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Colonial Statistics. SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

*SOUTH AFRICA. IN our last number we.promised to publish cer-":,.,: tain documents. in this week's paper, which wouild : 'throw considerable light 'on the cause and origin ?o of the recent' most calamitous irruption of thiie-: ,warlike nation' of the Caffres, into the flouriishing. settlement of Albany, on the north-eastern fron tier of the neighbouring colony of thie Capeo . "Good Hope. For this purpose we shall refer fo a work published in London, in t1i year. 1830, ." by .Saxe Bannister, Esq., late Attorney-Gener1il:'4r of New- South Wales, a man of whose' benev . lef~ce of disposition there was: no question, during ,:. his short residence in this colony, although 3 it.. wa's generally allowed that 'si' gudgment and: dfs'credioi "were.'fott iinfrequently at fault. Th ??a work we, allude : to is entitled Humane Policy; or Justice to the Aborigines of New Settlements essential to a due Expenditure of British Money, and to the best Interests of the Settlers: With •Suggestions how to...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, April 4th, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

TO TIHE EDITOR OF TIlE COLONIST. Sydney, April 4th, 1835. SrR,---Having received instructions from Mr. E. O'Shaughnessy, of The Sydney Gazette, to com'?.ence proceedings; in the Supreme Court .against the author of. the leading article in Thurs day's Colonist, or in default of ascertaining the author to proceed against you as proprietor and publisher-I beg to call upon you for the author of the article referred to. In the .event of your complying with this demand, and ftAishing me with sufficient legal evidence to substantiate the authorship, I shall feel justified in foregoing any proceedings against. yourself; but should you de cline doing so, my instructions will require me to take the necessary steps to obtain a criminal in formation on the earliest occasion. At the same time that I am under the necessity of' thus addressing you, no legal steps shall be taken for a few days, to allow an opportunity for an arrangement of the matter, if practicable, without carrying it into a Cour...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

EXPO1UTS. Beef, per tierce ..........':...... 4' 4 0 4.. 4 o 18 ? Pork, per lb......:....... .... . 0 0 4 .... ?0 ? Flour, per 100 pounds.".....,.... 10' b .b 0 1. , Soap per lb. ...........:......0.. O Q0 8 4;8'Q Candles ;, ..................... 0 ;0 5 .* Wool, ",........." .ý. ... 0 10 * . Timber-Blue Gum, per load . ..`. 2 15. 0 ., @d,, Cedar, per foot ......... ...... 0 I 00: . Treenalls, per thousand ..........1 15 0,.2: 0S 0 :(: .'ides; salted, per lb. 0............ 0 . 9 'o; Oil-Sperm-whale, per tan... 5:""2 0,0. O0 " ' " .::: O ' Black ' K ,, r :.:.1 ' '14 '. ,. .:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

ORIGINAL BIRMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD IRONMONGERYI- , OIL AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE, No. 68, GEORGE STREET, (FORMERLY MACDONALD'S). m . .' ,a - -N returningthanks 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, Utida ?.ited, Wi S ane-;,'t ofhis first quarter's supplies for the year, to which, he invites attention, `..T? wi1 ' o: "descend to the hacknied mode of advertising prices, but he would assure his friends of his deterination, to. sell as cheap as any house in the' Colony. .,It is almst nii"eCssar to point out, that in extent, and general assortmenlt, his stock affords faeility to Purchasers, far greater than any other in New Sout'ales; and as the who. the~?. hebeen pircbaed~in England with particular. care, and strictly to his order, their quality may be relied on. . S.e Spirei? and Shp, will now bepa fouarend ly to contain every article o taste and utilityre and the newly arrived ...

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Domestic Intelligence. COLONIAL PRESS-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

S COLONIAL PRESS-WORK. STxiE Editors of The Herald, who, it is Wvell " known, are no. scholars themselves, having, en :gaged their humble servant, Mr. Conservative No. :man-at-all, to act as their literary lelot, and to supply them with leading articles and other Sreadable, or rather saleable, matter for their paper during the present quarter, the said man of business accordingly commenced his labours last Thursday, by supplying his employers with two fragments, containing a mean and dastardly at tack on the Governor, the three Judges, and the .ite Reforming Ministry of Great Britain. Our readers are aware we are not in the habit of making the remai'ks of our contemporaries on any subject whatsoever mere pegs to hang our own ~tticleb upon; but the attack we refer to is so barefaced and cowardly, and so utterly,unmerited, t that we shall most willingly forego our usual I practice in that respect for once, . to give the J Helot a little salutary castigation, to teach him t better bree...

