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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

DEPARTUR E. Yerterdav. the Sir .IJo/n fBeresfiwd fer South America. P'sbcngcaa-Dr. Siuait, Mlra and Miat Nclaon.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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FOREIGN WOOL MARKET, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

SFOREIGhN WOOL MIAI4KfT, AouGuT.4. We haie rno alteration to po-, t il th&demnatnl, for anyy de.,,cription of l'orerign Wonl. A fur bn-l irs las'been Irtrnsalcted durinog the week, and so newhat Igihelrr pricesl hven been -mnalde. 'Import for the *~eek, 704 ; pevionul y this yea ,30,631. Total, 3l,3ri3.-Afo,,,iitr C0arrnicle. f611 Auugust.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

vOR SALE, FrEIGHlT OR CHARTRS. Siren, (hiit) for .ale by Auction Guide, (brie) for ditto. Janet Izet, for freight or charter larther, tor satle A new cutter, 40 tone, at Asar's wharf. NEws TER BARQUE IANDBsAs.-This vessel brings a lot of bullocks, consisting of 110 head, in the finest condition; besides 17 kegs butter. The wool, consisting of 12 bales, is, of course, shorn from wethers sent to market. The whole of her cargo is from the station or Dr. Imlay. Sighted a barque on Tuesday, at 3 P. X.; sup posed to be the Merope, from the Port of Sydney to Twofold Bay. Same day, barque standing to the eastward-supposed to beathe Integrity, Pear son. Heavy rains had fallen in the vicinity of Twofold Bay; in fact, more than was required. In case the Colony should require it, fat cattle to the amount of 1,500 head were ready to be sent to market.-W. Walker & Co., agents. NEWs PEa EAnRL Gaay.-This vessel made 'her passage to this Colony in the short space of 99 days; she brings 288 m...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

DIED. On the 10th May on her passage frucm Sydney on board the ship William Nicol, Mrs. Ann Brindley, eldest daughter of the late Jamee Brindley, Elq., Engineer to His Grace the late Duke of Bridge— water, agcd 69.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

Married. At Portpatrick on the 12th June by the Rev Mr. Urquhart, Charles Kerr, Esq, British Linen Com-     pany's Bank, Stianraer, to Mary, only daughter of Captain Little R.N., agent for H.M. Post Office   packets at Portpatrick. Deaths. On the 16th instant, at Harrowby, Hunter's River, Edward Robinson Esq., Solicitor, late of Sydney. On Tuesday morning of hooping cough, William, the younger sun of Dr. Malcolm, Sydney, aged five years. At his residence at Mittagong,T. D. Rowe Esq. The Friends of the late T. D. Rowe, Esquire, are respectfully informed, that his Funeral will take place on Sunday morning next, moving from his late residence, Phillip-street, at eight o'clock. This unexpected event having taken place at his seat at Mittagong, precludes the possibility of giving his Friends more formal invitation.

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ARRIVAL AT HOME FROM THESE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

ARRIVAL AT HOME FROM THESE COLONIES. August .1-The William Nicol, M'Alpine, from Sydney.

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

VESSELS LAID ON FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Frances Charlotte, 300 tons, Thomas Well- bank, commander.   The Prince George, 482 tons, to sail 20th August. The Macid, 420 tons. to sail 20th September.   The Barossa, 740 tons, to sail 20th October. The Edward, 560 tons, to sail 20th November, The Arican, 668 tons. The Susan, 577 tons. The Resource, - Boyle. The Dorset - Bishop. The Glenaboon, Marshall, Cleared out with cargo, the 6th August.

