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Cape Eptracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Cape Extracts. The Cape people complain of persons being appointed from England, utterly destitute of know- ledge requisite for the situations they fill in the colony. The colonists of the Cape do not relish the equalization of the duties on wine. A circular ride and drive at the Green Point, under the patronage of the Governor, is proceeding with spirit. Great efforts are making by the settlers at the Cape to induce emigration to their shores, and   with every prospect of success; they having a liberal   Governor, with able and upright assistants. The French Army has been ordered to leave   Algiers, excepting a garrison of 3000 men. It appears in the times of monopoly in print- ing at the cape of Good Hope, advertisements that were sent late to the Office, had an extra charge of 50 percent put on them by the Government. Major General Sir J. D'Urban, has been nominated to the Government of Demerara, Essequibo, and Berbice. OPENING OF THE WELLAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney,p.Quarter5s.—Single Numbers7d.   Country,(post.included) 6s 3d p.Quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s 6d, and 1     each, for all above ; for every insertion Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 14, 1831. THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following Persons have been cancelled, for the   reasons set against their respective names ;— Indian, Peter Clays, for being drunk and dis- orderly in Church. Larkins (1), George Lewis, employing a Government Boat and Men under his Orders as Overseer, for his own advantage. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDBR McLEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 15, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 15, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following Appoint-   ments ; viz :— Mr. William Byrnes to be Deputy Post Master, Parramatta. Mr. David Spillane, to be Deputy Post Master, Li- verpool.   The Duties of the Post Office at the above places will, accordingly, be in future conducted at the   Houses of Messrs. Byrnes and Spillane respectively.   By His Excellency's Command,   ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 18, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 18, 1831. CERTAIN Alterations and Repairs being required at the Old Gaol, Sydney, Per-     sons disposed to undertake the whole or any of the undermentioned parts, viz ;—   Carpenter's and Joiner's Work ;     Plaisterer's Work ;   Mason's Work ;     Plumber and Painter's Work ;   are invited to transmit Tenders to this Office, at12   o'clock on Thursday, the 18th day of August next, endorsed " Tenders for Repairs to Old Gaol.", Security will be required for the due Performance of the Work ; and the Tenders must specify the names of two Persons willing to enter into Bond with the Contractor for the completion of the same, within a limited period. Three several Payments will be made on account of the Work, to the extent of 75 per cent, of the value actually erected ; and the residue on the complet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Public Notice.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 18, 1831.   THE undermentioned Female Pri- soners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of   Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of the 17th March, 1829. for good conduct in service ; viz.— County of Cumberland. AIRDS.—Murphy Ellen, Brothers (2). WINDSOR.—Walsh Mary, Elizabeth (4). By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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Law Intelligence. Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Law Intelligence. Supreme Court. Thursday, July 21.—The three Judges having taken their seats in banco, the Chief Justice read over the notes of the case Doe, on the demise of Hedman v. Hughes, an action of ejectment tried during the pre-   sent term to obtain possession of a piece of land in Liverpool street, which was claimed by the defendant, when a verdict was returned for the plaintiff. Mr. Foster now moved for a new trial, on the ground that   the verdict was contrary to evidence. Dr. Wardell and Mr. Wentworth having replied, the Court refused the application. Friday, July 22.—In Re Bucknel! v. Moran.—Mr. Keith moved on the part of the defendant, that the arbitration given in that case against him be set aside,     on the ground that a revocation of the submission to arbitration had been served on the plaintiff. Mr. Rowe for plaintiff, argued that the revocation was in- formal. The Court held the revocation to be in form, and...

