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CONVICT DISCIPLINE. To the Editor of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

COONVICT DIZCIPLISINx. To;the Editor of the Sydney )ierii3!L &. SIt--fAGiend handed to me this day the Ans italian of the 13th'instant, ii' wshich I perceivc an ansvwer to my letter,of the, 28th ult. It is.uotumy. intenltiot,~t enter the lists with an uanonvmcuiscor-, respoidLnif. I hive nierely 'tb si6te in "rptly, that the fiu '4'stettmelt 'in thiit :lettei is incorrcct: Tiva' nJt, as the si'ritcr: stitied, i' 6riiisitcd." ' Mr. Gr nt; with great. reluctance, wgs? ompellied to pu:zish the prisoiner. Hid' nmt MIr. I. Mitchell been on the bench tihat day, "in.nly opiniotn .the mani wsould have ,eituried' is triuniph' to ny fr~m. That g ntleman ias to diugusied; irili the licC?se given to my as<igned servant to abuse me, that he told'tlic person he seemned to have: tnken it into his liead 'ihatE" the Cou t %ws .eon-t ituted, not to. check his insolence, but to: ire him an opportunity whcnevelr he- thought'proper,t to iinult and bririg a itrinig of unfiunlided charg...

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British Freedom. THE WISE AND DISCRIMINATING MR. JUSTICE CAMPBELL OF PARRAMATTA. Encouragement to Englishmen, to emigrate to N. S. Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

TIJE WISE AND DISCRIMINI7ATING( MR. JSTICE CAMPBELL OF PARRAlATTA.. E.Lcoui egBemeznt to E niglislihme, to emnigrate to N. S.: Wales. One instape of grievous hardship sustained by an individual .from the working of the idshranging Act which has jist come under our notice, we shall lay before our readers,.in order to shew: magistrates and men in power, that in.such cates, though' they possess an uuconstitutional .but legal.: power, it i, at least addianble to exercise it with atolerable degree of ithe suapiter inrtnodo. , A: respectable emigrant rccently.,arrivdd, wJ)ose name theme is no occasion to blazoni forth to the world, haying ohtai:ned a situation in the .interir, rwas -..proecedjl.ng thither. when he w? s?pprchendcd and Ilged in thi watch liouse at Parramatta, qn Fuad:ay fortnight; by come wiseacre constalilewho tn.sk it into his head to fancy that he.was Si .ruinnway or- iu..hIranger. The con stabele e Jwo.p rei;ended him, took good'care to rifle his packets. fro?n iwhichil...

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27: James Slater v. Susan Colebrook.-.The parties are neighbours, and complainant charged defend. ant with stealing a drake. He stated, that he owned a little ,dairy of ducks, in which he took considerable pride, both from the rarity of the breed, and the peculiar plumpness of the breast     when properly roasted and placed upon the table. A day or two since, while placing Ieslote: I116 i.t vour item their morning repast, Miss Colebrook iojed from her domicile, snapped up the drake, (a vunerable old bird) put hiin under her arm and rushed into her house, and closed the door., The bench wished to know, whether there was any fence between the house to prevent the ducks trespassing? Slater admitted there. was not, but considered he had very good set off to their intrusions, on account of Miss Colebrook's pigeons taking the liberty of settling in his premises, after their airy flights, and which, besides struttiug up and down amongst his humbl...

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FRIDAY, 26TH INSTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

FnInArI , UGTH IlNSTATT. CsAt?Tro? o r nrI s5nva?rrs A--George Sly, was charged'with a breicfiof his agreement with his master, .Mr. "Ohadi b West, of Barkem Glen, South Head Road.-Mr. West stated, that on Monday last she-hired:the piisoner to sell milk, at a guinea a weeks wages,.with a proviso that if he should answer, they were then to enter into a fresh arrangement.,- a. Tuesday. however, the prisoncr absconded. Sly exprsrsed contrition and wished his master to take him back, as he would complete the term of his agreement. But Mr. V. stated, that he had ufferedtso- severely from prisoner leavit.g his employmenti.h having no pretence far hIis conduct, that he would not overlook the ofence. MAr. RWindeyer said. that such being the case, he uu4t execute the lase. The prisoner was sentenced to two months imprisonment. Something Extraordinary ---Patrick McKenny v. Mr. Andrew Byrne. Complainant is an assigned servant to Mr. Knapp, the Surveyor, and defen-   dant is the Sydney Poundkee...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

