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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Monday Dec. 10, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weel4ly Report, to Monday Dec. 10, 1838. ABEL'GOWElt, bark, 313,-Hendevsnn, master, R Deere, axen t-at theEast side of t he Cove refitting for London. ADELAIDE. brig, 258, Devlin, master and agent, at Futherinogham's wharf, loading for South Au trialia. ARGO, brig, 169rBillinf master, 'Dawes agent in DMiling Hurbour, refitting. BEE,hrig; 135, A',Aland~usasterPeterson arent-nat the Queen's' wharf. Jnjding for New Zealand. CAERNARVON, bark, 225, (whaler). Irving, ma-ter,. nagster, agent, at'Irving's Wharf refitting for South Seas. CORO3.1tNDEL, ship. 6fi8, Loader, master, Gore, A (o , agents, at Moore's Wharf, discharging. Cl J'Y OF EDINBURGH, haik, 3f16, Thompson master, A. B. Spnek'agent-in Cove di-charging. DESPAT'CH. bark, 362, T. Street agent, in Cove,. loading for London. EARL GRAY, bark, 571 tons, Talhot master,' A. '1. Spack agent-in the stream tefitting. EDEN, ship, 419, Noble laster, G. Porter & Co. aeentt, in Di ...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. Thursday, August 16. The galleries and doors of the body of the House were opened for the adiissian':oft"tratnges at. twelve o'qlock, immediately after whiibh the Lord 'Ch'ancellor in his state tubes totek his seat on the woolsack. The only other Peers !present were, Lord Lyndhurst and the Earl of Shufisbury. Prayers'were then said by the Bishop of Herefurd. Lird Lyodhurst gayc judgament in .the case of Scott v. Jones, confirnming the opinion of the' Master of the lRolls, and reversing the decision of, the late Lor4 Chancellor. The Lird Chancellor gave judgment in the case of Gray v. Forbes, sending back the case for rehearing. Load Lyndhurst presented a petition from the Cha aber of Conmnerce in the City of Bristol, praying. for protection. to commerce abroad,. and that, .the. (louse would take measures to preserve int.iolate the rights of British stiblects. At one o'clock the side and end galleries were completely filled with ladies,; and most of the.sea...

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

" Temperance .-.Magazine. S this periodical ha! now closed the eighteenth sooikf is xisencand another sax months t before it in the opening yenr. those per-oni lies wish to subsciibe for so short a periotl..eny hoPPortnity by sending their names to the hoitowing.To the Editor at the Cffiee of the Soydny nferald; to Messrs. Brennaad. Clint. Etnn. Moffitt, and Tegt, Booksellers. Sydney; vr nsff,Parra matta; Mr. Itoking, Liverpool; Br.yoSg Penrith; 1tev S. Wilkinson, Windsor; lit. Joggers. Bathurst; Mr. V. Williams, Mait land; or, Mr. Croft Wollongong. TERMS, Fhre Copies per month for six months-5s. Asd for every Copy above that number-1a. g.a1-No Subscription for less than five numbers will ba receive t; all applications must he post pvd, and should be made as early in the month as posslble. IN THE PRESS, AND SHORTLY WILL. BE PUBLISHED, - AN INDEX TO THE NEW SOUTI .WALES Government Gazette. THERE are, it is believed, few persons con. nected with the Government, the Legal Pro fasion, t...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 1838. Before Mr. Windeyer. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

WEDNtSDAY,. DAC. 12, 1838. Before Mr. Windeyer. Mary Greenelate was charged by Mr°. Butcher, of Clarence.street, with stealing a shawl, but from the circumstance of sev, eral parties claiming the shawl, she was discharged. Thomas Walker, cook, employed at Mr. Kingby's Ealing; House, was charged with stealing a piece of linen, value 15s., from the shop of Mr. Cohen, George-street. It appeared that the prisoner went in the eve ning to Mr. Cohen's, and asked to light a cigar, when he concealed the piece nd .de camped with it. Committed to take his trial, - Ann Pendray" and Ellen Douglass :p peared before. the Court on. Wednesday last. and charged their master,1\1r. David Jones, with an assault. It appeared that the women had been quarrellinig and ne glecting their w-,rk, and that Mr.. Jones was so exasperated he struck one,, and upon the other interfering and abusing hisIs he struck.her also. The Bench after re minding Mr. Jones thait he might have brought thena before a Justice of the...

