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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

To the Editor of .the Australian: out, . , '..?'?, . ? ??? ;? 'VyiJl. y™%° ™?,«ie favor to insert, in. yonrPnncr an occur' renee, winch I think you, as-well as mnnv more i, .partial - S independent. .inhabitants .of .this .Colony will a*£'-JeSeH&' scriitinv and invcsiinnti..n- ' ?- . 'or}-y- ? utscrves rtappenuig to be at the , Police Office the other day mv nt ? tenlion was taken, and astonishment exciiedi fron,.t&»Suus good S'oVsTci^ty.1''150^^ - -?^ng;to,,l!e;pea'e1aS . ' _.; A Lqveu ufPubmc and I,1s,Anr^ iU8.r,CB.'.. '

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

'ship ..News. Ycstrninj' saile 1 the government schooner Isabella, ibr,]VIeII .*i lie Island, with stores, &e. ? . Same day the brig ^'??'?n'Charlotte, on a' speculative trip.

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. PUBLIC FREE GRAMMER SCHOOL. AUGUST 16, 1826 SIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

To the Editor of ike S,jdneii Gazette ruuLic *'iiegi (iiiAarM.wi .Hcnonx., ? -. . August. Ifi. lS9n Sin.— - ? aiiere is an appearance, at least; of candour, in vnnr ptiblirn turn of ,,,y letter, and of your comments upon it', in I I k'mO number of your Gazette. They can thus be more easily c ,1 a S ?^,?''r ^'crs ' /!»d l» ««?«. -ho will /ake the .re,&fc T^ pereroga.ory. -Yet, I . cannot forbear to olier a fuw ZSo - on the commentary ,n question, in which the dtoiii.rcimouM.tos »? exceeded only by Uic eirranlcry of the writer. '7 - , In your Paper of the .13th instant, you deny ' tlm an -infant colony can ever ha advanced a single step Jy spouting T a Greek, or Hebrew ;' tlmt is. I presume (if the fi.,,, „ f ^enh, ' spouting langua^s, have any intelligible m?aninl) by h^ progress of learning ;-and yet you willalleg,., ' th't hSis ut gene-ration „ ill degenerate into monkish hJmrism' by ,,„?.'' t'S' airily cultivating the dead languages.' And yet, in you' s, b- ? ?sequent numb...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. Three runaways from the Grose Farm Government Esta- blishment, were brought up in custody of Sergt. Wilcox of the mounted patrol; who stated that he apprehended the prisoners on the road, about five miles distance from Sydney. They were sentenced eight days on the Tread-mill. James Webb, charged with being found drunk in the streets and having offered for sale some portion of him ne- cessaries, was ordered ten days exercise on the Tread-mill. William Gore and Arthur Kelley, both absentees from their Government gang— 28 days to the same incessant machine.                 Six men were brought up by a warrant on Saturday, which had   been issued at the instance of a person, named Watson, and which authorised the holders to search, narrowly, the premises of one Jane England, in Clarence-street, on suspicion of certain goods having been unfairly entered t...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

NEW SOUTH WALES COTTON. 1 he following comments, on the small quantity of cotton which .has as yet been raised in this Country, ;md transmitted to -Great Britain, may not be found wanting in interest, to many of our readers, or uride serving 01 attention! xney are contained in a lettci from an eminent arid.extensivc cotton broker, of.Glas gow, and addressed to his Correspondent at Sydney The letter bears date, the -23rd of -January;- 1826 ;— ? .-' The sample ®f cotton received here', and said to he the pro duce of Neiv .South Wales, appears to me, as a cotton broker tc be a VLT3' beautiful article, and the first of the kind I have seen J11 general appearance, ,it resembles thr; finer samples fruni tht ?Dutch colonies, DcniemraL&c:,' more than tiny other place I aiii acquainted with, nnd niny be oon&idered as valuable ? it is ? little more uneven in slnpie, but fully as fine in librc, althotinli rather inclined to ' nuttt.' Tliis however may partly proceed from the ma...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

