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RESOURCES ANO PROSPECTS OF THE COLONY. LETTER 2. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

I RESOURCES ANO PROSPECTS OF TOE | COLONY. íiETÍER 2¡ fó the Editors of the SydiUij Morning iïcrald. GcNTLEsirN,-The varied occupations of a settler in the interior of New South Wales, sometimes leave him but little leisuie to de- vote to either reading or wiitin,? Ibis has been my case since the publication two months ago in your journal, of my first lettei on our present state and future pros ptcts, watten in reference to ceiluin lern iks repoitedto hav e been made by tw o 01 three of the members of our Legislative Council. Wiving farther apolog), lshill now with )oilt permission proceed to offei foi the con sldeliitioii of j our numerous íeideis, my thoughts and views on lins, to us most mo-1 mentons subject. If it w »s no short sighted intellect that declared the greatest benef ictm of his kind, to be the man who mude two bl ides of glass grow wlieie but orie could grdw befoie, and if, therefore, ns I conceive, one of the best moins tbnt can be adopted to impait perma- nent pios...

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

COASTERS INWARDS. August 29.—Roubulla, 18, Hunter, from the McLeay, willi 7000 feet cedar ; Mary, 15, Turner, from the Hawkesbury, with lime ; Rose steamer, 172, Pattison, from Morpeth, with 29 bales wool, 10 bags potatoes, 600 bushels maize ; Fly, 20, Williams, from Brisbane, Water, with 10,000 feet timber ; Resolution, 49, L'Elecke, from the Clarence, with 18,000 feet cedar ; John and Charlotte, 93, Collins, from Newcastle, with coals ; Jane, 54, Walker, from the Manning, with 20,000 feet cedar ; Harriett, 15, Crause, from Brisbane Water, with 35,000 shingles and 1800 feet timber ; Ranger, 12 Laverick, from Port Aiken, with shells ; Fly, 10, Legge, from Brisbane Water, with shells ; Martha, 121, Wells, from New- castle, with coals : Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 102 bags corn, &c. ; Challenger, 91, Abbott, from Port Macquarie, with 10,000 feet timber, 6,000     shingles, &c. ; Countess of Hilton, 111, Wheatland,...

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SYDNEY LAW LIBRARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

SYDNEY LAW LIBRARY SOCIETY. A OEM ral meeting of the munbeis of the Sydney Liw Library was held at their rooms, ni 1 h/aheth street North, yesterday nftcr noon Piesent-lames Norton, Esq. nic sideiit, m the eli ur, Messrs Carr, Holden, Want, Smith, C Cb imbd , Rodd, Steel Venom, Owen, Cory, lhmlow, Isaac, and Rogers Hie business wis commenced by the president who informed tim misting that the) had been convened foi the pin pose of considering certain resolutions which had been prcpaicd by the committee, m vindi- cation of the lionom and liitiguty of the pro- fession , upon which, Mi Holden read the resolutions Milich had been so prepared as follows - " 1 fliât the unbounded confidence re- posed in attorneys and solicitors, bj persons of ciciy rank in society, for the pi o ted ion of chai ictci, libcity, and piopcitj, rendéis it highly expedient, that they should be men of cducition, honour, and m tegul}, and sup ported in public estimation " 2 That the imputations caot upon ittor ncj...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, March 4th. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

EftG¿.aí>U JBXrKACTS PARLIAMENÏAEY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, March 4th. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Aftkr the presentation [of various peti- tions, the Copyright Bill was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Wednesday, March lo. The speaker announced that he had re- ceived a report from the examiner of the recognizances for prosecuting election peti- tions, who certified that the securities for prosecuting the petition against the return of W. H. Gregor}', Esq., for the city of Dublin, were unexceptionable. After a conversation between Sir It. Peel and Sir C. Napier, on corn imports from America, Mr. C. Napier moved tor a return of the number of vessels laden with corn which had arrived from America, from the first January, 1841, to the 1st January, 1842, at the port of Liverpool ; and also a return of the number of days oacupied by each in the voyage. Sir It. Peel immediately laid the returns on the table amidst considerable laughter. Mr. G. Staunton gav...

