANCY master, for Launceston, 10 baskets, 2 kegs tobacco, 5 hogs- head's, 3 pipes brandy, 22 casks, 6 cases wine, 20 chests tea, 10 hogheads ale, 6 casks blacking, 2 bags saltpetre, 2 casks mustard, 2 cases starch, 1 cask blue, 3 casks oil, 12 cans turpentine, 1 cask glass, 2 bales slops, 1 bale ironmongery, 20 bags, 10 casks nails, 1 bundle hardware, 10 tons coals, 3 casks, 1 case cheese, 65 window sills, 68 hearth stones, 26 planks cedar, 83 cedar &nbsp; boards, 20 planks pine, 8 packages household furniture, 20 bushels maize, and stores. Jane (ship), 221 tons, WATSON master, for New Zealand, fishery stores.
Sprits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
Sprits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 18th instant, B. P. rum, 25,890 gallons ; brandy, 49,537 gallons ; gin, 17,731¾ gallons ; other spirits, 7,921½ galions ; tobacco. &nbsp; 70,913 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. rum, 15,734 gallons ; other spirits, 317 gallons, Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, &nbsp; 2,952 gallons ; brandy, 1010 gallons ; gin, 304 &nbsp; gallons ; tobacco, 2,919 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 219 gallons ; brandy, 349 gallons; gin, 15¾ gallons ; tobacco, 1,465 pounds. Stock on hand 25th instant, B. P. rum, 38,452 gallons ; brandy, 48,198 gallons ; gin, 17,412 gallons ; other spirits, 8,241½ gallons ; tobacco, 66,559lbs. June 27, 1831.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 1, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 1, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies has signified His Majesty's Gracious approbation and allowance of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CONDITIONAL PARDONS granted to the under- &nbsp; mentioned Individuals ; viz.— Dated 3d September, 1829. Brown Robert, Sir Godfrey Webster, (2.) Galvin William, ditto ditto. Lackey William, ditto ditto, O'Neill Patrick, ditto ditto. Dated 25th May, 1830. Nerherny Nicholas, Daphne. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY. &nbsp;
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 27, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
Government Notice. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 27, 1831. CONVEYANCE, on Horseback, &nbsp; being required for the Public Mails, for five &nbsp; &nbsp; Months, from the 1st day of August next— From Maitland to Darlington, and back, once a week. Persons disposed to Contract to provide the same, &nbsp; are invited to transmit their offers, in Writing, to this Office, at 12 o'Clock on Tuesday , the 10th day of July next, endorsed " Tender for Conveyance of Mails." The Mail for Darlington must leave Maitland imme- &nbsp; diately after the arrival of the Post from Newcastle, &nbsp; and return to Maitland on the following day. Security will be required for the due performance of the Contract ; and the Tenders must state the names of two persons willing to enter into Bond ac- &nbsp; &nbsp; cordingly. Further particulars may be known, on application at the General Post Office, Sydney, o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
Impounding Advertisement. &nbsp; IMPOUNDED at Windsor, on the 17th of June, by GEORGE WALPOLE, one poll Cow, &nbsp; white back and belly, star on forehead, branded IP, with a brown male Calf ; on the 18th June, a red Cow, white breast, branded AN, with a heifer Calf ; on the 19th of June, a Boar, black and white, slit on the near ear, and a white Sow. If not claimed on or before the 16th of July, they will be sold at Windsor Pound, to defray expences.— 13s 6d. At Sydney, on the 26th &nbsp; of June, by BERNARD McLAUGHLIN, the following Cattle, viz :—One black Cow, with white spots on her belly and flanks, branded on the near side of the rump RT and 44 underneath , one red Cow, white back and belly, with a brown male Calf by her side, both branded co on the near side of the rump ; one Magpie Cow, with one horn, brands not legible ; one red Cow, with a male Calf by her side, branded on the off side of the rump, JS, brand on the ribs not legible. If not claimed o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
SPANIEL PUPPY LOST. SEVEN SHILLINGS REWARD. STRAYED from Mr. POTTS' Point, on Thursday last, a SPANIEL BITCH, four months &nbsp; Old, marked black and white, long ears, and brown spots above the eyes, Whoever will bring the same to T. S. T. at Mr. Pikes, Philip street, will receive the above Reward. June 2, 1831. NOTICE. THE "SOPHIA JANE," Steamer, will in future start for Newcastle, and the Green &nbsp; Hills, on Friday Evening, at 8 o'Clock, and return lo Sydney on Wednesday. It is requested that all Goods for the Hunter, may be sent to the Steam Packet Office, Campbell's Wharf, before Noon on Friday. Sydney, 4th July, 1831. LONDON TAVERN, ——o—— ALL persons are hereby Cautioned, from Cutting or carrying away any timber, or otherwise Trespassing on my Farm, formerly belong- ing to Mr. JOHN WILLIAMS, at Cook's River, in the District of Botany Bay ; and joins Mr. Cabe's Farm. A. POLACK. Sydney, 1st July, 1831. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS are hereby cautioned against trespassi...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Liverpool—Earl of Liverpool, 229 tons, Lamb, & Co. agents. 7th July ; Hobart Town—Bee, 176 tons, Edward Byers agent, 29th June ; Launceston—Waterloo, 416 tons, Lamb & Co. agents this day ; Hobart Town—Funchall, 189 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, 10th July ; New Zea- land— Admiral Gifford, 43 tons, Edward Byers agent, 2nd July.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Monday last, the cutter Emma Kemp. From Newcastle, on Sunday week, the schooner Schnapper. From Newcas- tle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane DEPARTURES. For New Zealand, on Tuesday last, the barque Jane. For Launceston, on Wednesday last, the ship Waterloo, Captain Addison. Passenger, D. Cooper, Esq. For Newcastle, on Saturday night, the steamer Sophia Jane. REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. SHIP'S—H. M. S. Comet, Eamont, Albion, Austra- lian, Nelson, Hashmy, York, Louisa, Funchal, Lucy Ann, Gambia, St. Francis Freeling, North Briton, Renown, and Eleanor. BRIGS—Mary Elizabeth, Earl of Liverpool, Bee, Guide, and Dart. SCHOONERS— &nbsp; Admiral Gifford, Schnapper, Friendship. CUTTERS —Letitia, Bingham, Pandora, and Emma Kemp.