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News by the 'Maitland.' (Continued from our last.) MARKETS. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

News by the ' M1aitland.' (GoLlinued from our last.) MARKETS. (From the MonwING CaHRONICLE of' 2t Jan.) WOOL. TRADE OF LEEDs.-The account of the advance which has taken place in the prices of WVool on the continent, more especially at the lIte fair at Breslaw, has tended to induce the merchants to purchase goods more freely, and in consequence, the sales at our Cloth-ihalls this week. have been more than an average quantity. The stacks I are very much reduced, and the manu factures are holding much more firmly tol the:r prices than. short time back. There f continue to be considerable purchases malking for the American markets, and in consequence, business is brisk with some of - the larger houses; on the whole there is a very general improvement in business in the warehouses. IIUDDItRSFFIELD RMARKET, TUESDAY- 1 On the whole this may be 'called a dull market, but as a great amdunt of business is now done off the market days, Tuesdays are no fair criterion at present. It is sat isfac...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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"The notorious Court of Quarter Sessions" once more! [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

' The notorious Court of Quarter Sessions" once more ! '"The proree? i "'" 4F *1 en^rt i'hip e frslusot ly been the subiject of pullic allimadvertsiou, that we did imagine some nutice wo)ulI have been long since taken of it by the .proper authl?ritien. The cnurt at Campbell Town, Sptnelic or, Manday last fo.r the dcspatch of business, with a calelndLr of thirty pr.ilam.ers, and two appeals, for trial. JJrymen. both military aund civil, were in attendance. Many defendants who were out on bail, anld had travelled a drbtance of two hundred miles to answer the charges egtai.t them, appeared at the coUlt with their witnesses and counsel, when it was discovered, that the Crown Prosecntor w.au only preirarert to pror?ecd with the trial of n roe case before the . szumnmary jursdicton of the sessions -which 'haring been disposed of, the court adjourned. -On Tnesday. one appeal was heard, arnd one prisoner -tried by the summary Jurlsdictlin, when the court was ag.lnadljnprted. We should add, ...

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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 — 14 November 1838

Mtti.- P rtrarrblog iraa abir. ýVACiAV16%lF or-giug, mini-tm, b&. & .--TAKE. AT ! J# THE wrrffo-G, 12 AT NO'iN. AND s' 6 TYir r.'iwC av nerasvz'.r. Wtvnwlnao* 7 5 4 7 4 2 ?. C~z stunl .., *t *s 161 4: CIR~dy 51.<.`!A72 64 SW ~Char },aTren 7 . i-r 3 -S 1 SW Cloudy ~tsIIAt 1. l. I: :' 8171 Ns ditto "Iara ..3. :(O7116; a N W Rainy V. rataTI w7. G7~

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A SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1833. Nothing extensive, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

A -MUPPL f.37 it pis pdled wish thisaday's ratmrr. '718~(1 O UTOR ZX COMERCIAL ADVERTiSE "Ct'fiD% l Vti !litt1NIS G,'?:OVE3IREn 1, I I n m son = ^ e rac e o f o u r n o t o b ta i n i nr g a co:+v of the Official Gorernmrin Gazelte titt-st eveningr, and its comperivrig many tthpcsr we -ire comvelled to defer its pub 1ir..*ilon tiii our nest. Yor 'dnonmtic ir~t4igen'e. arid late Engli-b new-: of markets and poiities. see the Su;pplhtn.nt.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Marriage. On Saturday last, by License, in the Chapel of the Parish of St Lawrence, by the Rev. William Cowper. Mr. William Lipscomb, of West Maitland,   to Caroline. sixth daughter of Mr. Benjamin Pitt Griffin,, of Elizabeth-street, south, Sydney. Died, On Monday, the 13th instant, at her residence, Pitt-street. Miss Sarah Pickering. after a long and lingering illness regretted by a circle of friends.

