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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

- To Correspondents. — Press of news- obliges us this'woek t«^ neglect our Correspondents.; . ' . SYIiNBY, JANUARY 27, 1825. ;

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET RETURNS.—(JAN. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— CJax. 20.) No. of Busb..sold. .? ' *£ s. d. 314 ' - ' - sold at per Bush', o 7 G 408 ' - T - - 0 T 0 . v202 ._- - - -066 Average Price of Wheat » O 7 O X farthings. ; . 2)itto of Maize , - 0 5 0 - ' ' Ditto of Barley - , 0 ?$ O . Oats - -',0 4 0 , ' Potatoes, 4a. Gd'. per cwjti ' s ? Towls, 3s.' Od. per couple ? - \ Butter, !2s. 3d. per Ib.' Eggs, Is. 6d.' per dozen. ? , ? - -Clieose, is. 3d. perlb. ' ,. . - . ,A,sf\ze of Breadr— ;Loaf of 2 lbs.?— four pence. Sitting Maghtrate — James Bowman, Esq.

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(Extract of a letter from Hobart Town, dated Jan. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

(Extract of a .letter from-Hobart Town, dated Jan.^9.) J.iie Cjovernor m.Cliief ^has conferred a boon qn the mer chants in .this place, in tlie a'p'poinn'ueut uf'Mr. Murdoch to act as^Maval Otlict-r. ^t is excet:dj[ngly troublc's'oine^to us ; and he Aeeins pleased in throwing every obstaclein the way of 'susinessi /JJ1 the * * ? characters heie,,froni *.* * ?«'?«*♦»?*?? clownwards, are deservedly unpopular. We have to thank God we arestill dependant. Your ncw'Paper, Tlie Aiistra/ian, is uni versally praised here. We arc .all subscribers to it, and heartily wish it success. We hope it will not lose 'sight of the interests* of this.Colouy.' ? ? , ' '' .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

GOVtSUNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. CoIj«-niaL Secretary's Office, Jan. 26, 1825. MIS Majesty has been graciously pleased to Ap point the Rev. F. Wilkinson an Assistant Chaplain in 2&w South .Wales. liy lJis Excellency's Command, F. GouLnunN. - Colonial Secrltakt's-Qffice, Jan. .20, 1825. I' N conseguenco of Earl Biithurst having' been pleased to notify. the confirmation of Mnjor Ovens' appointment ns 5-iivatu Secretary to His Excellency the Governor; the Go vernment and General Order of the aft li .May', 18S3, is therefore rajpeale.il. '. By. His Excellency's Command, ' -F.Goui.BanN. r ~- ANNO QUIKTCX V GEOnGII IV. REGIS. (No. 3 ) - i. , .By His Excellency Hir Thomas Brisbane, K.C B. Governor of ilio Colony of .New South Wales, - i ' ' Scc» &c. &c. iv i tli the ndyicc of the Council. Jin Aot,,to prevent the harbouring ytf ; runaway convicts, and-thc / r * encouraging of cun\ icts tippling' or gambling. ? . . ,''* ' LJ_ ? ° -.' , — ' .[January 19; 1823. fa JfcTIf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY NIGHT.     We have just room to announce that Captain     Hovell and Mr. H. Hume have returned from their   excursion to the Southward. It appears that they penetrated as far as Western Port, Bass's Straits,     where they discovered a river of considerable magni- tude. They represent the country from lat. 36. to   Western Port, to be remarkably rich, and much su- perior to the County of Argyleshire or Bathurst, being for the most part open forest country ; until   within 70 or 80 miles of' Western Port, where it is open plain, sloping gently to the water side.  

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

ENGLISH NEWS. .We have received a .box of English Papers by the. last arrival, containing several series froin\Jnlv to tlie 2d of '.October inclusive. ,The .following are .exlra'c'sS of ' most interest : — ' ' ''???'??? . .Dhaxii of THE,-Kpo Louis -XVIXI.— ;His Majesty Louis .XVLII., rendered up his last breath this morning, Sept. I --, at four o'clock precisely ? .The, royal family and the princes of the blood have passcti the night in His .Majesty's apartment 'Theiiinie since th«*- first appearance of, this^ Prince before the public, ' has also been more distinguished by remarkable events .than any other in 'the history, of. tlip. world. . ' Thy misfortunes of his family and his own, his elevation to power-at a lime when tlm world had begun almost to forget his ejnstence-T—)iis subsequent expulsion from 'his kirjgdom, dgonu-d m.-all .appearance 'to, pass the remainder of , his life in an obsenre exile, the prostration' of his celebrated adversary, and the humi liation of his count...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