NEW AND USEFUL PUTJLrCATFGX ' -Oh Suit: at Mr. Paul's, GtorgealveU^' , ' ' Pil'ICE,1 ONE SHILI'INli, -%? CARD, COiXTAINJNG ACCURATE Xw» -^a. compendious Tables for rcdnnihjr cn'rreni-v mn nev to sterling,, and Ihe.conlrary. .The dollar ,is rated at.fmr shilling!, and fourpence. ' ''???outi By this card, which will IiuToiiiWl equally (isef.it to-n.e \wT chant, fanner, or- mechanic, fhe number of dollars ? cents nil* rrnetioiiHl par.fs contained in one polind .storliI|g m ifaOO '„'. Z be seen at .1 glance, as woll ns the relative Gallic teUveBI'i cur rency and sterHng money, from Id find upwards. ' j6'0. 0. 0. stff. Sydney, Wth July, 18o{j rpWO 1M0NTHS AFTKll— AXL SALES 'eP- ?flr fected nt my shop, wjll he considered sterliijo-' bligrttions on Snnnish dolhus, at four shillings and- .fuuNncueB each, for value received. ? ? .' '. : ? .- ? - Pay able, at No .79., \ ? ? , George-street, 'Sydney. $ ^ , . , t - .' ' '' '*.-. - -- .* ,' ; '**' ^'E\tB.r, TO THE PUBLIC. . ' ' IT IS MOST PARTIC...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS.—(AUG. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

SYDXEY MVinvETS. — CAug. \70 Owing to tiie uofavorable Ok.uc of the weather, i!ie.sup))lie4 of almost every description of niiirketablea this morning, liave been unusually trifling. - ' ' ' . Average lJnce ot Wheat v - ^£0 7 \6'T ..--,?.-?, Ditto of maize ' - .0-. 3 o' ? ? Barlcv - ' - 0 3 'ti, ?...-. Tine Flour 20s. Od. stg. per cwt, ' ? ''',.-., Seconds do. 18s. Od. pcrdo. -' - .'''-'-, '?'?,' l-'.oilanl, as. Od. pur oubucl. , ? ,- -,-., ? ... Bran, is. 6d. ditto. . ? ' '. -' '?', .' : Potatoes, 8s. Od. to lis. Od. per cwt.; fowls, Ss.'Cd.'toMs 9d. per couple. ? - ,'' ,- , Turkeys,' 12s. Od. to 15 s. Od. per couple. , - ,. '? ' . !, ', doSnta'r* 2S* 3-i'iO S;l' Sd' PL'r '.b-''ESS»» Is- 9A''to 2-1- Od. per Cheese,' lOd. to Is. 8d. per Id. * '*?'!.,'? ? Assize price jf bread fivepcncu per loaf. ]„. ' '? ' ,, ' Sc-JIing price fourpence halfpenny to.fivf'pcnce halfpenny-'-' '.. Pill C IS S OF MEAT. ? . -? .- ??)*}?' i .9li?lf;-3a-?d-.toI!4'-'W« P'«tone.— JVrirtion,4s.6cI.-loSs.-3d. ' ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

ANNO SEPTIMO . GEORGlf ir. Itlia/S (No. 5.) By his Excellency Lieutenant 'General Uul/-h Burling, Cuplain Gcnerttl and Uaccnwr-iit chief of the Tdnitnrv of New South IVules and its Dependencies, mill Vice Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Lrgisluttve Council. [An Act for the transportation of oftVnders to Peiwl Settle ments, mv\ . .for the more e'tlecluixl punishment and becurity of the same.] ' - ' WHEIU3AS, BY AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT, ^.. passed... in the sixth year of -.the reign of his present* Majesty, intituled an Act' for punishing offences com mitted by transports kept to labor in ilic colonies, nr:d better regulating the powers of Justices of the Pence in New South Wales — His Majesty is empowered to issue an order in 'ouuciJ, to authorise the Governor for the. time being, administering the government of any of his Mnijs-sty's foreign possessions, colo nies or plantations to appoint the place or places within Ins Majesty's dominions, to which, any ort'endur convicted...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