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LEG[?]LATIVE COUNCIL Monday August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

i.sso;a£.Ä.TzvE couiïcix.. Monday August 29. Fresint-The Goxernor tile Chief Justice, the lltslioji, the Command« of the 1 oicc«, the Colomil Secreting, the Attornej General, theCo'lector of Customs, the Auditot General, Mr CimplM.ll, Mr Bint, Mi Jones, %lr H Mncartlim, Su J Jamison, anti Mr Janies Mucaithui IMMIGRATION The CoioMAt Secuft un moved that the considerition of the Hepoit from the Imtnt giatioi CotnimttLc he postponed until the hist di) of meeting of Council next week I he re ison for the delaj «ni, that the repoit w»3 not yet printed mid in the hands of mein bets, whcicas it was dc-irablc tint they should hi\e time lo considci it well befoic it «as bl ought uudci discussion It wos accoic!inelj agreed that the con m deration of the Immigi ition Hermit should be deferred until lucsdaj or Wcclnesila) next DEP\nrMrNr or the shtriit The Gcheiinoii slid, that he would take the piesent opportunity of presenting to the Council a petition which li id been in his hinds foi some t...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. <kM ESSRS. HOWARD and WATSON will ¡XL Eell by auction, at their Mart, Hunter street, opposite the Olympic, THIS EVENING, the 30th instant, at half-pest Six o'clock, A choice collection of BOOKS by the most popular authors of the d iy. May be viewed on Tuesday, and catalqgues had.___?'i? WBL.CH BIsTTXKB PONY. The Australian Agricultural Company'a Welch Pony, SAMSON, Will be sold by auction, by MR. ARMSTRONG, at his periodical sale, on THURSDAY, the 1st day of Septeni. ber. Samson was got by the Welch pony Spnngle, out of a Weleh pony mare, both pure bred, and imp: ried by the Company. He is a powerful animal, compact in form, and of a rich dapple colour, with white mane and tail : quiet to ride, and has been driven in a pony cha'ue. Tobe at Mr. Armstrong's stables a week before the sale. Term« at the sale. 209H SXA.XT&ABD wasr. R. TURNER will sell by auction, at his . * m Sale Yards, opposite the Rose Inn, on MONDAY, September 5th, Fifty prime Cow...

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

For Moreton Say and Clarenoo Blvet*. I TR rpiIE FINE NEW SLOOP <H<aai^« .*? ESTHER, /¡mwJvw GO tons, clears the Custom -~t5gJ5a&W House, to . morrow, twelve o'clock, ior Aloreton Bay The RESOLUTION, 50 tons, clean the Customs at the same hour for the Clarence River. For freight or passage, apply to JAMES COOK, Union Wharf. August 30. _2M5 Tor the Clarence. »Iver. UIE fine fast sailing schooner S US A AT, will sail for the Clarence River on Thursday nest. For freight or passage, apply to the master on bowd, or to EDWARD DAVIS, Dava'« Wbuf. August a». _ 2913 VOST ItlOHOlSaW. IHIPPERS are requested to tend their Goods on board the barque A M WELL, on or tt&?*SGiS? before KHIDA Y next, as she «lils positively on SUNDAY. Tuesday, August 30. 2922 IMPORTANT TO SHIVPBSS TO TUE CLAKBNCÍ BIVEB AND NEW ENGLAND. H E well known fine fast sailing schooner ELIZABETH, will be dispatched for the above positively on Sunday morning, 4th September ; has superior ac...

