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

Maaritius. The brig Freul bril-i us Mftauritiu, 99ournmld to the 29th Septrmber via H. obart Town, at which port they alrived byithe Mfary, Capt. Munayard. The ful!owing vessels were hiid on for Port Jackson. T'he Samuel Baker, 300 tons, Captain Wild, to sail-6th October. The bark Perseverance, Captain Corckill, via Hobart Towan. •The bark Henry, Eunney, mater, arrived on the 14th September. The fol lowing weer the prices of Sugar as quoted: in 'Le Cerneen of the 29th September. DC DC 'Fine Grey............. 6 20 to .6 40 Ordinary Ditto........... 5 60 Good gri ...................... Gp Syrups-Ist. Quality...... 4 81 to G 2nd. Ditto....... 8 74 to 4 44 :3rd. Ditto. ....... 8 33 4th. Ditto........ 2 54 to .2 84

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

PIIO.)JECT'I'D BEI'ARTII 'lES. 7nae rity, for the Eastern'isles, this day, the 19til. Palmyra, for'Indlin. this day, the l9th. I'drland, for Adelaide. dlittc, the ll1h. Lody Gipps, on a *ealing vyovae, 25th.linst. Abercromble, for Hnobart Tlow'n. the 25th'luatant. I)ryade, for L,,ndnn, 22d intt. Sir John 'Beresford, South Armeiica, 30th instant Pocklington for Fishery, 3 I Dec. .cwrcars for Port Philip, 25th inst. Rlisaibeth for New Zealand, 24th inst. Hope (D.vrlin, master), for Adelaide via Pot Philip, 23rd inst. LAID ON, DUT I.IME OFSAILING NOT FIXED. Caernarvnn, for the Fishery Hugeia, for London. Florentia, for Lcndon. Roslyn Castle, 'or London. .'eresu, for South Australia (nt yet'in.pnrt) Ui'llaom Stoveld, fir the?Shuth Seas. - Ilanna'h. for New 'Zealand. Hope, (Combnes) for London, in ill January. ltnerva, for R.By of i?lands. Adelaide, fr'Lnlon, if Iut sold Fortune, for the Fishery Despatch, f r the Man, itis

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

DEPA ITU ISE. On Saturday.-the brig Hind, Captain' onles, 141 tons.'fur Notrflk'Iland. Yesterday, the bark M.rope, 813 tona, Captain Clinch, $foi Twofuld Bay.

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LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

.1 7.AUCTOI gulp )IUWR. Ocz. 18.-Arrived the barquq- Lotus, Core: master. from London. 'asien ers-Mra. iRelnugle 'and two childen, 31r. Stbrne., Mr. Colter, Mr. WaI. Mr. May. Oct. 3&-.Arrived th" b g 4.fr'cainF1U M'TaRE gart, master, from England via South Australia. Pamsengers--.lr. and M1s. ?ills and 14 whalers. SAtLUD TnOx LAUNCESON. OcT. 27.-The barque Hartlev. Fewson, master, for London. Passenerrs-lrs. Davis, Mr. W. D. .Lette, Mr. Geo. Lette, Mr. Richards, Mr. & Irs. Taylor and child, Peter Counsel, James Brigg,and Michael Emery. The following are the Hobart Town lMarket Prices, up to the Gth November. MaRner PaRIces, corrected Up to this day- Wheat averages 8s per bushel, and from the small quantity of old wheat now on hand, and the news from Sydney, there is every prospect of an advance ; 2st flour, 20s per cwt; 2nd ditto, 18s ditto; hay. £5 per too loose-; £8 prepared; potatoes from £4 to £5, according to quality and looking up. Vege tables plentiful and che...

