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DATES OF THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM THE UNDERMENTIONED PLACES: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

DATES OF TIIl LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM TUO UHDRRNKNTIONED PLACER: Rnrtnd.... Dl.c. B New Zalaid . Jan.17 Van Uiemen's Laud, Mar. 6 South Alutralia .....Tan. 5 The CapJ..........Jan. 25 Port Phillip......... ar. 1 I ndia .. ........... .Sept. 27 INwZ~nll...a. I

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

WO.CL. LIvEarooL TWOOL St.L'.-O? Fr'day, the 16th instant, some extensive parcels of s?oo. were brought to auction, amounting to nearly three thousand bales; of which one thousand three hundred and twelve bales consisted of Australian, the remainder Eist India,. Peruvian, Spanish and Portugal, Smyrna, and various other descriptions. The at tendance of buyers, both staplers and manufac tirers, was unusually large, almost without prece dent, and the bulk of the parcels offered sold with mnuh briskness, and at advanced rates, a convincing .proof.ofthe, ealthy state of the tradein the various matn'ufacturing. districts. O1 the Auitralian the whole found ready buyers; realising as under : 1008 bales sqld per Buchanan and l3rowne, viz - 08. bales tif?sashed, refuse and locks, Is Id to is 8?ti; 220 dittolow clothing and,ncarse combing. Is 9d -to ls I d ; 641' ditto fair clothing, good strong combing and some lambs, 2a to 2' 3Sd ; 79 ditto good and fine clotling and fine comun'ing, 2s 4J to...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

English T'eNws. Do.merara papers, dated the 13th of October, mention the prevalence of a bad spirit among the negroes. The Labourers in the most fertile districts had given notice of their intention to abandontheir work, and seek the means of support elsewhere. A proclamation had been issued by the Governor of British Guiana, offering premiums for the importation of agricultural laborers. PLr.?vsrrr, November 29.-We have had a tremendous night of weatlier,.the wind blowing a hurricane from the south, varying suddenly to the south-east and south-west, with constant flashes of llghtning. With the exception of a sloop, which went ashore on Teat's-hll, no serious damage has occurred, and .in this case no life was lost. Earl Dudlam and suite are still on board the Inconstant, and, unlts an unexpected change in the weather should take place, he is not likely to Rlan this day. The Incon sltant andTweed are still ill the Sound, with about so sail of merchantmen Some of the latter have lost ...

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Sydney Markets. SATURDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

Sydney Markets. SATURDAY MORNING. A contemporary of Saturday annnounced that flour had risen to 40s. Parties intima:tely connected with the Hunter's River and other distant districts will he apt to be deceived, and sub'equently disap. pointed by this announcement. The only alteration which has taken place is, that the single shilling discount, usually allowed in eash .payments, is, now discontinued, About 6000 bushels of wheat hava changed hands since our last. Maize is scarce, but buyers are holding back, expecting a fall. Other grains have undergone no alteration. Tihe vegetable market is of course very poorly supplied. Drought is ruining the gardens. Potatoes (from Illawarra) are from 8s to 12s; thete are none from Van Die men's Land in the market; and as ivill he seen in the list, there are but few kinds of vegetables at all, and those very inferior. Fruit is in the sama pre dicament, had peaches at enormnous prices. Tobacco is still higher, and it is expected still to rise ; ne...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

