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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 16, 1838 Nothing extcauate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. News by the "Lord Eldon." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

=SYDNEY MOUTOR "B COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER n-Fl1TlAV NtatftNING. NOVEMBlER 16,1838 Nothing evtcnuate, nor aught set down in mnalice.--Snas. 'News by the " Lord Eldon:" BY Captain Worrall of the Lord Eldon, we have been favoured with half'a dozen Times newspapers to the 13th July, from which we extract the fol dlowing. The Lord Eldon w-,s favoured by the Commander of an East Indiamnan with London papers totthe 23rd July.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

.Marriage. On Friday, November 9, at Sutton Forest by the Rev. John Vincent, John Morrice, Esq., Eling Forest, to Jane, eldest daughter of James Osborne, Esq, Sutton Forest.

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Launceston. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

Launceston. (From the Cornwall Chronicle, 9th November.) ARRIVALS. Oct. 28.-Africaine barque, 316 tons, M'Tag- gart, master, from South Australia and Portland   Bay.   Oct. 25,-Thomas Lawrie barque, 294 tons, Price, master, from Reseasrche Bay-100 tons black oil, 4 tons whalebone-Connolly, Henty, and Griffiths. Oct. 26.-Pickwick cutter, 45 tons, Dempster, master,.from Port Phillip, 85 sheep-John Guillan. Oct. 27-Aquila cutter, 49 tons, Bentley, master, from Port Phillip, 50 sheep, 15 hides. Oct. 27.-Industry schooner, "96 tons, Morgan 'master, from Port Phillip, in ballast. Oct. 30.-Black Joke brig, 114 tons, Harding, master, from Port Phillip. in ballast. Nov. A.. -''Britannia brig, 203 tons, Gibson, master, from New Zealaud-150,000 feet pine Eddie, Welsh, & Co. 1 box-S. Hopkins. Nov. .3-Elizabeth schooner, 51 tons, Stiles, master, from South Australia-not yet repotted. Nov. $-Ladq Emma lmrque, 135 toas, Price, master, from South Australia.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

btipiphg Thteliigenct. ARRIVALS. On WVdnesday, the bria Siren, 141 tnns, Captain Daniel Munro, junior, front Lanuceston the 8th instant. Lading, Sundries. t'shin passengers-Cap tain D. Munro, senior, and Captain Trundle. Steerage-William (raws. Samte ( vy, the Lord It/d'io, 3:17 ton', front London the 24th Ju.1ti, apntain 'ihomas1 Worrell. Lading. Merrhlndite. Cahiu pau<enge's-Mr. and Mrs. Selv'wrigitt, and nine childien: MI. attid Ms. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. A'lleckett, Nrir. Easy, Dir. Chambers, Mr. Coven, and NIta. King and rson. SteeraLe-William Parke, John Sawkins, anid Mar sbatn Taplin. Yesterday, the ship St. Gcorge, 593 tons, Captain Weakner, from Oano, Artylelhire, Scofland. Cabin passengers-Ir. and Mrs. Simpson. Miss MtDou. gall, Rev. Mr. Rohus, Dr. M'Lean and Mrs. Nl Lean, NIr. John AI'L'ian, Nir. Ilneh N'Lean, and Nir. Donald M'Leanu, and 321 emtigrants-stockmuen and shepherds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. EBENING SALE--OOKS. 7. T. WILSaS0I aIas thre'onor to announce to the- Literati of Near I South Wales, that he has been instructed by a a Gentleman of talent and taste, recently arrived 4 from the Great Metropolis, to offer BY PTJBLIC AUCTION THIS EVENING, Friday the 16th instant, at his extensive Rooms 74 George-street, at half-past six-for seven o'clock. T; on, Cases BOOKS. now landing from tie 1- ADELAIDE, iThe -finest possible selection; amongst them are many of the works of Byron Moore *Scott SAinsworth Milton Miss-Porter Miss Edgeworth 'James Johnson, and Cooper -t -Terms at sale. - 'Catalogues may be had, at the office of the Auc tioneer on Thursday next 7 LIVERPOOL ROAD, .To Cafitalists, Speculators, retired Tradesmen, Graziers, Farmers, and - others, who anai, be desirous of pur -chasing an independence for them selves and offspring. J. T. WILSON, NNOUNCES, that he his been 'honored with c instructions from the Proprietor, to bring to t Public Competition, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

Houss ox Loths, Thursday, Tuly 12-Messen -gers from the Commons brought up the Member's Qualification Bill, the Western Australian Act Continuance Bill. and srreral other Bills.-.Tmnaes, July 13.

