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Original Correspondence. THE POPE'S SUPREMACY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

4I.xpghtnaI Corr poen nce. THE POPE'S SUPREMACY. /:TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. TuE sincere follower of Christ, might be per plexed by the lying . wonders, :and unblushing confidence of the papacy, !had'he not a sureland unerring compass to steer by in the word of'God: In that book he finds the mystery of iniquity the papal power-the papal impiety, and the papal persedution,'vcearly developed. There lhe hears. one Apostle, fpretelling the rise of hiun, "'who opposeth and exalteth. himself rbpve all that is called God, or. that is worshipped," II. Thessalonians, ii. 4.-arid marking two of his peculiar characteristics;" forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, I. Timothy, iv.. 3-and there he. -sees .. another Apostle,. in closing the sacred canon, point to the very spot upon which the~beast should sit, even Rome, the city built on, seven mountains, (Revelations, xvii. 9),. whose name. (Xar'tivo or ) X arwvn )3ao'i+a)' is concealed under the mystical number six..hun...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH INDIA [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

. T EAM: COMMUNICATION WITH INDIA Ii has already been stated that the project fora steam 4nifimunication with India, by the way: of Egypi, vws saout to be revived under the sanction of the present government. The views of the India.Board en the subject may be collected from the annexed, from, Lord Ellenborough, to Mr. Waghorn, * the enterprising ifficer who has already done &so much to promote it, on whom, and there could not be a fAtter man for the purpose, the management of further pro-. ceeding will in a great measure devolve: na "india Board, January 24,'1835. Sxit.-.anhappy to learn from you thatsostrong sposition exists on the part ofgirivate merchants at 'alcutta, iaid.Liverpooi to establisha regular coin i picatiorn with India by meais of steam' vessels, 'n4 by the route of the Red Sea. You are aware from the intercourse . had with y3q when I was at this Board before, that I am very anxious to see such .a communication established, be li'ving that it would produce to...

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English Extracts. THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

THE MINISTRY. ('Fnon TIlE MORNING CHRONIcLsd 0Wc heard last night, on good authority, that a 1yIJit has already occurred in the Ultra Tory 'Min. :stry, and that the Duke of Wellington.and some of .iillmore immediate partisans and personal adherents ,etire from the Cabinet. We have no doubt. that thiedisruption must take place, if it has not already opcurred. We have a ministry, but no government. The cabinet, from its composition, possesses not the confidence of a majority of the Commons. What eve.e:tactics Lord Stanley and his tail may tem porarily adopt, it is evident that they cannot effect ively coalesce with the Wellington-Peel ministry. The substitution of Lord Stanley for the Duke of 'ellington cannot give to Sir Robert Peel any. ad ditional strength. The King can only be. extricated from his difficulties by the retirement of the entire 'adiniristration, and the union of the whole liberal party, which possesses all the necessary essentials for a strong and reforming. abinet. ...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. THURSDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

ORDERS OF THE DAY. TIIUfUSDAY, JULY 23. 1. Parisb Roads Bill; second reading 2. Stagre Coach Bill; further consaieration* 3. 1 stinnates of. Eipenditure for 1836; further consideration. E. DEAS THOMSON, Cl of the Council.

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

S12wzY PRIKCE CV1~.B. 3T. . COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACT.URES 'Ales per'hhd.. ----- a 'per gaill.......... - . . 0 ,2.6 in bottle, per dozen......... - , 0 Ashes, Mangrove, per b.ahid... ( 1 0 .. 0 1'° Bicon, per lb'. ......... ..... 0 0 T ,' '0 0 8 Uaik, Mimosa, per ton ..: ... "o 0 0'' S' 5 0 0 Beer, per hhd ...2.........:. 'l2 4 0 ..t O 0 d'.s :per gall. - .* 0 3 lliscuh,.per cwet . ... 1... 0 0 ..1 5 ti Blankets, per pair.............. 12 0 0 4 0 Bread, the loas of 2-lbs. ... 0 0 5 0 0 Butter, fresh, per lb. ....... 0.. '2 3 .. ., 0 x t salt, ditto,............. 0 1 0 . 0 1 Beet;, the quarter, per lb. 0 0 14 0 iý.0 , ', the joint, ditto ....: z 0. :0 S saltedy ditto `......" 0 0 - - Mutton, ctciase, ditto ...0 0 joints, ditto.. * 00 Pork, carcase, ditt6 - :. ..0.-. 0 0'. Joints, ditto ..0 0. 5, '.. 00 - sadted, ditto ........" . 0 0 5 ' 0' 0 6 Veal, carcase, ditto . . .* 0 5 Joint, ditto ...... 0 0 5 CANDLES Moiulds, per st. of l4lb t0 0 8j 0: D ip s ' d itto : '. . . .. d o , ...

