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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CRARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

Volt SALE, RtltblT, Oh CIARTa ..' Rete, brig, for freight or charter. 4 Cbb , a?e ts., SLoutlesa, brig, for sale-Aspinall , e oi?age?to "Caroline, brig, Tot freight orcharter, ? ker & CO. agente nws an:rTr T 'i nHAN.A."-On the lat. Februaty, two months from Cook's Stralhhts,.spoke the Alfdr whaler, of* Sydney, bound to Cook's Stralgts, four months oat, 450 barrelssperm.. December Igth. spoke the Frenob whaler L'Orienl, Captain Baxter, five months .from Nante, 440 black', 50 barrels sperm, the L'Orlent had spoken' the Bombay and several other whalers all doing well many vessel% especiallyAmericans, had lost their oflcerethrough too great ardour after fish. The American whaler Ga- ek had Ist her second and third officers, the former havlng been dragged overboaril by the laree-wharp, and the latter struck by a whale when fast to the fish. The Erle,. a British American, Captain Dennis, sailed from Cloudy Day on the 26th Dccember. and was to remaln out till April. She had been fr...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Adjourned Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. Before the Chairman and Mr. Sempill. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

Adjourned .Quarter Sessions* WEDNESDAY, 2Tnr FEBRUARY. Before the Chairman and Mfr. Sempill. The court was occupied .the whole of the day until near six o'clock, with cases of no public interest. principally consi5tin-g of petty larceny; twelve cases were disposed of during the. day. Margaret Parker, for stealing. Guilty-to' be transported to Van DIiemen's Land.for 7 years. James Warren, for stealing. Gt?-ilty-sentenced to be worked in an ironed gang for 2 years. Sarah M'Donald, stealing. Not Guilty-dis charged. Margaret Kelly for stealiig,. asndLiz.dsay Nemo for receiving. Not Guilty-diseliarged. Hugh Hensy, stealing.- Guilty-sentenced to be worked in an ironed gang for, twelve calendar months. Patrick Clarke and Mary Clarke, stealing fruit, property of O'Donnell a dealer. 'Not G.lty-dis charged.. This case occupied the court.a length of time from the garrulitv of O'Donnell and the prisoner Clarke." The. chaitrtan bore a great deal of unnecessary annoyance even after the jury had e...

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

- Ad.iertisemerfis sent to IkisO lice, must speci/j on the faCe'of thein, tie numer of times the., are. lo.be adurised;·otherwise, theg.`wi be. continucnd citargel untilo te ded. For London direct. S TO SAIL ON TuI 22-n MAnRCH.] HE fine fast sailing SHIP City of Edinburgh, 3t6 tons per Register, T. W. P. - Thompson, master, now loading at New st will call here for passengers, and carry an, experienced Surgeon. Application to be made to A. B. SPARK. 18th February. 1839. For London -Direct. l.. .• TILgE Fine Pirit.-chss -Slap Y... Siusannai; 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 despatpa.--For freight, apply td A. B. SPARK. FOR LONDON. THE remarkably fine first class SHIP Lord Eldoni 3$7 tons. regigter, Thomas Worrel Commander. The principal" part of the cargo of this vessel being already engaged she will be bne of:the 'erly Wn'obl SSbipsdof t'e: sdason.' Her accommodations ...

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The Late Mrs Fishman. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 February 1839

The Late Mrs Fishman.       Mrs Eleanor Ash, of Sydney, has called on us and states, she is the mother of the late Mrs Fishman, who died suddenly in the Watch-house at Parra- matta, on Thursday the 14th instant, as reported in our last number. She states that Mrs F. died within half an hour after being placed in the Watch-house. The child was at her breast when she died. Constable Armstrong: acknowledged to William Ash, the brother of the deceased Mrs Fish- man, that he " touched " Mrs Fishman on the abdomen in taking her to the Watch-house. This "touch " in all probability, caused her death. The neighbours say that Armstrong was violent in taking the party to the Watch-house, and attributed his violence to his being in liquor. But if this be so, why did not the jury search it out? It is also re- ported, that it was the sister of Fishman who was in liquor and not Fishman himself, and that the latter and his wife (the deceased) were very de- sir...

