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VESSELS FROM LONDON TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

VESSELS FROM LONDON TO VAN DIIEMEN'S -LAND. Aug. 11-Union, 327 tons, ,Todd, mantecr. 25-A rabian. 278, (;Cin, mlaster. 25-L-ouisa (Campbell 300. lBuckley, master. 18-Louist, 250, Stephemnon, master. 25-Cheniot, 2451,. Nlchols, master.. Aug. 25--Derwrent, 410, 40idlcll, master. 30-Emu. 400,'1Iowad, master. Sept. 1-Jumes, :;50, ' rsangles, m,aster. Hope, -- , Imaster, at Deal Itlt August.

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

The following mnemorandum " is made at page 16 of the pamphlet : MEMORANDUM. The yearly amount of* Ta.rea is stated,, tri the Petition, at £80,000; and. of Total Revenue. at £140,000. In the published 'Estimate of the Ways and Means," for the Civil Service of this Government, for' the present year,, as laid on the Council Table on the ]7rh July, 1837. the total Income is taken at £148,274 16s..2d. 'he ",Prob able Expenditure," for this year, (for the same Civil Service only, which is exclusive of all sums paid by Great Britain, on account of Convicts), is stated at £120,117 17s. Gd. By an " Explanatory Statement," aninexed to those Estimates, the Receipts for 1886 appear to have been £140,372 6s. lid.; and, for 1887, S This was so stated at ite 'meeting, and being taken at that time to be accurate, was adopted ac eordingly. The Committee havre reason to believe, however, that it is much over-rated. There has been. .during 'he hist e1glite.'n months, a donsiderahle ex tent of Emigrat...

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

PIR(JECJ'ED DEPI'AHTULIES, Janet Izat, for Port Steplhens .Freak, South Australia, King Georgd's Sound, Swan River To' sail first and Mlauritius. fair wind. JIsnhellu, for Newcastle?and Ho hart Town II'lliam Roger, for Ildia, the 29th instant llaitfund, for Intia, same day Saint George, for Sourabaya and England, same day Cunnilla, for Hobart Town. 30th Instatt If'il'ium. for Launceston, 28th Inlstant Jars, for Bay of Islands, 29th instant. Flrorentia, for London. 30th instant* Ilygeia, for Liondon, first week in January. Rs/pyn 'astle, for London, first week in January. Fairhe, for Hobart Town, 30rh instant. Al4hel Goiner, for Newcastle, 27th lnstiant. City of Editrurgh. for Nvwcasntle, the 31st instaint J/larian Watson, for Hobart Town,, 4th January -Governor Boarke, for fishery, 27th instant. Alaru, for fi-hery, 27th instant Governor Phillap. for Norfolk island, 26th'Instant. Despatch, for London. in all Febu nary. Lord Eldon, for London, in all February. Hope, for London, in all...

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SYDNEY MONITOR X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. The new Regulations respecting Assignment of Convicts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

IDfOEY MONITOR g COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MItORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1838. 'No.hinsr e~teu?:te,vsor aught set down in malice.-SUHAK The new Regulations. respecting .Assignment of -Convicts. TWe are very glad that no more convicts are-to be as-igned to domestic service. This regulation hats been long called .for. And we cannot but observe, that if the convicts have not-been hereto fore kept in proper discipline, and if their assign ment rhas not been conducted'by such rules as-to -maintasn-tlheir discipline, it has been the fault of Ithe Government. The Government has all along possessed dcspotic irresponsible irresistible power on this head. It might have known, and was -bound to know, after A!alf .a century's experience, the .very best made of assigning convicts, and consequently " to make the very best- rules. 7t is to the Govern ment therefore,that all the disgrace, arising from-the publication in: England of the licentiousness de -veloped in Major Mudie's Felonry, belongs. .The...

