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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 December 1839

Oct' il .QPro p BVUHC0UiccE. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. SIt,-Having been in the neigbour hood of Kurryjong on last Sunday, I wont to see the interesting ceremony of laying the first stone of a new Church there, by the Right Rev. Bishop. After the Post Communion, his Lordship delivered a most impres sive pastoral address, in which he depicted the beauty and the reward of holiness; and exhorted the people, by observing His law, to testify their gratitude to that divine being who had in mercy remembered them, and sent amongst them his ministers and dispensers of his mysteries to teach them the way of salvation : he besought them to put away all evil speaking, malice, wrath, envy-all dishonesty, all perjury, all drunkenness, all do testable impurity-to be contrite for their past sins, and approach the sacra ments at this holy time of Advent, and to live hereafter in peace, virtue, and brotherly love, as became the disciples of Him who was charity itself--who lived to i...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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The Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 December 1839

Sydney: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, I839. WE have just returned from witness ing the examination of the classes at the Sydney College, and we must do all parties connected with that institution the justice to say, that we were very agreeably surprised at the proficiency displayed by many of the boys, par ticularly those in the higher classes of Englidh Grammarand composition, of Algebra, of Geometry, and of Latin. The Greek classes are, upon the whole, respectable, and being under a ready and able teacher, will, without doubt be highly so, in a short period. We were much struck in the exami nation of one of the Latin classes, upon a passage of the Eneid, not only with the ability displayed by the students in construing their respec tive passages, but also with their minute acquaintance with the my thology, military tactics and customs of the ancients, shewing clearly that the professors appeal often to the understanding, and are not 'content with merely storing the memory. The same intelle...

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SELECT POETRY. SIR R. PEEL AND THE KING OF HANOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 December 1839

SELECT POETRY. SIR R. PEEL AND THE KING OF HANOVER. [The following intercepted letter from Sir R. Peel to the King of Hanover has been sent to' u, by a correspondent who seems confident of its authenticity. He does not specify by what means it came into his possession ; we therefore give it to our readers, with this explanatiou. Pilot.] As I know very well that your Majesty's mind Is to England (I mean to her Tories) inclined, That you're ready to start any moment from H1anover, Should our Orangemen call for their own darling man over. I have long been intending to write you a letter, Only waiting--in vain-for our prospects to better I Your Majesty will, I am sure, greive to learn, That of late things have taken a terrible turn, That our visions of hope and of triumph are ,blasted, Though so pleasant and bright for the short time they lasted; All this, too, when every good man in the nation Was exulting to hear of the Whig resignation. Oh, that word resignation ! The Queen has beref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 December 1839

RLussell's 30ttlEcb ,oxb &w ater, O F Superior Quality, and equal to any manufactured in the United King dom, to be had at Russell's Soda Water Manu. factory, Pitt-street. iurgeotn anu lruglgi0t. Dec. 2, 1839. 551 To Wool Growers. T HE Undersigned would be happy to undertake the sale of all descriptions of Colonial Wool during the present season, for the usual brokerage charged in England. Parties desirous of sending their wool to Lon. don, can have two-thirds advance on any quan tity. FREDERICK E BS.WORTH, WooL.BROKEn, 115, Pitt-street. 5,18 To Wool Growers. THE Undersigned are, as usual buyers of Wool this Season. MACDERMOTT & DIXON. Opposite the Market-place, George-street, 1839. " WOOL. T TIHE Undersigned will purchase and make advances upon WOOL this Season. No Warehouse [ent will be charged. cHUGHES & HOSKING. Dec. 13, 1839. 636 Tenders. P ERSONS willing to supply the Benevolent Society, for six or twelve months, with Flour, twenty per cent. bran extrac...

