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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Nothing extonuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

Sf (N4EY M¶OMITOR E COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER oN.thing e.rtoaiurate, nor aught sect down in malice.-SuAnE. WO. OL. TAe August sales to be considered 'by 'the Australian sheep-owners as the future standard prices,. .jEixtract'of a letter from a respectable wool rloker in .London (Mr. Thomas Southeyi) to the editor-of The Colonist, dated Apgust 22, 183 :- ",.Although you are not immediatoly connected with .he wool branch of connme ce, you may probably wish to know my opinion-of the future, as well as the present prospects of t 'i wool trade; which is sriellv as follows. It is customary for persons in ;England, who are wool-dealers and wool-staplers, to take stock in May, being at that period most light of stock; and it clearly appears, from various inquiries which I have made, that there was no increase of s'ock of any description of wool at that period; which proves to a demonstration, that the .demand and consumption of wrool are equal to the increased production. At the same time, it a...

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c.—TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

r.c+lceitIp e?_lt?oroloicin.ll ?able. VA4tATIONS 'OF'HRRR1OMETEIt, &C. &C.-TAK.EN AT 9 IN TlHE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN 'rFilE ERNING RSPE.CTI P.rE-. Wjn'EaSnaY .. 19 i68 7r 64 SW Olear T'nURsDAY.... 20 62 75 68 SW Ditto FRIDAY ...... 21 70 80 74 NW Ditto SrTuaxtr .... 22 ''60 74 70 SW Cloudy S~uvoý?r....... 2: 'tiO 7') 68 SW Ditto A!oN..v....... 24 2 74 701 NE Clear 'TuesD Yv...... 25 73 82 78 NE fDitto Mean Temp. 70 '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

Death. On the 24th instant, Frances Mary, second   daughter of Frederick Wright Unwin, E.a.. of Pit   street, Sydney, aged two years.    

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VESSELS FROM LONDON TO SYDNEY, With the dates appointed to sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

VESSELS FROM LONDON TO SYDNEY, With the dates appointed to sail. July -Mlnerna, 327 tons, GeorgeBrown, master with convicts. Aug. 13-Francis Spirrglt, 400 tons, Sayers, master, at Deal, 20th August. :30-Perfect, 65%, Snell, master. 18-Earl Durham, 400, Cabell., master. 24-Augustus Casar. 500, Lacey, master. Sept. 20-Royal George, 466, Richards, master. Aug. 20-Glenbervie, 388, King, master. 45--Eweretta, 500, Gilmore, master, at Deal 20th August. Sept. I-Prince Regent, 400, Aitkin, master. Aug. 12-Charles Kerr, 463, Arnold, master, at Deal 22nd August, sailed for Scotland to talkein Emigrants. 30-Juliet, 444, Parker master. 15-Boyu!ne, 619. Richardson, master. 25-Asia, 536, Marshall, master, cleared out wards 18th August. Sept. 1-Lady 1iac NVauglaten, 558, Hurstwick, master. 17-Alfred, .716, J. Flint, master, emirrants. 29-A4ndrtmache, 477, New, master, emigrants Nov. 5-Orient, 596, Wales, master, emigrants. Aug. 18-Majestic. (convicts) 350, Williamson, master, entered out. :rds the...

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Couch Grass. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

Couch Grass. T?DIT ro FA?SSERas.-I further beg to-call the attention if British agriculturists to the use which is made, ia'ly, of "couch grass," which in this .country, is allected in the fields into heaps and •burned into pare waste. , The long gramlineous .under.gronnd s oots of couch grass, in French called -chien dent, in Ita!ian, gramminia, when Fresh dug up, are wrisp,- tender, and of a flavour not unlike sparngus, but sweeter. Sarsaparilla is -a near relation to it; and Italian plhysicins as fre quently order decoctions of the one as of the other to their scorbutic patients; and some assest, that the granmmania is the better detergent of the two. But this is not the purpose to which I should like to see grammauia applied in this country, but as a most excellent, wholesome, and favourite article of fiod for horses The children of an Italian peasant will follow the plough and the barrow, and collect as .much couch grass soots as pays for'their own lkeep. •ACfter the couchh. i-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

