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LONDON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

LCNDN 'SHIP' NEWS. Cleared 'otwarda with carto.the'idtii nnvember.ttie Argt.Ga Oatea1y, and the An and iary', Wilsoo.:.botlz Novembar'i3--Eatered ontwar ds-oroati1I , the MI. .durak. for Sydoey., .. - Deal. 2slt NOV-.-H1pd. the JZobdU Saxo, Townuitor Sydney.. * r Urerpool, an2h Naeember+-.SaIes theHer9 q M1lafuek,: G ondy, for Sydney. Grawaeend. 1lth 10ois~l fPb. 1111"Ee htaguta. for Sydney. . Novemb~er 17--Salbd.the Wdllýf Whe Wbafor tmnooceeeatpu~. The wlwao bad arlvoad a,. Wob* T awa.bofafe:(Cipl WdUaow left, baviog ran 4qwyq:*dee aiya. Girawtodnd. 30th Iat., SMai tie 4ragt4 for Sydney ' oi'bat and St..- ueVa. 1tma is a lýtewol.d e#tdirwa tbd Morning tarroadsra. .. 'Satered qalwtwjra tar IdCig t at Dec. tfle`Lendoa. :Ca{ GJD ao Gibar sl. (or foj dd11ap L~eaaon. cfo ffwtn1 plea pai .Th e fJrglt. n0 to a, QaIbý·F Zrayeaen&d for Ply.-'' mouth. whence she war easeil lot Sydney dlrat the I ah Deeatiber,

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

Police News.. Parties in the habit of contlngwith' frivolous complaints to the" Police.office, in futuiire will be informed that unless they.can swear that they are in fear of a violent assault, they will not- be attended to. . ... A respectable young man named Duff was charged by a Mr. Phillip (formerly clerk to Mr. Brenan, the coroner, with perjury. the case arose out of a supreme Court. application' for a-discharge from custody, under the Insolvent Act. It appeared that the prisoner swore, when; applying fo- Isis dis charge, that" he'was not' possessed of a pair of pltols sold 'him bythe complainant. .Remanded. John Qiianlan, was apprehended"in Castlereagh street,titlh three bars ofyellow soapin his pursession, of which he could give no account. He.stated to the constable that they were pivea him by a waish erwoman, whose residence 'he was unacquainted with. At first he threw the soap fr6md him, and offere'dit to the constable if he would let. him go. Tile man was remanded, and t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

On Saturday morning the 9th instant, at her residence at the Sydney Glebe, the lady of John Betts, Esq., of a daughter.     By license, at St. Phillip's Church, on Monday the 11th instant, by the Rev. W. COWPER, Mr. John Barnett Wil- liams to Miss Mary Thompson, both of Cumberland-street, Sydney.  

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1839. Nothing extonuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. News by the "Susan." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

1SYD7EY MIO TOR &K COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MIORNING,. MARCH 13, 1839. -Nsgas sazteausate, orousght ast down imt attes. ' a jsa'rAsi. 'News by the" gasaun?u. Fron tIe S xarTAro of December 1.' The published accounts from Canada.' brought by the Inconstant. add little to our prevrious stock of inforration.. dome letters are written under gloomy apprehensions of a troubled winter; whilst others represent the force of the Governmentus fully" 'equal to' suppress internal disturbance, and ridicule the notion of any fJrmidable invasion by the .mal c!ontents and marauders on the frontier; whose tnumbers are said to be grossly exaggerated. The:Inhkbitants of Uppcr Canada appear to' be more interested in 'disputes respecting the establish. ment of Rectories and the endowment of the Church, than the dangers of domestic insurrection or attack gfrom the American border. The nmeimbers of the Church ot Scotland are highly incensed by the Gu "vernment patronage of the English Episco...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

"Dublin is now the scene of thePrecursor agita tion; Mr. O'Connell having transferred his " capt. cioits carcass" and indomitable powers of speech making to the Irish capital. The Government appears to look coldly on the Precursors. The .u,. CU~~aesss.uee..s .e a~s,. Or .msicle points with evident satisfaction the rcluctasiec or the Trl.h Tibs. ral Members to join in O'Connell's attacks upon the Tithe Bill. To clamour -for the repeal of measure which only a few months ago they strenuously sup ported as' benelicial to their constituents, is rather more than some members of " the Tail," albeit not usually fastidious, can submit to. The number, of precursors is still but an insignificant traction of the two millions. On Monday last, After two months' work in the' heyday of the humbug, they reached abouta twentieth part of the required total i; and the money collected was under 6001. O'Connell still prerseveres in making an .addition of forty-five members to theirish phalanx an indispen...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

