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Fan Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

Van Diemen's Land News. August 20.—Arrived the barque Funchal, Capt. James Dalgarno, from Sydney, on the 11th August. August 22.—Arrived the ship Vibilia, Captain Robert Stephenson, from London, the 13th April, with a general cargo.         August 23.—Arrived the ship Mary Ann, Capt. Jacks, from Plymouth, the 12th April, with a general cargo. Prices of Wheat and Maize, at Hobart Town, on the 21th August.-—Wheat, heavy, per bushel, 5s.6d. ditto, light, 5s. Maize, 5s. Notwithstanding his having for a long period possessed unlimited control over the revenues of three countries, Columbia, Peru, and Bolivia, the Liberator died without possessing a single shilling of the public money ; but also without debts, although he had sacri- ficed nine-tenths of a splendid patrimony in promoting the service of his country, and liberating nearly 1,000 slaves. The diamond crosses, and other magnificent decorations, which had been presented to him by...

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Omniana. (Latest English News, &c.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

Omniana.     (Latest English News, &c. ) DISPUTED BOUNDARIES.—Nothing was more common for a long time in some of the British Colonies, than disputed boundaries ; a dispute of this nature between the townships of Lime and New London, during the 17th century, was decided by a solemn pugilistic combat ; four champions were chosen for the occasion by the inhabitants of the two places. ANCIENT RELIQUES.—The partial draining of Lochleven, which has lately been effected by the neighbouring proprietors, at a considerable expense, has been the means of bringing to light two highly in- teresting reliques of the days of the beautiful but un- fortunate Mary. The first is a marble figure, delicately sculptured, of the human form in miniature, which was found near the island of St. Serf, and is supposed to have decorated one of the niches of its famous mo- nastery. The other is a handsome sceptre, apparently of cane, hilted with ivory, and mounted with silver, up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, Sydney,p.Quarter5s.—SingleNumbers7d. Country,(post.included} 6s 3d p.Quarter.   TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s 6d, and 1d each, for all above ; for every insertion Public Notices Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, September 3, 1831.   THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following Persons have been cancelled, for the   reasons set against their respective names, viz.— Agamemnon, William Turnbull, drunkenness on the Sabbath Albion (2), John Royte, destroying a fence.     Fame, Peter Cosgrove, insane. Guildford (1), James Gill, absence from district. Guildford (3), Timothy Moore, stealing wheat. Hadlow (1), Joseph Wilshire, neglect of Church mas- ter. Indefatigable (2). William Robert Clements, ditto. Lord Sidmouth (1), William Ives, frequent drunken- ness.   Mangles (1). Thomas Bates, for rioting and drunken- ness. Midas (2), Wheelhouse Wilson, having obtained...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

TEN DOLLARS REWARD STOLEN from ANAMBAH, on the 21st of August, Two Liver and White Co-   loured SPANIELS, (Females). The above Reward will be paid to any Person restoring the same, or giving such information as may lead to the Conviction of the parties who stole them.   JOHN COBB. Anambah, Hunter's River, September 1, 1831. PURE SAXON RAMS AT,   GOULBURN PLAINS. MR. DUTTON begs to notify to the Flockowners' at Goulburn Plains and its vicinity, that he has been induced, for their Accommodation, to form a depot in their immediate neighbourhood, of Pure Bred Yearling Saxon Rams, selected from the celebrated Flocks at Raby. They may be seen daily at the residence of W. BRADLEY, Esq. Lansdowne Park, who has kindly undertaken to give every information as to Prices and Terms. W. H. DUTTON. Raby, September 1, 1831. PURE SAXON RAMS.   FOR SALE, at Raby, a superior lot   of Pure Bred Yearling Saxon Rams,   from the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

