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The Ab-origines at the Big River. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

The Ab-origines at the Big River. An alarming nc'otunt of the hostile con duct of the blacks at the Big River has reached town. The following are the par ticulars TILE BLACKS. 7b the Editor of the Sydney Herald. Szn,-As many people have told me that the aecounts froni the Big River that appear in the papers are not correct, or the parties who write them; would sign their names to them. I will thank you to insert my own with my name to it, and if you think proper, you may say that I applied on the 20th November to the Governor, to allow the police to go ow to the Big River without Mr. Maine, at he was ill and unable to go, fearing there would be disturbances there when the result of the trial was known, and he refused to let then go. If they had gone, these two men's lives might have been saved. Mr. Maine and his party have only reached Musclebrook, having been a fortnight on the road from Maitland, sixty miler. I am, Sir. Your obedient Servant, JAMES GLENNIE.

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY AND VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY AND VAN DIE.1lEN'S LAND. Augustes Casenr, 500, Lacey, for Syduey. Asia, 5::6, Mlarshall, for Sydney, cleared outwards ]8th Auansat. Alfred, 716, Flint, for Sydney, with emigrants, 25th August. Andsrmmaeche, 477, New, fur Sydney, with emigrants, September 29. Ann and Meery, 250 Wilson, for Sydney, entered ontcards 29'h Ausgst. Achilles, for Sydney, September. Arabt'e. 278, Cain, for Launceston, sailed the 3rd Setstemb er. Apollmc. for Hobart, cleared outwards 16th August. Boyne, 619, tichardson, for Sydney, 15th Acseu't. larduster, f.00, Vertu, for Sydney, 31st August. Charles Kerr, 463. Aroold, sailed for Scotland 22nd August to take in Emigr en's for Sydney. Chenwitt 251, Nichol-, for Hobart, September. G asher, Arnold, for Sydney, cleared outwards 20th August. Colonist, Cowman, from Liverpoul to Sydney, cleat ed outwards 27 rh Autgust. C'hrist'ins, fromt tic enock, for Hobart and Sydney, 18th November. Columbian, Wakesnan, from Liverpool to Sydney, spoke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. Mledusa, Deloitte & Co., agents, for freight. Pero, Hughes & Hosking, agents, for freight. Nimrod, for fate. Sueaanah Ann, schoanar, for sale Elizabeth, baaque, for sale. ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, TO-MORROW. Wilson, J. T.-At 11 o'clock, Linen Dr cry, Hosiery, Haberdashery, &c. SMART, T. W.-At Rooms, at 11 o'clock, ad dlery, Tobacco, Butter, Mustard, Loaf gar, &o. &c. To be Let or Sold. 1 THE MITTAGONG ESTATE, late tbefro perty of T. D. Rowe, Esq., containing dhout Two Thousand Acres, with a handsome and 4m modious Cottage, fit for the receptiod of a genteel family. Also a detached Cottage and WVindill in fall work. For particulars apply to ira. Rowe, on the Premises. To Emigrants, Capitalists, Stock holders, and the Public. THE SPLENDID ESTATE OF LUMLEY, In .the county of Argyle, and extensive Stations at Menaroo ; sith the whole of the Horses, Cattle Sheep, Produce, and general Stock, Farming ImplementsB...

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QUEEN ELIZABETH; HER PROGRESSES AND PUBLIC PROCESSIONS. Procession through the City from the Tower to Westminster the day before Her Majesty's Coronation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

QUEER ELIZABETH; HER PROGRESSES AND PUBLIC PROCESSIONS. Frorm the SATUnuAY MAoAZINE. Procession through the City from the Tower to IVestminsser, the day before Her Majesty's Coronation. In the early ages of our history, it was customary for the sovereign, on the day previous to the coronation, to proceed in great state through the city of London, from the Tower to the palace at West minster ; and for this purpose it was necessary for the monarch, two or three days beforehan l, to remove from the palace, and take up a temporary abode in the fortress. The pomp and splendour of some of these processions are not sur passed by anything of state pageantry recorded in our history; and we may venture to instance those which preceded the coronations of Henry the Eighth, and his three children, Edward the Sixth, Mary, and Elizabeth, as affording a display of magnificence scarcely ever equalled. The age in which those sovereigns reigned, was one delighting in costly shows and spec tacles ; sel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. Published Weekly by the Local Government. WEDNESDAY, 26 DacaEvaB, 1838. Colonial Secretary's Office, 24th December. H I' Excellency the Governor has been pleased to make the following appointment under the provision of the Act of Council, 2nd Victoria, *No. 2. viz. Pieter Lnurentz Campbell, Esquire, to be Police Magistrate for the Town of Parramattn. Samuel North, Esr tire, to be Police Magistrate for the Town of Windsor. Patrick Grant, E'quire, to be Police Magistrate for the Town of Maitland. James Thomas Morriset, Esquire, to be Police Magistrate for the Town of Bathurst. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMPSON. Colonial Secretary's Office, 17th Cecember. SAVINGS' BANK. IN pursuance of the provisions of the 21st Section of an Act of the Governor and Council of the 5th Wil. IV.. No. 16, Intiluled, " At Act to repeal " in part and to amend and extend the provisions of 'an Act intittiled an Act to establish a Savings' " Bank in New South Wales, and to provide...