SPIRITS AND tOBACCO. Stoeck on hand the 9th inst.-B. P. rnn,. 108.834 eallnsn-brandy, 26.330 gallns--tin, 27,508 gallons -other spirits, 6,085 gallons-Fic and Cavendish toc;hrno, 219,423 pounds -Brazil diitt,. 13,710 pounds - unmatlnfactredldittn, 2;6.531 pounds cigar.,3 t,C83 pnonds-snuff, 2.338 pounds. Received during the week-- i. P. rum, nil; brnndy, 1,940 gallons- gin, 416 eallnn--other spirits., 70 galldns-Fiig and Cavendish tobacco 28.108 p.unrds-?lrazil "ditto, nil-unmanutfactured ditto, nll-c-iars, nil-snuff, nil. . Delivered for hore conmnptionn-B. P. rum, 3,129 gallons-hrandv, 1.407 rall.n--Rin 457 sal luns-uther spirits, 41 gallons-fig and C.,vendish tobacco, (6,039 pundsn-Brazil dirto, nil--nnman;mu fartured ditto, 400poulnds-cigars, 130pounds-anulf, 156 pounds. Delivered for exportation--1 P rnm,49 gallons hlrandy, 111 zallons -gin 360 gall -nsolther spirits, 32 gallons- fig and Cavendi-h tobacco, 2,031 pounls; Brazil ditto nil-unrnanufactured ditto, nil-cigars oil-snu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

AND JOHN 2LJI) H, N returning his thanks to the Australian Public generally for the liberal Patronage and S'upport which they have given him in his Business as GROCER and ITALIAN WVAREHOUS.EMAN, hastens to inform them that he has ;atnde arrangements for the commencement of an extensive IRONMONGERY TRADE, in addition to his other as -?ab?e, on the Promises N..o. 74, George Street, LATE MR. WILSON'S WELL-KNOWN SALE ROOM., In soliciting a share of the'Public support, J. H. would assure them, that his arrangements are so made as to theet evcry thing like competition; the Selection of the GOODS generally, was made in the heart of the manufac tiiring distiicts by Mr. J. T. WILSON, during his stay in England; the Public have therefore this guarantee, that -no Article unsuited to the wants of -the Colony would be brought. The Shipments will.be made QUARTERLY to him, with the certainty that any improvement in Tools or Agricultural Implements he will be the first to receive, -his Corresponden...

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Transportation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

Transportation. The philanthrophist having virtually abolished capital punishments, are, as it' appears, on the eve of getting rid of the punishment of transportation. A irolumi nons report of a Parliamentary Committee on the subject has been published; the ,winding uprof which consists of the follow ing resolu ions, which we venture to say, contain more sheer, absolute, and down right nonsense, than ever was worked" np: in so small a space. We give the, resolu tions, and have ventured to underscore' what appears to us to be the points mnost worthy of observation : " 1. Thait transportation to' New South Wales and to the settled districts of Van Diemen's Land, should be discontinued as soon as practicable. '' 2. That crimes now punishlitible by' transp,,rtation, should in future be punished by confinement with hard labour at home or abroad, for periods- varying, from two to fifteen- years. "s 3. That for the purpose of effectually maintaining< discipline and" subordinatio...

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COVENT-GARDEN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

. ":. (VEi`nI' OARt1)$' T*IýTRR., After 77ke 1Pebapcst'on Sn urdayeveing;'. a,."patite".comnEdyý; bj& sw9 acts, .,was prcs dured;. duiied e'dqou&. demuxr To th e class ii whsicth Ihzs ~iiCce 'i rte'tsd; 'for die Interest aopproabes to the tragic, jkndaa thie; eituiitions have tie 'rrdicli oueuess af farce. But that is bnilynn. afl'aFirtof -nl,}c!Lc1Zitti ( olonei Nreillle(Mrý, Vnndeniiotfii L'ed lu husband. itfd:. (ja oline 1arii~rlii x · Charles) "3f a jp:etdo wrLf jir~ ; cvfte; tMrs: tVntrnr)·i Ijad *jrreviouy (f`,: A\· bt present itharrit5n`be'q awtitvicfer'Is it r rt lire, and morne on- Ldns (Mr( r.Yo&i5, the eolonel rlevel: bivsn'` hetn: j t1 tha,'ircarcacnstae. .L-awuis { it jj o : up Oas . ant o~tJhhn',: :*" sj'1e rij quarrel :which tbre ateufs oli occaszuo.i clu Irs: N yi?, t teralftied or I ethins_1 fe,ý (laying to dwc:osel he tru th t)ii eru b lnit ýmanke's: is a confidant 0 fbtSIf k 121a44r· (1f1 Andteraoni) df' IaebaIf idebi e arise Ui ))Oit mcntS...

