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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31. Before the three Judges in Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. WEanEasoAY, Our. 31. Before the three Judges in Banco. This being the last day of the Civil Term, 'the Chief Justice, upon taking his sent taid,;that during the previuusvacstion, Mr. Justice Burton had taken >upon himself the burthen ofauditing the Rtegistrar's accounts, relatisag to intestate estates lodged in his hands. The important question'had arisen during the investitation, whether the Registrar cif the Supreme Court.had a right to charge commission on the monies collected by himself alone, and par ticularly' in the case of George Ross, deceased, which was the only one in which there w.as no ad ministrator in the ('nInny.' Mr. Justice Burton had made a special report on the first day of tea nn, in order to b:ing the matter before the Court for adjudication. The term, however had elapsed with= out application from aany party. Therefore the Court new wished to be informed, whether any pro fessional gentleman had been instructed eit...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
Roa rirrc ITNcfInN:--Some time sine an accident occurred on the r ver Licking in Ohio,: by which a boat containing fou young men was upset,. and three of the' were drowned. ''he fourth, Mr. Jone a trentleman in ,thie very primie .of li wealthy andharcorn phihed wasalouosinkini when a.young and beauzifulwizdow, name Lee, actuatetl- by, an-impulag of heroic and :enerosity, p}lunged .intotlIe river an saved. him, Overcome with gratitud, love. ;and .admirationa' the bravery of he conduct,; Mr. Jonesi-after:a few days ac quaintance, imadehr.nn ofl r fo his hand it was iccepted, nncl they mere wide bapp in-the bonds of wedlock.. Printed at; 89.: York-street,. and: Published George street, :Sydney, by EDWARD SMnT HA.LL,rof Druitt:streat,ianid;F Asts O'Bans .}Harriigtod-'street, Proprlttors.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
Abstract of Sales by Auction. The following is a List of all the Auctions w041j h will be held betceen .this and our neat number. TAIS DAY. HEBBLEWIHITE W. at Rooms, at I o'Clock. Glass and Earthenware, Ale, Drapery, Surplus Ships' Stores, Osnaburghs, Forest Trees, &o. SM A RT, T. W. at 12 o'Clock, at -the residence o Mrs. M'Arthnr. at Aspinall's Cottage, Elizabeth Street South, Household Furniture. SMART, T. W. at Rooms, at 10 o'Clock, English Bacon, damaged goods per " Caernarvon" BLACKMAN, M R. at Commissariat stores, Ships' Stores,,per " Calcutta" and ' Mandarin" TOMORROW. WILSON, J. T. at Rooms,.at:11 o'Clock, Laud near 'Richinond. Union Bank of Australia. Capital £500,000 in Shares of £26 each. ONSE SCALF TO BE RESERVED FOR THE COLONIES. London Board of Directors. Geo. Fife Angas, Ea1. C. 'Hindley, Esq., M. P. Robt. Brooks, Esq. Chas. E. Mangles, Esq, .Jas. J. Cummins. Esq. James Norris,.Esq. John Gore, Esq. Philip Oakden, Esq. R. Gardner., .Idsq. Man- .Jas. Ruddull To...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
-NEWS OF THIE DAY. TUP.LATS "FAST - DAY.-Friday. accord '3ng. to the various public announcetnents, 'was set apart and held as a General Fast iThe long drought under which the colony 'bosbeen - suffering together with respect -and duty to the government, caused the in. habitants to keep the daiy with the greatest :'solerinity. The town was more quiet and the streets more empty than they are on 'Sundays; recreation by walking in the rafternoon, which is much practised on .Sunidays, was little resorted to. After dark.,the town more -resembled the " City &lt;if-the Dead" than a metropolis containing "29,000 living souls. No drunkenness was -seenand even the children and boys seemed tto have disappeared. Of course we did not inapect every -street and quarter of the town.' -We speak generally.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
SPIITITSAND TOBACCO. Siock on'hand the27th instant-l, p. ram gallons-brandy, 10,152 gallon s-ein 2476 o9ll.42 -other spirits, 9,765 gallons. Fig and Calian tobacco, 70,741 pounds-Brazil dito,13710 Cavendish unmanufactured ditto, 17,427 pounds-cl, Punds... pounds-snuff, 2,678 pounds. Received during the week-B P. rom, 533 all - brandy. 4,336 gala-gin, 1.800 gals-othe lpoits nil. Fig and Cuvendi.h tobacco, all-Bzr 'pditto, nil- nmanufactured ditth, nil-cigars, 2, tto -'null', ul Cias2,413 poenda Deliverted for home, consu mprion...Bp.r, 2,268 gallons-brandy, 831 gullons. ln, 194l 4 a -other spirits, nil. Fig and Gavendi tobacco ,s pounds-B~razilI ditto, nil-un nuatobaec itoi28 nil-cigars, 1,025 pounds-snuff, nil. dio Delivered for exportation-1s. P.rnm, 188 galln -brandy, 250 gals-gin, 87 gals-other as 5 ggsls. Fig and Cavendi.h tobaco ,5 pipunts58 Brazil ditto, nil-unmanufactured dictt ondl-ias, nil-snuff, nil. -,cgara, Stock on hand the 3rd instant-B; P. rum 85,103 gallons-brandy, 1...
