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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838

FOR LONDON DIRECT. A IEGULAR TRADER, THE ship FLORENTIA, A.I.452 tons register, W. H. Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; part of her cargo is already engaged, and will sail with her usual punctuality ; is welkirmed, carries a surgeon, and has superior accommodations for Passengers. For freight or passage, apply to W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George. street. For Freight or Charter, P H E first-class British-bnilt . Ship " PARLAND,' S430 tons Register, three yeas old, Robert Tent, Commander, is now ready to proceed on any voyage. Apply. to GILCHRIST & ALEXANDER, No. 1. George.treet. FOR PORT PHILLIP & SOUTH AUSTRALIA Positively on Monday, the 15thl instant, T?HE Fine First-class bark S",REG I A," Johnstone, Master, Las room for a few tons more freight, early appliCation is necessary. For Freight or Passage, apply to ISAAC SIMMONS; or,- the Captain on board, lying at Moore's Wharf. SALES BY AUCTION. Splendid Toned Piano Forte. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY A. POLACK, At the ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838

PROJECTED DEPART URES. Emerald Isle, for Calcutta; Governor Phdthp, for Norfolk Island; Edward, fr New Zealand ; Ilenry Porcher. for ditto ; and Fecitly, for Sionth Australia, this day; the Bee, for Hobart Town to-morlrow. By the accounts received yesterday from the Qua. rantine Station, we are sorry to hear that no less thaot 60 persons are now in the houpital, including some of the crew of the l/illiam Rogers. Two or three deaths occur daily. Three died on Monday. News mat " HlLND."-This vessel brings from the IWle of France, 1791 bags of nuear, and 7t68 barrels molasses, to the house of Mles.1ss R. Camp hell & Co. At the time the Hind left, the Joshua Carrol was lyinu there for freieht or chrter; and the Tamar from Launceston and Swan River, was loadins for the former port.--Mr. D. Egan. owner and agent. The Dryads is taking the oil from the Pockling ion, which, when stowed, will nearly complete her cargo She will no doubt, be the next vessel fur London. The brig Bromlen ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838

Birth. At Cook's River, on Friday morning, the 12th of October the Lady of Captain Ebhart, of a son. Marriages. On the 14th June, at St. Pancras Church, James Mac- arthur, Esq. of Camden, New South Wales, to Amelia, second daughter of Henry Stone, Esq. Tavistock Square. On Tuesday the 12th instant, at St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, by the Rev. W. H. Tucker, John Sherwin, Esq. of Sydney, New South Wales, to Elizabeth, second daughter of John Hernon, Esq. Gloucesterplace, Brighton. Deaths. On Friday, 12th instant, the infant son of R. Campbell, Esq. Darliughurst. On the 15th June, at the Grange, Haverstock Hill, Agnes Caroline, second daughter of William a'Beckett, Esq. of Goldeln Square, aged 22.

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. News by the "Calcutta." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838

SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.--Shakespeare.   News by the "Calcutta"   This vessel left Cork early on the morning of the 29th June ; the previous evening the city and en- virons were illuniinated, and other demonstrations   of loyalty were exhibited by the inhabitants upon   the coronation of their virgin Queen, which was that day to have taken place in London. This vessel brings out 303 emigrants from Ireland, selected by Dr. Goodsir, the Government Agent. They appear a young and healthy body of persons, and likely to be useful to the colony. Nine infants died upon the passage. The Mandarin, with Emigrants, sailed twenty -days before the Calcutta; she may be there- fore hourly looked for. The Calcutta spoke upon her passage the Lotus, on the 11th August from Lon- don, bound to Launceston. And on the 24th of the same month the Ble...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838

Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. SIR,—Observing in your Police reports of Friday last, a paragraph respecting a prisoner of the Crown.   named Bridget Hanen, formerly assigned to me. (and   that she she had been upon her own hands months past,) I beg leave to contradict it altogether, as such a statement going forth to the world, might be the means of my not receiving servants from Govern- ment in future. The case was simply this :—Bridget Hanen informed me she was free by servitude. I went to Hyde Park Barracks, and was there informed that she would be free on a certain day. She con- tinued with me up to that day, and then entered into a new agreement as a free hired servant. She was with me until Wednesday afternoon, the 10th of October. Her conduct not pleasing, I dis- charged her. I believe she was apprehended as an absentee on Thursday, the day following. So much for "months absence,"etc. I shall feel obliged b...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