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

RATES OF IFURAN-CE Lnudoa 2W1 Lire-pveio-2i 1 31 per cent. Hobart Trwn-I per ctUL Launct'ton-1l perern'. Swan fliver- per cent. New Zealnd- I per cent. Sornh Sea. Ian-ts-2 per cent.

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

FREIGHTS. To Loidau-Wool. lid per lb-oIl. old m eawe, £4 IOc to £t ;5s per tan-tiUabLer, A lO per -load--R. -,X per Tnn. To-Lhreponl-Dino diun To Hobart Town and inaoeeton-£1 Si to £l lOs per ton. To Swan Rirer-Al 109 to 9 per tor. To New Zealad and South Sea Lalaada-ý to £3 lk per ton..

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

srPItITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand ihe 3rd instant-B. P. ram, 85,003 gallms--brandy, 13,407 gallons-gin, 26,288 gallons -other spirits, 9,181 gallons. Fig anmd Cavendish tobacco, 6i5,608 pounds-- Brazil ditto,13,710 ponudls unwuanal.,ctt: ed ditto, 17.427 pounds-cigars,33,609 pound--snuff. 2,67N pounds. lttceived during the n eek- B. P. rum, nil ; brandy 2.419 galloni-gitn, nil-other spirit., oil-Fig anti Cavendish tobalcco, 10.475 ponnds-Brazil ditto. till -inm:innfactured dittu, nil-cigala, 850 pounds -sn?ntff, nil. D,,livrr'd for home cons"nprtlnn-B3. P. rum, 2,652 gallons-brandy, 889 gallonsp-gin. 145 iallois -other spirits, -nil.-Fig and Cavendi.h tobacco, 1.859 pounds--Brazil ditto. nil-unmanufactured .ditto, nil-ceiars, nil-s-nuff, nil.. Delivered for exportation-B.P. rum, 454 gal'ons -brandy,. 222 sgals-gin, 100 gals-ether spi, its. 52 als, Fig and Carendish tobacco. 2,477 pounds Brazil ditto, nll--n manufactured ditto, 876 pounds cigars, nil-snuff, nil. Stoct ino liand the...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Wednesday, Nov. 14th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

SITUtATION OF SHIPPING IN TIIE IAIIAROUR -OF .P)ORT JACK ON. HKeek~-b Report,'te 1l:ednesaau,.*Nuv. 14th, 1838. A AIERCROM BIE, .hentner. Crew,. master, Monte filore, Breillat and Co., aents, oni the Patent Slip. ADELAIDE. bhi.. Grtaivs, master, Gro e, agent, ar-Qlern'- Wi ,rf, di-chareine. ARGO, brio.-Bi-lline, nm.-ter-D.awes, agent in Darling Harbour, irfitting. IIE-SY, Caameron, w:a-scr. CXERNAHRU.!, bark (?cShalrr). Irving, ma-ter, Isaeter.aesnt,n at Ml,.'.rc', Whaf, refitting. CORtt-).DiANDEL, ship, Neal. wmaster, W'aler &'Co. aeents-iu treanm, for sea. DE-PATCH. Ihk. 'Woo"d, mfter, T. Steet, agent, in C?ore, refitting fi,r JMauritin'. DItYADE, ship, H rad, master. P W.Flower agent .at A-p-nall as;d C,.'s svharf, lr,adinr f.-r Lo,undn. ELIZ.\AIETH, balk, Hall narter, 'treet, agent-at .1oore'r wh.,rf, loadIing for New Zealand. EDEN, ,hip, Noble Ina-fer,'G. Pu tce & Cu. agents, at Moore's WViharf, refittinr. FI.OIIENTIA, b.ark, Goodwyn. m-tter, Delcitte, agent- n ...

