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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

S SALES BY AUCTION. EVENING SALE OP BOOKS. " J. T. WILS ONI Acquaints the'Literati of the Colony, that he has Sbeqq Instructed to offer them, THIS EVENING the 7th' of December, at his Rooms. ?'4 George street, at 7 o'Clock for half-past 7 precisely, S EVEN CASES of BOOKS by the most esteemed Authors, ancient and modern, now landing. Windsor and Parramatta. J. T. WILSON Announces to Capitalists, Retired Tradesmen and others, that he has been instructed to Sel by' -Public Auction, on TUESDAY, the 11th day of December. at twelve o'clock precisely, and posi. tively without reserve. A NEATLY-BUILT two-story Brick House, containing four Rooms, a detached Kitchen, -containing three Rooms, a two-stall Stable, and a -iore. The above Property is situate in 1Macquarie -street, Parramatta, 'cnd is worthy the atteution of a - parics desirous of purchasing a House, or, speculating in Landed Property. It is also worthy oT remark, that Parramatta Tanks second with this Capital in wealth and enter '...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY. It is rumoured that the scum in the Scotch Church or Churches of New South Wales, is about to be brought before the General Assembly, of the Kik of Scotland. held annually at Edinburgh. Booxs.-The collection of-books which will be sold this evening, at the auction rooms of Mr. Wilson, are worthy the attention of literary people, teachers of youth, fathers of families, and young men in general. On Monday. a boat containing Mr. Orsey of tlhe North Shore. and two friends, was upset. Mr. "Omsey and his companions kept afloat till a boat from the French frigate, with the most hunmane speed came to their assistance. Had the accident .happened at a greater distance. they would in all probability l;ave gone down before the arrival of the little ark which saved them. Eight hundred tons of shipping are advertised 'for .by the Government to convey some of the troops ~to Madras. The theatre opens to:morrow night, with John Stafford, or the YMurder at the Black Farm, and the Lar...

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DEPARTURE—None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

D0iPA1TUREl -None. r PIOJEC'I'FID DEPAIlt', IIES. Elizabeth for New Zeiland--Pocklin~ton, for the Fishery-Merlin, for Batavia-All sail first fair 4 wind. Fgren, for Hobart Town, to morrow Bessy. for Port Philip, to-morrow H. Al. .8 Pelorus, for New Zealand via Norfolk I Island, on Sundlay. pa.s-'ner Bilhop lBroughton, Nereus, for Sourh Australia, the 12th instant lMinerva, Port Phillip via Launceston, the 16th instant Adelaide, for South Australia via Port Phillip, the 12th instant Hope (Greaves,) for South An'tralia via Port Phillip, 12th instant, some say the 18 I inst Saint George, for Sourabaya and En3land, the 16th in-tant Malrianu 1lalson, for Hohbart Towh the 15th inst. Dublin Picket, for Cloudy lay, the 11th inst. Florentia, for Lcndon 23rd ilst Hyteia, for London, first week in January. Roslyn Castle, for London. last week in January. Hope, (Comnbes) for London, in all Febtua:y. Despatch, for London to all February. Freak, for hl?auritiua, via South Australia and King Georg...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5. Before their Honors the three Judges. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

* sUPR2ME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. W~VE n--)a : Deck-nuaR 5. BRefore ?their Hofnous the three Judger. r harles Kalnabister, ,Villian Uawkini, James ?P?rv,'E~EwaId Foley, .dames (Jates, Josmhn ktnsell uad 'J.bn .John-onn, convicted during the present s?ttinigs of .therwilunl murder of an ahboriginal black child, auew4ankuownt wete placed at the |iar. ' Tie Atnrney enterral played ther3ndgnwntfar the ,:sInrt, anod the .psl-ostert..havitlng been .neertally , called upon to .lsww can-e why deatrh-liuld .npt be sp:ts.ed upon them, aun4ei?clattln awarnkd accuiding Mr..a'Beckett rose., and requested Mr. Justice ,Birt tn, who tried the care, to state to the Court lthetmoint reserved on behallf.f the prisoners at the 'tl. e of trial. . Mr. Juatice Barton said the point reserved was. whether the slmllder of two distinct Indivitn ls, at emt. and the asu.e -inse, could be inclndcdd h the salme illorlanathl n. Mlr. Fester and the other C·..nsel .employed Tor thlt prisusers, wiabed to argue another p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

