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Government Order. (No. 8.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Government Order. (No. 8.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 19, 1831. IT having been reported to the Go- vernor, that the injury sustained by Constable   Daniel Geary, on the occasion of the capture of the Bathurst Bushrangers, as announced in the Govern- ment Order, No. 15, of the 20th of October last, will render him unfit for service, in future, His Excel- lency has been pleased, in consequence of his wound, and of his spirited and meritorious conduct in the affair alluded to, to order that he shall receive a pen- sion of One shilling a Day, and be recommended to the Secretary of State for a Conditional Pardon, By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS, On Thursday, from London ard Hobart Town, the ship Red Rover, Captain Chrystie, with passengers and merchandize ; same day, the schooner Admiral Gifford, from New Zealand. On Saturday last, the brig Fame, from London and Hobart Town, with passengers and mer- chandise. DEPARTURES. On Sunday, the 24th ultimo, the ship Norval, for London, with passengers and a cargo of Co- lonial produce ; same day, for Hobart Town, the brig Celia, Captain Christie, with passengers and sundries ; same day, for New Zealand, the schooners Caroline and Currency Lass for New Zealand with sundries. On the 26th ult. the schooner Thistle for Swan River with sundries. On the 28th ult. for London, with passengers and a large cargo of Colonial produce, the ship Sovereign, Captain McKellar.

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Government Notice. CONVEYANCE being required from Newcastle to Sydney, for from Twenty to Thirty Thousand, Feet of Cedar, Persons disposed to Contract for providing the same, are requested to [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 15, 1831. CONVEYANCE being required from Newcastle to Sydney, for from Twenty to Thirty   Thousand Feet of Cedar, Persons disposed to Con- tract for providing the same, are requested to trans- mit their Tenders to this Office, by Twelve o'Clock on Monday, the 16th May, endorsed " Tender for   Conveyance of Cedar." The Tender must state the rate per One Thousand Feet superficial. Further particulars may be obtained, on application at the Office of the Director of Public Works. Security will be required for the due Performance of the Contract. By Command ot His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

AN SALE at the Stores of the under- signed, in Bridge-street, the following GOODS : Bar and Nail Rod Iron, assorted Tin Plates, various marks Ironmongery and Cutlery Register Stoves Cotton Checks and Bandannas Unbleached Calicos Carpeting Blue, Black, and Olive Superfine Cloths Casinetts, Toilenetts, and Swandowns Wearing Apparel White and Check Shirts Book, Mull, and Tamboured Muslins Superfine Hats Stationery, assorted Italian Liquorice Paste Rum and Brandy } Negrohead Tobacco } In Bond Scotch Whiskey ) John Maclaren & Co. Sydney, April 16th, 1831.   FOR SALE   AT THE Australian Stationery Warehouse, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, THE following Choice and Valuable WORKS, at moderate Prices, Vince's Astronomy, 3 vols, quarto. Brown's Philosophy of the Human Mind, 4 vols. Play fair's Outlines of Philosophy, 2 vols. Cyclopædia of Commerce, with the Laws and Practice of the Customs, quartos Edward's Perspective, 4d engravings, quarto.   &...

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Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 29, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 29, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Captain Phillip Nicoll   Anley, of the 17th Regiment, to be a Justice of the Peace for the Territory, and resident Magistrate at Maitland. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. The pithy letter of " A Magistrate," on the enormous charges of impounding advertise- ments, cannot be inserted, he has our best thanks, but he forgets that it is authorised by Act of Council, and till that is altered, the legal burden must continue. " A Subscriber's" letter shall be attended to. We feel obliged to the gentleman at Windsor for his communication, and shall be glad of his future correspondence. "Roscius" on theatrical exhibitions, is under con- sideration ; many things are concerned in the question besides private interests. All Communications must be Post Paid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, Sydney, per quarter 5s.—Single Numbers 7d. Country, (postage included) 6s 3d p. quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s 6d, and 1d each for every Line above Eight.

