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TUESDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

TUESDAY, lTtE FosBuARY, Edward Burns, larceny, Gullty-Six months to House of Correction, every fourth week in solitary confinement. James Hilton and Mary Bafilng, larceny, stealing from a dwelling house.-The man two years to an Ironed-gang, the Wvoman 12 monlths to the 3rd Class Factory, every fourth week in solitary conftinement. Alice Maynor, stealing from a dwelling-house. Not Guilty-Discharged. Jacob Levy, stealing. NOt Guilty-Discharged. James Moore, stealing. Guilty--Remanded forsontence Mary M Carthy, stealing, gulilty--lnonths to 1st class Factory, every folurth week in solitary colfnlenment. 1Villiam Sutherland(a well known thief), stealing, gullty, Ironcd-ganig for three years. Richard Walker, stealing, pleaded guilty-three years to an ironed-gang. William Berry, stealing, guilty-one year to an ironed gang. Patrick Foley, stealing, guilt--harlabonrin the House of Correction for3 mouths; every third week solitaty con. finement. The Court adjourned at half.past four.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Police News. MONDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

Police News. MIONDAY, 18TH FF.ntIAavY. James French and John Queen, hoth free, were charged by Mr. Richard Crampton, ofthe Pa rr;nntatta Road, Publican, with being found in his house between one and two o'clock on Sunday morning, for an unlawful purpose. Being alarmnd by a iuise in the bar, Mr. Ciampton got up, anid upon going Into the bar he found the pri.oners there. French was inside the bar leaning over the till, and Queen was standing in tihe shop outside the bar. The pri sontter French is erployed by Mr. Cramlptun, and Queen is in the service of Mr. Blg, whose farm adjoins. The street door was wide open. and, it was Mlr. Crampton's oplinuo, that they must have secreted themsnelves under the sofa before the house was closed. Queens' master, however, had written a good character of hint, anti accordingly he was discharged, Mr. Crampton having subsequently stated that lie did not suspect he had any dishonest intent in going in. French was sentenced to be imprisoned and kept to ha...

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TUESDAY, 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

TUESDAY, 19TH. Charles Edward Jacques, (free) clerk in the service of Messrs. Hughes and Hoskings, was placed at the bar charged with stealing three certificates of rum, value £40, Mr. Hughes deposed, that he was met by Mr. Fisher the rectifier of George-street,   who enquired of him, whether the prisoner had been authorised to dispose of certificates of rum, as it came to his knowledge that he had sold two to Mr. Puzey, the publican of George-street? He imme- diately proceeded to the office and taxed the priso- ner with the theft, and he acknowledged having disposed of the two certificates to Mr. Puzey, and one to Mr. Farthing, publican, of King-street, and that he got them out of the adjoining office. The certificates were kept in a table cupboard, or desk which was constantly locked, and the key kept by Mr. Hosking. The prisoner was employed as book-keeper in that office, under Mr. Hosking, who had the sole charge of the certificates. He went to Puzey and Farthing an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

Passengers to. L ndo . .. - TIE FINE SHIP - Alfred, of 716 tons register. J. T. E. Flint, (late H. C. S.), Esq., Commander, will positively sail by the 16th March, and having very superior accommodation, presents a most eligible opportunity for passengers. W. WALKER & Co. February 18, 1839. For London Direct. Ti HE Fine First-class Ship S Susanna, 256 Tons register, John P. Ridley, Commander, has the greater part of her Cargo engaged, and being a Chartered Ship, will meet with the greatest despatch.-For freight, apply to A. B. SPARK. For London direct. [To SAIL ON THs 22ND MAncu.] r HE fine fast sailing SHIP City of Edinburgh, 366 tons per Register, T. W. P. Thompson, master, now loading at Newcastle, wl call here for passengers, and ca ry an experienced Surgeon. Application to be made to A.B. SPARK. 18th February, 1839. For Port Phillip. T HE Schooner AA& Kate will commence loading this day, for Melbourne. and will sail positively with all des patch, from Grose's St...

