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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

ENGLISH NEWS. We copy the following English news, to the 12th July, from the Sydney Gazette : The second reading ot the Keloun Bill had been carried by a majority of one hundred and thirty-six. The Coronation of our. Most Graciotrs Sovereign King William" the Foutlli was appointed to take place on IheSOih of september. A fleet, under the command of Sir Edward Codring- ton, had proceeded to the Uallic, but we have not been able to collect the object of the expedition. Austria and France were assembling Inrge armies, and a continental war was daily expected io break out. In Fiance the elections, contrary lo expectations, weje firoceeding in favour of the Ministry; and Louis Phi." ip WUK received in all the piovinces willi unbounded enthusiasm. It is principally in and near Puns that the elemcnls of disorder are lo be found ; and it ap- pears doubtful whether another convulsion is not ap. proachmg. Great pepaiations were making by the French Government to celebrate, In a splendid manne...

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Vessels entered outwards, from the 31st ultimo, to the 7th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

Vessels entered outwards, from the 31st ultimo, to the 7th instant, inclusive. Nov. 4.-VIBILIA, SGO tons, Dawes, Gore, Se Co. agents, Hobait Town. -5.-J UNO, 212 tons, Richard Jones agent, South Seas ?-5-FAME, 202 tons, Richard Jones agent, New Zealand.

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

DIARY. . Memoranda for the present Week. I SUN High Tide November. Calendar. I rises I sets I morn I even \ 14 j M | Leibnitz, c1. 1716. I 5 6 | 6 54 | 4 5 | 4 .16 15 | I' | L"nl Cn.itn.im li I70H | 5 5 | (1 55 | 5 id I 5 43 16 I sv I ft. iteisliel I). 17-IM j 5 5 I 0 56 j fi Ig | ti 40 17 1 V 1 Le ia(te ti. 1747_| 5 .1 | 6 57 | 7 '3 j 7 43 18 I F I C'-it/. «.«in. MHN 1518 14 3 I 6 57 I 8 10 I B .'16 19 ) -> ( Zhtiichius <l. l5oQ j 5 '¿ ' t> 5H ) H So | 9 IO 20 j B I 2ÖII1 a. a. Ti nilly . | 5 8 | Ö 58 | 9 30 | <J 50 Full moon 20ih day, 2 min past 5 in the morning.

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 31st ultimo to the 7th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

COMMERCIAL NEWS. -+ Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority -oj the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 3lst ultimo to the 7th instant, inclusive. November 2.-EMMA KEMI' (schooner), 37 tons, Huyle master, from Hobart Town, John Learmonth agent ; 100 bushels wheat, 5 tons potatoes, 650 kangnino skins, Order. -2.-PRINCE OF DENMARK (schooner), 127 tons, Black master, from New Zealand, John M'Claren agent; 20 tons flax, John M'Claren. .-J -.BRI TAN N I A( brig), 190 lons, Ramsay master, from Launcc&ion ; 260 bushels wheat, J Longford ; 514 bushels wheat, T. Burdekin ; 405'bushels wheat. W.Morgan; 150 bags wheat, J. B. Montefiore St Co.; 218 bush .'Is wheat, Mrs, Helby; 210 bushels ditto, J. Raine ; 42 bags wheat, II, Donnison ; 34 bags wheat, S. Simpson ; 207 bushels wheat, Campbell ric Co. ; 2,555 bushels wheat, 44 bags flour, ft. Camp- bell, jim. Si Co. ; 6o6 bushels wheat, .lío bags flour, h.16 kaiigatoo skins, 4 casks fruits, ó cases muskets, Lam...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

MARKETS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. Tlie supply of produce this morning was of the best description, and in abundance. Up. wards of 200 bushels of WHEAT were brought to market, and sold readily from 4s 9d to 5s 9<J p»r bushel. MAIZE was in request, and sold at a fair remunerating price for the settler. BAR. LEY, OATS, and RYE hung on hand. VEGE TABLES much sought after, at but little altera- tion in price from our last. DAIRY PRODUCE met a brisk, sale. Candles and soap at tile late high quotations. Fat cattle are more plentiful than for some weeks past, but maintain their price. Sheep not much in request. In horse» a few sales have been effected during the week. Pigs are scarce, but are not mach in request.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 31st ultimo, to the 7th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