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Country Justice Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

Country Justice Wisdom. ENCOURAGEMENT TO EMIGRANTS-To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. Sir-As I have lately un dergone rather singular treatment, both in person and character from a certain Country Magistrate and Constable, I wish to have the abuse and ill- treatment made public, in hope of retaining my hitherto unsullied character. It surely cannot be in accordance with the laws that a free and innocent subject of England should be taken from his lawful employment-accused of being a notorious runaway and bushranger, and immediately put in confine- ment as I have been. I was kept in close confine- ment two days and three nights prior to being taken before the Magistrates. It was on the morning of the 20th current, as I was at my usual employment (I am a millwright by trade), that a constable, Picket by name, came up to me and asked me my name. I told him my name was Henry Booth-he said that was not my name-that I had changed it that I had been a runaway and bushranger for the space...

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A SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1839 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. WOOL. [We recommend the following article a Correspondent to the careful perusal of our Graziers.—ED. SYD. MON] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

A SUPPLEifMNT is published with this day's I number. I SID2EY MONITOR K. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER *VEDNESDAlY MORNING, JANUARY 2. 1839 Ifothtng extenuate, nor aught set down in mulite.-Stasa WOOL. -a EWe recommend the followiug article of a Cor respondent to the careful perusal of our Graziers. 'ED. SYD. MON ] -In order to assimilate the Australian Wool as much as possible witih the German in prcparir^g it for market. the fleeces should not be broken, but merely divested of the breech and stained locks, and so assorted or arranged that each package mtay contain fleeces of the same chia racter as to coiour, lentgtha of staple, fineness of bair, and general quality. " If the washing has been performed at the same time and place, and with an equal degree of care, the colour is likely to he uniform and it will thes only be necessary to attend to the casting of the fleeces as to length, fineness. and general quality; but if a large grower has flocks of different bre this, and fed noi dieren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

TO LET. T1HAT. Commr.dinus HOUSE. lately occupied by Mr. James Morris, Castlereagh-street, containing Ten IRonan; with good Cellar and Kitchen. and. Vell of Wrater in thorough repair, and in one of the bent situati.ons in Sydv.ey. fur is Public House. Enquire of Mr. Va. r, next door to the Premises. Nov. 7, 1839. DESIRABLE PROPERTY. TO LET, Fbr such Term as may be agreed upon, A MOST DESIRABLE ESTATE. containing Two Thousand Five Hundred Acres, situate at , cilled the SWAMP ESTATE, with a good Dwelling House and other Buildings thereon; also, a good Stock yard and a Paddock containing Five Acres, laid out for hay. The whole Estate is well watered at all seasons, and is admirably adapted for a Grazing Establishment. The House contains Nine Rooms, and is well calculated for the reception of a respectable Family. For further particulars enquire of MR. G. R. NICHOLS, Solicitor, Pitt street, Sydney TO BE LET, FEOR ANY TERM OF YEARS THAT MAY . BE AGREED UPON. That extensive two storied Ho...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