PROCLAMATION. | By liis Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph Darl ing, commanding ],j8 Majesty's Forces, Captain Ge neral nnrl Governor in Chief of (lie Territorj' of JCe»v South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice Ad . . - . .iniraliof Hie snine, &c. &c. &c. -^ATHEHEAS, :BY AN ORDER OP HIS MA ^7' JEST Y in Council, bearing- date at Carlton, Hoiftoi thellth of November, 1825, and issued in pursuance of the Act of Parliament in such case made, it is ordt-red — that the' Gnvcrimrs or oilier persons for the lime being, adniinisteiirij* the government of any of his Majesty's Foreign Possessions, Colo nies) or Plantations, shall from time to lime, by Proclamations, to be by them respectively for that purposes issued, appoint' the , place or places within Ins Majesty's Dominions, to which any offender convicted in any such Foreign Possessions, Colonies!* or Plantations, as aforesaid, and being under sen tence^r^order of transportation, shall be sent qr transported ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

J UNI US. TH E CELEBrRATED AND UNRIVALLED ll:u:c Horse JUNIUS, will stand this season, on Mondays. Tuesdays, and Wedncsdavs, at Spinks'; in Ciarence ?treet, Sydney , and at Naslfs Inn', Parraniatta, the remainder of TCrms, five pounds sterling to be paid on or before the 201h Jay. of ; January next. \ , ? l . ' THE AUSTltAIilAN,'— AND ' THE SYDNEY ; GAZETTE.' CMPAHATIVE S-AI.E. It is now nearlv twelve months since we proved, 'by_affidai;its nrnde »jv 'Thb Hmtm oan,' and ' Tn« Sr)?Hi.vi: -*a- bktti'.'' that thesALnof Tiie Anstralinn exceeded the sa/e. oj rtie Grtz-.ate to the extent'of onb uundred and bevbxtv- . i.ioiit Copieaof each Numher !- . . ' Thei?yUiu*v Gaaett« made Oath, that 57d impressions of 1I..1I l?nper wi«ri'«hrown«ir on 1 he day of pnhlicntinn. As tl.^e o/G. included ten Conies, wiiich became waste paper, w\ bcin^ ustii hy the Compositors, furc.f-n-cctinj» the Press — inchuled ni'iie givt?n nway t-i thi- Prinler'sV-incliidc-ii xhteen, out of eighteen, f»r .wTirded-To,...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRIMINAL COURT.—(Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

.r.n r M IN a I, COURT. — ( JVcdn.e»tlay.y Benjamin Jones was indicted for having committed violence to the person of Elizabeth Cutter, a child of 9' years of ajfe, on the 26th of May last. From the -i:.i-'.~..« ~.\A,,..r.,) in ennnnrt of tho prosecution being insufficient, to sustain the capital charge, »?«=«?««; »«- .abandoned by the Attorney General, and- the Court acquitted the prisoner. , . On arioMier motion , being Hindu he was detained to answer for the' same offence under the.title- of a rnib tU' Joim°I5dxvards and William Holt were capitally in dicted for a burglary. w It appeared in evidence, that Sin tlieiitJi.id'2d hour of -the morning of- tho. istb'ofJaly liit, a cry of 'murder' reaching he ear. ?°/- a s.cntlT who was .posted in flank of the house' oc cupied by his honor the Lieut. Governor iii Upper Pitt-street, and which did not sttcm very far distant*, caused the man momentarily to quit his post 'and en deavour to ascertain the cause of this appalling pry. Me ran to...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

