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

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to:—   In Sydney.—No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- cription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.—No new Sub- cribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed; the subscription in advance   being £1 11s. 6d. per half year; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. In all cases, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering th...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 25 August 1842

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. - MONDAY BEFORE Mr. Justice BURTON and a Special Jury, COLLINS V. ELWIN, This was an action for slander; the plain tiff was John Gunn Collins, Esq , commonly known as Captain Collins, and the defendant   Hastings Elwin, Esq., manager of the Aus- tralian Trust Company. Counsel for the plaintiff, the Attorney-Ge neral, Mr. Windeyer, and Mr. Darvall; for the defendant, the Solicitor-General, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Broadhurst. Attorney for the plaintiff, R. J. Want; for the defendant, J. Norton.       Mr. Darvall opened, the case. There were six counts in the declaration. The slander complained of was, that at various times,and to various persons, the defendant had, with a view to injure the good name and fame of the plaintiff, and to create doubts as to his solvency, concocted and spread reports which were untrue, and which had had the effect intended. That the plaintiff was en- gaged in partne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mu. A. DODDS.-At Newcastle, August 30, Horses and Cows, and Land and House at Newcastle. Mu. Tuasna.-At West Maitland, Septem- ber a, Cattle. Mu. Ltscovian.-At Arthur's Inn, Bathurst, September 7, Allotments in the Township of llroughton, Mu. JOSEPH BULL.-At Goulburn, Septem- ber 2, Horses. Mu. A. DODDS AND MU. A. FLOOD.-On the ground, September G, the Estate of Wood- ford. Mu. Lvn.vN WHITE -At the Bay Horse, Cas- tlereagh, September 12, a Farm on the Nepean.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

IÎIAUY. EZe asoranda for Tbls Dar August. . SUN, rises I sets. HIOH TIDE. morn | even F R l DAY I 6 20 I 5 31 I 12 .10 I 12 54 Last Quarter, August 20, 53 in. past 1, p. m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

Ali-1'KACT OF S.VL-1'.S 1JÏ AUCITU.N. We into I, foi the information of the Pitb!ic¡ an Absli %ct of all the Public Sulri which ttde place THIS DAY. Toss VNO LIOVD-At thin Rooms, at 11 o clock, e\t isue silo of Books the euttei J hompton, Coppet N tils, Mc Ma S LIONS- At Campbell s Whaif, nt 10 o clock, Old Cop pet , 1 hu Mut, nt 11 o clock, lour houses i i Geoi re sheet, ueirl\ opposite the Roy ii Hotel Land on the Iluntci and William Hivei.-, binni!), W hiike), lobicco, 1 lo n, Sheep Mr , on the piemiaes lift!) occupitd by MI-MIS lohn Wilson, lum , and Co, G oigi s-ieet at 11 o clock, continuation of ile ol bloc - in-ti ide of Iionmon n i \ Cuthi),Ho ici v, Linen uni Woollen Drtpeiy, OihninS Stoics, Mt Mu Bi vcKviVN -.t the lesidence of Captain Pnsons, Kent stieet, neai Diuitt stieet, nt 11 o clock, Household ruimtuie, Piano ijite, Mc Mit Poi ven-At h s Mait, at 11 o'clock, Carnages, Gigs, Dia}s, Hoises, Maits, Hm ness, Mc Ma. P M vira-At his Sale Room, Bntk field-hill, at 11 o cl...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." CAPE OF GOOD HOP[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

sysMM*saaM'pii_»i¡ji_-aaBB-1 -.^fiiTro^s saa«ia»«aB>aaB»xasaws»»BssB«asass»aBvaBss ©fit âs'oneg ftiormitg Remito. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20,18.2. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." CAPE OP GOOD HOPF "WE regret to slate, that the intelligence rjceived yesterday from the Cape of Good Hope, shows that the Nul ni settlers had proceeded to furtheracts of hostility towards Her Majesty's troops. Having captured a large quantity of ammunition and stores, including two field-pieces, intended for he use of the saliers, tit: se;tier, had besieged Captain SMITH in his intrenched ¡ camp, and as he was short of provisions, the settlers having obtained possession of his supplies, it was feared that he would be obliged to surrender before the reinforce- ments would arrive. A further detach- ment of troops, three bundled in number, and II. M. S. his, 44 guns, Captain Sir J. MARSHAIX, and Lily, 16 guns, Com- mander BAKE ii, had been despatched to Port Natal. The differs wete committing very ex- tensi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

