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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 7 July 1825

' ;- We have given our Readers copious exiracis irom.me »ugusii Newspapers, as. being the greatest novelty of tlie week. H'hc 'sum tolal of interest which all the gleanings when pui I- '_'.! ? I^.w_:« to ,,nrn tnmVratn. Sitill hoWCVCX tllOSC wllOi'S Jfaoiifilils occasionally wander across Uic ' vasty deep, Jike to tainv what it is.wiie.ther ' ^.cator small,'! with wiich the minds of their cojintryuicn. and kindred are most occupied. Strange to say, the iffairs if ' . the tlieatrical world seem to be «' first and farenaost' in Importance of a^domestic oatufe,; with 'tire lilrisUsld public. Oru.ry. Lane iWtre has been the acenJB.of .considerable bustle, and disturbance, somewhat resembling Uie ' Q. P. Jlow,' of the oiden lime. Mr. Kean, the celebrated Mr. Kcso, it seems, thought proper to violate one of tlie injunctions not of U»e Court of Chaiicery, but of the decalogue, and to. ' iovet Jjis neighboiM-'s wife ;' hi« neighbour's wife smitten will* ' The Acting' of die disciple of Mclp...

Publication Title: Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TREAD-WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

THE TREAD-WHEEL. A series of Papers has been printed by order of the House of Commons, showing~thc result of inquiries made by the Secretary of State for the Home Depart ment; as to the 'effect of 'the tread-wheel iii the nrisniis where it has beehr established. .The effect' referred to is 'the effect upon health merely. With two'exceptions, the reports fronvall the coun ties aro very favourable, though instances arc men tioned of 'glandular sweljings, and of some inconve nience to persons ,having varicose veins. These instances, however, ar,e very few and, very insignificant. There are also some trifling accidents, which are stated to have arisen from carelessness of the prisoners themselves, or from defects in the' construction of the wheels. , - - . .,The.. two. cases of exception -to which we have re ferred, are the reports from the House of 'Correction at Westminster, and that at Stiepton-Mallet, in Sonie'r setJ %In the first of these the magistrates say,' that '. notwithstandi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

Bank oj New South-Wales, June 29, 1825. THE PROPRIETORS OF BANK STOCK are ?requested to 'meet at the Bank Buildings on Thursday the 21st of 3w\y, at 11' o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of declaring the' half-yearly dividend, &c. ending the 30th of. June. ' ' ' A. K. Mackenzie, Secretary of tlie Bank of New South Wales. . AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. TO the interests, of this Institution the Committee wish respectfully to call the attentipn of its Members and Friends; and, as the period of its Anniversary, to be 'held on the lStli of August, is approaching, tlie Committee request that the Subscriptions. ?n;d Doualions, in aid, of its Fnnds, may, as earthy »s convenient, be paid or transmitted to the Trca .su.er. Captain Piper; to the Collector, Mr. George Willianis, Market-street ; ox to ' ? - William Cowper, Secretary. Sydney, July 5, 1825. _ _ „ AGRICtFLTURAL SOCIETY. ' ~7 THE General Quarterly Meeting will be held at Nash's Inn, Parramat'ta, on Thursday the 2Sth day o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

' MERCANTILE RESIDENCE'. TO be LET, a commodiously built. House, situate near, the Wharf in George-streej, and having convenient Stores attached to it. * ? ' ? . . * ? Apply to Messrs. Raine and Ramsay. .- ' ' : ' .. .' - tiijTeclipse coach. ^ ; the public, are respectfully in FORMED, that the Eclipse will continue to run from Walker!s Inii, Parramatta, ever3' day at eight o'clock in the- morning, to Hill's Tavern, Sydney, and return again at four o'clock in the afternoon. ? ' . » . /. Fare inside, five shillings ; — Outside, three shillings. - ' The Proprietors beg leave to assure tlicir friends and the pub lie, that no pains, exertions, nor cxpence hns been or will be spared to render this conveyance safe, commodious, and expeditious, nndthat letters and parcels will be promptly delivered. jf. B. — The' Proprietors will not be unswcrable or accountable f r any parcel,- 'passengers' luggnge, writings, plate, Sic.'of more than ^£'10 value, if l'n-.t, stolen, or damaged, unless filte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

