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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

Van Diemen's.Land.' CATraIN MAChNocUrIs, LAT~ PrIVATr, SIosTARa TO SIRa JOHN FRANKLIN. I'Le dismissal by Sir John Franklin of his Private Secretary, Captain Macoriochie, w as, in our opinion, fully justified. The Captain, after' :he. had been nine Ilitte ,uontlhs in the Colony. wrote home.private letters on Convict Discipline. These letLers w*ere pubi.i hed in London. Their endetiny went to sbew, that the Convict Discipline :stablfshed by` Colonel Arthur - was too severe Sir John Frankl n was kept in complete i:norance'of this act of his pri va'e and confidential /riend and Secretary. Ca;,tain AMaeonochie can apolouise for this act of public and private duplicity:, only by p;leading imbecility of judgment O.º all other pleas, he would saddle himself with the chu.racter of being a double-faced friend. With respect to Captain Maconochie's opinions on Convict Discipline, we have read them. We think them the hasty opinions of a weak man, who, on so inm portant a subject, would venture i...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. SUPPLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

BYDNEY MONITO1R , COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVE.?I BEI 7, 1838. SothinX eatenuate, cur aught set down in maltee.-SuAKU. SUPPLEIZINT. TVe refer to our Suplplement of Iie;s dny, 'or our Ileading articles, and other use!ul -informntion.

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HILL COOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

HILL COOLIES. We copy the following from a contem porary ( ,ustral,?n) "When I was in Sydney, at tile time AMr. lM ickay was there" (says it genrleitlln iow returne.l to Calcuttra), " it was proplsed to hive a law passed .suajecting themli, (the CoG.lies) to cl porral plntish itlnt,. n hearitngil. thlli I wited on tile Governor, antd requenteud his comideral'ioin tof the ria4ht$ of thele people, whI were not -ulj-.ct to such ullllish tieat in their ovwn coutry, who certainly woulid never he grit to colmie, if they heard that they were lialte o lie 1 gte.I (pIrticularly as pu-ple are fligeil it New Sonth WVales.) air. 1tiurke instantly quieted all may apprehenlsinus on that subject.'* * " Before we 'oummnent on the lp'posal to Sir Iticitard BlIotke oscribed here to Mr Muackie, the cintrac or for Eist Indian emigrants to this port. we would first ask hinm if it he true ? And it true, on what principle did he wi-h the I w to he rendered the law ofaslavery to be enacted in this Colony a...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Colonial Wine. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

ORIGINAL COlRRIESPONDENCE.' Colonial Wine. IVLNE-MAKING.-We have seen a letter from a aro wer of f l;lapts Who wislles to site a wine cotll ptany establi.head to hlay the graapea eof the seltlers. WVhen ral'lpes fetch fronl one Ipenly to sixpence Ipe Ih., ia..te.d i lita" n f i firapellre to tw .a hil.ig. as at ipresent, it will le thne enouiit ha to talk oif a wine companllliiy. All tlhe glrap's in the Colony made ilto wine would unot supplliort a wine colllpa.ly at pIlecrt. Man. ED1TOa, I have ft?r too eond an opinion of your judgment, and umor patrtic, to suillnee. that the stupidl paragraph which I qone above, fromi your col!unis, fouind its ad mission to iheml with your sit ictioni. You have hitherto with great. z al, and paroplrtionaite tability. advocated the culti v;ation of the Vine in this col 'ny. and just when it is proba'l e that your recoltlmendi tion may be taking effect, you admit to your columns such -"iischievous nonsense ,s thi.s-calculated ejlhally to check th. i...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Since writing our notice, we have ascertained, that the proprietors of the two Adelaide journals do not send "such papers as have been published, by the FIRST vessel -that leaves their port for Sydney. For instance: by the Hope, we did not receive a single paper; by the Specula. :o?r, which left Adehldde eleven dlays afterwards, we re ceived three from each of the Adelaide newspaper offices, ?n?mely, the 22nd Septemnber, tile 29th September, and the Gth October. Now, the Hope left Adelaide the 2nd October, and the .'pectelator eleven days afterwards, namely the 14th October. By the Hope, therefore, we should have received papers of all September. By the Speculator, we should have received papers of dates the 6th and 13th -October. flow stands the fact? By the Hlope we did not receive a single jomunal by the Speculator we have (since writing the above) received three, namely, 22na and 20th September, and 6th October; but not the 13th October, which we ought to have...

