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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

- -~~ ~ ~ - ý.. s~ '-..V;. 'S-i ., _ :' . ý '1"rý "ý y t " A rtee fo. r pt o __ rr dZfW n~tech tlcn Cih Juno, I 9, givingº, ', of ",ord in CŽ4taej~ notiie shut they UW~ grflt~ .Z~fee erI~ "p oUl cor.". ,.> the Cc: iAT? Oflice, of JohnTor . P . Wao~oZ andzj.:iv 3 .Cod..7 1s Nrz Notice fur enfl er for tli coy' e' lEOs r od$~ t . 1) Ld" to4 anr jtlAc, -6~of c ':er , olives, oil, and, pgcea. t tll-,b1 Asti ao `v, S4'ooll y. Lypcb .n4f;ý tit. ,i g , iearti, v.r i"o. ,4,' V.- -eiw an & otb r~s' Pay m sý:.; F O$ 0. elht~ . , tia= L The services of John St ecn Esq: as a Mag~s a -.ate, dispen~sed with. Mr. S: Jo a gentlemart gre tly ; eemedby all whbo have the pleasure of.tis,, ac 'ý : ' ifnce, and in~ r-cpect':d by the whole 'commu ý r s the nein of M2r. Justice Stephen: Mýr: J~ohn . phen Jun. dec~line~d oi,'.iiig. the scect t addreass. a; F~ G. Jror n appointed copatable t Liverpool. is List of 17 tickezo of leave. tv List of 90O tickets of leanve. List of Ape do. nCAJlld. - Lis...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

c' (t~ U*' 111 NCE. Extov. ad ''enag was co'' ~".d to i he hmst nu we o£:,in a da*e'ouq sti t n )d'' [)tti bu kg Io ., ý - "'' . Edt 1.4 fZSid , c k 'M 6 1 buk t t o n the t s t ('t h;:. 4 eat'h to co" the tir e, wI'fle a C aunts in t3' houI) f, oier1ii the 0avdteh, revues pd to lo t Fl , ain , < thoutiht site hadlt 'i ,: tre , I c w$s Ii nltld dtl to h e r , = she took the opj-ovtanity of vailkirlg - t .h it. Lv' 'h la e V o lost it, applied tor a :re tlhis mori ng "F4 61 o3t:ada) till Itr akp 1 iehe arhiici was ''i "i'ted, and( £Aleredith thie Coil " at oy in seartci of her. tao 'sepeirate w 1rits of LeJ ;, rU;wwere .ordered y the o L to LIC V3ýtd, ", to bring hl2 the Court certa;in nroc(eeldi g ,oE the %,,iksor 1ziich Pf il"'istrats, on allegation of the illegal 11or IImen't of '11 c ( t4ain lveildors of spirits. It i- 'aid the motinted Police is aibotit .to be ")ormenited by 25 stout old veterans. '1he roads 'still continue " infested witih bush rangers. Michael Cooke...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

SUPREME COURT., ®A'IJIbad, Jut 20.--The Court 4 n anc tis morning~. Shortly. after their Iifonoro "had takeni their soots ipo~ the A2nch, the C~h-:' Justice oignified tb th~e Court teas prepared to pig judgmenipoin the points reserv'cd in she three cases o ibeI. l2r! Juctice Stephen.--After havig de~i rate-. ly 'weighed the ctricuo orgurnueno' add&.i b Counsel in oupport of their rlieitz!Dte verdict, on the S3cveraI1 poiarnvA rv"?V l the Ju~dge3 attended" oi the chbtnbcro of the Chief t. Z,.zUz' oný thisi dry fortrurght,)*ic ~o~~ o ýcthcer till` k i i.tc hour at ii'h~ "\ ýe ,ati: thic~ eiLre oajuateCniO~no~e inisfortuae riot 1o 'accord in opi ti~ 'vaeth .thq 6tibjeet, and to ~ivc ear opinionsi n it tlis ds y. We again net to ;ether yesterd1 evefn n, a~nd after a consultation which Ia ted tl Inlto at Si n~tit, sf till reta;ined the formner opizuol expreso odiby mec at - our ~)reviOnc, ZI;CCeiIn. i te indis position of our leanrned brothmer thxe uhiqf Ju3 tiesc ar'ly i:i fhb v...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

