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THE SUPREME COURT. King v. Gillman. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

THE SUPREME COURT.     King v. Gillman.     This morning (Wednesday) the Attorney General moved that   Captain Gillman should be allowed to place upon the files of the court a supplemental affidavit, containing further explanations relative to the search warrant. He stated, as the ground for this application, that Captain Gillman had been induced by his di- rections to consider the letter as the main charge to which he was to reply, and had been accordingly surprised to find that the   granting of the search warrant had been pushed forward as the prominent ground of accusation against him. In making this ap- plication the Attorney General said, that he had no wish to inter- fere with the decision which the court had pronounced. He only wished, out of mere justice to Captain Gillman's character, as a   magistrate, that such further explanations as he could offer should be put upon the files of ...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

SOUTH AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. This is a question that will naturally excite some degree of attention, though in it the interests of this Colony are in no wise involved.— Some of our Readers no doubt are aware that the English Government were expected by France and Spain to follow the ex- ample of the former, and resist the recognition of the Independence of the American colonies of Spain. Her unwillingness to do this produced various com- munications on the subject, between the British Mi- nisters and the Courts of Spain and France. The official documents were ultimately laid on the table of the House of Parliament. From these we have inserted a brief abstract; one of the most important of them is a memorandum of a conference between the French Ambassador, the Prince de Polignac, and Mr Secre- tary Canning. In this conference (the minutes of which were officially communicated to the Courts of Austria, Russia, Prussia, Portugal, the Netherlands, and to the United States Government) an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

        NOTICE. — Letters of Administration of the Estate   and Effects of Thomas Dargon, late of Windsor, deceased, having been granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales to Mary Dargon, his Widow, public Notice is given of the same.   Sydney, Oct. 27. 1824. Thos. D. Rowe, Proctor. TAKE Notice, that Sarah Evans, the Widow of Serjeant Richard Evans, late of Windsor, deceased in-     tends to apply the Supreme Court of New South Wales for Letters of Administration of the Estate and Effects of her de-   ceased husband to be granted to her.         Sydney, Oct. 27 , 1824. Thos. D. Rowe, Proctor.         WALKER'S INN PARRAMATTA — To be Let, for a term of years, the above well known Inn   to a respectable tenant, on good security. Application to be &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 28 October 1824

Sheriff's Office, Oct. 7, 1824. In the Supreme Court. Fisher v. Gilbert and Fenfx. TO be Sold by Auction, by direction of the     Sheriff, on Monday the First of November next, at Campbell Town, at 2 o'Clock in the Afternoon, 2 Sets of Har- ness, 1 Plough, 1 Harrow, 18 Pigs; 2 Steel Mills, 3 Hoes, 6 Casks, 3 Iron Pots, &c. ; also, a Bed, Bedstead and Bedding, a Sofa, Chairs, Tables, &c. &c. the Property, of the above De- fendants, unless this Execution be previously satisfied. Sheriff's Office; Oct. 7, 1824.     In the Supreme Court. Fisher v. Gillbert and Felix.   TO be Sold by Auction, by direction of the Sheriff, this Day, the 28th Instant, in the Market-place, Sydney, at 12 o'Clock at Noon,'a valuable Farm, situate in the District of Upper Minto, adjoining Mr. Galvin's Farm, on the Cowpasture River, with a good House and Barn thereon. Also, the growing Crops, consisting of 30 Acrres of Wheat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

KEtV South Wales. ? . PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency S-'r Thomas Brisbane, If. C. It. Captain General and Gavernoi in Chief' in and over the Colony of JVWt South' IP* les and its Dependencies, S--ct S-'c. #c. ' . TO .ALL, 'WllOM THESR PRESENTS SHALL COME 'GltEi/PlNCiT— ?^''^TIT'RIIEA.'5, hy a certain Act of Parliament made VV in tliO-Fonrth Year of the lteig-n of Uis Pre 8nn« Majesty, entitled,-1* An Act to provide until the First* Day o'f 'July One thousand Herat hundred anil tiirnty-sQTcn; and until the End of the next Session of Parliament, for the Letter Administration of Jitstirc jmNpw South Wales 'ami Van Dicmen's Land, and foi thc-moze effectual Government .thereof, and fqivqrhei Purposes r'rlaliiig- thereto.' It is amongst other tHivrs enacted, that Courts, of General or Quarter gi'ssTons bhall he hoJden in New South Wales and Tan Diemcn's Land, at biich Times and Places as the Go vernor or- Acting Governor of Now South Wales shall appoint, and the said Courts of Sessions r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

TO CORRESPONDENTS.                   Several valuable communications have since our last been for-     warded to us for publication. We regret exceedingly to be under the necessity of postponing, for the present, the insertion of them. To one and to all of our Correspondents we offer our apologies and assure them that we will endeavour to give place in our next number to such of the articles as are of immediate interest and pressing importance.           SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 4, 1824.  

