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Van Dieman's Land News. LOSS OF THE ENCHANTRESS, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

VAN DIEMAN"'S LAND NEWS.     LOSS OF THE ENCHANTRESS, In a second edition of last week's number, we gave a short account of the loss of the ship En- chantress, Capt. Roxburgh; which intellhgence we received by the brig Siren, on Thursday morn- ing. We give below, from The Colonial Times   of. July 21st., a detailed account of the catas-   -trophe:-- About ten o'clock on Friday night, the 17th inst., the vessel was proceeding up D'Entrecasteaux's Cha nel, with a foul wind. Capt. Roxburgh had just       descended from the deck to the cabin, and was in the act of looking at his chart; the chief officer was on deck, when the man who was stationed at the head of the vessel called out, stating that they were close on the land. The captain went immediately on deck; but before he had reached it,the vessel struck upon the rocks, in such a manner as rendered it altogether   impossible to sa...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PARRAMATTA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

THE PARRAMATTA BRIDGE.:: D [FriOM A CORESPONDENT.]' STrr middle pillar of-the- Parramatta 'Bi:idge' is broken. down, it is now in such a tottering 'state that a horse cantering% over it will.cause it :to shake. : 'heavy' laden waggon wdold certainly. make a breach 'in it, it has.long:i beeir iii? :league with, the Coroner,, to break::the necks :of, all. drunken men and women, and of young children, acid strangers," crossing it in: a' dark iiight, and all r other heedless persons, who might go near. thel sides, along which tliere-is' iio" proper fence to i keep them from falling'.into the river. The iron gang are: employed- botching tip this crazy concern with' a log of w'ood: and ropes, What has become. of the Treasury Chest.. We understand that a Memorial to His E celliency . the Governor is, being got up at Goulburn, the object f of which is to prevent any persons, squatting on Go vernment land, unless they have previously obtained a license from the Governor. tA keen canvass has ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

- ARRIVALS. . K July 29.-Florentia (ship), Deloitte, from Spit head, March. 18. Passengers-Michael Wootey, iEs'?iq,, merchant,. Mrs. Wooley and two children, .George Bennett, Esq. surgeon R. N., Rev. R. Mansel, Missionary, Mrs. Manuel, W. Sharp, Esq. nerchaitf, Mr. G. Wilson, horse-dealer, John Pearce, groom, Jane Courtney, servant, Henry Pearce, sad dler, Thomas Wright, bricklayer, Mrs. Wright, Wil liam," John, Mary and Thomas Wright, Francis Tipping, butcher, Joseph Harley, machine maker, Mrs~ Harley and child. July 29.-Currency .Lass (schooner), Hind, from Hobart Town. July 29.-Sophia Jahe and Tamar (steamers), from Newcastle... August 2,-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), from Newcastle. August 3.-Africaine (barque). Duff, from Mau ritius and Hobart Town. Passengers-Mr. W. Cal craft, Bengal Civil Service, Mr. James M'Arthur, Mrs. Ramus, Mr. and Mrs. Burns and four children, George Badgery, saddler, Thomas Edwards, shep herds, and Thomas Roberts, Carpenter. August 3.-Normahul (bar...

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PRICE OF BANK AND OTHER SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

PRzo C ar DANE aND OTE .r SaRAnES. .E9CRIP- AMOUNTDIVIDEND. CAPITAL. TION OF PREMIUM; dSHARES. PAID. Rate.per ann.n Payable. . According to. Bank bf New South Wales.......... . 150,000 £100 £70,000 A the sum 211 percent Jan aduly Australia .................... :20,000 100 70,000 a p'id-= to 24 : CommereialdBank '... ........ 800,000 100 59,000 c j0 per c. - 15?? D ,, Bathurst Bank..................... 10,000 10 Australian Agricultural Company ..... 1,000,000 100' 24,000 . E.14 First declared in Lonon -- Steam Conveyance Company 2,000 5 2,000 Marine Assurance Company 140,000 100 14,000 35 per cent 14 ,, Jan; and July;.?',:i. Flour Company ........... 10,000 5 3,000 17. ,, . A May be paid in full. a Voluntary payments of 81. 15s, per share (to equalize, shares), alloWed to be paid till 31st December next. c May be paid in full. * .., D 'The Dividend at this rate' is for the first eight months'to 30th June, after deductiing a proportion of the' extraordinar expDenses of this new establ...