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To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

To the Editor of the Australasian Curonticle. SI.n-With reference to an article in your last paper on immigratioq, and whiub was oopied by the Afpouior of the 16 h "instant, 'I beg to say I was passenger in the,same ship, and that you are perfeEtly correct in your remarks, except, in my opinion, as regards the surgeon. The scenes you describe oante often under my own observation; and worse indeed wotld they have been, but for ttre vigilance and exertions of the surgeon, whn, onr his oin rsespousiility, ordered a porlion of th< comforts which had been agreed for with Mr Mlarshall, and paid for, in his office, Birclhin.lane, to be given to nursing women dtrint a part of the voyage. I repeat. that but for his exertions, and the kindness of a distinguished family on board, both the treat ment and morality, bad, intolerably bad, as they were, would have been still worse. I am, sir, your obedient sir, E. H. [We have left ont the names and some other particIlart in the above let...

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The Lease of Six Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

Thf Lease of Sixs House. Situate near the London 'Tavero, and imme diately apposite the Puli'ce OfIce, nmw lot to respectable tenants at the weekly rent of Ten Pounds Five Shillings. Terms at time of Sale. G51

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EMANCIPISTS. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

EMANCI'IS'I'S. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. SII, The press, which, when in the hands of honest and independent individuals, is the pow erful guardian of the rights and morality of a people; becomes the bane of society, tile pro. nmoter of discord'and distunion, when the parties oonnected with it allow themselves to be oarried away with malevolent feeling towards any creed, party, or division in that oommunity, of which they are by seltr own adoption the legitirnmate prntectors. Much have I been surprised to see any journal, condncted by individuals who lay claim to respeotability, revile andl condemn by one universal veto, such a nullerous body as the Emancipists of this Colony. The editor of a journal is dependent on tilhe public opinion for isis political existence, andif I amni not much mistaken, tile editor of the Sydne Grscete is also depending on theml for his animal sub. sistance. Sucl being the case, I amlt istotished at any one possessino? an atom . of commo...

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Liverpool and Punch Bowl Roads. LOT I. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

Liverpool and PJncla Bowl Roads, LoT I. Three Acres 3 roods and 11 perches, being Lot No. 35 of tlhe Brighton Estate. at the commencement of thme Punch Bowl Road from the Liverpool Road, and imumediutely nppiosite the Estate of the latto Mr Samuel Terry. LoT 2.. 6 acres 0 roods 2 perches, being Lnt No. 4 of the Brighton Estate (adjoining die land of Mlr. Edwand Turner) togcthrr wvith the buildings erected thereoni, and known as the DOVE INN, facing time Liverpool Road, to which it lhas a good frontage. rThe )Dove Inn is admirably situated for the reoeption and accommodation FoT"ravellers arriving from the interior, as tChe paddnoks attmclhed thereto are securely fenced n -for'the protection of cattle, &c. &o. ' Lo 3. 0 acres L rood, being Lot No. 3 of thle said Eitate, and adjoining thie Dove lun,. frontint the Road, and bounded by Warren and Tl'rner's Land. 12 acres I rood 30 perclies, being Lot G0 of tho said estate, bounded by Sherban and Tur neia's Land, trouting...

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NEW TOWN. LOT 1. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

NE ?r TOWN. LoT 1. A Valuable Allotment conlaining upwards of 'en Acres aid a half, being a portion uo Smith's Folur hundred and seventy acres grant, and known as Lot No. 23 of Mr. Campbell's property, bounded by Capt. Lister's purchase, commencing at a newly formed road 2 rods wide, leading into the Sydney and Cook's River Road, and on the north-west by a Creek falling into the Cook's River, seperating the land conveyed from the Estate of the late Dr. Wardell; and on tlia south.west by A. B. Spark, Esq. LOT 2. An Allotment contaiinig upwardsor Thirteen acres and a half,being Lot No, 39 of the above. named grant, situate on the lRoad leading from Sydney to Cook's River, bounded ly A. B. Spark. Eq , and in the immediate neighbourhood of the properties of, 'lhomtas Walker, Leslie Dutuld, Jo.llu Lord, Felton sMatthews, Adam Wilson, Esquires, and other higbly respectable gentlemen. Loan 3. An Allotmtent containing G acres 2 ronds 12 porches, bellg a portion of 1ýiochuls Divine's giant, ...

