NSW Crown Land Permits to Depasture Stock in May 1829

The following persons are permitted to depasture stock on lands adjoining their estates, on the conditions that they pay 2s. 6d. per annum for every 100 acres — that they vacate the land, at a month’s notice, and are expected to pay rent from the 1st inst.:

Rosborough 
N. Lawson, 3000
G. S. Marsden, 1000
R. Smith, 1000

Westmoreland 
J. Morris, 1000
G. S. Marsden, 640
F. Forbes, 2000

County unnamed —
W. Lee, 2000
W. Lawson, 5000
J. Newton, 2560
W. Ogilvie, 5000

Durham —
J. M. Symants, 2000
A. Warren, 2000
ditto 1920
J. G. Smith, 3840
A. M. Baxter, 3830
F. Auby, 2560
J. M’Intyre, 5000
J. Adair, 2900
Reverence G. Middleton, 1000
J. Robertson, 4560
G. Bowman, 2560
P. Cunningham, 3520
S. M. Wright, 3840
G. Wyndham, 640

Northumberland —
G. Muir, 400
J. Smith, 1000
E. C. Close, 750
E. C. Close, 750
F. Allman, 1280
N. Goldingham, 1280
T. V. Bloomfield, 640
W. Harper, 2500
W. Harper, 2000
J. Macdonald, 1920
G. Wyndham, 1050
A. Macleod, 1280
A. Lang, 3840
W. Longford, 3000
Reverend Richard Hill, 200
J. T. Rodd, 1800
W. Aird, 4000
G. Bowman, 4180
C. M. Doyle, 5000
J. N. Inches, 4800
T. W. M. Winder, 600
A. Murray, 1760
Stephen Tuckerman (number not inserted)
E. Churchill, 400.

County unnamed —
W. Cromarty, 2500

— making a grand total of 109,100 acres.

Source: Crown Lands (1829, May 8). The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), p. 3.

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