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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

To the Editor of The Australian. SIR, As I have no donbt many of your subscribers would be grati fied with a little information from Moreton Bay, you may, if you please, insert the following : — A fine schooner built boat. of about 15 tons burthen, was on Tuesday the 7th ult. launched at Brisbane Town, Moreton Bay. As she glided majestically off the ways, our Commandant Captain Bishop, 4oth regiment, performed the usual ceremony of christening. Her name is the   Taibot ; she is built of the pine, growing here in great abund ance, and appears to be a remarkably fine, vessel.       ' The Australian' will he Published on SA- TURDAY MORNING THE AUCTJJALJAN SYDNEY, MARCH 30, 1826.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

The Government Order relative to the distribution of troops over this Colony is precisely that which ought to have emanated from the Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen's Land, a long, long time ago. The Bushrangers. will have no chance now; and we are much deceived if the occupation of a goodly number of other folks will not be determined. Cattle steal ers, sheep stealers, receivers of stolen goods, must get up by times, if the soldiers do, as is usual with them, their duty. Offences committed by the above description of persons are beginning to be of serious note; as plunderers (not bushrangers exactly) increase in number and formidability. The majority of Up country crimes, according to our experience, consists chiefly in the abstracting of stock from the stations of Settlers; and the ease with which both horses and cattle can be got rid of, necessarily shews that much is wanting to exterminate the whole race of receivers. Much as we like the Order which is to accomplish so desirab...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

WANTED, 'TT'VfO OR. THRU 15 STEADY YOUTHS AS -a.^A:pprenticcs to the business of A COMPOSITOR. Applyat the Oflice of Tur. Australian. WANTED, a 'person void of Incutnbrance as PARTNER, in a Concern where a comfortable living may be had. — No- person need apply, whose character wi^l not bear ' the strictest investigation. The party nmst command Forty Pounds. Apply or address to Y.1 L., No. 61, Pitt-street. WANTE D IMMEDIATELY TM'or TWELVE . .. good MOWERS. Apply to D'Arcy Wentworth, Esq. Home.'Busli. __ WANTJgI-- - r FOR. a Small Concern in the Country, a BREWER who perfectly understands his business; and, .as liberal-wages will be given, none need apply who cannot give .satisfactory reference as to character and abilities. Application to be made at the Priiitmg Oflice of The Australian. March 7, 18'26. ''$$&&' WANTED, - * [ A Sober, steady, middle aged WOMAN, of good Character. By making application to Air. Wm. Kempton, of Clarence- ( street, -i person answering to t...

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OFFENCES, CHARGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 30 March 1826

OFF1SNCI3S, CHARGES, Sec. A person of a. tolerably decent exterior, appeared s,t the office, on Sattmlny last, with the intention (ns he said) of preferring a charge ngninst three auxiliaries attached to the police establish-, merit. It seemed lliat on the foregoing; dnv, as complainant was.. ?making a perambulation thro' Geo'i go-si rect, wholly intent upon' his own private speculations, two constables most unduly, appro. - itnated towards him ; one of»Uicrn placed his hand on't complain - ami's shoulder, while the others formed a circle round' his' body politic. The only information complainant could acquire- for - il»ib,civilily was, lliat ' Mr. Dimn' wanted him, nnd lie must. im- mediately go back to the police office with them. However, complainant disliked this dwuiing, he was induced to obey their mandate. On their way to life office the chief constable came iip pud enquired if complainant's- name was Johns tone ; this ques tion being put and negatived, Mr. D. be'gged to be e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REFLECTIONS ON LIBERTY. "Where thou art O! Liberty—there is my home!— MOORE.. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

REFLECTIONS ON LIBERTY. ' Where tliou art O ! Liberty— there is my home ! — * ' *' Moore. England has frequently been spoken of as the ''' Land of Liberty,' Englishmen are free! Sothcy are! A truly free Englishman wallcs out covered ' tvith lirnnses.1 ' It is impossible to convict him. He ''has paid a 'guinea for his powdered head,' a guinea J for the' coat of arms upon his seals, a three guinea ' license for the gun he carries upon his shoulder to 1 shoot game; and is so fortified with permits and bffi ' cial sanctions, that the' most eagle eyed informer can 'not obtain the most trifling advantage over him—and 'then- he has the ' Liberty' of paying taxes upon ? every article which enters into the mouth, or covers the hack,' or is -placed under the foot, taxes upon ' every thing which. -it is ♦ pleasant to see, hear, feel, ' sim-11, or taste — taxe's vtpon light, warmth — and loco * 'motioi— taxes on every thing on earth, and the ' waters under the earth— on every thing' that comes ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONUMENT AT WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

