Iomuestic *ttelligernce,. ui? oun iJroaRTrgt.j ST. ANDREW?S8 DAY, Yesterday being the Annivcrsary of St. Andrew's Day, between sixty and seventy gentlemen, & eivil arid military. oflicers, dined at Cummings' Hotel, to commemo rate the day. At a quarter t > seven o'clock the company having assembled in the drawing, rooms, Dinner was announced as being on the table, when the Stewards ushered the guests to the dining-room. Sixty-four persons sat down to a dinner got up in Cummings' usual style. Co lonel Snodgrass took the chair, and was ably suppnite.l by Major MIitchell at the bottom of the table-; the Stew ards exerted themselves during the repast, to meet the wants of the company, and the Dinner went off with a regularity not .always witneseed at public din niers. When the cloth was removed, the B3and of H. M. 17th regiment took their station at the upper end of the romn. and the foiliwing toasts were then drunk with bumperts. The KING (4 tlles 4). Air, " God 'save the King." The QUErN antd RovAL FAMILY.. Air, " Blytlhe and merry was slie." The sacred memory of our immortal Saint. Air, '" Latd o' the lent." The Navy and Army. Air " Brions htrike bhome." His Excelleecy the 'Govr.anon. 4ir, '''here's nne hlck about the house." Lord Goderich and the Colois.ir, :.'1 g'The boatie rows." The Chief Justice nod Judges of time Colony. Ait "" A grand tnarch." Miss lBourke and the Ladles of the Colony. Air, " Smile again my bonnie anssie." The Land o .Cukes, and pirosperity to tlhe Sons of St. Andret anll over the world. Air, *" Blue bonnets over the border."' The Venerable the Archdoncon and the' Clergy of the Colony. Air, " Chorus from Ihe Creation " Mr. M' Leity and the Civil Officers of the Colony. :ir, " Hiailland Inadle." The Attorney-General and the lar of Australia. Air, " Fee him, Father, fee hhn." Lie'utenhbt Col. Despard and the dleet's of the S7th .Regiment, Air, " March of the r7th Regt. Lieut. Col. McKenzie and the officers of the 4th or King's own. Air "March of the 4th Regt Major Poole and the detachment of the 39th ltegt. lir " March of the 9Jth Real." Mr. Laidley and the Commissariat Department, Air ' The hail brose o f nuld Scotland." The suns of St. George, St. Patrick and St. Da vid, who hav have honoured us this day with their piesence. Air " Willie brewed a peck o' mueut."
The Agricultural and Commercialinterests of the Colony., die "' Ca' the ewes to the knowes." ' Sir Walter Scott and the Minstrelsy of Scotland.' Adr " Rolterb k vih Alpin Dhu.' The Sister Colony. Air " Corn Rigs." Thn memory of Robert Burns. Air, "' What ails this heart o' mine," The President. dir, " Scots wha hae wi' Wal lace bled." The Vice-President. Adr, " Ye banks and braes." In the course of the evening several sonrgs were sang, which contributed greatly to the conviviality of the meeting. One only of the 'Judges were present; Mr. Forbes and Mr. Stephens being prevented front attending through' indisposition.. Mr. M'Leny did not attend, as was hii. usual custom; the principal- officers, civil and military, appeared to be happily united, and the evening pussed off with. the greatest harmony. About one o'clock, the more -sedate guests began to with-., draw; .but a select party of bachelors' kept their seats until three o'clock,-when the" last of the party disappeared. Mr Cummings received the thanks 'of the Stewatds-and the company for 'his 'atten tion. r"' The new rowo!f handsome shops In Hu'htier' Street, are-filling very fast. They area granat 4' improvement to the town. acid at the same tinme most advantageously bituated'for the retail triade. I In at miadomeanour case whith went hbfore the Sydney 'Police the other day, Mr Rowve attelmpted to plead for the defendaor, he being at nassigned servant. 'A'tlt law codaiders all. assigned convicts to be incupablle of holding property, to suppose them rich' enough to n employ Counsel is really too much of a good thing, merciful as we are inclined to be to prisoners of the- Crown. " Only' hink of adll the? convicts of the country, in their turn, employ. ing all the Bar, vhl!lnever they are taken' before the Bench for disobedient or disorderly con duct I ' Mr'R',ne's modest proposal, wasduly acknowledged by Mr Windtyer, but he vrery pro perly 'declined' accedingl to it. Crawford, whio *rotrbed and illused Mr .' Suitor, dies on Thursday n'ext. ' 'Of all the cltgap shops itiSydnheyg.Mr Janies Stnilnih?a's, ·ve uliderstand, -is tie 'cheapiest, and is likely to continue so'until' he has soldoff his large ilock and conv'ert'd. aie, whole inti ' Trenaury'B lls :In itromongery, we under stand, '1 Mr Iredale's 'stol k-ias 'sold at very reaionable i.prices. :.