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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

Advertisemnennft ieft tto this d fice, miiust specif f oai ih ,face of thein; the number of tinres Aeri, are to be ardlirtisecl , otherwise; they w1ill be co~tiniruedl and chdr, e zitU corn intiitd First Wool Ship of thei Season. FOR LO TDO1N. DIRECT, T IE well-known fastnt-ailinl British Built Barqde"' DIC,"P-\TCH,• . " 862 tone bairthln, is now taklq? in dnd weight, and will collmmn nce loadig -Wool Immediktely: For Freillt o0 Passage, early apllii ttiou tu-t be made to COOPEKR.& r IOLT. SAgentt. r Waterlon Was 4ibtline, " " ,. B-Liberal ndavnces 1will 1o nmade itb %hl.. irs of'WVol by tlai.? eeis rel, if coasilgned tb Messia 1). Cooper and Co., London. Forthe AIaeeitius,'calli;q dt I ing George's Sound. ':THE ?fine fast-sailing brig Snoidlt, o; thmander. She will leave for the latter port idminediatjy' on' the dis. ebarge of her predent -dargd. Pdr Freiglt or Pais _age to either P6rt apply to Messos. W. ABEIidRdM( BIE & CO. otis duilN tQRD & , Co. Neorge-s...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Assignments in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

BYDNEY MONITOR I COMMERCIAL ADVERT4SER 11|OND.\Y MORNING,D1YECEMBER 3, 1838. :? othing etenuate, nor aught set down in maltte.-SuABE ,SPXAREX. Aiignments in Sydney. We have received the'following lett er'from a res pectable and wealthy old inhabitant, of Sydney. The writer objects'to our plan of sending all the;' -convicts out of Sydney. We publish his letter, 'though not intended by'the writer for publication. But we think it only fair-to let the Governor -see. "r'totler side": the question. SYDNEY, Nov. OTra, 1888. SIR, The severity with which you have'treated-the as -signment of convictservants in Sydney, has led'me •to address you. I am not an advocate for'the as-. assignment of convicts either male or female 'in Sydney-of the latter class 'I never had one. But I would enter my protest against your recommenda. -tion. that every male convict at present in this town ,be sent to tend sheep, &c., at least 200 miles from Sydney. Suppose your advice was received and acted upon...

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English News. WAR OFFICE, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

English News. WAR OFFICE, AUGUST 3. 4th Retitment of Light Dragooas-Assitant-RSr -ehn Nelson Dartnell, froma the 41st Foot, to be As ,isasnt ?-?t~orPt, vice Grant, deceas.ed.. , 2d Regiment of Font-John Hardie Kigapen, t ~rnt,., to be Ensign. by purchase, vice Piercy, pro 13th Foont-Lieutenant Arthur Holmes, from the haIlP3ay of the 87th Regiment of foot, to he Lieut, vice Inge, appointed to the 4th Light Dragoons; I Eoisg Tlhomas Oxley to be Lieutenant, by pur. ?bse, rice Holmes, who retires;`Ensign John By t0o l-obhouse, from the 78th Regiment of Foot, to beLieutenant, hby purchase, vice Pocock, who re tires; William Williams, Gent., to be Ensign, by porrhase, vice Oxley, .. " . " 20th Foot--George Stewart, Gent., tO ke.Enslgn, ' by purchase, vice Gordon, promoted. 41st Foot-Staff-Assistant Surgeon Henry Fran disMinster to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Dartnell, .1 appointed to the 4th Light Dragoons. 1 45th Foot-Ensign Wdward Lawrence Tickell, from the both Regiment Foot, to be Ensi...

