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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ——–—   ARRIVALS. FROM Plymouth, via Pernambuco and the Cape of Good Hope, having left the former 7th January, Pernambuco 1st May, and the   latter 5th July, the barque Theresa, 500 tons, Captain Driscoll, with bounty emigrants. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Hart, and five children, Mr. Staite, Mr. Pratt, and G. Jar- nold, Esq., Surgeon Superintendent ; inter- medíate, Messrs. Taylor and Eales ; steerage, Mr. South. From Hobart Town, same day, having left the 18th instant, the barque Susan, 572 tons, Captain Neatley, in ballast. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. Sprit and family. From Moreton Bay, last evening, having left the 23rd instant, the steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, with sundries, Passengers—Messrs. Jolliffe, Wise, and Pugh, and three in the steerage.

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. IHK Subscribers to this Paper, and tlie Public generally, are ipectl'ully informed, that in future . following Rules will be strictly liercd to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers II be received without one quarter no- paid in ndvance, for which ten p cent, will be allowed ; the sub iption in advance being 13s. 6d. r quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub .ibers will be received without lf-a-ycar being paid in advance, .which ten per cent, will be al verl ; the subscription in advance ino- £1 11s. 6d. per half year; and » 'proprietors must be furnished, the time with a written under-" cmg that all future payments, th for subscription and charges of versements, shall be made in idney, or by the hands of an Agent. Sin all cases, whether in Town or fpuntry, the names of persons will M struck off the subscription list, Mien the arrears against thom have flhod over twelve months, and pro Kidirigsfor recovering the amount Me will be instituted. MNO Advertisements will be received...

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

BENGALL V RACES. Tim second mumal Djngalln Races commen- ced at Bengalla, tlie residence of Captain David Scott, on Wednesday, the 17th instant, and the sports continued three days. The weather proved propitious, and although the attendence was not so nuuieroiuins was ex- pected, yet the racing was good and the aporta went olí' well. flllST BAY. First Race-a Maiden Purse of £20-one bent, twi.ie round the course;-weights fur nge.1 Mr. Betlington's Harkaway, Dr. West.... 1 Mr. Scott's Park, John Scivell. 2 Mr. Buchanan's Thunderer, Mr. Cox.... 3 Mr. Scott's Fugitive, Mr. Russell. 4 Mr. Wilkie's Flora, Mr. Snimley. 0 This race was vyon easily by Harkaway, his rider li tiding hiin in nil the way round, ,. Time-I- minutes 4 seconds; distance 2 miles and 48 yards. i. Second Unce-a Lidies' Purse of £20 bents, laico round the course ;-weights 10 stone 4 lb3. Dr. West's Tears, Oivner, rider. 1 I Mr. Wilkie's Cinderella, Mr. Doyle... 2 0 Although the mare was brought to the post in splendid o...

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

I INDIAN LATÎOUÏI. A PRELIMINARY meeting was held at t]Vi!?lÎ!Ç change Booms, on Saturday,., -tMoSOth August, Mr. Robert Scott in thec]l$$K^ht';' It was proposed hy Mr. I)onnUriMs¿MM|fc*_' condcd by Mr. Francis Forbesi-tM^HWeM*'; 1st.-That it is advisable- ^à|M|B$tpn for promoting immigration fl'°wJj*nE@9EW^ colony he formed. :O<*&$&$#?&!"* Proposed by Mr. Molle, twtl^i^nirçd^by Mr. HJvvard Blaxland, and c4v,r»ea?{<-, 2nd.-That lists be opeuöd.-ßtf-the iiisettion. of the names of those person j.vvtlllns.to' join the Association, and as soon ias the-number of signatures shall amount to a .hundred, a public meeting of members shall be called to decide upon the measures to be adopted for the furtherance of the objects contemplated. . Proposed by Mr. Windeyer, and seconded by Mr. Sillitoe : «rd.-That Mr. R. Scott, Mr. Edward Blax- land, and Mr. John M'Kay, do form a pro- visional committee to collect nnmes, and to call the meeting. AUSTRALIA...

