ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Empire Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 336,163 items from Empire, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
336,163 results
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

The Primus, ketch, bring? no further news fra» Tahiti. She has been 3* day» on her passage. The Hull of theTtovep, steamer, has changed hands, and she is now in the Cove fitting up for the Hunter. Her owner intends plying her be? tween the Coal Mines and Newcastle. She will be a valuable acquisition on the River. The Prince of Wales has again made a splendid run, having been out 96 days, she reports the Blonde and Guardian, having left for Sydney 14 gays previously to her sailing, and also the Castle Edjen, with emigrants for the Canterbury Settle- ment. The Glenbervie sailed about the same time for Sydney. She had only one death on boarjî,'that of a child about three years of age, named,'Jopeph Johnson, who died from water on the brain on the 18th November, 1850. She sighted several large whales on her passage out.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

* Mr. _ Canning is reported to have said, that " there is nothing so misleading as figures, ex- cept facts." The paradox contains much truth; for, on the one hand, the science of statistics is yet in its infancy, and, on the other, the true Îirinciples of induction, i. e., of reasoning from acts, are comprehended by very few ; while, at the same time, the mere possession of such data, however incorrectly the inferences may be drawn, inspires in the reasoner a complaisant and self anfhcient spirit, and not unfrequently deludes the judgment of those who cannot discriminate. Admitting all this, it seems impossible to draw from the following statements any more than one conclusion:- -, .** In 1842, a time of severe manufacturing dis trets, the average of poor-rates in'Lancashire was Sa. 2d. a head ; in Cheshire,^'3s. lid. ; and in the West Biding of York, 4s. 3d. ; but in Bedford- shire, 7s. 7d. ; in Dorsetshire, 9s. 3d. ; in Bucks, 9s. ; in Essex, 9s. lid. ; and in Wilts, IOS. 3d." -Ba...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

Agent» for the Empire. SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS- Mr. Jofin Alexander, Jiotany-street, Redfern ; Mr. Edward Knight, Fainter, George-street South, near the Hay Market ; Mr. Samuel Weldon, comer of Bur ., detail's Terrace and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mr. Charles Janies, bookseller, Wil liani-sireet ; and Mr. J. R. Jones, George- ' street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. l DAPTO.-Mr. John M'Rae, storekeeper. . , GUNDAGAI.-Mr. II. M'. Turnbull, ditto. ! MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Urodie, Postmaster. PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Hugh Taylor. GRAFTON, CLARENCE IÍIYER.-Mr. William Pal I mer, Grafton Hotel. WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, George-street. MORETON BAY.-Mr. William Smith, North Urisbane. GoutiiiURN -Mr. David Davis, Old Commercial Store, Sloanc-strcct. GUNDAROO.-Mr. Edgar, Postmaster. *V* Agents will be appointed in all other parts of the Colony, as soon as practicable.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

DOMESTIC. PORT PHILLIP.-By Melbourne papera iTceived-per Snamrock, we leam that the Van Dietueu's Land delegates to the Auti-Tran < *|j(>t'tation Conference, arrived on the 20th instant, and were welcomed by an 'influential deputation. The. gentlemen arrived are W. P. Weston, E:>q., and the Rev. John West. The Argus of the 21st has a long article bitterly inveighing against tua Sytlnjy people lor not sending delegates to the Conference. METBOROLoaicAii.- From the Meteorological Keport, published in the Gazette of Friday last, we «-loan tho following particulars with respect to the past month, (December.) The hottest days were tho luth and 17th, (Thursday and Friday,) on the hitter of which it is reported that torn lie thunder storms, and furious hot squalls prevailed. The maximum of the register thor momoter was 84, aiid the minimum 50. The highest range of the barometer was 30:092, and the lowest 29:317 ; the one occurred on the 27th, und the other on the 31st, and...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