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TUESDAY, NOV. 13. Before Mr. Justice BURTON and a Civil Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

TvUBSDAY, NOV. 13. - Before Mr. Justice BURTON and a Civil 'Jury. 'John Ballantyne was indicted for purchasing a mare from a -convict, named Bennett, illegally at large, the property of Mr. Kenny of Lake George, well knowing the -same. to have been stolen, on the Ist diy of:July, 1837. The-whole of the evidence against the prisoner being that of an accomplice, of the-same name, the Jury, on the charge of the Judge, acquitted him, Ile was discharged, there being no other case against him. Pefer '1ýidholswas convicted of a burglary st -the dwelling house of John Rowell at Newcastle, on the 1st of October last. 'Death recorded. Re commended 'to be* commuted to ten years trans portation. - Owen 'M'Carthy -and John 'Stewart were ilso convicted of a burglary at Bathurst, and stealing property belonging to Charles French. Death re. corded. Commuted to fifteen years transportation, with a recommendation not -to be returned to Sydney during the term. 'Robert Hunter'(ayouth of nineteen years ...

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Law Intelligence SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

Law Intelligence SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, Nov MaBea 12, Before Mr. Jestice Burton and i Civil Jury. James Whelan (about twent-five years old), a shoe-maker, stood indicted with burglariously en tering the dwdlling-house of Mary Cox, at Bunga dore, and stealing therefrom a quantity of articles of merchandize, her property, on the night of the 1st May last. Plea, Not Guilty. It appeared from the evidence of the prosecutrix, that tihe prisoner lived, in May last, next door to her at Bungadore. Upon the night in question she retired to bed ateight o'clock. 'In the middle of the night she was alarmed- by a noise, and upon opening her eyes-(having a candle burning in the room) she discovered the prisoner dragging out a box containing merchandize from under the foot of her bed. Prosecutrix said " who is there-?" The prisoner replied; " if you say a word I'll knock your brains out." -He then handed the box to another man outside, through an opening made by the removal of three o...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY. The eleven individuals committed for the mnassacre of the blacks at the Big River, near Dangar's station, were tried vesterday and acquitted. The prisoners were renranded at the request of the At tor:'ey-General. A full report. of the trial will appear- in our next. We understand that £300 'has been subscuibed, by the Hunter's Itiversettlers, to derr.iy the expenses of conducting the: defence of the eleven men who were yes. terday arraigned for the murder of several of t-he aborigines. *tBREAKrIj PRISON -9ome time since two soldiers were, by judgment of Court. Martial, sentenced to be imprisoned and %Norked on tire Tread Mill, Carters' Bar., rack, for the space -of twelve months. On Monday night one of them eff.-cted his escape out of his cell, and got clear off; the other also attempted to- break out of his cell, but .was frustrated. -80Tr RaearbuNT. - (From a Gorres pondeal )-With reference tp a paragraph that appeared in the public prints on occa sion-of the appr...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

Port Phillip. The following vessels are advertised at Port' Phillip, in the Port Phillip. Gazelle of the Vrd November, viz.:-The schooner Henry Freeling, 100 tons, and the schooner Gemnfor Adelaide. The schoonler John Dunscombe expected from New Zeo land for Launceston.; the cutter Elizabeth Hen. rietla. as 'a monthly trader between 11obart Town and Melbourne; and the schooner Success as a regular trader between Sydney and Melbourne. The advertisements in the new Port Phillip Gazette contains, of course, notices of the leading business and affairs of the settlement at Melbourne and theanterior. The following is a summary. Mrs. Aberline advertises Straw Bonnets for the ladies of Melbourne. R. Tanerd sells leather. John Hodgson keeps a store of all sorts,. (has two Pianofortes to dispose of.) W. P. Peckering the same. W. F. A. Richer the same. George Lay the.same. P W. Welsh the same. G. Lilly the same. R. Snowdon the same. F. O'Reily offers to snake clothes for the inha- hitants, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

