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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 17th to the 24th inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
MIANIFESTS. IMPO RTS. Reports s-om the 17th to the 24lA itst., inclusels. November 1 9.-DU tILI N PACKET (schooner), 108 tons, Wells, master, from New Zealand,,G. Weller. agesnt; 77 tuns black oil, 4 tons whale.: bone, G. ITeller. Novenmber 19.--MITNERVA (schooner). 122; tons, l.eslie,: master, from :New Zealand, F. Peter. son, agent; 50 tuns black oil, 8 tuns whalebone, 2 tons flax. 2 casks hams, I pipe gin, 5casks um.re. casks brandy, F. Peterson; 2casks park, 2 caskifat, E. Jones. Novcmber 21.- ISA BELLA (barque), 828 tons, Sampson, master, from Hobart Town, Willis, Sandeman & Co., agent.; 45 trusses hay, J. W." Gosting-128 trusses hay, T. U Ryfder-195 bags potatoes. 3 bales skins, I cask wilne. 1 kegtobacco,. 10 kegs butter, 109 bales h.y, Ladds 8f (o-40. trusses Ihay, R. Canmpbelli-O kegs butter,. Cork. burn-2 crates -, 6 bundles hoops, Montef?ores 4. ('o.-118 trusses hay, 9 bigs potatoes, R. Ander. son-I box cutiSsities, ". T O'Connor-2 cases, A. M'Gaa ( Co.-32 trusses...
Calcutta. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
Calcutta. [From a London Journal ] EXPJRTATION or LaBOVURIs.-A cor aespondent of nte Englshmah n who has recently returned from the Isle of France, has given a description of the c:mndition in which a body of labourers, who ,had been sent to that Colony, were returned to their native land. One had a wire and child, and a few dollars with bhil and appeared to be above destitution. The rest had. been re duced, by severe lab 'ur, to the shadow of mere walking skeletons, whom the eye could not behold without indignation. One was stark mad.;-and another died on the passage. They described their state on the island as most deplorab.e. They.. had been condemned to hard labour, with little food, and even that was withheld when they were ill. Their treatment on board, only served to aggravate their misery. The humane and benevolent Captain gave themn a little dry rice for their nourishnment, con strained them to work, and Aogged thewe when they refua'ed! Such is the 'lot to which six thousan...
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OF CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
TOR SALE, FIREIGIIT OR. _CtARTIF.I... -Janet Iret, ftor "feight or cha?ter'' Mlartha, tor vale A new cntter, 40 tons, at Acar's wharf. ' Renown, tro freight or chtaster The ship Jnbn Ml'l(ellan for .lnva, and the harqne Lindsays ftr Twofol l Ay, cleared the Heac d ves. tel day, and itft r having been iunt for about n llhor and a half, they- wer c epelled r o eturn to, prt on account of a fresh breeze bluiv ing fmril he southward. They will'resume their itoyage's the fit st fair'wind. TIe. ship Jnkn ill'l,,llan has coane iup tile harbhnur and untchlot ed int Neutral I 1y, and the Lindseys is nache| ed below. The WVilliom -Royerf was released from Quaran tine on li hnraday. and came up. into the Cove the following morning. None of the poneengers have yet been released. although the healthy from bothi vessels are hourly expected to be so. The brig Adelaide Is. taking in cargo in Coaile Bay for South Australia. She sails positively on the 2nd of December, The Renowr? has hauled- to Camp...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
PI1OJEC'I'ED DEPAIRTUIIES. John M' Lellan. for Java, thi tlday. Hannah, for New Zealand, tllit day. Emmna, for the erntward, on a ,peculative trip, to-morrow, 27th instant Parland, for outh Austraila, 97th Inst Success, for Port Philllp, 27th in.t. Elizabeth for New Zealand,*27th inst. Abercrombie, for Hobart Town, thile 29th lnstant. Dryade, for London, 2nd Dec. Pocklington, for the Fishery, same day Adelaide, for South Australia, 2nd Dec. Nereus, for South Australia, 7th Dec. LAID ON, BUT TIMB OF SAILING NOT FIXED. C- rnarvon, for the Fishery Hygeia, for I.ondon, in all January. Florentia, for London, 'il all December Roslyn Castle, for London. in all January. SWillaum Stoveld. for the South Seas. Hope, (Comnbes) for London, in all January. lianerva, for Bay of Islands. Fortune, for the Fishery Despatch, for the ?Mantitius /lary, Swindells, for Fisheiy. Hope '(Devlin, master), for Adelaide. Dublin Packet, for New Zealand Sprculator, for Launceston
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