To the Editor of the Australian. SIR,       THE FEW OBSERVATIONS I HAVE TO   make, I will briefly preface with a statement of the facts which I am about to address you on.     An humble individual, I yet feel it my duty to assist the friendless as far as in my power lies. Acting on this principle, seven years since, I took, under my protection two unfortunate children, one an orphan, and but for me destitute of a friend—   and ever felt anxious to rear and educate them as my own. My cir- cumstances for some time being much embarrassed, prevented them from receiving those benefits which might have been derived from a good school—but lately becoming improved, about a fortnight since I sent one of them to Mr. Thurston's seminary, as a boarder at 30l. per annum. This presumption on my part, a certain   grace of ladies felt so much aggrieved at, that they positively de- clared their in...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 19 August 1826

We have been at great pains to inculcate in the minds of. our readers, and to explain to the Colony the causes which have deranged the concerns :of trade, . unsettled the whole structure of industry, involved individuals -in the' meshes of poverty,' and completely baflled a thriving society' in, its flattering prospects.- The affairs of a people .commonly present themselves in such a complex foim to a superficial'' .0 hsenver, ? n rul ? indeed -acute calcuhttors' often find the path of inquiry so beset with circumstances, having only an: apparent or at moit a .partial connection with.' the suljecc of invLStigulion, that there is nothing nmnzing in the opinions :is to the agency of tilings which produce or are believed to produce certain effects being discordant, and almost as various, as public, writers. If the. common understanding could simplify circumstances, or if public writers would be at the trouble of presenting their 'subject unnbscured by the umbrageous foliage of exuberan...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

SHIP NEWS. There have-been .no arrivals or departures worth noticing sines stir last. — The barque Henry is I'xprctcd. to sail, for- Hobert Fownon Saturday — the brig Lord HoJn.ey.for Port,3)alrympfe on tb-rhorrotv or Friday. ?' ' ' . ' .. V b'y this. She sailed from Port Dalrymple' on . the morning of the departure of the Darling ? The Dciicaster was ten days in making th'e passage from this port to the Dcrwent. The arrival of'thu brig- Atalantn, which sailed four d,ays%,-previous, 'had' not been announced ' when^the schooner Darlip'g loft' Port Dalryntplc. '? '? '

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

THBAUSTRAL1AW 1 SYDNEY, AUUU.St 23, IS28 I

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPARATIVE CONTENTS. OF "THE AUSTRALIA" AND SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

rfn M pa U.AT1 V 13 CUi\ Jf ENTSy; of .' The Australian^ and Sydney ^J*ettk. » The Australian contains nut .me-lwlf m ?wini 0/ flironiiij,. ? ? ? . [SydneyGaZL-tie, Aug. 12.J 'PROOF. ? .,..,. ~,. a . ^t_' k '_ ....«;.» An«»' rnlmiin i aiid' h; nuarlcr of tha Gazette— the same Act occupies oniyinreo i,u«ri«B ... « «u.u(1» of ?? The Australian.' At this rale then twelve columns o ?? The Australian' would contain as ? much as twenty column. of the Gazette. , ? ANOTiiua-l'ltooF. The above Act occupies one hundred iV,d seventy -three Im* , -? the Gazette, and only one hundred and thirty-eiglit h, « Ite Australian'— therefore, using the n.nlUple twemy--2760 bnM of 'The Australian^ are equal lo 3400 lines of he Guelle. The lines of '*' The Ausln.lian' arc long, and the types are not only apparently, but really small. ANO'lHIiH PROOF.. ? The'Act Nn.5. tho Proclamation of the lath. ll« ? Gowrnisml Not ce of the-lOih, the Govern'iuent Notice o ' I he I5lh, jumIimb of tie llth fill two : colum...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

