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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

CH AN'I'ER. Tf?HIS celebrated Chesnut.Coach Horse, who, for size, .L symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co-' lony, will stand this Season. at the places aind on the days specified belov---Viz. At 'Mr. Deane's,;Western Road, on? Mondays... Mr. James. Underwood's Half:way House, Tuesdpys.t Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys' Parramatta and Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Sma!lwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. Mr, Johri Town's Richmond, Fridays.: ' Mr. John Harris, Nepean, .Saturdays. Terms--Ten Dollars each' Mare, and one Dollar to the' Groom. YOUNG HECTOR. T HIS celebrated Horse will stand (luring the Season .L at the undermentioned places : viz.- Mr. John Patiick's, Campbell Town. Mr. Thomas Colloghan's, Liverpool. '. , Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Cobherty. Mr. Matthew Highland's, Prospect.' : Mr. Callaghan's, Appin.. Young Hector was formerly the iproperty df" Mr Sa muel Blackman, hnt 'now belonge., to Mr. .0lloghan. He was, got tby :tjb , well-known aBlood Ho~s Hecto...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

i' :.isrrumourei, that on the first, week on which a re cen ''ited Police Country Magistrate entered upon his 1 ctiopts, he gave sentence for the infliction of o=ls.hes I .that the next week he gave 1,200oo, and " on?.the following ,800; which is at the rate of s;oo&~i lashes:asyear in a village ! Although this.gen tleman to the =best-of our belief acts from the strictest sense of public justice, we would remind him, that the *scourge is now considered by the most enlightened men in :-"' -the army as well as out of it, a brutalislng punishment; the infliction of which, to say. the least, is cousidered a reflection on every Magistrate who wishes to stand well in the estimation of that part of modern society, whose good opinion is most worth having. 'We~have been requested to contradict the report which. app'ears in the Australian and the , Sydney Gazette, of prisoners having escaped rom .custody in Parramatta, as suehb is not the fact. The mistake probably origi iated in the ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

THE 1YIO1VITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1827. A LoNG letter appeared in Wednesday week's Austra lian, with the character of four stars affixed thereto, by way of signature; evidently proceeding from some ac tive and zealous Member of the Committee of the Cham ber of Commerce. We feel obliged to the writer; we think he is an old acquaintance of ours; and if so, the ptublie has been indebted to him for many lively sketches of men, manners, things, and politics, with which he has favoured our society. As usual, however, we do not agree with lour stars in all points, no more than we did with" WVW. or X Y Z. " Now that the government, both here and in England, seem to have thrown New South Wales entirely upon its own resources, and compelled it to provide for the payment of a.very heavy civil list, it was thought by all the Members of the Comlittee, that the utmost encouragement ought to ;be held out to every branch of our Colonial industry ; and that we should cease, as much as poss...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

House of Commons, ThraN, Mqg 31.--A vast . numa ber of petitions wqre prseaotctd frrl. Dipsnsters and others -some praying, for a repeal of the Test and Cor. poration Acts, sad others in favour.of.ivil and religious. liberty generally. The Six,4cts?--Liberty of toe Press. Ma. HuzmE rose to move for the repeal qf ONE of these Acts, passed in the year 1819--that which subjected certain publieatipqs to the newspaper stamp-duty. Du ring last session, le intended to bring the subject forward, but he now rejoiqed that he had delayed it, because ie hoped the change of Ministry, by bringing those into power who advocated a policy contrary to what had been adopted,. would now assist him in procuring the erasure of these acts from the statute-book. The House ishonld bear in mind the peculiar. circumstauces under which"the Six Ac:s were passed, and the way in which some of them had been allowed to expire. One bill, for redressing popular meetings, expired in 1824 : and he was strongly inclined...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

