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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Spirits and Tobacco. Stock'on hand 3rd instant, B. P. Rum, 26,593 gal- lons; I,randy, 37 ,«52$ gallons ; gin, 14,019 gallons; other spirit», 6,7<J3 gallons ; tobacco, 4.* 5H7 pounds. Received du ung the week, B. P. Rum, 3,133 gal- lons; brandy, 40 gallons; other spirit», 367 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. Rum, 3,735 gallons; brandy, 93i'J gallons; gin, 318 gallons; other spirit», lO'j gallons; tobacco, 1,06* pound». Delivered for exportation, brandy, COI gallons; other spirits, 111 gallons. Stock on hand loth instant, B. P. Rum. 25,090 gal- lons ; britndv, 35,761 gallons ; gin, 13,701 gallons ; other spirits, 6,011 gallons; tobaooo, 43,633 pound». . ' September IS, 1831.

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RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 17th Sept. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM ' PRODUCE for the Week ending nth Sept. £ s. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 7 8 p. bus.of BOlbi. Middling, ditto. 0 5 3 ditto ditto Worst, ditto. 0 3 6 dilto ditto Bailey, best ditto.0 2 9 ditto of 50lbs. Mai/.e, best ditto.;.0 2 3j do. uleasureint. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 o per lb. Middling, ditto.0 1 8 ditto Potatoes, N.S.Wales... 6 0 0 per ton Dill", Derwent.,. 7 0 0 ditto Butter, bet salt...ey..8 10 0 per owl. Cheese, good ...'.. 2 7 0. ditto foik, salt. 110 0 ditto. W. C. PÎ7DDBPOOT, Cominmioii Agent, Oeorge-street.

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Australian Price Current. Including last Thursduy's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Australian Price Current. Including lustThursduy s Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, English-Hhd.4?. a 67 do. doz. lix ii Hi Colonial-Hhd. CO a 80 do. do/. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd. 4/. a 61 do. gal. 4s a 6s Colonial-Hhd. 45 a 55 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,-jiercwt. 14 a lfi Blankets, Col.p. pi. 16 a SO Blue,.lb. 2 a 00 Kicad,Slh.loal,4d a Oh4ii) Butter, ficsh.,..2s 0 a 2 G salt.1 1 a I 9 CanrileSjMlds.lb.O 9 a 0 00 Dips.. 0 5 a 0 fi Cattle-Bullocks ea.15/a60i Working do. 60 a 8(> Cowa,.. . " 30 a 40 do.in Milk " 40 a OU Calves,....,, 6 a o Sheep." 4 a 5 Pigs....... ,, 7 a 10 dti. roasting, 4 a 0l> Cheese, Enç.lb.isDdn Ost ri Col. "07 a 0 9 Cloth,Pairamatta per yard.l8 a 0 0 Do. Bi oad do. 3 4 a 0 0 tolfeegrnd. Iii. 1 (5 a 0 O Eggs, pci do/.. 8d a 0 10 t lax, N e a Zeil, ton, 18/ a 20/ rioui, 1001 bs, hue 2nds Barker.20s0d-10-.0d Longlord, ..19 0 -10 0 Dai ling M ii 1,00 0 -00 0 Dixon,.20 0 -IG 0 Oiiard, ....la 0 -15 0 Vickeis, ....19 0 -16 0 rruit,Orungespei do¿. o 8 Lemons, do. o 3 Gr...

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

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London.-RENOWN, 317 tons, Dawes, Gore Si Co. agents, 1st October. Launceston -IHN D, 140 tons, R. Campbell j ii ii. St Co. agents, J-Uli Insiaiit. Hobart I'own- EMMA KEMP, 37 lons, Edward Bycis agent, lilli instant.

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Vessels entered outwards from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Vessels entered outwards from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. 6.-INTEGRITY, 220 tons, George Bunn agent, Ho bail Town. 7. EMMA KEMP, 37 tons, Edwards Bvets agent, Hi.butt Town. SIRGËORGE MURRAY,'302 Ion«, edward Byers agent. New Zealand. 10. PA LAMBAM, 391 tons, A. B. Spark agent, Loudon.