THE GRESHAM LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
THE GRESHAM LECTURES, The Gresham Lectures onni mue~i bbi delivered on the last three dezys of 'eve term, Mr: Edward Tyulur, the 'Musie FI fessor, yesterday evening delivered thel of his lectures in Trinity Term, at 'theCi of London School: The suhject of" tie three lectures is, the VocalHearmony oft h Italian School in the 16th century;ithbei Mr. '1'alor's plan, as -he explined, in *tli he and succeeding coursed, to embrace tIe whole subject of vocal harmony in ever country wherethat grea t'branch of the a has been cultivated. In yesterday's lecture, which was of introductory niature,l Mr. Taylor set out illustrating' the impulse given to the art and to music among the rest,, by religi and 'commerce in the Italian states and Flanders, when Europe emerged fro the darkness of the middle ages. Heegat an interesting view of the state, of mnid in Italy during the 161h century, and e plained the circumstanices which gave ri to the introduction. 'of vocal harmon among the enmusezients. of...
English Extracts. ETON MONTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
English Extracts. ETON MONTEM.l. The celebration of this triennial ceremony took ilace yesterday. 'I he ceremony con sists in the procession of the Eton' boys dressed in schrlet and blue coats, 'at ording to their rank in the school, from the college at Eton, to the little hill or mount cal'ed 'Sailt-hill," on the Bath road. By 11 o'clock the town of Eton was filled with company, consistilng chiefly ofthe' parents and friends of £theEton boys, and the area before' the edllege preseutetl a gay and lively appear. ance front the multitudes of perpons ,ssembled Betwen 12 and 1 o'clbck 1-Her Majesty, accomipanied by. the Duchess of Kent, the Countess of Mulgriave,'and'at tendaintsarrtved at' the college, where she waq.received by Dr. Goodhall, the Provost, Dr Hawtrey, the head ma-ter, and the assistant-masters: Her *Majesty having witnessed, the ceremony of ,the sclinlars marching round the: great court. of the edilege, 'again entered "her cnrriage .nd proceeded' to Salt-hfll"to be prese...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 27th ult. to the 3rd instant, Inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
EXPORTS. Vessels, cleared from the 27th ult.. to the Srd instant, hnclusive.. October so-RAJAH,, 352 tons: Fergueson; master, for ~Java: in ballast. November 1-BROMLEYS, 220 Em Knox, master. for New Zealand, 13 boxes 6 kege tobaceo, 2 pipes brandy, 1 cask gin, I pipes S ogsheads arrack, mind snr hl stores, Additional contents In bark FELICfTY. Smnallatr for Calcutta, i1 bale cottons, S bales cabicn' I case un. case plated ware, I case cutlery, 1 case Zllkrcdfl5, s 'cases 2 trunks cloths, 'case "a, cas e boodks~,'Ica brandy. -bos1cm
MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 27th ult. to the 3rd inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
M AN I FESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 27th ult. to the 3rd nseat., is. clusive. October s0-MARIAN WATSON (schooner), 146 tons, llrend, master, from HobartTown, D. Egan, agent; 2 cases hats. Paul and Co-19 casks butter, Benjamin and Noars -9 hogsheads brandy, W Walker and Co-199 bags wheat, IS hogsheads brandy, R Campbell-140 bags pdta. toes, s0'casks ale, 55 bags wheat. I cask saddlery, 1o casks ,molasses. D Egan-lo bags potatoes, 21 boxes starch, S Peek and Co-253 bags wheat, Barkerand Hallen-4 cases books, .J Tegg-20 hogsheads brandy, Lamnb and Parburp -4 bags potatoes, T Gore and Co-2 bundles skins, A M'Gao and Co-3D hogsheads ale, 22 sheets lead, P W Flower-li casks butter, T Lake-160 bags potatoes, 20 kegs tobacco, W Brend-2 ca es cigars, Order. November 1-llOI'E (bairk), 273 tons. Devlin, master. from South Australia, ADecvlin, agent; 13 hogaheads gin, E Lee-3 boxes tobacco, 1l6 bundles whalebone. 17J. casksblack oil, 20 hogsheads beer, 21 spars, 100 tons coals, d Devtin. No...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
