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Van Diemen's Land. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Van Diemen's Land. HOBAItT TOWN. Tar INFLUZ?ha -We have recriived soine communications calling our attention to the prevailing disorder, which, for want of a better name has been called the " In fluen:a." its fatal ravages having, at last, excited fear and alarm, where before heed lessness alone existed. We have; among other subjects, been asked, whether the malady was properly uqderstood; as alnnst every medical man in'thi town has a dif ferent mode of treatment. This is the question we have often asked ourselves, fir there is something supremely appal ll'og in the circumstance of three highly ecteemed individuals, in full health and vigour,being taken off with the suddenness of a pestilence. Either the malady must baffle all art, or the art itself can be bu' in perfectly understood. We cast no im putation upon any of the medical prac titioners of ti s town. \Ve consider it a duty, however, incumbent upon us, to call their attention to facts, of which they may not be cognizant; and...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

The following replies have been received amongst the lirate despatches to His Ex cellency, Sir John Franklin, in answer to the two addresses sent home in December list. Downing-street, July 27, 1838. SIR,-I have had the honor to receive your despatch, No. 138, of the 26th December last, enclosing two addresses from the inha,lbitants of Van Diemen's Laud, the one addressed to Her Majesty, congratulating her on her accession to the throne, the other an address of condolence to the Queen Dowager. I have had great pleasure in laying the former address before the Queen, who was pleased to receive it very graciously I have also had the pleasure of forwarding the other address to the Queen Dowager.-I have the honor to be, &c. (Signed) GLENELG. Lieutenant-Governor, Sir John Franklin. Marlborough House, July 2, 1838. Sra,-An additional interest has been created in the mind of the Queen Dowager, by receiving so near the anniversary of the dealh of our lamented Sovereign, the address o...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

ARRIVAL.. On Wednesday, the brig Camilla, 262 tons, Capt Gardner, from Hobart Fown the 12th instant, with potatoes, fruit &c. Passengers-Dr.' Crowther, iMr Mrs. and Mlaster Young, Mr. and Mrs. Griflths, and Mr. John Young. Steerage, H. :Aldiidge, and J. Kelly.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

The following are now on a visit at Longshbaw, a sporting-lodge near Shef field, belonging to the Duke of ilutland. The Duke of R?nt'and, Lord and Ld'dv Southamlpton, Sir Hubert Peel, Lord George Manners, bir Rlichard Soton. &'"Q. They had excellent spurt, and bagged' a considerable quan.ity of grouse The Marquis of Granby is expected shortly to, arrive. In Perthshire the weather has been most auspicious, and the birds are said to be num*'rous -Shefficld bils. Partridges are p'entiful in most parts of Devonshire-and the coveys are large in number, although the birds are small From the lateness of the harve-t. s`totina will be postpon..d in some disir cts unlil the middle of Scpteumber.--- 'eshLrn Lumi natSy. '1:he state apartments at Hampton Court are closed, and w:ll remain so until t e arrangements for making them gratui tously and amore genera ly accessible to the pub:ic, shall have been completed. At the seat of Lord Lyttleto:?, at lhlglev, a bazaar was held, in order to...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

English News. From the Sacrmaroa of the 25th August. The *" working classes" have been meeting in large numbers in the North and South-in manufacturing Lancashire and agricnltural Suffolk. On the evening of the 16th, about 20000 persons marched round St. Peter's Church, in the field of Peterloo, 1Manchester, with a band Ilayin., the " Dead March in Saul," in honour of those who were massacred on the 16th , August 1819. A regular meeting, with resolutions and speeches, followed ; it had been summoned by a notice, which Mr Richard Moore. the chairman read amidst vehement cheering, and which commenced as follows : " Brother Radicals-I he memorable 16th of August, that never-to be-forgotten day in Manchester, is near at hand, and we call upon you once more to assemble on the plains of l'eterloo, and there prove to the perpetrators of that inhuaulandeed, that you have not forgotten nor will you ever forgive it until 'justice' has been obtained for the, outrages that were cornmmirted on t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Births . On the 17th instant, at the Glebe, Sydney, the Lady of Edward Dent Betts, Esq. of a Son. On Wednesday, the 12th instant, at her resi- dence in Pitt-street, the Lady of Kerrison James, Esq. of a Daughter. On Thursday morning, the 20th, the wife of Mr. John Douglass, of George-street, of a son. Deaths. At his father's residence, South Creek, of influ- enza, after an illness of only two days, William Richard, eldest son of Mr. John Alcorn, aged four years and eight months. On Friday, 14th instant, in George-street, Emma, the wife of Mr. Edmund Leffler, aged 25. On the 9th instant, at his residence, Illawarra, Mr. Edward Elliot, aged 68 years.