DEATH. On Wednesday last, James, youngest son   of the late Rev. Dr. Henry Ussher, F.T.C.D.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

DEPARTURE. For Launceston via Newcastle, the brig Union, Captain Wardle, in ballast.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1842. SALE OF OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

oov-2-tsrnt-isrr CA.»». TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, lui. SALE OF OCCUPATION LICENSES. Coi OMA- SrcniTAitvs OtncL, SYDVEY, -2nd AUOUST 1812 - \t 11 o clo k ol rinm. da}, the __nd of Septembei ne\t, the Colo mai lioaiirer will put up to auction, at the Colonial lieasury, the licenses to occupy, under the lei'iil itions of the 21st August, lb II, the undei mentioned poitions ot lind foi one ye ti fiom the 1st da} of Octobei, Ial2 luithoi infoimallan lespecting the lands mi} be obtained fioin the Smvevoi Geitcinl, and lespecting tho conditions, ti out the Colonial rrea.uiei NorTituvmraL\ND-I 050 acres, at Luke M lcquarie, about eight miles south of Reid's Mistake 2 1000 acie», same pi ice 3. lO.Oacics neat Sling nee Point, Lake Mac qiltiic 1- 100J actes, same place. Upset puce, £5 p»i sctti in Grono! v-ii v-a 1010 icies, near Mount Lawson, Campbells River 0 1100 acres, samcplicc 7 (ill actes, neu Dunn s PI uns S, 9 d10 icios each, at the Diamond Sw imp, near the h«id of réaiyaloola Cietk Upset ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

oMiazNA.1. COKSCBSPOKTSKIVTCS. [ADVFltTISFME^T ] THE REV WILLUM M'INTYRr lo the Fdilois ./ the Sydney Moi nmg Herald GFNTLEMFN-I trust you will allow me to trespass veiy shortly on your space, merely to remove an injurious anl uii-ust nipressnn which the communication of the Rev Mr M'Intyrc, in yout paper of yesterdiv, is cal- culated to pioduce, affecting the clninctcr of a munster of religion I am exceedin0ly un wilting to anpc u as the public accusci of youl reverend coiicspondent, especially as what I have to stite mu«t convict linn ofn disteputible attempt to listen the einiges of «landei indfilsoho ¡don abrolhei clcigymau, who is not in the remotest degree implicated m the pi émises on which the se charges ure founded I tiust, however I shall mt in the few rem ul s I h ive ti o Iel, he guilty ol any of the Botan) bay isms with which the rev genflennn s letter abounds Mi M Intvre condemns, in seveie terms, the publication of ltimours without pre viotisl) subjecting them to the ...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) NEWCASTLE. A very melancholy accident, occasioned by   the incautious use of fire-arms, occurred here on Saturday last, to one of the privates of the 99th regiment. It appears that one of the sentries, on coming off guard, neglected to draw the charge from his musket, and one of his comrades belonging to the same regiment,   on coming into the guard-room, took it up, and said jestingly to another private, "Charley, I'll shoot you!" and immediately pulled the             trigger, when the piece went off, and killed the other dead on the spot. The ball pene- trated the neck, and came out at the back, beneath the shoulder-blade, lodging in the wall at the other side of the room. The man who was the means of depriving his fellow soldier of life was seized with remorse, having always been on the most intimate terms with the dec...

