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TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENT. , ,j

For Eight Lines and under, Two Shillings and Six J'n>rc,uanH One Penny each, jeir every line above eight, Jor eaeh insertion.

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Mr. PIERCE Cor.urrs, Mount York; and Mr. JOHN SCARR, Campbell Town ; who are provided with Printed llcccipts, with the Vf¡$h signatures of " STEPHENS ANII STOKFS," who hereby give ¡Votier that na other will he acknowledged.

The Sydney Herald is published every Mo-idav ana 2'hursday mort.ing; and the Quarters end the :ilst March, 30/A June, 30th September, and 3lst December ; at which periods uNi.v can Subscribers decline, by giving Notice and paying the amount due to the cud aj iltc Current Quarter. ADVKIITISC.HENTS must specify on the face of thini. the number of tines they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued tilt countermanded, and charged to the party. No advertisement can be withdrawn after Iii o' Clock on Wednaidai/s and Saturdays; but. fresh ones will be received until 6 o'Clock of those dun*. Ti'o veilia! communications ran be attended to. and alllrtttrs mutt he post pii-i, or tiley trill not le taken in.,

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FOB. LAUNCESTON,

TO SAIL IN FOU RTC CN IM J'S,

\UE FINE BRIG

174 ton* register. J Bennet, Commander. For freight or passaçe apply to

JOHN LATKCB &. co. Custlrreaqh-^treet,! MarJi 15, IS36. (

T

FOR LAUNCESTON.

.J1E fine, new, fast

sailing Schooner

MARIAM WATSOW, burtlien per register i'16 tons, will sail positively on

the 3d April next, havrbg superior accommoda- tion. For frtright or passage apply to

WILLIAM lone. Zmeer Genrge-street, 1

AUrch 24. 1836. J

T

FOR LAUNCESTON.

THE fine fast sailing

Brig

to sail positively in tun «lays, lins superior accommodations for Passengers. For freight or passage apply lo the Captain, on board; or, to

IVODSnr AWDEB.HOW. Zower Genrge-street,! March 29, 1836 i

FOR HOKIANGA DIRECT,

HE BARQUE

PATRIOT,

William Sherter, Com- mander, sails in fourteen days.

For Freight or Passage apply on board.

FOR BOMBAY.

1HE fine fast sailing

teak Ship

RECOTBRT,

Thomas Johnson, Command- er, burthen 493 tons, will proceed to Bombay an or about the 1st of April, and has room for a few Passengers. Her accom- modations are spacious, and she carries a Surgeon.

Apply to the Commander, on board ; or, to

A. B. SPARK.

FOR LONDON DÍRECT,

To Sail on or before the 1st April,

HE BA RQUE

AVOW,

of 263 tons, taking home her own Oil, and has room for a few tons of Light Freight. Apply to

EDWARDS <h «UNTER.

March 16, 1836.

FOR LONDON DIRECT,

Under engagement to sail on the 15/A April,

\HE fine fast sailing

Ship

Governor Harcourt,

W. Doutty, Commander, burthen per register 370 tons, linving room for a few bales of Wool only, im- mediate application is requested to be made to Captain Doutty ; or, to

A. S. 8PARX, ESQ.

N.B.-This Ship has superior accommodation for Passengers, and the same Medical Officer proceeds with her, who returned to England in

iicr last season.

MarchS, 1836.

LONDON.

IH E BARQUE

PIATIMA,

G. II. Parker, Commander. This Vessel will sail on or about the 7ili April, and has only room Kx a few bales of Wool ; for freight of which, or passage, having supcrim accommo- dations, apply to the Commander, on hoard ; or,

to

DACRE &. WXZ.ICS. IIS, Pitt-street.

FOR LONDON DIRECT,

I H E fine fast-sailing

_ Armed Ship

NORTH BRITON,

402 tons per register, Thomas Fyall, Commander, will Sail about the middle of May. The North Briton is a regular and well-known Trader between Leith and this Pott, and has very superior Ac csmmod'ilion for Passengers For Freight or Passage, apply to Captain Fyall on board ; or, lo

ROBERT HOW,

Agent.

FOR LONDON DIDECT,

|HE British BRIG

WXX.LTAM XTVCZ.X9, Chark", Tillar, Commander, 168 tons per register, cop- pered and copper fastened,

and stand» A 1 at Lloyd's. Will luve early

dispatch.

For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain,

on board ; or to

WILLIS, MACINTYRE * CO.,

Agents. George-street, March 23, 1836.