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THE DEFENCE HERE CLOSED [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

THE DEFENCE HERE CLOSED   The Chief Justice addressing the Court said, they had been engaged for many hours in an investigation as solemn as ever engaged the Supreme Court since it existed ; the result would make an impres- sion even in the mother country; in a small community like this, transactions of this nature were sure to be talked of out of doors , but he trusted for the sake of God, whose superintending Providence regarded the white as well as the black, and of their country, whose repre- sentatives they then were; they would dismiss from their minds all prejudice they might have imbibed, and direct their un- biassed attention to the facts as they ap peared in evidence, and return a verdict such as right honourable, and conscien- tious men-would do. He was bound to tell them that all were equally amenable to, and under the protection of the laws ; the black natives of the Colony, as well as the first nobleman in the land. In his respected predecessor's (Sir Fran...

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

Marriages By the Rev. Mr Cowper, on Monday the 12th instant, Mr Richard Gray to Miss Mary Ann Gould, both of Sydney. By special license, at St James' Church, on the 9th August last, by the Rev. G. N. Wood, Edward Stacey, son of the late Samuel Symonds, Esq. surgeon R.N., to Emily, eldest daughter of John Mudie Wilson, Esq. of the Commissariat. Death. On Friday morning the 16th inst. Hannah, the infant daughter of Mr T. B. Coveny of Market-street, aged 13 months.

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

-, SALES BY. AUCTION. Farm,. Nepean River. J. T. WILSO N 1FUas much pleasure in announcing to the Agricul. turist and others, that he has received instruc tions from the Proprietor, to bring to public competition, TO.MORROW, Tuesday the 20th November, at his well.known Sale Rooms, at half-past ten for twelve o'clock, and positively S'ithout the least reserve, an excellent:ARM, containing ?ý NE Hundred and Thirty Acres-twenty acores * ' are cleared, and under crop with . - WaEAT, MAiza. An ToaAco;,.. -at the present moment. Twenty acres more are cleared and ready for the 'plough-a further twenty acres form a grass pail. dock. The whole of which. sixty acres are fenced, with - a four rail fence dividing each paddolck separately. Upon the farm is erected a good Slab House, wi'h out-houses, piggeries, &e.,. and a useful Kitchen Garden is also established. This farm is situated near Castlereagh, in the -county of Cumberland-is'bounded hn the west by the Nepean River ; on the nort...

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

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. Published Weekly by the Local Go Government. w1VD?Y S DAV, N'CVEMB?I?R 7. 183Q3. (Continued from our last.) Colonial Secretatv: Ofmce, Sydney. 6th Novemubel, 1838. CONTRACTS .OR TIHE COLONIAL SERVICE, FOR Ml89. S OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received N at this Office, until Tuesday, the 4th Decembe? snxt. atnoon, for furnishing the undermentioned Supplies for Twelve Calendar Months, commencing I1t January, Isag, upon the conditions hereafter specified. Daily Rations of Provislons. EasIORA?Tr-Por men, 24oz. wheat bread, 16oz. fresh meat. 1oz. vegetables, .oz. salt, oz:. tea, Ijoz. sugar; dos -?so?s--For women, 16oz.. white bread, l2.z. fresh meat, 6Jz. vegetables, joz. salt, joz. tea, 16oz. sugar, joz. soap. -Children under ten years to be allowed two.thirds of the ration of Female Adults; above that age and under fifteen the same as Adults. 9o. 1. To Prisoners of the Crown,-and others in the employment of Colonial Departmentswhen authorizred to recei...

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

For Port Phillip & South Australia. 'fI R_ fine first-class fast sailing ship " HOPE," A Devlin, Commander, will sail for the above Ports, on the 23rd instant. For Freight or. P'ssage,having superior accommodations, epp y to Mr. Daniel Egan, Hq. bart Town and Launceston Packet Office, or.the 'Master, on heard. November 1, 11.38. - For South Australia. To bail in Novemlner, rF1 T Fine Brig NFTIFEUS,' S 125 toils Register F. R Il.ETea, Comnnimander .Yor Freight. or Psi sage, aptllllyoir si:V. & E. Solo. mon, S6uth'"AustraliaR -Packet Olfice, Liverpool- Wharf, near the Queeln's Wharf: V. and E. Solonion inform Shippers of Goods to South Australia,;that they wiull :rezeivc freight at' the itiove 'Stoie' for the;.* SKarzubs," free of all Store Rent .: For the Bay of Islriani If sufficient Freight and Passage offer.' S ?HE well-known Schoone .. "MINERVA,'.. " Burthen 120 Tons.- For parti culars apply to MR..F. -PETERSON, Springastreet, adjoining Messrs. M'Jntefiores &a...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