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BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [mom ",A COIRES.PONDENT.J A: MEETING of the. friends of this institution was held in' the Old Court House, Castlereagh Street, on thenevening of -Tuesday last,-the Hon. Alex ad.der M'Leay, .Esq., M.C., in the chair... The Chairmanopened'.the proceedings by stliting the objects of the meeting, and the Rev. R. Hill, the. Secretary t1 en read the Report of the Committee for the past year.. R Iichard Jones, Esq.; M. C., the Treasurer, then :,laid before the meeting the. state of .the hinds,by which it appeared that the total amount of receipts for the past ,year was 34641., 25501.. of which had been received from Government, the rest having been raised by:private subscrip. *lions, collections in churches, &c., inclpding a legacy of 2a1. hequeatlhed to ..the Society, ,by the datta -Mr. V .The paytieuts amounted to 3A051. 19s. 3d. leaving a balance in the hyt f the Treasurer of 581.. The' Rev. Mr, U llathorne,'R.C.V., the4 add ed. the meeting. He con ratulated ...

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Religious Intelligence. CONVERSION OF A ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

GONVERSION OF A ROMAN CAT1OLIC PRIEST. [,'ROM THE , UiBLIN EVENING PACKET.' THE Rev. Mr. Nolan, lately an agitatipg Priest of Kingseourt, county of Cavan, has given to the press a. pamphlet explanatory- of :the' :motives which. led him to invesiigate' the doctrines of that church from which he hasv withdrawn;, ad- the convictions which induced:'him'-;to embrace' thed communion of" thie only true church established' amongst us" The tone of the work 'will 'secure it- respect from'all classes of Christiansq; and the matter will, we confidently predict, operate be iieficially by shedding a light upon: the" under stanaings'of those to whom: it is addressed--" The Roman Catholicsof Ireland." We recently noticed a very remarkable consequence of the Rev. Gentleman's conversion'-namely, that .of several members of his late flock having, on new year's day. last, 'partaken the sacrainent of the Lord's Supper, in the parish"` church!" of Kings court, in company with the pidus Presbyterian clerg...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. LETTER IV. Liverpool, July 15, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDN F MONITOR Liverpool, July i5I851 Siu,-In the midst of such a cloud: ofevidence we. find witnessing to the genuineness of tb : New Testament, the. great difficulty lies 'in se-. lectiiig ai ,fewof the most' importantto'thesubject1 so as to prevent.embarrasment aitd preserve sni-, plicity;' also, that we may not encroach too much upon' the public press. We have now to consider the evidence of manuscripts. nIi number these. exceed the manuscripts: of any otlher.: book in the world; thus, while for the Apocryphal books of the New Testament we have bait one single matiuscript preserved; and for many of the classic writers we have but a few manuscripts, mostly imperfect, we ',have for the Scriptures of the New Testament nearly one thousand'; about 'five hundred have beeiractu ally examined and. compared in part or in whole, "which number forms but a small part-of the manuscripts found in public and private libra ries."-. Horne. These manuscripts aveabouinde4 in e...

