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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, August 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TO THE, EDITOR O-' THE COL'ONIST. Sydney, August 4. 1835... SIrt,-I beg you, will insert'the two following: letters in your next number. They. contain the, announcement of another splendid donation from .His Majesty's Government to the Australian College. That Instituition, I am happy to in form you, is, under the ::able management of the Rev. Messrs. Wylde anid Mackenzie, fast reco vering the confidence of the public, and of course disappointing the, anxious forebodings of certain of its quondam friends, and the ill-concealed wishes of certain of its enemies. As the cloud, with which its prospect was for some time so com pletely overcast, is now hipidly dissipating, I trust, and feel confident, that ways and means will speedily be found of finishing the buildings already erected,' and of providing suitable accom modation for. the valuable and, voluminous col ection of;Nationzal Records which His'Majesty's Government have thus :entrugted to- the. CountcilF of the Australian College,...
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
- : TUESDAY; AUGUST 4, 1835. i. COUNCIL met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor took the chair, and laid upon the table " A Bill for the prevention if Vagrancy, and for :the Punishment of idle and disorderly .Persons, Rogues and Vagabonds, and inicorrigible Rogues, in the Colony of New South :Wiales." Bill read a first time; to be prisnted, "arid read a second time on Tuesday next. .. 2. iHis Excellency the Governor laid upon the table " A Bill for appropriating the Sum qof Fifty Thousand Pounds, as a temporary loan, to enable His Majesty's Commissariat Department to carry on the Military and Convict Services (f New South Wales." Bill read a first time; to be printed, and read a second time on Thursday next. - 3. Stage Coach Bill; read a third .time and passed. . ORDERS OF THE. DAY. . THURSDAY, AUGUST 6. 1. Commissariat Loan Bill ;.second reading. 2. :-Estimates of Expenditure; .further consideration. S'TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. 1 :Vagrant Bill; second reading. E. DEAS TH...
Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY, 28, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
S jomesttE 3ttelitgene. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATI ,.TE COUNCIL." TUESDAY iJULY, 28, 1835. 1. CouNciL: met ipursuant to adjournment, His Excellency: the Governor took. the ;Chair,; and. laid uipon the table the following Minute: The Deputy Commissary General having again represented the deficiency of British: silver in the Miilitary Chest, in consequence of the non-arrival of :an e'Kpected supply from :England,: and the ,little demand for Treasury. Bills, I think it advisable to propose to the Council the. appropriation of a further, ' sum, on loan, for the present supply of the. Chest. The re-payment of this loan may be secured. as * before, by taking Treasury Bills for the amount,.to be retained until redeemed by Specie remitted by His Majesty's Government, or to be otherwise disposed of, as required, for Colonial purposes. This ar rangement is not likely to prove inconvenient, there being. ,at present a 'large sum in th'e Colonial Treasury proposed to'expended in Publ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TO CORRESPONDENTS. .A. Christian, X, and C. will be inserted. ' Dissenter mentions two cases of ecclesiastical grievance in his district ; The first-that of the Colonial Episcopal .Chaplain of the district insisting upon a person acci-. dentally, but involuntarily, present, to participate in the ordinance of the Eucharist-we have nothing to do with; it is not a case fobr the public at all. It was natural for the toorthy Chaplain to suppose that the good wo t an who had so devoutly undergone the ceremony of Churching, was not unwilling to conform in another ob servance, in which, we are sorry to say, there is often as little meaning as there is generally in the other. The other grievance is, that the Chaplain of the district re fused to enrol, in his Parish Register, the name of a child who had been baptized by a Dissenting Minister, notwithstanding the Act of Council of 1825. The act alluded to is the famous Four Dollar or Rogues and Vaga bonds Act. We are surprised that any Dissent...
FRIDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1.. Council met pursuant to adjournment, His Excellen'cythe Governii~tin the chair., .Estimates of?'Expenditure for Police and Jails, considered is :Committee. , n 2.,f'etition persented fronm certain Inhabitants of NewSouth Wales, tagain t, k ;proposed.ap propriation from the Colonial funds, for the maintenance of. Police and'Jail establishments. To be printed. 1. Motion made and question put, that a sum not exceeding 20,0001. be appropriated to defray the ex pense of the Police and Jails of the colony, from the first day of July, to the end of the present year. Council divided. Ayes 7, noes 6. 2. Resolved, that a sunm not exceeding 45,0001. be appropriated to defray the expense of the Police and Jails of the Colony, for the year 1836. 3. His Excellency the Governor laid upon the table, a Plan and Estimate of repairs and addi tions to the Supreme Court House. To be re ferred to the Committee on Police and Jails. Council adjourned at five o'clock, until Tues day nex...