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English Extracts. DINNER TO SIR GEORGE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

DINNER TO SIR GEORGE: MURRAY. THE public dinner given at Perth to the Member of that County, ,Sir George Murray, took place on 'ri day, in the County Hall, at which about 700 gen tlemen were present.-After the usual loyal and .patriotic -toasts, the 'Chairman (Lord Stormont), after a suitable eulogium, proposed the health of the Right Hon. Sir George Murray,'-Member for the County. Sir George Murray rose to return thanks, when the cheering was renewed with double enthusiasm; after it had subsided, -he spoke nearly as.follows: * . My Lord and Gentlemen, IPrise to offer my most humble hanluks for the great honour you have bestowed upon me, .and I feel the exertion I am called upon to make, rendered still more difficult from the more than due share of com mendation with which my noble friend, the chairman, has introduced my health, apd the manner in whii~h the toast has bpen received. I never in my life stood up to address any. assembly with such 'stiong and sincere feelings of respect...

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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. [THIRD NOTICE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

REVIEW. Observations on .the Use and Abuse of the Sacred Scriptures, as exhibited in the . Discipline and Practice of the, Protestant and Catholic Com munions.. ,By. the Rev.. W. B. Ullathorne, V.. G. , [THIRD NOTICE.] IN making up our last number for the'press, the printer was obliged, (in consequence of the re insertion of the 'catalogue of the late Rev. W. Pinkerton's Library;). to leave out the whole of the following' article, which we had prepared for last week's paper. We therefore take up the subject where we left it, at the close of the frag ment published in last week's number. In pages' 8' and 9, 'Mr. Ullhithorne quotes several passages from the Douay, or Roman' Ca-' tholic, version of the New Testament, to prove that Christ did not command the people to read the Scriptures, but to hear and obey his ministers. True, Christ did give such a command ; He that hears you hears me: 'cach all nations: Preach the Gospel to every creature : He who wdll not hear the Church, let him ...

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Colonial Politics. THE COLONIAL POST. IN the first number of this journal, we made the following declaration in regard to our political principles.— [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

. THE :COLONIAL POST. IN the first number of this journal, we made the following., declaration in. regard to our : .political principles.- . : -:The political principles of THE COLONIST will exhi ibit themselves in the meting out of impartial: juiistice both to the government and the. public. x sIt':will assume the measures of government to be :right till they are proved to be wrongl; and when • in. ay instance they are so proved to the satisl :ftioir .of intelligent ard' caiidid me1-Zas it is clearly, the interest as well as theduty. of every. ?governmeiit to conisult the, real welfare of .the ,;public--it will endeavour to correct and improve, t'hroigh the. exhibition and inculcation: of right principles, rather' than to.irritate, as. ha? too fre-' ,q.uently been the practice in certain quarters in ":::c?lony, by abuse and scurrility. : .:In ;our.present niumber ,it is our intention ,,to adt upon these principles in the.reiarks '-we: propose, to make- on; an 'institution- or estab...

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Original Correspondence. A FEW WORDS ON SWEARING. INTENDED FOR THE ESPECIAL PERUSAL OF THE INHABITANTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

°O tginaI eorvev ponbeute. A FEW WORDS ON SWEARING. INTENDED FOR THE ESPECIAL, PERUSAL OrF THE INHABITANTS OP NEW SOUTH WALES.. ,Sir Toby. And, as thou drawest thy weapon, swear horribly, for it comes to pass oft, that a terrible oath with a swaggering accent sharply twanged off; gives manhood more approbation than ever truth itself would have earned him. Away ! Sir Andrew. Nay, let me alone for swearing. Twelfth Night. THE prominent feature which a stranger remarks on his first arrival in this country, or the sister colony, is the awful prevalence of the vice of swearing. Perhaps there is no country, not even the United States of America, where the com mand, " Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain," is more fearfully pro faned, or set at open defiance than in New South Wales. We write the assertion with sorrow, but without any fear of contradiction, that all classes (with the exception of the clergy, whom we can not certainly comprehend) are dreadfully ad dicted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