For Port Phillip St South Australia. ri H E fine first-class fast. I sailing ship " HOPE," A Devlin, Commander, will snil 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 Master,9n beard. November 1, 1838. For South Australia, (FOR PASSENGERS ONLY,) And to return to this Port. THE FIRST-CLASS SHIP Parland, burthen 480 'Tone, R. TArT, Com ,=mander,' will sail for ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, in less than a fortnight from this date, where she will remain about ten days, and then return to this Port. The PARLAND having a poop. and her accom. amodations generally being of the best description, Families and Cabin Passengers have an opportunity of visiting the flourishing and interesting Colony of South Australia, under circumstances of peculiar dispatch, comfort, and convenience. Apply to the Undersigned, at Messrs. W. Walker & Co.'s, or to Messrs Gilchrist ...

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THE WOOLMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

From the TIMES '2nd July] THE. WOOL MAlRlKET. 'LEEDs-Thie demand for all kinds of cloth has *been very great for the two last mnrket.days, and much business has been done both in the halls and in the warehouses. The stock of cloth in the balk state is less than we -have known it (at this season) for a great number of years, and we trust'the time is arrived when our manufacturers can get a remnt nerating price for the goods which they now make. -Very general report- are still prevalent about the great advance which has taken place in wools in tGermany; we are, however, -very sceptical upon this point (thought we are aware that wools last year were in some instances sold for a very low price;) these cases, were however, very limited, and we are still of opinion that not one-quarter of the advances, on the average, has ruled in the late fairs, as interested parties have stated to be the case. 'The orders for woollens for the Amem ican market 'are more plentiful, and a good trade is ant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

OFPICIAL GAZETTE. Published Weekly by the Local Go Government. WKDNESDAV, NC VE.IBER 7, 1839. Colonial Secretary's blirce. Sydney, 29th October, 1838. GRANTS OF TOWN ALLOTMENTS. THE tollowing descriptions of Grants of Town 1lotntnents, with the names of the persons to * whon, they were ftiginally promised, or by whi,'m they ate now claimied, arre published for general in fonration, in order that all parties concerned aiy have an opportunity of correcting any errors oir oetissions which may have been made inadvertently. It is requested that, within three months from the present date, the particulars required by the Otvernment Notice of 1st October, 1838, may be accurately furnished to this office, viv. Surname and all Christian names of tht person in whose favovr the Deed is to be prepared, written at full length; his residence; and the intended camie of the property. Also, (if required in any name but that of the ori ginal Promisee), the grounds of the clai i, and it letter from the...

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

RATES OF INSURANCE. Lnndon and Liverponl--2~ to 36 per cent. 'Hb-hart Town-I per cent. Lhunceston-1- per cent. Swan IRiver-4 per, cent. New Zta:lnd-I per cent. South Sea islands-2 per cent.

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

FitEIGHTS. To London-Wool, l~d per il-oll, old meattre, £4 10+ to £4 151 per tun--thmber, £5 10i per load-fltx, £6 per ton. To Liverpool-Ditto ditto.. To Hobart Town and Launceston-£1 5s to £1 1os per ton. To Sw.n River-£1 10s to £2 per too. To New Zealand and South Sea Islands-£2 to £J 103 per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

AGENTS TO TTHE :aebranr nftor anb eommwuada u?berttier. OUR Subscribers and the Public will please take notice, that Mr. "Liscombe of Bathurst, Mr. William Cross of Windsor, and Mr. Corne "lius of the St. "Michael Store-s'hip, Greenhills, are the Agents in their respective neighbourhoods for this Journal. These gentlemen arc -sup Splied with printed receipt books, ant -are authorised to receive money and take orders on account of this Office, and our country friends are accord ingly requested to pay them with -as little delay as possible, particularly * our old standard friends. .A SUPPLEMENT it publiihed w:uilh thiw day's number.

