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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTULRES. The following vesels will sait this day, if the wind be fair GOoernor Bourke for fishery-Grose, agent Susan, for Batavia, A. B Smith, agent The following esscels have not only bent their sails, but are also ready fur sea. Despatch, for London-Street, agent Eweretta, for London-Botts, agent The following vessels have nearly finished loading. Laura, for Liverpool-Aspinall & Co., agents Lord Gldon, for London-Monteflore & Co.. agents Gorernor Phillip, for Norfolk Island, Government agent

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. 27th February-The ship Susan, Captain Payne, !fr Java-no passengers.

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Sharp Practice. SUPREME COURT—FEBRUARY 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

Sharp Practice. SUPREME COURT-FsaauARY. 1939. 0OlOlnon v. GrOves.-Thls .w.ar, .5i b?ro.hbt by an r Auct cnnpr ngoinnt tsi. Groves, of the Theatre. for the amount of a promissory note for ,eg Igs. 6d., and inte. rest at 8 per cent., which amounting to 8s. made the claim ~l,, 7s. 6d. The plaintiff had sold goods to a nerson named Hamilton, but refused- to give him credit without further security. Hamilton brought Mr. Groves to Mr. Solomon, who drew out a note payable to himself, which was signed Iry Groves and (though made payable to Solo. mon) endorsed by Hamilton. Mr. Solomon's clerk deposed, that he had seen the note drawn out and subscribed by 'both parties, and had presented it for payment to Groves several times since it became dclue. The note was never presented to Hamilton as he was in the interior. Mr. O'Reilly, as Solicitor for Plaintiff, had made application by letter to the defendant, but had received no answer. "this wans Solomon's case. Mr. Windeycr, for the defence said...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

Meetings of the na orking classes conti,,ue to be held in varions p.,rts of the cuntiy,-at Manchester, Liverpool, Shlttleld, Brighton, and the poplmlu dist. Slict found Trowbtidge in Wiltshire. Of these, the Liverpool gathering was the least imnportant, tll numlbers not excreding 2,000 (according to any ac. count we have seen) ; neve thele-s, it was probably t qual to the expectatlions of those who summltlld it; for Liverpool reseahrles London in the general ahlmnce at ttonrg political feeline amnong the Ihumbler classes, and ha itual snthttuission to the in fluences of wealth. The Shellield universalists mustered, it is said, about 20 000; and in regal, fashionable, non-mantufacturing Brilgton, 2,000 assembled. linut the Manchester meeting was really formlidable; not only the South Lancashire district, but Stockport, Macclesfield, and other places in Cheshire, contributed many thousands to the Im. Ioense assetlltly, whose numbers were put down at random at 300,000. PIrotal,ly there...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

SYDNEY IARKIETS. Flour-at the Mills. FINP. SECONDS RATION. 3OS 93S 25s Wheat--nt the Mills (CLV.AN.) Colonial. fr m IIs to IIts Van Diemen's Land, from 12s. Maize-Prices given Growers, from as. 6d. Retail prices, from 9s 6dto 10s In the quotations from the Mauritian Price Current in our last number, for "Grain" read Gram. It is to be bought at Port Louis, for about 2s. 10d. a bushel, and is excellent horse feed.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

The Parliamentary Registration prooeeds in the manner anticlpdted from the lazy Indifference at the Libernls and the hopeful activity of theTorie. With scarcely an exception, the latter have ncceredrd in beating down the numbers of their antagonist,, and magmenting their own. The Metropiltan County is clearly lost, and the Torles tmay reckon on returninr two Menmb ers at the next elecltion, In London City. it reference to thecomllarlve norn. tiers of claims and objectins shown Tl'orylist in the ascendllant. In the counties, and in sone of alls pa incipal Boroughls, the ane reulr, is oltaired. Were an election to take place Ier'te theregl.ri t tiot next tyear, there woul.l be a large Tory ne-ji. ritv returned for Eneland. Sir Itobert Peel, the Times now plainly announces, is only waiting lI he can be sure of a majority in the Hue of Cnt. mnno, to tern otlt the p.resent Ministers. Tile Moeritng Chronicle eagerly snatcrled at the admli.. sion of thle 7Ymes that the Tories were not yet ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. AUSTRALIAN GAS-LIGHT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. AUSTRALIAN GAS-LIGHT COMPANY. A special meeting of the proprietors of this com. panty was held at the School of Aits, yestelday at -12 o'clock. Colonel Wilson in .the chair. The attendance was very thin, there being at no time more than fifteen in the room. Dr. Nicholson suggested the propriety of doubling the price of the shares, but the question was not gone into as the meeting had been called for special purposes, set out in,the newspapers. The' following resolutions were passed, and the meeting adjourned sine die. The directors present immediately formed themselves into a committee for athe transaction of private .business. Moved by A. B. Spark, Esq., and seconded by Mr. Woolley.--' That in cunformity with the recommendation of the Directors, and in pursuance of the provisions of the Act of Council, in that behalf made and provided, this meeting do now call for the payment, oil or before"thIe 14th day of SMarch proximo, of a thirdJstaElanent of one pound per sha...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

