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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

S EDUCATI ON. Tun following is.an extract of a Sermon preached by the late. Rev. Richard .Watson, one of the Secre tariei of the Wesleyan. Mssionary : Society, in, the Wesleyan Chapel, Great Queen Street, :London, to the teachers: ot. the Sunday School, Union, when op wards of 1600 teachers were present. We consider (says he) the subject of education generally. Perhaps no word, so frequently heard, has in modern times been used with less perception of its import. Iri the sense in which it is usually taken, it signifies instruction in ,letters, hnumanscience, and in various accomplishments of the mind and body. So entirely distinct is it considered from moral, .and especially from religious instruction, that when the particulir process is spoken of by which the trtiths of our divine religion are colmmunicated to the mind, and impressed upon the heart, we are. obliged, in order to make.ourselves understood, to prefix an epithet to the term, and call it a religious education. This excl...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

WEDNESDAY' JUNE 3, 1835. I. Council mt pursuant to adjournmiient;, His Excellency:' the 'Governor in the"chair.--Post Office' Bil re-considered andiarnended. To be firther;considered on Tuesdiy next Council adjourned: at four o'clock, until Tues day next at ten o'clock. S.ORDERS OF iTHE DAY.. 1 i TUESDAY, JUNE 9. . 1. Norfolk: Island Court Bill; third ?reading: ' 2. Stage Coach: Bill; second reiading. 3. Post Office Bill ;further? conisidered::. TUESDAIY, JUNE 1 1. =Parisha Roads Bill. E. DEAS TTHOMSON ?" S Clerk oif the Council:

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

=TIDE T'ABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY.' Day.? l ,High Water. Aun . Aeof . O. `1' PV??El i ? I?ns. I R'et. M oos. Thursday . 2 .0 2 .28 7 5 .4 55 9 Friday.. 5 2 50 3 32 7 5 4 55 10 Saturlny.. 0 4 5 4 35 -7 5 4'55 11 SAldtay .. 7 "5 15 5 .4a3 ' 0, 4 54 I1 MoitdayH:. 8 0 12 0 40' 7 4. '54 ]a". Tilesday ..: 0 7 13 7 4217 0 '4 54 I14 WcdnesdayO10 ,8 :.10 8 30 7 0: 0 .4 G4li ;}

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English Extracts. NATIONAL EDUCATION. TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RUSSELL. LETTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

";NATIONAL EDUCATION.I [vnROMz TIIE LONDON PATRIOT.) T0 TIHE RIGHT .UON.' LORD JOHN RUSSELL. MY .LoR,--Hiti:erto. the,varions nations, of Christ endom,' in recognizing religion, ihave judged it neces sary to consider her Divine truths' as .inseparable from' the 'particular form "?or aspect in. which, centuries ago, they 'were.viewed by a certain mind, or class of minds; and it, has 'been: the. policy of ecclesiastical _ rulers, to niaintain,- that. any deviation from the prescribed mode of their reception,-any alteration of position by which .the lights and shadows of the mind. might-be left free to fall on other portions of the picture, would A be -equivalent ' to :absolute Sshutting of the.eye, or to a total change in the great object of. vision. 'Hence, symbols of ,various kinds --creeds and catechisms, sanctioned by the councils of the Church,' long usurped over the mass ofe minds an i authority, which ought never to have, been transferred from the Divine Record.. So long as soc...

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Colonial Statistics. POLICE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

ý: eolonial .tattetitc. POLICE OF THE COLONY. :TIE appointment of a Committee of the Legis lative Council 'on the subject: of :the Police of the Colony, and the present 'excitemeint, on that iiiportant subject in 'the'i town of Sydney; have induced us to' transfer, under the head of Co lonial Statistics, the following Rules,:and Regun. lations for the Foot Patrol: Establishment of the Police. Office, Bow Street,, London. If such a paper does not exactly come. uwider the head of Colonial Statistics; trust the' sttisticsstiof this colony w.ill 'soon exhibit something not uiilike. the system which it describes : RULES, ORDERS, and IEOGULATIONS for the Go .vernment and Observance of the Foot Patrol: Establishment,' telonging to the Public QOftie?. S:Bo Stireet,,Lon:dbn.-(,Fro, the Report .of: the `Select Cbonwiiittee, o?f' the -Rouse I? Comb. mrons, on the Police fJ' the Metropolis). Be Sober, be Vigilant. I. THE Foot Patrol are under tie superintendence, ordersandii directions of'Sir R...