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Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices.   Ale, English—Hhd. £4 a £6 do. doz. 12 s a 14s Colonial—Hhd. 60 a 80 do. doz. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng, —Hhd. £4 a £6 do. gal. 4s a 6s Colonial—Hhd. 45 a 55 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....per cwt. 14 a 16 Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue,............lb. 2 a 00 Bread, 2lb. loaf,4d a 0s4½d Butter, fresh....2s0 a 2 6 salt..........1 3 a 1 9 Candles, Mlds.lb. 0 9 a 0 00 Dips... 0 5 a 0 6 Cattle—Bullocks ea. 45s a 60s Working do. 60 a 80 Cows,.... " 30 a 40   do. in Milk " 40 a 6o Calves,.... " 6 a 8 Sheep,.... " 4 a 5 Pigs,....... " 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb. 1s9d a 0s d Col. " 0 7 a 0 9 Cloth,Parramatta per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lb, 1 6 a 0 0   Eggs, per doz. 10d a 1 0   Flax.New Zea. ton, £18 a £20 Flour, 100lbs. fine 2nds Barker, .... 20s0d—17s 0d Cooper.....14 0 —10 0 Darling.Mill,14 6 —11 6 Dixon,....... 20 0 —17 0 Gu...

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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Police Incidents. Monday, July 18.—Eliza Boyle was charged by her mistress with making herself scarce. Prisoner—Did not you give the leave to go out. Mistress—No. Pri- toner—Och, murther, murther,murther ! ! ! with upraised hands roared the termagant, and the Bench   sent her for one month to the third class in the fac- tory.     James Gazlon for being mutinous and refractory, and setting his masters servants a bad example, was sen- tenced to receive 25 lashes. William Gamman for endeavouring to gammon his       master, refusing to proceed to Port Macquarie, and viewing a mill, by way of recreation, instead of watch- ing some sheep placed under his charge, was ordered the luxury of a solltary cell on bread and water for three days.   Thomas Gaffney for making away with property placed in his charge, value £2, was sent to an iron gang for six months. Hyam Alexander and Patrick Doyle, for steali...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Port Stephens, on Monday last, the cut- ter Lambton. From Newcastle, on Tuesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From a cruise, on Wednesday last, H. M.S. Comet. The ship Kains, Captain Goodwin (having sailed on the 30th of May), returned oi Thursday last, having lost her main-top-gallant-mast, fore-top-mast, and fore-top-gallant-mast. From the sperm fishery, on Friday night the brig Genii, Captain Wells, with 110 tons oil. DEPARTURES. For New Zealand, on Sunday week, the brig Dart. For M adras, on Tuesday last, the ship York, Captain Leary, having on board a detach- ment of the 57th regment, consisting of Major Hunt ; Captain Brom ; Lieutenants Edwards, Lockyer, and Alexader ; Paymaster Green, 167 Serjeants, and rank and file ; 17 women, and 39 children. For Bataia, the same day, the ship North Briton. For Calcutta, the same day, the barque Gambia. On a cruise, on Wednesday, H. M, S. Comet. For Hobart Town, on Thurs-   day last, the ...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 15, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 15, 1831.     HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that Mr. Thomas Jeffrey has been appointed Landing Waiter, Searcher, and Gau- ger, in the Department of Customs at this Port, in the room of Mr. Francis Mowatt, resigned, and that he has assumed his Duties accordingly. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 11th to the 18th In- stant, inclusive. July 13.—Duckenfield (ship) 367 tons, RID- DELL master, from London via Hobart Town, GEORGE BUNN agent ; 15 hogsheads beer, 1 case hosiery, 1 case, 2 bales haberdashery, R. Stubbs ; 8 bales calicoes, 8 bales shirtings, 4 bales checks, 6 bales printed cottons, 1 bale velveteens, 2 bales counterpanes, 2 cases linen, 1 bale cotton baftahs, 8 cases haberdashery and hosiery, 6 cases hats, 4 cases slops, 6 bales woollens, 1 cask cotton wick, 1 case books, 1 cask mustard and stone blue, 3 cases starch, 4 cases muskets, 30 casks powder, W. Walker & Co. ; 15 casks blacking, J. Campbell ; 7 packages   machinery, 1 case ornaments, E. Hallen ; 2 chaff machines, 6 bundles spades, 3 bundies pans, 42 iron pots, 1 case lamp glasses and japan ware, 1 case lamps, 1 case japan and plated ware, 1 case plate and...