"SALES -BY AUCTION. -Horses, Carriages, Drays, Stc. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY -A. POLACK-, "At his Bazaar, on;FRIDAY next, the 28th-instant, -,at Twelve o'Clock, `TII'REE SADDLE H'O'RSES .L One pair Carriage Horses<{good match) "Two Draught Horses STwo Brood Mares SOne Timnor Poney One Londldn-ullt'Uhasiot " One dlitto ditto neatly new "One London-built Stanhope Two Drays. T'ermnmade' known at time Of Sale. One Thousand Five Hundred Sheep "IN THi BATH-URST DISTRICT. On FRIDAY, the lth January, 'at 12 o'clobk " precisely, -B1Y A. :OL'ACK, 'AT HIBS aO5BS, g%"NE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED SHEEP, the property of AiKemmis, Esq. consisting of 500 EWES, ' to lamb' in March ; one half two years- old-=the other half two -years to four years old. ."1000 WETHERS, two-arid-a-half to four '-years olid, chiefly four years old; . 'And now 'epasturing near O'Connell's Plains, where they •will be delivered 'by the first February. •Terms made' known at time of Sale. 'ELEVEN HUNDRED EWES Withl L...

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For the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

`'or the Governor. (Extract from a Van Dieman's Land News?paper.) VWe." re happy.to learn, thiit the :Lieutenant Governor, with that consideration which he invari .•bly m.anirests when the good conduct of pri-onel s of the Crown is brought under his notice, has heend pleased to reward two servants of the late D:C G. iloodie,-by granting to one a-free pardon, and the .-other a ticket.of-leave, in'testimony df His Excel lency's approb.ation of their exemplary bIlhaviour during a period of-maa;yyears in their late nzslter's' service, and more particularly far their attention'td him in his last illness. We -undesstand that the indulgence to these men was solicited by Mr." .nLoodie's widow, to whose request His Excellency " hiiiinediately acceded. .ie highly' npprove of Lieutenant-Go vern'r Franklin's policy, as exhibited in these two instances of the royal clemency; and when it is contemililited here to increase ,the lisbipline .of the convicts generally, and to deprive .them of unmerit...

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The unhappy conquered Dutch colony of the Cape of Good Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

The unhappy conquered Dutch colony of the Cape of Good Hope. We do not remember to have read in Roman or modern -history, such ex amples of imbecility or malice against the Queen of England's adopted subjects, as are exhibited in the Cape -papers. It is laid down by all writers on civil govern mont, that when any Government refuses to protect its own subjects, it is the duty of those subjects to overturn it. Why d, Simply because the Cape is corn poscd;-1 u the -Canatdas, of :two nations who dislike each other, namely the old I)utch and the young British. 'Still, the Government of the Cape, according tolthe Dutch papers, is acting a.monstrous parr. .Imbecility or malice seems to be at the bottom of all its acts. 'For ihstance ; Extract -from the Zuid Afrikaan of -the 26th October, 1858. Five months ha-ve now elapsed, since the Address of His Excellency to the Emigrant Farmers, dated 21st May, 1838, has been issued and published; and our remarks thereon, contained- in our number of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

Advertisements sent to this Oice, must specify on te face of tern, the number f times they are to be advertised ; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. For London Direct, T HE fne fast-sailing ship 7 " FLORIENTIA," / A. 1, 452 tons per register, WV. H. Goodwyn, R. N., Commander. This ship having nearly' cospleted° ,er cargo, offeis a good opportunity for the shipment or early Wools. . For light Freight only, for which an early application is requested-or passage, having: sbpe:ior accommodations. Apply to W. S. DELOITTE & CO. Jar Low er Georgc 'streetf Dcember 1, 1838. iforit London Direct, To` all positively on lot day of January next THE FINE SHIP - "- ROSLYN' CASTLE,'' ha having all her dead weight on board, is ready to receive Wool. There being only a few Cabins disengaged, early application is necessary, or they will be filled up with light freight. Apply to Robert Duke & Co., Macquarie-place, con or Miller's Point. December 1, 1838. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838