FOR LONDON DIRECT,

pHE FINE SHIP

Augustus Ccssar,

400 tons, W. Wiseman, Commander, has her cargo all on board, and will sail on

or before the 3d April. For passage only, apply

to the Captain, on board ; or, to

Mesara. R. CAMPBEU, inn. 4. Co.

Jillgh-strret.

FOR PASSENGERS ONLY,

FOR LIVERPOOL.

|1HE fine fast sailing

first class Ship

JOHN-,

burthen MO tons, John Whyte, Comroinder, will

positively sail on the lOtli April. This Ship has two commodious Poop Cabins still disengaged, a Plan of which may be seen at the Oflices of the undersigned. Apply to the Commander, on board;

ABPXHAX.L, BROWNE &. CO.

or,

Bi A. BRTANT it. CO.

March 21, 1836. '^"'"''

FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER,

|HE fine fast-sailing --- BRIG

Jp$î*Êffa TTLX'SSES,

!&«£{§£» 185 tons register. William

Crawfoid, Commander. Ap- ply to the Captain, on bwud ; or, to

THOMAS OOItS &. CO.

FOR, FREIGHT OR CHARTER,

THE first class Barque

Margaret c-ral>am.

Captain .James Hamilton,

burden 3Ö4 tons.

Apply to the Captain, on board, or to

EDWARDS & HUM TER. JW«reA23, 1836.

FOR SALE,

FREIGHT, OR CHARTER,

qpHE FINE BRIG ü MAGNET, just fir

T1

\?JA

rived fiom England, burthen per register 147 tons She is a veiy subitanti.il Vessel, was lately coppered with heavy copper, sheathed and fitted, and copper fastened. She stands on Lloyd'* List hy the new Regulations equal to a first class Ship, of which the certificate of Lloyd's Survey 01 s accompanies her. She will he sold with all her stores, including the whaling gear and equipments which are on board, consisting of two whalcboats, with cranes and skids fitted, two trypots, one copper cooler, iron knees and bars, leather hose and screws, cutting-in blocks, sundry ash and fir oars, boat's timbers, knees and

floors, Se.

For fuithcr particulars application to be made

to

RICHARD JOKTES & CO.

#n gale,

HIE fine British-built

Brig ALICE, burthen per register 226 91 94 tons,

f^é^^Sit^i 3u,tt arrived from Liverpool,

where she underwent a tho-

rough repair, was newly covered with heavy copper, and bad entirely new standing rigging. She has two chain cables, a chain hawser, three bower and one stream and kedge anchors, and is abundantly found in sails, and all useful stores.

The Vessel may be seen at the Wharf of the undersigned, where she is now discharging.

For further particulars apply to

ASPXNALL, BROWNE 4t CO.

CAUTION.

jHE undersigned, com-

manding the BRIG A LICE, hereby cautions the Inhabitants of Sydney against trusting his Crew, as he will not be answerable for any Debts by

them conti acted.

JOUST HEPBURN.

Sydney, 23rf March, 1836.

CAUTION.

1APTAIN SIMPSON, _/ of the Barque JANE G O UDIE, hereby cautions the Publie against giving Credit to any of the Crew of the said Vessel, as he will not bo responsible for any Debts they msv contract.

Sydney, 23d March, 1836.

CAUriON.

CAPTAIN TILLAR,

of the Brig WILLIAM E INGLIS, hereby cautions _ the Public against giving

Credit to his Crew, as he will not be responsible for any Debts they may

contract.

WILLIS, MACZNTYRE A CO. Sydney, March 21, 1836.

a,

2$ncg gufisci'íjjtíott Kares.

FIRST DAY,

WEDNESDAY, A7PRIL 27, 1836.

FinST ItACE.

SWEEPSTAKES of £5 each, with

£50 added from the Funds, for Horses of

all ages ; weight for age ; heats, twice round the Sydnoy Subscription Race Course. Entrance

£5 5s.

SECOND RACE.

PRODUCE STAKES of £5 each, with £30

added from the Funds, for 2 years old, carry- ing seven stone six pounds; once round the

Course.

THIlin RACE.

The AUSTRALIAN PURSE of THIRTY

GUINEAS, for Horses of all ages, carrying weight for age ; heats, once round. 'Entrance,

£4 4s.

SECOND DAY,

FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1836,

FIRST RACE.

The TOWN PLATE of FIFTY POUNDS,

for Horses of all ages, carrying weight for age ; heats, twice round. Entrance, £5 5s.

SECOND RACE.

The LADIES PURSE of THIRTY

GUINEAS, for Hoi ses of all ages, carrying weight for age ; heats, once round. Entrance,

£4 4s.