London Direct,: To sail positively on 1st day " of January ,erxt IIE 'FINE-, SHIP T . ".. ROSLYKN, CASTLE," having all her dear weirht on board, is readyto receive Wool: - There being only a few Cabins di'rns:. 'rd, early application is necessary, or they will be filled nu, Apply to Robert Duke.& Co., Macquarie-place, O: or Miller's Point. December 1, 1838. For London Direct. THE FINE :BA-RQUE . "Hygeia," 377 Tons Register, Captain SHannah, has the greater part of her dead weight engaged, and will have quick des patch for the above Port. ForFreight or Passage, th apply to- HUGHES & HOSKING, Albion Wharf. - Sydney, 22nd Octoberb 1838. -T Fur Cloudy, Bay Direct. T?HE SCHOONER . Dublin Packet, s to sail positively on TUES- lru D \Y mnornilg next-has room for about 15 tons hu of Goods, and three passengers. Apply to GEORGE WELLER, Pitman's.Wharf. December 5, 1838. WAN1 'ED IMLM-EDIATELY. 0o RESPEOTABLE Young Person- of good a.dress, to attend in a shop.'* One having a kn...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

Births.   At Canberry. Queanbeyan, on the morning of the 30th ult., the Lady of Captain Faunce of a Daughter. On the 2nd November, in Fort-street, Mrs. James Chapman of a daughter. On the 5th November, the Lady of Charles Camp- bell, Esq. of a son. Qn the 8th Niroemher, in Cumberland-street, Mrs George Williams of a daughter. On the 9th November, in Windmill-street, Mrs George Talbot of a daughter.   On the 18th November, Mrs. Samuel Statton, of Sussex-street, of a daughter. On the 20th November, at the Market wharf,   Mrs. Samuel Jones of a son. Deaths. On Wednesday morning last, the 5th instant,   Harriet, the infant daughter of Mr. J. H. Potts, of   the Bank of New South Wales, aged 1 year and   8 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, Wiiic rwill be hbeA between this and our next number, THIS DAY. POLACK A., at Rooms, at 12 o'clock-Seven Bales Wool. EVENING SALE. WILrSON, J. T., at Iouomre, at 7 o'Clock-.Choice aelection of Books. TO-Mt)RItOW. SIMIMONS I. & CO.. at Rooms, at 11 o'Clock- Pitet:ved Fruit,. Wines, al2o Furniture, Piano. torte, P.rk, Slop. &e. - S.11AItT T. W., at RIooms, at. IIl o'clock-Wool puIacs. B.agglne, Hosiery, Fashionable Boots and -Shoes, Teas &e. - [ CIRCULAR.] ADDLRSSED To the free Public of New South Wales. ýLant .ftnli, W E, THE UNDERSIGNED, free Colonists, conceiving that a PETITION should forthwith be addressed and transmitted to the :House of Commons, praying, that provision may be made for securing the faithful and exclusive application of the Territorial Revenue of this Colony, to the promotion of IMMIGRATION, do now suggest, that a Public Meeting be convened to take the subject into consideration, and we do hereby engage ea...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

