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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 25th alt. to the 1st Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney Qeneral Trade List.   Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 25 th ult. to the 1st Instant, inclusive. July 26.—CAMDEN (ship), 432 tons, Fulcher master,   from London, J. F. Church & Co. agents; 198 male prisoner, and government stores. 28.—MAID OF THE MILL (schooner), 14 tons. Mosman master, from Twofold Day, J. Learmonth agent, 80 packages staves, 5 empty casks, 40 bundles hoops, 26 bundles hoop iron, 14 bars iron, C. Staples. 28.—CURRENCY LASS (schooner), 90 tons, Buckell master, from New Zealand, H. Donnison agent, 20 tons flax, 5 loads spars, H. Donnison.   28.—GEORGIANA (ship), 403 tons. Thompson master,   from London, G. Bunn agent, 180 male prisoners, and government stores.   29.—EXMOUTH (ship), 723 tons, Warren master, from London, W. Walker & Co. agents, 293 male pri- soners, and government stores.   Augus...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. New Zealand—GUIDE, 147 tons. R. Jones agent, 7th instant. Launceston— BRITANNIA, 193 tons, H. Don- nison agent, 13th instant.

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RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 30th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 30th July. - - - - - - - - - - - - - £ s. d. Wheat, best Hunter's River.. 0 6 6 p. bus. of 60lbs. Middling, ditto.....0 5 3 ditto ditto   Light, dirty ditto...... 0 3 10 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto...... 0 2 6 ditto of 50lbs. Worst, ditto....... 0 1 10 ditto ditto Maize, best ditto........0 2 2½ do. measuremt. Worst, ditto....... 0 1 6 ditto ditto Colonial Tobacco, best....... 0 2 0 per lb. Middling, ditto....... 0 1 9 ditto Potatoes, new .......... 5 8 0 per ton Old, dilto .......... 3 7 0 ditto Cheese, good .................. 2 14 0 per cwt. W. C. PUDDEFOO'T,   Commission Agent, George-street.

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Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market ( Sterling) Prices.   Ale, English—Hhd. £4 a £6 do. doz. 12s 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,....percwt. 14 a 16 Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue........lb. 2 a 00 Bread, 2lb. loaf, 4d a 0s 4½d Butter, fresh....2s 3 a 2 6 salt......1 3 a 2 0 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 60 Calves,...." 6 a 8 Sheep,...." 4 a 5 Pigs,....." 7 a 10   do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb. 1s9d a 0s0d 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, ,... 20s 0d—16s 0d Cooper, .... 14 0 —10 0 Darling Mill. 00 0— 00 0 Dixon,......20 ...

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REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR.   SHIPS—H. M. S, Comet, Australian, Louisa, Lucy Ann, Sir Francis Freeling, Renown, Eleanor, Ducken- field, Kains, Camden, Georgiana, Exmouth, Nelson, Funchall, Sir George Murray, Elizabeth, Palambam, Caroline. Curler, and Donna Carmelita. BRIGS—Mary Elizabeth, Britannia, Guide, Genii, Amity, and Governor Philip. SCHOONERS—Admiral Gifford, Schnapper. Cur- rency Lass, Prince of Denmark, Madeira Packet, Re- solution, Prince Regent, Isabella, and Active.       CUTTERS—Lætitia Bingham, Pandora, and Emma Kemp.

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Coastwise from the 25th ult. to, the 1st Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Coastwise from the 25th ult. to the 1st Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. BETSY, 14 tons, Melville, Brisbane Water shingles.— SALLY, 17 tons, Steele, Illawarra, cedar.—BEE, 14 tons, Friend, ditto, sundries.—HOPE, 24 tons. Brown, Newcastle, coals.—SARAH, 10 tons, Le Bass, Port Macquarie, ballast.—YOUNG STAR, 12 tons, Peat, Hawkesbury, sundries.—ALICE, 10 tons, Clavell, Il- lawarra, cedar.—CALEDONIA, 26 tons, Griffin, New- castle, sundries.—JANE, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, sundries.—SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, New castle, ditto.—LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Ste- phens, ditto.—SNAPPER, 51 tons, Hall, Newcastle, coals.—GLATTON, 13 tons, Pickett, ditto, ditto. SHAMROCK, 26 tons, Williams, ditto, ditto.—RED POLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, lime.—NANCY, 10 tons, Corbeys, Hawkesbury, mangrove ashes. OUTWARDS.     MARY ANNE, 7 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, sun-   dries.—BETSY, 14 tons, Meadows, Brisbane Water, bal- last.—CHARLOTTE, 10 tons, Brown...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. NOTICE is hereby given, that Fa- milies who are in want of FEMALE SER- VANTS may be supplied from the Prisoners arrived in the ship PALAMBAM, from Cork, provided they apply according to the established form, on or before Tuesday, the 9th Instant. Printed Forms for this purpose may he obtained by applying at the Office of the Principal Superintendent of Convicts.   By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

