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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. October 9, 1838. IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Sydney Wholesale Price Current. October 9, 1838. IMPORTS. Srea1Ts--in bond) # gallon .. .. ~C . d. " a. d. Rimn, jroof. .. . .. 4 4 0 6 Brandy.... . . " .. Gin, pale . ........ £ 0 0 ToBAcco Negrohead. per lb .. 0 2 a . 0 2 3. Cavendish " .... ..0 1 10 SoAnR Manritius, fine, per ton ., 28 0 0 Brown ,, . ... , 0 00 26 0 0 Java ... ... .. 22 0 0 23 0 0 Refined, perlb .. . .. ... 0 0 10 COFFEE , .. .. . . .. 0 8 0 1 o TEA Soachong, per chest ...... 0 0 Hyson-skin , .... -.. . 4 10o 0 4 2 0 Hyson, perbox.. ... 2 2 40 RICE-. - - East India, Patna. perbag .. 10 0 Java, .. ... 1 1 0 SrrcEs Pepper, per lb .... .. 0 3s 0 0 4 c-loves ,, .......... 0 3 0 0 3 6 RAISINs Cape . .. .. ... .. 0 4 Smyrna .... .... o o 4, WINEs-(in wood) Sherry, per pipe . .. .25 0 0 50 0 0 Madeira ,, ....... 25 0 0 45 0 'Teneritfe ,, .. . .. I 0 0 30 o 0 Port , .. . . .. 0 0 60 0 0 Cape ,, .. ... "10 0 0 (In bottle) Champagne, per dozen .. .. 2 10 0 3 5 0 Claret ,..... . 1 0 0 1 15 0 Mladeira" .. .. 1 00 1 10 0 Sher...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

EXLPORTS. OIL-? Sperm Whale, per ton .. .. 60 0 0 Black 2 0. .. . . 0 0 FLAX-pCr tnn New" Zealand, rough. .. ...12 0 0 fne .. ... 20 0 0 TIMBER- Blue Gum, per load .. .. 2 15 0 3 0 0 Cedar, per foot.. . .. 0 0 2 0 0 24 SUNDRIES Treenails, perthousand. .. 2 0 3 0 'IIHides. salted, per lb. ... 0 0 2 Beef (Coloninl).. ... .. 0 0 4 Pork (ditto) ....... . 0 0 7 Flour, per 100 lbs ... .... 0 19 0 1 3 * Snap. per lb (Colonial) . 0 .. 0 4 Candles .. .. .. . .. O 0 GRAIN Wheat . .. .... ....... 0 6 0 0 7 Maize . ...... .. 0 3 3. 0 3 r •Taylor's Porter has advanced in price during the week. in Itlrn, there has been but little hnsiness done. Brandy rather on the decline Gin at 5s for best strong pale ehamples.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Birth.   On Friday last, the wife of Captain Boyle of H. M.   Colonial Brig, Governor Phillip, of a son. Marriage. On Saturday last, the 6th instant, at St. James'   Church, Crawford L. Brown Esq., of Cairnsmore,   Williams' River, to Sarah youngest daughter of the   late Lieut. Ward, late of the 1st Regiment or Royals and niece to the late General Hawkshaw, H. E. I. C Service.   Death. On the 7th inst. at hers residence in Sussex-street   Frances Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Joseph Bignell, in       the 23rd year of her age, leaving a husband and one   child to lament the loss of an amiable wife and tender mother.  

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Arachne for Slanritis via Newcastle; Lord H'illiatn Bentinch and John Renwick for Java this day. and the liilmaurs for London to-morrow. The 'Pocklsntton. spoke H. Al. S. Alligator, and ships in convoy ,iff Cape Warning. and brought let ers from them to Sydney. They were nmaking rather low progress to the northward. The Orontes had carried away her main-top-sail .yard which had been replaced by a spar from the Alligator. This latter vessel was niat ly losing some of her mei, byv the boat-tackle unhooking, whilst hoisting the boaut up n n her quarter, causing the crew to be precipitated into the sea. The life buoy was immediately cast a-drift, when providentially the whole were rescued from? their perilous situation. The Cape Pachet is to be equipped for the sperm whale fishery, under the command. of Capt. Norris, late of the Psyche. She has undttgone sonme very extensive repairs, and will, when equipped, be, as fine a whaler as any sailing outof the port. The K...