TO THE DOITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Adertiser.: Si, B, I perceive, that one of your contemporaries, which is edited by a publican, objects: to the general order lately promulgated by the Governor, namely, that after June next, all convicts assigned to-pubticanu, will he withdrawn. It is very natural for a publican to object to this. regulation; builwhenjan Editor of a Journal objects to it, and not. acknowledges he ls a phblican, tr. is proper ihatithe Governor anad the puhaic should tie appri cd of it. There is not an intellient and moral man .in the colony, free or freed, who will not 'applaud this order, unless helhe a publican. It is not to be expected that pnblicans will approve of it.: 13ut publicans are only a class of cnolonists in number about 400 ;.they are not t/e public. YouNs, &c ,
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
"Tna Ex~iLo~sIoN 'Aar GRAVgSEND.---Tbe' arduous explosion of blowing up the brig William, offGravesend. was acotmiplidieed' on Monday iafternoon.with splendid succeies The effect of the explosiota was distinctly felt all over Gravesend, and likewise-#a Milton,' Grays, and' Nortbfleet. The ap.. pearance from the shore' where no less tban 7 000 persons had assembled, was excee4; ingly grand, and difficult to describe. In stantly the powder in the cylinders ignited, a head of water, in the shape of a dome, and above 800 feet in circumference, wae forced to the' height of 70 feet. Frtip that wa- discharged a dense black vapour;. and remains of the wreck, masts, timbers, a planks, &ce..were completely, blowit k pof - the water to some distaooe, ; thie Yeas accident occured:t.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
Death. At Maitiand, on Saturday, the 27th instant, Elizabeth wife of Mr. William Eckford, and eldest daughter of the late Mr. George Muir. Her remains were deposited in the family vault, on the following Monday, followed by upwards of a hundred carriages and horsmen. In her death the poor have lost one, whose sympathies were ever alive to the calls of charity, and whose hand liberally relieved their wants.-" Those who give to the poor lend to the Lord."
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838
W1EDNE6DAY, Oc rosaR 31,. The Queen v. vPatrick Clarke.-The wife of defendant, who resides in Druilt street, appeared on behalf of her bu.band, to answer a summons for keeping a fero cious dog, without being duly registered and secured. Colocic' Wilson asked tbe *itneis if he had destoyed it as ('beinga consstaible) wits Itts duty ? He replied that be.had not, the woman having stated tbat it had' been duly registered. I he Colonel e riold the constable (letter E. No. 7) that he rendered himself liable to a fine for such neglect. The defendant was fined in the mitigated penalty of twenty shillings, and in default of payment to be imprisoned t fourteen days f Michael Murphy of Brougham Place, I was also fined twenty shilliags and costs, on his own confession, for keeping a fero cious dog, not duly registered nor secured Mr. James Wiltshire of George-street, appeared on. summons to answer the com plaint of Mr. George Mitchell, chief con stable, for harbouring a prisoner of the Crown il...