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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

SHIP NEWS. ', Arrived on Saturday last. The King's of France's corvette' Astrolabe*,' 82 men, 12 gups,. Captain D'Urviile ; froitivTou!un 29th Apiil; La Praja, St. Jago, 30th July ; and lastly, ''King* Georce's Sound. Western Port, and JervisMiay. » , ? ..?*... T 1 ;Saine day the ship Hugh Urawloru, (Japtain .Lanjrdon ;»..trora London loth July; St. Jago*5th 'August; and Dcrwent^Sflth' instant. Lading — sundries.' Passengers- from Europe — Mr^ and Mrs. Wilson, Mr.' and Mrs^JBrooks, Miss D'alzell,' Mri^tfl*^ Donald, and Mr. O. Howe. From' the '.Derwcnt-^Mr/Bunsler, Mr. Bripgs, 3Hr. Bunu, *Miss Ryriei Madame D'Hotiiiau'ancj] three-children. * ** ' v '? ' * t . »? t,^'n Same day the government schooner Isabella, 'Captdin^ James, from Melville Island. - \ ' * ' -'1'1 * ' ' . * *J * ! '' Same*' day the hrig 'PeVsqyerance, Captain- Kinnear,* from* MRcquaric Island; with a cargo of^oif. , ? *?? y'K - ?* lVu *'«?»* Monday the brig Fame, Captain Turnbull,1 froin'Newdastle/ ? with' coal and s...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON IMPRISONMENT FOR "DEBT". [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

ON IMPRISONMSJNT' FOR ' DEBT: ' Isle 7jofa?n,''nigram 'nom inat ; sinnd hie vocat albam* 1 Idem, diverso lumine,'uturque videt.' '* Th'at, black' declares, what iliis pronounce*, white : ' Each-vievls the 'same thing in a different Unlit. .My .attention to.AJnha's second disser'ationjon tho^pxpe diency of '' Imprisonment for Debt,' at'the lwillkuqf rthe creilitor, is prompted, less by a \vij-h to prplbng the c'ontm veisy, 'than t'o'exprc's's' my.faatisfiiction at the candid and temperate manner ,in which,' as far as he g'oes\ this I'esnecfa ble writer has conducted it. Btjt I confess, I am not sufficii 'ently convinced, even by all the arguments ho has* so inge niously combined, o'f the. truth of the two leading principles which, lie app'eaisto me, so anxious to sustain ; viz. ' that commercial persons are'better qualified th.ui the Judges of the land, -and other eminent authorities, quoted by »? Atis' ,tides,' to decide on the* subject at issue :' and ?' that par tial evil ought to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

SALES By ^AUCTION. . ' ?:';;?' . BY' MR. It. COOPER, it. the Stores /of ^Messrs': Rairie and Ramsay, tins day, the ? 6th instant, at 11 o'clock precisely ,' without reserve', V QUANTITY OF SADDLEriY— CONSIST ^' ING; of; g-entlemens'; saddles and brfdles, with olished steel bits. &c. compiete ; chaise harness, with brass iid plated furniture ; cart 'ditto; jockey ditto; ladies' riding d. and plated1 spurs' with 'leathers. '?'.*. Gilt jacket-buttons; 'mettle^do; ladies' Leghorn and willow Qnriets, boys' drab and brown beaver - hats, young ladies' and iildrens'.do. Hieiis' superfine waterproof hats, seaming twine, a uantity of English canvas' from ?No.' ;4 to -No:' 8, four bell nits without pegs or.poles,' a, few table services, a quantity of ellow so.ap, candles, and a few boxes of currants and ''raisins. ']''',? **Vi MR.PRITCHETT, 'At .the Market-place; Sydney, To-morrow, the 7lu inst. /V CALC UT-TiA; BUlLTCURRICtE, HAS ^*- just .undergone a thorough repair, and is worthy Men...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times of Nov. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times of Nov. 24.)   Arrived on Thursday from England the transport-ship Woodford, Captain Chapman, with 99 male prisoners, one having died on the passage. The guard comprises a de- tachment of the 39th regiment. Tuesday from the Cape of Good Hope, the ship Leda,   Captain J.Northwood, with 350 pipes of wine (59 of which are for Jones and Walker, of Sydney), 150 barrels of rai- sins, 2 tons of salt butter, and a few keyg of dried fruit. A journey to Launceston, 124 miles, has been performed by three Tasmanian horses,' each cnrrj-ing'a.henvy Vider without a feed of. corn the whole of the way, till within 1 few miles of. their destination, when a few ears of wlieai were given them. ' From stage to stage tliey had nothing hut what.grass they^coiild. pick- up (while their riders re freshed themselves) at'~the several huts on the road— afiei having travelled eighty miles on bare grass, and this in one day! .?-... . - We...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

