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Original Poetry THE HISTORY OF A RUM PUNCHEON; AN AUSTRALIAN TALE OF A TUB. (Period, July 14, 1835.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

THE HISTORY OF A RUMP PUNCHEON AN AUSJTRALIAN TALE OF A TUB I :: (Period, July 14, 1835.) . A' MERCHANT of Sydney; (such meichantsI ?Ween; As deal'in'runi wholesale, are ;everywvhere seen ?) Stood aghast; at the door of a dealer-retail, To hear from a puincheon this wonderful' tale" ' The puncheon.was empty, and rolled to the door, ~. (More empty,.more loud,-" Have I met you once - more, My, last and !kind master, and thou, my old friend; ? Hear a story,' quoth;puncheon, "..I' pray you attendl: ' "On ship-board; my ::rethren ahidI- heard therubsi Of sailors, who .called us "the devil's own i?tbs: '. Who yet conde cended to ask for our aid i The monent tlie signal 'for sailiig was made: ": And ,visitedime and -another so oft, That "oon: not a man could take turn up aloft::i But :some of the scorners were thrown fronm th'e yard;' And, to hold in-the mischief,the hold..waswell barr'd. " So we saild unmolested to fair Sýydneyd Cove, And; first heard your voice, sir; exclaim from above, ...

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SIR RICHARD PHILLIPS' " FACTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

SIRl RICHARD,.PEHILLIPS'?5'" FACTS'.:'; [RnoM A coRiRESPONDEnT.] "FACTS `are..st1bori thfings, .~.says an .English poet, or an English proverb, we fogethch and Burris saysmin his ,own :pure" Doric-= , Facts are chields that winna ding, " - :. Aniddow a~be disputed. iA; million iof these stibborn' things ,were, pub-. lished ii a single volume in. London, some time since by: Sir.Richard; Phillips, .and a new edition of: `this work,. has; been' litely issued,.which con tains ,some facts. (at least, so. they are styled), relative to New South Wales, on which we pur pose making a few :ramnarks, .accompanied' with extracts :from :the, work; :itself:. ;.The. ;first two facts relate to;1 ship-building, ,and ;our" readers will' be surprised no "doubi .,to,learn,that "London was the place where these facts were. first made public:" r . "' ... Teak' is'iore durable" than' oak, and less liable to sjplinter: Ships 'of 'war',ofthis timber are building;' both at Bombayoand.Port Jackson.--p.683. :E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

To o:; T sva saas nzas S.. iT'i &requested that the accounts' due;'whether for :,Suibscription for this Paper, or for Advertiser S ennts, may be paid either at the Office, or 'to the Cpllpctor, 1Mr. William Kerr, who is authorised to diliier, printed receipts to Subscribers in Sydney. Those in the interior.will have the goodness to pay, the amount of their Subscription, either at the Office in,,Sydpey, or to the Agents in their respective. districts. Culoxiist Office, Sydney... ' j'l1? I Anniversary Meeting.of the, Members of.this ' Society will,be, held on the Evening of Tuesday, .:, ,the 21st inst., in theold, Court. Heouse, Castleragh Street.,* When'a Report- of the.Society's Proceedings for the last Year will be read; anid awCommittee and Officers appointed. , . The Chair to be taken at. Seven.a'clocik~ by, the Presidept; " .TliF, HON:. AL~ EXAN?DER M'LEAY, M.:C: Seats will :.b.:provided fo'r, ? ch ? Lries_ as ronay, fiavour!the ,ieoiing with t ~ir- attendance. + `: A Co...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

TO CORX0.SPONDWENTS. X. will .be inserted. We shallalways be happy to head from that quarter; ... .. A Simple Layman's fourth letter has been received.. We shall insert it as soon as we can find room rfor it; but as we have an exceedingly interesting article for the Religious Department next week, of a somewhat similar bearing, it' may be as well to postpone its insertiob for another week. The Gallant Lieutenant can stand fire. He is no inexpe rienced navigator either. No'sooner did he disceei' the white squall in the direction of the Hawkesbury, than he donned his nor-wester and made all snug. '?i would advise him, however, to lye to for a little; and is 'the hope of his doing so, we have placed his lispatchae under hatches. It is evident indeed, that the ,tisb?nder Sstanding has arisen entirely from the speaking trumn)'ets being out of order. Mr. Cleland's had given an uncer tain sound, and was mistaken for an enemy's. .. lie .Wuas supposed to be shouting Grog time o' day, while h...