The Weather in 'LIndon becamnevery odisterous on Tuesday evening. On Wiedesd'.u naThnrsday, nigch rain tell; anod on..Wedneidu ylhik thiere" was n perfect hnrricane of wind and4thin, .wth litiitnl?t and thunder at intersals.. The'dvw,-laundp in the neighbonrhood were fl,.oded.by-yhubi gh, tide., :tnd .much.datatie.was done on the ink~ofthe nThnmee. stapyof the vessels lit the Pnql li bjic adiflt. on Wedneaday'nighr, aaid dii.juiftyitat" ?re seeth I. - tertuinglted ingrea ,'trcfu tiu.' 1,oAt of thrsatep??rue.r and vesnela on the coast puti'nto different ports ; but heveral,.were driven a hrc ..aid one liarge shJp. w.ant down 'i, Goo?wliv Sands. In town, honnes irerrtnr6oferd, ehilnls:bltlsdi nodthi:h d swipdi.v shattered,' liat.,e have seen only,,oe .arcttunt:of de'ath occasinned by 1?he atortunbt, g o?l •an have been lnjared.* Several persons wve t;iaung ri?und a. fit-e'ln a sick:ýOVrd. ?.? tirtald ~k.l Qi. hnfee, whfen, aihttck*l of.cih mrtie wlJlpitq Uths,,dot, ukilling sine ,lo a...

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

Adreietisengqtts seqt, totlis Office, must, spec~fy on the fsace of thre, he number of tim?es the; aretqe a be advertis d; otherwise; they will be continued andt charged until.couzýtermanudd.. al ' "" For London direct. -ro SAIL onN ESK 22N(D MARCII] _ -T HE 'fine fait saiting SHIP pi?ty of EItinburgh, 366 tons ~er Ueglfter, T. W. P. Thompson,,Master, :now loading at Newcastle, will call here-for, pasngers,,a6d ?arry. an' eperiencdd Surgeon. -Application. to, be Ipale. to ,A. B.: SPCAlK.. il8eh'February. 189. _ 'r .London jDirect. [HE Fipn~Finrst-lass S h! 256 'Tons 'egist er, John P. "Ridley,- Conjmander, has *the greater part of hpr'Cargo engaged,: and beinga Chartered :Ship, will meet with the greatest .derpatch.-'For freight, apply to A. B. SPARK. -' - For 'London ' Direct, HIiEP FINE N':EW S-IP .. Catherine Ji? 1son; S06 -tons register, WVILLIuM lvr-?snesxm,r, commander; built in the 'Frith. of Fat Ilalht -year, and now on her.flrst Voyage,. has on.boa?d' 200 toms ,of' dead. we...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 12TH. Before the Chief Justice and Civil Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

S TuauaLD , MlARcit I2Tlt. Before thesChiqf Justice and a Civil Jury. Pedley v Green.-The plaintiff resides ins Eng Isad-the defendant did not appear. This was an action of assumpsit.,tq recover d186 8 7d, foc board and lodging and money lent to'the defendant, in England so far'backias the year 1884. A de. - laration made before ihe Lord Mayor of London . by plaintiff, setting forth the partiqulus of the de ?anand was put in and.re#d.. The Ch'iS Justice :ob?erved, that it was an-extraordinary infraction of lthe commoni law, nevertheless, .by an.'Act of Par :liimeit.in the 54th Geo. Il. liessons in ..ondon .,were enabled to recover delits due to 'them in this 'Colony, by going before the Lord Mayor- of Lndon "and makingi-affidavit thereof; lately an Act had 'done away even with the cath,---a Teclaration being o'till now required.-Verdict .tor, the..plaintiff ?-£185 8s. Id. , -(The Ju~y should,. by thl verdic ve t set aside this iniquitous law, and noit uin defendants on mere -ord. of...

