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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

SHIP. NE\VS. . On Thursday last arrived from Rio de Janeiro the brig Ed1. n. Captain W. D. Clark. She sailed the 1 6th of. May, lading to ? bacco/sugar, rice, and wine. Passengers — Mr. liarboza^ Mr. y 'Martin, and I\Ir. Burk. The ship Denmark Hill had sailed' with' ?a cargo fortlic Derwent and tins port. .''??'';' Friday from II obart Town the Colonial cutter Governor Arthur,'; Hd. Heaney master; She sailed the 19lh instant, lading* ten pair ~of mill stones. Passengers— Lieut. Wale, R. N. Mr. J. Clark, ?and Mr. Alexander Paterson. On Sunday, arrived from a sealing cruise, the schooner Go .ver.nor Sorcll, with 600 seal skins. ' ', On Tuesday sailed the sliip .William Shand, captain Kcnn, for Sincapore. ? '*.''' Same day sailed the ship mariner, captain Fotherly, for Ba-' itavia, ',.''. ? V The schooner Governor Sorell has been'talccn up by captain D. Torbcs, for the purpose of proceeding to the wreck of the ship 3Ro.yal charlotte. ? - -. ._, f ? - IfhecutteAjovernor Ailhur, belongin...

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To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

^JHor-the.^JSdiior oJL thav Australian'. . A project %is on -forilrfor improving the markut, as-well in its internal arrarrgciuenu, m- its external iclaliiina to the government and the'reveuue. Some alterations ^arc imperiously called fur, but iiic enacting 01 .ne\v iuarK.et laws ls^or .cousiacrauie. importance, and 1 therefore beg leave ,to trouble -yqu 'with the following, re marks : — The market is an eligible means of, increasing the revenue, provided the imposts he laid on with discretion, and levied upon the right commodities. In the great markets of Lancashire and Lincolnshire, with which I happen to bcacquainted, the farmers pay nothing.. Grain, cattle, and buttery are there all sold free of -market imposts. Stalls alone arc considered in England just objects of taxation. _Td Colonists, who are Tal all familiar wilji political economy, it will be obvious,' that if the farmers of an old co'untry who enter jhjto the -comfortable and cheap 'possession of houses built, wells dug...

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THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1825. Tn our'last Number we made a few cursory com ments ton the extraordinary- decision of vthe JDhief Justicc;-of Van Diemen's -Land— -a decision by which that Colony has been most unjustfy deprived of a Jury in'the Court of Quarter Sessions. -A subject of this -tr-vieiriiW-iiitcicsl ia deserving of extensive 'attention ;, we have,'therefqre, recurred to it this week with a view of examining1 most minutely the merits of the argu ments, if arguments they caojbo called, employed by the Judge', in delivering Judgment. Many. of our Rcaders'may think this a dry treatise ; but, 'neverthe- less, w.e. beg^ to remind them that At will be found a Useful'tnie, especially' ,ih 'the op'iriion'of those' under ?wh'oseiobscryation it will, come in the course of six ?months; / v . * '' - Before we enter upon the rueritspf Mr. Pedder's decision it will be'-'necessary to take a .short retrospect of the principles upon' which .the question of Trial by Jury in the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

. intl ^O he ISOLD, a genuine Jiridport fteine^ never .' jIL used, at cost pvicc, one shilling and ^sixpence a yard. Lerj»tij aljnut 100 yards ; autl menu depth ijards. — 'A ?pony ivili be '.akuii at a fair price j the dhFerenoc. prompt pay tSL'ilt. iAddiess John Hay wood, Smith-street, Parrauiatla, 'OAII\TE AND RAMSAY HAVE FOR SALE A i» STOUT GIG, with Harness complete, suited to up-country Settlers, which will be sold ciienp. ' AT NICHOLS' WHARF, RAINE AND RAMSAY HAVE A GENERAL Assortment of Ship Chandlery .and Marine Stores, New Zcnlnnd Spars, Cellar PiankTrom half inch upwards, and a constant supply of coals. ? ? ?R^/W'R. PRITCHETT has just received by, the latest J-'Jh- arrival, a supply of superior Loaf Sug-ar, a few prime Westphalia Hams, Herrings in small ,kcg-».. Also, a quantity of Rankcn's Cheese, in the highest order a:id preserva tion, at Is. Sd. per Ib. — Muskatel raisins. m/|'R. IMtlTCHETT HAS JUST EXPOS ED. FOR 1.VJL SALE a quantity of' window glass, 13'by 10, and 10...