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Government Order. (No. 9). Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 30, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Government Order. (No. 9). Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 20, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor is   pleased to notify, with reference to the Go-   vernment order, No. 24, of the 29th of December last, that Lieutenant Thomas Meyrick, of the 39th Regiment, is appointed Resident Magistrate at Camp- bell-town—Lieutenant George Sleeman returning to Illawarra, as Resident Magistrate in that District. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.

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REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. SHIPS—Denmark Hill, Vittoria, Albion, Australina, Lady Harewood, Nelson, Kains, Warren, Hashmy, Jane, York, and Red Rover. BRIGS—Lord Rodney, Mary Elizabeth, Juno, Craigievar, Earl of Liver-     pool, Queen Charlotte, Elizabeth, Argo, and Fame. SCHOONERS—Samuel, Active, New Zealander, Ad- miral Gifferd, and Schnapper. CUTTERS— Lætitia Bingham, Lord Liverpool, Fairy, Monitor, and Pan- dora.

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

MARKETS. ——ooo——   The supply of WHEAT in market on Thurs- day was more plentiful than might have been expected, from the continued unfavourable state of the weather. Heavy descriptions fetched 5s. 6d. and 5s. 9d., and light ditto, 4s. to 4s. 6d. The supply of MAIZE was more abundant than the last week, old, 3s. ; new, from 2s. to 2s. 6d. DAIRY PRODUCE and VEGETABLES scarce and dear. POTATOES very plentiful, at 4s.

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Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market {Sterling) Prices. £ s. d. Ale, English.,doz. 0 12 6 Colonial gall. 0 6 0 Arrow Root....lb. 0 1 0 Beer, English, gall. 0 4 0 Colonial " 0 2 0 Biscuit, .. per cwt. 0 16 0 Blankets, Col. p.pr 0 10 0 Blue.......lb. 0 2 0 Bread, 2lb loaf.... 0 0 4   Butter, fresh..... 0 1 9 salt.......0 1 3 Candles moulds..lb 0 0 9 Pips....... 0 0 5½   Cattle, Bullocks,Hd 1 5 0 Working do.. 2 0 0 Cows ... Hd. 1 5 0 do. in milk " 2 0 0 Calves.... " 0 8 0 Sheep .... " 0 4 0 Pigs....." 0 10 0 roasting.. 0 4 0 Cheese, English lb 0 1 9 Colonial..... 0 0 7 Cloth, Parramat.yd 0 1 3 Coffee, ground ..lb 0 1 6 Rags, per doz. ... 0 1 4 Flax, NewZea.ton 22 0 0 Flour, 100lbs. fine 2nds. Barker.... 16s 0d-13s 0d Cooper.... 13s 0d-11s 0d   Darlg Mill.14s 6d-11s 6d Dixon ....14s 0d-11s 0d Giraid ....15s 0d-13s 0d Hall .....16s 0d-13s 0d Fruit, Oranges, doz. 0 2 0 Lemons, " 0 1 0 Apples, " 0 2 0 Glue,......lb 0 1 0 Grain, W...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 18th to the 25th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 18th to the 25th In- stant, inclusive. April 18.—Jane (ship), 221 tons, CHURCH, master, from London, EDWARD BYERS, agent ; 1 case haberdashery, 15 tierces bottled beer, 5 hogsheads, 10 cases wines, Lamb & Co. ; 1 case caps, 39th regt. ; 21 bales clothing, 24 cases caps and boots, 17th regt. ; 5 puncheons rum, 5 cases millinery and haberdashery, 1 bale woollens, 1 crate earthenware, Marsden & Flower : 50 jugs sheeps wash, 2 cases hats, 1 case straw bonnets, 1 case apparel, 1 case haberdashery, 1 case pa- per hangings, 1 bale woollens and carpeting, 1 bale kerseymeres, 1 case saddlery, 1 case playing cards, 1 stanhope complete, 1 box starch, 1 case leather oil hoses, 12 bundles and 20 kegs split peas, 7 dozen oars, 60 dozen hay-rake heads, 8 cases nails, 3 crates earthenware, 10 bags horse shoes, 2 bundles horse shoe nails, 12 cases soap, 5 c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