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 24th ult. to the 1st inst. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 2 4th ult. to the ]at ins*k Novemher 20-SUCCESS. 82 tons. Bainbridge, masttn. for Port 'Phillip ; I1 mats sugar, 2 chests 12 half-chesta tea, 6 hogsheads 55 bags flour, 2 kegs I box tobatcco (duty paid), I bag hobbles, I box soap, I boiler, 6 grisd. stones, 24 iron pots,, 2 casks 2 cases I package Irnmotoa gery, 2 cans turpentine, 2 cases mediclie, 63 logs38 boar?A cedar, I case shoes, 2 trunks 4 cases haberdashery,1i kegs Colonial tobacco,.7 kegs 29 bags nails, 2 cans lins~la oil, 7 tierces I bag salt, 24 buckets, 12 wasl, tubs, I ho books, 2 parcels newspat era, 6 barrels pork, 3 .bagabls cuit; I box sundrles, 20 stones. November 29'-PARLAND, 510 tons, Tait, msaltOe for South Australia-20 hogshead, 151 cases wine, I clSe cigars, I hogshead brandy. I hogshead gin,-l tiercte to. bacco, 31 tons hay, 8 horses, I carriage. November so-DRYADE, 266 tons, lsHeard, master.?t London-os bales wool, 471 bondles whalebone. f2l 9as5t sperm 10os casks black oil,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

SDER` ENT POTATOES. . HE Undersigned has-on Sale at hi#'Grocery. ;1? and Provision Warehouse, 35 York-street, . :Twenty Tons oP ?BRQWN'S RIVER POTATOES, EX u-BEE.', TEN. TONS ow .']l3ack &Apple Potatoes, Ex ' Merlin." "ila;ti ieb 'will'sll .in quntities to suit families, at-a -yfy.moderate profit.,. The wihole have arrived .in excellent condition ; deliveredin any part of Sydney ...without any. extra charge, SGOOD BUTTER, Is.' 8d, 2s. p.er, lb.. HENIRY -PECKHAM. WO:TI CE. S.n1IIE-Undersigned does hereby nioet'respectTully - ireturn his -sincere thanks to. his friends and the-'public, for theliberal.patronage 'bestowed on' rhiim 'during' the number eof 'years he has been in ;butsiness in Sydney, Windsor, and'Campbeltown; sand now, retiring from business, requests that all .-claims 'against-ham-may be presented on or before -the -10th -Instant, -when they will be immediately • discharged.., schar M? QUADE. ýs`arpbeltown,"lst December, 1838. FIREWOOD. OUSEHOLDEIRS, Wood Dealers...

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COLONEL DUMARESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

-COLONEL DUMARESQ. Knowing the high estimation in "whidh this lamented gentleman was held by many of our sub. •crihers, we have great pleasure in copying the f,'l lowing extract from the .August number of the ;United Sersaec Journal. " We have' to record with -unfeiglcd regret the death of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Dumaresq, as old and munch lamented associate, one of the sur vivors of Waterloo, who fromt his yearsemight have expected to see may astditional anniversaries .-of that great victory, but the severe wound he received on that memorable occasion, :thuugh temsporarily subdued, eventually conquered by inducing paralysis, which finally carried him off at the age of forty-aix, on the bth.Alarch last, at the establishment of the Australian Agricultural -Company in New .South Wales, in the management of whose large concerns, as chief Comnmaissoner, he 'succeeded a most dis tiugnished member of the dister profession, Captain sir Edward :Parry, R.N., and lepeAtedly received the than...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

SPIRITS AND TORACCO.--.,-;:=== Stock on hand the 24;h ultiliu--B. P.'aut, 773?,3 gallons-brandy, 14,625 gallons--gn, 28,423 Kg" IIons -other spirits, 8.46!) pallons. .Fig mnd? Cav .idish.i tobacco, 71 150 pounds.-lIrilzil ditto, 13,710 iO iildd unmianlutactu: ed ditto,21 ,551 pounds-cigha1.i3;, ,3 pounds-snuff. 2.678s ipounids. lRceived doluing the week--l. P. ruin tet n n= dy. 266 gallons?-gin, 57 srllcons- other . irigti'll& ), gallons-Fag and Cavendish tobacco, 1Ve8 pnhls Brazil ditto, nil-inmrnanufactturedditt , ni-cg" '. nil--.nuiff, sill . Delivered for home 'con.uinptip "a-B.,?P.rumni. 1,971 gallonr-bran'dy, 562 gallon..--pin, u??2W- 0~l lon*s-other' spirits, nil- Fig tind f avend'J b tobaca,* 2.534 pounds- Brauzl .ditto. nil" -naithastfietredt ditto, 130 pounds-ciuars, 550 r .onnds--ali nil. DelLvered for exportation--r. P. P nm, 18. g?ilns. -brandy, 56 gallins-gin, 1' 7 gals-eother" spirits, 201 gallous--Fig and Cavendish tobslcco, 4595 lb)   -Brazil di...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

