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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

PRIESBYTERTAN CHURCH IN NEW BOUTH WALES. The Assembly's Coinmittee on Colonial Churcnesbrought up+:sosne ipapers regarding the Presbyterian Church In New South Wales. it appeared from them that Dr, Lang. who.was lately in -Scotlend, and had taken with him to 'Australia several Ilcentiates of the Synod of Ulster, and two from the Church of Scotland, to join the Presbytery of New SouthWa so in that Colomy, had, on his arrival, decllred himself independentof the Church ; he and some of the licentiatck havinr formed themselves into a Synod, otwhich one of the leading principles was, that they would permnit no right of appeal.to any Church beyond seas.., ..U7tler these crcumstances., the Local Government withhlell .frdmtl?e?si thelr'passaire money, as well as the ucual allowance.granted to Presbhyterian Ministers, and sent a statemefst.oftlim ease home.to the Colonial Offee. Lord Gleneli had tiansmlitted the: papers to Principal atfai-lan. of Ola-,gow. Convener of the Committee on Coloni...

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TUESDAY, 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

TUESDAT, *I2T. TsA caAoaSn INTo Wima. - Dixon, of the firm of M'Dermott & Co.. going into the kitchen on Monday morning, found his man and maid (assigned servants, seated at breakfast, chattering in a more cheer ful manner than the exhillrating influence of twankey. could be reasonably supposed to prodace. Vpon exami nation of their tea equipage, he found their cnup full of port wi.e of superior age and vintage, which had been purloined from his vaults. The bottle wheh contained it was discovered in the yard concealed among some rushes. In protesting their utter ignorance of the means by which the Chinese beverage had been turned into wine. which they affirmed to be second a miracle their joint inebriation became apparent, and they were given in charge. The man was sentenced to a corporal punish of o50 lashes, and the woman to the sd class ofthe factory for two months, and to be retured to government service. Svsrlctoso CAsE.--MryRyder, a respectable looking middle.aged fema...

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Supreme Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1839. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Supreme Court. 2MoNaDir, FsanUiar 11, 1839. Before Hii Honor the Chief Justice. On the opening of the Court, the Attorney Gene ral said, that he wished to explain why the four past days had not been occupied in trying criminal cases. There were thirty seven cases set down for the first two days; twenty-one were actually dis posed of; the remaining sixteen were necessarily postponed; two of them were perjury cases, which although there was no doubt as to the fact, the per juries haviung been committed in cases under the li censing act,but as theMagistrates proceeding without informations, the court had no jurisdiction. Others had been postponed oni account of the non.arrival of witnesses. Of the prisoners now confined in Sydney Jail, there are 56, against whom there are no de positions before the Crown Officers. These had been all committed from the Sydney Bench, and the Attorney General had written to the Magis trates in consequence, and had received the follow ing explanation. that...

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DIARY. [?] A FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

EARLBY. A 'FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. Thnn A'?r.ms. Sew -iforning Evening Rises. Sets., .y Is i 7h 4Iam h Om. 5 S 6 37S -anursday ,i 8 S3 " 8 ?4 5 24 6 s 'Friday ' p 15 0 37 5 2 6 35S Saturday 16 " Oo 0 1o 20 5 26 6 s3 •"Sunday 17 | 10 35 10 '! 5 S6 2 Monday "18 11 1| | 37 5 28 6 3| uesday 49 11 4 "5 o o 5 99 | 31

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

IiTrehlp :ecttorolog~rial Qabic. "VARIATIONS OF TIIERMOMETER, WINDS. &ec. TEzaOaaYat .i WIND WEATIIR morn noon erin 'Wed. Jan. 6 68s 78 71 ISW Cloudy Thursday 72 81 76 NE Clear Friday -S 74 84 90 NW Clear 'Saturday 9 " 71 8i so NE IHnt Wnd Sunday i0 74 8 70 NE I ditto S2landay 11 70 72 T p SW r Cloudy "?Fuesday 12 |l 8 1 I E71) | E Cloudy Maan Temperature. 75°.