The affair of the private soldiers, Sudds and Thompson   still continues the uppermost topic of conversation     and unfortunately the quibbling and volatile manner in which it has been treated by imprudent and limping ap-   ologists does not tend to assuage the popular feeling or   more popular suspicions. Had the case been left where Mr. McLeay's letter placed it; the mind of the public might have been calmer by this time; and disgust at mis-   placed advocacy, would not have been super-added to ge-   neral regret at the unlawful treatment of two culprits.   As it would be unfair to suppress the representations of       persons who not only offer their opinions, but profess to     relate the facts connected with the business, we have without         much hesitatio...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor Of The Australian. SIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

To the Editor Of The Australian Sir, A letter published in two Newspapers and signed a "Subscri-   ber," impeaches the veracity of the statement in your Paper, of the 29th ult. respecting the deceased Joseph Sudds, late a private soldier in the 57th Regiment. The parties who sent that state- ment to you, (for it was not the act of an individual, but of several persons who commiserated his sufferings,) will verify it, if necessary, on oath. In fact, it is notorious, and was witnessed by more than twenty spectators; among the rest, by the under- gaoler himself, that when the wretched victim was conveyed from gaol to barracks, to receive his military punishment, he was not able, without assistance, to descend the flight of steps leading from the cells to the prison-gate ; and on his return, he was equally obliged to be supported by two men. And it is not less noto- rious, that when he was conveyed from prison to the hospital, on Sunday evening, in a cart, he, was in a dyin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. 'GjOLoniai* Skcretary's Office, Di:o. 5, 1820 HIS- EXCELLENCY TWi ' GOVERNOR HAJ boon pleased to approve of tli« following ultera lions nnd appointments in tlie police of the Colony : — AlBrokt-n Bay — Robert Melville', per H. IV1. ship Glulic ?: 1S03J1 noWing an 'absolute phrdon, 'to be constable, in the roon of Tlioinas Bolton, came fire per the Minorca UiOl. resigned. In the district of Paterson'h Plains — Henry Couu-rforcl, .pe ship.-SencnoVu, free, to be clerk to the Bench of magistrates in the' room of Jones, dismissed, 'to ' bear . date the ISth. Julv last, 'i; . * ?' William, Scnttergnod, per. ship Adas (3), nnd' Thomas Scott per .fihip 'Liukcns, .both holding tickets of leave, to be con stables. l ? '. , .- By his Excellency's Command, ? Alex. M'Leav. ? . i . . PUlfLic^TOTICE~ ~ ? . CotoNiAr, Secretary's Office, Dec. 5, 1826. nHHE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS HAVE -?- obt;unod- Certificates during' the lust, Week ; viz. Agamemnon — William Shippy . ... l-itio— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 6 December 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER: . , Colonial Secretary's Office,, Dec. 1, 1826., (No. 46 ) ' ? ' . HIS EXCELLENCY. THE GOVERNOR HAS ' l-een pleased to appoint John Serocold Jack ion, .Esq. to net as Bnrrack Master, iu tlie room 'of Lieutenant King, until the pleasure of the Secretary of State shall be known. 'By h/is Excellency^. Command, _ „ _ _» '' '* ' ,A'li:x. M'Leay. GOVERNMENT NOTIGES. Oolonui, Sitrrtaut's Office, Dec. 1,, 182fi. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR HAS 'been pleased to appoint John Fitzgerald, E*»q. Lieutenant in his Majesty's thirty-ninth regiment, tobcajns tice of, tLe 'Peace in tlie Colony of New South .Wales. . By his Excellency's Command, *. *. Alex: M'Leay, r Colonial Secretary's Of*-icb*Nov. 14, 182C GOVERNMENT BEING DESIROUS TO LET the Windmill at Newcastle, for the term of seven years, from the first clay of January next, Tenders from such persons as may be willing to take the same, will bo received at this office, on Thursday, the seventh of December, at 12 o'clock. Each ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 December 1826