F X TORTS. Vessel* cleared from the 31st ultimo, to the 7th instant, inclusive. WATERLOO (schooner). 60 tons, Brady master, for New Zealand, fishery stoies. PALA M HAM (ship), 39* toas, Willis muster, for Lon don; 12 casks and 1,807 ox hides, 2 packages and MAO nx tails. 7,137 ox horns. :t 002 ox horn tips, ¿kc. 24,610 ON bones, 13,266 ox hoof«, 133 bales wool, 4 . cases curiosities, | eise cabinet ware. 70 Nevv Zea- land .»pais, 393 bales Nevv Zealand flax, 6 casks seal skins, 1 case, 62 bundles whalebone,! box specie. 21 bli I es old ro¡>e and rags, 3 cases old copper, 8 packages rein in ed goods and sjores. ' j CAnOLlNE (liaiijne), 370 tons, Treguriha master, for '. the South seas, fishery stores.

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Coastwisem, from the 31st ultimo, to the 7th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

[Coastwise,from theZlst ultimo, io the 7th instant, inclusive, INWARDS. PANDORA, 27 tons, Bl own, Newcastle, sundries. CEVLtlN, li tons, Melville, Hawkesbury, shingles. WILLIAM, 12 lons, Robinson, Illawarra, cedar, hl'.E li tonn. Spaike, ditto, ditto. EXPERIMENT, 65 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, »undries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Ncwcustle, sun dries. SHA M HOCK, 30 tons, Williams, ditto, coals. LINNET, 1.1 tons, Barkei, Btisbane Water, shingles. BR1SHANE, l8 tons, Meiusptn, Nulla Dolla, cedar. LAMBTON,72 tons, Ctiiielte, Poll Stephens, sundries.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

Weekly Meteorological Table, The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOMB TER, during the past Week, in Sydney,'at 6 in the. morning, at noon, and at 6 o'Clock in tile evening. Mon. d a. ni Fine (14 w -o IS noon Fine . 70 . ENE -o-» 6p. m. Pine 72 Eby N Tites. 6 A. in. Fuie 62 SW 12 noon Fine 67 EbyN -o 6 p. ni. Fine. 78 NE Wed. 6 a. in Warm 66 W 12 noon fine 71 NE 6 p. in jWarm 74« Nar i'hitr». 6 a. in. Warm 68 Calm 12/1001 Warm 76 NE ) p. m Cloudy 71 NE Vi may 6 a. in. Warm 70 Calm -o 12 noon Warm 80 NE 6p. ni, Fine 72 IS Mean Temperature, 70. bat. a. in Cool 60 SW 2 7100/1 Fine 68 SW -o I p. n Fine 7» SW 6 a. m windy 6B W 12 noon Warm 75 WbyN 6 p. ra. Fine 7fi E

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

St For Liverpool ;Direot. THE very fast sailing," first class brig, BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from ilobait I'ow.n, with u good portion uf her return cargo on board. and as she is under engagement to sail shortly after her airivul, intending passengers and shippers arc requested to apply tin, uediaiely to WM. MORGAN, Sydney, 15th October, 1831. P» Uice-street. N. ft.- The Blir,!fD*i is a very superior conveyance for passengers,both cabin and steerage, being prov ided with patent light .ni purls; und as Liverpool is Hie chief outlet lo the nianutactuiing distilcis, the superi <uily,of thal port as a market for wools cannot be questioned, particularly since the formation of Hie Kail Road, which bungs It willan four hours ride of Leeds and its neighbourhood._. FOR SALE HpHE Barque NIMROD, of Calcutta, .*. Burthen 231 Tons, Teak Built, Coppered, and he» upper works Copner fastened, and udmira bly adapted for the Whale Fishery. Apply to Lamb, Buchanan 4c Co. Sydney, Se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

'TM»O large Shipping Wharfs, with an Acre and "Twenty-five Perches of Land, bold water, and a Cottage, with Garden thereon, at the foot of Church Hill, and adjoining the Pro- perties of Messrs. ASPINALL, BROWNE, and Co., Dr. MURRAY, and Messrs. W. LONG and J. THOMPSON. BY MR. BODENHAM, On Wednesday, the 16th instant, in pursuance of In slrnclions li oin Captain Piper. The Sale lo coin , menee after the valuable Properties of the lion. J. Macarthur, M. C. ]W|R. BODENHAM has received po .*.*-*. sitive directions, fiom the respected Pro- prietor, to SELL a PORTION of his PHOl'ERTV, con Mstlng of au acre and lwent> five perches «ii land, with a frontage of about 170 feet, water frontage, depth from 198 to2J5 leet of land lo ihe rear, with a cottage and garden thereon. The value of property lu this part of Sydnev, for the purposes of shipping, arc so unequivocally great t«» lender further comment unnecessarj . Tenus of Pa> nicol-10 percent, cash deposit, with approved endoised bill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

