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PORT MACQUARIE AND CAPTAIN CROTTY 39th. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

PORT MACQUARIE AND CAPTAIN CROTTY 39th.   Continued. Mr. Gilbert Smith was not the only officer   at Port Macquarie, who on the accusations of his secret calumniators, and without a hearing on his part, was dismissed and publicly disgraced. The following notice was one day found recorded in the public Order-book at Port Macquarie, which was the only notice Captain Bell ever had of his disnmissal. (' Extract from the Colonial Secretary's letter, to Captain Aubin.) No. 28, dated the 16th of Oct. 1828. "Orders have been given to the Deputy Com " missary General, (Laidley) to dismiss Mr. Bell " also, the assistant Store keeper, for his highly " insubordinate and improper conduct, towards " a former Commandant" (Capt. Crotty.) "It "is hoped, that these examples will prevent a " recurrence of similar instances." Before we analyse this charge against Mr. Bell, we will just state, that his family in Scotland is well known to many persons in Sydney, to be most respe...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

THrn 1 ONITOU. 'ýUESDAY, EBVAT1ARY 17, :829, t4i~iU 11owauk a few questions, as naturally re ?"ý'h"rot the v'luminous :facts and st'atemeats mad oa th eIort Macquarie and Newcastle affairs, as related sn the foregoing pages of this paper." And 1st. did tHe two several Comitasions of Enquiry which at ded at. inweastle, learn all the facts we havre related hove I' If they. did not,. where were. teir tect, d |. deligensc ? If they did,waathe informatian they gained Al laid before the General .-, If not,,'where was their iaelity us Cotimissoners ? If it were, are Messrs. lRobht'tion atkd Wright, the most suitable persons on Iutauer's River, to, be in the Commission of ,-the: 4e t'aIt Pis Exicellency will be able to, ar~swer * questions in a way satisfactory to all men. A. - impign not 'His Excelleacy's. motives. They doubtles,: pure. But we .again deplore His eacy's ideais of public rectitude and of British aintuCotvticTq.at Newcutý e were about 250 in num r atthlpekeoa'in quest on., Th...

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NEWCASTLE. Samuel Wright Esq., Police Magistrate, (late Capt. in the Buffs) AND Mr. D. F. Mackie, late Superintendent of Convicts &C., at same place. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

Samuel Wright Esq., Police Magistrate, (late   Capt, in the Buffs.) AND   Mr. D. F. Mackie, late Superintendent of Con- victs &c., at same place. We have had letters anonymously signed, lying past us for a long time, which we hesitated to publish until the statements contained in them were confirmed by respectable testimony. These letters we received   from Convicts stationed at Norfolk Island, Bathurst, Port Moreton, Port Macquaric, and Newcastle. In our last number we published part of our information respecting Port Macquarie, and this day we shall con- clude that subject. We shall now lay before the   public certain proceedings which took place at New- castle, Hunter's River; about which there was much noise when the Commissioners of Enquiry took their two or three several voyages thither about a year ago. And in our next, or at a very early period, we shall present our English readers and H. M. Ma- jesty's Secretary of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

Our Advertising Friends are re Stiested to do us the favour of send -ng us their Monday A'dvertisements ?as soon after 9- o'clock as possible;. thwise o Ipubishing, il be so. Si . f'e lng as to give gene disisatisfaiction. S NOrTICS fo CORRESPOVNDENTS., r. Tarlintoý6's paper has been always regularly sent thiiropgh the post office at Sydney, post paid. That i it should never have reached him, does not however. surprise us. The Parramatta post-office is notorious 4 for not deliivering the contents of its bags from Syd ' ney, whether letters or newspapers. We shall send it t 't?,tbe gentleaman he mentions, by the coach, as we are compelled to dq fifty' others, by which we save : :tli postage, and the partier then get their letters and SpaIpers regularly. The new post was justly termed, " isham poet." We are afraid however, no im ,::,provement will be smide during. the .present ad misistration. i COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 'C!ommisarirt Offce, Sydney, 12th February, 1829:... 149 FOJLLWtI...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Port Macquarie. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

Port Macquarie. TO THE EDITOR or THW nouNITOR. The willingness you have on so manyv occasions evinced, to give publicity to the. wvroigs of the injured, and proclaim to tire Colony at large, the misconduct of mei is otihec, iwl duces me to send for insertion in your valu able Paper, a short Journal that will purt your readers in possession of the " Very body of the times " Its form and pressure," in this of late misgoverned devoted Settlerent but as it is my wish to let facts speak for them selves, I shall begin without prcface. In January la.t, Mir. Scott, then Superinten dent of the Plantation E.tallishmlnt, tas re mnored to Hlead Quarters by His Excellen'c the Govtrnor. 11e at that time possessed a qua'lity of pigs, and having no means of conveirrig tihan to the Settlement, was reduced to the al tertntive of selling them to Dr. Mlc'lniryre at 2d per pound alive, or leaving them Iehintld, and consequently losing them for ever; it is scarcely necessary to add, he preferred the form...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

Shipping Intelligence     Arrivals - On Monday, the Harriet from London. August 20th; Hobart Town 2nd Inst.; general cargo   and seven passengers. On Thursday, the City of Edinborough from. Moreton Bay; cargo, pine spares on Government account. Passengers, a detachment of the 39th and 57th Regt. Same day, the Colombia from New Zealand January 30th; cargo, sparks, ??? &c. Departures-Currency Lass for Newcastle the 9th.   Hunter for New Zealand; Fairy for Newcastle the 13th ; Caroline for New Zealand, and Hebe for Hobart Town this morning. Projected Departures - Lambton for Port Stephens the 19th instant; Diadem for the Isle of France, and Vittoria for Batavia the 19th instant; Lady Blackwood for London the 22nd instant.