SHIP NEWS. On Saturday arrived the Colonial brig   Amity, Captain Brown, from the Derwent. Lading,   sundries. Passengers, Dr. Crockett, R. N. Captain   Tompkins, Mrs. Tomkins, James Arnold, Mr. Bayne, Miss Bayne, and Mrs. Gibson. No arrivals at the Southward when the Amity left. Brings several let- ters.                 The Brig Deveron may shortly be expected here ; she was advertised to sail from the Derwent at the end of the present month. 'She arrived at Hobart   Town on the 3d inst, after a passage of twelve days. On Sunday arrived the ship Grenada, Captain An- derson, in 112 days from Gravesend, touching at Te- neriffe for water, where she remained 3 days. The   Grenada brings out 81 female convicts, with 15 of their children ; and 21 cabin passengers, including children and servants, all in good health ; no d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

1,U'VIX-N POHTEK. A FEW hogsheads of very superior brown stout on Sale at 96, George-street : also, Mauritius sugar, ex Hope, \v the fon or bap -, a .great rariety of French winee and liqueurs, 'consistint; of J5t. Julicn and Chateau JInutbrion clarets, Alcdoc, Burgundy^ Sautcrhc, ir\Iurcat de Frontignac, sl'.Mry, rose apple liqueur, Ciiracn, French bitJers, Marnsquino dcZara, gVcen honey, treacle, &c. &c'. &c. ? ? Heal Cognac brandy, Schiedam gin* at tTic reduced duties. ? :''.'- . - J- T.H.-Jajiif*& Co. '^~ -. :? ? . pointer. '- ? ? . ? FOR Sale, at. Mr. CAI^tPBKLL'?, Eighty' Hogs heads of BROWN ^TOUT, warranted; and which, 'for the convenience 'of purchasers, will bc-d;sposeti, of by tho. single IfcEshead. Also, a few reB-.ainina tierce* of Pale Ate, con.ciin-, ing'sjx-doecn. . ' [Campbell's Wharf,' Dec. 19,-. 1894. INCLUDING DUTIES. FOR SALE by S. rLEVEYr-good brandy, at IGs.. gin, at 15s. ; West India Islands rum, at 12s. per gallon ; delivered -...

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CRIMINAL COURT.—(FRIDAY, JAN. 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

CRIMINAL COURT.— (Friday, Jan. 21.) Martin Benson, James Cogan, John Sprole, An-   thony Rodney, and Eliza Campbell, stood indicted for the wilful murder of their late master, John Brack-   field, of South Creek. There were two counts in the indictment; the first charging Martin Benson as prin- cipal, and the others as accessaries. The second count charged all as principals. In the indictment the date of the murder was laid on the fifth day of November, 1824. The first evidence called on the part of the prosecution, was Mr. Pat. Hill, R. N. sur- geon— examined the body of the deceased, on the     13th of November, being the morning after the mur- der; found the body lying near the bed side, on the floor. The face was black and swoln; and blood is- sued from the nose and mouth. The right leg and thigh were forcibly contracted, and the left perfectly straight. The arms were in an inverted position. There was also a contused wound on ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

Ihdepehdently of the^ letter of 'An Emigrant,'; Which appeared in our 14th number, and contains; some, views relative 'to the employment and reforma-, t\nn nf ririsoners. in tli* soundness of. .Which 'we : ac quiesce, we have received several other communica tions highly' deierving of Jftteiitibn. The writer of one' of these attrib'iifeis Xatitl we suspect ^ With reason) ftHe great iherease of crime. 'which, has notoriously sprung up within these few years to the increased .number of -runaways, as well frbhi the government gangs, as from the service of individuals, and these again to the increased severity 'of the system of nia hagement to -whichrprisoners have been subjected. It is well known that for several years prior to. the close of the- late government, there were constantly from 7 toiSJOO prisoners Employed in the public worlis inand hear Sydney;'_Jt will also be recollectad that it was not Until the 'latter part of that government that a. ?plaee ofi suitable accommodation w...

Publication Title: Australian, The
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HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

IIOBART TOWN NEWS. 1 By^thc brig Amity we have received , a serie;s pfHo bart Town Gazettes up, to the 7th -inst. inclusive ; and also private letters o'f the 10th. Thcrp 'weVe.no arri vals,' as will be seen by'our shin ..news, .from .England.' L he signal^ .colours ,w(ere up on .the ,9};h, but as a high .windjireyailcd ftt .the time', it is, supposed .that the ves sel 'which ? was signalized .had cither been blown off tlie coast, or was- merely passing tjie port. There had' been twenty-four Hours ..heavy rain, which was some thing iipw. ' j-- .', . / . ' ♦ HarvesJ; .has already jc'qmmjjnccd ,in tmany .places ;' and excellent barley has ueeW brought to market^at 5s.' per bushel. — rOl,d ,wheat, which jippears to' be .pretty! plentiful, is sellingifor 10s. .pcr^bushcl. N-' - ( The action for Crim, Con. in which Mr. E. Lord was plaintiff, and Mr. C. Rowcroft defendant, res   pecting which a general interest has been excited, was decided on the 18th ult. by a verdict for t...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 27 January 1825

