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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume I, 21 August 1839, Page 1
EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN NEW ZEALAND. Committee. Hon. Francis Baring, M.P. Sir G. Sinclair, Bart., M.P. J. Ivatt Briscoe, Esq., M.P. William Hutt, Esq., M. P. J. Abel Smith, Esq., M. P. Rev. Samuel Hinds, D.D. G. S. Evans, Esq., D.C.L. Rev. W. Sehvyn, M. A. E. Hals well, Esq., M.A. W. Swainson, Esq., F.R.S. H. Moreing, Esq., F.A.S. Captain Daniell. Henry St Hill, Esq. E. B. Hopper, Esq. Bankeks. Messrs Smith, Payne, and Smiths. At a meeting of intending Colonists and others interested in establishing a branch of the Church of England in New Zealand, held this day at the Offices of the New Zealand Land Company, John Ivatt Bkiscoe, Esq., M.P. in the Chair, the fol- lowing Resolutions were passed unanimously. 1. The Society for the Propagation of the Gos- pel in Foreign Parts having consented "to grant a salary of 100/. per annum for three years, together with a grant for outfit, to any well-qualified Clergyman who shall be willing .to* undertake the duty of Chaplain to the Colony which is about proceeding to .New Zealand Resolved, that this liberality on the part of the Society be met by a corres- ponding measure on the part of the friends of the Colony and the Emigrants. 2. That 200/. per annum be guaranteed to the Clergyman, in addition to the salary allowed by the Society. 3. That a House and Glebe be provided for the Clergyman for the time being. 4. That every exertion be made to complete the subscriptions required for building the Church. 5. That the foregoing Resolutions be published in the newspapers, for the information of those Clergymen of the Church of England who may be disposed to .become Candidates for the appointment. Subscriptions received by members of the Com- mittee, or by the Bankers, Messrs Smith, Patme, and Smiths. OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE. TAMES RICHARDSON and SONS, 72 High street, Wapping, near the Lon don Dock Bridge. Gentlemen proceeding to India, Australia, and New Zealand, are fully equipped with every article requisite for the voyage, on the shortest notice. TO EMIGRANTS MEDICINE CHESTS, &c. TW. HORDER, of 20 Fenchurch street, begs to call the attention of those parties who may be in want of Medicine Chests to a large assortment at his Establishment, which he begs most respectfully to offer to the Public on such terms as will defy competition. A great variety of Seidlctz Cases, filled, at 4s. 6d. each Seidletz Powders, Is. 6d. a box, or two for 2s. 6d. Carbonate of Soda, Is. per lb. Tartaric Acid, 3s. 6d. per lb. A liberal allowance to Captains and Shippers. TO BUILDERS, WHARFINGERS, AND OTHER CAPITALISTS PROCEEDING TO NEW ZEALAND. TO BE SOLD or LET on Building Leases a Town and Country Section, being the second in the order of choice, in the first British settlement in New Zealand. For the convenience of Purchasers or Tenants, these sec- tions will be sold or let either wholly or in part; and it is proposed that the right of selection shall be confided to the largest purchaser or holder. Apply to Mr George Morphett, 3 Bream's build- ings, Chancery lane. XT' AMONSON'S INODOROUS CHAM- i-i BER CONVENIENCE, at little more than the cost of the common slop-pail, may be had fitted up with a taste suitable to the most elegant j .bed-rooms will be found well worthy the inspec-> tion of^ the Nobility and Gentry, at the sole manufacturers, Eamonson and Company, the Exeter Hall Bedding and Cabinet Factory, 393 Strand, between the Adelphi Theatre and Exeter Hall. t To Emigrants and Settlers in particular, during the passage, it will be found invaluable. A liberal allowance made by taking a quantity. PORTABLE COfLONIAL COTTAGES. LR. PEACOCK, Manufacturer, West street, Walworth, Surrey, on the most im- proved principles, to pack up in a small compass. May be fitted with doors, windows, &c, complete. L 4L 4 R. P. made those occupied in the Colony of Port Adelaide, Port Philip, &c, by Col. Litch- field, I. M. Litchfield, M.D., R. Williams, T. J. Higgins, R. Davis, T. Adams, T. Orr, Esqrs., and others and is also erecting large houses for the Hon. H. Petre, F. A. Molesworth, G. Duppa, Captain Edward Daniell, E. B. Hopper, G. Hunter, Esq., and others about to proceed to New Zealand, Van Diemen's Land, and the Colonies.' Plans and models may be seen as above, Let- ters of inquiry only post-paid.