A SKETCH. /How coniparatively enviable mast be the situation of. .x London Editor ! His materials are, or profession ally. speaking-, his matter,' is ever rich, ready, and di-. versified.' He; Las no occasion, like many of those scrinoiers, -who, ?? aias, in a lar foreign land, musl awaken arid sigh for the friends they may never see more,', to strike his forehead and exclaim (as I oncie heard a Cambridge .coachman who was driving along a dangerous road some very indifferent horses), Ofoi a good leader ! Not by any means, Sir r but thanks to the never ending novelties in arts and in science, on the turf, in the ring*, and at the cockpit— —thanks to cornuted jealous pates and wi.ves unlike .Penelope— » to majorities and minorities-— to electioneering ran cour and ' congratulative sugar candy' — -to popular principles— —popularity without principle, and priuci pie without popularity-—- to' high life r without' high breeding, and high breeding in low life — to 'breed- ing in all its br...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

ENGLISH NEWS. ?By the ship Mariner we have received English Newspapers to the beginning of March. ° ? The ship Toward Castle, 500 tons burthen, was advertised for these Colonies, in addition rn M,» f..,m_ uer aireany reporteu. . The William Shand was advertised to leave the London Docks on. the 28th of February. The Billfor the Suppression of the Catholic Asso ciation passed through the House of Commons on the 26th of February. Messrs. O'CoNNELfaml Shiell were, refused to be' heard as Counsel at the Bar of the House of Commons against the Bill. A meeting, numerously attended, assembled at Freemason's Hall for the purpose of pe titioning the Upper. House against it. ' An Act for giving relief to persons, dissenting from1 the Church of England,, with respect to the ceremony of solemnizing marriages was in progress through1 'the, House. ' ^ ' - ? - , ? - ? _ Windsor, Feb. 24. His Majesty has not taken out-door exercise since his.return to' the RoyaL Lodge, i Mr. Secretary Canning has. ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS (Feb. 22.) THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

- HOUSE OFVCOMMONS (Feb. .22.) ?r'llR NAVT. - The Earl of( Dtirnley held in his hands a 'petition relative, to1 the state of his Majesty's Navy/whicli ho had. just rcqeivet), for the purpose' of v bringing h before' their lordships ;? and he p're' Sented It the mnrt* msttlilv n« if w/m)/1 ntiM liic *t#.kln ?»;»«,] ? ujj^junuuiLy io ciear up a suspicion wnicli very generally pro vailed; of the navy not being in that state of efficiency in whici it ought to be kept. That such was its stale was asserted - by th individual who had preferred this potition, but he believed tin assertion was far from being correct. Being himself desirous o inquiring into the state of the navy, he had found that in man i instances the reports of 'the bad state of certain ships was no' only erroneous, but totally unfounded. The petition being read, it 'proved to be from John Berriilge and prayed that the house_\vould be pleased to cause a full ui quiry to be made into tho state of the navy. Lord Melville sai...

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CURIOUS ROBBERY AND MURDER PREVENTED [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

