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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To amend the letter of " Humilis Parvis, &e." wo+ild relquire too much time and room to Insert. But if he wilt senld usa letter containing facts only-anld the more of these the better-they shall all " go in."-Leaving the editorial duty to us, and himself making no reflections on surveyors, but merely stating facts as to their doigs or oan doings, he shall receive our zealous attention and support-not otherwise. The note from " Reaqoner" contains a subject treated - upon in too frivolous a manner to meet with publication. We cannot waste time on triflers with high and important subjects. A Supplement is published with this day's No.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c.—TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

GCilccrttp Pete arologtFcaa Q~ablc. VARIATIONS 'O!F TiRRll.IOMITBR, &c. &C.-TAKP.N AT 9 IN TIE. MOIRNING. 12 AT NOON. AN) 6 IN THE Ev HNINO RKSPrICTI' FLY. WV.DNe SI)AY. 1761 6lO SW WVindy .15(;6161 SW ClondLu - RnlFDA1... ' ,471f1 NE CI .r S4Tua.mr NE ditto SUinDAV...........2151 6O S SE Cloudy ..ON............2257 641"0 SE ditto. 'Tuso.Dv...2: ';( fi613 NE Clear Mean Temp. 62=.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Guiana and JuR,. for the Sperm Fishery,. this day : Letilia, for the Friendly. Is:es, Camdeln, for the Enstern Isles, John Pirie, for South: Australia, Sherne, for the Bay of Ishlnds. We are sort y to hIe;ru that the schonner Tarree helotging to Slr. Girard, and emll,,tved in the cvd.lr trade, has gone a-hare at the lil Rliver, and it is pgated will be lost. At the commencement of the southerly squall on Saturday, a sloall bhodt helotuulnm to Mr. Cooper, 'the Comiptioller ot Clustonms, cap.lzed in.Darlinm Hat' hour, and itsunediately sunk. The only mlan in her was rescued froni his perilons situationl, by a hosat which put off to his assintance. Several .accidents occurred on Sunday. but foltunately without lots ot life. The accounts dally received from the Quarantine station still continue ot a very untfavourallte nature. Upwards of 70 peg.ons,are I!is? sick in the hospital quarters, and deaths are too frequent.. The tnaster of thei. I'lli/am lfoger i+ still l...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Odds and Ends. - (oY A MERRY CORRESPONUDET.] ItAuGIl AND GROW VAT.-MeSI' S Foster ant Windeyer, who generally 'run in cut ticle oiler' to gether, that is, they are generally employed upoa the salme side, were separated, for once in a way, in a case whereupon a. motion was made by one; and opposed by the other, with epual obstinacy anti skill on Saturday last. Mr. W. for thelledfendants, could not possibly perceive the grounds upon which his learned friend opposed him, for his clients though they were the defendants in the case, ought to have been the plaintiffs, bht they were forestalled, and (with enereased energy, thl ca'e becoming desperate,) they 'would' be the plaintiffs in the next case on the termination of this. Here Mr. Foster began to laugh, and Mr. Windeyer, no longer able to keep up the farce, laughed. too observing-"' Mr. Foster laughs, your Honors, but mly learned friend, in a formler case, be tween the same parties, was with mie. and laughed for me; now lie is on the ...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

English Extracts* We regret to say that there has been a very general failure of arpple blossom in somr.e of the best cider parishes in tfLi neighbourhood .(Exeter). The orclhards havs been infested by a caterpillar about half an inch in length, light green -sides. dark..green back, and of a .wost prolilic and destructive char:acter. Mrvrinds ot these insec:ts have been found on every tree in the districts where they have made their appearance, and tripped tlhem, not only of their blossom, but every leaf. The trees are without a leaf, and have these destructive insects swinging fron them by a sort of web in numberless festoons, and the mischief is, that where they have made thier appearence they have not only des troyed the prospe -t of a crop for the present Sear but the year followmng; !eaf, blossosom. and bud have all disappeured, before thuem. "- eslern Tanes. SEa'Ius CASE ('P titI'ZZt.titi:'rT BY A CAsniIa --A case of embezzlement came to-light yes e, lay (Friday), which has ex...

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MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER [?]DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1838. [?]tenate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE Important Letters. [?] A LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) [?]ary for the persusal of all Colo-[?]. whether Whig or Tory, who [?]e a change in the Legislative of Colony. London, May 15, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

MONITOR , COIMMERCIAL ADVERTISER DAY DMORNIN, OCTOBER 24, 1838. enuate, or aught set doon in farlice.-SnAEE* n -o0- Important Letters. IeA LONDJN C?RRESPONDENT.) ? ry for the perusal of all Colo 0 . whether Whig or Tory, who e a change in the Legislature of Colony. i London, May 15, 1838. tuller has written to, the President al ssociation, of date the 21st April, g a co;py of his original plan of co overnment, submitted to Lord and a copy of his letter to Lord b upon the disappointment respect I'lan. These were left by Mr. ith his father to 'forward to you. e s e he ihas forwarded them, but c ell by what ship. I will try and to forward duplicates by this op t , Mr. Buller, senior, is rather a aller sailed for Canada on the 25th ad his letter of the 21st was in fact lid until the night before. He y much pressed for time,. and was obliged to leave your affairs in b a unsatisfactory state. He did not the care of your interests in Plar ito any gentleman, nor h ad he time it any gen:lema...