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SALE OF STOCK PER WILLIAM SHAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

SALE OF STOCK PER WILLIAM SHAND/ The following piece, of information will be interest ing to our-Agriciiltural Readers. It' shews fftfc prices at whioh the cattle, sheep, &c. wore sold, which ar rived lately in' the Colony -per William Shand— -having' been sent out at thc instance ot me agents ot tno ^vgii cultnral, Society.' The names of the spirited pur chasers are also given. The sale took place of course aniong the subscribers to the Joint Stock Fund of the Societv,' and on account of that Fund. CATTLE. .Nb.-'rl.--A'RcdDevohh«af;^'25 0 J. T. Campbell, Esq. '' . ' , 2. A Piebald Dur- 'u ?' . ? . liam licifcr . 41 O Ditto '- ' „ - ^.' J- - S. AredDevonhcif. '' ' '' * .'' ,'r . in calf - 5311 Ditto .'--'*''*? C^'*' - ' ' '.': '.4.5Ar'ed;D'evDntIieif.^ ' ' .'. '. r «;i ' -;i»~M.'--J S'*' w,. cast a cajf »-/-(; .j.36',-0 John DicEson, -Eiq.V'»'^vi I 5. *A red .Devon -ucif. .- ? \* . . 'V \-i '. » -, f'-,v,-» in cal^ .-'-'' ?; -'4a' '0 ' J. T. Camrtb'elV, Esq.' * ' i ': '' 6. ...

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QUARTER SESSIONS—MONDAY, AUG. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

QUARTER* SESSIONS.-— Monday, Aug. 29. 1ms day the-Scssions commenced, before William Carter, EsqV(ehairman) and a Bench of Magistrates. v The. Chairman delivered his charge in thc following terms':—'--, \ , \. '*.,'? ? - - °' ''GENTLEMEN OP TIIE^ GRAND JURV. - '. 'After the* late legal d-dci'sibn'in Van Diemen's Land, 'I ;cannof permit myself 4p 'adcl'rc'ss you, without con .gratulatingyou(and through 'you the inhabitants of ithis great and nourishing Colony) upon the invaluable priveleges' you 'are1 -this 'day assembled to exercise. Gentlemen, I: tyill\ not detain you from your important duties, by expatiating .'on the, advantages of r^ie Trial byJurj\ I anv' ad'dressing a bbdy(of Englishmen ; but I may,1 perh'apsrbe' excused in saying, that our be-' laved native^Country'bwes her pre-eminence in 'the scalejof hationsDmore to. thc Trial by Jury, than per haps to any other' of her valuable political institutions. Her grandeur is the chfldbf her liberty ; and the Trial by,1. Juryiiasj...

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BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

BUSHRANGERS. The Bushrangers in the district of Hunter's River, according to the information we have received from our Correspondents, have been committing the most serious depredations. On Thursday se'nnight? Mr.   Reid's house was burnt down in a very extraordinary   manner, no one about the premises being willing to give any account of how the fire originated. He also lost his wheat and some valuable property in the same manner, and was only able to save his bedding and articles of furniture. Mr. Evans's house was also attacked. Mr. E. opened the window on the approach of the Bushrangers intending to fire upon them, but not seeing them at that moment, he hesitated. Mrs. E. shewed a great deal of coolness and courage, and urged her husband to make every possible resistance. They afterwards summoned him to open thc door - this he refused; upon which they obtained a light, and threatened to burn the house to the ground. At this time eight of Mr. E's own men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

ANNO SEXTO. GEORGE IV. REGIS (No. 17.) By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &o. &c. with the advice of the council. AN Act to naturalize Prosper de Mesfren] [Aug. 30, 1825. WHEREAS PROSPER DE MESTRE A CITIZEN of the United States of America, hath       been for sometime resident in the Colony of New South Wales, and is desirous of seltling therein ; and whereas it is expedient, that certain of the advantages and privileges which are enjoyed by His Majesty1!! natural born subjects, should be extended to liun Uie said Prosper de Mestrc; — ' ?% Be it therefore enacted, by his ExxeWepcy the Governor of New Smith Wales, with the advice of the council, that when and so soon as the said Prosper de West re shall have .taken, arid sub scribed the oaths, nnd Khali have subscribed thcjleclarauon di ~ reefed and appointed in and by a' certain act,' passed in the ! first year ...