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Colonial Politics. THE DISCONTINUANCE OF TRANSPORTATION TO THIS COLONY DESIRABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

Colonial Politics. THE DISCONTINUANCE OF TRANS- PORTATION TO THIS COLONY DE- SIRABLE. The present is doubtless the most important crisis, in regard to the future welfare of this colony, that has ever occurred since the British   flag was first hoisted at Sydney Cove, on the famous twenty-sixth of January, 1788. And if ever the real friends of this colony were pecidiarly called on to bestir themselves for the advance- ment of its best interests, it is now. The three subjects of overwhelming interest at   the present moment are Immigration - its exten- sion or restriction; Transportation to this colony - its permanence or discontinuance; and a House of Assembly - how and when it is to be got. These subjects are all intimately connected with each other; and our position in regard to any one of them will, in great measure, determine our posi- tion in regard to the others. On the subject of immigration we have already expressed our opinion repeatedly, and.we sha...

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PETITION TO THE COMMONS. UNTO THE HONOURABLE THE COMMONS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. The Petition of the undersigned Members of Council, Magistrates, Ministers of Religion, Landholders, Merchants, and other free Inhabitants, of His Majesty's Colony of New South Wales— HUMBLY SHEWETH, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

PETITION TO THE COMMONS. UNTO THE HONOURABLE THE COMMONS.   OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. The Petition of the undersigned Members of Council, Magistrates, Ministers of Religion, Landholders, Merchants, and other free In- habitants, of His Majesty's Colony of New South Wales-   HUMBLYH SIIEWETH, That the Territory of, New; South Wales was; originally taken possession of by the British Go- vernment in the year 1788, with a view to the formation of a Penal Settlement, for the reforma- tion, as well as for the safe custody and coercion, of transported felons. That the Settlement which was thus formned, retained the character of a mere pepal settle- ment for thirty years after its original establish ment, or until the year 1818; the number of persons who had arrived in the territory as free emigrants, prior to the expiratiorin of that period, being exceedingly small, in comparison with the whole amount of the population, and the great ma...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 6 August 1835

:TO `FTHE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sxa,--As a father, and a friend to education, anhd a Christian, I should think it a serious' de . *eliction of duty, were I to pass unnoticed the .address of the Rev. Henry Carmichael, in his letter headed,-To the Friends of Education Sthroughout the Colony, published in The Mo nitor, of the 4th ultimo. If the Reverend Gentleman be still a Mi nister of the Church of Scotland, his address is the most unblushing piece of inconsistency with the principles of that Church, whose .funda mental srule is to make religion the basis of all education; but, if he be an apostate, let him be unmasked ; strip him of his sacerdotal robe, and sacerdotal title, and let the wolf be no longer suffered to deceive in sheep's clothing. This is an age of open and disguised infide- lity; and it becomes Christian men to watch well the signs of the times and to be Valiant for the truth. Infidelity and Popery, being twin brothers, are now uniting to the destruction of the Gosp...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. Days. I.High aWater. Sun Aye of Thursday. 13 10 45 .11i: 0 :' 39 ',5 21 1D I .Friday ..; 14 11 10 ,11'35 6 38 5 22 20 Saturday.. 15 1ii' 6 0 0: 0'?l ';7' 5 '23 21 Stnday :..l10 0 290 2 40 '0 30 5 24 22 Monday .. 17- . 0 1?4 1 5- "5. 6 35 5 25 23 Tuesday,.. 18 :2. .30 3 :. .0? 634 5 20 .24 IVednesdayl9 8 33 4 6 33 5 27 225.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