A'cascuLroaE.-The slim i:f 500,000 lrancs have been placed at the disposal of the trench Minister of Public Works, for - the enc'ura&rement of agriculture during -the year 1838. There have been also se veral gentlemen travelling in Scotland at tbe expen-e of the St.ciery of Agriculture, in order to examine the system of farming " in that country. G(OLOGY.-A remarkably accurate and detailed memoir has been sent to the French Academy of Sciencies by M Pail lette, concerning the geology of-the west ern part of the province of B3retagne. This gentleman hating held an official sitt.ation in the mines of Pou!laoutn and Huelgoat, has profited by the opportunitits thus afforded him to a great extent, and given the most exact mineral topography of several -<antons of complicated stiructure, with a fidelity and patience which will prove of much benefit to science. Besides 'the memoir, there are four excellent aeol rgical maps laid down with the utmost precision, aid one of ...

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English Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

English Markets. The arrivals from London of Wednesday last, furnish no additional commercial intelligence. A private letter by the Calcutta states, that the wool trade continuted firm, and that the.snanufac turers were actively a nployed, No alteration, however. had taken j lace in prices, nor was any expected till the first week in July, when the state of the trade would he more correctly indicated by the public iales of ('oloniol wools intended to tie then holden. It was confidently expected, that these sales would go ofT at least as favourably as those of January last. The Hope, we perceive, inpotts upwards or a t hous:uid buskels ofwwheat.and the Edits will receive the drooping spirits of the lovers of John Barleycorn, as that vessel brings ai plentiful supply of ale and porter.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Felicty for South Australis. Emerald Isle for Calcutta. Gonernor Phillip for Norfolk island, Rest. nsnnede ftr Nianilla. and Henrp Porcher for New Zealand thisdar. Thb Beefur H.obart Town, Regia for Port Phillip, and H.M.S. Canse'sy. fur Sisotlh Austtalia to. morrow. News eia "CAFtNARVAN."-T1his resel i canm. mantled by Captain Irvinir, who formerly sailed out ohf this port in command of the Betsy, whaler. She has brousht out the isecessary gear, snats, &r., fur the purpose of firtine out the vessel for the li-h.'rv, and will he conmranded by Captain Irvine. This vessel was exactly five months on her passage to this port, having left Lonion on the 17th flay. From the tie -he sighted Sr. Paul's, she experienced a serbis of heavy gales, which accounts fir the length of her passager. -she spike the fa'ited States' Fricare Columbia. off the Cape ot God Hone, hounil for that post and India; also the Rele,,ce. Aiuericqan whaler, off St. Paul's.-H. M. Bag'ter ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. EAe Letter from Yats is received. The party need not pay the postage at any time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

T HE following ADDRESS. accompanied with an elegant Silver Snuff Box. was pre. " sented to Captain Macdonald by the Ladies and Gentlemen who came out Passeners in .the ship " Joax M'LELLAN :" To Du.-ACN MACDON'ALD, EsQ.. Commander of the ship John M1Lellan. DEAR S e.-We, the undersi n;rd Plassengers per John M*Lellan, desire, ere we part, to avail ourselves of t'is opportunity of giving expression to our. united smtinments of respect and esteem, ftr your uniformly kind and generous conduct during our passage from London to Sydney-sentiments. Dear Sir, which will be long cherished in our best recollections. We beg, also, to congratulate you on the fact, that during a period of one hundred and thirty three days, no circumstance of an unpleasant na ture amongst ourselves, has occurred, to call for your interference. May it.please God, that wherever your destinies may direct your course, you may be accompanied by his blessing, and that every prosperity may attend you. And we feel assure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY T. W. SMART, At his Rooms. George-street, TO-MORROW. SATURDAY the 20th instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely, o NE case Imitation Cambric Handkerchiefs L/ One ditto checked and figured Gros do Naples One ditto ditto ditto One ditto fancy gauze Handkerchiefs One ditto Paris figured ditto A)ne cdIto net Scarfs pearl white satin Shawls, Regatta Stripe, Tatting Horse-hair Seatit g Drills, &c., &c., Ere. AFTER WHICH, Ten casks prime Po.k Fort} kegs Nails Nine casks red Herrings Terms mnade known at time of Sale. VALUABLE LEA. EHOLD PROPERTIE, FOR SA LiE, WITTIOUT RESEIWE. BY ORDER OF TI-E MORTGAGEE. T, W. S (R RT, Has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, in George-street, on MONDAY, the 22nd October, at Twelve o'Clock precisely, without reserve: TFHE UNEXPIRED LEASE of those valuable W ater-side Premises, situated in Darling Ilarbour, and known as I SYRETT'S WHARF," Bounded on the north by Beaver's Wharf...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