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SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1838. Nothing extenuate; nor ought set down in malioe.—SHAKESPEARE. NEWS OF THE. LIST OF MAGISTRATES APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

A SUPPLMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.-SHAKE- SPEARE. NEWS OF TH'E DAY. LIST OF MAGISTRATES APPOINTED.       From the Supplenment to the Government Gazette of Saturday, the 8th instant.) Francis Allman, Francis Allman (the younger), Joseph Anderson, Henry Colden Antill, James Brindley Bettington, James Blair, Gregory Blax- land, .Jhn 'Ma quett Blaxland, John ilaxiand, "1'os. Valentine Blemfield, James Richard Booth, eiore Meares Countess Rowen, John Bowler, lames liowman, Charles Bondell. Esquires; Sir Jame ,John Gordon Brener, K C. B. ant 'K. C. H.; John Itya., Brennan,Edwaid Brown. Alexander '73sulhv. Henry Cavendish Danrers Butler. 'John Cnu;tul'ell, Pieter L'urentz Campbell, "Robert Mackay Campbell. William Rell Carlyle, William Carter. Alfred Chee'ke. William Henry, Georte Cobban, .lohn Couhill, John ...

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

London Direct, 7b sail positively on let day of January next THE FINE SHIP R ROSLYN CASTLE," having all her dead weight on board, is ready to receive Wont There being only a: few Cabins disengsg.d, early application is necessary, or they will be filled up with light freight. ýýs r Apply to Robert Duke & Co , acqarle-plaThle, or Miller's Point. December 1. 1838. First Wool Ship of the Season. FOR LO"TDON DIRECT, T F1-E well-known fast.sailing British Built Barque DE'tPATCH, 362 tonshburthen, is now taking in dead weight, and will commence loading Wool immediately. For Freight of Passage, early appli cation must be made to COOPER & 11O LT. Agents. Waterloo Warehouse, J November 29th, 1838. 4 N. B.-Liberal advances will be made to ship rra of Wool by this vessel, if consigned to Mesus D. Cooper and Co., London. For London Direct. fýH HE Undersigned beg to in timate, that the. fine ship Alfred, f 716 tons register, Captain John J. E. Flint. eaiarable East India Compary's...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. Monday, 10th December. Before their Honors (in banco). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 December 1838

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. Monday, 10th December. Before their Honors (in banco). Mr. Foster appeared to shew cause why an attachment should not issue against Thomas Douglas, and Edward Borton, butcher and publican, against   whom the Attorney-general prayed for an attach ment on account of their having in- sulted and abused Mr. Sewell, (the fore- man of the jury on the second trial of Kilmaister,and others for the murder of the Aboriginal Blacks), being a contempt of court. The abuse alleged against the de- fendants was that in a conversation with Mr. Sewell, they said, "he was a b-----y rogue for finding white men guilty of murdering cannibals; and that he (Borton) would have sat for a month before he would have found the prisoners' guilty." Mr. Foster counsel for defendants, pro- duced the affidavits of Borton and Dou- glas. They did not deny their having said what was alleged against them, but de- posed that it was said in a jocular manner, in a free and familiar way...

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

SA LES BY AUCTION. GIPPSTON, WATSONS' BAY. J. T. WILSON ASTENS- to inform the Colonists generally, - that he has received instructions from the -'proprietor of sonie of the Watson Masy property to offes" them by PUBLIC AUCTION, ON TUES f.AY, 1STH DIECEMBElR, at his Rooms, at 12 o'clock, an extensive ;parcel-of this land. laid -out as a Village honoured with the name of Gippston. It consists of 18 beautifully arranged allotments. -Iists No. 1, 2, 3, having large frontages to Church staeet, being the main street from the Sydney road to the heart of the village. LOTS No. 4, 5, 6, 7,.8, 9, have large frontages to Broughton Square, abutting on to the property of Mr. Newland. LOTS No. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, have also large frontages to Broughton Square, and abut on tihe landsof HANNIBAL HAWKINS MACARTHUR,E3Q. MEMBER OF COUNCIL. LOTS No. 16, 17, 18, have frontages to the "Government road and adjoin the Church lands. In offering to the notice of this spirited public, ,the above land, la...

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

BATFS OF IN-URANCE. Landon andI Livciol-2} to-3l p.er cent. Hobauhrt Town-I pcr cent. .Latunce.tnn--i* per cht. SwRIn IliVre-4 per cent. New ZiaIaind-l per cent. South Sea I[lun'Is-2 per rent.

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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. December 8-KATE, 62 tons, J. H. Grose, agent for Port Phillip. December 14-ARGO, 189 tons, W. Dawes, agent, for Hobart Town.

