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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

WE were not a little astonished on reading.Friday1 Gazette, to ascertain, that notwithstanding Mr. Howe'e.i extrcimie volubility in the c se of Bane's illegal piii~j~ ment, and the part Mr. Marsden took in'tiata-ffr? , that he Mr, Howe, has all along been ignorant of th fact on which the propriety of the decision of the Commission of Inquiryl hinged ! ! TheworthyEditor has impugned that decision in all sorts of ways; and.' then comes out the strange confession, tha the did not know the real facts of the case-(we mean the natu?' of Mr. Marsden's " statement" home)-that is, thatL all this time;, the unhappy apologist has not really? known what he has been raving about ! ! ! This day will sail the Darling Schooner and; Ann Brig, for Two fold Bay, to bring up oil, at which place it is said there has been obtained 200 Tons. The Frederick took in a number of cow. for Batavia. The Benc olen also has taken in bulls and 3 heifers for the saune place.

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Debtor's Ward, Sydney Goal, August 13th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

Debtor's IWard, Sydney Goal, 4-ig7:st 13th1, '1828e To .THE .EDITOI OF THE OIONITONI. Sin, Youv Journal being well knownt to the, Colony as: an independent and 'inpartial .one, inC:.aces me to .ransinit.you the following few lines.8 . .Anorder ex ists in this Prison, that ' no unmarried in an shall bs allowed to receiie a female. visitor. into his Ward. lfI nbt this order Mr. Editor, pi'cposteriums ? Are we to - be tyrani.4ed over at the caprise of a Sheriff? We un-S. married Debtors, have often business t:. tcttkl with and' through the interest of women. lBut illowing it to Le otherwise, the society of a female friend in this place,', is neither immoral nor unchristian in itself. Th#t, zeverse however is unnatur?al, and uen.rn.rmonkish:. intolerance. - adilmit tie ordc" Is only attended to partially. Some females are alrowced to cone and seep their friends in their wriids. - Others are excluded. This is unjust. Two of us wlote to' the _Sheriff res-> pecting the order, and at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

ON SALE. AT ALEX. HUNTER'S, CORNER OF KING AND PITT STREETS. A GREAT VARIETY of the undermen tioned Goods, received by' the Australia, Portland, and Wanstead, which enables him to sell lowvei than any House in Sydney. Double Refined Loaf, SUGARS, Second quiality (White) . (Brown) TEAS Gunpowder, Imperial, TChes, Caddy,. or Hyson, Hyson Skin, single Pound Soucihon, Boheia, sgle Pound Young Hyson. I Sperm, Wax, CANDLES,. Tallow, l Mould. SALT,. Liverpool, { Basket. Pepper, Starch,. COFFEE, Stone Blue, Blacking, RICE,. Capers, Saltpetre, Sauces, PICKLES,. Vinegar, Playing Cards, MUSTARD, Preserves, Razors, Boxes, IMACCARJNI, Lavender Water, Hair Oils, VERMICELLI, Combs, Hair Brushes,. SOAP, Tooth ditto, Windsor Soap, RAISINS; Cloth Brushes, Painter's ditto ALMONDS, Shoe ditto, Scrubbing ditto, P[LASTERERS' Horse ditto, BRUSHES, Dusting ditto Sash ditto. FINE IRISH MESS. PORK, HA KIIINS'S CHEES-F, SUPER FINE CLOT'HS. Blue, Black, KERSEYMEREa, Olive, Drab. BEST S UPERFINE HA4TS FO R 1IEA...

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MR. COBBETT TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, On the remedies which ought now to be applied. Barn-Elm Farm, 27 Feb. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

Mn. COBBIET' TO ;TIIE DUKE or WELLING'TON] On the remedies whic bought naw to be applied. " r: Barn-Elm Farm, 27 Feb. 1828. Mr LoRD DUKe,. IN the two-foregoing Lectures, which all the terrible innovationy on the laws of England have, not as yet, deprived me of the legal right of addressing you, I have not only endeavoured to show, but I have ac tually shown, that the' country is in a state of almost indescriblible' misery and degradation. JI have 'also sh'own, that'the real cause of this great evil is, to be found in Acts originating in the House of Commons, and creating so great a demand for taxes from the people as to deprive them of the mean s of honest exis .tence. It remains for me, in this third and last Lecture, to give you my opinion with regard to .the REMEDIES (which ought to be applied to this mass of national evil. 7 T, - I am aware that thereare some persons, and [think it likely that ypu'niay be of the number, who think, that ye now see the worst; that .things thay pos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