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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 — 7 November 1838

Oi .cecIp - ltctrorole irns 'Unlbe. `VARIATIONS 01F TIIERIMOMIETP.R+ &C. &C.--TA1PEN AT 9 IN TItEI MORNING. 12 AT NOON. AND 6 IN TIlE EEVRNINt LP.RSPCTIL ELY. WVDNPesoDA 31.. 76 84 80 NE Huet wind T'HUItSDAY.. 1.. 68 61 NE Cloudy FnRIDAY ... 2.. 60 61 NE Clear S-TURDAY .. 3.. 60 74 68 NE ditto ? cNDAY....'. . 54 0 586 SE Raillny -MONDAY... 5.. ....53 60 SE Cloudy 'TODKDAY .... 6.. 54 68 63 SE d,:to Meab Temp. 65 o

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Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

Canada. (Not having met with the fnllowing in our English papers, we copy it from the S/,dney Gazeltl.) ' (From the New York Journal of Comnerce, June o, ) BvRNinG or THE SIR RonB$R PEEL. A letter from Watertown, J.:ff'rson Co ,if the 2nd inlInnt, published in the Alban. 4rgus., stas'e hat ten persona have already been cornimted to jail in that town, as par. ticipators in the outrage. All except one are C'inadian refu2ees. The whole nuobe, of persons engaged in the transaction wa6 21 or '22. It has been "nscertijned, snys the left r" that'these niuriruders hd two'encamn pment on an n iland in the St. Lawrence, called Abel's I-land, ubout midway between French Creek. and Well's island, aL which they ihail rendrzvoused a -hort time betorce their attack. It is probable that a American citizens were. associated them,- but the perpetrators were a persons. from the British provinces, assigned as the motive for destroyin boat, the desire to retaliate for the b their property in Canada. The...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

DI ARY. MAEMORANDDUM.T.FOf TIlE E NSUING WF?.R. II Hilh Water, 10 45 A. nt.-- 11 0 . t. 8 I High WVater, 11 .16 A. a.- 11 35 P. ri. 9I Hi?-h Waler, 11 5i A. IA.- 0 0 P. M. Full Moon-30m. past 10 A. M. 10 ] High Water, 0 29 A. s?.- . 0 36 p.. s. 11 Ihigh Water, 1 15 A. nt.- .2 35 p. iz. 121 High Water, 2 30 A. M.- -3 6 P. a. A13 1 High Water, 3 33 A. at.- 4 5 P. as. "Sun rises, s?. past 5.- Sets 52m1. past 6.

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Hint to the three Police Magistrates of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

EZmit to the three Police Magistrates of Syd iey. Extrccl from the Morning Chronicle. 'ON%.NTRRFEREtaCc OF TIuZ POLIC T IN CASES CF .Ass.AnLT.-Numeious complaints, have lately been madcag-inst the officers of the Police, for refusing to take into custody persons who had comimitted violent assaults, merely because they were not pre. aent, and" did not see the assault committed. At the late Middlesex Sessions, a case of assault was tried -whose a respectable female was struck a violent •blow by a fellow, which broke the bridge of her ,nose and othe'rwviseseverelv injured her. She s'ated, that immediately after the assault was conimmitted, a policemam came-up, but refused to take charge of -the cowardly assailant, stating that it was contrary to the regulationis of the force, lie not having wit nessed the assault, from the effect, howtvcr, of ,which he could see she was sufifring. The Chair Sman (Mr. Sergeant Adams) said he was aware that, .in so doing, the policeman had tmerely acted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. The following is n List of all the Auctions "uhich will be held betrceen this and our nert numb.r. TIIIS DAY. HEBBLEWHITE, WV. at Rooms, at Eleven o'clock, Land at Jerry's Plains; also, Horses. WILSON. J. T. at Rooms, at Eleven o'Clock, Woolpacksa, Ilgging, I romnongery, &e. BLACKMAN, Mr, at ' Royal lotel', at Twelve o'Clock, valuable Mill, Cottage, &c. in Liver pool, also, three capital Houses in Clyde-street, two Cottages. wi'h Gardens, in Cumberland-st. Bnild:ng A!lotments i. l'arramatta. SIMMONS, i. & CO. on the Premises, valuable property in Sussex and Lirverpool-treets, Title Grautfromn the Crown. TO MORROW. BLACKMAN, Mr. at Rooms. Regent Terrace, Ilunter-street, Gold Watches,Wines, Perfumery, Furniture, &c. SOLOMON, M. at Rooms, at Eleven o'Clocks, Vinegar, Portr:r, ine., Merchandise, &e. WILSON, J. T. at Rltoms, at Eleven o'Clock. Muslins, Draperies, and Ladies' Fancy Goods The Worship of the, Cat holic Ch...

