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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

7V, ih* r.j;inrK.flh3SmhtcilMormii¡lli"t To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald GENTLEMEN,—I read in your report of the Governor's speech in Council, in this morn- ing's Herald, the following announcement " Among those (officers) dismissed were Mr Dixon, Mr. Ralph, and. Mr. Finch," the statement, as far as regards myself, which [?] to an error or otherwise, is false ; and [?] you will therefore contradict it. I had occasion to represent to the Deputy Surveyor-General, that the circumstances in which I was placed prevented my being as [?] a member of the Department as I considered my duty required ; and in an early [?] of the correspondence intimated, that, [?] supported, I anticipated the necessity [? of ret]iring. This led to my sending in a let- [ter of?] resignation. Two contradictory letters, ctitioxs dates, (professing to be in du ?), were sent me as the only answer to These I submitted to His Kxeellency, h the Colonial Secretary, and they .¡thdraivn. I made every effort t...

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SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

SYorjuT oanrsBAt, tsasb i>ibt. I _ SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. I Stock on hand, O'th instant.-B. P. rum, 170',7G7 gallons; brandy, 237,775gallons; gin, I 59,521 gallons; other spirits, G7,G89 gnllons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 710,600' pounds ; Brazil ditto, 64,824 pounds ; leaf ditto, 42,488 pound?; cigars, 90,990 pounds ; snuff, 12,813 i pounds. Received eluring the week.-B. P. rum, nil.; brandy, 1,112 gallons; gin, 1,082 gal- lons; other spirits, 7,193 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 8,125 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, nil ; snuff, I nil. Delivered for home consumption.-B. P. rum, 20G2 gallons; brandy, 916 gallons; gin, 545 gallons; other spirits, 41 gallons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 9,522 pounds ; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, 1,299 pounds; cigars, 755pounds; snuff, 180 pounds. Delivered foi- exportation.-B. P. rum, 1,992 gallons; brandy, 8,650 gallons; gin, 1« gallons; other spirits, 1,691 gallons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 3G,1G2 pounds; Brazil d...

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SALE OF TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

SALE OF TOWN ALLOTMENTS.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 16th, 1842. At eleven o'clock of Thursday, the 15th of September next, the Colonial Treasurer will put up at auction, at the Colonial Treasury, the undermentioned Town Allotments, on the terms authorised by Go- vernment ; being in addition to the allotments advertised in the notice of the 7th June last, for sale on the same day. Further informa- tion respecting the lands may be obtained from the Surveyor-General ; and respecting the conditions of sale, from the Colonial Trea- surer. APPIX.-15-19. Half an acre each, allot- ments Nos. 6-8, 11, 12, of section 3. Upset price, 1s. per perch. MUDGEE.-20. Half an acre, No 5 of sec- tion 4. Upset price, 1s. 3d. per perch. EMU.-21-28. Half an acre each, Nos. 11 -18 of section 6. Upset price, 1s. 3d. per perch.   QUEANBEYAN.-29-38. Half an acre each.     Nos. 1-10 of section 2. Upset price, 1s. 3d. per perch. BUNGENDORE.-...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16 1842. SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