MONUMENT AT YVA.T.ERLOO. ''' JA fine monument 'is now being ere'eiedsat Waterloo by the Netherlands' government to commemorate the unparalleled vic *tory, gained by our arms on those ever memorable plains' of glory. ....,T4ie monument hns a very imposing eitVet, even, in its unfi ' cished state, It-is an earthen mound or hill, of. a conical form, and' of immense size, being upwards of 700 feet diameter at the base, or M, 1 60 feet in circumference. It is 200 feet high, and 100 feet, in diameter at the top; there is a double carriage road 'round it, in a spiral form, and supplying nn easy means of ascent for carriages to the very top; and by this road the materials ' ftave 'been, ; and -are ' conx'eyed to complete the work. In the centre is a shaft of brick work, which -tins been earned up from the bottom, and is still going on. It is to be sixty feet higher '- than, the; top 'of the mound; making the whole. height wolmn 1 drcd and sixty feet. It is intended for a pedestal, in receiv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARQUIS WELLESLEYS MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

. TH^,MA,RjQ.UIS.,,^ELL^$LEy/S MARRIAGE.! \*Frbm the Leeds Intelligencer.) ? ' 'With-the prucjence or impropriety of this Nobleman's late entrance into the connubial state, -we have, in a-privote point of vicw';'nd' 'possible- concern:- -Had he boen'165 years old instead of 65, and the lady IS, instead of 35, we might state /lib, fact.' but We. should add no invidious comnieut. . Wemiist, however, ?say.'.that as regards the public end the government of Irelandi -tho JUarqyis.WeUesIey's choice of a Roman Catholic lady for his cohsort,n.1s a subject .of much importance to this Proteitant S.tate, and more particularly, in the actual situation of Irelojid. The IJublin Papers inform 'us, that for several days' before A£is«. Patterson's nuptials,, she was .closeted at confession With ? the Popish Archbishop of Dublin ! _Sh-j also did , not consider her nuptials valid, till they were solemnized by that prt-lote, accord ing to the, rites' of the Roman Church. Our correspondent in Dublin, tp...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN' SYDNEY, APVUJTV I826

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

BIRTH.-At Wilberforce, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Atkinson, of a son.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived, on Tuesday last, in nine days from Port DalrympIe, the colonial cutter Governor Arthur, Mr.Hassell master. Lad-   ing six hundred bushels of wheat.       To-morrow, the brig Dragon, will sail for the Derwent-and the brig Faine for Port Dalrymple.      

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

;!{^aiTri?nnxJNrAoT20TP.tt-sti-eet, has rece ve I jyjLabv the.J?rinc«.Rpg«nt,aCa8C of Laflie's blade ~\na colored silk .hesses, nia'.lc upi,i Hie newest London /«lii««ji. of the best make and qualilj . ' ' .'''_' J *. 14-.it.'., ? PUBLIC WOTIOgfl » '» ?» . ? i A QUANTITy-'of OLD COPPKR and IRON,? =C*; ;_with.T\7O.ANCHORS, having been picked iip^ by ..William Young, musier of the schooner Libetty, at Middle' Island,, on the south coast of New Holland, and tilts above men tioned articles being part of the wreck of Ihe brig Belinda, any jerson hiving authority to claim them, will apply at our ware house, or they «j|l be sold by public auction, .in fourteen days, from this date, for the benefit of *hom it mny concern. ' ? . v * CiQOPER & Levey. .. Waterloo Warehouse, Maich 23, 1820. t ? 7^'OTIcT3.^\viieTeas I, CATIIKltlNE.DAVIS, of -L xl Cambridge-street, Sydney, arrived in this Co-, Jouy in September eighteen hundred and eight, and was nmrriid to my present husband, William Dav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. (MARCH 30.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

STDHtiT MARKETS. (MfAUCa SS.* Thcro Las been a tolerW't.y large supply' of wheat at 'market tl)i- i)iomi/)g,'as ubuql, for the most jjarrtit consisted of Jiue saia^ pies-/ which continue to meet with buyers, disppaed -to give good prices. A good deal of inferior wheat was lel't undisposed of at (he close of the market ; what sales did take place of this de 5criptiou, were at an extremely low figure. Tlie supply pf.new maize, was also large, an evident reduction in price look place1; old-corn was a good dial enquired for. Barley, if any thing, is_ improving in price. There were no oats at market, Tn other articles there is no variation to notice.' . '»? . -,,t 169 . .r _ ' .sold at per Bush. 0 7 6 80 . -' ^ - - O f- 9 158 - , ? . , - '-'-', O- 6* t» .'»5 ' _ ♦, _ J - O ' 6 4 100 - » - - ' 0 '(V- 3 .' 145 '''-?? . ' ' . / '_' o ?' 6 fl0' SO - ' ' ? - - - - r o ''5 l 9 15 - . ?-?_-' .;- ? J o-^^d Average Pricc'of Wheat '- ' 0 'G 5'' ' JMtto of maice ' -;. %v0', 4 -O '?*'«' s Ditto of B...

