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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 — 21 November 1838

ttcet31p Pctcorolog cal ~ablt. YAW? 4TSf!. O. rn FIHI1 IRtTTR, &C. &C.-TASF .N AT 9 IN 11W .M(JInNIG, 12 AT nOON. ANN) 1 T~'1IIt: Y.V F:Ný'd IeH.SI'F.CTIe EiLl'. Wv.DowrNn.n .. )4 I 64 70 C:8 N1 R:ciny ThIIIIInUAY.I. 1i c 7 1 69 NE !h1,wesy FRIUhv .. ....:]G (CC f:8 61 NE Shnww'y 'rII 2 5a fi 6 61 SW Cloudy Mozav....lg it,1'." 1V~~ Clear 7 t s......... 2 t 84170 SW Cluucly fieiea T'enp. 67 f

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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The Coronation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

IThe Coronationrs FProom the Cetlonial Times. nJovem er 6] We have received by the Margeret WIilkie, English papers to the 3rd July in. clusive, the contents of which refer .chiefly to the Corona:tion, which appears to have been a pageant of the most splendid and gorgeous description, that in the Abbey iGeing extremely imposing. We have no. room-this week for any detailed accounts, but shall insert them in our next. WVe may mention, however, that all the Theatres were opened to gratuitous admis sion by tickets previously obtained; while large Farties were given at the sever.l Club Houses; and the majority of the Prisons, with the Parochial and other puhlie establisbments, were furnihed with the means of festivity to the inmates The Fair in Hyde Park, was extremely gay; the fireworks, at night, were exceed ingly splendid, as were the illuminations throughout the metropolis: in short the u'most hilarity, gladness, and order uni versally prevailed, producing fewer acci dents, and Contr...

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

DEPARTURES. On Monday the Palmnyrd fJr Java. Yesterday the Integrity for the Eastern Ilands.

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SYDNEY IMPORTS, During the first three Quarters of the present Year, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

SYDNPY IMPORTS, Dicringy th -frst three Quarters of the present Year, 1838. 'Fast 1 Second Third Suarter, Quarter, Quarter, 18ess. 1838, 1838 ending ending ending . - . 5th April 5thJuly. 10th Oct. £ £ £ Agricultural implements . 308 375 :Arrowroot and Sago .. 1,351 57 647 Apparel and Slops .... 39,328 28,327 25,503 Bark and Mimosa .... 402 -137 Blankets& Counterpanes 4;848 6,347 2,592 'Barilla..... ........ ..........39 "Barley, Oats, and Peas.. 551 5,246 2,242 ---- Scotch & Pearl. . 24 70 Beer and Ale ........ 15,375 13,801 13,517 Blacking ............. 224 230 338 Billiard Table........ ...... 160 Butter and Cheese...... .. 1,562 522 Confection. & Preserves 433 731 483 ' Candles............. :813 1,827 161 -Carpeting ........... 305 2,182 795 Candlewick............ .. 45 380 Canvas and Bagging ... 4,632 6,234 12.351 • Carriages............ 4,284 4,168 6,362 Cards ................ 212 " Casks and Staves .... 2;193 1,877 3,001 " Cement.................. 50 2...

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

Singapore. We have received the Singapore Free Press arid Mercattde A4uloertiser, of -date the 19th July, from which we make the following extracts : The Calcutta government had sent an armed schooner into the Sunderbund, to .survey every part, and to report to themn whether is would be practicable for ships to get.up that passage wi h more ease and less ddnger than the very dangerous one of the Hooghly. The report is in favour of the new route. There was every prospect of the Indian Government going to war with the Ne paulese, and the Burmese. Active, though silent, preparations were being carried on ,in Fort William, to meet the exigency. ;The Euphrates Iron Steamer; Captain Lneh, arrived at Bussornh 18th April from Bakdad, started on the 17th May, with part of the crew of the Clice, Captain Hawkins, to make n. second attempt to explore that part of the Euphrates river which was the scene-of Colonel Chesneý'a failure. The Bencoolen from Sydney. had arrived and gone on to Calcutta ...

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

Police Newas. AN APPRRNTICR.-A day or two since, Mr. Mitchell, espied a lad in the streets whom he strongly suspected was not "all right;" he therefore reqnested the honor of a short interview wittr him. This, the lad, who called himself Sullivan, declined alleging that he was a .freeman, anti that •' freedom was to him as the air he breathed; to have it not, was to die." Mr.- Mitchell said, that they were good sentences, and well expressed--but -till there was some thing about his contour that brought to his mind reminicens,'s of days one by, and therefre he wnnlhl just take him to the watchhouse notwithstanding his bounce, for he threatened 1litchell .with lihe gentlemen of the long ro,be and horse-hair tails. The following morning, the youth, upon hei.ag brought before the Bench, informed the sitting Magistrate in a a piano voice, that he came to the Colony as an ordinary ,s.a tman in the Sea WlciL, and was discharged; but as he could not tell the name of the Captain and Chief Of...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

jippfttg ZntetiUgentcc. li'R IV AL. Ycstrrdsiy the William the Fourn from Port MIucquurie.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