THIRD RACE.

The SWEEPSTAKES of FIVE POUNDS

each, with £30 added from the Funds, for Horses of all ages, carrying weight for nge ; heats, once round. Entrance, £3 3s.

Weights to be carried at the Sydney Subscription

Races :-.

st. lbs.

Two Years old. 5 10 Three Years old-.. 7 6 Four Years old. 8 4 Five Years old ..,. 8 12 Six Years and aged. 9 6

f MAJOR ENGLAND,

Stewards. 1 C A PTA IN H UNTE R,

(H. F. GISBOURNE, Esq., J. P. Judge- ROBERT FITZGERALD, Esq. Clerk nf the Course-MR. W. ROBERTS.

TO LEND,

THE SUM of ONE THOUSAND

POUNDS on mortgage.-Apply tov

JOaiï WALLACE, Kent-street. } 2Gth March, 183Ö. J

! THE AUSTRALIAN

I ¿pire ano %íít jaranee

COIVÏPANX.

THE whole of tho Capital having been

subscribed for, I um desired to call and do hereby request a GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders to be held at mv ' Mouse in Macquarie Place, on Thursday next, the 31st instanl, at 2 o'clock prrcisely, for the purpose of considering the Deed of Settlement which has been prepared. Also, for the election of twelve Directors, a Secretary, a Surveyor, and a Medical

Officer.

Candidates for those respective offices will he pleated lo signify their intentions to ino, on or before Tuesday, the 20th instant.

I am also desired to call upon the Shareholders for a Deposit of One Pound per Share, to he paid into the Bank of Australia, to the Credit of the Directors, on or before Wednesday, the 30th instant, where printed receipts will he given, the production of which will be necessary to entitle

the parties to vote.

V/. BAH.TOOT.

Sec. Pro Tem.

Additional applications for Shares will be re- ceived until after the Jay of Election.

To the Members of the Australian

Patriotic Association.

GENTLEMEN-As the Secretaryship

of your Association has become vacant, and is now open to competition, I beg leave to present myself as a Candidate for the honor of fulfilling the duties of that Office;-of my quali cations and fitness to discharge which, I respect- fully conceive it is needless for me to speak, since you yourselves can best judge of thom, as well from your knowledge of me during the several years past that I have appeared before you in*;, dividually in the responsible capacity of conductor of two ol'the leading Newspapers in the Colony the Australian and the Sydney Gazette-as from my being uniformly identified, whilst so engaged, in the great object for which you arc associated namely, to procure for this Colony (he inestimable advantages of a popularly elected Legislative House of Assembly ; and I therefore will add no more, than to assure you, should you be pleased to appoint me by a majority of votes to the present vacancy, that I shall spare no personal exertions to discharge its functions with becoming zeal and propriety.

I have the honor to remain, I

Gentlemen, J Your very humble Servant, ]

A. E. HATES,

Editor Sydney Gazette. Sydney, March 12, 1836.

To the President and Members of the

Australian Patriotic Association.

f^ ENTLEMEN.-Lest the interests ¿f

\JH the Association, or of any Party con- nected therewith, should suffer on my account, I deem it proper to state thus publicly, that I am not a Candidate for the Office of Secretary, now vacant. ¡

I am, Gentlemen, j Your obedient servant,

HENH.T CARIWICnaEI.. Sydney, March 26, 1836.

To the President, Vice-President, and

Members generally of the Pa-

triotic Association.

GENTLEMEN-I do myself the honor ?

to solicit the favour of your consideration and interest at the ensuing Election for the office of Secretary to your Patriotic Body.

If a very earnest assurance of my best endea- vours to promote the interests of my Country in that of the Association, be favourable to my Can- vass, these are uprightly and attentively at your service, and all (in the absence of any personal influence) that I am able to offer.

I have the honor to be,

Gentlemen,

Your most humble Servant,

THOMAS STUBBS.

Hase Cottage, Druilt-street, )

Febrttary 29, 1836. J

To the Présidait, Vice-President, and

Members of the Australian Patriotic

Association.

C1 ENTLEMEN,-I have the honor

IM to announce myself a Candidate for the Office of Secretary (now vacant) to your As- sociation, and would respectfully express a hope to meet with your support at the ensuing

Election.

I have the honor to be,

Gentlemen,

Your obedient servant,

JOHN PLarSTOWE.

Sydney, March ^ 1836.

dPov IToung ILtûîivs.