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THE WANTON'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

THE V WANTON \S' WARNING. ? I 'do confess that thou art fair, . And once-I thought I might hnvejov d thce , u Btlu'sjon I found, the slightest prayer ,. Of age or -youth had power to move thca - And now ,1 leave tnee an »uonc,, ' 'As worthy to be lov'd by none. - ? ? I do confess1 thou'rt sweet — yet find ?? '' \. Thee siicrra spend lliri ft of thy sweety, . -. . ,-Thv favors are but like the wind, That kisses every thing it meets : ' ' Since thon can'* L kiss with more than one, - ' Thou'rt wdrthy to be kiss'd by none. ? The morning rose iliat untouch'd stands, ? ? Arm'd with her briars', how &w.eetly; smells ; . But pluck'd and drawn- through. many hands, ' ' ? Ho longer sweetness with her dwells ; 1 ? .Her scent and beauty both are gone 1 -, ' Her leaves fall from her, one by one! - ?' ? Such-fate, ere'long, will ihee betide, ? .'* ' 'When thou hast handled been awhile, Like seir (lowcie to be thrown a-ide; - ' ' And none Will steh, but some will smile - - 'To see, how lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

' . PROCLAMATION. ... By'tm Excellency' f.ieiilrnn'nC 'General 'Ralph Barling _ r*''*.-* '''Captain General ~ai«d Govcriior-ih-chief of Ijis Majesty1* * * ? . -territory of New South, Wales nnd ils dependencies, anil , . . * Vice Admiral of the. same, &c. &c. &c. . ^^'HEIIEAS, a Court of Quarter Sessions ,t lias » ▼ 'been appointed by me, pursuant to the Act of; Parliament in that behalf, to be hnldcn at Windsor on the second ?Tuesday in .April n.cxt;-anil' whereas some arrangements of a' public, nature, render it expedient that such sessions should bf adjourned. to a future period ; — Now, therefore, I do appoiat.-the sessions of the said court to be held _at Windsor, on the ninth. day of stay next, instead of tlip day originally appointed. '' ' 'Given under- my hand and seal, at government-house/ Syd L*_ fcey, this .3 1st. day of aiarcb, in the 3 far of our ho'rd'-ohv thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, It a. Darling.' (t... s.) ?- 'v ? * By his Excellen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS TO THE PROPRIETORS OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS TO THE PRO- PRIETORS OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICUL- TURAL COMPANY.   "Gentlemen, — At the General Court of Proprie- tors,held here on the 18th of January last, we had the honor of submitting to you a report of our pro- ceedings to that time, together with a sketch of our future plans for conducting the affairs of the Company, and realising the important benefits which we had in view from the commencement of the enterprize.   ''Considerable progress having since been made in the various departments to which the attention of the Directors has been unremittingly afforded, we have been desirous to meet you, in order to give to the Pro- prietors at large an opportunity of becoming fully acquainted with the actual state of their property in this undertaking ; and we trust that this information will not be unaccompanied with feelings of satisfaction. "In detailing, in the first place, the measures     which have been h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

(JOVERXMENT ORDERS. . ,: i Colonial Secrut.uiv's Ofkick, Maiicii 2S,.182G. jfX' 1^0 : y 'fTLS Excellency the Governor, has much satisfac JOL tlon in expressing- tlie sense ho entertains of the ----ii-lnct 'f tho parly of mounted police employed in llicTBaUiurs dis.li ict, under Hie orders of Lieut. Evenden, of tbo Jiiifla. 'Jliis Officer lias evinced tliu most Inmhble zeal, arjd the exer tions of his Detachment have bcehbeiieneinl to the cd£ny. 'I'lifV huvi- already apprehended several ruuawaj/s ; and on ?ilic night of Hie iGih instant, fell in with a.party of bushrangers, fli.outiting (-- seven in mwiilwr, when' Morris Cnmiell, whoisre limlecl to have been' one of the most Notorious of the gang', was killed on the spot by corporal Brown; of (he mounted police. .By 'his Excellency's Command. '. . -; ' \ ?? Alex, M'Leay. '„ Colonial Secretary's Office, March 21,1826*, -(No: i'9))) '' ???; ' ' ? '* -? '?'?'' ?'' '\ l ' ?'. . . . .; -, . . v 'JB^flSUJxcellency the Governor' ,has .thoug...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 April 1826

