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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

I COUNTRY SALES. | Mu. G. Wilkinson.-On the premises of Mr. C. Macquarie, at the Paterson, August 8, Farming Implements, Wheat, Bul ocks, Pigs, Goats, Household Furniture, &c.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Mary Hay, for Twofold Bay ; Deborah, for Launceston ; Caernarvon, for the Sperm           Fishery, Gulnare, for Singapore ; Amelie Raymonde, for Bourbon, this day. Georgiana, for Singapore ; Sir John Byng, for Hobart Town ; John Pirie, for Port Phillip ; Julia, for the Bay of Islands ; Sove- reign, for Moreton Bay, to-morrow. Terror and Governor Phillip, for Norfolk   Island, on the 6th instant. Jupiter and Honduras, for London, on the 10th instant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALl'.S BY AUCTION. rPj insert, for the information of the Pnhtie, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. Foss and Lloyd.-Al their Rooms, nt 11 o'clock, Claret, Poit, and Sherry, Pork, Paint and other Brushes, House Brooms, Leather, Bottled Fruits, Cheese, Hains, / Flour, &c. Pickering and Lucas.-At Davies's Wharf, Sussex-street, at 12 o'clock, Cedar, Pine Planks, &c. Mu. Stuiiiis.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Brandy, Sbeiry and Port Wines, Tobacco, also, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Stations, &c, at Mnueioo. Mr. Rundle.-On the promise*, Lower George-street, (late Mr. Alexander M'Urc gor's), at 10 o'clock, Household Furniture, &c.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

DEATH.     On Thursday, the 28th ultimo, after a lin- gering illness, Margaret, the wife of Mr. Faithfull, of Richmond.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for This Say I August. SUN, I HIGH TIDE rises | sets. ¡ morn | tvcii 3 | wr.iiNBsUAY | G -If) I 5 11 I 5 l8 j 5 -12 New Moon, August 7, 11 in. to 1, morning.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

IMPOUNDINGS.   Liverpool.-July 15 : One yellow bullock, slightly brindled, branded apparently, E on   the near hip, SJ on off hip. One red and   white bullock, point of the off ear cut off,   branded apparently R on the near hip, ap-   parently B near thigh, AL off shoulder.   Both Bullocks appear to have been worked;   damages on them 15s. If not released on or   before 15th August, they will be sold. S.   PEARCE, [10s.     QUEANBEYAN. -On the 10th July, by one of       the Mounted Police; - One bay mare, black points, aged, long tail, lame on off hind leg,   branded 8 under S on near shoulder, and   apparently L under the saddle same side, with     a bay filly foal, not branded. If not released, they will be sold on the 4th day of August, &nbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

rpHE Proprietors of the Herald ?* draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on all accounts of upwards of six months' standing.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS.   August 2. Dolphin, 16, Nicholson, for Port Aiken, in ballast ; Waterwitch, 57, Evans, for   Broulee with sundries ; Rose, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundries.  

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

anaixsH ixiB&crs. Tin: Metropolitan Prisons ron Dciir. There ave at the present period upwards of £00 poisons confined for debt in Whitccross strcet Prison, besides about 100 on bail from the Insolvent Debtors' Court. The numbei confined is greater than has been for some yonis The ivieiKuie nov, before tv« fl of Louis lespeetmg the conaZl«. "»-«lH dehtois piuo'iu w.lf, ot ,,'Sro 'A'T cres stieet o, lloisemonge. C* U« 0 uises have been added "to l,c n.ll^Bi 1 ouse of Commons, and soil ..'"iM i teiatin, s ," ,ht ,mi agement " ,,, Î^M Bench Pnson nle exncctni ,,) i (i,,(«^B cilled"! he Queen TlCn ÄÄ the m «orien "ow in the 1 leetn, *\u, Ufl w .11 be i emov ed I he Sccictar of u NM be empowered to ""ki iule, &°gí|H and a distinction will Piobnbly 7. JTiM «he mm ites I he, e w ¡11 be Ve 2 ' 11 Admit i ty piHoncis, Chancen so"! Í1B Ma.shalsei pnsoiic.s, bc««1ei fi «? have lice, located foi some y oar,, L'W 1 heie .3 one man in the 1 feet . '!« a pi ison« up ni ds of _>,...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PARRAMATTA. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

