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BRADFORD MARKET. THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

-BRADFORD MARKET. -Taunszur avambe, AV(;. Ji. ^, dot.?taI& Rf .-LittlC nlterationi is percepti 4)min the state of this market from recent reports. Wimssumiers evince great caution in their purchases; and although prices remain :nominally the same, it is eestain that wool -may b6 bought upon better terms The public sales now going forward in Condon are lodhed to with interest. Little progress pas yet been made, but we learn that the prices curiea, at the last sale are fully maintained. YARN MIRxILr.-We can report no change in the state of this market either as respects prices or the extent of demand. .PIEca MARi Rz -W canot reportanymaterial alteration in the Piece Mafket dince last week. Six quarter wide figured Rler'inos, especially the Alpatchas, naestill much wanted. Low six.quarter Merinos continue scarce, and.finer nualities are not plentiful. The advance we formerly quoted on Lastinags and Mooreens is full. maintainedl.. LEEDS-TuEax.sD . Our markets of Saturday and to-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

Advertisements sent to this QOice, must specify on the face (f them, the number of times they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged.until countermanded. London Direct, To sail posillvely on lst day of January next G T IE FINE SHIP " ROSLYN CASTLE," having all her dead weight on board, is readyto receive Wool There being only a few Cabins disenwaged, early application is- necessary, or they will be filled np with light freight. T Apply to Robert Duke & Co., Macquarie-place, or Miller's Point. December l,.1838. For. ,ooion 'DirecltC " - T lHE FINE BARQUE'-& 377 Tons Register, Captain at Hannah, has the greater part of t her dead weight engaged, and will have quick des patch for the above Port. For Freight or Passage, p' apply to HUGHES & HOSKING, s Albion Wharf. F Sydney, 22nd October, 1838. - p For= London Direct, T - .p T iT E fine ;fLtdsailing ship ', FLORENTIA," R A. 1. 452 tong per register, ri W. H. Goodwyn, R. N., ti Command...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Yesterday the ship James Pattison, 573 tons, Captain Cromarty, with Emigrants, having left   Plymouth 28th August. - Cabin Passengers, the Rev. E. Turner and lady, the Rev. James Edmon- ston, Messrs. C. R. Haly, W. O. G. Haly, J. B. West, (Surgeon Superintendent.) W. D. West, J. West, Miss West, Haslin, Leeds, Windeyer and 8 children, (brother of Mr. Windeyer of Sydney,) Orton, G. Thornhill, and Miss Vinning. Intermediate passengers, Messsrs. Keys, Capper, Grenfell; Fitzharding, wife and two children, Glasson, wife and two children, and Bryden.

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ENGLISH SHIPPING NEWS BY THE JAMES PATTISON. VESSELS FROM THESE COLONIES ARRIVED IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

ENGLISH SHIPPING NEWS BY THE JAMES PATTISON. VESSELS FROM THESE COLONIES ARRIVED IN ENGLAND. On the 8th August, at Deal, the Atwick, M'Kay, from Hobart. On the 7th August, at Gravesend, the Elbe, from Hobart. On the 20th August. the Vectis, Tremonger, from Sydney, arrived at Deal, and on the 22nd at Graves On the 19th, arrived off the port of Falmonth, the Duke of Kent, from Sydney. On the 21st, at Gravesend, the Achilles, Neale, from New South Wales On the 24th August, the Duchess of Kent, Newby, entered inwards at the Custom-house. SAILED FOR THESE COLONIES. On the 8th August, the Susannah Ann, for Laun ceston. On the 19th August, arrived at Deal, the Osprey, Quinton, for Sydney, and the Union, Wood, for Launceston. On the 18th August, saild from Gravesend, the Francis Speight and the Eweretta, for Sydney, and the L',uisa, for Hobart, arrived at Deal on the20th. On the 22nd, the Charles Kerr for Sydney, from Gravesend. ENTERED OUTWARDS FOR LOADING. August 20.-The Frances Charlotte...

