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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Shipping Intelligence. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. &nbsp; The barque Lynx returned to port on Tuesday last, (part of the crew having refused to work), with 105 tuns of sperm oil. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. From Port Stephens, the same day, the cutter Lambton. From New Zealand, on Friday, the brig Tran- mere. Lading, flax. &nbsp; Passengers by the Australia, Mr. Syers, Mr. Robert Scott, Mrs. Scott, Miss Scott, Mr. G. H. Bettington, Dr. Turner, Miss Elisabeth Brown, and Master Byers. Arrived, on Sunday, the 28th of August, the ship Proteus, Captain Brown, from London, the 14th of April, via Hobart Town. Passengers. Captain Low, 16th Lancers, Lieutenant Reily, 14th Light Infantry, Thomas Logan, Esq. R. N. This ship has on board seven runaway convicts, from this colony, and a detachment of the 16th Lancers, under the command of Captain Low. Also, the same day, the Elizabeth, from New Zealand. Departures, on Sunday, the 28th of August, H. M. S. Co...
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Australian Price Current. 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 00 Biscuit,....per cwt. 14 a 16 Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue........lb. 2 a 00 Bread, 2lb. loaf, 4d a 0s 4½d Butler, fresh....2s 0 a 2 6 salt....... 1 6 a 1 9 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 &nbsp; 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. 1s 9d a 0s 0d 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. 8d a 0 10 Flax, New Zea.ton, £18 a £20 Flour, 100 lbs. fine 2nds &nbsp; Barker, .... 20s 0d—16 s 0d Longford, .. 19 0—15 0 Darling Mill. 00 0—00 0 Dixon,..... 20 0 —17 0 Girard, .... 20 0—16 0 Vickers...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." Our readers will observe in our pre- sent number, a government notice, an- nouncing the intended establishment of King's Schools at Sydney and Parramatta. We are happy to perceive that the impor- tant subject of Education is making rapid advances in Australia, and trust that the adage of "Knowledge is power" will be verified, as far as regards us colonists, to the extent that is desired by every well disposed and enlightened individual. If the King's Schools adopt a liberal and extended system of education, we have no doubt they will be well suppor- ted, and they shall have our cordial ap- proval. But if intolerance, or any exclu- sive or illiberal system be attempted, we are sure that the colonists of Australia will neither countenance nor support them ; and the formation of these Institutions, which are calculated to promote the best interests of our rising colony, would not only retard the profes...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; HOUSE OF LORDS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14. &nbsp; The Annual INDEMNITY BILL was read a first time BEER BILL.—The Earl of Malmesbury called the attention of the House to the Beer Bill of last Session, which was injurious to the Country, and moved for a return of the number of licenses. This was opposed by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Carnarvon, and others. The Archbishop of York presented numerous petitions against the Slave Trade. REFORM.—Lord Haddington presented a petition from Edinburgh, praying for Reform ; he thought the time was come, when it might be extended to Scotland, if modified in its details. For 400 years no- thing like popular election had existed in Scotland ; on the whole, he opposed the Bill, as did the Dukes of Buccleugh and Wellington, and the Earl of Carnar- von, who made a powerful speech against it ; whilst Lord King, the Marquis of Lansdown, and the Lord Chancellor, supported it. Lord Wynford reprobated intetference w...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