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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY, 11TH MARCH, 1839. Before Sir James Dowling, Chief Justice, and Messrs Kinnear and Lethbridge assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

Supreme Court. -CIVIL SIDE. .l ODAYv,IlTTH MARncn, 1839. Brfore Sir Jamsn Dorcline, Chief ustice, and ff lcssrs Kinnear and Lethbridge assessors. This was the last tlay for -assessor's cases, and there'vsare several setdown. Prlucipallyactions on ptomissrtiy notes.. SBrrinlow v. Humphrey. Undefended, verdict for the plaintiff. £166 is. 4d. Edwards v. Barton. Undefended, £252 for plain tiff. .asrie v: lrntiside. "The plaintiff in this, case was sintsuited. sufficient notice not havine heen rlven to thedefendant, of the dishonor-of the bill, which was the same. bill on which the last action was brought, and which the present defendant had endosrsed." SBury v. Smith. This was an attlon' brought- by the plsinliff, a conmmlssln-agent, to xecover £31 5s frnm the defendant Mr. Smith, Butcher, of George 'street, as ctommlasion fur the sale of a'.quantity of salted beef. Mr. DeMestre who purchased the heef stated, that thel plaintiffdid not sell the beef to. him; he had merely told him it-wa...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

NEWS OF. THE .DAY:. " Dsa*as is R z."-The memblers of the thetri., cal corps seem to wish to profit by this announcemei,. by bringing some of tiheir own concoctions int0"he market. Mr,. Hollis applied 'yesterday fora sum mona against Mr. Lnsar, for knocking him dowuon the stage before 'the rising of the curtain. The particulars will core out on Friday. Mr. Bent has arrived from Hobart Town. and is about commencing b,?iinesa as a printer and News. paper Prsoprictor; in Park street. .i On Saturday an InqJuest was lheld.a.NeawTo'o on the body of Mslaslsy English, who came.tobil dealh under the;followingcircumstances. Captain Richards said the deceased came to his .coualiol house on Monday morning with a piece o paIe stuck to t4he criwna of his hat. Deceased said to two of Capt. Richards' servants who were wirint Bottled Ale.; wlshchs of you b--v thieves iltick this to my hat ? the prisoner replied, "I If ams tlhief, I have sufferedl for it. and J anever stole any thsing from you; upon ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

From the Trats of lst December. OtLs.-'nsh oils hrve beens in steady request for home consumptlon, and rather Higher prices have been obtained. Sales of cnd have been made at .£3 Ins to .?e;4d pale senal at .t6 Its to £X7: ito tuns of southern at public sale, sold at .26 to .£28 10s, low to fine quality: sperm has secured a fair sale at late rates, In linseed the ptir. chases have been limited. bcth on thespotand foirdelivery, and the price hlin fallen td 27 i; buyers of rape have come forward more freely, and a pretty good demand has pre valled at 41s'for pale, and 3's for brown. East Indlia cocoa nut has sold steadily at the late advanced rites. In olive * oil the purchases have been limited both forborne use and export, hut lower prices have not been accepted s palm is scarce, ahd the soapmakers are compelled to pay "4?s to 45s fld per cwt. ItRu s, IOANv.i, AD' Hno.LAS ns.-For Jamaica rum the demland has improved. and 230 punns have' been sold at 1revious rates ; 27 to 2n per ren...

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Literature. LECTURES ON THE POETS AND POETRY, OF GREAT BRITAIN, with an introductory Lecture on Poetry in general—By W. a'Beckett, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

LE:· +n"r it 0 i eZraturirO e AS LXcrtcaa -oie Tsnz Posas iar w 'sT$aX ow Gntx.& BnUTr.AZ, witA-. qs.it?troductory Lecture "on :Poetry in gcsiei4'jB?.. Ja'?Beckett, E#q. Mrr. A'Bckett in asm?ll preface to these lectures, pleads want of time as an excuse for the many gram matical ituccuracirs vhich'peri~qde his work; us we are this, genitleman's well.wisher, we compliment hini on the increase of his busidiess; at the same . time we must say it shdws' bad tii?te, in: Itinging before the public a work in so unfinished a state. The first of these lectuces, is confined to some .pirite?tetnatrks.on Poetry in general, in which the authior comhbats wilth the enemies of the sublime art. Hie proves that poetry -is not 'the jingle of words, bdtm that'" there is something more thanrsiundjand battnony in tbhps gloriojts outpourings of the human mind ;4d?hicl?ipoetr"y is at on l the ?tfingo'ame," T?hat ?ften, though the letter is Jalseioobd, i6e spirit at1b-e proftadsdct wisdon i and even...

