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EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

EPIGRAM. ' FrienthTom,' says.Ntd,,'' .I've view'd Uiq world nround ; ?Disinterestedness 1 ije'cr have found.'* . .' v -.,'; '»,. : ' . ?' . : 'f 1 nniot,' quoth Tom,' froni your opinion-vary p ' For. I have founcHt in — :thc Dictionary.'.'' ,. '?.-.'

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TOUGH OF THE SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL. Translated from Hamlet's Soliloquy! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

A TOUGH OF THE &UBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL'. 'Translated from Hamlet's Soliloativ I' To swig, or not to swig? that is, nate' whiskey; . Whether 'tis-better in tlie throat to suffer - The parched-tongue burnings of insatiate thirstj;;.. , Or to seek to nuench them with an unmixed draucht. . Arid.by the creature, end them ? To swig— half-pints} ? ? No more-: and by that -tippling say we t-iid '^ ' - :'- ? . The cross-qualms, and the! thousand; other retchings ?-? . » ,T,ipplcis, are heirs to. — 'Tis' a satisfaction ... ? ... .. .» ? Devoutly to besought. To drink, to chalk' ?. . .^ '.. . JJorVg scores? ' Perchance not pay ; aye, there's the rub! v. Erts,: rtibbin'g off those scores what ills may come, ''. ? ? . '? . Mrlien we should -shttffth off.our reckoning-,:1-'- .: t;-. '?..-?? ,,;--, i^Iupt^give us pause. There|e the djefect ? , ? .',; ^l .» Thatniakes us dread the want, and lack of whiskey ;'..? . ;':-'. TtirWlio could dunning brar, tlie rutlc demands,.' ?' -^ . . ;?? Tlie.lo...

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GRAMMATICAL PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

'GRAMMATICAL PUZZLE. ; ' There is a word, as 1 sliall prove,' . '''. ' ' Wliicb doth letters eight 'contain,; ', Trorn it if seven you remove, ;\ .„ ; You will, still find that si's :' remain. - - ? Aniwer. ? ? VIVIFIED.1; '? , y ?? , . ' / -This word contains eight letters,' if we' select tli'er riuinernls. VIVII, anrd talse'VlI (seven) away, VI (six) rciiiaini' '

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

SHIP NEWS. * ? — '^^ ? / On Wednesday arrived the ship Marquis of Huntley, from Broken Bay. t- - A - - '- ? * Yesterday evening, the barque Leda, Captain J. Northwood, from Hobart Town.     Same day sailed the brig Haweis, Captain Dibbs. for the Isle of France. ,     ' The Regalia is anriounced positively to sail on Sunday ; tho Marquis of Iluntley arid Portland, in all probability, will lcave^ direct for England in all next month.' ' ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

kJ.ERSRS. MURR'RU, SAK.DWEI L, AN[- ' 1 .? P,RRI.vS' !l--ff U'nve to acquaint their P.icn.l, nd no Pubhc ... genernl. thai fhoy intend conu^nrZ .iMiesson lh..r.r|,1% II1(Tru.ng, nl lhHr,^fu S|...P: i,, Market lied, in the general Butchering li««. ; n.uj ll.ey in,s' |, SMdu.ty n.,,1 nttMHlon. to merit that 'sup,,,,,!; whicl ' 'wh' ' e ever their study -n deserve. Wl' ON.SALB, BY G. D. URCiWNR* ? ~~ ^TIDONIAAND POUT' \VIK\1S, AT^THE * . following low -Prices':— 1 x ' ' XV|)ONT^ ,l:ep.PiP°-'- ?'? ' ' ;^2l - 0 » Sterling. Ditto, per half pipe ? ? ? t2 O'O* ' Ditto, per 20 fialldn cask ? . . 5 0 0 PORT,' per pipe. ...'...' ? 14 - 0' 0 - ' ' ' Ditto, per Inlf pip.. ? ?..'... 8,-0 0 , ? —,-„, l!:°l ' lOr so-ffo'oii cask ...tVi. 3 10 0 ' ON sale' at 'c.~wi lro N\s7r2 1 ,~ t'k7TTuTf\ .\ , STREET, Sytlnoy^' -''X H»ir Kro'nms nn-l lmir hriisliesj boVTr locks 'of sorts, imnk di»' plasterers', paint, furniture, Shingle nn-l Imtlpn nails, 3 '£ J scrubbing nnd sliaying ditto, 5, nnd six inch -.i,i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—(DEC. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. — rt-EC. 14.) By far the greater proportion of to day's supply in the corn trane, .consisted of new wheat, which generally obtained a trifting'advancc on the terms' of last 'week.'* 'Qld grain, which lias been kept back bv speculators, was brdueht into market. but its condition being- extremely ' bad, on 'account of weavel and other causes, it was offered as low as' '4s. per bushel, thia description was rejected by niealhien. Maize', is brisk in sale, and from the demand this day, an eaily rise 'may be expected. Barley is in request. Flour is-ls. per cwt.' cheaper. ;'f 20 - - - sold at per Bush. ^£0 , 6 ''8 72 - - , , - ??-.-- o 6,0 . . 103 - , . ' ; - ' ,,, ..C 0 . '18 6 50 -j - - - -' - 0 5, -0 4 , 30 - - - -, - -' 0 .4 0 Average Price of Wheat - ^O 5 6 Ditto of maize , -^-040 Barley ? » - - . -.' 0' 4 G Fine Flour 15a. Od. stg.p&r cwt. ' ?- - Seconds do. 13s. Od. per do, ' . Pollard, 2s. Od. per bushel ? ^*. Br/in,' Is. Gd. ditto. ?- . u ...,.s -, f- Potat...

