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

SALES BY AUCTION. . THE SURRY HILLS. -Eleven splendid Allotments, within a s •saLort distance of: the New Court .house and Gaol, belonging to. the .Estate of-the late Captain Richard Brooks, opposite West's Land and Cottages, on the South Head Road. MR, A. P 0 LAC. K AS'been commissioned to announce for Sale J- by Public Auction, at his Bazaar, in Sydney, -oil MONDAY. the 12th instant, at twelve o'clock, -a very important LANDED ESTATE, a Grant --from the Crown to the late Captain Richard Brooks, being bounded on thenor th-east by the southern side of the South Head Road, opposite West's Garden and Cottages; on the north west and -west by the reserved Sydney Common Road; and on the south and-south east by the Sydney Conmon Land; which, for the conveniency of the inhabitants, has been sub-divided into Eleven Spacious Allotments, -a brief description of which follows: Lot 1-Is at the corner of the South HIead and Sydney Common Road,to which it has a combined -frontage of 150 ft., fron...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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EMIGRATION TO ENGLISH COLONIES AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

EMlIGRATION TO ENGLIII COLONS AND THE UNITED STATES. A''Report from Mr. Elliot, Agent-Gn-" ernal for Ecmigraiion fronl the United King dom, to the Seretairyvof Stute fdorthe-Ccil: onies, is -one'of the 'Parliamentary lpiipers delivered this week. It is an interetting document ; supplying proof of the great extent to which emigration is constantly going on, and suggesting important conse quencies, proximate and remote, which must result frorih a judicious or tnis'aken direction of it. Assistance has been given, under the authority of government. and with the public funds, to persons desirous of emigrating to New South \'ales and Van Diemen's Land ; and Mr. Elliot statis, that although at first ' there was not much alacrity to emirate from lrnland in the public vessels.' there is now no reluctance. ' \Ve have found no difficulty (he says) in filling four ships already (in the present 3ear), from the county of Kent alone; and have numbers of ca-'didates' there besides, whom we have bee...

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Emigration from the Western Islands of Scotland to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

Emigration from the Western d Islands of Scotland to Australia. c When Lord Brougham tells us that g Englancd has prospered, not in consequence c of the Act of Elizabeth, but in spite ot it, r and triumophantly refers us -to Scotland, in which a poor-law is in practice less strin- 4 gent than in England. we naturally turn to t Scotland. Five eilhths of the latter belong to what are called the Highlands and Western Islands ; the remndnini three- I eighths form the Lowlands, the inhabitants of which amount to five-sixths of the whole The Lowlands possess the advantages i of Yorkshire and Lancashire for manu farturing goods, and are rapidly advancing c in wealth and importance. The demand for c labour is great. and the towns not only c serve to drain the .surrounding districts of I superabundant hands. but receive constnnt supplies from the Highlands rnd from Ir, land. In the Lowlands, a ,poor-law would be little more than a tax for the aged and infirm ; for a redundancy of hands canno...

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

Unio' Bank of Australia. capital £500,000 in Shares of £9tS each. ONE HALF TO BE RESERVED FOR. THE COLONIES. - London Board of Directors. Geo. Fife Angas, Esq. I C. Hindley. Esq., M. P. Robt. Brooks, Esq. Chas. E. Mangles, Esq, Jas. J. Cummins. Esq. 1 James Norris, Esq. John Gore, Esq. ! Philip Oakden, E-q. R. Gardner, Esq. Man- Jas. Ruddull Todd, Esq, chester. Chris. Rawson, Esq., Li-1 Thos. Sands, Esq,, Li verpool. I verpool. T HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed, that J the List for the allotment, at par of the Colonial Shares of this Company is now open, and applications will be received until the ist De cember, when a Meeting of the Local Board will take place for the distribution of the Shares re served for this Town. Prospectuses and every information may be had of J. C. M'Laren Esq., the Inspector, at Messrs. Gore & Co's, Spring-street, to whom all letters of application are to be addressed. Sydney, November 1, 1838. Union Assurance Company of Sydney. A GENERAL MEETI...

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

Marriage.     By special licence, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. J. M'Garvie, Mr. John Bibb, architect, to Miss Sarah Thom- son M'Intosh, of Sydney. Deaths. At Collingwood, the 2nd instant, James Richard, son of Mr. George Blackett, aged six and a half months. At Maitland, 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 horsemen. In her death the poor have lost one, whose sympathies were ever alive to the calls of charity, and whose hand literally relieved their wants. "Those who give to the poor lend to the Lord."