- Or colfmns-seem' to ' exhibit every thIilg which 'either slttler or merchant ean.require, whether as aia ornameat to ihe"drltwing-room' or (or use it'thd kitchen. We extract the foulllowing- foin a!'Londopt Paper of tihe let of July. "'l The folloWing'notices ofm-totion,'in cdn'tielon with .this 'subject, have" been given for thlle next week. and 'our' readers need hatrdly' hbe sauredtof ' the anxious 'attention with- which we'shall watih , their results. . i - " Mr.') (':ondell-Thnttiae'papers presented'ona; the-15th July, 18311 referring to the case of De t's.' Me Hune,'of New South Wales, so far as those ,l- .,. pers solely srelate 'to this"ease,>-be printed. 6t1 .", July. . 4Mrr O'C6' illiLfetition'from Mr. Jobhn Ste- t plien, janior,- acJmplaining of the conduct of' General Darling,'the-late Governor of NewlSoutq . 'Wales, in suspending'him from- his office of cel-? missioner of crown lands, and dismissing-bl-?13 from the magistracywitheitL just and proper oaule; 5th July. "' Mr. Hnnt-To move, f r ".a return'of all the letters addressed 'by the tight .hoanurable the Secretary of State for tihe Colonies, in' reply to Governor Darling's despatches. relative to tile punishment of death of private Joseph Sudds, late of His Majesty's 67-h regimcnt,-dated 4 and 12th , December, 1826, and 20th April and '2dth May, 1829 :-Also. of tiny opinions which may have', .been delivered by His Majesty's "Atttruey Or' Solicitor-General on -the charges preferred by _ Mr. WIVntworth "in his letter of impenchment. against Governor Darling for tthe murder of the., said Joseb Sidds, arddreased to the Sectetary of State for the Colonies. on Ist March 1829:-Also, that'the portions of Mr. Wentworth's said lettcr'i of imtpeatchmlent which have been omitted in the; returns laid upon-the tibl of this House, on the s Ist July 1830,'be al'o presented ;--Also. that the. petitition of Patrick Thompson, presented on the' 8th July 1830, complaining of the illegal conduct of Governor Dar ling, and.praying for redress, be forthwith printed." 5th July." The men per.Parmnlia were all landed on Wednesday, and duly assigiled, sinking among oar population as the water sintks amongl' the rsandt, not being to be seen tihe next day. HId they been free mten, they no,ald lhave reinalaed: above the saund with the tenacity of clay. Such is the difference between youth and age; men unintcumhered and ment encumnered, and inca "who must work whether they will or io, and men slwho need not wcrk if they choore to, starve. There is a fire in the bush at Lane Cove, which has been burning above a week. It has destroyed one settler's dwelling. The weather is indeed parching, and is not rendered cooler: by these fires in the bush. Another fire burnt a field of hay at Home Bush, on the Parramatta Road, and another large bush fire has been very destructive in the neighbourhood of Windsor. It will be well if we hear of no fields of wheat being burnt. A spark is enoughl, thrselhot winds` to igtite a field of ripe grain. T' he canJles now made Iby Mr Mackie, are whiter anid miore like mould candles, than any we lhave yet seen in tlhis Colony. T'hey are also petfeetly sweat, and hurn steadily. ''hev ore a good substitute for mould candles, w~vhich have not been offered for sale of late by many of ourircandle makers. There has been considerable excitement in Holart T'own, with respect to (livers libels filed in the Suprenme Ciurt. Firste-The litels are said to be filed ex-ollicio by the Attorney General. Is thi's possible? Secondlv-Tlhougah thils should be a mistake of thil Editor, still the public seem to thiiik Colonel Arthur is hlsad and glove with tile plaintiffs, and is secretly at tite aottori of bIotl. Thirdly- Jaudge Peddcr is found fault willh, becauose he' does not interpret the law as our ,hief Jushcer does. But tlhis only shlewo, that Acts of Par listienst may be made: what uany of our Judger may chioosa to make them a nd consequently, thatlthe happy result is produced, so pleasantl to suclth Inci ae DI)arling and Arthlnr, that our. Judlge~., by proper lhatir-eplifting, may mnakoe thie law speak what they think is best for the respective.Colonies. Antd litiihoglh such resul.r does not go to create coaifleico Ii the latr, yet it goes to prevent actionas bciia b-roughlt andtI tIhat sav the es te Jtlg ttctl trtuble, andil keeps the People from the vice ,if li.ilgiousnellss. ¶Ihe settlers are eumigrating frotra Swan RiveD toVan l)iematn's Lnntl by the score. No le?s thiaun 190 souls took heir pnasslatge from Cock-' burt Sound to HlobarslTown, it the schltoncr ' Eagle, Pratl master, and lhave safely arrived nat the latter plbce. ANoTItER' STREET RODnpRY.