0o bere ntenut 0iette. * On Wednesday the 6th. day of May, next; at Two o'clock, P.nM.-a Public Sale of the following por tions of Land and Town Allotments will be held, ' TEAR.T EATSES, - COMMENCING 1sT JULY NEXT. Argyle.-4 Lots. measuring 3,960 Acres, applied for by Henry Harveyj; 3 Lots measuring 1,920 Acres, applied for by - Montgomery;. 3 Lots measuring 1,920 Acres, applied for by - Connor. Bathurst.-3 Lots measuring 3,680 Acres, applied for by James Crispe. Brisbane.-7 Lots measuring 6,360 Acres, applied for by Richard Alcorni; 3 Lots measuring 2,620 Acres, applied for by Peter M'Intyre. Durham.-1 Lot measuring 1,240 Acres, applied for by George Blaxland; 3 Lots measuring 3,540 Acres, applied for by A. S. Wightman. -Georgcana.-5 Lots measuring 3,700 Acres, ap plied for by W. A. Steel. King.-3 Lots measuring.2,740 Acres, applied for by William Gibbs; 10 Lots measuring 10,010 Acres, applied for by Alexander Kinghorne, senior. NIorthumberland.-1 Lot, measuring 640 Acres, applied ...

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Select Poetry. VISIT OF HOPE TO SYDNEY COVE, NEAR BOTANY BAY. [The following spirited lines, by the author of the Botanic Garden, are prefixed to the interesting account of Governor Philip's Voyage to New South Wales, and of the Original Establishment of this Colony, published in quarto by the famous bookseller Stockdale, London, 1790, a copy of which is to be found in the Library of the Australian College, Sydney. The prophecy has been most remarkably fulfilled, almost in every particular, and doubtless much sooner than the writer could have anticipated. It cannot fail to be generally interesting to our readers.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

,etect :|3oetr . VISIT: OF HOPE' TO SYDNEY COVE, NEAR BOTANY BAY. ' BY DR. DARWIN ? [The following spirited lines, by the author of.the Botanic Garden, are prefixed to the interesting account 6f 'Go vernor Phillip's Voyage to New South Wales, and of the Original Establishment of this Colony, published in quarto by the famous bookseller Stockdale, London, 17090, a copy of which is to he found in the Library of the Aus tralian College, Sydney. The' prophecy has been most remarkably fulfilled, almost in every particular,. and doubtless much sooner than the writer could have antici pated. It cannot fail to be generally interesting to our readers.] WhERE Sydney Cove her lucid bosom swells,,. Courts her young navies, and the storm repels.; Iligh on a rock, amid the troubled air,. Hope stood stblime, and waved her golden hair; Calm'd with her rosy smile the tossing deep,: And with sweet accents charm'd the winds to sleep; To each wild plain she stretch'd her snowy hand, High-waving wood, a...

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GRAND CORROBORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 9 April 1835

GRAND CORROBORY.   A corrobory of the black natives of the terri-   tory was held a few weeks ago, on the verdant banks of the Nepean River, on a scale of extent and magnificence never before witnessed in the colony.. Chiefs and their jins were in attendance from all parts of the territory; .and had a great quantity of rain not fallen the day previous, the assemblage would have been much more nu- merous than it actually was. As it was, the   native fires in front of the temporary gunyahs along the champaign country gave a brilliant   appearance to the scene; and as a flood of light was ever and anon poured on the dark forests of the Blue Mountains, that rose in primeval grandeur immediately behind the encampment, the tout ensemble was indescribably sublime, and led us irresistibly to contrast the soul-inspiring sublimity of nature with the petty pursuits and the insignificance of man. After a plentiful   repast, at whi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

TO COR."EAPONDENTS. .C's paper rhas -been!' received; but we have not been able to read it .yet. We .are' afraid K's poem .is rather. too lengthy for our, paper. Some. of the lines are ver9 spirited others. are by ,no means :above far. "-The "rsligior' of the closing. stanzas: is -a species of sentimentalisnt which, we cpnu fess, we' 4dnot mitch like. We'shall read it agdin.: We beg tlhe aiUthor of the Fable will excuse us for. not iin sertiig, it. L'It would nol'look well from us in to-day's number especially. Our Temperance Friend will be attended to.

