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LAID ON. BUT TIME OF SAILIND NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839
LAID ON,. BUT TIME OP SAILING NOT FIXED, Despatch. for London,. in all February-Street. agent L'rd Eldon, for London, in all February-Mouteriore & Co., agents Alfred; for London. 17th March -Walker & Co., agents Portland, for London. in all March-Ollrhrist &S Co., agents Lotus, for Liverpool-Gore & Co., Agents Governor Bourke, for the fishery-Grose, agent Francie Spight,. for Hoklanga-Flower, agent Eueretta. for Londnn, Botts. agenet Glenberrie, for London--Monternre & Co., agents. Maory. for tile ilkhery-Hugh-and Hosking. agents Nimrod, for New Zealand--Daere, agent Peraseerance, for Liverpool direct, in all March Bagster. agent Achille, furSouth Seas. Curtis agent. 2'artar. for Batavia, Kenworthy & Lord agents. * Doaid for Bay of Islands-Monteflore & Co. ageats Catherine Jamieson. for London. I. Moore. agent Jaoes Laigr. for Port Phillip,-Grbse agent Eliau Frances, for the fishery. Captain Lawson agent Alexander Hrenrv, for t...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839
NEWS OF THE DAY. ~'Governmneat notice of date the 26th u'timo desclibes certain portions of crown land, numbered 79 to 11, .in v4rious counties, and certain town allotments numbered 142 to 179, which, when measured, will be pot up 'for sale on an early day `thereafter. Also of certain town aillotmentsat Port Phillip, nuibered 54 to 104. which will be sold on Thurs-' "lay, the 14th instant. A new list of charges for impolunding at 'Parra. " nmatta is published ilnthie last week'sollicial 7azette. Tenders nre required-to be sent in before the 26th " instant fur supplying forage'for the mounted pul ce at Jerry's Plains. Constables -At Maitland, Peter Riley is suc ceeded by Humphrey Murphy. At Paterson, W. &nbsp; Scammnel is succeeded by James Wool. At Bathurst. John Rogers is appointed constable. At Butter wick, Hopkins is dismissed ; and Roe is succeeded by SMcNeil. Tenders are required to be sent in before the .25th instant for building aRourt.lhouse at Raymnoud 'Terrace A Co...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839
Births. On Sunday mnrning last, Mrs. E. Phlillips, of Park-street, of a son. On Thursday, the 31st January, at the residence of Charles Roberts, Esq., Mrs Thomas Roberts, of &nbsp; Cabramatta, of a daughter. On Sunday evening, at the residence of Mrs. Ranclaud, Mrs. Alfred Elyard, of a son. On Sunday the 3rd instant, at Clareville, Mrs. Henderson, of a daughter still born. Deaths. At Queanbeyan, on the 30th January, aged 2 months, Annla Maria, youngest daughter of Captain &nbsp; Faunce.
LAUNCESTON GENERAL PRICE CURRENT, JAN. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
LAUNCESTON GENERAL PRICE CURRENT, JAN. 24. Ale, Burton per barrel £7. Strong Pale, other brands per hhd. £5 5s, Durlar's in bottle, per dozen 13s, other brands 12s 6d-Brandy inabond 5s-Bark, wattle per ton £4, chopped £4 7s-Cigars, Manilla per 1000 in bond £1, tlavannah £2 11s 6d-Cheese, English Is 2d,Sydney Is-Coffee per lb 1 id-Cordage per cwt £2 2s-Gin, pale in hand 4: 9d, case, four gallons4-5ths £1 Bs-Hama, Yorkshire per lb lid, Westphalia lid--Hops, Kent per lb (growth of 1837) Is 8d-iron, bar assorted per ton £16, hoop per ton £116, nail rod ditto £16-Lead, sheet per ton £36, pig per ton £8 Ba-Leather, sole per lb 10d Oil, sperm per tun £75-Pitch, Stockholm per barrel £1 10--Potter, Taylor's per hlsd £5 15, other £5 16s-Pork, Irish per barrel £5-Rice, Java none-Rum, B. P. proof, in bond per gallon'5s -Salt, Liverpool pet ton £7-Soap, Hawes' Lnndon per ton £48, Liverpool £45-Sugar, flaulatits per ton £3?, IndiLt £40, refined loaf per lb 9d-Tar, Stuckholm per barrel none, coal ...