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GOOD NIGHT TO THE TORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

GOOD NIGHT TO* THE TORIES.. [FRos'OMTHlE DUBLIN. Ev ING POST. I ongus 'form~osa, vale, valc,Ariquit, ole.-VJRGIL. '(.dori 'nightC. to the .Iori'e~s ! Good ;night,; To pensioner, plicenan,'and11 er, To thos wlio stand up for a;fight, % tlhgeh1 il 1disolveUii, atetr,; Good night to them all ! ,,,They are. down Chin-dep iin'the gulf of affright; SKnave-courtier-=fool-bigot and clown (xcodiiiglit to thl Tories, good night! 'i: Bob is',diseonsolate; evry, hitto is Dawson his cad * And that drollest of peers', Londoziderry Cries'savagely, ' , This is too bad': trd ,Frank has recourse: to his muse, Lt rdStorinont sta'res wild with surprise,; Grid (unmberland "ci dkes in his shoes,: SPiraedsthinks of hispocket, and sighs. G"odn i gght to th~i Thries, theye' i;:,, In a week or two hence',to be out, Adid the lhelm.they usurped with a grin;, They.rnust hasten to quit' with a pout; I see thlem, with infinite tact, heamper off amid many a curse, Iike'pickpockets caught in the act Of mistaking a ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Richmond, July, 14th 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

TOT~E~TO~OF' TIlE" ` SYDN`Cyl MQNITQOR.,, !N ; 1 ~erying ,iii yolyr paper ;of tl~eih I; tttt L statement pf the propeedings of (j~.omi-; :it~lte .f the Austra4iap IPatriptic Asspczlaro,~ hieldop .the .8th of this mn nth in whicýi.or~ pth&~e matter youa notice a letter f'rprn? me ps~ havigg been read alti tl qp,}rnitte; I -beg to, 4ºhterve that in lir .t rt pergrapj,' you~re ;per.~ e~4Jy raglht as to rly~spMpni~entp, ni writing'tJ letter. You phep sa.. Ghat I added,.that I 11 d for-' pieriy transmitted from t.he J1~iylesbury districtJ othe. .etitiop committee the sunk of 761.. ºhzh lid .nlever been Qccpunlted for; ;thi, $ir, is. raniher .ipppffeet, in as far pp I Mated, thzat tte 'rreas';rer~ ,of those districts, (wlzp. kygs M4r. T. Wlebbut,); ,lt pjd to :W. L W~n~urh 4g1 1 . -At .~ sl >~,r You then state, that without wishing to give any umbrage. to the members of the Petition committee, thht it appears to you to be imnpos-. sible ,to furnish accounts of the expenditure o...

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Literature and Science. INAUGURATION OF LORD STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

¶Lttevatuie. ,Ant ~ctette. -se4e INAUGURATION OF LORD STANLEY. [FROM THr, scrTTISa oUARDIAN.) YESTERDAY, December '17, 'the:Right lion. Lord Stanley was'installed&.Lord Rector of the Univer sity. of Glasgowi , presence.of the Principal and Professors, and a very crowded and most respec-. table auditory. Amongst the company on the Bench with his Lordship, we observed Sir Archibald Campbell, Dean of, Faculty, His. Grace the Duke of Hamilton, Lord Belhaven, Sin James Graham, Mr. Patrick Stewart; M; P.,;.: Mr. Campbell, of Blythswood, &c... After. the ceremonial .of, the installation had been gone; through, Lord Stanley arose; and was receiyed with the loudest .applause of the, Students; ;who,, on this occasion, conducted ;themselves with very un-' common and exemplary propriety. ': His Lord ship said :-- Mr. Dean, Mr. Principal, .and Gentlemen, :the custom of .this:University requires that.1 should ad dress, a fewywords, on the 'present occasion, to those by. whomuI &am...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

' 'HE UNITED STATES. THn dispute pending. between . the American and French governments respectingthe indemnity claimed by,the former,. and the great revolution in. the mo netary system which is quietly, taking place over.the whole. of the. Unied States, have, given a degree of interest in Europe to the politics of, the Union, whlich they have, not for many yea~rs possessed, and the private letters frdm thence, usually confined to topics of buzsiness alone, are now occupied, more or less, .iwith matters .of a public 'nature. 'The extracts, for the xiost part, betray.a strong party. bias, on one side or the other, but it may be collected, that a war with *France, if it shall prove necessary, is neither unpo pular;. nor viewed with much alarm by the people of the UUnited- States. One letterbn orthe subject says ".You may rely upon it, that if the French govern ment continue to refuse the indemnity, war willbe. immediately declared by the United States. We are prepared, in every way fo...