- NOTICE. º ALL. Persons having any demands against I .L the late Firm of John and Henry. Dixo : Owen of this Town, are respectfully.requested forwhrd the same to' theOflice of. his Solici tor, Mr. T. D. Rove,'Castlereaghb -street. t The Advertiser takes' this. public: oppor tunity of requesting those Persons ''ho have been so long in the debt of the 'late -Firm. that they do the needful forthwith, the reci procity of those friends ihas not been n.uttial. consequently.they cannot, and. must n?t el - pekt, the " Quid pro quo." '' " HENRY DIXON OWEN. Huntei's River, Aug. 14, 18s28. NOTICE. T RIFSPASSERS BEWARE. Aberglahslyn Hunters River, fAugu~t 14th 1828., H. D. OWEN,. SELECT INFANT SCHOOL. S EVERAL Individuals, heads of Families, being dehirous of promoting the forma tion of a select Infant School in S~flney, and having at present an opportunity: of ,enga ging the services of" a young Lady, whnjohd ,. the management, of a similar institution in London, beg to request the co-operati...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THEHMOMETER, &c. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

f. DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. ,hRIATIONS OF TIIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN. THu MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 11th Sunday after Trinity High Water 10 m.p. 12 Morn.--36 in. p. 12 i' Afternoon. I I Sun rises 35 m. p. 6 Morn.-Sets 25 m. p. 5. S High Water, 6 min. p. 1 Morn.-33 m. p. 1 Ll : Afternoon. J High Water 2 Morn.-28 iI. p. 2 Afternoon* S st Quarter of the Moon, 51 in. p. midnight. 'i High Water, 58 m: p. 2 Morn.-32 in. p. 3 1 1 Afternoon. V High Water, 5. min. p. 4 Morn.-36 m. p. 4 1 _I.Afternoon. .pl, I High Water, 15' in. p. 5 Morn.-43 mn. p. 5 J iEvening. Si Ij High Water, 12 in. p. 6 Morn.-46 m. p. 6 I Evening., --- -----__ -__ __-___ "-'- IDAY ..,.. 152!63:49 W. Fine. RIIDAY.... ......64 6550 Do. Do. sTULDAY........ 50?63148 Do. Do. SUIYDAY . .... 53 65 b7 Variable. Cloudy. loNDAY ........ 5015848 Do. Fair. TuoDAY .. 49 56 49 Do. *howery. )V V.... ... 50160 52 Do. Fi r.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

To The EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR ON visiting our reading-room on Saturday evening, I enquired for your Journal, when I was informed that Monsieur Rossi had sent for it. Of course I had to go away without seeing it. 'I consider this unfair, and beg through your independent columns to publish this my feeling, that the Managing Committee may, insist upon better regulations.     I am, Sir, your's, A SUBSCRIBER. Monday, Aug. 11. I do not know whether. Monsieur Rossi be a Sub scriber to your valuable Journal. At all events he is a reader of it. iP"s iN = ilN I N ll 1

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quality sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS...: , Average price on quantity sold :- ;: Wheat 15s.-.Maize 1 s. Od.-B1arley 08.-Oiaei Os. Od -Fine Flour, 37s. sterling per 10U: lbs.-Seconds do. 27s. Od-Bread 9d; per 21b, loaf.--fotatoes 17s. cwt per -Fresh Batter .' 6d per lb--Salt do. 2s. 6d.-Common (heesee Is. 3d.-Rankin's do. Is. 9d.-Eggs 33a.0. per doz.-Fowls 3s. per couple.-Ducks d a. Geese, 89. per couple.--Turkiies 10s. per d&'.= Onions 3u. per lb.-Mutton 6d.--Pork 7.' -Salt Pork by the Joint 9, -Beef"'l3 lb by the quarter, 3d ; per Joint, 5d.--Y-L 8d --Oranges, Is. per doz.--Hay £.20?p? ton-- Straw 40s. per load. MERCHANDIZ --STERLING PRICES. ' Hyvon tea, per half chest of 329 lbs. ;7 OsOd. 'Open green £3 10s--Sugar by the cwt. 33s. 6d.-Brazil tobacco by the basket 2s. 6dn . s lb, 1 Negrohead per cask 3s. per lb.-Soap by the cwt. 6d. per lb.-Foreign prcof run by he5 gallons 12s. 6d per gallon.-tiin 16s.-Branf dy 18s. 6d. Colonial made spirits 10s.-Cp5' wine 5s. Od. per Gallon: Red 3s. Gd.' country...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 16, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

