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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

,%bipptngq .ntUligcnce. ARRIVALS., Yesterday, the cutter Faster Fpane, Jackson, mas ter, (row ntloretua Bay, with prisoucrs, troops, a4 stores. TuesDAY Ntoirr, 11 o'CLOcK-A vessel was signalised to the Southward aill day. At go'Clock P.M., she conamenced firiog signal guns, which continue up to this hour. Mr. Jeffery put of it half.past eight o'clock, but has not yet returned. On account of the continued firing, Capt Nicholaaa hasalso gone off, taking with hims blue lights &c. is order to signal the ship. We are just goingto preo, but will give a report of her if passible., Great anxiety prevails to ascertain what thecauseoffdring may be. Twen.va o'Ctocs.-Captain Nicholson and itr. Jeffery have returned from the Heads, afier search. ing in vain for the ship, the only intelligence they in Ing is, that a pilot boarded bhr at three:o'Clock 'yesterday afternoon and remained an board, since svwhichatime the firing cosmenced.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

Mr. Henry Lawler has been appointed Pilot, in the place of Mr. Parker, who has resigned. Government with a Isudable humanity la despatched thec cutter P'rince George ,after the. long-boat of the Dematreih. Captkin Dawsono acted too much oin the advice, of Captain Pritchard. It was hisa slity-to his unhappy owner, his wife and children, to have gone to New Zea land, and then to Norfolk Island, and posittvely ascertain the fate of the onforusate people. Capstain Dawasoi. as M~r. Street's own commander;alshuld not have come into this port, until lhe had satisfied himself, and every other seaman, that the boat was lost. The James Laing is transhipping her cargo for Port Phillip, into the brig Louisa, which vessel is nearly ready. for ssa. The James Laing will afterwards proceed to China. The Miaerve, whioe beating down the harbour yesterday afternoon, ran athwart the James Laing, in consequence of which she was compelled to bring to an anchor, but without rcelving any serious accident. ...

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Parramatta Police. Before C. Forbes, Esq., sitting Magistrate—and Dr. Foster. SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

Parramatta Police. Before C. Forbes, Esq., sitting Magistrate and Dr. Foster. SATURDAY, MARCH 22. Mr Mark Hillas, a large town land proprietor ap peared, and presented to the bench a memorial signed by upwards of twenty householders, praying, that a license might be granted for his slaughter-house near the banks of the Parramatta River, and con tiguous to a constantly flowing spring. This slaughter house had been previously occupied by Mr New during three years, when the late Rev. S. Marsden complained of it, he being about to build about a mile off on the opposite land. Mr Marsden's com plaint being attended to, the place had been a dead loss to the proprietor, he having made every requisite preparation, such as yards, &c., &c. Mr Hillas was opposed by Mr. Solicitor Armitastead,who is a tenant at will of Mr Drinkwater's, also by Mr Lennox, a tenant of the same person. Both reside about six hundred yards from the building in question. The Police Magistrate being as y...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

MARRIAGE. On Thursday last, by special license at the Church of St. Lawrence, Sydney, by the Rev. Mr, Dickens. William Brinkley, to Harriett, widow of the late William Hodges, of the Printer's Arms, King and Kent-streets. DEATH. On Sunday, the 24th Instsat, at Coombing, Bathurst,' the infant daughter of'Thos. Icely Esq.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. PARRAMATTA, MARCH 25TH, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. PARRAMATTA, MARCH 25th, 1839. Sir.-Our late Governor Sir Richard Bourke, said he would recommend his successor to purchase from the proprietress the mill dam now across the Parra matta River, and there establish a permanent one, and thereby lead fresh water nearly to the extremity of the town, which might be accomoplished at what I may say (comparing the benefit it would be to the Parramatta people) a triffling expense, say £2 500, a considerable portion of, which I think the inhabi tants would raise among them for so useful a pur pose. It was suggested, some time back, that it would be beneficial to the town if the river was made navigable for the steamers and other vessels up to the bridge, but looking at the vast expense which would accrue in accomplishing that under taking on the one hand, and on the other at the very little inconvenience the people experience in sending their luggage and walkang or riding them selve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

