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

Police 1News. 4 SSAUL'rT.-TrOelph lHoyle and Daniel Dolan, both soldiers of thIee llth Iegii.ront, we.re rhlareed, the former with a~s..iiltihiw Constable i3Byle, and the latter witll enlderavouin, to prevenu his. comlrade being taken to the -,watchll-hnl?:. . (n.) lndal evesning, seeilng a womani n e;lllld ?l.tllr Ann Savilh;, in ithe cmpanly of two solliers. ne;,r isrs. i5kl'sod's, the BIarley Moiwiitule-: tlinikinie that-she mighit lie a pIisoner,. civilly asked herww ho he waI' Slihe r .plied. that she .waa.free, to which Bivle said, ver. well--the solditIR tald the wr.ianl nt to mind him; the womnlan aid llIivle wvalked ldown the street, a shlrt distance togehl*l'r; tite vwrintan tillned into her o?n h0lou-e, and ovlhe walked on, followed bh' the two soldiers,. When he arrivehl at hisi iwn door, they wanted himi to.fi ht, anld .floyvl's coimpanion (who is*nnot known) attymptei to seize. Buyle's staff. They then ran iff, and 13,y Ile fiollowed'fir -the pur pose of going to the g...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, 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 Extracts 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 Editor, with a map. Edinburgh, 1838. Mummel. Goulburn Plains, 10th February 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Immigration. iF'e recommend the following 'little owk to tAhe Sperusal of our readers.-En. SyD. MON.] ISHREE YEARS' PRACTICA IEKPERIENCEOF A SETTLER IN NEW SOUTH WALES; being Extracti from Letters to hIris Friends in Edinbuhrh, from 1834 to 1837; with a Preface by the Editor, - and an Appendix, containing Notes and Informa 'tion fir all classes of intending Emigrants, from the latest; An:horities and authentic Documents. Second Edition; with a map. Edinburgh, 1838. "fumrnel. Goulburn Plains, 10th February, 1885. Mr DEAR E-, When I went down to 'Sydney., did not sleep at Mr. Barker's, as =- should have done, as he has removed from his house at the Mills to Rossly n s-&Iall, at Wooloomnooon, about as far as INewington from Edinburch. His house ris built of the finest white stone like m-arble, fiat roofed, commanding a-view of 'the seda and all Sydney, and is more like a =palace than a private house. All the wood ris the finest polished cedar, fretted roof, -Turkey carpets, and...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE." LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

!SYDNEY MONIT?UR S CU?BMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MIOItING, NOVEMIIER 9, 18.8. - ,thlin, ertenuate, nor aught set down in matice.-Su.asr LATD FUND. We call the attention of our readers to an advertisement in this day's number, suggesting to the-zfree population- of the Colony, the propriety 'of a public meeting to petition. the Hou-e of Commons, to ~ make provision for tLe faithful and exclu - sive app!ication of the 'Territorial Revenue - of the Colony, to the promotion oflImmi gration. :When this " circular" was- put in o our - hand-, -we approved of it heartily. On eon - sidering the - subjert further, -we should :'like to have had these words inserted viz., " agreeably to the pledge on this behalf given by the Earl of IRippon to His '.Excellency Governor Bourke,-and to the -f-.rther pledge on the s eme behalf civen by 'the same Governor in his address to the "Legislative Council, '4th June..'lS36 " We consider these words of importance. These pledges were given.; deliberately giv...