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Coastwise from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Coastwise from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. \ INWARDS. HOPE, 2*'tons, Browne, Newcastle, coals.-ROVER, I 10 tons, Duncan, ditto, dum.-SHAMROCK, 30 tons Williams, ditto, dilio.-FANNY", 2't tous, Corbidge, II-' tawarra, cedar.-JOHN, H tons, Twcrble, Hawkesbury' wheat.-MONITOR, 20 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, coals* -LAMBTON, 62 lons, Corlette, Port Stephens, »uri" drie».-S A It Ali 16 tons, Labes, Port Macquarie,'cedar. - SOPHIA JANE, 156 lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun. dries.-MAID OF THE MILL, 11 tons, Mosman, New- castle, sundries,-HOPE, .94 tons, Browne, Newcastle, coals. ? . . !

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney September 14, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney September 14, 1831 TOWN ALLOTMENTS. TT H E undermentioned Individuals having respectively stated that the Allotments set opposite thPir names are bona fide their pioperty, «nd now m their possession :-Notice is hereby given, that unless written Caveats be lodged in this Office wubin one month from the present date, Deeds of Grant will then be executed in favour of the said in. dividual» accordingly, in lieu of the parties in whose names the said lands were originally described, viz. 1. Robert Richie, ac. 0, 0 r. 24 p. Twenty-four perches, described as section 7, allotment 6, ni the Government Notice of 18th May, 1831, in the name of Thomas Walters. 2. John Maclaren, ac. 0, 3 r. 13 p. Three roods, thirteen perches, described as section 9, allotment 6, in the Government Notice of 25th May, 1831, in the name of James Stirling Harrison. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Van Diemen's Land News'. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

IJrtw ÍBícmcrt'á %arca ílcíuá. Hobart Town, Sept' 7.-Price of wheat and maize per Bushel, 5s. od.-Light do. 5s-Maize. 4s. Gd Launceston, Aug. 30,-Arrived the Schooner Resolution, J. H. Lancey, Master. Sept. 2.-Ar- rived the Schnapper, from Sydney. Sailed the Thomas Lawrie, W. Langdon, Commander, for London, with a full cargo of colonial produce. Whale Fishery.-The Henry, which arrived yesterday, is the first vessel which has sailed nut of this port tor the fisheries. The success which has at- tended this trip, will be an inducement to further en- terprise on the part of our merchants, in this very im- portant and lucrative brancli of colonial industry, t I County Ball.-On Monday evening last, a ball was held at Mr. Wilson's large room, in honour of his Majesty's birth day. The room was tastefully de coiated. A transparency, (the British crown, sup- ported by a naval blue cushion, upon a marble pedes- tal-" W. R.' engraven on a table) excited general ap- probation. The music was admi...

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

PROCLAMATION. BY His Excellency Lieutenant-General Ralph Darling, Commanding His Majesty's Forces, Captain.Gcnerul and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, 8fc.tyc.8fc. ~^W/"HEREAS, in pursuance and ex * * ei eise of the Powers vested in His Late Majesty by an Act passed in the ninth year of His Reign, intituled " An Act to provide for the " Administration of Justice in New South Wales and " Van Diemen's Land, and for the more effectual Go " vcrnment thereof, and for other purposes relating " thereto," His said late Majesty was graciously * pleased, by Warrant under the signet and sign manuel, dated the Thirtieth day ot January, 1829, to constitute and appoint a Legislative Council in the Colony of New South Wales, to consist of fifteen Persons, in- cluding the Governoi, or the Olhcer tor the time-being administering the Government of the Colony ; And whereas His said Majesty was further pleased, by his said Royal ...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, September 14, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, September 14, 1031. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. HPjHE following- descriptions of Allot tnents of Land in the Town of Parramatta, with the names of the parties by whom they are respective- ly claimed, are published for general information ; And Notice is hereby given, that at the end of three months from the present date, unless written caveats he previously lodged in this Office, Deeds of Grant will be prepared in confornutv with the Government Order, No. 2D, dated the 29th May, 1829, for such of the said Allotments as are not reserved or already granted. It is requested that any christian or surnames, mis. taken or omitted, may be communicated to this Office at full length, in order that the necessary corrections may be made. Parish of St. John. SECTION NO. 4. Bounded on the north by Aird's-street, on the east by "Marsden-street ; oil the south by Campbell-street ; and on the west by O'Connell-street. ALLOTMENT. 1. Elizabeth Shelly, ac 0...

