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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831

The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, OCrOBE'lSlst, 1331. -* "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." OUR readers are no doubt generally aware that a meeting ol' the Committee, appointed" at Parramatta, waa held last Monday, to take«into consideration' the propriety of petitioning His ¡Majesty, fpr the removal of the Int.» regulations regarding the sale and quit-rent of laud hi New South Wales. The basis of certain resolutions was proposed and adopted ; and the meeting-, which was com- posed ol'some of the wealthiest and most intelli- gent men in the Colony, seemed unanimous irr their sentiments respecting their repeal. We admire the spirit of moderate opposition dis- played to the erroneous views impressed uti his Majesty's Ministers ; and we congratulate the Colonists in general, on this first vigorous effort, which the leading members of the community, have made to disentangle the minds of the Mi- nistry in Britain from the mysteries and intricate sophistries of heartless political economists...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831

Domestic Intellegence On Saturday night week, a man named Alex.    Duff, was knocked down in Frazier's Lane,, and stripped of his shirt and trowers, after having been severely beaten. Four men were taken into custody on suspicion of having been concerned   in the robbery, but Duff could not swear   either of them.- CORONER'S INQUESTS.   On Sunday week an Inquest was held at the Cottage of Content, on view of the body of John   Smith who died suddenly the previous night in   his own house. The Jury returned a verdict- "That the deceased died by the visitation of   God" On Tuesday an Inquest was holden at the   Currency Lad, Kent-street, on the body of a       man named John Connor, who while keeping up his birth day the previous evening, decanted the       contents of a quart bottle of rum down his throat,   &...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831

MARRIAGES.—On the 24th instant, by the Rev. John McGarvie, Captain John Barber, of the brig Tigress, to Miss Mary Anne Williams, of Sydney. AT Frisky Hall, on the 26th April, Andrew Young, Esq. Hamburgh, to Janet Colquhoun, eldest daughter of James Murdoch, Esq. On Thursday, the 27th instant, by the Rev Richard Hill, John Thomas, Esq. R. N (nephew of Sir John Thomas, Bart. of Wenvoe Castle, GIamorganshire), to Anna Elizabeth, only daughter of Charles Wilson,   Esq., Director of Public Works, Sydney.   DEATHS.—At Kingsbridge, in Devon, on the 2d     March last, aged 89, Captain A. Lockhart, R. N. 3d son of W. Lockhart, of Birkhill, in Lanarkshire. He served in the Tartar, under Sir John Lockhart Ross, and lost his hearing in action with the enemy.       At Allan Bank, near Hamilton, on the 22d April last, Anne Caroline Dale, wife of Robert Owen, Esq. the celebrated economist, and daughter of the philanthropic David Dale...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 2, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 2, 1831. THE following- Articles of Furniture being required for the Public Service, persons disposed to furnish the same, are requested to transmit their oners, in writing, to this OIHce, by IS o'clock of Thursday, the 24th of this Month, en- dorsed " Tender for Fnriiiluie." Two inclined planes; I stand up desk, press on top; I large press, l8 feel 9 inches by 8 feet ; two common arm chairs, with movcable cushions ; I wash-hand stand ; I letter box ; 2 writing tables ; 2 common cane bottom chairs ;' 1 press 5 feet by 8 feet. Security will be^ required tor the execution of the Work within a reasonable time : and the Articles must be subject to survey and approval by competent persons. Further particulars mny be ascertained on applica- tion to" the Director of Public Works. By Command of His Excellency the Acting Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAV.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 28, 1831. CONVEYANCE being- required for ^-^ the Public Mails on the undermentioned Roads for one or two years, (to be decided upon opening the Tendejrs,) fioiu the 1st of January next, Persons disposed" to contract to provide the same, aie Invited lo transmit their offers. In writing, lo this Office, before 12 o'clock on Monday, the 5th of De. «ember, endorsed *. Tender for Conveyance of Mails.'' From Sydney to Parramatta, and from Parramatta to Sydney, daily, Sundays excepted. From Sydney to Liverpool, and fiom Liverpool to Sydney, dally, Sundays excepted. From Sydney to Windsor, and fiom Windsor to Sydney, three days in each week. From Parramatta to Windsor, and from Windsor to Parramatta , three days in each week. From Windsor to Pitt town, Wilberforce, and -Rich- mond, and back, three times a week. From Parramatta to Penrith, and from Penrith to Parramatta, two days in eacli week. From Penrith to Bathurst, and from...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 28, I8JI. i "OERSONS wishing for the assistance ?*? of Government, in securing their Haives't, are requested lo make application to the Super intendeut of Police, nearest the Road Parties in their neighbourhood. The Supenntendcnts will distribute the prisoners employed in these Pat ties (lue Chum Gangsexcepted) in such a way as to afford, as much as practicable, an equal share of the beneiit to all who require it, taking care that Rations for the Men lent are furnished by the peisons receiving them. As settlers must be a ware of the character of the indi ?vidualsof whom these parties usually consist, it is e\ pepted that proper means will be adopted to prerent their escape, und that they will be punctual'y re- turned to their respective Overseers, when their ser vices are no longer requu ed, and not later than two months after they are lent. Much ti regularity in this respect having taken plate heretofore, such of the "...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 22, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Government Notice. Colonial Secictary's Office, Sydney, October 22, IB3I. *CTIS Excellency the Acting Governor .*.?"? purposes'recciving such Persons as may be desirous of seeing hitit on Business al Government House, on Tuesdays and Fridays, between the hours of Twelve and Two o'clock. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Original Poetry. [FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD.] THE TWO DOGS, A Tale of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Ori&fiiÂY ffitfttrir. . r ." [FOR TUB JYUNKY HBnALp.]k> . . T H E T W O D OGS, '"'', 1 ' ? 'A Tale of the limes. 'I '. - '^Tbrow'physic lo the dog», I'll none of It." Twas in " the plesannte mon e the of M aie," When I Ising suns salute the day. And waning moons decrease, Two dogs, ot dogged breed and scent, No more in lumbering kennel pent, In search of game together went, And "snuff'd the caller breeze." One Tippoo nam'd, >» lud)'s cur, Whose cii ly tail, and silky fur, And silver clasp and ¿ollar "Whose fawning cringe and winning wiles. The substitute for speech und smiles, Show'd him a dog of distant isle«, .. A gentleman and scholar." The other cur was Dlcko bight, A ranging, rovl.ig, graceless wight, Who own'd nor lord nor master; Hi» raue ne'er paid a herald's fee Before linn cubs and kellie* flee Who for a bone would " pyke a plen," And fear no tell disaster. Quoth Tip, " Mast it strikes one dead - To hear the Riot Act is read 'flint constables in fury Shall di...