OFFICIAL GAZETTE. Published Weekly by the Local Government. WEDNICSDAY. 14 NOVEMnR, 1838 ' (Concluded.1 " General Post' Office, 1st November, 1838. W HEREAS it has been considered, that. by V tran.mittine letters, invitations, notices, bhill, &c, under stanpedor post office covers, the delivery thereof would he much expedited by avoiding the delay cons quent ,on the letter carriers awaiting p:yment-His Excellency the Governor, with this view, and in order to effect a reduction of postage on such communications Intended for delivery within the limit.' of the town of Sydney, has been pleased to sanction their tranamassion under envy. lolnes, which may he obtained at the GeneralPoht Office, on payment of one shilling and three lence per dozen, incleuding all charge for paper and deliv. cry. This arrancement is not intended to snspend or Interfere with the present twopenny post deli· very, which will proceed In all respects as heretofore JAM1ES RAYMOND, Postmaster General Coloni...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
AGEN1TS TO TIf j?an~ep Monitor ant CommfesaT ýbbertier. O UR Subscribers and ithe Public - will lleas'e'tilke-notice, that Mr. Liscombe '"f BathurSt, Mr. William Cross of Windsor, -and Mr. Corne idius of the St. Michael Store-ship, Y'Greenhills, are the Agents in their -respective neighbourhoods for this ,'Journal. These gentlemen are -sup ,;plied with printed receipt books, and :are authorised to receive money and tape orders on account of this Office, and our country "friends are accord ingly requested to pay them with as littie delay as possible, particularly .our old standard friends. At SUPPLEMENT is publi'hes utilPS this day's -umber.
Sydney Markets. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
FRIDAY, NoYVtMaLR 23. .The prices of flour, wheat, bran, and bJscnut, Pr 'main at our last quotations. .The panic which has cime o'er the Hhbartonians, has not extended to Sydney. Their idea that we have no veget?cbles, is altogether erroneodf. They. are plentiful, of excel lentqh.tty, and.reasonable in price. The .treat rise ot grai, in the sister colony, 1i attributed to a speculator who le't this colony with a commisrl io anud funds to buy all the wl:eat that was purchiaseable, the highest price belg extended as fat as'10l per bhshel. But his views and intentions got disco ered,' and the result has been w'hat we have already detailed; Mlaize remains firm at our last quotations.- To bacco is in demand, both leaf and manntactured, but the price, in consequence of the stpply. has not varied. Hay and straw both contihnue high-the late importation of the former, per IJluaella, has had no effect Vegetables continue plentiful ht former prices. The fruit market boa ts but little, as oran...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. (We call the attention of our merchants to the following able article by LIBRA.—Ed. Syd. Mon.) Foreign Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
SItDiEY IONITOR COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 18.38. NjlMag estenuate, nor aught set dowm in smaltic.-S5aza. (We call the attention of our mer chants to the following able article by LIBRA.-Ed. Syd. Mon.) Foreign Trade. A duty of five per cent. on ten per cent. added to the declared invoice value, is im posed on all foreign goods imported into the Colony. As the revenue is benefited by this regulation; as the freigner, in iriis c:lse, instead of the colonist, contri biates to the necessities of the state, there appears, at first sight, to be but slight cause fr objecting to the impost. But if this fiscal regulation he shown to benefit the Treaisury in a less degree, than it inflicts injury on the Colony, a fair case, we con ceive, will have been made out, for a mod jfieation of the tax, if not for its total abandonment. _Itis more than probable, that the govern ment which first imposed this duty, were wholly influenced by the patriotic design. of relieving the C...
Police News. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
Police News. TUESDAy, NOVsMBaR ~O, 183g. Henry Savory was charged by Mr. George Wilkie, of George-street, baker, in whose employ he had been for some time as a clerk, with embezzlement. Ii appeared from the evidence of Mr Charles Barr, that he had been supplied with bread by Mr. Wilkie, and that he had closed his account to the end of September, by paying prisoner 15s 6d., which sum he had never handed over to his employer. There were several other charges against the prisoner, but upon this charge he was committed for trial. CoNvICT DIsozPLwix.-Hannah Kelly, alias Irving, William :Irving, and John Johnson, free. and James Turn;r, a pri soner of. the Crown, attached to Caclman's boat's crew, were charged with.the follow in= robb' ry Constable Samuel Brown deposed, that on Sunday night he was called upon by:a map nuamed Griffiths to take the woman' Kelly,. now at the bar. into custody for stealing his hat. Grift?hs described where she'lived, and witness, upon going into the house, fo...