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LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCÍRTYi TUB ^Australian Auxiliary to this Society, «ith its Juvenile Association, Veld tliiirau mial meeting in the Independent Chapel, Pitt-street, on Wednesday, the 17lh instant, and hy adjournment in the Scots Church, Jamison-street, on Wednesday, the 21th. At both these meetings the Rev. Dr. Ro»s, as i enrosen talive of the Parent Society, pic sided. The first was commenced with piuise and prayer, offered np by the Rev. M. T. Adam, eftcr which the Chairman introduced the business of the meeting by stating what money was collected during the past year. He was followed by the Rev. Dr. Lang and 1Ï. Sweetman, who moved and seconded the first resolution : Th.it ililimeeting lulls Hie safe tmiv.it of the Mission .iry -liip, ilic (lamileii, in our pint; tinil,'i!l4es ihnnki to Cull I. r Ilic pinici-ilm, he ll.ii Hlorileil .ill «losiilletl in her, ami Hie ..«.It «idiii«. lu- lias ivroiiglil lor ihcin, «ml Hie gnuil lie lias ettietcl by Itiein dining liir I ng anil pci...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE     INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS   WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER   PROOF OF CLAIMS In the estate of John Bioler, [a single meeting W II Goddird, £22 In the e tate of William Stapleton, a special meeting D i\id lone-, Piotheroe, £111 5s 2d In the estite of lohn lvoiff, a special meet ng K C Goidon, £1 10s lOd , Ldye Maiming, £,l!) 5s 8d , John G Cohen, £4 11s 8d In the estate of James Sylvester, a special meeting: John Smith, £45 9s 4d , Mr. Morris, as trustee for the estate of J.M.   Illidge, £7 4s. In the t'tnto of David Smith, n single meeting Roheit Bioid, £tl 10s (id , W Daws, £1 11-a , W. Davis, second claim, £12 I». In the estite of Roheit Gooch a single meeline Hugh laylor, £fl 15s , Mark Hil las, Li <is In the estite of James Naunlcy Shuille woith a single meeting, Samuel Window, £20, lhomas \shmead, £40 (is Gd , W. B Chrke, £1G» l')s lid , Divid Jones, Xlb las , John Barne...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

LAW XNVB&X.XOOaCB. SUPREME COURT.-CIVÍL SIDE. WEDS. SD A Y. , BET/ORE Mr. Jus!ice STEPHEN, and a Spccia ¿ wy. Counsel for the plaintiff, Messrs. Foster, Windeyer,and Darvall; attorney,'Mr.Norton. For tlie defendant, Messrs. Manning and Broadhurst; ¡ittoinoys, Messrs. Carv, Rogers, and Owen. JONES V. YOUNO. This was an action brought by the Chair- man of the Australian Auction Company, against Alexander Young, late Manager of the Company, for neglecting his duty ns such Manager. The decimation contained several counts, setting forth that the defendant agreed lo act a« Manager of the Company for (he yearly salary of ¿C1500, and diligently and faithfully to protect the Company's interests, and not to allow any goods or chattels to' le delivtred without-thc money, or duo security for the payment of it; and notwithstanding suth promise, the defendant had suffered large quantities of goods tobo so delivered, to the «real loss of tha Company, anthpavlicnliivly jthat'ho had, contrar...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 August 1842

»KOSISR SXS3ACM ; PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF LORDS. ' Friday, March -1. IN answer to a question from the Earl of Clnrendon, Lord Aberdeen said, that lie lind the nsstirance of the French Govern- ment Unit it did not in auy way pnrtici , pate in the preparations which were being made on the Spanish Frontier to create an , insurieclion in Spain. Lord Brougham drew the attention of the government to the smallness of the pensions to the daughters of Sir 11. Kcn redy (JíñO each), who had rendered such essential services to the country, and j whose honesty was so strict that he died in absolute poverty. The Duke of Wellington said his atten- tion had not been culled to the subject. Sir .R. Kennedy was a most deserving officer, and no individual deserved more highly of his country for tiie manner in which he had discharged the arduous office of chief commissary general. Tie had in the course of his services most satisfactorily nccounted for sums passing through his hands to the amount ...

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CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

CANDLES. English... Moulds, per lb. 0 Oil Sperm. 0 1 I Wax. 0 t I Stearine. 0 1 0 American.. Sperm . 0 t I EastlndiaWax . Nut. Colonial .. Sperm . 0 SI

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TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

TOBACCO. Negrohead (American) per lb. li. to 0 li Cavendish. Ditto. 0 0 1 Brazil. 0 0 1 Cigars .... Havannah, per 1000... i 0 ( Manila. % 8 I Bengal. Noniiil

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GRAIN AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

GRAIN AND FLOUR, Rice.Pntna.perbag. lit I Java per lb. 0 0 l| Carolina. None. Wheat.... Derwent, per bushel. "j Valpnraiso.V Nombi Colonial.J Barley.... British. Nose, Oats.Ditto. None. Oatmeal ..Per lb. 0 ( 4 Flour.1st sort, per 100 lbs. 20s. toi I 0 Second dilto... 16s.to 0 IB I Third ditte .... las. to 0 li I American, per barrel .. I li

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TEA AND COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

> TEA AND COFFEE. 1 Hysonakin Per chest ..£7 0 0 to 8 0 6 Gunpowder Peí box ....'. No«. Bohca .... Per chest . None. Congou... Per chest. 10 IO I Souchong. Per box. None, Pekoe . Coffee .... Manila, per lb. (II Java. 0 0 It

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FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