IMPORTS. .January 25.-Primus, .ketch, 37 toni, Captain Steele, from Tahiti, .with 2 tons arrowroot. 12 casks cocoanut oil. ' . January 26.-Louisa, brig, 182'tons, Captain Jleslop, from Adelaide: 30 tons rock salt, J. Macnamara: 189coils coir rope transhipped -from tho Hero from the Mauritius; 1 cask, fish, 1 box books transhipped from the Posthnmas, from London. ' . . .January 26-"Fanny Fisher, barque, 238 tons, Captain Harrold, from the Mauritius with 3,000 bags sugar, 10'hogsheads, 100 cases claret, Henry Fisher, January 26.-Blonde, barque, 672, Captain Soutter, from London, 220 tierces ironware, 1 boiler, 3G'cases iron, C. II. Capper; 150 cases brandy, 10 puncheons rum, 100 cases geneva, Montotfore Graham and Co. ; 24 cratos, 1 cask earthenware, 70 casks,'cement, 80 kegs whito lend, 110 casks whiting, 33 casks porter, 667 bags salt, 3-1 casks ale,' 2357 pieces deals, 5 chains, 1 caso merchandize," Gilchrist and Alex- ander ; 17Ö0 bags salt 119 oases, 87 casks, 40 cans merchandize...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

' COASTERS OUTWARDS. i January 25.-Mug-not, 17, Millhnm, for Bris- bane Water, in billiatt, «nd with sundries ; Ruth, 12," Wells, for Pitt Water, in ballnst ; Gitana, 15, Forster, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Harriet, 30, Browu, for the Richmond River, in ballast ; Highland Lnss, 23, Cooke, for Batomau's Bay, in ballast ; Tra voller, 14, Gray, for Briabano Water, in ballnst ; Clarissa, 60, Campbell, for Movvcnstle, in ballast ; Active, 40, Melville, for Morpeth, in' ballnst ; Sylph, 23, Lucy for Brisbane Water, in ballnst ; Brothers, 27, for Newcastle, ill ballast ; ' Mermaid, 22, Campbell, for Newcastle) in ballnst; I Holen, 09, Eily, for Wide Bay, with <sundries ; Janies uiiil Amelia ¡ 33, IJarinif, tor Newcastle, in j ballubt ¡ Eunuii, 29, M' 1 uti re, for tho Manning . River,with sundries; Rose, steamer, 17*VHard'** ing, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Lapping,' tyof Jftokson, for Shoalhaven, with sundries, -. >*h

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

SHXPPlira IWTEIXIOENCE. A1WUVAW, January 25'TPrimus ketch, 37 tons, Cap- tain Steel, from Tahiti the 19th December, 1850, January SO,--Blonde, barque, 6.72 tons, Captain Sautter, from the Downs the 12th October, Pas- sengers-Mrs, Soutter, Mrs. Robertson and eight children, and Mrs. Margaret Morrison, January 26.-Freak, brig, 245 tons, Captain T. B. Simpson, from Shanghai the 15th Ooctober, and Port Phillip the 15th instant. Passenger Mr. Dickenson. January 26.-Fanny Fisher, barque, 238 tons, Captain Harrojd. jfrom the,. Mauritius the 14th December. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Allsop, ebild, and servant, Mr. William-Kerr, and Mr. Courier. January 26.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, from Launceston the 15th, Melbourne the 22nd, and Twofold Bay the 25th instant. Passengers-Colonel Munday, Dr. I Shanks, Mr. Griffiths, Mr. Vox, Mr. Ryder, Miss I Ryder, Mr. J. B. Were, Mr. Briscoe, Mr. Carmi- I cbael, Miss Ibbotson, Mr. Guthridge, Mr. Patti- j son, Mr. and Airs. D. C. Simpson, f...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