Birth. At Tiranna, Goulburn Plains, on Sunday, the 23d December, Mrs. Gibson. of a son. Dec. 3-Mrs. Edward Shaw, of Cumberland street, of a son. Dec. 10-Mrs. Geo. Martin, of Pitman's Wharf, of a son. Married, On New Year's Day, by the Rev. W Cowper, at St. Phillip's Church, by Special License, Mr. William Underwood, Nephew of the late Mr. Joseph Underwood, of Ashfield Park, to Miss Susanna Day, daughter of Mr. Thomas Day, of Monument House, Kent-street, North. On the same day, at St. Phillip's Church, by the Rev. W. Cowper, Mr. Thomas Boulton, to Miss Esther Willmott, both of Cumberland-street, Sydney. On Monday last, the 31st December, at St. Andrew's, Scots' Church, by the Rev. Mr. M'Carvie, Mr. John Chubbock, printer, to Miss Elizabeth Spears, both of Sydney. Deaths. On Thursday last, the 27th December, it his residence, Pluck Creek, after a painful illness, Mr. Henry Coulson, aged 28 years. BURIALS. Dec. 30-Elizabeth Perry, daughter of Mrs. J. Perry, Castlereagh-street, aged 18 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

To Capitalists and Speculators. J. T. WILSON ANNOUNCES to the CAPITALISTS of AUS. R that he has been instructed to offer £he'm by PRIVATE CONTRACT, the undermen. .toned VALUABLE LIVE STOCK, LANDS, AND PROPERTIES 'WHICH 'IF NOT IMMEDIATELY SOLD WILL BE OFFERED TO PUBLIC COM PETITION, iOn an early Day, of which due Notice will be given. THE 'IRST CONSISTS OF A. R. P. LOTS-83 15 1 20 and -85 9 2 6 "Of the Celebrated Five Dock Farm. SECOND, Of TWO ALLOTMENTS of LAND situated "-in Kent-street; with a frontage of thirty-four feet eight inches thereto, 'and fifty feet deep. THIRD. THREE ALLOTMENTS of LAND at Wollon. .gong. situated in the finest part of the Country, being Lots 5, 6, and 7, of a former Plan. FOURTH. FOUR ALLOTMENTS at Appin, with an ax "tensive frontage to Church-street, being Lots 16, -16, 17, and 18, of Section (2). FIFTH. THIRTY ACRES of LAND, in Pearl Bay, adjoining the Land now advertised as North Shore Property, and within two miles of the reserve for 'the Town of '" ...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Tuesday, January 1, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Tuesday, January 1, 1839. ABEL GOWER, bark, 313, Henderson, uaster, R. Dacre,agent-lu the Cove refitting for London. ALICE, brig, 227, Haynes, master, rir Simmons, agent--at Camp~bell's wharf. discharging ARGO, brig, 169, Billing master, Dawes agent in Darling Harbour, refitting. CAMILLA, brig, 262 tons, Gardener. miastor, Mon. tefiores, & Co, agent, at bluore's Whirf, dis charming. CtERNARVON, bark,225, (whaler). Irvind iaster, lagster, agent, at Irving's Wharf re ng for South Seas. CALEDONIA bzarque, 190. Symers. nm r, Ed wards and ounter, agents-in Darling rbour, refitting. CVJ'Y OF EDINBURGH, bark, 366, 'nTompson master, A. B. Spark agent-at Campbelfaisharf, discharging. COLO IBRIAN, bark, - master, Aspiaall and Co. agents, In 'tream,,, arrived yesterday. CURRENCY LASS, schooner, 90 tons; Daties, master, Captain Srilne, agent-on Patent Slip. DESPATCH. bark, 362, T. Street agent, In Cove, loadine for London. ELIZABETH,...

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DESTRUCTION OF A FIREWORK MANUFACTORY, AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

DESTRUCTION OF A FIREWORK MANUFAC   TORY, AND LOSS OF LIFE. On Sunday morning, about half-past 5 o'clock, a tire, which was attended with the most disastrous consequences, broke   out on the premises of an artist in fire a works, named Cockerell, in Paradise-row, Lower rosd, Islington. The house occu- pied by Mr. Cockerell and his family, and   in which the process of manufacturing fireworks was carried on, was in the cottage style, two stories in height. It was situate in a garden, and detached from the sur   rounding buildings. It was approached   by a very narrow fore court. The first intimation of the fire was given by a men' ber of the family, and when it was dis   covered had &ttained such a fearful ascendency that all hopes of saving the house were at an end, The police imme-   diately forwarded messengers in cabs to   the various engine stations of the London fire ...