iji pping ntdelligence. ARRIVALS. On Wednesday, the schooner Kate. 60 tons. Captain Chapo, from Port Phillip. in ballast, Paa sengers-Cabio. Mr. Davis. Steerage, Messrs. Perry and Davis. Same day, the schooner Marian TWatson, 146 tons, Capt. Brend, from Hobart Town, 28th No vember, with wheat, potatoes, goosebenies, &c. Passengers, Cabin-Messrs W Rex. H. Coxan, and Walton. Steerage, A. Steel, W. Wellyar and Dell. Agent, Mr. D. Egan. Same day, from Sheerness via Hobart Town, having left the farmer port on the 27th July. and the latter the 29th November, the ship Coroman del, Captain. Loder. Passengers, Cabin-Dr. Tweedle, Mr. T. Bolton, Mr. C. Bulton and Mr, J. Bennett; Steerage-H. Dodd, wife and three children. J. Tate, wife and two children, and J. Simmeon. Agents, T. Gore & Co. Yesterday morning, the barque Fairlie, 786 tons, Agar, master, from Plymouth via the Cape, having left Plymouth on the 31st July and the Cape on the 21st October, with 277 emigrants, and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

First Wool Skip of the Season. FOR LONDON- DIRECT, T HE -well-known fast.saiiing British Built Barque DESPATCH, 362 tons burthen, is now taking in ad weight, and Will commence loading Wool mediately. For Freight or Passage, early appli tion must be made to dO.OPER & HOLT, Agents. Waterloo Warehouse, A n -ts. vember 29th, 1838.,, N. B.--Liberal advances will be made to- ship of Wool by this vessel,. if consigned to Messrs Cooper and Co., London. For South Australia Direct. sail positively on Sunday, December 9th. TIHE fine fast sailing Brig S.. NERETUS. F. R. Lees, Commander, now loading at the Liverpool Wharf, and will positively sail at the time e ed; this vessel has superior accommodations passengers. For freight or passage. apply to Commander on board; or to Messrs V. and E. amon, South Australian Packet Office, Liver ? Wharf. r South Australia and Port Phillip. T HE .fine fast-sailing brig .1 ADELAID ," 258 Tons Register, A. Derlin, Commander, will sail on the of Decembe...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

%tO THE RDITOR OF THR " Mdne. Monitor and Cbmmercial Adverfirer. ~iR-h-To .hew the extri-meirreenilarite that-ha. hbeen practised with regard to the teniders for rnpplies, fur the Veaw, anil which the exposure of jneiat hat -very properly 'bronlht In light. and created a "' en.atiOat ' amonO she comllnercisl in terest?-?he p riIlnwjn farts amner.* manyv therg af a .imilah, kind may he rtated.-The tender of one ?, H)er w.is eje3tred in favor of another. whn~e psire was £3 per so?n hither, nlth.*unh the qu-dity of the article. was id no wi-e unperi,,r. The allne rem rk will nearly aptly to the tender fr pork as tA- the fl?,r-except that the agents for the Venus -ur+e holdersme pork. Vonrs. TFAit-PLAY FOR THE PUBLIC.

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PORT PHILLIP SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 December 1838

PORT PHiLLIP SHIPPING. [From the Port Phillip Ga.zete of Nov. 17 and 24.] ARRIVAL.S. From Harbart Town, on 5th i :tant, having sailed October 20, the brig Frances, Kirkus, with a general caret,. Pas..en I..e.s--H Hopkins. E"q, Messrs. Walker, Wilkinson, and Sayer-, and thirty in the steerage.-Ageun, M1 r. Pickering. From Sydney, on the 6th instant, having saill d Ocroabar 23, the baque Rae.,i, Captain ,loiutnsan. with a cargo of general m-,chalndi-e and two bull. Passengers, T. Stnhhs K-q., slipercurgo, Captain Ebh:art, Mlessrs. Nutt, K.-rmp, P. Haadie, Davis, Barnett and ým;lth. From Launceston, same day, having sailed the 4th instant, the cutter Aquilla, Bentley.-Passen gers, K. W. Kirkland, Esq., Mr. J. McGregor Hamilton, Mr. Robert Hamilton, Mr. & Mrs. Mor   rison and child, Captain Morgan and six in the steerage.   From Cirlcul;ar He.al, satne dlay, the schooner Enlterpri:e, Hunter, with one hundred rants and our p;as.aener. From lI.ncncaton. o...