OJtlGlXTAX, OOHKSSiOKDESCa. PARRAMATTA. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Genillmls,-In youl pnpei of this day you say, ' that a temporal y place of worship is to he opened on Sabbath next at Pun amatta, foi the use of the Presbv teuaus ol that town and ncighbomhood, until the piesent disputes m that denomination are tei.mnatcd." I beg to say that it is believed that these disputes me ali cady tciminalcd. Pinato letters from scvci ii of the leading membei s of the Chinch of Scotland denounce the pio eccdings of the Sv nod against the ministers of Paiiamntt.-i and Maitland, us illegal mid of the most dniigeiousehniactei , and an ofhcial despatch, supposed to releí totlns snhjcet,wau lcceived about six weeks ago, winch has been studiously concealed. Wil you allow nie lo eiiquuc through youl columns what the contents of that despatch are, and vv bethel they do not initially "put a Ici munition to that disputii." Youls, _ P. Q.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

CO&XZVX2UCJA& xtrrKXiX.r.ci¡araa. Ir appeals from lite advices fiom Chili, by parties not interested, that the shipments ol flour und wheat to this poit have been ah indoned, on account of the veiy high rate of fieight demanded, and thiit no more may be, for the present, expected fiom that ciumtci. JOHN JOHNSON Broker, Lower George-street.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

j »0MMVÏ6 ÍHTÍIAiaauüS, INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Tuesday. B íonr IhcCiiirt CommissionT rneoi ot ci ums In the estate of Challes Mush a thud meeting Jc lui G Cohen and Co £J 2s rd Ileniv Hayes £<)2s Roheit Blond X8 1/s John Meddeiburn £ 1 13s td In the cslnte of Roberts, Cave mid Co , a third meeting, Hughes and Ho king £21 2s 0(1 , Saul lyons, £n 3s 5d In the estate of Toseph Robeils, afluid meeting \\ llliiim Soole XJlls (k1 M Mill a 01 IXSOI vi NTS UNDI II lill NLW VCT Hie following table shows the numbei of pel sons who hnve respectively become insolvent dining cich of the months vv Inch have cxpnedsince the pieseut Insolvent T aw carne into operation, also the dcci case of c ich succcssiv c month A umba of Iiisoltenli Icbiuaiy 109 Mnich 7 J 3(1 Deciease Apnl AS 15 M i\ 47 11 June 57 10 Increase lilly 42 15 Deciease, lotal in the six months ended dist July 3SG W G Gviid-We reglet to leam that some expressions in our icpoit of the exauu n ition of the above insolvent are...

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COLONIAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

COLONIAL WINES. - We insert below a paper, communicated by one of our friends in the country, on the Vine and the Manufacture of Wine, with reference more particularly to the opinions and suggestions of M. de Licny. This gentleman, who arrived in the colony last year, and who has had long experience on the continent of Europe, both in the practical management of vineyards and in the most approved method of converting the juice of the grape into table beverage, is of opinion, after having visited various parts of the colony, and examined the principal vineyards, that both the soil and climate are admirably adapted for the pro- duction of certain esteemed wines, not merely for home-consumption, but for ex- portation. . It will be seen by the com- munication referred to, that he considers the wine produced on the estate of Mr. Wakuen, on the William's Uiver, to bo of so superior a character, that by a" little more attention to the fermentation, aud to the method of pruning the vines, i...

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MELBOURNE CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

I MELBOURNE CORPORATION BTTT I Plie Melbourne Corporation Bill was lead a second time, and oïdeicd to be timiscribed ?and piescntcd to the Ooveinoi bj' the Al tome ) Oenei il nid Mi Joncs Hie ( oinicil sepni lied with the mido stni ding that thej wric to meet n^nin tins du), to dispose ol the Mclh mine Aids Bill the Sydney Vids Bill, and the Hunter Rivei Auction Company s Bill_

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

i tOoisiiâ.Trya ceuwcsz.. i Tuesday, August 2. I Pi vsrsT -rho Governoi, tlicCommnndei of lb" 1 mees, the Coloni ii Secictni\, the Attoi mj Genen!, the (olkctoi of Customs the Auditni Gencisl, Mi Campbdl, Mi Beiij Mi Blixhnd Mi H Maeulhui bit John ) unison, and Mi lames Mncuthui CI1\ Or SYDN1Y The GovriiNon piesented the Bill, of which he had picviously given notice asa supple mcnlary Bill to the Municipal \cr, empowci nig the 1 i},islnfiiie foi the time being, to nbudge -iltci, oi even annul, the puvilcges giaiitcd by the Municipal Act, ii such should bo di cmed necessuy {he Bill was rend a fust time, and ordeicd to be le-id again on luesday ne\t CObltl 01 CLAIMS I he Gov nixon next liitinduccd the Bill i c1 Hive to the Com t of Claims, of which he gave notice on 1 uesdaj last, the object of the Bill being to i eliev e the public of the expense luthcito paul tow aids thcsuppoit of the Comt of Claims, by in iking suitois pay the whole imount of lees, instead of the one half as hciet...