EX JANE. JUST arrived, and on Sale, at Mr. H. Cohen's, next door to Mr. Hyam's, boot maker, George-street, Ladies and Children's fine Coral, and Corral Necklaces of most excellent description. For LIVERPOOL Direct. THE Fine A. 1 Brig- EARL OF LIVERPOOL, Burthen 230 Tons, T. B. Manning, Commander, will Sail in all May. Her Accommoda- tions are excellent, and she will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO.   or JOHN MACLAREN & CO. For LONDON Direct, To Sail on the 25th May, THE fine fast-sailing River-built Ship LADY HAREWOOD, 429 Tons Register, R.     W. Stonehouse, Commander. Her accomodations are very superior, and she carries an experienced Surgeon. For Light Freight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. Sydney, 29th April, 1831. FOR SALE. THE Fine Brig FAME, 202 Tons per Register, this Vessel is well found in Stores,   carries an immense Cargo for her Reg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 16, 1831. THE undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates of Freedom during the last   week ; viz.— ALMORAH 3, Elizabeth Scott ; ANN and AMELIA, John Anglin or Quin, David Jordon, Julia McManus, Charles ßrady, John Dignum, James Gallogly, James Thornton, Owen Ryan or Rin, Robert Smith, Daniel Callaghan, Samuel Slone, Thomas Ryan, Michael Ready, John Lynch or Brick, Dennis Con- nor, Maurice Dunn, Hugh Cash, Owen Graham ;     ASIA 4, Patrick McCormick, John Devnish, Daniel McDermod, or McDermot, John Pennington, Owen Reilley, James Lynch, John Nicholson, John O'Neill, John Matthews Patrick Cronan, John McIlise, John McGough, Francis Ramsey, John Hey- burn, John Walsh, William Sperm, Martin Kennedy, Edward Nolan, Thomas Barrett, or Barnth ; ASIA 5, Joseph Moore, John Adams ; ATLAS 3, William Lewis, alias Jones ; BATAVIA, William Womack ; BROTHERS 1, Sarah Twellbridge, Mary Ann Helps...

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POSTCRIPT. Monday Morning, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

POSTSCRIPT. Monday Morning, May 2. Arrived on Saturday, the ship Waterloo, Capt. Addison, with 200 male prisoners, from Dublin, whence she sailed the 18th December, Surgeon Superintendent W. H. Trotman, Esq. Command- ing Officer Lieut. James Sleeman, 26th Regt, the Guard consists of 1 Sergeant, 1 Corporal, & 27 Privates of the 82nd and 29th Regiments.— Passengers, D. A. C. G. Looker, Mrs. Looker & one child, D. A. C. G. Slodden Castle, Mrs. Sweeney and two children, 11 women, and 4 children. The Waterloo passed the barque Ea- mont, bound for this port, on Wednesday last in Bass' Straits. We have been favoured with the Globe News- paper, of the 10th and 13th December, from which we collect the following information :— England is still in a very agitated state, but on the whole trade is improving. The New Mi- nistry is popular. Incendiarism is unfortunately spreading. On the 9th Dec. Lord Wyndford moved, in the Honse of Lords, for a Committee, on the State of the Count...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

TO THE PUBLIC. THE advantages of ADVERTISING IN THE SYDNEY HERALD, Must be evident to the Public, when they are informed that it has Seven Hundred & Fifty Subscribers ! WHICH is Considerably more than any other SYDNEY JOURNAL ! ! AND THE Prices for the Paper & Advertisements ARE THE LOWEST IN THE COLONY ! ! ! CHEAP PRINTING. IN DRAWING THE ATTENTION of their Friends, and the Public in general, to the   following List of Prices, STEPHENS, STOKES, & McGARVIE wish to express their thanks for the support they have received since their commencement as Printers, and to assure their Patrons that they can perform every description of Letter Press Printing in a very superior manner, and to any extent, as they possess experience, material, and desire to give satisfaction. The greatest attention shall be paid to future Orders, which are re- quested to be sent to their Printing Office, Redman's-court, George-street, Sydney. Per 100. Per 1000. Cards, 3rd larg...

