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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

1 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Br the Cape papers which came to hand on Saturday, we learn that the Governor was making extensive preparations to re- pair the defeat of Her Majesty's troops fit Fort Natal« the juUaWiuUs °f Ï^M had formally declared that they would not consider themselves subject to British control, contending that the treatment they had recen ed authorised theni to withdraw their allegiance. Five hundred soldi«s, and the fúgate Sonthamplonlmà been sent round to Port Natal to endea- vour to force them to submit. We shall gh e some very interesting extracts on this subject in to-morrow's Herald.

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CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

CAUSE LIST. Tun following is the list of causes entered for trial before Special Juries from this day, inclusive, together willi the day» when cae'h case is to go to trial : Mondav, August 22.-Collins v. Elwin, a remaní;t from Saturday last ; Jones, Chair- man, Sec, v. Young; Potts v. Salting and others. Tuesdav, 23.-Ross v. Gibbes, Cannon v. Keighran, Morgan and another v. Ramsay and another. Wednesday, 2*.-Peek and another v. Peck. Thursday, 25.-No causes entered. Friday, 20.-Moffitt v. Sillitoe. Saturday, 27.-Atkinson v. Lyons, Hamp- den v. Warland. This is the last day for the trial of Special Jury cause?, í

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF JUSTICE and a special Jury. RICHARD PEEK AND ANOTHER V. S. PEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

1AW iNTiuiaaici, j SUPREME COURT.-Civu Side. FllIDAY. Before the Chief Justice and a special Jury. RICHARD I'F.CK AND ANOTHER V. S. TEEK. Counsel foi plaintiffs Mcs«rs Fos'cr ai d Winde) er , attornej, Iitzhardmgc Tor the defend tut, Me3sr Darvill and íisher, at toi ney, Ihm low Tins was an action brought to recover the .mount of an award alleged to be due to the plaintiffs The defendant s counsel moved lorn nonsuit, on the ground that evidence of a scaled instrument could not be givon m ewdence under the picsent declaration His Honor rcseived the points taken, giving loive to defendant to mo\c the Couit in banco, and nu ti noted the Jury to linda verdict for the plaintiff i damages £10IG, 19s 8d subject to the points reserved Saturd\t IIFKI1LEVV1IITL. v fiowlr After the Court lind been opened, and the Jury had taken their seats, His Honor pro duccd a seuled letter, windi, he stated, had been forwarded to him about ten o clock on the preceding evening, and which he under stood conta...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. FROM Launceston, on Saturday last, having left the 14th instant, the brig William, 149 tons, Captain Le Grand, with sundries. Pas- sengers —Mr. Fisher, Mr. Bennett, and one in the steerage. From London, the same day, having left the Downs 10th April, the barque Ceylon, 253 tons, Captain Hurry, with a general cargo. Passenger—Mrs. Hurry. From Port Pliillip, same day, having left   the 12th instant, the brig Christina, 126 tons, Captain Birkenshaw, with sundries. Pas- sengers—Mrs. McDonnell, and two children, Captain Yates, Mr. Smith, Mr. Beaver, Mr. McNider, and thirteen in the steerage. From Manila, same day, having left the 2nd June, the brig Dawson, 22ö tons, Captain Price, with sugar, &c.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

DEPARTURES. For Guam, yesterday, the schooner Velocity, Captain Browning, with sundries. Passengers —Mr. Stoddard and Mr. Prattent. For Singapore, the same day, the ship   Fortfield, Captain Bowman, with cattle, sheep, &c. Passengers—Mr. Younghusband and servant, Mr. Bateman and son, Mr. Jamison, Mr. Todd ; and six in the steerage. For Port Nicholson, the same day, the barque Jane Goudie, Captain Goudie, with sheep, cattle, and horses. Passengers—Mrs. Goudie and four children, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dawson and child, Miss Corran, Messrs. Buttle, O'Farrell, Whitehead, Horrocks, Hilton, Woodward, McGurk, Stevenson, and Dingles ; steerage —Mr. and Mrs. McLittan, Messrs. Johnson, Barnes, Maxwell, and Hull.   For the Mauritius, via Port Essington, the same day, the schooner Lynher, Captain Brouse, with sundries. Passengers—Mrs. Browse, Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus, Mr. Leseur, and Mr. Pellite. For Bombay, the same day, the barque   Eden, Captain Jones, in ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 20.—Helen, 15, Thoms, from the Hawkesbury, with lime; Perseverance, 83,   Graham, from Shoalhaven, with 6 casks pork,   and 3 bales bacon ; Edward, 87, Chambers, from Moreton Bay, with 45 bales wool, &c. ;   Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, from Morpeth, with 20 bales wool, 40 bags potatoes, 65 trusses hay, 50 bags maize, &c. ; Trial, 14, Robinson,from Brisbane Water, with shells ; Louisa, 10, Glover, from Port Aiken, with shells ; Mermaid, 20, Brown, from Brisbane Water, with 9000 feet timber ; Alfred, 12, Horpin, from Brisbane Water, with shells.  