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Queen Victoria. (The origin of the Queen's partiality towards Mr. Elphinstone, now in India, will be seen in the following narrative.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Queen Victoria. (The origin of the Qteetn's partiality towards Mr. Elphinstone, now in India, will be seen in the following narrative.) Tn?: PaxRIEss CARjoTTRr's ESCAPE FROM WVARWICK HOUBE.-In the summer of 1814. an incident occurred of an extra ordinaty nature, and by which the whole interest of the last year's controversy was suddenly revived. The Princess Char lotte, wearied out by a series of. acts, all proceeding from the spirit of petty tyrra ny, and each more vexatious than another, though none of them very important in itself, was in that state of.irritation, which such treatment- is fitted to excite in one of her age, station, and temper, when a sudden order to change her chief attend ants filled up the measure- of vexation, and passed her powers of endurance. On a fine evening in July, about the hour of seven, when the streets are deserted by all persons of condition, she rushed out of her residence in \Varw'ick House, unittended; hastily crosseil Cocksliur Street ; flung ...

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MILITARY EXPENSES IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

II1LITARY EXPENSES IN THE COLONIES. (From the Spectator.) We annex an abstract of the parliamen tary paper :lately laid on .the table of the House of Commons,. which shows the amount, of money disbtirsed:by the com missariat department in our colonies; and it will soon be matter for serious conside ration,.howlong these large. establishments are to be kept up in the colonies, as appears from the .ldaily proceedings,- more for sinister purposes, than for the protection of the.colonies againgtaon enemy. Holland and France: had all the inhab'ii ,tnnia ,in their'colonies ;eoxolled as so:dier.s; I and as the colonists were satisfied witb their rulers, a very small military establi-h ment was necessary in time of peace. N,:t so the English colonies ; and hence The enormous establlishmeat pa:d by Englalnd over and above the heavy taxation paid by each colony. With a decreasing revenue and increasing expenditure, when, will the House'of Com Inons.do their duty and inquire into these matters...

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Convict Discipline. Report of our Paid Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Convict Discipline. Report of our Paid Police Magistrate. We perfectly agree with one of our Contempora- ries (Herald) that the Reports of our paid Magis trates should be considered by the Governor as ex parte statements, upon which as much but no more, attention should be paid, than what expe rienced Judges and a sensible Jury, pay to the speech of a hired Counsel before they have heard t'other-side. Counsel are gentlemen. But if by the word Gentlemen, is meant, adherence to truth, can dour, and justice, then our British Pleaders are by no means gentlemen, for in their addresses and ex aminations of witnesses, they make use of rude sub terfuges, misrepresentations and calumnies, knowing them to be such, to get a verdict for their clients. This species of inequity is not only winked at by the practice of British Courts, and by the British public, but the more base the lies uttered by a Counsel in support of his client, the more he is ap plauded, and the more will customers run after...

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HINT TO OUR GOVERNOR AND BISHOP [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

ItN r .TO OUR GOSVERNORt AND BISHOP 'fita NATIONAL SYSTa? -or FaUCLTIo.?x.-''I. e Bishop of Exeter takes coisrfort to hims.elf for the, scornful way in which his resolutions against the national systemn'of educaton : were scnuted, in the declaration of the Duke of WVellington, that " as a system of j-inlt education it had decidedly failed." The fact is not so, as .uni~ersally as his loudship, with his strn,Pg .pepoNssesions against the -system. might cbn cientiouily desire; for in many places it has succeeded well; and everywhcle it is making a manifest progress in the good opinion of all deno minations of tlie rish people. But it-ismost true that the system has not succeeded generally, as the commissioners and the public had aright to expect that itit.would; for the schools are not attended by Protestant children as numerously sis they might. But can this result he justly termed a decided failure of the, system? Clearly not.: Htd:u fair t.ial, indeed beenyllowed. it might be deemed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

