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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

SHIP NEWS; Arrived, on Thursday last', the brig Glory, Captain Clements from Port Dalrymple, whence she sailed on the 2Sd ult. Lading wool, potatoes, and sundries. ' Same dav-lhe ?t»o'verrinieht'.i schooner Tsnliella. Cant. Brown. from Norfolk Island aud the TJerivent, which latter poit she left on the 29th ull.' Passengers— Lieut. Pigot, *£6th regt. Lieut. Bit to, 'and Ensign Robertson, 57th regt. with-' p. detachment of the same corps. She has brought from 'the -Dfrwent two prison ers under sentence for Norfolk Island. - ' ' ' 'Yesterday the ship Cape Packet, Captain L'aughton, from England and the'Derwent, whence she sailed on 'the U7th ult. — Lading merchandize 'and sheep.' ' Passengers — Captin Lockyer, 3d regt. lady, 'and family. ' ' ' '. i * ? * ? ' Same day the bark Security, Captain Ross, from the Isle of France, with a cargo lof sugar. ? ' **''' '? «-' ' , The bug Jbhn', Captain Griffin, sailed from Watson's Bay 'on 'Wednesday evening', b'ound'to the Derweht. ' ' ' Oh Thur...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. (MAY 4.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. (MUv:%.) No. of bushels sold * , '*£*.& Sy ? ?' ...? sold at per Bush. 6 7 8 , 145 -? - M...1. ', . ' o 7 6 -. ao i- :-..-. - ors l.iO - :- ' '-- '-'070 '35 '* - * - -? -.066 . , Average. Price of Wheat - 0 7 t , S 1-H ? Ditto of maize . -04-0 Ditto of Barley '.-036 Fine Flour 18s. Od.,per cwt. , - . Seconds do. 1 6s. per do.1 ?' * ? Potatoes, 9s. Os. per cwt. ; fowls', 3s. 3d{ per couple. - .Butter, 2s. Qd. to Us. Cd. per.lb. — Eggs, 2s. 6d. per dozen ' Cheese, Is. Od. pcrlb. AsMzeprice of bread fivepence per loaf. - Selling priceTourpencc halfpenny to fivepence halfpenny. ',?' 1%PRIOES'OP MEAT.,, Beef, 2s. Oil to'Ss 8d. per stojie.— Mutton, Ss.'Od. tof'3s. 3d, ler ditto— PorU, Sis. 8d. tu.3s..Gd.i P« 'ditto. - .#| ^' '' - »»^. ..tj*. CATTLE MAHKET. ' , '.'? '.There was'b'ut a poor sh^-w of Cattle, A great numbVr of fat jigs »w br&uV'ht dpwn this week, but were principally bbdght up crc they reacljed the Market.^ * .'' . - \ ... . -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From The Colonial Times of April 14.) SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From The Colonial Times of April ±41) Supreme Court. ' ? .- Wednesday, April 12; 1826. Murray v. Stephen. Mr. Murray stated the cause of action, at considerable length. — First, that he was the author of the Letters, signed ' A Colonist,' which were hostile to the Go vernment oi mis uoiony,— 2nd, that he had been for merly a convict. — 3rd, that he had been dismissed from a superintendency of police ? 4th,, that he had been brought to the police office upon charges affecr his character. — 5th, that he had lived in a state of concubinage. For these five charges the plaintiff claimed reparation, on the ground,- that the first and second were false in the construction put upon them by the defendant; that the thirdand fourth were al together false ; the fifth he considered too contemptible to notice. The damages laid in' the declaration were ^02000. It appeared thut Mr.. Murray had applied to his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor,' by memo'-3' rial, to enablehi...