Births. At Luskintyre, on the 8th October, the lady of W. Todhunter, Esq, of a son. At Vaucluse, the 24th October, the lady of W. C. Wentworth, Esq., of a daughter. On the 26th October, in Prince-street, the lady of G. Cory, Esq., of son. On the 31st October, Mrs. Robert Ford, George- street south, of a son. DEATHS.   On the 1st instant, in Elizabeth-street, Sydney, of influenza, Albert Chambers. fourth son of Wil- liam A. Beckett, Esq., aged eleven months.   Yesterday, at his residence, the Forbes Hotel, York street, Captain William Barns. At Port Macquarie, on Monday, the 26th ult., Mrs. Dutton, wife of Mr. Dutton, Sheriff of South Australia, and eldest daughter of John Stephen, Esq. late of Sydney. On the 12th ult., aged 28 years, Sophia, wife of Mr. John Weavell, Pitt-street.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY. RAtNT ANDReW's CATIHDaRi.---This' .•'d Ii "e is. now rapidly progres-ing The plinthb has been laid on the 'front facibg. --%;eorge-street. 'TUE INTEIRPRET.R S +Fes--Objections being constantly made to .the fee of thirty Ishillings charged for each'case by the in -itrpreter at the Police and other Courts, ite applied lately tiethe Colonial Secretary's J) r,artment, and obtained. a certificate, which will obviate all further dispute on -this subject. The authorized charge for i'aterpreting a case at'the lPolice-dflice used tf?rmlnerly to be five pounds. [T'here is no expense ,incurred more necessary for the tprotection of foreigner's, than an ,inter preter's fee.-ED Mr. Maclehose has sent us a copy of his Sheet Almanack for 1839. It contains a list of both kinds of signals and a great fund of useful information. We have received a copy .ofa little Panphlet, printed by Messrs.Tegg, & Co.,. entitled " Particulars of Join'-Stock In -stitutions in New South Wales,...

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE Saturday, November 2, 4 1838. ANNO SECUNDO VICTORIÆ REGINÆ, No. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

SUGPPLEMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT GAZETr Saturday, November 2,4 183 Awrro ?ECVNDO VICTOKIIE 1t? EGINiE, No. 19. By His Excellency Sir George Gippi Knight, Captain-General and Governor. in-Chief of the Territory of New Sout, 1'ales and its Dependencies, and Vige Admiral of the same, with the adviceo the Legislative Council. " An Act to continue and amend .an Act intituled An Act to restra n the unaa thorised occupation of Crown Lands.";, No. 20. An Act to amend an Act inrituled, "'A Act for preventing the Mi+ebiefs arising from the Printing and Publishing o Newspapers, and Papers of a like nature by Persons not known, and for regu lating the Printing and Publication o such Papers in other respects; and also for restraining tht Abuses arising from the Publication of Blasphemous an Seditious Libels.'" No.- 1. An Act to indemnify the Officers of Cua toms, and others, for having permitte the Imnportation of Liqueurs, Cordials and Spirituous Syrups, on payment o less than the accustomed duty....