DIARY. MEMORANDUQ M FOIR TIILE ENSUING WEEK. 21 i lih Wtter, 11 11 A. Mt.- 11 27 p. ,. 22 I Hi.h Water. 11 45 A. Mr.- 11 0 P. r. 23 1 !liih Water, 0 10 A. ~1.- 0 36 1'. M. 24 1 High Wtter, 1 6 A. in.- I 33 P. M. 25 j Hirh Water, 2 0 A. Mi.- 2 23 p. iN. Fie t .Q Iarter 25th-37nm. p's?i 4 A. M. 2t | High Water, 2 59 A. M.- 4 32 P. ýt. .27 i Highs Water, 4 5 A. a..- 4 3dJ P. in. Sr,"n rse., 3mn. past...-- Sets 56w. past 6.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. A Friend to the Sydney Dispensary" in our next. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " A Friend to the Sydney Dispensary" in our next. We beg to inform the Editors of the.Adelalde news 'papers, that we forwald to them this journal (ad jreslrd to them respectively) three times a-week, being put by us in the Sydney Post-office every publishing morning-and leaving 'this .port 'by every veasel which sails for Adelaide. The question is, do they receive it? We further beg to inform them, thatit is, and always has been most rare for us to receive their papers in return. For instance, by the IHope, Captain Devlin, which arrived the 2Dth ultimno, we did not receive a single paper, though •other people did; but whether the papers received by othllers, reached them through the Post-oflice, orby private blaud, we cannot say. If it were not too much tronble, we should feel obliged to the Editoas respectively to write " The Sydney Monitor" at thetop of the first page of their journals. (supposing them to favour us with them.) We shall continue this notice in-th...

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Law Intelligence SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, 15TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

Law intelligence SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, 15th November Before Mr. Justice Willis. James Regan, late labourer in Hassan Wall's Stockade, stood indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury on the trial of Thomas Philips before Mr. Justice Willis, on the 7th November, to which the prisoner pleaded guilty. Sentence, transportation for seven years. Before Mr. Justice Willis and a Special Jury. David Chambers Esquire, a Solicitor of the Supreme Court, appeared upon the floor of the Supreme Court to answer a criminal information filed agt'inst him by the Attor 0ey.General, for ltbelling with intent to proaoketo fight a duel, Richard ýVindeter Esquire, Barrister at law, by placarding him as a slanderer and a. coward, on the 28th. June last. The following i3 a copyof the placard : 't Mr. Richard WVindeyer, Barrister tat law, having aspersed my character, and refused tue the satisfaction of a gentleman, I proclaim him a slanderer and a coward. DAVID CHAMBERS. Sydney, 25th June, 1838...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. ~Fale of Household Furniture, at the " YVitoria Inn," Solitary Creek, Bathurst Read. " OTICE is hereby given to Dennis 'Kenny, m. y late Tenant of the '* Queen ;Victoria Inn." at Solitary Creek, that unless he pays the rent due to me, the Household 'Furniture, &ec., will be Sbld by Public Auction, on the Premises, by Mr. -John Purcell, Auietioneer, on SATURDAY, the 24th day of November instant. - A. -FASER. Penrith, November 13th, 1836. Syrup of Lemons. J. T. WILSON 'Informs Hotel and Tavern Keepers and others, that he will sell by Public Auction, THIS DAY, Wed nesday the 21st of November, at his extensive Rooms 74 George-street, at ;half-past ten for eleven o'clock, rTWO HUNDRED 2-gallon Kegs of SYRUP, . of LEMONS, adapted for miiing Punch, Lemonade, &c. The above is in the finest condition and of the -celebrated manufacture of Messrs. T. &'R; Guiter. "Samples may be seen at the Stores. Terms at sale THE NEW-TOWN LAND. J.. T. WILSON , Infor...

