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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 22nd to the 29th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
EXPORTS. &nbsp; Vessels cleared from the 22nd to the 29th In- &nbsp; stant, inclusive. &nbsp; CAMDEN (ship), 432 tons, Fulcher master, for Cal- &nbsp; cutta, troops and stores. GEORGIANA (ship), 404 tons, Thompson master, for Mauritius, 239 casks beef, 1 cask tongues, 2 cases cloth, and stores. &nbsp; AUSTRALIAN (barque). 264 tons, Cattlin master, for the South seas, fishery stores. MADEIRA PACKET (schooner), 108 tons, Arnold master, for the South Seas, fishery stores. CURLER (ship), 375 tons, Boyd master, for Batavia, 8 casks beef, 3 cows, and stores. EXMOUTH (ship), 723 tons, Warren master, for Cal- cutta, 2 horses and stores.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 26, 1831. QUIT-RENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
&nbsp; Government Notice. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney,. August 26, 1831. QUIT-RENT. &nbsp; &nbsp; IN pursuance of Instructions issued by the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, with the view of promoting the intro- duction of Agricultural Labourers and Mechanics, His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified to those Settlers who are permitted to redeem the Quit-rents payable on their respective Grants, by any given number of years purchase, that they will be allowed an abatement in the redemption of the said Quit-rents as follows; viz :— &nbsp; For every Family which they shall bring } into the Colony, consisting of a Man, } £35 his Wife, and two Children......} Or, for every Woman ........ £15 For every Man ............ £12 Tor every Child, not exceeding two of } £4 &nbsp; say one Family..............} By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Impounding Advertisement. I M P O U N D E D, at Kissing Point, on the 19th of August, by B. DEVLIN, one Bay Mare, heavy in foal, long black tail and mane, a white spot between the nostrils, two hind fetlocks white, a ring &nbsp; or white on the near fore fetlock, a drk stripe down &nbsp; her back, no brand perceivable.—[4s. 6d.] Also, on &nbsp; &nbsp; the 26th instant, one brindle Cow, heavy in calf, white belly, off horn half broke off, one side of the rump and one thigh white, branded on the milking side TC or TG ; one light brindle snail-horned Cow, legs and part of tail white, .nd a male calf by her side, calved the evening before impounded ; one black and white Bullock, white face, and a stripe of white round his &nbsp; neck ; one light brindle sided Bullock, with a straw- berry face, a white streak down his back, and white tail.—[18s.] In the District of Conk, on the 30th of &nbsp; August, by GRORGE HAMBRIDGE, one Bay Mare, &...
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Police Incidents. Monday, August 29.—Jeremiah Gerraty, in possession of a proboscis highly carbuncled, was charged with revelling in bacchanalian joys, till somnus muzzled him and laid him on his back, in the middle of George- street. Two hours lounge in the stocks. &nbsp; Sarah Lackaday, a good counterpart of Liston in that character, with locks dishevelled, and lire in her eyes, threatening destruction to the whole of the posse &nbsp; commitatus, a strong party of whom were put into re- quisition to put her at the bar. The charge against her &nbsp; was insolence, and being excessively liberal in the use of her muscle to her fellow servants and mistress. One month to the third class of the factory, where an attempt would be made to reduce her strength like Sampson, by having her locks shorn off. Patrick Fitzpatrick, with a phiz that betokened a relish for the mountain dew, was charged with making himself an article of scarcity in his master's house, preferri...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Shipping Intelligence. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From Newcastle, on Thursday last, the cutter Lord Liverpool. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Friday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. For New Zealand, on Saturday last, the schooner Currency Lass. For the sperm &nbsp; fishery, the same day, the ship Australian, and schooner Madeira Packet. REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. SHIPS—Australia, Louisa, Renown, Kains, Proteus, Sir George Murray, Elizabeth, Palambam, La Favorite, Caroline, Integrity, Surry, and Lucy Ann. BRIGS—Mary Elizabeth, Amity, Genii, Tranmere and Elizabeth. &nbsp; SCHOONERS—Admiral Gifford, Isabella, Active, Prince Regent, Darling, and Samuel. CUTTERS—Lætitia Bingham, Pandora, Emma Kemp and Lambton. &nbsp; MARKETS. The fine refreshing rains which fell on Thurs- day, were the cause of a very small supply of produce being exhibited in the market, the greater part being disposed of to shopkeepers ; very...