ARlliWALS. On Wednesday, the halk Caernarron, 225 tons, Captain lrvine, from London the 17th May. La ding, Merchandit', Cabin Passenzeis-Mr Antznst Leveester, Miss Austin, Mrs Irving, and Miss Irving Steernae-MAI S Buss. Same day the hank Hope :177 tons, Captain John Conthgh, faon Londoni 15th June. Cabin Pa-seu gers-Mr K Everete. Mr .1 Ewrete, Mr. William Wiltrn, Mrs Wilton, Mr W Wioran, Mr Andrew Oliver. Sir J.hnIl Oliver, Mr E Mintifiuire, Mr S .MIn atta, Mrs Macattn. Mr Joseph Webb, Mr iticha'd Webb, Nh' J Iheiey, Mr -%tephen Stenton, Mir Joseph Berwick, Mr W Howell Mr Edward Forkington Mr Wautlin+, Ni-r Ibtoat Marrin, W Stranger M.D. F. G. S. and Ai. W. S. and twenty. five steera e passengers. Lading, Meruchandise Atea'ttta. Nles'rs. Mitt'u flir,' & Cu Sptte~ day the iihip jrdcu, 410 Tins, Captain .Otorte Noble, from London, via the Cape at tiood Hope, the Buiner 21-t of May, the latter the 27th oW Augn<t. Lidinu-MeNchandise Cahin P; sNu uers-Mr H *hones. Mrs...

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LOCAL MARKETS. BRADFORD MARKET, 7 JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

LOCAl. A A It S.K ET S. -BRADFORD MIARtliT, % 'JU,.v WaoL MArsawa.-Fiue English Wools are becoming scarce in this Market, and this description being most in clemand, holders ask higher prices. In low cjaalities the market Is unaltered, and middle wethers renuma at our last quotation. Y1atnv Msaaaer.-There is a fair demand, Prices firm. Pacca MAcaats,-At the coannaencement of the asuket to-day business was rather ilat. *Subsequently at became brisker ; anti the general opinion is, that mors business has been done. Sl.xquarter Merinus are most In demand, and upon these a few makers have obtained a trifling advance This advance does not apply to the market generally, for the bulk of the business Itas been done at old terms. Manu facturers complain loudly that they get nothinglikeremu. neratig prices for the goods they sell. IirnS, TUEsnAY,-We have to report favourably of our market: today and Saturday have both be.n good* add the stock of bulk goods is decreasing in the Halls. We are i...

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Worthy the attention of our Sheepowners. FONDNESS OF FARM-STOCK FOR SALT, PARTICULARLY AT A GREAT DISTANCE FROM THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

Worthy the attention of our Sheep owners. FONDNESS OF "'ARM-STOCK FOR SALT, PARTItULARLY AT AGREAT' DISTANCE FROM THE SEA. In England a small portion only of the agri. cultural community has tried the efliency of salt upon farm-stock. In Anmrica, on the contrary, even in the remote and newly settled districts, every one that owns a cow *or two, and ita~v."-"r . inu1n. rtoerlt or hlis own interests, is in the re'gu lar habit of giving them salt, if it can possibly be spared after supplyiing household uses. I mention this, because in some sections .,f the interior of that country, salt is still rather scarce, and consrouently dear, and cannot therefore always be spauted for 61saltipg the cattle" among the poorer classes of the settlers; but since the late and almost unlimited progress of intet nal improvements, (railroads, &c..) the facilities for procuring this invaluable article have been greatly increased; so that in the most distant settlements you find the custom of givin...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

NEWS OF THE DAV. On Wednesday afternoon a gentleman was riding on horseback, in George-street opposite the old Treasury, when the animal became restive. and darting along the footpath came in contact with the post at the corner of Hunter-street with sufficient violence to throw the rider over its head into the road; fortunately he sustained no injury CAUTION TO NEWLY ARRIVED EMIGRANTS. Yesterday Mr. W. H, Dutton brought before the Police on warrant, a newly arrived emigrant named John M Gowry. Mr. Dutton stated, that he had hired the man and his wife some time since to proceed to Kiama, to ACT as overeer on the farm of a gentleman named Smith, for twelve months, at the rate of ,£35 per annum. Finding, after he had concluded the agreement, that Mac. Gowry was inclined to be troublesome, he escortcd him and the dray which was to convey his (M Gow- ry's) property, as far upon the road as Ireland's Inn ON Tuesday, to his surprise, he met M*Gow .ry in Sydney, where he had been a week. En...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