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A CATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

A CATCH. ; '????'- Wiiy'-sd tad ?. ' There'j pleasure, snatch it.' ?'CiAJl'thatyou have got toieara '- '' '' ,' .la tlie surest way to catch it^ ? : ' . ? Since 'tis -metat'. every- turn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

We shall soon have another BOARD in existence.     We have the Land Board—the Duties Board—and all the little Boards in full play or full work, whichever way you take it; they are doing and un-   doing, acting and recommending, deliberating and deciding, and they accomplish all these things so well, so fully, ande so diligently, that the more ex-   peditiously their number is augmented, the more glibly, it is presumed, will the business of the Colony proceed. These Boards have their advantages—they   give employment to idlers, make lots of Government men, give honorary labour, confer honorary prefer- ment, and multiply demi-official Counsellors—post a     Mister Chairman, here, a Mister Vice there, and a Mem- ber of 'the Board of ———every where. It is a good       plan for diffusing our "unpaid" servants; and spawn-   ing our adherents. To ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDERS. ? .CnfcONiAii'SuoBETAitv's Office, Dec. 12, 1826. (N«-. '17) . HIS MAJESTY HAS BEEN PLEASED TO appoint Jatncs Holland, Esquire, to be Solicitor General of the Colony of' New South Wales, in the room of John Stephen, Esquire, who is appointed a Judge' of., tiic Supreme Court. _ „? tiy Command 'of Jus Excellency the Covernor; -; ??:??; Alex. M'LiiAY :''* Colonta.!* Secretary's Office, Dec. 12, 1826'. (No. 480 '''''*' ' ' * qPHE' GOVERNOR* HAS BEEN PLEASED TO JL appoint i.Tamcs 'Holland, -iEstjuifc, hi:f Majesty's Solicitor- General in this Colony, to be Cdmtnissioner of the Courts of Requests, at Sydney, Liverpool, Parratniitta', Windsor, and; Newcastle. ?'' ' ':-?... IJenry Gral tan Douglass, Esquire, will therefore resume his siluatii-n as Clerk' to the Legislative Council. . ? f~Ry Ins Excellency's Command, :'~-t-?; Alex. M«Leat. p. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. - y{l\ Coloniat. Secretary's Office, Dec. 12, 1|26; TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. jirn^n, WHEREAS A MAN NAMED WILLIAM WA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 16 December 1826

. GOVERNMENT ORDER. Cjhoniai-nSecretary's Office, Dec 15, 1826. |.\«-. 49.) I. l/S^^*1 TnE VIEW OF FACILITATING V y the prompt payment of Police Expenses, his .Excellency the Governor i3 pleased to direct, that all ot (I i nary expenses not exeeeilingfive pounds, which j-hall b-- incurred by the Police, shall be paid on the Drderof un^ two Magistrates, from the fines ami fees collected by the Clerk or tlie Court where flie said Magistrates usually net, and that mi abstract of all such disbursements,' with ac counts detailing the particulars of the s:uue, shall be siib liiitred for warrant at the end of each quarter, the JVIugis t rates hfst certifying at Ihn toot, that the several disbime lnnntx. specified therein, were neces-saiily made. 3. In all cahes where the expense is uiiusuul, or exceed ing five pounds in amount, the Magistrates will -forward .'the; ' amount for the approval of his Excellency, previously to \ payment, stating, by aceriificate annexed lo it under their h.iii ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Office, Dec. 15, 1826. (No. 41).) , . 1. WITH THE VIEW OF FACILITATING the prompt payment of Police Expenses,       his Excellency the. Governor is pleased to direct, that all ondinary expenses not exceding five pounds, which shall be incurred by the Police, shall be paid on tho order of any   two Magistrates, from the fines and fees collected by the   Clerk of the Court where the said Magistrates usually act, and that an abstract of' all such disbursements, with ac-   counts detailing the particulars of the same, shall be sub- mitted for warrant at the end of each quarter, the Magis- trates first certifying at the foot, that the several disburse-   ments, specified therein, wcre necessarily made.   2. In all cases where the expense is unusual, or exceed- ing five pounds in amount, the Magistrates will forward the amount for the approval of h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