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Pricu. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 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 0 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 Butter, fresh ....2s 0 a 2 3 salt...... 1 6 a I 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 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 Os 0d Col. " 0 7 a 0 9 Cloth.Parramatta per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 O Cotfee 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 Longford, .. 20 0 —16 0 Darling Mill. 00 0—00 0 Dixon,...... 20 0 — 17 0 Girard, ,... 20 0 —16 0 Vickers, .... 20 0 —16 0 Fruit, O...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1851. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
The Sydney Herald. ————— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1831. &nbsp; —o— "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." OUR readers are no doubt aware, that a meeting of opulent landholders was held last week, at Parramatta, to take into consideration the probable effects of the recent injudicious regulations, re- garding the purchase of land, and the payment of quit-rent and its arrears ; which threaten to dry up the sources of colonial prosperity, and destroy emigra- tion. The measures are so inconsiderate, and founded on theory so remote from truth, that we exonerate the Colonial Government, at once, from the charge of imposing them ; and are sorry, it should suffer under the unpopularity they have excited ; at the same time, we are forced to admit that we cannot even guess at the probable motives, or authors, of the proposals. The first we...
English News. (Continued, to the 17th of April,) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
English News. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (Continued, to the 17th of April,) &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th of April, 153 &nbsp; vessels arrived in the Port of London from foreign voy- ages ; and 93 vessels from parts abroad, arrived at Liverpool on the 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th. During the year 1830, there was gold to the amount ot 214,000 dollars sent to the United States &nbsp; mint, from the State of Georgia, all of which, was the product of that State, which has never before &nbsp; sent ? an ounce to the Mint. It is calculated that double the above amount has been disposed of otherwise— sent out of the country, sold to jewellers, &c. At the Taunton Assizes, a bilious-Iooking old &nbsp; lady, named Sarah Bellringer was convicted of assault- &nbsp; ing a young woman, named Bome, in Thornfalcon Church, during Divine Service. She had obtruded herself into the pew of the Prosecutrix's fathe...
Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 20, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Government Order. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 20, 1831. HlS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to order that the following sums &nbsp; shall be allowed to Constables when required to at- tend the Supreme Court, or Courts of Quarter Ses- sions, if their residences be situated at a distance of more than seven miles from the place where the Court is held ; viz.— The sum of four-pence for every mile they may re- side from such Court, to meet their expence both in coming and returning ; and one shilling and nine- pence per diem, for every Day they may be neces- sarily detained in attendance at the Court. The above allowance will be paid in the same man- ner as that granted to other witnesses summoned on the part of the Crown. By His Excellency's Command, &nbsp; ALEXANDER McLEAY. &nbsp;
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 30, 1831. DISCHARGED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Government Notice. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, &nbsp; August 30, 1831 &nbsp; DISCHARGED SOLDIERS. WITH reference to the 23d Para- graph of the Land Regulations, contained in &nbsp; &nbsp; the Government Order of the 1st instant, No. 22, His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that as the free grants, to be given to discharged Non-com- missioned Officers and Privates, form an exception to the General Rules recently laid down by His Majes- ty's Government, it will be necessary that in these cases the following course be observed, viz.— 1.—The Applicant will obtain from the Major of Bri- gade, and produce to me Colonial Secretary, a Cer- tificate of his having been discharged for the pur- pose of settling in the Colony. 2.—He will be required to enter into a Bond that he will reside on the land during a period of five years. 3.—He will then receive authority to select the prescribed number of acres, within four mont...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
OUTWARDS. BEE, 14 tons, Friend, Illawarra, sundries.—RED ROVER, 10 tons, Duncan, Newcastle, ballast.—NANCY, 10 tons, Carbeys, Hawkesbury, ditto.—SARAH, 16 tons, Libas, Port Macquarie, ditto.—REDPOLE, 8 tons, &nbsp; Murray, Broken Bay, ditto.—FANNY, 24 tons, Cor- bidge, Illawarra, ditto.—SHAMROCK, 30 tons, WO Hams, Newcastle, ditto.-RAMBLER, 12 tons, Hen- derson, Brisbane Water, sundries.—ELLEN. 12 tons, Reeves, Newcastle, ditto.—SALLY, 17 tons, Steele, Illa- warra, ditto.—LORD LIVERPOOL, 70 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, ditto.—HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, ditto, bal- last.—MARY ANN, 7 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, ditto.—MONITOR, 20 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, soap.— LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlitte, Port Stephens, sundries.— SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, ditto. —BRISBANE, 18 tons, Marasque, Nulla Dolla, ditto. —NORTHUMBERLAND, 18 tons, Browning, do.— JANE, 24 tons, Smith, Illawarra, ditto.