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The Legislative Council. FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

t t he Leeislative Council.. The Council zitet this day pur.nint toi SndJourimelnt, for the further consideration of the Crown ,.Lands O..chliation Bill.j Present; the Governor, the Comnmander of the forces, the Bishop, the. Attorney-. General, the Colonial Secretary, the Col d lector of- Customs, the Aulitor-General, SMfr.Jones, l r..B1:rry, Mr. Blaxliad, MIr. M':Irthur, Sir. J. Jamison, and Captain Hing. The Governor moved the order of the t day. Colonel Gibbet proposed a new clause to be inserted between the 5th and 7th clauses of the Bill as it now stood, to thie fh Fllowing effect :-" And be it further en t acted, that any superintendent, overseer, manager, or hired servant, resident or em s ployed on any establishm.ent beyond the boundaries of location ; who.shall be con victed before any Justice or Justices of the Peace, of any offence or offences, the pu. nishment for whirch, if such offence t?'re committed by a lessee, would be the loss e or deprivation of his ot' her licen...

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VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR THESE COLONIES. As per Hardy's and other Lists, up to 4th December, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR TIMISE COLONIES, As per Hardy's and other Lists, up to 4th December, 1838. .4one dud llary, 250, 1Vil.nn, for Sydney--Masson agent- clealed outwards wit h carso 26th Nov. Ann, 650, lMurray, for Sydney, Decuather 15 a?saston nt?tnt. Antlwra Pacetl, :100, SM'Knight, for Sydney. .4tIo lini, .1o0. Rotgerr, for H..hart, 5?h i)ctobtr. A',gyle, 579, (iatrnby, for Sydney, 10th Dectlnber LI'hhltln agtent-hounty emit?ir:ntts-clen ted nut swards with .catint 25th Novetmber-salhld from . :ravesend the 30th Norember, was to sail front Plymtouth 1Oths Decetmber. .4ugu.rtus C('e?sr, 500. I.lcy. for Sydnety, 3d October -Gordon nuoent--etluannts. Achilles, Veale, for Sydney, lit December-Deiitt avent. Brilliant, 428, Gilkeson, for Sydney, 25th November Dltuglas agent. luceinh'ramntire, 10168, Mn're, forr Soith Australia, 30th Noveb her- Lachlanagettt-cleared outwat ds 3d Decembter. C/Lseiot, 251, Nichtols, for Hobart-cleared outwards with cargto 12th October. Christiana, Bell,...

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Police News. FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

.Police' News...":. ... FaRIDAy, MARCH 15Tir. . > Ward, a free mani, . and Sampson pti soner, assigned to .. and in charge of his master's water-cairt,apnpeared :t the bar. Iuspector.Ryati deposetl, Uthat he saw' the two prisoners o:??the Race Course, near the wat'er-woks, .tossing ?ut for half-pence. The Bench asked for ano. ther witness. Ryan said no: one saw. it hut himself, althliough a constable. wva within a few paes. ..The- prisoners both ,denied theb charge', bt't 'their manner imL plied guilt 'Tlie free man was bound over to keep, the' ppeee;'-and- the .convict wa,"' sentenced' to flftf"h1dies.(. (A , ere senL tence, seeing that- 'wateriwen: . tdli ?d to. wait hours upon hours at the water-works. and to toss ult with a friend for a pot of beer, does not merit fifty lashes.) George Hanson, publican, keeping the sign of the Rum Puncheon, tit the Queen's 'Wharf, Was charged with gan,blirig in his licensed house.'(playing cards) about five in the afternoon of the 2trid u't. ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. 'FTur Tail,'rTaR.-On Friday nighi the French " Comedians" 'lately arrived from India m'tade their debut on the Sydney 'Stange. The, iveather was dreadful. First, the wiuid wiva sithilar to the' heat of an oven, until just about. the hour when the doors were opened, a breeze, from the south-east enveloped. the .town in .dust. Every bpdy expected that, the. ldess boDes' would be deserted, and' that even tri'e oni mon .people would not braie'the dust ito iill the pit. 'Io:'the nstonishmenlt of eveiy one, the house wais full'in every part; and thie.boxes aid pit absolutely crowded. The expectations whici we had formed'from the performane.e of so small a number of persons, were su'rpassed by. the general: re. sulb, and the continuous applause from,al. parts of the house .proved, that the aiidi. ence appreciated the merits of the per Lormers. The .first part of the eveni'ng' entertainment was at Vaudeville, bp' the celebrated "Scribe;" it his been adopted into th'e Englis...