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MASONIC LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 1 September 1825

MASONIC LODGE.. not easily be passed into a law/if it be held that this appointment is in unison with the statute, or in any way accomplishes thc intentions of the Le'gislaturel If expediency alone can justify this Act in Council, it hmay justify an infinity of other Acts,- which all the Co lony, with trifling exceptions, would wish to seepasVe'd. We think it expedient' that th'c Colony'should be under [the dominion of .a Legislative Assembly-— -every body else thinks the same thing expedient.' 'If thc Council then can persuade'.thcmselves into yihc belief, /that it is expedient to create a, legislative .assembly — an elec tive Council1, or any. 6 flier free Institution], — if indeed three out oi the five Members can pcisuadc themselves to maintain thisTdobtrine, an 'Act of Council 'may be passed, and w'e shall be at once a free Colony. ' There is nothing in a Legislative Assembly tliat 'is repug nant to the Eaws of England ; and thc Council would only be crea.thig a Body to make La...

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FOR THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

FOR TIIE AUSTRALIAN. 1 Oh'man, condemn'd to'. dye, nllace, Whye do you proudly vaunte The blossoms of a youthful face, - v And drenrve wrinkles tannto?1 V\ hy prize soe much that visage fair, That brightlye beaming eye, ' ' Those waving locks of crisped haire, ! Oh man, condemn'd 'to dye ?' -' * - Whye boastc those Jion sinews stronge, -? 131iatgrcy hound's graceful speedc, \ . Those sportus that shine the fair a'monge, , And graver artes eixeedc? . --'-° ' ..Why-vaunte the sweetnesse.^of thy Voice, -' - ' ? #Tho' sorrow's lullab'ye, . ' Or courtly phrases, happy choice, % *' Oh maii^ condemu'd to dye ? - - ' ' Whye glory that in tuneful strains, ?? v ' The ancient bards you foil, Or vanqnishe with triumphant pains,. , , The bookman's ceaseless toil ; ' .' ! Roam thro' the wondeis of the earth',,. The ocean and tha sky, ? Where thousand prodigies have hirlh, * . N ^ Oh man, condemn'd to dye I 1 1- ,, „ * The chillye wiuter enmeth faste, - ,.' ;'- . I ' When cold succeedeth heat,1 , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

IpIE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1825.

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CRIMINAL COURT.—(Monday, Sept. 5) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

CRIMINAL GOUilT.— (Monday, Sept. 5.) John Gordon' was iudicted; under,lhe statute oi the 33 Henry VIII. chap. 1. for, cheating; and' defrauding- one Peter Willianv Plomer, .of the sum ofr-,twenty Snauisli dollars.' ?? . ' ? ' --. . * The prosecutor stated that he had known the,jpn soncr for some monthspast ; that on the 19th of.Au g'tist last became to him in the Lumber-yard,, ac companied by another person, and asked 'him to, cash a promissory note, drawn by T. Nonis in favor of Pliilip]M«_Cor mack, for the sum of 24 Spanish' dollars. Witness was given to understand the man who came with the prisoner was JM'Cormaclc ; he requested them to step into fhe counting-house, when1 he'^ave tlie^ prisoner a 20 dollar Bank note, and his companion endorsed, the bill. Tlie prisoner observed that he had received the .note from the person « ho wns then with him. ' ?,,--'? Cross-exaniinrd— Witness did' not personally know M'Cor Jmank ;'. prisoner did not icpre'sent him by name. '?' '-[*' r '* , H...

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DISSECTING LIVING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

DISSECTIA'U LIVI.VG -ANIMALS. In the course of a recent debate in the House of Commons on a legislative 'enactment proposed by Mr. Martin, the member for Gnlway, fora further, preventive of cruelty to animals. * The fol lowing anecdote was related as one of those experiments which some surgeons/ were in the habits of resorting to. A Frenchman, named Majendie, was staled .to have made an exhibition which -was thus described : — ;Having got a lady's greyhound, for which he paid tlie sum of 10 guineas, he first of all 'nailed' its front, and then its hind pnws to tlie table with the bluntest spikt-9 ilmt he could find, giwng ;is a reason for so doing; that, the poor beast in its agonies might tear away from the spikes,, if they were at all sh'arp andr cutting. He then doubled up its long ears, and nailed tin* in down to the same table with similar spikes. (Loud cries, of ' hear,' anel ' shame.'). He then made. a gash. down the middle of its face, and proceeded to' dissect the. nerves o...

