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THE AMERICAN IN IRELAND. Edgeworth's Town, Oct 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

THE AMERICAN IN IRELAND. Edgeworth's Town, Oct 1837.   I hope I may speak of the family who have given this village a name so familiar to all of us, without impropriety. Cer- tainly I may with a sincere interest, and a far deeper one than I felt before enjoying the privilege I have within the last two days. I speak of Miss Edgeworth and her household, of course. The composition of which, by the way, strikes me as rather odd, and requires a word of explanation before I go any farther. The late eminent Mr. E. had four wives. Of these the last is living, and the mistress of the estab-   lishment. She has a son, a d.aughter-in law (who is Spanish,) and a grandchild in the family besides whom there are a daughter of another of the wives, an aged and venerable sister of Miss E.'s. mother, and Miss E. herself, who is the daughter of the first wife. I heard the Novelist,   therefore, giving the lady of the mansion the title of "mother," though the latt...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

LAiTNCBSTON SHIP NEWS. t Ailed'Pebrfaty- Ip- 1 Waiabp,. barque, 234 tons;,W1n. . t,astwrj from Port ýbUW... Dppartad Feb. '22-Mtlrrpe b on.' C1aicb. master. for Port PhAIp-27th; A7,erc,.ani .uchbiýo er.14.tons, Crew, master, for Sydney-Mafdra, brqut, 432 toni, Uenniker,. master, for-London. .. . .

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

41OR SALteFr-EIGtZirT; 0 OnRARTit. Hebel brigfor freight'or charter, ,Lamb & Co., agents.. Loufla -b?g: forsale, freight, Or: eharter-Aspinall. & Co, agents - Jessie, barqne,,or sale, A. B. Smith, agent Potentate, for freight or charter, Ollchrlst & Co., acontbr BDirdaater, slip; for sale, freight, .dr charter-Hughes & Hosking,agents Henru. barque, for freight or chkrter--l'lwer agent SPlanter,.for freight or charter.-,Wltis and Co., agents NiwiLws .? -ss " DUcreass o1 KENT."-Tis vessel' aipnunced in out last as having put into .Yarmouth:on. the Sh?'of November. left Yarmouth on thle of' ., but. a mutiny having taken place o'Sn board, was iniduced .to run iinto Santa Cruz for thepurpose.of landing the muti neersi and having placed .foi'ur of the ring-leaders in charge.of: fle British Coihanl, proceeded on. In latitude, 1i5 . $8' i;rrih ; loiigitude; '2, spoke the Chipperui, from Singapor• bound to Ehgland. Also,, the Beuty, Iltei; ifrom . Moitte' ideo...

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LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

LAiD. ON , . S " XIOD s0MI LOADINb;. anryt, for thefishery--Hitghes and.Hosktng, agents P'erevrance. for Liverpool direct,. in. all March I?Bngaster, agent' .. ' Achilles, forSouth Seas-Duke & Co., agents Catherine Jamleson. for London--H. Mhoore, agent Fi?(o Frances. for the fishery--Captan Lawson agent Alexander Heny,-'for the South Seas-Captain Lawson., owner and a g.nt t r garland,. for Londbn-Walker & Co. and Glltehrist & CO., -agents `" ' e ; . . Ml Ji a owr. Henderson master, for Londo, from Neew castle. A. W..Scott, of, Newcastle, agent i, of di(iburngh, for' London, from Newcastle-A. ~lKSpark; agent t 'Ctontat..for.r iveapool--A. . Smith,' agent SAhdromnohe, for. Lopdon-W. So Uelo!tts &d Co., a agentn . Orien,h for London, Walker'& Co. aents- not? yet in port. Colmtbian, for I?;ierpool, 9th March Harriet, for thnfishery--Weller, agent Nereus, (not yetin port) for South Australia L'£ndfNcnnraghtOn, for India,1? Mitchell; agent A.on, fo...