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EQUALIZING THE PRISONERS LEFT IN PRIVATE ASSIGNMENT BY THE NEW REGULATIONS. The following letter is well worthy the attention of His Excellency the Governor— Cowpastures, 24th December, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

iEQQTIA|lIZ[NG THE Pi'RTSONER' LEF ' IN I'ItI.VATE A.SIGN.11ES.T BY THE NEW JtEGUL lrTIONS. The fdllowing letter is will worthy the attention of His Ea:ccllency the Governor Crnwpastures, 2-J/h Decenmber, 1838. "I have built a second hIuse, barn, gaanary, stores, and poultry-house-have- dine or ten miles of fencing, paddocks stnmped; infine, I -have laid out every;fartling I could scrape together, 4loping to set the wheel going to get -something in return. Blit just as I im going to do. so, I find all my men, J12 in number) except three, due for their tickets. sh ire tuiLd two emigrants and their families, and was as glad to get tid of them as they were of me when they:fttund they could get better wages by going farther. 4I lost by their schemes of sickness a con.ilderable nmni. .nut even if they were good, how can.I compete with my neighbour., who have -iost of them 20 or al0 cnavsets, obhtained by leasing ni'd schemiing; thus all alty outlay,'labour andlfag, le.tve me where I begm...

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

Advertisements sent to tthis OJlice, must specify .on the face of them, the number of times th to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and char?ed ntil erandd. London Direct, Ssausitively on Ist da qf J.ansuary nest SHE FINE S?IP ." *ROSLYN CASTLE," having all her dead weight on board, is ready to receive Wool. There being only a few Cabins disengaged, early a ,pplication is necessary, or they will be filled up it wirh light freight. - Apply to Robert Duke & Co., Macquarie-place, l of Millcr's Point. Decemberli 1839. FTiist , rool Ship of the Season. FOR LONDON DIRECT, .?HE well-known fast.sailing J British IBuilt Itarque DElPATCH, - 162 tons burthen, is now tnkine in dad weight, and will commence loadiig W'ool iinediately. For Freight or Passage, early appli muion must be lade to COOPER & HOILT, T Agents. Waterloo Warehouse, ]?'(ovembcr 29th, 1838. $ N. B.-Liberal advances will be made to ship pers of Wool by this vessel, if consigned to Meaas 4 1). Coop...

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HOBART TOWN SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

HOBART TOWN SHIPPING.   (From Tns COLONIAL Tinma, s1th December.) Dec. 12-Arrived the barque Gaillardon, 391 tonMe Rapson, master, from Calcutta the 23rd September, with a cargo of sundries.   Dec. 14-Arrived the barque Hebe, 256 tons, j, WVishart, master, from London the 11th Aug. wristh?lel cargo. Dec. 15-theship North Briton, 402 tons, Thomm py, master,:from Leith the 26th August, with a genera" e Dec. 16--the barque Derwent, 362 tons, Captain Rýdý from Londonthe 2?th August, with a general cago. a Dae. 16-Arrived the schooner Abererombt, 143 too Crew, .master, from Sydney the 6th December. wi? generalcargo.ith DEPARTURES. Doe. 16-The schoonler Emma Kemp, 59 tons, Pautt. master, for Launceston; cargo, sundries.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 December 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY. The Christmas holidays have passed away with an abatement of the debauchery usual in these ioly-days. The common people of this .colony are certainly not.growing worse, on-the score qf internm :perance. Although the. Nereus has been obliged to go on the Patent Slip to stop a leak, that leak is small, -and does not affect.tbe soundness and general-con dition of the vessel. Mr. Illebblewhite sold 71 Shares, on Monday last, of the Bank of.New Soath -Wales, at-the following -prices : 50 Scares, at-£10 each, to be paid up on the 1st January. 1839, at i8 per share premier, to - Mr. Gosling.............. 900 0"" 21 ?Ditto ditto ditto, at £7 10s. ditto to Mr..Boulton.......... 367 10 0 £1267 10 0 The -Chief Constable of Sydney has received a letter front Goulburn, stating that a. Imshranger had been shot dead by the-riiver of a bullock teatm, and another captured. -BAtx of NEw SouTH WALSs.-Notice is given in our advertising columns, that this establishment will.beclosed on ...

