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GEORGE THE THIRD [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

,GEOROG TUe THIRD Of a narrow understandintg, which no culture had enlarged; of an obstinate dis position, which no education, perhaps, could have humanised; of strong feelings in ordinary things, and a resolute attach ment to all his own opinions and predilec tions.t eorge IlI. po=sessed much of the firmness of purpose which, being exhibited by men of contracted mind without any descrimina ion, and as pertinaciously when they are in the wrong as when they are in the right, lends to their characters an ap pearence of inflexible consistency, which is often mistaken for greatness of mind, anti not seldum received as a snbstitute for honesty. In all that related to his kingly office. he was the slave of as deep-rooted a selfiahness as his son ; and no feeling of a kindly nature ever was suffered to cross his mind whenever his power was concern ed, either in its maintenance, or in the manner of exercising it. Few princes have been more exemplary in their domestic habits, or in the offic...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Royal Portraits. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

Royal Portraits. .BY LORD' BROUGHAIM. The follno in; -portraits of deceased members of the lious- of 'lunswick are taken from the last number of the I'din. but, h Rev ew. Lord Bioughanm isthe .re pured artist. TuE DvUic or Y70 asi. The Duke of York's live afifftir here not to be justilf d; yet from ibhetehelres of corruption, he.w:ss.vompletely cleared-: ,nor could any onelivin believe him guilty of mtoe connivance at the jobs about:" him than might well be necrbed- to the careless habits of an. e~x retnely good natured ttin ,of less than the ordinary measure of acute ness and sagacity. Against this was ;wil itingly set .byhis friends, and readily adinit ed by the world at large, the admirable dis positions of that Prince,-his kindness of tetuper, his affection for his friends, his regard for his word generally the undevia Zing integfiLy of his dealings in private life, his-en'ire want of all pride, and singular ex .euWption. Iromn the coinmmon failings of .primces in the intercours...

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TO THE MAGISTRATES & OTHER GENTLEMEN, WHO IN AN ADVERTISEMENT HAVE CALLED A PUBLIC MEETING OF THE COLONISTS TO BE HELD IN SYDNEY ON THE EIGHTH OF FEBRUARY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

.TO THE MAGISTRATES & OTHELI EN - TLEMEN, WHO_ IN AN ADVERTISE MEN' HAV CALLIeD A PUBLIC MEET ING OF THIN COLONISTS, TO BE IIEILD IN SYDNI4YON.THiE EIGHTH:OF' FE BRUARY NEXT. GENTLEMEN, |Ia the Petition which you have' conditionally adopted, there is a certein great principle or fact oinitted. which I consider essential. In the frl lowing draft of a petitin, that principleisewbodied. If you should from the two. letitions now offered to your consideration, flameaone which shall contain the principle just mentioned, I shall be very happy to see it moved enJ carried by you. If not, I intend, with due respect and deference to you, as the laud. able promotersofa Public Meeting forsoinspomtant a purpouse, mvwthe fol lowing Memorial as an amend mean on the one you msy f iailly determine upon.. I asn. Gentlemen, Your most.obedicitt hucible servant, E. S. HALL.

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Cruelty in the Sydney Jail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

fCrueity in the Sydney Jail. * A young emigrant of most repectable family in England, a late arrival, was lately committed for Its ian, on a charge of procuring a smtall sum of money on fase pretences. We know the case. and although tye think he ought to he sent to raial, yet we think he will be able to make such a defence, as will *cgu.e an acquittal. ()n being taken to jail (for having no fviends, .olbody offired to bail him) the young emigrant eras put itt irons; just the same as if lie had been sit Norfolk Islatid, or committed some _serious ieluiiy. - ""The reason is,. that the jail is insecture. We ask the judges. the visitors, asnd legal over secrs of out jails to pr. vent oppression, if this he a just reason for viwiting men with a severity not practised in E.ngland, atd contrary to every prin ciple of law and huntttity ? What is it to the stfferer that the jail is not secure? WPly is it -not -secure? Why are individuals to suffer needless ,turtttre and degradation because G...