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. December 8, 1838. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Sydney Wholesale Price Current. December 8, 1838. IMPORTS. SrnIRTs-(Inbond) ¶p gallon.. .. e s. d. 8 a. d. Rum, proof, to 30 O. P. . 0 '4 6 0 6 6 Brandy. .. . *... .... . 6 0 0 0 Gin, pate . . . .. ... .. 0 4 6 0 4 8 To0ACCO Negrohead, perlb .. .. . 0 1 9 0 2 0 Cavendish 0 * ** .. 0 1 8 - ISUGAn Mauritius, fine, per ton , 29 0 0 - Brown.. .........20 Java....... ........2200 230 0 Reinled, jrIbt?.. .. .. .. 010. . CoPuBe , **.. *... ... ... 0 8 0 1 0 TSA Souchong, per chest . .. ... 3 0 0 Hyson-skin . .... ... . . 4 10. 0 Hyson, per box .. .. .. .. 2 2 0 RICE East India, Patna, perbag .. I 10 0 Java 1. .. . .. 1 1 0 SPICES Pepper, per lb .. .. . .0 0 3 0 0 4 Cloves....................0 8 0 0 386 RAISINS Cape . .. .. .... . .. 0 0 4 Smyrna .. .. . ..... 0 0 4 WINEs-(in wood) Shcrry, per pipe . .. . 2...0 0 50 0 0 Madeira..................25 0 0 45 0 0 Tener~lte.................18 0 0 30 0 0 Port -,,.. .. ,.. 30 0 0 80 0-0 Cape .. .. .... . .. 10 0 0 (4n bottle) Champagne, per dozen ....

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

- RATES OF. INSURANCE. tLnion and LiverpooI-2j to 3& per cent. Hohart Town-Lper Gent. Launceston-1I per cent. Swan River-4 per cent.'. New Zealand-I per cent. South Sea Ialands-2 per cent,

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

To FitEIGHTS. To London-Wool;ý 1d per" lb-oil, old measure, £4 59 to £4 15s: per, tun-t@iber, £5 10s per load-flax, £6 per ron. To Liverpool-Ditto ditto. To Hobart Town and Launceston-£1 5s to £1 1os' per ton. To Swan Rivtr-£l los to £2 per ton. To' 'New Zealand and South Sea islands £2 to £2 10s per ton.

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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. December s-DUBLIN PACKET, 108 tons, G. Weller, agent, for Now Zealand. W December 4-POCKLINOTON, 2'4 tons, W. Walker & Co., agents, for south Seas. 4-FORTUNE,-al1 tons, J Joncs, agent, for New Zea. land, 4-NEREUS. 124 tohs, V& E Solomion, agents, for South Anstralla. 4-MINERVA, 122 tons, R Cummlus, agent, for Laun. ceston, via Port Phillip. 4-FREAK,:2i2.torsu, J Lord and Co., agents,-forMau. ritins. via King George's Sound. 6-MERLIN,365 tons, Paul & Co., agents, for Iiata la.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 1st to the 8th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 1st to the 8th instant inclusive.' December 8-EMMA, 121 tons. Biscoe, master, for South Sea Fishery-4 hogsheads rum, I cask brandy, i* hogshead gin, 9 boxes tobacco, and sundry packages whaling' gear. December 4-SPECULATOR, 91 tons, Hay, master, for Launceston-754 bags sugar, to kegs to boxes 4 tierces tobacco, 56 logs. 154 boards cedar, 19 boxes window glass, 8 casks bottled beer, 5 case hats, 55 mats coffee, 20 tons coats, 80 hearth stones, :2 cases haberdashery, I bale cottons, 11 packages furniture, 1 case oranges, 40 bags rice. December 4-POCKLINOTON, 212 tons, Hunter, mas. ter, for South Sea Fishery, whaling stores. December 5-ELIZABETHI. 174 tons, Munns, master, for New Zealand, sundry missionary supplies. December 5-ARERtCItOMBY, 143 tons, Crew, master, for Hobart Town-7 boxes mace, 21 bates 3 casks tobacco stems, 144 kegs butter, 4 tierces tobacco from bond, 31 Legs colonial tobacco, so bales bags, 23 bags coffee, .6;1 bundles shooks. 102 b...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 1st ultimo to the 8th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reportsafrom the lst ultimo to the 8th instant. December 6-MARIAN WATSON (schooner), 146 tons, Biend saster, from Hobart Town, 1) Egan agent-U1 hogaheads molasses, 145 bags wheat, D Esan-10 boxes starch, S Peek & Co-60 bags potatoes, J M' Wkay-263 bags wheat, R Campbell-43 bags wheat, 325 bags potatoes, W Brend-72 bags putatoe', Peckham-154 bags wheat, Barker & Hallen-90 barrels pork, P W Flower-2 bags potatoes, I'keg gooseberries, F Parbury-lo tons potatoes, Bell-i9 casks earthenware, 20 barrels raisirs, Willis, Sandeman & Co-I case leather, J Bennett-lo tins varnish, I bundle skins, I cask butter, IVRe.s-44 bags potatoes, I boat gooseberries, Order. December 0-COROMANDEL (ship), 638 tons, Loader. master, from Hohart Town; T Gore & Coagents-IS bales hay, H & C Walton & Co-4 cases fruits, 2TFoster-2 cases fruit, Monteflores & Co-60 bales hay, 9 bales kangaroo skins, A M'Gaa 6I Co-Isa bags potatoes, iH Peckha...