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Police News. TUESDAY, 11TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

Police News* TUESDAY, I ITr D CRMBeRa. The usual battalion of Bacchanals having J been put through theirifacings and marched It to quarters; Thomas Fennell alias Flannigan, form- v erly a waiter at Wood's Hotel, charged u with stealing a coat, the property of M r. ii Richard Cramp'on, was remanded for four- r teen days for theevidence of Mr. Coulston. John Saliaburv, free hired servant to Mrs. ii Robert-'West of PIuilli j street, chatuged with Ii absconding and ema)bezzleaaent, was put to the bar. John Frederick Dawson, of Mac , quarie street, deposed, that the prisoner t called at his house and stated that he was it very ill, a ad requested- to be.ullowed to lie a down, as his master was a hard man. and wou!d compel him toawark whether he wdre able or not. He w is quite sober and had h no horse nor cart with him. Tea was riaade for him, and be remained two days. Dis. p charged. ' SEAitMN. PvU " LADY NUGENT."-.Tohn Lander, Joseph Beard and James Perry, seamen of the Lady Nuaent, wer...

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Tahiti. COMMODORE DU PETIT THOIRE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

Tahiti. . COMATOD tRE DIU PETIT TIIOIRE. s - d TO TIs EDITOR OF TITR Sydney Monitor and Conarnercial Advertiser. b Sit--It did not at all surprise me to v find that the Editor of the Sydney Gazette ti had condemned the French nation gene- 1. rally., and Commodore Du Petit Taoire ti tarticularly, for the chastisement recently s indicted on the Tahitians by the gallant s Commodore. But it has.surprised me that p a sensible experienced and impartial per- it son, as I have always thought you to he, s should concur in the sentiments of the ti Gazette Editor, and term the Act of re < taliation of the French Commodore, " a r, tyrannical insult." As no doubt you read the Sydney Herald, , and appear to take some interest in what v cocernns the ,, ancient, brave, and de C fenceless Queen," Pomnre, you cannot o have forge'tten sonic lengthy articles which h were published in that paper about ten d motinth ago, and written by a person who ( was once a Missionary, but who, I believe. ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

TO THE EDITOR O TILT Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. SIR,-Your last number contained the reply of a correspondent of the Morning Chronicle, to the Staidard, which, in the -impilicityj of its heart lad asked, "when was any one hangeduin England for mere libel ?" The correspondent alluded to,.showr that John Thyn was found guilty of pub lishing " A Treatise on the Execution of Justice,? for which offence he was hI;nged as a traitor. The following extract from a lecture by Professor Aiios of the University of London, will show, that a man in the reign of Edward the Fourih wa' hnge- and quartered, for publihhing a piece of. wiL viva voc., for the purpose of pacifying a.crois-grained urchia.. " Another example of the change of principle. effected with-ut the intervention of the legislature, is exhibited by the law of slander. A student, taking his view of the law fronm s'ime ancient books, will read, that all words admit a double. con struction,miLis and asper, gentle and rough...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

TO THI EDITOR OF TH5 Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. SIa,-In contradiction to one of your contemporaries, you have asserted that the verdict of a jury is not binding on the public. In support of your views, I beg to-advert to a case tried in the Oxford cirwuit, about ten years since, when a Mr. Jephson, a member of the University of Oxford, stood charged with an unnatural crime. Dlr. Denham, now Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench, was retained for the defence, and to his ability, rather than to the innocence of the prisoner, was the verdict of acquittal attributed. But so little respect was paid to the verdict of the jury by the Univefsity of Oxford, which, I presume, contained as good lawyers as the Editors of the Sydney journals, that Mr. Jephson, within a week of the trial, was ignominiously "drummed out of the rcgiment;" in other words,he was expelled the University. The expulsion gave rise to a great deal of discussion, but the almost universal opinion was, th...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