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 November 1838

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. On Monday night, the Maitland, from London with emigrants. Typhus fever is raging amongst them, she -has therefore gone into quarantine.

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

Police News' On Monday night about one o'clock,.constable Mathias Maher, saw a sailor named Robest Kane, in a state of intoxication making down George street, closely followed by a man well known at the Police-office, named Robert Hunter. About half an hour afterwards, upon Maher going upon the 'Queen's wharf, he observed the sailor lying upon the broad of his back, and a jacket under his head which Hunter had previously worn, while Hunter   had upon his back the jacket of the sailor. Maher immediately took Hunter into custody, notwith- standing his protesting that he was the shipmate of the sailor, whom he called " Jack.'" . Upon the road to the watch-house he threw down the con- stable, and several times attempted to take out a knife. Maher however succeeded in securing him, and upon searching his pockets found, besides the jacket, £1 12s, and a knifc. When before the Police, prisoner stated it was a mistake of the con- stable. The real facts were, that he fell in com...

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

LORD JOHN RUSSELL i. beyond all comparison the ablest man in the whole Administration ; and to such a degree is he superior, that the Govern ment could not exist a moment without him. If the fioreign secretary were to retire, we should no longer be nibbline ourselves into disgrace on the coast of siain. If the amiable Lord Gleneig were to leave us, we should feel secure in our colonial pos=essions. If Mr. Spring Rice were to go into holy orders, great would be the joy of the three per cents. A decent good looking head of the Government might easily enough be found in lieu of Viscount Melbourne ; but in five minutes after the departure of Lord John, the whole Whig Government would be dis solved into sparks of liberality, and splin ters of Reform. There are six remarkable men, who, in d fferent methods, and in different degrees, are now affecting the intere-ts of this country--the Duke of Wellington, Lord John Russell, Lord Hrougham, Lord Lyndhurst, ,Sir Robert Feel. and O'Cunnell. Gr...

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Present conduct of the British Navy towards British Merchants residing abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Present conrduct of the British Navy towards British MMerchants residing abroad. Important intelligence has been received front Bahia. After three days' fighting.and tttu i slaughter, the insurgents werr driven out by the troops of the Imperial Government. About sixty houses anti a .connsiderable quantity of merchandise were destroyed by the ingurgents, who set fire to the tow? in two places. Business had ,recommernced ,and nil was quiet when the last accounts were despatched. Now that trade there will resume its regular channels, and perhaps specie may be ocichsiutmally sent to.England, it is .pos sible iltht the commanders of some of the British men of war, who were so careful not to give aid and security to British merchants during time late disturbances; may find the station off Bahia an agreeas ble one. The Captain of the Samarang nmay.return from Rio. That vessel sailed from .Bahia, leaving only two bligs of war, though a requisition from the British merchants was presented to...

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 1838. Before Mr. Justice Burton and a Civil Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Law Intelligence. •SUPRF.M1E COUltT-CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, NOVIMBER 8Tir, 1838. 'Before dMr. Justice Burton and a Civil Jury. Thomas Holden, (fifty years old) was indicted for the wilful murder of his wife, Mlary Holden, at Patrick's Plains, on the 13thL day of October last. Plea, Not Guilty. It napeared that the deceased, who was a priso. ner of tile Crown. to whom the prisoner had been two years married, b'tre a very indife'rent character previously to her death. On the morning of the day samed itn the indictment, between the hours of six and seven, the pris mer was seen by a youth named Guthledge, to hurry out of his house in a great pIssion, flourishing a weapon resembling the back of a ch iir or leg of a stool above his head, and muttering to himself, and which he flung away. tuthledge on arliving at the spot f.tutd the de ceased lyingsenseless on her back, by the side of the chiLtlney, outside the house. Thotmas Cir.v, ly, a, shepherd, deposed-that on that nmorning about nin...

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DEPARTURES. None since our last. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

DEPARTURES. None since our last. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. ii. 4M. S. Beagle, for Launceston and Port Phillip, tllia day. ('nle?llta, for Bo3mbhay, to. nmorrosw. La'dy Filtzherbert, M1alrit nus, Ill in-tant Jlin'1, NiortOlk -land. saute day. Ktt, Port Phillip, same day. Alar,'/ha, for New Zealand. sanme day. Cape, Parke!, far Fi-Ihe y, 13th instant. tllaria'r t IIat.son, for IHoI hart Town, 1'tth instant. J).'spatc/h, for Manillitilu, 14th instant. Jnte,ril.y, to; the Eastern Isles. 15th instatnt. Lady Mary Pethamn, South Australia, via Port Phillip, 15 h instant. Cnrolmandel, New Zealend, same 'day. Aberrrunmbie, for Hobart Tatwn, 16th instant. John I I'Lellan, for New Zealand. 17th instant. Hlope (Derlin, taster), for Port Phillip and youth A+sttalin, 18th instant. P'aalrnya, for India, 20th instant. It'l,'iam, for Launceston, 18th instant. 'Lad1l Gipps, on a sealing voyae ', 25th instant. Eliztabethl for New Zealand, same d.ay. lDrytade, for London, 26th int S':AID 0tN, DOUT TIME OF ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

