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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

I . ^ COUNTRY SALES. | MR. A. ÍJODDS.-Un the ground, at New- castle, August 30, Allotments and House, also, Horses, Cows, &c. ; at his yards, East Maitlnnd, September 7, 70 head of Cattle. Ma. TuRNEa.-At his Sale Yards, West Maitland, September 5, Cows, Mixed Cat- tle, Hornes, Mares, &c. Ma. LAU AN WHITE.-At Mr. J. Wood'«, the " Bay Horse" Inn, Castlereagh, district of Evan, September 12, Farm, Buildings, &c. Ma. LISCOMHK.-At Arlhur'i Inn, Bathurst, September 7, allotments in the Township of Broughton, Ewes, Rams, Goats, &c.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

DEPARTURES. For the Sperm Fishery, yesterday, the barque Onyx, Captain Brown, with whaling gear, &c. For Port Nelson via Newcastle, the same day, the barque Eagle, Captain Buckley, with sundries, Passengers—Dr. Gilbert, Messrs, Read, McDonald, Smallwood. Cook, and   Conolly, For China, the barque Susan, Cnptuln Neatby, in ballast. For the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, the brig Nimrod, Captain Cooney, with sheep and cattle. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Huntley and child, Messrs, Bennett, Alderdice, Warner, and Adams. For Adelaide via Port Phillip, the brig Dorset, Captain Walsh, with a general cargo. Passengers—Rev. Mr. McPhee, Rev. Mr. Geogeghan. Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Fowler ; steerage—Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Finn.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 25.—Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, from Morpeth, with 29 bales wool, 700 bushels maize, and 10 trusses hay. Northumberland, 17, Dennis, from Botany, with shell. Esther, 46, Cook, from the McLeay, willi 20,000 feet cedar. Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, from Port Macquarie, with 4000 feet hard wood. Sophia .lane, steamer, 150, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 84 bags potatoes, 34 bags wheat, 12 trusses hay. Dolphin, 16, Nicholson, from Port Aiken, with shells. Susan, .52, Boyle, from the Clarence, with 60 casks beef, 200 bushels maize, 60 hides, 22 bales wool, and 11000 feet timber. Nautilus, 40, Johnson, from Lake Macquarie, with coals. Angust 27.—Lucy Ann, 30, Parry, from the McLeay, with 1S,00)0 feet cedar. Thomas and Mary, 14, Picket, from Brisbane Water, with 6000 feet timber. Harriett, 43, Richards, from Newcastle, with coals. George, 35, Damon, from Newcastle, with coals. Mary Ann, 9, Farrell, from Pittwater, with shells. Currency Lass, 16, Woodward, fro...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 25.—Louisa, 10, Glover, for Wol- longong, in ballast ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Mary Anne, 12, West, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Northumberland, 17, Dennis, for Port Aiken, in ballast, Maitland, steamer,   301, Parsons, for Port Macquarie with sun- dries ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman,     for Wollongong, with sundries ; Dolphin, 16, Nicholson, for Port Aiken, with sundries ; Union, 32, Thom, for Shoalhaven, with sun-   dries ; Express, 24, Graham, for Brisbane     Water, with sundries ; Nautilus, 40, Johnson, for Newcastle, with sundries.     27. Falcon, 49, Cooper, for Port Phillip, via Corner Inlet, with sundries ; Thomas and     Mary, 14, Picket, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Mary Ann, 9, Farrell, for Pittwater, with sundries ; Harriett, 43, Richards, for Newcastle, in ballast, Mary Ann, 52, Wil- &...

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DIARY. [?]omoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for This Day   August, SUN, HIGH TIDE     rises sets. morn even     29 MONDAY 6 23 5 37 2 54 3 18         Last Quarter, August 29, 53 m. past 1, p. m.