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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

BUR WOOD. Allotment, containing 3 rood 4} perches; having a f'rotagelut one hundred letl to the liurwood Road. 'and three bnndred and forty fet to a reserved road, which sepairases it from RIr. George tVatkin's Land. It is inmme. diately opposite Captain Rlichard's punchaRv.

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The Standard Bearer. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

ý fe ýtttahra Uidtarr. 'Ilh "man, wait drived" .the: Standar. over thi rodak, and who is now engaged' is rturd?ring "P oor Richard,"' has in his de' sign to " sting the bosomr that warms and feeds him," broukht a hortie's .nest about. his ears, which we fear. will ainoyhiam as mu'h as the- mu'sluitoes do ii0 , 'Attihlis me. ieht. nt'he following smorcean, .fomtlihe : -. lurmns of:Saturlayt ;Auastraliaplwieestae l.y not arilsnB, O'erin:f"Alpha ahoiddýfitnd sonie-. thirin?slightlye? reebtling. ti pfan inanbldbook":. ," At so low a iate do L estimate the -iiatellbh of'thb Editor of the Staidard, thiat I vas over whelmed iwith surprise, to see his nami. at thb Imprint of thb Gazette. If his malignity cduli bb ieadaceule.d by the sohitctry 6f ingeniots specft.. lations, or by the brilliancy of h sp'rited diction if 'his religious and .ethical essays were ndt stamp'ed with counterfeit on the vrcý fac'e-if ith hii attedmpts to bully, he aisplaye courage t, defend hieiiself-if his wit were ...

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Seven Hundred and Ninety Acres at Cook's River. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

Seven Ilundred and Nlinety Acres at Cook's River. No. 1. One Hundred Acres, immediately oplporite the splendid estate of Canterbury ; biunded by Cook's River, Cep nud Saucer Creek, and Laycock's aild 31'Cahe's Grants. No. 2. One Iluisdred Acires, udjoining No. 1; bouuded also by Cook's River, Cup and Saucer CLeeLk, and Perk's Grant. No 3. One Hundred Acres, opposite the Canterbury Estate, and bounlded by the River and Park's Grant. No; 4. One Hundred Acres adjoining the above; bounded by the River and l'yrrell's Grants. No. 5. One Hundred Acres; bounded also by the River, and Mloore's and 1'yrrell's Grants. No. 6. Ninety Acres ; bounded by Woolli Creek, Dloore's, Breley's, and Hannuna's Grants. N,. 7. One Hundred Acres; bounded by Woolli Creek and Perk's Giant. No. 8. One iltndred Acres; bounded by Woolli 'Creek, and Perk's and Flaherty's Grants. In recommending the last Eight Lote to the notice of the public, it may be well to remind intending purchasers of the daily increasing val...

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Calendar for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

taTenratifoiar "tji' eiisuEittg dest .r. .. .id.. DW. MlERORANDA. 24 '1u. Christmas Eve. Fast. Ind. begins 25 W. COalsTMAS DAY, doub. I, with oct. 26 'Th. S. Stephen, Protomartyr, doub. 2.' 27 LF. S. John, Ap. ai'd Evan., doub, 2. 28 S. Mloon's last llu. HoLY INNOCENTS. 29 SUN. S: Thomas of Canterbury. 30 M. Sun rises 4 h 53 m sets 7 I. 7 m. 31 T. S. Silvester. P: Conf.d.