War BRADRDGE'S STORES, No. 38, CASTLEREAGH STREET. TjO be disposed of, the following goods, on Commis sion,- gentlemen's - town-made dress coats, waist coats, dress trowsers, surtout coats, shooting jackets, camblet cloaks, green and blue baize,. blankets, coun terpanes, green and blue table covers, black worsted stockings, children's worsted and cotton socks, crape beading, crape puffing, wadding, bobbin, skein and reel wire, pea*?fbuttons, silk, cotton, and worsted stay laces, silk boot and shoe laces, stay binding, tailors twist, sewing silk of colours, ladies' stays, ladies' and gentlemens' gloves, wax dolls, English and Italian images, coloured rhones, pens and pencils, patent brass cocks, iron spoons, copper pudding moulds, tea and :~ snuffer trays, japanned lamps, carving knives and forks, pen knives, razors, sailors' knives, scissars, elegant brass fire irons, stock locks, toasting forks, and CRICKET BALLS, a few pounds of FILBERTS in high preser vation. N. B. A few LINNETS ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

IT is rumoured among knowing politicians, that in lieu of 30 miles of coast which the Agricultural Corpo ration is entitled to, with or without its indentation, we know not which, the coast of the said Company oc cupies 70 miles, including both sides Port Stephens! ! It has given us much pleasure to have ascertained, that Governor Darling reads the independent Journals of this Colony with a most critical eye; and that no public wrong or private oppression is pointed out therein but is sure to meet with enquiry; and that in consequence, the letter-book in the office of the Colonial Secretary exhibits proofs by the score, .f His Excellency's inter rogatories which arise by means of The Australian and The Monitor. We believe this habit to be now fixed with General Darling : and while we feel gratified at the existence of such a habit, as well on account of the great public good, which it must inevitably ensure, as the degree of credit it reflects on the Government, we feel assured the ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

SPERM CANDLES; T HE above Article for health, economy, and brilliancy of light, any comments would be useless; are now selling by the undersigned, by the box, A. Polack, 61, George Street. N. B. For Cash only ; no orders will be attended to without. N OTICE.-This is to give notice, that persons supplying the Monitor Offlice with paper, stationary, pot-ashes, fuel, candles, or any other commodity except on the written order of the undersigned, or of Mr. A Hill, will not be paid. E. S. HALL. Monitor Office, Nov. 1st 1827. TO AGRICULTURISTS AND GRAZIERS. O N ALE at Mr. David Maziere's, Pitt-street, a small quantity of Alsalfa seed, lately imported on the Ship Elizabeth, from Valpairaso; this seed is well worthy the attention of Agriculturists ; growing to the height of three feet, and admiting of being cut down five times during the year ; it is quite new, and is the first that has been imported here. Also a Small quantity of Chili Hemp Seed; as the quantity is small, early application...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER. CHAT. Architectural Improvements of London, and their bene jicial public ejec ts. IN the absence of all foreign intelligence of any kind, it appears natural to turn our attention to the objects at home, and we know none of these which more immedi ately attracts the observation, than the daily improve ment of the metropolis. Almost every man of fifty or sixty years of age may now say of London, as Augustus might have said of Rome, " that he found it a city of sheds, and should leave it a city of palaces." It may be true, that this change had cost the expenditure of vast sums of public money, but it is equally true, that no money had been so wisely and so advantageously ex pended. All that has been spent in wars is gone. All that has been consumed in the luxury of the day and hour, for the last century, has disappeared, without leaving its trace behind. But what has been spent, and is daily expending, in the improvement of the me tropolis, in widening streets, in enl...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE, ENSUING, WEEK. I I SUN rises 14 minutes after 5' o.j High Water, 30 min. past 9 Morn.-S0 min. past 9 Nt. Leonard. Sun sets 47 min. past 6.. . High Water, 5 min. past 10 Morn.-25 min. past 10 Nt. 1 High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn.-11 at Night. S I Day increased 3 hours 57ininutes. :" Princess Aug. Sophia born. Si High Water 16 min. past 11 :Mornu.-35 rin. past I1 Nt. Day 13.hours 34 min, long. Sl'-- High Water 56 min. past 11 Morn.- .4ý ° Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, I 15 min 58 sec. before 12 mean time. 22nd. Sunday after Trinity. I, ; I "High Water 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min: pnast 12 Af. High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. O St. Martin. . Last Quarter of Moon 4 min. past 7 Mornin'g. Month of November. GARDEN.-Plant Cabbages but keep themi watered, or the drought will kill them. Carrots may also be sown in a light soil. AGRICULTURE.-The harvest begins generally in this Month Cut the Wheat rather green than over ripe, which...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