MUS. -WHITE AUS MISS x»a,maz.r;

BEG to announce to their Friends and

the Public, that they have rented and are now occupying that large and commodious House situated at the intersection of Kent and Buthurst Streets, Sydney, and formerly occupied by the Honorable Colonel Snodgrass, with the view of forming an Establishment for the Board and Education of a limited number of Young Ladies, From their long experience in Tuition, both in England and in the Colony, Mrs. W. and Miss P. aro confident they will have it in their power to carry on those Young Ladies who may be entrusted to their care, either as Boarders or as

Day Pupils, in all the useful branches as well as | the more elegant accomplishments of Fomale Education, including Music and Drawing, so as to fit them for acling their part creditably in Society, mid to meet the wishes of their Parents and Guardians.

The situation of the House Mrs. W. and Miss P. have taken for their Seminary is well known as being bol li airy and retired, and they pledge themselves to pay every attention both to the comfort and to the moral and religious welfare of their Pupils.

Terms

Board, Laundry Expenses, Instruc- ~\ Per Annum.

lion in English, History, Elo-1

cution, Geography, Mapping, ^.30 Guineas. Writing, Arithmetic, ard all Í

fashionable Works .* '

Music. 8 Guineas. Di awing, Dancing, and French ) Q /- .

Master, each....?..\ 8 Gumeas

Uso of the Globes. 2 Guineas. Da» Boarders. 15 Guineas Day Scholars. 6 Guineas.

t^* Bills to he paid quarterly.

.«* The only Extras aro Stationery and Ma-

terials for Work.

N.B.-To those Families who may he desirous

of placing Pupils under their charge, but to whom they may not be known, Mrs. W. and ]\liss P. will be happy to give the most un. exceptionable references both as to character I and ability.

THE SHIP KINNEAR.

A REPORT bavin!* obtained circula-

tion that the Ship KINNEAR, Captain C. ¡Mallard, was not sea-worthy, in consequence of not hiving sufficient ballast on board, the attention of the Publie is called to the annexed Certificates, which shew that such report was raised without any foundation :

" This is to certify that on the 22d March, 1936, I took charge of the Bnrque Kinnear, as Pilot, unmoored her, and proceeded under sail with top-sails, top-gallnnt-sails and foro-snil, jib and spanker, down the Harbour «bout four miles; that for the latter part of the time we liad n fresh breeze ; that the Ship, although a little tender, owing to the weight of her chain cables on deck, and other lumber, which was io lie struck down below and cleared, still pjii.iiiiic I very well going down to a curtain bearing during the pufTs, but not beyond ; and I consider when the chain cable and other lumber shall be cleared off the deck, and the royal masts pot down, that the Ship will be perfectly sea-worthy, and fit to perform

any voyage.

«THOS. WATSON.''

" We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that at the request of Captain Charles Mallard, in consequence of a rumour having gone abroad that the Ship Kinnear, under bis command, was not sea-worthy, not having sufficient ballast, we re- paired on board the said vessel, and from all nppearauce, and after a strict inquiry of the Offi- cers as to their opinion respecting the Vessel when under sail, wo do declare as our united opinion, that the Ship is perfectly sea-worthy, and .should not hesitate to risk our lives and property on the present voyage in her present state.

" Given under our bands at Sydney, this 23d of Mareh, 1836.

"JNO. NICHOLSON, R. N.,

" Harbour Master. « ROBERT HEARD,

" Commanier Ship Dryade. »R. TOWNS,

" Matter Ship Urothers." " Sydney, 24th March, 1836. " I, S. C. Brazill, Pilot, hereby certify that I proceeded this day in the Ship Kinnear, Captain Mallard, ten miles outside of the Heads, and declare her to be as perfectly sea-worthy as any

Vessel that ever left this Port.

" SAMUEL C. BRAZILL."

Ironmongers, &c.

süsa^sii q>sra<ûsis i HAS the pleasure to inform his Friends

and the Public, that he bas taken that splendid Store of Messrs. Hughes & Hosking, adjoining lils present residence, in King-street, for the purpose of exhibiting to the Public his extensive assortment of Ironmongery and Black- smiths' Tools of every description, which will be sold on more reasonable terms than heretofore ; and invites Dealers in those articles, as also Blacksmiths, Braziers, Tinmen, and Nailers, to call and try his wholesale prizes of Iron and Iron- mongery in general.

March 28, 1836.

REMOVAL.

bailor & ©raper, j

Removed to George-street, next door to Dr. Hoshing, RETURNS thanks to his Friends for

past favours, and begs to inform them and the Public generally, that he has opened the above residence with an assortment of the most

superior description of Clothes, Keiseymercs, &c, nnd that any orders will be executed with despatch and punctuality.

