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Literature and Science. ON THE NEWSPAPER AND BOOK TRADE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

* ltteratu xt anix 5,igug4., ON -THE NEWSPAPER ' AND, BOOK TRADE IN AMERICA. [FROM THE MORNING HERALD.] You' will herewith receive a bundle of American newspapers, which I beg to make a few observa tions upon by way of preface'; for between Ame rican and English newspaper property and edi torship there is such a vast difference, that the e:planations I have to offer are really necessary. Commercial speculations and party disputes oc cupy the public mind here, and the appetite for European news is voracious and insatiable. Let me not be misunderstood in saying'this : the de sire is not so much for information to be acted upon, as for facts and hints to be perverted for party and commercial purposes. " The show of ro advertisements is another thing that, without en explanation, is calculated to deceive the people i0o in England. I must observe that an advertise. ye ment which would cost half-a-guinea in England, may be inserted in an American paper three'. times for a dollar (about 4s...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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English Extracts. THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

ingIi0I) EXtract . THE MINISTRY. WE firhly believe that the present change is the very last cast for the salvation of the monarchy ; that if' the cabinet now in progress of formation: fall, its overthrow will be almost instantly followed .by the subversion of the throne-the dissolution of the na tional church, and a complete change in the property of the empire. If our opinion it this respect be ac curate, more than the highest degree of talent, though united with the most inflexible integrity, must be sought for in the composition of the government. Men must be selected with views beyond mere per sonal qualifications The choice of ministers must be made with a regard, as well to. conciliating all the great interests of the conntry-all the varying scales of opinion amongst those who still, adhere to the throne and to the altar, as to the qualifications-the parliamentary ability and official experience-bf the candidates for office.-Standard. Brought into office by no intrigue in Parl...

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A SWINE HUNT IN TUSCANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

A' SWINE HUNT IN TUSCANY. :,. , I[FOM MEDWIN'S ANGLER IN I .) -: AES I WiL .. tell you a narrow escape I had .somin years ags in Tuscany. It----- and,myself having heard of a flight of cocks, had gone down into? . the. laremma.to shoot. , You have heard of the. Maremma." It posseses an almost interminable extent of morasses, " overgrown with long, rank girasses," and hillocks as Shelly beautifully de-. scribes, "heaped with moss-enwoven turf,". a wilderness of putridity and desolation. It was the month of November, before which time it'is dangerous to set foot there,. for, till the first. frosts, even many of the fever-stricken serfs for sake it. In the eagerness of sport we had beeti. led farther than we calculated trom our albergo, a solitary, wretched hovel, bordering on'.the marsh, the abode of the most ghostly, yellow, emaciated objects in human form I. ever beheld, except some of the cayenned, curry-dried, liver worn Anglo-East Indians we had left at Chel tenham. The sun was f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

TO OUD'., SUsSCBI. Z~E?S. IT is requested that the First Quarter's Subscr:ption for this Paper may be paid either at the Office or to the Collector, Mr. George Williams, who is.au thorised to deliver printed receipts to Subscribers in Sydney. Those in the interior will have the good ness to pay the amount of their Subscription to the ' Agents in their respective districts. : S ., ·-K. IMUNRO. Colonist Oflice, Sydney, April 30, 1835. A STEADY Bullodck Driveir.anda Farm Servant. .?Apply't" it Rert Andersonf Esq? eorge .Street; or at 'L HE CooNiosT Office. Sydhe;yJiui e 18 1835. { ? Z'RESS TEAS".,. O N; SALE at the.,Stores of, Messrs. John Lamb .' and. Co. :HY'SON SKIN~ TEA,! in chests and Half-chests, of superior quality, ex Lord Amherst. ? SCast ereaghlStreet, June 4, 1835. ,:f..=s NOT WEQ . EJE the ;Undersigned hereby prohibit; all. persons . from cutting timber, running. cattle, or other-' wise trespassing upon our Farm of1000 acres, in the County of Camden,,bounded' on the .east b...

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THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

. THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. T?'s?good people who'have lad the management of this 'precious journal' for a long time past,. have .it seems, been playing at the well-known nursery gamne of Heads-and- Tails during the last few days. I.lwds had it on Saturday last, for then Mr. Edward O'Shaughnessy was all alone in his glty, as Editor of The .-Sydney Gazette, and Mr. Haswell, who was a mere clerk in 'the office, subordinate to Mr. William Watt, was, of' course,, Tails. But in consequence, we presume, of the -strong impression that has been produced on the reputable portion of this community, whether free-emigrants or emancipists, by Dr. Li ng's speech in the Supreme Court on Saturday last,. it, would appear that it has been found ne cessary to toss up the penny once more; and, behold, Tails now has it I for Mr. Haswell, the clerk and humble servant of Saturday, is the lord paramount of Tuesday, and Mr. Edward O'Shaughnessy has disappeared altogether. Now, does Mr. William Watt, who is still c...