The 91st regiment now in Glasgow, had a fine " Buck," a regimental pet, or gift, from their late Colonel, McDonald, which was accustomed to walk at the head of the regiment, as regularly as the drum- major. Some of the officers lately made a present of the "Buck Soldier" to a gentleman, without con- sulting the soldiers ; but a council of war was imme- diately called, as soon as it was known he had been sent away, thirty of their number went off to the new owner's seat, dressed the " Buck Soldier" in re- gimentals, and brought him to town, amid the re- joicings of the whole regiment, The privates subscribed 1 penny each, and placed him in a stable at their own expense, and are determined to keep him in clover as long as he lives for the honor of the Corps. John Lome, a baker in Woolwich, was lately tried for attempting to poison fifteen persons, being the Jury who composed the Inquest on the bodies of three convicts, who had died on board of the hulks. No reason can be assigned for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney,p.Quarter5s.—Single Numberr7d. Country,(post.included) 6s 3d p.Quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. &nbsp; For Eight Lines and under, 2s 6d, and 1d each, for all above ; for every insertion. &nbsp; Public Notice. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 20, 1831. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom, during the last week, viz.— ASIA 4, James Cullen, Adam Moore, Dennis Lynch, Thomas Kelly, Hugh Smith, Michael Fitzpatrick ; BATAVIA, Thomas Fletcher, Thomas Connerton, George Quinnell ; HOOGHLEY 1, Bartholomew Jgo, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas Killien, Thomas O'Neill, William or James Mullaly, Alexander Lane, David McFarard, William &nbsp; Evet ; LONACH, George Fairbrother, John Graham ; MARINERS, Mary Morrissy, Anne Darvey, Rose Hill, Mary Walsh ; MARINER 3, Charles Cutts ; MINSTREL 2, Thomas Kelly ; NORFOLK 1, James Dodd, Robert Thwaites, William Horton, William Nice...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
FOR SALE, the Cutter Brisbane, FIFTEEN Tons Burthen, and well adapted for the Coasting Trade. &nbsp; For further particulars, apply to Mr. THOMAS BARKER, Steam Engine Flour Warehouse, Buthurst- street, Sydney. THE SURPRISE Parramatta Steam Packet, Leaves the Domain side of the Harbour, Sydney. MONDAY, 29th August, at- - - - - - 9 o'clock TUESDAY, 30th do.- - - - - - - 9 ditto WEDNESDAY, 31th do. -~-~~- 10 ditto THURSDAY, 1st September, at - - - - - - 11 ditto FRIDAY, 2nd do. -~- - - - - -12 ditto SATURDAY, 3rd do. ~~-- - - - - 1 ditto SUNDAY, 4th do. --~-~ - - - - 9 ditto Leaves the Steam Packet Wharf, Parramatta. MONDAY, 29th August, at- - - - - - 3 o'clock TUESDAY, 30th do.- - - - - - - 3 ditto WEDNESDAY, 31st do. - - - - - - 3 ditto THURSDAY, 1st September, at- - - - - - 3 ditto FRIDAY, 2nd do. half-past - - - - - 3 ditto SATURDAY, 3rd do.- - - - - - 4 ditto SUNDAY, 4th do.- ~ -~ - - 3 ditto Goods received at the Stores of Messrs. SMITH, BROTHERS, Macquarie-place, Sydney....
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 25, 1831. LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Government Notice. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 25, 1831. LAND. THE Governor directs it to be notified with reference to the Government Order of the &nbsp; 1st Instant, No. 22, detailing the " Land Regulations," and the Government Notices of the same date, re- lating to " Leases" and to " Lands rented with a view to purchase," that, in pursuance of the instructions received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, His Excellency has taken into consideration, in Council, the subject of the Land purchased under the authority of the late Government, the period within which Ar- rears of Rent should be required to be paid, and the rate of quit-rent to be charged upon grants without purchase ; and that the following regulations have been laid down in these cases respectively ; viz :— Purchases prior to 1826. 1.—Those persons who obtained permission to pur- chase land, at a credit of three years, under the Regulations dated 5th November, 1823, wil...