Sydney, February 27, 1836.

Jffitarulan (General ^iorc,

1ST

JAMES HUTTON.

THE Inhabitants of tiie County of'

Argyle and the Public generally, are re- spectfully informed that a Store is oocned in the Village of Marulan, opposite Mr. Peters' Inn,

where there is on Sale a most extensive assort- ment of general Merchandise.

J. H. assures the Public nnd those Settlers who may honor bim with their commands, that he can supply them with Goods at a small ad- vance upon the Sydney prices, and respectfully solicits their patronage, and further assures them that his Liquors and Bottled Porter are of the very first quality, and cannot be equalled by any other Store in the Colony.

N B.-Colonial Produce taken in exchange.

Remití) £tore,

MR. J. C. WILLIAMS

3>EGS to inform the Inhabitants of j) Penrith and the neighbouring Settlers, that he will, early in April, open a Store at Pen- rith, on the premises at present occupied by Mr. Benjamin Francis.

Having made arrangements with Messrs. Ting combe & Watkins of Parramatta, for a constant supply of Goods, be will keep on sale a most ex- tensive assortment of general Merchandise, which he will be happy to dispose of at a very small advance on the Sydney prices, and hopes by as- siduity and attention, to merit their patronage'

and support.

N. B.-Colonial Produce taken in exchange for

Goods..

March l8, 1836.

MRS. HORDERN

OST respectfully informs her Friends, and the Public in general, that she has just received a supply of the undermen- tioned Articles direct from England

A large assortment of Tuscan, Dunstable, and

fancy Bonnets

Ladies' English-made Dress Caps

Four quarter and six quarter black and coloured

Merinos

French and English Ginghams Ladies' white and coloured Stays

Children's ditto, all sizes

Boy's and Youth's superfine Suits Bandanna Handkerchiefs Best Witncy Blankets

Children's braided Jean and Gingham Dresses Baby Linen, in grout variety.

ALSO,

A large stock of Gentlemen's under Clothing,

suitable for the approaching season.

@" Mrs. Hordern, No. 12, King-street, between

Pitt and Casllereuyh-strecls.

Sydney, March -.'6, 183Gk^.«»Mb5wN^

Mechanics' School of Arts.

TENDERS are required for the erec-

tion of a Mechanics' School of Arts, on or before 11th April next.  

Plans and specifications may be seen at the residence of Mr. Band, the Secretary, 13, Liver

pool street , after Thursday the 31st instant, be- tween the hours of seven and eight morning and evening.

Sydney, March 28, 1836.

"Wholesale and rtotail

Brug & CErVDCCVn 8KtacBou*e,

l8, 'PITT-STREET,

A. F (J ÎS S .

JB. BOSSLEY hess most respectfully

a to intimate to his Friends and the Public, that he has this day completed the purchase of Mr. Foss'extensive Stock and Trade (in addition to which he has also received, per the Minciva and Platina, a large assoitment of articles in the above line), and flatters himself, that from the arrangements ho has imdu for peiiodical ship- ments, he will be enabled lo supply the Hade and private families willi every article of lirst-rate quality, and on such terms as lo meet the con- tingencies of the times.

J. B. B. embraces the present opportunity of returning thanks for tho support so liberally bestowed upon him at his late Establishment in George-street; and of soliciting a continuance thereof from his Frineds, as well as the patronage of the Customers of his predecessor; pledging himself that no exertion sli ill be w.inting on his part to secure moderation, punctuality, and des- patch.

March 1, 1836.

CHL.ORIDE OF LIME.

THIS valuable Preparation destroys all

offensive and putrid effluvia, prevents pu trefaction, mid corrects the impurities of the air in close apartments, and in situations exposed to noxious vapours.

DiarcTiONs FOR USE -Mix two table spoonsful

of the Powdet with one Quart of Water.

To prevent infection fiom small-pox, measles, cholera morbus, scarlet and typhus fevers, spriuk'e the dihited liquid, or keep some in open dishes in the chamber of the sick ; soak in it the linen &c. taken from the patient, and afterwards rinse in water ; put a wine-glassful into the water of the night-chair or bed-pan ; if death take place, wash the body with it occasionally, and it will retard putrcfaclion.

To purify the air in sick rooms, bos utah, work- houses, prisons, ships, courts of justice, places of public amusement, &c , sprinkle them frequently with the diluted liquid.

To destroy nil offensive and putrid effluvia arising from drains, sewers, cess-pools, &c, pour into them a pint of the liquid mixed with a pail

ful of water.