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LAUNCESTON ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

LAUNCESTON ARRIVtrL. Oerher 27-The cutrrer Aqile, X40 ton,'Bentley,. fi ou Port Phillip, with theep, &c. 27-Th: Fchooner Industry, 96 toils, Morgan, from Port Ptuillip,in balIzet. 30-The brig Bic4 Jike, 114 tone, Has ding, from Port Phillip, in ballast. November 3-The brig Rralannin, 203 tons,'Glh son, from NewwZealand, with pine. 3-The schooner Eliusabeth, 51 tons, Stiles, from South Australia. 3-The'hark 2Lady Emma. 135 tons, Price, from South Australia, with sundries. DEPARTURP.S. October 27-The bri .llenry, 105 ton., uflue, for Port Phillip, with sundii,"s. 31-Thtrcutter Pickwick, 45 ton', Demnpster, for Port Phillip, with sundries. November 2-The cuttet Aquila, 40 tons, Bentley, for Port Phillip,'wlth sundries. Marlet Pricer, Newo I'hnrf, Noramber 8.-The market has been well supplied during the week; h zy, wheat, and potatoes, are in brlsk denand for cexportation, amnd bring comparatively high price : wheat 8s Gd to 9s per hbushel, hay £5T1s to £ti 10*, potatoes £6 104 ...

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Van Diemen's Land. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

Van Diemen's Land. tFrom the CoUuIER of 9th N'ovember.) HOBART TiWNR ARRIVALS, --7FM - . Dhrik,1res W'Anitond,_134 tons, from b4'.PA irUI RES. 4-The brig Eleanor, 253 tons, Lyons, for Laun   ceston, with sundries. 4-The huig Ltrass Packet, 170 tons, HuIkell, for Lancreston, with strndries. 4-The hark Lindsays, 219 tons, WValsh, furTwo fuld' Bay, nla ballaut.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

AGENTTS TO) TTnI 3Wa te £ Yasnfttor anut eoammeriai IRbbertfaer. :1O JR Subscribers and the Pdblic will please takt-notice, that M4r. Lisconmbe .of Bathurst, lr1. William Cross' of Windsor, and Mr.. CGmrne Slius of the St. Michnel 'Store-ship, Greenhills,. are 'the Agents in their respective neighbourihoods for this Journal. These gentlemen are sup plied with printed receipt'bo6ks, and are authorised to receive -money and take orders on account of this Office, aud-our country friends are accord Ingly requested to pay them with as little delay as possible, ;particularly our old standard friends. CARGO OF TEE MERLIN.-P-AUL & CO., AGUEtg, 0so pieces 4 cases ironmongery, 18 csks acids, 4boxrn 11 bales cottons, S6 pieces 10 boxes 7 casks hardwar, t crates metal, 198d5 iron pots, 57 bundles spades, 6 bondes steel, I keg tongues, 20 hams, 2} barrels barley, 22 cash peas, I cask vinegar, 6O tons pig iron, 5 trunks I cask shoe, 2 gigs, io boxes leather, 83 casks bottled beer. 29 bags...

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The great July Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

'The great July Wool Sales. hottrentNWIIOL SALtts--The public sales of Ca 14sial andl other descriptions ofa Wool whidif have been annnounced for sometime past, and to which so. nmuch interesct i attached, .comtenced on llouday week, and (tare c'ntinued daily since. The atterndance of the. manutfacturers and others princi 'paldy interested has hitherto been extremely great, hnd the desire manifested to obtain the various sas. ples--rety general. '-The tetal quantity declared for sale was not less than 5450 b ales, inetidine -scretal choice'narkics. the fie st sale on Ilonrday week was conducted by Ml etars. Thnnoas.Solthy and Sun, and it containedl 128s hiles. Of these .914 were front Australia, 361 fioniVai Diemenii's Land, and 14 bales afi ot Swan !liver. The Australian troils holid al- 2s id to 2s5 d per lb, and some s"mplei G. K. oat 2s to 2s-ld per lb. Low quali ties old at la Id to 2a 24 pe;r lb Van Diemen'' Land woolk t.obtaiined ftorts Is Id to 2s id per lb., anti the Swan R...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1838 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. News by the 'Earl Grey.' [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

