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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

For LIVERPOOL Direct. THE Fine A. 1. Brig, EARL OF LIVERPOOL, ßurthen 250 Tons, T. B. Manning, Commander, to Sail on the 7th July, Her Accommo- dations are excellent, and she will cany an experienced     Surgeon. For freight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. JOHN MACLAREN & CO. For LONDON Direct, To sail on the 15th July,   THE Fine A. 1, British-built Ship, EAMONT, 278 Tons Register. James Walmesley, Commander, has excellent Accommodations, and will carry an experienced surgeon. For Fieight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. Sydney, 7th May, 1831. For LAUNCESTON. THE schooner FRIENDSHIP, Has- tings. Master, intended as a constant Trader be-   tween this port and Launceston during the winter. For freight or passage apply to CAMPBELL & CO. Campbell's Wharf, 20th May, 1831. For SURABAYA.   THE First-class Ship NORTH BRI- TON, 402 Tons Register, Gvoige Morrison Com- mander,...

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Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

'»«_^ Australian Price Currant.. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling ) Prices. Ale, I'.nglMi--Hhd.4/, ii 6/ do. doz. ICf.iU» Colonial-Him CO ii 8 i do. do/.. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -lllul. 41. a 61 do gal. 4> ti & Colonial-lllul. 45 a 55 do. Kal 2 a 0 Ki'cuit.peí cut. H a 1(> lllankeis, Col.p, pr. lo a :J0 Blue.Ih. 2 a W l>ii'iid,Slh.io,u,3{i( a Osíil Huiler, ln-h....l«9 a 2 n sail.1 oui 6 Cun_le»,Mlds.lb o 9 a 0 00 Dips... o j a 0 6 Cat Hi"- niillocksea.l5j.t60i Winking do. 60 a 8" Cows .. . ,, 3o a 40 do. m Milk " 40 a bu Calves,....,, 6 n ti Sheep ... ,, 4 a à PiiS." 7 a lo do. loe.siing, 4 ii Oí Cheese, Eng. Ib. i «gd n Osüd Col. " 0; u 0 9 Cloth,l'ai i amalla per yuril.l8 a 0 0 Do. Iii nail do. 3 4 » 0 (1 Coffiegrmi. Ih. 1 fi a 0 0 Legs, peí do/. 2 0 a U 0 Fl.i\, NuwZea. ton, 18/ ii 20/ I-loui, HiOIbs hue 2nds B.nker.ISsOil-I5i0.i Cooper.Ill» -I I 0 DnliugMiil.U 6 - il b D.xoii,.lo 0 -] i il Onuul, ....17 0 -14 IL Hull,.IH 0 -15 0 rruii,')? unges peí doz. o y ...

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Government Order. (No. 18.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 29, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

Government Order. (No. 18.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney,   June 29, 1831.       THE great expense to which the Go- vernment is subjected, by the maintenance and     treatment of the asssigned Servants of Settlers, when       sent into Colonial Hospitals, having been brought   under its notice ; and the intention of the Government   having also been called to the expense to which His Majesty's Treasury has been subjected in keeping up an extensive Constabulary, a great portion of whose   time has been employed in conducting the Servants   of Settlers fromSydney to their Masters in the inte-     rior, and taking others back, who, from misconduct, or from other circumstances, are returned to the Go- vernment ; the following regulations have been laid down in these cases respectively ; v...

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD.         Gentlemen,—As the Editor of the " Sydney Gazette"   has certified for the " scientific knowledge" of his   correspondent Hip, (and every one knows how far he   is qualified to grant such certificates), he may not be   disposed to give publicity to any remarks which may show that both he and his correspondent are abundantly ignorant of the subject., on which the one treats, and the other trumpets. I therefore solicit you to insert this in your widely circulated paper,     where it will equally meet the eye of Hip and the public besides ; the subject has been already ably dis-   cussed in your columns.     Hip's idea that the sap of the vine is " borne with violence and rapidity towards the delicate parts of the cluster, does not give the germs time to absorb it, but drives them off as i...

