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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Spirits and Tobacco. rsi Stock on hand Sth instant, B. P. rurn., 'ij.SSA gaUqns ; brandy, 32,689 gallons ; piu, 12,l20sgallons ; other spi- elt*, 6jllg gallons; tobncCo,'37,444 pounds. ""Received during the week, Jl P. rum 9.625 gallon»; brandy 71 gallons; gin 307 gallons. Dellveied for home cpnfuplion, B.P. rnm .1,614 gal lons; burndy 340 gallons ; ¿pi lag gaUojis; pilier spirits 112 gallons; tobacco 575 pounds. Delivered for exportation, O.P. rum B27 gallon*; brandy 204 gallons ; other spirits 56 gallons; tobacco SIO pounds. Stock pn hand '5ll> instant, B.P. rum 35,518 gallons ; brandy 12,11.6 gallons ¡'^in 12,404 gallons, other »pints 5,945 calions; tobacco 36/159 puundt. Otohcr 17, 1831.

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Vessels entered outwards, from the 10th to the 17th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Vessels entered outwards, from the 30th to the 17th instant, inclusive, Oct.II.-HOOGIILEY,465ton«.P.Biinn-ageiil; for Can ton. 1.8th-MARY ANN, '11¡> loin, W. Walker & Co- nsents ;' lor Launceston. I4tli- bYßN L'Y PA.CKËT, 81 tons, Q. Cavenagh agent; tor New Zeulnnd.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 17, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Government Notice Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 17, 1831. THE following Articles of FURNI- TURE being required for the Public Ser- vice, person's disposed to furnish the same are request" ed to transmit their offers in Writing, to this Office, by 12 o'Clock of Thursday the 2tilh instant, endorsed, ' " Tender for Furniture" : Two Writing Tables,.5 feet by 4, with six Drawef. Two Slopes or incline.! Planes Six Cliiins, three of which arc to be armed and stuffed A Book Case Two Green Baize Doors One set of small steps tor Book Case Matting or Carpet for Floor, I8J feet by II¿ feet. Security will be requiie.t tor the execution of the Work within a reasonable lime ; and the ui tides wiuat be subject to survey and approved by compétent per- sons. Further particulars may be ascertained on applica- tion to the Director of Public Works. By Command of His Excellency the Governor,, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.'

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 10th to the 17th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared l>om the ¿Olfo tp the 17th. jnataqt, inclusive. DRU M.MORE, (barque-) 298 lan«, Petrie master, for Hoburl Town, l8 plnnks blue gum, SO Merino sheep, 70 bushels 111 nize, 29 tieices beef, IO packages bacon, j cask hams, 5 kegs tongue«, 1 keg pork, ? kegs tard, 3 cases apparel ninl.stoics. ~ ' ARGYLE, (ship) 597 urns, Still res master; for Cal- cutta, 1 ton flax and stores. MARY ANN, (ship) 275 tons, Jacks master, for Launceston, lo planks cedar, 4 corn screens, 1 cask .wine and. stores. HOOGHLEY, (ship) 465 tons, Reeves mnster, for ¡Clinton, 3 casks oppnssupi skins, I cute a medicine chesi, 4 cuses stuffed birds, ami'stores. ' AMITY, (brig) 1415 lons, Woith master, for New Zealand, 21 casks powder, 1 case swoids mid -pouches, '¿cuses muskets, 1 box musket ball«/ 2 bulès blankets, I case leather, I case hardware, 1 box pipes, t bass nour, i bags sugar, I box tea,, I bag halt, I hogshend brandy, 3 baskets tobacco, and stoies'.'

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Ollice, Sydney, October 19, IBSl. . 'T^H'E undermentioned Individuals "*. having seveially stated that the Lands set opposite their names ure bonn fide their property ; Notice is hereby given, that unless written Caveats be lodged in this Oilice within one month from the pre- sent date. Deeds of Giant will be then executed in favour of the said Individuals accordingly, in lieu ot the parties in whose names the said Lands weie originally described, viz. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. PARRAMATTA. , 1. Robert Day, ac. 0,0 r, 37¿ p. Thirty seven aid a half perches , described as section 15, allotment 1, ia the Government Notice of I4th September, 1831, in the name of Robert Bateman. SYDNEY. 1. Ann Smith, ac. 0, o r. 20 p. Twenty perches ; described as section 14, allotment 9, in the Govern- ment Notice of the 20lh September, 1H3I, in the name of Benjamin Smith. 2. John Hillier, ac. 0, 0 r. 20 p. Twenty perches ; described as section 14, allotment CO, in the Gov...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 19, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 19, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor has   been pleased to appoint Mr. Henry   Blunden, to be Chief Constable at Bathurst. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY;