'SYTYD4Y MONTUR K COMERCIAL ADVERTISER FIllD.WY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1838 -Nothing etenuate, nor aught set down in malice.--SuAKE 1New3 by the' Earl G-rey.' Politics rcn'ain in etalu quo. The three great OVA r.;l rlr lull al S"entsl to uMets to -moe, nilu u: are ,is doubt whether it will not be rejected by the Lords, aknmeaded tp afresh by'Lord Johnl in his Inst. The lower. orders are agitating. Great meetings in the North, but orderly. The one at Birmingham consisted of 200,000 men; AIr. Att wood in the chair. IDfete business commenced, Mr - Attwood requested tlhe asssedibly to thike oft 'tlheir hats while he invoked thel Divine blessing-on the meeting. WOOL. OIL., itn H15,ALONE.-.-..The Earl Gray ias nuf br'ought a single ('catalogue of the London Wool Sales of July last.; the'whole correspondence on the subject, osiginals atid dupllicateshaving *been forwarded, it is supposed, by vessels whieh left before the Earl -Grey. Accounts have been rr. ceived of the sales of the Portland...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

The trade between Liverpinl and New South Wales i+ rapidly increasing. 'There are now loading right vestels for Hohart Town, Sydney, and South Au-tralia-anl all of hirmI have accommnodA4tious for passengers.-Liaerpool Standard, Ist. A.gust.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

SAAES BY AUCTION. .HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. - J. T. WILSO N Acquainta the newly arrived Emigrants qud others. who may ·be 'desirous of purchasing household furniture;'that he has. been. instructed by two gentlemen; leaving for the country, to offer -by public auction,iTO-MORROW, Saturday the ;24th of November, -at his established rooms, SGeorge-street, at half-past ten for eleven o'clock, A most splendid selection otgoods, as under, VIZs: Couchee Settees Sofas SToilet Tables Work Tables Dressing ditto Dining ditto -Card ditto Loo ditto SPembroke ditto Chairs, horse-hair Ditto cane bottom Ditto bedroom "Vash hand Stands Chests of Drawers Side Boards Cellaretts Four-Post Bedsteads-aid'Hangings . Iron ditto ditto Beds and Mattresses SSplendid Grand Plano Forte, by Broadwobd Rich Rosewood Cabinet ditto; full tone Mahogany Richly Mounted Cabinet ditto,imag nificent touch, by Jackson Carpeting Kidderminster Ditto Brussells HearthltRugs Barometers Time Pieces liquor Cases XitchenTables and-Cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

Ganeral Post 01ec. November I, 13as. IST of Unclaimed Letters for the month of October, ALLAN Mr Khard L gMr ishn BAbR yANVictor,Gallaume Lith row Esq R wMell rNewtown Lord M ry ense -uscett MrJrs~ph L)~Og MtRichard grrrat~sWLowle Mr Clrarlen awaic M rW Lowe Mr Thomas. Inspector Barry MrJ arrestonecutter f rPolce Beadnell Esq Wil Lose Mr Flearyr Behan Es R J. BombayMe- LLuna r LI dica1 Service Luca Bet M John LiquL.r illiamn Bakford Mary ~- WARTHUR Mr 'Challes, ackmor Mr W builder Boden Zachbaiba M'IKean Arthur Greece Mr Thomas M'Conne MrJohn Brlgn 1 Mr W M'Crearly William Brims W .M'Donald Arthur, New Gaol. Bronze Mrs W M'Donnel John, tailor Brown Frederick James M'Grath Jon. Illawarra Brown Josph J C M'Gulro Patrick Brown Esq W M Mackrell Thomass Burtage Wim Miaher John Bart Esq John Mahoney Maria Barney Esq Charles,olicitor Mann Mr James, foirmerly Burrel.Mr (late of the ship V D Laud City ao Edinburf r h) Martin Wm. Clarence Plains Burrows Mr John (Cowpas- MIller Ann, per ship H...