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Dumestic Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

Domestic Intelligence. A private letter from London, states that Dr. Lang was to have left that place on his way to this Colony in May last.—Twenty-four priso- ners were received into the Sydney gaol on Mon- day last from Newcastle to take their trials for various offences. There is a native black who is to take his trial for murder.—The farms of   the unfortunate men O'Brien 40 acres ; O'Hara,   60 acres ; and Cantwell, 30 acres, who were   tried for receiving stolen property from Walms- ley and Webber, were to be sold on the 2d July, in Parramatta. The fall of these men should be a warning to all classes to prefer independence by hard industry to that required by ill gotten wealth.—MR. CAMPBELL'S STOCK.—At the sale of the 24th and 25th ultimo, 800 head of cattle were sold, which averaged young and old, upwards of 30s. each, which is a very considerable advance on former sales of a similar description, and indicates that the prices of this stock are fast-improving. The...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 20th to the 27th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 20th to the 27th In- stant, inclusive. June 24.—Madeira Packet (schooner), 108     tons, HALL master, from New Zealand, EDWARD   BYERS agent, 104 seal skins, 15 tons flax, Tho- mas Street. 25.—Renown (ship), 310 tons, HENDERSON   master,from London via Hobart Town, DAWES, üORE, & CO. agents ; 2 cases snuff,, F. Watkins, 7 cases glass, 3 cases hats, 4 cases stays, and caps, 1 case cottons, 2 cases slops, J. B. Monte- fiore & Co ; 14 casks rum, 16 cases wine, 11 crates earthenware, I case prints, 1 case car-     peting, 2 cases floor cloth, 2 cases weighing ma- chines, John Betts, 1 case stationery, 1 cask apothecary, J. Eiskine ; I case haberdashery, R. Uther ; 20 bundles spades, 1 case hardware and saddlery, 1 case swords, George Bunn ; 1 case, 1 cask ironmo...

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Law Intelligence. Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

Law Intelligence. Supreme Court. Saturday, June 25.—The three Judges having taken their seats, Mr. J. W. Wright observed, that a rule of Court had been served upon him, to show cause why his admission as an Attorney, &c, granted last Satur- day, should not be cancelled, on the ground of irre- gularity, and non-compliance with the Rules of Court; Mr. W. was surprised at such a prooceeding ; on the last sitting of the Court in banco he had been duly ad- mitted, and he was not aware that he had committed fraud or other offence, by which he could be struck off the roll ; he was aware that he had not complied with the Rules of Court, relative to the admission of Attornies, but his short sojourn in the Colony would plead as an excuse ; but he understood he could have insisted upon admission under the Charter ; and he further understood, that among the Rules of Court, there was one by which the Court could dispense with its own rule ; the whole proceeding he considered one of great...

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An Extract from the Journal of Mr. Hamilton Hume, written on a Tour through the interior to Bass' Straits, in the Year 1824. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

An Extract from the Journal of Mr. Hamilton Hume, written on a Tour through the in- terior to Bass' Straits, in the Year 1824. " On the third of October, 1823, at the request of His Excellency, Mr Thomas Brisbane, Mr. W. H. Hovell, and myself set out from the County of Cumberland, taking six servants, two carts, drawn by five bullocks, and four horses, and a supply of provisions for sixteen weeks. Our instructions were to penetrate through the inte- rior, to Bass' Straits. On the 21st we arrived at, and crossed the Murrumbidgee, ( a river so called by the natives,) about 50 miles to the westward of Lake George. ( From the size of the Murrumbidgee, it was our opinion, that Mr. Oxley was under a mistake in supposing it to be the river Lachlan. The banks of the Murrumbidgee are in general high about this part, and composed chiefly of limestone and granite, the former containing numerous petrefactions. The open- ings of several caverns were also observed.) Our course was now to the SW u...