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EXPECTED AT SYDNEY FROM PORT PHILLIP, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, AND THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

KXPF.CTED AT SYDNEY 51tlOM PORT PIJILLIP, SOUTH AUTtIALIA, CAP5 OF G0001 HOPE, AND HIP. MAU RI'TIUS. The II illiam 11 lse, 245 tons, Ellis, from Swan River. h Ann* } from Ihe Cape. Our renders will percrive by nor alphabetical list Khnve, that not leis than 54 vessels os 300 tons each and upwmsd°, are adsertised to sanil (a few hs e salreaudy saisled) for Sydney ansi V D. l,and. This is ,.~x5lntssv osf those~ vessels advortiseds in LondoEn for South Australia, which we suppose amount to ten Theml barque Columbian spoke, on the 21st Nov., the harqne Prince George, bound for South Aus trali i; also the French whaler Eliza, 6 months from Havre, with 300 barrels; also the brig Hannah. front Liverpool, bound to Rio de Janeiro. The barque colonist, with snerchandize and passengers, left Liverpool the same day as the Columbian. The Dunlop, for Fohst, t Town and Sydney, was to sail from Liverpool-in a few days after the Columbian, with many passengers and some mer chandize; and the Statesma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

. Advertisements sen athis Offce, must specify on the face of them, the gtumber of times they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. FOR LONDON, To Sail early in January,. HE very superior. fine, first class Ship Hopeh .1. Coombes, Commander, burthen, 3Z8 tons register. Parties desirons of shipping a few bales of wool by this vessel are reuaested to make early application~-as .nearly. thoghole otheracargogg ready engaged and now shipping. She poswsass first rate accommodations for passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. Par Freight or Passage apply to the Commander on board; or to MONTEFIORES, BREILLAT & Co, Agents. Sydney, 14th Nov., 1838. FOR LONDON. (To SAIL EARX.Y IN FEBRUARY.) T IIE remarkably fine first / . class SHIP Lord Eldon, 337 tons register, Thomas Worrel Commander. The principal part of the cargo of this vessel being already engaged she will be one of the early Wool Ships of the season. Her accommodation...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 January 1839

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS   On Monday, the Francis Spaight, 370 tons" Captain Layers R. N., from London, 23rd August' with merchandize. Passengers, cabin Rev. Dr. Ullathorne, Roman Catholic Vicar General, Rev' P. B. Gloghegan, Rev. Richard Marvin, Rev. Thomas Butler, Mrs. Cahill. Mrs. O'Brien. Mrs. Cater, Mrs De Lacy, and Miss Williams (Sisters of Charity), Mrs. Dunphy, Mr. Maginnis, Mr. Grant, Mr. Mislum, Mr. and Mrs. Hart, Miss Hart, Master Hart, D. F. Carnegie. E.q., (from Scotland). Henry Marshall, Esq., Mr. and Mrs. John Billievelle,.and Mr and Mrs Hume. Steerage, Joseph Doyle, Thomas Doyle. Robert Chittleburgh, Francis Keely, Martin Knaresbumgh, Patrick   Commerford, and Jeremy O'Brady. Same day, the bark Glenbervie, 888 tons, Capt., King from Deal, the 1st September, with mer. elmandise. Passengers, cabin- Mr and Mrs Arayne, I Mrs Bennyntine,Mr and Mrs Byles and son, Mr   and Mrs Bourne, Miss Bourne. Mr and Mrs Scott and four childr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, Which will take place before our next publecation. THIS DAY. WILSON, J. T.-At Rooms, at half-past 11 for 12-Plato and Plated Warn, Wine and Cider. SIMMONS & CO.-At their Mart, at 12-the barque Elizabeth, the schooner Susannah Ann, and the schooner Robulla, also, Mrs. Dillon's Hotel, .in the Township of Kelso. TO-MORROW. POLACK, A.-At his Rooms, at 12-Shares in the Bank of New South Wales. WILSON, J. T.-At Aspinall 4f Brown's late Wharf, at half-past ii for 12-DerwentPotatoes,. St. Mary's Cathedral. A GENERAL MEETING of the Catholics of Sydney and its Vicinity, will be held after the celebration of the last Mass, on Sunday the 6th January, to take into consideration the present state of the Edifice and other matters. The Right Reverend the Bishop will preside. Sydney, 31st December 1838. Cattle on Thirds. THE Advertisers wish to receiva some Cattle on Thirds in a Northern District, where they have an excellent Station, under their per sonal s...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

