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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

BO.OKSELLER AND STATIONER, KING STREET EAST, BEGS to announce to the Public, that he has received by the late arrivals, the following new and standard Works: GENERAL 1.TTERATUR3E. -Barker's Natural Reader Bingley's Animated Nature Travels, 6 vols. Bromhead's Medical Assistant Dodd's Beauties of History Economical Cbokery, by a ` Lady ami inid-s dit .Hammond's ditto :r ack s English Stories - Lectures at Home Lindley's Elements, French Conversations.? Lineal Drawing a - iartineau's Political Economy : oe's Book-keeping Turner's Arts and Sciences: Wakefield's Variety Instinct Botany IMorning. Walks New. Estate Five Years of Youth iI?-,Robinson Crusoe Portugal, or the Young Travellers .: pain Yesterday and To-day A.: lfred Dudley, or Austral Settlers Percival's Ancient History . . Fireside Stories A Month in London : . Tales of Travel : Taylor's Discovery of Earth ::: Natural History, by a Lady B?ingley's Natural History d, Peter Parley's Tales about Europe,-Asia, Africa' and America C...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Original Correspondence. FEMALE EMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, September 7, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

rrigimal rett'reuponenle. E. EMALE .EMIGRATION.? :::: TO. THE EDIi'TOR 'OF THE" COLONIST. Sydney, September 7, 1835. :SIni,---The arrival of the Canton, induces me to make some:reinarks through the 'medium of your columns, o 'thecoinduct of 'ceriain 'ididviduals in this town who make it their chief study, mrore par ticularly o- n the.: arriial- of female'. emigrants,: to seduce as many as possible of the .delhided fe males, , who no 'doubt':l have, ?ith- thle highest expectations forsaken their 'nearest .and dearest relations and' their iative laind, ever tosee either again, for th~ polluting and contaminating 'shores of Australia. Would but each of the persons to whom I allude, interi-ogate .himself thus :--.' can I bear the idea of my 'sister or any female relation be ing seduced ? No".. the enormity of the dis honour ihstaitl?, 'ipresents itsfelf, and every generous arid delicate feeling rises in opposition to it.- This is natural, this is noble,' at least it is considered so in-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

Splendid Edition of Hudibras, three vols. royal '. octavo, handsomely bound. Price £7 7s. S '. 'UTZER'S HDDzUBR S.:: FOR S A L E, at Messrs. Tegg's, Booksellei's, George: Street, a SPLENDID: COPY of the above work,.with Dr. Grey's Annotations, in three volumes. royal octavo, handsomely bound, price Seven Guineas. Containing a series of portraits of the following- distinguished characters of the six teenth, seventeenth, arid eighteenth centuries; ex ecuted in the highest style of the art, by the first masters; vi: Samuel Butler, the Author, of Hudibras ; Sir John Townley, Bishop Warburton, Montaigne, Tycho Brahe, Robert Fludd, Jacob Behmen,' Dr. Henry Cornelius Agrippa, William Prynne,. Alexander Ross, Sir Kenelm Digby, Vincent Le Blanc, Mary Frith, Sir William Davenant,. Sir' William. Waller, .Henry' Burton,. Pope John VIII., Dr. Zachary Grey, Albertus Magnus, Thomas White, John Bap tist Van Helmont, Charles the, First,' Robert D'Evereux, Earl .of Essex, :Bishop Bonner, Dr. Thomas G...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, September 15, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF TLIE COLONIST.::' Sydney, September 15, 1835. Sra,-Some weeks ago, I wrote a letter which was inserted in your valuable journal, upon the propriety of having a Medical Society established in Sydney, which, I regret to say, has hitherto. passed unheeded by the profession. This indif ference about their own interests and character'is the more to be lamented, as the increase of per- : sons professing to be duly qualified (when in. reality they are not) surgeons and physicians, has been very great within the last twelve months. Having some interest in the welfare and respect ability of this profession, I again beg leave to draw the attention of the really qualified prac titioners to the subject, with the expectation that this hint of mine may yet meet the eye of men, who may be able and willing to take an active part in its formation. No one will doubt" the utility of such an association as this, for if it be; properly conducted, it would be the means of encouraging una...