~,ippfng ) iteUigencr. ARIaVAL. On Wednescday, tke schooner Bessj, Camernn; mister, from Moreton`l~ay the 2nd in~tant. Lading _Wond, bricks, felleoe, &c. P'assengrers "Mr. Jaicksiiu, and two corporals and two prlvates of the 2ýtli rerimrnt, with two women and four children ; also, twelve men and tive women, expirecs.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

eUn-1CX.L B1..PnTrs.-Some of our Contempo tarie permit their .Rep'rters totake such garbled reports of judicial matters, as to require them after wvards to apolgise. +For instance, the fo:lowing appeared in the Colonist of tlic3lst ultino.: TtE BusanaR.or.V~ Acr.-U?nder this head, there ap. peared a paragraph in Tau COI.(?'IST of this day week, reflecting on the condllct of M1r. Campbell, the Police Magistrate of Parramatta, in htaviln? subjected to .unune cessary hardship a free emigirant whom the comstables had alpprehenled on suspicion of being a runaway convict. The particulars of the case have since been placed belore us in an authentic form, and we feel it due t". Mr. Campbell to say, that he did nit at all overstep the stlict line of his duty, and we regret that our reporter shonld have been so imperfectly informed as to have led to the animad. versions wrferredLto.-Colonist, October 31. 'This we copied into a former numiber, but Our compositor. omitted to affix the name of t...

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Prospectus OF THE INTENDED BANK TO BE CALLED THE "UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

,rospee axs "OF THE INTENDED BANK TO BE CALLED' THE " UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA." In the etablishment of a Bank of 'Issue and D.,p *sit under the above tit'e,. the :Directors are chiefly impiressed with a coo .v ction' of the importance of meeting the 'iecreasededemnlud for capital in the Austrai lasian Colonies, and are desirous in the .establishr.ent of their Hanks in New South VWales, Van Diemen's Land. and other Aus 'iralasian 'settletmets, to identify, to the ot 'iuost of their power, the interests of the ,Coloriists with their own. - .The Directors are ftilly.persuaded,'thnt in Fno part of the world can capital be mnore :advantageously or securely employed thati Sin Austrulasia, where the bank interest is.8 per cent. and the current rate considerably bhigher; and where the dividends of the 'Colonial Banks have hitherto averaged full .I "5 per cent. per unuumn. An important advantage in the present . v4adertak~ing,-.is the. contemplated junction of one af,.themost profitable Bank...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

NEWVS OF THE DAY. THE TLHEATRE. OTHrLLO was performed last ni.rht-to a tolerable house at half-price 'it was very well performed, though we think wve have seen it to more advantage. One cause of complaint arises from the talk ng,-which the audience indulge in. That this un mannerly bearing should distinguish -the PIT in Ihis C.lony, especially after ha!f. price, when maniy are drunk, we are not surprised at ; but that ýentleiaien in .the boxes should be guilty of it, is as rude as it is unjust to those wlho pny-their money to hear the actors. T'hree ) oung uren in the box we were placed. leaned bnak and chat tel, making sport of the finest poetry in the world, well delivered .by .Knowles, .iin nons, and Mi-s \Vinstanlev. They chose the tragic bed room scene too as the fittest nccasion for their jokes They intimated they .wer' wa!iting for.the Farre, and ex pressed their vacancy in divers attemrns at humour, lint unhappilly they f ailed, leaving us wi hlrut con pen cation. In London ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. The followoing is a List of all the Auctions wltih Toll be held between this cad our next number. THIS DAY. PO LACK; A., at Bazaar, at 12-Barouches, and 3 se't double HaCrness. JAQUES, Mr., at Castle Market, at l0--Bu!locks, Cows and Calves, also a pgocd Gi. Hiuse. SIlMMONS & Co. at Rooms at 11-1000 Acres Land at Bathurst. EVENING SALE. WILSON, J. T., at Rooms, at 7-Fancy Goods. TO.MORROW. BYRNES. JAAMES. at Parramatta-an entire Horse, also, a flat-bottom,erd Barge. Balk of Australasia, Incorporated by Royal Chbarter. A PROSPECTUS being in circulation issued by the Projectors of the 'Australian Agri cultural Bank, at Adelaide, in South Australia, in which it is stated, that deposits intended for the proposed Bank, may be paid into the establishments of this Corporation in the Colonies; or, in London, to the Agent of the Australian Agricultural Bank, Frederick Boucher Esq., who is therein stated to be the Secretary of the Bank of Australasia. Not...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Deaths. At Glenfield, on the 4th instant, after a long and painful illness,Mrs. Throsby, Senior. On the 27th of October last, at his residence near Campbell-town, Mr. William Davies, aged 33, a Native of this Colony, and much respected by a numerous circle of Friends.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