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NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

NEWCASTLE. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21.-An inquest was this day held on the body of a soldier of the 90th regiment, who was shot dead by a private of his own regiment. The Coroner's jury brought in a verdict of manslaughter! The substance of the evidence elicited was, that the deceased was acting cook for the detach- ment for the week, and the prisoner was at   the time on sentry. It appeared that the man was warned for guard in the morning, but being     the last out, he had picked up, by mistake, a   fire-lock belonging to a soldier who had come off the stockade guard, and who had neglected to draw the charge. There being a prisoner       in the barrack guard room, and the weather being showery, he left his post, and went in- side for shelter, and while in there he inad- vertently presented the piece at the deceased out of a lark, and to his utter amazement it went off and shot the deceased. How often...

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WATER POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

WATER POLICE OFFICE. j WEDNESDAY. ' BcroRE Ry.vN BRENAN, and JOHN CAM?IIELL E<qr»., Justices of the Peace. CONCALING Sl'MUTS. MichaelFairell, a settler residing at Pitt- water, appeared yesterday on his own bail, to answer a charge preferred against him by Mr. Jeffrey, of the Customs Department, for having been concerned in conceding one hundred and seven quarter'casks of brandy, and twenty-nine puncheons of mm, ot Cowan Creek, on the lltli June last. . In this case, the summonses issued to the witnesses lind specified the, hour of ten o'clock, at which li.na the 'magistrates were present; bul the prosecutor, ,.\lt\ Jeffrey, not appearing until 'eleven, the ease was dis- missed. Mr. Nichols, who was employed for the defence, having denied thS legality of their retaining his client in custody as the prosecutor did not think proper to attend, and forthwith sent the formel away. CONCEALING SPIRITS. Tim was n case similar to the foiegoing, the defendant, Bubett Henderson resi...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

IMPOUNDINGS. EMU FERRY POUND, by Thomas Shadlow;         One yellow heifer, branded WS, S milking       side One small letl cow, white heifei calf b} bei side brande J \G on nhs neal MtU One blick bullock, white back and bell} bunded apparently M on olliunip One black cow, a black bull oil by bet side, branded WS on rump null ing sid , -- W ou lump neal sill, T^ (/ on hie1 ditto One led cow, biaudc 1 V C o i bick, RP t lump, nnlkingstde something like J nein lump One huge ltd hu loti Gil in till ni lipandofl tlii.lt One icd cow a hcifu cilf hy hci side, i» an (ltd on tine, h milking side G, on neck ditto One luge led b illocl , white pot ovei left eye, blundell H on o'lmmp One ltd hulei, a little willie in back nu! belly no bl mil visible If not nie isetl heloie the 1-th of Sipttmhei, lilt) will be sold G H Bone [ia* 3d. Jrit». s Pi AUS,-August 7 Out black pole) heifer, hi own bael , brandtd P...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 21.—Fly, 10, Legge, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Endeavour, 10, Shake- shaft, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Rover, 10, Thompson, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Union, 155, Grainger, for Port Philip via Newcastle, with coals ; Currency Lass, 19, Stephenson, for Brisbane Water, with flour ; Ranger, 12, Laverick, for Port Aiken, in ballast : Bee, 12, Toole, for Kiama, with sundries ; Trial, 14, Robinson, for Brisbane Water, with sundries,   THE THERESA,—This vessel has at length arrived safely in Port Jackson without any sickness on board her, with 233 bounty emi-   grants, who all appear very healthy. There were thirty-three deaths on board from the time of her leaving London; ten from typhus, and the others from remittent fever, many of whom were children. Two of the cabin passengers named Miss Bell, and Mr. Bissett were among the number of those who fell victims to ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 24.—Traveller's Bride, Raile, from the Paterson, with 1000 bushels maize and 10 tons potatoes ; Mary Ann, 52, Williams, from   Port Macquarie, with 10,000 feet timber ; Currency Lass, 19, Stephens, from Brisbane Water, with 8,500 feet timber ; Ranger, 12, Laverick, from Port Aiken, with shells ; Trial,   14, Robinson from Brisbane Water, with shells.