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Insolvent Debtors Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Insolvent Debtors Court. Tuesday, July 19.—Before Judge Dowling, and Messrs. Kiddell and McPherson, Assessors. William Blackman was declared insolvent for £604 14s. His assets were £220 6s., many of which were bad. The insolvent attributed his loss to disap- pointments in business. Wm. Panton was declared insolvent for £419 15s. 11d. His assets consisted of a few head of cattle, farming utensils, &c. This gentleman attributed his loss to the depreciation of stock. Henry Douglass was brought up to be declared in- solvent. It appeared the applicant arrived in the Co- lony in 1829, with £300. and commenced business ; he staled his debts now amounted to £1,800 and his assets to £900, besides a gold watch, which the learned judge compelled him to hand over in court, for the benefit of his creditors. After undergoing a very severe ex- amination, and having his conduct strongly animad- verted, upon by the Judge, the assessors found im insolvent, and the Judge ordered him to be retu...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JULY 25th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

The Sydney Herald.   MONDAY, JULY 25th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE numerous despatches lately trans- mitted from the Home Government, are slowly coming into circulation, and prove that the old contest of "Might versus Right" has terminated, very much to the disappointment of the former. The state- ments we have repeatedly made, have been once more verified, that however much untoward events may oppose, for a time, the public wishes, and interests, yet the high tribunal in England, to which every man is entitled to appeal, will per- mit of no departure from the freedom of British institutions. A wholesome re- straint is wisely exercised by an impartial administration, to correct the abuses of prejudice, or power; and when we re- flect, that the interests of thousands, in this, and future generations, might other- wise be sacrificed at the caprice of inju- dicious, though perhaps in other respects, well disposed individuals, we cannot be too grateful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Impounding Advertisement.   I M P O U N D E D in the District of Castle Hill, on the 11th July, by WILLIAM MOORE, one brindle poll Cow, branded on the off hip apparent- ly O, and one yellow brindle Cow, branded on the off hip apparently ER. If not released within twenty one days, they will be sold at the public Pound, Parramatta, to defray expenses.—-[9s] At Burrugurrang, in the County of Camden, on the 19th July, by JAMES RILEY, one brindle Cow, with while belly and a white spot on the back, and on each flank, branded on the milking side J J, with a female Calf, branded J J ; one red and white Cow, with a short tail, branded on the off hip J J, on the milking side J J, and underneath the thigh W W, with a red and white male Calf, branded J J ; one black Bullock, white face, belly, and till, and a white spot on each flank, branded J J ; one grey and white Cow, branded J J on the milking side ; one red and white Steer, branded J J on the nearside ; one dark brown Steer, ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Domestic Intelligence EXECUTIONS. - On Monday last the following, eight unfortunate men underwent the utmost penalty of the law in the gallows yard, Sydney gaol :- Moore, Kite, Kelly, and Connor, for a burglary and putting in fear, at a hut on the farm of Mr G. Blaxland, at Illawarra ; Woolly and O'Hara, for burglary in the dwelling house of Mr. Raymond, Esq., and putting in fear; Welsh for cutting and maiming at Norfolk Is- land with intent to murder, and Crampton, for a highway robbery with violence. Welsh, Crampton, and Woolly were attended by the Rev. Mr. Cowper, and Mr. Hyndes, the remain- der by the Rev. Mr. Therry ; on ascending the scaffold, the men convicted of the burglary at Mr. Blaxland's farm, loudly declared their in- nocence. Moore, who was a settler in the dis-   trict of Illawarra, said, that on the night the rob- bery was committed for which he was to suffer, his own house was robbed, but he forgave those who swore against him at the trial'. Mr. Therry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 15, 1831. THE following Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, since the last   day of publication, viz - County of Cumberland. AIRDS.-Boyle John, Boyne; Cahill John, Sir God- frey Webster 2 ; Collins James, Boyne; Dauney Mi-   chael, Boyne; Murphy Patrick, Phoenix; Squince Christiopher, Fame. COOKE.-Lyons Lawrence, Boyne ; Rially Edward, Eliza 2; Walker Arthur, Brampton.   WINDSOR.-Alexander William, Phoenix 2; Dogherty Peter, Phoenix 2; Duke James, otherwise Dwatt James, Medway; Carrigan James, Phoenix 2; Gar-     vey Bryan, Phoenix 2; Hulme Adam, Dick; Sexton David, Phoenix 2. County of Camden. CAMDEN.-Murray James, Phoenix 2 ; Thisleton Ed- ward, Ocean 3. ILLAWARRA.-Redmond Patrick, Phoenix 2; Ryan Michael, or Bryan Thomas, Countess Harcourt 2. SUTTON FOREST.-Adams Patrick, Southworth ; Conlan Patrick, Almorah 2; Foy John, Mangles 4; Hanratty ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