Police Incidents'. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Police Incidents. &nbsp; Monday, August 22.—Isabella Reynolds was charged by her mistress with running from her premises on Sunday evening, and returning at night in company with a son of Neptune, who made quite at home with every thing that fell in his way, until he was forcibly ejected, and Isabella was sent to the watch-house. The Bench sent her to the third class of the factory for one month. Tuesday, August 23.—James Gill, a man far advanced &nbsp; in years, was charged with not having mustered his ticket of leave since 1823, in which year he obtained it ; also, with having absconded from the district for which it was granted. The Bench sentenced him to be milled for 15 days, and the case to be represented to the Governor. Ben Morgan, insolent and drunk, seven days in the cells on bread and water. &nbsp; Wednesday, August 24.—Gerraty and Dugard, two &nbsp; constables, were charged with letting two head of cattle out of a paddock on the Race Cours...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 15th to the 22nd In- stant, inclusive. &nbsp; RESOLUTION (schooner), 60 tons, Lancey master, for Launceston, 39 planks cedar, 500 feet pine boards, 1 tierce hams, 2 hogsheads pork, 1 hamper stone bot- tles, 8 packages furniture, 4 packages cheese, 1 box oranges, 76 door heads and window cills, 20 hogsheads porter, 77 bags salt, 4 bars steel, 1 case cottons, 1 case saddlery, 1 cask mustard, 84 saucepans and covers, 72 spades and shovels, 3 packages hardware, 1 bag brushes, 3 hand-saws, 10 jars paint oils, 3 bags glue, 9 boxes window glass, 12 boxes tin, 40 hogsheads wine, 4 cases bottled wines, 19 baskets tobacco, 5 cases gin, 3 packages tea, and stores. FRANCIS FREELING (barque), 190 tons, James Leitch master, for the South Sea fishery ; fishery stores.
Extracts from a Letter from the Rev. Henry Montgomery to Daniel O'Connell, Esq. M. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Extracts from a Letter from the Rev. Henry Montgomery to Daniel O' Connell, Esq. M. P. Sir,—Many of my friends can testify, how intensely mortified I felt, a few weeks ago, by fulsome panegy- rics. Smarting under your degrading adulation, I was disposed to exclaim with Phocion, " What foolish thing have I said, what wicked thing have I done, that he should praise me !"—Last week, however, you .washed away the stain of your approbation, by a tor- rent of abuse ; and my character has regained that station which, I am proud to think, it long held in pub- lic estimation. At this moment you afford a melan- choly, but instructive lesson, to all who would gratify a depraved ambition, or advance their selfish interests, by sacrificing the peace and prosperity of their native land. Although you have lauded me with a disgusting meanness, in order to involve me in your snares, and abused me with a reckless malignity to gratify a dis- appointed resentment, I can assure you that I enter- tertain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
NOTICE T H E CONSIGNEE of TWELVE CRATES of EARTHENWARE, marked " B," &nbsp; Shipped in London on Board the Curler, is requested to present the Bill of Lading at the Counting House of JOHN TOOTH. Queen street, 24th August, 1831. To Ship Owners & Others, ON Sale at Wm. MACDONALDS, No. 68, George-street, SHEET COPPER, of all sizes ; also Copper Nails. TO BE SOLD, A CUTTER of about 10 tons burthen, &nbsp; well adapted to the Hawkesbury, or coasting &nbsp; trade. Her sails and rigging are new, and she has just undergone a thorough repair, and is ready for imme- diate use. For further particulars apply to ROBERT GREEN, Commission Agent, 18, Sussex-street. APPRENTICES WANTED. TWO Lads of the age of 14 or 15 will &nbsp; be taken as Apprentices to the Hat Manufactory ; none need apply whose character will not bear strict enquiry. Application to be made to Mr. UTHER, 87, Pitt-sreet. August, 27th 1831. DOUCEUR. ANY Person procuring for the Adver- &am...