SHIP NEWS. ' On Friday evening arrived the schooner Hunter, Cop/aii) . John Craig, from Port Dafrywple the oth inst. 'Iiadnig; 2000 bushels of wheat, -IS tons of flour, 698 kangaroo, and 14f- seal blcins. ,„.,?, Satiirdny.s.iilccl the cutter Speedwell, for Port Dalrymple. Monday the &Uip Adrian, for Batavia. ' -*-?-? 'yesterday the French, ship L' Astrolabe, resumed^her voyagc. . - _ . 7 - .. . ?-.

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SUDDS AND THOMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

SUDDS AND THOMSON. ^The following* trial of Hannah Grave, for an of fence not very dissimilar in its nature from tlfe case of the tivo soldiers, will serve to sh'eiv the' difference be tween a sentence of the Court df Quarter Sessions of New South Wales and a sentence of an English Court:— \ -Carlisle. — (Avgiist, 1S26.) — Hannah Grave, a preposses sing young female, was indicted for privately stealing in a dwel ling-house, a quantity of lace, -S»c., Hie property of Mrs. Mar garet Nicholson, of Cockennouth, in this county. It appeared that the prosccutrix kept a dressmaker's and milliner's shop in the above place, and the upper part of the house was occupied by. a person named S tod art, with whom the prisoner lived as ser vant. In consequence of articles of lace being frequently missed out of the shop, the prisoner was taxed with stealing them. Her box was searched, and a piece of lace containing several yards wns' found therein,' .which the prosecutrix recognised: to' be her pro p...

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ARTICLES FOUND IN A KITCHEN DRAWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

ARTICLES FOUND IN A. KITCHEN DRAWER, TiinRr aprons, two dusters, the face of a jii«, A dirty jack-towel, a dish-clout, and wig ; ° A foot of a stocking, three caps/ and a frill, A busk and. six tuitions; inuiise-tran. nntl n. nnill ? ? A comb and a tlinuble, with Madonna bands, A1 box of specific for chnps'in the hands; Some mace and some cloves tied up in a ing, V-A'^ernp.ty tlm-ad-paper, and hluu in a bag'; *Shoft pit'c'es of ribbon, both greasy and black, *TA3jgftter and mitnu-'g-^-thi! key of the jack ; . An inch of waxcnndle,,a sled and a lliut, A bundle of m.itclica — a^inrci'l o-fniint-, A lump of old suet, a crimp for the jinsJe, A pair of red garters., a belt for the waist ; A'rusty bent' skewer, a broken brass cock, Soino onions and tinder, and tlie elrnwer lock; . , - A bag for the pudding, a w/ietslotiu and string, ? A penny cross-bun and a new curtain lingj ? A, print for the' butter, n dirty cliciuue, ' - '' Two' pieces of soap and a large slice ef clierse; ?Five tea-s...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