COLONIAL PRODUCE WAREHOUSE. DAVID BELL BEGS leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that he has opened a Warehouse   in PITT STREET, for the SALE of COLONIAL PRO- DUCE, and hopes to merit that share of public support which such an Establishment, (so long wanted in Sydney) ought to deserve. D. BELL, apprises his Up-Country Friends, and Settlers in general, that they will at alf times, receive from him a ready attention in the disposal of their produce, either in Purchase or on Commission ; and that he will always have on Sale, at moderate Prices, all such necessaries as may be requisite for their Esta- blishments, and domestic consumption. Sydney, July, } Colonial Produce Warehouse, 23, 1831. } 100, PITT STREET. N. B. A prime Lot of Maize fed Pork newly arrived. Accommodation for Drays Excellent Warehouse room for all unsold produce on Market Days. Advances   made on produce deposited for Sale. No charge for Warehouse room, unless Goods are long on han...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

Quarter Sessions. Tuesday, July 19.—The Commission for the insti- tution of Quarter Sessions having been read, the trial of cases commenced before W. Foster, Chairman, and C. D, Riddell, J. P. Esquires.   James Callaghan was indicted for stealing a tureen, value one shilling, the property of Mary Bell, at Syd- ney, on the 7ih May. The prisoner in his defence, alledged that he took the tureen to procure some soup. The Jury found him guilty. In mitigation of punish- ment, prisoner alledged that he was troubled with rheumatism, and sadly afflicted in his bowels. Re- manded. Wednesday, July 20.—Before Messrs. Therry and Bettington. Patrick Harty, for stealing a porter cask. Guilty. Remanded. Sarah Hughes, for stealing ä mustard pot. Guilty. To be imprisoned for one month in the gaol. John Cummings, for stealing 9 pounds of candles. Not guilty. Benjamin Wellington, for stealing three jugs ; the prisoner pleaded guilty, and in consequence of having suffered a long imprisonmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

For LONDON Direct, To sail on the 30th 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 Freight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO.     Sydney, 7th May 1831.     FOR LAUNCESTON,   'THE Fine Brig BRITANNIA, R. RAMSAY, R.N. Commander, is now loading   for the above Port, and will take Goods that are ready for Shipment. For Freight or Passage apply to HENRY DONNISON,     Bligh-street, Sydney. FOR SALE,     Ether wholly or in Shares, THE "SOPHIA JANE," of 156 Tons Register.     This beautiful Steam Vessel, reputed one of the fastest ever built, is four years old, but has been run- ning only two years. Her engine of 50 horse power, is of the most approved co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 July 1831

BIRTH.—On the 5th Inst. Mrs. Nott, of Castlereagh-st. son. DEATHS.—On the 9th, the infant son of Mr Nott, of Castlereagh-street. At Windsor, on the 10th, Luke, and on the 15th, Mark, infant sons of James Meehan, of that place.     On Thursday last, at the Military Hospital, in the 21st year of his age, after a long and painful illness,   Lieutenant A. Berkeley, 39th Regiment, sincerely re-   gretted by all his brother Officers. His remains were conveyed to the ground, on Saturday last, with military honours. 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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