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ENGLISH NEWS. THE SPEAKERS ADDRESS TO THE KING ON THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. May it please Your Majesty [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

ENGLISH NEWS.                         THE SPEAKERS ADDRESS TO THE KING ON THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. " May it please Your Majesty,   " We, Your Majesty's faithful Commons of the     United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Par- liament assembled, attend your Majesty with our con- cluding Bill of Supply. It was, indeed, Sir, gratify- ing to us to learn from Your Majesty at the com- mencement of the Session, that the agricultural in- terest, so deeply important as it is to our national prosperity, but to which Parliament could at any time have afforded but very partial and imperfect relief, was gradually recovering from the depression under   which it had so grievously laboured; and we confi- dently hope that that improvement will be considered the more satisfactory bec...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

It was hoped, notwithstanding the announcement which was made in our last Number of the death of General Macquarie, that the report was premature : and many of his most intimate   friends were for some days extremely sanguine in their belief that he was still living. This melancholy event, however, no     longer admits of any reasonable doubt. The intelligence has been conveyed through too many distinct and respectable chan-   nels to leave any question as to its authenticity. We are forced then to conclude that this excellent man is no more. In our next we shall endeavour to pay a just tribute to his memory.   We this week present our Readers with a portion of a very important and interesting document ; the Act which enables the   King to incorporate a body of individuals under the title of THE AUSTRALIAN Agricultural Company. In the Act itself, it does not appear how much land will be convoyed to them by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

SYDNEY.   Printed for the Proprietors by George Williams.        

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MARKET RETURNS.—(OCT. 28) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

MARKET RETURNS.— (Oct. 28.)     No. of Bush. sold. £ s d                   25 - - sold at per Bush 0 18 0       25 - - - 0 12 0       73 - - - 0 11 0                 88 - - - 0 10 0           35 - - - 0 9 6           9 - - - 0 9 0       255 Average Price of Wheat 0 10 9                 Ditto of Barley - 0 4 0           &nbsp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

LORD BYRON'S AUTO BIOGRAPHY.— The following letter from Mr. Moore, has appeared in some of the London daily   papers: —                 Sir, — In consequence of the many misconceptions that are current, with respect to the share which I have had in the de- struction of Lord Byron's Memoirs, I think it right to state the leading facts of that transaction to the public.           Without entering into the respective claims of Mr. Murray and myself to the property in these Memoirs, (a question which, now that they are destroyed, can be but of little moment to any one), it is sufficient to say that, believing the manuscript still to be mine, I placed it at the disposal of Lord Byron's sister, Mrs. Leigh, with the sole reservation of a protest against its total de- struction — at least without previous perusal and consultation   among the parties. The majority...

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THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL   COMPANY         An Act for granting certain powers and authorities to a Company to be incorporated by Charter, to be called The Australian Agricultural Company,   for the cultivation and improvement of waste lands   in the Colony of New South Wales, and for other purposes relating thereto. [21st June 1824.]       When her Majesty by Charter shall declare the Australian Com- pany a corporation, it shall be lawful to hold and acquire land within the Colony of New South Wales. Whereas there are in the Colony of New South Wales divers     waste lands, which might be cultivated to advantage, if sufficient capital were raised and advanced for that purpose : and whereas there are in the said colony a large number of convicts who are at present maintained at the public expence, but who might be advantageousl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

New South Wales. PROCLAMATION.   By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Colony of New         South Wales and its Dependencies, &c.             WHEREAS, on the 21st Day of July last, by Virtue of the Authority by the Act of the     4. G. 4, C. 96. Sec. 19. in me vested, I did appoint that General Sessions should be holden, until other     Times and Places should be appointed, on Tuesday in each Week of the Year at certain Places in the said Proclamation mentioned, to be adjourned as Occasion should require; and, Whereas, for the due and   speedy Administration of Justice it is found to be necessary that the Charges against any Felons or   other Offenders who have been or shall be transported to N...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 4 November 1824

QUARTER SESSIONS. On Monday the Magistrates assembled at the Court House, Sydney, for the purpose of electing a Chairman to preside over the Court of Criminal or Quarter Sessions appointed under the New Act. This distinction was unanimously conferred in   pursuance, as we have authority to state, of the recommen- dation of His Excellency the Governor, on D'Arcy Wentworth, Esquire, who after thanking them for this proof of their re-   gard, and saying that his late severe illness, added to his de-   clining health, rendered him unequal to undertake the duties of so arduous and responsible a situation, begged leave to resign it, and to propose as his successor, Mr. Stephen, the So- licitor General. He observed that this gentleman's legal acquire- ments would qualify him for disposing of those technical ob- jections, which would probably be of frequent occurrence in that Court now that it was put upon the footing of quarter sessions in England, an...