9tr*oM the Wild Irish Girl, TfeJ^ &K TMP5 FAVOBITE PACKET ¿SaKK&k LOUISA, "% ß$H5mm' 18ï toM, W* Heslop, . Com This fin« vessel, for nany < yeani Icnown in the colonial trade as » f«vonriU packet» 14 ¿hourly«!* jjeoted, »nd will have1 despatch.' Jtaighb and <pas seagers will be' taken by her as low as by any vowel to Adelaide. JOHN MACNAMARA, "ISt Queen-street. ? ?..?? . . , ., For Geelong and Melbourne. To follow the Diana. PHE FINE NEW BRIG WANDERER, 200 tons burthen, Robert Montague Jackson, commander, has only room fur about 20 tons of light freight. This vessels anbin» are now being fitted up in a superior style, and passengers will be well found. , j For freight or passage apply on board, at the Flour Company's Wharf; or to | E. VL. SAYERS, , Fort Phillip Packet Office, ' 121 , 489,. Ifteprge-street, T For Xrfmâon Biroo«. To eatl^on the 10th March. /THE well-known regular trader first* »J- class frigate-built ship ST. GEORGE, «05 tons, O. ...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

' CLEARANCES. January 25.-Beaver,' schooner, 78 tons, Cap- tain Cooper, for -Moreton Bay. Passengers-Mr. Joseph Solomons, James Pascoe and wife, Eliza- beth M'Gruth, Thomas Clift, Peter Jameson. January 25.-Wanderer, schooner, 139 tons, Captain R. M. Jackson, for Geelong and Mel- bourne. Passengera-- Mrs. Scott' and threo uhildron, Mr. and Mrs. Waldera and nine chil- dren, und Mr. Phillip Oko.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 January 1851

DEPARTURES.   Jan. 25.--Cameo, U.S. brig 222 tons, Capk E. M.P.J: White, San Francisco. Passengers-J. H. H. Spencer, Esq., lady, daughter, and servant, Miss Feville and servant, Mr. Lewis Moss, Mr. Isaac Moss, Miss Christina Sutch, Miss Lucy Sutch.'Mr. W. G.-Galbraith, Mr. David Murrah4," Mr. .James Murrall, Mr. Henry Pleasant, Mr.. Thomas, Murray, Captain James Wilson; Dr. D. Gunñiug.'. Steerage-John Smith, wife and two children,;Mr', and Mrs. Parsons,,Mrs. Lazelle and two children',1 Mr. Wiliiams and three children. January 26.-.General" Hewitt, ship, 961 tons, Captain" Gatenby, for London.l Passengers-Mr. and Mis! Tom Bay, four children, and two ser- ' vanté,1 Honorable Captain Hope, Colonel Badderly, MissBadderly, Mr. Williams, Mrs. Sparke, Miss Smith," Mrs. Spencer and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Passmore, three Masters Passmore, Mr, and Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Dobson, Miss.Dobson, James Arbrott, Patrick. Cummins. ,, -,.lt , ,,, January 26.-William ¡indiMary, barque, 53...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSAULT BY A SEA CAPTAIN. — EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURES. (From the News of the World, October 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

, 'Ki JIKJIJ J.'* i.i \' Lu ' ASSAULT , oBY> /A SEA CAPTAIN. i 'EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURES. (FroüUhtNéivs of ike World, October 20,) AT the Thames Police Court, on Wednes- day, Captain Robert Pride, master of the ship Governor M'Donald, appeared to an assault: summons, issued by one;of ; his ,crew, named. David Isbasta. -- Complainant stated that whilst the vessel was at i Cameroon, off the coast of Africa, Farmer, the'mate, accused him of stealing some spirits', on; which the captain handed him anä(anÖther7man, named Bainbridge, who was' Charged'With a similar, offence, over to 'King'';1 Bell/' "the savage monarch of the island ; and they were chained to a tree for three weeks, suffering all kinds of privations and indignities. Bainbridge sickened, and snnk under the treatment ; but witness, being of a more robust constitution, survived. He saw King Bell every day, and hts Majesty promised to interfere in Iii» be- half f but knowing bim to be » man-eater, witness did not place mu...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W. P. Weston, Esq., then read the following reply — STEAMER SHAMROCK. Queen's Wharf, Melbourne. January 20th, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