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SUPREME COURT—(Wednesday.) ACTION FOR DEFAMATION. Spencer v. Jeffery. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

?SUPREME COUllT— (Wednesday.) .. ACTION' FOR DEFAMATION.'. Spencer v. JefFery.' ' '' .The 'Acting1 Chief' .Justice toolc his scat on _ the ' bench this morning1 at about half past ten.' Gregory Blaxland and Alexander Berry; Esqs. were appointed.- ? to assess the cause: the * dania'ces- of whiuh- were aid at A 1000. : ' - . , Mr. Wentworth opened the cas?. The present was in action for words spoken by defendant, who was mastcr.of tli3 ship Toward Castlo, with intent to in jure the reputation of- plaintiff,1 a lady who had1 come passenger from England in the above ship, and in the rapacity of governess to' the children of a Mrs. Campbell, in whose presence, as well as: that of. a, Mr. Simmons, the third officer .of defendant'* ship, the alleged slanderous words' were spoken. -The go-' nerul issue had been pleaded, and two questions now remained for consideration'; first, if the words had, been in reality uttered by 'defenuant ;.-.and secondly, if so, were they uttered with intent to i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Several ship carpenters appeared on the complaint of Mr.   Munn, a ship builder, for breach of contract. Appellant it would seem, had agreed with Mr. Joseph Underwood to complete some repairs necessary for his brig, the Welling- ton, for a sum of two hundred and fifty pounds; and in pursuance of this contract, he engaged the defendants' ser- vices 'till such time as the work might be completed. Mr. Munn complained, that the latter trifled with their job, and seemed to make a greater use of him, as a tool, than their mallet or chissel. There was one day in particular, when the vessel was in imminent danger of oversetting, and de- fendants refused, for some time, to render any assistance, but, after complainant had employed others to shore her up his refractory men made their appearance. On the whole   it appeared from complainant's statement, that the work would in all likelihood remain unaccomplished, if some change did not speedily occur ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

, , - , AUSTRALIAN, UREl}^ft,Y. ,n .visprf. Mk S lhave dccljnedT this. concern,' hitherto carried.oa, ' -*y^- upon my(preniiscs, in George-stieet, — aSlperVonV4' ha\ing claims upon the said concern,' are requested fo 'present'1 ' them to me, atthe Waterloo-Warehouse ; a.nd alj persons indebted ?*! to the late concurn, are lcqiu-sted to,pay the sn'mc'tp C. J.Riy Ncn, at the Waterloo Warehouse, as Mr. Jolin SinitVlias no longer authority to leceive money, or settle any of the accounts t I of thu late Jiieuciy. , ( I Daniel- Co'bpEn; ^ f I Waierlco Warehouse, 1st, 3/arch, 1826. _ , '? . Jp ' ' ' NdflCE. ' ^'^ '' ? ]\' THE Undersigned hereby gives Notice', and forbids' any person from trespassing on that fdrnrknown by the name of Andrew Burne's, in the district of Illayarra; lie wishes further to sugge'st, that all cattle found thereon after tliii notice will he impounded, and persons olherways trespassing will oe dealt with as the la\r may direct. , t t *£& f I 1 ' James Wright...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

CORllESPONDE^OE. To tfie. Editors of-TItf Avstraliun. r. .??.Gesuemkt, '* - ' ? » ~\ - - . From the intrrfst yrmr indepondPTit, and gnerally Rtlmirrci 7ourn»l has nlwVvs taken11 in the attain --f this ftnee pio,pt-ro:^, and fltfariahing Colony, I have taken' the libeity of endoiinn voira copy ot the Ilnunrt lown-aun uuvwiiman'.''^, ,u..t. ttegtocall your attention to a Go\eraim1nt notice, lnsfrlcd in tin' first column of it, concerning our much-respected Townsman, Dr. Hood ; at the same time to enclose a copy of the letter that called for this order extraordinary, which has caused here. a gene ral senMtion, and at which the people stand iigliast, and cry pro di-gi--w*.— Accompnnj ing the documents above alluded to, you will find the copy of a1 letter addressed to his Excellency bj JJr H. after perusing the contents 'of the Gove'rnmentnotice. ? In allusion to this order, it comes within my own knowledge, tha« Doctor Hood never was on the Half-pay of his Majesty s 46th regt. and has e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

