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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have been quite inundated, during the past week, with , letters about the appointment of a Secretary to toe Pa trioti:Association. Our correspondents must be dware,? from our repeatedly expressed sentimnents relative to tha. Society and its procedure, that this paper' is not the stage on which the battle for the appointment in quesu tion sh uld be fought. In justice to all therefore, atnd feeling it incumbent upon us to take no part in this di'. cussion, we must run the risk of offending the whole of our Patriotic correspondents; by wr;iting over ouir door; fbr their particular in.formation, " No admittance, excep: on other business." In particular we hope A Member' of Committee" may .;I able to carry his point, but we cannot do more for hinr than'we now do. Ridicule. can use his weapons well, but he seeriu to have. forgotten that misfortune, however brought on, is toi: sacred a subject for ridicule. Some of his strokes tare well aimed, but he is occasionally s...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

. SONNET. BY GERTRUDE. THERE is a silent charm, a lofty power, In miinds replete"with intellectual fire -i Which win as doth the stin the humble flower Everi feeble souls to gaze and to admire; No despot king bysternest laws can bind To such obedience all his subjext land, As doth the might of a gigantic mind : The aims and feelings of the crowd.command i: Then think what sacred trusttb:thniemis given :" Whose spirits to thought's grandest heights ca~n soar, Who thousands. by truth's ,path may lead .to heaven, * Or plunge in error's maze for evermore Oh ! thanks to God that wisdom deep, divine, iH:". SHer glory lends to intellect'like thine?

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Colonial Statistics. NORTH COAST OF NEW HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

NORTH COAST OF :NEW HOLLAND. WE' have received the following letter,zwhich vwe do'- ubt not, willi-ebe perused with lmuch interest -by `our readers, relative to our remarks inr our ;:. leading article of the 6th -instant, recommending the . occupation of ai portion of the .Northern coast of% this vast' island, as a penal settlement, ;pIeparatory and with a view to'the gradual discoin tiiuaice of transportation to' this colony. We have added a few remarks on certain parts of the letter, which, we are of. opinion, require a grain of salt; but we shall be most happy to hear from {our intelligent correspondent again, -as we have reason to believe' he possesses much: valuable iiiformatiori relative to the North coast, and espe cially in relation to the important question as to whether any profitable commercial intercourse could, be established between the Malayan na iions of the Indian Archipelago and a British settlement,' supposing such a settlement prac 2 ticable, on the North coast o...

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THE PROPOSED NEW LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

TIHE PROPOSED NEW LICENSING ACT. 1. No. :person allowed .to -sell fermented or' spirituous ,liquors to any convict, ;without the. especial authority of his master or mistress. 2. .No master or mistress to ,be allowed to sell spirits to a convict servant.: 3. No license to, be granted.to: a convict v ho has received the Governor's pardon, until after the publication of same iii Tih Government Ga zette. 4. No license gratited to a constable. ,5. When, three, magistrates cannot be got to gether,: on, or within a week after. the general licensing day, application may be spede, within a Smontgi to the paraest Bnircbs 6. ,No public-house to have any ingress or egress for customers but by the front door. 7. IIouses not having the accominmodatiori re quired by law to have no license. 8. Every public-house nmust be provided with a necessary. 9. Finding persons drinking in a disorderly public-house, sufficient to convict, both persons so: found and proprietor. i10. No appeal to Quarter Sessio...

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Select Poetry. TRANSLATION OF AN ODE BY PINDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

TRANSLATION OF AN ODE BY PINDAR [From the Dublin University Magazine.] OH ! when our frames are mouldering back to clay, Think'st thou, the immortal spirit can decay ? Think'st thou, in death, that thatcelestial fire .. Which glows within our bosom, shall expire " No-the clayey prison spurning, -To its native land returning,, ' Beyond the bounds of space or time,?",: Soars the soul on wing sublime, .Immortal as its God. Doubts and fears for aye enshroud. Death and the grave in darkest cloud; Yet glimpses burst through the gathering gloomni-? And gild with their light the dismal tomb, The undiscover'd road. Yes, 'at the hour when slumbers deep Our senses in oblivion steep The soul asserts her immortality, Visions of terror and of dread - Gathering round the sinner's head-. Awful -dreams he cannot banish, As clouds athwart the face of heaven,' O'er his soul incessant driven, i Fears that will not, will not vanish,' These; these proclaim, thdt he can never'die,. But in hell's dceepest,...

