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FAILURE OF THE EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY TO THE NORTH-WEST COAST OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

FAILURE OF THE EXPEDITION OF DIS COVERY TO THE NORTH-WEST COAST OF AUSTRALIA. (From a Correspondent of the Times.) Letters were received on Saturday by the Counril of the Royal Geographical Society from Messrs. Grey and Lushineton, who it will be remembered. sailed from the Cape in October last, with the design of penetrating from the north-west coast of New Holland into the interior. The letter of the last-named gentleman, which is dated Cape Town, June 30, simply announces the fact of the failure of the expedition, and of his intending to sail as soon as he can procure a passage home wards. He also states that Mr. Grey was waiting at Port Louis with the same inten tion. But the communication of Mr. Grey, which bears the earlier date of June 3, and is written from Port Louis, enters into some interesting particulars. It appears that the adventurers met with decided bostility on the part of the natives, almost from their landing. The utmost extent they reached inland was. about seve...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Hint for Mr. Wyatt. STEPHENSON'S THEATRE MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Hint for Iuir. Wyatt. STEPHENSON'S THEATRE MACHINERY. Much has been done by stage machinery to give effect to the metamorphoses of pantomine and the scenic marvels of spec tacle: a house becomes a ru'n in the twinkling of an eye-gho-ts rise. andt mortals sink through the boards with ma gical celerity-a whole city slides down a chink in the floor with as much ease as a letter drops into a post box. The machi nery below ground at the great theatres and at the Adelphi. where the whole stage rises and sinks like the flying island of Laputa-is as complete as need be : but atove, the contrivances for shifting the scenes are cumbrous and clumsy. The confusion behind the drop when a grand "tableau" is arranged, is prodigious: the number of scene-shifters hustling one ano ther would form a very tolerable crowd in a pantomine. These inconveniences are entirely obvi ated by the Patent Theatre Machinery, invented by Mr. Macdonald Stephenson. civil engineer. It is a complete apparatus for scene ...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Impoundings. impounded at Parramtatta-One red Ox,?ttr notched, lotanded on the near shoiulder JIo and oe the off hip lililpatrently W. It the attune )x is not dlclihned anti it'Iesead within 21 days tram this date, hlit will be mold arcSathaly to Art of Cnnnril. Jha Walker, Potmdkeeper. "IFetktt.zy 26, 1839. [g9.. Impounded seven miles inrth i . enrith, Drctrit? if Evan, 20th February, 1839-On tId and whie Bullock, ahout 18 monthsa old. t.llnoa oBff ,utall ri semttling CF. One red and white tilllnck,da al 18 months old, Ibranded ilff rump retenibllna CF. II not relea.sed within twenty -three days irmn the date heredf, the slme will lee sold aeenrding to the Ac of Council. John Shaw, Ponndkeeper. Dlutilaitn Evan. Fcbruary 21, 18139. t3.94? 1 mpiunded, from it. G"rampton-One ten Wart. inn Bleltlck, brlantied on the anmp II) atd 9 ander. One red Working Iutilieck. bromndedI.Dandsander, One red WIorkitng Btltiuck, branded ID ant 9 ander, )One red Workion Bulllock, branded tin the nck an...

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HIS EXCELLENCY'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

IBI EXCKLLEN?CY5 ADDRESS. Gentlemen of the Legis'ative Council! -In meeting you in this,plc'e for the first time -after many months' absence'frum the seat of Government, and before entering upon the business for which I have called you together. I deem-it "my duty to address you upon various matters of public im iportance %%hich have come under my notice or consideration during that period, anda.various occurrences that have more ly tukern .lace. p~armsn unat dsject with 'me, on atsumin ' Oert menrt, to visit the Eastern .Distrlcet.Lat.?toirtier of the Co lony, With the -leasi j*oible delay ; and this farreasons nsoobvlous, that it mus.bhe unnecessary to ocoujr your 'idae 'in their detail. Having made the necessary arrange ments for the carrying on of the ordinary duties of the Governmev't during my aib. sence-with the execution of which I have every reason to be satisfied-I ;proceeded thither; my firdt object ing to meet -the si veral chiefs who 'were parties in the t!reaties exist...

