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NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Emigration Gazelle, April 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Emigration Gazelle, April D.) | In the great mass of Sydney papers that reached its during the week-covering a period from August to November-we are in possession of much valuable intelli- gence ; n portion of which will be found distributed over our present number, and the remainder will appear in our subse- quent publications. The condition of the colony, we are con- strained to admit, is anything but flou- rishing ; and the Sydney Press, in its re- presentation of things as they really are, appears to have no wish to blink the ques- tion of general embarrassment. In one of the journals we have au illustration of the extent to which pecuniary embarrassment prevailed in the month of October, by re- ference to the number of summonses which had been taken out for that term, and which amounted tono less than 1,000 ; and to the number of judgments entered at the Sheriff's OF.cc during the first three quarters of the year, amounting to the appalling number of ...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) BATHURST PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIORS.     (From our various Correspondents.) BATHURST PUBLIC MEETING. JULY 29- A. public meeting was held at Mrs. Blacks Hotel, Lathurst, this dov, Captain Piper, J P , being in the chair fhe meeting was attended by all the influential stock- holders of the district 1 he business commenced by T Strei t, Lsq , J P, reading, and moving, the hist lesolution, (see adicitis"ineiit), who picfaccd it b) oboci ving, that it v. as nev er contemplated by any one who pioinoted that mcetint, to impeach the Governors lectitudc of inten Mon, nor did their piocecduigs ncccssiiiily imp!) an accusation of injustice Stock vv is, lioncvci, then all, with them cvci)thing «as dependent on its security and value, weie they then wrong in seeking the amendment of an Act which depicciated stock by ren- dering the light of pastur i re mecarioiis Glougi. Rankin, Lsq J P , seconded the lcsoliitton, observing, that the tockholder must indeed, he would not say be dead...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURE. For tlie Sperm Fishery, yesterday, the ship   Bermondsey, Captain Stokes, with whaling gear, &c.

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COASTERS.—IN WARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

COASTERS.—INWARDS.   August 1.-Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cnpe, from Moreton Bny, with wool, &c. ; Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, from Port Macquarie, with maize, &c. ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156,     Wiseman, from Wollongong, with corn, &c. ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, from Mor- peth, with wheat and hay ; Julia, 12, Prater, from Shoalhaven, with maize ; Thomas and   Mary, 14, Pickett, from the Hawkesbury,   with maize.   OUTWARDS. August 1.—Maitland, steamer, 103, Par- sons, for Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Thomas and Mary, 14, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Rover, 10, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast.

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THE WAVERLEY NOVELS. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

I THE WAVERLEY NOVELS. | (From the 'Times.) I Time, which is " a sore decayer" of minor reputations, would seem but to have matured and mellowed the fame of Sir Walter Scott; and that fame, as it has ripened, has enlarged. Successive edition of his works have poured themselves, not only throughout these islands, but over all the civilised surface of the European and American continents, rolling on like the waves of the sea, with as rapid an ad- vent, and almost in as countless numbers. There is hardly a class of readers conver- sant with our language to whom his inci- dents, his characters, his descriptions, his kindly feelings, and his attractive lore, have not become a permanent delight and a favourite study. His family, within these few days, have begun to send forth his novels in a new impression of some thousands of copies, called the Abbotsford edition, more in- teresting and more perfect than any of its predecessors. The scheme of it is to illustrate the novels by authentic l...

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SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd to the 30th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

I bTHNSTT cnWEHAT. ISAM ¿1ST. | S ATURDA V, JULY 30, 1812. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23ril to the 30/// instant, in ctusiiie. IuLY 23-AMW1LI Inique, 23j tous, Hesse, master, from Liveipool, W Tucker and Co, agents, 7 cases siddlcr), 2 casks hardwaic,30do7cn spades, lljlploiigh moulds, 4 boxes thread, 1 cask ham», 1 c ise pel fume ly, 2 hrkins hellings, 2jns tupe, 100 kegs nail«, 30 bales stationery, 1 ho\ appaiel, j ti miks boots, &.C Glicht ist and Alexandei , 1 case appaiel, Paul and Co , 03 elates 1 hogshead ciirthenvv ne, It M Rube), (»bales caipeting, 1 box stationery, R unsay, Young, and Co , 23 casks lmrdwaie, 181 bundles 1708 bal3 non, 8 kegs nails, W 1 uckci and Co , 4 bales linens 12 b iles osnahurgo, Campbell, Hill, and Co , 7 hogsheads 2o quarter casks wine, 11 cases raisins, 11 casks hardware, 1 box lace, 5 hogsheads merchandise, 1 orbes and Co , 4 coils I bule coulage, II Moon , 15 cases hats, 1 case cottons, 30 packages oil mans stoics, 5 hogihcnds 8 quaitci c...