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LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

LA'UNCISTON SI?IP N?WS. SPrT. 17.-Arrived the barque -Lady Emmia, Price, nmaster, fromt South Australia. Sept. 14.-Sailed ile 'schooner Perseverance, Denlpster, master, for Port Philip. MAIRltKRTS.-Wheat tis Gd to 7s; Barley. 5s lid to 7s; (:ats 4s (d to 4st 9d; Flour, first qu?litv. per 100 Ibs, IGs to 8s ; Dittoi,second quality, do., 14s to UNION STEAM MILL9. SEPT. 10.-Wheat per b*ohtel of 'GO Ibs, (is 311 to 7. 3d; flour 1st qualiy, £20 per 20001hts; 2nd ditto £18 per ditto. BvTr.Cita's MlEAT.--Blee'joint, 741; caicace. ?l ; Veal, i~; Mutton,joint, .d ; calrct?e, 4d; Pork 80. Launceston Adverliser, Sept. 25. We have omitted to drai atteuntion to a new In srnauce Comlpalny which is about.beins cstab lI-bed in FHohnst Town. Its styl is the "Van Die men's Land Fire and lMaine In.ulancealld Li.fe to he ri'ied Ity £25 shares. The vety liaree4 prfi's which hIave ieenI iealized by the existing In'ur;an e, Compallny .has naturally brought a ulmpetitor into the field. There can be no doul...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Odds and Ends. [fn A' I.r.RRY CORRPOrNu/aT'.] ADDRESR TO TIIHE EMIIERS OF TIIE ANCIENT AND iIONORA-LE ORDER OF "TIHE I.USsHINGTONS."-Ye w ho delight in strong drink, awake ! arise ! or be for ever fallen. Meet, collect, expose, petition, and avert the impending blow. ,Your liberties, your rights, your privileges, as 'Englishmen, as Britons, are at stake i Do you not know, that all the pain and misery and misfortune inflicted on our.caluamnl nted order-the illustrious Order of Ltuhingtons, by the Draconian edicts of the Bench for the last twenty years, might have been spared, if we only knew the value of our Constitutional rights? Yes, brethren and friends-revered remains of a jolly life, and all-that's.left-of-you.by y W'atcll-houwes. and-Stocks, the most cruel injustice has reduced you to your present attenuated state. Rejoice therefore, at the distraction among the ranks of tile tea-totallers and Temperance Devotees and all other degrees and denominations of Anti-Lushing -tons who...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. [For the Leading Articles and Police News, see the Supplement of this day.] NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

SI~7DY MONITOR Z COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1838. Nuth ig ertenuote, nor aught set down in malice.-SnAxs. SPVARE. [-For the Leading Articles and Police ..News, see the Supplement of this day.] NEWVS OF TH E )AY. ADnvNcts I FLOUn.--The millers, in conse quence of the continued prospect of drought. have advanced the prices of second and Ration flour £:2 per ton. The.followingare the new prices,: Fine Flour ... ...... ... 23s. per cwt. Second do. .. ... ... ...20s. Ration do. ...... ... .. 18s, No. I biscuit ...... : ... 0s. • Second do....... .. ... 25'. limoan ... ........... ... ls. 8d per bushel. THnt SIGNAL STATION --The increased number of buildings in the town of Sydney. have completely blocked out- the Signal Staff from many former points of view ; which is found to be a considera ble inconvenience tomnany who n;re interested in obtaining an e:arly notice of vessels being signalised. This could he easily remedied by the stuff upon which the-flags are a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

FOR L DODON DIRECT... A RtItULAR TRADER, ,[ EahbipFLORENTIA, A.1.452 tons register. jl W.H.Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; port of her cargo is already engaged, and will sail with her usual punctuality ; is well armed, carries a surgeon, e asd has super! r accommodations for Passengers. a For freight or passage, apply to . W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George. street. S S OR MELBOURNE-PORT PHILLIP,. DIR ECT, To Sail with all possible Dispatch TfHE fine FAST*SAILING Schooner "' PAUL PRY," Having good accommodation. For Freight or Pas- I sage, apply to Captain Dixon, on board ; or, to C CAPTAIN MILNE, Prince-street. ' The above Vessel being of light dradght of I water, parties will be enabled to have their Goods F landed all the Town of Melbourne. .CAUTION. c T IE? n Commander of the Bark C V I VILLIAM ROGER, Shereby cautions the Public ( ngain.t giving credit to the F Crew of the said Vessel, as he will not be respunsile I forany debts by themn contracted. GILCuRIST AND ALEXANDER, Ag...