Mr. Babisgton was once in an attendance on an Irisn man. for whom he prescribed an emetic. His patient i. mediately exclaimed with great aicede, " My dear doctor, it's no use your giving me an enmetic; I tried it twice in Dublin, and it would not stay on mystomach either time." --Sunday Paper. nde.ARThe.-M. Lalande dined one day at the house of Recamier, the banker : hIe was seated between the ele. braced beauty. Madame Recamier, and Madame de Staee, equally distinguished for her wit. Wishing to say some. thing agreeable to the ladies, the astronomer exclaimed, " How happy I am, to be thus placed between wit and beauty !" - "Yes. M. Lalande, (sarcastically replied Mladame de Stael,") and without possessing either." JUDICIAL PLEASANTRY -A lawyer, now deceased, a celebrated wag. was pleading before a Scotch Judge, with thomn he wan upon the must intimate terms. Happening tol ave a client, a/emale, defendant in an action of the name of Tickle, he commenced his speech ln the following h...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

To CORREsPONDENTS. -We would cheerfully ohlige Mr. Dally, but it is contrary to the duty of Editors to admit the discussion in their columna of private wrongs. W'or, the party attacked, would jastly claim the right of reply; the first corres ponder.t would entreat for a rejoinder; theother -would crave atsecond reply, and thus our-columns would be filled with a private affair. Besides which, as private quarrels arise every day, 'others would appeal to the pu!iic through the pnpers; so *there would be no end to the consequences of open. a door in a single instance to private differences. am m i m n aa p? a m

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. ALEXANDER HENRY, barque, 300 tons, James, nmaister, Lawson, agent and owner, at Duke's wharf rfitting for South Seas. ALFRED, barque, 716 tons, Flint, master, Walker, & Co. agents, at their wharf, taking in wool for London. ACHILLES, bark, (whaler) 195 tons, Lee. master, Duke & Co. agents-at Duke's Wharf, refitting for Suth Seas. ANT)RO.MACHE, barque, 468 tons, New master, Walker & Co.,agents-in Cove loading for London. AVON, hnrque 264 tons. Cole master and agent-at Pittrnan's Wharf. refitting for South Seas. BEE, 134 tons, Dunning, master, Peterson, agent, at the Liverpool wharf, discharging. BRO.MLEV17, brig, 231 tons, Knox, master, Camp bell & Co, Bligh-street, agents, in Cockle Bay, taking in the dlargaret Rail's oil for New York, CAROLINE-brig, 238 toans, Rodd, master, W. Walker& Co. agents, in Cockle Bay. refitting. COLONIST. barque, 261 tons, Cowman. master, A. B. Smith and Co. agen...

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LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

LAID ON, AND ostMs LOADING. Portland, for London, in all March-Gilechrist & Co., agents Gleobernfe. for London-Meontefore & Co., agents lsary, for the fishery-l-ughesaid Hosking. agents Perevecrauce, for Liverpool direct, in aUll March Bagster, agent .ehttler, for South Seas.-Duke & Co., agent Catherine Jamieson. for London--H. Moore, agent EItra Frances, for tie fishery-Captain Lawson agent Ale.ransderHenry, for the South Seas-Captain Lawson, owner and agent Porland, for London-Walker & Co. and Gilchrist & Co., agents Susa5nn, barque, 2l6 tons, Ridley master, for London -A. B. S.,ark & W. Carter, agents Abel Gower, Henderson master, for London, from New. Castle, A. W. Scott. of Newcastle, agent City of Edlnburgh, for London, from Newcastle-A. B. Spark, agent Colonist, for Liverpool-A. B. Smith, agent Andronurohe, for London-W. S. Delo!tte & Co., agents Orient, for London, Walket & Co. agents, not yet in part. Columbsan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