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

'Convict Discipline. Police-office, 21st February.- Catherine Murphy, assigned to Mr, Wallace of Elizabeth- street, builder, was convicted of harbouring a strange man by night in her master's kitchen. Her defence was, that she had repeatedly applied to her master to be married to the man, and had been refused. Mr. Wallace explained his refusal by saying, he con- sidered her conduct was not good enough to be married. Mr. Justice Brennan said be considered this reason sufficient for his refusal. Two months third class Factory, Mr. Brennan observing.'that had two magistrates been on the Bench, he should have recommended her sentence to be 12 months. This sentence is worthy of the colony. A female convict is refused marriage by her master, because she is not good enough, while at the same time she is good enough to continue to walt on and serve the same person's family ! ! But we differ with Mr. Brennan in thinking Mr. Wallace's reasons being sufficient on another ground. If no female c...

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

Sax.zs It AvUCXOW . ihich woill take place before our next pu'hicatiln. THIS DAY. A. POLACK-At his Bazaar, at 12o'clock-50 Dalry Cows. :J. T. WILSON-At his Rooms, at half past It for II o'clock--Drapery, Hosiery, Slops, &c. -MR. BLACKMAN-At his Rooms, atII o'clock-liats, Stationery, Toys, &. RO T. W. SMART-At his Rooms, at Il o'clock-M erchandise. :.. T. WILSON-At his Rooms, at half-past II for 12 o'clock-Horses, Carrnage', Cattle, and Sheep. ? T. WILSON-At the Qicen's Whlarf, at I o'clock, for hnlf.past Three Pleasisre Boats. Si. BYRNESAt Mrs. Walker's Inn, Parramatta, at 12 o'clock-Frechold Property at Castle Hill. -]TNHE COMMITTEE appointed to carry into . effect the objects of the Transportation and Assignment Petition adopted at the Public Meeting, on the 8th instant, at the '' Mechanics' School of Arts," inform the Public that, the Petition is now lying for Signatures at all the " Banks, and request that all those who concur with its prayer will affix their sig...

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

gydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPORTS. Srrais_-(in bond) P gallon-Rum, proof, to 30 O. P., 4s 6d to O0 ss4_randy, 5s 6d to 559 g-Gin, pale, 4s. ToAtceo-perlb-Negrohead, is 2d to 15 4d-Cavendlsh, 15. Svo a--per ton-Matlrtius, fine, £27; brown, 424 Java, 420tRefihedi, ld per lb. CorrE?-per lb--sd to Is. TCA per chest-Soouchong, .3--Hyson.skln, £4 128 6d -flyson, .2 2s per box. R?s-?per bagl?'atua. £1 5s--Java, ls. .s18-PCer lb--peppler, 3d to +d--Cloves s,s to 35 6d. tAsrs.s--lper Ib-Cape, Id-Smyrna, 444d W,1(s--(l wood) per lppe-Sherry, £25 to .0 Madelra, £25 to £15 -Teellfe, 48 to 4530-Port, o30 to .do-Cape, lo.-( In bottle)--per dozen ,.ampgoiei, 455 to 5.s--Claret, £1 to 1 15ss Madeira, ?1 to 41 t0s-Sherry. £1 Is to 4 7a G?- port. ?1 5s to £1 lOS. Po -- per id - Taylor's, £7 - Other Brewers' 5 10s-- rBottled, 14s per dozen. AcLsBurton, ?05 s per barrel-Elliot's, 46 1 0s per hhd Bottled, Dunbar'S, 15S per dozen. SALT PaovlsoaNSBeef, 4£6 Os per tieree-Pork, Irish, r4 Its per barre...