Tainted ¡Nícat, Fish, Game, &c, will be divest- ed of nil smell ; and fresh meat may be kept much longer, in the warmest weather, without the slightest injury to its quality or taste, if sprinkled with or dipped into the diluted liquid, at intervals, and suspended in the air.

To Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Ulcerous Sores, and Glendular Swellings, apply a rag kept moist with the liquid, diluted with only four times the quan- tity of water, and it is to be used in the same proportion asa wash to cure the itch ; to destroy bugs, the venom of rabid animals, and relieve the pain from the sting of gnats, bugs, musquitoes,

&c.

STJH.CS I CAT, IMSTB.ITMEKTS, A.C. Amputating Cases

Breast Pumps and Nipple Shields Bleeding Lancets

Cupping Apparatus complete Catheters, silver and clastic

Cases with Enema and Stomach Pumps combined Evaporating Dishes

Graduated Bleeding Baisins

-Measures and Funnels inhaléis

Mortars, Wedgewood, Glass, and Iron

Retorts and Rcceiveis Scales and Wughts Tourniquets

'Tooth Keys and Forceps

With a variety of other Articles particularly

adapted for practitioners.

J. n. 80SSX.3Y. l8, Pitt-street.

ON S ALK,

At the Stores of the Subscribers

VERY SUPERIOR PORT WINE,

in 3 dozen cases

Fine Old ditto, in 3, 4, and 6 dozen cases Very sunciior Sherry, in 3 dozen cases Leeward Island and other Uums Hollands, in cases

Very superior Pale Cognac, in cases Best London Porter, Barclay's

Best Bottled Porter and Bottled Pale Ale Best Sing e Brown Stout

Champion's Vinegar, in half and quarter hlids. Assorted Pickles, in cases Mustard, in jars

Glass-Crown, best Picture, Patent Thick Crown,

and British Sheet Window

Superfine Drab and Black Beaver Hats and Caps Wearing Apparel, of the best quality Silk, Colton, and Woistcd Hosiery Broad Cloths, of assorted colors Brushes, assorted

Pictures, Prints, Fancy Stationery, and Plaj ing

Cards

Wine and Porter Corks

Vegetable, Flower, and Grass Seeds

WILLIS, MACIWTïaE, &. CO. George-street, March 28, 1836.

ON SALE,

AT THE

STOKES Or THE Tjni>EB.SIGIvTEI>,

THE following GOODS, ox NORTH

JiRITAIN, from Leith - Hum, in puncheons and hogsheads

Fifty hogsheads superior Madeira Wine Bottled Port and Sherry

Sherry in pipes and half pipes

Teneriffe, in whole, half, and quarter pipes One bundled tons Pig and Bar Iron Fifty tons St. Uhes' Suit Eight tons Stucco .Printer's Ink

Tobacco Pipes

Fifteen Craies Earthenware Truss Hoops, two sets Twenty Bales Oakum

Gunpowder, in packages of 50, 28, 15, and 12J '

pounds each Confectionary

Brussels Carpeting, Rugs, &c. Stationery

Blocks.

SVOBSSVT BOW,

No. 2, George-street

JUST RECEIVED,

AND ON SALE AT THE STORES

OF

A. & S. L YO N S,

PITT-STREET,

miEN bales 8, 9, IO, 11, 12 quarter Jj WITNEY BLANKETS

Bales C A M LET CLOAKS

Ditto double breasted Petorsham GREAT

COATS

Ditto double breasted OLIVE YORK ditto UlucWITNEY SURTOUTS DUFF1LL WRAPPERS Pea and Monkey Jackets Flushing Trousers Baue Shirts II uga