Coastwise from the 22nd to the 29th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Coastwise from the 22nd to the 29th Instant, in- &nbsp; clusive. &nbsp; INWARDS. &nbsp; &nbsp; HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Illawarra, blue gum.— RAMBLER, 12 tons, Henderson, Brisbane Water, ditto, and maize.—REDPOLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, lime.—MARY ANNE, 7 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, &nbsp; shingles.—LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, &nbsp; sundries.—SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, New- castle sundries.—JANE, 24 tons, Smith, Illawarra, ce- dar.—PANDORA, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, sun- dries.—MONITOR, 20 tons, Pickett, ditto, coals.— &nbsp; EMMA, 19 tons, Mulhall, ditto, ditto.—ALICE, 20 tons, Clavall, Bungary Norah, cedar.—EDWARD, 10 tons, &nbsp; Buckland, Broken Bay, lime.—BRISBANE, 18 tons, Marasque, Nulla Dolla, cedar.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 22nd to the 29th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 22nd to the 29th Instant, in- clusive. Aug. 22.— AUSTRALIA (ship), 373 tons, Sleight master, from London, Lamb, Buchanan, & Co. agents ; 10 cases 5 casks ironmongery, 9 anvils, 14 pair bellows, 30 bun- dles frying pans, 7 iron tanks, 1 case whaling gear, 150 iron pots, 4 sheets lead, 6 casks shot, 2 cases cut- lery, 3 hogsheads paint, 12 casks whiting, 20 barrels herrings, 7 barrels salmon, 4 cases 2 casks saddlery, 24 casks bottled beer, 28 hogsheads beer, 8 casks vinegar, 230 casks gunpowder, 12,000 slates, 480 deals, 50 oars, 2 sacks wooden skewers, 10 barrels raisins, 1 barrel currants, 4 pipes wine, 19 cases hats, 11 cases shoes, 2 cases apparel, ö bales slops, 1 bale calicoes, 9 bales wool bugging, 3 cases books, 10 bales sailcloth, 5 puncheons 28 hogsheads rum, 24 cases gin, Lamb & Co. 58 packages furniture, 16 packages contain...