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Religious Intelligence. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

..wieaes r_' ,.. . THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.?. [BY THE CELEBRATED .JOHN, FOSTER,] TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONIc?,$: S&r,-As a quiet observer of the agitation .tol : public mind'dii .the. sbject of the' Established Clish i'ur and, in' .respect especially. to the" predicted .co ', .sequences. of its supposed downfal, I .hear arid seed ' confidenlt utterance, of ndtions acdd:prognosticationsi -which cause me sonie degree of wonder, and no small. degree of perplexity. :By the downfal of the Estab' lishment, I mean-not any . thing, so undefined as thai for whichl soiie, ofthe. Dissenters have petitioned, andii which a certain?smill portion of the clergy are under..: stood to desire; .without having prec.isely.explained, o0- perhaps everi distiiictly' conceived, the intended.' import of their phrase, " separatiodi of the Church. and State ;"-. biut plainly- a. discontinuance, a disso"?' :lution. of.the Church as a national institution, by ia'. abrogation of all peculiar privi...

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Select Poetry. TO THE OSTRICH. WRITTEN IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

TO THE OSTRICH. WRITTEN IN SOUTH AFRICA. BY' THOMAS PRINGLE. [From the Friendship's Offeiing for .835.] LONE dweller of the wild Karroo,' Sad is thy desolate domain,. .. Where grateful, fruitage never grew, " 'Nor waved the golden,grain: - What seek'st thou midst these dreary 'haunts, Where mourning nature droops and pants ,Beneath the burning skies ? Freedom ' seek--mankind I shun, ...Tvrants of all' b~neath the sun !" iVethinks" the bird replies. Yes-bthis forsaken; silent wate; Where only hitter heibs abound,...... . Is fitly farnish'd i6 tliy taste;/ A.n .. .", ,: :-..And blp9ms.thy.ga;rden-ground. A fouiitain, tio ..to thee is given, ..Fecd by"the thunder-cloud from heaven,. And treasured in.the clifts; ' 2For .,teedboon Nature plants and so*s- 'Thou .reap'st the harvest as it grows;,..; S-ReJoicmg.in her. gifts,: i"For' ruthless foes thib 'reck'st niot here- ' " In' vain the slot-houind tracks thy foot i The hiintsman, should he wander near, SbonA flags from the'pursu?it; n Li...

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

SDarnaw PRICE CUwRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE .AND MANUFACTURES. Tomnorrow. being' Good Friday, the market will be held to.day . ,Thee market of. Tuesday last .was, but: poorly, sup. plie.There was rather a short supply of potatoes, and of inferiOr?i6 ulity. The 'supply of all sorts of meal,' flouir, and wlihat, wai snall this 'week, for which the deniand was brisk;anld 'we can quote.no .variation from the prices of im ported and.exported goods as given by.us last wneek. . : . , .. d. Aleper hhd . .... . .*4,''0 * 0a4 5 0 ,?le, +p~ er' .hhd . ... :..... " .......... .. . 4 0' x 0 u 4' . 5 a0 perg gall ......... .,.*.....".... 0 0.0 * *0, 2 0.. in bottle,.per dozen . ............ 0 0.'.0 0 0 ..5 Ashes; Mangrove, per bushel...::;... .1 8. - " 8 1 Barkl.Mimiosa, per ton ... .. ' ' 5 : 10 0 Beer,per-hhd.: ; ... '0 0.: 4 pergall. ...............,...... 0 "1' 0 1-,*,,? 3 Bread, the loaf of 2lbs. .......... 0. 0 0 .5 Biscdit, per cwt. ; ?-: '?* '.**L ·1. 5 0. 10 0 Butteir;Fresh, per lb. .:... .....