covBBvrnsBNf oaiaiTH. TUBSDAY, AUGUST III Mil. SALE OF LAND. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney Ißth August, 1842. At Eleven o'clock of Wed- nesday, the 14th day of September next, the Colonial Troasutev will put up to Auction, ut tim Colonial Tnasury, the undermentioned Portions of Land, on the terms authorised by Government, being in addition to the Lands advertised in the Notice of the 7th June last, for sale on the same day. Further informa- tion respecting the Lnnds may be obtained from the Sutvej-oi'-Gcneral, and icspccting tile conditions of sale, from the Colonial Treasurer. CuMimiiLAN».-ii, 7. 25 ncrcs each, parish of Cornelia, at Little Maroota Forest, nenr Poynter's Farm. 8, 50 acres, parish of Cor- nelia, nenr the Hawkesbury River, 9. 35 acres, parish of Cornealia, near the Hawkes- bury River, commenceing 15 chains and 50 links from the south-east corner of M. Duggnn's 120 acres. 10. 100 acres, parish of Cornelia near great Maroota Forest. 11. 100 acres, parish of Frede...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 17.—Georgiana, 25, McIntyre, for the Hunter, with sundries, Mermaid, 12, Doores, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Maitland steamer, 103, Parsons, for Port     Macquarie, with sundries ; Northumberland, 47, Chandler, for Kiama, with sundries ;   Ranger, 12, Laverick, for Botany and Port   Aiken ; Countess of Wilton, 111, Wheatland,   for Newcastle, in ballast ; Thistle, 127, Mul- hill, for Morpeth with sundries ; Elizabeth, 32, Shepherd, for the Williams River, with   sundries ; Cricket Player, 12, Eales, tor the Hawkesbury, in ballast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. To Berso Sealers and oibora. F OSS and LLOYD will sell hy auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, on FRIDAY, 19th instant, at eleven o'clock pre- cisely, A dark dsy Horse, accustomed to saddle or harness, rising three yeais. _ Terms at sale._' 2288 BOKSBS, HABtlS, £LM3» PI3.I.XE3, (llï ORDER OF THE EXECUTRIX.) ¡\y| R. SAMUEL LYONS hei been instructed IVA to Sell by Auction, at the New Cattle Market, on SATURDAY, the 20th instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely, 9 Horses 9 Fillies 2 Mans having foals and in foal. 2(1 From the celebrated Stud of the late Mr. George Harper, of Abbotsford, which is too well known to the sporting wcrld to require any comment from the Auctioneer. _Terms at Sale._ BVSOH-SJKeif TO&. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell hy auction, at his Mart, the corntir of George-street and Charlotte-place, on SATURDAY, the 20¡h instant, at eleven o'clock, Fifty three broken chests Hyson-skin Tea Terms at sale. 2280 VALUABLE AND EXl'ENSIVIä ASSORT- MENT...

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THE NON-ERASTIANS To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

