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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 20.-Doce, 13, Hart, from limbane W.u.r. willi shells; Expreu, 2*. Graham, from Brisbane Waler, willi 11,000 feet limber, 2í,n0.i iliiiiitlMi Jfnrrictl, 15, Craiise, from Brisbane Water, willi 50,000 sliin«!«, and I OOO feet timbar ; June Wiitin nu, 33, Marlin, from the P-.terson, willi 9H bushel* maiïe, 130 bushel* wVie.it, 22 keg* tobneco, 1 keff butter, and lObngi potatoes, ic, ; Sovereign, »lei mer, 110. Cape, from Muretoti Boy and Morpeth, with sundries: Sulert, 48, Morton, from Newcastle, with coals ; Mary Ann, 1, Shaw, from tho Hawkesbury, with 35,000 shingles.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

DEVAUTURES. For Hobort Town, yoilenlny, the »chooner Mariin JFotMûn, Captaîu Tiniey, with suri drici. PasscnRffr»-Mr. nnd Mrs. Ryan, and child ; Mrs. Sh nw, Mr. Foiter, semor, and Mr. Foster, junior. For the South Sea Fishery, thc mme arty, tho liarnuc ¿rabian, Captain Collins, with whaling gear, ftc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

STE VM TO HUNTER RIVER. REDUCED FAKB3 ll B Public ere respectfully informell the Company's Iren Steam Beats continue their trips a» hitherto, viz : fi om Sydney, at ten o'clock P.M. From Morpeth, at eight o'clock A M. u .. / Saloon I Os \Fore Cabin 7». 6d. FmiGiiTa» I"«, per ton. F KA Nt. IS CLARKE, Manager. Hunter River Steam Navigation Company's Wharf. AugmtlS._2VM iTcansn to st WA *. jwvtm SAT* I HE SOr//TA JANE will leave Jaques'« Wharf, for Kiama, on FRIDA.Y, th« ï6th Sggj^jgga^yin.slMit. and will call as uiuiil at Wollongong. The Sophia Jane will »nil for South Uuskimon, Jervis Bay,' on the first Thursday in th- enduing Month and, «a usual, calling at Wollongong and Kiama. August 26._2C29 ror Newcastle «nfl ?ort Macquarie, HP&iute- r"pHE Fi; Macquarie steam I 1. Tucket MAITLAND. I ^\£5£&£s£s&' William Parsons, master, will lfave thc Commercial Wharf, 'for tho above Ports TO-MORROW EVENING, the 25th instant at fi P.M. 2624 Fur tbe Clarence uiver, &am...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ADVERTISMENT.] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

«H»M»XW__.__i COXMtaSrONXtSItCS. [AnVF.UTlS. MENT.] To thc Editors of thc Sydn-y Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,-Before I proceed to revnnrk more particularly on Dr. Lang's »ply to the lc'.tet which I published in a recent number of your paper, 1 cannot but advert to the curious manner in which it is distributed. The first part is furnished by the Editor of thc Oiiscr. ci-, who concludes his labours with thc following reference to his coadjuto,!- :-" Dr. Lang's letter (in reply to the rema liing por- tion of Mr. M'l.'s epistle,) which we_ sub- join, will relieve us from the necessity of saying anything further on the subject." Then follows Dr. Lang's letter addressed to the editor. Dr. Laug and the Editor you must therefore conclude are two different persons, whence of course it follows, that Dr. Lang is no way responsible for the Editor's delinquencies. Now it is notorious that Dr. Lang himself is thc editor, thc editor in the only sense with which thc public is con- cerned. This distri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. -~-?-1 -i ;? TTJUKXTVm*. TO CABINETMAKERS, GENTLEMEN FURNISHING, AND OTHERS. FOSS AND LLOYD will tell by auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 24 th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Ont Secretary Four Bureaus Five chests of Drawer« Three hair-seateil Sofas ' One damask scated Rosewood Sofa . One Seraphine One Chcffonicr One writing Table One sidtboard Pembroke Tables AFTER WHICH, A number of Paintings and Engraving«, by some of the first inasiers. _' Terms at sale. 2521 To Orooers, Qenera.1 Béaient, and others. FOSS AND LL YOD will Sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, the 24th instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely, Thirty-two cases, each 3 dozen, Cooper's bottled Fruits. Ten tierces Tobacco Two casks Pigs-cheeks Jars Tripe Jars Herring« Kegs Cod Sounds Bags Walnuts Bags Barcelona Nuts With a variety of other Groceries. _Terms at Sale._2531 riAxroroxTS.. FOSS AND LLOYD will Sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Lower Georg...