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TIIHURSDAY, JULY 30, 1835. 1.. Council met'pursuant to adjournment, His Excellency in the chair.- . Resolved, that the sum of 40,0001. be advanced out of the Colonial Treasury to the Deputy Commissary Genreral, as a'further loan upon the security of Bills to be drawn on ithe Lords Commissioners of' 6 is Majesty's Treasury, at par, and to be negociated as circumstances may render.advisable. 2. Dog Bill; read a second time, committed and amended; to be fairly transcribed, and pre sented to the Governor by Lieutenant-Colonel Snodgrass and Mr. Berry. Council adjourned at' four o'clock,, unitii to morrow at one ,o'clock. . : .NOTICE OF MOTION /.} Fi?DAY.D? JULY:31. The Colonial Secretary :-The consideration of the Estimate of Expenditure for Police and Jails.
TO THE REV, DR. LANG. His Majesty's Printing Office, London, February 2, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TO THE REV, DR. LANG. -Hi: .. s Majesty's Printing fOti, ' " 3 Londbn; February 2, 1834: REV. SnS,--We forwarded, on the 22nd ult. by the'`" Florentia, two cases addressed to the Rev. Dr, Lang, Australian College, Sydney, New South Wales; con. taming a set of Books presented by the Commis,' sioners on Public Records to the Australian College,. consisting of 'seventy-five folio, and. nine octavo volumes ; also a parcel of books from Mr. Cobper, the' whole of which we trust will arrive safe. I am, Rev. Sir,-. (for Eyre and Spottiswood),i Your most obedient Serva6i, THOMAS MACDONALT:
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. Dagu. IHigh i Tater. 'un Age j oDays. NH . I BVyN. .iseis. I Set. I Moon Thursday. 6 5 15 5 43 6 46 .5 14 12 Friday 7. 67 12 6 46 0 45 5 15 13 Saturday.. 8 7 13 7 42 6 44 5 16 14 Sunday .. 0 8 10 8 30 0 43 5 17 15 Monday.. 10 8 56 9 10 6 42 5 18 16 Tuesday.. 11 0 30 0 50 6 41 5 19 17 ,Vednesdayl2 10 5 10 25 6 40 5 20 18
MAP OF THE COLONY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
MAP OF THE COLONY 'TO THE "EDITOR .OF THE COLONIST.""}". SiYt,--I observed your notice of Major Mitchell':--: Map, in which you request some literary friend' to furnish you with an article on the subject. I.. do not'pretend tq class myself among your liter ary friends, yet, having some knowledge of the subject, I ventuie to offer a few remarks. There is an opinion abroad, that the Map had' better have been engraved in England; although this would have given it some meretricious im-. portance, it would have wanted that extraordinary accuracy which is now .its great characteristic ; for it almost bears as much the character o,: an 'original, as if had been executed in lithograghy,'. from the Major's own drawings. The usual pro cess of engraving is, to put the original engraving" into the hands of the engraver, who pencils it. over, and then rubs it down bn 'the. copper, and ' in the course of engraving is so reckless of accu racy, and takes.such unwarrantable liberties with the origin...
Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
SYDNEY PR.ICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES.: s s. d. i . - d:' .., Ale, per hhd...... ... -........... - a 4,0 o:-?: per gall......................---, " ... ;t 0 ~' in bottle,' per. dozen....... . . 0 Ashes, Mangrove, per busliel.;;: ' 1 6 .. 0 Bacon, per lb. ........;:...; ; 0 7 .. : 0: : Bark, Mimosa,per ton...........0 0 .. 5 0~ ~ Beer, per hhd..........".........2 0 .. 2 10. per gall. ...-.... .. .. 0 1 3 Biscuit, per cwt............ 1 8 0 .. 1 10 Blankets, per pair................ ; 12 0 ..: 1: 8,: o 0 Bread, the loaf of 21bs. .0;... :0.': 0 5 .'.O 0 0 i: Butter, fresh, per lb. ......'....:0 2 3 .. o 2 4 - salt, ditto ..........:.... O . 0:';-0 .. 0 1 p BUTCHERS' MEAT:-?. . Beef, the quarter, per lb. .. . . 00 .. 0 - the joint, ditto .:::::. :"..:- .. 0 0 3i. - salted, ditto ...... ...... .... - .. .. 0 0 3 Mutton, carcase, ditto .?2:.... .. ----: .. ::0 0". 2 joints, ditto.... ........ .. . :O 0 4 Pork, carcase, ditto. -.... ..0... .. 0 0 4 --- joints, ditto ......