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

bA.1l. BY Aotroxdo r' Which toil ltake idace before our ne.e :pubirwatloh . ine. iners iromyongery. &;'. W..THOM PSON-At Mr Ileane's, at'theWolomblneiat . II o'clock-- 15 acre Farm, wlth hmplements, stoclt: &l, " I'HIS EVENING. ;. T' WILSON--AtAls Rooms, at half-past 7 o!clock Books, Patings,&c. . :. 'O-MOnRO?W. \1. fEBBLEWHITi -At his Rooms, at 12 o'clock--thd blark'Jest; , S. SOLOMONS-At his Roo?s, at II ocilock-Marble Chimney Fronts, Slops. &c;. . SALE OF BROWN LAND. 4 " Marbid 13-Sectilor Frecacole. " ;'3' Marcb 2O-4 Leasehofes. .. Aprilt 10.-Crown Lands. . April II.-Leases oftrown Lands.. April 11-Melbourne Allotments. May B.-Sale of 26 Lots of Crown ..Land in the vicinity of Port Phillip... , May O,-Allohnbnts ini Sydney, Parramatta, and Malt land (one'in'qach). . ' AD V ER I T- .: EN OF I '$IIS DAY. List 4f XIas igrantl on 9 bbard the Susan, Capt ,Neatby; "Y MARRUISLD.Mi G · RIC .. A.? a sbourers.. c . . -9 " r ent rer~s ... ...?.. . .. .. .......

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 March 1839

nydney_ Wholesale Price Current: Srnarr--(In bond) ' gallodu-Romn;proof, to 3 O. P., i 4s id to fn 6d-Brandy. Sa 4d lo 5s pd-Gin, pale, 4s. TouAceo-pcr lt-Negroliead, is 3d to Il Gd-Cavendish, Sla.t ,-Per ton-)&.-arltlus?fi ne,.£26 a brown, .£24- Jay,?s22 to .4'2?4-=tglued, Id per lb. " CoPIE pe1r -lb--s to "-: i . ,' ":%. Tsn-p chlaeat--So0uibong;,? i-HylIon-skldI £68 tO to. £1i da--Hyson;2 r Iss o b . pex.. ltcoaper ban-Paitsa . 7aj d 6d-Ja,. 20 5. hrtcxs-per lb-Peppp, , 01 to u -.Cloves. 3s to snd 58 tlLumzws-per lbLcr %~y(p0 -11n--$myr: tadI ya,-.(in wood) per r pea-Shernt. £s0 to £6o-,. Madelrn, .25 to- T -L[neriffe, a" to £5s--P ort,; ,-3Sp" to ''Oo--Cap4. '1lo.-(lh:;lottlo)-per- dozen "Cbampagne."4os0 'to' .58--Clart,'.L to £'t ZP Madelra.,£l to £e1 lea-Sherry,. iL h to: £175d ..'poxt, e£ 5s.to £l 10s. Poarra-pcr.hhd-Taylor's. £.7to-,7 5s-OtberBrowers £'6 lsto £6 ls6d-B-ottled, 1-4 per doze. . AS?-.ilrtot,1. i6 3d00pm 1 barrel-ltliotis, £S l0sper hlld; Slottled, Dueba...

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

S lA ' ?'IATION` as' OVERSEER, "by; a ?peron who isI ell 'squainted with Agriculture, the isrnaoement of Cuttle, and the 'cleaning and pack i Wool ftMr " itt?mket. - Address "H M;'.post t , aE t tIitftlica:. ... , 7'ANTrED; by. the Un4rersignedl.. immediatelya WV .:A STO.RFI.EI1.PElL. w"h can Keep Ac -counts. [He must be strctly'honniit and'sobcr. A MItarried Man who will make himself useful will SCbe preferred. -Apply, if by letter post, pid,..tp JOHN G. LYNCH. Bungonia, March 8, 18E9. " _%V AN''ED by a young man (an emigrant recently arrived) a situation as clerk, or any -other light occupation in which he could be. dsefrl -to his employer; salary not so much an object as a permianent situntion. Appily by letter Post Paid to WV G. Sydney 'Monitor Offce. ASSISTANT OVERSEER. S~7~,ANTED, a Situation-by a'Peron of active V habits, as Assistant Overseer. on a Grazing -establishment; Salary no opbject. Apply to Mr :'al!, Monitor Ofice, York-street. Assistant Editor. "'77TANTIPD, an Assi...