SPIRITS AND TORACCO. Stock on hand the 10h instant-R. P. rum, 81,897 pnllons-brandy, 14,715 gallons-k-in, 26,043 tallons -nther st,irits, 9.129 gaIllons. Fig anid Cavendish :ibacco, 71,.747 pontds- Br;azil dltto,13,7P0 pcunds; untanufctu:end ditto, 16.551 poundi-cigars,34,459 pounds--s uff, 2.678 pounds. Received during the week-B. P. rum, nil; brandy, 842gallonv-gin, 3,343 gallon--other spirit, till yFg and Cavendish tobacco, 3,915 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil-l.nm:nmafactured ditto, 5;000 pounds cigar', nil--nuff, nll. Delivered for home consnnmptlon-B. P. rum. 2,800 gallons-brandy, 855 gallons-gin, 464 etallos -,rlher spirits, nil.-Fig and ECavendish tobacco, 4(130 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil-unmanufactured -ditto, nil--ciarit, nil-snuff, nil. Delivered for expnrtation-B. P. rum, 742 gal:ons -hrandy,'5 tirals-gin, 49 gals-other ipi. its. 142 gals. Fig and `Cavendish tobacco. 1,709 pounds Arazil ditto, nl--nmtanufactured ditto, nil-cigars, 278 pounud-snuff, nil. Stock on hand the 17th In...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

-NEWS OF THE I)AY. TiU. SrATE OF I'RADit..-- h whole-. sale trade, as usual at this season, is inac tive. The settlers have'now laid in their supplies for sheelshearing and tie ~'rvest. anrd, consequentlyv, till the new clip appears in the market, it is nor.to be expe:te.l that business will increase, or that money will become more pleutiful. The present, inactivity Itowever, is to -be .attribatted as much to a -se arciry of g gods, as to any; abatement in the demand ; for we b-leive it is a long time -since the merchants' stores generally, were so empty as at- pre sent. Imports on-si,eculatiopt reduced as they have -been, of late, within rersonable limits, have-sold readily at a.godd proit; but the method of supply now general y preferred by our shopkeepers-is by orderro on-London through.the merchants -here. There is no alterawion -in the prices of staple commodities. The tierce Jobacco by the " Lord Elilon"' has already ch.%nged hands. Good tobacco, we hear. is scarce in the Lond...

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

Defence. Mr. A'Beckett contended that the evi- dence before the court supported none of the counts of the indictment. Of all the counts, the four charging the prisoners with the murder of Daddy, the native black, were the only ones offered to the jury as affect- ing the prisoners. Mr. Hobbs would not swear that the mutilated frame he desecrib ed was the body of old Daddv or any other MALE black, as set forth throughout the   whole indictment; he had distinctly sworn, that he could not distinguish the sex of the trunk found.. It was laid down by Sir Matthew Hale as an immutable rule, never to convict for murder or manslaughter, unless the body of the murdered person was found ; or sufficient evidence adduced, of the death of the party to convince the Court that he was not then in existence. Messrs Foster and Windeyer supported the argument of their learned coadjutor. The   following witnesses were then called for the defence. . Henry Dangar-Is a grazier, and...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 10th to the 17th inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