MANIFEST OF THE FRANCES CHARLOTTE, With the names of the Shippers in England preceding each consignment. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
MANIFEST OF TIlE FRANCES CHARL.OTE, Ifith the names of the Shipperr in Fngland preceding each" consignment. Hlodgkinson and Co.. 17 cases British goods-P. W. Flower, 4 cases British msnefactures-Devitt and Co. 17 packages British manufactures-Henry Gill and Co. 14 casks Teneriffe wine, 400 gals-Devitt and Co..transferred from Glenteraie, J. B. King, 7 crates 4 packages. l -box British manufactures--Devltt and Co. 85 ashbars--Smith, Elder. and. Co.-s cases books. Dcvctt and Co.--16 packages cottons and linens-F. K. Bomersall, linens and cottons mixed, value £?lsio, liT1 bars 5s bundles iron, I box tin plates, 105 bars 17 bundles Iron, 2 boxes tin plates, 7 sheets lead. 2 coils rope, I knatted package 1 cask - .harecl 2 barrels a jugs, 2 eases I cask 15 bulndles spades, 4 casks 6 Jugs rm jars 4 boxes c:own window glass, in boxes German atult glass, 4 cases 2 casks 2 bundles spades. 2 cases I cask I basket 2 kegs 422 5000 slates, 7 trusses 4 bale 2s trusses I case I truss 2 trusses oo0...
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. ALEXANDER HENRY, 300 tons, Capt. James Lawson, agent and owner, at Duke's Wharf, dis chargi ng. ALFRED, barque, 716 tons, Flint, master, Walker, & Co. agents, at their wharf, taking in wool for London. ARGO, brig, 169, Billing, master, Dawes agent in Cove. loading for Hobart Town. ACHII.LE&lt;, bark, (whaler) 195 tons, Lee, master, Curtis agent--?f Patent Slip, refitting for South Stas.. ANDROM.lACHE, ship, 468 tons, New master, Walker & Co., agents-in Cove dischalging. AVON, brig, 250 tons, Cole master and owner-at Pl'ttman's Wharf. lisclharging. BOYNE, ship, 61l9 ton-, Iichardson, master, in streatt, Rsiclardson, agent-for sea. COLONIST, .harque, 361 tons, Cownman, master, A. B. Smith and Co. agents-at Ctampbell's Wharf, dlicharging. COLUMBIIAN. barqge, 275 tons, Wakehatm, Inns ter, Aspinal & Co. agents-at the wharf, loading for Liverlpool. CATHARINE JAMIESON, bark,306 tons, Hutch inson master, P...
Colonel Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
Colonelr Wilson. The folloTing are some of the mis.-sttements tn the report o the matter of Captain O'Connelln's servant, that have Appeared in papers whose reporters were not in at tendance : I. It Is notstruethatColonel Wilson gavetheilrst offence by-calling the convictb aessed scea?rels-the contrary was Sworn to by two k"e men, aua three other free wltnes~ can be produqed ifonecessary, to swear the same. 2. It Itot true that Qolobal Wilson told Toddhe should have hisback skinned. 5. It is rot true thattlee men were at work at the road, or at all.--The contrary has been proved in the most positive manner. 4. It is not true that the behaviour of Todd was per. -fectly decorous until ifter Todd was taken into custody ; nor was any thing of the kind shown by Colonel Wilson .and his witnesses. Colonel Wilson has given no evidence yet. but his witness proved the insolence of Todd,-whlich caused his being taken into custody. 5. It is not true that the men made room,?or they were not in t...
VESSELS CLEARED OUTWARDS, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
VESSELS CLEARED OUTW *tR DS, ' Argo, for Hobart Town, No passengers. Boyne, for Bombay. No passengess. Pero, for Calcutta. Nb Palsengers, David, for New Zealand. Passenger-Captaim W. Potts. The Hope sails on Snnd~.v for Manilla and Chlsae ha ving been chartered by Sir. A. Polack. The residue of the ice by the 7"trtar. atl ' dis posed of on Wednesday last. and at such a igqtabha able rate, that we certainly think the purchaser hisl not burnt his finger by the bargain. It is intended we understand, on the return of the Tartar to the colony, to ballast her again with thesaanecoinmodlitr We are glad to notice, that Captain Gatrnhy, whii it will be recollected, for many years commandrd the tine old.Nmnfulh, which broke away from tirre anchors in a gale, and was lost on the next oakt of Sonth Aterica, has been appointed to the orolov ntand of the Argyle,a fine vessel helonulng tolthe same owner, namely, Thos. Ward Esq., Londoi '. The Hope and Lord Eldon, have nearly comepletrd. their ladi...