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Grapes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839

Grapes. SRta.-Tast August a letter was published in the Sydney Hlerald on the suhject of the vines brought. to this Colony by Mr. James Bushbvy. stating the had" manngement to which they are subjected, and the loss su.tanied by the Colony in the disappear ance of many of the varieties; also, proposing a plan by which Government may preserve those that still remain. The recommendation to Government, for the formation of one vineyard of the various species now in the Botanic Garden, is on too limited a scale. One vineyard woold be inadequate to the cud pro.. po.ed. Three or four such ouglht to be formed in different, parts of the Colony, say Aforrton Bay, Port Mlacquarie,- the neighbhourhood of Sydney, Batemna's Bay, or-Twofold Bay, and yearly reports of the produce, quality, &c. &c. These reports would enable any settler to make choice of those varieties of grape most likely to succeed in the locality in which Ie is placed. Without reference to Governmeni.t, tihe same...

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LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839

LUI) ON. AJD SoM I, LOADINa. Mrr,'. for the fnthery-Hugh ' sand Hosklng, agents .chlllce, for South Seas-Duke & Co., agents Catherlne .trm'eoen. for London--H. Moore, agent Eliza Frances. for the fishery-Capta?i Lawson agent Alexrn.der Hlenry. for the South Seas-Captain Layeon, owner and agent Porland,. for London-Walker & Co. and Gltchrist & Co., agents Abel Go' ce. llenders'~n master, for London, from New. castle. A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent Citr of Idig' rgh, for London, from Newcastle-A. U. Spar!., agent Coonistl, for Liverpool-A. B. Smith, agent Ansiromsnche, for Lond tn -W.S. Deloftte & Co., agents Orient, for London, Walker & Co. agents, not yet in port. Hrrietl, for the fishery-Weller, agent Nereus. (not Yet in port) for South Australia-Mr. V. Solomon. arent. Lady Maaenaughton, for India, F Mitchell, agent Anon, for the Solth Seas-Capt. Cole, owner and Scent James Laling, for Port Philip as soon as relaired-Groae egent Carline. ba...

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Convict Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839

Convict Discipline. Polrcn OFrcr.--Williann Frew, assigned to Mr. Grose. was Irought up- on the following charge : The4prisoner'hadl een in ihe hahirofstrollihg about the towvn and visitlor,.among others. the preminses of Mr. Hall, $t the'earner of Kitai and Castlereash streets. 4)n the 16th of Deceniher last, Mr Hall requested he wunld desist. The' prisoner uted 'a great deal of ilaolnt language, pretendiig to he. a. niatile of the colony. Some days afterwands the female servant absennddd, taking her box. Mr. Hlhll.anispected the;itisoner of havins aided liel in, esenrpine. and complained to Captain tunes, who tidvised ihhn to have the mai taken into custody the frit.time'he raw him. Tile woman was appprehended a short time afterwards and sent ti~,he factory. buft. the prisoner was not veen again until the t:etirn of ihe.wonmn to Mlr Hall's sevie,;, whep hle aga.in appeared in company .with another man, as wan. telieved, in search of the wnnan.. 1 lr. Halt caused binm to be apprehe...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Sail this Day, Wind Permitting. Indus, for India via Hobart Town—Small, agent Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839

PROJEC'I'IED DEPAI(R'UIRES. Sail this Day, mind Permittlling. Indus, for India via Hobart Town-Small, agent Finished loading and ready for' Sea. H. M. S. Pe!or'-o-Gvernmqnt agent Margaret aill. in thw stream for the Fishery, Ken. worthy and Co. agents. Brnomlyla, for New w'ork-Campbell'and Co.. agents Atfred, for London, positively on Sunday next-Walker & Co . agelnts. L'Arlemise for South Amerlca.

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Colonization of New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839

Colonization of New Zealand. An authenticated report has arrived from Eng land by the last arrival, that New Zealand is to be colonized, not on the same principles as those adop. ted with South Australia, but by means of a Joint Stock Company sanctioned by'PurliHment; but we feel confident a jobbing company will not he allowed to make money by monopolizing New Zealand. The New Zealand Rill moved last session, we'consider less objectionable tian the present company, and we are therefore surprised to see sich a project revived. This company is different from the South Australian Commission. The eommissioners share no profits nor losses. -They spend in South Au,tralia all that comes to their hand by the tale of land, and t hey do their work at present gralis we believe, but they look to receive salaries to be voted by Parliament. The New Zealand company propose to gain profits. Their interest therefore is set agtinst their duty. The interests of the colonists will require that all the ...

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