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European Statistics. POLICE OF THE METROPOLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

I' - POLICE OF THE METROPOLIS. .Miis':.a Committee of the Legislative Council have fer'some time past been hearing evidence on-the i:*subject of the Police Establishment of the. co ':ony, with, a view to the organization of an. pimroved system of management in that important department of the public service, we have deemed' it, expedient to publish under the head of Euro pean Statistics, in this day's number of our paper, the following extracts from the evidence of, Sir Richard Birnie, given before a Select Committee of the Hohsee of Commoris on the - Police of the Metropolis, in the year 1828; which .," will perhaps afford some valuable suggestions to those who are in any way concerned in in \ vpstigating the origin and causes,. or ,ia adopt ing means for the prevention, of crime ii this colony: ,Sir Richard Birnie called in, and examined. i', You are the Chief Magistrate at the office at Bow Street ?--I am. Your have been a police' justice about sixteen S years ?-Sixteen years;, b...

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Colonial Politics. THE LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

eolonial olRlitttE S THE LIBEL CASE. b :yz intended to have made the new Assignment tl SRegulations the subject of our leading articlefor b this number; but the recent. proceedings in the si Supreme Court, relative :to 'the case of alleged ° libel that has arisen out of the publication of the a leading article in the fourteenth number of this ijournal, have induced us to postpone our intended a observations on that important subject till .a future opportunity, and to appropriate the space O ssully occupied by our leading article, in pre senting our readers with an account'pf : tlhese h proceedings, which they will doubtless("acknow lidge afford an appropriate seqjuelF to: the series i of articles we have alread'y,: plbiished on T heQ Literary Profession, or ,The Colonial.'Press;: . - The article publish'ed' 'unler i'this title in the o.urieenth uumber of tli i joUr1was wrtteniby v the Rev. Dr. LANG.. Iand he authorsl ip' a £co rdingly acknoivedged iindiue form whehever i itvasrequir...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Hunter's River, June 12, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

TO :THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. ; Junter's River, June 12, 1835. Sin .Having had occasion to visit the to-w'n of Newcastle, bon' private business, within the, last few daysI was sorry to find that the breaklwater ga~g at that settlement had been ;making fery, little ~progr"ess of late .in their :imporiant opera- t tioIns. A. road has been constructed,, at a; very considerable expense, from thejetty at Newcastle, to- the commencement of the breakwater, chiefly, t ;I presume, for ,the conveyance of~ stones and !other materials for the construction of- the-mole.i .In the direction bf the harbour this road is faced I lup with a stroig all ,oiif freestone; 'but towards the southward it is exposed to the action' of thei southerly, winds that blow' bier 'thie ieck i ?land that, stretches .out tova~ais N?bbIy's I slaid; an is consequently ever.. i?nd atn covered ivwith tlihe loose sand that is forced ,upn .the ibeaclh iby the .swell .from: the southward, and: carried., by thie southerly gal...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 18 June 1835

ARRIVALS. June 1O.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers b from .'Newcastle. June' 12.-Lady Blackwood (barque) Abbot, from: the South Seas, with 1450 barrels of oil. June 14.-Adelaide (schooner) McCleland, from . Hobart Town the 7th inst., with sundrieo. Passen gers, Mr.. Pennington, M1r. and Mrs. Webb, 'Mr. Mr. John Ritchie, John Cutler and Anne Cutler. . June 14.-'Tamar (schooner) Town, from llobart Town thel 7th inst., with sundries. Passengers, lE W. Lord, .Esq., James Wilshire, Esq., Jamis Ra ven, Esq., Mr. Bayley, Mrs. Leach, Miss Beule, and Miss Campbell. June 14.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers) from Newcastle. DEPARTURES. June 11.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), for Newcastle : June 11.-Lambton (cutter), Corlette, for Port Stephen. June 11.-Siren (brig), Munro, for Hobart Town, with sundries.-Passengers, ..J. Hewitt, Esq., Mrl;' Butler and child. Mrs. Ormisoa and son, Mr. James-. M. Grey, and Mr. Mac. June 14.-Thomas Harrison (ship), for London, with colonial produce.-Passenger...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. Days. High Water. un Ag of Day. N. 1 VaN. I riee. I frta. I oon. Thursday . 25 8 15 8 35 7 .,.7 4 53 30 Friday .. 26 8 46 8 54 7 .7 4 53 1 Sa(urday.. 27 0 15 9 30 7 7 4 53 2' Sunday ..:28 10 0 10 20 7 7 4 53 3 Mnnday.. 29 10 35. 10' 48 7 6 4 54 4 Tuesday.. 30. 11 11 11 r6 7 6 4 54 5 . Wednesday 1 11.: 45 0 0 7 6 4 54:I.