TUTOR WANTED. W&T A N T E I) J M M 12 L) 1 A T ELY. Till RT Y » v milps from Sydney^ a mtildlc aged Person, of moral and religious ii'ibiU, vlio rnny be cniiipL'Icnt and n;illin« to undertake tl\e education of (be cbildrou of a family, nnd per fect them in the various branches of literuturc : comprising the different classics, writing, arithiuetic, grammar, geography, &c. Salary will not be considered *o much nu object by the adver tiser, n-j qualificulioh. A respectable reference will bo indis pensable ; but ho objection will be nindc to ft prisoner, provided he is competent, and his general' behaviour in the Colony hits, on reference, heen such us entitle him 1o recominendation. Letters, with renl nauips, terms and references, nddrcssed 10 T. Z.rtnd left with Mr. liarnet Levey, 72, George-street, will ineeL prompt attention. . WANTED TO HIRE, A TEAM OF TWO OR THREE BULLOCKS, ** with Dray and .harness complete,- for which' a liberal sum, nnd security for the payment...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(DEC. 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 December 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS, — (Dec. 7.) Several supplies of new wheat were received iri*. market this morning ; the samples were^ uncommon fine, the grain being heavy . and dry, sound, and in every respect clean — what ap nnnn.il u;nW fnrrprlv hnill'llt nn. Cinod old wheat also had H -1g- mand: Maiao is a sliaue higher, x lour continues me same. 2 - - sold at per Bush.1 «£0 7 0 g(i - ' - - - - O 0 6 300 - - - - - 0 . ? 5 6 ' . 50 ,- - - - - O O 0 ?Total 378 * ' ? Average Price of Wheat - ,£0 6 8 Bitto of maize .V . ,' - . 0 3 G Barley., - ? - 0 3 6 \ Fine Flour 14s. Od. stg. per cwt. Seconds do. 12s. Od. per.do. Pollard, 2s. Od. per bushel ' Eraii, ls.'6d. ailto. ? Potatoes, 10s. Od. to 20s. Od. per cwti; fowls, 5s. Od. to 6s. 0U per couple. ? ' ' Ducks 6s. Cd. to 7s.' 0d.— Geese 12s. Od. to 14s. Od. Turkeys, 14sl Od. to 24s. Od. per couple. Butter, 2s. Od. to 3s. Od. per lb. — Eygs, Is. 9d. to 2s. Od. per dozen. ? _ ^ Cheese, Is. 3d. per lb. Assize price bread of 4-^d' per loaf Selling price -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary's Ofpicr, Drc''S, 1S26 '?? .fTlS EXCELLENCY THE -GftVERNOli HAS j -SOL been pleased to approve of Jhe following* altera- £ lions and appointments in (lit: Police of the Colony : — -. ? - '; a At Broken Day — Robert Melville, per K. M. ship Glalton tl -1803, holding'ari absolute pardon,' to be constable, in the room j, of Thomas Boltori, cauj'e f rue per the Minorca 1801, resinned, j, tn the district of Paterson's Plains — Henry Comerforcl, per. i ship Hciicooleii, free, to he clerk to the licncli of Magistrates, f in tho room of Jones, dismissed, to bear date the 18lh July , Irnst. William Scalfergood, per ship Atlas (3), and' Thomas Scott por ship Lnrkcns, both .holding tickets of ltave, to be con-( stables. . -t By his Excsllency's Command, . . 'Ar.EX. M'Leay. .-l' . nrr. - CATITRRS' BARRACK*, OCT. 31, lS2fi. TOKRSONS DBS! IIOUS OF SENDING Til 151 IV -U-' Mares.. to tliCuGover-nmM*t- Hoi-sob*. 'Satellite or. Punch, will be.p.'oased to notify ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 9 December 1826