H THF. NON-Vn At!TIATJ<5 1 7'u the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. gGLMLExirN,-In reference to the paragraph fin tlic fhiald of í rid ly extintted from an J \berdetn pipei, regarding a contemplated ft schism in the Church of Scotland, you will I do a fax oin to some of your i cadet s, to notify , | that it is the pin nose oi the schism tilts, to Ipieservt entire, the grtat original, unaltcr I able, pi maples of Prcsby ten inisui, "the I ci ustant ind peiniauciit existence of the pas I loud tin between mini ter and peo| le, in ! ton indistinttioii to the pnntiple¡> attid upon s by i ther sccti ins of the Chu ti m v mid ' Hit fifth scLtion ol the proaptctus itftrred r to s-iys-" loi these ends a fi\ed and stated mu ibtry is ca»ciitinl U liatcx tr partial plan ot Uincr mcy or lot mon iiny 1« dctmtd ad xuntile tht nile-the basis-of the whole ar r ingénient must lit the pom intnt allotment ( f a pitticul ir miiustci toa paiticulai chin gc, or in i ther word», the main...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 28. I The Bishops of Lincoln and Durham took the oaths and their seals. The Earl of Ripon gave notice that he should, in a few days, lay on the tnhle n hill for the regulation of transactioas be- tween merchants and factors. Lord Hawarden presented a petition from the millers of Clare, deprecating the proposed measures relative to the impor- tation of flour, and other petitions to the same effect. LOCAL COURTS. Lord Brougham laid on the table of the house, a bill for the institution of local courts, similar to that which he had very neatly succeeded in obtaining their lord- ships' assent to nine years ago. The bill of his noble and learned friend (Lord Cottenham) increased the jurisdiction of country courts in the nature of debts from 40s. to ;B20, whereas his bill, though it confined actions of debt, and of the nature of debt, lo £2Q, gave also to the local courts the power of bringing all actions of a personal nature, such as tort, slander, assault...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, Feb. 25. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, Feb. 25. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. The Speaker notified to the house that he had received a letter from the agent of Mr. J. Hales Calcraft, stating that it was not his intention to prosecute the petition against the return of the sitting member (Mr. J. S. Drax) for the borough of Wareham. The Regulation of Buildings and the Borough Improvements Bill were read a first time. On the motion of Sir H. Douglas, a re- turn was ordered of all British and Irish goods exported in the years 1839 and 1840 to the East Indies, the West Indies, and the foreign West Indies, distinguish- ing woollens, cottons, and silks. Mr. Ward gave notice for Thursday, the 10th of March, of a motion for a select committee to enquire whether there existed any special burdens peculiarly affecting the lauded interest of this country, and also whether they enjoyed any special ex- emptions on account of those burdens, and to report upon the nature and extent of those burdens and exemptions. The ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, March 1. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, March 1. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Dr. Bowring postponed for a fortnight the notice of motion he had gix'en for that day, for certain papers relating to the Consulate of Alexandria. Mr. Blexvitt gave notice that on the Chancellor of the Exchequer bringing for- ward the subject of the Exchequer-bill frauds, he should move for theappointment of a select committee to inquire into and report the total amount ot the spurious bills, xvhatamount of such bills ought to be paid, in what respect they were forged or irregular, to whom they belonged, how these parties became possessed of them, and that the report of the commissioners of inquiry be referred to such committee. Sir R. Peel, in reply to Sir C. Napier, said the Emir Beschir had been deposed, and also that he had arrived at Constanti- nople. His place had been supplied by Omar Pacha, xvho xx'as formerly in the Austrian service. Sir R. Inglis, in answer to Mr. Hawes, said he would certainly, as he had stated, b...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 28. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS Monday, February 28. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. The second reading of the Copyright of Designs Bill was postponed to Monday, the 14th of March. Dr. Bowring gave notice that to-mor- row week he would move for the corres- pondence respecting the establishment of the English Bishop at Jerusalem. Mr. Barclay gave notice that upon the committee entering upon that part of the corn-law question relating to the averages he would move that no towns be added to those from which the returns have been hitherto made up. Sir R. Peel, in answer to Mr. E. Bul- ler, said, he had no doubt whatever that the compensation received by Lord Ellen- borough for the office to which he was appointed by his father, when Chief Jus- tice of the Queen's Bench, must, under the law, be continued. In reply to a question from Mr. Baillie, Sir R. Peel was happy to state that nego- ciations are now pending for the conclu- sion of a treaty between this country and Naples. The Railway Bill was read a second ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

BOBTBiTXO xirrax.iixaaaaa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Tuesday. Before the Chief Commissioner, examinations. In the insolvency of William Mooney: This in: o'vent was called mid examined hy Joseph M'Kcnnn, his trustee, ¡is follows :'I swear that Robinson's work in shingling is not worth a farthing ; the house'is daimigedto the amount of £40 hy the badness of the shing- ling. In my schedule I gave an account of all the landed property I was possessed of, which consists of three houses in George street ; I have no homes of my own in York street; the houses referred to in York-street, belong to n person named James Phillips, of the Hunter's River; I received the rents, one is let at lus. jier week, one at 8s. per ditto, one at 5s., and one at 7s. ditto. That pro- perty formerly belonged to my wife when I married her; Isold the premises in York street to Phillip:, of the Hunter's River, in March, 1841, for ü.'10'J, the sale was com- pleted by a conveyance being drawn to James Phillips; eithe...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, AUGUST l8, 1812. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." FORLORN PROSPECTS OF THE LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