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Friday, December 21, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. 'Friday, December 21,.1838. ABEL GOWER, bark, 313, Henderson, master, R. Dacre, agent-atatheEast side of the Cove refitting for London. A LICE, brig, 227, Haynes, master, G. Porter & Co, agents-in the Cove discharging ARGO, brig, 169,.Billing master, Dawes agent in'Darling.Harbour, refitting. CAMIILLA, brig, 262 tons,'Gardener, master, - agent, at Moore's Wharf, discharging. CIERNARVON, bark, 225, (whaler).,Irving, master, IBagster, agent, at Irving's Wharf refitting for South Seas. CALEDONIA, barque, 190, Symers, master, Ed wards and.Hunter,.agents-off their wharf, dis chargilng .COROMANDEL, ship, 666,;Loader, master, Gore' & Co.,agents, in the stream for sea. CITY OF EDINBURGH, bark, 366, Thompson master, A. B. Spark agent-at Campbell's a harf, discharging. DESPA'rCH, bark, bark, 362, T. Street agent, n Cove,: loadine for London. EARL GREY, bark, '571 tonsTalbot master, A. B. Spark agent-in the stream for sea. E...

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Mr Polack's New Zealand. (concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Mr Polack's New .Zealand. (concluded.) Mr. Polack speaks well of the New Zea land females, especially those of the higher class. The laxity of mornls with which they have been charged, arises from two causes, both aggravated.by the many pro. (igate Europeans vlio infest the islands, the number of slav.es who are forced "to prfisitute ;tthemselves by their masters; and the circumistance of chiastit in un mk'rrieil' woien not ~being regarded. After mairriage theya are as scrupulous as our own countrywvome'ni death;nevitably following detetion, :unless very heavy d4nmages are fortheoming fromn. soine quarter. Often, however, ibe femaleaffectioni is very strong, and the death of a huistbad' i s frequently acompafnied by the suicide' of 'the '.wife. Many anecdotes of thia ilind ,:are. narrated byMhr. Polack; k: here is one, which turned out unfortunately; for the gentleman re-, porter. "' Among many such ?occurrences. 'as.I have: witnessed,: a circumstance of the kind took place-during m...

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VESSELS FROM LONDON FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

VESSELS FROM LONDON FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Aug. 25-Katherine Stewart Forbes, 500 tons, Fell master. Sept. 20-Maria. 420, - Oct. 29,-Barossa, 730, - Sept. 15--City of Adelaide. 400, Chesser, master. Aug. 15-Prince George, 477, - Sept. 1-Frances Charlotte, 300, Welbank,-master.   7-Resource, 417, Boyle, master. Dec. 16-Sovereign, 243 tons, Campbell, master. Glenalvon, -, Marshal, arrived at Deal 10th August. The Hiadoo, Van Tellan, master, from'Hobart Towi, nirihedat Liverbool the kith August. At Hobart, in addition to the Boug7s'sm,Lout4a, Alajgiower, Sir George Arltlur, iand iinersa, the Mary, IBnchcrott, nmaster, Is laid on for London, to sail on the20th'January. On the 19th August, arrived at Deal,: the Osprey, Quinton,itorSydlney. " " On the 18th August, sailed from Gravesend, the Francis Spaight, and the Eweretta,for'Sydney, had arrived tit Deal otl the 20th.'' . August 22-Arrived at Deal, the Charles Kerr .4or Sydney. August 7-Elphinatoie, 425 tons,Framlin aa'ter, ar...