FOR LONDON DIRECT. . A REGULAR TRADER, T HE ship FLORENTIA, A. . 452 toni register, W. H. Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; has the rester part of her dead weight on board, and will sail with her usual punctuality; is well armed, carries a surgeon, and has superior accommodations ,for Passengers. For freight or passage, apply to - W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George-street. For the Bay of Islands and New - Zealand. T HE finefast-sailing schooner "t CURRENCY LASS." Owen Davis Commander, will sail immediately, having most of her cdrgo en gaged. For Freight or Passage, apply to Captain Milne, Prince-street; or, Captain Davis, on board, at the Queen's Wharf. October 16, 1838. SALES BY AUCTION. EXTENSIVE AND Unreserved Sale of Elegant Imported Furniture, Lamps, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY W. HEB BLEWHITE, THIS DAY, Wednesday, 24th lnst., at his Rooms Lower George-street, at 11 o'clock precisely, FOUR Spanish Mahogany Chests Drawers, with I tLarble Slabs. 6 Ditto ditto, Sideboard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

G E NT EEL Furnisbed Apartments, at Mr Hlitler'r, 14, Bridge-street, Sydney. FINE YORK fAMS, Just Landed, and on Sale at Dandon', F INE TORI H 4LMS, from 8 lbs. to 30 lbs. . each October 8. I1HE undersigned will purchase WOOL, or 1 make advances on consignments to their agents ' -in London. Darlng our. LAMB & PARBURY. * Darling-iHrbour. --DEVONSHIRE CIDER. 'Ex John A3'Lellan, • LQW mn'lldng and on Sale 400 dozen finest Cyder, warranted all sound, and ingood ripe -ondition, at S.'. Mani's,'70 George-tfeet. AFor Sale. PATNA RICE ; at the stores of HUGHES 6 HOSKING. October 16, 1838. £850 TO BE LENT. for Seven years, on the Security of Land or Buildings, in the town of Sydney. Apply to COOPER & HOLT, . Waterloo Warehouse. 'October 13. 1838. STOR SALE, AT THF. STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, B RIDPORT CANVASS, ies. 2 to 7, half .) bleached Sail and Roping Twine Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Boots and 'Shoes. ' LAMB & PARBURY, Darling Harbour. "TO L?ET. ANEAT 'VE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

'GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, ded a Wednesday, October 17, 1838. Bt cOxiNTtrvND. - " Cre - Colonial Secretary's Office. . -.. - -? . .ydney, 17tlrOctober, I.- tie the SALE .OF LAND. the 'A T Eleven o'clock of -Wednesday-the 13th day of l·' Decenmber next, the Colonial Treascrer wilpnt of up to .Auction, in the Market Building letter C. in Re Georgre street, Sydney, the undermentioned portions of land, on the ternms authorized by Government. 4 Furtbher information respecting the Land* may be n 1 - chtained from the Surveyor-General ; and respect ing the conditicns ft ou the Colonial Treasui er. by Lands previously put up and not bid for. Br 1. Kine, 740 acres, at Brial; bounded sonuth by a n line east 81 chains, commencing on Borow.t River, at n w corner of the Village Reserve; e by a line n i1 * 80 chs; n by a line w 80 cbs to Borowa River; w by Ri that river up to tile n-w corner aforesaid. 5s. per Sacre. by 2. Brisbanec 640, parishes of Melbourne and Wil- e lis-boinuided s by a line w 80 c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. THIS DAY. HEBBLEWHITR, at Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Furnl tore, I.amp`, &c. WILSON, T., at Rooms, at 7 o'clock, (Evening • ale,} Fancy Gonde. SJART, T. W., at Rooms, at 11 o'olock, Fancy China Goods, TeaMORRO&c. W. TO-MORROtW. WILSON, J. T., at.Roomi, at 11 o'clock, Wines, Snar, Shops, Merchandise, &c. SULOION, M., at Rooms.' at 12 ouclock, Stockings, Shirt', Merchandise, &c. s arI3ONS. I. & CO., at Albion Mills, Sails, ia:ging, Blacks, &c.-After which, Sheetings, alillinery, \ Mnes, Draft Horses, Photon, aler clhnndise, &c. Ioollen Cloth Establishment. rnTHE undersigned, in returning his sincere 1 thanks to his numerous Friends and the Pub lic in general, for the very liberal patronage lie has received since his commencement in business, begs to intimate, he has just received a new stock of Goods. adapted to the present season, including a large assortment of London made Cashmere and other Coats of th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

MARRIAGE.   By Special License. at the Tumut, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J. Fitzpatrick R. J. Shelly, Esq., to Maria Louisa, eldest daughter of Lieutenant Peters, 28th regiment.   Deaths. On Thursday morning, the 18th instant, Susannah Jane, the wife of Mr.William Williams, corner of Liverpool and Castlereagh-streets, aged 37. On the 17th instant, James Henry Stewartrt, the infant son of James Stewart, Esq., of George-street, aged 18 days.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 October 1838