PORT PHILLIP. We have received Port Phillip Gazettes to the 22nd December. ARRIVALS. December 2-From Launceston, having sailed the 30th Nov., the cutter.Aquita, Bently," with a gene ral cargo. December 3-From Launceston, having sailed the 1st instant, the cutter Pickwick, with a general cargo. December 6-Fromt Launceston, the brig Henry iRtffle, with sundries. December 7-Fronn Hobart Town, having sailed the 29th ultimo, the schooner Maria, Sinclair, with a general cargo. December 7-Fiom Hobart Town, the schooner Tasmanian Lass, with a general cargo, and eight steerage passengers. December 4-From Sydney, having sailed the 30th ultinto, the schooner Success, Bainbridge, with a general cargo. December 4-From Launceston, having sailed the 'rid instant. the batque Thomas Laurie, Price, with 72 tuns of oil for England. December 15, from Sydney, having sailed the 8th instant, the schooner Bessy, Watson, with a gencial cargo.-No passengers. Agent, Sir. Snowden. December I1i, from Ltunteston...

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NEWS BY THE "EARL DURHAM." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

NEWS BY THE " EARL DURHAM." DEAL, SxEr. 8 -Arrived the Prince George, bound for South Australia. " Spoken at sea. on the 1st August, the AddBide, Greaves, master, from London to Sydney. (This shipping report is very loosely given, and we question its correctness, although taken from the Morning Chronicle :of 11th September. Ed. Syd. Mon.) Sept. 10.-Cleared 'outwards, with cargo, the Resource, Boyle, for Soath Australia. Arrival at Madeira, the Rajahstan, Ritchie, from London and Portsmouth, and sailed for South Australia.-Morning Chronicle, 11th Sept. The following vessels are advertised in the London papers, as bound for these Colonies, which are not in our last shipping list, viz. For Sydney.-The .tdians, 549 tons; Maria, Rowland, master; Prince Regent, 527, with emi grants ; Prince Regent, 400, with merchandize; Statesman, from Liverpool ; Lucretia, Scott Royal Saxon, Town; Dawson, Hassall ; &Augusta Jesse. For Hobart-The Caroline, Dunlop, Derwent, Louisa Campbell, 300. U...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTURES The fnllawing scseals will sail the first fair -wind 1 J.at 1',t. for fart Stephens It aditland, fur il:tavia Srtijt Gemorgr'. tar $urnhays anti Engtand The tIllowing scsweh hive bent their sails ready for starting t C.urreu o 1iasi, for lI.ty of Islands, 9th inst. //latin J.'ger, fr I dlin, the 8th in'tant (' an/i,, Itr Hot lart lawn, 10th inst. Gwrerivr Phillp, for Nortolk Island, 4th instant. 1ly'eei. tar Liutdtn, 14th instant . a// .Vayent, tar Indita, tIth instant. Paul Pry. fur Porr Phillip, 9th i nstant A/n,'/ G(hu'r tier Navucastle, thie Gth instant All;rits iulsa(.st, for Hnhart 'Towt, 5th instant. The ftllowing vessels are getting ready with all desatrtI * (Wity ofEdifurtah, for Newcastle )J'nsatp t ast//, for l.tndun, Itth iistitnt /*ii, for I l ihrt 'T'own, l5th instant /!hit., Inr Soatlh Australia and Port Phillip, Ilth mar-ant ;R/ry fir the fi Itet y l..1I) ON, nuT TIME OF rStAL.tNG s. Yr rxIttl. )s'rptie/i,for 1tLoln, in all Febh ntty. Gird 1/ don...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

FOR SALE, FREtGIT, OR CHARTER. 1Indusa, Deititte & Co., agents, for freight. Pero, Inulhes & Housking, agents, fur fteight. lintrod, for sale. Susannah Aon,. tchnnner, for sale Elizabeth, ha' qne, for sale. The Mlagnet has h auled tont the stream, and gone Wfiongside the~harque Lord Eldon to di-chtnree her tll for the Lotdon market after which site will caonmence loading for New Zealand.-.11r. John Jones, agent and owner. The schnnner Success has hauled to Grose's Whart to discharge her wool, after which she will load for the same port, being t constant trader. Groae, egent. 'l'lte Izzabeth has finished discharging her sugar &c., at Campbell & Co's Wharf, ted has gone altungide the Despatcl to diceliaree her stores &e., prep rtatory to her being sold by auction. The Saint George has gone down the harbour and anchored off Garden 1lannd, ready for a start to Sonraltayn and England-this day. The Carnarnnt has bent her sails, ready for a sttat to ...

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