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

VOTES iAND 'PROCEEDINGS OF ,.THE :LEGISLATIV'E?: COUNCIL. TiSUASY, JUNE 2, 1835." ý ..'i Couincil met, pursuant to adjournment, Hlis ;xcellency the (Governor took the chair. and laid aon .the taible-A `Return: of the, number and :i'iiht of Colonial Newspapers trainsmitted by ':ost into the .interior :of the colony in the week ending My V23, 1835 .2. Post Ofica Bill, read a second time ;, com Siitted ancld amended, inid further consideration :,eferred 'initil to-morrow:. 3. Noi?'rOlk Island Court Bill further consi dered; to be. rad a third time ori nTuesday next. 4. Commissioners , Claims Bill, read, a third 'time and passed. read a third 5. Summary Proceedings Bill, read a third time and passed. :6. His Excellency the Governor laid':u pon the table-A Bill for regulating Stage Coaches and other Carriages 'travelling fbr Hire in New South Wales; Bill read ;a first time; , to be printed,' and read a second rtime ori Tuiesday next. Council adjourned at five o'clock, until to morrow at ...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST Richmond, May 29, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

r:t:igitnal Qtorrsponetnce. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST Richmond, May 29, 1835. 'IR,--In reply to the enquiries of a contractor c-ontained in T//ieS;dneqy Monitor, of the 20th of ;'.this monitlh,: ailressed to the Committee of the iHawkesbury Benevolent Society, relative to the sale of eighty head of fat cattle (the property of that Society), I.. be' to disclaim any partici :pation in..that tr~nsaction, and to express my :.tegret, that any party should have been disap . oainted by such private'sale,: and further to sta'e straiige as it may , appear), that 'the'l ules of the I:.bove Society, together with the Deed of Trust, .esting. the funds iii five Trustees (myself being ' one of the nuimber), have been mislaid or pur posely withlkeld from'the Commiitee Ibr the last two years. As my. only object in this article -is to disclaim 'any?:? phrthciration, inr traisactions Icnducted withouatdte" reie ard to that publlicity, ' hich is n,-cessary -to be observed at all times in the manag...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

[ERnoM THE SOUTH AFRICAN ADVERTISER.] Ovn prediction of last week has been happily fulfil led. The colony has been effectually cleaed of the. enemy. During the week previous to the date of the latest 'intelligence, only a straggler here and there could be discovered by the numerous and active Patroles on this side of the Fisi River, and, by this time there is riot probably a single hostile Caffer withih our Territories. For the incidernts of the weak, we mnst 'again" refer to Extracts fram the Graham's Town' Journal on which, lihowever, we "imst; con'ess :niuch .reliance cannot be :placed. Fear and- Hatred seem' to have ,razed the :".brain of the hon'est 'gentleman who conducts 'fhit' Register; ' HRe and Jeremias Bower have certainl? come within ithedanger of Col. Smith's energtic warnings, and it they escape the drum-head they iilay with good' reason say that:-," they have not been fairly dealt with !" The Covernor and Commander -in Chief is still at 'Head Quarters in 'trahani's To...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

PUBLIC MEETIN.G.. '.. TuE Meeting, announced in' our last inuiiber ,to take into consideration Mr. Ri t. . Bulwer's letter .to 'Sir John Jamison, was hefd in ''the Court.. House, Sydney,. on Friday : last. The attendance was respectable, but not byaniy mea?s so much so as might. have .been expected, con sidering .the number of ; gentlemen: from the interior:in Sydney, on the occasion of 'tle levee and ball at Government House, on Thursday last, in honour of His Majesty's Birth day. The Meeting was also a remarkable tame one. In deed there was nothing particularly e::citing either in the circumstances in which it.originm·,t d, :or-in the object sit. had in' v :V"TIhe ýoltl ; of 15001. a-year for fobur years, to provide sala ries for a parliamentary agent to get up a Colo nial Board, to act as a sort of fly wheel upon the House of Conmmons, in .order to induce the said House to.grant us a' Colonial Repr?sintii-. tion is evidently a very roundabout Nay ofgoing. to:work in endeavouring ...