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Markets. SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

SYDNEY- P?XCE- CUERR ENT. COLONIAL PRODUCE AND MANUFACTURES. £ . d. £ . d. Ale, per hld .............. 4 0 per gall.. .................. - .. 0 2 6 in bottle, per dozen.......... .. 0 5 0 Ashes, Mangrove, per bushel...... 0 1 6 ".. 6 1' 8 Bacon, per lb.. ............. 0 7 .* 0 0 8 Bark, Mimosa, per ton ..... ? 0 0 .. 5 0 0 Beer, per lihd .................. 2 0 .0 .. 2 10 0 'per gall ....... ....... -- .. 0 1, 3 Biscuit, per cwt. ....... ........ 1 8 0 -: 1 10 0 Blankets, per.pair ...... ........ 0 12 0 1. 1 8 0 Bread, the loaf of 21bs. .......... O 0 0 .. 0 0 O0 Butter, fresh, per lb. .......... 0 2 9 .. 0 3 0 - salt, ditto ................ 0 2 .0 .. 0O 2" 3 BUTCHER'S MEAT: Beef, the quarter, per lb......... 0 0 0 ...: 01.0 4 - the joint, ditto ............. .. 0. 0 6 salted, ditto *... ...... ... 0 0 5. Mutton, carcase, ditto .........: *. 0. 0 0 4 - joints, ditto......... *.... .- *. 0 0 6 Pork, carcase, ditto ......:.*.. . -- 0O- O0 4 - joints, ditto .....*....... 0 0 0 5 . 0 0 ~...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, September 18, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

, TO THE ?EDITOR OF 'IfE ;COLONISTi Sydney;. September8 18: 1835' S: sm,-Perceiving that :Mr .-Wentworth thte Baiiisr ter,'has been;instructed ?y'Mr. Coryto accuse mn; inthe course 'of his pleadings in the Supreme Court; on the 17tli instant, in the cageuof Cory v. Munro, of. having been.the person whogave information to THE COLONIST newspaper, that a warrant had been issued to apprehend Mr.,Cory for, cattle stealing, and that in doing so I was, actuated 'by.,a ;desire to injure Mr. Cory's character, because he had a mill at Paterson's River which was likely.to interfere with the profits of mine,~I beg to, inform you that both of these state nients or insinuiations were gross and uPifunded false hoods. I heard the report which was circulated at Hu uter's River to Mr, Coiy.'s prejudice, in common wvitth.most of thb settlers in the district; and the only feeling it awakened iiiiifilnd was that of regret at sichl acalarnityhaving befallen a respectable indivi. dual. But Ican afely' say...

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Colonial Politics. CORY v. MUNRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

,, . , .. . . . . . . . . . . . t t- .. . . . . ? 7 CORY v. MUNRO. -? ?u 5 readers will find a detailed report of this case, ?which was tried before His Honour, Judge Wi?i?NG, and two Assessors, on Thursday last, nider: the head of Domestic Intelligence. We propose, however, in justices to ourselves, to ?hake.it the subject of a few additional remarks. It is unnecessary to enter into any lengthened detail of the circumstances and occurrences out -of which the action arose. Suffice it to say that = Mr. Coa 's system of management towards his ..assigned convict servants having for years past been of such a kind as occasionallyto excite , the most revengeful and diabolical feelings to wards himself, one of these servants, actuated, as i'appeared subsequently, by such feelings, pre ferred. a charge of cattle stealing against his mas Kter;; and a warrant was accordingly issued by J. WIGHITON, Esq., J'. P., the magistrate before *whom the charge had been preferred, to search M? Coy's- pre...

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Colonial Statistics. EXPLORING EXPEDITION TO THE INTERIOR. TO THE HONOURABLE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. Camp West of Harvey's Range, Sept.4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

EXPLORING: EXPE DITION TO THE INTERIO.R; TO THE HONOURABLE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.: Camp West of Harvey's. Range, Sept.4, 1835. Sin,---, have the honour to submit for -.the infor mation of His Excellency the Governor, the following report of the progress of the party, and result of the ex pedition whichlHis i+Excellency, was.pleased to place under my command, for the purpose of exploring the course of the River Darling. Having, joined 'this party at'Buree on the 5th of April, I reconnoitred the.country on the following clday, and on the 7th we proceeded, by a route not hitherto explored; .to that;part of'the Darling specified in my instriictiops. ;, My, plan', was to proceed along the high, ground between the Rivers Lachlan and Mac quarie, and which e`tended further into the interior than had been explored. Thus I hoped to avoid the necessityfor crossing any rivers, or incurring any risk of: delay:from floods; such.as those which formerly, at the same season of_ the :year.ifipeded t...