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

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, twhich will be.hold between -this andour next number TIIlS DAY. :Wl'LSON,.3,T.-Atl, an assortmtnt ofDrapery Hosiery, Haberdashery, &c. IPOLACK, A.-At his -Brzaar, at 12, Horses, Car. .tiages, JDrays, &C. 'SM AIT. . W.-At the Stores, Queen's Wharf, at 12, Two coasting cutters, the 1'momas and Rou. butda. *SOLOMONS, S -At i1, at Crampton's Hotel, Pitt. street, Billiard Tables, Bar FixtUres, Furniture, Drays, Harness, &c.-also 240,000 hlicks, the sale to be continued on Monday the 31st. SIMIMONS & Co -At their Mart, at 11, Sugar, Rice, Claret and Flour. TO-MORIROW. SMART, T.. W.-At Rooms, at 11," Woolpacks, Slop,, and othelr Merchandise. :SIM11ONS & CO.--At the Mart, at 11, Gilt China Ornaments. Bronze Lamps, Crn', &c. &c. WILSON,. J. T.-At itooms, at halt past 10 for l, Silver Plate and Plated Ware. 10 per cent. for Seven Years certain, FOR £20,000. W TANTEI) to borrow, on Mortgage, theaboae sum ...

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 22nd to the 29th instant [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 22nd to the 29th instant December 24.-FREAIC, 202 tons, Smoult, master, for Mauritius, via King George's Sound; 7 tanks bran, 2 quarter-casks 2 cases Port wine, 4 octaves sherry. 3 oc taves vinegar, 4 boxes soap, 15 colls rope, 10 barrels pork, -5 half-chests tea, 50 bags rice, 23 butts 4 kegs butter,'I0 cows, 2 calves, 1 case cigars, 15 cases I hogshead gin, 2 hogsheads arrack, 1 hogshead ginger cordials, 1 pocket hops, 18 trusses hay. December 2--ISABEILLA, 323 tons, Sampson, master, for Newcaltle and Hobart Town ; 1000 sheep, 150 tons coats, i0O bags maize, 200 hides, 40,5000 feet cedar, I bale canasO, 1 bale sacks, 23 oil butts, 6) casks tallow, 20 bales bags, 9 baskets champagdne, 20 casks cider, 14 kegs 2 tierces tobacco, 2 hogsheads arrack.sscdr 4kg tDecemoer 22-WILLIAM, I19 tons, Thom, master, for Launceston; I crate earthe r cyI case epparel, 7 tircres tobacco ýfrom bond, cae12 Lkegs butter,, 14 cases hats, 1carriage, 100 cases gin, 1702 ba...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 22nd to the 29th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

MAN IFESTS. 'IM PORTS. Reports from the 22nd to the 29th instant, indiusive. December 24-SUSANNAH ANN (schooner), 79 tons, Lawler, master, from Latsoccctoti, T. Street, Agent ;100 boxes raslsh~s, 20 qusarter-cassks wine, 64 kegs brandy, -120 kegs tobacco, I case apparel, Lamb & Parbury-28 trusses hay. E. Lee-4 cases paper, Wi. II. Tyrer. December 26-CUIItENCY LASS (schooner), 90 tons. Davis, master, from New Zealand, R. Milne, agent; 7 casks b~lack s casks 5 barriels sperm oil, 76 bundles whale bone, 12 spars, II'. boards, 4 casks fat, R. Milne; 5 casks fat, 4 hlgsheads pork, J. Dalley-12 bales wool, Campbell & Co.-Is bags potatoes, 214 bushels maize, R. Duke & ICo.-I case Iama. llolger-2 tons flax, F. Mitchell-12 barrels pork. Russell-I hogshoad wine, F. l'etcrson-l barrel potatoes, 1 keg fat. Wyatt-3 cases hams, Hill-I case hams, It. Dacre-7 caskes fat, Turner-S cases copper, 1 keg coppcr nil~is, LIwswon. December 28-MAGNEi' (barque), 148 tons, Bruce, maste...