? The letter of Messrs. Aspinall and Brown convinces us that they, have a very correct notion of the dis appointment which the sudden departure of a ship must inevitably create to the Colonists at large. Set ting aside the real injury which such a circumstance occasions to trade, the interruption by its occurrence given to miscellaneous correspondencies, is enough to give rise to the most serious regrets. It may be looked ?'.*?'. ' - ' i pon,' in' the light of a favor for ship owners to allow I ( Ijeir vi*ssels; to become ihe medium of conveyance of I i Jtters'and other communications ; hut it is i\. fitvor thich one Hhip -owner grants to, anil receives from nothrr ; and Which all ship owners owe, in n greater ir less degree, to* the society in , which' they live. rVere \vc concerned -in the shipping, interests, we hoitld he as anxious to inform the public with ac jur'acy, of the movements of our ships, as we should -e to learn the movements of , the ships of. others. It s highly ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

To Coiuik9||oni)ents. — ' Imprisonment for 13ebl'in out iie.\L thITaustraQan '? SYDNEY, DECEMUKK 13, 1S26.

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To the Editor of The Australian [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

To the Editor of The Australian Jsih,— I maintain that the proposed new duties on tea, spirits, nnd tobacco will 'have the best cfiect on the agricultural. interests nf this Colony ; it may not, perhaps, be the doctrine of Adam Smith: but Adam Smith did not write nnrl tliink fnrM..™ «o..ii. Wales, but for an old and powerful kingdom, deep in debt ? iiiaintniiiing vnst armies and navies, and syvarmiiig like a bee hive, with an. abundant and industrious population. Therefore' while I reverence this father of political economy, I cm bound to disagree with him/iere, because of.local citcumstances, in the same manner as a Thames1 pilot, however skilful, might easily Jose his ship on the sunken racks of Port Jackson. VVe have been left on a desert 'island/at the antipodes of our father land, and wonderful to say, arc rapidly converting it into English parks, and erecting English palaces ! Instead of being an ad vocate for taxation (the very thing most of us came here to avoid), I detest t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDERS. Ctu.nxiA]. Hechetaiiv's Oitioe, Dec. 12, 182(5. , 1-jf'lS MAJESTY HAS KEEN PLEASED TO JLJL jippoint James 'Holland, Esquire, to' lie Solicitor Geiuial of tIie,Coloiiy of New South Wales, in the mom of Jolt i Stephen, Esquire, who is appointed a Judge of the Sup-cine Court. liy Command of -his Excellency thcGovcrnor, , __ . 'Alex.'BI'Leay. Colonial Secretauy's Ovfice, Doc. 12, 1826 -NTo..4S.) ., , ..-: , ?TPHE UOVEllNOR HAS BEEN PLEASED TO ? -*- appoint James Holland, Esquire, li is Majesty's Solicitor-General' in this Colony, toj he Commissioner of the OoarJ.s of . Requests, nt Sydney,- Liverpool, Parramalta, \vini\Hur, sind Newcastle. Henry G rattan Douglass, Esquire, will therefore resume his situation as.Clcrk to the Legislative Council. 'By his Excellency's Command, _-??_____ Alex. M'Leay. (iOVERNMENT NOTICES. Coioniai. Secretary's Office, Dec. 12,' 1826. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD, ^HK^HEREAS A MAN NAMED WILLIAM wV WARD lately escaped from the Carters' Bar- rack, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial SnonETAiiy's Office,- Di:c 8, 1820 'JO THE TRUSTEES OP THE CLERGY AND v SCHOOL LANDS IN THE COLON V. IN PURSUANCE OF THE .KING'S'; ROYAL Charter in th.it lichnlf, his Excellency the Governor hrrcby convenes a Special. General Meeting of the said Trus tees, lo be JieJd at tlio Council Chamber, on Thursday the 11 ill instant, ? v ' 4* TBy liis Excellency's 'Command, !l-^l 'Mlt - t ., . , . 'Alex. M'Least. ! is '?*''? ' Carters' Barracks, Oct. Sl/lSlJCI1 ] 'PERSONS DESIROUS OF SENDING'THEIR -?$- Mares to ^thc Government Horsesj- Satellite 'or J'tmeh/will be ple'ised to notify the same at tlje Office of, the Colonial'Sccretary ; an authority will then be furnished the.ni, to the Superintendent of this Establishment. ''*' ! - '** 1'' Tliis arrangcircnthas become necessary, to prevent disappoint ment ; as the number of marcs to tic put to Satellite, independent of Ihose belonging to Government, is necessarily vi'ry limited. Payment wili.be made, for inaresYcri...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