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ON THE DEATH OF LORD BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1824

ON THE DEATH OF LORD BYRON. WHERE art thou, man of might, thou grand in soul; Gone ! like the vesper pageantry of heaven,       Leaving a twilight gloom; sadly to roll Over the heart bereft ; for thou wast given To quicken our dull spirits, and to blaze             A living light o'er the dim world beneath .—                 Once thou, on murder'd clay, yet warm, didst gaze,   To try if thou couldst wrench aught out of death ;         But it was all a mystery !— ah, now,         Thy mighty secret's known :— thy heart is still,         Thy eye is glaz'd, death's damp is on thy brow, –   But thou hast mingled with the spirits who fill                   ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1824

FOR LONDON DIRECT.—The Prince Regent. Captain W. B. Lamb, having the whole of her cargo on   board, will sail on Saturday next. For Passage early Applica- tion is requested to be made to ICELY AND HINDSON. FOR LONDON DIRECT.—The remarkably fine     Teak built Ship Mangles, Captain Cogill: burthen per       register 600 tons, will commence loading immediately, for the abov port. This ship is peculiarly adapted for the conveyance of wool, having three decks—has excellent accommodations for passen-     gers, and carries a Surgeon. For freight or passage, apply to ICELY AND HINDSON. LANDING from the Denmark Hill, and for Sale   by the. Subscriber—A Consignment of Pine Cheese in       cases suitable for Families; and from former importations, Hodg-   son's highly esteemed Pale Ale and Brown Stout, in hogsheads and tierces...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1824

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. . — —=jss- ? . Commissariat Ojfica, Si/dnei/, 20th Oct. 1S2-J ROAD AND CLEARING PARTIES.— Persont dextrous of Victualling the Road and Clea'rin; Parties employed on their Estates, or in their imtm diatc J\'ciir/i6ottr/iood, and dclirerijtg the prescribed Rations on the Spot where the)/ arc so employed fr? of Exjtcncc, during Twelve Months, commencing tk 125th December ne.ct,' or for any shorter Periods, ar ?requested to send Proposals in Writing, sealed am endorsed thus, '' Tender for Clearing Parties,' U the respective Commissariat Offices, where Purticitlar may Le learned on or btjore Fiidny the lUth Day o, December next. ? h. '. TVh.Li.iM If *£.myss, Deputy Commissary General FCHSONS, dcsi)ous of furnishing such*QttaiitUici of JVHEAT, ~ - .- MAIZE, ' '. BEEF and PORK— Salt or Fresh, tin. ' Produce of the Colony, ' *':*7 * ' as may be required for the Public Service at this Sta tion, during the Quarter, commencing the 2T-th De cember next, are requested to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1824

In our present Number will be found a long letter from Mr. Campbell on the motives of the Magistracy on the jury question. We have not space to analyse this letter minutely. But all the reasoning in it turns on this one pivot — "that in point of fact the Bench did not obtain the opinion of the Attorney General previous to that of the Solicitor General, both those opinions having been transmitted to them at the same time under one common envelope," Now, the essence of this allegation is a very fine-spun distinction ; too fine even for lawyers who are hair-splitters by pro- fession. Let us just ask the following questions :— Was not the Attorney General's opinion applied for by the Magistrates through the Governor before the Solicitor General's arrival ? Was not the substance of that opinion conveyed to them by His Excellency's commands, through his private Secretary, also before the Solicitor General's arrival? Were they not dis- tinctly apprised that the Attorney General's opinion w...

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To the Editor of the Australian. GENTLEMEN, Sydney, Nov. 1, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1824

To the Editors of the Australian GENTLEMEN, SYDNEY, NOV 1, 1824.   Having observed a paragraph in your last number, which an- nouncing the fulfilment of a prediction that had been inserted in the former number, seems to convey a reflection that cannot be understood to apply to any others than the Gentlemen constitut- ing the Bench of Magistrates in Sydney; and, as I cannot for an instant suppose that such reflection would have had a place in your columns, but on the sole ground of your having considered it correct, I feel satisfied that you are too just and too liberal not to receive with the utmost candour, such explanation as may be offered on the part of that Bench, and give it co-extensive pub- licity with the imputation itself, through the medium of your valuable newspaper.     As a member of that bench (the second on it, in priority of commission), I beg to observe that, in point of fact, the bench did not obtain the opinion of the Attorn...

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THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. (CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 11 November 1824

THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY. (concluded from our last.) Appointment of governor, deputy governor, and directors.     XXI. And be it further enacted, that John Smith, Esquire, shall be and he is hereby constituted and appointed the first go- vernor, and William Manning, Esquire, shall be and he is hereby constituted and appointed the first deputy governor, and the Ho- norable Henry Grey Bennet, the Honorable John Thornton Leslie Melville, Sir Robert Townsend Farquhar, Baronet, David Barclay, James Brogden, George Brown, John William Buckle, Robert Campbell, William Crawford, Timothy Abraham Curtis, Richard Hart Davis, Joseph Hume, Simon Halliday, George Gerald de Hochepied Larpent, John Loch, John Macarthur, Donald Maclean, Stewart Majoribanks, George Warde Norman, Henry Porcher, Richard Mee Raikes, John Baker Richards, John Goldsborough Ravenshaw, and Thomas Tooke, Esquires, shall be and they are hereby constituted and appointed the first directors ...

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