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Nearly Finished Loading. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

. toOernor Filllp, for Norfolk Island, .Oovramant agent. FPorta,u, for London, Gilchrist & Co., :agents. 20th. in tant. - Lotu6, f "London*-Oote & Co., agents, 17th 'Instant, l"eiberole, for London-Montefore & Co., agents, 29~h i' stant. Alfred, for London, WatI lr tcCo..agents, 17th Instant. .-.t?e, for New Zealand-Peterson, agent . Susannu, for London-A., . S,.ark & W. Carter, agents

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Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

S Fninsahed Leading and ready for Sea. H. M. $. Pe)8kua-GovernmeMt k gen. Margaret Raft, in the stream for. the Fishery, ken. worttyand, Co. agetits.' . : r SIndu, for India v1; Hobart Town-Small, agent. "Br.omtepa, for New York-Campbell and Co., agegts

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Sail this Day Wind Permitting. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

PROJEC'ED DE'ATL'RilLrES * Saiz thi, Day Find 1Permitting: Iltar)anine. for Htbart-Oo1ae & do,. agent:. . Laura, for Liverpool-Aspinall & Co;.,.g n . .eg gle Wiliam.ftor'Port Macqunardc. this eventng,. Jam , Moran, foir hdia'-GCMClirist and Co.. ageotu

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

7" DEPARTURESs· On. riday. the schooner Harleg inirCapt Kyle, for New.Zealand, with sundries . On Sunday, the cutter Prince George, for More ton Bay. , . " On Monday,l st, the :bark nDespplt s Captqn 'Pritchar?,.for Londo . . n Same day, thoe choo0lr Margaret,.. for.? Twofold On .on-1iday .:nast t *e; ship Eweretl .. Captain GjIlmorb forLondon.with Colonipl Produce.. Same say, the barquie Lord Eldoi, t ptain Worsell, for Loandon; with Colonial Produce. . Yesterday. the schooner SucceS, :CCaptain Bain. bridge, for Port Phillip withL the James Laingf Passeigera i. . ....

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London, Tuesday, December 4, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

London, T~Zetday, December 4, 1838. The Government published the fillowing document last night. Our readers will see that it merely communicates In an abridged form the importan: intelligence we were able to give to.the pubUc ercluieely, and in detail, yester day morning. SlPPLEMENT TO THIEt.LOd.ON 'GAZ* E OF Colonial Ofice, Dowroing-street, Dec. , 1938. '' Despatethos, of which the tilonwtlh is an extract awl a copy, have been received from. Lieutepant.Oeneral Sir John Clborne. C B., Commander oltheforces in Canada, dated Mnntreal,the 6th, and La Colic, the :11th of lovem her, I :03- , "EKTaACT OT A DISPATCH PROM LIauTaNANT'GREfitAL! SIR JoaN COLaogN's, G.C.B., TO l.oa OLc3NILO,; DATED FRIAD QUARTERS, MONTRIA, NOV. S, 1838. i "The information which Lord Durham has commu nicated to your Lordship will have prepared you for the movement of the rebels, which has now taken place in all the counties of the lRichelieu, and' in'the section of this district from the left bank of that river ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

S. Bippigng uit*WtUence. ARRIVALS. Yesterday evening, thh Duchess of Kent. 3434 tons. taptain-Newby, from Portsmouth- 11th of otvemn~ler, iand Santa Cruer on the 6th of: Decem-. bet, laden with merchandise. .Passenger--Mips R: Fo,' Mrs. J. H. Geroe, William Sheene, Johnl Curtis, Mr..and Mrs. tally, Elizabeth Pitch. John Eldrige, Charles Nixon, Charles J. Reeves, Thomas Hains, Charles Watkin. Daniel. 13ersy,. Willainm lNoble, 'lenry Flood, Mrs. E. Pleken and three children. Charlotte Br.own, and' Johaetersons' died at sea. . . Sdnmle diy, the -barque Jn stet Itrot from -Port Stephens and Newcastle., ..