1'otice. M'IT. WILSON announces to the Literati of New South Wales. that his SALE of BOOKS (which was POSTPONED in consequence of Nliss Wallace's'Concert occurring on Wednesday) will <take place THIS EVENING, the 1st of March.' BOOKS. 'I. T. WILSON, "'nnounces-to the Literati of New South Wlales, that he will hold an EVENING SALE on FRIDAY the lst of March, (This Evening) at his Rooms, at half.past'7 o'clock precisely, of. O NE of the most Spendid Collections of B"ooks ever offered to the WVorld. Amongst them -are the works of Sir Walter Scott Byron Bulwer Ainsworth Grattan Ilfrs. Roche Aliss Porter Gait Sophia Lee Cooper Mlrs. Holand Captain Marryatt Miss Ownson It ving Dallas Ainsby SGodwin -Hol.ton Chamiers Mrs. Opie Lady Morgan .. Mrs. Bray Mrs. Inchbald lion. Mis Norton And nimanny other distinguished Authors. In soliciting public attention to the above valua. 'ble collection of Books, J.. '1. W. would Fccuse the *reading part of this intelligent community, that neve...

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Grapes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

Grapes. We should like to give the public an estimate of the quantity of acres of vineyard now in cultivation in the colony. and the quantity in .pleparation. Also the age of the vineyards. 'iThose gentlemen who think it worth while to favour us with this information, we shall gladlytreceive and givr it publication, in order to encourage the culture'uf the king. ofthe-fruits,and the idol of the ancients. We know that Sir John Jamnlison, the Messrs. M'Arthur, the lessrs. (:ox. & . &c , &c., oa.this side the motnitains, have extensive vineyards, and. that some of then. are aged. At "Hunter's River,' Messrs. WVynddam, Pike. King, Caswell. Bu-hly. Dunn, and Ogilvie, have vineyards. but .we do not know their siz., their age, not the qulanltity of wine they make. Ve learn. ithat Lieuteniant Caswell. of T'l'enilba, has six or seveni ncres. anid thalt tiiiee of tlhem ase sixsyeats and two fur )ears old. lie makes six hogsheads of wine thiis v'ar. It is repo!ted,that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

BALBBS BY AUCTZOW WhAich will take place before our ne.t pulacatl on THIS DAY. A. POLACK.-at his I:tzaar, at 12 o'clock, carriage Horses. Carriages. Drays, &c. J. T. WILSON-at Monre's Wharf, at half-past 10, for II o'clock, Oil and Whalebone. J. T. WILSON-at his Rooms, at half-past 11 for 12 o'clock, 5,000 Sheep. TilIS EVENING. J. T. WILSON-at his Rooms, at half-past 7 o'clock, Books. TO-MORROW. HEBBLEWHITE W,'t the Stores of A. B. Spark, Ironmmnnery, Drapery, Stationery, Saddlery. &e. I. LIMMONS & CO-at their Mart, at 11 o'clock, lroamoneery, Wearing Apparel, Merchandise. I. SIMMONS & CO-at their Mart, at 12 o'clock, Tortnoiehell and Ivory Combs. T. W. SMART-at his nooms, at 11 o'clock. Pha. ton, Saddlery, Wearing Apparel, Household Goonds &c. T. W. SMIART-at his Rooms, at 12 o'clock, Sheep at Wellineton Valley. J. T. WILSON--at Cecil House, Kingestreet, at half past 10 for 11 o'clock, Htnsehnold F"urnlture, Plate, &c, of the late W. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

The duty on tfreign corn has again advanced to 10s. 8d. per qtuarter. Bu it im atters little nuw whait the duty i.: it cannot be said that the Corn-law keep foreign wheat out of the country, for there is none, itr very little, to corne In. The crops in France are deficient, and in Gertmany far belin the averaget nuch is the intelligence from undoubted sources re. ceived thli, week. Ireland, too, wlich we were ii utled would Ihave a sllelahiundant harvest, is likely to be uts deficient ias England; for ton thrashing, the yield is di-covered to be small, and the quality inddll fesent. In the mean while, the price of wheat, which had declinled iif:dr touching the point wlich enabtld the liilders to release the stock in bond at the lowest duty, again steaidily advances; alnd the contviction is becouing gceneral, that It willl ut ha permanently lower for an idlefinlte period, Certala Tory and Ministerial newspapers, in contradiction of tie detailed repolts pullished In their own columns,...