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

sDny awPrZca Cze .*A3T. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES.-??: Ale, per hhd.. ...........:....... -.--. a . 4 :. 0 per gall.................:. ,0 :z2". 6':, in bottle, pertdozen.... "--. - ' 6 Ashes, Mangrove, per' bushel .'... '" 1 '8 .0 '2 Bacon, per lb . ...... .'......... 0 0 7 . 0 ', Bark, Mimosa, per ton .........0 0 0 ..41( Beer, per hhd. ...........'...... 2 4° 0 ..:' 0' : per gall. ...........:.... ... - ' Biscuit, per cwt. ...........7.. I 0 . 5 .0 Blankets, per pair ........0..... ..... 012 . 14". " " Bread, the loaf of 2 lbs.' 01... O0'. 0 O0 5 Butter, fresh, per lb .. .. 1,.0 61 · 0 6 .?:2' 0 0 ----- + salt, ditto ......:.o ?'0 1 0 r 4 BuTchr IrS' iMEAT: Beef, the quarter, per, lb.: . . F': 0. ? ': ,`1 i:,, 0, , 0 ? J. m ---- the joint, ditto .. :'.. ,/ .. 0.O., 0S - salted, ditto' ....:..... .. 0' Muttou, carcase, ditto`. ;... .'.' - - . 0: - joints, ditto... ."'.:. : : .'.0 0... ' 40 '0 4 Pork, carcase, ditto .::..':.... ..j do0, i r4 : joints, ditto ., . ..... ,... '...

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THE NEW POST-OFFICE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

?iHE NEW POST-OFFICE ACT. W a 1.e, to express ou cordial thanks to His Etl ti? the Cdj'tr'i ahd the Legislative t1alail fbr that part of ith new Post Office Act wlhich relates to the transmission of colonial newspapet 'by ?at. They te henceforth to go 4 ri f 'postsae. This tidcious ts tpeal of a tax .akfitiwledge is a feal boob to tohe cbiamunity; ahd -it will doubtless 'be felt .as such by our ithbeii s cbcriib?is 'ih tht interior, When we intiioriathetanithat the subscriptioni for this paper will hehceforth be the same all over the telritory ji in Sydney; . tiz., six shillings and sixpence 'per quarter, or one pound six shillings per an Siura: The number of our country subscribers has.'ee n iherBsiiig very rtpidly of late; in all probability it Will increase still more so after this .i inb nceirnent. We are sorry to say, however, that we have experienced no small degree of dis appoinmtient in regard to another part of the act -~-the iate of postage' chiargeable on letters to and ....

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English Extracts. DEBATE ON THE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

1BtgUttit j sxkttt Wa:tt DEBATE. ON THtE ADDRESS, Hotiatolv Lotns, t'fExDAY Ft1n.24.-VisCdteit ke=i, bouidesho?ild say biethingrespectingthelate ha ?tg? i ;:, governmbat, furtheir than whtithad beein le;Bdy iid': . on former toccabidns. It was deterininet onby hiid:; Majesty, and that deternination waI'sanctionedaui;4d carried into effect by the noble .duke, the Secretary? . for Foreign 'Affairs, whom 'he held to be ,as ,espon, sible for the consequences as if ,he had in :thl. first instance advised his Majesty to ma:e the chatrge. Noiv whether the chage was pruident or not, it was not for him or his laite colleagues ih oficte 'to pi - noutfic 'upon. Thb cbunitry, by mean's df theit ie presetatii'es in the other hladse of Iegisaiture, Would very speedily give their opinion upon it.' But ti*h'i he considered the position in which 'the ~noble duke and his colleagues had placed themselves and the. country when he :looked forward: to the' prospect'.:, before them, he must really say tha...