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LIVERPOOL PRICE CURRENT, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

LIVERPOOL PRICE CURRENT, Ju.?N 22. From TIE PUBLIC LEDGEIR, June25. A I ROWROOT. 4d to 9d per lb. FLAX, Riga, P. T. R. 424 to 41s per ton-Peters burgh.9 'head 35s to 37s ditto-Archangel 34s ditto Doitc-rand Flemish 31ls to 8s ditto. FLOUIl.|Unitcd States, sweet, new, in bond, none -sour, 26s to:28s per 196 lbs. HIIDES, Ox and Cow, lBuenos Ayres and Monte Video, dry, inferior and middling 6(id to 7+1 per lb good and prime 8id to 8id ditto-ditto salted 4d to 4?d ditto-North American salted aid to 3,'1 ditto -Brazil dry 44d to 5d ditto-ditto (dry salted'44d to 51d ditto-Rio dry 7d to 74d ditto-Valparaiso dry 581 to 5j ditto-Odessa, Russian, &c. dry, Gd to 7d -West India dry 5id to id--ditto salted 4d to 4jd ditto-East India id to 10d ditto.-Kits, Ii. A. dry 74dao rt ditto-Houns, dwy,8s Gd to 1is each. FISH OIL-Seal, pale, £33 per 252 gallons-ditto brown £28 to £29 ditto-cod £35 I0s to .£36. T'ALLOW, Peterahurgh Y. C. 48s Gd to 49s Odessa 48s Gd-Archangel 46s-Buenos Ayles 44s to...

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

LIID Of, 8ar "en?: oF aslanua-rrO riI?ý. C(Msarm 7., for th- South Sea.. Jlerope forTworld BRay. if not wold. 77rgria, for I ,te4n. .Floretia,. for Lindon. R/?nsw Coatle, For-landmn. iaerius, for voath AnutraliT (not yet in port) S.e icrltor, schaoorr, (for sale) IFfdhlam Store!d. for ,he south Sess. Hf?aaan, for New Zeaiand. [We omitted in our ih to notice-the arnral at Lber,'o'l on the 2'd June, of the Prtlaed, Cobro, which left thi* port the i:b hlarch last] The A'ercromly will be detained br mone re ren-ire altetatins in her tabin*, by which her --ccs.nuag',datnus fo.r pa rut-e.,s will I- en-idabl, inorreased. These ahrte-ion? will occupy abo: a forto?nl', when she will retnme her us)al tlip to Hnh.rt'Town. The haiqae Sir JolA Berrford is shippiaz anew The 'hip -Edem is shipping aane- foremast at ]Jonre' wh.rf. The wha!in; har que Jary it shipping a new main anwl mizesl m3at. The Iarque Hlope, Der!in, mater, is undertoine a thoronen s.fij at StloreI wharf, before she pro creds t...

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

(From' the Spectator of June '23) '~he foreign policy of the Whig Go. vernment has supplied the principal topics of discussion this week in both Houses of Parliament. First, the Marquiss of Lon donderry, in a ponderous address to the Lords, on Tuesday, arraigned Ministers for their interferenice in the Spanish quarrel. .It would tax the ingenuity of a much more brilliant orator than. Lord Londondlerry, to'illustrate this worn topic by. any new and striking observation. The fai;ure of the ,Legion, however, is a subject on which the Tories naturally love to dwell. • Having predicted the disastrous r.sult which ultimately came to pass, they must be permitted to enjoy the triumph arising from the fulfilment of evil pro phecies. . The Carlists are at least as for midable now as they were when Colonel Evans undertook the' duty, for which, as soon appe.red, he was unqualified. I his fact settles the question as to the failure of the. exj)edition... It. is also undeniable, that. the British...