DEPARTURES. July I. Sir David Ogleby, Hutchlns, 150 tons, for Manilla -Sundries. 5 W:-terwitch, 47, for Port Phillip,-S3nndries. - H. M. S Conway, Bethune, for Eastern isles. - H. M. S. Pelorns, lHarding, for New Zealand. - Ranger, Scott,,5 , for Purt Phillip-ballast. 8 Renown, G- rdon, 31 t, Java-ballast. - Gauges, M'1)onald, 430, for London-Wool and oil. -- Lucy Ann, Richards, 213. for Sperm Fishery-Whaling Stores. - Le Jeune Elise, Giraud, 322, for Batavia-B-allast - Ellen, Dixon, 352, for Sourabaya-llallast. - Henry Bell, Wesly, 174, for Silgaore-1Ballast. - Jane, Miller, 289, for Batavia-Ballast. - siren, Monro, 141, for Port Phillip-Sundries. II Woodlark. Grimes, 2:36, for Sperm Fishery-Stores, - Alerte, Salcedo, 375, for Valparaiso -l-allast. - Aberdeenshire. Smith,402, for Sourabaya-Ballast. I llenry, Buonley, 250, for Mauritius,-3Ballast. - Maria, Balantync, 28, for B3atavia-Ballast. - Willl.m, Thomn, 11. for Launceston-Sundries. 16 Abercromble, Butcher,143, for HobartTown-...

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Arrivals and Departures, From 1st July to 30th September last' AT AND FROM PORT JACKSON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Arrivals and Departures, From 1st July to 30th September last' AT AND FROM PORT JACKSON. ARRIVALIS. July 1. Amelia Thompson, Dawson, 477 tons, from Ply mouth-Emigrants. I William, Thom, 141, from Lannceston--Wheat. 2 Denmark Hlill, Brown, 250, from Newcastle-Coals. 3 Abercrombie, Butcher, 143, from Hobart Towln-Sun dries. - Siren, Bell, 141-put back through stress of weather. 5 Integrity. Pearson, 22o, from lHobart Town-Sundries - Marian Watson, Shorter, ls5,-from Hobart Town-Sun. dries. - Ann Gales, Giles, 304, from Hobart Town-Merchlan. dise. - Isabella, Mortan, 128, from Moroton Bay-Government Stores. 8 tic Mac. Beers, 145, from Sperm Fishery-Oil. Nereus, Ilutcher, IllD, from Sperm Fishery-Oil. 10 City of LonUou, Reynolds, 3,2, from London-Mer lchandise. 11 lRichmond, 340, from Sperm Fishery-Oil. 15 Britomart, II. M. S., from Cape of Good I fope. - Cicttia, Walker, 247,from London-Merchaonlise. 14 Janet Izet, Jamleson, 17, from Lelth-Merchaudise. M- agnet, Bruce, 147, from New Ze...

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English Extracts. OPENING OF THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

English Extracts. OPENING OF THE GREAT WESTERN. RAIL WAY. The first prtion of this stupendaus and important undertaking having been conm -p!eted to Maidenhead (a dultance of nearly twenty-four miles from London by rail way, and twenty-seven by the road,) an experimental trip was on Thursdaly made by the Directors and a large party of their friends, including several Members of both tlouses of P'arlistment and scientific gentle men. This Railway may well claim for itself the title of " Great," for it throws complletely into the shade all those lines already opened to thl:e public, whether wve regard the magnitude of the scale upon which the arrhnogements have been made, the pJower nrid spjeed of the engines pro. viled, or the extent of the tiaflic whicb it cotemplales, from the imnmedliae con nection between its Bristol terminus and the United States of America. There are four descriptions of carriages, all of which are about twelve 'feet in height, from the ra Is to the top. The eng...

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