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English Extracts. DREADFUL FIRE AT MANCHESTER. MELANCHOLY LOSS OF SEVERAL LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

English Extracts. DREADFUL FIRE AT MANCHESTER. MELANCIIOLY LOSS OF SEVERAL LIVES. MAnwasTA?St, SUNDAY Ev.nNtro.-It is our painful duty to record one of the most fatal calamities which has befalleu Manchester for some time. About twelve o'clock on Saturday nligt, Patrick Chilton, private watchman on the premises of Messrs. Macintosh and Co., manufacturers of the celebrated waterproof material for cloaks. Be., at Cborlton.upon-Medloek, dis. covered smokte issuing from one of the upper windows of the manufactormy he instantly gave the alarm, and the fire-bell had scarcely began to toll era Mr. Rose and his fire.brigade, accompanied by two engines, were on the spot. By this time, however, the flames had burst forth with alarming fierceness, and although the engines imme. diately commenced playing on the building in an incre. dibly short space of time, the whole of the upper part was enveloped in one vast sheet of file. About one o'clock the hose of one of the engines was passed up to Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

Advertisements sent to this OQiice, must specify on the face of them, the number of tiunes the are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. lm , ,um nP ~ CI I I-g ... . .. . .. .. :- .. .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . -: .... .. .. "Mailland" Steam Packet. r A T the request of several Residents in the Wil liam's River District, the above vessel will take Pas sengers and-Freight to Clarence Town, on the first Saturday of every month, commencing 2nd March. The arrangement will not interfere with the regular trips, as she will run direct to Morpeth, and proceed from thence. to Clarence-town, where she will remain only four hours. For London direct. [To s'AL. ON TIIE 22ND MAncil.] T HE fine fast sailing SHIP _ City of Edinburghs .366 tons per Register, T. W. P. i Thompson, master, now loading at wecastle, will call here for passengers, and carry an experienced Surgeon. Application to be made to A. B. SPARK. 18th February. 1839. For London...

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The Petty Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

The Petty Jury. TnaPlate nocurrences in the Supreme Court and the Court of Quarter. Sessions, must, we think, at heast have htaggeredl. if they have not fairly opened tile eyes of.the: admirers and defenderso"f our ,pre 'ent JitSy. ystem. n In the Supreme Court, not to mention 'minbr .-ases, look at the nequittal of the morderer. of the Blacks. on the firsi trial, in the 'teeth of ?heCo ost positive and incontrovertible evi dence. Look' again at the verdict of the Jury,in tihe case,of the murder of Prosser, late an Inspector of the Sydney Police. The circumstances attendant on the latter trial mutlie too fresh'in tlhe reculle6 tiori of our 'readers to rend?tr any. recapitulation of then necessary. WVhat theirecould be in this ease to; ju"Lify 4" vedict of acquittal .on the capital rharge we cannot discover. A prisoner legally in custody attempts to make his escape; the attempt is resi-ted, and in the struggle which ensues, -the ruffian murders his keeper 'Ihere are no mitigating cir...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. The Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

SYDNEY MONITOR g COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY I(MORNING, MARCH 1, 1839. ..Nothing eztenusate. moro-tght set down in m'tire. SH AKdPEIARE. 'The Concert. liss Wallace's cancert was-well attended. The "Governor, lady, and suite; Sir Mant ire O'Connell. lady. family, and-suite; and many of the principal 'familiesof Sydney, were present Both Sir George and Sir Maurice were well recei.ed. TEe singers being few, the duties of the evening tfell chiefly on Mi-s Wallace and the Amateur; " which, on account of their superior talents, was felt to be no s,:eat loss. Mliss Wallace seems ahvays to be improving, though this nmust be mere notion when the improve. sment supposed I. not a month old. She sang with iher usual fore-, feeling, and hrillianc) on Wednes. day evening. Every -ong seemed -better than the last. Wc think Miss W. might improve in one onint-5-hv ;,;,:, . . .:. I- --. utll- ?* , -5,. * uses more than former'y, and we like the novelty so-well, that she need not at present be afraid ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

BIRTHS. At Fairfield, Windsor, on the 23rd instant Mrs. Gamack, of a son. On Sunday the 24th instant at No. 13 King- street, Sydney, the wife of Mr. H. J. Richardson, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Yesterday, at the Jewish Synagogue, Mr J. Moses, of Yass to Miss Hannah, third daughter of Mr. Joseph Aarons, of Sydney. On the 21st instant, by the Rev. Mr. M'Intyre, by special license, Captain James Williamson baque Caroline, to Georgina, daughter of Mr. Thomas Clark, late of Edinburgh. DEATHS. On Thursday, the 21st instant, Henry, the infant son of Mr. James Alderson, of the Audit Office. On the 21st instant, at Millers' Point, Catherine Taylor, aged 1 year and 9 months. On the 21st instant, in Cumberland-street, William, the infant son of Mr. William Clarke, shipwright. On the 22nd instant, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Dear, shipwright, of Clarence-street, aged 11 months. On the 26th instant, William Thomas, son of Mrs. William Ashenden, superior Barrack Ser- jeant, Sydney, aged 4 years and...

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