CURIOUS ROliiJERY AWL) MURDER PRE - VENTED. ? A merchant of high respectability in Burdcaux, had occasion 'to visit tlxjt metropolis 'upon commercial h'\i-~ siiicss, Carrying1 With. him bills and money to'a.very large n'mounfc. s jOn his arrival at theMrates-iof ^Pairis. u.'gcntctH looking; man opened the door orjus, carriage. ,and addressed him to this effect: — * Sir,' I ^avq, .been waiting for you for sometime; according to rjiy.jiote'e you were to arrive at this hour ; and your person, your carriage, and your portmanteau, exactly answering the description I hold in my hand, you will permit me to have the honor of- conducting you to Mons. de Sar tine.' The gentleman, astonished and alarmed at this interruption, and, still more so at hearing the name of the Lieutenant of the Police mentioned, demanded to know what Mons. de Sartine wanted with him, adding at the same time that he never had committed' any of fence against the* laws, and that he could have no right to interrupt or de...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES. HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 9, 1823. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES. 'ho-use of commons. July 9. 1823. t {Committee of the Houseon the Bill for the better. ad- ministration of justice in .New South Wales and Kan Jfriemen's Land, and for the more effectual government ; thereof* and for other numoscs. ) -. » - (l^onttnitcd Jrom our last.} ? Mr. Secretary PEEL — I think I understood from, ?„? tne honorable and learned gentleman that there was no difference ,of ppiniou with respect to the next clause, and therefore it is not necessary to enter into the discussion of that subject, par ticularly as it is not the clause under discussion. * Now, I will attempt to state the outline of 'what I understand to.be the argument of the honorable gentleman. Ho says, great inconvenience would arise from the alteration of this clause. But the main argument with which I have to contend, is the argument addressed to the justice of the case; and the argument 'on the justice of the case of the honorable gentleman, I under stand to be this — that an a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET RETURNS.—(JULY 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

MARKET RETURNS.— (-July 7 * No. of Bush, sold.' -- «iJ'-y- ^ jp'.'s d 1r?' ' ' r '~ ' sold .at per Bushf- O- 14, O' - ' 2io . '' '?''- '- ' ' - ' ' V-- ^'O, ^3-6 . i -'?? - rs ? ?:. - ,:;jv.'2^.:s: , fid' .' ? ?'-. -'- ' ? - - -. O 19. 0- , 1 ? / ' *' ';, .' «? ' ' ? ''**? * ? -' ''*o -.10^-6-,. p.Aycrage Pri.ce-of Wheat ' -a- - Oils 10 1-2 - /, „ Ditto of. maize .'...' , J---.,, O--'4-,e'4. ? ? Ditto of Barley .t-_- j ^ . t- iO- S *0 \ Potatges.-Ss. Od. per cwt.( -,? .-^ '. ,?-(i .* ; ' j - ; . . .'* , , ? Fowls, ^3s. Qd. per cViiiplo . , ^-i.\m-. '-,-.-'-»?-'-,., Butter, 2s. 4d.per lb.. , ' ,:: -r 'X -i „-.' ?',. _; X/.'t - Epgs, Is. 9d.: per dozen .. ,.-'-r-— * 1 '* -, - . ??' r,1 ? V'^il *- ..Cheese .ls/3d. per lb. ...... »:-,-,. *-,v ', ,- % ^l.J-1^'' j Assize price of Bread— Eighlpence half penny periled^ *3'A, ' Selling price eightyence, to-ninepence h'alfpenu^. i v-\4 ' ' *

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Sunday the ship Mariner, W. F0therly, from Cork the,12 of March, 112 female prisoners, one died on the passage. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Cochrane, R. N.       On Thursday last sailed the ship Phoenix, Captain Francis Dixon, bound for London direct. Passengers, Mrs. Dixon Doctors Redfern, Davies, Doodsir and Macdonald, Captain James Black, late of the Swallow, Mr. Willer, and Mr. and Mrs Duncan and family, and Mrs. May. The' Phoenix has taken to     England tlhe largest colonial cargo ever exported.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDER?. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 13, 1825 IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE DISPOSAJ of Servants from the Factory at Parramatta, it i ? requested that every person who is not known to the Governc and Council will transmit, subjoined to his application, a certi Jicate of character from a magistrate of the district, and the cler gyman, if there be any clergyman residing in his neighbourhood ' It is also notified, that any person receiving a feriiale servan from the Factory, and returning her to that establishment under .period of twelve, months,' without a sentence. from 'a magistrate shall not be allowed to obtain, any other servant from the Factory ' until that period has expired ;, and further, that any person al lowing a female convict to luave his or her service and remain a large, shall nerer be - permitted to have any other female froi: the Factory. ' - By His' Excellency's Command, , . , . . '' . F.- GoUIiBUBN Colonial Secretary's Office, July 13.J825 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 14 July 1825