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HOBART TOWN SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS AT HOBART. None since the announcement of our last number. DEPARTURES FROM HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

IIOBART TOWN SlIPPING NEWS. '[From the Cotmuna of2lst December.] ARRIVALS AT HOBART. None since the unnouncemett of our last number. DEPARTURES'FROM 1lOBART. 20-The schooner Henry Freeing, 92 tons, Morris,'for Port Phillip. with sundries. 20-The schooner Adelairk, (1 tons, Mar, for Port Phillip, with sundries. MarkL J'rices. Nerw WAhenf, December 20.-Wheat 8s sd to Rs lid, oats 5s rid, barley Its ld per bushel, hay £4 to £5 los, straw L-C to & 11115, potatoes £5 1ls to £7 per ton, cabhac.s Is to Is 2d per dozen, turnips and carrtts 3d per hbnch, strawtc.ries is per basket, cherries isaerlb, firewoodgs to Its, wattlebark £2 15s to £2, Port Arthur coal 125 per tons. WVa Ikre'u IW.-The price of whbat remnins 4irm at gs per bushel for prine samples inferior do from 8s to 8s lid, flne flour £22 to £24, second do 0£20to £22 per ton, bran, in quantities, Is ad per onshel. Marnningtsn's 11ll//. Wheat Rs to Os per bushel, floor £24 per ton. Beef :4d to 6}d per lb by the quarter, lamb...

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VESSELS FROM LONDON TO SYDNEY, With the dates appointed to sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

VESSELS FIPOM LONDON TO SYDNEY, With the dates appointed to sail. Aug. 30 -Perfect, 658, Snell, mat.ter. 18-Egrl Durham,400, Cabell, master. 24-Altsustus Casar, 500, Lacey, master. Sept. 20-/loyal George, 466, Richards, master. Aug. 20-Glenherrie, 388, King, master. .15-Ewerelta. 5(10, Gilmore, master, at Deal 20th August. Sept. 1-Pi irce Jlegent, 400, Aitkin, master. .Aug. 12-Charles Kerr, 4(13, Arnold, master, at Deal 22nd August, sailed tur Scotland to talse in Emigrants. 30-Juliet, 444,*Parker master. 15-Boyne, (119, Itichardson, master. 25-Asia, 5:,6. Marshall, master, cleared out wards 18th Anunst. Sept. 1-Lady MIac haugh/en, 558, Hurstwick, 1*aster. 17-Alfred. .71 , X. Flint, master, emia rants. 29-,'ndrmomche, 477, New. master enigrants Nov. 5-Orient, 596, Wales, master, emigrants. Aug. 18-laj'estlic. (convicts) 350, William'on, master, entered nut'ards the 8th August. 20-Alargaret, (convicts) 364, Canney, master, 20-Lord William Bentinch, .444, Doutty, master. 3T-lHardaster...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. hiedusa, Deloitte & Co., agents, for freight. Pero, Hughes'& Hosking, agents, for freight. Nimrod, for tale.