FOR BATAVIA.   THE Fine First Class Ship CUR- LER, Captain JAMES BOYD, 372 Tons,   Will sail for the above Port in fourteen days. For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board ; or to JOHN TOOTH. Queen-street, 4th August, 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,   The Cutter Brisbane,     FIFTEEN Tons Burthen, and well   adapted for the Coasting Trade.       For further particulars, apply to Mr. THOMAS BARKER, Steam Engine Flour Warehouse, Bathurst- street, Sydney. THE SURPRISE     Parramatta Steam Packet, Leaves the Lord Liverpool Wharf, Sydney.   MONDAY, 8th August, at...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Domestic Intelligence. ——o———     Tt is said, that Messrs. Yeomans and Singleton are the projectors of the intended expedition down Pitt River, which will commence in the month of October, and they have offered to find provision for any persons, to the amount of twelve, that will accompany them, should the result of the expedition be to trace the river into the Gulf of Carpentaria, and they succeed, the adventurous party will deserve to be handsomly rewarded by the Colonial Government as an in- ducement to further researches. —— The ship Palambam, which arrived from Cork on Sunday week, brings out fifty free girls, they are to be in- dented to persons of respectability for the period of three years, who are bound to find them in board, lodging, and clothing, and to send them to Church once a week ; each master is also to pay into the savings bank at the expiration of every year the sum of two pounds, which will be given to the girl on the expiration of her ...

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Government Order. (No. 22.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Government Order. (No. 22.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. LAND REGULATIONS. HlS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that all Crown Lands will in   future be disposed of only, according to the Regula- tions published in the Government Notice of the First of last month ; and that the following course of pro- ceeding will be observed in carrying the same into effect.   SALE. 1.— As soon as the necesssry arrangements have been, completed, with respect to the survey of a Parish, notice will be published in the Gazette, that a Chart thereof will be exhibited in the Surveyor-General's Of-   fice for public information, shewing its Boundaries,   the public Reserves, the Lands already appropriated, and those remaining for Sale ; the latter being di- vided by lines into sections of one square mile, or six hundred and forty acres, as nearly as practicable,   and each section, distinguished by...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD.' Gentlemen.—I have without the least hesitation deemed it necessary to request you will have the goodness to give this the publicity your highly valued and widely circulated paper so fully commands ; and I feel at the same time convinced, that you will have but one opinion on the subject I have now to commu- nicate,—one of vital importance to every settler in this colony, and that your comments will freely and independently follow as a matter of course. In the late economical regulations issued by the authorities, and now in force, with a praiseworthy view of reducing the colonial expenditure in the as- signment of servants, I have to point out many insu- perable objections :—In the first place, masters are to pay twenty shillings for every assigned servant they may receive from the ship or road stations, as a remu- neration to Government for slops, this I must confess is but fair and just ; but how are we settlers in th...

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English [?]rtracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

English Extracts. A new daily paper has been started in Dublin, the title of which is 'The Dublin Times." The London Times disclaims having any connexion with it. On the reading of letters respecting the defeat of the Russians on the banks of the Vistula, (in the Chamber of Deputies,) General Lamarque laughed, rubbed his hands, and manifested all the signs of ex- treme rejoicing. Paris was partly illuminated on the news being made public. The Polish artillery in the late engagements with the Russians, was mostly officered by Frenchmen. One of the speakers in the Common Hall, gave Mr. Horace Twiss a most excellent lecture, as to the manner he was returned a member of Parliament. He (says the speaker) is returned by 22 votes, the place being one of ten belonging to the family of the Holmes. An account of Sir Robert Holmes, the founder of the system in the Isle of Wight, is hus noticed in the Pen- sion List of Charles the Second :—"He was a cowardly baffled sea captain, twice boxed, an...

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India [?]rtracts. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

India Extracts. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). The ship Lord Melville, R. Brown, master, was to have left Calcutta for London the 15th of April. The ship City of Edinburgh, Captain McKin- non, was to leave Calcutta the 5th of March. The Mellish, Captain Cowley, left Calcutta for London on the 29th March.   The Emperor of China announces a victory gained over the rebels by his troops, at the same time he notices the cowardice of one General Yung—gan. The Emperor says I pity Yung—gan—but I detest him much more. FREIGHTS FROM CALCUTTA TO LONDON. Dead weight, £4 to £5 ; light freight, £4 10s. to £6. ARMY.—The 89th regiment had embarked from Madras for England, on the 12lh April.   ERIE CANAL.—The amount of toll collected on the Erie Canal in one year, 1828, was 727,150 Spa- nish dollars, 20 cents. The number of boats that ar- rived and departed from Albany, during the season of canal navigation, in 1829, was 12,329 ; the whole quan- tity of down freight, on which toll...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

The Sydney Herald. ——————                 MONDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." We perceive in a contemporary of last week, a violent philippic against the existing Government, regarding the lavish   dispensing of Iand and labourers to cer- tain individuals. This is followed by a more violent tirade against the Governor, for employing in certain official situations a few personal friends. We witness all such attacks with pain. They are beneath the manliness of candid oppo- sition. Why should any public servant be excluded by ties of consanguinity from serving his country. Is not Lord Howick, the Under Secretary in Eng- land, son of Earl Grey ? is not Lord Durham his son-in-law ? Is there any department in which the rule is applica- ble ? who enquires about the man, and not about the duty ? Never, since the Colony was founded, were the variou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