DEPARITU RES. Ycsctday. the Guirvina anrl .htnv for the Snerrn FI~ht: v. S awne diay, the Lelietu tand Camden ftor tie Basrtes~ Islands.*

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CARGO OF THE SIR JOHN BERESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 October 1838

2 Rfl() OF THE SIB JOHNY BERJ1SFORD. C(tWel 2 caakl cnpptr, 39 eltsI' 101; ~Iecltkig( 5 C4 e" .ha dw"iui Hni'I i iinnmcnui"i-v, 45 liii ndIes stee! 150 ihLant 16 Iui'i Iu i tIle, 23 . na 3 tlr, 28 casks 2 rdv, 078 NOUxN1 g1 R* 5 bul 1t" Iigitek. 10 ca-es relt hit" 13 C "esa+ 181 11~t ip, 17 h.'uisheads ,50 ft k )11' I , 2 cavh" ciICer, 50 hart eta rtak1 52bj4 itsn 105 c:!sks 134 c.tise wine, 120 mill 10 cHY;(I Irstndp, 31 cruer earthenw;are. 16x11 Aclte nuts 20 hoses t ,:httrCI, Pipes. 2 bt1Xxe, en cheese,5ItonXM chEceese, 74 huIae' 30 cKe4 cottin Sun &iCo , ntgelnta6o, 9 cnaut tubu.co.

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 October 1838

Police News. :- YLL rasv.-CHtLb 'Tr Z5LY.r -On TuesdiRay one J.lidTry, appear*d on summons to an.wrc r the charge .f a woman Iasnamed Jam.'on. for taki.ig aw:ay her min.l. child aged six years. on the ~CGt, of la1t .lMarch. from a 'rmai, in a'.vhe chargef she was phceed. .1lr. Nichols. who appeared for the proaecuti n. said. th.t the origial statute uad been amneidrd. and insteru: of oma-ing the ofFence of child-tealning pui.h dble by tranasportation. it was now dealt with as at iiil:lerlneanour.-Mrs. J imi.on ststed that the cia'ld in dispute was her off-piing and had ben chaii.tened ,* John William Conrcll," 'v!h'ch was the name of the father. who w.as deceased. When the child was three ycits ald six months old, she commenced liaing with defendant (whom, pre viouliy dhe had not known) and the child he tihenr held in his ~rtnl was his child by her, the deponent. I1er son, J.,lhn William Connell. she hai, her-elf supplorted, and ?ie still owed to the person waho, :e:;pt him, one pou...

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ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. Before Mr. Justice Burton and Mr. Justice Willi [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 October 1838

ECCLEl.\. STICAL JURISDICTIO.V. TEIURSDAT. OCTCBr.a 25. Bfe'nre M1r. Ju-tice I',rton and Ir..hltltice 1Willis 'X ranTI. Jo~P:rA 1'v WYTT - r F.,.-rr Im'e?d, on .e-h.l lt f l r. J-.e;0 h a 'y. .a, *,aide .Otrritint S.ecal?nr of Jaa-eopha Inch. dlc'a-le, an?l caa1di.la af hi iian h:etr. Jane An Inch) for letter- of admin. 1.trati.an to hre granted to the wiladow E:izit',th Ilah, a ctmlmnlli-.ieln ot llln;acy liar nr hae.n !ranaed munehe d.al-.hrer J;aner Ann. sh~e ?ing the , ex-' rf kin. Ilr. Ja *ti-e ¶'iilii. a-k.ld, if anrt c.atr'at had Ieetn ra'red aeaint.t the ci e"tion applai;l f.r ? 1Mr. F.rter replied in the nezative. .Ma. Jo':uta Bartoan oacervel,tit one of the clief c-a.lle of ihinainne th," Ecclriainl Coret aaf the a alornv intoa confl-irn, n?;a, thle pet. tic. hi-in tpermitted of en'*rene car.;atlafter?a. p;c+ti.an for ciratiin hlad been madnel. -It wa inco, ,ect. andrl inf.arnal, rdrl he rqa ae.td the ?.itar of the COaatt in Intlnre, no"t toa receive c.vrealt, after such a...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 October 1838

ARRIVAL. On Wednesday, the brie Lady Gipps, 140 ton", fromn the NMannini River-lading cedar. Passengers, Mr. ?nd Miss Winter: Samie lay, the Iark Sir John Beresf'.rd, 29' tons, Captsin Fidler. frin Liverpool the 15th June Irling imerchandi~e. Passengers (cabin), Miss Wil son, ,ir Owen, NMr InIclhesL, Mr Hall, and ASir Saale, and twelve steelra;le pI);a?seL'Iees. Yestetrav, the Iark lerolpe, 312 tnns, Captain John (:linch, fronn Twofold Bay, on the 21rt in't. laoine 130 rnns oil, 6 tons whalebone, I to? butter, and 78 fat bullocks.

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