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

For Hobart Town, T HE fine fast-sailing and well-known schooner " MARIAN WATSON," Bread, master, having the major part of her cargo engaged, will meet with the quiclest despatcl. For Freight or passage, apply to the. master on ' board; or, to Mr. IDaniel Egan, at the Hobart Town and 'Launceston Packet. Office, Lower George-street. For Port Plillip & South Australia. T' HE fine' first-class fast S sailing ship "'HOPE," ?/ A Devlin, Commander, - will sail for the above Ports, on the 15th instant. For Freight or Passage; having superior accommodations, apply to Mr. Daniel Egan, Ho bart Town and Launceston Packet Office, or the Miaster, on board. November 1, 1838. For South Australia. To Sail in November, .._ HE Fine Brig." NEREUS,' 125 tons Register. F. Rt. La?s; Commander. For Freight or P.s sage, apply to Messrs. V. & E. Solo mon, Sotith Australian 'l'.cket Office, Liverpool Wharf, near the nQu'el's ~Whasrf. V.' and E. Solomon inform Shilipers of Goods to South Austra...

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Natural Resources of South Australia, by Captain Sturt. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

Nvatural Resources of South Aus .traliaý by Captain Sturt. Captain Sturt, by his travels has shown himself a man nogreat enterlprise. By his book, he displayed great ability for observa tion and a cool discriminating .judgment. The following gives us his opinion in brief of the natural capacities of South Australia for colonization. It is a speech he made at Adelaide at a public dinner on occasion of his health being drunk. Gentlemen-I trust you will do me the credit to believe, that in rI'ing to ackn'owledge the manner in which my health has been received and d unk, I am fully sensible of such a proot of the public esteem. Indeed, I worul assure you that I feel your kindness on the p leent occasion ntor less than 1 have felt the reception and-greeting with which I have been met on say arrival amongst you. I came amllongst yau to-day, gentlemene, with a proud feeling that:I atu surtnunded by many friends, from ine and all of whom.! have beeu most cordially welc,umed on my return to ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE BLACKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Richmond, Nov. 8, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE BLACKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney -Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Richmond, Nov. 8, 1838. SIR,-I'beg the favour of your insertion of the following particulars, as are related to me by my nephew Mr. William Crowly, who has returned from my cattle station, on the Big River-beyond-Liverpool plains   which he left about sixteen days ago, he states that five horses are killed, and four others are wounded, and upwards of one hundred head of cattle are killed, and the flocks and herds are driven away in all di rections by the blacks, and on his going for some fencing for a stock yard, about one hundred of them attacked himself and one of the men, and threatened to burn the dray; and it was with much difficulty they were driven away, without effecting their purpose. I am Sir, your obedient.servant, DANIEL EATON. ?; .. ? - !,, i n i, . ,, ,,

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

WANTED A SOBER STEADY FEMALE, as a Servant of all work, where there is a small family. Reference as to character will be required. ApDply to Mr. WM. WEBB, Harrington-street. Wanted Immediately. A FOREWOMAN, capable of managing an extensive Dress-making Business. Apply to Mrs. Patten, 100, Pitt-street. References will be required. October 30, 1838. PRESSMAN. 7 A1JTED, at the Monitor Office, a PRESS - MAN. Apply to Mr. HARRIuso, at the Office in York-street. The Worship of the Catholic. Church not Idolatrous. N? TIIE PRESS, and speedily will be Pub L lished, A REPI,.Y to the Rev. W. MlIntyre's CANDID INQUIRY into the Doctrines main tained by the Right Reverend Bishop Poulding, in his " PASTORAL ADDRESS," by Edward Hawksley, Master of the School, Kent-street North. NOTICE. E DWARD DAVIES begs to acquaint the Public that he has taken those premises formerly occupied by Mr. J. J. Peacock, where may always be had, Coals, Cedar, hard wood of every sort, and Shingles, ait the shortest notic...

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BUSH-RANGER SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 November 1838

BUSII-RANGER SHOT. [From The AUSTRALIAN, of 8th inst.] We have to place before our readers the follow- ing statement. relative to the bushranger who was shot near the Fish River by Mr. M'Guiness; much credit is due to Mr. George Harper, of Abbotsford, who, we have been informed, upon receiving private information that this fellow was determined to r0b his station, immediately proceeded to Goulburn, and gave notice of the name to the Police Magistrate, after which he proceeded on towards his station, and gave the same information to all the settlers in the neighbourhood. The bravery of M'Guiness is deserving of the highest praise. Thomas M'Guinness, of Narrawa Farm, and Sarah his wife, jointly and severally state-and first, Mrs Sarah M'Guinness, for herself, states, that on Monday, the 22nd day of October instant, about two o'clock in the afternoon, a well-dressed man, mounted and armed, rode up to her house, at the Narrawa River, and enquired for her hus- band ; she told him he had ...