- 4jipping 1intelligtcn c.. S ARRIVALS. .:August 6.--William the .Fourth (steamer), fromf' Port- Iifacquarie. August 9.--rMatchless'(brig); Rijss, fromi Hobart :' Town. Passengers-Mr. William Clarke riand TJol?Ri; Graham. - . ;, . August 9.-William the -Fourth (steamer), from Hawkesbury. . August 9.-Tamar (steamer), froni Newcastle. * August 10.-At Botany Bay, the Ann (brig), from. Hobart, Town to Sincapore, where she waits to ac-, company the Africaine throiiugh Torres' Straits. -August;l1.-Adelaide (schooner), Wishart, from Hobart Town. *: Passengers--M r. B. Perry, Mr. an'dl Mrls. Peach, Thomas Peck, George Pashley aind Robert. Atkinson. . August 11.-William Harrison (ship), from Lof-: don, left 27th March, A 'ship supposed to be the Tybee, was signalized last light at. sunset. - - 'DEPARTURES A ugust 6.-William <the ,Fourth (steamer),' for the Hawkesbury ' 'August 6. 'amar (steamer), for Newcastle. August6 -Blackbird (schbooner), for New Zeaii •August 7.. Children (br...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

BA BH irn.-Peiresc dining at- London, with se veral personi of literature, could not be exempted from drinking a health (proposed by Dr. Thorius, a German) in a glass of .frightful capiciousness. Peiresc alleged freedom, civility, decency, health, ana a thousand other reasons, but to no purpose; the glass must lie drunk off to that health ; but b% tore he consented to. it, he required a promise that. this Bacchanalian doctor should also drink his toast: then having with much ado finished such a copious draughlt, he drank a health in the same glass filled with. water. Thorius appeared quite thunderstruck, and, after many a heavy sigh, put the glass to his mouth, but .quickly drew it back; and though he fortified himself with all the Greek and Latin apoph thegms on-thwarting the senses, he was an hour. be fore he emptied his glass, to the great diversion of the company, and his own advantage; for afterwards he neves broke in: upon any one's temperance. With' riespect to the authority ...

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INCORPORATION OF SYDNEY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

INCORPORATION OF SYDNEY. -TO THE EDITOR. OFlTHE ;COLONIST. S"I,-Since His Excellency 'the Governori pio posed dto the- inhabitants of Sydney,' that: they should!'take 'the?: ciustody of'the town ':into, their own ?: hands,. little? has beent:said oi' done{iri the business, considering its importance, except, the propqsiuion for .fifty, commissioners, and I;under stand -that the thing is. falling to the ground, This :shows, 'either that he.ihih'abiitants odnoi6t know how. to deal with . ihe ?subject, or th}itt the; liberal and enlightened-policy of the ,Governor,, whichhihas::led him to propose to the. inhabitants the ?only.'nmears by which .the town can.be pro pierlyrgtilated, is ;not sufficiently: apprBciated. Iavrmg - given r some attention' to the subject, I ventiire tbosuggest,, that somethirngg like tdliefol lowing"? might be' the" heads ofi'an -Act of Incor poration; =at least t is a :more" simplenmachinery than-:the fifty: commissioners :--5~ < i :' : Tliat eich'of...

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PRICE OF BANK AND OTHER SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

IPRECE OF BANE AND OT1HER SHARB.S. . ." SDESCtRIP- AMOUNT . DIVIDENd CAPITAL. TION OP PAID *TO .PREMIUM. ' . .Pa ab slAREnns. 30 JUNsE,i Rateer: aann ' y:Pyl, S3 According to Bank of Neiv Southl Wales...'..... ... £ 150,000 £100 70,000 A the sm' 21 per cent .Jan .nd Ju Australia "..:.;.......... . 220,000-. 1009' 70,000 n pald on 24 , Commercial Bank ...........8....... 800,000 100 57,000 ) the'se- 1. 5 , Bathurst Bank,.................. . 10,000 10 veral shares .. 4Australian Agricultural Conipany ...... ,000,000 100 24,000 14 irst los declared I ondo? --------- Senm Conveyance Company 2,000 5 2,000 . M------- arlineAssurance Company 140,000 100 14,000 35 per cent. 14 ,, Jan and }July' - - Flour Company .......... 10,000 5 3,000 17 A' May be paid in full' a Voluntary payments of 8Z. 15s. per share (to equalize shares), allowed to be made till 31st December next. c May be pail in full. - ) The Dividend at this rate, is for the first eight months to 30th June, after deducting a propo...