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

SYDNEY 'Mý4ARKLETS Floura-t Lke.inlld..FINR SECONDS RATIDO * * ce8 28a 8 6 Wheat-aat t1 Mills... (CLEA.). Colonia.l from 1l1 6d to 125 * Maine-Pr~ces Qiveorowe*ii, from gs. : 1 iv.s'kon1u

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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

. THIF WOOL TRADE. "{From -the Moasauo C'uaOsct.a 3rd December.] Trade of Leeds.-Ourcdoth markeis,.shore particularly at -the Cnloured Cloth-hall. have fully maintained the same lively character as of late, but almost exalusivilly lbrbhlue, rifles. bottlq.greens. and wool-dyed'blackli, whHstit.brgwns and oUvdg there is scarcely an. thing dolnr. the stuck left on hand'at the close of the market consslting almost entirely of those calo?, "In the White. hall there thas been more lbsei?ess done than for some. weeks past. both In -heavy goods aud" in the finer and middle qgistles of white cloths--whlch may be accounted for by the adsance whilh has tsked'plnre in wool. and by the proqpect of an early sprine trade. Except with a few br es in the shipping trade. business Is, as usual at this season. dull In the vsrehouses. Hrudd?.efield Mlfarket. Dn?eadn.- There l little chati? to notice this week, excepting a slight Increase athe demand for Olalileloths.. Fancy woollens. As usoall met wtlk...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

. Van Diemen'i. and. From the 'TRoe COLONIST, e1t March. Thte m;arkets for aerleultural p'rodaue have dnurlh the last fotnigist bIeen moInn brisk thua we have ever 'known at this season in this Colony. All the wheat that hIhs been. brought to Hobart "ToiWu has, been readily b;onght up at from 94. to 10s. pea bushel a;nd extens.ve contracts have been made for future deliveries ac the samre rates; Potatoes experince ac ready sa;leat Hobart Town at from £8 to £10 per son, and in the country extensive speculations have been entered into for future delivery on the:spot at £7 10s. Hay pre..ed'aidd trs?ssed for exportation is readly toueht at £7 10s. to shil for Sydney. We have seen little done in oats or barley, the brewers being generally unwilling to purchase the latter until it has been sonme weeks in the stack, and Cape harley,eniee the. stoppage of the distilleries,. being only saleable.for horse corn. . , -? ,: Fromn.all we can see or hear, these prices are likely to continue thrune...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

-SIORMr4OA TOR TUZ BsUUmQ a w'hE Eveniic kW¶g gi. I li. ated. M'. 14 7. st 0 -ar 1 s a, Frida is -Is M .9. 84 ass s Ralnrday 16 58 ;' g - 4 1 5 3S3 6 9 sayaa7 17 "9.13 9 7 .10 06 I 6 47 1ondaJy -1 10 5 In 7 586 7 Tubeday a19 141 86 in "46 6". 39 .

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DATES OF THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM THE UNDERMENTIONED PLACES: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

DATES OF THE V L`EST1?ThTLLTGENCE PROM Tab V"UXWl3KRNI(TIO~ D ?LACZU: thg'and...... Dec., 8 New Zealand.....,a . 17 Van Dt.emen'mLand."Mar. 4 South Australia.... Jan. s The Cape........ Jan.25 Port 1hip. .. .Mar. . 3 ja ............S.Sept. 27

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

T eeoItp ittrorolo4ica1 lrTable. -TAJUA'IONS OF THERMOMETER. WINDS. &c. TmzaMousrzaa WND WWIKD I morn noon v.f I Wedn.Xlfar. 6 at 70, 68 I, SE Cloudy hursday 6 I 78`- 7-1': SE I Clear Friday 8. Es -74 I 75 W 8W Cloudy Ba'urday 9 64 76 63 ISE Clear uonaay 10 00 76 71 SE Clear Somay "11 60 76 78 SE Clar Tutoday 12 61 78 72 1 NE clear. )dean.Trmllorutuns. 730.