MARRIED.—On Wednesday, August 3, at his own re-       sidence, Sydney, by the Rev. Mr. McGarvie, E. S. Hall, Esq. the Proprietor and Editor of the Sydney Monitor, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late Rich- ard Holmes, of Kentish Town, Middlesex, Esq. one of the Justices of the Peace for that County. On Saturday, August 6, Mr. Rowell, to Miss Soper. BIRTH.—On Monday last, Mrs. Uther, of a daughter. 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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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Cork, on Sunday, the 31st, whence she sailed the 23rd of March, the ship Palambam, Captain Willis, with 114 female prisoners, Sur- geon Superintendent, James Osborne, Esq. ; this vessel also brings 50 girls from the Foundling Hospital of Cork, two matrons, their husbands, and seven children, four females, wives of con- victs living in this Colony, and six of their children. From Madras and Calcutta, the same day, having left the latter place the 29th of May last, the barque Caroline, Captain Tregurtha, with a general cargo of merchandise, and 21 male prisoners, under the charge of Captain Betts, and ten Sepoy soldiers ; Passengers, Cap- tain and Mrs. Betts, three children, and one servant, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Betts, two children, and two servants, Colonel Parker, Bengal Artil- lery, two Misses Parker's, and one servant, Captain Weston, Mrs. Weston, two children, and one servant, Dr. and Mrs. Kenny, Mr. Still, Mr. Grey, Captain Swanson, Madras Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

TURF CLUB. A GENERAL MEETING of the Members of the Turf Club will take place on   Wednesday next, at two o'clock, at Cumming's Hotel. CHARLES D. MOORE, Honorary Secretary. Sydney, 6th August, 1831. On Sale at the   AUSTRALIAN BREWERY,   A Large quantity of HOPS, in Lots to suit Purchasers, Liverpool Salt, ex North Briton. WILLIAM MACDONALD, Iron- monger, George street, having purchased the whole of the SALT by the above vessel, particularly recommends it to the notice of the Settlers, it being fresh, and in every respect suited for the curing of meat.—To be had at his Warehouse, in bags, by the ton or hundred weight. N. B.—A few tons of soft, fine grained, table salt ; although it is unfit for curing meat, it may be recom- mended for dairy purposes. UNION BREWERY, 35, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, BONES & KENDALL have on Sale Colonial Porter,   In Bottles, at 8s. per Dozen, or 6s. and empty Bottles.——Sydney, July 23rd, 1831. COALS. ...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Quarter Sessions.   Monday, August 1.—Before Mr. Foster, Chairman, and Messrs. Therry and Sempill, J. P.'s , SENTENCES.— Richard Harrison, Patrick Hearty, William Brooks, Michael Reardon, Patrick Field, Den- nis Harrigan, John Alsop, Thomas Hardy, and William Holmes, convicted for larceny, were each sentenced to be worked on the roads in irons for six months.   James Wood, Thomas Bowers, Patrick McCarthy, and James Martin, convicted of larceny, were each sentenced to be worked in irons for twelve months. James Callaghan, for a larceny, to be worked in irons for six months. John Kelly, W, J. Stanton, David Smith, and Jere- miah Leary, convicted of larceny, to be each trans- ported for three years to a penal settlement. Terence McGuigan, convicted of larceny, to be trans- ported for three years. Thomas Smith, late master of the schooner Schnap- per, for a larceny, to be imprisoned for six weeks only, in consequence of receiving an excellent ...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 15 August 1831

MARKETS.     A tolerable supply of grain was brought to market this morning, WHEAT sold from 6s. 3d. to 7s. 3d. per bushel, one load from Bathnrst fetched 7s. 6d, MAIZE a shade lower. OATS, BARLEY, and RYE were merely nominal, DAIRY PRODUCE still at the late high quotations. VEGETABLES scarcely any altera- tion. Some descriptions of poultry are advanced in price. Straw was on the rise. In butchers meat there has been no alteration. The cat- tle market was as usual badly supplied, and a small number were sold at the pound at low prices. In horses scarcely any business was done. Pigs were looking up, and in demand.  

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 15 August 1831

Spirits and Tobacco.     Stock on hand 30th ultimo, B; P. Rum, 26,207 gal- lons ; brandy, 43,364 gallons ; gin, 15,213 gallons ; other spirits, 7,628 gallons ; tobacco, 57,839 pounds. Received during the week, (nil.) Delivered for home consumption, B. P. Rum, 3,504 gallons ; brandy, 742 gallons ; gin. 381 gallons ; other spirits, 120 gallons ; tobacco, 5,983¾J pounds. Delivered for exportation, brandy, 1,025 gallons ; other spirits, 325 gallons ; tobacco, 498¾ pounds. Stock on hand 6th instant, B. P. Rum. 22,703 gal- lons ; brandy. 41,597 gallons ; gin, 14,832 gallons ; other spirits, 7,183 gallons ; tobacco, 51,357 pounds. August 6, 1831.

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