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THE LATE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

THE LATE, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. The :Observer gives the following eulogy" on His Royal Highness: " HeI- was exemplary in all the relations of life. He was constitutionally of a kind and affectionate disposition, which it was the great and constant object of his life to cultivate and to evince by all practical means. His charitable and humane acts were numerous as they were unostenta tious. Not only had he a heart to feel for the wants of others placed by Providence in less favourable cir cumstances than himself, but he had also A hand open as day to melting charity. In his death the poor of the neighbourhood of 1Baf shot have indeed lost a friend, while several charita ble institutions in the metropolis and elsewhere have at once lost their patron and most liberal supporter. His Royal Highness was a man of the most straight forward and upright, as well as benevolent character. IHe acted from principle. His convictions of. right were the great guiding rule of his conduct. Of thi amiabl...

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OUR CONTEMPORARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

OUR CONTEMPORARIES. WE seldom trouble ourselves either with reading or with answering the remarks of our contempo raries on: the articles' published in, this paper; but, as a medical man will eithler from duty or curiosity look into the.. hospital, to see hlow the culprit whohasbeen flogged under his superintend ence is getting on, we happened to cast our eye a few..days ago over an article dedicated to our selves i. a recent number of The Sydney. Gzette, and stumbled all, at once upon the following sen timnnent. We (that is, Messrs. Watt and O'Sliaughnessy) ,ask those -furictionaries (that is tbh police magis. trateb---a class 'of functionaries, who of.course 'have a good deal of experience as to the origin, causes, and effects of flagellation) whether they huhye not lately seen publications (alluding of course to our recent articles exposing the enor,: mitie. of the system 'which allows such men as the individuals iri question to have the. manage ment of the press in this convict ...

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THE AERIAL SHIP IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

TE E AERIAL SHIP. IN PAIIS.:: THrERE has been for some time past exhiibitin ?9 the preiriises of the Aeroniuitical Society 'of Pai ris, m: the Champs Elysees, what a;ight 1 io? unaptly be termed a' monstrous ballobn. Tlii novel' conveyance 'consisted of a balloonr f 1'34 f?ei long, 34 feet high, arid abouit 25 feet:' ide; It was in'the form' of the air2bladder-of aiifi .' rath'er, i'ide .in the Imi'ddle, :whilsi the ,eids ?wer . in the form of pointed" cones.. A balloon in.,fijj shape would meet with:.six .times 'less resistancee than one in -a round form-; and that which we are. describing was calculated' to raise: a weight.: of 6500 lbs., .iThe. car; ,:whicih - :was :'made~:if. wicker-work; painted tri-colour, :was sixtysizi. feet :loiig,';and v?ery narrow, :with seatsi (also: made of wicker-work) .across i t tregular di tances;; thirty persons :coiild be accom?nidatted in the' car, which was fixedd'immedititelin'der. the;::billoon, contrarywise to:tl ?e, pliihitherto followed, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

ý1ºbevttenttent0. TO OUR SSO1SCR LIERS. : its requested that the First Quarter's Subscr'ption ! for this Paper niay be paid either at the Office or :to the Collector, Mr. George Williams, who is au .. thorised to deliver printed receipts to Subscribers in S.ydney. Those in the interior will have the good neas to pay the amount of their Subscription to the Agents in their respective districts. K. MUNRO. Colonist Office, Sydney, April 30, 1835. S15,000 BUSHELS Or BARLaET.y., 4? i? EQU1RED at the Albion Brewery, Fifteen Thousand Bushels of BARLEY for Malting, iand'for which the market price will be given. JOHN TERRY HUGHES. Sydney, June 4, 1835. · , B' ,L STR?LY orrzCE WoA sEn.VAWTS, .... KING STREET EAST, SYDNEY, (The Residence of Mr. Gordonovitch.) E.- ROSS begs leave to announce to his best Sv Friends1 the Public, that he has opened a RE SISTRY' O1' FICE for Servants of all descriptions, and :pledges himself that every attention shall be S aidto the orders he may be honoured with fr...