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The Emancipists & Rowell's Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

The Emancipist& Be Rowel's Club. The following is an extract from the. report, of the Transportation. Comnmittee'of the House of *eoniznuhs, as drawn up by Sir Wi'ilisis Moles osth,. .,the Chairman, anod otdered 1hy the Conunitteeto be printedspiorotempre.n seorder to its being-laid before f rull meeting of the Committee to be approved .oruioended £Anally, as. might be the sense of the .nisjority. We wias Mr.Jameo.M'trtiur joy "it the .svract. Thu E.sancipistswill Gee, that the Conu nortis will never consent io" degrade thetl y poli ticial degradation without a trial. i 'The object of the anolemanslplste is, to maintain at. wpeclsuivo .,eavte. by denying to persons who -hasy' bs~een prisoners of tho Crown, somte s'f thesnoat valnabto y~o~tcfcs rItIits: in the opinion of this faction, the con Spt ~ree pnultOO hod notbe n um te o t h oe wf o of h New Sooth Wales, die; be.COnfine4d those who hays never beenai n bonds. -Some- of the_ nember5 of "this party are. persons. ouibn *b...

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Great Tranquillity of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

Great Tranquillity of Ireland. From the Alurninig Chronicle. The Tot y papers, which never mins an opportuni ty of laying hold of any circumstance which can by potsihility be mWade the -grounidwak of ccunsation against the ptipulatiin if Iteland, have carefully avoided dtawing attention to the striking fact, that the Munster Circuit, embhrcing the at isi Catholic ciuntios rl t Conk, Clare, Lhnericlt, and Kerry, and cmtnprisitr a population of nearly Iwo mnillimtes, has trtensinated without a siigle cont ietion. And this, It isto be observed, without an allegation, or the hint of a suspicion, that the course of public Jns tice has, in a single instance, or in any manner, or to uny extent whatsoever, been obstructed or per. verted. No want of prosecutors, no dearth of wit nesses. no imrpeachtment of the courace or prolity of jut ors. This is the counery which riot has marked for its own, and murder and treason have got 1tossvssion of in free-sisle > Let the Tories werp and gnash th...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

Police News. A native of Sincapnre was unet by a man near the Tht'tce on .Matntday night, between the hours of ten and eleven o'ceLk, who accosted him and said he could speak his languseo'. The Sincapote min replied very well. If he.covtd .peak it he had beittr ti y, when he conf ssvd he had-quite forgotten it, It was so long since he had Jelatnt it, but instantly snatched a si-k pocket handketchief, containing four shillings in ,,ilver, tied up in one corner. When pursued by a-constable, lie threw away the handker chief and put the money in his pocket, where, upon asetuhling him, it was found. -He was com aitted the the offence on Monday. Mary Armnstrune, an acted female, -and a man named Jiseph Siith, wete cchareed by Inspector Ityin with indecent conduct on the South Head road, on Sunday last. They were severally lined £5 oni costs In default of payment, to-be imprisoned n Her lMajesty's.gaul for two months. On Saturday, Archibald MtDonnell, a tailor, was observyed by M1rs. Qmn, ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

aZAfY. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSU1NQ BEES. JA4UAtT. than WATZR. Ri., IMorning Eveninig Rises. ISets. 1%~,dneaday 23 I h 15m 3A SMm S S 6 55 i7hursday 24 2 30 3 6 5 6~ 6 -51 . Friday 25 3 3 2 4 0 3 7 6 53 Saturday 27 540 .615 5871 '5 Su y 27 156 40 83 57 6 52 MWundoy 58 0 46 7 20 5 9 6 5 5Iuerdý.y 29 7 741 I:80' 5.0 6511

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Transportation Committee of the House of Commons. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

* SfDNEY MONITOR $ COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WI.DNESDAI MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1839.1 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in sumttee. Sn AKEar&ARtP. Transportation Committee of the House of Commons. (From the Times of 12th September.) The report of the Committe of the .douse of Commons appointed to consider of the punishment of transportation has just appeared. We have de v ted a considerable space to-day to the insertion of a portion of it, to which we diiect the attention of the reader. The report concludes with the sub joined resolutions,-which embody, in fact, the sub stance of the report itself, if indeed such vague and alemot unmeaning suggestions can be said to have any substance at all. The fftir resolution, with the air of propounding something very benevolent and wise. contains mere twaddle. 'What is meant by the solemnly announced proposition that , it would be advantageous to establish a plan by which a convict might receive encouragement to leave the country, by whi...