. fine r-ve- ~~r: r — ' A BOUT .ONE -HUNDRED .YOUNG, AND -f:a- fine woolled-Ewes are, for sale, on application tu Mr. PritchetL ':T : KOTICE TO BUTCllEKS. '' FLQR SALE, AND MAY BE VIEWED AT Iirrt LTNG COTTAGE,' Bring-Wly, 'Two Bondi-iA FATWETIIEU, SHEEP. ' ? ^ / T^OR SALE BYr MR...T11OMAS liOvyii, AT -'- Glen lee, Amis, a/, considerable quantity of ex cellent Tobacco in leaf, and .put up in the manner of negro head, rcniiirkably well cured.' j This tobacco was raised nu Olenlcefnrm two years ago; at the tinie ivlien the' growing df ia'. baccoin the Colony received its, death blow',- by tlie reducdim of t lie duty, and consequent iiVipn-^a(ion 'of. inmicnse qitauiitic* of foreigu manufactured tobacco^, and bas.'becn unsaleable itintil «ow- '. ? % $&£/-' _ ? N. B.— Stems for making tobacco witerCd. perTb. ' ' ' -?? Grass seeds grown on the farm ; viz. (warranted to grow) ' - Clover seed at «ls. sterling per 16. **' ^t,j, - , , Rib grass at 3s. ditto Burnett at 3s. Cd. ditto. ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Col©xia£ SBCftKTARy^K.-. Office, Dkc. '19, 1826.. 'SALE OP i:EKCf$E WOOL. ^-?O BE SOLD BY AUCTION, AT 'PAK^ - RAjMATTA, on Friday the 2f-th instant tft ttvelvetfclock. ? .. 10.500 lbs. of Clean Wool, 700 lbs. of Unwashed ditto, which may be inspected on application toRIr. Aird, theSuperin tcndene. mi Parraniatta, any time previous to t?ie sale.' By Command of his Excellency the Governor,' '' _ w Ai.bx. M'Leay, ? Cor oni ai. Secretary's Office, Dec. 19, 1S26. HIS RX.C12f,LENCir THE GOVERNOR HAS 'been pleased to approve of the following- altera tions and appointments in the Police of the Colony :— - - . , In the town of Sydney — to be constables,. Peter Calla -R-hau from -the 8th tilt'. ; Wil'iam Small from, tire 29th ult: ; mid John CnrTe from the 15th insf. Resigned.— Michael Downing from the 9th ult. - ? r Dismissed— John Pearee and Thomas Salmon for drun kenness on the lsth iiift. At Grofie F«rm — James Sap pey' to he constable, vice John Matter, per tord Eldon...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. (From the Colonial Times of Dec. 1. ) it appears by the accounts lately receivt-n, cnat me ai fairs of these colonies have been brought under the consi deration of the Hritish Parliament, through the medium of General Sir Thomas Brisbane, aud Majo r Goulburn. Both' these omcers always expresseo tnemseives ns; wen pieasea, with those sentiments of the Colonists, which actuated a' demand for the alteration of Colonial Laws- hut mpre..es-i pecially for the privelep'e of Trial by Jury, tlmt-,boaat, of every true-hearted Briton. And it is with 'pleasure we state, that they appear to have fulfilled the promise made by them, that they would lay the wishes of this distant peo ple before bis Majesty's Ministers, and not only this, but' also they have endeavoured by their exertions and interest, to pi ess the subject so far as possible on the attention of the Home Government. A new Act is inactive prepara tion for the better administration of justice within those colon...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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JOURNAL OF AN EXCURSION TO BRISBANE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

JOURNAL OF AN EXCURSION TO BRIS- BANE WATER.     Sunday 8 o'clock A. M. started from the King's Wharf in a waterman's boat, for Manly Beach, the head of the North Harbour of Port Jackson, servant carrying , two or three small bundles, containing cold ham and tongue, bread and   cheese, a couple of bottles of Cognac, with change of linen, &c. landed and began our march, with coats across our arms, for the South Head of Broken Bay through the bush. After rather a difficult path of two miles we found by the roar of the surf that we were near the coast; when the trees getting thinner, all of a sudden we found ourselves on a fine sandy beach, called Cabbage Tree Beach, with a lagoon at the north end of it, running out with great rapidity into the sea. Here we were obliged to take off our shoes and stockings and walk across the water up a little higher than our knees. The head land jutting out too far into the sea, we were compelled to climb ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, DECEMBER 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 20 December 1826

THE AUSTRALIAN. SYDNEY, DECEMBER, 20, 1826. We regret exceedingly to have to announce to our Readers, that Commodore Sir James Brisbane is no more. He expired yesterday morning, about ten     o'clock. A deep gloom pervades the Warspite — Officers and Crew alike, deplore the serious loss, which they have sustained by the death of their Commander.   The following Government Order, with reference to this melancholy event, spares us the task of indulging in those expressions of regret, which we cannot help experiencing on the occasion. Sir James Brisbane was a good Officer and a   worthy man. The Colony has lost a friend — has lost one who would not have failed to have added to its celebrity, wherever he might have voyaged. In England, his opinions, and his ex- pressions of admiration, would not have been useless. The Govern- ment Order feelingly, pourtrays the loss which The.Service has sustained, and is extremely creditable to those from whom it ...

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TO THE MEMORY COMMODORE SIR JAMES BRISBANE, C. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 23 December 1826

T O T HE M E M O R Y COMMODORE SIR JAMES BRISBANE. C. B. Heard yo, those sounds of u-oe, t'uat sadly break . The silenco of the 'multitudes who weep * A ?Hero's death i That silence doth bespeak An' Km pile's sorrow --solemn, still.' and (Icon. Oh ! Us not funeral pimp— the, minute gnu — The inufilud drum — the swelling dirge- -the throng Of waving plumes-— the marching in array Of warriors, or cii-iliuus— cim disj-lay The genuine grief, that aoli-ly doth belong-, To such whose gloiicuis course loo soon, iilits! is run. Grief for the bruve, the good— and in his sphere' The ruler itnd the. friend ;---Bit isisaNi-, the pride, The boast of liriti*-h .?it-nmun ; — name iillii'd To houour-'-known to science— to Australia dear. Such gallant spirit !? is the grief for thec, Felt in this slrnhger Inndj by bond, by Tree. Nor ye, whusu sacrc-d sorrow, l-- inviiiie wetc pain \ JJeem not that less, thu pitying tear is shed Foryuii. that inoiirii (hi*, iiiirulurning ileail. In higher renhtis his...

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