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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. August 11, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TO THE EDITOR or THE COLONIST. August 11, 1835. 'Smt,-4 observe. in IThe Sydney- Herdld of -the 6th, and JMoonitor :of the ;5th ýof this mointh,a letter addressed to Mr. George Bowman, of 4Rich mond-` sig?ed ..J. Stepheis, rnot ?eplying to 1Mr1 oi?wman's lobservations, conitaine'd in-youir co: lumns of July 30, but, it would appear, feeling tihe force of those :observatiions as applying: very justly and directly to himself. .Had those very plain questions been ,first an swered by MAr. Stephen, he,might, I think, with much more propriety have pointed out Mr. Bow-= man's errors (if they exist) in adding up only four items, or holding up the very happy specimen of MIr. Bowman's cacoethes scribendi. If we may be allowed to compare the practice which those two gentlemen have had,,either in common arithmetic or English .compositiori; 'aridi look at the very courteous attention paid by Mr. Stephen to gratify the very natural curiosity of those who subscribed to the Petition in 1833, I thin...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

SORDEiRS OF THE DAY.. TUESDAY, A VOUGUST 11. 1. Valrant Biil; secohn reading. 2;i ·Estimate for the Supreme Court Hod?.:: ,::

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

DEour0Itc )ttrllgtureo. . VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS ;OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL;: TIunsRDAY, AUGUST 6, 1835; 1. CouNCIL met pursuant: to adjournment, Hlis E.cellency the Governor took the Chair.. Com missariat Loan Bill; read a second time .to be read a third time on Friday,ithe 14th instant. 2. His Excellency the Governor laid upon :the table certain resolutions upon the subject of the Commissariat Loan' Dill; presented by -Miri M'Arthur. To be printed, and taken into con sider;tion on Friday, the 14th instant. 3. Cosmmittee on Police and Jails:-The Co. lonial Secretary, as Chairman, brought up aire.. port upon the Plan and Estimate for.repairs and', additions to the Supreme Court' lobise. To be printed, and taken into consideration on Tues day, the 11th instant. 4. Estimates of Expenditure;: further codi sidered in Committee. Resolved, that a sum not exceeding 10,2011. 17s. 101d. be appropriated from. the Revenue of the year: 1834, to supply deficiencies in the' amount. estimated for ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

BIRTHS.—On the 8th Instant, at her residence, King Street Mrs. Blackman of a son. On the 8th Instant, at Ultimo House, the Lady of George Townshend, Esq., of Trevallyn, of a daugh- ter. MARRIAGE.—On the 30th July, at St. Peter's Church, Camp- belltown, by the Rev. Thomas Reddall, James O'Brien Croker; Esq: to Isabella, second daughter of the Rev. Thomas Reddall. DEATH.—On the 7th Instant, at her residence, Fort Street, Elizabeth, wife of D. A. C. General Howard.

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VAGRANCY ACT. Outline of the proposed Bill for the Prevention of Vagrancy, and for the Punishment of idle and disorderly Persons, Rogues, and Vagabonds, and incorrigible Rogues, in the Colony of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

+ A? lrGRANCY AC.' ,. Outline of the proposed Bill fbr the Prevention, of Vagranc?i?and.jor 'the PunishJnent o.idle and "dissorderly ersons, Rogues, and., Vragabonds,` Sanid utaincorrigible Rogues, in the CQlony ojfNew Siouth Wales, 3. ,o , Iti s propsed:'t establish the following Regi 1 atiins for the preventiorin of' vagrancy;' aind the unish'ment :of disorderly -persons, :and rogues anud-vagabonds, in this colony:- : ,Persons transported to this, colony, and convicted therein of any capital or transportable, offence, ,to rgister their places of abode with the Justices at Petty Sessions, withini one week after obtaining their tiafreedon. as well as any subseqet di change' of :residence:. ' , : . Sucih transported persons; failing to observe this. Regulation, or to ap"pear before any, Justice when' duly summoned to give an adccint;r 'itheir-mians of pU?pport; andl every person-ha'i; fihlingi no visible meatis of.suiport, or insufflicient lawful:mioais, shall Snot; give.a good accou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