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European Statistics. ELECTION STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

-uropean * tati*tie*. ELECTION STATISTICS. THE following results 'are taken summary from the Report of the Committee on Election Ex penses:- - Registered Electors. Members. In England 40 counties have..:... 344,504 and return 144 And 185 cities, boroughs,& towns have 274,049 ,, 327 Total numnbers for England.6......:.. 619213 ,, 471 In W~ales, 12 counties have ........ 25,815 ,, 15 And 14 districts' of boroughs hLive. 11,309 ,, 14 Toial number for Wales. 37 124.`" 29 Inu Scotland, 30 counties have...>. 33,115 ,, 30 And 70 cities, boroughs, &c., have.. 31.332 ,s 23 Total nnumbers for Scotland........ 64,447 ,, 53 In Ireland, 32 counties have...0.. 60,07 ' 4 And 34 citidfszid'tomvilhave ..... 31,34b ,, 41. rotal numbers for Ireland:..........-92,152 ,, 105 Giving in- Englarid rand WVales, 656,337, aiid in the United Kingdom,. 812,936, registered electors, in .1832; and taking the total number of representatives at 658, the proportion will be, on the average of Great...

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EVIDENCE OF JOHN RICHARD FARRE, ESQ., M.D., BEFORE THE COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

EVIDENCE OF .TOHIN RICHARD 'FARRJ,' ESQ., M;D., BEFORE THE COMMflTTEE. OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS DRUNKENNESS.O ,ON How many years have you been Ji the prac tice of medicine ?-I'have tbeen 'in the pradtice. of medicine from the year 1793, forty-one. years exclusive of my previuus studies. Has your experience lain in manyAift'erent situations ?--Yes, both ii. warni and 0c1 cli= mates. In what parts of the' world have you prac ý" tised'? In the ',West Indies and in. Greai. Britain... In `early life' 'you w~rea'iilitary. sunergeon.? I commenced my public life in the King s c vice as a staff assistarit surgeon. On. iforeign service ?-I 'entered the services with Lord Moira's, expedition, the first 'expecii. .lion' in . the last .war, intended , to relieve 'the Royalists at Quiberon. j Has your attention been much 'directioni to the 'prevalence' and extent of habits of intempe rance among the people generally ?--Necessarily so, from' the nature of my.profeshion., I yve been mainly ,engaged ...

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TICKET-OF-LEAVE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

TICKET-OF-LEAVE MEN. The following Government Order, which has just been published in the Government Gazette of Van Dienian's Land, stands in remarkable contrast with the regulations recently promul-   gated in this colony, respecting ticket-of-leave men. We are decidedly of opinion, that Colo- nel Arthur is in the right, and we trust that His Excellency the Governor will see the propriety of reverting to the old system of mustering all ticket-of-leave men at their respective places of worship every Sunday, provided their usual place of residence is situated within a reasonable   distance of such places of worship. At all events it has come to our knowledge, that ticket   of-leave men who were in the habit of attending certain places of worship regularly, previous to   the promulgation of the new regulations, are now as regular in their attendance at the public houses in their respective neighlbourhood. They might go astray, in thi...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

.PUBLIC MEETING. A PUBLIC Meeting of the Inhabitants of Sydney having been held on MiIonday last, at the Pulteney Hotel, pursupiut tp advertisement, to take, intp consi W ration the proposal of His Excellency the Governor and the Legislative Council, to transfer various sources connected. with the comfort and convenience of the inhabitants. of Sydney, to commissioners to be appointed by the inhabi tants; J. E. Maunning, Esq., in the chair, thg following resolutions were uiianimopsly adopted. 1. T'hat this M1eetin aclngpwleges with grattude: the "prompt and liberable consideration bestowed by 'His Excelleigcy the Governor a n`the Legisltive Council upon the Petition lately presented, liavmi for its object the general improvement of the town of'Sydnrey, under the superintenidence of Commis sioners elected by the inhabitans.' Moved by W. Hutchinson, Esq. seconded by John Paul, Esq. and passed unanimously. 2. That it is expedient to adopt the suggestion contained in His Excellency's Min...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