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DIVINE RIGHT, &c. "The Legislature of a Colony is all but sacred.—(Bishop Broughton.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

DIVINE RIGHT, &c. " The Legislature of a Colony is all but sacred.- (Bishop ]roughtou.) Divine right, and "all-but-sacred," rights, dignities, immunities, and prescrip tions, were sadly profaned the other day by Earl Fizrwilliamn in the House of Lords. We hiave been so sh;jcketl by the " all-but. blasphemy," of the noble Earl, that we cannot but lay before our readers the short debate in which His Lordshlp gave vent to his disloyal not to say seditious opinions. The following is an extract from the Morn. Chron.

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THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

THE&ATE. On Monday, for the first, time in -this colony, Coleman's pWay. of ". The Battle of Hexham,'" wads performed. We do not know what interest thi' piece might have created, if the performers had been perfect in their parts; as it was, their continual hesitations as to what they should say next, m:ade it impossible for us to stay longer than two acts. WVe shall not particiularaze who were deficient, for we muight hit on some innocent person, whose hesitation might be the effect of vexation and con fusion of mind. owing to the vacanit empty headed- stare of the def.ulters. We will however do Simmons the justice to say that he appeared. pretty perfect in his part of Gregory Gubbins. The Battle of Hex ham was faught between the houses of York and Lancaster, and the defeat of Hleriry the VI, or rather his Queen Mar garet, her capture by robbers &e , form the chief incidents of the piece. If Mr. \Vyatt does not mulct the performers fur defi ciency in their. parts, th...

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HOUSE OF LORDS, MAY 28, 1838. THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

HOUSE OF LORDS, M1AY 28, 1839. THE CORONATION. The Mavquess of Londonderry presented a petition, agreed to at a public meeting of the merchants, manuflacturers, tcadesmtien, and other inhabitants of London and WVest tins:er held at the Freemasons' Tavern on the 14th instant, praying that the coro nation might be postponed until the month of August; and that it might then be con ducted on a scale of grandeur befitting the ,ccasion. The noble marquess pressed the prayer of the petition on the attention of their lordships; and expressed' his deep taken the course which they had adopted on the subject. 't'hey had 'refused to listen to representations such as thatrwhich he hadjoust submitted to their lordships ; but they had not refused to listen to a petition of a different kind, namely, for permitting a fair to be held for two days in Hyde-park. He would not trouble tbeir'lordships at present; but, before the ceremony, he t would take an opportunity of moving an address to her Majesty ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. Election of Chairman of Quarter Session. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

NEWVS OF THE DAV. Election of Chairxman of Quarter Sessionz. . Yesterday, the Mag?istrates .o Sydney assembled st 12 o':lock according to anlnouncemlent, in the Fred Court at the Police Office. and itn pursuance pf the act of Council on that behalf, proceeded to the election of a Chairman of Quarter Sessions. The Candidates were W'illiam Montague Manning Iq.. Samuel R:tymonnd I~q. L L. D., and W. 1-1. Kenr Esq. Colonel Wilson, who presided as Chairman .upon the occasion. would before they conammenced -business, draw their attention to a clause in the act under which they had assembled. It ordained, that the Miinautes of the proceedings nmu't he signed by nill the Mlagistrates before they were transmitted to the Colonial Secretary. He called their attention to it thus early, because It had been - s,. ,s,n t.., t. sun. i..,.....l sl. t tlriL IIl Clavillsl salia was elected, inst.ead of ?rcnmainitg and signing the ?minutes. l-Iaving waited for the arrival of some of the tIlagistrates w...

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CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

CALCUTTA. From the Bengal Herald, July 1, 1818. It appears that a requisition has been made to the"Sheriff of Calcutta, to call a meeting of the inhabitants for the pur pose of petitioning the Government' to suppress Cooly Exportation ; and it would seem, th,?t it is high time that such a mani festatton--sh»uld be made, and expression given to public feeling on the su ject ; for cases are every day brought both before the Calcui:a as well as the Mofussil A1a. cistrates, of kidnapping for the piurpo a of exportation. The evil has evidently grown tob a tionatrous height, and public ap ithy i.t the matter would be disracefut. The WVhig Government is certainly a very - trange one. Coming into power on reforim pr neiples, they adopt and -avow the des potic principle in respect of the Colonies; and as far as India is concerned, while that examplary reformer is- busy about his levelling acts here, his colleague, LorU. Glenelg, smuggles through an order in Council, the operation of whiLb, i...