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TUESDAY, AUGUST, 18, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

T'UESDAY, AUGUST,. 18, 1835 1::. Council met pursuant t' adjourntnent? ,His Excellency the' Governor took-the chaiir,,rl.: laid upon, the table. A; Bill for amendiiig An' :Act? ,for the : better,- preservation' of the Ports, : 1Harbours, H' avens,: .Roadsteads, t.Chltiels: :Navigable, Creeks' and Rivers int;s New South -Wales, arid the'better.regulati'on' of: Shippi'ig iti the: same: Bill read a first time; to be.printed;:? and read <a second. time on Tuesday ;next. : I , 2. Appropriation Bill; read' a second. timer?t:i,::: <be read\ a-third' time on Tuesday next. 3' Resolved, That HIls- Excellency tlhei.Gov?,'":: ' ernor r mry. be most respectfully .requested to -communicate to tthie Right Hlonroufable; tthei Secretary?: Hof State for .the Colonies arad :'the',: Lords ComTiissioners of IHis JMajestys: Treadtury?:? the respectful representations and :opinion of this ~ Councl:-forome im 'th D l:.1. 'Iliat-for oome tir'e- past 'the Depoty! CGUti' i Gsary General ...

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LOSS OF THE SCHOONER FRIENDSHIP, ON THE REEF AT NORFOLK ISLAND, ON THE 17TH MAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

LOSS OF THE SCHOONER FRIENDSHIP, *ON THE REEF AT NORFOLK ISLAND, ON THE' 17Trn MAY. .TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST SiRa,--Various statements having found their way into the public papers, relative to the wreck of `the above unfortunate vessel, and the cause of if., I beg leave to hand you a few particulars, it the authenticity of which you may rely, it having been my misfortune to be not only 'part owner, bitt also a passenger on board, with my wife, .two, infant children, and servarit, at the time she was cast away. It may be remembered, that Captain Harrison and myself purchased the schooner for. the pur pose of conveying our families to .Tahiti, to settle' there, and commence 'the culture and triantifacture of sugar, and also to continue the vessel in.the island trade. We sailed from Syd ney oh the 3rd of May, under the most favourable auspices.; having on board Government stores for the penal settlement at Nortblk Island, and a small quantity of freight for New Zealand and our t...

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MR. BACKHOUSE'S THIRD LECTURE ON TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

MRi :?:: iACKiUOUSE'S. THIRD . LECTTJ1 ! ::: : ON EMPERANCE. M.: it. B?criHous delivered his third lecture to a very numerous audience in the Old. Court House Si.?n Friday evening last. The subject of the pire . eft lecture was, the Social and Political effects of Intemperance. Mr. Backhouse coimenced by stating, that as all communities are composed of individuals, whatever influenced individuals extensively, must influence society generally.; that on this account, it was desirable,. in' con'sidering the Social and -Political influence of Intemperance, to take into view its influence upon individual character, so far: as persons associated with those who were in temperate were' ffected by them. , It was 'obvious, that intemperance produced irreligion, debasement of mrind, profaneness, li ' 4eintiousness,, conjugal unfaithfulness, dodiiestic : quarels, disobedience ii servants, theft, murder, &c For" persons who' take spirits, although they niay often appear to be brought und...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

aelbit t ilat VIM TO OU?t. sSUfSCDn.zmEs. s quested that the accounts due, whether for S cription for this Paper, or for. Advertise ents, may be paid either at the Office, or to the Colctor, Mr. William Kerr, who is authorised to dliver printed receipts to Subscribers in Sydney. hose 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 . K. MUNRO. olonist Office, Sydney. ON SALE AT THt STO.-ES OF TIE VNDLRSXG3 .'D" VOICES of Calico, Sheetings and Shirtings' elvets, Velveteen', Cords, Moleskins, Bever teens Cantoon, Dl)rills, Duck, Quilting, &c. *ALSO ex SPENCE. Three, New Patent, safety Cooking Ships Hearths or twelve, sixteen, and twenty Men. ROBERT ANDERSON. Lwer George Street, August.13, 1835. , Splendid Edition of Hudibras, three vols. royal ,octavo, handsomely boeinil.: Price £7 7s. BUTL.ER'f S niUDXEBRAS SA L E, at Messrs. Tegg's, Booksellers, rge Street, a SPLENDID COPY of ...