To ilvc Editor of the Australian* r.iSrR, ? ? -.-..-. -;??;. ;.?-???? ' .. ? ., .- . - With the general tenor of your observations, on flie subject' of aledictbry Addresses, -o liigh public functionaries (their' -Excel-* mcies and their Monurs of Auslrai'ask\ I curdfallv concur -t' Out your pQbiiChti-m tff- those observations, immediately aftgr ««c appearance in your Proper of such an Address , to the /Into Judge Adv.cafe, st-enis t« give them 3 particular application, to the justice of which I can by no means subscribe.' ? - * It was the \\Tstr&nd intention of 'Uiaf Gehtlcmaii^fnmds^diat this Aditress should ha submitted to a public meeting «f the in irabitanfs for their approval', emendation, or rejection. .-The Sheriff was roquet ted to convene such meeting; for the purpose; which, that ofiicer using' tlie discretionary power vested in him, declined to do, doubtless-, for gobd'a»d:sulTicient reasons.: . ?-'' ,The promoters cf the -Address then sent copies of it to -the 'd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

To ConnESPOND-ENTs.—PHiLOMATn orily underwent the oper ations of the pruning knife, in common with other Correspondents. Ann may look forward with hope to next week's paper* A Alt our Correspondents will be attended to as early as possible. Persons desirous .of seeding- the last . twelve Numbers of The Australian to their friends in England per ship Mangles, may have them on application at the Oifice. -'The Mangles will sail on Tuesday. The first 'five Numbers were sent by the ship the .Prince Regent. ? ' ? ' '..':. ? ' ? ' THEAUSTRAI1AN SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 3, 1825.

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CRIM CON. SHERIFF'S COURT, RED LION SQUARE. Henry Baring, Esq. M. P. v. Capt Webster. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

CRIM CON. SHEKIPF'.s: COURT, RED LION SQUARE. 'Hcnrv Barinc. Esn. M. P. vi. Gant 'Webster. On the 10th July an inquisition was taken at the office of the Slieriffof Middlesex, to assess damages in the cause in which 'Hc«ry Baring, Esq. M. P. was plaint itF, and Captain Webster defendant, for the seduction of the wife of the former. -The de fendant suffered judgment by default. The damages were laid at 10,0001. / ' . . Mr. Brougbam stated the plaintiff's caae.. He said that the Jury must be' familiar with' the name of the plaintiff in tfiis un fortunate inquisition — his uarue was that of a family which stood highly respectable and respected amongst all classes of the sub jects of this empire, but highest uf all in the 'mercantile world. JUr. Henry Baring, whose name they had heard as the plaintiff in this cause, was the third brother of that family. He enjoyed, by the accident of inheritance, a large fortune, but being dis posed very early in life to follow the example of his family...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

? ' ? PoLtca Office, Jan. 19, 1825. TkfOTlbE is hereby given tkut the LICENCES for JL^I SELLING SPIRITS and BEER, and for the BREW ING OF BEER for the Year tf8&4, will expire on the 19th day of February next, and all Persons desirous of obtaining Licences ? for the.curfent Year, are 'to apply for the same by -Memorial, addressed to the Supetmtendent of Police, to be given in to this ? Office on or. bofore Tnesday the 15th diiy of Februarj' next, and ouch as shall be approved of by the Magistrates will be requited to attend here with their Sureties on the 19th day of the same month, 'between the hours of ten and three; to enter into the prescribed recognizances, -and receive their Licences. After which day no Licences 'fdr 'Selling Spirits or Beer, or for Brewing Beer, will be granted. By order of the Superintendent of Police, .*,',' » ' - Mich. Robinson, Principal Clerk. . . , Sydney, Jan. 25, 1825. .-CJt7Ctt iPfcrsons as may have Claims against the K^ Estate '-of Mr. John B...

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COURT OF KING'S BENCH (WESTMINSTER.) FRIDAY, JULY 30. COLONEL BRADLEY v. COLONEL ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

COURT-QF KING'S BENCH (WESTaiiNSTER.) ' ' '', ' FRIDAYi JULT 30.' ? ;?;: Colonel Bradley v. Colonel Arthur.; The Lord Chief Justice came into Court at nan past nine. His Royal Highness .the Duke of York irid Earl Bathurst came into Court^atfthe same time .nil *r\nlr '.*\\*\r spats rih the Bench. ??''' .'. This was an action for assault ana muuny, spcuincu in sevejal counts. The defendant pleaded riot .Quilty. Mr. Brougham sjated the case:. ' The plaiutiff. Co lonel Bradley, was an dfficer of high rank in the army ; , he' was employed in 'the T^esi Indies 'for aTjeriod of [twenty years. Jn:18i8, he was sent to Honduras with a part of ithe regiment, and in that place met .with Colonel Arthur, whd.commande'd the York Chasseurs, ind .who was of course his superior in command. Co lonel Bradley had engaged in many -inferior duties, Bolely for the furtherance of Jimproying the Colony; he cleared the country of forests— made a military! road at great 'labour,' and improved the country by ma...