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BLOWING UP OF THE BRIG WILLIAM, AT GRAVESEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

BLOWING UP OF THE BRIG WILLIAM, AT G RAVESEND. The Lord Mayor yesterday received the following communication from:.. Cnlptait Fish.r, the principil harbour master:--: " Gravesend. May 28. 1838. ` My Lord-I beg leave to acqnaint your !ordhh'p, that Colonel Pasley placed' the cylinder with the powder under the wreck of the brig William about a quarter before four o'clock, and every arrangement being mande, the fuze was set on fire, and at twenty-two minutes after four o'clock the explosion took . plarce, carying np planks coals, and a column of'water (as far as I could j!nde, about 100 feet high) 'he sight was magnificent in the extreme. Not the least shock was felt-ashore or afloat, and not the least damage has been done. Before lighting the fuzes we had 53 feet water alongside the wreck. I shall return to morrow, after the diving bell has been down, and shall sound with Mr: Purdo, and ascertain the state of the wreck .; but I have many reasons to think that nthing remains below, as ...

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JOHN KNOX PREACHING BEFORE THE LORDS OF THE CONGREGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

JOHN KNOX PREACHING BEFORE THE LO1IDS OF THE CONGRE.GATION. The engraving of Sir David Wilkie's splendid picture of' John Knox preaching befi re the Lords of the Congregation," by Mr. George T. Duo, publiihed by MN. Moon, is a productiun of which this country way well be proud. We say nothiing of he dimensions of this engraving, though in this resp ct it is remarkable, for we believe no print of the same size has ye appeared in England. But it is imposeible to speak tono hi'hlyL of the success with which Mlr. Doon in this nmanilitent work has seized the excellencies of his original. and enabled thous nds* in till parts of the world to enjoy. its beauti s. The apl pearance of thiy noble spe.irnen of art, at a time when the metropolis is filling wit' foreigners of rank and taste, will'foram the best refutation of a notion which has ob tained curretcy abroad, tha the art of en graving is no longer encourared in Erj land, and that the country which produeed' a Strange, a Woollett. a She...

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DRAMATICALS FOR THE WULGAR. SCENE IN THE CROWN INN YARD. En'er Head O[?]tler and Helpers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

DRAM ATICALS FOR THE W.ULGAR. ScNCs s rs Ta Cnow. IN. YanD. En'er Ilead Ostler and Helpers. F Ist Hel;per.-I tell ye, Sir, this here old homnibus of our'n won't keep together many more trips, without iMlissis will stand to a thorough repair on her.. Head Ostler -You be d-d, Harry, with your progno.ties ! You have been telling ome that this twelvemonth past, and I don't.>A see but what the consarn is as profitable asAtti ever it was. £, 2nd Helper.-And " no mistake," Mr. Lamb; the t'other properrioters an't strong enough to start another yet ; and so I don't see why our 'bus an't to keep the road a bit longer. But then, you know, there is them about the yard that's always a-croaking. Sabout her being crazy, and so forth. Etier Cud. O.tler.--Well, Ned, do you carry full now ? ? ed.-Why, yes. mnster, we do manage to get passengers; but, to tell you the truth, its not without persuading that I gets 'spectable peo,.le in, nlaeley. 'They has got a trick of peeping in, and saying as how...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. THE SURVY H?ILLS. -Elven splendid Allotments, within a short 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, POLACK "? AS been commissioned to announce for Sale by Public Auction. at his Bazaar, in Sydney, THIS DAY. Monday 12th inst. att twelve o'clock, -a very important LANDED ESTATE, a Grant fiom the Crown to the late-Captain Richard Brooks, bgingbounded on the north-east by the southern side -of the South Head Road, opposite West's Garden and Cottages; on the north west and west by the ýreserved Sydney Common Road; and on the sonth :and south east by the Sydney Common 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 Head and Sydney Common Road,to which it has a combined 'frontage of 150 ft, fronting Mr. Taylor's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