BHduingMiiutiaed 6s rB illage tbDel ta i q uQaCtejr tt outr, Couat~ r Frieiiid, fti e .eeie9l:.Lobq( igeC, to. ,~1~.t i t. igquiataeM aL<clshe**in tesaonuerizence.. . Odur ddiertisig friends aibealreddyrawoare,' that ou, charges aretthe samrn ar'sthose QfThhe ustralian. :?: l We -' ain tatke d te op rtrirttf ity o: t miind =all personis who. pay mso 'ieyt the M'onitor.OTfce or toi our- Agents up, the Comtryd to deinand'a printed RedceipL signed iri 4he hand. writng, f E. S. HdUi. ANab 'other :Receipts 'for m oney padn our account for, Jdurnals Aldvertisenents, or on any'othert account, canr be ackniowledgeedi b us. Several,of. our Subscribers having, oaflingheir acounts, re quested a deduction for such numbers 7of our Journal as they alleged they had not received, we take this oppora ty to state, that lir a country. wher there s no Post, it would cost.us inore to ensure. the delvery at. .the .door of, our up-country Subscribers to our Journal, than we charge for. it, Ther...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

infar::.nTaation o spect. e 9the country, of wdYie lience was not previously in possession; jn rd iideed hoov ould it d6? a'wlvhait it consisted-merely of a esuc-. cession of ho?p' t '.he is himself ptterly an4 shame fully ii`not??h t djii' bich~hbe ; resumed t~e We'k. v" nt;re! without the least ~,esitatoir?"t Stin, that so disgraceful an :exhibition o. f: ircompe t?c hee has not; beren vmade by "any: Finance Minister:in H land for ti ?re:than: a century. Before we proceed * tiiotlce the series of stupidities'of: which this speech' id :hade up,- considered merely .as a statement, and; ..which have only the fault of being. ridiculous, we neiist express our ipiniin 'of' the practical measure to - which the statement was subservient. , The,prppsal is, t? "ipply "r the' anticipated deficiency ,for. the .year, atnouning to about three millions (including.,the vote of. reditaby an increase to the Unfunded.Debt. .This is ts ridiculous as the other stupidities we have tohenu nie'ate' but i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

(From the Morning Chronicle of June. 1st.) ,rT ,i ppi? 'm ib?~e' for those not in the .eget, to know how far the refusal "of the Duke. of Welli.gton to be reinstatd-in, the office of cammander in chief (not a po ice; of. ,ce, tendered to him by the Administration, is tle result 'of an agreemcnt among the Seceders. If he';, e not actually fettered by soine pledge to his party At e eftisal of a favour, which his Sovereign wished to cqufer. on hin, bespeaks a sufficiency of hauteur. It woul : almost appear that his Grace really believes What sqpie of his pblitical friends have lately so repeatedly dec?taec that never was there' such black ingratitude shewii to: aniy individual as has been shewn ,to him. Really we think his Grace 'hs as little reaison ~s any man that ever lived to complain of ingratitude, for he hi:s been loade'dii'ith' wealthi and hnnotir"wbhile neither tontbgi ni r p en s ever atiemnpted to quiitioh his Smerits as a Com'iaiider. i: , fact,'he has been so much 'idolfze...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

Pr ppietoi r met yester. lay atp approve .: ftl' 'ne of .Partnershi an'did to elect D rectosýt 'i p .oTb1i iprl. ples of tisBanik, .as estabIshed by Goernore qarie, were e irel abandoned'~. and in 11i of le an .te .people freely, a Directors, Ws4ugne, was hie' prder of. th ,dv.. :1he, Bank is become .. mere privaa concern, ~in which the public have, no iight to feelbhalf so rpuh:: "interest as. they ...aught ti the' success of Messrs.:.ones and Walker's fishing speculations, or in that of Mr. T. H.,James's ''obacciManufactory. These two latter firms, enlarge the resources of' the Colony, and. add to' the wealtb, importance, and respectability of the Country. Whereas our two close Bainks, are like two monied'Jews, who take £15,000 a year from . the Colonists, foir which they most generously lend them about £30,000'[ !.!! As the individuals who; borrow the £30,000, hpowever, pay nominally only ten, tlie ret of the £15,000 (namely £18,000) is.obtaizied by.means of' every lbody paying f...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