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Select Poetry. BATTLE OF KOSSOVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

BATTLE OF,"KOSSOVA. BY DR. BOWRING, M.P. FOR K1LMAR?O?,?.. '' ;, [From Speciment of Scrviaii Popular ,'Poe?t?y?';+ 'I? .... F M Jeru isalem., the-hol city; ' to ! there flew a:'gray and royl falcon With him 'Sanean little flitting ?waIO. :No !'`it'w~as no gra and ol fain?c 4nr a ''Tii .:s Els!`twas the hly prophet ' And hr, brought no little'flitting swallow; Bhut a letter frbm tli holy io·th.r', .;??di¢?,:R ';TitheiEminperor,- fromw PoljeiKbiS. ',? , i., At the EmIpei;br'~sfeet he drops the letteri: s. · '~ - And the letter thus address!d the';mperer: CTzar Lasar! thou'tza' ofo$ o" .:. i Tell me now, wriat kingdomT hastthoutcle ie:,, Wilt thou have:hekven's kingdom for tl? po?e? -Oi an earthly. kingdorm? If an 'earthly "1? ' : Y; Saddle thy good steed-and gard. him'tightly;' . Let thy heroes buckle on theiri sabres,-- -:, .. Smite the:Turkish legions like a tempest.. : . And these legions all will fly before thee.:. But if thou wilt have heaven's kingdom rather,,' :{ Speedily erect...

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Religious Intelligence. SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Tahiti, May 3, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

soT?s S?-.A SL' NDS.. STHE EDITIOR OF THE COLONIST. Tahiti, May 3, 1835. 4 S.R,:-By the kindness of a friend. the s?ioniaries: here have been favoured with the. itstsix ninmbers of your interesting and valua i:eibjournial, T?E COLO? IST, accompanied with a note,: expressing a particular .desire: to receive q.' -n;ications from them, relative to their pro-. ,eedings in the .various stations of their Society S-iniong these ,islands. I do. myself: the pleasure f:(.addressing .to you the following communica Sion::; 'It: will ,be- conveyed. ihto your 'hands by n*e'of the' gentlemen of H M: S. Hyacinth, Swhich returns hence to Sydney in a few days. 'in the South 'Seas the London'..Missionary Society has formed stations ini six groups of islands - the Georgian,.. the Society, the ':Hervey, the Austral, the Marquesan, and the Samoan Islands. The.Georgian- and she So ciety; larnds have :long.. been. the scene of. mis sionary labours. On the Hervey Islands stations ;:have-been formed within t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THIE COLONIST. Szi,--By inserting the following .reasons for dissent, addressed ,to sthe Editor of. Bell's New. .Weekly .Messenger, byr a. Mr. .ohn Bennet of London, you will oblige, Yours, A CONSTANT .READER.

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HAWKESBURY TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

HA.WKESBIURY TEIIPERAN '"E SOCIETY. [FROM A ;CORnESPONDENT.] A T·MPi ANCE Society,.under the.ibo,v$ desig nation .was formed at Windsor, on Wednesday the,:.17tn. inst., .S. North; ..Esq., J. P., .in thie ;chair. ,.The .'Chairman ;stated, ,thatt he.presided at the Meeting, in order to forward whatever was :,praiseworthy; .the sad. eff cts of intempe ranceiwere visible every wheze, and he should be ihappy to promote any suitable,means iof 1check ing Jits ;progress.. On temperance Soqieties in ,particular he wouldgive no opinion, the subject had;only.been brought.under his notice of ;late, and :he had not made his.decision; .it: should're ceive ll consideration, and lin the mean time he would hold the responsiblesituation of.Chair man, to ;preserve the decorum necessary for a grave; discussion. of the, subject. The Rev. John Saunders:then gave a short historic view. f the progress. of. Temperance ,Sucieties, and insisted upon the following points .in the medical range of :the.subject. ...

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

iomne ttt 3ln1teltigewe.. VOTES AND' PROCEEDING$ OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCI:. TUESUAY, .JUNE 23, 1835 1. CoUnci, met pursuant to adjournment, His Excellency- the Governor in the -.chair.---Post Office Bill presented by the Governor as amended; read a third time and passed: 2 2. Stage Coach Bill; further: considerations deferred until Tuesday next. 3. His Excellency the Governor laid uipon the table, a return of the number of Criminal Cases, tried by Juries in the several Courts of= Quarter Sessions :throughout the colony, of New 'Southl Wales, in the years: 1833, rand I834,,: distin guishing those tried by Civil and. Military: Juries, •and the number of convictions.by each.; to be printed. 4. Jury Bill, presented by: the Governor as amended.; read a third. time and passed. 5. Parish Roads Bill ; second reading deferred until Tuesday next. .Council adjourned at half-past two- o'clock, until to-morrow at one o'clock. S ORD.ERS' OF THE RAY.. i. rea DE Bill; DAY, JNeadin. 1. Bread Bill; ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