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SPERM OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

SPERM OIL. A Large quantity of this valuable product is now being shipped for London, and it will form an item of no inconsiderable amount in the list of our Exports of next month, when the ships now loading leave the harbour. The following is a statement of the quanti- ties shipping by the Governor Halket, Hon- duras, &c. Ex Governor Halket.. 100 tons . Caroline .. .. 40 tons Arabian .. .. 60 tons Nelson.. .. .. 90 tons Scamander .. .. 90 tons In all .. 380 tons which, at the price of £88 per ton, gives a Yalue of £33,440 ; or, allowing for a slight decrease in price, say, £30,000. Committals.-The young man Paul, who attempted to pass a forged cheque to Mr. Kelk, of the firm of Pite and Preston, was yesterday committed to take his trial. William Preston was committed for trial for receiving property knowing it to be stolen ; and Cathe- rine Sullivan. for stealing.   City Business. - The first proceedings under the Municipal Act must take place on or before the ...

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

I GENERAL REMARKS. Monday 25th.-Fresh westerly breezes a.m. Noun till three o'clock calm, then light south-east airs till sunset ; keen west wind again after eight p.m. all night. Atmo- sphere beautifully clear all the day and night. 26'tii.-Keen west wind in the morning and cloudy ; at midday calm for some time, vane shifting to south-east between one and two ; very light airs for a while ; p.m. cirrous clouds scattered ; and deeply tinged with red at sunset. After midnight came on to blow strong from west, sky cloudless. 27tii.-Strong wind till between seven and eight a.m., then moderated ; r.M. freshened mid veered north of west, thin white cirrus streaks across zenith ¡ after one carne on to blow very hard ; from two till four a fresh gale ; then abated ; fresh wind through the night, and a clear sky, at times blowing very strong. 28th.-After day-break wind rose rapidly, blew a strong gale at 7'30, and kept in- creasing in force till after midday; blowing with the greatest viole...

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COURTS OF REQUEST. To the Editors of the Sydn[?]y Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

COURTS OF REQUEST. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald.       GENTLEMEN.—The publication by yourselves,         and others of your brother journalists, of my   former letter to you on this subject, commits   me to the making good the opinion I ventured to propagate,—that the Courts of Request, as   now established, do not afford cheap and speedy Justice, which are the very best fruits that any Courts of Law can produce ; and, that therefore, they require reform, before the subject is at all mooted of extending their jurisdiction ! A small shopkeeper in a country district   desirous of enforcing payment of debts due to   him by persons residing between twenty and thirty miles distant from his store, applies to the Registrar of the Court of Requests for summonses against nine of such debtors.   The sum due by these deb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

PARRAMATTA RACES AST STEAM-BOATS will leave the Commercial Wharf each morning on the Race days 1524   F T1 Steam to Hunte*'* Uiver. TARB, 7s. 6d.-8TBERAEOE, 8s. Gil. HE fast tailing steam ship CORNUBIA, 250 tons, 100 horse power, will §¿J->cí3> commence running on Tuesday, "li instant, between Sydney and Morpeth, at Newcastle. She will leave Sydney ^cry"Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at ten ¿¿ni., returning from Morpeth on Monday's, ^Wednesday'», and Friday's. Further informa Sion obtained on apulication to M J. P. ROBINSON, ||522 2> Church Hill. FMteamor for Soutb Huskisson, Jervis Say» rpHE SOPHIA JANE will J. leave Jaques'» Coasting Wharf, Sydno.for the above Port, on the first Thursday in August, and on the first Thurs of every succeeding month, and will call as iiúal nt "Wollongong and Kiama in passing. The steamer will leave South Huskisson on 1er return to Sydney, after sunset of the lunday after her arrival. Goods for the Steamer will be received at t...