Fyor Launceston- r iteh all Denpatch. TFIHE PACKET-BRIG - " W illiam." Capt. Thom, will receive Cargo at Fotheringham's Wharf, Patent Slip. R. ANDERSON. November 5, 1838. For Port Phillip S" South Australia. T HE fine first-class fast sailing ship " HOPE," A Devlin, Commander, will sail .for the above Ports, on the 15th instant. For Freiglht or Passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Mr. Daniel Egan, Ho bart Town and Launceston Packet Office, or the fMaster, on board. November 1, 1838. For South Australia. To sail in November, 1 r HE Fine Brig " NiEREUS,' - 1 125 tons Register, F. R. LEES, Commander. For Freight or Pas sage, apply to Messrs. V. & E. Solo Inon, South Australian Packet Office, Liverpool Wharf, near the Queen's Wharf. V. and E. Solomonl inform Shippers of Goods to South Australia, that they will receive freight at tie above Store for the " NesEus," free of a11 Store LRet. SALES BY AUCTION. S~diney Valuable Freehold Property, Situate in the most prefer...

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Memoirs of Sir William Knighton. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

.'iMenmoirs'f Sir William Knighton. Containing miuchb that is of an every -day-or of a trivial nature, -the volumes are at the same time a valuable addition to that class of work which throw a light upon life and man. They narrate the career~of an individual who rose from, bumble circumstances to be the favourite, and,"what is rarer, the friend of a fastidiou monarebh. They also contain a selection "from the letters which were addressed by peronns of all ranks "to 'the man whom -the king'delighted to honour ;" and display 'In a very striking degree "H* ow low, howitattle are the proud, How indigent the great." The life of William Knighton is rather r 'instractive for the encourage it offers to industry, perseverance, good manners, and g-ood conduct, than remarkable for any ex " -.traordinary events. He was horn in 1776. :IHis family was respectable; but his father -isad been disinherited for irregular conduct - and animpru'de:it marriage; and, according sto Sir Williami's own .sccou...

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LORD BROUGHAM AS AN HISTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

LORD BROUGHAM AS AN HISTORIAN. The current number of the Edinburghl Review challenges attention, not merely as -howing that tihe most extraordinary mind of the present da'y is yet unimpared in its powers. (which for a time seemed doubt ful.) but for the pecular character and in terest of its leading article-" Abuses of the Press." Under the form of a review of Lady Charlotte Bury's unptincipled publication on Queen Caroline, Henry (Lord) Broughatn has poured forth fr,om his living "* experience," a narrative rhe torically graphic, of the connexion between George the .Fourth and his Queen, which, if not strictly history, is almost unrivallrdd as a piece of historical portraiture,-po, sessing the interest of the memoirs of the French writers, but animated and elevated by a far mightier mind than fell to the pos.ession of the courtly chroniclers of former times. Naturally, or by an easy ora orical art, the principal personages who were connected with that act of the political drama, ar...

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DR. MANTELL'S WONDERS OF GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

DR. MANTELL'S WONDERS OF GEOLOGY. Dr. Mantell was a Brighton practitioner, with a strong gust for geological pursui's, and a propensity 'for being a member of learned bodies. He had accumulated a vast number of " fragments of an earlier world ," which, according to his own statement, " began to acquirean European celebrity." and his house was beset by strange visitorsduring the Brighton season. He limited them to days and hours, with effect; but to I how good cometh out of evil! the consequennce has been, the roundation of the" Mantellian Museum," and the delivery of these Lectures, as a something for the concern to start with Bearing in mind the place where and the class of persons to whom these ad dress-s, no one will expect them to aim at a distinct exposit on of the principles of geology,, or ern a connected and compre hensive view of the science. Proof in any shape, or any strain upon the attention. would be the last thing likely to win the audience of watering-glace loungers. ...