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, August 1, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST Sydney, August 1, 1836. SIR, -Passing on Friday last, near the place where an ironed gang was at work, my attention was attracted by the sound of cursing and blas phemy pronounced in a very loud tone of voice, and apparently proceeding from some of thegang. I was surprised that their overseer should permit such behaviour, but my astonishment was ex &nbsp; treme on discovering that the oaths proceeded, &nbsp; not from the chain gang as I had imagined, but from a certain portly gentleman in the magistracy of the colony, from whom one might have ex pected a demeanor of different example. As I am not very well versed in colonial law, perhaps Mr. Editor, you will have the kindness to inform me, through the medium of your valuable jour nal, whether there is any colonial law, prohibiting the use of such disgraceful language and de creeing some specific punishment on its trans &nbsp; gressors? &nbsp; &nbsp; I am, Sir, you...
TO MR. HASWELL. Colonist Office, July 31, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
TO MR. HASWELL. Colonist Office, July 31, 1835. MR. MuNRo begs to inform Mr. Haswell, that he does not think it necessary to furnish him with the information solicited, as it appears to him that the writer of the article he refers to, had no in tention to reflect upon him, Mr. H., and was merely expressing his commiseration for his truly destitute case, in being so unseasonably deprived of his right hand man, Mr. William Watt. Indeed, Mr. Munro thinks Mr. H. should rather feel obliged to the writer of the article in question, for showing him how easily the matter might be managed, notwithstanding Mr. Watt's having got into trouble. The following is the passage in our last, re ferred to by Mr. Haswell: That notorious villain, William Watt, who has so long been a pest to Society in this colony, underwent an examination at the Police Office, on Monday last, at the instance of Messrs. Stephens and Stokes, for inciting and bribing a compositor in their emplovment to steal from The Herald...
Literature and Science. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. EXTRACTS FROM LECTURES DELIVERED ON GEOLOGY, BY C. NICHOLSON, M.D. LECTURE III. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
Literature and Science. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. EXTRACTS FROM LECTURES DELI- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; VERED ON GEOLOGY, BY C. NICHOL- &nbsp; SON,M.D. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; [BY A CORRESPONDENT.] Lecture III &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; After describing the primitive, transition, and secondary rocks, both of the aquatic and ignige- nous kinds, Dr. Nicholson, in resuming the con- sideration of the latter, viz., the secondary, ob- &nbsp; serves that : The lower of these appear evidently to have been &nbsp; &nbsp; formed of the debris of pre-existing rocks. We find, however, in these a progressively increasing number of fossil organic remains ; these remains at first consist of a few shells, and of marine plants, then of fishes, till we arrive at those of amphibious animals: at the period then, of th...
LONGEVITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
LONGEVITY &nbsp; [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] DIED at the Governor's Dairy, Parramatta, on the 25th inst. Elizabeth Eccles, aged 105 years. She arrived in the first fleet at the age of fifty- seven, and has resided ever since in Parramatta excepting the time of her going to England to see the Prince Regent, who settled upon her a small pension for life. She was born on the 18th of September, 1730, at Stratford-on-Avon, her maiden name was Bird; her conduct was honest and upright, and obtained the favour of all the Governors. She possessed her mental faculties till the last, and died respected by her numerous acquaintance. She was buried on last Monday week at the expense of Governor Bourke, and her funeral was attended by His Excellency's servants and many of the old inhabitants of Par- ramatta. At Toongabbee, four miles from Parramatta, on the 22nd instant, Catherine Deffney, in the 100th year of her age. Her husband was mur- dered about twenty years ago by his government-man An...
TEMPERANCE. LECTURE II. [Substance of the Second Lecture delivered by the Rev. Mr. SAUNDERS, in the Australian School Society's Boy's School, Hart's Buildings, Pitt Street, on the evening of Friday, the 3rd ultimo.] [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
T I M PtA AN C E. LECT1JRE II. [Substance of the. Second Lecture delivered 'by the Rev. Mr. ' SAUNDERS, in the 2Australian School Society's Bobys' School, Hart'si Build ings, Pitt Street,: an the evening of Friday, the 3rd ultimo.] : .....[ ; COdNCLUDED. ] ":1 ' ... r . WITHOUT rany elabdrate deduction, it will be evidenit from the -,truth of the 4foregoing po sitions, that .:inteniperance produces idleness, poverty, famine,, .surliness, that its influence in the social system must be- injurious, and. injuri ous to a-.wide extent. When the inebriate falls in purse; in humanity, .in character, he must bring.down- others with -him; his friends, his wife, his children,, his servants, or his.master and his creditors, though innocent, of his crime,. must; yet suffer with him ahd bear part of the penalty. We need not enter the houses of our neighbours, or go to other families for illustra tions of the social misery which spirit produces, we have all smarted : if- innocent :ourselves, we h...
