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  2. NOTICE.

    MR. SPILLANE begs leave to inform those persons who are indebted to the Sydney Morning Herald, and whose accounts have ...

    Article : 59 words
  3. ELECTION FOR GLOUCESTER, MACQUARIE, AND STANLEY.

    A MEETING of the friends of Charles Windeyer, Esq, residing in the Raymond Terrace districk, took place on the first instant, at Hart's Junction Inn, Raymond Terrace, ...

    Article : 1,387 words
  4. SHIPPTING INTELLIGENCE.

    FROM Hobart lunn, en Saturday last, having left the 22nd ultimo, the schoomer Challenqer, 98 tons, Captain Long, with sundries. Passengers—Mrs Long, and Mr. Halpike. ...

    Article : 94 words
  5. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.

    BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OR CLAIMS. In the estate of Moore Neil Campbell of Wellington Valley, settler, a first meeting: ...

    Article : 70 words
  6. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    GENTLEMEN,—I cannot let this go without expressing my sense of the service the Herald is just now doing the grimers and the colony, in aiding the formation of the Suiting ...

    Article : 441 words
  7. DEPARTURES.

    For London, on Saturday last, the barque Benares, Captain Gilkison with colonial produce. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Mr. John Alexander Mrs. Whytlaw ...

    Article : 190 words
  8. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.

    S. Peek, an adjourned meeting at twelve o'clock. TO-MORROW, March 7. John Scott, of Murrumbidgee, settler, third, ...

    Article : 676 words
  9. CLEARANCES.

    For Aukland and Valparaiso, the brig. Bristolian, Captain Thomas, with sundries. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Wright and servant, Mr. Walton, Miss Roberts, and Mr. ...

    Article : 39 words
  10. COASTERS INWARDS.

    March 4.—George, 35, Damon, from Newcastle, with coals, William, 21, Wilson, from New castle, with coals; Acme, 18, Curtis, from Jerringong, with 800 bags potatoes, Somerset, ...

    Article : 124 words
  11. NORTH SHORE STEAM PUNT.

    GENTLEMAN,—As the North Shore is unknown to many, allow me through your medium to suggest to the citizens and lovers of seenery, and also to those who occasionally ride out for ...

    Article : 215 words
  12. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    March 4.—George, 35, Damon, for Newcastle, in ballast; Bee, 12, Toble, for Kiama, with sundries; Dove, 13, Hart, for Brisbane Water, in ballast; Harnett, 15, Crause, for ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. THE PRESERVATION OF THE VACCINE LYMPH.

    GENTLEMEN,—In the month of September last, I mentioned to a medical friend the great difficulty of procuring and preserving vaccine lymph, and from my friend's suggestion, I ...

    Article : 262 words
  14. EXPORTS.

    February 25—Tryphena, 131 tons, Horn, master, for New Zealand, 50 head cattle, 100 sheep, 4 barrels 4 bags oats, 200 brick moulds, and 2 boxes candles. ...

    Article : 515 words
  15. GOVERNMENT [?]

    COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Sydney 1st March, 1843. The following descriptions of Town Allotments, which have been from time to time appropriated to the purposes of the ...

    Article : 325 words
  16. WINDSOR.

    HOUSEBREAKING.—Last night, Friday, (March 3), a most daring robbery nus committed on the premises of Mr. Murray, shopkeeper here, from whose establishment many parcels ...

    Article : 452 words
  17. UNCLAIMED LETTERS.

    The following is a list of Unclaimed Letters lying in the Sydney General Post Office, for February:- William Adams, Mrs. Mary O. Adams, ...

    Article : 2,990 words
  18. LAW INTELLIGENCE.

    BEFORE Mr. Justice BURTON. The certificate of Richard Kemp, late of Windmill-street, Sydney, sailmaker, whose application was adjourned from the 22nd of ...

    Article : 93 words
  19. DIARY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 45 words
  20. NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.

    THE in Court of Quarter Sessions commenced here this day, March 2nd, before the chairman, with C. Throby) and John Ni[?], Esqs., J. P., with a calendar of upward of thirty ...

    Article : 131 words
  21. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    WE received on Saturday, via Launceston, files of Calcutta papers from the middle of November to the 11th December, from which we have the gratifying intelligence ...

    Article : 2,124 words
  22. CHURCH GRANTS.

    Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 1,1813. The following descriptions of Grants of Land and Town Allotments, which have at various periods been appropriated to the ...

    Article : 282 words
  23. DOMESTIC INT[?]CE.

    MR. R. WINDEYER is personally canvassing the electors of Durham, occasionally popping into Gloucester to assist Mr. C. Windeyer: meetings of the Durham elector are to be ...

    Article : 167 words
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