. I ?"- I"- --i^? ©de S »li ntl? ¿Honuna $r raitt. THURSDAY, AUGUST l8, 1812. -? " Sioorn to ho Master, of no Sect ant /." FORLORN PROSPECTS OF TUB LAND FUND. The Council debate reported in our paper of yesterday, like many other tilings in this fickle community, began well, for awhile proceeded briskly, and then ended ia nothing. The estimates for the Survey Department elicited one of the most ener- getic displays of public spirit ever put forth by that honourable conclave ; but by the time the question was put to the vote, the spirit had nearly all evaporated, and rye had nought but a " lame and impotent conclusion." The question was, that for the expenses of the SunviJYOit-GENiniAi/s department in the year 1843, there should be voted the enormous sum of ¿ël6,6u'u*. To this Mr. James Macarthur very properly objected, on the ground, that the amount proposed would at any time have appeared very large, but that under the present re- gulations there existed no chance of de- riving fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

For Hast G o« for i arid S Ubauo Wator E S T E A M E WILLIAM IV, ..^ ivening, ( fhursdi 05 at Five o'cl-.ck, from the THE S T E A M E R WILLIAM IV, i^l^^^>Tn'* Evfninf. ( l'nut|id»y) Albion Wharf. August l8. 2352 ClAIIEMCE BIVSS. ^_ rpiiR nnssr, 70 tons, win pos P lvi,= _ sitively mil for the above, on %Kmi Sunday, tl.e 21st instant. To follow .««35»» the UUSOLUTION, 50 tous, in ten days, at icduced Freights. For freight or pas sage, apply to JAMES COOK, Union Whaif. August 19. 2335 Fer Moluau.ne, Port Phi'.llp, unaSeu'.h .fiuB.rft.li i. *£X rPiHE will-kno»n fnst.^ailing biig m% *? DORSET, #Mp 11. Walsh, Mailer, ha« lui; been de «.?yhwo taintd beyond her Utual time for the purpose of punting ar»d refittirg her cabins and oilier necessary repsirs, is now ready to receive freight for li e above-mentioned places, and ni-1 «ail positiv»!)'na Wi-il,-esdai, the 24til instant. The eonvenicuee iifTjrdcd to idiip,.eis of goods to Melbourne by this vessel, turi her accommo- dations for pas...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 28. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

nOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 28. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. The second reading of the Copyright of Deigns Bill was postponed to Monday, the Mih of March. Dr. Bowring gave notice that to-mor- row week he would move for the corres- pondence respecting thc establishment of mi English Bishop ct Jerusalem. Mr. Barclay gave notice that upon the committee' entering upon that part of the corn-law question relating to the averages, Le would move that no towns be added to those from which the returns have been luther to made up. Sir It. Peel, in answer to Mr. E. Bul- ler, sai J, he had no doubt whatever that I the compensatiön received by Lord Ellen- borough for the office to which he was appointed by his father, when Chief Jus- tice of the Queen's Bench, must, under the law, be continued. In reply to a question from Mr. Baillie, Sir R. Peel was happy to state that négo- ciations are now pending for the conclu SÍDII of a treaty between this country nnd Naples. The Railway Bill was read a se...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Tuesday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF LORDS. I Tuesday, March 1. Hie Duke of Richmond presented a pe- tition from the owners and occupiers of mills engaged in the grinding of coin in the vicinity of the city of London, stating that the present duty on flour did not af- ford them a sufficient protection. PROPOSED BILLS FOR THE BETTER AD- MINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. Lord Camphell rose in order to bring under the consideration of their lordships three bills which he had prepared, for the purpose of improving the administration of justice in this country. In bringing those measures before their lordships, he would state shortly the object he had in view, reserving thc discussion till the se- cond reading of the bills. His object was to improve the administration of justice in courts of the last appeal, and likewise to improve the administration of justice in Chancery. It was of the last importance, therefore, that there should be a supreme court of appeal, which should command tlie respect of all those who had occasio...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, March 1. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday, March 1. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Dr. Bowring postponed for a fortnight the notice of motion he had given for that day, for certain papers relating to the Consulate of Alexandria. Mr. Blewitt gave notice that on the Chancellor of thc Exchequer bringing for- ward the subject of the Exchequer-bill frauds, he should move for theappointment of a select committee to inquire into and report thc total amount ot the spurious bills, whatamount of such bills oughttobc paid, in what respect they were forged or irregular, to whom they belonged, how these parties became possessed of them, and that the report of the commissioners of inquiry be referred to such committee. Sir B. Peel, in reply to Sir C. Napier, said the Emir Bcschir had been deposed, and also that he had arrived at Constanti- nople. His place had been supplied by Omar Pacha, who was formerly in the Austrian service. Sir R. Inglis, in answer to Mr. Hawes, said he would certainly, as he had stated, bring for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. To Berso Sealers and oibora. FOSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, at their Room«, Lower George-street, on FRIDAY, 19lh instant, at eleven o'cluok pre- cisely, A dark day Hone, accustomed to saddle or harness, rising three yeats. _ Terms at sale._' 2288 BOKSBS, MASKS, A it lt E>X&X.X£S, (UV ORDER OF THE EXECUTRIX.) MK. SAMUEL LYONS has been instructed to Sell by Auction, at'the New Cattle Market, on SATURDAY, the 20th instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely, 9 Horses . 9 Fillies 2 MATH having foals and in foal. 2« From the celebrated Stud of the bte Mr. George Harper, of Abbotsford, which is too well known to the sporting wrrld to require any comment from the Auctioneer. Terms at Sale. BVaOK-SXlZT TBA. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction, at his Mart, the corner of Gcorgc-street »nd Charlotte-place, on SATURDAY, the lOih instant, at eleven o'clock, Fifty-three broken chests Hyson.skin Tea Terms at sale. " 2280 VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVA ASSORT . MENT, ninon wx...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

For Newcastle and Port Macquarie. The Port Macquarie Steam   Packet MAITLAND, William Parsons, master, will   leave the Commercial Wharf   THIS EVENING, the 18 th   Instant, at six PM. 2260   "SEAHORSE" STEAM SHIP. Steam Communication between Sydney Van Diemen's Land, and Port Phillip. THE STEAM SHIP         SEAHORSE     will leave Sydney for Port         Phillip, on Saturday the 17th   September, and return from Williams Town | (Port Phillip), on Saturday the 24th, calling at   George Town both going and returning. Further information obtained on application to BOYD and CO., 082 Unwin's Buildings. Custom House   Per Clarence Town and Williams River. The Fine New Cutter     LUCY ANN,     now lying at H...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. Fito« London Diukct.-Sparta*, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 2-5. New York Packet, SOO, Gregory, merchandise, Lord Western, 4<itf, liierchandiüc. Abbotsford, 407, Chuinber», had sailed. Duke of Manchester, SOO, April. St. George, 3S3, Sughritc, April 2ri. "Giraffe, ¡lill-, Mooie. Glensieilly, merchandise, Muy. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3>t Ceylon, 253, Hurry, nierch¡iud¡M!, lud sailed.." Eden, 420, Iloyce, merchandise, April'30. Tapley, S JO Mallorv, nierchtiñtliic.- 'Sorif of Commerce, 431, Williams. Harlequin, 350, Hurrisnii, liierehaiidise. April 2,3. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, April 2. Aden, 422, Waddel, mei chandise, Apiil lo. Morley, 580, Evans, iiierchamlUe, April 2,7. From Plymouth.-'Iheresa, emigrunts, had sailed. From Liverpool.-Vesper. Iona. Ocean, 560, Ward. Colombian, 276, Wakem, April. Westbrook. Fa.*"« Scotland.-Duke, of Richmond, mer- chandise, Murch 11. North ¡fritan. From Port Phillii'.-Jmne Christie. Christina. ...

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