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1838 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Petition to the House of Commons. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

"YIa4EY MONITOR.' , COMMIERCIAL :ADVERTISER .WEDNESDAY .MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1838 :'Nothing extenuate, nor aughtlsetdeton in nalice..-SHAE Petltion to the.Fouse of Commons. The Gentlemen who propose to become -the Hequisionists in calling a Public .!Meeting, to prepare and publish the draft of a Petition to the House of Commons to be laid before the Meeting for its correction ,and amendment, praying the House 'to place theoFunds arising in.this Colony from. the sale of 'Crown'"Lands under the control -of our.Legislative Gouncil, are requested <together with other Colonists if so in dlined) to peruse .and 'make use 6f the draft of a Petition, a copy of which will be" found *in this day's Supplement. This deraft -is not our production, but .that of severil gentlemen who take an interest in the sulject. -We shall make no observations on this draft at the present 'time. The subject is one which .is of t1ie greatest importance; and we hope such a Petition ivill be finally adop...

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Free Servants. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

SFree Servants. In a case -hat cnme before the Sydney Bench bet ween-a.master and his free hired servant, thle 'Bench -determined, that It eM# word' in the Act " Farm or 'Estate," .re .qdired, that the master should be owuer or vaduj iaut of a rened farm or estate and some consider a squatter beyond the limits of the colony, cannot prosecute under the Act. We imagine, that the 'Aet renders free servants employed on land of .any kind. held by whatsoevertenure it mnybe, -whether, by-rental or .by courtesy of the owner, to be liable-to punishment for infringement of'its enactments. "The land obeyond the limits of4he colony belongs to'the Crown. All =squntters, unless ordered to remove; are tenants at Will, srid by 'courtesy; the Queen being the Landlady. Therefore they can prosecute under this"Act.

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Remuneration of Settlers, the Victims of the crime of Arson. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

Remin eration of Settlers, the Vic tims of the crime of Arsonu. On the 7th August last, two convicts; assigned to Mr. T. B.°" Humphrey, of Maitland, Grazier, were tried fr the crine of setting fire to his wheat stack, valued at £500 an'dwere founid g'ilty. In England, compensation is given to inditidu'ds by law, bv'coudty rates, for all damage, done to individuals by* riots anii arson. Tihe Duke of iWelling'on was re imbursed by the county of Middlesex, for damage done to Apsley House, on .a cer tain occas'on, by a London mob. Mc.- Humphrey petitioned the Sydney Governor to grant li:n compensation, on the 10th A'ugu-t last. Answer. ' No pre cedent, and no funds." The answer is rot to. ,e found fault vith ; but, as the laws of England, brith in their spirit and letter, apply to the "Co lnies in nil cridlrinal matters which pro nmote pence, order, and common justice, we :would recommend Mr. 'Iumpihrey's case to theCouncil when next it siis; and that'a law be passed, indemnifying out o...

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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 — 5 December 1838

* tcitlp Jttetworological labIle. 'VARIATIONS 'OF TIIERMlMETER,.&C. C.- TAKEN AT 9 IN TIIE MORNING, 12.AT'NOON. AND 6 IN THE EVENING' RREPECTI1 ELY. WV.DNESDAY.. 28 6n 63 60' SW Cloidy TI'URnDnAY.... 29 60 64 61 SW. Ditto FRIDA ....... 30 6 71 68 'NE Ditto -SATURDAY .... i 64 71 I68. NE Wi6dy SUNoDAY.......2 61 71 66 NE Ditto MONDAY...... 3 60 76 68 NE Clear 'TUESDAY ...... 4 60 £3 60 SW Rainy Mean Temp. 65 O

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

fDIARY* MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUINOGV2EEK 5 [IHigh Water,.10 5 A 'M.- 10 25 P 'M. *6 Hiigh Water, 10 45.A .n.- II 0 p at. 7 I High-Water, 11 16 A m.- 11 35. P.M. '8 I High 'WaVter, 11-56 A as.--'O' p-aM. -9 IHithll Water 0. 29 A a.-,40 46.e at. Moon last Quarter-lm. after 9 A.'?.? ;10 I High Water, 1 15 A M.- 2.35 P. aM. -?1 I High Water, 2 30 A .M.-"3 6 r. .M. Sun iase:e, 54m. past.4-Set: 6m. past'..