VWANTED. r MARRIED COUPLE, who hlave had Ten A sn experience in the Colony inl a large air deirous of engaging i. the ave pplui 11iCod charactersc:m ben Applycn to A'~,~ pIingD AT TOIO! OFFICs. SHOP.IAN wANTVED. - gESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN who un A derstands the lIersil Grocery ulsiness and ? ocureoo d Referenceos, will h; ar of a Situ. - oan bp applying at the Office of the *' Sydney lonir a"nd Commercial Advertiser." December, 1838, I IWANTED, C P a middle aged Man and his Wife. a situn- C tloon an agri cutural or dairy establishment. Te former as farm overseer or dairynlmi, and his j iThe to m :as a dairy or make herself useful in d sife .U n or in the management of the house. Tbe Luadersers have just arsived in the Colony, in eshiplames Pattion, from Scotland, and can resrlrtes timonals as to chracter, vwhicll are nzeptionable. Address by letter (post p~.id), to J, S., at this O ice. Sydney, 2ith December, 1838. REPORTER. TANED a Reporler. Apply to Mr. Hall, at the eMonitor Ofice, i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

(From the CouasER o/f 14th December Market Prices, New Wharf, D eember I3.-The aattr has been plentifuty supplied with produce during t hweek. Wheat 6s 6d to , ats 4 o s d, t ?dr? as 6d to 6s Gd per bushel, hay (new) £4 to e4 te, xl (old) £5 to £6, straw £3, potutoes (old) -£-5 ls to7 per ton, ditto (new) Pd to Sd per lb. Walker's Afill.-The price of wheat remainsn lrat per bushel for prime samples, inferior ditto from Olo " Gd, fine flour e22 to £24, second ditto e20to ton, bran, in quantities. Is 3d per bushel. Mannington's Mill.-.Wheat 8s to gs per bushel, dot. £26 per ton. Beef S} to di per lb by the quarte? h 6d, mutton 5d. pork 06t? to 71d, veal sd to led per lb. Butcher' Meat.-Beef id to ad. mutton 4d-to rd lb. orby the carcase 41d, lamb Is to s perquarter, pa 7d to 8d, veal ad to led per lb.

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VESSELS FROM LONDON TO SYDNEY, With the dates appointed to said. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

VESSELS F4ROM LONDON TO SYDNEY,. With the dates appointed to sail. Aug. 30-Perfect, 658, Snell, master. 38-?arl Durham. 400, Cabell, master. 24-A ~gustH s Csar. 500, Lacey, master. Sept. 20-Royal George, 466. Richards, master. Aug. 20-- lenleitvie, 388, King, master. 15-Eweretta, 500, Gllmore, master, at Deal 20th August. Sept. l-Prince Regent, 400, Aitkin. master. Aug. 12-Charles Kerr, 46i3, Arntold, master, at -Deal 22nd August, sailed for Scotland to take in Emigrants. 30-.luliet, 444, Parker master. 15-Boyne, 619. Richardson, master. 25-Asia, 536. Marshall, master, cleared out wards 18th August. Sept. 1-Lady Mac Naughien, 558, Huratwick, master. 17-Alfred, 716, J. Flint, master, enmierants. 29-Andromache, 477, New, master. emigrants Nov. 5-Orient, 596, Wales, master, emigrants. Aug. 18--11jestic, (convicts) 350, Williamson, master, entered outn.ards the 8th August. 20-Margaret, (convicts) 364, Canney, master, .15-Ellhinstone, .(convicts) 425, Framlin, master, at Deal the 7th Aug...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