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

,1 SPECIAL NOTICE. TTHE Subscribers to this Paper, *? and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future tlio following Rules will be strictly .adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in ndvanee, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub Iscription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without Jmlf-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance beinc £1 11b. Gd. per half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. [ In all cases, whether in Town or ['Country, t,he names of persons will ¡be struck off the subscription list, | when the arrears against them have ¡?stood over twelve months, and pro f ceedinga for recovering the amou...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

DIARY. Moaioranda for TUIa Day A"g"i't' _L'Í1<:LI "*SJ ïï10"1 ' "I"» 31 | WEDNESDAY | (5 21 | 5 «!)"! "-I 3li"j -I 54 New Moon, Scpl. 5, 1!) m. past 8, night.

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

HOUSE OF LORDS. Frida v. March 11. ! The Lords sat for a short time. A few petitions were presented, and some Bills on the table were forwarded a stage, after which their lordships adjouniid.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1[?]42. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE GOVERNMENT DEFAULTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

©h* &i>Sttci> fHornms focvalP. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, J it2. -« ' Sworn to no Mailer, of no Sect am I." THE GOVERNMENT DEFAULTERS. OUR readers will li ave perceived that, a few days since, when the Estimates were under discussion, the GOVKRNOR ad- mitted the principle for which we con- tended when the defalcations of Mr. MAN- NING were first mitde public,- that the persons whose money by due course of law came intopossesiou of Mr. MANNING, as Registrar of the Court, have a claim upon the Government to make good the amount of the deficiencies, leaving the question of where the mouey is to come from,-whether from the Home Govern- ment who appointed Mr. MANNING, or the persons who entered into sure- ties to a certain amount,-to be afterwards settled by the Legislature and the Execu- tive Government. What we contended for was, that the parties' mouey having been taken without their consent, they had a claim to have it replaced, and, so far we gather from the report, the GOV...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, March 10. There being only 32 members present at four o'clock, the house adjourned till Friday (this day.)

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NOTITLE AUSTRALASIANÆ. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

NOTITLE AUSTRALASIANS. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, during the Years 1837, 38, and 39, &c. By G. GREY, Esq., Governor of South Australia, lute Ciiptnin of the 83rd Regiment.-[SECOND NOTICI:.! AMONG the cuiiosities of this new N. W. country must be ranked the caves in the sandstone hills. These caves aro ornamented by sculpture and drawings. Captain GUKY thinks that these are the works of the aborigines. The particulars which he relates and the drawing» themselves as copied into the hook certainly seem to indicate a totally different origin. There is little doubt, that they are the productions of Malays, as it isimprobable, that any other people than the Malays should have penetrated thus fnr If it were probable, that the original inhabitants of this region were sufficiently acquainted with the Arkite worship, then n solution agreeable to Copt. GREY'S sup- position might be allowed ; but it is most likely that these figures are...

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ENGLISH [?]XTRACTS PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

KttOltBH aXTBACTS ] PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. . HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, Mai eh IO. THE Duchy of Cornwall Dill was read n third time and passed. FOREIGN AFrAlRS. The Marquis ol'Clauricarde said, that the despntcli which the noble Secretary for Foreign Affairs had luid ou the table of the house the other evening, respecting the conversation between himself and the Count St. Aulairc, was dated the 8th of January ; but he lind observed in the public papers that reference had, more than once since, been made to the subject in the French Chamber, lie wished to ask the noble carl whether any official answer to the despatch had been made by the French government? The Earl of Aberdeen replied, none whatever. f EDUCATION IN IRELAND. Tlie Marquis of Lansdowne begged to invite the attention of the Duke of AVel lington to a report connected with the subject of education in Ireland. Notwith- standing the favourable nature of that report, it had been rumoured that Her Majesty's Government intended...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. FROM Kapiti, New Zealand, yesterday, having left, the 16th instant, the barque Tyrian, 223 tons, Captain Clarkson, in ballast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

MOBBTOir SAT AMD OLauW« »IVJ5«. JT"'TT\l\K FINE new SLOOr Jtfef* 1 ESTHER, ^ÍSMSÍ CO tons, for Mareto« W' <5£a£ZSr- THIS DAY, at four «/w* ?"??? The RESOLUTION, DO tons, TO-MORROW ArTBRNOON, » Clarence River. For freight or pausg« apply to JAMEI COO! Vni9»\yi.Mf,Augtti»3l, ""

