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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. -_".-?**.-_.' ~-ju,*. i.l.lVIVLl7> London-PA LA M BAM, 395 lons, A. B, Spark agent, 5th November. Hobart Town-ARGO, 169 tons, Dawes, Gore, _ Co. agents, 6th instant. South Seas-CAROLINE, 370 lons, Aspinall ti Co. agents, 6tli instant. New Zealand-WATERLOO, 60 ton», R. Campbell jua. Se Co, agents, Sod instant.
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
EXTRACTS. " Are you not very wet," said a Gentleman' , to an Irish post boy, who han driven him a long singe through torrenls.of rain ' " Arrah," said Pat, " I dont know about being wet, but please your honor I'm very dry." Vaccination has been introduced into Greece, by the assistance ot the physicians attached to the tfrtnch troop». Lord Glentworth has announced his intention of being a candidate for the representation of Lime* rick, in the esent of the Reform Bill g'vmg that city a second member. COLONIAL POVERTY.-Seven years after the settlement of Maryland, a general assessment svas laid on the people, for the purpose of erecting a water mill. ARMY.-57th Regiment.-Ensign Frederick Tames Taggart Hutchinson, from the 74th foot, .to be Lieutenant by purchase, vice Pntinau, who retires. A society of married women has been formed in Poland, whose object is lo collect all the nuptial rings in the country, whose produce is to be devoted to the organization ot the anny. It is a remai k...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd November, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd November, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. nPHE following descriptions of Allot .*? ments~of Land in the town of Sydney, with the Names of the Parties by whom they are respective* ly claimed, arc published for genetal information; und Notice is hereby given, that at the end of three months from the present dale, unless written caveats be previously lodged in this Office, Deeds of Grant will be prepared, in conformity with the Proclamation, dated the 8ih June, 1829, for* such of the said Allot- ments as are not reserved, or already grau ted. It ¡s ieqnested that any Christian or Surnames, mis- taken or omitted, may be communicated to this Office, at full length, ia order that the necessary corrections may be made. SECTION No. 10. Parish of St. Lawrence. Bounded on the east by Elizabeth street', bearing north 3 degrees 15 minutes, west 685 links; on »he north by Pui k-street, bearing west 2 degrees south 231 links; on the west by Castl...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
©cíjjínffl Offms'p una ente. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SÏDNEY I1EHALD . Gentlemen.-There isa trite maxim, "protect me from my friend«, I can defend myself from my enemies," the truth of which has been frequently illustrated by the Editor of our Official Journal, most unhappily for tiiose whom he undertakes lo support Remarkable instances of this will be found in the Sydney Gazette» ol the 3rd and 5th instant, where the Editor enteis into a labored disquisition to shew tl.e. mo.ives ot His Majesty S Government, in allowing the redemption ot qu t-ieut, or purchase money, upon landed estates in this Colony, by the employment of convict labour nee of expense to the public. I will not lollow so indiscreet an example further than to observe, that His Majesty's Ministers are not much flattered by the narrow-minded views thus as- signed to them ; nor will I attempt to divine in what manner the Official Editor, in his extreme desire " to set the conduct of His Majesty's, and the Colonial Governm...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (To the 29th of October.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. -ÜOUU- ? ' (To the 29th of October.) Arrived on the 12th October, the ship Larkins, Captain W. Campbell, from London, 18th June, with 280 male prisoneis. The guard consists of Cnpt- Williams, Ensign Fortescue, Assistant Surgeon Parry, and 40 muk and hie of the 4th regiment, 6 women and 4 cluldien. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. W. Evans, R.N.-Same tiny, the Mary, Captain Jamieson, with 140 female pilonéis, Sui¿eon and Superintendent, Dr. Sinclair, R. N. Paymaster Carew ot the I7th regiment, Mr. Dunlop, the Astronomer, who lias come out to take charge of the observatoiy at JSew South Wales ; Mrs. Dunlop, alsoQ tree worufcnamlôl childii-n.-On the SOllt October, the ship Lotus, Captain J» Summer son, with a general caigo and passengers : the Lot-Us has brought out a son ot Mr. Maumu*, Registrar of the Supreme Court at Sydney.-rArrived ou the goth the Integrity, Captain Old, fiom Sydney.-flie Suetice und ff.it* ii ona Hobart Town, had both ar- rived at London -The s...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOME TER, during the past Week, in Sydney, al 6 in the morning, at noon, and at 6 o'Clock in the evening. 1'ues. 0 a. m. Rainy 61 ESE 12 noon Cloudy 68 E 6 p. m. Cool 62 EbyN Wed. 6 a. in ' Cloudy 64 E , -o - l8 noon Cloudy 70 ENB 6 p. ni Cloudy C5 . ENE Quirt.. jFiiUuy I Sal. (La. in. 6 a. m.lfi a. in.] Cloudy ¡-Rainy | Rainy »?66 «K W 60 ESE ISffOOi 12 noon 12 noon Cloudy Rainy Cool 69 68 61 E* C ESE E -o- -o- -o i p. m. 6 p. m. (i p. m Cloudy Rainy Windy 67 65 61 ENE ESE E Alean T'empeiatuie, 55. bun. 6 a. m Cool 60 E' 12 v ooit JWittdy 06 RbyS IWindy 6 p. m. 6* ESE
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Police Incidents. Monday, October 31.-Charles Arthur, and Bridget Warren were charged, the former with refusing to do his master's work until he had finished his smoke, and the latter with being discovered in Charley's dormitory in an unequivocal situation, and when ordered to de- part, with ripping her master's nankeen " fie-for- shames" from top to bottom. Charles to be milled for eight days, and Bridget to reside in the factory for two months. &nbsp; Esther Dowling, for having a regular set too in front of St. James Church during service, was ordered to find bail to keep the peace, in default of which she was sent to jail. Mary McNally, for likening her mistress' house to a prison, and instead of going to hear the "word," as she requested, with whiling away the time in a dis- orderly house, was sent for two months to the third class. Mary Fox, for being found linked arm in arm with a young fellow in the Domain, who was whispering &nbsp; soft nonsense in her ear, i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
A most desirable Opportunity for \ Small Capitalists. ' ' BY KES. J. P. LLOYD, Upon the Pi émises, at Liverpool, on ítld.iy Cue 23lh l Irrsturrt, without the least Itesatvc, A NEAT VERANDAH COTTAGE, -^*- known by the name of " The Cottage of, Content/' mnv in full nade, with thu License and Fur- i miine, as per Schedule, and let to the present lenunt at £2 per week. Í It is one or the first situations in Liverpool, being a , corner allotment, and the main entrance lirto the Town from ¿unburry Curran, Campbell Town, Appin, New ' Country, Sec. Sic. , , Possession will be given, if required, on Hie lit of Jiinn.iry, being the day on which lo transfer License. Terms of Paymetït.-20 per cent, deposit; the re- mainder in approved Bills at 6, I?, and l8 Months, hearing Bank interest, with security on the property, if required. Further particulars mny be known by applying to Mr. J. P. LLOYD, Commission Agent, Batliursl.street, Liverpool. _ BY MR- J. P. LLOYD, At the " Cottage of Content," L...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Launceston, on Tuesday last, the brig Brittania, Captain Ramsey, with wheat and flour. Passengers, Captain Collins, Mrs. Van dermulden, Charles Mason, and Francis Thomp- son. From New Zealand, the same day, the schooner Prince of Denmark, Black, master. Lading, flax. From Hobart Town, the same day, the cutter Emma Kemp. From Cork, whence she left the 29th April, the ship Jane, Captain Baigrie, with 133 male prisoners. Surgeon Su- &nbsp; perintendent, Oliver Sproule, Esq. The guard consists of Captain Mason, one subaltern, one sergeant, and 28 men of the 4th, or King's Own. From the Mauritus via Hobart Town, yesterday having left the latter port on the 30th ultimo the brig Helen, Captain Taylor, with a cargo of sugar. Passengers, Mr. Dunlop, Astronomer Mrs. Dunlop, Mr. Campbell, Mr. White, and Miss Wakely. &nbsp; DEPARTURES. For New Zealand, on Wednesday, H. M. brig Zebra. For Newcastle, on Friday night, the steamer Sophia Jane.