.e ::: ti emtt-c-tt. '"," TO OUflR SUfSCRX R-S. T is requestedl that the accounts due, whether for . Subscription for this Paper, or for Advertise Iments, Imay ibe paid either at the Office, or to the Collector, Mlr. William Kerr, who is authorised to deliver printed receipts to Subscribers in Sydney. Those in the interior will have the goodness to pay the amount of their Subscription, either at the Office in Sydney, or to the Agents in their respective diatricts. K. MUNRO.' .?Colonist Office, Sydney. roR neUaAR.T TOWN. tIE fine fast-sailing Brigantine MARIA, Cap tain Robert Milne; to sail on the 8th of Au :?i' For, freight or passage, apply to "H. BELL, Custom House; ir, to the Captain, on board, at the Liverpool Wharf. Sydney, July 30, 1835. XOTrCc. 0 N Sunday the 16th Instant, TWO SERMONS will be preached iri the Parish Church, of Christ Church, Newcastle, at the opening of the Organ, by' the Reverend C. PLEY E.I, N. WVIIrON, M. A. Chaplain; after which a collection will be made ...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, August 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TO :TtHE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. .i Sydney, August.4, 835.. !Sx ,-The 'Liberty of the' Press is ackrowledged' :to be.one of the safeguards to.: a fre :government, and one of' the .greatest blessings, in. a" political point of.view,:vhich we can, enjoy;,..but, at the' same time,that.we are fully 'sensi!le of. the vald able, priivilege, it is, like all. other -aidvantages, subject to abuse; and it was probably, never so much prostituted to serve the purpspsesof igno rant and,.bad men as in this Colony. No man of liberal 'mind canr peruse without disgust, the low anid scuirrilus artibles with which our jour nals teem, exhibitingall-the evil-passionsincident to human. nature, and ;so::rarely.:displaying that benevolence and: love of our own :kind, which dignifies our -being"..Instead of articles:` which would'tenid toienilighteni' th'e mind'andaiiiel3i rate the heart, we~are-. inundated :ith:: accounts of private' squabbles; ;with personal abuse;'and mri •. --That area which istheelegit...

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THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, August 6, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

THE " PATRIQTIC ASSOIATION ,CIUB. - TO THE:EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. I Sydney,';August 6, 1'835:, Siz n-It is the cuistomni now;a-adays for . ivery great Parliamentary ,party in the mother-country to `have its club; in the private iieetings of which the' measureds iind tactics of the party are discussed' and 'aiiagendea before: Ibeing proposed- in Parlia ment. 'There is' thus, I have no doubt, The Peel-.'Club,. in'vwhich the worthy Premier regu larly marshi s 'his :'host of out-and-out Tories, uinder thii:conimand6tif Field Marshal, the Duke of Wellir?gtn:; There is also The Re-peal Club, in whicli 'the- great 'O'Connell, 'like' Hamlet's Ghost; oi'like'a i'ewly-arrived 'comet, S Doth' atail unfold:; Again, there,,is :that Mercurial little nian, Lord John RusseU s, ,or,the Whig Clulb, nd there, is Lord .Stanley's,. or the Half-wqy IHouse Club. ; .Whyt lthen," said, the. speaker of ,a knot. of Colonial,patriots assembled ,together ,to discuss Colonial ,Politics over a .pipe and a pmitt ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. LETTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

TO IH HE EDIITOR OP THE SYDVNEft. c ; MONITOR. 0 a mJLETTER V. Sn,-Jusytn proportion as nations or individuals' iake ,thetword, of God their rule' and guide' o'f lie,:or,,neglect the same, they will .be seen to fall orarise in.the moral scale, for no truth can be more,; apparent to every impartial observer wvho has, cast his eye abroad upon the several commu nities of men, or made a narrower search within ihe, limits of his own immediate acquaintance, than "that Christianity implants those principles upon which the welfare of individuals and States depends, that when rightly received, it makes good fathers and mothers, good children, honest servants, faithful tradesmen, quiet villagers, peaceful manufacturers and husbandmen; these are the materials of public prosperity."-Bishop Wilson. While when we look to the reign of super. stition or infidelity, what a contrast ! the one is occasioned by the undue exaltation of intellect or reason, making the finite and fallible intellect of man...