Domestic Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Domestic Intelligence. ——o—— THE DOMAIN.—This favorite spot, the only pleasant walk in Sydney, is now rendered com- paratively useless to the pedestrian, by its being made a drive for carriages. The inner domain is still exclusive—from the public. What are the inhabitants to do ? we think it hard, that without ceremony, they should be curtailed in the small enjoyments the town affords. The public at large suffers, but more particularly our juvenile popu- lation ; we trust that this unfair mode of vi- tiating public property, will be quickly abolished. ——BATHS.— It is a matter of regret, that we have no bathing places for the fair sex of Sydney At present females are debarred from this en- joyment, which in many cases is necessary to restore health, and by all would be considered as an addition to their comforts, and we think it therefore deserves the attention of Government. ——Last week, Madame Rens, who formerly re- sided in George-street, was fined ten pounds for buying slop cloth...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday. August 22.—Before Judge Dowling, and the usual Commission. Phillip McCrowrey and Edward Colligan, were &nbsp; jointly indicted for breaking and entering the dwel- ling house of William Smith, and stealing therefrom 1 box, 3o lbs. tea, 1 counterpane, 1 quilt, 2 blankets, 1 lb. tobacco, 2 pillow cases, and six shillings, at Syd- ney, on the 3d July. &nbsp; &nbsp; Both the prisoners were found guilty, and judgment of death was recorded against them. Edward Givron and William Martin, were jointly in- &nbsp; dicted for stealing two horses and one mare, the pro- perty of Robert Lambert, and Richard Knighton, for exciting them to commit the felony aforesaid, at Ba- thurst, on the 1st May. Givron and Marlin were found guilty, and sentence of death was recorded against them. Knighton was acquitted and discharged. John Leadbeater, alias Onions, was indicted for stabbing John Maxwell in the right arm, with ...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
DIARY. I ! Memoranda for the present Week. I SUN September. Calendar.' I rites I sett 5 | M | Malta taken, 1800. | 6 16 | 5 44 6 I T | Colbert d. 1683. | 6 15 | 5 45 7 w I Enurchu». Dr. John- fí ,. . 4fi 7 w I son b. 1709. _ ° 14 ° *° Nauv. of B. V. Mary. Ariosto b. 1474* 6 13 5 47 F 1 IL'Î'O'BT.1 lhC C0'"lfcr0r | 6 12 | & 48 10 | S | Bal, ot Pinkey, 1547. | 6 11 | 5 49 11 « I 15th Sun. alter Ti imty 3 Lord Thurlow d. 1806. 6 JO 5 50 Kew Moon 6th day, 38 minutes past 6
RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 27th Aug. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM &nbsp; PRODUCE for the Week ending 27th Aug. &nbsp; - - - - - - - - - - - - - £ s. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 7 7 p. bus. of 60 lbs. Middling, ditto. ............ 0 5 6 ditto ditto Worst, ditto............ 0 3 7 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto......... 0 2 4 of 50lbs. Maize, best ditto...... 0 2 3 do. measuremt. Colonial Tobacco, best....0 2 0 per lb. Middling, ditto.......... 0 1 8½ ditto Potatoes,............... 5 15 0 per ton Butter, salt ............ 8 10 0 per cwt. Cheese, good............ 2 9 0 ditto &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent, George-street.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to apologise to many correspondents, for the non-insertion of their favours ; we hope soon, however, to be able to give them full &nbsp; &nbsp; publicity. "Veritas" is mistaken in supposing we reflected upon the gentleman alluded to, nor can the paragraph bear such a construction, if can- didly perused. We can have no objection to insert his letter, as an Advertisement and shall &nbsp; be glad to hear from him.
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. &nbsp; Stock on hand 20th instant, B. P. Rum, 18,557 gal- lons ; brandy, 30,129 gallons ; gin, 14,400 gallons ; other spirits, 6,821 gallons ; tobacco, 59,466 pounds. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. Rum, 2,542 gallons ; brandy, 128 gallons ; gin, 180 gallons ; tobac- co, 2,348 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. Rum, 94 gallons ; brandy, 74½ gallons ; gin, 10½ gallons ; tobacco, 1,294 pounds. Stock on hand 27th instant, B. P. Rum, 15,921 gal- lons ; brandy, 38,916½ gallons ; gin, 14,209½ gallons ; other spirits, 6,821 gallons ; tobacco, 33,824 pounds. August 29, 1831.