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[?] & MONITOR COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER [?] MORNING, NOVEMBER 1838.[?] extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKE[?]. HAMLET. CRITICISM CONTINUED, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

ca? MONITOR S C D iAERCIAL ADVERTISER ey 'ESDAY MOIlNINO, NOVEMBIER 1838. erten?ute, nor aught set doen in malice.-Saratc. uld _ Cit H AWILET. :ea CRITICISM CONTINUED, je essnerer assumned a mIore beautiful form than is chiaracttr of Os,lhli I. The p;athetic strain she warblese frth in her distraction; are the Uaý tit of ancient ballads that were highly s r in the days of Shakespeare, and of which ?i t himsl gices so'inter'esting a character.' l irk it, Cesarisi,-it ij.oll and plain; ,pihsters and thi. knitters in the s.un, y te free lmaids that weave their tllread with aie to ch:lint it. it is shily, sooth, d.dllie with the innocence of love, Sethe old age." nC of these precinus relics have reached its in r?entire form; others, in a niltil,.ted and itm e ntlrnditin ; and very many have as vert eluded a?n't intin-try of antiqul;lrian restirch. Snlet's advice to the players, contains tihe jnstest I of the drain:stic airt. It l is been mlaid, that i'speare gathered then;m from his "fe...

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Convict Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

Convict Discipline. The following appeared in the Austra. litn of the l t instant. If true, the system of Convict Discipline which could allow of such circumpstances as are related of the convict M'Kenny, must be very had : " Three men named M*Kenny, M'Nulty, and Bar ber, were apprehended on Monday under the follow. ing circumstances:.-- ticket-of-leave man, named Wood, who had just arrived from Invermein, put up at Mr Bryan's public-house in Liverpool-staeet, and having taken refreslhment,tretched hiamself on a form in the tap.room, laying his jacket (a new blue one) by his head, and fell to sleep. The prisonerM' Kenny, who is attached to the Hyde Park Barrack, entered the tap-room in the interim, and went away again, and when Wood awoke,; his jacket, in the p)cket of which was hal money, and a silk handker chief, were gone The landlady, who knew M'.Kenny by sight, told Wood that he had been in the tap. On mtondt.y i'Kenny went to a butcher in Bathurst street and offered the jacket...

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SIR GEORGE ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

SIR GEORGE ARTHUR. (From the Launceston A.dvertaser, October 4.) We have our regular files of English papers by the M2inerva, np to the 27th May inclusive. When we wrote last week on Sir George Arthur's reply to the 'otonfo Constitution Reformers, we little expected to find the injudicious sternness with which that document was characterized, made a practical feature in his Excellency's Ad-. mii?itiation. We beg our readers atten tion to the following, which we take frose the Examiner of the 20th May: they wi I 'ied the views expressed by us last week of >ir George's rebuke of the Toronto . Re. formers, he being the nominee of a Rte'orm Ministry, fully supported by our English contemporary; while his Excellency's per tinacious denial of mercy, is made the sub ject of severe and just rebuke. THE CANADAS. EXECUTIONS FOR TREASON. New York papers to the 21st ult inclu sive have been received.' 'They bring ad vices from Upper Canada -of the 12th. Sutherland, Dr. I h liHer, and Walter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

OR LOND.ON DIRnECT. A REGULAR TKADER, hip FLORENPIA, A.1. 452 tons register, H. Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; has the rt of her ;lead weight on board,. and will her usual punctuality ; is well armed, tugeon, and has, ?uperioraccommodations gers. For freight or-passage, apply. to. W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George. street. For London Direct. T HE fine bark" HYGEIA," 377 tons Register, Capt. Hannah. Has the greater part of her dead ieight engaged, and nick despatch for the above Port. ght or passage apply to HUGHIES & HOSKING, Albion Wharf. 22nd October, 1838. For ?Tobart Town, - T- HE fine fast-sailing and L well-known schooner ' MARIAN WA'rTSON," ster, having the major part of her cargo ill meet with the quicl.est despatch. lit or passage, apply to the matter on to Mr. I)aniel Egan, at the Hobart Launceston Packet Offie,, Lowr" et. t Phillip & South Australia. r' T il? E fine first-c:lqls flst IL sailing ship " HOPE,'' S A Dvlin, Commander, will sail for the abo...

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THE COUNCIL. Comments on its proceedings, by ASMODEOUS, a writer in a Contemporary. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

THE COUNITCIL. Comments on ift proceedings, by ASaSODEOUS, a write, in a Contem?porary. `° It .is apparent, throughout the pub li-hed proceedings, that His Excellency has evtr been more anxious to draw out the sentiments of other members, than forward to inculcate his own ; and it is no less evident, that, nmidst mtuch " frank ness" of speech, and much " bonhlomnie" of disposition, there is exhibited in HI-is Excellrncy's conduct of the business of this session, a shrewdness of character, anti a culture of mind, which could not fuil duly to appreciate the peculiar excellencies of our colonial tacticinns. Huow great, f.r instance, must have been his admiration, when the- first note of opposition to the depairtmental arrangement contemtlated by the " Ordnance Property Bill," was raised by the anxiety of Mr. Berry, ahd his friends over the water, to open a pas snge to the North Shore (1)-or, when the same redoubtable champion' of rum-built churches and houses (2'), and runm paid bishop...

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