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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Mr. George Cutter appeared at the office on Wednesday to make answer to the complaint of Mr. Robert Howe, which set forth how the former did honour to the latter, by a liberal bestowing on him of certain cutting, threatening, and most abusive invectives, all directly tending to provoke a breach of the peace, on one side or the other. The great source, from whence those invectives sprung, was, that of a certain printed article which made its appearance in a newspaper designated the Sydney Gazette, touching and concerning the alleged offender, but at present   defendant; and which the latter could not avoid conceiv- ing, held him up not only as a fit object of scorn, "to point the slow unmoving finger at," but also what would be likely to identify him as a tyrannical task master. With the view of obtaining a contradiction to these averments, in some en- suing publication, united perhaps with some other cause— Cutter, it appeared, did make a perambulation...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

When the embarrassments of England we'^eitlic subject of debate in'1793 — embarrassments similar in their origin in some respects to those which occurred 'in that country lately, the following- startling opinion was confidently advanced by one of .the influential Members of the House of Commons : — ' Mr. Secre tary Dundas begged leave to en.ter his protes-t against, any declaration that the present embarrassments Tof the merchants and manufacturers was the effect of the poverty of the country.. He considered it as precisely the reverse, and would maintain, however odd it 'uii'ht sound,' that it was occasioned by the. uncom mon prosperity of the nation — a prosperity ,whieh had induced some individuals to' push their speculations bfivoiid the 'extent of 'thu'iv own private capitals, but by no means. beyond the capital of the nation.' Paradoxical as this sehtimoitt may seem, it was not onlr tni«'*as suhsequeut events shewed in ISh^IhiuI, bur is true with reference to the di-slress in ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 5 August 1826

EXECUTION. Charles Butler, who was tried yesterday week and found   guilty of murdering woman named Collins ; who was sentenced to pay the forfeit of his life on the following Monday ; was in some measure prepared for the awful event, but had it deferred from that day, suffered on Thursday morning. He professed himself a protestant. The Rev. Mr. Cowper attended him assiduously, and endeavoured to bring the unfortunate man to a sense of the enormity of the crime for which justice demanded that he should suffer a premature — and ignominious death — that an open con- fession of the part which he taken in depriving the hapless wo- man Collins of existence, would not tend to make his final exit from this world the more painful, nor detract from that show of commisseration which witnesses of his untimely end would natu- rally feel, and which it was a foolish and a very general idea with many persons unfortunately situated like himself, would not be afforded, when the culprit ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL COOLING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

GENERAL COOLING COMPANY. CAPITAI, 1,000,000/., IN 10,000 SHARES OF 100/, EA»V. Not twelve months back- schemes possessing not a - ' particle more of attraction, or discretion, or tirohn bility'of' ultimate profit for employing Riiperahnndant .upiiui un, ur iiiukiii^ mi cnuri, 10 leansu 11I0IICV ivould have Ijecn eagerly caug-ht at by many, of our, since then disappointed, English sueculatorsr— At a period when the burning rays of the. sun with more than wonted fervour, nre parching the earth and thn ning the faces of its inhabitants— when not a bresidt of njr is to be Ibund within the bills of inortnlity, and the faiitt lig forms of middle-aged gentlemen and climacteric la'lirs pnnt- for sympathy at the corner of every street, it is con sidered that a Company for ' raising the wind' is a desi deratum worthy the patronage of the people of the tue tropiilis, and, indet'H, of the country at large. .. . ( From, a feeling of, humanity, for.the exhausted end droop ing myriacis, a few phil...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUARTER SESSIONS—(Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