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE MASSACRE OF THE CREW OF THE MARTHA. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

ORXOXtfA* OOtXMMBtOMBmWtU, I THE MASSACRE OF THE CREW OF   THE MARTHA.   To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald Gentleman-That most dreadful occurrence the massacre of the crew of the Martha   seems still shrouded in mystery, and every   additional statement made differs from the previous one. First we have the mate'iit. count: who, it appeared, knew nothing min S of the fate of his captain and boat's crew lili I that they had landed-and, not havltutt-l turned, he concluded that they had biii treacherously dealt with hy the natives. Hi states he could not land, as the only boat Li had would not swim, and he had onlytta hands left on board! the boat sent on ski contained five individuals, including iii captain and supercargo-making the «bolt ship's company but nine, including tile«} tain, supercargo, und mates! Surely this*u not a sufficient crew for such a vojip, especially in a vessel that was declared toll in a dreadful stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

" -- "^ p. "DER.SONS sending Advertisements A for insertion in this Journal, who ¿ire not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will not be inserted. SALES BY AUCTION. To Milliners, Drapers. Tailors« «¿«moral Sealers, and Otilara. F OSS AND LLOYD will sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, the 22nd instant, at eleven o'cloek preciaely, Two Caaea containing Corded silk bonneta Fancy ditto ditto Children's Velvet ditto Fancy silk ditto with velvet scarjfs Two cases mode stocks with bows, Byron stocks, Spanish cloth stocks, räch mode Napier stork«, extra rich satin brocaded stocks, &C.J.&C. One case gauze scarfs and handkerchief« > One case gloves, consisting of girls' habit black and coloured kid, women's habit kid., men'» kid and Berlin, women'» Lisle thread and cotton, &c. &c. One cake superior moleskins One case lace collars One t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

«"CR MORBTOW SAT, ^ajtopL^Rf^AfjM. TUE'fine first clan Sphqoner EDWARD, John Chambers master, is now _loading at the Circular Quay, and j quickly despatched. TJje Rfjffard ¡ia re» abty fins'sja^oaj.'iunft1 offer» a goodoppor; ity tor »"»¡¡«eagers. Apply to (he Master, on bara, or to. THOMAS AGARS, 4M Kent street, North, FOB HOBART IOW«, VOR l'ASSENOERg ONLY. THE fine fast-sailing first-class schooner WATERLILY, Henry Brown, master, will posi |(«ety ogjl for {he above nort on Wednesday «xt. Early ap.'o'líCíUfln fa nepiHarf. Apply S botrd, or to A. and 8. LYONS. »or raaiaHT or oHaaras, 251 tons register, Capt. Wcmiss, _".» will be ready for sea ii} ten dajs. f to the Commander on board ; or, to CAMPBELL, HILL & CO., Jauison-strset. Augmt, 22. 2470 ros«. x.os»»ow oiaacï. Wita itnnioJiato desentela. T H E remark ably fine fast awl inn c ipper brig ívw WILLIAM FVLCHEn, ^^«Ms& A 1. 250 tons, G. P. Steaincj, Sinde?, having nearly ali te^fT*J enzaaed. affords an eligible °PP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

fUsTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. ígs* - _ ¡wa insert, for the information of the Puhlic, 'jjsß* Abstract of all the Public Sale» whick f Skie vlace Wt . T»1S DAY. nia and Lloyd.-At their Rooms, at 11 Í clock, Millinery, Haberdashery, Clothing, inn and Heydon.-At their Mart, at 11 clock, Household Furniture and Mer lundise. ;n.s and Moses.-At their Rooms, at 11 clock, Household Furniture, &c. StuiiUs.-At his Mart, at 12 .o'clock, attages and Grounds iii Crown and Keera reets, Wollongong, twenty Allotments of and at Marylcbone, Surry Hills. ?Mk. Blackman.-At the residence of Mr. ¡gjfccott, Hart's Buildings, Pitt-street, at 11 '¡ynp'clock, Household Furniture, Pianoforte, ^pJifcc. ¡sí». S. Lyons.-At his Mart, at 10 o'clock, ^jjgr'an Diemen's Land Flour, Hardware, &c. ; yAt 11 o'clock, Flour, Tobacco, Cloth, Tweed, iiW-'a-ssimeres and Doeskins, &c. ; at Barker's ¿jjfklills, Susscx-i.treet, nt 12 o'clock, Flour. t|jHi. Pmer..-At his Rooms, at half-past 10 ^ijjfa'cloc...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 20.—Alfred, 12, Horpin, for Bris-     bane Water with sundries ; Lucy Ann, 55, for Williams River, with sundries , Trial, 14, Robinson, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries, Perseverance, 33, Piggins, for the McLeay, in ballast ; Fly, 20, Williams, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; Mary Ann, 9, Farrell, for Pittwater, with sundries, Mermaid, 20, Brown, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Bessy, 51, Weeburn, for the Clarence, with sundries, Mary, 13, Turner, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast.   The William has brought 4250 bushels wheat, 9 bales hay, 9 boxes candles, 7 caro- teels currants, 3 cases groceries, 296 kegs paint, 7 cases merchandise, 16 trusses hay, 2 hogsheads 1 case hams. She did not speak any vessels on the passage up ; and there were no recent arrivals at Launceston. The Ceylon did not speak any other vessel   on the passage than the Caledon...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Seel am I." THE COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

tint Sytmry fttorntiijj f^rrnlTjr. MONDAY, AUGUST 22,1S42. -EC "Sworn to no Master, of no Seel am I." THE COURT OF REQUESTS. Thk Bill now before the Council for altering the constitution of Courts of Re- quests is so very excellent in its principle, that we trust the Council will not separate without passing it into a law. The mon- strous law charges upon recovering small debts are eating up the country : one firm of attorneys boast that last ye.tr the gross receipts of their common law busi- ness amounted to upwards of ¿630,000; and as this Bill will have the effect of con- siderably reducing this portion of lnwyers' receipts, it is easy to see " the profession " is opposed to it. As it is a very decided inroad on the ordinary form of administering justice, or rnther dispensing law, it behoves the Council to proceed cautiously ; and in the first instance it would perhaps be ad» ¡sable to limit the operations of the Act to the county of Cumberland. The return of Air. Plunkett to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. rpHE 'Subscribers to this Paper, x and Hie Public generally, arc respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in adyance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without ïiulf-a-year being paid in advance, for winch ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance being £1 11s. Gd. per half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time willi a written under- taking that all future payments,* both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney. In all cases, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due will be instituted. No Advertisemen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

THE STEAMERS SOVEREIGN, and JAMES WATT, commence running on the Hunter's River e,on or about the 15th instant. Fares ' 10s, Steerage s. Cd. se's Wharf, Auguit 12._2030 "SEAHORSE" STEAM SHIP, »m Communication between Sydney i piemen'* Una, ana »ort Phillip. THE STEAM SHIP SEAHORSE will leave Sydney for Port ¡j. Phillip, on Saturday the 17th ember, and return from Williams Town I Phillip), on Saturday the 24th, calling at _ge Town both going and returning. Further rmation obtained on application to BOYD and CO., Unwin'« Building«. Custom Home. [.OK TBI CUVBNOa »vu, rH E fine fait «ailing schooner II OPE, will leave this wharf for the above Port on Wednesday next. For ¡¡ht or passage, apply to W. H. Sawyer, B E M STOREY. on Wharf, August 20. _ 2444 TOB THI OlAJIINCI XIVSH. SCHOONER SALLY. FTTHE above-named schooner will JL sail for the Clarence River in a few days. For freight or passage ., " .lobert Grimwood, the master, on «d, at Mr. Kellie«.'« Wharf j to Mr. William le, Argyle-itree...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

PORT PHILLIP Melbourne newspapers to the 12th instant came to hand on Saturday ; they are filled with accounts of some extraor- dinary proceedings, in which Mr. Justice Willis bore a conspicuous part. Our readers are aware that Mr. Justice Willis threatened to commit Messrs. Carrington and Ebden for contempt of Court, in endeavouring to serve him with a notice of the order of appeal issued by their Honors the three Judges in Sydney. Acting under legal advice, Mr. Carrington endeavoured to serve the notice upon Mr. Justice Willis as he was entering his chambers, but His Honor shut the door in his face and bolted it. When the Judge left the Court in the afternoon, Mr. Carrington accompanied by Mr. Ebden, followed him, and at a short distance from the Court House endeavoured to serve him with the notice, which His Honor refused to take, and upon Mr. Carrington either touch- ing him with the notice, or throwing it at him, (for there appears some doubt which was the case), His Honor gave...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR GOULBURN       AUGUST 16.-The commercial distress which pervades the length and breadth of the land seems either to affect few in this locality, as if we share in the general depression of the times to the extent they are felt in other dis- tricts, we are determined to Drive dull care away. Two balls are on the tapis, one to be in the Royal Hotel, and the other at the Salutation Inn ; and the amateurs of the turf are making arrangements for their coming fete. Sunday the signs of the times do not portend distress Pomps and vanities are all the go. But, in the midst of these gaieties, the outworks of the churches are progressing : at a meeting of the church trustees, last week, £200 was subscribed towards the completion of the edifice, and the subscription list is getting additions daily; the neat Presbyterian ?   is also about being completed, through the exertions of its friend ; and there is much talk of a n...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