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

CLEARANCES. For Port Nelson, New Zealand, the schooner Sauspareille, Captain Brodie, with sundries. Passengers—Mr. Brunnius and servant.   For the Bay of Islands, Auckland, and Tahiti, the brig Julia, Captain Milne, with a general cargo. Passengers—Messrs. Brassey, Woodhouse, Ormond, Stubeon, Petit Jean, and Mackay ; steerage, Mrs. Shawl and child, Miss Hassel, Mr. Greenyard, and Mr. Jeice. For London, the barque Honduras, Captain Clarke, with colonial produce. Passengers— Mrs. Oxley and two sons, Miss Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Clarke, Dr. France, R. N., Messrs. Westmacott, Garnham, Mollan, and Hagarth.   For the Mauritius, the brig Charlotte, Captain Ward, with a general cargo. Pas- sengers—Messieurs. Paille, Fume, and Four- cade. For London, the barque Jupiter, Captain Hicks, with colonial produce. Passengers— Miss Maconochie, Messrs. Ogilvy, Mans- field, McDermott, Dr. McEwen, and Mr. Scott. The Lucy Ann, from the McLeay, reports that the Letitia ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS. FROM Hobart Town, yesterday, having left the 20th instant, the ship Isabella Watson, 615 tons, Captain Macdonald, in ballast. Pas- sengers, Major Macpherson, lady, and family, Lieutenant Johnson, Lieutenant Seymour, 99th Regiment, Ensign Servantes, 96th Regi- ment, Dr. Bower, R. N., four sergeants, eighty-nine rank and file of 99th Regiment, twelve women, twenty children, and three privates of 99th Regiment.   From Bally, via Adelaide, same day, having left the former 7th July, the latter 18th in- stant, the barque Commodore, 305 tons, Cap- tain Rossignol, with rice, &c. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Collison and three children, Mr. Dent, and Mr. Mignon. From Newcastle, the same day, the brig Martha, Captain Wells, with coals.

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CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. OUTLINE OF MR. COODALL'S FIRST LECTURE ON GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

I CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. | OUTLINE OF MR. COODAI.l's FIIIST LF.CTUIIE ii' ON GEOLOGY. H UP phenomena which the science of Geology unfolds aro so various and hitcreiting, and «inbrace such an extensive field for investiga- tion, that the science may be truly said to be divided into several branches according to the nature of the objects to which the in- quiries are directed. As Geology examines into the changes which have taken place in the organic and inorganic kingdoms of na- ture, and inquires into the causes of these changes, and the effects produced by them, it must be evident to all that the science must be one of vast importance ; and it is hoped that in explaining and pourtraying pome of these changes, these lectures may be the means not only of amusement and instruc- tion, but also of directing the attention to study the science in a manner that may prove useful to the inquirer. ?> _ The occurrence of organic bodies in situa- tions inimical to their na tin e, (such as shell...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

soma «Tic ZHtaLuaaMoa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. S^TUKDAY. BEFORE tlio CHIEF COMMISSIONER. I'IIOOF or CLAIMS. In the estate of George Blackett, a special meeting: John Trott, £137 10s. In the estate of J. A. Curtoys, Aspinall, Brown, and Co., £WJ 2s. Gd.; William Walker and Co.. £381 *S; Id. ; F. M. Stokes, £2. In the estate of John Neilson, a special meeting: William Walker and Co., £1287 7s. 3d. : Kemp and Fairfax, £2 Cs. Gd. ; F. M. Slokes, £10 3s. 7(1. New INSOLVENTS.-The following personi filed their schedules on Saturday last : John Rogers of Gcorge-strcct, Sydney, and of Windinr, draper ; John Neil M'ivenny, of Birch Grove, near Sydney,gentleman; Wil. ham Roy, of Bourkc-strcet, Surry Hills, Syd- ney, gentleman. AIEKTINOS roa TO-DAY.-An adjourned meeting in the estate of James William Mooney, at eleven o'clock; and in the estate of John Ncilton, at one. MEETINGS roa TO-MORROW.-A third meeting in the estate of John Edwards, at ten o'clock ; a single meeting in the estale of James...