ANSWER :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
ANSWER: It has been sworn-to, that Colonel ?'ilsoni did call the stan c' a d--d scoundrel;" and also that lie threatened ", he should have his back skinned." It was certainly contradicted on oath. Neverthe. less it may be true. In conflicting testimony, we must look to circumstances. It is said, that the affirruative is by convicts, and the legative by free men. But all convicts do not commit perjury, or why hang free men on their evidence ? Neither do all free persons swear truly, or why is perjury by them so common in the Courts of New South Wales ? If the allegations of the witnesses be tried on probabilities, the known, we might say notorious violence, of Colonel Wilson towards his Constables and his servants, and to all who oppose him at any time with any thing like lIEnglish stubborness or pertinacity (Andrew - to wit.) renders it ex tremely probable, that on such an occasion Colonel Wilson would use the language attributed to him. Whether the men were at work, or not at work,...
FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
FOR BALE, FREIGHT, OR CRARTER. "Louisa. brig, for Pale-Aspinall & Co., agents Iorpe, barqule, Greaves, master, for freight, or cbharfl I). Egan, agent Susan, ship, for freight or charter-A. B. Smlith, agens
Sir George Arthur & Lord Glenelg. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
Sir George Arthur & Lord Glenelg. It is asserted in letters from England, arrived in Hobart Town, that Colonel Arthur has.lent Lord Genelg a fewv thousands. We must say, we do not believe the report. A just hatred of Colonel Arthur will not justify revenge,. and we think it likely, that revenge is the author of this report. To borrow money in itself is no disgrace. But if a Govet nor by jobbing in a Colony in land, and expending the public money on wharfs, roads, and .bridlges, near to his land, accumulate a fortune independently of the savings of his salary, and 'then lends his gains to a Minister who is in the habit of puffing him off'in the House of Commons, and screening him from public enquiry, such a transraction would be most-venal and disgsaceful to the Minister.
LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
LAtI ON. BUT TI? E OF o AILIND NOTF PIXRI. Despatch,. for London, In all Febroary-Street; agsat Lord Eldan, for London, in all Febrary--Montellere & Co., agents - Alfred, for london, 17th March-Walker & Co., agents Portland, for London. in all March-Gtlehrist & Co, " agents Lotus, for Liverpool-Gore & Co., Agents Governor fourke, for the fishery-Groat, agent Francis Spalght. for Hoklanga-Flower, agent Ewereltta. for London--Botto. agent i Glenberukc, for London-Montetlore & Co., agents IMary, for the flshery-ilughrsand Hlosking, agentls Ni,nrod, for New Zealand-Dnaere, agent IPerseverance, for Liverpool direct, in all March-: Bagater, agent chilles, for South Seas-Curtis, agent Tartar. for Batavla--Kenworthy & Lord agent. Catherine Jamieson. for London --H. Moore, agegt Ellen Framnes, for the fishery-Captain Lawson agent 1 Alexander lHenry, for tile South Sea--CaptainLaywson, owner and agent lamniltodl Ross, for the Maunritius, vis the...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The following vessels will sail this day, if the wind be fair, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
PROJECTED DEPA ItTU'RES. The following vessels will s?ilIthi day, if the wind be fair,; nfone, for Bombay-Captain Richnrdson, agent flnlde. for Sloth Sens LStreet, agent N'orA lBriton, for Souribaya--isIw, agent The following essaels have biht their auile, Hope, for 'London-Montefore l Co. agents Ilurleqatn, for New Zealand-Petersou, agent a: irl l)D*rham, for lokianga-A. It. Spark, agent Poao. for Ring -eorge's Sound and Calcutta-Capt. Gray, agent Margaret, for India-tlonteflore & Co., agents James Laing. for Port Phillip-Orose, agent David, for the Bay of Islands-Monteflora &Co.,agents Thefollouwing wessels have mearl Jfinished loading and ill": soon 6end mail. Jol n Pine for South Auistralla, 1Oth Fob.-A. B. Spark, agent Marian Watson, for Hobart Town-Egan, agont William, for Launceston-Andersoin, agent
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
TO CORRESPONDENTS. We begtoinform the Editors of the Adelaide Jonrnals, TLat the Parland bronght news a week later than by the Wail. Hence the Joarnals'here are precluded from giving -he latest inteligence i and fill their Jonrnals with ship. ping and other intelligence not so late by a week as pri rate individuals in Sydney have received. We have so -oten complaiued of the negllgence of our Adelaide con. temporarles on this head thatwe begin to despair of their reformation. Their clerks ought to be dismrsns for their -continued negligence in this respect.. Srusar MuoNruem Orvic, 4th February, 1539. ?.i Om m a user s
