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ENGLISH NEWS. (WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

ENGLISH NiSWS.. fwEDNESbAY. MARCH 1 .) In the House of Commons last night, the Chancellor of the Exclipquer.^tated that the, Bank had consented to advance a sum iiot exceeding tlyee millions, by, way of; loan, on the deposit'of. eoods, the Government undertaking to renavitasa part of the debt (I no to lt'linm the public. We arc enabled from a high source ,. to give a correct statement -of tlre'-arrah'grments of tlie Bank, respeoting.tlie three millions granted for commercial relief, -and ?we aie the more anxious to give the full particulars, as the wildest reports are circulated in the city as to the details of this most -important measure'*^ The rtirnoui that 11b application less than one huh tired thousand pounds will be received, is quite errone . ous; any smaller amount, down to jfoOO, may be applied for, aud will, if the security be approved ^ of, be granted : and in 'place of one-half of the. value of the goods being advanced, as in the year 1793, two-thirds will be given. The...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS (THURSDAY, FEB. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LOHDd (Thursday- Feu.'s.Y j.iie,opeaKer, accompnnien ny tue Ueiulemnn ;V*»er. of 'he* -Black Itod, nnd : followed' by* a great nu'uib1i;r'-ofit)i» - Members, of the House of CftmtnonsV'entefed'tlie bli-u,se '. of-'Peers, when Lord Giflbrd read tlie'-Cn*m'nii5sion,'air(t-t.^ icmuius viic.xyiinj.a ojjrccn, wiiicM' vra-a'as loiiuws.;**-, . 1 *_ '? ' 1\fy Lords and Gentleman, 11 We are commanded by. his Majesty to inform you, \Uht lis Majesty ha3 seen With regret tUe emb,irras«inent'whjqh . lias occurred in ilii? prcuiwfiry'tr.ansnctinms of the country kinrc tlic-'clnsu'o(' ih? last Session of Pnrlinnienr'. ' 'I'liis onili.uiassinenc did not mise from nny pnljtiral . pyiji^sy. either at !iorm» or :ihrn:nt ; jt was not produced t-v any unexpected dcinniul upon the public, resources, nor by . tVie/Wippridieif&ion'-of any interruption to' Ihe gen era 1 tran quillity..- , i. /^ - ' * , 'Some of ihe^cMiises'to which this evil*' must be nttri hiMedsHe'w...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS (MONDAY, FEB. 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

K£- USE OF, '(JOJUJUOKS (Monday, Feu.^G.) 3\Ir. Secretary PEEL presented to the House a' copy of the Commercial ,Treaty concluded **and' ratified' between t his country *a'nd the 'government of 'Columbia, wjth the ad tW' iatial article. Also cocies of similar treaties with France j»nd the Hanseatic -Hepublics.- vThey were laid.on.the ta 1u!e. TheJRiaht tlon.^Gentleman likewise gave 'notice that he would, on,Tuesday,fthe 14th of February^ introduce a* Iiiil for tlicfurther 'regulating of' Juries — r.nd that he would on 'fuesilayj the- 7 th' of March, move for leave1 to bring' in a' Diifto consolidate and comprise* the whole'bf osr present J.ms 'relating to larceny and theft. — (llear^hear.) ' ' Mr.-WOOL-RfCa'WlI[TiVIOllS 'gave 'notice that ''he slmuldj'on Tuesday, the 20th instant, submit to the-House sj mikion on the 'subject of the Corn Laws. Sir-THOMAS LETHBEIDGE piesented a petition from the/' Silk ''Weavers and Manufacturers of the Borough of Taunton, }n .Soinersetbhire, sprayin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