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Multum in Parvo. (Extracted from English Papers, to the 4th Dec.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Multum in Parvo. ——o——   (Extracted from English Papers, to the 4th Dec.) The exhibition of Sir T. Lawrence's pictures, since his death has realised to his relations £3000. A warrant for the increase of the pay of Quar- ter Masters and Sergeants of regiments has been issued. It is complained by the Adjutants that their interests have been neglected. This pressed more on Adjutants of cavalry than on those of infantry regiments, as the pay of each is the same; whilst the former must pur- chase a Cornetcy at £840 ; the latter pays for his Ensigncy £450. At the coronation a brevet will take place, down to Colonel Savage in the marines. The Duke of Portland has purchased the Muirkirk Estate for 75,000l. The Glasgow association for educating Roman Catholics, dis- penses the blessings of education to 1400 des- titute children, who are allowed to use the Pro- testant version of the Scriptures. It is said, that Sir Phillip Sydney will be made Lord de Lisle,   a titl...

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The Court of the Press, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

The Court of the Press. ——o—— By Dr. FRANKLIN, The abuses of a licentious Press weve never, perhaps, pourtrayed in more caustic irony, than       in the following Essay by Dr. Franklin. It is a satire on the abuses of the Press frorn beginning to end. How far it is conect, or applies to other countries, besides Pennsylvania, we leave our Readers to determine. It is a matter of regret that a machine, calculated to produce the most   lasting good, should be perverted, by injudicious   use, to purposes that are radically bad. This Essay was written by a Printer, and the most popular Editor in America. No man did more to break the fetters of the Press, or extend its legitimate privileges. But this rendered him the better qualified to decide regarding its abuses, and the evils and dissentions arsing from its   imprudent exercise. We have ventured to lay it before our Readers in our present number ; as a light b...

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Domestic Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Domestic Intelligence. The fifth anniversary of the School of Indus- try was held on Monday, at the school house, Mac- quarie-street, it having been postponed from the pre- vious Friday, in consequence of the inclement state of the weather. Mrs. Darling and family, together with most of the ladies of the Colony were in atten- dance, and by a spirited purchase of fancy articles, contributed to the advancement of the funds of the   Institution. The report was read by the Venerable Archdeacon Bronghton.—Two prisoners of the crown were found stowed away on board the ship Sovereign, as she was on the point of sailing ; they were handed over to safe custody.—The 15th proximo is the day set down for the opening of the Criminal side ol the Supreme Court.—A considera- ble number of booths have been elected on the race course, and every exertion is making to render the accommodations at the approaching races as com- plete as possible.—The excellant snuffs manufactured &nb...

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Court of quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831

Court of Quarter Sessions. Monday. April 25.—Before the Chairman, W. J. Browne, Esq J. P , and H. C Sempill, Esq. J. P. John Warner was indicted for stealing one case of gin, the property of Saul Lyons. It appeared, that the property was given into his possession by the prosecutor, to convey to Mr. Klen- sendorlffe, of Sydney , which was not done, but con- verted to his own use, but that he did not break open the package. The Chairman observed, that in point of law that was not larceny ; the goods had been delivered to the prisoner as a kind of carrier, and if he did not break open the package, or did not receive it with intent to   appropriate it to his own use, he was bound to direct them to return a verdict of not guilty. The Jury re- turned a verdict accordingly. James Bunce was indicted for an assault on Harriet Brian, about ten years of age, with intent to violate her person, and Catherine, his wife, for aiding and abetting in the said assault, at Sydney, on the 2...

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