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NOTITLE AUSTRALASIAN[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

NOTITI/E AUSTRALASIANS, | Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-west mid Western Australia, during the Years 1837, 38, and 39, &c, &c,, By GKORGE GREY, Esq., Governor of South Australia, late Cap- tain of the 83rd Regiment.. Two vols. London, 1811. THESE volumes were reserved for notice some time ago, but other subjects pre- vented reference to them. It may he ex- pected, perhaps, that our columns should offer an analysis of such a work, coming as it decs from such a quarter, and stamped with the seal of authority. It is not intended, nevertheless, to go into any minute detail upon the value of the work as an account of discoveries, because it has been stated, that the country explored is described in such a way as to render recent attempt s to re-visit it almost im possible ; this may have arisen from some defect in the geographical particulars, or it may not, and as there are no menns of satisfying suspicions, ii they arise, it is best to leave the matt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

rniiE T)E USONS 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 be inserted._ Sîcatnor to Kiama, and Zaa\b Huaklssoa. Servi» sr »y. HE STEAMER, SOPHIA JANE will leave Jaques'Coaiting Wharf, t§$¡r¡>!§E£gg* for the above ports, on Thursday, 1st september, at Nine, p.m., and will call at ususl at Wollongong. The steamer will leave South Huskisson, on her return, on the evening of the 4th September. ÍB53 afforotoa Bay and Olnrenoe River. THE ESTHER, 60 toni, for Moreton B*y, on Wednei dsy, the 3 lit instant. Passage _ £i ; steerage, 50i, and well pro- vided, freight at redured rates. The RESOLUTION, SO toni, forthe Clarence, on Tuesday, the 30th instant. Apply for freight or passage, JAMES COOK. 2867_ Union Wharf. rox uosiioH BAT. A IirGUI.AR TRADER. fine first ela» schooner E D WA R D, ^É^uQ^"^1 John Chambers, matter, is n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

TO LET, a mott comfortable family Cottage, situated in Sussex-street, consisting of nine .roams, a large kitchen, store-rooms and cellars, there is a good supply of excellent water ; immediate possession can be given. Applica tion to be made at Barker's Mills, Sussex -street. _2744 TO LET, a commodious Dwelling House and Premises, situate in Sussex-street, near Dixon's Mills, immediate possession can be given. Apply to l63!._COOPER AND HOLT. npO BE LET, with immediate possession, a A. a house, Coach-house, stables, &c, at Double Bay, in the neighbourhood of Sydney. For terms apply to Mr. T. Hammond, at Mr. Cooper Turner's, 5, Elizabeth-street. 1300 rpo LET, that pleasantly situated Cottage at J. Chouder Bay, known as the residence of the late Ciptain C ¡fíe, having lately undergone an extensive repair, with additions; a garden stocked with fruit trees; the whole property, consisting of fifty-seven acres, fenced in. For particulars apply to Captain Ashmore, Kent street, nearl...

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LAW INT[?]LLIG[?]C[?]. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-Civil SIDE. FRIDAY   BEFORE Mr. Justice BURTON and a Special Jury. CANNON v. KEIGHRAN. This was a qui tam action, brought by the plaintiff, Mary Cannon, to recover possession of an acre and a-half of land in Campbell- town, at present occupied by Captain Allman, as tenant of the defendant, John Keighran. It appeared that the land had originally be- longed to John Walsh, who had sold to one Solomon, of Campbelltown, from whom Brad- bury, (since deceased), the father of the pui- sent plaintiff (it was alleged) purchased the land in question in 1829, and possessed or leased the same until his death, after which the rents were collected by the registrar of the Supreme Court, as collector, of intestate estates, on behalf of the heirs of the deceased Bradbury, until 31st December, 1838, when the rents were paid by order of the Court to the present plaintiff, she being then acknow- ledged as Bradbury's heir. After Solomon had sold to Bradbury, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