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More of the Bushranging Act. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Parramatta, March 11, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

More of the : ui hrangunl g Act:" 70 THE EDITOR OF TIR' Sydney Monitor and Cbmmercial Advertierw t Parramatta, Mharch 11; 1839. "S'B,-On Tuesday the Sthl instant, the aetlin Deputy Chief Constable and the WVatchhours. keeper, both of Parramatta, Went to the lodging: of W. T**?s*, painter, who has been working -upwards of two years .in this town, and who I ;kno.vn to have'ludged in the same house with one of the Parrtmatta blue devils for several monthl The consatables already referred to, asked Tl'O**s if he were freu?-he replied hle was; but this did notsttisfy, them. He wagstaken before the bench and oirdered to be forwarrded to Sydney to beI?den. 'tified. On his arrival in Sydney-he was liberated, as he was not in Captain M"Lean's books. lttb pears that T**?0s is an' emigrnort, and so well known, that no one but a constable dreamed bf hib ever being in bondage. Independent of'the di. grace of being marched from Parranomtta'to Sydney on the Chain, he has had'to ~rsbmit to'the foll...

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TO SIR GEORGE GIPPS. Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

TO. SiR GzoaRO GIPPs. Captains,eneral and Governor-fn.Chief of New South "ales, 'c. +1c.¢c.' Sit.--As thie Legislative Council is about topass an.Act, named the " Squatter's Act,"'l must ear. nestly pray that your Excellency will give that due consideration to this Bill before it is too 'l?te, wherein the lives and fortunes of a numerous class of enterprising, industrious agricultural emigrants of small ca ptal, who are deeply concerned and who are either doomed by that Act poverty; or made by its neiw enactments usefiul members of society. About the 31st of last January a letter of mine appeared in the Australian, addressed to your Ex cellency and the Legislative Council, in favour of newly.arrived emigrant farmers of small capital; I endeavoured to point. out how unjust it was, to force these emigrants of small capital 'to pay vhe same sum for licence, in advance, viz. , 10 per annum, for thlie few cattle or shLeep which their slender mtans would enable them to procure, when no hi...

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LIVERPOOL MARKET, WOOL NOV. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

LTVERPOOL MIARKIET, WOOL Nov:SO. Tlwre has been a steady huslness'transacted in foreign wools this week, at the advanced rates of the late public sale. The attention ofmost parties is directed tothe anua tion announced to he held in London on the 1th instant. 1.105 bales have arrived from Sydney, and they will he brought forward for' sale early next year. Imports for the week. 1,194 bales; previously this year, 44,719ldtto. Total, 'CORN MARKET,-'ov. 10. The arrivals of grain, &c. &c. have been -very light since our last report i but the wind having veered roand to the westward increased supplies may be anticipated. During the past few days considerable languor pervaded out trade, but no reduction was effected in the value of any article. There were very few dealers or millers pre sent at this morning's market, which passed over quiletly, most parties deferring their purchases untml the delayed arrivals come to hand. Holders, however, remained ex. tremely firm, and lo...

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Emigrants of Small Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

Emigrants of Small Capital. LaR not the Governor look down with indilfier. ence, much less c.mtempt, on the following reason. able and simple alppeal to him.' We call iteiniple,. because the.proposal, though just'and re&sonable, will, if it b9 adopted, require a deal of machisnery ill the ncw Squatting Act, to prevent abuse. This machinery it will be very troublesome to invent so as to work well. If the proposal came from the great bulk of the wealthy Colsnists, the Governor and Mlembers of Council would wait patiently till such machinery was mnanufoctured; but as the proposal comes from an individual, the representative of a class respectable and large, but totally wtithout influence, and ignorant of the fate which thin writer foresees (he happening to possess unusual foresight ind good sense,) the pr'oposal we are afraid will be forgotten and pushed on one side. The Governor and the Government have really too much to do already, and therefore tihe claim of defenteeless peo...

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