AUSTRALIAN IRON WAREHOUSE, C7, GEORGE-STREET. L. IREDALE, IN tendering his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public for the favors he has received, most respectfully begs leave to announce. tli.it lie has on SALE, in adnilion to his former very extensive STOCK, the following general assortment of GOOD-», just recen ed per the 6URRY and MARY ASH, vu, British and Swedish Iron of every description Blacksmith's bellows and anvils scythes, sheep shears, reaping hooks and sickles Stee'vurds, scales, and scale beams Brass and iron weights in sets I mge weights of 7, 14, 28. and 50 lb*, lion teakettles, rrund and oval, well tinned Iron tamp ovens Frung pans of size?, long and short handle« ** Culltndeis, dredge bo\es, and giutcrs Helved hatehets, batcher's cleavers, knives and steels Spades and shovels Cross cul and pit saws Hand saws, bia>s and iron backed lennon saws Back bands, trace, cow, and dog challis Bath stoves, grates, fue irons and fenders ßiass and metal candlesticks of e...

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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

Police Incidents. Monday, November 7.-Julia White was charged with stowing under her bed a lad named Thomas Con-     don, who was heard sighing forth when discovered, " Be mine dear maid, this faithful heart. Can never prove untrue."   When he was dragged forth and consigned, together with his inamorata, to a cool cell. Julia was sent to the factory for three months, and Thomas to be milled for 14 days.   Patrick Cochrane, and Hugh Riley, were charged with being lound in the street, under circumstances that left little doubt they had been employed in rifling the pockets of a man named Butler, who refused to prosecute; but from being out after hours Cochrane was sentenced to receive 25, and Kiley 75 lashes. Sam Davis, for prigging a pair of trowsers from the shop of a person named McCullock, was fully com- mitted to take his trial. William Sydney Smith, drunk as usual, was charged   with pummelling one of the constablar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney,p.Quarterôê.-$ingleNumbersTd. Country,(post.included) 6s 3d p.Quarter. _ TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s (id, and Id each, for all above ; for every insertion. To Gentlemen, Emigrants, Graziers, Agriculturists, 8çc. Sçc. MR. S. LYONS begs to inform the Public at large, that he has received in- structions ti> Sell positively wi'hout the least Reserve, by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Tuesday, the I5lta Inslaiu, util o'clock piecisel\ , at NAStl'S Inn, Patramattn, one uf tlie most complete and eligibly situated DAIRY, MOCK, and AGRICULTURAL Es TAI ES in the Colo ny,being within the limitatif Sidney Market, and a short dH(ai)cefroiii tile Towns of Parramatta, Liverpool, &c , forming a pot lion of the originally well-known Orphan behool O rant. Tilts Faint has local advantages attachej^to it, which .ire very valuable, vu.-let. The well Ire. qtieitted High road fiom Argyle, the Cowpastures, ate. passing through it, by way ot the Male O...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

The Sydney Herald« MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1831. -«-_ "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." WE are happy to,be the means of directing the attention ol' our Readers to a Pamphlet, published this day by the Rev. Dr. LANG, con taining " An account of the steps taken, in England, with a view to the establishment of an Academical Institution or College, iu Sydney, New South Wales ; and to demonstrate the prac- ticability of effecting an extensive Emigration, of the industrious classes, from the Mother Country to that Colony." This interesting work contains copies of several official documents of great value, as proofs of the friendly feelings en- tertained by the British Ministry towards this distant dependency of the Crown. The Appen- dix contains, also, a long letter to Lord Goderich, his Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, in which the writer's views regarding emigration are forcibly developed, and hints are thrown out of great local importance, and well worthy th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