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Select Poetry. THE MOTHER'S HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

:THE MOMOTHER'S HOPE. : {_ . BY LAMAN BLANCHARD, • " . Is there; when the winds are singing In the happy summer time When the raptured air is ringing With Earth's music, heavenward springing, Forest chiriip and village chimde - Is there, of the sounds that float Minglingly, a-single note Halfso sweet, and clear,-andwild, As the laughter ot.a child! :: Listen! and be now delighted: Morn bath touch'd her golden strings, E'Eaith anid sky their vows have plighted, Life and light are reunited.' Amid countless carollings: Yet, delicious as they are, There's a souind that 'ssiweeter far S:Oi?e that niakes the heart rejoice ::.lo'I?re than all, the human voice! "Organ finer, deeper, clearer, Though it be a stranger's tone! Than the winds or waters dearer, More enchantihg to the hearer; -For it answereth his own. But of all its witching words;.. Sweeter than the songs of birds, .These are sweetest, bubbling wild Through the laughter. of a child. Harmonies from time-touch'd towers, :? Haunted...

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Literature and Science. THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH PRESS -. FROM THEn MORNIGNO ADVERTISER.] Ouk attention: has 'been, drawn to an: article ,?iI: U4 The Morning Post of yesterday, imputiig the'p osipps tion of its contemporary of'The' Chronicle, as well we ;? : presume, as that of the anti-ministerial p'res gene rally, to the disappointment of various pleasant ex pectancies of 'Commissionerships and other good . ' . things, the lamentable consequence of the expul, sion of a liberal. ministry. :The assumption is charitable enough, and might easily be retorted, but let, that pass as an argumentum ad hominsm which: cuts with two edges, if at all, and is the affair of The, Chronicle, rather than ours... Our object in alludig; tothe subject is merely by.way of a peg to hang some remarks upon, touching the comparative position of the gentlemen here and in France, at present and retrospectively, and their actual position in this coiun try compared with their 'standing some very few years ago. We propose to'itate facts...

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Colonial Politics. IMMIGRATION. J. AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS AND SHEPHERDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

SM'. M I GtATION. : A. AGRICULTURAL- LABOURERS AND SHEPHERDS. : :jtx -Evideuice' takeni before `the Corii?nittee 'on himmigiation has "been printed by order of tle Ubuncil, and a most' important docu5ieiit forms for this colo ny.' The members of tie Committee .consist of His Hon:ou' Chief Jistices FORBnS, Coloinel SI iD AsS,' the -uIA n.GDIToN. Gt'ERAL, : r:. JONES, d .Mr. BLAxLAND; and the follow Tin.are the :inames of the -gentlemern wihom they -have successively examined at twelve differeint meetings from the 21 ist of May to the 1st of July, with:a view to the preparition of their Report for the Council: The`lion. ALE?iSAN?ER M' LAY, Eq., The Horn. C. D.'Itm iwD , Esq.L , Ws. MAiCPI.ERSON, Esq., Tie Rev. 'j: Ui. LANG, 'Dii., SAMPSON -· RSIALL, Esq., It.N, JAMES SEciPORD, Esq., "M.D., RICItARD JoNss, Esq., 'M.C., 'Sir JoHN Ji rsoNd; iKt: t., ., J30 o 'BLAXLAND, Esq., M.C., ROnERT SCOTT, Esq., )J; P.,ARcrrIBALD. EL'L, Esq., ,M.C., TOMisAs. 'URMSON RYDERE; Esq., TIIOMAS WVALKER, Es...

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SPLENDID DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

SPLENDID DONATION. T?nE tWO cases of National Records, presented to the Library of the Australian College, were' landed fiom the Florentia and unpacked on Sa turday last. The value of this splendid dona tion, to which perhaps no other colony in. the. empire cari boast of anything similar, is enhanced , by the quarter from which it comes. The Com missioners. on the Public Records of the King i dom, appointed by Ils Majesty's Commission" of the 12th March, 1831, are, His Grace the f Abp. of Canterbury, the: Rt. lion. the Lord Chancellor, the Itt. lion. the Secretary of Simar for the Home Department, the Rt. lion. the Speaker of the. House of Cotnmons, the Ut. lion. the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt. Ilon the Master of the Rolls,. the it. lion. the Lord Clerk Register of Scotland, the iRt. lion. Earl Spencer, K. G. (deceased), the Ut. Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen, K. T., the Rt. Rev. the Lord lip. of Landaff, the it, Ilion. Thomas Grenville, the iRt. lion. C. W. W. Wynn, M.P., the R...