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

LAID ON, 3VUT TIMM OF SAILING NOT FIX D, Lord Eldon, for London, In all February-l fodlor. & Co.. agents Portland, for London, in all March--Gilchrist & Co.," agents Glenberole, for London-Montaelore& Co,, agents Mary, for the fishery-Hughes and Hosleing agents Perseverance, for Liverpool direct, ittl Al March Bagater, agent Achilles, for South Seas-Curtis, a3ont Catherine Jamieson. for London--H. Moore, agent EIIz*u Frances, for the Ilshery--Captain Lawson agent Iexander Henry, for the South Seas-Captain Lawson, owner and agent Partand, for London-Walker & Co. and Gilerist & Co., agents Susanna, barque, 256 tons, Rlidley master,for London -A. B. Spark & W. Carter, agents . Abel Gower, Hbnderson master, for London, fromN ew. castle. A. . Scott, of Newcastle, agenit City of Edinburgh, for London, from Newcastle-A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent -' Colonist, for Liverpool-A. B. Smith, agent Andromaehe, for London-W. S Delottte &.C...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The following vessels will sail this day, if the wind be fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

PROJEC'I'ED DEI'AIITTIlES. The following weasel. will snat this day, if the wind be fa. John Pirle for South Australia. A. B. Spark.'rent Zephyr; for the Flshery-Captain Lawson, agent' Hope, for Loudon-Monteflore & Co. agents .Nlmrod, for the Bay of Islands-Dacro, agent Tie followlng vessets have bent their sailt. Jamnes Moran. for Datavia-Gilchrlat & Co. agents . Jalmes Luing. for Port Phillip-Grose, .agent Luura, for Liverpool-Asplnall & Co., agents Governor Bourke, for the South Seas-Grose, agent. S"Eweretta. for London--Bott, agent Theresa, for Madras and Calcutta-Walker and Co., agents Geni, for the South Seas-JonesL owner and agent The following reasela have nearly finished loading. Alfred, for London, positively 17th March-Walker & Co., agents Aquilla, for Noew Zealand-D. Scott, agent.: Susanna Anne, for HobartTown-V. and. . Solotaon agents and owners. Desputdh, for London-Street. agent

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

3f)(pping _nteTigetcer. ARRIVAL. On Tuesday night late, the rchooner Hmannah, 90 tons. Hay. master, from Capiti, New Zealand, on the 29th iut with a cargo of Oil, Bone, and Flax. Passengers. lMessrs. Ferraby and Allen, one New Zealand woman, and four New Zealand lads. W. Wrlgbt,'owner and agent: A ship in sight from the stortlward at sundown.

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VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. The schooner Minerva, 122 tons, Captain Downes, for Lannceston, with 72 window cilla & stcps, aL Grlndstones, i) casks coal tar, 27 flagstones, 326 bars Iron, O d flag. stones, 24 Pumpkins, Cummings, Ilenty & Co -2 crates crockery. 24 cheeses, T. Downes-17 rolls lead, H. Moore, .enty & Co. The barque Zephr,. Captain Kitching. 230 tons, forthe whale fishery and whaling store. No passengers. The brig Ni'mrod, 124 tons, Captain Bennett, for New Zcaland. No passengers. The ship Jarmes Laing, 418 ton, Captalri Coles, for China. Passengers-James Sherwin, Esq.and Mrs. her. win, Dr. Johnstone and Mrs. Johnstone, for China. For Port Phillip, Dr. Holland. Mrs. Holland. child and ser. vant, W. Rutlldge, Mr. Haley, and Mrq, Datman. Steer. age-Two Messrs. Green. Alexandor and wife, Carne, Seals, Grennier, wife and two children.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

DEPARTURES. On WVednesday last, the schooner Dublin'Packet, Wells, master, for New Zealand. Cargo, undries. Yesterday. (Thursday), the brigMarlha, Higgius, master, for Newcastle ijn ballast. Same day, the schooner Mine.-va,Dowres,master, for Launceston. ('argo, sundries.