QUARTER SESSIONS — ( Monday. ^ The Sessions of the Pence commenced this day before W. Carter, Esq. who presided as chairman, and a b&nch of magistrates. . -Vi The Grand Jury having been sworn in, Mr. Carter addressed them. Gentlemen of the Grand Jury, rhe list of' cases con tained iii the present calendar-arc soniewhaLnunierous ; but tlieyL are generally of that trivial nature as to render comment from me not a- .a Unnecessary— ;Qiic case there is to whieh it might, perhaps, be as well for^me to make some slight allusions, it is the case entered in j'ouf- repoit No. 21, containing a charge against one J0I111 White f jr haviug in his possession a watch, knowing it to have been feloniously stolen, 'i Ke Chairman then proceeded to detail the leading features in White's case(f-the man was by trade a watchmaker. When the siup'Lady Ko'wuiia was cm the point of leaving this portjfiir Knglaud, ht- was found stowed away;1 as it is tenned, in the v'otsd's liold ; a watch wljich was su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

BARRACK MASTER'S OFFICE, 8YDNEV BARRACKS, August 1, 1826. SEALED TENDERS IN .'WRITING* WILL BE 'received, at the Barrack Master's Office, up to the 24th instant, for the Itirc of the Canteen, in the Military Uarracks' for oiio ' venr, from 1st September next ; snbjecltn snch rules nix! regulations as^ front time, to time, may be considered necessary. ( Edivakd King, , i ' Barrack Master. Tlie Tenders must be endorsed '? Canteen.'' £Q. (K 0. itg. ] ' ^ ^ ' Sti/rfnej/, ]Uh Jnli/, 182#G. TlirO MONTHS AFTERS- ALL SALES 'EF fected at my shop, 'will ibe considered sterling Millions on .Spanish dollars, at (fuur shillings and fuurpence «ch» for value received. Payable nt No. 72, \ - - '% - ' . ? ' George-street, Sydney. ty , , , ( ( -, , B.~ Levey. , TO THE, PUB WC. , IT IS MOST PARTICULARLY REQUESTED; (hat .ill persons will take 'Notice of~thc above, and that Goods me Sold for' Heady' Cash only; therefore Orders cannot be complied with, unless t lie money, accompany them, - as people arc ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

STANZAS. ' O ! there's still 'enough of joy for me; , ' Jn this they call -the world of sorrow'; , ' And if, to-day7 we arc not free From care, we may be by to-morrow ! Then why let pass the Meeting hours— The' few thatiCare,' fbrgetful, leaves us ?( Let's seize: the momenta that are ourY, - - Ere sonie new -woe the demon leaves us !? ' - ? Wliy droop beneath the present ill ? - -. Will clouded bpows bring quiet bosoms-'? '- Though dark the scene, rememberStill '? * « ^'' Hope shews of future bliss the blossoms ! - Though Fortune frowns upon us, yet . ?' ? * - She frowns alike, on all above us ; - ?' -- ''' - Her slights, our hearts may soon forget— -v - s v With those .we love, wUh',thoso;who luyc'uf!; Bring wine, the stricken heart to cheer; - Biiyg.,with it, music's softest measure.; **.f Bring love. inspiring woman hece,j( ?j~1u^:i -- '-* And let us give this hour to pleasureLiy-c^ „ . For there's still enough of joy, dlycsee,' : i^PJ In this they call the world of sorrow ; *-^~...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

SHIP NEWS: On Saturday arrived the ship Regalia, Captain Burt, from   Dublin the 15th of March, and Rio de Janeiro the 24th of May, with stores, and 129 male prisoners. The guard consists of Lieut. Coke, 39th regt and 30 men. Surgeon Superintend- ent, Dr. Rutherford, R.N.                       Same day' the ship 'John Bull, Captain, -H.^ J. Rowe.'.from China the 29th of March, and JJatavia the . lllh/of June.T-Lad-l ing, tea, and sundries. , -~J -. s. . , s '. Tv, ' ' Sunday H. M. S. Fly, Captain We'therall^from Madras tjic 4th of June, ' ' ' . ' * *-- , ??.)';?; i- ?? Same day the brig Corsair, Captain J. Tlobinson, froniXivc'r pool the 9th of March.' -Lading, sundries'. * **, '' \ *~ - t' ? A strange vessel was signalized during the evening of yester day. ' , i, '!.;.;.' ? - '» ? '^ ?' ?'-?»*''