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THE LATE SIR W. H. M'NAGHTEN. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

I THE LATE .TIR AV. II. M'NAGIITEN. I (From the Times.) Sir William Hay M'Naghten, Bart., was the fourth child and second son of Sir Francis AVorkman M'Naghten, Bart., and I his wife Letitia, who was Ihceldcst daughter of Sir AVilliam Dunkin, formerly a Judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Bengal. Sir William Hay M'Naghten was bom in Calcutta on the 24 th August, 1793. AVhen he lost his life he was in the 4i)th year of his age. The account which has been published relating to him is "not correct.« He was appointed, a.. Çadot of Cavalry jon -the Madras' Military Estab- lishment in 1808, and in the snmq.yenr proceeded to thnt Presidency. His father went out ns a Judge to Madras the end of 1809. In the year 1811 Sir AVilliom wns transferred (the Last instance ' of such n transfer having been made) to the civil service on the Bengal establishment, and proceeded to Culcutta accordingly. In the year ISIS, his father, Sir Francis, was pro- moted to a seat on the bench of the Supreme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION._ VA&UA1Z.U BTTisr.iiv raopaBïr, MU. SAMUEL LYONS haï received in- structions from James Uohvon, Esq , of Melbourne, Port Phillip, to submit for «ale by puMic auction, at hit Mart, the corner of Gccrgc strect and Charlotte place, on or about the 29.h day of October i.c\t, ( AU that valuable property in Margatet-p'ace Sydney, includiug the corners of Clarence and Kent streets, leading to the Flour Company'» Mill- (late Gerard's). A survey of the property will he made, and i plans cf the allotments will be ready for inspec- 1 lion at the Mart of the Auctionerr in due time. ] Title, a Orant from the Crown. i Terms and further particulars will be given in ' R future advertisement. 122 i OVMVOWDia, IN BOND, At the riik of the former purchaser, he having failed to comply with terms of Sale. MR SAMUEL LYONS will sell by Auction, at his Mart, corner of George street and Charlotte Place, on WEDNESDAY, the 3rd ita tint at Eleven o'Cloclc. Mr HONDURAS Ten barrels commo...

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MONDAY. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

I Monday. I PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Elizabeth II. Forbes, a sin- gle meeting : Benjamin Lee, £1* ; W. F. Shille, £10 16s. lOid. ; Thomas Palmer, £58 Is. lid.; Gregoiy How, £10 lils. 9d.. In the estate of Robert Maddux, a single meeting; John Wedderburn, £61'2¡¡. lOid. ; Challes Hensley, £8 13s. 2d.; Joseph Samuel ll.-.nsrm, £30 0s. Gd. In the estate of John limit, an adjourned first meeting : Samuel Lyons, £281 '2s. 5d.} .Ramsay .and Young, £2J2 10s. lud.;' Abra- ham Elias, £72._ A single meeting was also appointed in the case of Alex. M'K.enzie, but no claims were proved. Meetinos tor to-day.-Third meetings in the estates of Charles Marsh, at ten o'clock; Roberts, Cave, and Co., at half-past ten ; Joseph Roberts, at eleven ; and an adjourned meeting in the estate of Pnthriek O'Rrien Murph ' at one till half-pust two.

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[?] LAND SALE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

awaiti» jffigéCrffr i LAND SALE BILL.         A Bill for regulating the Survey and Sales of Land belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colonies and New   Zealand.   Note'-The Words printed in Italics are proposed to be inserted in the Committee.]   . (I.- Waste Lands of the Croton in the Australian Colonies to be disposed of according to the regulations contained in this Act. Whereas it is expedient that an uniform system of disposing of the Waste Lands of the Crown in the Australian Colonies should be established, Be it Enacted, by     the QUEEN's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That within the Australian Colonies   the Waste Lands of the Crown shall be disposed of in the manner and according to the regul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

For Singapore direct. TO SAIL ON THE 10TH AUGUST. THE fine fast-sailing ship FORTFIELD, Captain Bowman, for freight or passage, apply to the commander on board, or BETTS and PANTON. 24, Pitt-street. 1547 For Port Macquarie.   THE Port Macquarie steam- pocket MAITLAND, Wil- liam Parsons, master, will leave the Commercial Wharf to-mor- row, the 3rd instant, at six o'clock- 1546 FOR MORETON BAY. THE FINE STEAMER SOVEREIGN will again proceed to Moreton   Bay, on Thursday next, at Four o'clock. Passengers and shippers are reminded that goods must be shipped, and passages taken the day previous. W. G. WHITFIELD, Wharfincer. Grose's Wharf, August 1. 1551 FOR THE BAY OF ISLANDS, AUCKLAND, AND OTAHEITE. A REGULAR TRADER. THE fine fast-sailing BRIG JULIA will sail in a few days. For freight or passage apply to J. B. METCALFE, Lower George-street. August 1. 1562 FOR PORT NICHOLSON & VALPARAISO. THE FIRST VESSEL. THE FINE BARQUE JANE GOUDIE, Al. 280 tons, John ...