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, 19TH NOVEMBER. Before Mr. Justice Willis, and a Special Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
Law, Intelligence. SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, 19'ru NovEMBeR. Before Mr. Justice Willis, and a Special Jury. Lacbhlan M'Allister Esq , J.P. appeared to answer a crimnnal information filed against him, by Her Majesty's Attorney General, for the publication of a false, scandalous and malicious libel, calculated to injure the reputation of the said Attor ney General, in the Sydney Gazt/le news paper, of the 11th November. T 'e jury delivered a verdict of " guilty of the libel, but written under very strong provocation and excitement " The Judge said. he could only record the verdict of gilUy ; but as he looked upon the rest as a sort ot recommendation to mercy, he had entered it in his notes, and the defendant should have the benefit of it hereafter. The defendant then entered in recogni zances. himself in .100, and two sureties of £50 each, to app.ar before the court the first day of next term, to receive judg ment. The court, then adjourned to Monday morning.
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
-rom the London ?ebo Price C'?rrent, J.FTy 24. VAN DIEMMEt'S LAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES. Bark, Mimosa, per ton.. 9 "0 0 to 11 0 0 Flax, .. .. .. -.0 0 Gum Kioo, cwt.`it bond 20: 0: 0 39 0 0 Hides, per lb.. .. ..:0 0 21 0,0 Et Oil, Southern,.pertn .. 24 10 0 27 10 '0 Elephants -.. .. 24 10 0 '27 10 0 Sperm .. . ... 82 0 0 'Head matter .. .. 84 .0 0 Pearl -shell - . .. ..-0 0 00 Skins, Seal, each..' .. 0 3 0 3 0 0 Kangaroo,. .. 0 0 3 O 0 5 Whalebone,-per ten .. 120 0 0- 125- 0- 0 Wheat. per qr. .. .. 0 54 0- 0 70 0 Wool, fine .. .. 0.. 0 2 2 O 2 8 good . .. .. 10 0 2 0 middling.. .. .. 0 1 6 0 1 10 ordinary .. .. .. 0 1 1 0 1 3 in the grease ..' .. 0 0 9" Lamb ........ 01 1 0. 2 .3 Wood, Cedar, fine, per foot 0 0 4 0 0 6
THE LONDON MERCANTILE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
T rg IWNDON"1sRERCAaTTLc MARKKTW.e IloUt very little 'buiiiness done todaloy indeed, .the attention .hf merchants and others being very nlmuc directed now.ta 'perculntions 'in Wi'heat in anileipition of 4i defii it" harvest. This num ket to dva h~ls "exCited very great uttention. In mnerchan-' l'se, Tallow . has dIvanced,. ,aid P. Y. C. auwy I:e,utio-ed at 46s Df o 4to4 -,onthe. `spot, and 46 ito arrive. A f':Bair business done in` Butter in the. proliaiun narket: FYr the week thlere is but ati.eulil business adverei'ied in meirchaidise:.':'Morinin Chr;,oypiat,7t August:.
PROVISION MARKET, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
PROVIJON MARTKCT, AUGUST 4. Since this day week 7 950 firkins of Butter have entered this port. During the week a fair demnand was experienced. from the home consumption trade, but it was very difficult to realize lastweek's quotations. The value of Cork pickled seconds, is much higher in Ireland, con secquently the prices here are higher, which has. tended to deerease the demand for this description. Bacon and Lard were some what dearer. Beef and' Pork move off freely for: ships' stores at our last quota tions. Butter: Belfast (landed) 94s to 95s Kilkenny 94s to 95s. Cnrlow 90s to 95s, \Vaterford 88s to 94s, Banbridge 88s to 91s, Coleraine 88s to 90s, Derry 904 to 92s, Cork thirds 85s to 86s, Pickled seconds 92s. Bacon, middles 51s to 53s, sides 48s to 51s. Firkin Lard 56s to 58s. KIeg ditto o0s to 62s, Bladders 64s to 68s. Hanas 693.-Morn. Chron August 6.
WEST INDIES AND SPANISH MAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
WEST INDIES AND SPANISH MAIN. Ruv--per Imperial gal. in bond, Lee wards, pronfs, 2s 9f-2 a I 0 P. 2s 10 to 32zd-Demerarn. 30 a 36 0 P, 4s to 4s '4d-Jumunica, 10, 11 and 16, O P, 3s 6d to 3s 9d(-18 a 20.3s 10d to 3, 11d-22 a25. 27 a 29, 4s to 4s 5d-30 a 35, 41 6d to 4s,8 d-Favourit " marks, 4+ 9d to 5s 3d. S''onAcdo-per lb.. in bond. - Havana ,rndCouinian:l Leaf Sd to 3s 6d, St Domingo ditto 2s-S?Sanrs,'6 6d to 14s. CEDAR-6d to 7d per foot.