al ITiIVALS. Yesterday, from Liverpool, via Hobart Town having sailed from the former port the 1st of Suly' and the latter the 19.h instant, the barque Laura, 3930 tons, Day commander, with a -cargo of mer. *chabdise. Agents, Ar.plnall' Co. Passengers MrI.', ,iul m; Tlr:Y' ti.yaBry?"o.Bes;," r" '° ng Jones, Mr. William llinchclil'.*, from Hobart Town, Steerage-Sarahl Taylor.. Same day. from Calcutta, via Madras and Hobart, from the former port the 25th of August, Madras, the 8rd of October, and the latter the 12th in stant, the barque Guillardon,, :310O ton, James .Rapson commander; cargo, merchandize. Agents, Campbell & Co. Passengers-Mrs" Itapson, Mrs* *Cunliff, Mr. Cunliff, Mliss White, Lieutenant L. WV. White, 44th regiment, R-v. W. S. Mackay, Mr. John Mackay, Mr. James Watt, Mr. Roger Gale, Mr. and Mrs. Molle, from Madras-; from Hobart Town, Mr. James Murray, Mr. W. Murray, and M?r. Hawkes, '9 servants, and 1 European convict frdm Madras. Passengers per Isabella to Newc...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

DEPARTU?'ES. On Wednesday for Batavia, the ship Mandarin, 485 tons, Donald,anaster. On Thursday, the barque Fbrtune, 311 tone, 'Norris, master, for the fishery. Same day, the barque Woodlark, 265 tons, Grimes, master, for the fishery.

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EXPECTED AT SYDNEY FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, PORT PHILLIP, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, AND THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

.XPRCTER AT SYDNF.Y FROM .V.uN Dt..MRNE 'AN.D, PORT PIIILLIP, SOUTII AU.TRtALIA,'CAPR OF GOO HOPE, AND TIlE M'AUIIIRIUS. TIhe llN'Iiam l'ise, 245 tons, IElli, from Swan . Iltver. The Anne, } From the Cape. Thc..ehlpe, The Sonerrign, 243 tons, C+rmpbell master, from 'Illart, :alerVtised to sail Ilith December. The Poteltulte, 344 tons, Gilchrlht, master, from H-Ioart (not yet arrived there). 'iThe Fra,n is .paight, 400 tons, Sayers, master.. now at'H 'bart.

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Wednesday, December 26, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HAiRBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Wirednesday,.December 26, 1838. AllEL, GO\VER,'bark, 313, Henderson, master, R. Dacre, agent-in the Cove refitting for London. A IlCE, b ig, 227, 'Haynes, mnaster, Mr Simmons, agent-at Campbell'. wharf, discharging AltGO, brig, 169, Billing master, Dawes agent in 17 it'li ft };l rl~ ........a..:_.. CA ; t. t., t.262 ? tonl', Gardcntr, master, Mon. tefrires. & Co , agent, at Moore's Wharf, dis chli.rint. CAi rItNAl V(N, bark, 223,.(whaler). Irvine, master, l;ag"ter. agent, at Irving's Wharf refitting for Sir'n'h Seas. CALEDONIA, barque, 190, Sfnmers, master, Ed wards and Hunter, agents--at their wharf, dis charging CITY OF EDINIURRCGH, balk, 366, Thompson master.-A. B. Spark agent-at Campbell's wharf, di-cha.eing, CUlRRENCY I.AS~, schooner, 90 tons, Davies, mi.ster, Captain Nillne, agent-at the Queen's whtrf discharging DESPATCH. Iark, 362, T. Street agent, in Cove, lo,,dinu for London. ELIZABETH, barque, 194, Pritchard,....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