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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

Account of Wool Sales :by J. SOuthey & Son, oh 12th. October., 1638:- . Ex Duchess of Kent:-Mark ST. 292 bales, prlce Id to to 2s Shd; JR, 2, l1shd to Ss A ; IT. 16, 1,15 .to" s oed i ITH. 3S, Is to lS 7d; 'EF with H & H over, 25, is 2d'to Is 7d JG with.H & IHover, 19, 1a 91d to Is. I1d 1 H.& H with G in triangle over, 17 l 7Ihd: to Is 9d ; PMcll with' H & H over, 8, I1 4hd to Is 7d; JC, I. Ist B with H&H over, 7. Is ehd to I slhd H & Hwith O in diamond overi 7, Is 6hd to Is pd. ExMidlothian.-Mayltr SFW, 19 bals, price Is 2shd t Is Od; AA. 4, 15 4hd; D, 26. Is 11hdto Is 8d; IHE. 35, s-3hd to Is 4hd i TE, 8, les d to 1 9i'i ; RM with C&H over. 1, Is 2h; anchor in diamond, 41. Is 2Adto Is ph; RD, 24, Is 6d to Is ph; Beeltrees, 12, Is 6d to Is Sd. Ex Cockermouth Castle -Mark AB In diarnond,7 bales, price Is shd to Is 9hd ; AB, 34( Is 4d to Is 9hd ; D, 1, l9Od; RND 20, Is ad to 2s oh; ABC, 4, 2s Id BDC. 2, Is 3hd to ts h; B...

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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. WKDnEqSDAT, FERnuUAR 20Td, IR39. Before Mr. Justice \1illis, & Messrs Manning and Sempill. Assessors. The following oases were set down for this-day : Turner v. White.-Thts case was struck off the list, no one appearing when it was called. Hawley v. Tucker.-Undefended case, arising from a promissory note given by defendant, now insolvent. Verdict for theplaintiff. Evans v. Devenport.-Undefended; verdict entered for plaintiff. Barton v. Williams.-Verdict for plaintiff by consent. Connell v. Briggs.-Settled out of Court.

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THURSDAY, 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

IotIRSDnAY, 2IsT. Before Mr. Justice Willis, and Messnr. Rinnear and Johnson. Asessors. Lyons v. riggs.--No parties appearing, this case was struck out of the list. Norton v. Bryant'-Promissory note for money lent and goods soldand delivered. Verdict. .14 for the plaintiff. Barnett v. Wiseman.-Breach of contract, damages laid at £100. Thits case arose from a contract for Iullocks to be delivered ateertain periods, 10o at a'time. The cattle now n question were to be delivered fit for the knife, at Maltland. and plaintiff's witness proved that they were not delivered at the time appointed, and that they were then lean and in bad condition, altogether unfit for slaughter. Verdict for the Plaintiff-Damages i100. Bryant v. Humphrey.-An undefended action arising from a bill of exchange for 41507 Hebblew)dte v. Davls.-No i:arties appearing the case was struck off the record. O'Brlen v. Girard -Mr A'Beckett appeared for defend ant, and plaluntiff not appearing when called on, was non suited...

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN. [PER IMP. QUARTER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

SAVERAGE PRICES OF CORN. [Pun' MPr. usuarann.] From the London Gazette, 19th October, 1838. Isewp'Ari. WeaKLY AvsRAH.--Whrat 60s, Barley 31s 3d, oatn'2s?-d; .rye 3is ad; beans aga Id, pease 41s Id. AnaoruArs Avxa?,a.-Wheat GOs, barley 328 4d, oats 22s lid, rye 33ss d. beans 4ns. pease 30s td. burr oN F(OQUEUN. ConN" TILL .TJ1It DAY Wasc.s Wheat 21s ed, barley 13s Itd, oats 13s 9d. rye d1s Dp, beans Ds 6dpe.ase Ils. . . .. The alteration, in the duties this week are, Is more on wheat, Is 6d more on oats, Is ad more on rye,. and Is lO less on pease.