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COAST OF NEW ZEALAND. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

COAST OF NEW ZEALAND.   To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,—You will oblige me by insert- ing in your valuable journal the following account o a reef of rocks, which I passed close to on the afternoon of the 16th June   last, on the east coast of New Zealand :—At   half-past two P. M., passed close to two rocks, lying about N. b. E.; from each other dis- tant about an eighth of a mile, the southern- most about the size of a canoe, and about   three feet out of the water ; the northern one peaked, and about the size of a tun butt. At this time Cape Gable bore W. S. W., the entrance to Tolaga Bay, N. W., is a very re- markable conical hill inland, directly over the entrance, our estimated distance from the land was fifteen miles, and our latitude, from a good observation at noon, 38° 28' S. I am aware that a reef near this position has been before reported ; but as it has never been in- troduced into any chart tha...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. August 2. Dolphin, 16, Nicholson, from Port Aiken, with shells, &c. ; Rose, 172, Pattison, from Morpeth, with wool, corn, hides, &c. ; Mary, 15, Turner, from the Hawkesbury, with lime and shingles ; Bee, 12, Toole, from Kiama, with cedar.

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CLEARANCES YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

CLEARANCES YESTERDAY.   The brig Gulnare, Captain Stevenson, for     Guam, with sundries. Passenger—Mr. Ire- land. The French brig, Amelie Raymonde, Capt.           Larose, for Bourbon, in ballast. Passengers —Monsieur Houbert and servant  

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY JULY 20, 1842. COURT OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

OOVEKUrdHNT GAZNTtl I?'] VIUDA Y JULY SO, lSli. ÍI COURT OF CLAIMS. tl NoTici is beieby given, tint the fjllowni i ^ Claims foi Deeds of Giant of Land and lot¡ ^ Allotment«, will be i cady foi tlicexnininatinf* of the Commissioueis nt the exmiatioiiofUiL. months fiom this date beloio winch day,siijk Caveat 01 Coiintei Claim must be intcreditfeS this Ollice Due Notice will bo given oflblf dnjs appointed foi the Ileirmgs - R* 113,1, 113t Geoige Turber and TIioimiII Dee both of Maitland, 02 acres, dirt fe? of Of! acies), county of Noilliumbcrloní,ri palish of M inland, commencing nt lli|* notthcin extiemc of the cast bormdiri limp of land claimed bj f Smith lins is a port oil of (he land onginully occupied bj P Kelli; |1 of which he was to have icceiied a lease bitE? the loe ition was converted into a granttrP* Governor Dailini', on the l'Hh Mnj, IS30if| part having been lesuintd hythe Government pi compensation has been an aided adjaccrt fe Reilly is now deceased, and the claimants at...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

I X,jQ.W IîjrtlllGIlWCB. I SUPREME COURT.-Civir. Sioe. Tucsiiay. Pi roar Mi Justice Sti i urx in 11 v v VIOCATTV lins was an action hiou¿ht to rccovci the value of a quantify of i ice and ii piomissoiv note for -CJ1 odd, which had been e liusted to the iUfendant to come) to Cloud) Bij, in his vessel, the liansfn, in June, 1M1 Mi WisnuM n gave an outline of the case, and called the following witnesses John líele) deposed I um the son of the pi until! I know the defend mt, I homns Moe ittn, he was lcpitted ownci mid supei caigo of the lian Jet I went on bonid hei injune 1S11, toput 15 cwt J quai eis, nibs of nee on board of hei Hie defendant was thcie, tnlkmg to two gentlemen, while the seamen weic getting the nee out of the boat Aftci it wns on deck, my fithei said, hcie is the nee and the piomissoi) note I pi o mised to bung Hie men vvcic pulling the nee into the hold when defendant told the mite it shou'd have been put into the ln/aiclte but is it was down it must be 1 cpt bj NMicn...

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