In our last we mentioned the amount'of the Salaries which are to accompany the appointments' of the New Governor and Colonial Secretary. These Salaries, so far from being exorbitant -or excessive, are in our opi nion out just commensurate with tlie -respective, ter vices and respective honors. . , ' , - ? . ? . We can hardly imagine that the. Proconsul of a large and, flourishing- Province of the first Empire in the world, should be expected to represent the Majesty bf Great Britain with less means ;or. a ,morc\ narrowed income' -than -what ~bix. ' thousan'd '.a'ycarwill afford,' The're is an infinity of difference., between a high and responsible office, at* least, so -far responsible' us the necessity exists tb*uphqld t1he, dignity *'and name 'of Great Britain's Monarch — and, an office, 'the occiu* 'pant of whicli'ihay'Mive 'in'obscurity,'' hoarding thi ;p'roilncts of a sinecure, or doze away existence ir -useless and listless indolence. New South- Wales *. acquiring a' name, not...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(JULY 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

MARKET UETURNS.— (JuhY 1J.) ' No. of Bush. sqld. , , , »'- - £} s, d. 34* ' - M- sold .it per Bush. 0 15 6 50 ? s -- - it** -i' * '- ' ' , - 0 15 0 dl6 * 1V '- '° - ' ' - . - 0 It 0 163 / J- t - '4 --r»tnl- i - . O 13 ' fi 28 - -,-?.,_ 0. 13 3 60- r'T-' -Ji '-- r* - '- 'oH 13 0 .60 . 1 ' , - » , -lii - , ' ? - mo ilf! (9 * 61 -v -^ - % 0 12 -5 ' 135 -l ' ' - ' ' - ' ' J- 0 12 0 , ,- 80 -, * -n, ,p - - ,{ O II 0 40 ,*..,; -' re ., - 0.9,0 Average Price of Wheat () - 0 12 7 1-2 J)itto of mai?e ' - ' 0 4 10 -Ditto of Barley i- * -1 O '4 H*^ Ditto of Oafs - * - -O -4 6 j ^ Di(to of llyte ( - 0 5 0 Potatoes, 5s. fid. per cw't. — rovvh, 3s. Oil. per couple' Buter, 4»s. 8d. per Ib. — Eggs, Is. 6d. per do^scn ' Cheese, ls/od. perlb.

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FROZEN FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

FROZEN FISH., , Tf was observed by Captaiu Franklin,' th&t.duiing Ihc severe winter vtliey~'ex.pericnced near the Copper Mine ltiver1 the fish froze as. they were taken out of the nets. jIh a'shcut time they became a. solid mass of ice, and bv a blow or two with- the hatchet ?were1 easily sphv open, -if m the completely frozen state they were thawed before the fire, « they recovered their animation. — This is a very remarkable instance of how completely animation can be- suspended in ,cold blooded - animals. Captain F. states tint a -5arp lias reco\crcd so as to leap about with much vigour, after being frozen thirty-six hours. . ? ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

A T CANTERBURY FARM, 7 r-l?M5:^Sl A. S-dney, about Tuenty-fivo Tons ;of.cxcci™ ;A iiheril allownncc and 'credit will ,bc given by taking ? whoh, on libotal terms j, . ? , ? ' v,;«iur,i;B[ Apply to^imes Oreenwood/oyerse.r ^b «1« P^ J Camnbcll's Wharf, Sydney , July 1,1325 nl^^jJ^-^iM ''s?l»A h Y — Prin ted for ihcJProptietofsTl'y'' J«'iiN.Ci'iiirf- B