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THE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

THE SUBSCRIPTION -LIBRARY. ) 44Iditin to two.o alUQtments, ofground on the "South Head R'oad, which?w?re.gxanted. to this .institution . by,s :,xcellecy ..General ;Darling, t;,has ?·e? e .entitled, thr0ogh 4An rrder <from Mr. Stanley, we btlieve, atoan,allotient ,,in. the :atwn ,of ,Sydney, for the erection :ofa :suitable bhuilding. iThe only:allotments, however, which: . the Government .have to dispose of at present, s re.either iriniidge'Street or on .Church .Hill ; iqn :either of which Ib.calities-a ;:bilding allotment, of. )z6oderate extent would, doubtless, be highly .vl. .bje, Sir tRichiard, however,, having recently red toerect a b.ilding .at the .expenceof Go *vernment, in which the.tibrary should. ba.ve,per Amanent: and sujt able ,aScorpmodation, at a mere pimoinal.rentl, j.pdJwhi.ch, plpo,.'tere should be accommodqtion fora ,Clonial ~M!Lpe.um, provided ,the:propr.ietors of the Library .would forego. their ..claim to .the building allotment; . a meeting of the pr...

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Colonial Politics. THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

4 qEol ta4L aolitic « .TNH'sR PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION.: W% ljad i?tended to devote the lbadliig article of ou` pt`rsei&itnumber to thefuirthereconsidbration of the' important subject of im migration, with'.a view to poir~ out the ways and means by which the oirverment. and the Colonists could' most effec ituall co-operate for the introduction of asla.rge a numlier Ss possible of virtuous and industrious fa iniliesand individuals of the class of agriculturists and shepherds into this colony. But our attention having been forcibly directed ;to the sayings and gIoings of the soi-disant Patriotic Association of New South Wales, we' prefer postponing .our .intended. remarks on that subject till a ftiture opportunity, and shall occupy the space usually allotted to our leader, in pointing out what we. cannot help. considering the misapprehensions oand mistakes of our fellow-colonists and in shew ing them a more excellent way. A few years ago it was the general opinion of t~e respecta...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Bong Bong, July 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

tgBltast Cortrespont bEtce. - TO THE EDITOR• OF THE COLONIST. 'Bong Bong, July 4, 1835: S SRa.-You have already "done such incalculable benefit` to the country through the means of your truly iindependent journal, and' fiiding. i you are aibout ot to comment on the new Regulations re-, garding assigned servants, I .fear my humble :observations will- avail but . little.. - lhowever veniture 'to offer them, trusting they may still be of, somelittle utility : Before I commence, I beg to intimate to you that ;I am a settler possessing a sinall butr independent property. .I havebeen some years in the country, ..and have'seen-such gross- mis-appropriation, or more properly par= tiality, in the disposing of 'prisoners of the crown uinder th'e old 'system, and particularly soine years.ago, that it. was indee?dhigh tiinme that somei 'new act: should be framed as a ' preventioni to .such-.,a. system in "'future. I ;have . but :fewu convicts .compared to my land, and have. generally employed m...

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

REPORT OF.THE SECRETARY OF THE 'NAVY.Y f ,. WE have reed .with much pleasure the Report of Mr. Dickerson, 'in relation to the concerns of his departiiment. it. shows that theaiivy 'isindeL1' " sound to.the core,' rin ~ia very 'different` sens :: from:that. in which .Mr. Clay. made the',annun ciation. It is. sound. in. iitsships-in its Csei, m?ni--and in the head dand heart whllich~ gises charidter t' its' affairs. " Frrtyjfiv~ishipsbf wair, and matdrials i rieadiness.to''gi?e instant birth .to.:.twenty-five more--all ;the ships, materials, and..,preparations, deriving;, value' from hayp~ . risen under the eye and- superihtenden ce of th e' most skilful' seamen and imaval coustruictori3 ' the' world;, when `'manned with tlie ,bold, hard;', and:'skilful tars !that swarm our ports, wvill form' altogether . no.,contemptible' naval force for, ,a young nation. It will be gratifying to thepublic, to perceive from 'the Report, that the several funds set apart for. its pensioners--its liossi...