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Religious Intelligence. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

CHURCH ýMISSIQNARY SOCIETY: [Fnolt TIE RECORI)] THE thirty-fifth Anniversary of this Institution was held in the Great Room Exeter .Hall,.on the,: 5th of May, the Right; Hon, the Earl of Chi-i?: chesterx 'President, in the chair.. It 'was ,the:,; largest meeting of this Society ever held, many,: persons being obliged to go away who could 0ot:: get in. There were present, besides a very large, assemblage of the clergy from all parts of the king:? dom, the Marquis of Cholmondley, the Earl 9f, Galloway, Lord Mountsandford, the Right Revs.: the Lord Bishops of Lichfield, Coventry,and Clies' ter, Archdeacon Corrie, Bishop (elect) of Madras; '. the Right Rev. Dr: Macilvaine, Bishop of Ohio . United States, Dr. Tholuck, Theological Proi fessor at the University of -Ialle; T. F. Buxton' Esq.1 M. P;, Sir A. Agnew, Bart., M. P., John, Hardy, Esq., M.' P.; Robrt: Williams, jun.:y , Esq., M. P., Captain Alsager, M. P., and :'? Fielding, Esq., M. P. The only part of the proceedings for which wiw...

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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

A PUB IC Meetingtook place in the Court House, Paframatta, on Tuesday evening the 15th inst. for 'the' pirpose of forminig'.a Temperance ,S.ciety in' that town. ,. great nuimber. of persons: attended, several of whom have subsequently; joined the Society. The' Rev. Thomas Hassall in the chair. LieutenantSadlier, R,. N., in moving the first resolution, very forcibly delineated the evils of intemperance, and, in a speech replete with in teresting details, showed that it was the impera-, tive duty of evety vwell-wisher, to society .to come forward in' the.cause "of temperance. He adverted to the success of Temperance Societies in America, and expressed his conviction that similar results would bhe experienced from their adoption, in New South Wales. He argued, at some length, to, prove that ardent spirits were of modern iunvention, and. were not necessary,; ob serving that, in, ages antece nt to. the discovery of alcohol, men were equally as robust in consti tution.' and as vigorous, i...

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SUPREME COURT. [THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1835.] Before Judge Dowling, Thomas Barker and H. C. Semphill, Esqs., J. P. Assessors. CORY v. MUNRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

SUPREM VE C OU R T. .. [TIIvUsoDa , .SEPTE?BERn 17, 1835]. Before Judge Dowlig, Tliomasd Barker and H.' :Semphill, Esqs., J. P. Assessors. CoSu v. lUUNuno.. Fon the plaintiff, Messrs. Wentvworth and Foster, for' !the defendant, the Solicitor-General. - Mr. Wentworth. Your Honour and Gentlemen,,..' Asscssors,'this isan action brought by Edward Gost-; wick Cory,: a gentleman who resides, onp Patersoin's River, against lienneth Munro; Editor,: Printer, and Publisher of Tmi 'COLONISTr Newspap.er, claiming compensation for the injury done to -his character,.1: the publication in THE COLONITS. of:the 9th and"16th. of April,· of a false, scandalous,: and malicious libel; . chargingthe plaintiff with. cattle stealing. The defen dant.hasallowed the'case to go by default,which isisr itself a virtual admission, that.the articles .complained ;of are false and 'malicious. " Nor is it gentlemen the. " least aggravated 'feature in this case, that the de fendant was, himself wel' aware of the respe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