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LECTURE ON PRANDIOLOGY. JOHNSON'S Dictionary. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

LECTURE ON, PRANDIOLOGY, BY AnRAtlAM Sl-OON, -I. n. P. '».-«. L. AND EDIK. ; . Tuken'in&hort-liand b'y.a Gentleman of' the Pre*». ' DINNEH. -'n. I. TUK CHIEF .AlEAl,.'.' '. - ?. JoiiMsok's Dictionary. ' : GKNTLEMUK-T-There is no concern of life — (if; all Uie '-vorjd would tell the truth)— therq is really no subject of «nticipation, 6f; hope, of tli'^ire, of'anxicty,' so' universally engrossing— ?tlief'e is notluhg.we should feel so. ill without, noltimg we should so' shall dine, are not niritteVs ofliglit interesl to any' o'ne'diily im pressed with a sense of the i-nportnnce of the subject ; and Wljo is not ? I speak not to those, 1 know, ^vho are callous' upon .a, nialt-!r of'.such intense interest, and I claim, their undiviilecl'at tentioti while I endeavour to lay, down the .principles of: a science Worthy of all the consideration they can bestow upon it. -; : What. avails (it that Maculloch holds forth about Political Economy to starving operatives, wlio, neglecting the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

ir HANDSOME CHAISE FOR SALE. TO ; F.E.-/S O L D, A ROUND BACKED DEN , , J^K*!' i XJHAJSEy got up in the first style, and lainted with a beautiful dark green, picked out with black. U is'supported by.English springs, and will be fouiid well deserv ing the attention .of any .Grt'iitlenian requiring sucll an article. _ ,- JVIa'y bis viewed at Mr. Carlislo's.'Coach-buililcr, No. JJ, vy- , per 'C-istleriJagli-s'trpe't.'-\ ^!V ,-?'''??''?'. ;.- ? ?'. TO BE LET, ON A LEASE, NO'I EXCEEDlNU !the term of Three Years, a- capital GRAZING FARM,' ^lte'property of Mr. Jblfii palmer,' junior— consisting of,400 Acrus, situHte in the district of-Bringeliy, '.and on W banks of tlie Nepean River— distant from Sydney, about « miles. It is 'well wbrth.y the attcntioii.of 'Ihe Agriculturist or Grassier, one fourth being rich flooded land, and, at present in cultivation'.'' ..? '*: ,'? , ''':'.-.' - _ u u ' - For furlhcrjiarticulars; npplyafllie offi.-e of Robert CampDeii, Esquire, CanipbpirsVVIinrf. -V .....

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LIVERPOOL POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

Liverpool Police. Sarah Hitebam and Catherine Ryan, both in the service of Mr. Robert Lowe, were found guilty, on the 31st ultim   of eloping from their service — as they expressed sorrow for this peccadillo, and their master expressed his readiness to     overlook it lor this time— they were severally taken to task, and then dismissed.     Stephen Meeks and Michael Dore, government servants   to Mr. Meehan, for entering the house of Thomas Green,     with intent the goods and chattels of said Green to steal, take and carry away (as detailed in The Australian of the 19th July), were severally sentenced to wear double irons for three calendar months, and then to be returned to their service.             George Graham, appeared to a summons, at the instance of Edward Bath and George Morrow, Bringelly const...