FRUIT8. Currants.. Zante, per lb. 0 10 Raisins ... Museatel. t 0 It Smyrna. None. Cape. Note, Cape Dried Fruit, assorted. 0 0 4 Prunes. 0 1 I P'S» .'. 0 0 » Almonds .. Jordan. 0 2 0 , Shells. 0 j a

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The Sydney Morning [?]erald. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, [?] "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." INDIAN IMMIGRATION. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

©he- Äjjrjttcjj áHorm'ng; ftyevaltr. I SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, l.SJt''. " Sivo>'n to no Master, of no Sect am I." INDIAN IMMIGRATION. [continued.] S ixe g wc last «i ote on this subject, we , have met willi a very seasonable morceau of evidence as to the advantages derived by the Coolies themselves fiom emigration to the Mauritius. Our authority is the Englishman, a Calcutta newspaper, of the 25th March, 1842. It will be remembered, that the reason why the British Government interfered to put a stop to Indian emigration was, be- cause it was believed that the emigrants were in most respects treated as slaves, cruelly worked, only half fed, and misera- bly paid. A number of Coolies having, in Mai eli last, returned to Calcutta from the Mauritius, where they had fulfilled their respective terms of servitude, Lord Ellenrorougii took the opportunity of causing a strict inquiry to be instituted into the treatment which these labourers had received. His Lordship sent his Pri- vate Secreta...

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SUGARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

! I 8UGAR8. English... Refined, per lb. 0 II ID Mauritius . First quality, per toa ,, to g q i Second quality.BOO , Manila.... First quality.20 0 0 i 8econd quality., IB t 0 , Bourbon .. First quality.30 0 0 Second quality.St 0 0 i Java. Nodi, , Siam.3} 0 0

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BEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

BEER. 'I Porter....Taylor's,perhhd., ( 0 0 Barclay's (dull) 80s. to 4 li I I Other Brewers'. 1 0 t Ale.Byass'.;. 6 10 1 Allsop'. I i o Elliott's. 4 i I Indand Smith's. 4M Taylor's. 411 t , Bass'. I I I Dunbar'slisttled.perdoi. (II I Other Brewers'. 0 ; i Scotch. t 0 t

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

89MMTIC rtvTra__IO-M-0_. BusunANOEns.-A gentleman who arrived from the Hunter yesterday, informed us that the three bushrangers who have lately been W troiiblesoine in tli»t dUtrjct, «re kong/ Tom t\ i» ' -4 (assigned servant lo Mr. Covênï wi , Bathurst notoriety), and a mÄ« ^M brought fiom Batlîum. w"I°I « earn that the police aie »courinî »fc >'M '" in al 1 directions. One nîrtï W" COmU,f heads of the Moonw"NeT_nÄna°.n. '° * » sweeping, the foot of» ff Lodei 's station and Douihhov I nil **" Allman (the police magistrate a Äd brook) are on the intermediate ^nna T bushrangers are supposed to be: on ?""V hi of their horses having bee?, captured' S? to Moreton Bay, when he encountered «b2 desperadoes, the first shot passed thnLn? coat and the other Ihtmtfto&Sff*

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WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

WINES. Sherry....Inwood,pcrhhd.£12lo it o i Bottled, per dos. 20i. te I in a p°rt.Inwood per Mid. £22 to u a Bottled, per dos. 22s.to I li ! Claret ....Inwood,perhhd.(nomlail) Bottled, per doz. 10», to 1 a , Madeira.(noraiiiBl) ' Teneriffe.. In wood, per pipe ditto Marsala ..Ditto . IOC» Lisbon.... Ditto. fllto "' Cape.Company's brand. io is > Other brand. g « . Champagne.. Per dozen. £2 lOs.to ( o I

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SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

SPIRITS. Rum ....1« to 20 O.P., p« nil .,, «to 10 O.P..... " ' ' . j to 5o.p.;;;; J .. Underproof.;"" I !' Bengal.j" : J.' Brandy...Cognac.3s. edito 0 îî Spanish. ! J ' Hollands.. In wood (pale).. . J;1 Tinged.:!......;;;;;; ÏJ 0h».4-gallon cases.'" i JJ Ditto. ' i'.J Whisky... Per gillon (dull) .,.','' ! '! Arrack....Ditto. « , Cherry Brandy (pints) per dosen Ö ( \\ !

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

I STDNEÏ PRICE CüluJ x M r . a T , PROVISIONS. Irish Rp«T -P.. <:_ Irish Beef, Per tierce .. , * Mess Pork Prime Irish, per'b'rí"' i '. Hamburgh . " l ' I Mess Beef (nominal). * J* I Hams ....English, per lb.. .*> Westphalia "".. ' ¡I Butter.... Irish, per lb... . 5 'U Dutch. ° l£ Cheese....Cheshire, per lb!. E*^ Glo'stcr. J*. Pine. "V J* Dutch . """. Z*.1 Herrings..Red ... . ' . I p'ckied..;;;:;;. ? .. Cod.Newfoundland.. "'* 'J'

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