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LETTER REFERRED TO IN THE FOREGOING. Treasury Chambers, 30th September, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

. LETTFR REFERIRED TO IN WI E FOROOIAIO. reea:mry Chambers, 30174 September, 1837. Sla,-With further refereice to your '.letter of the lst of :May last,. and-to reply to that part-of your communication whi.ch relalated to the Ecrdesiastpni establish ments in New South Wales, addressed to you on the'7thJunie last, Iam commanded by the Lords Commissioners of Her MaVjes - tys Treasury to.-request you will -.state - to Lord Glenelg, that my 'Lords have had under consideration the estimates of Reve -aue and Expenditure of the Goverment of that Colony-for the eurrent yea.r, which cbccompanied the despatch of Sir Richard -Bourke on the.7th.of August, 1-836. with the sevhial reiai'ning points to which .you l?ad been directed to call their attention : Sand have-also considered the despntch.and report On the -subject of the Police and "nol estnablishments -in New 'South Wales, forwarded to this board in your letter of the 11th of November,. 1836. I am further.coam.?ndedto request that you wil...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd ultimo to the 2nd instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd ultimo to the 2nd instant, inclusive. * February 23-MARGA RET RAIT (bark). 308 tons, Coffin, master, from South Sea Fishery 830 barrels black 20 barrels sperm oil, 3 tons whalebone, Kenworthy & Co. February 25-PO''TNTATE, (bark). 344 tons, M'Gilchrist, master, from Greenock via Uobart Town, Gilchrsst & Alexander, agents-117 casks ale, Ri. How-17 hogsheads 9 butts sugar. 5 boxes sugar.candy, 6 tierces paint, 50 cans paint oil, 10 cans turpentine, I cask axles, 12 pairs wheels, 4 cases wine, 4 boxes stationery, Gilchrist & Alex.sn der-4 boxes 2 bales cottons, 10 quarter.casks twhiskey, 25 tons pig iron, 33 crates 6 hIolgheads earthenware, 8 tierces tinware, 20 kegs peas meal, 4) kegs oatmeal, 20 kegs ba ley. 1 box plated goods, I box woollens, 4 boxes apparel, 1 box hardware, J. L. Frew & Co ,1 barrel S casks medicines, Doctor F. Weir-5 hogshllads loaf sugar. "5 can isters sugar candy, 1 barrel tar, Order. Shipp...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock onu hand th" 23rd ult.-B. P. rum; 97,348 gallnus-brandy, 21.875 gallons-gin, 28,111 galluna -other spirits, i6.246' galons-- Fig aid CavendlIhi tobacco, 20i;,1610 punds-Blrazil ditto, 13,710 pounds tlmnIufiucturedl dittn, 2i6,5.1 pounds-cigarn,33,014 pounds-snuff, 2,520 pounds. Received during tlhe week-B. P. rum, 15,597 gallOns-blaudly, 1,387 gallons-gln, 275 uallons other spirits, nil-Fig and Cavendlih tobacco. 7.60 pounds--?Brazil ditto, nil-unmantufactured ditto, nil-ciars, nil-annulF, nil. Delivered for homle con iu ll llpon-B. P. Irun 2,132 galluns-hranrly, 955 ualnoIns-gin, 257 rnal lonw-otlher sphits, 43 gallons-fig and Cavendlih toiacco, 4,017 pitnnd.-ll trzil dit, nil-tnnminu. fotured duirt, nil-citgars, 355 pllllnda-s-nlt, nil Delivered fi expi, ration -- P InI Ilil--tanilldl. ..altinr--gln, 369 galtons-nther taiihits, .21 gallnl--tig aind Caveundi- tohnliaLco, 2,374 pounds ; Iltazil ditto, nIl-unnaitnuufctured ditto, nll-cgaui. tIcl- iilf ndlhe...