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FROM THE MADRAS GAZETTE. (June 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

: -EjttOM THE MAL-RAS GAZETTEli f Jutie'3. V 'tfvstraUan'£iiej'atures~Tfo fewJer. tlioi*- hree newspapers polished Jin; the^c^pital of I^ew;-South, ^Vales'. Fifty years^go jhere.were not so many published li all Scotlnnd; aud those of^tlie latter, country ctrtpinly. iid not exhibit the life and activity; which .btrikes oiie so nuch on inspecting the files , of the Journals of Australia. Hepbrts of 'meetings of .agricultural societies,, pf .prbceed iigs of, courts .of, law; pastoral, clmrges. to the/ clergy,- riis- :ussibns, . politiral and literary, long columns of advert ise- uents1, in which riyftl. tracjesmerxand'quncks,, put. in their claims 0 public favour — nil the characteristics. of ! an English ne.»vs.pnpcr jcre pjest'iit* tlienibdves to us in a spot in tli.e.,Antipotle's, a few* fears. ago tenanted -only by a .few nnked savngqs.,' . ''?? : s1- .{??? '.'? .??-.'.* '.' ./.; {May 31.%.'. ._ ' -;?-'????' ?.?'?'??. '-' ? .The following extract^ftom a public. general letter from...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

' '* ' GOVERNMRNT NOTICE. '\\ CoiiOxiAL Secrrtaiiv'j Office, Auctust^, 1820.. 'THE GOVERNOR- HAS B R 12 N PLEASED TO ??'?* ?' approve of rhefollowingalterations ill the Polirc : , ' -Parranmlta — William. Murray, to be. dismissed from (lie oilier of constable for dennkcniiess and nbnso to the cliiel^constablc. John Brown lo he dismissed for takiiig a briho.. . 'Appjn — Malueliy Rynn,' chief constable, to he pound keeper, vice JofiH Malony, dismissed fordinpropcr conduct. Bk his . Exccilpncy's^ Command,. Alex. M'Leay., „' PUBLIC NOTICE.           Colonial Secretary's Office, August 8, 1826. THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE obtained Certificates during 'the last Week ; viz.       CERTIFICATES-. Agamemnon— William Lane ; ' - Dittp— ,Wi|liain Wripht . x - Almorah (2) — Peter Thompson or Murphy ' * ' Canada (6)— ^Thomas Ehhs . ' , ' ' Caslle-Forbes— Thomas Cald well Coromandel (3) — Hen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

The influence which a circulating medium, in point of quantity has on' the industry and productiveness of a country seems to -enmin unexplained, *after all the. He-lit which political economists of the arrcates't .celebrity have thrown upon the subject. The greal [writers not only' differ^' from one'another, ^but from Ithemselves ; an'J those in greatest ^repute, ainong Uhcm seem disposed, to consider' it: n-vcxata qucstio, ,a'nd~tot'acknonvlcdge the futility''of 'further investiga jtjon. _ . .* « ' -, ' ~ 'f ' i .'Hume,' Smith, Ilavenant, '.Siiy, .Pett^r, Ricardoj jearly,and late .writers, alllcave the Reader unsatisfied [with their doctrines ;' but Adam' Smith haying stated his, beJief of thp. impossibility of.ascertaining the pro portion which 'thd mo'ney V6f 'a country bears to its annual produce maintains thatthe^'ir^uldting-mediu'm' ought to bear a great ratio' to the produce which is to, support thejnduptry-of the j people.' lie praisesvthe Scotch system of banking*^ which en...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 August 1826

EXECUTION. On the morning of Monday last the sentence passed on John Lockett, at the last Criminal Court, was carried into effect. --   The unhappy culprit was convicted of two highway robberies ; the produce of which he bad with others disposed of to two   persons, a man and his wife, residing within a short distance from where the robbery took place on the Liverpool-road. Lock ett, the criminal, confessed his guilt — said he freely forgave his prosecutors — hoped for mercy from God, and that his awful end would deter others from committing offences similar to that for which he was about to atone. Till about a quarter before ten the Rev. Mr. Therry remained in prayer with the ill-fated man, when every preparation connected with the gloomy ceremony be ing completed, he was launched into eternity.        