,.., CAUTLON. ., I: IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 11 persons I trespapsiswg op the land of J. S. Spear ig, situated; at the Illaw?'rra, (contabing four thopsand acres) ;v, ill. be prosecuted, and all Cattle found depasturing will be impo`nded uafter.this notice. To let, several small Farms on clearing lease. None. need apply that cannot give satisfactory reference. P'auls.. rove, Illawarra, . )October, 23rd, 1827. fj TO AGRICULTURISTS AND GRAZIERS. O N `ALE at` Mr. David Maziere's, Pitt-street, 'a' small quanitity of Alsalfa seed, lately imported on" the Ship Elizabeth, from Valpairaso; this seed is well worthy the atteniion of Agriculturists ; growing, to the bheight of tliree feet, and admiting of being cut down five tiines duiring the year ; it is quite new, and is the first. that has been inimported here. Also a Small quantity 'of Chili Hemp Seed; as the iquantity is small, early application is necessary. Sydiney, Nov. 1st 1827. S MITH ANDn HORTON, Waterloo Fruiterers, King" Street, hav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

• ýa ' B<t "# adf' "i&n--l tt. ivaehy~nntarte * .:feii ir 3* c tM? d.y?m t: r tjoii"iMtýty 4og (11 , It bid e "'o vti e p fol plai le .. t oe "d i ?k? ý týih i?ble ';ýh1n theor.oiidais, ;earn soes A s b:F diit4 c`> esMMo : ar J ¬j archaketicý r erty, .ýudaciopsa ` tv' tti (q ` 'ilit' ibi§aitýbel tlbaid. .Thtails nd 'ay an 1l i4; bA6 br .bid t t l t h e Qc o al d .tto o tifi i st e l I l tiii They iscorMe thei to be :natives ; Asi thy " f?.ý;ret ?re +tlWP llppe 'from. tree t.r teCee :.a Sbi~gfhity3 wi~d mE to hlid tbleir. t .bes :+, At ile gtl theye came within spearing distance, and threw -tlheit ' ' tood:i spears e atJ: oit r :people; : ting.' tglit out f t'it lihads. Hflaig bit 'sin muskets among thei5 ito had d gone out ith :the cattle) six :'of'ur people ?t dd i'front, and aftbr ,itiai gai~e their piecesslObhe otiE fiiiie behiiid them to load, tbemselve? shiftingin the '.inm~r time, to avbid the speake,. The. :enemy, 'thligh pitnbers fll,'stbod; to 'the. co...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

SSYDNEY MARKETS, Averag~ price on q?antity sold,--Wheat 5r. per,Bushel.-" Maize 6s..?Barlcy Ga -Oats 4s. Gd.-'-Fine Flour, 14s.8d, 'sterling per 100 Ib.-Sp-eond do. I I,-Bread 3)d. to 41d. per 21b., Loaf.-.-Butter (salt) 2s. 6d --Fresh 3s.---izi Ie. 6d. per doz.-Colonial common Cheese Is. 3d.---ow1s 4R. 6d. per couple.--Ducks. &-.Geese Ga. 64. eaeh.-?tur. kids none,--Turnips 2id. per bunch.-Carrots 2d --Po.. tatoes.16s. per cwt -Beef per lb. by thecQuarter 4d -by the Joint 6d.---Mutton 7d.--Pork 8d;-Veal 8d.--Cow4 from £4. so £8. pcjor.diig;ito:size nnd quality.---Engsh. bred lar e 1kh Cowa,.in,good condition £9. to £12. . . ...... " ~iERCHANDIZ1L:i . Nlyson Tea, £12. per Chest 'of :64 Ibs:--Open OGreen .Tea very superior £7. IOs.--Bugar :Is of France 5d.--TobaccO per Basket Negrohead 4s. 94.--Brazil e,. S, 9d-d Dglish,Soap per box 6r d.-Branci y (veryE?arc.e.)ýbs.-Runk (per6GaOlons) 8s.-Gin 2 0s.---White," wine .per, ck q.3.64, to,, P{. jp 'allon.,. -Bno demal4 for - :, '.:...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