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. November 21, 1838. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

_Sydney nWholesale Price Current. November 21, 1838. IMPORTS. Srrs-T-(ln bond) gallon .. .. ad . d. £ a, d.. Rum, proof, to 80 O. P. .. 0 4 0 6 Brandy . . 6 0 6 3 OGin, pale . . .. .. 0 4 0 4 S ToBacco- 'Negrhoead. per b .. . 0 9 0 1 S Cavendish " . .. 1 10 SuOAR Manritlas, fine, per ton , r8 0 0 Brownu .. .. . s6 0 0 0 a Java . . 22 0 0 93 0 0 Reflined, pr lb .. .. .. .. 0 0 Oo CoIrPr. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0 0 1 o Tsa Souchong, per cheat . .. .. 0 0 B-yson.skiln , ...... . 4 10 0 IIlyson, per box ........ . . 2I 0 Rica East India, Patoa, perbag .. 1 10 o Java .. .... .. 1 0 Srcss- Pcpr, per ,prlb ....... 0 0 0 Cloves.. .......... a RAIlva- Cape :, .. ... .. .. 004 Smyrna .... .... 0 0 4 ,'Ic??--(In wood) Sherry, per pipe. .. . 1 0 0 50 0 0 Madelra ,, .. . . .. 0 0 41 0 0 TenerlH'e ..... . ........ 18 0 0 9 0 Port ,.r .. .. 0 0 60 0 0 Cape ... .. .. .. .. .10 00 (4n ottle)- doze Champigne, perdozel . .., 0 0 I Claret .. .. .. . .. 0 0 1 IS TMadeira .. ... ....... .. 1 0 110 Sherry . , ...

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Memoirs of Sir William Knighton. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

IVemoirs of Sir William Knighton. Of the letters from the. Royal. Family, those of the Duke of Car?MRsaOR are llain and direct, and-those of CUMBERLAND the most specific ; the-few from Yoasi, bu'i ness-like, and on the whole- the best : the Princess ELIzas^BTn writes like one whose heart is much better than her taste for her t;raummar and GLARtNCe, WILLAM ihe. Fourth, cuts the wort figure of the whole He is not only tasteless, but his warmth ebbs and flows according as any thing is to be gained. And see -what a pranydr for the " angeuls ille," and how he puts it upon his wife ! " St. James's, 30tb April 18.24. Dear Sir-His Majesty having so gra cicusly pleased to listen to my suggestion respecting the alteration for the Ha[,over ian Office at the Palace. . venture, once more to trouble you on the point of the building intended ,for that purpose. To the accoimodation of the Duchess, this additional slip at mhe back of our present apanrtments wou'd be most to he wi-hed and desired, an...

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

PROJECTED DEPARTURES,. Elizabeth for New Zealand, 24th inst. Ptrruand, for Adelaide. the v5th. Sir John Beresford, South America, to-mnrrow the 22nd instant. Em uae, on a nealing voynae. 23rd inst. Aberonr,,ubl,for H-lihnat Town, the 24th itistalt. DryasndJ, for London, 25th inst. Pocklingtn for Fi.hely, 31st Dec. !,AID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. Il/geia, fr LoTdor, in ?lJ annaryv. Florealia, for London, itn all Dece'm?er RoslynCastle, for London. in all Jannary. Nereus, for .outh Australia (nut yet in port) Ifilhlm Stoveld, for the South Seas. Hanrunah, for New Zealand. Hope, (Combhes) foi London, in all January. Ali?erva, for Bay of Island.. Atlelaide, for London, if tinot sold Fortune, for the Fishery Despatch, for the Maniiltius Mary, Swindells, for Fishery. Hfope (D. rlin, master), for Adelaide.

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A SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1838 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. The R man Catholics. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

A SUPPLEMMENT is publisaed :witA tia day's .number. Z , ? ...---m SYDNEY MONITOR . COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER WEDNESD.AY 'MOINING, NOVEMBER 21, 1838 =-_?-- _ _-- ----- ---r-c Notaidg inertuate, nor aught set down in malice.--SlArs . 'I T3he R man Catholics. 'TO Ti1EEDITOIt OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. SIR--A writer signing himself A Cor respondent in the'." Commercial Journal" df yesterday, calls on' the Roman Catholics of the Colony to sutport a pap. r. proposed to 'be published, that they may secure to themselves a channel through which 'to defend their religion from attacks similar to t'hoae which have for some time past au, reared ia the columns of two, nt-d of two only, .if 1 mistake not, of the five Papers of the day. As you ha'e on more occasimns than •one. and I hbelieve' unsolicited, evinced a (friend'y disposition towards your Roman Catholic fellow colonists, allow me, through the medium of your paper, to give the toman Cathlcs my sincere advice, not to auc...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

NEW?S OF THE DAY. WooL MAaRKrT.- CVe have been fa. voured by a gentleman of this Town, with the following extract fro n a letter of Mr. Van. Wirkinson, Merchant of London : '" The wool-market is most cheering, and, ere long, the late prices ; I mean those which diffused among your flock-masters such spirit, will be obtained, and will not be interrupted so suddenly, or so disas trusly.-Colorial Times, Nov. Gilt. New CArtnoN?t.-A project is on foot we hear, to colonize New Caledonia by a British htigration, but independently on the 1rithih government. This island, it is said, is astonishingly fertile, and in the opinion of those who have visited the tavoured spot, it will, with proper cultiva tion, prove to be the Jamaica of the east. The sugar-cane, the bread.fruit tree, and a vast variety of fruits and plants already grow there spontaneously and plentifully, affording a luxurious indolence to a fine race of cannibals. These gentry, we pre same, will offer the only serious obstacle t...