(The continual complains of Mr Grant's imbecility as a Police Magistrate seem to show his incompetency to hold a Commis   sion of the Peace. But he is a relative of       Lord Glenelg, and is one of the numerous people who it is intended shall be quartered   on the industry of the colonists, whatever   be his merits or demerits. All the Go-     vernor can do is to give him a berth in some other part of the Colony, a la Faunce, so that if on this second trial he shall not exhibit a quondam set of judicial tact and talent, he may give place to a suc cessor on whom the Government can better rely for an efficient administration of the convict laws. Mr Grant appears to be one of those gentlemen whose humanity is based all on one side. He appears to be humane   to the convicts at the expense of humanity to their employers. But insult and in- subordination among the convicts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

* SALES BY AUCTION. At the Risk of the former Purchaser; GROCERS' TWNE.- - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY V. HEBBLEW7HITE L '-t t,,ýfir.Rooma, ILower Georte.-st., !STII$ De, Monday'. `29ti init. at Eleven o'dlock precisely; Ti S IJº1 .SEVEN ,Bundles . assorted Benigal TT STPrige Weiginng 26cwt. 2qr. 71bs. Terms--Purchasers under £30, Cash; above'that Si Sum, approved Bills, at three months. . Damaged WVoolpacks and Bags: :* E ? Caernarvon, Irving, master, from London, on i: Accoun? of whom it may Concern. -'O WE B SOLD BY' AUCTION, A BY -W, HEBBLEWHITE. .. " •' !' At Fb " Rpms- Lower George-st.. THIS DAY, " . 3.ond, t29thnust at Eleven o'C!block:pecisely .: S & Co. , -J NE .HUNDRED anl ce w1itia triangas l ? . ,8 seventeen Woolpack i -,: .'-.:. .I 8G6 Two1 uandred and Sixty.gne at Three Bushel Sacks. More or less damaged. to TERMS-CASII. .i ToMillers and Others. tI -T -BE SOLD BY AUCTION, t B.Y W. HEBBLEWHITE, •3t his Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY 'T " Monday.29th'inst. at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. ,THIS DAY.' SiMMONS 1. & CO-at Mlesars Paul ,& Co's. Store, Pianofortes, merchandise, &c., .at 11. ,'gr.l HEIBBLEWIHTE W., at Rooms, at 11, gentle men's apparel, saddlery, woolpacks, .bags. mill stones, wine, ale, twine,-leasehold property, &e. POLACK A., at A1, at Waterloo, Warehouse, .fine .,tonied Pianoforte, Merchandise &,.. SMARrT' W., at } ooms,- at , ;,. offee, Sugar, Wine, &c. e,: .TO-MORROW: ' WILSON J; T.', Five"Dbek ?arnim Allotmiiens, L. 'id at Huniters' Rive't,';part of the Brightin. Estate : O~ LET, a three-storied Store, seventy feet by: I thirty, with a right to land on the Wharf, where it itiffieieeritdeep *4tter furi ' ship of 400 tohs:' lsnuiwr at GIRARDD'S WVHAILF. : .c! : ... To be Let, S. (With immediate possession) n I+I E Ot1?SE recently tenanted by ;Captaia. .1"r`ipki oton, Morgan's Buil'dirigs, Kent-ste'et, ell suiitcd for a family of respectabihaty. f'or par ttculsi i'pply at the...

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Immigration. [We recommend the following little work to the perusal of our readers—ED SYD. MON.] THREE YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF A SETTLER IN NEW SOUTH WALES; being Extract from Letters to his Friends in Edinburgh from 1834 to 1837; with a Preface by the Editor, and an Appendix, containing Notes and Information for all classes of intending Emigrants, from the latest Authorities and authentic Documents. Second Edition with a map. Edinburgh, 1838. Orielton, Cowpastures, 30th October, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

Immxitgratoi f tW'e r.'cpmmread the fof touraag J iliiý work t'o the peru~,al of our readers --En,DSvi , MON.]). TH IlEF 'YEA' RS' P1IACT1~kGAT E?~i'FR IEN'E OF -A SEi TL.ER tN NEW toUQ'r~l{ WA1[[:;,le FxiracX. fri ow Ieuu s kio liwi Frlendb 1rH, 1 iubiah. troth18311 w 1837, with a' Pr'eface' t4, the! "Editot,, and an Aptpendix, coat umag iNow' andIniortina "tron for 'nil cIasseA of intendn FngingE ptsY froith thilit iteat Autho. .1iel andt niientc.t D.,cnuwdnts. Secdonul Edltion t;with it tii~p 'Edi.,b,it:;h `1838. -Mr- DP~XR'Mornet .fbeliat~ietiier wtote 'vas dlated the 141h Au±iust. In inatters~liere, muid ii ne~siitn'ntion in tli~ /e~ fr= WIlft S~di.'y p~n'"ti ir 14th, "of Au&gu4 t for the farm ofNunoi rid, six iiileq frafm hibs, belcrnj~ng _to the~i ~same pror prielor ;both :of this and the tune-rin Arg Iei shire, cilled Munihel, wi~ither 1 tn- b-sutd I todk c-thi'coach tirýi'erpoliooand'stop~iiig at& N'6liorrnhi`l 'd ~undtly lrt etdledý vn liorsab ickt ,al9n wi...