PQ P~ODAY", JUNE 29,, 1829. t t vC Eegve com rret from Tueta-[ .V~t24v "4H~'_- . e Sunde taid~ no~ refrorinatis , ic the J'ýo the (lay at lioie nowv ; at icast withl fTiirnot Iort n:' C tai virtuec in u'l in. nd out of fa hian. In pvaccn~n -Z Lp e and under Lord Livorpiaoic .. 1iey -x Pr~ison discipline, reformation rnt&bx than cz.'iple ~v~a the fashionable virtue ;in cid of. xN -,D there vias .cen i5irs. Fry, at the be~a y "n < cembla a of Newva a Female peni t u ~vi os conduct when they arriv d in tio tue Colony, . nd had lost the advant.age of Cv ynpathieq of- q tender feeling 'iady, ge. ,'EaQ} turned out v. d~.thnn those, wkom `A,, E "y conoidei'ed izprob ctoss. T c;pcc gr Xe of priconev. Flhe'tce ~untiin~g at` ay from t;tnas reported by the Qazet~cc to Dee .~,nigttifitwore published on the Ar c'doors nan 'in the nriari ekets og L~g 1 be very edifying; b ut L eb e hstep oc o, t '" om raofl in the ~irecent golden andv ._'" . .S f57tý[(-2 a t i p b,, 4 t3iua 6 a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

FULLONS AND Ri. gDLLY, takes.thip opportunty ,9ii / re;; ti) tIs - friends aan4 ie ta lie is enabl~ed` to : ett~ his ltt!l0, thae teacher of youth; to vh"4i E. ao sware, lie hits desiced his best - ri( h t ale sti Ced int thei Cbo f~r ~c lt twlve)ear. Be r ai d l e y ' s l s y t l e a c i u dW t h e ms - . ics; but cm)racl every other, branh iif: InowIYi0 5uitaIble for the ..l1ehstiaht, the now edid . e yorthsve ale inte~nded~ r the sea, or for the Military profession. rýnliý the sem' Elocut ion, .Hstr, Geography, wgrt the use of the Glubes, 1eov-grCtjap g by asingle and double ent y' Comkty, a ae Mensuration, Land surveying, cndetNyiation, will be .accuratelg 1 'ata ; id addition to Readin Writings and Arith nietiC. 7 Mr. B's school-room is .pciuis: and wtlry L40 feet by 18) ; nd d wfuhse *good supply oftA Maps send Chart's, a pair of. ,:ilob: s. a fadley's quadrant, and's valuable collectiot of School books. Youths, desirous of readingL a course of, 1Mathematics, (hicluding Algebr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

a' combe, os the -,day ' .v" ýýu ý .1. t.ý. ýE ý.t~ tr21 land _'7ý.. : ~t .. :! .ý"."i'ý`= . e ad July I A. U ': IDE A :0 sV- ~C'itua Eý+tF(1 C~n ) f A t \; ir " b¼1'p 'dCd on the t *tl t[1 :a >'-".uh t rtiuit In to l t he Shoal I..1f oi S~3 ,Ifl ,110 loiai B~is bane,. c0 s 'N.114J is 14c.,ntCa ito, and di'vided ' t l1 r j( tu~ý c k:, O:ie~ifl cu~li i~vation.' There aýý;l~i'ý I N t) i'i b cnr:"!etedi 6t sDtlmc +eo~t~tire act-. '? 1 a ;,1o4 verdindah), barrs tiable,' s?;tei, e" sltoiX-rt~un1E3. Out-houses, &C" :irot(1&I 'lnt this ;cstitet 'there io Plenty Of ;,00 ;z'nk-r ALS() *?O~aim 'IT.tIANI E~tS OF LANE? i~);i.iac :'41 dal.iri (11:t lin theC said County, be I: t. p'Pi'.1VI(' f1.11 Eiio e Crown (luring the (t1" Si no .ir AljoiInios Brisbane. .4As tIit e2Ltc ha-; {ac( callsiderable' sumn of 101tu'y cx t (.'wll. on it' in itnpr()vements~, <z'_i " m : ' ri.1 ;a Id~wk~ fenced irj" wd" stock-. meo Uisug and o-ut-houses.ercected on: TRS" WP SALE. en p er ce...