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Literature and Science. NOTICE OF MALACCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

NOTICE OF MALACCA. BY CHARLES MA;RJORIBANKS, ESQ., M. P. MALACCA was one of the first European' posses siohs in Asia, ,being captured by the Portuguese a very few years after the successful voyage of Vasco de Gama round the Caple of Good .Hope. It is not imagined, thatthey did much to improve the moral condition of the natives. We' are told by St. Francis -Xavier, who visited it, :that " the excess and number of their vices distin guished the Christians from the unbelievers." The Dutch, who succeeded the Portuguese at Malacca, it isp)robable, were even more remark able for the extent of this distinction. The re mains of some of these,. its :former martyrs, re pose within the walls of the old church on Mal lacca Ilill ; it was first a Roman Catholic, then a Protestant place of worship and burial, and it is now a picturesque ruiil. Jesuit apostles of the East, some of whom are styled Bishops of Siam, China, and Japan, sleep side by side witi burgo masters; but, as the tombs are expose...

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Original Correspondence. BATHING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

(O9t'gittal a QJ eptt'@pIoUICC. :BATHING. ,:,TO THE EDITOQI OF THE COLONIST. 'Si,'--The readers of the colonial publications ha've: beeiilteated ofilate td' many prophetic an-' ticipations of.the great nioral" improvement of a certain kindi, that; is to: be:expetted in the male p'otior?n of our community from a more general equalization bf the relative numerical proportion of thde` sxes'; and the writers, with a laudable deference to the'self-esteein of those who peruse their lucubrations, invariably insinuate that the greatest scope for amendment, and :the widest field for the exertions. of the philanthropist is,to be .found among the lower orders, meaning no doubt, lower in the scale of worldy estimation, than-the sapient iiidividuals who. banquet' upon their prognostications., .It is doubtless, a fact, that immdrAlity and ignorance are 'so generally .concomitant as to be nearly synonymous inm a philosophical sense' 'of the. terms ;' and too' true is it also, that ignorance has be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

.SYDNEY DSEPENSAaY. rWO. SERMONS will be preached 'i 'the'Scots .- Church SYDNEY,' to-morirow the '17tti:'ist.;, (tlie.day, conmmotily called Good ' Fridaiy,) 'iy:; the? "Rev ..i.o.n GA?-?N, . A.M,, Milister of the Scots 'Church: Maitland, when a Collhctidff will be iade in aid of the abdove Institution. IDivine.Service: ill' comitnence dt' 11 d .M1 aiit .:a ; half-past ,3 ,P.M,.. .'- *- : . , .."TEZ S ' ; "DA Y : .. - : '. '. : BY MR. BL ACKMAN,' At the' New Cattle Mairket, B3rickfield Hill, :on THURSDAY, 16thi Apiril, Instant, at 12 o'clock p. precisely, without reserve, , . TWENTY-FIVE very superior.MILCH.COWS,. .. part with. Calves at their side.. Six superio'r.HORSES.. Terms declared at time of sale. o ZTm siaOLD . ACSvLoo. BY 'MR. BLACKMAN.., . . SAt his Rooms King Street, on the Evening of Monday. the 27th, and Wednesday .the 29th April, at 7 o'clock precisely.: . H.E REMAINING part of the valuable LIB . :RARY ' of 'Jam'es P." Webber, Esq. :: Mr. Blackman tbegs to :recom'erid...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 April 1835

4 . . '!, "1 f "1 . ARRInniVLS. April 8,Sophla Jane, and Tamar (steamers), from New capr.il.l.iHin d (brig); Wyatt,:from New .Zealand oli the 24th ilt.; with flax. April p.-Lady Nugent (ship), Fawcett, from London on the4th December, with 284 male conviets; superintendent, Dr. Oliver Sprowte, R. N.: the guard; consisting of Captain Montgomery, 50th Regt., Ensign Ruxter, 4th Regt., and twenty-nine, rank and file of the G0th. Regt.; passengers, Misses Mary and Elizabeth Montgomery, Mr. Philip Turner, and eight women and fourteen children belonging to the 50th Regt April 0.-Siren (brig), Munro, fiom HobartTown the 3rd in't., with sundries; passengers,, Mr., Charles Meredith, Mr. Thomas Meir1tt, Mr. Wilshire,Mr. Broadritf, Mr.A.B. Smith, Mrs. Mary Martini, Miss Jane Martin, Mrs. Jane Fowler, John Bow, George Grimshaw; Bridget;-Tooley, Jo sepli Tyfield, and eigh.t prisqners of the. Crown from India: .: - A?iil 10.- Lunar, .(brig), M'Donald, from the, sperm 'fihberies'with 107) tuns of sp...

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