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

STDNEY PRECE CURRENT..' COLONIAL I'RODUCE AND MANUFACTURES..??r. Sa. d. a .4 Ale, per hhd..................... a 4 .0' 0?: per gall. ...................... --... . *. 0 2' (1 in bottle, per dozen .......... - - 0 .. O '0 Ashes, Mangrove, per bushel... .. 0 1 .._ 0 8. Bacon, per lb. .............. ..0 : 0 7 .. 0 .0. ' Bark, Mimosa, per ton ... 0.. ` 0: O0 0 .. 5 0 Beer, per hhd. .............. . .2 0 0 , :2 0104:0 per gall.... ..... :.. .;. ' ...*... :.:.013" Biscuit, per cwt ......... 1 8 0 . 1 10 1' Blankets, per pair............: ...0 12 'FO, : 1s Bread, the loaf of 21 bs. ..0... 0 5: ' 0" Butter, fresh, per lb...........??4.. 2-:,2 - salt, ditto .... . 0 ' I i 0* " 0,. upr,; BUTCHERS' MIEAT:-* Beef, the quarter, per lb. *..;. 0'0?? ' 0 0 the joint, ditto .... . • :...•..... 0.0,, - salted, ditto ....,. ? Mutton, carcase, ditto ... : : 0"?'-* --- joints, ditto ..... ..? 0 Pork, carcase, ditto ..0r.:.. 04', 0, joints, ditto. "... . i0 0 .5ý y.. 0". o,...6. salted, ditto ' . . .. , ...

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Original Correspondence. INFALLIBILITY OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

rxoipua. eOt t tp 1Nlaýec ce. INFALLIBILITY OF ' THE. ROMAN. CATHOLIC CHURCH. O.TO THIE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sin,-After our blessed Saviour had ,finished his ministry, and was about to ascend into hea ven, he delivered the parting command to his Apostle: " Go ye, and teaceh all nations, bap tizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost;" adding the comfortable assurance that he would be with them and their successors until time should be no. more: " Go," says he, .' I am with you alway, unto the end of the world." In fulfil ment of this promise, Christ has raised up faith ful witnesses in every age; and a spiritual Church. " not born of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man," has given tes timony to the truth amidst scenes of lamentation and woe unparalleled in the annals of mankind. Antichrist, like the arch-fiend of Milton, " darted his experienced eye through the arm'd files" of his adherents, and uttered his fearful denuric...

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PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

PA: TRIOTIC ASSOCIATION CLUB. 0 o''TiHE EDITOiR OF TIIE: C;OLONIST'Ii SIR,-Perceiving ing a letter .published; ,in::your last tNumber, signed 'ý Humphrey Hear-all," that a Resolption to the following effect :had been una nimously passed at a late meeting of the Pa triotick Association Club, viz.: 5' That Mr. Lawrence L:ttle-body be requested to become Honorary Chaplain to thie Patrioticlk Association." I beg to express the deep: sense I entertain of the honour-which has thus been'rn'iferr:ed upon me, by mny respected fellow-citizens of Australia. At the same time if the worthy rmeihbers of the Patriotick Association Club, mean that, I am to inculcate religious Qpinions in that capacity, I ?g .to'' inform them, that it is not accordant with miy habitudes to do ally thing of the kind; nid that, notwithstand ing the ignorant and foolish notions of all who think= otherwise-of which' by-tie-bye, I mean to give an'exposition in my forthcoming ·work; "' Every Man his o n Chap laiinf'-it is...