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

Domestic Intelligence. On Monday evening last, Dr. Jeanneret ommenccd his Course of Lectures on Che- mistry ; and, although the evening was un- favourable, we are happy to say, the intro- , ductory Lecture was respectably attended, we hope he will meet with every success A report was made on Saturday week, to the   Governor in Council, of the unfortunate men at present lying in gaol, under sentence of death. -The constables should keep a sharp eye on the shambles in the Market-place ; a greater resort for rogues and vagabonds there does not exist in Sydney, although close under the nose of the Police.-Masters should be more particular in giving their servants passes when they send them up the Country, by not attend- ing to this, their business is materially delayed, and the servants placed in confinement.-The La Favorite first heard of the French Revolution at Surabaya, at which place they hoisted the tri-color. She proceeds from this port to New Zealand, from there to ...

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

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sijdney ,p.Quarter5s,-SingleNumbersl d. Country,(post.included) 6s3d p.Quarter. TERMS OP ADVERTISEMENTS; For Eight Lines and under, 2s Gd, and l¿ each, for all above ; for every insirlion FOR LONDON DIRECT. To sail the end of next month. THE Fast-sailing- First Class Ship AUSTRALIA, 373 tons résister, JOHN SLEIGHT, commander. Tins principal pail of this ship's cargo being engaged, she will suit according to appointment. For freight or passage apply to Lamb, Buchanan, fit Co. Castlereagh street, September I, 1 K31. FOR PORT MACQUARIE. THE Schooner Maid of the Mill, , will sqt.n for the above Port on the 5til of October. Sor Fi eight or Pas-.«^ apply to ROBERT GREEN", Cmmmááimt $tg;««t, l8, Sussex-street. FOR CALCUTTA. »TPHE Fine First Class Ship ARGYLE, -"- Burthen 600 Tons, P. W. St avers, Com. mander, lias excellent accommodations for Pus. sengers. For freight or passage, apply to Lamb, Buohanän, &t Co. Syd ney, Sept. 19,18II. FOR SALE, HPHE Barque NI...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

The Sydney Herald. MQNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1S31. "Sicorn io no Master, of no Sect am I." The lato regulations from England, respecting- the sale of Crown and Church Land, and the enforcement of quit-rent and its arrears, have caused much con sternation amongst all^ classes of settlers in the inferior. These were unexpected ; andas they reach further than one could have supposed despotic authority would have ventured to go, in the imposition of taxes without our consent, they have excited dismal foreboding's in the minds of our land owners. Lenders and bor- rowers, mortgagers and mortgagees, crown and private debtors, anticipate con- sequences from these exorbitant rates, to be dreaded, as the forerunners of the most violent dissension. They are dis- satisfied with the amount demanded ; and are, by no means, convinced of the propriety or expediency of the measure, to which their proceeds are to be applied. Paupers from English work-houses, they have no desire to see amongst thom as s...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Sunday, the X1 til instant, the cutter Lord Liverpool. From the Isle of France and Hobart Town, on Monday last, having left the former place the,3d of July, and the latter the 4th instant, the barque Drnmmore, 298 tons, Captain Petrie; lading, sugar; pas- sengers, Mr. F. S. Sloane, Michael Costello, prisoner, from the Mauritius, and Adam-Wright, deserter from His Majesty's brig Curlao, at the Mauritius. From Launceston, on Tuesday last, the barque Nimrod, Capt. Wyatt; lading, wheat; passenger, Henry Kellon. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. On Satur- day last, 17th September, the barque ¡Mary Ann, 2T2 tons, 20 men, Jack, master, from London, via Hobart Town, .having left the former place the 12th of April, and the latter the Sth of September; cargo, sundiies; passengers, Mr. and Mrs. John Bayles, and two children, Mr. ¿d. Bayles and 2 children, Mr. M'Kay. J. Bar- ker, E. Barker, Mr. J. Dean, Rev. Mr. Dowling, M...