CHEAP SILKS, &c. ' CAP P L ET O N BEGS TO INFORM HIS o Friends, and the Public irf 'general, that he nas just received an Assortment of '.''.*-. Silks, which he intends to sell on low term* J consisting of ' Plain and figured black sarsncls . ? Purple, tlark blue, and green ditto, . Black .and white satins Purple, gn::ti, and pink ditto ' i ?. . Black and darlt blue caiublcls ?While and coloured lutestrings ; . Superior nankeen and Canton crapes, of colours Black ditto . ^ ' ' . .Also, on saie, ? . '' Bedticking ' ? ? ? ' : ' Shirting and shcpting.. ' . . j, Calicoes Mifslfn, cambric, and stout cotton prints ? ? Jaconet muslins, from Is. 6d. per yard, up to the Ancs* tcilur. Lace and nett, gauze and Jace dresses . il .' ' .. L,ace veils - i: Cdttoil hose ' , '. Blue Hankcens ' ff ' Hrown Hulltind .-???? Blankets ' ' ' ? ' Hyson «iri'l'liv?on''3kin'te«s,. &c;»«c.-&e.. No. 30,.1'nt-bliect, Sydney. ^ . Ninr AND USEFUL PUBLICATION, ' ? On Sule at A/)-. Paul's, Ge...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. PRITCHTET HAS THE PLEASURE [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

m/HT.nJ- PRITCEIO'ET HAS THE PLEASURR 0-VJH. to inform ' his up-ConntryiUonstitucntSv that 'a large assortment of Gouds, now landing from the Faith, will 'bf exposed for'sale early jiext week — comprising slops, viz : — ' , Flushing Jackets and trowsers, second, cloth, jackets i and :rowser?, common, ditto;, stripcu cotton, sums, jno. . i t.o:-o, luck frocks and trousers, shepherds flushing great coats, fustian jnd cord stable jackets and trowsers; Witney blankets, a;8, to [0 quarters,-. pillow and baragou fustian, grnndrils, jean, drab' imikeen, striped cottons, madapullanis, shirting, sheeting of Various qualities, calicos, cambrics, jaconets, flannels of nil de sriptions., .Manchester white counterpanes, coloured ditto, of iisses, black and blue superfine cloth, second ditto, ladies pelisse pieces, gentlemen's superfine bats, commoner ditto, boys hats, uf sizes, beaver bonnets of various sizes, gentlemen and ladies white .cotton stockings and socks, black worsted ditto, from coar...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN,"—AND "THE SYDNEY GAZETTE." COMPARATIVE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

Tlii AUSTRALIAN,'— AND ** THE SYDNEY ! ' -.'« OAZETTB.' r- '11111 X II ATlVE SALE. It is now nearly twelve months since we proved,^ by aflidavifo mn'de'by '??The AusTiiAtTAV,' and - -*? Tub Svdkcy Ga KHTTif,' that the sAi.isof 'Flie Australian cxccetled Hie .We of vi:.. On,.v«r» to tl.e ex tout, .of one .iiosdrku an« seve.ntv eiout Copies of eachvJ-um»--T i The'Svdnev Giizetff. made Oath, that 576 impressions of Urat Paper were thrown «'ff --n t'-e ^i' «f pubHcBt.on. As those 576 included te»i Copj-'«, which becaine-waste paper -m being used bv the Compositors', for.corn-cting the Press— included wine given awav to the Printers— included sixteen, cut of oi«hteeiu for warded to Goveri.mcnt-Hi.us; — included UoenUj-aglit retained in the Gasottc Ollice for casual saie,— and Unally uiclucU-tl niiw teen SubsciUien, who had . discontinued-, receiving the Oaxert*. iust after ihe 'Sale- was sworn '.to— these ninkuig nltogcil.er 108 Copies, and as these 102 Copies should bi- deducted f.o.n ....

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 August 1826

POLICE INCIDENTS. John Williamson, was accused of being an absentee from his usual government duty. The lad had left off attending- at the Hyde Park Barrack since Thursday se'nnight. Or- dered to take a salutary, though laborious exercise, of 28 days on the Tread-mill.   Patrick Byrne was brought up on a charge of being a crown prisoner illegally at large. Iu support of the charge it was stated that the accused had been despatched some short time since, to the settlement at Port Stephens, in charge of a number of horned cattle. The journey was diligently performed, and the cattle, with their leader, ar- rived in safety at the place of sojourning — but whe-   ther this expedition had whetted with a keener edge, the man's natural penchant to "cut" and run, or whether he regretted the             " — busy bustling scenes The gay-spent, festive nights,"—     ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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