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

£'a chIp* eIitrorologirai r!abic. YAKlATIONS OF TrHERMIOMETERt. WIVDS, &c. TnLRM O)ITE8 1 IvIO, WZAThZAa Wedln. Ian. 1ll 80 84 80 SW Cloudy T~fulollay 1i $0 811 7.3 SW Cloudy F ~iday 18 C03 ;4 71 SW ICloudy NA. uiday 1ll d0 7:1 ;3 NW Clear Sunday~ 2'1 711 81 -4 NW IClear Monuiday 2l 80 84 84 INW S lot wind Tuesaely 22 71 91 84 NW IHot wInd Mean Temperature. ;;°

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

FUnrous ATTACK o V Ma. Vtx Asmnunol op ASTLaY'S AsripmssrsEATRE, flY ovsi OP 151 Tiloi'i.-Siiice Wed. nesday last, the. principal topic of convcr"ation In the theatrical worib has been, thc furiouo attack made upon Mr. Van tmburgh, whose exhibition (at Antley s Royal Amphithcatre) of lions, tigers, leopards, and other animals in the forest scene. is the grand Zoological spectacle en. titled the Lion Tamer of Pompeii, which has excited witbin these few days past no much publlic attention. From the informalin obtained ycsterdsay from an authen tic source, it appears, that on Wedneoday last, while the rehearsal was going no is the circus of tise theatre, Mr. Van Amburgh, wishing one of hsis tigers to perform a certain fdat'whnls the aninal swas either unable or unnil meng to acdcmplish, had resource to severe corpmoreat apunioshent, which chastisement hoeinflicted with a large haorhsewhip. Smarting under the pain ofthe i lash, the animal becamse incensed, sod suddenly sprang iitin Mr. ...

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English Extracts. ASTLEY'S AMPHITHEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

Engish 'T itracts. ASTLEY'S AMPHITHEATRP.. Among the sights which philosAphers ought to see, and little boys. is the exhibition at Astley's, whlich nightly. introdocelslArAtnburgher and his wild beasts. Themarch1 of intellect has made astonishing progrcss amoog.t th natlves of the desert; and oven thc hywena, which we used to be so Confidently told s never roo tamed," lae n derstood to have submitted under the novelty of good usage. The plot of the drama which introduces Mr Am btrgher, is of little consequence, He is a asulish chief, who having resisted the power of llomesand'bqeln taken prisoner, is ordered to hcdissected by wild beasts. Attha ptropser pqrtod, ithe breadthi of thse ntage is seen occupied by a large, cage, divided into twvo apartmcots, containing lions, lioness, tigress, and leopards i19 a drop-scene pre vintialy exhibited, the nuitaier it made to amount to ten I which is probably correct. Into one of these divisions the Gaulish chief entered quietly by the door. MC...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. None. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

,Ajipping *ntelligenct. ARRIVALS. None. D)EPARTURE$. On Sunday, the B ariqio ligea. 328 tons, Captain Hannah, for London, with C.rooniaI Produce. On Monday, the schooner Abercromahie, 143 tons, Capt. Craw, lot Port Phiiiip, with sundriea.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

IMPOUNDINOS, From the Government Gazette of Wednesday the 19th January. Impounded at Narellat,, One flea-bitten grey Mears, branded on near side inder the saddle DO, B underneath' or DL, B underneath, and on off aide2, havingadun coloured female foal at her foot, star on forehead, no brand, apparently about slit weeks old; if not claimed they wll be soldon Tuesday. the 5th day February next at noon, for the purposes specified lo the Act of Council: -J. Lacy, Pouodkeeper.-l~th Janusry, 1839.-[lea. lImpounded at the Old Bong Bong Pound, two Mlares description as follows -Ose chesnut mare, switch tall, small atar on forehead, lightly speckled on the back' branded on the iear shoulder W, both knees broken. O0e black mare, star on forehead, branded on the hoar side under the saddle 110, tall cut short, sehets on the back supposed tube done by ithe saddle, near foot behind white One brindtle snail hurnted bullocke, brantded ono the off fllp Wt within a circle, ribs branded same, abort tal...

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GEORGE THE FOURTH [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

'G£OR0B ~s r rvO nRTI "George `Prince of 'Wales had Been I educated after the manner oz all princes whose School is the palace of their inces tors, whoselteacher is boundless prosperity, whose earliest and most cherished associate is unrestrained self-indulgence. and who neither among their companions form the acquaintance of any equal, nor in the dis cipline of a seminary ever taste of control. The regal-system of tuition is indeed curi ously suited to its purpose, of fashioning men's minds to the task of governing tht'ir fellow creatures-of training up a naturally erring-and sinful creature to occupy the most arduous of ill human stations, the one most requiring habits of self-command, and for duly hiling which, all the-instruction that man can receive,-and all thevirtue his nature is -capable of practising, would form a very inadequate qualitication. Thi' system had upon the Prince of Wales pro duced its natural effects in an unusually ample mteasuse. He seemed, indeed, to ome " ...