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MARKET RETURNS.—(SEPT. 1) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

MARKET RETTTRN«.~- (Sf.pt. 1«) ? -Our market -continues to be largely supplied with wheat from the interior, hy land carriage; but the samples,' this- daj', were generally of au inferior description.' On the whole,' the trade was vprv.lifvisiiii—n.ivcllnst week's' n'rice's were with d-ifllcullv re alized. Maizti sustained a diminution in price of about 6d. per biislivi. The demand for barley and oats lieing a'dc()naleV to tlie supply', those aiticlcs fullj supported our last quotations. In other aiticles there is little or Ho variation to notice. - - No. of Bush. sold. ' J- a. d. 64 '.- ' - sold at per Built. O 10 0 .88 . - - - ' - 0 ' 9 'C ' 224 ' . -. _.?.., -,0 90 30 '??'-'',..:.?. --?-? -...'_, - 0 8: 6 .30 - ?--() 8 0 ' ,- - Average Price of 'Wheat « '- 0 9 2 Ditto of maize t - '.0 4 0,. Ditto of Barley, nominal - Ditto of -Oats, ditto . - '? \ ? Fine'Flour 35s. per cwt. ??? - L- ', ? , ? Seconds do. 33b. do. ', , ' r3_ 'Potatoes, 4s. Od. per cwt.— Fowls, 3s.. Od. per couple Ji...

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BUSHRANGERS. (Exract from a Letter, dated Aug. 26, 1825) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

BUSH RANGE US. flZxract from a Letter, dated Ausr. 26, 1825.) 'On Wednesday the 24th, four bushrangers went to Dr. ~Rad ford's, -near Wallis Plains, and met with a reception little expected — the Doctor had. notice of *tc.;, -jrini-nnrii and tin* moment he observed them, fired, and wounded one man severely— as, tne waisi coat'was found yesterday morning, all covered with blood. One of Dr. Hadford's men acted with great courage,' and wounded another — this man deserves great credit for supporting hi6 Master, as it seems to he believed' that not one prisoner in fifty in this dis trict would have followed his example. The parties fired fourteen shots/? -*?*.' , . (Extract from another Letter', dated the 29th vlt.) The last news respecting' -tins bushr.ingers states that they are' concealed in a brush-at a place called Narrow Gut, at Walli's- PJains ; if this be, the case; ??vou may expect very shortly to hear a good account of them. The wounded man is with them,' they are lyiag' by for...

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SUPREME COURT.—(Saturday, Sept. 3) Before Mr. Justice Stephen. COOPER AND WIFE v. BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

SUPREME-COURT.— (Satiirclay, Scpt./Sly* ? Before Mr. -Justice Stephen.. „' ; . :? ?'-? ,3. , , ,. ' Coopek and Wifeiw:.*Best. --i. ? '?-- ,: llns was .an. action .brought Joy.- the (plaintiff, Mr.'? ? Daniel Cooper, in the name' of himself and,! wife;- 'for.'- the recovery of damages spoken of and concerning ithe- latter! The. defence set; up-was that 'tlfe action ouffht to nave oeon in tlie -name 'qtjUr.. Cooper only,, on ac count of the :words spoken'*of and, concerning1- h'ird^ self, and that another action , ou'giitvtO'Vihaverflre'en s brought' in the name of' husband -and -wife'- 'for 'theVl words' spoken of the' .wife. . -. ?^?\- .i.'ir'1 :?-..?'-?-?'???? 'Mr. Justice Stephen held that the question whether ' the words proved were or were not 'of themselves ac-''- lionable was' a question of law, and ought, not to 'be ' ' left to the Jury; and, .as he. thought the' -words were*- - not actionable, he nonsuited- the plaintiff, .'- ,. - '?? '-iu':. - , % CuitEN'y. ? Mann'ix. : ? i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