Shops in George Street. -'O BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY 3. T. W1SON, Qs0the Pto es, Gorge-atreet, Spnthls,'nTiUES DAY the 2nd 'day of April next, at Eleven o'Clock precisely, T HE unexpired LEASE of 6, years, from the dstof'May'next, of two SHOPS,sifited ON THIti BRICKPIELD HILTL, anti having a back entrance from Goulnurn-street, and a Never-failing WTell of Good Water. 'The Shops are now Let to respectable Tenants, One at A RENTAL OF £&5 PER ANNUM, and the other at Forty-one Pounds Twelve Shil uings, rmtaking i convenient and Compact Rent Roll of £106 12s. per annum-a small Ground Rent only is rpayable upon the two Houses. The Auctioneer in calling attention to this property purposely avoids pointing out the' numerous advantages-suffice it therefore to say. that to Speculators. Guardians, or Capitalists, It offerathe funeat'pessible opportunity for investment. Conditions and Terms at Sale. Property-C'umberland Street. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, .BY 1 T. W11SON On the Ground, on TUES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

Lands, Houses, Sheep, &c. EMIGRANTS, Capitalists, and others, are re minded that the undersigned has always for Sale and to Let, Horuses and LANDS in and about Sydney. Allotments itn the several Town ships, and FARMs more or less improved in various purts of the ColoDy... ALSO FnR SALE, Orders to select land Sheep. TAe following, if disposed of immediately, willhe sold very cheap. 3,500 Acres Land and improvements,, near Maitland 200 Acres on Liverpool Road I allotment in Melbourne And 18 choice allotments In Berrima, Goulburn, and Yass,particularly described in the"' Monitor" of the 18th inst. N. B.-Money procured and lent on Mortgage in large and small sums. Bank and Insurance Shares bought and sold on Cezximlaslon. l:?Emigrants, upon their arrival, are assisted to provide themselves with Houses, &a., and every information tending to the satisfaction of their wants is gratuitously imparted. W. BARTON, Mon6y Broker, and Estate Agent.. BALES BT AVOIOWO Which will tak...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Mr Jones, M.C., with digressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

SYDi EY MONITOR $ COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MOItNNIN. MARCH 27, 1839. Nothing aedlenuate, nor ought set dsown in matice. SAXEiSPEA5R. MVTr Jones, 1M.C., with digressions. Mr. Jones is reported to have used -the following ezpression in Council the last'tim? it assembled: It had been suggested to redaee the salaries of certain public oficers; this should not be; whatever tlarea sala ries were, and however useless the offices for which they were given, they must nevertheless he paiid until at least the term of the first appointment should have expired. These parties would he oppressed, if such a course were adopted; they had bargained on certain conditions; they were entitled to them, and they must be flfillied. If re trenchment were necessary, let the plain and proper course be adopted, of suspending for a while all those government works which are not indispensable., Mr. Jones is one of those singular Tories, who do not hesitate to adopt a good measure, even if it be scouted by...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sza-I have seen in the Sydney Gazette of this morning some aspersions against me as connected with the melancholy loss of the barque Despatch. I am upbraided either with inhumanity, or other wise, not exercising sufficient reason or judgment within myself as to the difflerent sets of the tides, &c,, by which the wretched survivors were left to the mero] of the elements. That such accusatious are groundless I can fearlessly refer to' Coptain Pritchard and every other person on board. The fol lowing is an extract from my log:-"' On the 16th March 1889. at 8 p. im. picked up a boat and found it to be the jolly boat of the bark Despatch, with Captain Pritchard and part of the survivors of that unfortunate vessel. After ascertaining from Captain Pritchard the bearing in which. it was supposed the two boats of the Despatch parted company, I immediately wore ship in the direction where it was thought we might fall in wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