► We have been encouraged by our numerous Readert to make every possible exertion to publish Tat A'1' TKALiAN twice a week.- Wo. Jiave,' at length, suo ceeded. The receDtion our nroduction met wilh |a?t Saturday, convinces us. that the patronage' The AfB tralian', has hitherto, experienced, will conttna^ as usual to encrease.. .; ' ? 4' t .- 1 *., | ~Wedo not, iwdded, n;onder at the readiness that M shewn to support a Newspaper, from which all objec tionable parajfraphs,nll- atttck. on private character, mII intrrmcddlingfl with.p/ivato .affairs* are carefully excluded. We have no. yindietivr feflingB. to satiate, no rancorous ami unchristiairiike passions to feed--:-' «e lcive every nian to enjoy the pleasures ofjiis own ' pa.lour, of his oVn.tfir(S side., -Wo do not .Creak' in upon his retirement, or become the rude disturber o\ the domestic circle, arid of domestic happiness. Our career is; at least, an honorable- career ; and has, as' Vet, been accompanied with all the success w...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

?.SHIP NEU'S. ' Arrivrrt on Sunday Inst, in twentv days from Masqunne Island, the colonial biift Perseverance, William Kinntar tiinsjer, belonging to Mr. Joseph Underwood. She b«* brought only «x tceii tons of*elepliBiil oil. Passenger, sir. Tlios. Underwood. . Un nonoay last ins sinjocv ?» simji mni«.i »»..,.... ---??--- ? ? Vom New Zealand, Norfolk Isf*nd. and lastly from the Dei-went, Aliencs she'' sailed on. JlUie-a6tli ult. The Lame, put into the Derwcnt, where she remained only twenty-four linurs, for «Ue inirpose of bringing liitlicr the Venerable Arclideacoii Scott. ? . Tlie brie Drngon will not sViil for the Derwcnt until Saturday. The So^ostris wHl sail in a day or two for New Zi-aland. The brig Venus, it is said, w'.ll proceed hither also with a cargo of. sheep. . I .The Medway had not sailed 'for Engl.md when , the ; .Lnrne left. ' ' . , ' The Lang, from this port,had arrived at the Der went on the 20th of March. ' - . . The brig John Dunn was going up the Dcrwent River ...

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PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE "Launceston, March 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

'PRIVATE' CORRiSSPONDENCE. ' Lnunceston, March 15, 1820; ***You have had, long accounts in the Newspapers of the bushrangers; I oa'n 'assure you we were all in -'great alarm here, as they, threatened, to come into town. It wals^not their own numerical strength that we feared, but we knew that so many were ready to join them. In the'attack on Mr. Dry's lionse, only half a mile from town, . there'. weve eight or ten besides their own gang, with them ; and it has since Ueen Ascertained ?who some of them* were. Two /rec men were among the -number.**' Five now, out of the 'seven 'notorious bnshrangers in one gang, are disposed of. -.'Bryan tv'as the first taken, butnot by Lieutenant .Willianis's -party, as it has been currently reported. , It is true that the military routed them. . A yo'ung, man, a'vp1 Inntecr with . them, wounded Brady, the leader/ but' Bryan was taken by a Mr. Rose', who saw him secret himself 'in a' tree from'his house, while .the mMitary were in pursuit. The day ' a...

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MEETING OF THE PUBLICANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 April 1826

. MEETING OF THE PUBLICANS. ^On Friday last a full meeting of licensed ,**victH*al- ers was held, pursuant to' public'advertisemont, at Hill's Tavern, Hyde 'Park. V ' ' ' C Mi. .T Hnnifliifsrin tnnlf tllC chair. '? ?? ' Mr.- Whitficld- rose: ''Since they last met it was deemed necessary, by a very 'respectable portion of their body, to address a 'memorial i to His Excellency the Governor in Council; and, in^o'rder the better to elFect thfs resolution, six individuals were selecterl by the meeting to form a'commitree. A memorial, couched in respectful terms, was presented to'his Ex cellency the Governor,., it embodied a representation of- the hardships under which the' Act- of Council, No. 3, placed the inland 'solicited that suclr restric tions miglit'be removed. In reply to thcir-memorial, the Governor and Council had been pleased to frame' a new act, which should be their guidance. ? At their Sast meeting a liberal collection had been made ; butr, 'since then, many alterations and...

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