MARRIED.—By the Rev. Dr. Lang, on Monday, the 7th instant, Mr. John Malcolm, of the Caledonian Buildings, to Miss June Cleland, of Sydney DEATHS.—On Wednesday last, at his residence, Lower   Pitt-street, Mr. John Williams.     On the 29th March last, in the 93d year of his age, Mr. Jeremiah Brett, 24 years High Constable of the Liberties of the Tower of London, and nearly 50 years on the Establishment of the Hon. the East India Company.   Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOOUTH WALES.   I

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, November 7.--Before Judge Dowling, and the usual Commission.   John Cable was indicted^for compounding felony, in coiraptly tilling and receiving twenty shillings from J. B. lohnson, for helping him to recovera coat, which had been before feloniously stolen, instead ol rati-ing the party to he apprehendeil and brought to trial for the ».aid rtibbery. Hie prisoner was found guilty and remanded. James Kelly was indicted for killing and slaying Cornelius Roach, alias the Waste Butt ; and John Dean, Andrew Snowden, and Samuel Sumers, as acces- saries, at Parramatta, on the 13th August. The priso- ners were acquitted and discharged. The cause of the   death of the deceased being left too uncertain. Joseph Dargan was indicted for stealing from the person of Thomas Hobby, twenty shilling In silver, at Windsor, on Hie 7th October, the prisoner was found   guilty, and sentenced to be imprisoned in ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 November 1831

Domestic Intellegence A Pretty Tale.-- We perceive by the Syd- ney Trade List, that the Palambam convoyad to England 2 packages and 1,450 ox tails. A splendid orchestra is being titted up in the saloon of the Royal Hotel for the accommoda- tion of the musicians at the projected concerts: the first entertainment is expected to be given about Christmas. - On Monday morning last White and Mooney, who were convicted of the murder of Morris Roach, were forwarded from Sydney jail, under a guard ot five mounted po- lice, to Goulburn Plains, pursuant to their sen- tence. - A main of cocks were fought at a farm on the Liverpool road on Saturday, when those belonging to Mr. Nicols conquered by one. Many hundreds shifted hands on the occasion. ---Forty delinquents wwere brought before the Court of summary jurisdiction at Hyde Park Barracks on Monday, and upwards of thirty at the Police Office.--The Caroline, whaler, from Calcutta and Madras, proceeded to the ground a few days ago. She has a nu...

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831

DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. SUN High Tide November. Calendar. I rises I sett I morn I even 21 f M | Ld.IIawke's viet-1759 | 5 1 | 6 ñg | 10 5 | IO 25 22 ) T | Cecilia.'. |5 1 | 6 59 | IO 45 [ 11 0 23 I W I Sun, ent. Sog, ut 11 ni. | 5 0 | 7 0 j 11 16 | 11 35 24 j T I Peace with rtmer.lSU | 4 59 | 7 1 | li 56 | O 0 25 [ F j Or. Watts d. 1748.... | 4 59 | 7 1 | 0 20 | 2 46" 26 I S I Catherine.| 4 58 | 7 2| 115(255 27 j S I Advent Sunday.J 4 58 | 7 2| 2 30 j 3 G Last Quarter, 26th day, 23 min. past 1 in the night.

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831

MABMBTB. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. A very abundant supply of farm produce was brought to market this morning. 300 bushels of WHEAT were sold from 5s to 5s Gd per bushel. MAIZE maintained the late price. In BAR- LEY, OATS, and RYE there was no alteration. DAIRY PRODUCE was plentiful, at a mode rate price. VEGETABLES were plentiful,and rauch in demand. Flour has fallen considerably in price since last week. The cattle market was very dull, and but a few head were sold. Sheep, if fit for the knife, met' good prices. Horses are more in demand, and produce better prices than they lately have. Pigs are not much in request. i The arrival of wheat by the Funchal, has re- duced the price to 5s. per bushel. The favora- ble appearance of the crops in every part of tho country will render the importation of grain un 1 necessary.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 11, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831

Government Wotioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sy dney, . November li, 1831. HIS Excellency the Acting Governor has been pleased to approve of the foHow ng alterations in the Police of the Colony ; viz : iTo be Constables, under the Government Order, No. 12, of 23d May, 1831. Paterson'* Plains.-James Shoals, holding a Ticket of Leave, from the 4th of June, in the room of Oreen, resigned. Stonequarry.-James Stewart, per Champion, and to act a» Scourger. _ By His Excellency's Command, A LEXANDER - M'LEAY.

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