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Literature and Science. HISTORY OF STEAM NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

rtteratute a ub '+CtelCe. .HISTORY OF STEAM NAVIGATION.. [ FROMTE EDINBURGH OBSERVER.] STEAM navigation, which ;has inade -such gigantic progress in the western hemisphere, is ,only in its infancy with us. A continental' journal says that preparations are miaking for its introduction. into the' Mediterranean anrd' the A'driatic, bri :ao scale more +stupendous than hithierto contem plated, .witviththe view of connecting' the states which border on these huge inland seas, with tlhe fertile colonies of thie East,. through the Red Sea and, the G.ulf' of' Arabia, And: when .in:future' ages, by.: this accelerating means of communica tion,.the remote corners of the earth shall. have been: drawn together, the search of the curious will be directed with the same intensity towards the': inventor .of steam= navigtion, as'it'has'been in byegqone ages to' the inventors of glass; gun lpowvder, :fi'e-arms, and the" mariiier's compass. A greater blessing art or skill hlis not ?hnferred on man. It t...

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Colonial Politics. COLONIAL PATRIOTS; OR THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

Sloenial Poltic . S;OLONIAL PATRIOTS; OR THE DITOR oF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. THEEi are few individuals who have occupied so prominent a place in the field of vision in this .olotly,:for the last eight or nine years, or who i ave exercised so powerful an influence on this oi munity-whether for good or for evil we shall e :: - hereafter--as the onae whose designation we have placed at the head of this aiticle, and whose political character we intend to submit forthwith for the benefit of the public at large, to the pro cess of dissection. MR. EDWARD SMITIE HALL arrived inl New Soutli Wales during the reign of the' late 'Go vernor. MAcQUA.IE-that golden. age in the past S:: -history of this colony, whiclill ever be remem :: ered-and deplored= byr all' its true' frienrds as the :eraof thiRu HOSPIrTAl, and of :various other S.Governient measures- equally 'exceptionable in their character, and demoralizing in their, ten .:den:cy-:: that; age, in short, .of. which Mr. HALL himself uniformly d...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

Aftjipvting Jnt tiieu~es.t ARRIVALS. ?iy '27. ?-G0overnor Phillips (Government brig), Lewis, from.Moreton B'ay 22nd ult., with suindries. Passengers-l-Mr.~ Welman, Mr. Murray, ..~assistant surgeon, one officer, three sergeants and twenty rank ann file of tae-11th Regt., fouir worien, nine children, seventy-one male, and three'.. female, prisonirs of the' Crown. May 27.-William the Fourthi (steamer), 'from Por ' M acquarie. May 28.-Maria (schooner), Milne, from IHobart Town :20th ult.,,,witlh sundries. "Passenigers---Mr. Herry iBenjamin~ ,Mr. John B3est, 'and .M-iss 'Elleii Rankin; ' ,e SMay 28.--' Hariett ',(brig); Tupper, from, Swan River, via Hobart Town,'havinn sailed fr'i "the first .mentioned place, the '27th 'Aprl, andi from tlie latter the '16th ult.;- with tierchandise.? Passenger.--Mr;. Thomas Doran ',, -May 30.-Nimrod' (brig), Wiseman, frorii Lahn cestoh, 20th ult.,.with:. uunidries.;' Passengers-Mr' George Stewart, Mr~ R'lobert Atkinson' and. Mr¢. Atkinson. -'' ' ' 1 '".:...