S&TURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 16, 1828. TwN lRditor of the Sydney Gazette is a mrn . R h1ot temperament; 'he both hates and loves ith all his heart and with all his soul, This is adiepsition, which however it may be adniired by sUoe fora certain sort of blunt rough frantk rsis whiclii stems to attach to. it, is almost FrtataL of " ibtrodlucing its possessor to many inconveniences, and of planting his pillow with not a few thorns. As to Mr. Howe's intentions, a knowledge of him since he was a youth causes us to have a large measure of faith in their in tegrity; but Mvhea good intentions are coupled with obstinacy or untowardness, theyare nearly as de structive as bad ones. WrITH regard to the mysterious mode of wri ting adopted lately by the misdirected feelings of the Editor in question, the review of Mr. Mars den's pamphlet, and the hearty vindication of and apologies to that gentleman, furnish a cue to his ultimate object of attack. Being a 'native of Australia, he prefers th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

FRIEGi ARRIVALS. LOTS OF GOOD , AND MUST BE SOLD. "W YATT has just opened a fashionable as o sortuient of Ribbons ;-consisting of Satin and.sarsnet cap ribbons, from 2d. Rich;ellbroidered and figured gauze, do. do. Is. 8, Plain andifiluredsatin alld sarsnet bonnet do. Is. Rich brocade ditto, 24 to 5 inches wide, from ,Is. Gd. Black and magpye binding, 6s. to 7s. 6d. per piece Ditto 4d. ditto 6(i. double ribbon, 10s. 6d. per do. Ladies' full-trianned Leghorn hats and bonnets Children's ditto and Lyonese plait ditto Rich cushion thread-lace, from Is. 6d. Urlinfgs and bobbi'n net ditto, Is. Quilling ditto, ditto 11 to 3 inches, 6d. to 9d. Black and white hobbing net veils, 20s. Kirh ditto scarfs; f'ro; 41. to 81. 6.4th cambric jacontc, hook hair cord, and tam boured mutihn, from 2s 3d.per yard. English-prints and shirting, from 7d. per yard,. per piece Navy blue ditto, 10;d. 'Town printed cambric, fast colours, Is. 3d. EJI.wide town printed muslins, chintz patterns, 2s. 6d. Fine shirti...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGEN CE. The Criminal sittings commence the 18th Instant, and continue to the 31st. They will then be adjourned to the 15th proximo. The Civil Court opens the 1st. proximo. Both courts after the 15th September, will sit at the same time. IT is rumoured that the Major of Brigade ( Captain Sturt), has received orders to ho!d himself in ieadi ness to proceed to England by the first ship. The wheat on the high lands between Sydney and the Cowpasture River, begin to look rather blasted with drought and frost. Tlhse on the Hawkesbury by no means look well. Unless rain falls again speedily, there cannot be more than half a crop at best next harvest. The wheats on the Coast and on Hunter's River flats look rather better. One of our Contemporaries, how ever (The 3qustralian) differs from us, for in his Journal of Friday the 8th instant, he says, " there is every appearance of an early and an abundant harvc t !" The trade of Sydney is at the lowest ebb,' and pecuniary embarrass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

TO COVER THIS SEASON, 42T GLENDON, HUNTER'S RIVER. For each Mare, 101 St. Groom's Fee included. .. 'HE BAY HORSE STosS y 15 bands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; wW AS got "by Bourbon, dam Tramp's dam) by Golianna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c. Fide Stud Book, Vol. 3. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipitate, her dam by Higiflyer, out of Tiffany, by .Echpse, &c &c.--ide Stud Book, page 289, Vol. 2. Gohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, her dam Maiden by Matecem, &c. &c.--Pidc Stud Book, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORM 4NCES in 1827. Newmarket 1st Spring Meeting, Monday, dpril 30th, 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. Lord Southampton's b, c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. 10 lbs. - - - 1 Mr. Wyndham's bi. e. Black Swan, 8 at. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Dariington's Abion,.9st. 51b.; Mr. Howe's Skill, 9st.; Mr. Payne's br. c. the General, 8st. 21b:; Duke of Rich...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