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SAYINGS OF SUETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

- SAYINGS OF SUE.TT.';]; The' dissipntcd habits of this eccentric ^ performer are well kriq\yn. Mr. John Banister in vain endeavoured to reclaim him. One morning, not being at a rehearsal in.time/BanjijtJerrw'entiri. -search' of. him,' and found him up a court drinking gin- ..-Banister ?weui,up-'to Jiim', and draw ing* hint aside, 'Said, very gravely, — ' Suplt, are .you not ashamed of yourself, did you not promise mo you would refonnt' ' Why, so I have/'^saiJl^he, holding up the' pewter quartern, ' in n small measure.'—, ; — rBeing^nc, evening at his usual quarters-, the Black Jaclt, in. Clare-market, a very conceited young man volunteered, a '^brig? which he sung very ill. 'Upon his asking1 Suett'hOw lie 'liked it,' — ' Why, 'Sir.' saidiSuert, ' your song is like (he smalhp'ov.'- ' ' How is' that ?' ' ?A'd—tish'gcod thing when it'soia-'.'^- — L''.Tj-c candles you sold me last were very bad,' sard Suelt, to a tallow-chandler. '.In- deed, Sir; I am sorry' for that.' '? Yes,' Sir, 'd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROANING AND CRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

GROANING AND C11Y,ING. w-A French surgeqn lately published ajong dissertation ori.the beneficial efl'ecU of gr9an'ing and crying on the rtorvous system. He contends tliat groaning a.nd.'cryiug are the two. grand opcrr ations'by « hich nature allays anguish ; and that he has unifornil-] observed , thai those p.auenUwlio giveaway to uieir uaiurai icey ings, more rapidly' recover from operations and accidents^ ? than.', tliose wW suppose that it js qn worthy, a'man' to^betray.^s.Uch iymptonis of cowardice as either to groan or to cry. Hew al ways pleased %t4ie?cry ing? arid violent1 roaring -of tlic i patient: dxiriiic the time he is, undergoing a;sevcresurgic(il;oppration ; be cause*Jic' is satisfied Tlhat he will thereby ,'so soothe his nervous system as txt prevent fever, and ensure, a favorable termination, yrpiu ihe:beneiit liystericalimcf. oilier Tiery^us . patients derive from groaning ami crying, lie supposes tliat by-ifhese'; processes of nature, iiie superabundant nervous poj...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

, SHIP NE11S. - On Sundiy listT arrived from the sperm 'white fishery, the ship flftrnetj'Ciptain Anderson, wilh 1C0O bniroh. of sperm oil. - Sime dij the brig Panic, from Pnxt Stephens. 1 * ) - On Monday the schooner Samuel, Captain Dijdcsdiile, f»om ttie coast or JNew Zealand, with 1200 fur sealskins. On Tuesday morning last a ship (supposed to be the St. Mi ehacl or William felnnd) was signahstd'tb'the Soulhvvard and Easlwird , but owing (to calms and contrary winds, she lmsirot yet been able to make the port; r

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PHILOSOPHICAL INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 21 July 1825

PHILOSOPHICAL 'INSANITY.' The following Instance «f methodical and deliberate suicide approaches nearer to the stoicism of the ancients, on tliis sub ject, than to any of the modem instances of self-destruction.—? M, Bertliolet, son of the celebrated French chemist of that name, an uiiuiiuic jimug ujeiii, and 01 great promise m iiicrary aim scientific' n'tUiinmcnU, recently terminated liis existence in the following manm'r : — Having lighted a charcoal (ire in a confined room, he shut himself in, and closed every possible aperture. — ?He then senlcd himself at a table with writing apparatus, and deliberately noted down the time, and the progress of the vapour oh the vital system till death suspended his operations! x\Vhen found by his friends some hours afterwards, lie was extended .on the floor quite dead, the latter part of the writing being illegible.

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