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BOSTON NEWS ROOM. (Sanclus solus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

IC lid. The c scn it not, tOd Ohe bold soldier iii ep itit i ; ui e. All adoit it; c} AHrcit ivei; and~ hez who js conltent ` '6 t shp iing ,lhit he is, shall have snall. U 4 churtCU, c' CýI1Jp), orotate,-So wage the An at momb:er of the world, must say so, too. 'Tis wholesoie ductrine, this; thus the imoti(ey grotupe of servif.g n mV ad vuane, and thus advance Aucitralia ! 'Tis lucky we be formted of such mtiateriuls, the inmtui.st ran iupersiable te the rude gaze of the inquisitive tufob ; else what a concate nation I the outside glowiLI.-the inside frigid. (A knock.) Who's there-? (O'Rourke -gently opens the. door and ad vanwc5m si. tanter, introducing M'Gravity) "i'is I and he who calls thee jriend. Sanctus-" Now is the winterr of ur dis content wade glorious summtr by th Sun of York." ..My good friend ! I am. transported ,with the thought of' the enjoy ient your company Vwill afford us. Israyýbe seated ;e. mway tv& bhp do rnore serious emjpiymieu& will call ;you...

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THE MIRROR OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

rHiE MIRROR OF FASHION. FRor TTrre COUntT Csacocru.r.]--lis Po al Highness the Duke of Cumberland arrived at-Calais, c n his.way frim iDrlin, about seven o'clock on Friday evening, c=hcre His Royal Highness slept, and embarked on board a steam packet, at sin o'clock the following mornirng, landed at Dover at nine o'clock, and breakfested at Wright's hotel, and after wards eame to town. His Royal Highness arrived at'ais residence in the King's I'alaoe, St. Jancs'sj about eight o'clock on Saturday evening. The. oyal' Duke left town about eight o'clock yesterdaiy morning, on a visit to the King, at his Palace at Windsor, with whom His Riyal Highness remained till about three o'clock, Nvhen His Royal Highness re turned to town, and went in the evening to dine with the Duke of Wellington. A Cabinet Council was held at three o clock on Sairday afternoon, at the iForeis;n Office, Downng-street, which was attended by the Lord Chancellor, the Duke of Wellington, Earlb Iathurst and Aberdeen,....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

7Tzr. Government and O'C11Crat Order, dated ac.January .1829, was5 senft to ~4i ganid (previ fus oits laeing; prttl~tt in 44s Colony), fu MsAajesty . sanciton). It tea~sed our Most (iracious Sovertignv to .approve 'f thie said Oeneral Order &c. (as per ; vdiiey Ga~tUe h'ermnit mnc Sir, to askc,; why this- Wder is not etrictly OheyCV.!d, whlen it is His IN~t' comnmand, that it should be ob~eyed.?. Does it require from six to eightt or len to r-elve (arid iii some instanices) fifteen :t 1101 ©o till up anril sign a ticke3t-of-leave,. a~fter tit me-_ : ritorious applicanit 11as undo lrgionC the :atr' or 2e ~ euired by. the stud ordi~r ', .. Iam, Sir, Your &q;

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IMPORTANT CASE. Supreme Court, Saturday Exparte Hall V. Hossi, Justice of the Peace, and other Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

ZXRPO1TANT CASEe. Supreme. Court, Saturday. Exrparte iafl -v. Iltonsi, Justitce of the Peace area otlwr Magisfratgs.. %In this case, whrich wias an application f~or o vrit of certiorari to be directed to £~a-Aasni £Ios~i, WV. 3. DBrown, Edward Wofstonce' aft *a'nd tDeor e Bonn Esquires, Jo ,tire a of the Pace, &. tb ilt up before the Court, tj eonvigtion of the a ,llieanat, for labnrin~ a allegezd by t4-1 P~rosecutor Ihall ,to. briva bt!e€Ct et~ i lc; ally at large, ai rule IriA ewas obtained on ai, former day. IlrI. 1'enmi'orbh now moved that the same be oiadl csoltc. .The Solic tor"Gerierct appeared or. b-batai of tbe ` agi - rates to sheer cause ag ainst time rule. Them learned Counsel OIrgued at some length' on the insuficiency cl the fc~~ .of the applicant, to raise a case for tie" in.. cterpo~ition of the Court, and put in anm .,atfldavit mzade by one ol the defendants, (PJr. 'Bunn)'dlenrying that tice hacd ever made use Of.-au expression.,jtau~t~d" to turm by -the. :a...