TO ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR..: iFefeelit aduty weowe toourselves, i :regarid to the mercantile part of your labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, ndholders, M1erchants, Settlers, ound-keepers, Mechanics, and other dvertisers. in the public Jouirnals this Colony, the superior advan t es of their advertisiung in a weekly per, over their advertising exclu ily, in Journals, one of which ulishes three times a week, and the other twize. SFor the same price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser for uablishing his Advertisement three times in one week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end of three peeks. 'Thus,. if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (if he like) choose the Gazette-or the Australian jbr one of the two. But where is the use of his lajing out his money ?in both these Journals, whose rapidity of publica tion brings his haIf glfinea to comr? letioninasingle wee...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

Arriva---This Morning, the Lord Lii and Governor Arthur from the Coal River; t4 Lamnbton from Port Stevens.. Dapartures-On Wednesday, the Gover,;: Macquarie for the Coal River;. on Thursday, H..j' M. S. Ruinbojw on a cruise, the Frederick and', Portland for Batavia,. the Guide for ,~Timor and, the Isle of France, the Fleming'o for Port'DaldlJ ryimple, and Governor Phillips for MelvilleIsland. > Projected Departures--The Australia and Bo2w" dino for the Isle of France, and tthe Nu'4a andi Bencoolen for Batavia ,;i the 30th; the Dtnmaýi Bill for the Cape of Good Hope on the 5tbO., September; the Boddinghotons for England on t??h 1st of September ; the Brig Promise for Ebnkl via Hobart Tlown, in.a few days. The Borodino is taking in coals, bricks, app. iron bark shingles. The Australia, bricks. A Ship is signalised from the North, suppoi to be the Lucy Anne. Also a Schooner. ~CCr- u-s 1~l:

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Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, by George Thompson, Esq. many years a resident at the Cape. LETTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, by George Thompson, Esq. many years a resident at the Cape. _ LETTER I. Let us follow a little farther the career of one of these young colonists, who has learned no trade but farming, and whose portion is sufficient   either to purchase or stock a farm in any of the older districts. His usual course, we have ob- served, is to migrate to the frontier. A very li- mited capital will enable a man to begin the world as a vee boor. He purchases, say Rix Dol. £. s. An old waggon for about - 350 or 26 5 A spann of ten oxen - 150 11 5 A horse and two mares - - 200 15 9 Fifty cows and young cattle - 500 37 10 Five hundred sheep and goats - 1000 75 0 Rix Dollars 2200 stg. 165 0 The above, with a large gun, an axe, adze, and hammer, a couple of waggon-chests, a churn, a large iron pot for boiling soap, and one or two smaller ones for cooking, are all that is absolutely requisite to establish a stock-former in South Africa. With this prope...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 August 1828

EN GLISHW MISCELLANIES. LowU CAwooR.-The exaltation of this no-' bleitiahto the Earldom of Emlyn will recall to ma.iny of our readers one of the most curious ,ccurrences in the whole of the late war, and at the same time an event equally creditable to the humanity, and.honourable to the courage, of the inhabitants of Wales. We allude to the land ing of several hundred of the French army, under the commanid of General Tate, at Fish guard, in Pembrokeshire, in 1797. The father of the presbet Earl, then Mr. Price Campbell, having put himself at the head of a small party of the PLnbrokelhire Yocmanry Cavalry, and the other gentlemen of the county having gathered what local forces were at hand, offered battle to the invaders on the Goodwich Sands, near Fishguar"g The French, not relishing the ap pearance of the Ancient Britons, sent offers of surrender, -and. the whole, to the amount of 1,400 tmen, were made, prisoners of war. Mr. Campbell was created Lord Cawdbr, for his con duct on ;hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