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Murder and Grand Juries. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

Murcerana Ga uJWa *ite Tsan Sytdney Herald is continually' hariing on the happy substitute of 'Grand Juries Tor -an .Attorney=General. Of all .governments. a i-d motiied oligarchy," as Cobbctt used coarsely to say, "" is the worst." The aristocracy of the Colony is not merely a mushroon aristocracy, and generally, .illiterate, but it is almost as ignorant of the constitu tion, laws, and political economy of the Motiter Country as the Ab.origines, in the murder of whom some of them have lately betrayed symptoms of ex treme delight, even joining their despised and oppressed enemies the convicts, in setting up a shout or triumph in the Supreme Court, when the eleven transported felons were acquitted of the murder, of which' seven oT them, subsequently, were found guilty.' * Though hand join in hand, the wicked shall riot go unpunished." If we have had fears of a Grand Jury before. those fe?rrs are ?idw increased. If men will not stick at shouting in triumph, joining the felon mob of JB...

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Diligence in Public Offices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

* iligence in Public Offices. On the '2th AugRuet, 1820, eighteen persons were tried at Stirling in Scotland for high treason, and were- finally transported for life to this Colony. On the 21st July, 1835, a full and unconditional pardon for the whole (on the recommendation of the House of Commons) was signed by Lord Johnm Russell. The eighteen persons in this Colony heard of it, and applied for it, but were put offi with divers excuses and often treated with great roughness. At length o; e of them named John Ml'Mullan, a blacksmith, whom rwe have known us a very honest quiet man for a number of years, after boring our Secretary's office .for two years and upwards,. procured his Certificate the other day. and -brought it to -us, that we might see it. We made notes :from it of the above par ticulars. -Anofher df them, Robeit Gray ofVain Diemelt's ?ind, has net yet tgot his, anid seems to have no chance of gettitng 'it. He has *been detained a prisoner ever since in aVan Diemeoi's -La...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

PIOJECTED DEPAR'rLFItUES. Emma on a sealing trip-?lerlin, for Balwii Renotow, for Bqtavia-il'lham StoJeld. for the fishery-.lanet Izat. for Batavia-and H [i C 4M Frigate Venus, for New Zealand, first fair wind.:. Kate. for Port Phillip, 14th instant Harian l'atsiod, for Hobart Town, in a few\od?:i.h , Hope (Greaves,)" for south Australia via Port Phillip, this day Minerva, Port Phillip via Launceston, firClilr wind, with emigrants ' Sarint George, for Sourabaya and Etigland , ,t 20th instant Freak, f;ir Mauritis,; via South Anstrali and King George's Sound, in about ten days. Floreutia, fort London. 26th list Woodlark. for the fishery. 23rd instant. . . Ahererombie, for Hobart Town, 25th inst Hyg.geia, far I.ondaon, first week in-Jan . Roslyn (:astle, for London, first week in Jan , Hope, (Coormber) for London, in all February. ý Despatch, f.,r London in all February, goes to New. castle this weekl for wool. Lord Eldon, for London, in February Nereus, for South Australia the 2)th in...

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EXPECTED IN SYDNEY, FROM VAN DIEMAN'S LAND PORT PHILLIP, AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

EXPRCTED IN SBVDNI, FNROM VAN DiPMANO8,t0A PORT .PuILLIP, AND SOUTH AUBTRALIA2 2 Caledonia, from Port Phillip: The Laura, from Liverpool, arrived aI'Hbu¶ ih&'23rd Novmembr. . - ., ,. Lotus, baik,.from Launceston News BT TrE Past. Captain Grsy.--The Pero left Adebtide on the 18th ultimo, Encounter Bay en the 26th. and Launceston on the 7th inst.nt The brig WTilliam, Thoni~, master,. was to leave Launceston on the 8th instant; likewise the. barqUeLotus, both for Sydney.. The b.Irqne Par see, Captain McKellar. or JMacil?lar was wrecked on the night of the 12th ultimo, on, the Trow.bridge Shoals, in St. Vincent's Guiph..cai"co lost, passen geri and crew, saved. The .Barque TlAornsa Lautrie sailed from Launceston for Port Phillip on the 7th instant, to load with wool for England. The new barque WTVllaby, had arrived at I:unnceston from Hobart Town, (Watson, owner,) also to load with wool for England Also the brig Hamilton,' with ?grt of her Cape cargo. rand may ultimately come on...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

juippittg nttteligeuce. ARRIVALS. On Satnrday, the bark Pero, 217 tons, Captain Gray, from Adelaide via Launceston on the 7th instant, in ballast, save a few spars belonging to the wreck of the Lady Wellington. Passenger-?' Mr. E. H. Pnllard. Last night, the William, brig,. Captain Tho from Launceston. R. Anderson, Esq., agent.:;