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TO THE HONORABLE THE COMMONS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. The Memorial of Members of Council, Magistrates, Landholders, Merchants and other free inhabitants of New South Wales, as agreed upon at a Public Meeting, held in Sydney, the 8th February 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

TlO' TPHE II OR'OABC~i THFT' COMMONS OF 'Itflit UN[I'EEQ KINGDOM' IN' PAR LIAs'ESNT ASSEMBLIco. The &dfmorial of Members of Cauncil, Mainstrates, La4/soldera, Merchants and other free inha. billdts of'iNew South Wales, as agreed upon at a' Public Afeeting, held in Sdahey, tike' 8th February 1839. Modr 'HUMBLY Sunwasre, That your M'morislists havinig read the evi. denice and report of the Committee of your Hvnar. able House on Tiartnportation. humbly: lay berore you the. following.statemunts and suggestions. That experience. has shewn, that offenders after serving thei' sentences in the Penitentiaries and Jails of the Mbther' Country, are prone to return to their former associations-and purauits, in propot tion to the difficulty with which they may Abd a due reward for their industry. That the great demasnd for labour, in. New South Wl'ales secures this rewnird to the freed transport, more certainly than in the Mother Country. That the labour performed by'freed transports in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

"THE" MEiIOMA1L. 7 4IS is the title or heading of an advertise ni nset which lately appeared in the Austra lian 'sbedribed' by Mr. Kentish: and which' by mere u diddntAfdllowed a notice ofJJohn-BlazlTnd, Esq., M.C,, and other gentlemen callingaw pubtic meeting.on the8th February, to consider a-Pettion or Memorial to the House pf Commons, praying that theTransportation of Offenders to New South Wales, and their assignreidnt to indivihials, mirbht continue'; and then follows the'Peititidst or Met. morial, which it is announced' was- conditionally adopted by the teqgdisionists. The consequence has been, that thePublic have very naturallysupposed that the said Petition is the prod(uction of Mr. Kentish, asn1 ti ist' THE I Memorial,"' he-animid verts on, is- the Ptitli' or Msindriat which f'llows' the requisition af John Blaxlaud" Esq., and other gentlemen. And this natural conclusion receives-the strongest confirmation by the acc deutal fact, of Sir John Jamieson and other gentlemen's n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

SALES, BY AUCTION. hIERCHA1VDTSE. TO I1,l&i L-D'1BY k" JCTION, B Y" J. usT.. iW S 0113 At his Extepsivp Sale Rooms, 7,4George-street, at half- ast ten for slevei o'c k 'I1 I$ DI Y. SENES'DAY'; tO,23id of January5 ý ý9 ;itie Snderoseritioaied nerc eewhlcl' 'Wll -w thout. the least reserve, being to lsqe 'yn gtgnmneits, rflIRiTY CASES BOTTLED .FRUITS, 4 bales cardomoman 50 bundles Split. Rattan -100 boxesCigeralo bond ,Sheep and.Cattle Medicine Pistols - '52 casks Cider 'Tenerlife )Vine 20 cases Dunbar's bottled Lime Juice 109 cases Sherry . . $70 bags ..$ugar 28$4 ditto Rice 12 tierces Tobacco 47 kegs Colonial ditto 28 casks.liatnbro Pork 117 dijto.Irish ditto 220 dlitto prime Mess Beef ;o bolts 1, 2 3. Canvas '84 Ash.Oars 180 dozen Bottled-Porter 74 Ditto Ale 1000 ross7 Co&k -86 Hams {damaged) 4 Gigs, just completed 2 old ditto 50 cases Port 23 ditto Claret 80 oasks Deeon-Cider 28 oases English' Frniture Terms at Sale. To Builders, Cedar Dealers, &c. J. T. W ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

Birth.   On Monday last, at her residence, Prince-street, Mrs. S. W. Mansfield, of a daughter. Death. On the 22nd instant, at his residence, Mr. John West- gate, for many years Clerk of the Police Records, a man of upwright character, and indefatigable in his public duty.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 January 1839

MOZART.-The first opera on which Mozart's celebrity is founded, was composed under the powerful excite ment of love and ambition. He had laboured strenuously and successfully to gain honour and distinctlio, but had been sorely dhnappoiited in his prospects of solid advan tage from his taleots. in the eapitai of France, as well as in useeral places in bsis own country, he had met with neglect from the great, and malevolence from jealous rivals, and had returned, sickend anddisheartened, to his native Salzbusrg, whe his Sovereign, the archbishop of that city, called his to Vienna In ite Austrian capital his prospects brightened, and a new chrnm sas given to his existence by the society of an amniabie girl, Con . stance WVeber, a favourite young actress. He became passionately enamoured of ier, and she returned hiss love; but her parents would not consent to their untom, on account of his wanst of a settled situation in iifc. At this time the Elector of Bas-aria, wiio had aiready shown...

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