MARRIAGES.—At Windsor Church, on the 15th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Stiles, Frederick Garling, Esq., Clerk of the Peace, to Sarah, third daughter of Thomas White Wilkinson; Esq., of Stonehouse, near Ply- mouth, Devon, formerly of the Fourth, or King's Own, and now of the Ordnance Department.     On the 19th instant, by special license, Mr. John Martyn, of Hunter Street, to Lucy Ann, third daugh- ter of Mr. B. P. Griffin, of Elizabeth Street, Sydney. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. McGarvie, A. M.   By special license, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, on the 19th instant, James Thompson, Esq., of Dart- brook, Hunter's River, to Ann, second daughter of George Morris, Esq., of Fort Street, Sydney. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. Cowper. BIRTH.—At Durham Cottage, on the 17th instant, the lady of John Nicholson, R. N., J. P., of a daughter. DEATH. On the 18th instant, at the residence of her bro- ther, Mr. Clarke, Architect, Miss M...

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STATE OF THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 24 September 1835

STATE OF 'THE COUNTRY. WE have been blessed, by Divine Providence since our last publication, with a copious supply of rain in Sydney, and we rejoice to hear that it has extended to the Cowpastures and the Hawkes- bury generally. There has been rain both at Newcastle and Maitland, but we have not had particulars yet from that part of the territory, and we are consequently in ignorance, as to whether there has been a sufficiency along the Hunter to save the crop. In the county of Cumberland, the country is already beginning to assume a cheering aspect. The wheat, which had lain in the ground to all appearance dead, for three or four months past, has already germinated, and the fields, so recently as brown as a highway, now exhibit what the Scotch denominate a beau- tiful braird, We have al reason to be grateful to the good providence of God for this most bene- ficent and opportune interposition, and we sin- cerely hope it will be found to have exetended to Hunter's River, Bathurst, a...

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INDECENT BEHAVIOUR AT ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

INDECENT BEHAVIOUR ATl ST. PHILLP'S CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST . Sir,.Well knowing your anxiety at all tiines, to advance the cause of morality and religion, I :rely aonyour:"early insertion of the following re marks eow .,I attended divine service on Sunday morning last, at St. Philip's, and was witness to the most iridecorous conduct during the sermon delivered ibythe.Rev.. V. Cowper, that has fallen under my observation for a considerable time, emanating, aspit did, from persons, who, by their profession, education, and the society in which they move, are;'entitled to the term " gentlemen;" the in~de cency complained of was an incessant giggling and laughing, and also mocking Mr. Cowper, repeating his words sufficiently loud to be heard several pews off, accompanied by sundry gesti culations, and observations, which, from the effects produced on their risible faculties, they doubtless considered exceedingly witty. Whe ther the Rev. Gentleman's discourse was erudite or ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

"TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. SiR,-You will oblige me by inserting in TUE COLONIST for Thursday next, the following list of subscriptions collected in the year 1833, for the London Missionary Society, which are ac knowledged in, their gross amount, in' The Mis .sionary Chronicle for November, 1834. W. JARRETT. as. d. Andrews, Mr. Alexander .. ......; ;, :0'10 r 6 Crook, Rev. W. P..........:.'...... 1 0 Crook, Mrs... ...1:.*.,*; . 0 0 Campbell and Co., wharf ."; ' '?. 2 ?2 0 Dobson, Mr. James ... . .0.: 10 0 Foss, Mr. Ambrose ...... 5 i5 0 Foss, Louisa Mrs.. ...2.: .,::. 2- 2 0 Foss,Miss........ M 0 10 6 Hyndes, Mr. Thomas . 0... ? ?.P 0 Jarrett, Rev. William .... . · . :2 . 2 0 Jones, Richard Esq., M. .?.?? , 2 :.0 0 MIelville, Mr. W .: ..... ... 0 10 6 Mitchell, Mrs. S. ...1 0 '0 Palmer, Mrs. .................... I 1 0 Strafford, Mr....... .. .?..:... 0 10 0 Strafford, Miss......... 4 ..:.~: `.. 0' 2 6 Small sums collected by Ml.iss Croolk ',.. 1 10 0 Wright, Mr. W. ...............