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

DEPARTUIRES. On Friday evening, the steamer Willias .ie Pourth, for Port Macquarle. Yesterday, the brig Bee, Dunning, master, for New Zealand, with sundries. No passengers. Also, yesterday, the barque Liatsaya, Welsh, master. for Twofold Bay in ballast. No passengers. Also, yesterday, the Government cutter FWber Fyans, for Moreton Bay, with stores. This morning, the Adelaide, Captain Devlin, for Adelaide. Passengers-Thomas Wills, Esq., lady, and daughter, Miss M'Farlane, Messrs. Campbel Hogue, Deane, Gill, Brown, and Samuel; Mrs. M'Arthur and two children. Steerage-C. Delany and wife, J. Downey, Master Anderson, Lewis and wife, G.. Pilpots, and H. Jackson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. E.atestsi .Sek of Plate, Jewellery-, arc. 1 TO B'E -SOLD BY AUCTION, BY , TI. WILSON . 1t ;is est?%li'lhed Sale Rooms,74. George-street. at haelf~t-s-t 10 for 11 o'clock, on WVEDNESDAY, the 1f9 h instant, A N extensive Assortment of the most fashionable mi London-made Ietrevllory ever sent to the ti •Coloty : MI Ladir.' Ring BToocbes Ditto ditto Lockets Gold ('oral, and Cornelian Ear-Rings Amlet Necklaces Beautilt.lly chased Gold Seals Ditto ditto Keys ab 9Ditto ditto Rings, Various Siusndard.cold Wedding-Rings ha A great-variety. of very valuable Watches, from e be .lrrt-rnto London Houses .And. at 12o'clockjthe undermentioned flate and & Plated ware, being the Property of 'a gentleman leaving this 'letropolis forthe interior A splendid Tea Set, with Spoons, ladle, Fish Slice, Tea-Pot, Candlesticks, and Cruets, to match and 'for workmanship and beauty, these articles -stand unrivalled in thecolony. Also, "a very rare ,cdllection of ancient Greek, b 'Ronman...

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New South Wales. If the Governors of New South Wales have not talents and inclination to become good jailers and good shepherds, their governments will not be prosperous—Sydney Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

NTew South Wales, /f the Oooernors of New South Wales hrze not talents and inclinaeion to become good jailers and good ahep iherds, their governmenls will not be iproaperuus -Sydney ?Monitor. 'We-recommend thedfolluowing to His Excellenicy tthe present Governor. It is part of a letter which, .lately appearedtin a".contempernry. "T mnust do Sir Ridhard lBout ke the justice to say, .that 1 beliorv. he meantby-the promulgation of? his .Assignment Regulations, to establish a fixe5l.FlT - Troeation which would excludefavoritism, and enable t?he l.al Government to'assign-the hulk of assigna. W!e contvicts to those, who surely:hnve the-strongest lnaiºp to the indulgene--the landholder. and,,the "i ickmsaster, .;from whom the rGovernment derive pruincipiily jthne tenritonial revenue. H.1is Execl 'lency's. obj?ct was signally frustrated-: his reg ilae tip.us have'been so:grosily evaded and disregarded,' as to liave liecome a laughing-stock to the Colony. T'hat the fli;ckmaaaters as a bouy, h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. Published Weekly by the Local Government WEDNESDAY, 12 DECEMBER, 1838.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th Decenber, 1838 THE Right Honorable the Secretary of State   for the Colonies has been pleased to make the   following appointments:-       George Augustus Robinson, Esquire, to be Chief Protector of Aborigines in New South Wales. Edward Storie Parker, Esquire ; James Dredge, Esquire ; William Thomas, Esquire ;     Charles Wightman Sievewright, Esquire, to be   Assistant Protectors of Aborigines. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON.   Comnmissariat Office.   Sydney, December 5, 1838.       REQUIRED for the Conveyance of Troops from   Hobart Town to Madras, from six to eight hundred tons of Shipping. Tenders of the same will be received at this ofice unt...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 December 1838

NEWS -OF THE DAY. To-morrow morning the seven-mnen sentenced to death for the murder of the Aborigines, will suffer in the gaol-yard George-street. It is expected that the attendence to see the execution will be great beyond ill former example. Besides the prize of a gold watch to be given by Mr. M. M. Cohen *to the winner at the ensuing regatta, M'r. Wyatt of the Victoria Theatre. has 'intimated his intention to present a prize of a boat. The troops in Garrison are daily undergoing 'vigorous discipline in the Barrack Square, prepa ratory to the inspection of the Commander of the F'orces. The Home Government has directed Sir George Gipps to assign no More convicts in the towns of the colony, and to discontinue the practice of assigning convicts altogether, as early as circumstances niay allow. i'his determination, when acted upon, if it be secompanied by another series of the late droughts, will cause a great emigration across our vast southern interior, to South Australia, of live ...

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