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 22, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October 22, 1831. HIS Excellency Lieutenant-General Darling having this day embarked on board the ship Hooghley, for the purpose of proceed- ing to England, Colonel Patrick Lindesay, C. B , the senior Military Officer in command of His Majesty's Forces in the Territory of New South Wales, has, in &nbsp; pursuance of His late Majesty's instructions, as pub- lished in a Proclamation dated the 13th day of July, 1829, assumed the Government of this Colony and its Dependencies, and has accordingly taken the pre- scribed oaths as Acting Governor, before His Honor &nbsp; the Chief Justice, and in presence of the Members oí the Executive Council, several Members of the Legislative Council, and many of the Clergy, Civil and Military Officers, Magistrates, and other Inha- . &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; By Command of His Excellency the Acting Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
MARRIED.—At Sydney, by special license, on Tues- day, the 1st instant, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, John Betts, Esq. to Margaret Erskine, second daughter of George Panton, Esq. DEATHS.—At Mr. Bradford's, Pitt-street, Mr. J. Rigby, &nbsp; &nbsp; an old and respectable inhabitant of the Colony, aged 69. On Monday last, in the Lunatic Asylum, Liverpool, &nbsp; Thomas Foreman, Esq., Attorney at Law, late Coro- ner at Parramatta. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES. &gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt; See Supplement.
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Domestic Intelligence. FIRE.-On the evening of Sunday week, the &nbsp; oven of Mr. Girard's bakehouse having become over heated, the shingles on the roof ignited, and the whole premises were immediately enveloped in flames. The constables were promptly on &nbsp; the spot, and notwithstanding the supply of water was short, the flames were speedily got under. A considerable quantity of biscuit was however spoiled. A detachment of the main guard protected the property from being plundered, every disposition being exhibit- ed, by a patty of fellows who assembled, to make the best use of the time. Had the wind at the time been from the West, the whole neigh- bourhood, from being principally built of timber, must have been destroyed by the devouring element. —The illness of Judge Stephen having prevented motions for new trials in cases tried before him,'the Chief Justice informed the Bar, on: Monday, - that a day would be appointed before next Term for that purpose, and of...
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 November 1831
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. Saturday, October 29. - The Chief Justice and Judge Dowling having taken their seats in bunco, the follow- ing Rules were pioinulgaled by the Clerk ol' the Su- preme Coui ti- lt having been represented to the Court, that great convenience would urise by dividing the Terms ot the Supreme Court according io the seasons; the Rule of Court, No. 14, bearing tiale 6th September, 1826, was therefore revoked; audit was ordered, that three months in tile year should be appropriated for the Terms of the Court, vis. Mirch, June, and fiom the 15th September to the 15th October. The Role of Court bearing date 10th December, 1826 relative to the failing of defendants in entering an ap- pearance, was also revoked ; and ;t was ordered, th«it where the defendant failed to enter u;i appeal ance after the .filing of the declaration, the eise might be set down for the assessment of damages, and tinal judg- ment «igued. All actions against Attornies to be con...