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LAW OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

LAW OF MARRIAGE. The question of the legality of marrying a deceased wife's sister, having been lately referred to in this colony, wc may remark that before the Easter recess Lord Francis Egerton applied for leave to bring in a Bill to legalise such marriages, and that, upon a division of the question, it was negatived by a majority of 123 to 100 ; so that there is no probability of such marriages being sanctioned.

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

WINDSOR.   JULY 29 - The last day of our races is off with great vivacity and emulation, is terminated after some severe struggles,   follows:-     The Richmond Purse of £75, with a ? stakes of £5 each added-beats twicerooti for all horses ; entrance £3-three entrene, or no race. The winner of the Hawkcibs^ Turf Club prise to carry seven pounds flings Mr. Rouse's b. g. Jorrocks, J. E. Jones!'; Mr. Charles Smith's c. f. Beeswing..,. ¡f| Mr. C. Roberts' Quail......J!| Mr. James Cullen's Marquis.li Mr. W. Towns' Jerry Sneak.5, Some fine racing was here exhibited,Ji roks and Beeswing energetically conteitic with each other, but the latter havincjiiiitfl Innately broken down, her place was Illicit hy Marquis, who was running close to Js rocks, when he was strained, and bccameis lame as to render it impossible for liint bear out. f The Ladies' Purse of £10 for twoyearofe cairying seven stone each-entrance £(.! beats once round, threo ent...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. JERVIS BAY ROAD. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

I OKXQXKAX. OORKBüFOIfDBiroa. r JERVIS BAY ROAD. To the Editors of the Sydne// Herald. GcNTUiMUS,-A correspondent in one of the Sydney Journals, some months since, com- plained bitterly of certain alleged grievances the Maneroo gentry had to encounter, regrct ing at the Fame time, ironically I presume, that they had not a_Doctor to espouse their cause, and comparing, as far as I can're- collect, the attention paid lo Braidwood, with the neglect shown lo the district in which the correspondent resided. To the above alluded to correspondent, and his fiicnds, I would now, though multo post, reply ; and can really assure them, that they have only to visit Braidwood, and thence pass on to South Huskisson, mid they will then be made vir nully sensible of the deep interest taken in link welfare, as well as in that of Braidwood, by the said Doctor. I am at a loss to under- stand how it is possible for ir.cn of education to become so narrow-minded and express themselves so selfishly; though,...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY.     FROM LONDON DIRECT.-Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise. New York Packet, 500, Gre- gory, merchandise, Lord Western, 469, merchandise. Abbotsford, 407, Chambers, had sailed. Duke of Manchester, 500, April. St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe,   264, Moore. Glenswilly, merchandise, May. Kinnear, merchandise, May. Ceylon, 253,   Hurry, merchandise, had sailed. Eden,     420, Boyce, merchandise, April. Tapley, 350 Mailory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise. Trial, 430, Day, merchandise, April 2. Aden, 422, Waddel, merchandise, April 16. FROM PLYMOUTH.—Theresa, emigrants, had sailed. FROM LIVERPOOL.—Vesper. Iona, Ocean, 560, Ward. Colombian, 276, Wakem, April. Westbrook. FROM SCOTLAND.—Duke of Richmond, mer-   chandise, March 11. Jean Christie. North Briton.   FROM PORT PHILLIP.—Seppings. FROM ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. Twelve casca and bales Slops. M"R. SAMUEL LYONS will gell by Auc . lion, at his Mart, comer of George, street and Charlotte pluce, on THURSDAY, the -1th instant, at elëtcli o'clock, Swonsdown and valencia vest», with and with- out sleeves Cloth ditto Flushing, pea, and monkey jackets Ditto trousers Moleskin jackets and frouseri Pilot coats Cord nuits .Sauthwestcrs Beevertcen trousers and jacket» Striped cotton shirts Regatta ditto _Term» at Sale._1508 By Auction, trUbsut Resoivc, MB. STUBBS will sell by Auction, at the Mart, King-street, THIS DAY, the 3rd August-sale at twelve o'clock, positively, Fifty keg» good flavoured Foreign Tobacco, in Miiall kegs to suit purchasers, in and out of bond Two kegs, as per sample at the Rooms, Terms-Under £30 cash, above that sum, approved bills at three months. 1564 ¡In tho BBTATa ot Mr. ». T, KAHa, The whole Grocery and Italian Warehouse Trade of that extensive Establishment, George Street.-By order of the Trustees. MU. STUBBS...

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