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English Extracts. MR. WILBERFORCE'S OPINIONS OF THE STATESMEN AND ORATORS OF HIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

English ExEtracts. MR. WILBERFORCE'S OPINIONS OF THE STATESMEN AND ORATORS OF HISDAY. Our e ncral imprgaejo' o(Sheridan 'aa ( says Mr. IV.) that be came to the' HO use~ withbhid flashees prepared anrd 'rt.ldy fo:'lt off He avoided encouuteriang Pits inin un foreseen. debating, but when forced-to it, usuallfcaite, off ell. " kF'x was often truly wonderful. " He would begin at ful tear,' and roll on toy hours rosetlier withlou?t tiriiug i'fler faii t self .or us. . .... ,, -. , .. Pitt talkedt; a -re'sr deral1 n rignh ' h fricnds." Foi. :hir eneriil I sVietty:' Wt 'Ar ard unassuming. - -Sheridnni was :a :jollt ciit, pirniund;'find told 'odd tir?dýies'' bds't b?, 'lerr ner1F:ttg l asawjt~by obre., , r~t i..fox wa .,lrlytrimiablein,iriva elife an alowv d ,him.!as: touchh ,money,, to?. ambni With' As"' ever he "wiilhed. ~'an'sked "hiil it Iet oemetiuered the. -iser., Elives in , t04 House; of Co nmmns " Pierfectly: arind tinitiqueitiin reniir do the f. s curibub 'inc dekti,'y ch &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

SALIS BY AUCTION. Sale of Land, HIunter's River. .1TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY J. T. WILSON, TO.IORROW.Tuesday 0:th inst. at his exteasive Sale Rooms, No 74, George-street, - EjIZILT Allotments of the frontage Land to:the' JE Hunter's River, of that highly. raluabe. FARMi formerly the Property of" Mr.. Harris, Itoown a : pI1(ENIX PARK. , ,Lots Nos. i, 2, 3, 4, and S. contain.enoh half an acre, ?ore orless, immediately oppo$ite thiTown of lorpeth, and admirably adapted for the erection of Stores or Inns, leing on the line of the. Punt goad, which crosses to theoextensive distrib, and, township of Patterson. . Nos. 6, 7, and 8, are three Lots in the vicinity. of the Queen's Wharf, and would, to any person requiring a residence on that fertile spot, be a pcr-; fact treasure. The whole of the above Allotments have deep wateralongside, so that any of the steamers might discharge or take in cargo there, aid it must be borne in mind.that a daily communicationois kept up between that district...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

1Waikets.. Some smr~ t supplies of wheat have been.received In town during the week, but prices have not varied. Other grains remain at our last quotation. Hay and'straw at'a .high figure. andasirther advance autieipated. The marikt supply was very fair, when the unfavourable season .is taken into consfderation, and the prices moderatd. Fruits are scarce, except oranges. Dairyprodueestill very 'hih, without nmuch prospect of a decline. Poultry without alteration. Butcher's meat remnins the same, the impor tation from Twofold Uay haling had no effect than to preveitnn advance. GRAN. -- Wheat (Colonial) per - bushel-- Van Diemen's - Maize ss 3d to s 6d per bushel-Oats (feed) as ditto-Vans Diemen's Land 7e Gd-Barley nominal. HAY AvND STRAw.-Oaten Hay C14 14s perton-Lucerne £'14 14s-Straw 30s to 50s per load, according to size. Vs?sTAnLgs. PotatOC(S. (Colonial) Ba per cwt.--Van Diemen's Land 10s to 12s--Cabbage 2d to ad each-Cauli-, flowers ad to Is-Red cabbage Gd to d--Lettuce itd each...