RETURN of the Average Wholasale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 12th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831
REtFE!\y"of the Acerase Wholesale Prices of (.i4ft.ll PRODUCE-for the Weekending 12th November. s £ s. d. Wheat, best N. 3. Wales .... 0 6 0 Do. second quality, do.0 4 9 Di,, third do. do . 0 '2 10 Bailey, best ditto.0 2 IO Vlaize, best dilti.0 4 I Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 0 Ditto, second ijualiu. 0 1 7 Potatoes N. S. Wales.6 IO 0 Ditto, Derwent. a 10 0 Butter, best salt.2 16 8 Cheese, good.«2 16 0 Pot k, salt.%. I 9 2 p. bus.of Ö01 bi. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto of StUbs. do. inensuremt. per lb. ditto pei ton ditto pei cwU dilto ditto. W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commission Agent, Oeoige-slreet'
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831
Australian Price Current. including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Aie, fc.ng.-Hhd. 8/. aS/.Pi do. doz. íCfaUj Colonial-Hhd. 60 a 8o «lo. due. ô a 8 Beer, Eng. - Hhd. 8/. a9¿ do gal. 4i a 6Í Colonial-Hhd. 45 a 55 ", , rto. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt, 16 a lu Blanket», Col. p. pr. 16 a SO Blue.II). 2 ii 00 Biead,2lh. loaf, Jld a 0s4d Butler, treuil ....os 9 a 1 o sait.0 G a 0 0 CandlesjMIds.lb I 3 a 0 00 Dips... o 74a 0 10 Cattle-Bul locks ea. \5i a 6O1 Working do. 60 a 811 Cows,.. . " 30 a 40 do.in Milk " 40 u 6u Calves,., 6 a a Sheep.". 5 a f, Pigs., 7 a 10 do. toasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Etig.lu.2s 3d a Osud Col. "07 q 0 9 Cloth,Pat ramdita per yard.l8 a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grmi. lb. I 6 a 0 O Eggs, per doz. lo a 1 3 Flax, NowZea. ton, 18/ a 20/ Flour, lOOlbs. fine 2nds Bat ker, ,...i6s0d-13s 0,1 Longford, ..16 0 -13 0 Dixon,..18 0 -15 0 Guard, ....16 0 -14 0 Vickers, ....l8 0 -16 0 Hall,.,.v...180 -15 0 Gordon, ....16 0 -13 0 FruitjOrungesp. dz. Is.-l 6 ...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831
OUTWARDS. MARYANN, II tons, Longton!, Illawarra, Sundries. SALLY, 1" tons, Crompton, ditto, ballast. I BEE, 14 lons, Sparke, ditto, sundries. ALICE, Ï0 lons, Clavell, ditto, ditto. WILLIAM. 12 lons, Robinson, ditto, ballast. PAN DORA, 27 lons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. CKYLUN, li ton«, Melville, Broken Bay, ballast, JANE, 24 tons, Curtis, Illawarra, sutidties. LINNET, lo tons, Barker, Brisbane- Water, ballast. SHA M KOCK. 30 lons, Williams, Newcastle, ditto. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons. Biddulph, Newcastle, ditto. AUVl'KALIA, 12 tons, Hall, Hawkesbury, ditto. M A II Y ANN,7 tons, Ambtose, ditto-ditto. ADMIRAL GIFFORD, 44 lons, Monear, Newcastle, ballast. EXPERIMENT, 65 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Hob.irl '1 own-ARGO, Kg ton», Daw es, Gore, & Co. agents, tins duy. London-AUslRALIA, 37» ton», Lamb & Co. agents, 13lh in .taut. Hnbai t Town-VI Bl LI A, 360 tons, Dawes, Gore, St Co. agents, 12th lo-lant. London-CELIA, 211 lons. Dawes, Gote, St Co. agents, ? 15th instant
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Port Stephens, on Monday last, the cutter Ijambton. From Newcastle, on Tuesday la»-t, the schooner' Schnapper. From New Zea- land, the same day, the schooner Caroline. Lading, oil, whalebone, and seal skins. From Newcastle, %ou Wednesday, the steamer Sophia DEPARTURES. f* For London direct, on Monday last, the ship Palambam, with a cargo of Colonial produce Passengers, Mr. Cooper, architect, Mr. Tawell and Dr. Osborne. For the sperm fishery, tim same day, the barque Caroline. For Port Ste- phens, on Friday, the cutter Lambton.
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. Stork on hand 29th ultimo, B. P. rum, 51,of4 gallons brandy, 32,565 gallons ; gin, 12,3(6 gallons; other.spi- rit», 6,017^ gallons; tobacco,32,842 pounds. Received during the week, brandy, 69 gallons; Delivered for Inline consuption, B.P. rum 3,184 gal lons; brandy, 772 gallons; gin, 470 gallon»; tobacco, 67I pounds. Delivered for expoiiatjon, B.P. rum 144- gallons blandy, 136 calions ; gin, 484 gallons. Stuck on hand nth instituí, B. P. rum, 43,576gallons brandy, 31716 gallons; gin. 11362 ga""!».; other spirits, 6,017 i gallons; tobacco, 32,171 pounds. - November, 7, 1B31.