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FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PER 100 LBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PELR 100 Ln~. Fine Seconds Ration Barker and Hallen.......... 30s .. 28$ .. 21is Hughes and Hoskins........ 30* .. 28* .. 26I Giraid .................... 309 .. 28 .. 264 Dodd, Blackett. anti Aird .. 30: .. 28s .. 26: Hollinshed Brothers ....... 30s .. 28 .. 26: CLEAN WHEAT AT THE MILLS, PER IUSHEL. BIarker and Ilallen .......... 0 10 0 to 0 11 6 Hughes and Hocking ....... 1 0 0 11 6 Girard ...................... 0 11 3 0 11 6 loddls and Co .............. 0 11 3 0 11 6 Hollinshied ................. 0 11 0 0 11 6 Van Dietnen'. Land .......... 0 12 6 0 0 0 BISCUIT. No.1, perewt ....................... 1 17 0 No. 2, per ditto ........................112 0 ItREAD, per 2 it) loaf ...................0 0 6& Bran, per bushel of 20 l ................ 0 2 6 Bran, by the ton, per hushel............. 0 2 4 MIAIZE. PRaICE GIVO N TO TItS GuOVwERS. Best quality, per bushel.. ((ld) 0 8 6 to 0 9 0 (new) 0 7 0 to 0 8 0 RETAIL PRICES. Best quality, per bushel ...... 0 0 0 t...

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Supreme Court. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Supreme Court. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1838. The Court had been occupied for some days with a long list of undefended cases and actions arising out of promissory notes. There were fourteen cases on the list this day ; several were settled out of Court, and others being undefended, verdicts were entered accordingly. Doe demn, Shaels and Others v Hancock. -T'his was an action of ejectment brought against the defendant, by the heirs at law of a late Mr. Bradbury of Campbell Town. Bradbury had given a five years lease to a party named Ball, which had been after- wards made over to the Defendant. This lease had terminated about the middle of the year 1837, but Defendant was still in possession. Mr. Windeyer counsel for De- fendant, raised several legal objections to the informntions, amongst which was, that Hancock had not been served with a regular notice to quit. This objection the Chief Justice considered fatal. Plaintiff non-suited. -(The Executors are here put to the expense of an act...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

BIRTHS. On the 15th of February, at Petwyne Valley, Invermein, the lady of C. D. Street, Esq., of a son. On the 27th of February, at Belle Ombre, Cook's River, Mrs. C. Prout, of a son. On the 28th of February at his residence, Pitt street, South, the lady of Mr. George Graham, of the Royal Engineer Department, of a son.   On the 1st of March, at his residence, Macquarie- street, Parramatta, the lady of Lieutenant George Wardell, 28th regiment, of a son. MARRIAGE. By special license, at Maitland, on the 27th of February, by the Rev. John Gregor, James Thomas Bell, Esq., of Bellmount, Windsor, to Miss North, only daughter of Major North of Port Stephens, and late of the 68th Regiment. DEATHS. On the 20th of February, at Petwyne Valley, Invermein, the infant son of C. D. Street, Esq.. aged five days. On the 28th of February, at Sussex street, of   dysentery. Robert, infant son of Robert Craig. cabinet-maker. On the 1st of March, after a protracted illness of f...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. On Friday morning last, the ship British King, 687 tons. Captain Paton, from Glasgow 1st Octo- ber, and Tobermory 28th October, with 326 Go- vernment Emigrants and merchandise. Passenger, Mr. Arbuckle, Surgeon. Messrs. Gilchrist and Alexander, Agents. Same day, the bark Sarah and Elisabeth, 270 tons, Captain Davieson, from Batavia,4th January, with sugar, rice, and arrack. Passengess - Monsieur and Madame Minard, Monsieur and Madame Goutro, and one child, and Mr. W. Young. — Montefiores & Co. agents. On Saturday morning, the brig Siren, 143 tons, Captain Blackbourn, from Hobart Town the 22nd ult., with a cargo of wheat, hay, skins, &c. Pas- sengers-W. Wilson, and a Chinaman called   Armee.-Mr Egan agent. Same day, the French frigate L'Artemise, 56 guns and 450 men, Captain Las Place, from Hobart Town the 20th ult. Passenger from Hobart Town - Madane L'Empriere. On Saturday evening, the bark Garrow, Captain Henderson, from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