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 12, 1831. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 12,1831.       DEEDS OF GRANT. T H E undermentioned individuals having severally stated, that the Lands   set opposite their Names are bona fide their property ;   Notice is hereby given, that unless written Caveats be lodged in this Office, within one month from the pre- ent date, Deeds of Grant will be then executed in favour of the said individuals accordingly, in lieu of   the parties in whose names the said Lands were originally described, viz. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. SYDNEY. 1 John Tawell. ac. 0, 0 r. 20 p. Twenty perches ; described as section 5, allotment 2, in the Government Notice of 18th May, 1831, in the name of James Young. 2. William Marsson, ac. 0. O r. 22 p. Twenty two perches ; described as section 14, allotment 11, in the Government Notice of 26th September, 1831, in the name of William Maslin. GRANTS OF LAND. BOTANY. I. John Neathw...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. --uu Mistakes.-The late Countess of Pembroke, at a ball at Exeter, danced with a modest young man, to whom she had been presented by the Sheriff, who acted as master of the ceremonies, and whom he named Sir John, in place of Surgeon Anderson.-This is not so ludicrous as the mis- take of the peer, who, when his tailor refreshed his memory, by whispering, " I made your breechea," replied, " Ah, I remember; how are you, Major Bridges f I ara happy to tee you." From the Glasgow Free Press, of May 2Î.-We have'received tiles of the Tasmanian newspaper down li) the latest ¡date, from which we regret to "observe that the Colonial Government at Sydney is still engaged in prosecutions of the Press,-Do great proof of the purity of those who prosecute. Tolerance.-By a law of the Colony of Mas sachusett, it was enacted, that all strangers who piofessed the Christian Religion, and arrived in the Colony to avoid persecution, should be suc- coured at the public charge, till some p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

J. WYATT'S CHEAP Wholesale and Retail Warehouse, No. 16, Pitt-street. JW. has just received, per ships . Mary Ann and Prince Regent, the follow- ing choice and extensive assortment of GOODS, viz. ' Leghorn bonnet«, 35s. and upwaids Children*» and women's Dunstable and split straw hats and bonnet» Rich black silk velvet, 15s, 90s, 25s, and 30s per yard Coloured Gros de Naples, 4s und 5, per yard Black, white, und coloured satins, very rich, 5s per' vard Black, white, and coloured Persians A rich and fashionable assortment of cap, bonnet, and waist ribbons Black shoe ribbon, 36 yard pieces, 5s Gentlemen's black and coloured silk handkerchiefs ' Lillies' gauze and silk ditto r Rich silks shawls, 8-4ths square, 20s 1 t.idies' white worked robes Children's shoit and long ditlo Infant's flock bodies, Is 6d each Ditto lace caps from 2s Women's lace caps, cap crowns, lace collars Urhng's thread Ince and edging t; 4iUs and 4-4ths plain and figured bobbin net, fruin 3s fid per yard Tamboured,...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

EiamtëtU SnUlllgnftt. J.amison-street has been opened from George street to Prince-street, and the venerable oak, the parent of all others in the Colony, and which was planted by Governor Grose, is now for the first time exposed to the view of the public. The walls arid palisading round the Scots' Church havebeen removed. A large party of the me- chanics by the Stirling Castle have commenced operations on the materials for the erection of the Scotch College, which will proceed with the utmost rapidity. Government have handsomely furnished a ti umber of labourers to assist in for- warding the work ; and it is expected, before many months elapse, a building worthy of our infant capital will be erected.--On Sunday week the pilot boat, while proceeding down the lîarbour before the wind, was, by a sudden puff, driven bows under, and filling, immediately cap istzed off Pinchgut Island, precipitating the crew .into the water. Fortunately the Reveuup^Cutter ^observed the accident, and their...