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Mechanics' School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
SYNEY MONITOR L COMMER§IAL AIVERTISER FRIDAY MORlNING..FEBRUARY 8, 1839. Nothing erlanuate., rnor uttght set dows in malicc. -Mechanics' School of Arts. 'Tle following resolutions will show tle increasing imporlalnce and prosperity of this institution. 'I'The Rev. Mr. armichael, the late Dr. Bland, Dr. Nicholson, and a f-w others whose names we cannot call to mind, and who will excuse our lack of m:mory, laboured in thisinstituti on mauy'years under the greatest possible discouragements. Many times in its earlier progress did we think it would sink under its many difficulties. The Rev. Dr, Lang rendesesd it unpopular with that portion of the religious world, who pin not only their faith, ,hut all their public conduct, on the sleeves of their clergy, by brandingr it with infidelity. Other enemaies in the garb of friends, and many real friends 'from.prejudicc arid personal conceit and vanity, worked against its prrosperity in other ways. Amid sill these dkiscouragerents, theRev. H. Ca...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. JAN. 16, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
ADELAIDE PFIICE CURRENT. . JAN. I6, Ale, DubCrd's per dozen, IGs to LI, London, per hhd, £9 to £10, Ashby's, per barrel, £9 to £10, Colonial, per hhd, £7 to £8.-Uleef, per tierce, £6 to £9, fresh, per lb, lid to Is 4d.-Butter, per II,, fresh, 3s to 8s Gd, salt, 2s 3d to 2. 6d.-Coflee, per lb, 9d to 1s.-Candles, per lb, aWoulds, is S~t, dips, Is, wax, rs Gd t, 4s.-Casks, oil, per tun, £4 to £G Cedar, per foot, Gd to 9d.-Cheese, per-Lb; English' is 4d to Is 6d, Colonial, In Id to Is 4d.-Deab, per foot, 9d to Is.-'lour, colonisl.per 100 Ibs, 6£1 1 to £l 15.-Hams, per Ih, Is 34 to ls 6d--HoI, per Ib, 2s 6d to 3s 4d.-ray, per ton £9 to £10... Iron, per ton, £18 to £20.-Maize, per bushel, 6s to 8'. -Mutton, fresh, per lb. lid to lI-Oil, sperm per gal. 12s,.black,2s 6d to Sia d.--Porter, per do 16 to. £1. London, per hhd, £9 to £t0,eolonid per hhd, £7 to£8.- Pork, per barrel, £5 10ito £6 -Potatoes., per ton, £12 to£1G.-Rice. perib, 2d td'6d.-Soap, English, per lb, 6d to 7d.--spis, per gall...
South Australia. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
South Australia. S ?MPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. January O1-The barque Soeratea, M'Taggart, commander, frosm Launceston, with sheep,' &c. Janmary 10-The Orleana, 700 tons, A 1, A. Cameron, from Liverpool, with passengeis and general cnrgd. January 17- The barq.ue Induo, 422 tons, Capt, Clark, from .Dundee, with passengers and -general cargo. The Veret was w to sail for Sydney immediately after the Parlanld. The following is, we'believe, a correct list of the arrival of sheep this year:-Britannia, 700 from Launceston: Black Joke,800 from ditto; Parland, 1500 fonm Sydney; Soeratea, 600 from Launceston. The Cliildrens, with 1500 from Launceston, may be daily expected. We understand the sheep by the Parland have been sold at 82s. each, half wethers half ewes.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH. The Vice-Admiralty Court was adjourned sine die. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 February 1839
1VED1P.sDAV, FEBRUARY ?TH. The Vice-Admiralty Court was adjourned s.ie die. Before His Honor the Chief Justice and a Miltary Jury. Henry Harder, who was committed some weeks sinee to take his trial for asanlti,.? and ilolating the person-of Mrs. Mary Stewart, alias Al'Callumn, on the Queen's highway, near Annandale, was placed at the bar;.a militaryjury was,sworn in. After a minute investivation of all the circnumtances the Jury retired, and after cnnsidering the evidence against the prisoner for more than an hour, they re. turned-finding the prisonerguilty. He was remanded for sentence. The prisoner endeavoured td invalidate the testimony of Mlrs. Stewart. by in inuating, that she was, and had ken for a length of time, livllta in a state ofeoniculidage with various persons. His Honor staterl. tlha. tihe law afforded protection to the most degradedn f women, and if the jury were satisfied of the ptli~nnet' having committed the rape, they were hound to find him guilty. The evi. dence...