Colonial Statistics. THE DIVISION OF THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
:I'THE 'DIVISION OF THE BAR.? n Editor of one of the colonial jourinals having ti?ihgl~ht proper to` revive the discussion on the ' Adivisioin of the Bair, and to express an unfavour l: ai pinionihf that'imiportant rad mostjudicioiis i~easiure, we are happy to be able,;:through the ki indness of a correspondent, to present our reiaders with the following extracts,' illustrative ?f the :practice in this respect in other colonies of the empire F:lrom thes 'extracts it will appear that 'in. all colonies of any consequence the ,.?pr'fessions: of Barristers and Attornies are dis tinct, while in those of comparative insignificance they are still. united. And. aree -we., to be con sidered,a third or fourth-rate colony any longer ? .=ANTIGUA, .niie of the Carribee Islands, in the West Indies :Besides H... M. Attorney aid ::Solicitor-General, several other members of the Barh ave Ibeen admitted totlie rank of King's Counsel iri.this island. Persons adimitted to the Bar in' the " Cobmimo' Ple...
MR. BACKHOUSE'S LECTURE ON TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
..MR. 'BACKHOUSE'S LECTURE .. ON TEMPERANCE. ON Friday evening last, Mr. Backhouse, of the Society of Friends, delivered a Lecture on Tem perance'in the Old Court House, Castlereagh Street. The audience.was numerous and respect able': . . Mr. Backhouse commenced his :lecture by proposing: S:1 To bring before -the view of the IMeeting, tlhe extent of intemperance in .England and. the British coloiies. S2To'-notice the.various proposals :that had been iiadea with ,a view to p.ut;a stop to the pre valence of intemperance. 3'. To 'relate the incidents 'that led .to' the formnation of Temperance 'Societies: 4.-.,To introduce some remarks on the plan of Temperance Societies; 5. To point out the influence which the ex ample-of the upper classes of society had on the community; and 6. To pointioult the false value given to ardent spirits by the manner of using them. It had often been stated, Mr. B. observed, at meetings of this society, that the increase of spi rit-drinking had excited grea...
TO THE REV. DR. LANG. London, January 31, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
S :? . :TIj n REV, DRI. L .Ad. L ondoa, Januariy 3l, 183 REV. AND DEAR SIR,--.I beg to enclose you a bill of' lading for.two cases shipped to your address, by thi Florentia, containing Records and Acts of Parlia, ment, presented by- Governtment -to the Australian College. The shipping charges I have not yet made up,' but'you shall receive them by an eatly opporJ. tunity. I redhmain Rev. and Deat Sir, Yours very respectfully, -' ,: A. B9.-M'GrUFFIE,.,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
BIRTH.—On the 23rd Ultimo, the Lady of the Rev. J. Vincent, Chaplain, Sutton Forest, of a daughter. DEATHS. On the 18th Ultimo, at Puen Buen, Dartbrook, Agnes, the wife of Joseph Docker, Esq. On the 31st Ultimo, at York Lodge, Windsor, Captain J. Brabyn, aged seventy-six, deeply regretted by his family. On the 13th January, at Coul, Rosshire, Scotland, Lady Mackenzie, of Coul, Mother of Robert Mac- kenzie, Esq., of Craigdarrech, William's River. On the 4th Instant, at Maitland, Mr. John Stronach.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835
__ ...-_ I- To oVUP swaSoCzuEzas. T is requested that the accounts due, whether for S,. Subscription for this Paper, or for Advertise inents, may be paid either at the Office, or to the Coljector, Mr. William Kerr, who is authorised to deliver Vrinted receipts to Subscribers in Sydney. Those in the interior will have the goodness to pay the amount of their Subscription, either at the Office r:;:,a.t'k gm. Sydney, or to the Agents in their respective Sdistricts. ,K. MUNRO. Colonist Office, Sydney. IBOORS AtrELY PV33smaimED . '?:And may be had at any of the Booksellers' Shops in Sydney. . u- ;I t HE FOLLOWING WORKS, by the Rev. ; -:f ' ' ) r. Lago. An HISTORICAL and STATISTICAL AC CjOUNT of NEW SOUTH WALES, both as a °Y'?i:?)Penal Settlement and 'as a British Colony. Two v:ols. vo.. London, 1834. Price ll. Is. II. '.',, r .:. VIEWV of the ORIGIN and. MIGRATIONS } ? 'iof the POLYNESIAN NATION :.demonstrating their ancient Discovery and Progressive Settlement of the Continent of.Amneric...