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

FOR SALK, FREIGHT, Ot CHAIItTEt. Ilebe, for freight or charter. Lamb & Co., agents. Louisa. brig, for sale-Aspinall & Co., agents Susan, ship, for freight or charter-A. B. Smith, agent News by The JAMES MORAN.-This vessel left Green. ock on the 24th September, and proceeded to the port of Loch Inver, (not Lochinvar,) on the north coast of Scot- land, where she shipped her Emigrants, and which, with other delays, detained Captain Ferguson till the 22nd October, when he proceeded on his voyage to tine Cape, which he accomplished in fi days. Having remained at the Cape eight days to refresh, he came on to Sydney, .which ruts he accomplished in 39 days, having occupted 103 days in performing the trip to this port. The James Moran reports the following vessels being laid on for this colony ,-the British King, with emigrants from Scotland, to leave the Ist November; the Asia, with emigrants from Scotland. This latter vessel left Simons' Bay, Cape of Good Hope, for Sydney, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

MARRIED. On the 12th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. Stack, of Maitland, Robert Richard Hungerford. second son of E. Hungerford, Esq., of Tarley House, Maitland, to Ellen, second daughter of T. W. .M. Winder, Esq., Campbell House, Maitland. DEATHS. On the 11th instant at Ashfield, Mr. James Larra, in the 93rd year of his age. At Parramatta, on the 4th instant, David Robert Samuel. the infant son of D. Cunliffe, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service.

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Yass. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

FEB.7.-The weather continues very hot-no rain-very little water, and strong gales of wind with clouds of sand! I herewith send you a copy of a letter which reached me on the 2nd instant, together with the original enclosure, stating how matters are at the Mlurru.ubidgee. &c. Mlayango, about 60 miles from the Hume River, January 27. 1839. I have to acquaint you that I am so far on my way up the country, but having heard a little news,. I wish to co?mnmtnlica' ite hle same forthwith to you. In the first place, are you aware that a considerable' -*m has heen uuhseribed for the erection of a llaloan Catholic Chapel at Jurygonte? -a great deal of the buildlng maoter lals are nlow ready for carting in,wlhich I have no doubt will be speedily commenced There is another Chapel about being built at the Tumat River, and the necessary preparations are cartyig on with despatch. Tile bltcks have receuntly tlne a deal of mischief since the murder of it hut.-eeper, of Mrs Jenkin's. This man...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. On Monday evening last, the ship "James Moran" 600 tons, Captain Fergusson. from Greenock 24th September, Loch Inver, 22nd October, and the Cape of Good Hope on the 2nd January. Passen- gers, Cabin-- Mrs. Fergusson, Messrs. McNight and Milligan, and Dr. McNie, Surgeon. Superin- tendent. Steerage--- 227 Emigrants, besides twenty Emigrant passengers from the wreck of the Dunlop: namely--10 adults and 10 children. Agents-- Messrs Gilchrist and Co. On Tuesday morning, the brig Governor Phillip, Captain Boyle, from Norfolk Island, on the 31st ult., with 72 prisoners and expirees, under a mili- tary escort consisting of 31 rank and file of the 50th Regt.. commanded by Captain Gunton, also of the 50th. Passengers-Mrs. Gunton and child, Mr. Foster, 7 women and 22 children. Same day, the Paul Pry, 56 tons, Capt. Bentley, from Port Phillip, on the 8th instant, cargo. 66 bales wool. Passengers--H. Monro, Esq.. and I. M,. Scott, Esq., Com. H.M.C. Ranger. Steerag...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. ConowNs's In?rOas~.-An inquest was'held at the Saraecen's Head, Public House, early on Monday morning, before Mr. Ryan Brenan, Coroner, on view of the body of Edmund Sturt. who came to his death on Saturday, when assisting in the ship. ment of a quantity of cattle belonging to Messrs. -Small & Co., at the.Queen's Wharf, under the fol. lowing circumstances :-One of the cows having a calf by her side broke away from the herd and ran up Ghlhe-street, 'tollowed (among others) by the ileceased, who had a rope forthe purpose of securing her. The animal made a sudden plunge at the deceased before he had time to get out of her way. knocking him down, perforating his hat and slightly grazing Ihis head, after which in making off she trampled on his stomach. The deceased lingered two hours and then expired. Verdict, Accidental Dea(h. The Drum.Major of the 50th Regiment, who died after a few days' illness and confinement in the military hospital on IMonday afternoon, wa...