MANIFESTS. IM P ORTS. Reports from the 10th to the 17th inst., iselasin. November 13-JANET IZAT (bask). 229 tons, Scotland, master, from New Zealand; Bromwns Co., agenr.ts ; 118 casksblack oil, 93bundleswhale. bone, S A Donaldson-226 casks black oil, 286 bundles whalebone, 2 ca-ks ironmongery, R Jone 8f Co-56 casks black oil, 155 bundles whalebone, R Duke 8f Co. November 13--HANNAH (schooner), 90 ton,, Hay. master, from New Zealand, W. Wrightagat -176 casks black oil, 6 tons whalebone, if Wright, 17 cwt. whaleb-ne, Captain Laoases, November 14-SIREN (brig), 141 tons, Mnoro, master, from Launceston, D A Munro, agent-4 kegs Colonial tobacco, 3 tons hay, 3 kegs butter, 5 packages fruit, D A Mnnre-10 tons hay, BI -494 bushels wheat. R Campbell-1 cask fruit, 2 casks butter, A 3f S Lyons-2 cases fruit,. Capaois Trundle-I box fruit, Mrs Fisher-I jar fruit, Mrs Chapnmae--5 tons flour, 25 casks 1 barrel pitch. 34 barrels tar, 74 bags wheat. 40 k4e shot, 2. casks butter, Order. November 14 -S...

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MARKETS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

MWARRETS. STD?br, FRIDAY, NorVTZsEE 16, 1838. Flnn., Wheat, Bread, and Ri?coit, remain sta tionary at our lastinotation. From the late refresh ing showerscwe may hope for an abatement in prices. T'he holders rof tlaize are lo,,king for an advance. Colnial Tobacco. both leaf and fig, is plentiful. Of the-latter, soume ofa very superior description may be obtained ati's Gd per lb per keg. Hay and straw continue at the late advance., and a furt er advant.e may be expected. T'he-iŽportations of the former are too sm l to affect the-market. Vegetables are plentiful and (of an exceedin1 good onalitv: the pi ice4 generally are fair. Some French aeans, being the first of the season, sold as high as 4s per peck. 'Fruits are increasing in -variety, -but the prices =re exorbitant. Some apiicnts, n-t. quite ripe, were exhibited, foir which 2s 6d per duzen was a-ked. Butter remains at our last quotations, but a ftll is exoected. Cheese still scarce; other descriptions of *dairy produce remain as...

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Van Diemen's Land. HOBART TOWN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

Van Diemen's Land By the Freak, we have received Hobart Town Journals to the 6th November. HOBART TOWN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     Cer. 25-Arrived the barque Lindsays, 219 tons, D. Walsh, master, ftom Twofold Bay 18th instant, with 48 bullocks and 582 sheep. Agent, Duncan Macpherson. Same day the barque Isabella, 223 tons, Sampson, master, from Newcastle 13th instant, with a cargo ifsheep and coals. Agents, Willis, Garrett & Co. Same day, the ship Coromandel, 638 tons. W. Loader, master, from, London 28th June, with a cargo of sundries and stores, and 349 male prisoners. Passengers--Lieutenant B. Faunce, Dr. Tweedale, Surgeon Superintendent, H. H. Martin, 1 serjeant, and 22 rank and file. 2 boys, 6 women and 9 chil dren, of the 51st regiment, and 5 privates of the 21st regiment. Nov.,- 8-The ship Emerald Isle, -501 tons, Driver, master, from Sydney 22nd Oct. in ballast, put in on her way to India, through stress of weather and her mainmast sprung. Sa...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1838 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Slaughter of the Blacks. For the perusal of Mr Fowel Buxton, Sir George Gipps, and all Christian people. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

SYDNEY MONITOR 91 XOMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MIONDAY MOtRNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1838 '-'othing eitanuate, nor aught set down in malice.-SarKa. "Slaughter of the Blacks. -V~i. For the perusal of JMr Fowel Buxton, Sir George Gipps, and all Chris tian people. 'The trial of eleven men for the slaughter of a company of Aborigines of both sexes and all ages, from sucking infants to hoary hairs, took place on the 15th inst We stated in our last number that they were rcquitted. Our readers will find a very full repolrt of tire trial-in our Supple -inent of this day. From the violent articles publishded by a contemporary during the last months against the black natives, we had been   impressed with the belief, that not only had these slaughtered aborigines committed   some wanton murders on our stockholders residing' in their neighbourhood, .but that their slaughter had been perpetrated in retaliation for snth murders. But in all the evidence given on the trial, our readers ...