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To the Editor of the Australian. MR. EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

To the Editor of t/ie Australian. Mb. Editor, . The spirit of 'the Fenal Unionists Qwho nave suuerea aeain upon death, even iii their :voyage to this Colony)',1 is -not to-be' cowed, or subdued by the pretensions r»f any arrdgahtassnniption. It has existed, under, sufferings ,too. acute; and., appalling, to bpj easily swept^away irom tne. expectation. ,01 ?unquuiyieajrancnise.i The Charter of ^^ Justice; is, pierhapa at this moment/ in the opinion of soii'ie,' vague and indefinite, -.as far as1 regards the 'chardcters,' who .'.by law are deemed eligible; to -sit. as jurors. HacV.it. 'been; the intention of His Majesty and his ^Parliaments to hav,c. made; an '.'exception prejudicial to the civil and pdHticaiiiiterest^of.the ex-priionef, as to ekclude liim from sitting on Juries ; triat'ex-! ception would have appeared in the shape of a declarat6ry;'ldwV ? but whicliis not the cast*.' ^ And to jeive efficiency to ; their, en joyment ,of -.'?? ll'estoration' to all, substantial , right...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

NEW 'SOUTH : .WALES. fFROM THE.- MORNING' CHRONICLE.) EXTRACT OP A LETTER, RECEIVED FROM NEW SOUTH WALES,' BY THESHIP OCEAN, DATED FEB. 19, 1824. ?You 'wHl be surprised to hear, that, the Colonial Go vernment has obliged the inhabitants of the towns to take either grants or leases 01 ? tne nouses ana lands occupied'by them ; to which have been annexed, - such unfair and oppressive conditions, that no person can possess his property .in- security.. For instance, the lessee cannot' dividc,- alienate, sell; -let, or make any alteration to his house' origarden, without first having: obtained permission .to that effect from the Governor, or, more properly speaking his Secretary, Major Goul burn ; so that, I, whoam unavoidably burdened' with two. Mouses, am not permitted to. let -the one I donot occupvi without /.asking .-, the leave' of our despotic rulers : when, ? even if 1 should obtain Sir Thomas Brisbane's consent, I am subject to have my land re sumed, unless-I also obtain the Secr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

'We, this day insert an article which appeared in The ^Morning Chronicle on the 21st of August. .'We also insert '.thei comments thereon of the Editor of that -IVrtwsniB.Tiftri ': 'We: have- driven nublicitv .both to the ar ticle'and the comments, after niature deliberation, and from the best' of motives. Curiosity' has been 'awak- ened, -exaggerated reports have been disseminated, and those who'have notyej; had an opportunity of reading The Morning Chronicle' of the above date, have, got impressed with the belief, that charges of a most se rious nature had been made in a substantial form against the. Governor of this Colony ; and that Sir Thomas' was utterly disgraced at home. The publica tion of the 'article in question will at once put an end , to these impressions; and it will require no groat effort af mind, on the part of our Readers, to discover whose pen has been .dipped in gall, apd with. what justice Governor and 'Secretary have been assailed ' ,at one Jfell swoop.' ' ' x ...

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SUPREME COURT. Berry v. Lord. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 3 February 1825

SUPREME1 COURT. Be'rrvr.'V; L6rd.v ?? Tlie Court '.was occupied'. the whole of Thursday an^ Saturday with this case; which- was^ an r action - to re {foveron a'iBill^ofAExch.ang'e^for;one thousamlpoundsi dr'awri by -Mri1 liordysp' long ^ since a's ;7ahtiiiryf;JS09, on his agents in ,-JLondon,~Mp.s^rs.r-l{laintmc'r and Co* 1 1 appeare.il ;|n evidence thatj the biib ha.d ijieen ? refused acceptance by Messrs. Plunimer.-and Co. ivhen 'pre sented -to. them in ? 1811, anil /had after wards ,- been pro tested-for non'paymentj though ndt.fpr.noii acceptance, wliich 'ought 'toVhave ^been °done'Un the case o't' 'pi, fo reign bilF of 'exchange.1 'Notice of* 'no n paymehtHvas fortne'nrst time 'give'n tp-the^cfendant in :1 8 15. . It was ulso;.pr'pyed'thatJthe, defendant had been, ap'p_lie4 to for payment some time in .the year .18 18; or. 1 819, and he had then 'said that he '^Aryicw he was liable,' or words to that effects ? On the part 6?the defendant it was coriteh d ed that : the- heglec ;...

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