' '.The English' Ne«\'s-papers of January, February, and beginning' of March,' have reached the Colony by The John Barry.. , They.con.tain: matters *of ;most' , inpmeh'tous interest, 'all. of -a 'gloomy description. ' The first and -great ' topic, which not 041 ly occupies 't.he, public mind, Wit most deeply 'affects the country, is »thc almost universal dislrcbs which pervades! ? the ' United Kingdom; particularlythe commercial interests or England. Distress presents -itself- in every -shape ; ' And Ibss or more presses upon all classes. .It 4s least 'severely felt by agriculturists;' but losses, arising from- failures, reach them individually, though as-a ' body they. appear to^be almost'exempt'-from-the geue ral shock, -and--to' be/suft'eri hg little in comparison tyith' mercantile' people.' Firms of .Merchants, firms of Bankers, extensive traders, and 'traders in a small way — those whose stability was unquestionable, who were thought able to withstand' any convulsion, have void...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 July 1826

EXECUTION. A more than unusual concourse of people was   attracted towards the gaol and places in its vicinity, in the forenoon of Monday last. an unfortunate female, with a man who had been her accomplice, were   destined on that morning to fulfil the dread sentence of the law, both of them having been convicted of,       robbing a man on the highway. At half past 9 the unfortunate people left the condemned cell, in which, with the rev. clergyman, Mr. Therry, they had been for some time previously preparing their minds by   religious exercises, for the awful and final scene which awaited them. The man, named James Connolly,   accompanied by the rev. clergyman, under sheriff and attendants, walked first, and was followed by his ill fated female companion, BridgetFfairless. They took   a direction along the terrace in front of the gaol, through the central passage which opens into the yard containing the fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

^''^TWENTy HOLLARS RK^^P- n .^ ?^TIIEREAS, EARLY ON S^f (JIlDAYMORlS V V i,,g the 8th instant,.a strong, DRAY, belong- h ing to .Dr.- Walker; oh' the Liverjiftnl-ntBcl, -vas fctoicn. from the cart-houss.; '; whoever will tfvv infonuauon oF tJie a? », ;v 'shall receive twcnty,.jd(ill»rs on ciinv'.clion :nf ihe,oltentief.. u , (lH'Uray being missed, it u.-i«= tiy.cccl t.j jht; P»nrh_mm'i, -^- *.irx»A'iir : — I'riutfU for the rroprietors, by Joun Lvnnr, ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

ANNO SEPTiarO, !? '.'' . GEORGII IV., REGIS. (No. 3.) * By his Excellency lieutenant General Ralph Daditjg,, Captain General an I Governor-in-cliief of the- Territory \ , f of New South Walei and its Dependencies, and Vjce', ' -- Admiral of the sanu, by and with the Advice of the' Legislative Council. , ? , _X,An Act'to repeal 'an Act intituled 'An Act to make Pro missory Notes and Bills of- Exchange payable in Spanish Dol lars available, as if such Notes and Bills had b'ecu drawn pay able in* Sterling Money of the Realm,' and to promote the ' circulation of S'.erlinc Money of Great Britain in New South -Wales.''] WHEREAS ITIS EXPEDIENT TO REPEAL . ,.,, an Act of the Governor in Council of the 5th year of his present Majesty, intituled '.An Act to make Pro . niissorv'Noies and Bills at' Exchange payable in Spanish Dol-' ~/, lar* nvfiilable~as if such Notes and Bills had been drawn pay able in Sterling Money of the I^ealm.' Be it therefore enacted-, ; by his Excellency* the Governor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Sjcoubtary's Office, July 7, 1826, No. r.'J2.) WH E II E AS IT I S NEC ESS A RY, T N O RDER to iMrry into effect, the instructions of his Miijesly's, Government, relative to the circulation of (British coin, tint all dues nml debts, piyalilc to Goveruim nt, should be paid in monies of a steihng denomination ; nncl, whereas it has^alrcady been nolifkd, 111 ubcriiencc to those orders, that all contract's ami engagements, entered into by Go\ernment, will be |-aid in ]5nlislr coin— his E\L.cllenby the Governor has been pleased tfj nrild, tliat aflei tho first day of Qctolicr next,' the payment of .ill dues and debfg, to Govrrnmont, shall be made in money of a ?iKrling'dciiQtnjnation ; nud notice is hereby given to all con cerned, Accoidmglv. - By His Excellency's Command, I - Albx. -M«Le\y. '' GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ' CptiONIAIi SDCHETAItVsOKl/ICn, JuiA' W, 1826. rT'IIE GOVERNOR (IAS BEES PLEASED 'TO ?*- 'ippiove of tjic following alterations in the Police : S--ln...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