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The late Coronation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

"The late Coronation. F.Iroms Me Su?xArY T?nzs OfIt aly.,] The gorgeous pageant of the crowning i eiae passed away-the glittering throng, -and gazing crowds have dispersed-the I thunderof the artillery is silent-the ban, lquets are over-the ligh's burnt out-the -general intoxication which was at "fever " beight, has subsided, and the feelings -and -pursuits of rdinary life have again resumed their away. *How many may now exclaim 'with the fallen -Wolsey " Vain pomp sand glory of'this world I-hate-ye; ,I feel my heast-new opened." -The vain ceremonies of feudal times -were again revived, and gone through on ".Thursday, by-.prelates and by peers; there were the - recognition, the oblations, the --anointing, -the oath, the investures, and the crowning; all following in lengthened -anti wearisome-succession. And after all was passed anti over-; after archbishops, -and bishops, dukes, marquisses, earls, vis -counts, and barons, had kneeled and ren . dered homage to their young Sovereign ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Market Prices, Nero Wharf, Decem 'er f.-Wheat 8s to 8s Gd-oats 4- Gd to 5s-barley 5s Gd to 6s Gd per bushel-hay (new) £4to £4.10s, do (old) £4 15s to £5-straw £3-potatoes (.old) £4 to £5 10 per ton, do (new) Id to 2d per Ib-cabtages 1r to Is 2d per dpzen-turnips and carrots 2d per hunch strawherries Is per basket-chel ries Is per lb. It'alker's Aill.-Wlheat 8 Gd to Os per bushel, fine fl ur £24 to £2ti-second 'do £22 to £24 per ton-pollard l 8Sd-bran Is 6!I per buohel. Alcli,Iin',ton's l1i/l?.-Plhe'wv of wheat in the market, hut little Ibuiness diong, thel holders cx netina high prices-whena 9s to 10s per thushel tflur £2;?i per ton. lBeetri t to 7d .per Ib hy the quaI ter, lnslu 4s per quarter-pork GAd to 7.fd, veal 71 to B81 per I!. Bu'ch/r's Alreal.-Beef 5d to 8I-mutton 4d to 5dc per Il?-or hby the e;rca-e 4A'i--lamb :3s to 41 per quarte-polrk 7d to 8.a-veal 8d to 10d per lb.

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DEPARTURES. None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

DEPARTIJTU ES. 'None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Merlin, for-Batavia. Renown, for ditto. WIilliam Stoveld, fori the fisheries. Janet :fat, for Batavia. To sail first Elizabeth, fair wind. Nrereus, for South A ustralia. Kate, for Port Phillip. O,romandel, for India. Eden, for Calcutta Mandarin, for India. ll bent thei Maitland, for india. ails reant their William Roger,- for'India. sails ready "Saint George, for Sourabaya and for sea, t England. Earl Greg, for'India. Woodlark, for the fiisheries. J Marian Watson, for Hobart Town, the 24th inst. .Minerva, Port Pnillip v.a Launceaston, 24th inst., with emigrants. Freak, for Mauritius,- via South Australia and Kig George's Sound, 23rd instant. Jess, for Bay of4slands, 26th instant. Florentia, for'London, 27th instant* Aygeia.'for Lonlon,'first week in January. Rosiyn Castle, for London, first week-in.Januarv.. ),',,j,4, ;f.. u.4.... ti-.y,;- z.rn Instant. Governor Phillap, for Norfolk Island, 26thlinstant. Despatch, for London, in all Februa...