SALES BY AUCTION Which will take place before our next publication THIS DAY. A. POLACK, at the residence of Mr Justice Burton, at 11 o'clock, Houselhold Furniture. Plate, &c. SIM'ilONS & CO-, at Moore's wharf, at 11 o'clock, Iluildine Material*, Ironlonngery, Groceries, &c W. HEBLEWHITE, at his oonuns, at 11 u'clock, Wines, Window Glass, ausurted Merchandise, &c. TO-MORROW. J.T. WILSON, at his Itomns at half-past 11 for 1-2 o'clock. PI ,ped ty in the town of Bathuost. W. HEII)IVEWHI IE, at ithe stores or Dunnlap'nd Co., Queen-street,'.at 12 o'clock,100 Bales Wool SIM M1ONS & Co., in. the rarions Premuises at 12 12o'clIck, a H,,tse in Elizabeth-street and two CottageC in C,stlereagih-treet.: A. POLACK at his Bazaar at 12 o'clock, Sheep, HorsesP &C . MR BLICKMAN, at his Rooms, t all o'clock, Ironlaollgety. SALE OP CROWN LAND. March Is-Section Freeholds. March 21- Leaseholds. April 10.-Crown Lands. April I I.-Leases of Crown Lands. April ...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. Hrbe, brig, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co agent Louia,. brig, for sane, freight, or charter-A-prll . Co~, agents Caroline, brig, for freight or charter, Walker & Co. aent Jessie. barque, for nate, A. B. Smith, agent P'otentatfe, for freight or charter, Oilehrist& Co., agent The following paticulars were politely handed to us at a late hour last night, extracted froma letter received by Messrs. Walker from Port Stephbei : The whaling barque' William, Eith, mstter, put into Port Stephens on Thursday. 28th qlt, with 1,600 barrels sperm. This vessel has been particu. larly fortunate; h:aving obtagined 700 barrelssinen she was at l'ort Stephens I ?fore. The fnllowiig vessels had been spoken by ler:-December 16th, the brig Lunar, Philpinhe mastetr450-hartelspem, off the Solomon Islands; February 19th, the trig Tigress, Willialms master, 450 barrels sperm, south of Lord tlowe's Island; February 2lrd, the brig Highlander, Lovat mast...

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POLICE.—CAMPBELL TOWN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

POLICE. - CAMPBELL TOWN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd. Thomas Campbell, appeared on summons for allowing cards to be played on Monday the 11th instant, in a public house, near Irish Town, licensed in his name. But it appeared that Thomas Humphries and wife reside in the house, and Campbell lives at the Cowpastures. Humphries had been refused a license by the Liverpool Bench. - Camphell residing at the Cowpastures, in the district of Campbell Town, a distance of about twenty miles from Irish Town, the chief constable with- drew the information, and said he would send the case to the chief constable of Liverpool, in whose district the license was granted. The reason of laying the information against Campbell arose out of an enquiry, touching the death of Nathaniel Boon, of Campbell Town, whose dead body was brought to his residence on the night of Tuesday the 12th instant. It was stated in evidence, that Boon had been in the house of Humphries on the Monday night previous to his death, and...

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HAYMARKET THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 March 1839

HAVMIARKET THEATRE. l.sst night, on the anniversar y of the production of The Loau Chace, Mr. Sheridan Knnowles's new play, The ?haid of 1Alriendorpt, was brought nut at this hou.se, anti with complete success. It is a -composition of silple-yet strong interest; anti withl the smiles that provkeit provokes it blends a pathrs that cmines direct fronm the lm-o't "sacred fount of svma p tthetic tears." The heroine of the play, the AlatdI Srif Mrarlendorpt, undertakes an adventure similar to that if .Ieadnie Deant and pursues it with hither ihtellect and holder daring. Her perils are encoun "te'red, not for a sister, hut a ftther, and ,he rescues him from death, not indeed hv enduring energy beyond the heart of the Sctti-h heroine, but by therncies emnhraclng a wiler sphere than the scope of her humhly-sehonhld intelligence. leeta (lMliss ilphinstone) is the dau"hlter of Mlluldenau (Mr. ',nowles), the inistiFer of llarieodompt. She Is on the point of marr.ie with Hbuperl (Mr. Worrell) a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 March 1839

SYDNEY MARKETS. Plour-at the Mill:. FINK sEcoNDs RATION. 30s 28s 26s W heat-at the Mills (CLrAN.) Colonial. from Ils 6d to 12s Van Dlemen's Land, from Maize-Prices ?len.Growers, from us. Retail p'rces, fromn lRi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 March 1839