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1838 Nothing extenuale, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESHPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
SYDNEY MONITOR , COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER OIOND.\Y MORNING, NoULaVrIDn ec, ,os0 '- olhing erlenuale, nor aught act down in malice.-SuaKU. . For leading articles and other do mestic intelligence, as well as for a full .account of the Coronation, see, our Supplement. We particularly call the attention of our _M?erchants to an article by an able correspondent of this Journal on Free Trade. And if '.luey.place the same importance on the •view'taken 1y3 the writer as we do, they ,will in due course draw up a Petition to the Queen to give Sydney the same advantage as Singapore, namely, make :it a .free port. We see no reason why such an advantage should be .coinferred exclusively on S'ingapore. Tie immense distance and unhappy .climate of this colony, entitle 't to .every possible privilege aqd indul gence both in its commerce and agri-, culture.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
Births. &nbsp; On the 23d instant, Mrs. S. Russell, of Druitt- street, Sydney, of a daughter. On Saturday, the 24th instant, in Jamison-street, the Lady of William Gibbes, Esq. of a son and daughter. Deaths. On Wednesday, the 14th instant, Fanny Eliza Clarke, infant, daughter of Edye Manning, Esq. Bent street. And on Saturday last, the 24th instant, Charles William, youngest son of the above Edye Manning, Esq. aged two years and a half.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on3 hand theli 17h instant-B3. P rain, 7P,355 gllons-bhrandy, 14.6:17 gallooa-izin, 28,873;nll,,ng -other ~piuts, 8.987 srallon'. Figc and (arendish tobacco, 69.823 pound+-IlozIl tltt' o; 13,7 10,pounds 0nofaoutaCtfrtld (ditto, 21,551 pountls-ciaar0,-34,18 punnds-sntff, 2 678 poumzidw Recrived cinrinit thie weekl- 3. P. rani. 1,777 gal Ionn; brandly. I ,C87 gallonto-gin, nill ; oither spii ts, nil-Ftc and Caivenli h tiihaicco, 4 318 11ofnrds Iratil ditto. nil-u nult.,u,,lacruicd ddint, ni-i-Ci gars, nil-·nnlff, olil. Pelivvrt c tfor home conf'lllrionlf-. P ruto 2,291 g;fllonstii-bittidy 1.099 Uallon'-eiu, 3:',4 ,. )lin,-otlfer .lririts, 101 gallons- Fie antI ('cttdi-la tnoacco, 1,102 pounld'- Bitazi I ditto. nil-utntmfjfff fecttred tltro, nil-ciLatr". 1,218 Iplds-tls-nffnil. Delivered for txpo'Wi nnltItit -13. I', r mi o, 268 gallons -brfntly, nil-gin, 116 gItls-othrlt spilits 417 gals. Fig and Caventlish foltaicco, 1,089 pounds-Blrazil dittn. nil-untinant...
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARD. Novembel 17--AIIEItCROMIY, 143 tons, Mon tefiEre- & Co., a?ent+. for H,,hrt T..wn Novemhber 19-JOHN MI'LELIoAN, 588 tons, A. B. Spark, agent, fr Ba'iavlia. B.ovenher 21-HANNAH,. 90 tons, W. Wright, gaet, for New Zealand November 22-ADELAIDE, 258 tonm, A. Devlin, sgent, for South Australia, via Port Phillip. November 22-EMMA, 123 tons, R. Dacre,agent, for South Sea fishery.
CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 November 1838
CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN &nbsp; VICTORIA. Thursday being the day appointed for the coro- &nbsp; nation of her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Vic. toria, long before dawn-the early dawn of a sum -mer's morning-the metropolis, it might literally be -said was in motion. Never within memory was London so full of strangers of illustrious birth, -rank, title, and aflluence as at the present moment, and all of our own nobility, and nearly the whole gentry of the United Kingdom, are also in town. The whole line along which the procession passed was early crowded with multitudes of people of all classes and every age. The line of houses on both sides was fitted up, with hardly an exception, with balonies and other suitable stations for seeing the procession go by. At a quarter before four, the day was ushered in by the firing of a royal salute of twenty-one guns, and the town soon began to be on the move. and in an hour from that time the remoter parts of the metropolis b...