SHIP -NEWS. On Wednesday, arrived the cutter Governor. Arthur^ - Jolm Hasscl master, frora Port Dalrymple tho ,*$tli instant. Laden jyith 95Q buslie/s of wlieat, 500 'kangaroo skins, and 28 hales of wool.- Passensiers — Lieut. Robertson, 92d ieut. Mr. J^eitb, iun. Mr. Lucas, and Mrs. Wise. Yesterday arrived the brig Jane Eliza, Captain Robt. Wal- lace, from Canton the 4th of May, Laden with 4000 packages   of tea, 550 bngs-of s,qgar,-and sundries. The shjp 'John Billl had left China five weeks before the Jane Eli^a, with a cargo of tea, sugar, and rice. ? Same day, arrived at Botany Bay, the brig Fame, jCfiptajn .Cromarty, from. Port Dalrymple — lading wheat, wool, sheep, and sundries. - ? s - ' '' *Ort Wednesday sailed -thc government schooner Isabella, for Port Macquarip. , . , ^ ? ' '' .Yesterday _thc(ColQn;Alr_^ooner_J5H7n^elhpand^M^,ry,_Mr., Joseph Underwood .owner,' for tho seal fishery. ' -r* '* ''v' To-morrow the Colonial- brig Glory, Captain Swindles, also for ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (JULY 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS: (i\ii.\ 13.) We have had no arrivals of wlieat pf any note from the in terim- for this month past, and it was expected at the last market that Irtgher prices might be realised to day. However, a large supply from the Derwent of good soundcrain,' lias at tracted the attention of the whole trade ; consequently the ex pectations , of the Settler have -proved futile) tliere being 'little al teration to notice. Maize and barley keep steady in piices. About 7,10 bushels of wheat were sold. - , Average Price of, W»'eat - 0^.6 7\ jjjttb'of niaize ,.«.-. O 3 0 , Ditto of Barlej . .- - 0 S 5 Fine Flour 2(is, 6d. per cwt, ? Sec'opds do. 25s. per do. -, Pollard, gs. 3d. per bushel. Bran, Is. 9d. ditto. '' v Potatoes, rl 2s. Od. per cwt. ; fowls; 3s. Od. per couple. Butter,'2s. 6d. per.lb.— Eggs, Is. 6d. per dozen ~ ' Cheese,. Is. 0d. per lb. As'sizc.price of bread six-pence per loaf. '' , Selling price fivcpcncc halfpenny to sixpence halfpenny. PRICE OP .HAY AND' STRAW'. Ifay, c...

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CRIMINAL COURT (Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

criminal Court —(jVhu\8$uycy William Webbrand Sarah, his wife, .were indicted for , feloniously stealing- in the d\velling--house, and 'putting in ^bodily fear the person of Catherine Co't- terel. .' ' - . - _ The-prbsecutrix- deposed that about three months since,! the^ prisoners, whose persons she had previous knowledge of, rame to her house situate in the district of Arg-ylc, and askcil for some provisions. On complying1 u'ith 'their desire they went away, and shortly after returned. .The male prisoner asked de ponent how shc^cunie to know him ; the female pri soncfrtUt this time remained outsfdc of the house. — Apprehending1 some mischief was intended, witness attempted to get 'away from Webb, when sh.c encoun tered the woman at the front door, who presented a muslcef, and desirejl her to keep quiet. . A great num ber of different articles of property, 'but consisting chiefly of 'wearing apparel, were handed by the man from within, through the window — those they took away-— the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Daniel Delany, and Patrick Neville, two assigned servants, were charged on Wednesday, with being found drunk in Kent- street, at the hour of 9 o'clock at night; neither one nor the other possessed of a single light, or written pass—for this glaring inattention to existing regulations, each was prescribed an ex- ercise of three days on a tread-mill, at the expiration of that pe- riod they might be returned to their respective services.   Dennis M'Carthy, alias Cummins, was brought up on a charge of being illegally at large; on further enquiry it appeared that the lad had recently come up from Port Macquarie on an un- derstanding by the authorities there that the long-desired day of emancipation had arrived— it now appeared, that seven months were yet wanting to complete the period of his exile. Ordered to return to the barracks.             Sophia Lee, free, was charged with a...