W. P.. Weston, Esq., then read the following! V i STÉAMKR SHAMROCK. ; Queen's1 Wharf, Melbourne, /?.'o»uri January 20th, 1851. : VjThej0coifdia^ with which you ha->e^bn^u)«d^ III is in the highest degrèe gratifying;1;It* ivas what we were led to ex- pect from ^'the: hospitality and public spirit for which'-thin province has been so ofcen distinguished. .' Thu welcome which we have just heard we attribute in part to.your friendly sympathy with V. D. Land, but more es- pecially to the strong convictions you enter- tain that the cause we appear here to plead j is a high and a holy one. ' " \ You have witnessed the unexampled op- pression of V. D. Land. You have seen the miserable effects of its degradation. You' have seen the fatal proof that the Royal promise of her Majesty is no longer safe in the keeping of her servants.. Gentlemen, you can confer no greater honor on the province that bears the name of Victoria than by initiating measures wh ch may assure the Australian world tha...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Office. Monday, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

'"íPolice Office. y,¡'M<$dityÍ*January 27. Before the:Mäyo¥?arid ^ Samuéli!I%es¿ a*resident in Caatlereagh ' street, was brb'uglít''before their whrships, charged with; inhumanly beating his wife on ! the evening ofr;Saturday last, The prisoner had been dealt with by the Bench on a former, occasion for refusing to support his family. In the present instance, as no further plea than inebriety was offered, he was hound to keen the peace for twelve months-self in ¿£20 and two sureties in i?10 each-in default to be imprisoned for tine month. ' VIOLENCE.-John Murphy, a stalwart fel- low of gigantic dimensious, was remanded till this morning on a charge of assault .with intent to commit a rape. Bail was applied for and refused. BARNEY GOYLE*-A youth, apparently about lß years of age, was placed in the dock upon an .alleged offence of violence with in- tent &c. This case, like the above, is set down for hearing in the private room, at ll A M., this morning. rTbo remainde...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRTEENTH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

THIRTEENTH, MATCH, n ; For Gig and Dingy ; prize £3. , , ; t v v, Dingy-Frog Lee "/'.]_ _ V , ^Gjg-Native Thompson. *';> ¡:Z~t All ín favor of the Frog.. : : h; . _ Thus "closed the sports bf the Sixty-third . Ah,^; niversary of ..the colony of New South Wale's,jto, which further allusion will probably be made nero after.:;'"'-^ ~;!': : ; ^.«tf

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

, ,The;Prince8s Boyal t arrived at Adelaide on the I5th. instant. ;.. The Countess . Yarborough, hence, arrived at Adelaide on the 12th instant. -The Freak was detained'four days at the Port' Phillip Heads, by heavy S.W. gales. ' She did not speak, any vessels[ connected.,,with- the. colonies. She sighted a.brig, supposed to be the Christina off Cape Schank,, on the 19th instant.' Captain Simpson has brought several very rare and curious -plant» from.Shaughai., -, The Blonde has been 103 days on, her.passage. She reports having spoken the barque' Beiley, for Adelaide 21st November,¡lat^íOv-lfísouthj'29-' 10' west. - Quito, for Hqng:Kong^Captei»Ii> Golding,. long.,42.east,jat.,:40;.2^ tenxber. The TadmocfcufriSiJ^ nOrtbí long. .18; west... 'to.'áo»¿o'odi lh¿ u<¿ * The Patagonia» was »td ancJior^iii^WAt^iUs ;Bày. ¿The Diana bad gone outaijid retnr}i«.d-tO]pörti:.. {. The'American;.rwhaler '; Char le?. Dreyif¿firta«.;lost j wiUi.*&500:^ bojftt&^ay ing.; m*...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWELETH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

'.- L'.jpóy tbfrtww feetV«f|{':fiß'a.f ^ÖHMÖIV I ^ -.u- wat* . -Qwn'ep~ ^-Wfrod t*fç , Wt* .. . ^^ophewon^-i'fTy/s Ane(ent ... HUtcWnioft, ,'.. FofghfV-Balloigh t Cameron. . C ' ' Sarah Smith * ,:-:;-;ÍÍ - .