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Literature and Science. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. EXTRACTS FROM LECTURES DELIVERED ON GEOLOGY, BY C. NICHOLSON, M.D. LECTURE I. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 16 July 1835

SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS   EXTRACTS FROM LECTURES DELI-   VERED ON GEOLOGY, BY C. N. NICIOL-   SON, M.D .                         [BY A CORRESPONDENT.]       LECTURE I. We are induced to present our readers with a   few extracts from Dr. Nicholson's Lectures. From the interest with which the science of Geology is now cultivated in England, and the important and highly practical nature of many of the facts it has disclosed, we hope soon to witness an ap- plication of its principles towards, the elucidation   of the physical history of New South Wales. After noticing the dependence of Geology on Chemistry, Dr. Nicholson proceeded to observe that:   The science of Geology, is of modern date. De-  ...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

S TDE TAli`E : -FOR SYDNEY., .Dya. l`iyh r ester. Jun Aqa of :_a__________ mvR.' . jRN.1 Riu,.]' Sets.` Amar.. Thursday.. 23 G 740 20 6 57. 5 3 28 Friday . 24 6 41 8 0 6 56 5 4 29 Saturday. 25 8 15 8 35 6 S6 5.+ 30 Sunday.. 20 8. 45 8 54 6 55y 5 5: 1 Monday .. 27 9 15 9 37 6 54 5, .0 2 Tuesday .. .28. 10. 0 10 .20, 6 54 5 6 3 Wednesda3'29 10 35" 10 48 6 53 5 7T 4

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

. 'ROJECTEDITDEPA1RTURES. . ul 23 Ss (barque) Rfidl a master, for ew eaand:. . uly 2i='Huro lieg rence, uer, for The Sperni fhery~.. : , :* July, 23.-Siren (brig) Mfoxey,6 nister, for' Hp bart Town. July 23.-Lambton, (ctutter) for;I ort Stephens. July 25 .--Lunar, (brig) IMacdonald,. master, fir the Sperm fishery. . July 25.-Bachelor, (brig) Ellis, master,;London.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

DEPARTURES. 'July 17, -Scamander, Brig Ro ers master for the Sperm hiery.' Jily h3.8-Sophia Jane, (steaAn r) for Newcastleh July 18.-.Ed a d, c;hoo;nr) fr Launceston. Jilly 2O. Ar thusa, (& rig) Jazie, iaster for: Ma nilla. - . Julil ' =O. Taiiar, (schooner) -'Raven, m aster, for Tim o'. 3 July 21: S driey Packety (schooner) Bruce, -master, for New Zealand.l:: . July' .21. -lHatrriet (lirig) Rhodes, master, for: Batavia. k. ° . July 2.1.=Williamthe Fourth (steamer) forPort .Macquarie. July :21. = Draco, (brig) :Lincolna master, for .Ne;Zeland.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

; Q TWRE .EDITOR OF THEE COLONIST. in ,,-Will you have the goodness to find a place for the annexed in the next number of your} valuable and widely circulated J urnal, and, -oblig&Sir, Your obedient servant.' GEORGE BOWMAN.