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Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Australian Price C^rr/ent. Including lastThursüay's Market(Sterling ) Prices, Ale, Eng.-Mid. BL a8/. 10* do. doz. 1 Cr a J4j Coloinal-'inid. 169 a 80 do. do/. 6 a 8 Beer, Log. -Ulid.8/. np<. do. gal. is a Of Colonial-IJiid. 45 4 55 do. gal. 2 a Oí Biscuit.percwt. )6 a l8 Blmikeis, Col. p. pr. lo a SO Blue,.Ib. 2 a 00 Biead,81b.loaf,J¿íl aOs4d Butler, fresh... Is C a 1 g salt.1 3 a 1 6 Candles, Mid» ib. I 3 ti 0 00 Dips... oonoo Cattle-Bullocksen IflíaoOj Working ido. 60 a 80 Cows,.. . " 30 a40 do. in Milk " 40 a $0 Calves,....,, 6 u 8 Sheep,.... " 7 a 8 Pig-»,.,, 7 a íp do. lodsling, 4 a 00 Cheese, Pug. Ib 2« 3d a Qsud Col. "07 (109 Cloiti,Puiranidilii per yard,.... J 8 a 0 p Do. Binad du 3 4 a 0 O Coffe* grnd. Ib. J 6 ft 0 p Eggs, per doz. 7d a 0 10 Flax, NewZea, ton, J8/ ft 20/ Flour, lOOib». iine Suds Bui ker, .... I8s0d-15s0d Longford, ..17 O -14 f) Dixon,......l8 0 -15 0 Guard, ....Vi 6 -14 Q Vickers, ...,J8 0 t-^lfj o Hall,.180 -15 0 Dalling Mill, Syd. prices Fruil,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney,p.Quarter 5s.-SingleNutnbersI d. Country,{post.included) 6*3d p.Quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Linea and under, 2* öd, and Id. each, for all above ; for eeértf insertion. FOR. LONDON DIRECT. To sail the end of next ywnth. TH E Fast-Bailing- First Class Ship AUSTRALIA, 373 lons raster, JOUJl SLElGí», commander. Ï*la principal part çf tina ship's carpo being engaged, she will sail uccoidilig to appointment, and carnes an expet fenced surgeon. For freight or passage apply lo Lamb, Buchanan, 6c Oo. Castlereagh street, September 1,1831. 'J For ti vërjpopj Píreo j,. THE very fast sailing, fast class brig" BRANDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobait fowii, with a good portion of her return cargo on board, mid as she t* under engagement to sail fjioitly after lier arrivai, intending passenger« And shippers «re requested to apply Jiiimediately U» WM. MORGAN, Sydney, lStU October, 183J. Pt iuce-street. ti. B.-The BRANDA is a very superior conveyan...

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HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

HOBART TOWN NEWS. The mail by the ship Vibilia, con- taining ISO letters and parcels, made its appearance on Thursday last, (quite "ac- cidentally ,") after being in port ten days ; by which means we are at .last favored with our files of newspapers. We have received the Hobart Town Courier, Colonial Times, and Tasma- nian, up lo the 2Sth ultimo ; and the Launceston Advertiser to the 19th of the same date; from which we make the following extracts : Arrived. Sept. 5, the schooner Samuel, Capt. Griffin, from Sydney 9th instant, with a general cargo of colonial produce. Passengers, ¡Messrs. Marshall, Pratt, Hiles, Merritt, and Ford. Sailed, tile barque Func/ia/,with a geueial cargo, for Launceston.-Vessels in harbour: Eliza, Weddell; Duckenfield, Riddell; William the Fourth, whaler; Samuel, and the Swan River Packet.-The price of wheat remains at 5s. 3d. and 5s. Gd. a bushel, and maize 4s. Gd. a bushel; the market continuing to be wcU'supplied with arrivals from the interior.-Potatoes...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1831. "SWorn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

The Sydney Herald. p-yyp ..¡y. i.iü-.r |'- ?-?.-. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1831. uSWorn to no Master, of no Sect am ]." t)tir Subscribers will perceive that we have | 'pi ven a Supplement ta this day's Herald, contain- ing several Government Notices of great length, 'and 1mtch importance to settlers. The frequent Supplements we have given, of late, occasions a very considerable additional expense ; but they enable us to supply, without 'expense to our Headers, the latest official information teUtive to the Colony. The typographical execution, and coirectness of the arrangement, are subjects for the opinion of our Subscribcis, and we are confi- dent will not suffer by comparison with those of the other papers in the Colony. It is with so-row and reluctance we Are called upon, from a sense of public duty, io enter our decided protest against the very reprehensible conduct of certain individuals, who have attempted to em- bitter the last days in Australia of Governor Darling, by every dev...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and 'Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 10th to the 17th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and 'Published under the Authority of ' the Customs. IMPORTS. Reporta from the 10th to the 17th Instant, inclusive. Oct. J3.T-V1B1HA., (s.hip) 36o tons, Stephenson m»6 I ter, from London and Hobart Town, Dawes, Gi;.re, Se 1 Co. agents; 8 crates earthenware, 1 copying machine, I 1 pianoforte, 2 bales caudle wick, 3 case« saucy.-, 17 casks wine, 7 packages a carriage, 3 packages" a gig, 2 cases sadlery, 1 case stationery, ii cases books, I case pasteboatd, 8 packages playing cards, I case apparel, ii cases huts, 2 cases haberdashery, I case millinery, I case ribbed cotions, 16 bales 9 cases colton, 1 case I bale shining, 3 bales muslin, 3 bales enids, S3 Lulen 3 cases slop«, 3 ba|es 10 cases hosiery, I bale carnding, 2 bales iuj;s, Dawes, Gore, & Co. ; 15 puncheons rum, 4 packages stationery, J. Pugh; 7 case» hats. 3 cases shoe til read, 1 crate earthenware, Campbell & Co.; 3 case.« books, George Erskine; I case slop...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