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SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

- TSUPLRMENT is published -.with this day's ,number.. -3TIY MOIITOR E COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER ;FRID.1Y I1C)'~ NING, DECEI BER 21, 1838. Nj ithrt, terrewatee,-or aughtset down in malice.-SurAss 'NEWTS OF THE DAY. Ra~orT..-The subscription lists arebeing filled -up with spirit forthe Regatta. Among'the-liberal stpporters for the day's amusement whose-names are i, ,the lit at the Bank of New South Wales, we. p1 tceive that of Mr. A. POI.CK for'£10"0Is Od. Sin ltci'lARTD BOURKE'S "STATUEr.-It will be -seen by our advertising columns, that a meeting of ll, siil,-criers to'the Statue to be erected in honour of our late Governor Sir Richard Bourke, -ill take " pl»ce- this day at the Mechanics' School of Arts, Pitt-street. atTwelve o'Clock. We hope there will be a full attendance,- that the business of the meet :i zg may he dispatched to the public satisfaction.. ?We are happy to learn that in the Portland, one ri the cabin pa-sengers occupied a portion of every day (when the weather permitte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Advertisements sent to this O fice, must specify on the face of them, the number of times thet/ are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until cquntermanded. London Direct, ob sail positively on 1st day of January next - THE FINE SHIP " ROSLYN CASTLE," having all her dead weight on board, is ready to receive Wool There being only a few Cabins ;lisengaged, early application is necessary, or they will :be filled up with light freight. Apply to Robert Duke & Co., Macquarie-place, or Miller's Point. December 1. 1838. .First Wool Ship of Ihe - Season. FOR LONDON DIRECT, T HE well-known fast.sailing British Built Barque DE-PATCH, 862 tons burthen, is now taking in dead weight, and will commence: loading Wool immediately. For Freight or Passage, early appli cation must be made to COOPER & IHOLT. Agents. Waterloo Warehouse, November 29th, 1838. N. B.-Liberal advances will be made to ship. pers of Wool by this vessel, if consigned to Messrs D. Coope...

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Police News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

Police News. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 'Henry Harder (free), was brought up on war. rtant, by Constable Sullivan, at* the instance of a -respectably dressed female named Stewart, charged -with committing-an indecent assault upon her per-' * son on the Parramatta-road, on the night of Mon-' 'day last. The Constable deposed that .between thei 'hours 6f ten and eleven on -Monday. night, Irs;: 'Stewart cme'to hismouse and -emanded protection, -"tll morningt. Site said she had 'been seeing some friends on the road out of town, and that on her: "'return she went into Weeden's public house'for a -glass of beer. On coming away, a man, whom she -supposed to be a -nmounted policeman, accompanied -hecr, saying it was his duty to protect lonely females. Accordingly she put herself under his protection to 'escort her into -town; but on arriving between -Johnson's and -the Constable's station he put his hand under her arm. On her objecting to suchl -familiarity, he seized her by the thioat, anid th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

The following well reasoned and forcible article appears in the Dublin Freemoa' .Ioursal; a paper whose disposition is favourable to the WVhi Government though its honesty w'll not allow it to apologize for the political tergiversation of Ministers. It says: " The Morning Cdronicle has taken a world of pains to prove what ever\body knows-nnmely, that the measures intre duced and supported by Ministers during the present session, were all 'strictly Con. servative.' ' Really and truly,' quoth or. contemporary, ' the WIhigs, formerly de., nounced as Destructives, are, after all, nothing but Conservatives, and did not give their enemies any of the opportunities of attack, which those enemies at the opening of the late campaign, had ardently hoped to enjoy ' The Conservatism of the WVhigs is indisputable ; but we would have, thnught that the Chronicle-the organ and mouthpiece of the party-would have considered it impolitic and inexped ent to avow, much less to boast of, the tergih' versa...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

IRELAND. Mr O'Connell's new club of agitation is to be cnlled 'TJThe Precursory Society of Ireland." It ijsintended that this society shall continue till the end of next session of Parliamnent, and make every effort to obtain ,"justice for Ireland ;' which is to include equality of Parliamentary and Municipal. franchises with England and Scotland, a new .distribution of Members so as to g.ive Ireland her fair proportioun of representatives, and the entire abolition of Tithes and a'l compulsory payments to a Church,to which the peo,,le of Ireland doI not belong. It these:objects are not se cured in the next session of Parliament, then the ?recursory Suv"lety is to be organ ized into an " Associatioo fur a 11re peal ol the Union." This plan was adopted at a .num-rous me tan, of Mr O'Connell's'coustituents, in Dublin, on Saturday. The assembly was unanimous :in their approbation of M'r t)'C,,nnell' past conduct and futur. .chemes,---with one except:on. Mr Shar nan Crawfomd attended the...