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THE SECR[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

mninistrata To~~~~~~ zi.ektc e a nr Cuvermr d Corarfen'ed:. d tM Cver LAO 'CoCl] of NJw' Th to 72 .;zoc .:s 9 . 4-.y x. 210 tN. iagir=tce av' oi'nch'f, waoze "nam arcr" } * approach Yout EV"''llercy "'x... i.... preisi6w. s ý 13 ^ -ad recard. 3e hs ¬h leave to 0aet o a ogh v l- C h.ve hitt° rentraiiid slent, y3 8 inS been 'i h d(c re weliave long obseried A cv deasure o0 yu-; Excellency grossly isuneratted by lacetie.i publice wvr: tes,' iii.ft mariners cfulauted to ,ini-a{ the minds of the lower oirder- of the Conts nity against 0our1 Excellencv 'a admuistrn tis nd to prQyLc tý"7o du.ce di.onten and nuor,4s3 ."r=' ` amongst the prisoners of the Crown; anI ;fr no other pnrpose,'2n to promote the t nte11 Vews .of such wr-ito-e AI 'liowevo-' we n %ind, that charges eg- inst koi? iExce lency Ie hpzu forwvarded to the flume Government ri - form of an Ihccacument, we can no longe frin. from an exnrer.s oa of'ou'r Oen"iiner. 113 but justice to k:c< 'ie have 1( 3e a Your Ex:ctll...

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MELANCHOLY CASE OF THE DUKE OF NEW. CASTLE, & SOME PALLIATIVES FOR THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

IEIIANCJIOLT CAAS OF TIEI DgCII OP INlff* CAI3TLE, & SOMBIE PALLIATIVgs FOR 'TIIIn B??MI. An unconimon cane puzz.ed, tle h2culty some years ago. A woithy gentleman' in. vigorous hcalth, and having the organs of aight in excsqllest perfection for all objects but one, complained of a distrcu ing inability to read even the I?rgent print that was sct before him ! Many wore the learned theories proposed in explanation of this curlo,? defect; and after the patient had. had his eyes all but poked out by the various oculists, some con? mon-placn person asked him whether he had evo? been taught his letters, a qucation which he, with great simplicity, resolved in the negative, and thusl explained the problem which had so greatly pork plexed the learned. The Duke of Newcastle complains, with el' milar naivetd, that he' cannot collect his ideas when be addresses the Noble House. Alack, alack I my Lord Duke, " the' Spanish fleet you cannot see, because it is not yet in sighta, The ideas ...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

STERLING PRICES OF FlLOUR.--cr I00 IbA. ')iron....... ........ 2 s. 24". Cooper ............. 26 24 Harker ..... 26 2? 9arling Mills ... .... 26 31rard .. ........:.. • 7

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Market (Currency) Prices, from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

Ilarket (Currncyw) Prices,frorn ItheSydgpy Gazetew WVheat per bslh.0 9 9 Dlck' ......0 5 0 NMiizc, do..... 0 4 6 Vow; p, r pairO 4 0 S13 rlov, do....0 5 0 Gceece,do .... O 9 0 Pohottoes'cwvt.. 0 9 0 jTirkier, do... 0 It 0 Butter, pcr lb. 0 2 0 Flzy, pcr ton.. 8 0 4) ECggs, per doz. 0 2 5 Etratwjcr loud 2 0 0

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IMPORTANT CASES. Supreme Court, (Saturday last). Before their Honors the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Dowling, and Mr. Justice Stephen, in Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

Supreme Couri, - (Saturday last). B.efore their honors the Chief Juis:icc, Mr. Jut tice Dowling, and Mr. Juslice Stephten, in Banco. Dn. WAnDpta .nmoved for a rule to shew causeo,' hy a.,riminallIs4(ormation shouild not he filed ngnhist John Fitzgerald, E?q. one of Elis Majesty's Justices ,oflth?i' Peace for.. the County of Argyle. for refusi:n to renew: the :iCdense to sell .epihite,,&c. 'to Mr.': William Bowman, of that Counrty. without reaponable cause 'fur such refusal. Dr. Wardgt11grouniied this motion on several' affidavits' from highly .respectable inadividlqahs, .and .upon a, certificate from James. Atkinson.Esq."4sb a Justice of the Peace, in the Comnty,.whlc he (Dr. W.) would read: over to the ?aourt after a few pre liminary remarks on .the case. Mr., Willhum Bowman had formerly resided in Sydney. anid carried on an extensive trade,:having, a, farm at Bong'BBng," inf theo'tonnty of Argyle.. It was represented to him by many of his ueigh bours and friends in Argyle,...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

DIARY. MtaMOnANDUM FOR TIHE ENSUINO WERK. :?High Water, 11 m. p. 11 morn.--27 m. p. 11 n. High ater, 45 m. p. 11 morn. ..-?? ?h'-Water, 10 m. p. 12 moorn.-36 m. p. 12 High Wnater, C m. p. i morn.--33 m. p. 1 aft. 6 High Water, 2 morn.-28 m. p. 2 afternoon. Moon's First Qunrter 36 m. p. 4 afternoon. -Hiuh Water, 59 m. ?. 2 mor.--32 m. p. 3 aft m agun waar, 9 il. p. 4 morn.-3in m. p. 4 aft. Sun rises. 5 m. p. 7-a ets 55 in. p. 4.