Advertisements sent to this Onice, must specif, on the face of them, the number of times they arto be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. For London Direct. To Sail positively on the 2nd of April, Tj\HE fine fast sailing Teak `L Ship CITY OF EDINBURGH, 366 tons per Register, T. W. P. Thompson, Commander; now completing her load. ing at Campbell's Wharf, has only room for a few bales of wool. For freight or pabsege, applp to - A. B SPARK. For London Direct. THE Fine New Fast Silling 1 Barque. Duchess of Kentj 342 tons register. R. H. Newby Commander, P. P. B. S., The-greater part of her Cargo behig engaged, she will have quick despatch. For freight or passage, apply to HUGHES & THOSKING, Msrc~h 22, 1639. Albion Wharf. For Calcutta Direct, THE fine fast sailing SHIP 1 Aliquis, G71 tons burthen. For Freight or Passage pplyltoCapt. Ga.Lon board; tosail in about fourteen days. For 'Freight or Charter, e [HE fine first-class SHIP Juliet1 ...

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Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

Finished Loading and readyfor Sep. Alexander Henry, forSouth Seas-outea-Captoin agWes, Saxnnffa, fnr London,A. B. Spark & O, W. Catt&&SeUt Achifles, for South Seas-Duke & Co., agene

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. Arrea fro Dnowse A MA.- On Monday eaening, about seven o'clock, the steward of the Catharine Janmison, lying alonghidc Moore's, lute Long end Co's sWharf,. observed a boat containing thsee men, who appeared to be intoxicated, near the ship. Presently he heard a plunge in the water, and upon tuining his head'he-oberved one of the men' struggling in the water; apparently drdwning, sitd the other two pulling away from himn The: seward called to the men in the boat to return, aqd jave their fellow boatman, but in stead of doing ho; one of thern re.ilied, "!this is *biy' w ;'a'theother said, "I don't see him;;" and they pulled away'faster than they had done before. Thie steward immediately got anotheri lhnd and pulled off. By the time-they reached the man and took him out of the water, (a quantity of which poured from his stomach.) he was insensible. They conveyed hia on shore; and sent information. to the police.; Serjeant Prjee and two copstables came to ] the wharf; a...

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Barque "BRIGHT PLANET," March 28, 1839. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

larque " lnoatuT PLANETr,' Maech28,1839. TO- TI E EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sir,-I notice in to-day's Australian a paragrasph headed "' the Bright Planet," the object of which' is to fix upon me the charge of unnecessarilyfiringa number of guns on the night of Tuesday last, caus ing theseby great excitement in the town, and lead ing the inhabitants to believe that a vessel in distres was outside the heads. For the information of the public, I eg leave to state the simple fact, that on the night alluded to, being outside tile Heads, and being desirous to.eater the Port. without delay, I caused agun to be ired at o'clock to procure a pilot. Of this no notice was taken, and I subsequently caused some seven or eight guns to be fired, all in the course of half as hour. and (or the specific purpose above mentioned. The firing of these seven or eight guns occupied Aslf an hour; still no Pilot came, and;Illthen, namely, at half past eight, discontinued fring, s...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

10 THE DIITOR OPF T.l Sydney Moaitcr and Commercial Adoertier. Szi-Perceiving in your Jourata of Mon day last sonime remarks on the flour markets. that the prices at Darker & [Iallen's is 32s per l001bs, fhrfne, and at the other mills 85s per 100lbs; and that very little had been sold at the latter price-- beg to inform you, that our sales were never so large as at the present moment, and have further to add. that we have been offered £40 per ton for the whole of the flour we could spare for the next two months. We are, Sir, your very obedient servants. DcDns, ELx.cm'rr & AzaD. [We stated the prices at all the mills to be S4s, not being aware that Mes?s D)udds A Co. were selling at 85s.]