EXTRACTS. The nephew of Mr. J. C. Hobhouse, M. P lor Westminster, has been rusticating in the Isle of Wigbt a few weeks at Freshwater Hotel, and was at Rwle lionel last Salu rd.iy night, wein y ota long walk, when some oliictis Irom Newport went there and look linn np, handuutfed linn, and brought lum lo Neu pon, uheie, aller he, his tellers und journal, u hielt lie has kept for some time past, were examined at the Town hall, he was liberated Mr. Hobhouse, who was in his uulking dress, with dirty shoes, and one of ilium lorn, declines lie null proceed against what he calls the ovei-othciuus ptuties - Di gliton Guardia?!. Disco v fry of Ancient Plate.-Some time ago, a quantity of ancient plate was brought up from the bed of our tiver hy the di edging vessel which is mooted o IT Lite King's Quay, at Black rock ; the covei of a massive silver tua urn, which wasikhl\ gill, sis silver forks, and some spoons crested with a dove bearing the olive brunoh ; a (urge gravy spoon, with the cies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

ADDRESS. VOTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES, To His Excellency Lieutenant-General Darling, or» the eve \>f his departure /iw/l the Colony. " SIR,-We, the Members of the .Legislative Coun- cil In New Smith Wales, are anxious, on the conclusion otVrynur Excellency's Administration, io offer a sincere and unanimous expression of the sentiments which we entertain towalds you, as the Representative of our most gracious Sovereign. " The cordiality and good feeling which have sub- sisted between Your Excellency and the Legislative Body, we atti ibu te, in a great degree) to the lrecdum from interfeieuce with which we have been permitted to deliberate upon every measure which, under a sense ol' public duty,- Your Excellency has brought before us for the benefit and security of theCoAony. Whatever may be the character and effect of those measures, we are sensible .that this Council, by adopting them, has taken upon Itself an equal shore of the responsibility which attache...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 14, 1831. GRANTS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 14, 1831. GRANTS OF LAND. THE following description of GRANTS of LAND, in the County of CUMBERLAND, with the names of the persons to whom they were respectively promised, are published for general in- formation, in order that all parties concerned may have an opportunity of correcting any errors and omissions which may have been made inadvertently. And Notice is hereby given, that at the end of One Month from the present date, unless written Caveats be previously lodged in this Office, Deeds of Grant will be prepared accordingly. It is requested that all Christian and Surnames may be communicated to this Office, at full length, together with the intended name of the property. THE FIELD OF MARS. 1. James Elder, 100, one hundred acres; bounded on the east by a line south 22 degrees east 36 chains, commencing at Bennett's north west corner; on the south by a creek ; on the west by a creek which sepa- rates it from Schaffer...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 17, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

. Government Notice. . Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, . October 17,1831. IT being intended to erect a LIGHTHOUSE   at Newcastle, and to repair a   Building in the neighbourhood for the Residence of the person who may be placed in charge. Persons disposed to undertake the Work are invited to trans- mit Tenders to this Office, at 12 o'Clock on Friday the 18th of November next, endorsed " Tender tor Light- house." Security will be required for the due performance of the Work to the satisfaction of a Board to be   appointed to survey the same ; and the Tender must specify the names of two persons willing to enter into a Bond with the Contractor for the completion of the Building within a reasonable time. A plan and specification may be seen on application at the Office of Public Works, Sydney, where any   further information may also be obtained. By Command of His Excellency the Governor. . ALEXANDER. M'LEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 14, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831

Government Notices   - 1 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 14,1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. THE following descriptions of AL- LOTMENTS of LAND in the Town of Sydney, with the names of the parties by whom they are respectively claimed, are published for general information ; And Notice is hereby given, that at the end of One Month, from the presentl date, unless writ- ten Caveats be previously lodged in this Office, Deeds of Grant will be prepared in conformity with the Proclamation of His Excellency the Governor, dated 8th June, 1820, for such of the said Allotments as are not reserved or already granted. It is requested that any christian or surnames, mis- taken or omitted, may be communicated to this Office   at full length, in order that the necessary corrections may be made. SECTION NO. 15. Parish of St. Lawrence. Bounded on tlie south by Liverpool-street, bearing   east thirty minutes south two hundred and nineteen links ; on Hie east ...

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