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Norfolk Island, Feb. 27th, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

Norfolk Island, Feb. 27th, 1829. To TUB EDnTOR ON THIE MONITOR. From your impartial feeling mani fested towards the population of New South Wales generally, particularly the support and protection you afford Con victs, when considered innocent or worthy of lenity, I am induced (with due respect) to address you, coming under the deno minrltýAi of i~n innocent victim of false evidence and treachery, and now labour-' ing under a load of misery, and sentenced to perpetual slavery at Norfolk Island. I was tried for a house robbery with John Edwards in 1826, and received oen'ence of death ; was respired with life to Nor folk Island, and drafted on board the brig Wellingtun for that purpose ; (her tfite and return you are a'ready acquainted with) ; and when redrafted to the Hulk, I wvas informed by one John Fagan, (who r.,:eived sentence of.transportation for a petty crime in the interim, and is now at \loreton Bay) that he John Fagan had him, self committed the house robbery that my ielfa...

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ORIGINAL INSCRIPTIONS. CARVED AND DRAWN ON WOOD, BY THE OFFICERS OF HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES IN SYDNEY. Being the contents of the Jury Box in the Supreme Criminal Court of Sydney. Jure per-horrui. HOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

OlRIGINAL INESCRIPTIOt , . ' CARVED ANb DRAWN ON WOOD, BY THE OFFICERn OP 11ii DAJEthTY'b FORCES IN SYDNEY.I Be'ng" the contents of the Jury Box in the Suprem Criminal Court of Sydney. -Jure per-horraul. Hou. Here lie the bones of John Douglass Forbes : If nobody his ashes disturbs, He'll probably lie here 'till the day of judgment, Provided none to himn a grulge meant ! Crim Con, and Nem Con ; or Simpson and Sampson Timothy two shoes lieth here, Who had a mouth fromn ear to ear ; Reader trend slightly on his sod, For if he gape, you're gone by G---d I Vir bonus est quiz. " 'Tis he, I hear my murderer's voice," Loud shrieks a darkly gleaming form; "A murJerer's voice ?"' the roof replies, And deelily swells the bursting storm) , Ohke jam sa:is. Euminidles said, that the Cretans were liars; but Enminid:s was, a Cretan, therefore the Cretans were not liars, therefore they were liars, therefore they wrere not liars, &c. i - in commoda puhlita peccem Si longe serrone mnorer tea ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

three Judges. -'The? following prioncrs were brought up for sentence.-George Groves and James Ml-Colville, for burglary -Death. John Salt, Richard Peacock, and William Potts, for highway robbery Death. James Barnes, and Joseph Stephen son, for highway robbery-Death. Sorne few motions were made, but none of any public' interest, in consequence of His Honor the Chief Justice being.obliged to retire early from the Bench.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

SBfpping Intellgratre. -?.. Arrivals.-On Saturday, the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle; On Sunday the 'im,nrod from Chidia via Hobart Town, which place she left on' the 19th Inst. Also the same day the Resolution frons Port Dalrymple; on Monday the Ilaweis from New Zealand; on Fri/ey the Caroline from New Zealand, and the LorddY Zerpool from Newcastle. Depatures.-On Sunday the Isabella for Port Macquarie, and Moreton Bay. Passengers, Dr. Evans and Mr. IFrser the Colonial Bo'anist.--On Sunday the Reliante for Calcutta, and II. M. S, ,'atellite for India, also the Thomp.otn for Batavia. On Monday the Elizabeth for Port Dalrymple, and the Liberty for Ne acastle,--On Tuesday thp Lord Liverpool for Newcastle. Projected Departures.-The Emma Kemp fop New Zealand, the Alfred for London, and the nlary for Liverpool, on the 5th Instant -The JWoodlark for the Sperm Fishery, on the 6th, tho Pyramus for London via Hobart Town, and the 7eorgiana for Bombay via Hobart Towvp, on the 7th. Istant. -mea...

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