BIRTH.—On the 21 instant, at the Parsonage, Newcastle, the Lady of the Rev. C. Pleydell N. Wilton, A. M. H. M., Chaplain at that station, of a son. MARRIAGE.       On Monday last, by the Rev. Mr. McEncroe, Mr. Charles Shaw, Compositor, to Miss Mary Welsh, eldest daughters of Mr. James Welsh, of Sydney. DEATHS.—At Jarvisfield, Isle of Mull, on the 11th of March, Mrs. Macquarie, widow of the late Governor Mac-   quarie.     In the North of Scotland, in the early part of the present year, Alexander McLeod, . Esq. formerly of   Luskintyre in this colony. On Friday last, age six years and six months, Barrington Wingfielid, fourth son of J. V. Bloom- field, Esq. J. P. of Denham Court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

-*****41* 7' TO OUIR S`YBSCR.SZES. T is requested that the accounts due, whether for -. Subscription for this Paper, or for Advertise ments, may be paid either at the Office, or to the Collector, Mr. William Kerr, who is authorised to deliver 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 Sydney, or to the Agents in their respective districts. K. ýMUhNRO. Colonist Office, Sydney. TO S1tTTzETEaS ZN TaI ZWTERaOn. MLD1CAL PILACTITSONERS, &c. A GENTLEMAN, Member otf the Royal Col ,lege of Surgeons in .Londoni, is desirous of, making an engagement with a Gentleman in the ln-i tenor, or as Visiting Assistant. to a Private Practi tioiters in town. To 'Families whom, distance may preclude. from Medical Aid, the Advertiser flattershinmsolf he swill prove a desireable acquisition. .,Apply, if by lettei,' post paid, to ilIft.C.S. ,'are ofs Mears J and S.. .Tegg, Bookselleis, George...

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Colonial Politics. HOW TO OBTAIN A HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

Colonial Politics   HOW TO OBTAIN A HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY FOR NEW SOUTH WALES It is quite possible that a man may be looking earnesty in one way, while he is aetually'imbving inanokthe're.='.The case ofa mairowi n g abtis arfainiliar'ilrustration of the fact'; and so also is that f mnost of the public meetings that.have been field in this, colonyddukring the last ten years, ip titibx' tlieTHbrnie Gove'rnment for a Colonial Legislature The etters-up of.'these 'meetings have ahllbeen loolcing.anxiously in 'the proper eniough:directioni for the object desired; but` they hav'e all the- while been 'talking,'and petitiojing and adopting other measures,'in a style calculated to make themn recede farther :and' farther from that object, rather, than, to make them advan e with a sthadypace towiards its attainmenti 4It isnot, ;thereorve,'n spirit ofý factious op position to our fellow-colonists that ':ve have taken .up the subject of a Colonial+: House ;of Assembly 1 far less is it wi...

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

THREE armed bushrangers have been commit- ting depredations on the roads between Liverpool and Campbelltown, and on the Cowpasture road near the junction at Glenfield. They made their first appearance on the evening of Wednes- day the 15th instant; the superintendent o' the estate of Macquarie Field, returning from Liver.- pool, betwen seven and eight o'clock in the even- ing, accompanied by a man named Hush, were the first whom they attempted to stop. Hiush was thrown from his horse and severely injured, at a short distance from Liverpool. His companion had him carried into a house, and mounting his horse, rode off at full speed, to bring Dr. Hill to his assistance, who was just then visiting a pa- tient farther up the road. In the hollow beyond Martin's he was challenged by three bushrangers, who, presenting their pieces, ordered him to stand; disregarding their threats he put spurs to his horse, and rushed past, them, one of, them attempted to fire, but luckily his piece did not ...

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