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THE ANDROMEDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 4 June 1835

THE ANDROMEDA. [ FROM A CORRESPONDENT.]   THE 'Andromeda' which left Launceston the latter end of May, and which put into this port a short time since in a leaky state, took in a   considerable part of her cargo (180 tons of Mimosa bark) at Western Port, an inlet situate on the southern coast of New Holland. Whilst taking in the bark, and when the shipment was nearly completed, a numerous tribe of aborigines made their appearance, of whom twelve were invited on board and treated in a most hospitable manner by Captain Gales; but, unfortunately, his kindness was thrown away ; for, on the fol- lowing morning, after the crew had gone on board, the' blacks proceeded to demolish the bark cart, carefully extracting from the frag- ments every particle of iron, with which they retired into the interior, taking with them at the same time, the implements used in the process of barking. So soon as Captain Gales was made aware of his loss, his crew, each armed with a mu...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 11 June 1835

TIDE TABLE '&c. FOR: SYDNEY. Da ..High Water: Sun .meof as. ,oR.. I ýVEN. I ?is ?s. I -?.t.. Moon. Thiursday. 11 8 56 9 10 7 6 4 564, 16 Friday..:12: 09-30 9 50 7- 4 53 17 Saturday.. 13 10 .5 10 25 7, 7'' 4 53 18 Sunday *:. 14' 1( 45 11 o 0 7 7` rL4 53 19 Mnnilay..' 15 11. 11 35 '7- 7 .4' 53 20 -Tuesday.., 16 i 11-56 - - 7 7 4 ,53 21 Wednesdayl7, 0 ..29: _ 46 7: 7 :4- 53 22

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 11 June 1835

imPp tng IEntenteegni' e ARRIVALS. . June 4.--Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers). from Newcaetle. June. 6.-Caroline (schooner) fromi:;Newcastle with coals. June 7.-William the + Fourth:, (steamer) .:from Port "Macqiarie. ' Juine 8. Lambtoni (cutter)'fiom: Prt Stephen. June 8.-Hersey (brig) Greenwood, from, the Cape of Good: Hope, via' Hobart T?own, having sailed from the former place the 22nd February, and from the'latter, the 1st inst. Cargo-Wine.?. S DEPARTURES. 'June 4. -Arg (brig) Billing, for Hobart ToWn, with 'sundries. `June.-Sophia lane, and Tamar (steamers) for Newcastle. ': June 5.' Ulitea, (sclidiooner) Huterk for New, Zealandnand.Society Isles, with sundries+ .' June 8.-Isabella, (Government schooner) for Moreton Bay. Jun e 8.-Sophia+ Jane, and Taa?ar (steamers) for Newcastle. _. ` :June 9.-William. the -Fourth (steamer) for tlhe Manning River, and Port Macquarie. ; PROJECTED DEPARTURES.'_ . Maria, (schoooier) Milne for Hobart Town )this Siren, (brig) Munro' for- Hobart I'...

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RESOLUTIONS OF THE COOTEHILL DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL UNION; WITH REMARKS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 11 June 1835

RESOLUTIONS OF THE COOTEHILL: DIS - .ITRICT EDUCATIONAL" UNION;' WITH. REMARKS, &c. AT a 'meeting of a few clerical friends, held in Coote-- hill, on the 6th August, 1832,Iand. subsequent. occa sions, the following.. Resolutions, relative to,.. the National System of' Education,, were unanimously, adopted. RESOLUTIONS. 1 :That the individuals now present; being' fully apprised 'that schools under the national.'system' oi f education are about to be established in the imme-? diate neighbourhood; and being convinced that~'uiinbi among friends of Scriptural education is: thel best means to give efficacy to to individual; effort,--do form themselves into a 'society," to 'be "denoininated, The " Cootehill, District. Educational Union," :for the purpose . of promoting, so far as this Unioni shall extend, a'pure Scriptural "educdtion, founded upon the uinrestricted admission' of the ENTIRE word of God.; 2. That this Union feel deep and increasing regret at the withdrawal of the Gov...

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