DOMESTIC, . The Elizabeth sails on Monday for London. She   is wholly freighted with Colonial produce, Wool, oil, New Zealand flax, hides &c. The Elizabeth is a hand some ship, and has only been launched about two years and a half. . We are grad to hear of the arrival of two addlti l Surveyors in New South Wales. Instead of two being sent however, the exigencies of the Colony demand 2, for numerous grantees, as well Emigrants as others, arc now wasting their time and capital and awaiting in idle ness, until' their' Lands be measured, and they put in peaceable possesion of, them. ONE of the horses of the Royal Mail, in proceeding down the Brickfield Hill, on Mondaiy morning,; stumbled and fell. No accident happened. ' The over-loaded state of the coaches puts the lives of many persons-in' daily. jeopardy. The Australian speaks of a glut of British' godds and of Manchester goods being sold at '25 per Cent below cost. The latter fact we do not doubt, beeiuse instan...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

LOND ON NE WSPAPER' CHAT. FRAcAS AT TUE. OPERA HPoUS.*-On AMoplay, the Marquess of Worcester appeared-at Queen-squareoffice to sustain a charge of assault, which had been preferred by Craig, one of the Bow,-street patrol, against the footman of Lady Dorrien .Magens, far obstructing the sedans at the Opera House, on Saturday night last. It appeared, from the evidence of Craig, that:he wagpon duty with other officers on Saturday evening, and that his business was to. regulate the door in Charles-street,. where the servants of the nobility go in 'and" out. About a quarter to 12 o'clock, the Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury. was endeavouring to pass to her sedan, when the footman of Lady Magens thought proper to obstruct the passage. It so happened that at this moment the Marquess of Worcester came up with .a 1adyenhnms qram the -sfootnan of Laudy MAons .v 0 atil1 troublesm3ne, .so nuquh -sq. ':A to . hlel? P atte way,; whenithe. 1 arqtiess civldly ask:d him to stand 'a"stde \baut intet...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

CHANTER. ' THIS celebrated Chesnut COach Horbe,; ht; for si|e, i: smmetryi atid strength, stands unrivallediti the L inry, will stand this, Season at the places aid oth?liedaysj ' ? pe's, Wtesterp Road, or} Monday. fi.:Japes. Underwobd's.H alf-way, oputse, Ti es~lys. :O r. J. Smiths.Cross. Keys Parmamatta .and: M. º..HI :Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. ' . ::; 'ilihnT6wn? Richinond, Fridays. Mr.. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. " ni? -Jd~ "D1 'ais eahi M1are, and ohe.Dbllair top the Groom. r[HIS celiebrated Horse will stand dring the Season L at the undermentioned places : vz.- ' frv Jdihtiini 'agriple's, d m ell: Town: :: 'I. Mr. '"homas Colloghan's, LiverpooL.: Mr. S~muel Blackman's, Cobhertyi Mr. Maithew Highland's, Prospect. Mr. Callaghan's, Appin. Young Hector was formerly the priper~ty, of M1r. Sa ,nuel Blackman, bit now. belongs to?M .. Collghan. He was got, by that: well-known Blood Haorse Hector 'out of a thorough bred Blood Mare...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

Arrivals.-On Monday the Marquis of Anglesea, Captain Howard, from London and Portsmouthb, with sheep for the Australian Agricultural Company. She sailed 25th. June, and brings fourteen indented servants for the Company, with 5 cabin passengers. Also, the Schooner Resolution from Port Dalrymple, 8thOctober. Lading - Wool, Skins, Potatoes. and Wheat. Passengers - Messrs. Egan and Murphy. This day, the Elizabeth, Capt. Collins, from the Mauritius with a cargo of sugar.       Departures.--The Rolla this Morning for London with Colonial produce. . Projected Departures. -`Ship Elizabeth on, Monday for London diret, with Colonial produce. Layton for Sin-     capore 15th Inst. Albion for London direct, at an early day. Medway for England via Hobart Town. REMAIN IN HARBOUR itht` lt. M. '8. Pandora-- .Elsabeti4 Champion, Alfred, Cambrtdg ~ f edioay, Prince Regent,; Elizaeth-, and Ephemtina. BARQuE ;yn.i.' BaoRI Fatme, tVllington...

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