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Colonial Politics. IMMIGRATION. II. AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS AND SHEPHERDS. [THE SUBJECT CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

i (golitta L I)t tic. 7 IMMIGR ATION. I. 'AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS -AND SHEPHERDS. [THE .SUBJECT CONTINUED - Ir is eviden tlyI'.the'interest of all. parties i this coloiy, tthe funds available for tl encourage S e ient and prmotmn of t mmigrationi sould be so expended as to enable, the colony, to import"the la rest possible number of industrious and virtu ous farofies aiid individuals:. t is, therefore a questioin of the utmost inmprtance to the colony, todetermixie-to what extent a bounity should be iaflrded, hi the shape of passage-money, ;to thie intending emigrant 'fromi Great Britaior Ire land . I, the present state of t i inidustridou 'casses. in the miot er country, any'extensive emigration of families o individuais, of these classes . to this colony is quite hoded less Oin any othier, prinrciplea' in hat. vacg. the; whole amountof- their passage mope, ir tie firs inzstance; buit ?vbhetlier that advance shoiuld be -cinsidered as .a gift, or as q a loan; is a .queStio on which t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, August 8, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST..; Sydney,. August 8, 1835. SrRi,-lin:your: aper of'Thursday last, on the ::.. subject of the'discodntinuance "of transportation :"'to, this colony, in which ' there are' many views worthy of consideration, you recommend, that a n'w. penal colony should be formed on'the' North coast 'of this country, adding that you do this ad.. S:isedly and quoting, in support of your views, a 'production of Major Campbell's. The extract from :Major- Camplell's paper,' published by you, contains much truth, but is very meagre in its details.- The Major paid a, flying; visit to Port Essington,.and was, as every one who has ..seen it, must be, pleased with its extent and :beauty.. It is ari extensive and beautiful sheet of water.- The country. seen from it looks very .well; but I. am afraid the. most pleasing 'object that the eye. rests upon on shore is the iextensive groves of evergreen' mangrove. trees; but alas I they cover a. salt water swamp, unpro :ductive and dest...

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Literature and Science. HISTORY OF A SLAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

¶Lttevrattt' aiud S' ctewe. HISTORY OF A SLAVE. - [FnonM THE LITERARY GAZETTE. AMiONG the inieresting.stories brought to light by; the: operation: of" the, law for e?mantcipating the slaves throughout our West. .Idia colonies, the following takes a foremost plhce;,'and' parti 'cularly as affording a picture of manners in the interior of Afrlica, with many, new' and curious traits'. Aboy . 1ekir, it is.?related. was ap prenticed to Alexander Anderson, Esq. ; but in progress of the business before Dr Madden, one: of the special' magistrates, it appeared that the poor slave was an Arabic scholar, and, though he had been forty years 'in bondage, that he. still wrote irt that language.' Dr. :Madden im mediately -took a humane conemrn in his fate, and succeeded in obtaining his freedom'. 'He says of him-" IHe is a scheriffe. by :rank, a title equivalent, to that of noble. He car0e to,the country at' an early age, arid during the many years he has beent in servitude, he has managed not ori...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

IilgtI1fj 1Sxttr'ft0. Oua'readers are doubtless aware by this time, :itht the dissolution of the Tory Ministry was effected by a series of votes of they House of :- ?-Commons, recogpising and establishing the prin diple" that if it should appear, on the-Report of the Commissioners appointed by the Whig Min - 'istry to examine into the Ecclesiastical' State of i'~freland; that there'' was a surplus of. Church Spiroperty in that island, over and above what was :' filly sufticient for the maintenance of the or ditiances of religion among-the Protestant-popu lation of the Episcopal Church, =that surplus should be devoted to the piomotioii of general i'education. We shall probably t'ake a;: early oppiortunit3t of making a series op' remarks .on te whole transaction. At present we 'shall *:eirely insert the interesting speech ;of Sir Ro :bdrt Peel oni his retirement from the Treasury Bench: :, I

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LONGEVITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