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THE LATE MR. LAIDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

THE LATE MR. LAIDLEY. NOTHING that has occurred since the commence of this journal, has occasioned us more chagrin and annoyance than the comments that have been made' in certain quarters, on our article an nouncing the decease of this lamented officer. Whether the article we allude to was or was not written by Dr. Lang, is a matter of comparatively little importance. We can only assure our rea ders once more, that the writer of that article had uniformly entertained the most kindly feelings to wards the deceased, and that nothing could pos sibly have been farther from his intentions than any wish to depreciate his character in the esti niation of the public. It is extremely difficult, however, for those who would honestly and conscientiously improve occasions of the kind we allude to for the be nefit of the living, so to express themselves as to preclude the possibility of being thought ob noxious, by some party or other, to the charge of aspersing the dead. Mr. Wentworth has thoug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

bkltke vttiL nCutt0. PRINTING. T THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of every description is executed with neatness, eco '" nomy, punctuality, and despatch. TO ADVERTISERS. 'TrHE very extensive, respectable, and rapidly in creasing circulation of THnE COLOIs'r, renders it peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. TO SUSSCRa.DERS. TIHE EDITOR of this PAPER, especially re " quests, that if any omission or unnecessary delay takes. place in the delivery of the numbers, or any ground of complaint against the distributors, or others connected with it, they will not fail to acquaint him therewith, in order to prevent its recurrence. H-IENRY BULL. P:OR, HO BAR T TOWN. TO SAIL IN A FEW DAYS. TiIHE fine first class fast sailing Ship MEDWAY, 0 burden 500 tons, Borthwick Wight, Esq., Com mander; will sail for the above Port in a few days.. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Commander. 'on board; or, to FRANCIS -MITCHELL, October 1, 1835. King's Wharf. HAT. THE Undersigned have just ...

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Domestic Intelligence. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

IRaDonhet4l Pt lteýitenc. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. WE commence our fourth quarter under the auspices of a new Editor, and with an accession of above sixty additional subscribers, the whole of. whom, to use the phrase of politicians, have given in their adhesion to THE COLONIST during the last fortnight. Mr. Munro, who has hitherto had the management of this Journal, being about to devote himself to agricultural pursuits, agree ably to his original intention in emigrating to New South Wales, it will now be conducted by Mr. Henry Bull-a gentleman whom, in these days of chopping and changing in the different printing offices of the colony, we feel it incumbent upon us to introduce to the public, partly for the information and satisfaction of our readers, and partly,we confess, to save ourselves the annoyance of being subjected to something like an American interrogatory. Belonging to a respectable family in the British SMetropolis, Mr. Bull's education was conducted chiefly with a view to m...

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TO THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

TO THE- AUSTRALI'AN PUBLIC. HAvIN. assumed the management of TUE Co LONIST newspaper, as will be seen by the im print in to-day's, number, 'I may perhaps be permitted on' this occasion to step aside, from the usual' course of an editor, andt address my' fellow-colonists in the` first person singular. Providence has unexpectedly cast my lot amongst you, by depriving me of the greater part of my property. in the late melancholy loss of the schooner Friend'ship at Norfolk Island ; but, as the ,same 'providence mercifully preserved, on that awrvfil occasion, tlie'lives of those most dear to me, int the persons' of my wife and children; the loss, however severe it may have been in itself, has been attended with less regret since my arrival here, than it otherwise would have been, from the sympathy and the promises of patron age in my present undertaking which it has pro cured me from many respected individuals in the colony. In soliciting, however, a more general countenance and support,...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 1 October 1835

4 t'gtitaL O ov>t're# oitutette. ,TO THE -EDITOR OF THE * COLONIST: Stin;-In my last letter I showed the fallibiiityfg the Roinish: ; Church,; instancinig the 'eirors `of pop es, councils,'and people; .I nodw proceed tl. the consideration of the Rule of Faith.: The Protestant Churches believe that ll thiigs ?necessary to salvation are contained in the. Holy? 'Scriptures: so that, whatever ýis not read -therein, *nor may be proved thereby, is not to be required 6of any man, that' it should be believed as an Ar-. tide of Faith."--Church of England. " The word of God, which is contained in the Scriptures 0of the Old and New Testaments is' the only rule to direct us how.we may glorify and enjoy: him.", Church of Scotland. On the, other hand, .the Church of Rome equals unwritten traditions with the Holy Scriptures, and' pronounces a curse on all that do not receive those traditions. "I, most stedfastly admit and embrace .the apostolical and ecclesiastical traditions, with the rest of'...

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