-A mana,, - tnamd .Ouabon, was klnocked dowvn, n Stunda'ty iighat it flathiart Stretf, and after liinl?ng severely beaten by the assalilants, they left Ilit ... half dead, firs takllng ara.y his lhat, juckeli, and' haldkerchlef,
Mr LTvey Intends to favour the public with Ihis Christmas gambols, the day after Christmas day, at the Royal Hotel. Mr Lyons got £650 for the echooner Friendshup, at his auction on Tuesday. On Monday night, the window of the room in which Mr E. S. Hall sleeps, being open, he thought he heard a jar of a tifferent kind to that which would be produced by the wind. HIe got out of bed to see who vvaa incline!. to enter, when he heard a mant slide down by the end of the verandah and run off, These sort of attempts have been very common it Sydney of 1ite, It is common to enter peo ple's hoduses even by the front door, first boring a hole in the pannel, and then sawing it out with a very fine saw. Mr Marr was roblbd in this way, and Mr Gray of York-street on ris ing oti Midoday night to ascertain the nature 6f a strange noise, found his front door Minus one of its pannels ; the thieves of coursenha4t decamped* . The seven desperadoes ivho robbed Mr Sit tor's dray, and broke the arm of the driver. arrived in town on Tuesday, under a strong military guard. This was.a furtqu!ate capture by the Mounted Police. . -A butcher named Lee. who lives in Bathurst Street,has been charged with receiving goolds, knowing them to have been stolen from Mr Simmrons the auctioneer, by the assiguled ser vant of the latter. Sullivan the soldier was recognised in dis guise, by one of the Serjeants of his regiment on Sunday' last, not 'far from the burrucks. lie ran, the Serjeant followed, overtook, and secured'him. This is another fortunate cap cire. We are'vortf'to hear that the bush-fires have done a deal 6ff dinage to the Veteran Set:lers in llawarra. Several have had their premises. and crope comp;etely bmurnt A Public Sub. scription ought'to he raised for the sufferers. A Courtimnar ial is sitting in the Mliitary B3mrracks dn' certain charges preferred by l Major Pool.-Result uuknown. We do not wish to busy' ourselves -vith Courts Martial, for though they areeapefl to the public, newspa pershave little'to-do withsucaJ matters. If the result be putblished, we shall inform our read ers. The Officer whose duty it may be, in select. ing stone'for 'the Sydtney streets, has made a had choide, utid 'therehy, 'not only iasted the pblie muoney, but chased "tons of dust-to be ulos.n about be'frd its'tine. 'It is strange to see so obViOuls a:'imatter tis selecting stone so mismanaged An erdquiry ought to lie in. stituted. 'Le tijfficers'now know that it is the Colqnistl' .monay they spend, and that the lItter wvill ~ilikntlr look tifter the way, in which -it is spent, Three-Witdsor Puliremens (dlitnmonted) on en exctirsion this week, "iet:tilth, fotur Wind sor Constables on a datrk night. Each party mistook tihs other for bush-rangers, and-fired on each other. Thle con:sequence was, that one of the c!istarles iyas shot tieiid, and 'aib ther wounded, b fore the niiatakie wvis disco vered. An 'In q,:et htli8 satoh ithe body. Verdict ; Jlrstfi/rble homicide. " A writer hi 'a Cotntemporary suys--- Its 1493, a commission. was govten' by inrilrdace Duke of Albany, then Regent of Scotlhn'd, to certain indivlduals, for procuring the release of James . 'whiche contains these iwordls, " ,Murdacus Dunx Albanim. Comes de Fife et Menteith, acs 'Regnl Scolite Gubernauor Ui. •. "versia Salutem."-' l'lie'date is Riven, "ipud SVillans dte imperkethine, -anno Djmino Mil-. lesintl, Quadrittteti.stinino vienstino 'I er o. et .Oubernationui nostri, 'Iertio" Howv Will the ,'rii.tt e explain this ~?aomtnil)y' . u SYour's, • ,. , PAX.