1 , ' eOVBRNMENT NOTICES, ' H.C.0lonmx. Secretary's Opficf., Mat 5, 18S6 IS Excellency the Governor has been pleasei} to. appoint Mr. James Raymond 10 be Coroner in and Tor the district of Parrauiattn, in the room of Mr. JolmEvre. By his Excellency's Command, Coloniat, Secrktary's Office, May 5, 1826. *TT1O be.'Soldby Auction, in the Lumber-yard, on -*- 'Wednesday next the 10th instant, at 12 o'clock, About 1500. lbs. of wool, in fiye'bales, A -funntityof flax seed, and ' ' A travelling chariot. The wool and chariot may be inspected at the- Lumber-yard, and the flax seed at the Coisnussariat Stores. . , -. '/ ' -By .his Excellency's Command, ' ' ' ?, ? - ? Alex. M'Leay. ? Council , Chamber, ApRiii 27, 1826. A ^ ^..Special General Court of the Corporation for ?*?*? ;the Management of Clergy and School Lands, Mr. Charles Cowper was duly appointed, under the Seal of tho Corporation, their Clerks ' * \ '- t-fn i-_s i , ? By Order, . ( , - Charles Cowper, „ ? Clerk of Corp6ration. ;, ' C...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

By, The Mail 6f the brig Ann, which has arrived it Van Piemen's Land from the Isle of. France, we iiave received most important intelligence of the state if affairs between .the English and the Burmese in India. The J3urmc.se are- denwueu, anu -peace is pro claimed. The English have, prescribed- their own terms ; and these are said to be of a very submissive kind. The Burmese Itaye acceded to every thing re quired of them. This news had only reached the Mauritius just previous to the departure of the Ann. Ail accounts that have come into our hands agree in representing this to be the true state of affairs. A valuable-Correspondent, whose accuracy .is at all times unimpeachable, gives a- brief h'ut satisfactory account, in the absence of official details, of the operations of the contending powers. The news fronvv Calcutta is up to the 19th of Januury ;, the news) from Madras is as late as the 24th of the same, month, and, in all pro bability,' refers ,'fo ? occurrences liioru recent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 May 1826

GOVERNMENT. NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Office* May 2, 1826; THE impositions which are piactised ,ip order to obtain Tickets of Leavo, and the facility with which indiwdnnls of the worst' character ot-lnin certificates as «- Honest, sober! and' industrious' persons, have rendered it ne cessary to suspend the issue of Tickets of Leave until some ai wngoiiient more effectual than 'the present can be established. Applications Cor Tickets of Leave cnunot, .therefore, be .ictod on, until flic present regulations arc roused. By Command of his Excellency the Governor, -' ' Alex. M'Leay'. ' Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, ' 1820. THE Govcrnor'hiis been pleased4 to approve of the foll6\vin£-- appointment 'and dismissal : — ' - ' Government J^tnblishmenL at Pennant, Hills— Michael Con nor, free, to be consuble. , , r Parramatla — John Martin, .dismissed for misconduct. -- By his'Exceiltsncy's Command, , . + Alex. M'Leay. -, - . * PUBLIOJNO-Tiuji. Coioi-(iA*ijSEciiET.\.ny]s,Orrici:, M.vy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

In the letter signed A Trustee, inserted in The Australian oh the third inat.', for ?? Sir,'it'is to be regretted sir,' — read ' It is to be .regretted, sir,!| ,^c. For 'the The Colonial Times,', — r 'nd '' The .Colonial ..Times.' The above mentioned errors, like many others 'which: have ' occasionally occurred, of a similar kind, .originated with the compositor, and not with the author. Arid in Iho trial Spenser v. Jeffery, for ' Mrs. Powell, the lady of the Bishop of Bath,' &c ? read 'Mrs. Powell, tju'. dnughter,' &c. ? * TMEAIJSTRAIiIAN SYDNEY, MAY 10, 1826.

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SCOTTISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

SCOTTISH CHUHCU. In a volume of letters, entitled Letters to Distin guished Public Characters., we find one addressed to the Right Hon.' t Mr. Secretary Peel, on the manage ment of the Crown' patronage of the Church of Scot land; . The following extract ironi that epistle may givesome idea of the zeal wjtli 'which the Presbyterians maintain 'their principles, and of the ecclesiastical parties into which they are divided : — Mary, and James, while Sovereigns1 alone of Scot land, were backed by the armies and navy of France ; and the utmost tyranny which they medilatod was our submission to that scheme of church government whereof the English are proud. .But with all their s rength, did they succeed in this attempt, poor and innocent,' if not praiseworthy, as at Oxford, it may be deemed ? Mary was driven from her thronr, and ul ritnately from her country, in the effort. .lamed was to pressed by the resistance, that he bowed to its. power, yjddinir a hypocritical submission to principl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROUGHAM AND CANNING. An Elegant Extract from "Attic Fragments." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