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

FOIL SA•L8, FAEIOQ'T, O Ct argt. , ,Grein,, for freight, or charter. ;Gilmore, for freigit or chnrterr-T. Gore & Co., agetL. Planter, for freight or clherler-Willa sand Co., agent.. Juliet, for frrigtor rcharter, W. S. Deloittc& Co., agent I-ndemnity, for frelght or charter, IV. S. Deloitte & Co,. agents •The.GCit of/ dirnobrgh, in coming into port from New, castleon T?ousday evening was placed In a perilous stin. ntilnn,, by the wind failing her when close-sndcr the South !lead. She was extricated by the pilot, and came up the harhoutr onr Wednesday. Ntves NV TOnK "L BaInT P.AN?Tu."'-Tile vessal,whcih arrieod off the Heads on Tuesday evening last, 'hbut wr unable to procure a pilot to bring-her up till the neot day, left tile Mauritius on the 31st of.anuary, with a cargof. sugar, for: Messrs. ltughes and tsokinog. When she left Port Louis tile Lade Fizhererrt was loadinug for Sydney with all dispatch, having at that period about half her cargo shipped. Tile ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

TO T?? EDrTrO?L OD TLE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sydney, Wednesday. SIR-- find that in my letter to you, which you published on Wednesday, I was mistake, inl +a3 ing that Mr Saunders had lately insured. Ile has been insured ever since he arrived in the Colony. Lately he insured goods to a small amount. but not in Genrge-street. The fire is now generally believed to have uois?en from the kitchen-chimnney of Mrs Bodetllnam, the burning soot of which at length ftlliig into the store of Mr Saunders, caused the onllagt ation. 7

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LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

LAID ON, AND SOME LOADINO. Abel Coiner, Henderson master, forLondon, fromNew rasUtler.A W. Scott. of Newcastle. agent Anrirnmceh. for Lnndo- W. S. lDelo!tte & Co.. agent Aeonn. for the South Seas--CLnpt. Cole. ownerand agent Bonray., for the Fishery-Lawson, owner and agent les1y. for Port Phillip. Fotherlngham, agent Car,,ilne, barque. lt3tons, for South Seas-Jones owner and agent Caroine, brig. for London-Walker and Co., agents City ofl Edinanrgh, for London, A. B. Spark, agent Colnist, for Livrerpool-A. B. Smith. agent Elias Franees, for the fishery-Captain Lawson agent Fume, for the South Seas--it. Jones & Co. agents. Frncis Freeding, for South Seas-Chapma ownar and agent. Illenry, for Londou--Flower agent. Harriet, for the fishery--WVeller, agent Ncrern, (not yet in port) forSouth Australla-Mr V. Solomon, agenlt. Orient, for London, Walker & Co., agents, not'yet ;in port. Part nd, for London-Walker & Co, and Gllelrlst & Co., agents DuRhess...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 26. Before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Willis, in Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

-TUSDAY, lARncn 26. Before the Ctief Justice and Mr. Justice Mrillis, in Banco. This nas the first Banco day for motions and points to be armued before the Judges, before the conclusion of the term. Nonsnits were granted in the following cases, the parties not having; proceeded in proper time when ithe cases were set down :-Wilson v. Bate, Ilyan v. Rose, Devine e. Iloyd. bir. Windeyer. in the case of Hobhs e. Dangar, nToved, that tile chief clerk of the court be ordered to re-tax the costs attending the action which had been decided during the ter rfor the pltsintiff. These costs had already been submitted to iMr. Guiner, as master, and he had disallowed many items which the defendant had actually forced on the tlaintiff. Of £15 costs incurred in opposing two applications for postponement of trial, which iappllications had both been refiused by the Court, iMr. Gurner -had disallowed £10. Two prisoners of the crown, who-e evidence was material in the cise, had been, by consent of bot...

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Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

11niAed Loading and ready for Sea. Lady Maeuaghton, for Batavia, F Mitclbell.,a500 Governor Bourke-(or South Seas, T. Stret. agent~ Loua, for Port Phblip-A. & S. Lyon; agents.

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DATES OF THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM THE UNDERMENTIONED PLACES: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 March 1839

DATES OF THE LATEST TNTELLIGENCE FROM TRI UaERMUgE-TrIONED !LACE.: ngLan 8......... Dec. a New Zealand...... Jan17 9anDlemee'sLad.Mar. 14 I South Aoustralia .... ar. S The Cape .... February s Port Phillip........ Mar. I Inldia............Sept. 27 Mauritius.... January 31!

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