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GIPPS' LAND. (From the Port Phillip Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

GIPPS' LAND. (From the Port Phillip Herald.) ON the 14th June last, a pubic dinner was given to Glengarry, on the occasion of that gentleman's return to his native country, a step he felt necessary for the sake of his family. The dinner was got up in first-rate style, and the evening was spent with much rational enjoyment. The chair was ably filled by W. O. Raymond, Esq., J.P. ; J. T. Turnbull, Esq., acting as croupier, and the following toasts were drunk with the greatest enthusiasm. – The Queen and the Royal Family; Sir George   Gipps and the Colonies; Glengarry, with   all the honors; Lady Gipps and the   Ladies of the Colony; Mr. M'Millan, the   first settler; Mrs. McDonnell; Our Native     Land; the Land we live in; the Chairman,     &c., &c. An address, of which the fol- lowing is a copy, was in the course of the evening presented to Glengarry. "To Æneas Rona...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

Tuesday, August 23.   PRESENT– The Govemor, the Chief Justice, the Bishop, the Commander of the Forces,   the Colonial Secretary, the Collector of Cus-   toms, the Auditor-General, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Berry, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blaxland, Mr. H. Macarthur, Sir. J. Jamison, and Mr. James Macarthur. SUPREME COURT RETURNS. Tho Governor said, that before proceeding to the Business of the day, he would present certain returns, which had been moved for on a previous day by Mr. Jones, who had, however, courteously refrained from pressing   his motion, because it was somewhat doubtful whether they could be procured or not. The returns were accompanied by a letter from the Chief Justice, which his Honor desired   might be laid before the Council; and which, with their permission, should now be read. The Chief Justice's letter was accordingly read and laid upon the table with the returns, and upon the motion of Mr. Jones, both letter an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