SALES BY A??TION Which will take place before our nea.t pu'bleation TillS D.Y. A. POLACK-at the residence of C. D. Riddell, Eq., at 11 o'clock, Hlousehold Furniture, Plate, Horses, Carriages &c.. llRt. BLACKM AN-at the Queen's Whar, at 11 o'clock--The sailing bout Satcy Jack. IR1 BLACK&1AN-at the Cumnmis.ariat Stores st 10 o'eluck-surplus ,tores of the James Moran S.SOLOkIONS-ut his rooms, at 11 u'clock As Lorted merchandise. S*'T. WILSON, at his Rooms at half.past 11 for 12o'clock, fat Wethers, salt Beef, and Poik, &c. SIMMONS & Co., at their lMart at 11 o'clock, Wines, Irormongery, Shoes, Merchandise, &c. T"w. SMART, at his wooms at 12 o'clock, Cargo tlithe Saras, Eligabetlp. NEW ADVERTI S E EN TS OF THIS DAY. WANTED, IN an Establishment for the Education of Young Ladies,-A Lady competent to teach French, English, Geography, and Fancy Needlework. Apply to B. L., at Mr. Tegg's, George-street. TO WOODMEN. W ANTED. Forty Boats' Load of billette...

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TOTAL WRECK OF THE BARK "CHILDREN." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 March 1839

T3TAL WRECK OF THE DARK - ,CHILDREN." Our worst fears respecting the fite of the above fine vessel are too painfully realised; she was totally wrecked on thIe night of the 15th ultimo, on the coast of New Holland, about 70 miles to the east. ward of Portland Bay-16 persons, including the master, Captain Browne, having perished. The news of this deplorable event reached this port by the Socrates. from South Australia and Portland Bay; and the following authentic par ticulars we are enabled to give our readers: The bark Children belonged to t e Messrs Henty of this port, and left the heads on the 11th instant, with a cargo of sheep. cattle, and flour, for South Australia.-On the 13th, the Lady Julhana Percy Islands were in sight, when it came on to blow a perfect hlurricane from tile north-west, with thick weather; in consequence of which the vessel stood off and oas the land, until Tuesday, the 15th Jan anry. the nmaster intending to make Portland Bay should the gale not abate; and i...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 March 1839

FOR SALE, FREIGHT, Oh CHARTER. Febe. brig, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co., trants. Louisa. brig, for sale, freight, or charter-Asplsall & Co., ageita Caroline. brig, for freight orcharter, Walker&Co.ageits ?seice. barqne, for sale, A. B. Smith, agent Potenat'e. for freight or charter. Giichrist& Co., agets Barda?ler, ship, for sale, freight, or charter-HithUs liosking agents Henry, barque, for freight or charter-Flower Mant The folowing extract is taken from a letter ad. dressed to a mercantile house here, from Manilla. s' The Henry Weilesley, Grecian, Orwell, Hisd, and one or two other vessels may be hourly epceted from Manilla. with cargoes of sugar, rice, &e. The rice and coffee crops have turned out very bad." On Monday last. the barque James Lain returned to port, having experienced a very heavy gale of wind when within a few hours' sail of Port Phillip Heads. The gale was so heavy, that the barque was compelled to heave.to. When in t...

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LAID ON AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 March 1839

.LAID ON, •N D I)MK IMOAD|NO. Pno,'ttlrnl, for London, Il all Mareh-Gllrhrit & Co., mnents 'Gle4nberrir, for .ontlotn-tlontefnore & Co., agents "Mn,:r, for the fishery-Hllghesaand Ifosking, agents *Peroeranere, for liverpool direct, in all March Ilarnter, agent "fehltlea, fornooth Seas?nuke & Co., agents 'Catherine Jamieron. for London -II. 'Moore, agent 'p~liza Furos,, for the fishery-Captain Lawson agent Alernndrrt feor!/, for the South Sea--Captaliu'Lawso, owner and agent Puarlnd, for London-'-Walker & Co. and Gllcthrlst Co., agents o.mann,,a, barqne. 256 tons, Riltlly inaster,for Londo_ -A. B. Sark & W. Catter, agents rbel Gowcer, Frenderson master, forLondon, fromNew, castle, A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent City of Eillgnbrgh, for London, from Newcastle-A. B1l. Spark, agent Colonist, for Liverpoon -A. B. Smith, agent Andromache, for LontHn-W. S. Delo!tte & Co., agent Orient, for London, Walker & Co. agents, not jet is por...

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