11 ö| SPECIAL NOTICE. Hli Subscribers to this Paper, '$ and the Public generally, ure "pectfully informed, that in future following Rules will be strictly ." ered to : Ifjn Sydney.-No new Subscribers ívíll be received without one quarter iiejng l'iiid in advance, for which ten ?er cent, will be allowed ; the »ub feription in advance being 13s. 6d. 1er quarter. (iiZ?i the Country.-No new Sub cribcrs will be received without alf-a-year being pnid in advance, » winch ten per cent, will be al- tered ; the subscription in advance »éing £1 Us. 6d. per half y oar; and ile Proprietors must bo furnished it'the time with a written under- lying that all "future payments, coth for subscription and charges of Idvertisements, shall be made in lydney, or by the hands of an Agent. Ljln all casob, whether in Town or Country, tim names of persons will ie struck oft' the subscription list, rhen the arrears against them have food over twelve month», and pro üedíngs for recovering the amount lie will be...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

PORT PHILLIP. MELBOURNE papers to the 10th instant, came to hand on Saturday. The only news of importance is, that at a public meeting a petition to the GOVERNOR, re- monstrating against the management of the Police being kept in the hands of the Government after the Corporation Bill is passed, was agreed to. Mr. ARDEN, the editor of the Port Phillip Gazette, had been convicted, on a criminal information, of libelling a Mr. T. W. MARSHALL. We shall give a few of the most interesting extracts to-morrow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Messrs. Dodds and Flood.-On the 1st September, Estate of Woodford. Mu. Turner.-At his Sale Yard, Maitland, September 5, Cattle, Horses, and Marcs. -=

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALliS BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. Mr. S. Lyons.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Wearing Apparel, Hams, Flour, Tobacco, Spiiits, Silver Teapots, Tankards, and Spoons ; at 12 o'clock, Sydney Bank Shares, Flour, and Spirits. Mr. I.Simmons.-At his Rooms, atll o'clock, Engravings, Slops, Hats, Caps, Linen, Drill, and Duck. Mr. Polvck-On the Premises of Mr. Ding- wall, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture, Ironmongery, &c. _ Mu. Stubbs.-At Iib Mart, at half-past 1 o'clock, Chippendale Property. The Sheriff.-Opposite the Police Office, Carpenters' Tools, and Glassware. Messrs. Howard and Watson.-At their Mart, at half-past 0 o'clock, Books.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

MARRIED. By special license, on the 27th instant, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. R. Allwood, Mr. Frederick C. Luther, late of Coblentz, to Maria, second daughter of S. Royes, Esq., Isle of Jersey.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

I IMPOUNDINGS. ¡SiNOTETON, Patrick's Pluns August ö One light slrawbeny bullock, branded It under Uti off rump, r- off shoulder, W near shoulder and ribs. One dark brown cow, branded MP off rump, K.H under 58 or Km near ubs, (it) off hip, and a strtwberry male calf by her side, branded MP off rum» One dmk blown cow, white bick and bell), bl än- dert MP offi tttnp, K.II or Kj[ near ribs One )ellow and white cow, bianded MPoffuimp, UN near rump, an illegible brand on off ribs. One blief* and white heifer, branded Sf off shoulder. 39.2 off ribs, WC under JHI3 con- joined off rump, like WC near ubs One daik red cow, branded MP off rump, Ktf near ribs. One black and white cow, branded MP above Rand MP undei offiump, KKunderO near ribs, (K) near hip, a white male calf, by her side, brindle spots, branded M P neal ribs, a illegible brand oifitimp. One red cow branded M P off rump, K y[ near ribs, a spotted female calf by her side unbrandad. One jellow mid white steer bianded M P off rump, ...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

RIAÏÏ.Y. aCoQoram'-u for This Bar I » t I SUN, | mon Tiru ° ' *_ | ii°PB | sets. 1 moin I even 30 j tuesday I (i 2~2 | i~3S I 3 l2 I i (I New Moon, Sept. 5, 19 in. past 8, niglit.

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