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mu. TURNER.-At his Sale Yard, MailUM V September 4, Cattle, Horse», and Maro, ft, MESSRS. DOODS AND FLOOD.-OII the «i ^ September, the Estate of Woodford. Jj Ma. A. DODDS.-At his Sale Yardi, t« £ Maitland, September 7, seventy head « * Mixed Cuttle. . . g Mit. LISCOMBE.-At Arthur's Inn, Bat« | September 7, Allotments in the fowniin, k^ of Broughton, Kwes, Rams, Goats» «Cl _ ¡j

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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR TH[?] "SYDNEY MORNING HER[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

__T_t__ÄLÄ_| _METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 22ND TO 28TH AUGUST, 1842. BAROMETER. A1TACIIED THERMOMETER. DETACHED THERMOMETER. I H . S I DATE. MOON'S AGE. 3 jj ¿ ¿ ]¡ i ¿ ¿ i ^ ¡¿~~\ ? F ¿ ~~_~ j * °Í 5 j WIND. li -? S? I _f I éf 1 =r ~ j ~ j f j «- S 1 j ii MONDAY 22 15 29'C9 29'C2 29-55 29*51 5* j C3 50 53 50 5S I 54 I 54 54 j J"', W., N.YV-, W., N.N.W., N. li TUESDAY 23 IG 29-40 _9"40 29'4S 29-52 55 J CO 57 J 57 53 58 53 52 I 56 I 0-01 W.,S.W.,S.S.W.,S., S. by E., S., S.W.ll WEDNESDAY 24 17 29-54 29-54 29-56 29-60 57 I C7 j 60 I 57 ! 50 j CO j 55 j 52 j 5* J 0"oí I W.S.W., S.E. by S., S., S.E. by S. II THURSDAY 25 l8 29-GS 20-6« 20-CG SO-GO \ Sa I OG ¡ CO I S8 so I SO SS S3 j se / W. by S., N.E. // : F«._.V_G i« _°::° _"°'/_°:^'/-".r/ " ¡ " i s "' I T I "' I <-i I ~ I ^ J........ ¿^v^£_x^^^-^-- "*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

AUblTtACl' OF SALliS UY AÜCll-.v. I We inserí, for Hie information of the PA | an Abstract of all Hie Public Sala *m g take place II THIS DAY. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, .»'"ig o'clock, Groceries, Flour, Walking Stick H MR. MOSES JOSEIMI.-At his Rooms, at II gi o'clock, General Merchandise. M MR. ISAAC SIMMONS.-Athis Rooms, il H H o'clock, Crockery, Glass, &c.¡ at half pi ¡| ö r.M., Engravings, Paintings, Stationery, M Cutlery, &c. El Ma. BLACKMAN.--At the CommissariatStoW m at 10 o'clock, Surplus Stoics: atliislloou, M at 11 o'clock, Allotments of Land, m MR. STUBBS.-At his Mart, at 11 o clod, H Sydney Bank Shares, Champagne, Cb»* H pagne Cider, Tea, Wine Coolers, Frew W Milmery, Hams, &c. ; at 12 o'clock, tbw | Allotments of Land in Boiuke-street.Surrj | Hills, and Allotments of the Subiera*« | Library lístate, near the New BarrtiH | twelve hogshead» Brandy, &c. E MR. S. LYONS.-At his Mart, «til ocW | Saxony Cloths, Cassimeies, Doeskini,U* g Su...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

BIRTH.   At her residence, Goulburn-street, Mrs.   George Evans, of a daughter.   DEATH.   At his brother's residence, Castlereagh-     street, in the 24th year of his age, Mr. George     Day Hawkins, second son of the late T. F.   Hawkins, Esq., of Blackdown, Bathurst.      

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