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Police Encidents'. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

Police Incidents. Wednesday, June 29.—Peter Flannigan was fully committed to take his trial for having embezzled a load of wheat, a cart, and a bullock, the property of Richard Kenny. Sarah Conway and Ann Holloway, both old enough to have known better, were charged with being picked up in the centre of George-street the previovs evening, stupified with strong potations, Two hours lounge in the stocks. Thursday, June 30.—Jerry Mahony and Anthony Cloarty were handed to the bar ; two soldiers of the 39th regt, deposed to finding them so near to some stolen property, and under such suspicious circum- stances, that both were committed to take their trials for a robbery in the shop of a dealer in George-street. Friday, July 1.—Ann Williams, a lady of the pave, appealed on summons to answer for harbouring Ed- ward Shannon, a prisoner of the crown, Ann pleaded guilty, but in her defence stated, that she had been yo a wake in O'Connell-street, and had taken Shannon to see her home safe to he...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

MARRIED.—Ou Saturday, the 2nd inst., by Special Licence, at St. James's Church, by the Reverend Richard Hill, William Hampden Dutton, Esq., to Charlotte de Silva, eldest daughter of the late gal-   lant and meritorious officer, Colonel Cameron, of       the 3rd regiment or Bulls. Same day, at St. James's Church, by the Reverend   Richard Hill, Peter Ogilvie, Esq. Assistant Surveyor, to Isabella, daughter of the late John Campbell, Esq., of Bungarabee. DEATH.—On Thursday morning last, at her residence.   Kent-street, Sydney, Mary, the wife of William Foreman.   Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS,   AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY,   NEW SOUTH WALES.

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JULY 4th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 July 1831

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JULY 4th, 1831. ——o—— "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." No official accounts have been pub- lished since our last, regarding the mo- mentous dispatches transmitted from the Home to the Colonial Government ; we are therefore unable, at present, to say how far the various rumours in circula- tion, respecting the great reductions of salaries, and offices, may be correct. This subject has been the sole topic of conversation during the week ; and has given a variety to the usual mono- tony of colonial politics. Information is looked for with great anxiety by the next ship, to confirm or disprove the present rumours. In the mean time, we can af- firm, that there never has been in our short sojourn in the Country, so unex- pected, and so tremendous an explosion of abuses, as has been witnessed during the past week. The Colony and some indi- viduals will have reason to remember the encroachment made on that slumber- ing security, that set at defiance every me...

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. July Il I M Calendar. SUN High Tide. rliO, I tell I n}t>rn I even' 7 5 Ujj 100 IO 20 12 T Ki abiini- d. I.'i.iii. tal. ol' Angln tin, 1G01. 7 4 4 5G 10 35 10 48 13 | W | Peace m Utiiclit, I? 13 | 7 4 | 4 5!) | I ! II | II 27 Piei.cli Busltle ile sliojed. I7HÜ. l-l T 7 3 457 11 45 15 F 17 I S Fi ist Su illnii. Julin lluiUet I». 1728. 7 3 4 57 0 10 | -II .1. Hi-\ noUls h. 172.1. | 7 *.' I 4 Ó» | I (j | I 33 I 71I1ÖUH alter li nitty. o I a MI I o o I ° °R I Dr. Watt b. 1G74. |7 K J'» .'» | s 0| -.8 quarter 17th day, 8 nun. past 4 in Hie morning.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

Weekly Meteorological Table, The WEATHER, and Variation.} of the TlIDltMOME I'ER, during the past Week, in Sydne>, at (j i" tue mot nmg, at noon, and at 6 (»'Clock tu the evening. Tues. | Weil. G II. m. Pine 42 W 12 noon Fine 55 Calm -o o p. m. ; me 54 li G a. in. Pine 4? W -o - 12»oo?¡ Pine 51 \V b p. in. Cloudy 51 Calm Mean 'I Tlinr>, G a. in. Wild 41) SW lu noon. Wann 59 Sli f) p. A. Clouds 51 ' ESE iFiidaj 6 a. in, Fine 50 W -o 12 noon Cloud} GO ESE fi p. m Wild 5ó SE S.u. G a. m Fine 40 W -o 12 noon Wat ni 6J Calm -o t> p. m. Pine - 57 N empetature, .Vi.