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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARD: November 10-HIND, 141' tons, D. Egan, agent, for Norfolk Island and Calcutta. November 15--PALMIRA, W02 tons, Edwards & Hunter, agents, for Java. November 15-SIR JOHN BERESFORD, 292 tons, A. B. Smith & Co. agents, for West Coast South America.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 10th to the 17th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 1Oth to the 17h instants inelusive. November 12-COROMANDEL. 662 tons, Neale, master, for New Zealand; 1 trunk I box apparal 1 box pipes, 11 cases brandy, 1 case slops, 5 kegs 19 boxes tobacco, I hogshead arrack, 2 cases ciNovember 14 -LADY MARY PELHAM, 206 tons, Ross, master, for South Australia; 1 bag glue, 2 boxes beads, 198 bags 10 hogsheads maize, 149 bags flour, 20 bags 1 cask salt, 240 flag stones, 1594 cedar boards. 2 pipes 2 quarter-casks 4 cases wine, I hogshead 2 boxes leaf tobacco, 1 box 1 wood cramp, 2 boxes sheep medicines, 1 weighing machine and weights. 17 cases liqueurs. 8 cases slops, S casls salt and almonds, 4 cases drapery, 3 casks 20 packages hardware, 10 casks porter, 7 casks ale, 4 casks 2 tierces pork, 2 kegs colonial'tobacco, 9 bundle leather, I crate chairs, 1 case hats. November 15-WILLIAM, 149 tons. Thom. master, for Launceston ; 213 logs cedar, 2 barrels arrowroot, 3 cases mustard, 10 bundles spades, 7 bundles frying pan...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

'IFOR 5AL.E, ?'eu1GIIT OR CIIAnTRR. Johnl M'Lellan (ship) for" freight or charter. Adelaide, fnr sale Siren, (brig) for ..ale by Auction Guide, (brig) for ditto. By the Customs' Report endingthe 10th October, an increase of 6000 tons of Shipping appears to have arrived, on the quarter previous. News ran DounBL PAcKar.-This schooner brings oil and whalebone to Mr. G. Weller. At the time of her leaving New Zealand, the gangs at the places mentioned below had procured the fol lowing quantities of oil :-At Molyneaux ]Harbour. 45 tons-at Wyacava, 25 tons-and Sterling at the Block. 80 tons. The Forlune. American whaler. was lying at Molyneaux Harbour refitting,, with 1500 barrels sperm oil. Spoke the Mary, Captain Stein, on the 13th November, in lat. 871" N., and long. 162 ° E., with 100 barrels sperm oil; out six weeks from Sydney. G. Weller, Esq. owner and agent. The bark Fortune has been purchased by Mr. John Jones for £2800, and has been hauled round to Peacock's whatf to be equipped ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

Sipp?tt g Jntrtligencc. ARRIVALS. On 'Friday, the 'brig Freak. 201 tons. V. H. Smoult, mastes, from Calcutta via Hobart Town ; from the former 21st July. the latter 9th November. Cabin patssenaer-Mr. M 'Inose. 'Steerage-James HlHolman. Agents-sTohn LorI & Co. Yesterday. the schooner Dublin Packet, -121. 'tons. Captain Wells, from Otago. New Zealand, .the .26th October, and 4West Cape 1st November. 'Lading-77 tuns black oil, and 6 tons whalebone. 'for Mr. George 'Weller. 'Paasengers-Messrs 3. "Price, T. Brown, Abbot, Williams. Hudges, Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Bain and child, and 24 of the whaling gan;?. Same day, the schooner Minerva, 122 tons, Leslie, rmtster, from Caipiti, New Zealand, the 3d November. Passengers - Messrs. 'rRbdf.od and E:vans, and 1"5 men from tile whaling gangl. I.ading--6 tuns black oil. 'a tons whalebone. If t.,s flax, and 64 hams. The oil is 'the psoperty of G. Weler, .Esq.

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