SHIP/NEWS* ?-'Arrived on Monday the Colonial brig Apnlln, Mr. Johir Laughton master, from tint Derwcnt the lQlli of November — Lading with sundries. Passengers, Mr. T. Webber, Mr. lihict. well, and Mr. Hudson. xustcrday,tliu Jong talked of ' Currency Lass' arrived from Newcastle. s Sailud on Sunday the brig Wellington for (Norfolk Island with provision:) and prisoners ' Same day the government schooner Alligator for Western Port Projected Departures. — Speedwell for Port Dairy iupL-, nil-i the Darling for Hobart Town, on the tSlh insf. — i\inry Klua lu-th for Alorcton Hay, JJoyne for- Canton, Adrian f.;r llnlnvh ind riaweis for the Isle of France, on the 14lh instant. — !*-?«- lia for London on the 17th instant. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

nPO IJK SOLD -11Y' PIlIVxVTR COlSTRAfiT -'- a most vitluVible and highly estimated FRKeI ' HOLD ESTATE, situate «t Cabranmttn, conipri-iMiT fTllZ 300 to 1000 Acres of choice land; two hundred -if i%lVicfr ar-- ^lenred, -and sixty in cultivation ; vw'ilh several good |ia(UI-ir{-s. Ft is equally adapted to -the' purposes of cultivation or »mn»« lu-ing constantly -and abundantly well watered in tliu -drin^ I season; nnd its disinnce being cxlremely eonvenicTit, beinnonlT I 9.5 miles'from Sydney, 15 fnhn Parrnmatta, nnd 5 from Liwrl I pool. lias also, a .strong new enclosed pnrlilock, coinpritiitig ' about 200 Acres, 'and is now under rout, at seventy pomuls i,w anniim, to' a1 'nobd and responsible teiinnt, for sevt- n years ; fime and a-half of whieb'are unevpired ; and, as an neeonunudniinp a limited credit will be given 'for a jiortion of the j-nirdia'^ money.' ' Reference for fiinther particulars, to 'be hnd of Mr. Jnmtv Williamson, \iienr the King's Stores, Parraiimtta, and ftlr. G...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 13 December 1826

? -'John Bull,' who speaks in another -column* ' talks in'fa true John Bull style, save when he supports' the proposition lately thought to liavc been' in contem plation of levying- duties on lea, sugar, salt, Sic. and tax in g^tho .necessaries of life. Ilis article is uncommonly ' clever; uncommonly pleasing1, and uncommonly patrio tic ;-but'he does. not hit upon the right expedient for ''. encreasing or retaining tho wealth of 'the 'Colony; when he proposes-to make us a great people by means of' taxes.' ? His owrf '? statement of-facts is the*best an swer to his own recommendation, and forcibly exem plifies the ' advantage 'of allbiving' a people' to find their own road to prosperity.' ?? A few years ago,'' says 'John 'Bull,' '? boots; shoes;* 'chairs, tables, ?onp, candles, &c. were indispensabie articles oYliii portation.' They are uottso.no wl; and nine ten tjis of such articles in common use afeprese'nt^are produced and manufactured within the ColdiVy^.'-tBut it has no...

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SUPREME COURT.—(Yesterday.) M'ARTHUR v. HILL AND HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

S UPltEME CO V RT.~ ( Yestetday.) W'ARTHUft It.: Hlil. AffD HALL. This was an action of libel. The defendants put in a plea of justification. The damages were laid at .£500. By the opening, it appealed that the plaintiff. Mr. Han. M'Arthur, was formerly one of his Maiestv's. Justices of the Peace for the Colony ;' }%e held that office in the year 1822. The defendants are the pro prietors, &c» of a weekly newspaper. On the -29th day of September last, the libpl complained of was inseited. It charged the plaintiff with ca'usingyiti his capacity of magistrate, one of his own servants to be sentenced to receive 500 lashes; ?00 of which? the servant received. The libel also contained other reflections injurious to the plaintiff. The circum stances which the paper purported to describe, were! stated to have originated, in a complaint which the plaintiff had been instrumental in bringing- forward before several of the Justices of the Peace assem bled at Liverpool. The servant's con...

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