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VESSELS LAIDON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. FROM LONDON DIRECT.—Spartan, 100, Macey, merchandise, April 25. Duke of Manchester, 500, April. St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 264, Moore. Glenswilly, merchandise, May. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, April 30. Tapley, 350, Mallory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams, April 20. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise, April 23. Trial, 430, Day, mer-   chandise, April 23. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer- chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. FROM PLYMOUTH.—Bramble, H. M. B., 10 guns. Fly, H. M. S., 18 guns, Blackwood. FROM LIVERPOOL.—Colombian, 276, Wukem, April. FROM SCOTLAND.—Duke of Richmond, mer- chandise, March 11.   FROM PORT PHILLIP.—Timbo, Platina. FROM HOBART TOWN.—Isabella Watson. FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—Guiana, Bow- man. FROM NEW ZEALAND.— Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Regia.   Margaret, McKinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

roa -rica sji.rnu.aa2f, j i~ ¡r- nriHE remarkably fine fut aail '«W TRAVELLER'S liHinS, -¿SsE-aSS?* «¡Il sail for the ah jve on Monday nex-. Fur particu'ars apply to the muster, cn board or to J. II. DALLAS. Dtviea's Wharf, August 25. 2731 Trlaretou Hay ana Clarence SUyor 1 r-i- npl,E riN,î NEW SLOOP SV^HV *? B S TU KR. \ fi^^W fi0 ton»' for Moreton Bay on | ¡E'sM'a: Tu.^lay, the :i3th instant. The RESOLUTION, ïiOtons, for the Clarence Uiver, ou .Sund ty, the 2dib. Apply for frtiglit o* paisaje to JAMES COOK. Union Wharf, August 2fl. 2751 _*<;-' rV-claourao, und Bouili --u-;ra.la, 1 ,r-r-- npHE FAST SAILING BitIG i^R'-lK .?? DORSET. i_.j\\î|\Jrar Wal ib, master, will podtively clear -YrSig-^r* mt cn M-.turduy, and sail on Sun- day morning next. Having roora for a f-vv tons more freight, and a few cabins being still disengaged, immediate application is cecessury to V. and E. SOLOMAN. . Liverpool Waar'. August 25. 2743 For Valparaiso, touching at Mew S .aland, HE well-known...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

MORETON BAY. THE very high rate which has been given by the Sydney land speculators for the allotments lately sold at Brisbane, has created   considerable surprise amongst those who have come done here with the intention of making Moreton Bay their future homes; in fact, the prices given for some of the allot- ments (none of which are in a very com- manding site for business) has entirely put a stop to all building speculations for the present, much to the detriment of the nume- rous mechanics who have been for some time waiting for the land sale. No doubt the late purchasers have ere this found out that they have burnt their fingers, so there will be some chance of the next sale going off at reasonable prices. Business is very dull just now, and will continue so until the shear- ing time, when the arrival of the wool teams will cause a stir in the settlement. The blacks are still very troublesome about Darling Downs, one shepherd had been killed and other severely woun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

"DERSONS sending- Advertisements , for insertion in this Journal, who are not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will not bo inserted. SALES BY AUCTION. - risa ATC» sacenvr» rxotra. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by Auction, at his Mart, the corner of George-street aad Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, the 26th instant, at eleven o'clock, About eleven tons Valparaiso Fine Flour Ditto twenty-three tons Second Ditto Terms at sale. 2638 BY annan OÏ -ruc TRUSTÉES. SHE BP. MR. SAMUEL LYONS has received in strutions to sell by Auction at his Mart, the corner of George-street and Charlotte place, THIS DAY, the 26th instant, at eleven o'clock. Nine Teeswater Rams, imported per Hero, by Mr. William Hill Twenty selected colonial Ewes Nineteen Lambs, produce of the above The above sheep may he seen at Mr. Arm- strong's Repository, Caatlcrcairh-street, the day previous to thcs&le. Terms at sale. 2100 ï...

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