Public Notice.         Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, September 3, 1831. THE undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates of Freedom, during the last   week, viz ASIA(4), J. M'Mahon S. Geraghty ; DAPHNE, Martin Connell, from a colonial sentence: DOROTHY, John Malone; GRENADA (3), Mary Gibsons; HERCULES I (2), James Haffenden, John Wall, William Dunkinson;   HOOGHLEY (I), Jacob Alexander, Hugh Murdock,   David Patterson, Alexander Cunningham, William   Farrell, John Woods, William Kelly or Keely, Michael   Toomy, John Dillon, James Flynn, Edward King ;   ISABELLA (1), Lowther Jefferson, James Holland, alias Taylor, James Footman, Joshua Sutterby; LADY   ROWENA, Rose McCarthy, Margaret McKenna;LO-   NACH. John Walsh, John Jeffords, alias Hurley, Cor-   nelius Leary, James Green, John Fox, Thomas Burke, Tho...

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Domstic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

Domestic Intelligence. ——o——   The ship Surry carries twenty breeding mares to Van Dienien's Land ; there is but little doubt they will turn out a good speculation.—Mr. Robert Cooper's stores, at the Brisbane Distil- lery, have lately been plundered of a quan- tity of Colonial gin. On Saturday week, about 2 o'clock in the morning, a free servant in the employ of Mr. Cooper, went to the house of a   person named Burke, on the Parramatta Road and offered him for sale upwards of two gallons of raw spirits, which he had in a bucket, Mr. Burke refused to purchase the liquor, and gave information to Mr. Cooper, which has since led to the apprehension of the man.——EXECUTION.— On Monday last, John Roberts, convicted of the murder of James Michael Roy, un- derwent the utmost penalty of the law, at the usual place of execution, in the Sydney gaol. The unhappy man, who was by birth a "Welch- man, could speak but little English ; he was at- tended by the Rev. Mr. Cowpe...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney September 2, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

    Government Notice.     Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney   September 2, 1831 HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following al-   terations in the Police of the Colony ; namely SYDNEY. To be Constables. James Yaw, per Hadlow (2), from the 4th ultimo.   Thomas Jones, per Minstrel (2), from the 11th ultimo John Smith, free, from the 12th ultimo. Constable deceased. James Collins By His Excellency's Command,     ALEXANDER McLEAY.  

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, September 5.—Before Judge Dowling, and the usual Commission. Bryent Coyle was indicted for feloniously entering the dwelling house of Mr. Farrell, at Campbell Town, on the 20th June, with intent to steal. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentence of death was recorded against him. Hugh Carberry was indicted for stealing a mare, the property or John Single, at Sydney, on the 16th May. Guilty. The prisoner was again indicted for stealing a mare, the property of James Thompson, at Sydney, on the 17th May, Guilty. The learned Judge passed sen- tence of death upon the prisoner. Wednesday, September 7.—Before Judge Dowling and the usual commission. Thomas Lucas was indicted for the wilful murder of Charles Waterworth, at Parramatta, on the 20th of July, and John England as an accessary after the fact. The Attorney General and Mr. Crown Solicitor Moore conducted the prosecution, and Dr. Wardell, Mr. Therry, and Mr. Rowe defended Eng...

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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

Police Incidents   1 Monday, September 5.-Two break o' day lads, cog- nominated Sweeney and Leary, were placed at the bar, with no little difficulty to give an account of sundry tricks played by them in the Barrack-square the previous day. It appeared, that on Saturday they had been at a wake, and being determined to keep it up, they proceeded to the Barracks, were they com- menced singing, dancing, and cutting divers ca-   pers on the grass; when ordered to walk, they de- clared they would not, as there was a degree of esprit de corps in their amusements, that would exactly suit the taste of the officers. They were sent to the stocks for six hours each, as penance for their offence. Ann Atkinson stumped up five bob, to save her from taking an airing in the stock. John Riley, for being found on Sunday evening cheek by jowl with Nanny Cook in a cellar, eating with much gout, two or three pints of cherry bounce. Seven days in a cell. Tuesday, September 6.-Wil...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 September 1831