Shooting Coat-v

Gentlemen's fancy VELVET WAISTCOATS

Moleskin Jackets and Trousers SwansdoH n Waistcoats Cases superfine H A TS

WHITE SHIRTS, full bosoms, linen collars

and wrists

REGATTA SHIRTS Sniped Shirts Shirting

MOLESKIN Bi aces

Two-bushel Bags

Twilled Woolpacks

CURLED HORSE HAIR for Upholsterers HORSE HAIR SEATING, 21, 24, 27, and

32 inches, for ditto

SPECKLED WEBBING for ditto

WINDOW GLASS, of all sizes, 10 x 12,

14 * 10, 16 y IO, l8 x 12, l8 K 14, 20 y 14, 22 x 15, 22 x 16, 24 * 16,

27 y 14

LEAD PIPEf, 4, \\, H ¡neb

RAINWATER PIPE, with bead, shoes, and

nails

Sash Weights, 6 to 10£

One four motion BEER ENGINE, complete

Bright SHEET PEWTER, for Publican's bars

Billiard Balls, Cues, and Maces Extra superfine Billiard Cloth

MINGA RD'S Book of the Game of BIL-

LIARDS

SPORTING PRINTS

Patent BORDER HIDES, for Coach and

Haincssnifikeis

Patent BASILS, for ditto ditto

An improved WOOL PRESS, made wholly of

metal

A CRANE and WINCH, with a FLY

W11 EEL, on a new construction

CEMENT, Wjatt's Patent, \ery superior

GUNPOWDER in canisters, in SOIb. packages,

B, FF, F F F

ALSO, Isle of Fronce SUGAR

HYSON and HYSON-SKIN TEA COFFEE, very supeiior iUiour Fine PATNA RICE

ENGLISH SOAP, by the box or ton

Together with the usual extensive Stock of

choice WINES and SPIRITS, in and out of bond

FOUR HORSE and CARRIAGE HAR.

NESS

Ditto ditto WHIPS.

FOR SALE,

At tile "Warehouse of the Vadersigned,

THE following well selected Stock of

WINTER HOSIERY

Gentlemen's white and grey lambs' Hose and

Half-hose

Ditto plain and ribbed worsted ditto, and Half.

hose , ¡

Ditto white and fancy speckled Angola Half-hose Women's white lambs' wool and black worsted

Hose

Youths' white ditto, grey and black worsted Hose Children's white ditto Sucks from No 2 to 10

Gentlemen's white ditto, and worsted elostic

Shirts

Ditto royal ribbed and plain Merino ditto

Ditto Draweis, long and short assorted sizes

Ladies, white and black silk Hose, plain and oin

hroulei ed

Ditto white and fancy ditto, willi cotton tops and

feet

' Ditto fancy spun with cotton tops

Gentlemen's plain blick, and fancy silk Hose Ditto fancy spun Hilf hose

AlSO,

Four cases cotton Umbrellas, and a small invoice

of long and short Robes

French cambric Caps, Frock Bodies, &c.

T. W. SMART,

Commission Waiehouseman.

(ÛSÎ &&l£t!2ij

AT THE

STORES OF THE TJiaDZRBIOTJED,

CANVASS, Brown and Bleached

Duck and Twine

Osunburgs and Hoskins

Woolbagging, strong and twilled

Corn and Flour Sacks

Huckaback, Diaper, and Sbee'ings Linen Sheeting and Damask

Drills, Brown Holland und Irish Cloths-Black, Blue, and Colored

Silks, Ribbons, Gios de Naples, Bands, and

Bombizinos

Paints-Whitelead, Black, Yellow, Red and

Green

Varnishes-Cabinet, Copal, Brass, Carriage,

Ojk, Mahogany, Black, J.ipan, Gold Size, and Turpentine

Stationery-Foolscap, Post. Wliity.brown. Im-

perial, Cap, Doulile Crown, Copy Books, Sealing Wax, Marking Ink, and assorted

Cases

Plated Liqueur Frames, Cruets, and Candlesticks Brass and Hardware, assorted

Wines-Port, Sherry, Madeira, Claret, and

Champagne, from E Butler & Sons, London.

HENRY C. SMITH. 26/A March, 1836.

Received per '. marian 'Watson,"

gina on £ale

AT

JOHN BROWN'S,

Saddler, Genrge-btrect.

FEW sets of superior CHARIOT

and GIG HARNESS.

A

¿PresD anuíate.

Tbo TJndereigncd bas just landed

A CASE of Gold and Silver Horizontal

Patent Lever and Vertical WATCHES ; nlsn, a great variety of very superior Jewellery, Mourning Ornaments, Musical Snuff Boxes, &c. Ijágr A very superior box Chronometer for sale.

ax. as. coHsrr,

Goldsmith, Jeweller, and Watchmaker. Georqe-sireet, Sijdnry, Ï

March 26, 1836. £

Ex "MAMAN" WATSON.»

3¡)íami=fovte#, &c.

ÏS now lantlin-r from (lie above vessel,

an excellent collect ion of MUSIC, consist-

ing ol'the newest Opeias, Songs, Qundi liles, &c.

Also,

Two semi-grand Piano-fortes hy Tomkiso« Two upright grand ditto, by Clementi Two cottage ditto, by Tninkison Two cabinet ditto, by ditto

One square grand ditto (losewood) by ditto

Two ditto, elegant (Spanish mahogany) by ditto Four squaiv ditto, by ditto.

AM of which are hy the first makers in London, anj are male upon the unpioved principle of Metallic Spiings and Bracings, which ure highly necessary for wat m climates. 81, Georgf.street, ?