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PETITION TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

P*,TITION TO TIIE HOUSE -OF COMMONS. A Petition offrred to the cnnideration of the Gentlemen, rho proposs to ra'l n Public .Meetling of'the Colon sis to pelition the Ho'nse of Comniuons to place lth Ftrnds arismen fromn the sale af Crotch' Lands, u~nder the controule of the %Sylne~ Legis lnture, to Ihe disbursed. ex;ulis vely in die.. . fraying the expenre of. deporting to the (,Colony, Male anid'Fmnale Em.grants, of suitable ages and qualf/i atins,

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Emma to the eastward- Ehiikhbeth for New:' ea land-cprculator Captais Hirgins, -for Lanun. re?on - Suren for Hobart Town -- Pockling gn, for the Fishery-Merlin, for'Bitavrit-All i firast fair wind. . I/.11. B, Pel'rus, for New Zealand via dorfMlk Illanl on Sunday, passenger Bishop Broughton ntrms, ior uouth" Australia, on Frlday week .4rrcrfmbi"' for Hobart Town on Sunday, Frinerr,. (Port unknown) Meonday. ,dletaide, forl South Australia via Port Philflip on tunday tneXt l/,pe (floa"es,) for South Australia via Port phip'il, 18 h inst stint George, for Sourabaya and England, the 10l it.tant. - Fhoenli'e, for London 23rdl inst Ilyreia, for London, first week in January. lnlyy r',,tlle, for London. last week in January. Pope. (Cornhes).for London, in all "ebluary,. I:apatrh, fTr ?andon in all Feb)onary. _ .Freak, fr PMauritius, via South.Artstralia and Kie Cenrore', 4ob?nd,in' about ten days. The F'ench'Flga'te Lea enysrfor fiobart Tow n in tell days. uIo oN, nUr...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

DEPARTURE. On Mon? ,y the ship P.arland, Captain Tat, for South A ustralia, with sunndries.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

sTipgp1ig 3InteUigence. ARRIVALS. On Monday, from Norfolk Island, whenee she ,iled the 21st ultimo, the brig Governor Phillip, .ith 1,500 bu.hels naize and 28 bales of wool. pengers, cabin, Mr. and Mrs. Harnett, child, and female pervant, and Ensign Hill, of the 50th resment. Steerage, 1 sergeant 2 corporals, 25: Iat and file of the 50th regiment, 2 women, 7 children, and 11 expirees. Last night the Paul Pry, :Captain Bennett, from Port Phillip, in ballast.' Two steerage pa-. --fglt . , -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 December 1838

o1 r1CIAL GAZEZTTE. P,,t'lislaed meekly)1y the Local .Governmnent. lt;-.DNrJESIºY, NOVEMBEv .28, 1838. IPt hci al Swperintendent of, Convicts Office, Sydney'2fith Nurcmuber. 1838. 'e UfE unndern netionrde.Prisenet a of the Crowu I have obtained. Tickets-of-leave since-. the last tctyv oi ptnblication Citm-I.y oi' A'RwGvL.-GUsT ourn-T-Bmwn, T d ailrv, V Butter,-J .Jooker alias'Cluftree Booker, ' i. ui i ag,4{lJ D)onnelly. WV Dawson, J Giiinshaw, lthilgls i W .WJones'W' TvrentW lMffart, J Msorton Hlia, Mi'chell,"J`MJIllls; iReuben, J Roach, W Peose, G Wilis ftnverary-M Ball. to" COUNT Of' BATIIURST.-Bhhlltbra-W- `Arnold, It1'3sl, WV flatten, S Cress, W, Cole, W'Deyle, C El tvlrda,s-T-GaoverB -B Holland,-H '-H aitld, J J f~l.wret,-,I Jones, J lrey, P Mahon, .1 Mitchell, 117 Pir ~c 'T Phyce, W Itichaadson," B Porter, J sit nv f, .Tut ner-'Vule of Cwyd-- W Perkins. . rdoi1s Y p1 a RISnW.-Cu'rsaiks-AV-Steel Ct or Vy Or CAMDeN.-6'amdene--,E Mitchell, J Stit tun, J Warren, P Walpole, J Wels...

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