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

MARKETS. There was a plentiful supply of grain offered for sale this morning at the late prices. A quan- tity of WHEAT was from Argyle of excellent quality ; and in general the samples of this arti- cle were superior to any brought lately to market. DAIRY PRODUCE was more scanty than usual, and stationery. VEGETABLES were abundant, and of a good quality. Of HAY and STRAW there was an unusually large supply without affecting the price. A few head of lean cattle were exhibited in the cattle market, but could not obtain pur- chasers.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 1, 1831. TICKETS OF LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 1, 1831.     TICKETS OF LEAVE. I MANY complaints having been made of the delay that takes place in answering     applications for Tickets of Leave, His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that the Lists of Applicants may be sent in three months earlier than was allowed by the Government Order of 1st January,     1627, No. 1, so as to admit of their being fully ex- amined, and the Indulgence punctually granted to such Persons as may be found eligible. At the same time, it is proper to point out, that much of the delay complained of has been occasioned partly by the non-communication of the replies trans-   mitted to the Magistrates, and partly by the recom-   mendation of Prisoners who had been recently punished, or were otherwise disqualified. It appears, from a Return recently prepared, that one-fourth of...

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INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

INWARDS. Nancy, 10 tons, Corbeys, Hawkesbury, maize ; Bee, 14 tons, Dunnigan, Illawarra, sundries ; Sophia Jane, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries ; Linnet, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Wa-     ter, sundries ; Young Star, 12 tons, Moftatt, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Caledonia, 2S tons, Griffin, Newcastle, coals ; Maid of the Mill, 14   tons, Mosman, Newcastle, sundries ; Gintron, 13 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, wheat ; Hope, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals ; Monitor, 20 tons, Ive, Newcastle, coals ; Lambton, 62 tons,   Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries.  

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 25th instant, Ii. P. mm, 38,li2 gallons, blind), 48,198 gallons, gin, 17,112 gallons, othei spit its, 0,241 j gallons, tobacco, (iG,559lbs. Received dining the week, tobacco 372 pounds Deliveied foi home consumption, B. P. ruin, 4,122 gallons, blandy, Gol gillons , gin, tj20¿ | gallons , othei spuits, 2\ gallons , tobacco, 2,79'J I pounds. j Delivered foi expottation, brand), 903 gal- lons, othei spirits, 077 «allons Stink on hand 2nd instant, li. P. rum, 34,030 gallons, brand), 10,011 gallons; gin, 16,791.i gallons , othet spirits, 7,002^ gallons , tobacco, 04,132 pounds. July 4, 1831.

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Coastwise, from the 27th ult, to the 4th Instant, inclusive. OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

Coastwise, from the 27th ult. to the 4th instant, inclusive. OUTWARDS. Experiment, 65 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sun- dries ; Snapper, 51 tons, Liddell, Newcastle, ballast, Brisbane, 18 lons, Mason, Nolla Dolla, flour and sugar , Phoenix, 10 tons, Booth, Hawkesbury, ballast ; Rover, 10 tons, Gray, Newcastle, ballast ; Bee, 11 tons, Dunnegan, Illawarra, sundries ; Nancy, 10 tons Corbeys, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Emma Kemp, 37 tons, Skelton, Newcastle, ballast ; Sally, 17 tons, Steele, Illawarra, sundries ; Lord Liverpool, 70 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries ; Sophia Jane,   156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries ; Shamrock, 23 tons, Williams, Newcastle, bal- last ; Red Rover, 12 tons, Duncan, Newcastle, ballast ; Linnet, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Wa- ter, flour.

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Government Order. (No. 19) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 29, 1831, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

Government Order. (No. 19.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 29, 1831, IN order to lessen the number of Pub- lic Documents as much as practicable. His Ex-   cellency the Governor directs that the Requisitions for articles required by the several branches of each Department shall in future be made out in original       only, and transmitted to the Head of the Department on the 20th each Month. The Head ot the Department will then cause a Ge- neral Requisition, comprising the whole of the arti- cles required, and specifying separately those for each Branch, to be prepared in duplicate, and submitted as usual on the last day of the Month. Should Stores be required for any particular Service, which could not be foreseen at the time of making up the General Requisition, they are to be immediately     applied for by Supplementary Requisitions, prepared in the manner detailed above. But the Heads of De- ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 July 1831

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters must be post paid ; persons persisting in sending unpaid letters, will be charged with the same in their account. We have received several communications, at various times, under feigned signatures, which has prevented their insertion ; we beg to in- form our correspondents, that we cannot at- tend to anonymous writers, fearful of error ; but, at the same time, assure them, the trans- mission of their names, being for our security, and to authenticate the facts recorded, shall be a profound secret. The sensible letter of " A True Briton," shall be inserted in our next. " Vaccinator" in our next.

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