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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 — 21 November 1838

SITUATION OF SflIPI'ING IN THE HARI3(OUf OF PORT JACKSON. I'eekly Report, le lVednoadayv. Dio. 14ta, 1838. A 1ERCflOM i3E, schooaner, Crew, master, Monte fiores, Breillat and Co., agents, luading Hobart1 Town. ADELA IDE, brig. Oreaves," master, £rose, agcnt, at Qcevn', Whatr f, for sale. ARGO. - hmig-Billing,. uaaaatcr--Dawes, agcnt- In Darling Harbour, .rrfittinc. BE~tSY, Cameron, unua ter, Yutherilnghiam. agent anrl owner, at his what f loading for PortPl'illip:. "CIERNAIlVt)N, bark (whaler). Irwine, -ataatcr, lIag.teragent, at Moose's Wharf, refitting. DESPATCH. bark. Woodt. barter. T. :Itreet, agtent. in Cove, refitting far Mlanuitiarq. DltYAD, ship, Heard, masnter. P W Flowver agent at A-plnall anid Co. 's wharf, loatlinu hor London. EM NIA; (Gin Lady tiippe), brig, Birine, ma-ter, Dacre & Co., agents, mu Parent Slip, reittlng.. DUBLIN PACKET, schooner., Well< mnastr, Dr. ailleVearecnt, di'wlarelog at Duke's whrtofi EIIZABETII, bark, Hall dwaiter, street, age...

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

AGEN TS TO TH? Lne'n ~tonitor ant €omnFerrial Stberttie. UR Subscribers and the Public w'ill please take notice, that Mr. Liscomhe of Bathurst, 'Mr. William Cross of Windsor, and Mr. Corne lius of the St. Michael Store-ship, (reelnhills, are the Agents in their respective neighbourhoods for this .Journnl. These gentlemen are sup plied with printed receipt books, and ;ire authorised. to receive money and Take orders on account of this Office, anl our country friends are accord ti ly requested to pay them with as little delay as possible, liarticularly our old standard friends. ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION schich will be held between this and our newt number. TilS DAY. WILSON J. T., at Rooms, at 11 o'clock, 200 two gallon kegs of Lemon Syrup-at Mr. Harpur's yard, Sussex.street, at 1l o'clock, Cowrie Pine Oars, &c. HEBBLEWHITE W., at Rooms, at II o'clock. Glass. Platedware, Ironmongery, Coffee, &c. LISCOMBE MR., at Bathurst, (3 days' sale) of merchandise, at Dargin'...

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

FOR LONDON DIRECT. A REOULAR TRADER, T HE ship FLOBIENTIA, A.1.452 tons register, W. H. Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; is well grmed; cardes a surgeon, and has superior accom ishdations for Passengers. For freight or passage apply to W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George.street. For London Direct. HE fine bark" HYGEIA," 377 tons Register, Capt. Hannah. Has the greater part of her dead weight engaged, and will have quick despatch for the above Port. For freight or passage apply to HUGHES & HOSKING, Albion Wharf. Sydney, 22nd October, 1938. For Port Phillip Sc South Australia. T HE fin, first-class fast. sailing ship " HOPE," A Devlin, Commander, will sail for the above Ports, on the 23rd instant. For Freight or Passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Mr. Daniel Egan, Ho. bart Town and Launceston Packet Office, or the Master, on beard. November 1, 1838. For South Australia. To Sail in November, 1ý1?HE Fine Brig " NEREUS,' 125 tons Register, F. R. Lags, Commander. For...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

Births. At Sydney House, George-street, on Sunday last, the 18th instant, Mrs. S. Benjamin, of a son. On Monday, the 19th instant, at her residence in Market-street, the lady of Thomas Urmson Ryder, Esq., of a son. Married, By the Rev. Mr. Cowper, at St. Phillip's Church, on Monday, the 19th instant, Mr. John South, to Miss Mary Ann Paine. Deaths. At his residence, in George-street, on Monday, of Influenza, after an illness of only three days, Mr. Caleb Wilson. On Monday, in Elizabeth-street North, Sydney, aged ten days, Sydney Richard Sweeper Kentish, the infant son of Nathaniel Lipscomb and Anna Maria Kentish. At Liverpool, on the 13th instant, Mrs. Rachel Moore, after a long-protracted illness, the beloved wife of Thomas Moore, Esquire, J. P., aged 76 years.   Buried--On Sunday evening, 18th instant, Sophia, daughter of Mr. John Phillips     of Fort street, aged 3 months. George, son of Mr. Hayes, of Phillip-street, aged 2 years and 6 months...

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