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ENGLISH NEWS. HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

ENGLISH NEWS, House of commons. March 1st.— -The question of improving the condition of the Negroes in our West India Plantations came on this day Mr. Buxton pleaded with his usual warmth and his whole soul was in the subject. Mr. Canning displayed the trim eloquence peculiar to himself with the smoothness and   caution which belong to his politics. Mr. Peel boldly ad- vorated the admission of slave evidence. Mr. W. Horton declared that the West Indies had no love of slavery as a system!!! The best security for a recommendation of parliament was, a definite pledge, that if expected injury should result to the masters, the parliament which demands   the sacrifice will pay the loss. Mr. Wilson of the city, argued the subject as a pure matter of business, a question   of traffic, between man and man ! ! ! Mr. W Smith was for leaving off su ar. Mr. Gordon wished to abolish the Co, lonial legislatures, and have the West Indies governed like &amp...

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DARLING MILLS. Parramatta, July 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

i X-All^LlNGr MILLSV - Parramattn. Jnlv 14. 1826'. -: The' Public are informed that these, Mills hei.n^coinpIetud.'MrK John'Ilainci'tlie'Prbpri'ctdr, has reduced ? tlie price'of grifitliiig^to: me shilling per; btisheJ-^-dressingV3d. exlra.f f.Pers6imfsendmg. 'rmii ilistnnt situations: niav be acconmiodaicd bv .Usivinctlieir ?' grain .ground^anu returned linmeuiaieiy.. ... -, .-, ft- , .,,./,., .j?v::: ''''Tlie P-uBlic are1 further informed. 'that' the Stores' at thepjMiHsi; will be' opened iri the course of the ensuing nibnth; for tlie'saluof; e.very,-dc3cription of nierchandJzc;;upoii the most liberal 'tcrriis*4r--J considerable, paiiw haying been bcsto\yed-,in; the selection; to, rdn-'j Uir7every(art.ic,rV suitable.tp.tlic Colonist.-- WUeat^ nijtjse, jyppf; ??, ?ahd'otl'Vr' Colonial prbdnce, will'be received in ?pnyriieritT.V^' 'i-' '. 'Mr.- Raine avails ?' himself of Hie present 'op'obrtiinity^to render^, -public.j'tliat;: -?? -J^- ?? ... ?- ' -- '.;,v \--'-- ''.y.1- ?-:'':?'}. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 15 July 1826

Such of our Readers as take an interest in the pe rusal of Quarter Sessions Reports, would be a little startled, even with all their fore-knowledge, on look ing at the case of Samuel Scott and George Wil son. This case contains such a Commentary on the Police Magistrate of Parramatta, that we cannot omit doing ample jnstice to it. It strengthens our belief that the duty of conducting a preliminary investiga tion, is incompatible with the exercise of a summary jurisdiction, since that having to attend to the former, incapacitates the mind for an impartial execution of the latter ; it strengthens our regret that the consti tutional powers of Justices of the Peace have, by the force of various Statutes, been extended beyond all rational limits, and that, improvidently large as they are in England, they should have been rendered still more comprehensive in this Colony, by the New South Wales Act, and by otherActs of Parliament. Every tribunal which is divested of a Jury altogether, is j...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