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FORMATION OF A BIBLE ASSOCIATION AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

FORMATION OF A BIBLE, ASSOCIATION SAT L1VJERPOOL. 1e happy to see this great tree, whose leavies aire forth ? ealinig of the nations, extencdiig: its' hian'ices in various directions.. In the town of ] iv?erpool an interesting.meetinig was held yester. day; (3rdl of August,)?fot;the purpose of re-esitab Jishuilg a Bible Association there. The ineeting, thoiigh not nume ously attended, was respectable, the Rlev, It. Car'twrightiintlie chair. .Amongst the speakers on this occasion: were, Mr. James HIos kins, Rev. Richard' Hill, 'Mi Jamles Backhou?e, 'Mr. W. Walker, Rev. ---Simpson, Lieut. Sadlier, aid the'RItv. 'W.Iarrett. i Owing to some confu'sioni in thelarrangements at the early, part of t.he .aeeting, Mr. Hoskins' sjieecl could not be. iill collected, but, we be lieve, the general tenior of it was, to impress upon the 'mind the value of 'thle Bible, of which he could .speak from his'own experience, that if we would. have good servants, faithful friends, or dutiul 'children, We mu...

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MR. BACKHOUSE'S SECOND LECTURE ON TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 13 August 1835

MR. BACKHOUSE'S SE'COND LECTURE ON TEMPERItANCE. ON Friday, evening last, M«r. Backhouse, of the Society of Friends. delivered his second Lecture on the influence of ardent 'spirit"on the human "frame, to' a numerous and highly respectable audience, in the Old Court House, Castlereagh jStreet. Mr. Backhouse 'commenced his lecture )by stating ,- ' 1. Thai the smell and. tastef ardent spirits are unpleasant to persons unaccustomed to drink ing them, and that though some ithings poisonous ,are pleasant to, the taste, no instance is known.of any thing being wholesome, which-is offensive to .the smell and taste, these senses' being'given us to affbrd us protection against unwholesome diet, 2. .That the sensation produced on the stomach by swallowing spirits, is that of warmth,' but tlhat the quantity required to produce, this sensation' is ;progressively greater. 3. That the stomach 'in health, contracts when empty, and that when distended by proper food, :it produces a quantity of fluid...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

TIDE TABLE &c. FORu SYDNEY. High Water. %'un Age of Days. . MORN. EVRN. Ri8. I ,t. 0oo, Thursdny. 2.8" 4 30 5 8 6 32 .1..5 28 26 Friday .. 21 5 : 40 6 14 6.31 .:5. 29 "27 Saturday.. 22 6 .46' 7 20 .6"0';'30 i,'30 28 Snlday .. 23 7 41 8 0 . 0 20 5 31 ..0 Monday .. 24 8'30 '8: 544' 6 '28' 5'32' 1 Tnueday.. 25 0 15 9 37T '06:27 '- 5' 33 .2 Wednesday20 10. 0 10. 20 . .20 _6 34 3

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

, Ijipptin' utietttgen . ARRIVALS.? AUGusrT 13.-The Tybee (brig), Rogers, from the .United States, 'via' Hobart. rTown; passenger, Captain Millet. AdovsT 16.--Governor. Phillip (brig), Lewis, f??rn Norfolk .Islaiid; passengers, 'A. M'Leod; 'Esq. and family, crew and passengers of the schooner Friendship, and twelve soldiers,' 50tli regiment. AucusT'r 16.-Tamar; Sophia Jane, and. William the Fourth (steamers). from Newcastle. ' AvousT' .17.-Isabella (schooner), Boyle, from oi"rflk 'Island.; ..passengers, Lieutenant. Cobham 'and sixteen s'oldiers, 17th regiment,; Mr.: Morgan, Mr. :Phipps,.wife; and four children, aand fifteen pri soners of the crown. I AUGUST 18.-Hind (brig), Wyatt,. from Launces ton; passengers,- Mr. Timothy -Nowlan, and, MIr. George Mawson. ........ .. i'Avou§T 18.-Nimrod (brig), . , from Launciston. - DEPARTURES. AuGUST 13&-Sophia 'Jane (steamer), for New .castle. AUGUsT 16.-.A'fricaine (barque), Duff, for Ma dras;; passengers, Paymaster Carew, 13th regimen...