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

SATURDAY,' CcOTOntZ 27. .,Befire their H Hours the three Judei in Banco. Levy v. HlIt.-T-his was an action of replevin upon a ditaesis levied on the George-street Thearre while the plaintiff was tenant in possem'iyh. The case had been tried hifdie'Mr. Justice Burton and $sessors, and a verdict r entered for .th .defendanst : and a rule had .been:subsrqueitly attained tq?st aside that verdict. The Chierf Jutice considered, that upon all the 'phlintiff'l pleas which set forth that after the deeca?e of her, late husband.:she. held the Theatre'as: a.sveelly? tenant ins her own. right. and not as.executrix .this effects., and therefore that the arrears due at the time of? the distress were due fromnithe estate of her lis:e husbanld, und not from-the plaintiff?.-Verdict for the plaintiff. . Doe denm - erry and others v; MCnlllock--'.Thisi w?as an action of sjectment,to get lxtssession of .the Iurwood estate.- .The circumstances of this: and a parallel ea,"a(thmesame ugainht ltobinson).hav...

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 26. Before Mr. Justice Willis, (In Equity.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

Law Intelligence .. SUPREME -COURT-CIVIL- SIDE. FarasY, OcTroBaaE,. Bet ore A?r, Justice willis, (In Equity)-. Expsrte.-Terry :t. Singleton, Mr. "Windeyer applied for the foreclosure of a moitgage in this cause. Mr. Justice Willis said, it recurred to his1 nieniory that a term of years was mentioned,- Dr. Kinchela had applied for an absolute foreclosure. 'lMr. Windeyer replied, that he was satisfied to take it at the specified term, it being one thousand years. Granted. Mliles c. Iredale.-The complainant is a magis trate of the territory, the defendant, an ironmonger residing iri Gerge-street Sydney. In Junelast, the defendanit was in treaty with the .complainant for an allo:n.ent of land, situate at New Town. Itwas? stipulated in the verbal agreement, that the sunm of three hundred and fifty pounds should be the pur chase money, to be paid part in casih,and paiffj? l a bill at six months without interest. A misunder standing having asihen as to the liotindaeics and also as to the q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

i;oV ERNMENT M-t GAZETTE, Si Wednesday, October 24; 183 -. ` olwni' l Secretary's Offce, S ydney., 23rd Octobr;, 1838. STREET LAMPS." S senflRSONS ,willing to:undertake by Contiact 'to 41t: light about One Hiundred .Lamlps :in, the itjeetsof Sydney, from Ist January :to tlhf 8l S?cel?r 18S9, inclu iaei ar requested to tranfait ie'l, Tenders, mark'?.t 14 "'ader ,pr lighting .: Jtai;i to this office, on Monday, the B8th Novrem t'bet'eaCl, at twelve' o'l.. . : :?,;..heLsmps will he. provided: by Government,:;bu t AtheCoantrac?r will ibe required to provjde Oil and Wicks, and to give security by two Suretiea to the am1ounit of futir hundred poundi. for Iresevr!g' the .-'itips In gad 'ebnditiori, iandrfor heepiaig' them "I a/tedlfrom half ia hour after aunset unttl: sun ,,rie under. the penalty of forfeiting. One ~hilliag fur e?ery :ight that may fail. , . ;. By His xcellcey's C.mman dl, - y' - E. DEAS I'HONi?1N. Culouial Secetary's ,OLice, Sydn ey,?3rd' October, 1838. CONVIC:T SERVANTS....

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Adjourned Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

SAdjoyirned, Meeting. "On Friday, evening, (lie adjourned meeltihg of the SocizCi'Y' FR TIn 'IOTrc 1Od. OF TRt AoaAGOINV'p,£ aiuvus SoaUTi lC ri.Ldivt was IIrd+ at ttle i Sc iiuol.f'? Arts. ihe .thir, horitly .ifter 'seven ' ..?_ .- s ..h /ls_ " ( t Y ? ?_ . 11 :hi? m rnb?c?~the beisine4. of ih eveniaji by' reding ý,t res~i... l us t d . i.if. rte last meeittIl). Mr. RHbition,prdte teiFrf he Abiori. _ines:;a Fliniders sl,,nd, first'r?ddrr;sed the' meeting It hald been e~otr Cestedl t him bY'some friends, that ie should detail an otitli'ne of' his 'proceedings 'with regard .i the Aborigines of V..n Dictnen' ;Land. It had been stattd 'on' a ,reviouti evening' (by' Dr. Lang) that Van Dietene' Larid bhd formerly .ben "popalated with four nations, whi, eath held i'psriticular pirtion of the iahind.; T heir'divi-iona he intended at Bome' fitur'ereriod' to ',olnit Oiit; as he intended to execute a niap ,of the i-landoin Abori? Ina tidcaipteL;i'i t `the Aboriýinal names for thoubnt:dfjo, ri...