BROUGHAM AND CANNING. . An Elegant Extract from .', Attic Fragments. ' Such were the rival orators, who sat glancing hostility and defiance at each other, dining the carjy part of the session for 182S: — Brougham as if wishing to overthrow -the Secretary by a sweenino accusation of havintr abandoned all nrincinle for (lie sake of office ;? and the Secretary ready to parry the chnrgci 'nnd attack in his turn. An bpportniiity fit length offeied ; audit is the more wortlry of being recorded, as being the lost terrific pcrsiuia] attack previous to' that change in the measures of the cabinet; which, though it had ..been begun from the moment that fanning, Robinson, and Iluskisson came into office, was not at that time perceived, or at least admitted and appreciated. Upon that occasion, the oration of Brougham was, at the outset dis jointed ami ragged, and 'apparently wijhoiit aim or 'application. He careered over the whole- annals' of, the. world,: and collected every instance in which g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CoT^oNrAt Secretary's Office, May 5, 1826' HIS Excellency the Gpvfcinor has liee'n -pleased; to appoint Mr., James Raymond to be Coroner iu and for ihc district of Parramalta, in the room of Mr. John Eyre. By his' Excellency's Command, ' ', '^ . '- * - Aiicx. M'Leav.' ? Colonial ' Sccbetauv's Office, May 5, 182G.' TO he Sold' by' Auction, in the Lumber-yard,' on Wednesday next;the'. 10th instant, at 12 o'clock,' About 1500 lbs. of .wool, in five bales, ' . -— — A quantity' of flax seed, and - ' \ , ' ''''' ' A travelling chariot.1' ' ' ^ Tlie wool and chariot may; be inspected at% the_ ,Lumbcr-yard4 arid the flax seed at the Commissariat Stores. - '? * By 'his Excellency's Command, , '' , ; ,' - '. . Alex. TM'Leay. ? Council 'Chajiber, ApnU' 27, 182G. f I A'T aiSpcctal General Court of , the 'Corporation 'for' li tlijc T Management Kof,, Clergy .and ^School Lands,. Mr. Charles Cowper was i . disappointed, under, the Seal of the Corporation, their' Clerk*. ? ? '''...

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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

To the Editor of .The Australian. . Sib, ... . - ., -i. . ?. . ? IBEG.leavp, through the medium .of your Paper, to give publicity to the accompanying letters, and at4 the same time to state for general information, in contradiction1 to certain statement:* contained in' the -'Sydney Gazette- of last Saturday :?; — '..- ./ - 1st. It is not true that I resigned my office of Secretary to the Sydney Public Free Grammar School. ad. f never hea'rd Zlfr/ M'Arthur state that the books were kept in a slovenly and careless manner. ' I have enquired of several of the Trustees who were present on the occasion, and they have all assured ine^hey never heard those expressions stated by 'the Editor. of the Sydney Gazette to have been used. ' i , Sd. It is not true that I called upon the Editor of the Sydney Gazette the day following to jroquest he' would not say I hud re signed. I.called to inform him of what had taken place after his departure. . , -? ? ' ' 4th. Jit is 'not true that I informed the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