DEPARTURlES. On Wednesday, the Edward, CpinLeathar~t, for Ne~w Zenlamud.Cptn Ye~teid~ty, the harqne Tamar, Captain North. Wood, for South-A~u-tialia:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

FOR PORT PIIILLIP & SOUTH AUSTRALIA r THE Fine First-class bark 1 `" REGI A," ý - Johnstone, Master, has room for a few tons more freight, early application is necessary. For Freight or Passage, apply to ISAAC SIMMONS or, the Csptain on board, lying at Moore's Wharf. SALES BY AUCTION. Horses, Dairy Cows, &c., &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. THIS DAY, Friday, the 19th instant, at Twelve o'Clock precisely S-- BY--A. -P -0 . A-C K,----- AT HIS BAZAAR, ONE SPLENDID ENTIRE hIORSE, bay with black points, an excellent Charger Tio Saddle Horses Three Gig or Saddle ditto Four Milking Cows One Heifer One Colf Two handsome Chesnut Colts, rising three years old, got by Steellrap out of Superior Mares, an inimitable match, an.d well calculated to run as a pair, in a Carriage ,r Phteton. Terms declared at the time of sale. Splendid Toned Piano Forte. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY A. POLACK, At the Waterloo Warehouse, by direction of Messrs. Coomsuaand IIua-t, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th...

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Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

Agricultural Society. t:4'"contenfsnornrv has directed the uftelttion iof the public. to the advantages likely to prise from the foatmtion of Agricultural Societies in this Colony. A short time since, we had intended te sittumit a esimiler propoposition. and, in our situ pltit y, toought, thlt, the new club at the Pultney bsight fiscilit tethe formation of such an association. But when we .anw this right worshipftul corporation comemenliug buisiess under the Sign of the ` dlbl"k ball," wev pocketed our propolnitions with no little ltrepidatinie; and now our frig'.t is fairly over, we congratulate ourselves nit it little, that in this business, at least, we exercised a sound discretion. For, if some of the wealthiest and most respectable amongst us could be unceremoniously kicked out, even before-they-were in, a mere Utilitarian, with propositions untpetfumned, (as, with much contrition, we confess ours were,~ could exrect nothing better than to be turred and feathered. Thanks to our...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Judge Willis and the Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

2$YDNEY MONITOR X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER 'FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.-SHAEE. Judge Willis and the Crown Lands. The Council has been unexpectedly adjourned, instead of closed. The day of adjournment is fixed 'for the 23rd instant. The Governor informed the Council, that the ad journment had become necessary in consequence of *one of the tlwee"Judges (may we hence conclude that the other two judges did not concur with their leirned coadjutator?) had written to His Excel lency to state, that the new Crown Land Act in his opinion, was in its-principle or general tenour, con trary to the law ofjL~ngland; and that he (the gover nor) would decline laying the letter, at least for the present, before the Council; and in the mean time, he would take the opinion of the Attorney .General on it. We understand, that it is Judge Willis who has entered this caveat against the act in question, on the ground, that the new Colonial Act recognises t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

Ge ;VERNMENT GAZ eTTE. Wednesday, October 17, 1838. Colonial Secretary's Office. tSydney, lth October, 1838. H IS Excellency thet Governeo has been pleased to direct the publication ofthe following Warrant signed by tier Majesty the Queen, for general in foi mation.. By His Excellency's Command, º' E; DEAS THOMSON. VICTOlIA- R. WK. do hereby:anthnrise and appoint von to enlist ann attest in New South Wales, any 'oldiera or Persons desitous of enlisting or re-enlisting into the service of Us;, Our Heirs and Successqors, in exe cution of the provisions c'"ntalued in an Act passed in the first year of Our Reign, for the punishment of mntuiny and desertlen, or which may be contained in any future Act which may b.e passed for the like purpose. Given at Our Court, at Buckincham Palace, this ninth d ty of May, 1838, in the that year ot Our Reign. By Her Mlajesty's Command, HOWICK. To the Justices of the Peace, and other Civil .1sgis trates for the time-being in New South Wales. Colonial Se...

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