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. The Drama. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

'tYDNET ODNITOR Z .COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; 'FRIDAY IMOTItING, .FE.3R;UARY 22, 1839. 'athiw s5rtcnuate,'o; or aught set down In malice. The Drama. We believe that we have always been staunch a?ivocates of the drama in this colony: - of the •d-ama generally, but more particularly of the e legitimate drama." .We confess to a partiality `for the comedies and farces of the old school; we atre no advocates of 'the thing miscalled " the dram'a" nightly represented at most of the T.oadon "Jinor Theatres; we are no advocates for -that -species of dramatic entertainment which teaches the uninitiated how to cut a throat, blow a man's brains out, at pick a pocket,-the wholt of which seems occasionally (to make u-e of the phraseology of our 'Sydoey play-bills) to'form an ', impressivetableaux." 'Examples of virtue cannot be too often brought "before the public, .but more particularly in a dra suaItic' form, since hundreds go to the Theatre that ".sither,'sill not or cannot read; hence, a moral St...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

Birth. At Brisbane Water, on Friday the 15th instant, the wife of Mr Thomas Humphreys, of a daughter. Marriages.   On Thursday, by the Rev. Mr. M'Garvie, Mr. Joseph Hunt of Sydney, to Miss Sarah Clark Simpson, of Parra- matta. Deaths.   On Wednesday, the 2oth instant, William Roby, the infant son of John Roby Hatfield, of Surrey House, Surrey Hills, aged eight months and four days. At Brisbane Water, on Thursday the 14th instant, Mr. Patrick Mooney, aged 40 years.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

1W$ OF .THE : DAY. 15'..Durhanm n6otbeing able?to booak the con_ .utt i.? ipisterF in .Parlia? ent with re ard to his .,-pap,Sp tbhi sgiport o. whiih they abordd no tsesdtkit rjther acquiescee, ihas resigned. He had p: t ted hbis imentmitv to a o in Canada. He -'iiit EndJ1aiandi iraydia~y. .ir hip Lord Sahip.s not.paciled .io lir ,return, it .? supposed. Sbtl'tOh i po mition-o.the e1lbourone Mbinistty, al ,wd'.totterirg, ?stl brit?g it to the gr.oung. AN Aoatis 1Aooi.-Many. ladlcs and ':virtuopus' females 1f.Sydni :bae 'been- anmoyed for sorte. weeks, past by the impcttsLnoit tlentions ofr name ber of the stage, who :bhas been recently imported frnm the southward. , 'iVW thke this opporftgity of admoui'thinttlhis "' veterani votary of Venus'*" lest h'is?jAttiguing propenhitic should lead him into emrapas of .n cmbarrtsing nature, for his mature age will not protect hi, from the ju't resentment of the aisle relatives of the foehale tfo whoni bi' redculaous effrontery gives cofence. H...

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Monday, 22nd October, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

From the LIvxsRrooL MSRCAwNTIL AnDVaTIr?n ; Monday. 22nd October, 138. HALIFAX. Saturday..-There was a great samenessto-day when compared with the last two markets. There Is no complaint as to orders ; the'complaint is. thatbetter prices cannot be obtained. The next arrivals from America will, it is expected, change the face of things a little. RoQCnOALE FLANNEL MnARET.-There area few orders from the United States, which have, no doubt, tended to give great firmness to the market. A lalge business has been done in common g ods, and at a shade higher rate. There is no variation in wool. Lases, Tuesday.-There has been a tolerable sale for goods in the halls since our last, but the same feeling has not extended toflnished goods. From this it would seem, that our merchants are rather more confident that the present prices of wool will be maintained, than the London and other large houses. The next arrivals from America are expected to bring extensive orders. IlunDooDRnx?in, Tuesday -We ...