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Five Hundred Acres at the Junction of the Goulburn and Hunter, [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

" live Hundred Acres at the Junction ' if lst1qeGoTilburn aud Hunter, Called ,Virginia, but commonly known as Greig's or Hillend, conmenning at tle north -re?ltcornerl"aend boundedaon the north by aline " hearing west:; cllans 0io li?e;i on.the weat' by a line berinig south 70 ohains, 6nA tie lsothi byy .a liae hearing east b0 chhninaa nnd on tllo east by'a line bearing north 43 chalus 0i linlck~ to inmnter's River, then byý that river to the north east oorner aforesaid. 'Wie above is well known to be one of the finest Drairy F'arnms in the Colony. The district Pound stansds on this Psoperty. Title-A Grant from the Crowns- i

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One Hundred Acres, County of Northumberland. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

*One Fhundred Acres, County of Nor th'iiuterland. One ITntrdred Acres of Land, more or less; situathein the county of N orthlumnberlancd, parish . of Heddoi, commencing on a line five chpins weit by composa of the southeoast corner of " .l'Gilfivl?ds'a Farma; itd bouuded on the east by a soutlbliue by compass of 20 chains, on the south,by a west line by compass of 50 chains, on ,the west. by a north. line by compass of O0 chains,9 to M'UIGillivray's south boundary line, •and on.the north SO chains of that boundary line, bearing east by coimpass to tile enmmlencing pbint;. being thi e Fand inserted as No. 1tt, itq Stbe advertlsenment of 80th t)etobert 1832 ; and " beltg with:in one mnile of the vlcihnity of West :Maitland, is deserving of particular atteetion fros the wealthy Graziers. aud others having large Stations and Cattle Runs at Liverpool P I'lalns, as likely to' prove a vuluable Homtea btead, &c. &c. ' 'rTitik-A Girant from the Crown, subject to a uqttl.rent ...

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Cattle Creek, near the River Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

Catile Creek, near t?e River IlawhiesburT. All these Sixty Acres of Land, situated in .the county of Cumberland, parish of Nelhon, butioied on tihe soatlh-east by the nuorth-western ,olthidary of James M'"1Kensics Fifty Acres, ' lcihingsqo1th 7O degrees, west 22 cbains, comn irlendiccg at '' Ctttai Creek ;" on the south "dest by a line beaming west 20 degrees, north ''0 .ohains; onº the nortlh[west by a line bearing ' lorth ?g0 degrees, east 30 chains, to thIe south western' boundary of John 11'K?Iouic's Fifty Air-tie; ion'the north east byl the seuth-wehtern "bbaoiidary of Juohln M Konzie's Filty Acres, 'artiring eat 20 degrees, south 8 chaiUls, to "attaci Creek, to, lhe north-western boundary of ' Jntjcs IaI'Kensies Fifty Acres aforesaid. ?. 'lis ` bneighbourhood of the above Farm is too 'ell'~cnown to require aity eulogmuni from the 'auctioneer; sttilice it to say, it has the advan 'Ia it all seasonlt of a conustant and plentiful "tilpiy o'f itfie fiesh water fiuni the Creek by '...

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Extensive Sale by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

itenaibe ýale ? rp ýltctTit " = The following are the p~rtitedlars of-tid sale effected by Mr. Lyons, at hi* IRoomit da? Thurs day.last; Six Allotmetts of land in the: Town of Liverpool, No. 1; J. Hosking, 68 fbet 6 incheb frontago, at £5.17a 6d p6r foot-£402 8s 9d; 2; Hldghes' and Hosking, 43 ft. ditto, at £6 4' ft:-£258; 3, ditto, 43 ft. ditto, at £4 ( ft.-£172; 4,.ditto, 43 ft. 6 in. ditto,:at £4 4-' tt.--£174; 5, Mrs. Mary Agling, 33 ft. ditto, at £6 5sa 4' ft.-£381 bs; 6, ditto, 54 ft. ditto, at £4 ý' ft.--£216. 180 aces ate South roeek1 to John Hoskin?, Esq., At 253s, "tacre -£225. 177 Shares an .Bank of New. Soth WVales, £10 paid tip i'-Johni Hlile, .,q., ,15 shares at £14 15g prdinitfl--371 , ; R. Campbell, Esq:; Trtiub, 20 ditfti, at '£X4' 10s ditto-£490; ditto, 30- ditto -at (£151Yditto £750 ; ditto, 20 ditto, at I15 ?s ditto-£05 ; ditto, 5 ditto, at £15 10s ditto--,e177. 10s; Georgo Miller, Esq., 20 ditto;' at £15 ditto '£5001; ditto, 10 ditto ,dt £15 10s ditto-£255; O. R...