1 \ ' ' A NEW PLA.N. . '; i ' ' * 'Cheap' Go tuts for' remit/ Cash. O- -LEVEY will': hell' at reilti rV.l prices, hut for ?-?? '.ready nionyv white sugar by the bag, box, w Open green ten in.chests nifd hal? 'dfrto ' I Good-Motjha cbflVo by the bng Is. (Jd.''per Ib. '- . ?/ v Powder, stiqf, 'muskets, fouling pieces, ,aud sword* Windcvw-'glnss of sizes ' ' , ' ' 'l ' ' ? * Paints of colnrs( ' ' '-u \- -?.?', Large blankets -is. each ?' ;'?' 1 Large shoes for stockmen .'',?' ?Soap, saltpetre - '. \ ? ,,,. .V*« Axes, mortice ditto . . Shcot lead and copper' Arrow loot, with soft goods ; vly. ? ' , '. Widecnlien, shirting, sheeting, broun Holland,', n'rintg «?« hrics, muslins, ladies' caps fa'sluonably trhimied, acabcof.nM 'linery of the ?newest fashion ? , . ?' ., ''.''ij1', Old crusted port, Madeira' wine in half pipos- Cape ditto Hum 111 bond, with a variety of other goods, ex Cape Packet ' N. B.— Large pi-U Irom 1 itJo_40_e»»TciH5. at Cd. per lb. ' ? ON SALE; WA.'B. SPARK'S. MaurUnT...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Sunday last, the Colonial schooner Darling, Captain Dowsett, from Port DalrypleV She touched at Preservation.Island, to,g.e't*\vaier. 'Lading*, 1000 bushels of wheat, wool, uotatoes.'and sundries. Yesterday' arrived the cutter - Speedwell; 'Captain^ James, from Port DalrymphLin eight days) ' Hading,* wheat,' wool, and su'ndries; ' -? . - The cutter Governor Arthur had' arrived- at Port Dalrymp'le when the Speed well 'saile'd. k V'V'* ' The Leander, the Sun, and the John Shore' sail this' ]day. - ' ( ' '' ? -' ' ' -'?? ' 'V' ? ; .The Mangles 'positively sails'to-hiorrow;*- is 'After sun-set, yesterday evening a'brig' entered '-the Heads. ? No report of her name, &c. had reached the Nava.l Officer at an advanced hoifr of the evening.' 'She was. thought to be the' brig'. -Venus. - -* ' ? ' ?' \ J. ,'r

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. David Jones was charged with being a runaway from the Government Establishment at Bathurst ; this man had been employed on Government duty, between Bathurst and Sydney, and had only a few months since on a conviction of forgery, had his original sentence of transportation further extended, to a term of three years. Fancying that his person was not over and above well-known at head quarters, he left off rusticating, deserted the government establishments about Bathurst, and established himself in town here. But the police, in spite of all his sagacity, found a way to trace him out, and bring him up before the Principal Superintendent ; on examination, Jones con- tended that it was his impression the Bench had   not power to adjudge a sentence of transportation,—   this only being reserved for the Quarter Session, and that under this idea, he had come to head quarters, (though certainly without leave from any proper au- thority,) to learn th...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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A VISIT TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. (Extracted from Letters addressed by the writer to his friends in Albany. South Africa.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

A VISIT TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND., (Extracted from Letters addressed by the writer to his friends in Albany, South Africa.) (From the South African Advertiser)   We have this week inserted part of an article on Van Diemen's Land, which affords, we apprehend, the most impartial view of the situation of the settlers in that Colony, which has yet been given to the public. The picture is far from being a flattering one ; but it is from the life, and its fidelity may be relied upon. The writer is a gentleman of high character — person- ally unconnected either with Australia or South Afri- ca— who, after spending a few months among his friends in Albany, visited Van Diemen's Land on his way to the East. The details now furnished from his correspondence were written without the slightest idea of being laid before the public, and simply with the view of enabling some of his Albany acquaintances to judge whether their situation would be improved or otherwise, by exchanging the banks...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 10 May 1826

The introduction of a sterling' com into the Colony, it was conjectured, by most people, would prove fa-' voi-ablc to'the general intertsta of the community, and ffivc satisfaction to everybody. Viewed as a simple tact, none couia regara u in a ainerenc iigni: ior though changes in the circulating medium may occa sion partial inconvenience, yet this it might reason ably be expected would be more than counterbalanced by the advantages derivable not only froin the estab lishment of a fixed standard,; but. also -from- assimilat ing the currency of the Colony to' that of the Mother Country. But the Colony has already suffered enough to be convinced of tlia fallacy of the general principle and to see how much the goodness of a measure, or, the policy of, a new rule depends upon collateral, cir cumstances.. This question respecting the currency is well worthy the attention of the thinking part of the community, and merits the fullest discussion. How ever desirable it may be to have sterli...

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