F]RESH 'AR1RIVALS. SOTS OF GOOD4, AND IUS'r BI SOLD. .WYATT has just opened a fashionable as J, ,tortment of Ribbons ;-consistinmg of Satin and sarsnet cap ribbons, from 2d. Richjemlbroide-:. d and'figured gauze, do. do. Is. 8. Plain andffigured satin and sarsnet bonnet do. Is. Rich brocade ditto, 2? to 5 inches wide, from Is. 6d. Black and magpye binding, GOs. to 7s. 6d. per piece Ditto 4d. ditto 6d. double ribbon, 10s. 6d. per do. Ladies' full-trimmecd Leghorn hats and bonnets Children's ditto and Lyonese plait ditto Rich cushion thread-lace, from is. 6d. Jrlings and bobbin net ditto, Is. Quilliug ditto, ditto 1i to 3 inches, 6d. to 9d. Black and white bobbing net veils, 20s. Rirh ditto scarfs; from 41. to 81. 6.4th cambric jaconet, book hair cord, and tam boured muslin, from 2s 3d. per yard. English prints and shirting, from 7d. per yard, per piece Navy blue ditto, 10-1d. Town printed cambice, fast colours, Is. 3d. Ell.wide town printed muslins, chintz patterns, 2s. 6d. Sine shir...

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Debtor's Ward, Sydney Goal, August 13th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

Debtor's Ward, Sydney Goal, August 13thi, 1828. To THE EDITOR OF TlHE 'MONITOR. SSIR, .... . . bYouR Journalbeing well known to the Colony at an inde'pendertt and inpaitial 'one,; induces me to tlransmit you the following few lines. An, order ex ists in this Prison, that no unmarried man shall be allowed to receive a female visitor into his.ward. Ie not this order Mr.. Editor, preposterous ? , Are wp to be tyranised over at the caprise of a Sheriff? We uu--r married Debtors, have often business to settle with and through the interest of women. But allowing it to Le otherwise, the society of a female friend id this place, is neither immoral. nor unchristian in itself. The' reverse however is minatural, .and .ibere. monkish. intolerance.' I admit the order is only attended to6 partially., Some femfales are allowed to some and see their friends: in their wards. :Others are, excluded., This is unjust. Two of 'us wrote to the Sheriff res. pecting the order, and at the 'same time mentioni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

ON SALE. AT ALZX. HUNTER'S, CORNER OF KING AND PITT STREETS. A GREAT VARIETY of the undermen A' R Vtioned Goods, received by the Australia, 'Portland, and.Wanstead, which enables him to sell lower than any House in- Sydney. Double Refined Loaf, SUGARS Second quality (White) , (Brown) TEAS, Gunpowder, Imperial, By Chest, Caddy, or Sou on, yson kin, single Pound Yopg. Hyson. Sperm, Wax, CANDLES,. Tallow, SMould. SA ierpool, SAiT, { Basket. Pepper, StarBch,. COFFEE;, Stone Blue, Blicklhg, RICE, Capeft, Saltpetre,. Saucesi PICKLES, Vinegar, Playr?g Cards,. MUSTARD, ' Pr~sirves, Riiaors, Boxes, MACCARONI, Lazi?der Water, Hair Oils, VERMICELLI,. Comibs, Hair, Brushes, SOAP,. Tooth' ditto, Windsor Soap,. RAISINS, Cloth Brushes, Painter's ditto ALMONDS, Shoe" ditto, Scrubbing ditto, PLASTERERS' Horse ditto, BRUSHES, Dusting ditto Sash ditto. FINE IRISH MESS PORK, IHAWIKINS'S CHEESE, SUPERFINE CLOTHS. "r Blue,.lack, KERSEYMERES, Olive,, Drab., BEST S UPERFINE H.4TS FOR iEN AND BOYS; CHILDREN...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

To T:nB E0DTQ0L OF TUE MOITOR. SIR .. ON visiting our reading-room on Saturday evening,*, I enquired for .your Journal, wvhen I was informned that Monsieur Rossi bad sent fir it. O'f coisrse I haid to go away without seeing'it. ' e'Cnsidcr. this unfair,t' and beg through your indepen it coluwnis to piblilP" this my feeling, that .the M?1'aging 'Cbrnmittee may, insist upon better regulationst' . 'I amb," Sir, your's, . .. A SUBSCRIBEI. Monday, Aug. 11. - I do not:know whether Monsieur Rossi be a Sub-. f'Ac*iber to your valuable Jouirnal. At all events' he i ' a reader of it. .. .. . .. l:-! .:~c . ,.r;·

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