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

OUTWARDS. ROVER, 10 ton», Duncan, Newcastle,-balltfst NANCY, 10 tons, Corbcyt, Hawkesbury, ballast. SHAMROCK,30 ion«, Williams, Newcastle, ballast. ABEONA, 20 tons, Cullumn, Newcastle, sundries. KXFËKIMENT, 05 lons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries M lill MAU), 12 tons, Doon, Hawkesbury, sundries. MONITOR, SO tons, Pickett, Newcastle, sundries. JOHN, 10 tons, Tweeble, Hawkesbury, ballast. FANNY, «tons, Thome, Illawarra, bal|e.ot.-SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries. JURY ANNE, 10 lons, Christi/, Hawkesbury, ballast. -LAMBTON, G2 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sun- dries.

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

Shipment of Wool for England. TVOT1CE is hereby given, that lam -*-^ desirous of receiving Tenders (until the 15th Proximo), for the convey ance of about i TWO HUNDRED BALES OF WOOL, belonging to the Australian Agi ¡culturill Company, to Kuglnnd, from Port Stephens, Newcusllc, or Sydney. The former of these three Ports will be pieferred, and the WOOL will be ready to Ship lhere on the 30lh of January. In case of no offer heins made for the Shipment direct from Port Stephens ; I am also ready to receive Tenders for the conveyance of the above-mentioned WOOL, from that Poit to Sydney, or Newcastle, us ciiciim-iliinces may require. Letter« are to be addressed to me at the Office of GEORGE BUNN, Esq. Sydney. W. E. PARRY, Commissioner to the Australian Ajricultu ral Company. i Sydney, September 14, 1831 WANTED IMMEDIATELY, BY THE Íluátralían ftßricaltuvaX ©trmpany, AT NEWCASTLE. A COAL BARGE of TWENTY TONS BURTHEN. TENDERS may be addressed lo me. and a Specifi- cation seen, at lite Offic...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE.   Monday, September 12.-The Chief Justice having taken his seat, he enquired of the Attorney-General if it was his intention to press the prosecution against Lucas and England, as he understood there was another charge against them, if he did, he should proceed with the trial, and leave the law of the case for the consideration of the three Judges. The Attorney-General consented to waive the charge of murder, and proceed on the other information.   Thursday, September 15:-- This being the first day of temi, the Judges took their seuls m banco, to heai mo Dons, and decide outstanding cases. James Fadden, convicted of uttering a forged note ot hand. Senlince of death to be recorded againsi lum. Thomas Hart, convicted of cattle stealing. Sentence if death recorded against lum. John Groves und Darnel Burn, convicted of a lobbcry on the dwelling house of Robert How, Esq. above the value of £5, were sentenced to dea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 September 1831

BIRTH.—On Friday the 16th Inst. at Mac- quarie place, the Lady of Sir Edward Parry, Knt. of a daughter. ERRATA.—In our last, second page, 3d column, for a   " few days," read a " few years."—The text implies this construction. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

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

entice SnciVeiitô. Saturday, September 10.-A sailor named Cummings, belonging to the Colonial vessel ¿Sarah, was on Satur, day committed to take his trial, for a brutal outrage on two soldiers tlie previous evening; he floored one with a blow on the month, which loosened ali his fiont teeth, and the other he made stagger several paces, by a blow struck between his shoulders willi a stone . the soldiers fortunately did not use their side arm», or he* might have paid severely for.liis temerity. A boy in the service of Mr. Fell, in Castlereagh strcet, abstracted live sovereigns belonging to his mas- ter, from a bag containing 03, with which he gave him- self anew lig. For this, lie has been sent to the cells for 14 days. Monday, September 12.-Alexander Thomson, gun. smith, of. King-street, Sydney, was again placed at the bar, charged with felony. ,' Several witnesses were examined, but for fear of prejudicing the case, we abstain from giving their evidenoc till the trial. The prisoner ...

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