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Religious Intelligence. THE LATE MR. IRVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

THE LATE MR. 'IRVING. .THE following sketch of the late Mr. Irving is extracted from :Frazer's Magazine, for. January last.;: It is powerfully and notiricoirectly drawn, 'considering the general'torie and character of that Jotirnal: It exhibits one serious'mistake, how ever, in the estimate which it gives of the mental and 'moial character bf that remnarkable nian. Mr."Irving :was a perfect .perso'nification of 'sin cerity, and it is doig hiinm egregious wvrong to assert that he ever. struck into any devious paths in the stiblime science of theology merely to maintain' his :popularity. It was his powerful and.brilliant: imagination that procured him that popularity at the first; and being: thus enabled to. feel the strength': of this faculty, he threw himself upon it, like an Indian upon a wild horse which he has caught, upon the Pampas, giving it the reins, and leaving it to carry hire whitherso ever it would. Had Mr. Irving' Jimagination been under the government of a shund judg m...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST Sydney, August 2, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TO TilE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST -Sydney, August 2, 1835. S ?R,-While listening to the melody produced by ile fine Band belonging to the Regiment now stationed here, I have been reflecting how amuch more consistent with this sacred day it would be, were the tunes selected of a diflferent charac ter. It is now Sunday evening; service at the chapels and churches is not concluded. At this period, when above all others the mind should be elevated with aspirations to the throne of the Almighty, or bowing with humility at his sacred footstool, the first sound that greets the ear is perchance a contre dance, or song tune. That this has an injurious effect, tending to carry away the mind from the lofty and holy subjects upon which it has been engaged, and to place it amongst the votaries of, pleasure and dissipation, few who know the evil tendency of our nature will venture to dispute. It was a saying of a pious person, " it is part of my religion not to disturb the religion of others." I wou...

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EXTRAORDINARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

EXTRAORDINARY {NEWS. .TE WVrHIGSIARE IN' ONCE MORE. -How it hap- r pened, ,we have not yet heardj excepting that it was the Irish Church Question that di'd?:tiQ busiriess ; biittrue it is and of' verity, thati the-.t: Tories are out and the -Whigs in `again: LorcdL: MELBOURNE has.returned to his post as Premier . The place, it seems, had got too hot for Sir Ri5OinWr. Lord BRovuGr M is Speaker of. thei - House, of ?Lords, but the Chancellorship isnir:i :' 'Commission. The Right' Honourable SersJ:i: RICE is Chancellor of the Exchequer i an ?e it known to all and smdry of you, ye men of Inverness, the Right HIonouriable C3nT.E GRANrT is Secretary of State for the Colonies`'. We happen to know Mr. GRAN he is a Scotcih man every: inch of him; a:.nd we have every' p. reason to believe lie will make a most eflical te Secretary. We have not heard any further par-, ticulars; excepting that as soon as the.news ar ,rived at 'The 'Herald office,' the. man of bu'siness'~'H for that journal was s...

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Colonial Statistics. THE BAKERS' AND VAGRANCY ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

:THE BAKERS'-AND VAGRANCY ACTS. The c nii izent Gazett'e of last? wek, cotains air Act of Council passed on the 23rd ?ilt?;to regu i"te the makingAand 'sale of bread, as also .the outline, of a. Act . i hichi it is propl d: to pass for fthe; 'suppression of vagrancy. As these ienactmenits; and especially the latter, are of the highest importaincei~ at"tlit?p eit,.moment to the colony, w.e shall give an alstract o'f the Bakers' Act;'anid insert the outline of the Vagrancy Act :frbii The Goveernmenn tGazetter . BAKERS ACT I' ?iT.AL Bread made :.for sale:mustibe: made of iflour-'or Mealof Wheat, Barley, I Rye, Oats, iBucl-whlieat, Ihdian` Corn, &c;, ;with icommon ( saltpi`re water; eggs, :milk, barm; leaven, .po "atoor. otheryeast.= y ,7 i ?:,L ,?It mmuSt be well made,.a 'without, alum or: iia other ingredient not mentioned above, under -, penalty of fronim 21.:to:101..r :. SiIII All:Bread made- for 's-ale, with the ex . ?ception of Rolls' and: Fancy<: Bread, to form...