Vessels entered outwards from the 22nd to the 29th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 22nd to the &nbsp; 29th Instant, inclusive. &nbsp; &nbsp; August 25.—CURLER, 375 tons, John Tooth agent, Batavia. 25.—CAMDEN, 432 tons, J. F. Church & Co. agents, Calcutta. 23.—EXMOUTH, 723 tons, W. Wal- ker & Co. agents,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
ON SALE. WATERPROOF Glazed Black Hats, for sailors, Silk Gown Pieces (each sufficient for a lady's gown) of different patterns. Saddlery«, French Velvets, Silks and Gloves, Eau de Cologne, French Paper Bordering for rooms, of very handsome patterns, a travelling Cabriolet, Curricle and Harness, a handsome treble-seated Phæton and Harness, com- &nbsp; plete, Madeira Wine in quarter pipes, a very handsome &nbsp; Marble Mantelpiece, from Italy, Marble Mortars, Nankeens, Varnished China Wooden Foot Tubs,China &nbsp; &nbsp; Garden Seals, Japanned Tea Trays, Ginghams, Salem- pores, Palempores, Bedside Carpeting, Settrinjees, &nbsp; &nbsp; Superior East India Madeira in six dozen cases, Woollen Slops, Boots and Shoes, fine Madras Handker- chiefs of every variety of patterns, Sago, Castor Oil, Superior Indian Arrow Root, Gingham Shirts and Pantaloons, Arnee Muslin Gown pieces with worked bodies of the Beetle Wing, Rattan Baskcts, Ginger, Saltp...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
&nbsp; &nbsp; Domestic Intelligence Great credit is due to the detachment of &nbsp; mounted police doing duty at Windsor, during the races ; by their active exertions disturbances were prevented, and private property secured. --The draftsmen belonging to the La Favorite are daily engaged in taking sketches of the most prominent parts of Sydney, from striking posi- tions. -" The countenance is the index to the mind."-On a witness being put into the box at the Supreme Court the other day, the prisoner at the bar exclaimed, " Gentlemen of the Jury, look at the colour of that man's countenance ;" the appeal was irresistable, and the whole Court was convulsed with laughter. The witness's phiz had something of the villain in it.-The licensed publicans of Sydney complain of not being allowed to have skittles played at their houses, while the keeper of the Canteen in the Military Barracks is allowed that indulgence. -The bushrangers in the district of Bargo Brush h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
FOR LONDON DIRECT. To sail the end of next month. THE Fast-sailing First Class Ship AUSTRALIA, 373 tons register, JOHN SLEIGHT, commander. The principal part of this ship's cargo being engaged, she will sail according to appointment. For freight or passage apply to Lamb, Buchanan, & Co. Castlereagh-street, September 1,1831. SIR JOHN JAMISON'S VALUABLE GEORGE STREET PROPERTY. MR. BODENHAM begs to announce &nbsp; to his Friends and the Public, that SIR JOHN JAMISON being now prepared to submit his ESTATES in George-street, Charlotte-place, and Jamison-street, &nbsp; to the hammer, and which most eligible Property was described and Advertised for Sale in the Public Jour- rials four Months ago by Private Contract, he will now repeat the description of them, promising that the Sale will positively take place on Thursday, the 29th of September, Michaelmas nay, on the Ground, without the least Reserve, at 12 o-Clock precisely. The Allotments of Ground which will be ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, August 29.—Before the Chief Justice, and the usual Commission. &nbsp; Patrick Murphy was indicted for stealing nine dol- lars, the property of John Reynolds, at Sydney, on the 2d August. The prisoner was acquitted, and dis- charged by proclamation., Simon Hunt was indicted for stealing 400 pieces of nankeen, the property of James Simmonds, at Sydney, on the 6th April. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to be transported for seven years. Francis Henniss was indicted for stealing a mare, the property ot William Guise, at Bargo, on the 15th June. The prisoner was acquitted, and discharged by procla- mation. Mr. Moore conducted the prosecution, and Mr. S. Stephen the defence. &nbsp; &nbsp; Tuesday, August 29.—Before the Chief Justice, and the usual Commission. John Egan was indicted for stealing from the person of Patrick Connolly, one half crown, three dollars, and a pound note, at Sydney, on the ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 September 1831
MARRIAGES.—On Monday, the 15th instant, at St. Peter's Church, Campbell Town, by the Rev. Thomas Reddall, Mr. William Blyton, of Blyton Glove, Illa- warra, to Miss Smith, of the same place, niece to Mr. John Patrick, of Campbell Town. On Tuesday, the 30th ult. at Christ Church, Newcastle, by the Rev. C. P. N. Wilton, M. A., Frederick Wright Unwin, Esq., to Ann King, youngest daughter of the late John Plaistowe, Esq., of Parliament-street, West- &nbsp; minster. On Wednesday, the 31st ult., by special license, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Richard Hill, William, second son of J. P. Wilks, Esq., of Charing, Kent, to Ann, eldest daughter oi the late James Collins, Esq. of Hennington, Somerset. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.