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Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No. 26.) October 22, 1831 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (Ko. 26.) * October 52, 1831 HIS Excellency the Acting Governor directs it to be notified," that Henry Du maiesq. Esquire, will continue to perform the duties of Private Secretary, until further orders. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. ... l--.--«-^ " "j¿,gll TJde< November. Calendar. I rises I -sets I mor« I ero»» 7 | M I.| 5 13 j 6 47 | IO 35 | IO 48 » | I' | Pi.s>. sophia li. 17OH; I ¿ )??? j t) 40 | II II j 11 27 9 | w I Win, »ninden it. 162-1 | 5 11 | 6 4P | 11 4i j 0 0 IO |-l'? |-Muítin Luther o. 14m | 5 10 | ti 5u | 0 10 U 36 H | r ~[ ?H. Mm_tin.I b 9j 6 5i I I 6 | 1 33 13 | a- I K<L Waxier, n. 1615.. | 5 H |^ 52| « 0 | g 2B 13 | S I 24lh 6'uu. at. i nulty J. 6 7 | ti 5» | 2 59 | 3 32 - Full moon 131 h day, 50 min. past 4 in the morning.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney Greneral Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 24th to the 31st Inst. inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney Greneral Trade List. Compiled and Published'under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 24th to the 31st Inst.inclusive. I Oct. «6.-ADMIRAL GIFFORD, (schooner) 43 lons. Monear master, fiom New Zealand, Thomas Hyndes agent; 1* tons flax, 6cwt. whalebone, T. Hyndes. -26.-ELIZABETH, (ship), 427 tons, Phillips mas. ter, from Callion, R, Jones agent ; .'1136 chests, 3240 half-chests tea, 1UB boxes spermaceti candles, C5 kegs 67 hall-kegs tobacco, l8 j.irs rice, 5o packages swèatmeals, 14 casi.» toys, I case lireworas, 3 cases lacquered ware, 7 cases silks, S cases piece goods, K. Junes; 10(5 packages tea, 12 boxes 5 bundles sweetmeuis, 4 cases silks, 1 case ulindi, I box piale, 1 trunk silks, V. D. Edwards; 4 boxe« plants, IS ninan »tools, Janie» Laidley ; 1 trunk, 1 basket, T. Oliver ; 1 case bookcase, &c. It. S. Webb ; 12 pucka. gcssegarSj 29 kegs tobacco, li cases champagne, 208 packages coffee, 5o packages black, 6 puckdges ' hyson, a...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