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News and Rumours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

News and Rumours of the Day.   Mr. Richardson, of King-street East, who was formerly a clerk in the employ of Messrs. Unwin and Want, effected his departure in the Marian Watson on Thursday last having cleared out of the Custom House name of Richards. We understand that he has succeeded in taking in a few of the good people of Sydney, although not to any large amount. A splendid Pano- ramic View of Hobart Town and its environs is now in the course of preparation by Mr. Barlow, of Bridge-street. Those portions of the work already completed, are said, by those acquainted with the localities, to be perfect.— During the last three or four days, a consider- able quantity of wool has been brought into Sydney, the greater portion of which is the produce of the Bathurst district.—We are in- formed that an officer of the Sydney Police is in the habit of passing a considerable portion of his time, where on duty, in a certain house, near the Rocks, in which it is said spirituous l...

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Sydney Market. December 23, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

December 23, lg39. Forva.--Fiie, 35s. to 4~s.; seconds, 25s. td 30s.; ration, 25s. Bread, 7d, to 8d. per 2 lb. loaf. Wheat, Colonial,' 12s. to l.is. per busthih Bran, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. Gd. IM aize, per bushel,.7s. to 8s. Barley, pet bushel, Gs. Oats; per bushel, 8s. to 9s. VEGETA nL?5s-Potatoes,Colonial, 10O; to 10s. per cwt; cabbages, 3d. to 1l. dach; carruts; .ld. per bunch : turnips, Gd. per bunch ? lettuces 2d. Cucumbers, 3d. to 9d; eaclh. FRuT--Oranges, 3s. 6d. a doien; lemous; Is Gd. to 2s: per dozen" loquats, 6d. to Is. per quart ; apricots, Is to 2s. Gd. per dozen. PouLtrn.--Fowls, per couple, 8s. to 1Os'J ducks, per doj, 10s to 15s.; geese, 8s. each; turkey., 15s to II. each; eggs 2s. 6d to Su. per dozen; lard; Is. 3d. per lb.; bacon, ls. td Is. 4d. ditto. B3urTma--Fresh 3s5. to 3s. .d.; salt Is. 8d td 2s. Gd. perlb.; cheese is. to Is. 8d. per lb. Buz'cuituN's MIAT,.-HBeef, per carcaso per lb., 41d. ; do. per joint 5d. to ~d. ; mutton; pdf carcaso, per lb., 5d. to Gd. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 December 1839

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Dec. 20.—The ship Euphrates, Wilson, from London the 12th of August, and the Cape Good Hope the 26th October, with merchandise. Pas- sengers—Dr. and Mrs. Martin and three chil- dren, two Misses Cunningham, Miss Armstrong, two Misses Wye, Messrs. H. K. Kater, M. D. Hunter, M. Mason, A. and J. Cunningham, A. Tod, T. Welby, S. W. C. Singleton, Frederick Vyner, Dr. Taylor, J. Balfour, H. D. Ferguson, C. D. Fenwick, R. Peat, C. N. Hunt, Dr. Kilgour, J. Fearnley, J. Muller, Mrs. Hill and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Coulson, T. Baker, Miss Benjamin, Miss Browe, Thomas Orchard, James Rtintont, Richard Hind, James Jackson, Henry Stove, Daniel Harvey, James Newson, Henry Day, Richard Middlemas, James Gittie, Ferdinand Morley, and Archibald Menzies. 20.—The brig William, Thom, from Laun- ceston. Passengers, Mrs. Thom, Miss Burnett, Miss Griffiths, Masters Henry and William Griffiths, Captain Williams, Lieut. Vaughan, R. N., Mr. and Mrs. Ransome and son, Mr. Will...

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