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Police News. WEDNESDAY, 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

Police .News* Wbp.dy'ESAY, 20'rn. Williams Gray, assigned to Mr. Egleton of "Liver pool street. was charted before Captain [lines hy Mr. James Ironside of lower George-street, with being sec, eted in his kitchen with his female servant, Bridget Dunn, at an nnseaimnable hour on Monday night, after the family lad retired to bed, and.Mar garet Dunn was subsequently put to the bar lcharged: with admitting him. Mr. Egleton being sent for, stated, that the male prisoner had been assigned to him from the ship three years ago, and had con ducted hlmnelfup to the period of his acquaintance with the female prisoner, who formerly lived next door to him, as a sober industiimns iand diligent servant, but since that perlod'he appeared to have been "completely bothered atter?her:" When he was ordered to do one thing, he would go and do another, and he had been firquentlycautiqned, that the conoxeion would bring him Into " trouble." Captain Innes observed, that the offence of which he had been guil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

S. , . . rt .. o~stpon *neni orSde of Cdei. E( s to a r no e to tthos ii rt sted th tib B Sale of. Cattle .~?n4 ,Sheep adver.i e, is the 'Public Tournals for wSAATURDA'last, thatais con -ciently easly, tfle SBale.Er ,Pbst ondw'ýntri' 'T1RT - DA.Y .(Toki 'o*ifio tlft 3` inistint. 'rostwonenen? o f ;Si4of iorisea, Catle, ai Ca riages . F W3s to announce-to tk. €i.treeei n.nl .1J. Public generally, thit, the Si.? a 1(LI5 Si 'AAt'TE, and CARRIAGES Idi'~iied t? hive alken pl fob SATJH4DAY . Rt-,thp1 "tlt bt~tapt. sanoavosia'ajr Pitoi d till (Trda (o'-mbn~cow) 23rd Inatant. Horses, Carriayes, anid Catde; ". T. WILSON' VWill SELL BY AL3'TITR, it .'it, Preitdrei , Nd. '74j, ceorge-trcet, ada ~otiveely witthouttrd serve, tht'ntl~fben titnieid --lrc edse CAttlr &c,4: TO-MORROW. EiBAtYRDAY fhi 8d;ait 12 . o'clock precisely, O NE Gray Entirk OTRSI;., I i'i[ittbi l' I hands high, splen-4dial tiru-e ali 4iti bi, t years-old 'One Bay Ditto, black 'poinitis, IS frzit s li t, v years old One...

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PRICES OF BRITISH STAPLE ARTICLES AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

PRICES OF BRITISH STAP.LE ARTICLES AT .IVEIRPOOI,. (From tA. Mercataile Ad?ertlser, ?October 22.) SCo PnaRR-Sheath, DB.,ts. &c. per lb. :?ild-Tile, per to', £86.. lRo-Bar, round, , inch, per ton, square, { inch, fiat. I hy c inch. £) 15y. Hoop, Inch, &c. £11 `s. Nail ItRdl £10O 5S. Shteet,. sin gle to No. 0, £12 S?. LiADn-pig, per ton, £"!0-. sheet per ton, £20 10s-S-hot, patent. £23. White, dry, £30-led. £23. TN--block, common, pea cwt. £4 6s. Tin Plates, (Wasters 3s and 4 Icess) No. 1 C, per box, £1 13s. X per. box, £1 19s. SOAP-lot yel. per 1121b. £2. Pale yellow, 47s to £2 9s. White, £2 16s. SALTT-(Hiver freight 3s extra) White, common, per ton, 14a-Brltish Hay and Patent-Bntter. 16s-Large grain, £1 9, Stoved. 201 to £1 1s-Rock, Prussian, per cwt. 10: Large lumps, 13s 6d-Irish ditto, ll, Gd. LIveaPoOL PaRCEs -Hides, salted. Sd to 5. North. American. salted, 3.d to 4d. '. Priovlsaors, Irish, Bacon. sq. mid pea cwt. Long middlew, £2 8s to £2 10--Beef per tierce, -I...

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