BIRTH.—On Tuesday evening last, the wife of Mr. James Pearson, of Market street, of a son. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

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Omniana. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

' CBmntaitiT. Time.-The most remarkable conception we have ever been employed to give a notion ot distance in time, is conveyed in the following opinion of the j Cingalese:-"If a man were lo ascend a mountain nine miles high, and to renew these journeys once in a hundred years, till the mountain were worn down by his feet to an atom, the time required would be as nothing-to the fourth part of a kulpu, or period whe-t the world shall be destroyed. This almost borders' tin the Sublime. Ignorance.-Dr. Pauris declares that Doctor Maitcis, native of Bolivia assured him, that in all that Republic he believed not two hundred copies of'the Scripture« entire could be found, throughout a popu- lation of 1,200,000 souls. Scotch Church.-A Scots Presbyterian Church has been established, in Buenos Ayres, the Rev Mr. Brown who officiates there, preaches also at the Monte Grande. Great number of Scots farmers emigrated to Buenos Ayres several years ago. It is ' supposed that tusarly 6()00 individua...

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Original Poetry. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

*&ígí«AX $jo-ítt?#; êb» »Its where the night wind» sigh mournful and low, And tears down htr pale check's aie su earning ; Whilst l.e sleeps uncoii'Cious ot sorrow or wo», And of louie new conquest is dieaiuing. II. He heeds not the throb of wild anguish that heaves lu that heurt, his falsehood has blighted ; Be deems not how deeply the fond mourner grieves, O'er vows he so thoughtlessly plighted. lil. On the moon-as it sails o'er the Ijlne vault of Heaven khe gazes-yet marks not its brightness, With love unrequited her bosom is riven, The prospect to her is delightless. IV. IUr fair form Is failed-her blue eve is dim, Neglected her rich auburn tresses ; % Though »lighted and scorned-she iniuË« only on hliri, And a »ad sigh her anguish confesses. ' ' V, Hit vows a deep spell of enchantment had wove 'Round her, who too loudly believed ; In moments of bliss, virtue yielded to love, And now she was ruined-deceived. VI. !Ue«p on cruel spoiler--enjoy thy repos«, And when thou awa...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney. September 3, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney. September 3,183t. "t¥lS Excellency the Governor has been -*"*. pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police of the Colony ; viz. To be Constables, under the conditions of the Go- vernment Order, No. 12, of 23rci May, 1831. NEWCASTLE.-Duncan Kennedy, per Mary, in the room of Peter Reilly, resigned ; to bear dale the 28th of June. MAITLAND.-Michael Neal, per Three Bees, in the room of James Callagher, resigned ; to bear date the 4th of July. PATERSON'S PLAINS.-Robert Cuthin, holding a ticket of leave, in the room of James Thompson, re- signed; lo bear date the 1st Ultimo SUTTON FOREST.-James Wade, holding a ticket of leave, in the room of George Nultiitg, resigned ; to bear date the 12th of Aueust. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