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THE EVIDENCE FOR THE PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

THE EVIDENCE FOR THE PROSECUTION. Thomas Foster, superintendent of Dr. Newton's establishment on the Big River, beyond the boundaries of the colony, exa- mined- I was at the Big River in June last; it is about three miles from Mr. Dangar's station. On Saturday the ninth of June, I went with William Mace to Mr Dangar's station ; I saw about thirty or forty native blacks there, men, women, and children; I remained there that night, and left next morning with ten of the blacks whom I found there. In con- sequence of information I received from a boy on the place, I sent the blacks back to Mr. Dangar's, and I saw them no more. I saw them go in the direction of Dangar's; I saw the blacks about four o'clock on Sunday; on the Monday about half an hour after sunrise, I saw a party of mounted men armed, about ten or twelve in num- ber. I cannot tell whether they were all armed ; some had pistols; they came to the men's hut. I spoke to two of the   party, Oats and Kilmaister. Oat...

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TRIAL OF EIGHT CONVICTS and Three Freed men, For the slaughter of a company of Black Natives, comprising Men Women, and Children, near the station of Henry Dangar, Esquire, situate beyond the north-western boundary of the Colony of New South Wales.` SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, 15TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 November 1838

TRIAL OF EIGHT CONVICTS and Three Freed men, For the slaughter of a company of Black Natives, comprising Men, Women, and C'hildren, near the sta- tion of Henry Dangar, Esquire, situate beyond the north-western boundary of the Colony of New South Wales. SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, 15th November.   Before the Chief Justice and the follow- ing Jury, viz :-Messrs. Thomas Holmes, David Hill, George Humphrey, John Har-   ris, Joseph Hanson, Matthias Hooper, Charles Hensley, Henry Hough, Thomas Harpur, William Howard, Andrew Hig- gins, and John Hall. Charles Kilmaister, William Hawkins, John Johnson.. Charles Toulouse, James Lamb. Edward Foley, James Oats, James Parry, George Palliseer, John Russell and John Blake, stood indicted for the murder of two male aboriginal natives, one named Daddy, and another whose name to the At- torney-general was unknown, near Dangar's station at Myall's Creek. on the 9th of June last. The indictment contained ten counts....

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

SUPPLEMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE Saturday, October 27, 1838. ANNO sECVNDO VICTORIA REGINXE, No. 17. By His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General, and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South Wales, and its Depen. dencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, with the Advi:e of the Legislative Council. An Act to amend an Act, intituled " An Act to provide for the Conveyance and Postage of Letters." ANNO SECUNDO VICTORII2E REGIN.E. No. 18. " An Act for consolidatirg and amending the Laws relating to the Licensing Public.houses, and for further regulating the Sale and con sumption of Fermented and Spirituous Liquors in New South Wales," (Want of room conpels us to defer the remainder vf the Gazette 'till our next number. It consists` merely of a column of the late. Sale of Leases of Crown Land. " Abstract of Sales by Auction.. The following is a List of all the Auctions which mil be held between. this and our next number. TIlIS DAY. IIEBBLEWHITE, W. at IRoom,.at 11 o...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

EXPORTS. fOz L-perm Whale, per ton .. .. 60 0 " "llack * ........ 0 0 FLA--Per ton New Zealand, rough. .... 12 0 0 fine ..... . 2001 Ttrsslt Blue Gum, per load .. ... I15 0 8 0 " Cedar, per foot.. ..... 0 0 9 0 0 21 B uxuo I a. Treenalls, per thousand . 2 0 0 a a 0 Blides, salted, per lb. . 0. " 0 2 Beef (Colonial).. . .. .. 0 4 Park (ditto) . .. . .. 0 0 7 Flour, per'l I lbhs ... .... 18 0 1 I 0 Soap, per lb (Colonial).... 0 IO 4 Candles .. .. .. . .. 0 0 6 GRAIIN Wheat . .. .. ..... 0 7 0 s g 0 Maize .... .. .... 0 9a 0 9 Several parcels ý.f Pntk having been forced into the Mat; ket during the last week, the holders getting :larmed at the large shipments expected, has caused that article to rccede in price. Spirits remain the same as before, no alteration having taken place.

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