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VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND Vessels arrived at Hobarton between the ~rd January and 12th February, in the orderof theirtr. rivals.-Brilomart 243, Huntleyf 391, (an A??e. rican.) Adeluide 96, Bandicoot 58, Tasmarian Lass 47, Sovereign 244, Caroline 157 Sinatsman3I l Fairlie 755, James 359, GuillarJons'91, Ametlyj. 395, (an American Whaler), Vessels sailed between same dates,- losorsm4 for Port Phillip Frances 216, for London. A46e ' 105, for South Australia. Auriga 232, for Load,,, Lord Sldmaouto 194, for the whalltg eranads. ?r. mantan Loss 47. for Port Phillip: lrssonm 46, ot Port Phillip. Adelaide 96, for Po?r Phillip. Lat. 242, for London. Alaria Orr 289, for the f ?Ier, Huntrers391, for New Bedford ('Whlaler)* Vessels arrived at Launceston between samedatl, Black Joke 113, from South Austr.,lla. Sally An, 59, from Portland Bay. Louisa C?ambell274,frnm London. Industriy 96, from. Port Philllp. Toami 177, from the Mauritius. Elleng0o from Hobat, Lady Mlaey Pelhanm 207, from SoriltlAustralis...

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EXPERIMENTAL TRIP OF THE NASSAU BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

E<PERIMENTAl TRIP OFO THE. NASSAU IIALLOON. Arrangements having been entered into by a party of gentlemen, awho had made repeated ascents with Mr. Green, to take an excursion to Scotland, the balloon was kept in a state of itiflation for upwards of a week, so that advantage might be taken of. the first favourable opportunity.; but the wind conti, uing from the north, and the gas beginning to lose its buoyant properties, it was determined to ascend on Tuesday. At an early hour on that morning the party met at Vauxhall gardens, where they partook of a splendid d"jeuner at the private residence of Mr. Fr.derick Gye, and the arrangments hav ing been completed, Mr. Green. accom panied by Mr. B. Boyd, Mr. F. Gye, Mr. R. Webb. Mr. J. Thomas, Mr. Howard, and Mr. F. Dally, the balloon ascended, and was soon out of sight of the earth. Pre vious to starting, it was determined to effect a decent, if possible, at or near Dor chester, but Mr. Green observed, that the upper current into...

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"Emigrant" Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

"'Emigrant" Discipline. "PoLtcE OrICE? , F BRVUAny 22-FaEE Hrau n StsavAN'r.-Henry Bateman, aged nine:een years, a weekly hired servant to Mr. Simpson, general dealer of Lower George.street, was charged by his master with absconding from his service before the expiration of his verbal ngreement, which was froma Friday to Friday in each week, at the wages of los. per week. The prisoner's defence ws. that his mas'er refused to pay him his wages, which he particularly reqinred, and that he had not absconded, but left Mr. S.'s service in con sequence. Mr. simpnon admitted that he had kept the prisoner's wages a week in arrear, being apprehensive of his leaving hi, service, but upon the Iat occasion he gave him is 6d. out of the iOe. The pri-oner stated, (and it was not denied by Mr. Simpson,) that to relieve Mr S. from all apprelhension on this hend. he would give him a week's cwa ning be fore leaving. IIs master rddmiitter tha' the prisoner had behaved well while - '.-s service. Captai...

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ABUSE OF MUSIC LICENCES. To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

ABUSE OF MUSIC LICENCES. To the Editor of the Morning Clhronicle. St--'lhe liberal spirit in which certain of the Middlesex maaistrates advoctedtlie free grant of music licenses, I regret to find, bas been found to produce a very op. posite effect to what was anticipated. , The argument of the magistrates was. that the suffering music in public hoIuses would tend to improve the manners of the frs. quenters of theme, ,haa it would lend thein to prefer the concord of soft sounds to their own noisy brawlings, and that the pleasing and kindly exciteaoents of music woultl be a happy change for the heatin. and-irri,'a ting provocations of intoxicating liquors. The publicant, on their part, said, that they only wanted the mnusic licences to protect them frtom the annoyance of informers,.if a little music should be got up in their hou;es on occasional anniversary dinners, and the lihke. The request and the cma* plianee .eemed equally reasonnable; but what has been the consequence ? Under th...

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PROTECTORS OF THE BLACKS. Upper Hunter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

PROTEC'I'OItS OF THE BLACKS. Upper H-unter. VE. regret to hear, that ;\Ir. ifMayne's appointment to the ofce of Commissioner of Crown lands for the Upper IHunter, with extnaordinary powers, has not been productive of the beneficial results we fondly anticipated. Instead of rendering himself and his mounted force, a protec tion to the settlers from the outrages of the blacks, he seems rather to have assunmed the office of a spy upon their actions, and by his injudicious promises of protection to the ignorant Aborigines, he has encouraged rather tlhan checked them in their aggressions upon the proper:y of the settlers. Since Mr Mayne and his force have arrived at their destination, the blaýks hate been much blder and more frequent in their attacks on the sheep and cattle of the settlers, considerable numbers of which ?have been destroyed ; and to add to the general di,tress, several bushrangers, monnted and armed, have lately been com mitting a variety of depredations, hitherto with t...