1=4'. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ï Sildneu Fifteen ShiUinyt per Quarter. Simile Numbers, Sixpence, Country, Seventeen Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter. ] Ten per cent, disoountfor payment in advance, and ten per cent, added if accounts are allowed to run over six munths. ) CASH THUMS loll ADVr.llTISCMI'.NTS For one ¡t.ch amt uii(lert Tua ShiWwyt mut Mi ¡wurr; nwt (hit Miillimj fur ivnu n Ml intuit f'-t -«*«< Thtu^Tl?T^ht * rZ^^H^\KjZTéírtU Penriïh M»7lhvl If ' ' P"^'"^ Lower Gtorge-street, Sydney) are Mn. JOH* HARR», Cofactor, Sydne,, ; MR. WK HUNT, Balmain ; Mn. Jo...- MICOMRK, «,«/A*r,/ ; Mn. I,HM, W"m, HW,,r ; MN. limn« IV,.,«, Mmtlandand Uollombi; Ä ^ Lfr^r"^ *&*mZ C?US' C»binetinRkor, MR. JOHN M'KIHLAV, Postmaster, Cassilk ; MR. JOHN GRAY, Queanbeyan; Mn. ARTHUR DROWN, Dupiily l'..«,«.|.lrt, W,,"" ""././, M../, /./";,.. ,. Mn. W.II.MM I'm»' IM<:«, lin __ _ frwr/»o«rf, MH-^O^BAJ^ ""rf CooJfc , Jiraito, jVe» ^"W; ",/10 are provided with Printed Receipt...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Charles Macquarie, a third   meeting : Eliza M'Gee, £8 ; James S. An- drews, £41 13s. 8d. ; William Butler, £6 la. 4}d. ; Charles Thomas, £1 Os. 4d. ; James i Gibbs, £2 7s. 4jd. ; Archibald Lamont, ! £3 8s. 9d.; W. D. Curtiss, £10 14s. ; James IMiillips, £1% 7s. ad. ; Drake and Company, X'O'.S 15s. ld. In the estate of Henry Thatcher, a third meeting : John M'Allister, £14 3s. kl. lu thc estate of Samuel Brown, a frist meet- ing: Francis Garnison, £57 2s. 3d.; George Evans, £U5 15s. 4d. ; Charles Jenkins £3 10s. In thc estate of Casper Marks, a third meeting: the attorney of William M'Donald for rent, £20. Iii thc estate of Robert Shrubsole, a first meeting: Richard M'l'hcrson, £5 I'.la. Cd. ; William Beaumont, £53 Its. 8(1. ; Cunning- ham and M'Mastcr, £ö ls. ; ll, N.' Jenkins, £llls.4d. In thc estate of Taylor Winship; n special meeting; lt. C. Gord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. For the Benefit of Mr. KNIGHT, Aeting FronrieUir.-The last Benefit, and the last Is'iglit but one of the Company's performing this Season !!! THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1812. TUB performances will commence with the Traget!/ of KING LEA». After which, Song-"The White Squall,*' Mr. Gtilliths. Dance, Mr. Chambers. By particular desire, and the first time these two years, an Extem- poraneous Song, by Mr. Simmons. New Song, " Charming-Woman," Mi's. Wallace. New Dance, Mifs Jones. Irish Jig, Mi«s E. Jones. To conclude with the Favcc of THE MUMMY: Tickets -Mill Boxes to be taken from Mr. Simes, at the Theatre, and Mr. Wright, Vic- toria Hotel. 2J3Ö

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DAIRY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

Ill All Y. Memoranda far Tal» »ay I Allflist I SUN, | HtOH TIPB ____I L',eAl sct3, I rnorn I even 23 I Tillman tv I fi 27 I 5 33 | fl 42 1 12 '0 Last Quin ter, August ï'J, J3 m. past i, after.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

DEPARTURES. For Norfolk Island, yesterday, the govern-   ment brig Governor Phillip, Captain Boyle, with government stores. Passengers—Mrs. Farrell and family, Mr. Sims, Mr. Simpson,     Lieut Riley, 80th Regiment, Lieut Nicholson, 96th Regiment, an ensign, twelve rank and   file of 96th, and twenty-one rank and file of   80th Regiment. For Norfolk Island, same day, the barque Terror, Captain Meggatt, with government stores. For New Zealand, same day, the barque Brougham, Captain Robertson, with sundries   Passengers—Messrs. Boulcott, Stokes, and   Hicks. The Hind has obtained 90 tons of sandal-   wood and several tons of dye woods ; she saw         the American whaler Lagrange, of Fairhaven,       on the 10th instant, sixteen months out, with 400 barrels ; her second officer, Mr. McNeal, ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

For Jervis Bay, Ulladulla, and Broulee, m1 ir sufficient inducement offors,   for Barramague.   THE FINE CUTTER STAR, will sail for the above places on Monday next. For freight or passage, apply to the.Master on board, Union     Wharf. Sussex-street, or to E. M. STOREY. August 24. 2696 cfcAszinrca Bivi». rpHF, RESOLUTION, 50 tons, J. will sail for the above on Sun- day, the 28th, at reduced freights. For passage apply to JAMES COOK. Union Wharf August 25. 2705 FOR Rownorr oivati. With immediate dispatch. - For light freight only. THE remarkably fine fa-t-sailing clipper brig ^«..i WILLIAM FVLCHBR, A 1, aSO toas, G. F. Stettins, commander, affords an eligíale opportunity to shippers of wool. For freight or passive, liaving very superior accom- modations for cabin and intermediate passengers, apply to the Captain, on board ; to F. MITCHELL and CO.; or to J. B. METCALFE, 2GG5 Loner George-street. Ba.7.QtJB »JTJTPI*«»." A ¡ri- ÇJlIirPE...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." INDIAN IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