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(Aldendum to the above Letter.) IMPORTANT DECISIONS THIS WEEK IN THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

(4 Idendum to the 'above Letter.) IMPORTANT DECISIONS THIS WEEK IN I THE SUPREME COURT._ The Editor of this Journal has been prosecuted in different ways, tein times within the lst eighteen months,' by 'the express order of the General. His Excel lency having now got through his' list, it at length became our tarn. Six actions-not informations. We would not follow the example of our foes in prosecuting - our s'anderers in a Court, where the truth of heir charges could not be allowed to be proved by' them against us. No. We I would scorn to shield ourselves behind the I fortification which the remnant of old Star Chamber law has left in our code. namely, a prosecution for having written the truth. Our six actions have' been 1 delayed until a jury of twelve citizens a (allowed ubder the new Act) could be brought into play. We were content with asking for common Juries too; the de fendantq however wished for special,.,and they haI them. 'T'he following is the list of our-six actions, a...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

PROJEC'TED DEPARTURES. Nereus, for South Australia, 1To sail first Florentij, for London, fair wind. Janet Izat.Jor Port Stephens, Currency I #, for'Iay of Islands, 31st inst. II'alim ItGger, for India, the 29th instant Alaitland, fosrlodia, same day Saint Georg foxr Sourabaya and England, same day Curtulla, for Hobart Town, 3rd January. If'illiam, for Launceston, :I-t instant Jess, for Bay of Islands, 31st instant .4Alice, for South Australia and Port Phillip, 11th January flygeia, for London, 11th January Roslyn Castle, for Lnxdon, first week in January. Fair/he, for 'Hobart Txioi, 5th January Abel Gower, for Newcastle, 31st instant. City of Edinbu rgh, for Newcastle, the 31st instant Alairaxa fVatsjr for Hobart Town,4thJanuary Governor loarxke, for fi-hery, 31st instant Alary, for lishery, 31st instant Governor Phillap, forNortolk Island, 31st instant. Despatc/, for London, in all Febiuaty. Lord Eldon, for London, in all Februaxy. Hope, for London, in all February. LAID ON, 'BUT ...

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Failure of Harvest in the United Kingdom. PROSPECT OF ANARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

Failure of Harvest in the United Kingdom: PROSPECT OF AN 1RCHY. Mcn as we admire the Spectator, still its accounts of Birmingham and other vast meetings in the north we have not much regarded, beceause experience bus shewn,. that in the present day. these meetings are mere safety valves, by which excess of. _ politicalf steam among the lower orders, makes its escape. . But when -me see .the ilMorning Chronic e, the specific organ of the present ministry, alarmed at the probable f iltire of the har vest, and warning the people of Englant of the probable consequences, we begin to think these mneetungs-are the d~stant flashes of an approaching to aupest.-ED Svn.Mo r.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

DEPARTURES. Yesterday, the barque Isabella, 323 tons, Thrmp son, master, fur Newcastle, previously to going to Hobart. Last evening, the barque Freak, for the Mauri. title via Swan It iver and King George's Sound. Same time, the brig William, for Launceston.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

FFO TILE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sir,-You will oblige -several lovers of aquatic sports by inserting the following sugeestion.for the eontJeration of the Managers of the approaching Regatta,-That a match be formed for Third Class Boats, which seem hitherto to have been over lookea. There are more than enew small boats in tbg harbour to make this one ef the most popu lar anmd inter etting matches of the day, while it will afford an opportunity of di-playing the sailing qualities of m:manv boats excellent in their way, but unable from their diminnvive atmucture to-comopete with their unoe gigantic relatives of the first and second class. With many thank' for the kind interest you have always dislitayed in favour of this interesting sport, I remain, Sir, Your ob't Servant, AN AMATEUR. [Quere-is there time on the Regatta-Day for thec rivalry of the minnows of the stream ?- ED].

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 December 1838

TO Tag anrTOR or THE - Sydney Monitor and Commwercial Advertiser. SiR,-The two men who attacked the post-boy some time in November, were attacking a team near Bungandore, from Sydney, with loading for the police magis trate. One of them was shot dead; the other was taken by a sick man- lying under the team. An inquest was held on the dead man yesterday, by Captain Faunce. Tlhe constables are out after the comrades of these men. They are shepherds of Mr. Powell's, of Buntandore. This will make 30 committals for capital offences by Capt. Faunce, within a few nonths. - 1 am; &c. Queanbeyan, 20th Dec.

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