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THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

T'HE CORONA0TION. The crown in which the Queen is to ap pear qt the Coronation,,has just been corm pleted by Messrs. Rundell and Brid!ge. It was examined and approved of by her Majesty ; and was on Wednesday exhi bited at Ludgate Hill to a large party of the friends of Messrs Rundell and Brid'e, and to many persons who were ifvited to see it. It is exceedingly costly and ele sant : the design is much more tasteful than that of the crown of George the Fourth and \William the Fourth, which has been broken up. The old crown made for . the former of these monarchs, weighed upwards of 71bs, and was. much too large for the head of her present Majesty. -'Toe new crown weighs little more than Slbs. It is composed of hoops of silver, enclosing a cap of deep- blue velvet; the hoops are completely covered' with precious stones, surmounted with a hall, covered with sn.all diamonds, and having a Maltese cross of brilliants on the. top of it. The cro s has in its centre a splendid sapphire ; the ...

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

William Lion Mackenzie .has estab. li,-ied n neiws;.a;'er ii 'New. York, culled .tackakezcze's (G?at. L It contAins, a; gopd deel of. random ,writing ahput the recent disturbances in U, per Canada, but. nothing v.rynew. or strikjng. Calit; in Iiarryat has created quite a ssensa tion in the United hta'es, in consequence tof.a to'.st t.reported to hav.e.been, given by hint a few- days since, at 'I'oronto--- Cap t:tini Drew. and bhis brave associates who ?ut! -uttt:the steall-bont Caroline."" Nearly alihe; presses of the;.Uiliop have. been loud in their..denunciativns of this, con d,ict;; anrd !he peop)e of'.L ewistovwn,. on the ,fr.otier, hv?-. rientleretd themrselves. r licsoqs by, akring an bonfire of all~,the aieht?tli-t |no i:els?lth.ey couldHpr d... If it be. trae4tiatip the .ii{pt tint . proposed; the ;toast iteques)itw I cn only say,,that ii was ip a badttatilJe i dt, :l }ed batd fejing". CoQip sidering thbe frien'dship'he "ha'd m~et with here, and the present'staleof tse'Carol...

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Law Intelligence SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. SATURDAY, NOV. 10. Before the Chief Justice and a civil jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Law Intelligence SUPIEM I COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. SAIUunD?y, Nov. 10. iefore the Chief Justice and a civil jury. 'Villiam M'Lean .was indicted for the wilful murder of William M'Malhon, at Norora in the 1 Cowpasturie district, on the 21st of October last, and I Matthew Burrowes with aiding and assisting him in doing the same. Plea, not guilty. c ''The Attorney General, in opening the case, s oberved to the jury that it was one but too common in this country, arising out of drunlkenness. Tlhe frequency of such cases nmde them but too familiarto the public, and they therefore passed by c as ordinary tllffnces. It was the duty.of jurors by their verdicts ill such cases, to raise the standard t of public opinion. Julia M'Mahan (the wife of the deceased) deposed, that her husband, the prisoner Burrowes, and a man named Robert Clarke. were in past- I inership as fencers, and were employed in October 5 last, in burning off felled timber on the farm of º Mr. WVore, at Norora in the Cowpasture ...

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Court of Requests. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Court of Reqt?est. - TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sin--The very praiseworthy and stre uous steps, which have been taken by the ,cal Government, and supported upon all ;des by the ,Colonial Press, to prevent raudulent debtors from absconding fromn he Colony, and carrying with them the pr' eeds of their fraud to enjoy in ano'her and, has inet with the full approb:tion of very good citizen; and the uuvaried de -iion of our Courts to scout every docu nent btsed on fraud, or made by such nnaways, has given universal satisfaction : but I am afraid that a decision given bi uis Honor the Commissioner of the Court ' Requests, on Friday last, will have the came effect as if he had possessed the cower of giving to every swindler, on the re of departing the Colony, a deed under ral to cheat in every direction. The case allude to is the following :-A party gets nto difliculties, is sold off, and then goes is master of a vessel to New Zealand, to Ihtich no opposi...