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VESSELS EXPECTED FROM LONDON, With the dates appointed to sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

*VESSELS EXPECTED FROM LONDON, With the dates appointed to sail. Aug. 13-Francis Sparght, 400 tons, Sayers, master 30 -Perfect, 658, Snell, maatner. 18-Earl Durham, 400, Cabell, master. 24-Augustus Caesar, 500, Lacey, master. "Sept.20-ltoyal George, 466, Richards, master. Aug. 20- lenberstiP. 388, King,- aster. *15-Eweretta. 500, Gilmore, 'master. Sept. I-Prince Regent, 400, Aitkin, master. Aug. 12-Charles Kerr, 46t3, Arnold, master. 30-.Jluiet, 444, Parker, master. 15-Boyne, 619, Richardson, .master. 25-Asia, 5:36, Marshall, master. Sept. 1-Lady Mlac iVaughten, 558, Hurstwick, master. 17--Alfred. 716, J. Flint, master. 29-Andromache, 477, New, master. Oct. 24, Nov. 5-Orient, 596, Wales, master. Aug. 18-Majestic, (convicts) 350, Williamson, t l,?ster. 20--luargaret, (convicts) 364, Canney, master 15-E/?hI.nstonr, (convicts) 4~25, Framlin mnaster. 20-bord Ifilliam Bentinck, 444, .Doutty, mnaster. 31-Bardasler, .00, Vertue, master. Sept. 25- Platina. 300. Cotti-h, Master. 25-Marianne,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

SHOP-MAN WANTED. A ESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN who un derstands the Retail Grocery Business and an procure good References, will hear of a Situa- F ion by applying at the Office of the" Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser." e December, 1838, SITUATION WANTED. S ANTETD, a Situation in Town or Country, r as Clerk or Store-keeper, or both united, 'hy a ynnng Man just arrived, who can produce p 'the most satisfactory testimonials for sobriety and 'diligence. Salary not so much an object as respect -able service. Would be glad to act on a Farm as clerk or sruistant to an overseer of a large Establish ment Letters addressed to X Y Z, at the Monitor office, George-street, wilbe attended to. I , LADY, accustomed to superintend the usual Branches of Education, wishes to engage n 'herself either as GOVERNESS or COMPANION in an eligible situation. Address, post-paid, to C. B., Post-office. Sydney. WOOL. T HE Undersigned begs to announce to GROWERS OF WOOL, generally, that he has received Instruc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 December 1838

NOTICE. E..' the Undersigned, will on Mponday the S24th Instant, REDUCE our" COACH PARES toand from SrszYv. to LIVEltrOOL and CAIsp.BELLTOWIv' after the following rates : From Sydney to Campolltown 8 0 Outside." . . Ditto ditto - 10 '0 Inside. From Sydney to Liverpool 5 0 Outside - Ditto ditto .. 6 6 Inside. prom Liverpool to Campbell- 4 0 Outside. town .................... . . Ditto ditto .. 5 0 Inside. JOHN IRELAND- & CO. Azstralian Social;UdgeI, No. 260.. THE BRETHREN of the above Lodge, will Congregate at their Lodge Rooms, *nt John's Tavern, George-street, on ThursdPythe 27th J..tant, at sHigh Twelve," to celebrate the Festival of Saint John the Evangelist. The Brethren will re.assemble;ard dine together at Petty's Hotel. Dinner on the Table at half-past six o'clock. Visiting Brethren are Respectfully invited to attend. By order of the W. M. P. J. KELLEY, Secretary. MEssRs. R Stewards. KAY & MILLER S NEW ADVERTI SEM ENTS OF THIS DAY. to0at Victorfa Ijeatre. -0 J...

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