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Commissioners of Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Commissioners of Crown Lands. it has been suegested, that the protectors of the tb.otigines, who are sent out with salaries of 250 a year. ought to have another hundred added to their salaries, and performthe duties of Comn nmissionars of Lends, joietly with their duties -of Protectors. If the two duties are not incim. patitb'e, and are not mnreo.s an-average of months than can, be performed jointly. we thi'lk the sag gestion good. and for two reasons. lst-The*Protectors ought to-be something mere Than divines or merely religionis~s; they ought to he men of baness aswell asof piety. And in "uch case, theirbeing Protectors as well as Conmmissioners would secure to us the appointment on a 'future day. of men of business, as -well as of religion. Religiou' men are to be held in great respect; but as officers. we do not pay them for their piety. but for their publc talents qnd industry. "4d-A savinu of £2)30 on every cnn-joint ap pointment. would he accomplished by the union of the itwo...

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EXPECTED FROM VAN DIEMAN'S LAND, PORT PHILLIP, AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

EXPRCYED PROM VAN DIRMAN'S LAND, PORT PRILLIP, AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Caledonla, from Port Philli p. The Laura, from- Liverpool, arrived at Hobart, on the 23rd November. ..

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VESSELS EXPECTED FROM LONDON, WITH THE DATES ADVERTISED TO SAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

VESSELS EXPECTED FROM LONDON, WITH THE DATES ADVERTISED TO SAIL. Jone 10-Augusta Jessie, Edinborough, master. 10-Francis Spaight, 400, Sayers, master. 10-Perfect, 658, William Snell, or Small, R.N. master. 10-Earl Durham, 400. J. Cabell, master. 10-Alineroa. (convicts) 327, George Brown, fliaster,. 10-Asie, 5:16, .1. T. Stead ma'ter. 20-Aledusa, 483 tons, Pardu master, cleared. out 14th July. 20-t ity of Edinhigh, 400 ion''. Thomas Thumplnn master... 20-JNEral, Heed, from Cork. July 23-Pitisea , 450; Lowe, miaittr. - .2i-Augussns Ceiar, 5110. Vin. LTcey, master. 28--Charles Kerr,463, Hartiord Arnold mas ter. Aug. 1-Boune, 619. Richar'son, misn r. l-Mqjestlic, 350, Meulin, master. 3-Alarg1aret, 364. Thomas Canner, master. 5-E.lphinstone, 425, Thos. Framlin, master. 20-li illiam WIre, 245, Ellis, master. 10-Glenbervi0. 388, King, master. I5-Eweretia, 500, Gilmore, master. 20-Lord lI'illiam Bentinck, 444, William Doutty, tmaster. 20-Royal George, - 466, George Richards, master. 27-Jame...

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