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 August 1826

SHIP NEWS Arrived on Wednesday, the barque Faith, Wiilia'm Deloitte, from London direct — Lading, general caigo. 1 „ Mfcc' F'-idSy ih'e S°y-%rnment lirig Mary ^Elizabeth, /romTPort ^Sailed on Thursday /the cutters Governor Arthur and Speed . On Friday tifoschqoV-er Sydney Packet; for Macqnarie Island. I he Lord Roduey is expected to sail for Port Dalryroplc in 1 few days.' __ . ,

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SYDNEY MARKETS. (AUG 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 August 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. ?CAua. 10.) Our corn market this morning presented a more thin usual!* abundant supply of all 'descriptions of grain, generalJv of the best qualities, ?which were eagerly bought up. The settler re alisms' fair prices, and at a trirlinir nrlv»ru--- „*, tl..» »„».„„ «r 1..^ week. .Barley Js thought to be at its' highest this -year. Thi sowing season of the iatter article is reported by the setl/ers to b- very generally closed. In otlier articles . there is scarce! v am alteration to notice. / ' «,. J ' A\ erage Price of 'Wheat - - £0 7 51 - , ? ' Ditto of luaizc ; , - 0 3 3 I Barley *?';, - ' -' 0 - S 6 ' Fine F/our 20s. Od. stg. per cw t. ' - ' Seconds dci.. lQs. Od. per do. ' - , ' Pollard,1' 2s., Od. per bushel. ' ' ' - j ' , liran, is. '6d. ditto. . -^ ^ - - ^Potatoes, 0s.'0d. to ljs.Od. per cwt.j fowls, 3s. 6d. to 4s 6d' 1 percocple. t ' ?' M _ j ? I Turkeys, It's. Od. to 14s. Od. per couple. ? . ' '' 'Butter, 2s. 3d. jh 3s. Sd. per lb— Eggs, Is. 6d. to 2s.-0d. pe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 August 1826

THE CONCERT. The admirers and promoters, not oven omitting the supporters of this increasingly and generally fascinating diversion,     were fully gratified on Wednesday evening. The former enjoyed the pleasure of hearing, and the latter of being heard, and applauded, wherever conspicuous merit called for praise, and of passing unnoticed when some unlucky cause intervened to produce a momentary suspension of harmony, which indeed occurred   throughout the entire performance, but very rarely- Some few alterations in, and additions to the decorations of the room were made, from the previous evening, and the- entire concert was got through in a very creditable style. About eight o'clock a very few benches remained unoccupied.        

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUARTER SESSION (Monday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 August 1826

QUARTER SESSIONS. (Monday.) Three Sydney police constables, named Pearce, Butler,           and Nicholls, were charged with a violent assault on James Parish, who, requesting permission to withdraw his recog- nizances, it was acceded to, and the defendants being each       fined 1s. were discharged.         John Cullen was indicted for a violent assault on 18th. of July last, on the person of his assigned servant, John Fox. The assault arose out of the complainant's in- terference and endeavours to hinder Cullen from beating his (Cullen's) lawful wife. Defendant was sentenced to pay a fine of 50l to the King, and to be imprisoned until     payment of such fine should be made. The full amount being immediately paid over to the Sheriff, defendant was discharged.      ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 12 August 1826

GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. The Grand Jury of our Sovereign Lord the King present that, in the discharge of their various and important duties, they have visited the County Gaol and Floating Prison, both of which they found in a pro- gressive state of improvement; no complaints were preferred in either prison, with the exception of want of sufficient clothing by a few of the convicts in the gaol—and the case of one individual in the latter prison, named Patrick Gray, into the merits of whose complaint, viz. fine and imprisonment, the Grand Jury recommend inquiry.                       The Grand Jury have again to advert to the delay which, in many instances, exists in forwarding pri- soners to the respective penal settlements, some of whom have been sentenced upwards of twelve month. The Grand Jury regret to have cause again to present the great ...

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