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English Extracts. IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

ngIt0 " xtract0. IMPR~ SONMENT FOR DEBT.._- :, HOUSE OF COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, MARnc 4.--Sir .1 ·Campbell mov?ed for leave to bringin a bill to:abolish imprisonment for debt, except in cases of fraud, and to' amend the law of debtor and creditor.i He began by observing, that, as the law at present stood, any man might be imprisoned at the will of another, with= out the order or decree of any court, and: thus the most intolerable extortion was.,piactised. He would justremind the House of a case thathad lately occurred. The Duke de Cadaval was arrested upon the affida vit of a person named Collins fr an 'alledged debt of 20,0001.; 'rather than go to prison, he made: applica-2 tion to his Ambassador, and a proposition was 'made to Collins to forego his claim on the payment of a small sum., After negociating a little, he. Qonsented to accept, 5001.. That sum having been paid, the Duke was set at liberty, and immediately thereupon brought an action against Collins, and obtained a ver dict. ...

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STATE OF THE COUNTRY. [EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM A GENTLEMAN RESIDENT IN THE INTERIOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

STATE .O ?:TrIHE- COUNTRY.: [EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM'A OENTLEMAN RESIDENT iN THE I14TERIORIi' Wr, travelled through the district of: Parramatta, where there is soi?e' little verdure; but their crops .are.all stunted, and some coming into ear will.i ot be good even if raid come now; if sot imniediately, :'ther'i`e= will be a total failure. :Th¶ro'ighi thel districts of :ýWi'idsor, Richmond, Castlereagh, Cabramatta, Souiith Creek, Minto, Airdsit? and ' Cowpastures, the' couiitry hasp the most miserable' aspect; cattle dying everywhere, and :no crops making their appearance; sol?hat if we'hiive not rain within a week or. two,,we ae? .not likely to have any harvest at all, arid if rain does come the prospect is still very alarming. I think: the people ,yill have to be entirely u sup ported by imported grain. There has been a very heavy and we trust a sea sonable fall of rain in' Hobart. Town this week, if it has been general it will do mich good and brightea the prospect of the farmers...

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1835 1..Council met pursuant to adjounrment?i i Excellency the Governor .in the chair.. Supple nihentary Estimate. of Expenditure for 'iheyear 1835, further considered in Committee. .: 1. Resolved, that a sum -not erceding'538i ?? appropriated for. repairs:?t týIe: Supreme ',Court . Sydney. 2. Resolved, that a suni not- exceeding 16001 1i, appropriated. tbwards'the,:erection .of.a Court; 0ýHi.:i for; the Criminal Session. 'of the Supreme Court; ad:., joining thle New Jailat Sydney.? " 2. Estimates of Expenditure for the year8i~:i further considered in Co'mmittee: Readled that 'a suni- not exceeding' 30001i bil: appropriate'd to, complete .the Court House ifor the i Fiminal Sessions of the Supreme Couirt,:at Sydney. 3. Vagrant Bill; second reading deferreduntil: Friday next. 4 His ; Excellency the Governor laid upin thi. table, A 'Bill' foirapplying "certaiil Sumns .at'isihig from. the, Revenue 'receivable' in New South W•iles, to the service thereof, for the year...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TO CO1ULESPONDgNTS. Our eorrespomdence irncrease and accumaulates espos uw oveely,h and we can only say '" Patience, and swe sigall kear ge ail ; with, of course, a few excejptionr." I. is still ea, but will not he ~a nsart time. A. B. em eor last leader will be inserted. So also will C., avde A Sub-criber to The Celonist. N tofriean to iatue-boaie -Paritiments is rather personal ; e sides, he will pereeire tlht our friend Hear-all has anti cipated Aim. Wie are Aasppy to flal, that our petitions hae berar so* well rec.ired is respectable quarters. One of the I'?eple seeds us a reopy of yesterday's Monitor, ds. hAich tAe .Gorernor aud 'ouncil are adeiised to comtmit a bargleary, by sirin u a lot of valuable books on each of which the followiwu inueriivtion has been iSmprinted, in tirae end lible characters, it Hlisr Mlajesty's Printin+j OQ -e, " 'Ais book is to be perpetually preserved in the Library of the Asstralian C'olltje, New South IWales." sut, maeithr His evtcrllency, rnr the...

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