. MARKETS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Farm produce of every description was abundant this morning. 240 bushels of WHEAT were brought to market, and sold from fis ed " 6s per bnshel. MAIZE was a trifle lower. A considerable rise has taken place in BARLEY since last market day. No alteration in OATS and RYE. POTATOES at our last quotation? In other vegetables but trifling variations in price. BUTTER continues to fall, owing to the present abundant pasturage in the interior Soap, candles, and tallow still very high. But little business in cattle during ihe week, and at our late quotations. Sheep are falling in puce Pigs dull ot sale. Horses hang on hand, and aie but little in demand. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

FOR LONDON DIRECT, 1 To sail on the loth Instant, THE Fast-sailing First Class Ship .*. AUSTRALIA, '173 lons, JOHN SLEIGHT, Com mander; luis room for loose Hides, and a few Biles of Wool ; for Freightof which, or for Passage^npplyto Lamb, Buchanan, & Go. Castlereagh street, 'November I, 1HJI. _ For Liverpool Direct. THE very fast sailing, first class brig .. -&RA -N&&, 36f> tons» is soon expected from Hobalt Town, with a good portion of her return cargo oh 'bouïd', and trt she is tnider* ehgugeSneift to sail »rioirrty after Irer arrivalr intending Spassenjrers pail shippers aro requested , to apply immediateTy fo VtM. MOTtGAN, Sydney. 15th October, 1831. Piince-itmt, U.B.-The BRANÛA is a very supeilor conveyance for passengers,both cabin and steerage, being provided with patent light mr ports; ai,.l as Liverpool is the chief outlet to the manufacturing distrlcfs, the superi- ority of that port as a market (or wools cannot We questioned, particularl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney,p.Quarter5s.-SingUNumbersld. Country,(poat.included) Ga 3d p. Quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s Gd, and Id each, for all above ; fot every insertion. By Order of Messrs. CAMPBELL and Co., the Property of Captain REV ttoLDsoy, deceased. FOR SALE BY~ÄUCTI0N, BY MR. S. LYONS, On Wednesday, gili November, al li o'clock;at his Stores, No. 75, George-stieet, _ , A MOST excellent CHRONOME- TER by EDWAIID BAKER, London, Cost Puce, £G0 ; o Quail runt and H Barometer, by Blanch ford. London i u quantity of Apparel, ita. ; a Case, nf Hosiery; about A Tuns of Paint, cousiujng of Saxon Oreen, Veieti m Re Í, Spantih Brown, tfiack, Yello v »"d White Lead, Boiled Oil In Carboys, ahout 00 dozen french Chimntes and 1 Case Peruvian Baik. CUILEUY - \ quantity of Watch Glades, Dial«, S|iiuigt. Jewellery, Watches rich Cut Glms, Weai III; Apr*«1' Quadrants, Double Barrelled Gun, 1 Case, cou istmß of ¡side, Back, Rack, arçd other Combs ; «n'&a...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Tile Sydney Herald» MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7fli, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 7." THF. statements published by us last week, regarding the mutilation and subsequent with- drawal of the Government Orders respecting the Sale' and Quit-rent of Land, which werie issued in 1S24 and 1825, have excited a con- siderable sensation in the public mind ; and called forth that reprobation of improper and unworthy interference willi general measures recommended by the British .Ministry for our welfare, which the particular instances under consideration deserve, in the estimation pf every patriotic Australian We were not a little surprised, that one of pur contemporaries, who pleads in his favour, the honor of exclusive and undeviating rectitude! should venturo to oppose the general sentiirenls of the community; and whilst admitting the cor- rectness of our statements, should attempt, by a bold manoeuvre, to .shift the burden of discredit from the shoulders of the guilty, to the head of the ...