domestic XV rax.x,ioaiTOJi. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Satuiiday. Br.roiii: the Chief Commissioner. moor of claims. In the estate of Thomas Hawkins, a special meeting: John Cameron, £170 lils, lid.; Chambers and Thurlow, £i\ 3s. Id.; Ed- ward Sparke, jim., ¿,'1079 19«. lOd. lu the est ato of John Lasham : B. and S. Cutler, £3 3s.; Jacob Goode, £1 6s. öd. ; Ellen Dougherty, £2. In the estate of Edwnrd Welsh : A. B. Smith and Co., £158; Thomas and Jones, £58 8s. ; Joseph Newton, £181 Is. In the estate of John Neilson, a special meeting: Saul Lyons, £211 Os. 9d. ; Daniel Cooper, merchant, London, £1013 Ills. -Id.; 1<\ Mitchell and Co., £48 7s. 8d. In the estate of Duke and Turner : Tho- mas Smith, £10. A meeting was also held in the estate of Thomas A. Johnson : John Johnstone, £7li. Fhiday. examinations. In the insolvency of S. F. Mann : The insolvent was called by Mr. Micim:, for the trustees, and deposed as follows : 1 believe the agent for the tiustces has my books ; I have...

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ENGLISH [?]TRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

                  ENGLISH EXTRACTS. TAXATION TO MEET DIFFICULTIES. —   What is the country coming to? What   is to be done? No money in the Trea-   sury! Our ships can't sail! The home     squadron lying idle! The workmen in our naval yards, arsenals, &c., unpaid, and all grumbling! Our difficulties with   England growing darker, and our defences stopped in their progress for want of means! What is to be done? Congress     is three months advanced in their session, and still engaged in long speeches and party broils. Intrigues, speeches, and president-making are the order of the day. What is to be done? The Government   must have money, or stand as still as a broken German clock. The remedy is a simple one. We cannot expect to have   all the ben...

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RELIGIOUS ESTABLISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

  RELIGIOUS ESTABLISHMENTS.   The following is a statement of the stations, names, and salaries, and allowances, of the several clergymen of New South Wales, (ex- clusively of Port Phillip), as provided for in the Estimates for the year 1843 : UNITED CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND. The Lord Bishop £ s. d. of Australia . W. G. Brough- ton, D.D. . 2000 0 0     Sydney,- St Philip's /Rev.W.Cowper 460 0 0 I. C. Grills 200 0 0           St. James' . . R. Allwood . 200 0 0 St. Lawrence . W. H. Walsh. 200 0 0 St. Andrew's . B. L. Watson. 200 0 0 Ashfield . . . W. Stone . . 150 0 0 Cook's River. . T. Steele . . 225 0 0 Parramatta . . H. H. Bobart. 200 0 0 Hunter's Hill and Lane Cove . G. E. Turner . 212 0 0 Prospect ... J. Troughton. 150 0 0 Liverpool. . .J. Duffus . . 200 0 0 Narrellan, &c. . T. Hassall. . 355 12 6 Appin . . . . H. D. D. Spar- ling ... 150 0 0 Campbell...

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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

Í SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS, , I Monday, August 15. Before the Chairman, two Magistrates, and a Common Jury. The Court of QuarterS3ssions was re-opened On Monday for the d isposal of the cases rc niaiiHtig over for trial from last week. The . following is a summary of the proceedings : William Gilbert, bond, illegally nt large with fire arms in his .possession ; guilty sentenced to transportation lo a penn! settle- ment for life, with an intimation that His Ex- cellency the Governor would he recommended to commute his sentence to three years' labour in an ironed gang. William Hathaway, free by servitude, em- bezzlement; guilty-seven years' transporta- tion to a penal settlement. Michael Nugent, bond, highway robbery ; guilty-transportation for life to a penal set- tlement. Joseph Oxley, bond, burglary ; guilty-two years' labour in an ironed gang. Richard Lowden, free hy servitude, larceny; guilty-eighteen months' labour in an ironed gang. John Furlong, came freo, larceny j guilty six ...

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