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NEWS BY THE "MAITLAND." Colonization of New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 November 1838

NEWS BY THE "MAITLAND."   Colonization of New Zealand. From the SPECTATOR, June 28.   Mr. Francis Baring, on Wednesday, moved the second reading of the bill, for the Provisional Government of   British Settlements in the Islands of New Zealand." He commenced his speech by a statement of the origin of the project, and the bitter and interested animosity by which it had been assailed— "It is now nearly two years since a number of gentlemen, encouraged by the increasing interest which the public took in the matter, and by the knowledge of circumstances which had come under their observation, formed themselves into an association for the purpose of establishing a British Colony in New Zealand. They had assembled a large mass of oral and documentary evidence upon the subject. They had sought the evidence of all those whose opinion was worth consulting, either from local knowledge or from connexion in any way with the distant countries into which the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

(Prom the London New Price Current, June 19.) IRON in bars £9 10s per ton-in pigs £6 5s ditto -hoops £11 10s ditto. LAID, bladdered, 65s to 69s per cwt-firkin and cask 53s to 57s ditto. LAD, pig £21 per ton-milled sheet £22 ditto hars £23 ditto-patent shot 1 a 5 and A. II. 6 a 12 £24 5s ditto-ore 16s ditto-red £23 5s ditto-white £30 ditto-litharge £23 5s ditto. OIL, cod in casks £35 to £35 10s per tun of 252 gallons imperial-seal, pale £31 ditto-ditto, yellow andbhrown £26 10s; to £28 ditto-spermaceti £82 ditto-whale (South Sea) £24 10 to £27 10sditto, in casks-linseed 26s per cwt-rape, pale 38s. ditto -ditto, brown £37s ditto-linseed cakes £12 10: ditto-rapeseed ditto £5 5s per ton-oil of vitriol l]d per lb. PROVISIONS-Butter, Cork Ist, Belfast ditto, Dublin ditto, Sligo ditto, Waterford ditto, Carlow ditto,:Newsy ditto, Limerick ditto, per cwt. nominal. Dorset butter 46s per firkin, Scotch 60s to 70: per cwt-cheese, Cheshire, old 56s to 70s, new 50s to 74s, Gloucester, single 40s ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

PROJECTED 7EPAR1 L RES. I~iNJ, Naufnos I4 d.&zs dw ,La-e f !I PrtAl. for &ddt.3ae. this dar. f/ar'da. M New Zeadf--. 13 instzmlt, if aot ýrrwians~y sold 7ltr aten forr 37nr'stitra, 14th Instant. Iateziig. for the Eigtesn Isis, I5th instan oro ude, New ZeaInd. 15th intant. lfilfem for Launncernn, 75thstanr. Jake A'L fasa, for ?frw Z abnd, 17th instant. Pailaoqma for~at~a. 3Slh instant, P-erEad, for Audes1'ie sit P it Philip, 18th inst £Ika6b:h for New Zeaaz4 samew Lay. ehr (Brim, master), for Adelmide~Ojd inst. Lwdd Gappa, nf a sealrmz'rr re. 25th inst. A4r c kie.fo-r Hobart Towndtbe 26th amtsa. rgad-, fnr Lond n. 26-.h in': .Cir Jnam B&fr/frd4, S .a:h America, 30th instant Pociwgltoa fr Fishezy31 Dpc.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

ý$ppIflg 3iuteaigentct. ARRIVALS. On Monlay' the 12th Instant, Jbiufe "iet :inrd Hirnnah from -New Zealand,. and' ad/iiiuea, i e Fourl/ f,0m:Pol.i. 1acquariC.: DEPAItTUflEs. MNoe.

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