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PRICE OF BANK AND OTHER SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

PR=CE 0F BANK A r rZ TH S.... . SA.?.?.. r HE].' AMOUNT DIVIDEND. CAPITAL. TION o Yhs rO PREMIUMNO s- a-ls. O3N . Rate per amn . _o ,yab,. According * ?Baik of Neiv South Wale1s....... . £1500 70 £100 £70;000 to the'snm 21 per cent Jan. nd Australia .. .......... . :'. 220,000 100. 70,000 i' paid .upons, .24 . , Commercial Ban g ompankilgCopany ofSydI 8300,000 :100 57.,00001/ the several .15 ,, D Bhithurst Hank...;-. -'.--; ? 10,000·· 1:10 .I ,000 I. shares A.a"tralian Agricultural .Compan.'. 1,000,000: 100 240,000 " '£'14'" irst; ,, de elared in Lonridon -----Stam Couveyance Company .,,, .2,000 . " 2,000 ----Mrlne Assurance ? .omnpany .?.140,000. 100 14,000 .35.per cent. 14 .14 Jan and Jly.. HrFlir Company .. ... 10,000 5 .- 3,000 17',, A May be paid in full. n Voluntary paiymeilts of 81. 15s per share (to equalize shares .to:30.1, 401,. or 501.), allowed to be made, till 31st December neIxt e May be pai ,In full . The Dividend at this rate ie for first eight nonths to 0th June, af...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. August 15, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THIE COLONIST. August 15, 1835. SI,-ITIn an, anonymous paper, published inr last Wednesday's- .Moditor, to excite publ'ic odium against the Rev.. Dr. Lang, for alleged misap propriation of the funds contributed by the, Go vernment, for the establishment of the Anstraliah College, it is stated, that:one of .th'e four build ings erected for that Institution, was occupied till lately, by' a decent family 'who- sold dairy produce fobr Mrs. Lang. As I lived in the' familyl of the late Rev. W. Pinkerton, previous to that: respected Minister's death, andi was consequently 'well' acquainted with the' arrangements connfected -'vith tie Australian Colleges Buildings, to which 'the anonymous' writer so maliciously refers, I beg 'you will" allow. me' to state,. that when' Dr. Lang. left this colony-for England.,.a respectable: Scotch :pensioner, was .: allowed to. live rerit-free 'in :the; lower part of tle uppermost of the unfinished buildings; to prot'ect tie property. froni:...

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Religious Intelligence. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. [EXTRACTED FROM REMAINS OF ALEXANDER KNOX, ESQ., FORMERLY PRIVATE SECRETARY TO, LORD CASTLEREAGH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION.. [EXTRACTE D FROM REIMAINS OF ALEXANDER,, KNOX. .. ESQ., FORMERLY, PRIVATE SECRETARY. TO4 LORD ,CASTLEREAGII.)" IT' seems to me as clear as, the sun, at ;noon,,:that making adult converts is not'the great ultimate object of the Gospel., ;iOn thecontrary, I must, regard it as: but a preparatory, le·is perfect, supplemental opera tion'; necessary, beyond doubt, ih. the'first instance; and,.so far as it takes place,; a happy'and valuable thing,'in itself; the more so as, in any state of things: ever yet. existent; it. has been indispensable to the support of Christ's spiritual kngdom in the world. Stdll, I say, something far more perfect is to belooked for, and in reality, must come, in order to the fulfil-' ment of the phrophecies. What this will be, Baxter clearly tells us in his Saint's Rest, where lie says, " I do verily believe, that if parents did-their duty as they ought, the word, publicly preached, would not be the ordinary means of regeneration in the Chu...

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