2Jhc AyïJncj) ¿Honuna flwraifc. THURSDAY, AUGUST 35,1812. -as "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.'' INDIAN IMMIGRATION. Wi: congratulate the Colonists on tlic pre- liminary stop that has been taken towards the introduction of cheap pastoral labour hy means of Anglo-Indian immigration. The appointment, at the meeting of Saturday last, of n Provisional Committee for the formation of a Society having this object, will, we sincerely hope, be followed up hy the zealous co-operation of the Colo- nists at large, of the flockmasters espe- cially. Now is the critical moment-cti tical as regards the pressure of our diffi- culties ; critical as regards tlui oppor- tunity for obtaining relief. British immi- gration stopped-the Land Fund ex- hausted-and the permanence of these evils guaranteed by an Act of Parliament, of which the QUKKN'S Government a/e the parents, and the Colonial Government the sponsors ; our prospects in these quar- ters are " dark as Erebus." But, as most miseries have th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

I ABS I'll AC f OF SALES BY AUCTION. I We ¡merl, for the information of the Publie, an Abstract of all the Public Sides which take vluee x, T TIII.S DAY mn. roLACK.-At Ins Itoom«, at \\ Q'cjcsok, Inrushes, PresorvPll Mcqts, Twine, Gro ceiies, i\'iues, Tobacco, &c. ; at 12 o'clock, a Farm, neal Wollongong. Mtt. SAMUI L LIONS -On the Pi émises, lately occupied by John Wilson, jun,, and Co» Ûeoige-sliect, at 11 o'clock,^lonmongery, liab.Cidash.ery, Raiiits, D\uslies, Window Glass, &c. Mu. STUUIIS,-A^ bjs Mart, at 13 o'clock, p.lit qf Hetty's Hute], and l]p,u,se «mi] Gioiuids al Qouble Bay. MR. PP-CE.-.\t his Roams, at li o'clock, WreHi ins Apparel, &o. MB. RUNDLE.-On the premises of Mr. Smith, opposite the Dock Yard, tit 11 o'clock, Household Furniture,

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

I x,vai3X,A*zva UOUHOU, I WKDNRSDAY, AUGUST 21. PurscNT -Hit Gin ci noi, tin. Chief Justice, the Gommuiuki of the I orces, the Col uni Sccietniy, the Atlouiej Guiciul, tin. Col lectoi of Customs the \mhtoi-Gciipril, Mi Campbell, Mi Beni, Mi Blaxland, ind Mi J unes Mac irtliui SUGAR KI riNING COMPANY Hie (oiucionui CUSTOMS said, tint as Chairman of the Committee ol Council ap- pointed to enquire into and report upon the bugin Conip my s Bill, lie would no v present the leport of tim' Committee Hie Com- mittee ippi o\ ed of the Bill, mid did not find Mint iii) objections existed (¿ainst it, since the M olds contained in the pie nuble iel itive to thililling ^pillia fiom mollies luul h"en »ithdiuun, winch the} had been at the it quest of Mr Knox Child, who had iddiesscd i letter to tin Committee on the subject IheGoioMw SiciibiAiti moled tint the rcpott be printed, mid tint the lilli be ic.ul a second lune on luesdu) ne\t Hie GovriiNon, in putting the question on tins motion to the Cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. EXTENSIVE LAW LIBRARY. Ttae "Property or a Oentlemsm retiring from the Profesión. *C OSS and LLOYD have received instructions » to submit to public competition, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, on FRIDAY, the 2Gth instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, A great number of Works on the Law and General Literature, vi*. WORKS OK TUB LAW. Bythewood's Conveyancing, In it volume* Swinburne on Willa Chitty on Bills Lovelass on Wills Powell on Contracta Powell on Powers Burnc's Justice, S volumes i Gow on Partnership : Buller's Law of Nisi Prius (6) sixth edition Grant's Chancery Practice, in 2 volumes Gray's Country Solicitor's Practice in Court« of Chancery Cook's Bankrupt Law, in 8 volumes Toller's Law of Executors and Administrators Espinnasse's Nisi Prins Tomlin's Law Dictionary, in 2 volumes, 4th edi- tion Selwyn'« Lair of Nisi Prius, 6th edition, in 2 volumes Fonblanque's Treatise on Equity Watkins on Conveyancing Boscawen on Conviction Raymond's Entries Worthingto...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