PRIME COLONIAL TOBACCO. ON SALE, a fresh Consignment of that verv superior TOBACCO, from the Mannfactute ot J. P. WEBBER, R«q" Hunter's Itivec, at Tuo ¡¡hillings Sterling per Pound, {by the Keg), and to su t the Public gsiieiiill), the quantity ol albs, and up waids, «Nil bo sold at a proportionate price. let ins, Cash on deliver}, at the- Stores of DAVID MAZÍERE. ' lOth September, 1831. During .the, lust week there has appeared at Ripon, a »Hunger, who has been goinu about uigeutly soliciting contributions of money, for promoting a scheme by which he undertakes to put down the Methodius. This object he propose-, to effect by the appointment of lay preachers in the Established Church. He profe-ises lo have obtained the concur- rence' of many friends of the Establishment; and lie insinuates thal he has the authority of a distinguished prelate, au eminent dignitary, anil a celebrated lay advocate of the Church of England. His tule has been betieved, and lils project cordially received...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Public Notice. -00 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, September 0,1831. /I PUNT being required for the Ferry .^ at Emu Plains, persons disposed to furnish the same, are invited to transmit their Ofler9, m writing, to this Office, at Twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 52nd instant endorsed "Tender for Punt." The Tender must specify the time within which the Pant can be completed ; and it is to be understood that security will be required for the execution of the Work, to the satisfaction of competent persons, to be appointed to survey the same, A Plan and ¿peciflcation may be seen, on applica- tion to the Master Attendant. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. -o Sydney General Trado List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 5th to the 12th Instant, in- clusive. September U.-DRUMAJORE (barque), «10 tons, Pctre musler, from the Mauritius und Hobart Town, 4082 bags sugar, 67 deal», 1 cask; 7 cases wine, 1 bar. rel varnish, 5 bolts canva-ts, 4 casks tobacco, 43 tons salt, I box »reds, P. Petie ; shipped at Hobart Town ; 250 bushels wheat, 10 tons potatoes, 1 case books," 4 eases appurel, 3 cases cottons, Order.

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

MAHKSTS. The supply was tolerably abundant this morn- ing, but many articles had taken a rise in pt ice. A few samples of WHEAT were brought to market, and were sold from 6s. to 7s. 3d. per bushel. MAIZE was to be obtained from 2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d. per bushel. BARLEY was abundant, but appeared dull of sale. OATS and RYE were nominal. In DAIRY PRODUCE there was no alteration. VEGETABLES were plen tiful. Peas and beans are getting abundant. Fat cattle are in requisition, very small sales have taken place. Sheep for the butchers are a shade higher. Horses may be obtained at very moderate prices. Pigs fetch good prices, if in good condition.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusve. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

EXPORTS. I Vessels cleared from the 5th to the 12th In I stunt, inclusve. 6.-ACTIVE (schooner), 105 tons, Wright master, for New Zealand, 2 casks brandy, S hogsbeads rum, 2 ease» gin I cask tobacco, 3 cases glass, 20 case» soap, 12 cases oil, 3 cases ironmongery, 530 non pots, 3ti bats iron, 'J(.i bales blankets, 10 bales duck, 2 bule« Imwveis, 1 hamper colton wick, 1 case apparel, 1 caie medicine, 16,t)0i) bricks, 6 horses, 2 cows.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Impounding-Advertisement. IMPOUNDED, at the Bullock Wharf, Lower Blanch, on the 1st of september, by G. PARRY, one dark brindle Heiler, not branded, about tsvci year» old.-[4s. 6d.] lu the District of Lower Minto, on the 7>-ii instant, by WILLIAM CRISP, a sii'idy red Cow, white udder and off hind foot, branded on the off hip, supposed to be PP, on the off thigh BC, and on the near hip RC.-[Is. 6d J If the above C ittle are not released, within twenty one days tiom their íespective dale», ihey will be sold io delray expenses.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Weekly Meteorological Table, The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOME- TER, during, the past Week, in Sydney, at 6 m the morning, at noon, and nt 6 o'Clock in the cvemnp. Tues. 6 ti. in. Mild 51 SW IS noon Windy 57 WbW -o ) p. ni. Cool 51 bW Wed |fi a. in. Fine 50 SW 12 noon Windy G0 bli 6 p. m' Cool 63 E Thura.IFriilii} I Sat. I G a. in. 6 «. ni. fi a. in. 1'oggy n0 W -o 12 noon Ellie »61 ENE ¡ö p. ni. Pine 62' N E Warm 56 ! NW -o 12 noon Windy » 69 WSW ¡6 p. ni. Wind\ C6 " Er>E Wann 57 W -o 12 noon Warm 70 NE !fi p. ni Warm 71 NE »un. 6 a. m. Windy 55 SW Mean Tçjnpcrain re, 5J).

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