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MERCANTILE ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN THE SYDNEY MONITOR OFFICE AND THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

.MERCANTILE ARRANGEMENTS rETWEEIN TIHE SIDNVEY IMONITOR OFFICE .kD THE PUBLIC. The " Sydney Monitor" is published at 6 o'elock ererq Nonday., )T'edersday, and Friday mornings, at the Office in George-street Letters not pot.-paid will not be rereived Subscriers not receiing their papers regultarly are re questett to apply for. redress at the Mlonitor Offce George-street. N'o nerbal messages rest to thle Monitor Offle, can be attended to. The price of the Sydney Mfonitor is Isa. Od. a quarter, but.if paid in town at the end of each quarter, lns. But the price to Coisntry Subscribers, on account of the ex pense of forwarding their papers, and employing agents, is 12s. 6d. per quarter, without abatement, payable half. yearly. The quarters end the 91sl March, 31)th Jire, sqth September, and alst December, res jectieely. All resignations must be accompanied by paymedt of arrears and of the current quarter. Orders to discontinue adoertisements must be sent id 't/' 'Monitor Qfice befure 6 o...

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Marian, A TRUE AND PATHETIC STORY. "Farewell ! thou cans't not teach me to forget." SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

- A TRUE AND:PA1'HETI STORY.: ", FareaWe I! thou coam't not teach me to forget. " SnitursAam. The following narrative. fort'as ,art of the checquered life of the relater, upon whose mind, it will readily be believed; it has left a deep and lasting impres.ion. :I was surgeon on board a brig in His Majes tv's Packet service, wben the circunfstances which introduced are to the heroine of the tale occurred.. According to the ship's reckoning, .we were about. half across the ,Bay of Biscay when the wind.blew a per fect hurricane, and notea stitch of sail could be carried.: Ever and .anon the thundler iolled in peals of awful grandeur, and the vivid flashes of lightning only made the pitchy darkness to be visible and .elt. The bosom of the restless deep heaved tumnul. tuously, alid its foaming waves seemed but the writhing of its rage and pain. "They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business in the great waters ; these see the ivorks of the Lord, and his wonders in the deep." Thi...

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Nearly Finished Loading. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

Nearly Finished Loading. G,lrnbevie, for London-MonL tfloro & Co., agents, oth instant. Snlq.rntna, for Londrn-A. fl. Spaik & W. CArter, agnats Perseverance. for L.Iverpool-ttgater, agent. Columbifan,, for Liverpool- A~phit-i1 & Co., aetaue.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

EXTRAORDINARiY PFDESTRIAN FAAT. Harriss, the pedestrian, completed his un paralleled undertaking of walking 1,750 miles in 1,000 successive hours, being one mile and three quarters each hour, at ,wenty, five minutes plast twelve last night, when he received the warmest congratula tions of his numerous friends who had gone from town to witness the termination of this astonishing match. Harriss's feet are very much blistered, and he has suffered at intervals considerable pain in his limbs (particularly during the last week) from the continually drencling storms of rain to which he was exposed. 1-larriss sn)s that when. he. underlook the- wager he was fully pru?pared to meet with a good deal of wet and inclement weather, froio the. period of the year,. but the variableness and severity of the atmosphere to which he has been subjected have far outstripped his calculatiun. lie looks, for?wardl with great anxiety to the next six or sev.en days becausehe has alwjqys found, from four teen y...