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VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR SYDNEY AND HOB[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR SYDNEY AND IHOUA) ? a. per Hardy's SAlpping List, dated 27th September, i4a& other Lists up to the 24th October. Anne and ary, 25o0, Wilson, for Sydney, 4th October. Ann, 650, Murray, master. Asntigua, packet 300. M'Night, master. Alliquia, 177 tons, Gill, master, from Liverpool, entered for loading 8th October. Appolinr, 440, Rogers, for Hobart, 5th October. Argyle, 570, Gatenby, for Sydney, 10th Dec., bounty emigrants. Augustus Casor, 500, Lacy, for Sydney 3rd Oct. Brltish Klng.;from Loch Invar. N D, lst Nov., with Hilgb land emigrants. Chriattian, -, from Greenock, for Ilobart and Sydney, 18th Nov. Chercott, 25l, Nicholls, for Hobart, Ist Oct. Chasker, -, Arnold, for Sydney, cleared outwards 20th August. Duehess of Kent. 342, Newby, for Sydney, 10th Oct. Dawson,. -, Hassall, for Sydney, arrived at Gravesend 28th September. lixzabeth Moore, Cumming, for Hobart. Earl Stanhope, 350, Tilly, for Launceston, entered out wards for loading 6th Oct. Oilmore,...

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PROGRESS OF THE IRISH RAILWAY JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

I'ROGIIESS OF TlHE IRISH HAIVWAY JOI. Will the persons who have undertaken the deft nee of tlh Irish Railway Coin mis .ioners, and evidently write from briefs drawn out in Duh!in pu lish the nuthority tinder which the Comlmis.ionnrs are now i;ro?cecding to take prelhminary tensures fo'r the execution of railways which ntist assutredly Parlitatentl has not stnnttioned? Has there heen anotlher 'Treasury Minute, nuthoriz'ng -additional exlenditure by Colonel Burgoyne, Mr. I'ierce, M10hony, anti that pure set ? It ippeatrs certin at ,dl events, that the Comminsioners ari still itt work ; though aftler completion of their Report, their functions were supposed to have ceased. We beg attention to thle following advertiseatent in the Tpperaru Free Press, whit h we find quotrd in the Kilkeunny Journal of WVednesday last.. 'The Commnlonu ers appointed to inqtire into the nllsaner in which IRi lwiay omtutniaention can hle lmot? advantageiusrly pItom,.tecdin Itelintl, lavineU retllrted to her ?...

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Irish Landlords. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

Irish Lan? lords. (The murders in Ilelnnd ire attributed tr. its being a Catholic country ; just n" our Jolonial Scot,,h presbyterian and other I)igote (lately in the Colonwst) attributed the but. hrriea of the Spaniards in Mexico nId Peru, not to the bnlrbnrisrn of the uimes, (:as t e Proteslatnl butcheries of the ori;inal inhabitants of the WVes indies are also to be attributed) but to the eos qacrers being Catholics. Let us therefore listen to what the Chronicle say. of he tnranny of Irish Landlords in the present year of Catholic enfranchizati ,n 1838.-ED Svy MoN ) [Fro,n the Mon;:.xo CIuRoscr. of 1GM1 Dec.] Our Tory contemporary, whose sagacity in Irish aff.irs i; only to he paralleled by that of tile n ºted Sir H1-arcourt Lees, and who, indeed, has pt?,ved himself a formid able rival to that w.,rthy B tronet, has recently paraded the crimin.d calendar of ripperary in his leading article, with the view,. no d.,ubt, of fortifying the grand positi.n upon which he rests his fame a...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