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE Saturday, October, 1838. ANNO SECONDO—VICTORIE REGINE. No. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

GOVERNMENT' GAZETTE i: Saturday," October b 17, 1838 / .-.. AXW EoULMIXDO;-'VIC1 ORrZE • RZGIN.c m t t ". . -: . ryti'i:,+ 'NIC00 +'i+.?- +. : ' ,+? b+ ...t+,..;+ I '!;:An Actl fur spplyiu.ig eeain pu im. prri.+grfrpn? the, lievnue receivAble in ,? Sout;Ih Walts, to the ase rvce' ther fJ'iheo : ?i Oie fil?tind eight ;huidred and t?rty-ine; ud C? r fdfurthlier'ppropit-r .ating,the ssId I ru e ueuC:!+.~, ;. ' _ ir;' ; .,c AKxo .,cUnDO--r-ToiL :RY?... 1~ S,:No. .16. An Act toauthor?te the phament of Mones' for tile Tear One thoutind eight' huthdred anid' thirty Scnine 'to. curtai iPr abyterlians ,il. :.New v South .; VaI lgs under .the provisions of ans Act, intituled . An. Act to promote the building of Churches and Chapels, and to provide for the mamintenauce of Miuisters`of Religion in New South Wales. +" 'J m ' T. . + , "

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

Police News. On 'T?utsday, Mr. Brady- of Pitt-street, Cabidet maker. brought before the Polee-office, two yotng laIs, his apprentices, on suspicion of basing siolen. from one of the journeyman a sorvreign:, wlvicn had. been . fount conce?led under a tool-cliet. Mr. terady haring stated that his workmen,` as well as his apprentices, had accr-s to-the place whence the sovereign was stolen, Mr. .Wiudeyer discharged them, ob erring. that be could not think lads so young would be guilty of suolh an offence.

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Importation of Wheat by the Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

Importation of Wheal by - the Government. . A Contemporary objects to -the Governarent A ouncingi its poeslbicwintention of sending for w~hat for the fallowing reasons: 1-That it is unnecessary. 2- That it ceaecs alairm, .,-Thabt it tends to ptrventieltivatson-ofgrs. On all this we beg to oserve. - 1-That we think the Governor's circular pet fectly necessary; had it been d4fued-,its:mig-ht have been too late. " 2 .That the alarm it maf aere?owilw e bQne ficial. When people are in un;er they. ought tob be "made?aeQuaintedti ith- that di?ge?r --That if the circular should tend to prevent cultivation in future, so much the better. The lets grain, cultivated in tbhi.solony-fSydrdey-consu mation the better. -Not so, iýwe hbad a super abundant population, or eren -a fall populaiion as they have in England or Ireland. ut so long as we remain dchcient in labourin hadlsid'.o lone will it be good for the whole nlony, to attend to our wool. oil, and wise , and with the-profits of.these, import...

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Wool Trade [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

- >. "''Wool Trasle Confirm.itory`Tii t wh a dvan.c:I in a lante number cf this .T,ntrnal. namely, that the havect h6ld ;: considerable ihfluiunce on the woollen nninu-i facttre, and.consequently on the price of wol, ywe hstve received by the Ilope, a Westiding newspaper if'tlefi 7h:June,'in which we find the Editir at-' tcmjting'from itic indifferriit condition of the crops and the rising price of corn; to impress upon the nmanufacturers the necesity of conducting their operationi with great caution. The tran?cription of this portion of the.editorial, may perhaps opeiate beneicially here, by moderating expectations with ,respect to prices, which possibly may not be gratified. The Ediitr.thup.wtites. ." We allude to'the comnditionn of'the c?'?n crop', and the pt aspect of the ensuning harviet realiting an ,eera.ge., The? agricnltural reports are aumhiguoau. Thi:y ihint etd . represoent pre-ent' .ppearances as Sf.nhirairle to, an average; hot it is s?o obiotlsly'i the interest of ...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Important Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

KiIET MONITOR &- COMMERCIML ARVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1838. Mo&k n uleenauate, nor oaghti set doam in malice.-Sazaz. important Decision' Mr. Windeyer, alone on the bench, has decided, "that all agreements,. except between master and ser- "vaut, made to operate outside the present limits of the colony. are in lat good for nothing.: - Above half the casttle and sheep of the colony are now depasturing outside the parliamentary bounda- ries of the colony. Thus all agreements between man and man entered into, which relate to half the property ef the whole colony, except those be twIeen masters and servants, are pronounced null sind void. i ia grazier at lienaroo sells and. de. livers sLhcep to auo her, and" that other refuses to mJy him, th; creditor cnootaue for his money. - c.We wish the worthy magistrate had taken his opinion of the Attorney. General on this point. It is highly im,,politiouin the government to allow all the live stock to go outside the bou...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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