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Quarter Sessions—Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Quarter Sessions-Parramatta. Maurice Adams was indicted for stealing from the premises of Mr. Drinkwater one t waiscoat and cap, the property of William Tighe. Guilty-two years in irons. [It appeared the prisoner was liberated but a few days from a similr sentehce.] Thomas Holmes was indicted for steal in g from the dwelling house of William Murray, on the Sydney Road, several arti cles, among which was an unfinished shirt.. John Moore of the.Muinted Police stalted, that he received ,information of a robbery at Murray's, arid pursued the prisoner, who was going to Sydney; on overtaking and searching him he found on hit? the articles now produced-he was drunk arid made some resistance. lMurray proved he had been robbed of 16 shirts and tither articles. 'Those produced were part of the property. Elizabeth Terry also swore to the shirt which she had left in an u'nfinished state. Guilty-Six months to the Treadmill ; one week of each month in solitary confine ment. John Macarthy was indi...

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The Emigrants and the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Th Emitgrants and the Drought. Two decent-'ookinr men. comfortably and sp. -propri.at.-l cIa.l. and in hih health, called on us -on Thurnslay nrrrnine, ,saing they had been reco:n. mnended ly Mlr. IlTn les the coal merchant to ask I rour ailvire ta old c.lr,nists and old settlers. They stated, they hod arrived by the Parland, and one s.f ihein said. that Ithomugh he could plough and do all kird. Of farming -w ark. he had not had an uaiflr from any ga tzier or settler to give him em pil.,ment since his arrival. He further stated, he had received orders to quit the F.migrar.t Barrack in-the G-vernment Donmain. but undersmnod the Emigrantstllt i r.si-ling there, along with himself, aiught p.rhaps be allowed the use of the Barracks gas a l?teing-to ?f'e, until the -new arrivals shau!d r quiire them; Ibut that the provisions, (rations) wahidsc hi'iherto haditeen issued to them wreekly ':ould he atop;?ei after Saturday the 10th instrant, *' t'hir n?nr.tlh I?ing up " We se' n', fr.;:t to f...

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IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

-MPRISONMENT FOR DEBT BILL. 'yFrom TUE SPBCTATOR of 1G6th ine.) The country has to thank the .Peers fdi a begun improvement in the law of debtor and creditor. TIhe-Imprisonment for Debt Bill has come out of their Lordships'-Coma mittee a practicable and useful measure. Arrest on mesne process is abolished ; that. is, the person of the debtor will be pro tected from seizure without warning, unless it can be shown that he meditates flight and fraud. It will hhnceforth be difficult for the forger of a false claim to-arrest his victim. Certain legal processes must be gone through, the validity of the debt estt?blished, and ;judgement entered up before the defoulter can be imprisonmd The Peers refused to go further in the way of abolishing imprisonment for debt, on the ground, that ,in nome cases, .such for instance as the frudluJerit removal of pro. perty to a foreign country, ': pressure on the person " was the only means of coin pelling payment. Creditors have, no reason to complain o...

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

IRELAND. Mr. 0oCopndl, it piagevnnout in,, tb Mlinisteriln: rirc~e9,ee tWU offered .tbhe.- Rq9IIp ur the C hief ;Bjýrnsl)jip, .but, degIined. to. hccpt ~eijIhrr appointilejit. ,.Seraeaitt WVoulre wvll, be. tbhe, Cbef K duron;; :34rgeatit Hall,; Attorny G) neral, andd:R *.M;Cu~i M,. P. fur .:Aj ina)~Kwg's Ser~atI~r Rj tard oo!' i a: ceg~did~fe~tq4 succe~ed Sergeant -Woulfe in the representation of Cashel. The private correspond?mrce of the Dub lin O'Conniel paper, the Pilot, has the fol lowing anticipation of coming events 'Evey one is now agreed, thatthings can not proceed as they have done.; and, take. my word,.(and '- prophesied the event to' .you some months ago,) that we will shortly have a coalition. :Short-lived it will be, and attended witha ruinous damage to many-public characters, -who will not con nect themselves wih- it ; butbthe public will be gainers, and the good cause wil receive an immense impulse. -* . .* How -Lord John Russell will coalesce with Sir James Gnhan, an...

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