giipping Intelligencc. ARRIVALS. - 'On Wednesday.laast, the bark Afedusa. 889 tons, Iturdie, commander, from -Landon S22nd July, lading, merchandise. No passengers.-W. S. De loitte, Esq., Agent. Same day, the bark. City of Bdiniiurgh, 366 tons, Thanmson, .commander, from London -Slst July, lading. merchandise. Passengers-Messrs Speais. Lee, G~dfrey. Alley, Surgeon, Mrs Alley and fuur children, and Matter Anderson. Steerage W Peck and wife, W Hays and wife, '. Newman and wife, C Chapman, E Scott, V Kent, J Work man, R. Cummings. A Palmer, 1V 'Palmer, E. Mcalzer, J Perry, J Staunton, and S Barnard. A. B, Spaink, Esq , Agent. Same ea). the bark Lindsays, Walsh, master, frim Twofold Bay, lading, 111 head of fat cattle. Walker & Co., Agents. Same day, the 'William the Fourth, steamer, Capt. Parsons,'from Port Mucquaile.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

'DEPARTUR ES. On'Wednesday, for New Zealand, the sehooner Dublin Packet, Willis, master, with sundries. Passengers-Messrs Brown, Wood, King, Menda. ,vies, and Allday-four steerage passeugezs, and one New Zealand woman. Same day, for Norfolk Island, H. ML. B. Pelorius Passengers-.Bishop Broughton and the Rev. Ar. Attwood, 'The Abel+ower proceeds to Newca'tlc Bia few days, to foad with wool for the London market, Two or three other ves els will probably follow. 'By our advertising cdlumns it will be perceived. that a Regatta is to conic otff on the 51st Annivers ary of the aFoundation of the Colony, viz., the 26th :January, 1839. and -as several gentlemen 'have expressed their willinuness to promote the sport.. We have no doubt the different plizes will be worth contending for, and the days amusements will be: woath witnessing. Air. M. Al. Cohen of George-i street, Jeweller, gave a twenty guinea prize last Regatta. -He again comes forward with a similar: proof of his public tirit and ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Emma on a araling trip-Ncraus, for South 1tu; tralia-Wallaum Stoeeld. for the "6-hery--and Janet Igat. for Batavia, fir-t fair wind. Merlin, for Batavia, in a few days. Kate. tor Port Phillip,'4th instant Adelidle, for South Anatralia via -Port =PIiillijt the 15th instantt Marian I'olson. for Hobart Toiwn the 15th inst. The French Frigate La Venus, for N'Jea Zaalantl the 15th n-taut. Hope (Greaves,) for South Australia via Port Phillip, 16-h instant ?Minerva, Port Phillip -via Launceston, the 16th instant, with emigrants Saint George. for Sourabaya and England, the 16th iuntant Freak, for 1Mauritiu, vih Soubt Aistralia -ad King George's Sound, 4i about ten days. Florentia, for onldon 23141 inst IWoodlar*, for the fi-hery. 23rd instant. Abercrombie, for Hobart Town. 25th inst *H eia, for I.ondon,'fiv st week in January. Ruilgn Castle, ror L'n'Ion. firat week in.January. Hope, (Coombes) for bondon, in alt Feb unary, *Despatch, f..r-London in alhf'ehbrnary. Lord E...

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News by the James Pattison. HOUSE OF PEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

News by the James Pattison. HOUSE OF PEERS. Wednesday. August 15 The three fol lowing bills received the royal.assent with the aicustnmed formalities, antmely, the Church Building Act Amendment Bill, the Church Dignities Suspension Bill, and the Ti.tlws (Ireland) Bill. ' The Private Deposits Bill was, read-a bird trine and passed. Viscount Melbourne presented petition for an alteration of the Beer Act, from Bristol and Manchester. Lord Lyndhorst disapproved of one al teration of the Commons to the; Resgistra tion.of Electors Bill, and proposed that the lords' alteration should be retained. Agreed'to on a division. There was a conference.on the subject. 'The: Caada indemnity Bill was ret urned; and their lordships adjourned.