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Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Post-Ofce. : As a general rule, there can be no doubt of the pro|riety of closin,- the Post-office thirty minutes before the mail starts, this º interval being necessry for the due dis pnsul of the various letters. At the same time, this arrangement excludes many com nmuniations of great importance which may have been necessarily delayed a few minutes beyond the time allowed. The nurmber of such letters will not be so great as to offer any serious interriuption to the business of the office, whilst the importance of the communications will secure the cheerful payment of a trifling fee 'for.n an extension tEf the time. We suggest, therefore, that the Post-office eloise for the free admission of letters at half-past four, as at present. but that letters be received till a quarter to five, on the payment of 6d. for each letter. • Whilst on this subject, we may suggest another arrangement, which we consider equally conducive to the public advantage. From what cause we know not, the grea...

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Wool and Woollen Manufactures. An Account of the Quantity of Sheep and Lamb's Wool imported into the United Kingdom in the year 1837; specifying the countries from which it came, the quantity that paid a Duty of a Penny per lb., and the quantity that paid a Duty of One Halfpenny per lb. of the quantity of Foreign Wool re-exported during the same period, and the countries to which it was sent, and of the quantity remaining warehoused under bond, on 5th January 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

* Wool and Woolled MVanufacture. 4n Account of the Quantity .of Sheep and Lamb's Wool imported itnto- the United Kingdom in the year 1837; specifying the countries from which it came, the quantity that paid a Ilotv of a Penny per lb., and the quantity that paid a Duty of One Halfpenny per lb.: if the quantity of Foreign Wool re-exported dutring the same period, and the countries to which it was sent, and of the quantity remaining warehoused under bond, on 5th January 1838. Qoantities of Sheep and Lambs' Wool imported into the United Kingdom, from Year 1837. lbs. Russia .... .. .. .. .. 6,114,945 Norway .. .... . .. .. . . 520 Denmark .. .. .. .. .. 516 227 Prussia .. .. .. .. .. 192,608 Germany ... .. .. .. .. 19,705,492 Holland .. .. .... .. 251..657 Belgium .. .. .. . .. 97,622 Farnce .. .. .. .. .. 149,339 Portugal .. ... .. .. .. 510.075 Sai .. .. .. .. .. 2,244,817 Gibraltar .. .. l. 31,066 Italy .. .. .. .. .. 1,314,407 Malta .. .. .. .. .. 13.188 Turkey .. .. 2,277.775 Sr ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. SADDLERS' IRON1MONGERY, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY L T. WILSON, Tfsf1S DAY, Wednesday, the 10th of October, im asediately after the sale of Wines. Brandies, and Slops, at his extensive Rooms, 74 George-street, the undermentioned assortment of Saddlers' Iron mongery, consisthing of BRASS Roller and Bridle Buckles Tinned ditto ditto ( and I inch plated ditto It ditto ditto If Roller ditto J, I and J, square plated buckles, brass pad hooks Tug Ornaments Stathope Tug Irons with plated buckles j and 1 inch plated buckles Assorted ditto 1 to If, extra plate Silver 'lug Ornaments Brass ditto ditto Portsm uth and Snaffle Bits Gambada Spurs And a variety of other wares too numerous toirisert. SLOP SHOES, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. BY J,. T. WILSON, At his extensive Sale-rooms, 74 George-street. THIS DAY, Wednesday, the lo0h of October, at half-past Ten for Eleven o'clock precisely, T WO BALES - RED BAIZE SHIRTS Two Ditto Blue ditto ditto .31 Bales Fustians 4 Cases Ha...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

it Caltain John Alexander WVilnot, late of ted the Seventeenth L:incert, and of the Queen the of Stain's service, has been fin.liv ex - allinedt before the Rochester Magistrates, oat the Guildhall, on severul charges of ly bigamny. The Capltain was dressed in the om first st)le of fashion ; having lavender kid sh, Cloves, over which he wore a splendidly ý jewelled ring. He treated the charges ers with great levity, and occasionally applied ing a handsome smelling bottle to his nose. Po. Sarah Short, Anne Knight, and Rachel ian Lamb, three of the prisoner's wives, were UV. then severally called on to appear r; but In neither of the infatua:ed ladies would gi.e hat evidence tagainrt him. Po-,ell, the Cierk .om of St. George's, Ilanover Square, pr?dInced rith the register of tl.e prisuner's marriage in 1837, with Mrs. Anne Hodgson, a ha widow. The Clerk of St. MI.argaret's. th Lochester, prodtuced the regis'er oft his: lik second marriage at that church, to.L,?liss a Crisp, also in 183...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