ENGLISH NEWS. — Gou^a-T-o^F— K-Hto^s^BibtG-H- — iphe^N^vviCourts-inJXest— minster- hall are at length completed,, and the various sea'is; of justice are once more re-assembled within the walls of this venerable' oile.v ;*;: ' M '?'?''?'' ' ? When the four Judges entered Jtbe Courts to resume their places, a gent ral smile' of con'giatulation was interchanged between the Bench arid the Baiy expressive of the sntis.r. faction which' both parties felt, at being once more placed in the scene; of their most brilliant triumphs, and most grateful recollection. The Judgesr wore their scarlet robes, ibis day being the Anniversary of the Proclamation of his present Majesty on his accession io' the throne. (Jan. 31.) ,Keanfis very likely to resume his situation at Drury-laue Theatre next year. By his success in America he has been enabled to repair, in part, his dilapidated fortiiner and as : enmities should not be eternal,'-lie hopes to meet a: favour-, able reception on his return. After per...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

SHIP NISWS. i 101' . V Arrived on Sunday tlie cutter Speedwell, Capt. -James, from Port Dairy inple^fron^ whence she sailed on the Ftli instant. — Lading, wheat, woolfpotatoes, and sundries.1 - Sailed yesterday, for-tlic seal fishery, the colonial brig Glory,' Capt. Swindells, belonging to R. Campbell, jun. ' ' 1 The schooner Alligator had not arrived at Port Dalrymple when the Speedwell left. The Alligator left Sj'dney Cove on the 2.5th ultimo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

ANNO SEPTIAIU,, GE011GII Jr. REGIS. (No. 30 By his Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph 'Dsulipg, Caj)t-iin General and Governor-in-chiuf of llie Territory of New Soiilli Wales and its Dependencies/ 'and Vice ' Admiral.of the same, by and with the Advice of tlic Legislative Council. n. V '[An Act to' repeal an Act intituled /' An Act to make Pro missory Notes and Bills, of Exchange payabl' in Spanish ,Dnl hrs available, as if such -Notes and Bills hud been drawn pay-1 nblu -?- Sterling Money of* the' Realm,' mid to 'promote, tlie -? circulation of Sterling Money of Great Britain in JNew South WAU M# IIEREAS 'iT IS EXPEDIENT TO 'REPEAL an Act' of the Governor in Council of^tlic 5{h rear of his present Majesty,' intituled ' An 'Act to ''nake,- Pro- missory Notes and Bills of '?Exchange 'payable'in Spdiiis|i Dpi-1 Jars available, ns if such Nolcs ' and Bills 'had b'cen drawn pay-, able i» .Sterling Money of the Realm.' ' 'Be it. therefore cha'ctedy by his Excellency. the Governor of i N...

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Three Police constables, named Pearce, Butler, and Nichols,     were brought up on a charge of assault — it appeared in evidence, that on the 1st instant, those three constables being stationed on the Parramatta road, went of their own accord to the dwelling of a man named Parish — on asking admittance, in order to light a pipe, Parish refused to open his doors, when they demanded an admittance, threatening at the same time in case of refusal that the doors would be burst open. The dread of this did not serve to intimidate the landlord, who still continued contumacious — and after mutual pleas and rejoinders had passed, the door was forced in— Pearse, who was just at the moment standing   close to it, received a sabre gash from Nicholls — the former in self-defence brandished a cleaver, when he was immediately beset by the two other constables, whom the man affirmed he had all along supposed to be bushrangers. Several blows we...

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COURT OF CHANCERY.—FRIDAY, FEB. 24. Wellesley v. Duke of Beaufort. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 July 1826

COURT OF CHANCERY.— Friday, Feb. 24. Wellesley v. Duke of- Beaufort. This was .an application by the Honorable William Long     Wellesley, to have the custody of his children, who since the death of the late Mrs. Long Wellesley, have been under the care of her sisters, the Miss Longs, delivered up to him.     The application was opposed by Mr. Shadwell,-Mr. Treslove,   and Mr. Pebys, who read a long series of affidavits as to the private life and conversation of Mr. Wellesley, to shew how unfit it was to the moral and pecuniary interest of the infants, that he should be permitted to exercise any influence over them. The   scenes detailed in these affidavits were often too gross to allow   of any abstract of them being given. The principal evidence   was that of Doctor Balkeley, the domestic physician, who proved the commencement of an adulterous intercourse between. Mr. Wellesley ...

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