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

LAID ON, T3UT 71516 OF SAILING NOT F51B.1: "Gewrnarvon, for th' Fisdzezy Fortune, for the FiIshery Mary.. Swindell'. for-Fishaery. Bee, for Holmut Town. Janet Izat, for -India. Gotteruior Phiffip, for NorfolIkihlatgd. Je**, for New ZtvIand Mesdlaind, for 1 ndia LIvdsAos, for Twofold Bay. .P~hel Gower, rmt Latndon. Alfred, for Lotndon (not yet in pot t:) FOR SALE, FISEJGUIT Ott CtIARTRR. A new cutter. 40i tons; at Aear's ivltfrf, tbr-sale. Renon,'n lot freiRlttor'chatter Ninmrod, for sale

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VESSELS EXPECTED IN SYDNEY FROM LONDON, With the dates advertised originally to sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

VESSELS EXPECTED IN SYDNEY FROM LONDON, With the dates advertised originally to sail. July 10 - Augusta Jessie, Edinborough, master 10 - Perfect, 658, William Snell, or Small, R.N. master. 10 - Earl Durham, 400, J. Cabell, master. 10 - Minerva, (convicts) 327, George Brown, master. 10 - Asia, 536, J. T. Stead, master. 20 - Nor. al, Reed, from Cork. 23 - Portsea, 450, Lowe, master. Aug. 1 - Boyne, 619, Richardson, master. 1 - Majestic, 350, Menlin, master. 3 - Margaret, 364, Thomas Canner, master. 5 - Elphinstone, 425, Thos. Framlin, master. 10 - William Wise, 245, Ellis, master. 10 - Glenbervie, 388, King, master. 20 - Lord William Bentinck, 444, William Doutty, master.   20 - Royal George, 466, George Richards, master. 41 - Bardaster, 500, John Virteel, master. Sept. 17 - Alfred, 716, J. T. E. Flint, master with, emigrants. Oct. 8 - Andromache, 477, Thomas New, master, with emigrants. ADVERTISED IN AUGUST, FOR FREIGHT. The bark Regulus, Crew, for Sydney The ship Perfec...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

Marriages. On Wednesday last, at St. Lawrence Church, by Special License, James St. John Ranclaud, Esq., son of the late Captain Ranclaud, of the 56th regiment, to Miss Eliza Wood, daughter of the late Mr. I. Wood, of Macquarie-street Academy. On Monday last, at St Philip's Church, by the Rev. W. Cowper, Mr. James Goodwin, to Mary Ann Richards, both of Sydney. Birth. On the 15th of November, Mrs. Charles Dunn, Argyle-street, of a daughter. Deaths. On the 6th instant, in Elizabeth-street, Mrs. Frances H. Cotchett, aged 53 years. On the 8th instant, in Sussex-street, Frederick Green, aged 11 months and 9 days. On the 9th instant, Mrs. Jane Sims late of Sydney, aged 93 years, who, until three days of her death, had enjoyed tolerable health, when she fell a victim to the prevailing Influenza; an old and much respected Colonist. On the 11th instant, in the Emigrant Barracks, John Vidler, aged 3 years and 10 months.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

TO THE EDITOR OF THEn Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. An artitcle referrin^ to the frigate Venus headed -' Ship news," appeared on Monday in the Herald; and alihough it assumes the Editorial pronoun To', I beg the mer cantile public not to imagine it to be part or parcel of the E litor's leader, for it was written by the agent and the lucky contrac tor. WVell they might say, .. we happen to know something about the matter in q(stion"-no one doubted it. However the queries referred to are not answeied. lit. The Pork. There is no objection to the agent tendering, but let it be in his owVp name-it is as easy by a shatn sale to make over .100 barrels of pork to a friendly party. as to tutke over a cargo of tea. 2 id. If Arrack were required, why not have mentioned it, in the tender ? as it is but half the price. 3rd'. I lie highest tender for biscuit was not only taken ; but the lowest .tnd the best rejected--and th it in consequence of the agent asserting, that the party tend...