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Police News. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Police News. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH Homer.—A sturdy old bacchanal bearing this classic cognomen, was charged with getting classically drunk on Saturday night, and very nearly choking a member of the constabulary by twisting his neckcloth with his own staff (of which he had previously disarmed him) until he was black in the face !—Fined 5s. or put in the stocks. EMBEZZLEMENT.—Two young men, named Birch and Wood, in the employ of Messrs. Hughes and Hosking, have been apprehended on a charge of embezzlement, and were brought up for examination this day. but re- manded at the request of the prisoner's counsel, the wit- nesses not being in attendance. Patrick Glumley, a glum looking man, was charged by Captain Innes before Colonel Wilson, with abusing him in the. streets and using violent threats of providing his Worship with " a pair of crutches before long." Captain Innes described the man's conduct as so violent, that he was assured he would have struck him but for fear of a tolerably ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL Strm.a SY AUOTIOW VAIich wsill take place before our nert publication. TIIS DAY. . J. T. WILSON-at his rooms, at half-pest 10 for 11 o'clock-Plate. Glass and other merchandise.. SIMMONS & CO-at the stores of W. Walker & Co--sr. plus Ship Stores. WV. lIEitI.EWH ITE-at his roonis. at II o'clock, House. hold Funiture. TO-MORROW . SIMMONS & CO--on the premises, George.street. at I1 o'clock, the O'Connell Inn." T. W. SMART-at his rooms, at is o'clock, 14,000 sheep, with Hurdles, Stations. &e. SALES OF CROWN LANDS. This day, February IS-Section Freeholds.. To-morrow. February 14-PortPhilllp Allotments. March 13-Section Freeholds. March 14-Leaseholds. April Il-MelbourneAllotments. NOTICE. A GENERAL MEETING of the SUBSCRI BERS to the COMPANY for STEAM COMMUNICATIO.N with ENGLAND, and Others desirous of Forwarding the Establishment of this Communication, is requested to be .held at the Office of the Union Assurance Company, George-street, on FR...

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Before Mr. Jestice Willis and a Civil Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Blefore Mr. Jestice Willis and a Civil Jury. John Pendar, alias "' Jack the Waterman" was tried yesterday for the murder of Inspector Preoser The case occupied Mr Justice Willis and a civil Jury up to half-past nine o'clock, when the Jury returned a verdictof manslaughter. Mr Windeyer was counsel for the defence, and raised three objec tions-which were, that there was no proof of diunlenness to warrant the deceased in taking the prisoner into custody, that the prisoner would have been justified in using force to any degree to expel the constable, who was in fact transgressing on his premises, and lastly the learned gentleman relied npon a statute ; which he believed was in force, as far back as Henry the Eighth (whichhad never been repealed ; rendering fatal any indict. ment not drawn up in intelligible English, and contended that 'V Waddy" was not an English word,, and therefore fatal to the indictment: These objecitons wete reserved and the prisoner remanded for senteue. The court...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Advertisements sent to this O/fice, must specify on the face of them, the number of times they are to be'advertised; otherwise, they will e continued and charged until countermanced. For Passengers only,-For Liverpool. rT SAIL FIRST W?- WPK Ir MARCH. T IE FINE FIRST CL \SS Coppered Barque Perseverance, Richard R Corkhill, Commander. Applications for Passage may be made to Captain Corkhill on board, at Pitman's Wharf,-or to H. M. BAGSTER FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT. (Tb Sail on the 235h.February.) T HE fine fast-sailing British-built barque T Laura, A. 1.. 329 tons per register; E. Day, Commander. The accommodations of this Vessel are very superior, and she will be punctually despatched as above. Apply to the Commander on board, or to ASPINALL BROWNE & CO. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE FINE FAST-SAILING SHIP Catherine Jamieson, 30(1 Tons Butthen per Register, Wm. Hutchinson. Commander, now dicharging her inward Cargo from Leith alongside Moore's Wharf. This Vessel was ...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1839 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. General Napier, GOVERNOR OF THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13, 1839 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE General Napier, GOVERNOR OF THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE (His humanity and condescension to the wrecked passenegrs of the ship Dunlop from Liverpool, wrecked at Salt Tiver, Tlable Bay. on the night of the 23d Novemiber, 1828.) WRECK OF THE DUNLOP. FURTHER PARTICULARS. "it is perhaps due to the public of England and of this colony to let thlem know what sort of assistance was rendered to the suffering passengers and crew of the ship Dunlop, when lying ashore at Salt River, Table Bay. When the Dunlop went ashore. all persons below rushed in deck. The vessel rolling very heavily, and the sea beating over her, they found it very difficult to prevent being washed away. The sufferers cheered each other with the hope that when morning dawned, numerous boats would come to their assistance. On the first dawn of day, signals were made to a few persons who w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Erxtensive sale of Mrerchandise, Plate Grass, lec. Ta.BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY. J. T- WILSO N, TillS DAY, Wednesday the 13th instant, at his Rooms, at half-past Ten for Eleven o'clock, and positively without any reserve, O NE Case Toilet Glantes,assorted 6x 5 8x 5 10 x 7 12 x 9 16 x 12 Onecase ditto I8 x 15 16 x 1i 15 x -1l 10 x 7 9x 8 9x 7 One case ditto ditto 6 x 4 ,8 6 9x 7 14 x 10 16 x 12 17 x 13 19 x 14 Four cases ditto ditto 11 x 9 14 x 9 15 x 11 16 s 13 One case Silvered Plates 10 x 8 11 x 9 14 x 9 15 x 11l One ditto ditto ditto I? x 11 16 12 16 x 13 One ditto chliney Glasses richly carved 45 tops, oIdd centre 3 ornaments J One ditto ditto 32 x 20 29 x 19 One ditto ditto ditto 38 x 20 36 x 25 36 x 26 31 x 20 31 x 19 " "20 Reams Double Crown Printing Paper ai Casks Paste Blacking, in pots 10 Sets Gig Harness 5 Ditto Carriage ditto 5 Casks English manufactured Horse Shoes .25 Cases bottled Fruits 1O Casks Cider 10 Kegs Lemon 'Syrup .20 Pockets Hops 10O Casks Wine 50 Cases Sherry ...