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SONG. I CALLED HER MRS. THURLOW!—OR, THE ACCOMMODATING WITNESS. (A Scene in the Supreme Court.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

I'CALLED HER MRS. THURLOW !OR, THE ACCOMMdDATING WITNESS. . (A Scene I the Supreme Court.) . I c ll'd her Mrs. Thurlow, When I saw her in his house, Although I, knew they were not bound By matrimonial vows: . And I tell.it openly to.show' How all the whileI-knew The house I used to.call. my friend's Was nothing but:a stew. I call'd her Mrs: Thurlow ; "For what is there in names ? (A strumpet may have five a-week :) Her maiden name was James True; I might bhish' for shame, you say ; But what is it to me, When bless'd with such a friend as mine, To share his infamyy ! I call'd:her Mrs. Thurlow;'' And I'll call her so again; *or I always speak to; lady fair . In complimenting strain. 'Tis true, her neighybours said she stole.. More than my young friend's heart; But was it fit for aught like that v.~i A My~fieIandI hould part ! TeiiWd Ier Msi Thurlow; And I swear'tis my belief, W«rhate'er she ever was or is, My friend is'not a thief. A thief's companiionhe might be;, Bu Wvkat of that, s...

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Original and Select Poetry. TO THE MEMORY OF CORNELIA. A TRIBUTE FROM HER EARLY FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

;, TIHi MEMORY OF CORNLLIA. ;A TRIBUTE FROM HER EARLY FRLEND.. Who that saw thee in the bloom of yoiuth, With gladness beaming from thy bright.blue'eye, And-open brow, that spoke thy stainless truth, Could think, that thou so soon shouldst droop and diet Aid could that light be but a transient ray- `'; w iwit that genius, native to thy mind, %dhipgilded:promise of a glorious day, Blighted in noon; to leave no hope behind,? ,Ahdis this all for which a beauteoiis form rs breathed upon,.with life's enlivening glow, finexent given; health, feelings, geius, warm With all the graces that can charim below' .j1hwpoor our triumphs; dark our prospects weie `These rovelling doubts nought but the sceptic's stream, hl eslittle soul would seek to "melt in air," *ci:aise 4nfitted for a loftier themne.; $ut tIiiv, sweet-girl, was boundless, .full of light,. e4rdibimce prornising~unfadiingd ,'t -I w'cked-spinrts seek oblivion's night; *,byhopes were.fixed; the Almighty was thy stay. - An hypothesis ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

TO CORRESPOWDENTS. The abstract of Mr. Saunders' Second Lnet'4r¢ on Tem perance came half a day too late for our present nusq ber. It wall be inserted in our reg(. We feel much obliged to our fair correspoeirnfqqf.} the interesting extract from the Albany Temperance Re corder. We -shall be happy to give it a place in our next. We rympathise moa cordially with tie author of the ilo ral poem entjtled, Imprisonment for debt, but it is toq longy for our paper, and we think the subject fitter for sober prose. Sir John Campbell, tl1e late Adtorney. General, we are most happy to observe, has recently in - troduced a Bill into Parliament, for the purpose of wiping out thie foul stain from the Statute -Book of England. It is refreshing, notwithstanding the silly canting of The Herald, about " More W'hig 'Work," to see such Wheig ork as this in these Tory times. We are sorry we cannot insert the letter siaged Acque remr,for the following reasons:-1. We regard the mea sire for the Sale of Crow...

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY, 21, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

nomEn tts teIIte use. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDA ,JULY, 2, 18 . 1., Cpuivcir met pursuant tp adj urnment, His Excellency the Governpr. took:' the l cair, and; laid upon .he table, , 1. A Return of the number of Coirvicts nmaintained by .Government,; i Road anpdlIroneid gaii s Jails, aa d Penal Settlements, and the average yearly cost of eaehy to bbeprinted. 2. A' Returnof the number of.Convicts maintained by Iudividuals in private service;; to be printed: 2. His Excellency the 'Gpvernor. laid upon th table twp letters from the Colonial Architect,: iti Estimates and Plans prepared parehd Oflicer for new Jailsqt Sydndey a'id Parrmattat to be referred &t the Comittee on Police and Jails` . , . 3. Parisli Roads pill ; Mr. Jones in the ab sence of the Chairin,` broiught u the' iepott of the Comm'ittee; to` be printed. 4:. is Excellency th& Governor laid, upon the tabl, `. Petition froth gtai&':Traders, S hip ownyers, and others engag...

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