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

DEPARTURE; WtiJÄ' ' . january 27.-J?a^g¿mia. jbr¿g,^33^ ^ns,,(Çap> t¡ún Sims, for ManiHa. Passengers-Maria Matul.. . .T"" " ~

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

Abstract of Auotloa Sales. .THIS DAY.. - MR. G. A. LLOYD, at Botts1 Wharf, at 12 o'clock tho Cargo of the brig "Moa," consisting of Humpback Oil, Whalebone,' Wool Lashing", and Flax. MR. S. LYONS, at his mart Charlotte-place, at 1.1 o'clock, Steam Flour, Tallow, Ship Biscuit, Mill and Land at Illawarra, near Kiama, at 12 o'clcok, at Campbell's Wharf, Balbec Deals ; after, ab Miller's Point, Deals. MR. J. G. COHEN, at tho Stores of Mr. John Solo- mon, Queen's-place, at 11 o'clock, Printing Pa- per, Printing Cards, .Card and Paste-board, Post and Foolscap Paper, Spelliug Books, Murray's Grammar, Toy Books, Printing Type, Brown Paper, Steel¡;Pens,iBottling Wax, Salad Oil, Pickles, Fixtures, Gas. Fittings, Sperm Candles, <fco. ' . ... MR. C. NEWTON,-'.at' his Rooms, at ll o'clock, Hair, -Sheathing Copper, -Furniture, Filters, Pipes, Marble Chimney Pieces, Damaged Sad- dlery, Cut Decanters,.Oilmen's Stores, Ivory handle Knives, German Silver Spoons, Scissors, Pen Knives, Combs...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

IMPORTS^ january. ! 27.^Pórtuhio, ^203 V'fons,1 ' Captain Hasty, from Oahu : ' 100 barrels'- oil, 'saved: from' thô wrèèk-'of .the'American barque,.Charles Drew, of New Bedford. .Jamiary .27.7-Sir .John Byng, brig, J69 tons, Captain'Thom,'from Launceston : 1020 bags cop per ore, 33q;bags" 'flour,128 ? hags wheat, f '-cases furniture, 37 cases 'Gertevá, .5 casks varnish, 1 machine, 5 .casks claret, 5 cases slops, 1 case ap- parel, 33 tons hark. . January 27.-Cape .Horn,: ; barque,. Captain Woods,, from. Launceston ; 14| hogsheads and . 5 puncheons, rum, 382 ; bags flour, . 2000 bushels wheat, 15 tons bark, 1 case sundries.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

_ BiJRGLARY--t:About half-past nine ;Pn Sunday j»igh^|iflhoüa;e of Mrs. McCormack, at Botany,.was.enWed by the back window, which Wai'" iéftr open, and a work box and ; writing desk were abstrcted, containing snu ? dry papers and letters, a promissory note for £25, and a cheque, for £7 lOs.bothin favor of Mrs. Hallett, £7 in one pound notes, and four half-crowns, amounting altogether to £-i0.. ! The work box was lying on the bedroom table, close to'the window', and thethievés . 'must i have taken the advantage of a tempoary ab- sence of the ihmatés to commit the robbery through the window. The work' box land writing desk were'found yesterday morning a short distance from the house by a Mrs. ; Morgan, but no trace has as yet been disco vered, of the robbers. - The whole of the pro ? perty belonged,^ it is said, to Mrs. Hallett. j

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x