English Extracts. Manjor-Gen. Sir Manrire O'Connell, his family, and suite, will take their passage by tIla ship Fairlie, 755 tons, to. Stdney., They embark at Plymouth on the 23d of July, and touch at the Cape. Sir MMa'urice. is a relation of D. O'Connell, Esq., BM. P,, and has recently been appointed Com mander of the Forces-in Australia. The F?irlic is fitting out in the Eastern London docks, and is to leave Gravesend July 11, for Plymouth, to receive her passengers. -Mo ning Chronicle, June 5. SThe Great Western raiiway hav'ing been completed to Maidenhead, an experimental trip was .made on iThur-day by the directors and a large body of their friends, including everil nmeubhers of both Houses of Par liament, and scieitific gentlcanen. ' T'he r!ail?ay -opens to the public this day. Morning Chronicle, 4th gune. The indisposition of- the abed Earl -of Essex, who nmarried Miss .Stephens ihbout 'ri fortnight ago, :is annou'i:ced i'nii the p"pe of the Wcek *•' .

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

SATURDAY, OCTOBIRu .6. 33Before Mr. Windeyer. 'I'lonmas Russell,a cnstable in the Sydney Police, was brought before the Bench. charged by Mr. In. spector F?itzpattick, to whose division he belonged, with appropriating to his own use, a silver watch c and ten shillings, the property of Thomas Elliott, * second officer of the Magnet. whom C for intnxication) he had in charge on -the night of Thursday. Mr. Inspector Fitzpatrick, when taking his rounds last Ssriday night, was informed .by Constable M'Call, Swhom hle found on his beat in Clarence-street. that on the previous night when -he (M'Call) was sta tioned in Cumberland-street. he'had seen the pri soner at the bar, and two other constables, go into 'Wood's public-house (situate at the corner of Cum brland-strcet and Exeter-lane) between the hours of one and two o'clock on that morning ; that in a flew muinutcs the constables came out without any -drunken main in charge. The prisoner at the bar, .however, had returned to the house ...

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The Merchant Seaman's Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

The Merchant Seamanu' Act. To show lhe deficiency oa this law, we give the following ..,. :--un Monday, a 'earman of the ?,ord William Bentinek, was taken before the Bench for desertion, of which lie was found guilty, and sen, tenced to forfeit all wcages due, and whatever clothec he might have on board. At this time, the mqts was attempting to leave his vessel without the sanc tion of the Captain, and of course must have made up his mind to lose his wares; and as far as the clothes were concerned, they were, of course, ont shore, so that this portion of the sentenece was equally efficacious. [If this-he a correct view of the Act, its provisions virtually offer a reward for de sertion.-ED.]

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

FRID.TY, OcronRa '5Tn. John Coomer, i free serva..t, was placed at tls bar, charged by Mr. Roger Murphy 'for breach of agreement. ,Mr. Murphy stated."that on the 9th July last,he hired thce prisoner to proceed to his farm at Ballyroba, Bathurst, as a shepherd; the agree ment was for twelve months; he gave him "on pound in advance, a letter.contatlling imporiant di rections to his superintendent, and to'd him to pro ceed on his journey. Coomer said; that he shout I. start directly. Previously to this, Mr. Murphy hat / taken him to Hyde Park Barracks, for the purpose of being satisfied that he was a free man. Fr. that period until a few days since, Mr. Murphy h heard nothing of the ma:n, when he was infor that aanother gentleman had taken .ijv ur Park Barracks to " --'- ys arm as ar as I'arramatta, he got drunk in a, public house there and lost his money and the let ter, but was now "' quite ready" to proceed to Mr. Murphy's farm, and would accompany his man upon the road if he wished...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Wednesday Oct. 10th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HAIR.BOUR 'OF PORT JACKSON. If'eekly Report, to IVedeearlay Oct. 10th, 1838. ARACHNE, bark, Thurtell master, A MtGan & Co. agents-in streatm, for oea. BEE, brig, Hunter master, D. Egan, agent, in Core, loading for Hobart Town. BEAGLE, H. M Il., Captain Wickham, Campbell & Co. agents--in Cove refitting. C41PE PACKET, hark (whaler). - ,master; P. de ilestrC, agent--in Cove, Ietritting. COUNTESS DURHAM, Johnsltone master, As pinall & Co. agents-in stream, refitting. CAMDEN, brig, Morgan rta.ater, Campbell & Co. agents-rait side of cove, refitting. CONWAY, H. M. S. Bethune, Captain, R. N', in Firts Cove. COltO'IANDEL, ship, Neal. ma'ter, Walker & Co. agents--tff their wharf, discharging. DE<PATCII. hark. WVood, master, in Core, dis charting'into Letitia. DRYADE, ship, Heard master. P W Flower agent -in Darling Harbour, loading for London. EDWARID, schooner, Leathl:trt,nas'ler, Grose agent -at his wharf, load...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