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Before Mr. Justice Willis, and a Civil Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Before Mr. Justice Willis, and a Civil Jury. Joseph Fawcett indicted for shooting at David Hennesly, with intent to do him bodily harm on the 11th December, at Campbell lown was discharged. Thomas Wright, Patrick Garrigan, and Louisa Heskins, were indicted for forgery, and the latter   for uttering a forged cheque on the Bathurst Bank, knowing it to be forged. Garrigan was found guilty, and Wright and Heskins acquitted, it being satisfactorily proved that they knew nothling about the offence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 February 1839

FORt SALE, FREIGHIT, OR CHARTER* . riere, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co., agents. Louisa, brig. for sale-Aspitnll & Co., agents Caroline, brig, for freight or charter, Walker,&Co.agents The ship Indus, on helr arrival on Wednesday from South Australia, got ashore on the point off Fort Mtcd quaric. Mr. W. Ii. Parker had charge of the vessel,oa althoughl it may appear strange tlht this Ia s first attem?t at piloting a vessel into Port Jackson should be attended with such an unfortunate occurrence, still little blame canl be attached to him. Upon rounding the vel to, Swhelln abreatof the Cove, the anchor was ordered to b let go. which was instantly done, but by some awk.wa ilupedihnert, it is supposed the anchor fell foul, in con' sequence of whlich, and tlhe vessel having conslder?s oueg on her, it did Snot bring tile vessel up. The tgt?" ebb tide running out at thlo tine, set the vessel on toth tall oftho reef, where her fore foot stnck fast, and a Ithough...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 February 1839

tj)ipping Inttellgencc. ARRIVALS. On Wednesday last, :tlle barque Indus 422 tons, Calptuin Clarke, lroml Dundee, via South Australia, having left the former Port on the 13th Septembler, and Adclaide on thle 2nd Instant, with Mlerchandize. Passengera, viz., Mr. and Mllra. Hector, Mr. and Mrs. Brry, Mr. and: Mrs.Sutherland, and five children, Messrs. Lander, Ramsey, Gthrlie, Horsburgh, Katy, Ranklne, and Burgher. Steerage, Mlesrs. Coleman, Bell, Robertson, Gall. Coutte. Scott, M'Nab, Duff, Mi'Kay, MAfLaun, Burnman, gBrown, Linn, Todd, and one child, Mrs. M'Nab, Mary Mitchell, and Anne Laing.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 February 1839

PROJECTIED DEPAI?TI' L ES. The follotwing vessel will sail this day, if the wled be fair. Nimnrod, for New Zealand-Dncro, agent No vtesels in the stream for sea. The fo llwing vessels have bent their sails. John Pirie for South Australia, A. B. Spark, agent hope, for London-Monteflore & Co. agents Laura, for Liverpool-Aspinall & Co., agents Tile following Iessels have nearlg finished loadin?. Tartar. for IlBatavla--Kelsworthy & Lord agents Despalth,for London-Street, agent James .dLing, for Port Phillip-Grose, agent--expecO to sail on Sunday.

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