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[?] MONITOR & COMMERCIAL FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1838. The Aborigines. extenuate, nor aught set down in malice—SHAKSPEARE. The Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

rMrNIlTOR X, COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER i A% MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1838. cc lpi extenuate, nor a"tght set down in maltce-SuAK . The Aborigines, st fcllowinf is a list of the Europeans al by the b'a-k natives since 1839, us oI s by the Sydney Herald- r' -Mr. SurveVor Finch had two mten killed tit Rig River, while on duty with Major -Abhiut the end of this year, a servant of tn Junisoun'a was murdered on the Namui -In April. two ien oif Mr. Hall's were - (on the Big itiver) while splitting timber; hi an wat kiiled, and the uther escaped with ai n his leg. The natives then atticked the lint in i . r.Thomas Hall received a spear ithe head. It . ..Septemaher.-Mlr. George loiwman's hut el ed between the Namui and Big River) was a ed while the storekeepers were out, and two 01 -pers were killed. w .-November -Two shepherds in the employ   of Mr Cobb, on the Big River, were murdered 'attending their sheep in the bush. to 8-January -Two men belonging to Meoers. (9 and Franacis Alnnan...

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Mr. Polack's New Zealand. [Continued from our last Supplement.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

Mir. Polack's New Zealand. [Continuedfrom our last Svpplement.J 'IThe iraiseible veteran continued his ora Lion. He said he would live to spite the white men, and brtak his fast on a fresh slave every morning. The very Atuas of the country were arrayed against the new comers (instancing our adventures iii con nexion with 'Tameteri ) And where did the party intend going ? D twn the Kiapara river, every spot of which was sacred, for a race of chiefs who would never allow us to land on those shores without showing their res'ntment in a sig nail anner. For his part, no canoe should leave Matakoki IVaingare, (the name of the village,) nor should any White man again visit them. ' They will, per haps,' he added. ' persuade us not to punish the trines of IVaitne, who tiave' destroyed our 1Vai-tapus, dug up our provisions, and stolen the prop,.rty of our peoile. Never! let.±be.tlag grow -and our foreste stund'; if we want clitthmg, we have our womien to make them (he had .seven wives. not. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

SABSTRACT O'F ALL SALES 'BY AUCTION. which will be held betfween this and our nest nunlber THIS DAY. POLACK A.-At Bizaar. at 12 o'Clock,'Horses' Carriages. Drays also Dairy Cows. HEBBLEWHITE 'W.-At the Stores .of Mr. I Botts, at 11 o'Clock, .150 Tons Sugar, .also, Tobacco, &c. WILSON J T.-At rooms, at111 o'Clock, ''and at New Town,'Maitland, and at Cecil House, Shop Fixtures. SOLOMONS S-At Roosna, :Household IFar I .niture. SIMMONS I. & CO.-At the Stores df'Messrs. Walker & Co. at 12 o'Clock, Merchandise, BLACKMAN MR.-At Commissariat Stores, at 10 o'Clock, Emigrant Stores Of Ships 'William Rodger anflalasnlI. TO-M(IORItOW. SIMMONS 1. & CO.-At 'Rooms, 'Fancy Sta tionery. Perfumery,'&c. WI LSON 'J T.-At Mr. M'Lnughlid's Premises, Pitt-street, at 12 o'Clock, Stanhopes. 'Gigs, &c. At the Custom"House, at'12 o'Clock, Gondemned Tobacco. &c. SMART T W;-At Rooms.at l2 d'Clock,4W'ines, after which,;a variety of Wlerchandise. WANTED, IWO...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

(Fromn the SrECTATOR of 25th August.) '"Our beautiful Queen," as the Irish. rhetorieinns call " 4the sovereign lady Victoria;" 'has at length escaped from the Vtmlico swnmp, sand inhales theiBerk'hire breezes from Windsor terracre. Her Min hiters are dispersed 'in all -directions, ,castle gazing on the Rhine, rousing the black cock on Scottishtmoors, yachling off tie Isle of Wight, or rusticating in their 'baronial halls ; while the mighty 'Daniel 'OConnell, having 'blown his blast in 'Dublin, bares his brawny shoulders to thc .stripes of the penance-iriflicting monks of 'La Trappe-n fitting preparation for all 4hat must be done before and during the -next House of Commons season. Nobody lingers in London who can manaie to quit it. No two or three could be gathered, together to-make-au";public meeting ;" and were nit tlie weather fickle and loaves dear, -there would be abwolutely nothing to talk about -in this dull wi derness. To tie provinues, therefo,-e, the politiviAn must. 'tut ...

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