Births. At ther residence, at Tanelba, the Lady of Lieut. William Corvill. R. N. of a daughter, (This an- nouncement should have been made six weeds ago.-ED.) At her residence in Spring street on the morning of the 25th December, the Lady of George Bennet, Esq, F.L.S.., Surgeon, of a Daughter. Married. On Saturday last, by special license, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Mr. David Brown, formerly shipmaster, of Patterson, Hunter's River, to Miss Mary Hodg- son, of Hunter-street, Sydney, Deaths. At his residence, Newlands, Parramatta, after a protracted illness, A. K. Mackenzie, Esq., Aged seventy years, much regretted. At Wollongong, on the 26th Deoember, Sarah, wife of Charles Throsby Smith, Esq. At Telarah, West Maitland, on the 19th instant, Emily Tularah, one of the twin infant daughters of H. J. Pilcher, Esq. Yesterday, Daniel, son of Mr. McInnes, Pitt- Street, aged six years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

Le?a? SUtaonesry Ofice. I1T.i Geaalemen of the Legal Profeslon are ._. respectfully informed by the Undersigned, sbat I.e intends on the first January nest to open an Office at No. 8, Josephson's Terrace, Elizabeth Street. North, close by Wentworth-plaee. He trusts that his experience, aided by strict attention -to bu~siness. fidelity, confidence, and despatch, 'will be his strongest recommendation to the Legal 'Profession, -whose Tfavors he".earnestly solicits. IOSEPH PETTINGELL. r Sydney, -December 18, 1S38. : CIRCULA R ] ADDRESSMD tho tihe free Public of New South Wales. VE,THE UNDERSIGNED, free Cdottiiat, conceiving that a PETITION should 'fortliwith be addressed and transmitted to the ;Hoose of 'Commons, praying, that provisien may be made for. securing the faitllfl and eadlusive "-application -of the Territorial Revenue of this ., Colonl, 'to the -promotion of IMMIGRATION,~ " Sto now suggest, that a Public Meeting be convened: to take the subject into consideration, and we ,do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

REPORTER. W ANTED a Rep.rter. Apply to Mr. Hall, at the M1onitor Office, in York-street. December 22, 1838. st K COACHMAN WANTED. Apply personally C * to - S. PEEK & CO. of December 2, 1838. O SHOP-MAN . WANTED. A' RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN who un- let derstands the Retail Grocery Business and M cm procure good References, will hear of a Situa tion by applying at the Office of the " Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser." .. December, 1838, Apartments Wanted. TWO Ladies wish to be accommodated with . Furnished Apartments 'in a Respectable N Family, a few miles from Sydney; or in the country, in or near any of the country towns, with or without Board. They will have their own Servant to attend on them if necessary. Or any person having a genteel Cottage to let, in a cheerful neighbourhood, will be treated with. Unexceptionable references I will be given and expected. For cards of address sp apply at B MRS. DAVENPORT'S, at Reibey's Buildings, George-street. Board and Lodging. r...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

Va.n Diemen's Land. We have received the follqwing : "' Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, 24th Nov., 1898. ." The 'Petition Committee,' of.whom mention is made in the papers herewith sent,: beg that the Editor of the Sydney Mfonitor will do them the favor to accept the accompaiying paniplhlet,"in the subject of which they hope he will feel an jnterest." The ', papers "consist of a pamphlet intituled, "*Petition t'o Her Majesty the Queen from the Free fnhabitaints of Van Diemen's Laud, for a Legisla sure elected by the people, &c. &c. &c., of Van Diemen's Land. Printed by J. C. Macdougall, Hobart. 1838." The Petition was carried at a Public Meeting convened and. pi esided over by tie Sheriff at Hobart on the 19:h June, 1838.-The 4ollowing' is a copy:- To TIE QUEE.N'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. The Humble RBpreaentatiou and Petition of the Free Inh/bitunts of Pan Diemen's Land, in Public Aleeling assembled. We, your Majesty's subjects. the Landlholders, Merchants; a...

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