TO CORLILESPONDENTS. A Simnple .Layman will be inserted in our next. We are bbliged to A Subscriber for iaa'hlnt*. FWe shalil attend to them. Ilder was 'too- late for nu' Correspondence Department, K, this week ; but we contofeis we.. should prefer. leavring insigniflian:e and incapacity to dlti?b forgetrulness, -a prey after all. It is an. honour to some peope iii this colony to' be beaten with a respectable man a cane. it is a; thing for,.them,td talkh about. for a .fortnight. Let , them lie--we use the word, of course,.In both its sepues..

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

WVEDWESDAY, JUNE 24. 1. Council met pursuant to, adjournment, Ilis Excellency the Governor in .the chair,. and laid upon -the table .the Estimate of Expenditure for .1836, .and a supplementary Estimate .for the present year, .together. with an explanatory mi nute; to be printed. . 2. Resolved that the following Regulations, respecting protests, be added .to the rules and ýorders {off procedure, .and be printed : Protests against -the .Estimates of Expenditure or -any item .thereof;t authorised by the.Despatch. of the Secretary of State for' the Colonies, dated March 4, '1832; are' to 'be delivered in writing, and signed by .the:member.or members, protesting, -to the clerk at ,the Council Chamber by twelve o'clock at noon; of -the.day next: after that upon which the Appropriation Act is passed. 3. Road Bill; second.reading deferred until Tuesday next. Council adjourned at half-past two o'clock, until Tuesday next at one o'clock. .ORDERS OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, JUNE 30. '1. Stage Coach B...

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LECTURE ON TEMPERANCE. [Delivered by the Rev. Mr. SAUNDERS, in the Australian School society's Boys' School, Hart's Buildings, Pitt Street, on the evening of Friday, the 12th current.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

LECTURE ON TEMPERALNCE. I Delivered by the.Rev. Mr. SAUNDERS, in the ANusra lian School, ociety's Boys' School, Ihart's Buildings, Pitt 'Street, on the evening of Friday,'.the 12th current.] LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN,-The important sub ject advertised fbor our present consideration would lead mne to' shrink from the task of deli vering this .lectiiie, did I.' not see myself sur rounded by individuals cordial to the principles it is my duty to advocate--by private friends who will extend toward -me the candour excited by' personal regard-and by a public at length 'aroused by the awful 'prevalence of intemperance to inquire if''there' be any antidote to a mitigation of its influence, arid who are therefore prepared to lend a favourable ear to one who' humbly urges 'the adaptation of Temperance Societies to such an object. An advocate of the present day has atleast the advintage of knowing that even feeble'instrumentality has'proved of great efficacy, and, at the sanie time, he may be chee...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

BIRTHS.—On Friday, the 19th instant, at her residence, in Hunter Street, Mrs. Jones, of a son. Also, on the same day, in Castlereagh Street, the Lady of Frederick Parbury, Esq., of a son.   MARRIAGE.   On Thursday last, the 18th instant, at St. John's Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. Samuel Marsden, Captain A. Douglass White, H. P., Royal En- gineers, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of A. H. McKenzie, Esq., J. P.  

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 June 1835

: 1i.: i pin iig EtEiLgeitsc I. ARRIVALS. June 17.--Draco. (American brig), Lincoln, from Boston, viaHbobart Town, having:left the latter prt the 7th instaiit. Passenger, Mrr.- flolah. Jiine'17.--Sophia; Jane., and' Tamar (steamers);: from Newicastle..m ' June 18.-H. M. S. HyaSint.li' fromi"South Sea Islands :. . June 19.-Susannah (barque), Redley, 'from the Mauritius, via Hobart Town; having sailed :from"the foimer 'plaiic, the '13th April, and- from the'latter, the 12th :intant--cargo .sugar. Passengers, -Dr. Rob   son, Mrs. Robson, Lieutenant Bethune, and. Mr. Samuel Bartlett, architect. June 21.-Spence (barque); ,Hardie, fromT Loa don, via Hobart Town;,having sailed from the former place, tthe 26th. December, and. fioni the latter, the 15thl instant-cargo merchandise:. Passengers, George Kemp, Esq., Mrs. 'Kemli, Mr. Charles :Thbrpe,r Mrs. Thorpe, Margaret Hamilton, ard:i' tw pri-' soners. June 21.-Currerin LaSs'(sihooner), Hind, from Hobart. Town, 15th in mstant, wi...

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