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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Spirits and Tobacco. Stork on handS2nd instant, B.P. rum,41,343 gallons; brandy, 32,9ii gallons ¿-.gin, 12,5u7 gallons; other spi- rit», G.027 gallons;, tobacco, 3*798 pounds. Receiver} during the week, B.P. rum 13,736 gallons; Deliveied for home conniption, B.P.- rnnvâ,Q98 gal- lon»; brandy, i'44 gallons; gin, 191 gullons; other spirits, öj ¿allons ; tobacco, '930 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B.P. rum 177 gallons; blandy, 132 gallons ¡"tobacco 1.020 pounds. Stock on hand 29lh instant, B.P. rum 51,904 gallons; brandy 32 565 gallons; gin 12,310 galions; other »pints 6,0174 callous; tobacco 32,8*2 pounds. . October 31, 1031.

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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 5th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

RETURN oj the Average Wholesale Prices of FA RM PROD V VE for the Week ending 5th , November, £ i. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 -fí 4 ' p. bus.of 601 bl. Do. second quality, do. 0 4 II ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 3 0 ditto ditto Batley, best ditto.0 2 Maize, best ditto.0 4 Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 Ditto, second quajity.0' 1 Potatoes,.N. S. Wale. 6 15 Ditto, Dei went. 0 10 0 ditto Butter, best salt.,.3 0 8 pet cwt. Cheese,good..2 16 0 ditto Pork, salt.....- I g 4 ditto. W. O. FDDDBFOOT, Commuiion Agent, George street' 8 ditto of 3olbs. 0 do. measuremt. o per lb. tí ditto lier ton

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Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Australian Prioe Current. Including last Thuraday'sMarket ( Sterling) Prlcea Ale, Eng.-Hhd. 81. a Bl. lns] do. ' doz. lSfttl4*i Colonial-Hhd. 60 a 80 ( do. doz. 6 a 0 Beer, Eng. -Hhd. 8/. a 9/. I do. gai. 4s a 6s Colonial-Hhd. 45 a 55 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt. 16 a lu I Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 í Blue,.lb. 2 a ooi Bread,Slh.loat,3id a 0s4i) Í Buller, fresh....os galo salt.o 6 a 0 o Candles.MldR.lb.l 3 a 0 00 Dips... o 9¿u o IOS Cattle-Bullocksea.45/a60t Í Working do. 60 a 80 Cows,,. . " 30 a 40 £ do.in Milk " 40 a 6l) Calves,....,, 6 a ti 1 Sheep,....,, fi a 6 '"'fe'S.,i 7 a 10J do. roasting, 4 a Ol' CheeRe,Eng.lb.2s.lda Osod Col. "07 Q o 0 Cloth,Pairainaita pei yard,..*., ia a 0 0 1 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. Hi. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. lo a 1 0 Flux, New Zea. ton, 18/ ii 20/ Flour, lOOIbs. fine 2nds Barker.17s0d-Usod Longford, ..17 0 -14 6 Dixon,*..l8 0 -15 0 Guard, ....16 0 -14 0 Vickers, ....l8 0 -16 0 Hall.180 -15 0 Gordon.17 o -M o Fruii.Oranges p. dz....

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Coastwise, from the 24th to the 31st instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Coastwise, from the 24fA lo the 31«f instant, inclusive. INWARDS. ROVER, 14 »ons, Curran, Newcastle, coals. RAMBLER, IS tons, Ileuder.'on, Brisbane Water, sun- dries. SHAM HOCK, 30 tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals. LAMBTON, 62 lons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. SOPIlIi JANE,156tnn», Biddulph.Newcastle,sundiics. MAID OF THIS MILL, la tons, Mossman, Newcastle, maize. ALICE, 10 tons, Clavell, Bungary Norah, cedai. HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Se > castle, cnals.< NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 loas, Cooper, Newcastle, sundries. REDPOLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay.llinc. MARYANN, 11 tons, Longford, Illawarra, cedar. SALLY, 17 tons, Clampton, Illawarra, cedar. MONITOR, SO tons, Smith, Newcastle, coals. JANE, 24 lons, Curtis, Illawarra, cedar. OUTWARDS. SALLV, 17 tons, Crampton, Illawarra, ballast. BEE, 14 tons, ¡sparke, Illawarra, sundries. ABEONA, 20 lons, Callum, Newcastle, sundries. WILLIAM, 12 lons, Robinson, Illawarra, flour. SHA M KOCK, 30 tons. Williams, Newcastle, ballast. JOHN....

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Vessels entered outwards, from the 24th to the 31st instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831

Vessels entered outwards, from the 24th to the 31st instanU inclusive. uct. «5.-CAROLINE, 370 tons, Aspinall Brown Si Co South Seas. -20.-WATERLOO, 60 lons, R. Campbell, jun. «1 Co. New Zealand.

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