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VESSELS SAILED FOR THESE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

VESSELS SAILED FOR THE COLONIES August 2-The Margaret, Canney, for Sydney. 5-The liebe, for H lobarcTown. JULY 31-'1he'Fcarle, Ager, for Sydney cia Cape of 'Good Hope. 31-The Parisea. Sorre, for Sydvery. 26-Lloyds, Garrett,;for South Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

For Port Phillip. T IH E SCR.OON ER " BESSY." George Watson, Commander, will be dispatched in a few days. For Freight or pusage, apply at the Patent Slip Wharf. N.B.-This vessel, in consequence-of her light drsaght of water, takes the whole of her cargo up to Melbourne. t For Port Phillip &8 South Australia. b THIIE fine first-class fiast. sailing-ship " HOPE," A Devliri, Commander, will-sail for theatiode Ports; on the 23rd instant. For FeiglEtor Passage, havingasuonerior raccommodationsapply to Mr. rDanIel EIgan, 110o- ' bar Town and . Launceston Packet Office, or the ' Mpater, on board. November 1, 1838. p ci For South Australia. 'To bail in November, rj 11E Fine Brig " NEREUS,' 1 125 tons Register, F. R. LEss, onumander. For Fieight or Pas lsage, apply to Messrs. V. & E. Solo mon, South Au'tralian Packet oice; Liverpool Wharf, near the Queen's Wharf. 1.and IL Solomon inform Shippers of Goods to eS1th Australia, thatn they will receive freight at t ealiOve Store f...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. Yesterday the William the Fourth from Port Macquarie. On Wednesday, the barque Merlin, 34 tons, Duncan Thompson, master, from Greenock 13th June- Hobart Town, 10th instant. Lacing-a por tion of her original cargo and potatoes, &c., from Hobart Town. Passengers-Cabin-Mr Alexander McDonald, Mr James Pollock, Mrs. Rose Pollock, Robert Mudie, Potter n ki e .ohn ,ln ;D. d   liam Risk, Davrid Thliomaus, lolhn Paterson Allan Ml'Nevin. From Hobart Town-1Mr Web,, Mlrs Webb, and Mli-s Si ith. Same day, the barque Isabella, 323 tons, Samp son, master, from Hobart Town the 11th Instant. Lading-Hay and some butter. Passengers-Cabin -Mr and Mrs Cookney, Captain Mattinson. and Mr Cook. Steerage-James Andrews. Same day, the Earl Grey, 571 tons, Talbot, master, from Portsmouth 8th August, with 288   male prisoners. Passengers-Captain Ainsworth,   and Ensigns Doreton and Scurry, of the 51st regi ment-Mr. Laurie, of the Ord...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

FitEIGHTS. ToLondon--Woul, I~d per l--oil, old measure, £4 10) to £4 15s per tun-Limber, £5 10s per Ilmid-flax, £6 per ton. To Lirerpool-Dhto dittdio. To Hobart Town and Launceston-£1 5s to £1 ?Os per ton. To Swan River--£ 10. to £2 per ton. To New Zealand and South Sea Islands-£2 to U£ 10s per ton. -

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 17th to the 24th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838

EXPORTS. Yeses cleared from the 17th to the 2 th instant, inclusive. November 20-JOHNL 5lACLELLAN, Macdo nald, master, for Batavia, in banlhlat. November 22-.liR JOHN BERESFORD, 292 ton-,Fidler, rmaster. f.r Valparais ;" 14 bides hags. November 23-HANNAH 90 tons, Ilny, inaster. for New Zealand; 25 casks 15 kegs gunpowder, 2 quarter casks wine, 3 hales 2 casks sltps, 2 bule. bltinkets, 3 cases hardware, I medicine che-t, 180 ca'ks and sundry wheling gena, 10 bugs sugar, I cask pea. 2 tons flour, I toi salt. I tierce 2 kes tuhaccoO10 hocshead- rum. 2 hog-heads gin. 72 iron pots, 1 h ,x rai-Ins, 6 ketg wilre lead, 5 ash oar, 2 cans ill, I keg paint, I buldle spades.

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