THE ADVENTURES OF A DUMP, , Or Botany Sketches,, interspersed with anecdotes,- historical, biographical, and philosophical, of the. use, progress, and present state of Nc.w South Wales ; with political reflections on the ne cessity of improving the penal code, as regards the object of transportation, the punishment of grave and minor offences, nrid the moral improvement likely' to take place by a further parlia mentary interference ^oa— matters connected with the Colonial re gulations. ? Vol.' I. chap/lvt^ ._ .. , .Birth and parentage of Mister Dump; the fortune his mo ther, Mrs. Dollar underwent during her accduchmcnt ; the crea tive faculties of' the Governor, and bis cxtacics, on the birth of our Hero. ? '. ? ^ .. ' ? . ? , In the year of our Lord f 8 — as I was laying by the side of my mother in the pocket of a respectable looking bald headed old man, who was principal clerk in the secretary's' office in the government of New South Wales, I was suddenly seized hold of and as' su...

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MATRIMONIAL WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

?'MA'TAlMONi'AL1 WONDER/' -' ?' SiKCUT.An Cash. — A gentleman .called iii (he early part of April at the Mansion-house, fur the purpose of asking' the Lord Mnyoj:'& advice- on the subject of an erro'r* u Inch had been made in his matrimonial certificate. ? .? ' J he applicant stnttd, that he had in the year 1821 manied a lady ^'w ho hud considerable c\peclntions,'-ihich, he had no iloubt, wonldbe realised. His maniage was, howe'ver, one of affection, which, he was happy to say, existed reciprocally. Iirthe course of. some couvcrsiition with his wife some time 'afterwards, he as certair'cd that she had never been bapli^ed, as »he'liap|)ened to belong to that bdet of Christians who postpone ['the ceremony of baptism from infancy to the period of mature, and' responsible yeais. He then prop'oscd that i-he should at once* undergo im mersioii, and slie con'scnti-d. Upon looking, however, soon .tf-» teruaids at the 'baptismal certitictite, he found that his i wife was chiistencd b...

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SYDNEY GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

;SYt)-NEY GRAND JURY PRESENT MOEN'TS: The Grand Inquest of our Sovereign Lord the King, for the' County of CumLcilnud^, assembled, in Sydney, on the iid.eWTy of Si-pU-niber, *J 625— Present that they have visited Ins Majesty's Gaol-for the f t'-wn'of Sydney and (Joiinty of Cumberland, and tounti me apaitnients generally-. clean and vholesome, ami the\ mteinril ii'Riilntians as good as existing circumstances will allow. Tlie building, the3' regret to state, is as insecure as formally. The unflirtuutite debtors are_.still suffering from the excessive dnmpne'bb o^' tlieir\lcpartuient/ and their moral's -uljje-ct to con tamination from the cuniiuncd intercourse u itl( the coiuii|on,feloi]s. The Grand Jurors' forbear making further coiuhie'nts~on this head, biuing with great satisfaction heard from an Iht'rity that a pl.iit, for the iiitjHovemcnt of the prison, is now about to be car rie'el into effect. '? ? . ?- * . The Grand Jurors upon visiting -hc,femalc apartment, observed a piioone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian — 8 September 1825

TO- BH LK1\, 'g^OIl such term ov terms as may be agreed on, all -H- 'or cither of the following- estates, &c. thenro pcriv of S. Lord. . . '. _ . ? ?I.1?*: '''hnf -bertutiful arid 'very 'vnfiihblc 'fari» called ''Kind's Grove,' situate' in the district *of Botinv 13:iv, rtnil distant from S.vduey.fiboiU'ia'nnles, containing 500 .icn-s of hind, about fifty . of, which are cleared, and partly in cultivation. There is an ex cellent orchard, well stocked with the most choice varieties of fruit frees, in full, bearing. There is a good dwelling-house, stabling, barn', bheds, and onl-hous.es. This farm is, in every respect, -u ell adapted for a dairy farm, -nnd for the rnibin^ of fruit and vegetables for the%dnoy pwrket. Contiguous to tliis farm there is an extensive run for cattle, on -unlociilecl 'hinds. '''-' ' ... - ?M. That wcll.kuown estate called ' Townson's Retreat,' situate ?briHhe soiith-ucs,t side of King's Grove, and partly boumied by George's River, containing upwards ...

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