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KNIGHT'S ILLUMINATED PRINTS AND MAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

KNIGHT'S ILrEUMIt.ATJIoEDPRIN 'S .AND MAPY: : Mr Charles Knight -has put forth the commencement of two serial publications of Illunmineted Prints ancd Iluminatedlfps, producedl by a new process of ".surface printinting in colours" applied to wood engravings and typography. for which he has taken out a patent. It. differs from iBVxter's print:ng in oil coloursJrom .tvood. blocks, in. this (as appears, to'us from a comparison, of. the specimens of, the two methods), that in Knighlit's process the colours are superaddeil to the ordinary im pression in black ink, wh:'reas in B-xter's the. separate, pat is of the cngravinor - art printed in their respective colours without iny black. ink. ' Kniglt's Illumiriated prints are, in ftet, ordinary wood-cuts, coloured afterwards by printing instead of jliand ; -Baxter's: are wooidcuts printed -with co!ours. The i'lvrntnages of'facility" and cheapness are, in favour of Knight's plan; but IBater's produces greater rich ne s and homogeneousness of...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. Saturday morring 16th instaint, the brigantine Marian Watson.' 116 tons, Captain Ayerst, from Hobart 9th instant. Passengers, Mrs. Wilson, Mr, Tomkins from Swan River via Hobart Town. Same day, the barque Aliquis, 671 tons, Captain Geli from Cork ,7th December, 295 Government shipped Emigrants. J. W. Bowler, Esq., Surgeon, R. N. Superintendent.- Gilchrist & Alexaner, agents. Yesterday, the bark Juliet, 444 tons, Captain Parker, from London via Hobart Town. left the former port on the 22nd Oct., and the latter on the 9th in.tant, with merchandise. Passengers--D. Fotheringham, Fsq, Mrs Harper, Mr Wildridge, Mr Rae, Mr. Solomons,Mrs Solomons and child.   Mrs Shribbs, and Mrs Roger. From Hobart- R. Anderson Esq and -- Mclntyre, Esq Steerage,   Mr and Mrs Clarke, J. Beacol, Godwin, Mrs Johnstone, J. Browne. W. Tyan, and Mrs Cooper. Yesterday, the brig Grecian, 212 tons, Captain Richards, from Batavia, 23rd December. with m...

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VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. March 16-T-'he barque Alfred, Captain Flint. for Lolndon. Palssengers. Mr. & Alrs; Lockeyer, two children, Miss Luckcver, and Survnnt. Mis. Kenltish, three children and Servant. Captain & Mrs. Lewi. & Servant. Mrs. Ferguison & three children. Miss Dutton. Stcerage, Mr. & Mlrs. lsancson. March 16-3Margaret 12it, Captain D. Cofnil, for the filshry.

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Before Chief Justice Sir J. Dowling and a Special Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839

:Before Chief Justice Sir J. Dowling and a Special Jury. -"Camphell v. Hughes.-This was an ac -timn to recover damnages for a breach of ci .ntract; the danmaes were laid at £10 000 'he plaintiffs in this case were Messrs.Camnpbell Junr. and Walker, and *the defendant lir. John Terry Hughes. rThe Attorney-General stated the case to "the Jury, nd cd.clled their attention-to the. well linewn love of litigation which cha racteried t-.e defeudant. This'ccase had .been for some time pendidig in Equity, tjul ithe Equity Judge, .Mr.,Justice Willis, had -dlsmilsed it, becauee a. Court of Equity would take no cngnizance of.a case'where .damages tmighllbe proceeded for in a Court of Co oanon L,:tw.: Ase-r back as the year S.1836, .the -defendant Thadl.made over to. the -plaintiffs ax large quantity -f sheelp, horned -.cattle; and right of the stations on whicl' thyv were depasturing,. for which tlhe su ni -Y .5.000 was. to be paid by tltd"jplaintiff in.insiat-knents at thre*, six, and nine: 'm...

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