TO ENGINEERS, ](TANTED an ENGINEER, to take charge V of 3 condensing Steam Engine and Machi nery, now at work. An Emigrant and one who has been accustomed to Sawmills would be pre frred. Apply to KIRK & SON, ?a harf, Sussex-street. To Masons, Carpenters, Joiners and others. PERSONS willing to contract for the various P -Artificers Works, required in the erection of a Cottage near Rushcutter's Bay, may see the plans and specification at the Office of Mr John Bibb, Surveyor &c, Phillip-street, to whom Tenders are to be delivered, on or before the 22nd Instant. Sydney, 8th October, 1838. REGISTRY OFFIC E~GEORGE-STREET. T BRENNAND begs to inform the Public. a that hbe has now on his Books a number of Domestie Servants, both Male and Female, and arties wishing to engage their services, may be immediately supplied on application at his office. N.B.-All Letters to he past paid. NOTICE. AUSTRALIAN MARINE ASSURANCE CO MPANY. IIHE Business of this Association will in future Sb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. THIS DAY. Wll,St)N J T.-At Rooms, at ,?' o'Cloclk, Ma th*tuatical Instrumeuts, Fancy Articles, Wines, Itranrl;vs,Niops, Saddler's Iron vork,Jewel "t y,&c. I l\MONS & CO.-At Rodms, at 12 o'Clock, flour, Park, IBrandy, Champaigne, Sugar, W ?ling Gear, &c. TO MORROW. HEBIIILEWHITTE W.-On the Premises, Morg'. 's I3Bildings, Kent-street, at 11 o'Clock, Houseah 't' Fllt nitllrec. WIVI.SON .1. T.-At Rooms, at 11 u'Clock, Flour, Soap. t;'las. Merchandise &c. SMAIIT T. W.--At Rooms at 11 o'Clock, Wool, Saddlery, Wines, Carriages, &c., also .781 Sheep. THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, IN Zincogeaph, 28 by 25 inches, a CHART of Port Phillip, compiled from *the latest Sur veys, with sailing directions, and a view of Port Phillip Heads after Flinders. t. CLINT, Litho-Zincographer. George-street, Sydney. T1 O L E T, P ART of the YARD at the back of Mr. D' awson's House, at the water-side, known formerly as \Veller's Timber Yard. Applicat...

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(The following are extracts from printed sheets of paper circulated by Mr. Marshall.—Ed. Syd. Mon.) Emigration to New South Wales. CONDITIONAL FREE PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

(The following are extracts from printed sheets     of paper circulated by Mr. Marshall.-Ed. Syd. Mon.) Emigration to New South Wales. CONDITIONAL FREE PASSAGE   The first-class teak-built Fairlie, of 755   tons, will sail from the Thames on the 11th   and from Plymouth on the 23rd July next,   for Sydney, touching at the Cape of Good   Hope. She will be followed by another   first-class Ship, to sail from the Thames on the 15th, and Plymouth the 27th Au-   gust, direct for Sydney. Both these fine   Ships have Poops, and very superior ar rangements for cabin, intermediate, and   steerage passengers. A very extensive   and urgent demand exists in N. S. Wales for married mechanics-particularly carpen   ters, joiners, stonemasons, stonecutters, bricklayers, plasteters, blacksmiths, wheel wrights, glaziers, .and others; ...

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