/ .ovm«",MS"». / _ IMPOUNDINGS. / TARALOA, August 11.-One red working bullock, branded B on the near shoulder, like J.H or xK on the near rump, but not legible, W on the near thigh, nn illegible brand or iikew under the W, on the off rump GE. .One dark brindle bullock, with a white stripe T0.", uack nnu l»olly, red spot on the on'ribs, off horn down, branded FP on the oifrump, Ton the off thigh, li on the off ribs. One Ted bullock, white back nnd belly, branded JO or JC on the near rump, II on the off ribs. Oue yellow bullock, branded 112 on the of! rump. One white bullock with blue sides, Branded It 2 on off rump. One red heifer, white spots along the back, white belly, un- branded. One strawberry cow, branded RC .on near rump. One strawberry heifer calf. Vlf the ubove cattle are not released before the ^Jííth September, they will be sold. D'. -RAN^I-*!. [12S. 6d. LIVERPOOL.-August S : One dark red bull, »about 12 or 15 months old, point of the near ear ?off, branded on the offhip ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

.' BÓKJK3TIC inrrjii,ï.ioaïfOB. MBETINW ron' TO-DAY.-Second meetings will be held in the" i espective estates of Robert Hie-hard.Randolph,-at.half-past len ; of John South, at half-past eleven ; of J. W. Mooney, af half-past twelve. , And an adjourned meet- ing in the estute'of John Butler Hewson, at one. ''An adjourned meeting will also bo held during the day in the estate of Patrick Ken- nell." And a meeting will be held at the Royal -Hotel, at' twelve o'clock, for the pur- pose of paying a dividend in the estate of T. i C. Ruttley, . I ISttUATuat . iw COUNCIL ftrr-our.-In de- scribing the occurrences which took place on the liver Bogan, the Governor was, in yester- day's Herald, repot ted to have said, the Mount Hopeless-of Sir Thomas Mitebcll appeared to him to be the same as Mount llari-ls, This was a mistake. His Excel- lency said that Mount Hopeless appeared to bo the same as Mount Oplas, spoken of by Mr. Macarthur. This correction is necessary to enable persons lo urdcrslaud...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS. From Port Nelson, New Zealand, yester- day, having left the 26th ultimo, the barque Brilliant, 338 tons, Captain Ritchie, in bal- last ; G. Thornton, agent. Passengers—Cap- tain Stobo and Mr. Silk. From Valparaiso, same day, having left the 4th June, the ship Karl Durham, 333 tons, Captain Cabel, with flour and wheat; Camp- bell, Hill and Co., agents. Passengers—Mr Timmes and Mr. Alemas, From the South Sea Fishery, same day, having left Havre 3rd June, 1841, the French barque Roland, 355 tons, Captain I.e Cozauet, with oil, &c. From Loyalty Islands, same day, having left the 5th instant, the brig Hind, 140 tons, Captain Maughan, with sandal-wood.

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