FOR SALE, PREIG?IT, ORA CIIAlRTER. Nebe, brig, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co., agents. Losida,o brig, for sal--Asp)tlnH & Co., ngclats Caruline, brig, for freight or ctarter, Walker & Co. agent. News aY TIIE POTENTATit.-This vessel left Greenock on the 3rd October, bound for Hobart Town andl this port, with uterch:ndlise and passen gers. Sihe tuiade Holart on the 22nd January and renalned thetle until thie 15th inrtaint-she brings no news. Doctor Weir, of Glasgow, the Surgeon of the vesset, died on the voyage before reachiun Hobart Town, having been in an advartced stage of coinsumiption befte comnlaenclig the voyage. The States.manlt , fromt Liverpool, arrived at H atlart a week after the arrival of the Polentate. The James of London, was on the ptlint of starting for New Zealand with Ali.sionartels. L'Artemese was refit ting, and the Juliet, fro II London, with itterchan disc, had art ived just previously to the sailing of the PItentute. NEWS By TiE It ...

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

LAIl) ON, DUT TIMtIl OV SAILING NOT PIXiD, Lord E1ldon, for London, in all February-Monttefore & Co., agents Portll,nd, for London, in all March-Gilchrlst & Co., agents Gltrnherr., for London-Monteflorc & Co., agents M.ary, for the fishery-Hughes and ltonking, agents I'rsaercrance, for Livcrpool direct, in all March Bnagstcr, agent A?eilhe, for South Seas-Curtis, agent Catherine .Tanmesnn. for London-tl. Moore, agent Eliza Frances, for the fishery-Captain Lawson agent Ale.rander lenry, for the South Seas-Captain Lawson, owner and agent Parlnel, for London-Walker & Co. and Gilchrist & Co., agents Susanna, harqne, 250 tons, Ridley master, for London -A. B. Spark & W. Carter. agents Abel Gower, Henderson master, for London, from New castle, A. W. Scott, of Newcastle. agent City of Edinb'trglh, for ILondon, from Newcastle--A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent Colonisr, for Lverponol-A. B. Smith, agent Andro,,nelhe, for I.ondon-W.S. Dclo.tte &a...

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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 — 25 February 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTURES, The following vessels will sail this day, if the wind he fair John Pirie for South Australia, A. B. Spark, agent Zephyr, for the FIlshery-Captain Lawson, agclt Theresa, for MIadras and Calcutta, Walker & Co., agents The following vessels hare bent their sails. Alfred, for London, positively 17th March, Walter & Co., agenlts Panul Pry, for Port Phlllip--Mlne, agent, to sail 27th instant James Jloran. for Ilatavia-Gilchrist & Co. agents Laura, for Liverpool-Asplnall & Co., agents, to sail 3rd March Ewerettlt, for London-Botts, agent, to sail 27th instant Genii, for the South Seas-Jones, owner and agent The following vessels have nearly finished loading. Aquilla, for New Zealand--D. Scott, agent. erspatch, for London-Street, agent

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

T HE Subscribers to the Sydney .Monitor and Commercial Adver tiser are reminded, that no Receipts, except the regularprinted ones, princed at the Office, and signed in the hand writing of F. O'HRIE. & Co, arc regular, or can be acknowledged as valid for money paid the Collectors on account of this Journal MERCANTILE ARIANGOMENTS BETWEEN THE SYDNEI MONITOR OFFICE }ND T?IE PUBLIC. The "Sydney. Monitor" is published at 6 o'etock every Monday, Wednrsday, and Friday mrorninj, at the Ofice is George-street Letters not post.paid will not be received Subsceriberi not receirlng their Paperi regs rsr~ar re .Jatei to appll far redress at rthe eonitb'"OfJic. 'o verbal mvag.erU sent to the Monitor Ogfee, eas be attended to. The price of the Sydney 'J'"lor is 12. 6d. a quarter. bat if paid at the end of each qu. rter. 10s. The r/uar. ters end the 31st March, l0th June, 301. aepteruber., and 31st Decemnber, respectirrill. At- resignations mrst be accompanied by payment of arrears and of th...

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VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839

VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. Tleresa, ship, Captain Young, for Calcutta. No passengers. Stsannah Ann, Captain Delaney. for Hobart Town. Passengers-Messrs Seal and Jackson. Governor Bourke, barque, for South Sea Fishery, whaling stores. No passengers.

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