LONGEVITY. The following notice happened to fall aside at the time it was received; a paragraph on the same subject was inserted from another correspondent, but the present notice will not be found unin- teresting even now:--Died, on Saturday morning last, in the Government Dairy, Parramatta, an old woman well known by the name of 'Betty Hackells.' She came to the colony in the first fleet, and, on account of her good conduct, was successively patronised by the different Governors. She was for many years servant in the family of Governor King, from whose lady she experienced much kindness and attention, which she remem- bered with gratitude to the day of her death. The present Governor frequently visited her, and supplied her with provisions from his own table. She did not suffer any considerable pain during her last illness, and was perfectly sensible until a short time previous to her dissolution, observing to the person who attended her " I am going."— These were her last words. ...

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THE NEW CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

THE NEW CABINET. Lord MELBOURNE-First Lord of the Treasury Lord Lansdowne-President of the Council Lord Auckland-First Lord of the Admiralty Lord Holland--Chancellor:of the Duchy of Lancaster   Lord Duncannon-Woods, Works, and Privy Seal Lord J Russell-Home Secretary       Lord Palmerston-Foreign Secretary Mr. Charles Grant-Colonial Secretary Sir J. Hobhouse-India Board   Lord Howick-Secretary at War Mr. Poulett Thomson-Board of Trade Mr Spring Rice-Chancellor of the Exchequer NOT IN THE CABINET Mr.Francis Baring, and Mr. E. J. Stanley-Join Secretaries of the Treasury Sir John Campbell-Attorney-General Mr.Rolfe-Solicitor-General Mr. Cutlar Fergusson-Judge-Advocate-General Lord Minto-Postmaster-General   Sir H. Parnell-Paymaster-General and Treasurer of the Navy   Col. Leith Hay-Clerk of the Ordinance Lord Mulgrave-Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Lord Plunket-Lord Chancellor of' Ireland Mr. Perrin-A...

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DISSOLUTION OF THE TORY MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

D;JISSOLUTION OF THE TORY MINISTRY. . 1 [FROM THE LONON SPRiCTATOR.]o S 'Tue'; House on Wednesday was full. of Members, anxious to hear the announcement of the resignation of Ministers, which it was understood, ,had taken i:; place in the morning. Sir Robert Peel was loudly cheered from the Ministerial benches as he walked dp the House to take his seat. After some prelimiu ary business had been dispatdhed, Sir Robert Peel rose and spoke as follows: It is mnyintention to move that the Mutiny B1ill be read a third time; and in n aking that motion, I wish to avail myself of the opportunity it affords to notify to the House that I, and all my colleagues of his Majesty's Government, in conjunction, and in conformity with our un animous opinion, have felt it incumbent upon us, on combined considerations of the vote which the House :. of Cormmnons camne to last night, and of the position in which, as a Ministry, we find ourselves here, to signify to his Majesty, that in our judgment it was...

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 20 August 1835

onusme0ttc JHIteftitgentet. w VOTES AND PROCEEDI1NS. ,O?.: n;i: S:: LEGISLATI-VE COUNCIL. :: FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1835. 1.I CoUNC rL met lpursuant' to adjournment. HsI-Ii's: i?I' Excelleiidy, the, Governor took: the Chair, .andi laid upon the Table, *A Statement of; Bfifish Silver Coin received in New South Wales, froi : England, the Cape of Good Hope, and Madiii: ritius, from- the: year 1835 to 1834,-inclusive'i. To be printed., 2. :His Excellency the Governor laid upon .thel Table, An abstract 'of Receipts 4ind' Disb-rse: ments of" tie' C6mmissariat Department; 'for the i Tbp: year .1834.:. To be printed. ':: ::."- ; S3 His Excellehcy the Governor laid uponl I"h - Talleth 1. 1Returns of thee Amount received for the 'I ;i, gistering:of Dogs, under the 11 Geo. IV. No. B 2. Return's of the' Number of Dogs killed' in Sydney, under. the Authority of the Act of. the Goi eri?or anid cotuncil, 11 Geo. IV. No. 8, with 'ai-hAi.-.:A:. stract of the Amoufit paid as Rewaids for the sati. 4.:- Co...

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