AiarcA Qö, 1830 J , 4

ON SALE,

At the Stores of the trndorstfrnod,

SIR JOHN JAMISON'S PRIME

MESS BEEF, of the last season's curing.

J.BAB.B.OW MONTEFIORE 4. CO.

ON SALE,

At the Stores of the Undersigned, WHALING GEAR

Whale Line Hope, Blocks

Oakum

Ash Oars

Port Wine, in pipe and bottle

Slier i y, ¡n hogsheads and quarter casks Bottled Porter, in 3 dozen casks Vinegar

Gin, in cases, in and out of bond

Rum, in puncheons, fine flavoured

Demoiara 10 O. P.

Bl andy, in hogsheads , ,

Mauritius Rum, in small casks for shipping

Fine Scotch Whiskey, and a variety of otlior

Articles.

JAMES B. BETTXWOTOW,

Mdlcr't Point.

Ex CLYDE.

Wow landing- from the above vessel,

&nti on £ale

AT TUB

STOJiES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, SUPERFINE black and tlrab Beaver

HATS ' '

Beavertccns and Moleskins of good quality Blankets, of sizes

Calicos, shirting and sheeting widths Slops, assorted, woollen and fustian

Hosiery, Woollen, Cotton, and Silk i

Berlin Gloves

Cloths, of colors and qualities

Superfine six quarter Merinos, of colors '

Blue Nankeens - '

Ducks and Checks * Paddings and Flushings

Pilot Cloths and Petershams, of colnrs

Carpelings > Snperfine Welsh Flannel

Muslins and Prints , Stripe Shirtings

Rum, in hogsheads and puncheons

Port, Sherry, nnd Champagne Wines, in cases Superior Port in Quarter Casks, he.

W. HIRST &. CO.

George-street, February 10, 1830.

Q!&Q>SI82(ÛSl(£frîa&??a

Sfc ere.

Ko. 23, ttlNL'-STRECT.

SAMUEL ONIONS, ' IN returning thanks for the liberal

patronage which he has received, begs to announce a considerable addition to_ ljis former Stock, by I ho ai rival of the Marian Watson and olhor vessels now in harbour. Tho numerous assortment of Goods compi ised in the present importation, renders it impossible to"insert them all in an advertisement-they, nre, however, articles of the greatest utility and ornimcntin the trade, which (together willi his former Stock)* are selling much lower than heretofore.

Snadcs and Shovels

Iron-Swedish, bar, bolt, and horse-nail Steel-shear, blister, and cast

English chipping Hoes, grubbing Picks, and

falling Axes

Wooden Haines, brass and iron mounted Nails of every description

Shoemakers' cut toe and heel Sprigs

Iron Stucepiins, tinned inside, fi um one pint to

four gallons ' i Smoothing, sad, and Italian Irons

Weights, brass and iron, from -J oz. to 56 lbs. Cross-cut, hand, nnd pit saw Files Smiths' Files and Rubbers

T Hinges, from 14 inches to 5 feet long

Smoothing, trying, jack, and beading Planes Yeoi(.ley's warranted Wheat Mills

H oin and tin Lanthnrns

Shoemakers' Grindery of every description

Knives and Forks

Sheet Irons for eaves of houses

Tin Plates, IC, IX, IXX, 1XXX, and double

plate

Plated Spurs, Spoons, and Cindlestieks

London mftdo^ Stocks, Dies, and Sercwplates,

with Taps

Quantity assorted Bed-keys

Chambered crtrt and dray Boxes, from 2 to 3 in. Best rast steel Gimlets and Augurs

Assortment of Brown & Smith's patent counter

Weighfng-machines

Brass and iron butt Hinges of every desciiptinti Grain Tin, Borax, 'Speller, nnd Solder

London made Smiths' Bellows, from 2C to 38 In. Warranted Anvils and Vices

Six four feet London Pumps, complete, with 100

feet 2^ in. lead pipes

Claw Hammers of every description Close linked Chain, from 3-10 to jj

Every article of copper and tin manufactures.

lag""* Bells hung on the shortest notice-Locks]

repaired and fitted with Keys.

March. 1S30

DERWENT HAY

I^OR SALE, at the Wharf of the

undersigned, in any quantities not less

than half a ton.

fOHR KAIKI! &. CO«

Castlereagh-street, March 22, 183G.

ON SALE,

AT THE ALBION MILLS,

&EED OATS; Prime MESS PORK £3 by the barrel

Coir Rope" "

Patna nnd common Rice by the bag. ". ' '

i HVSnss &. HOSKING,

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