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

SYDNEY MARKE'' AVERAGE PRICES OF TIlE LAST MARKI WVheat~prbsh. 0 9 0 Ducks ...... 0 atizf, do...., 0 !1 0 Fowls, per pair, 0 6 '-arley,.do.... 0 4 6 Geese, do.... 0 8 ; Potatoes cwt:. L 0 6 Turkies do. .. 0.16,4 Putter, per lb. 0 1 6.l Hay, per too.. 20 ' I-ggis, ~er doz. 0 2 0 Straw, per load 2OM'?, PRICES, OF FLOURI.--Per 100 lbs. Dealers. , ine. 1 tv Di xov............... 23. j 20. Cooper .. ........... 23~ .: Barker .............. ' 2. - 20 aine. .............. 23 Darling M ill ....: ..... 23 . , 1b.. .1 t S." n'e. 61 GCvrgoe Street Sy5dne?#,y Ne. Sro&t Lp'l?'FD, PRIN.IED, AND P?iLt??lf*DoV 1T THE PK R)PRIU TI? EDWA"OhP SMJTtX HALL . r

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

To THE EDITOR, oF TEE MONITOA Through the medium of your tru!y independiea, j ournal, many abuses have been rectified ; andat I waU a witness to one which occurred only on Isat'Tuesday week, I trust, that by your giving it publicity, atecr. rence of the same may .ever again take plate. On the day mentioned, in passing a house where aCoro. ners' Inquest was about to be convened, I observed a constable named (I think) Fitzpatrick, a man of di minutive size, but nevertheless of very oflicious habit, (according to report), accost a person, whose name I, afterwards learned to be Scott, desiring him immedi.i atcly to walk in and act as a Juror. The man urged;, i that he was, at that moment, upon business of parli cular import to himsef ; and that having been served with no Coroner's warrant, or other previous notice, he did not feel himself called upon to obey so imperi. ous an injunction, particularly when delivered in such an uncourteous manner. Fitzpatrick, without any further ceremony...

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Sydney, February 17, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

Sydney, Fe&ruary 17, 1829. To THE EDITOR or THE SYDNEY MonITOR. SI n, Your second leading article of the 2nd instant attracted my attention., I agree pet fectally with your prnnciples, and generully with your application of them, but not in all points ihat I should agree with you in all, would cause you to suspect me deficient either in candour, or knowledge of the subject. On the subject ot political economy, none are so candid as really sound .economists themselves; because their experience has taught them, that the principles or general rules of the science, not jmmediatel fundamental, are varying as the climate, soil, laws, morals, customs, and habits of a people va.y. If a nation change in all, or in any one of these, one or more of the second and third setI of principles of the science, are destroyed or rendered superfluous. The science of politi cal economy is not bottomed, like mathematics, on certain unchangeable rules, eternally true and demonstrable; bat on divini...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

abPippming ntutligCt rt. Arrivals.---On Thursday the CurFnry L.aSs teiaj Newcastle with coals. On Friday the Qovernor Ar, tht' from Newcastle with coals. On Saturday the Emma Kemp from Newcastle with coals. Yestrday the Jupiter from London 22, Atgust, and Rio de Janeiro 24 November ; general cargo, Same day -_ the W'lliam Mumnnington froma London the 14th, September, and Hohart Town the 14th irnstiURpt general cargo. T'his day the Mary Anne from BasO3 Straits with seal skins. l)partures--The Lord Liverpool, the Lambton, ar1 Governor Arthur for Newcastle, the llebe for thba Isle of France, and Caroline for New Zealand, P lzanday last. . -I ..,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

j"NIYRED IDOLLARS ~I FREAS, about two o'clock on the Sorning of Friday the 23rd instant, eBm"u or persons did wilfully and ma oUn.eiy set on fire a SIlED, containinfg all n htlie!Ol t O consisting of wheat, barly, oats, reU ly-a large. quantity of hay, all of which .rye,on almed . with my Barn, also contain el? wereto a cart, and implements. oIV g w bhe eby offer the above REWARD e rson that will bring those to justice i toY. perl acted so crgelly towards I man on o.as -been striving to overcome his ditfi Sby [ unceasing industry;. but who •e :c: ultibs labours on the above-mentioud eldl is. a by perlidicus wretches. tlas . 3 . B. L. e ARRIETA. kl'.orelof Park, ipastures Jan. 30, 1829. r .'IRK being about to leave the Co Saony, iforms the public that he has for l choice collection of Brood Mares, &c. 4~lA. en excellent gig mnare, Blackwell j, 5 years old, 16 hands high, formerly da mare to the Rev. F. Wilkinson; stato draw a chaise 8 miles within the 41l{ swe and is in 'foal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

t&s e srYD EY MONITOR JOUra4L, FOR SALE. 'IIHlEREAS, in June 1827, the Propri etor and Editor of The ,gyney Monitor .:Journal, rented for life of the Church War 'dens of the King's Church of St. James, a _ tertain pew, at the yearly rent of Three Pounds per annum ; and whereas, the Vene sable Archdeacon Scott, did in July last, dispossess the said Proprietor and. Editor and his Family of the said Pew, by force, to wit, by His Majesty's Constables ; notwith standing that the law says, '" the Defendant :shall not be ousted of his possession till the .title be found or adjudged' for the King ;" (Bacon, vol. 5. p. 567'); and whereas the said .Proprietor and Editor made certain com ments ; as he conceived, and still conceives, comments fair and reasonable, as became 'afree Press, on the public conduct of the said Venerable'Archdeacen Scott in general, and on his cdnduct'in regard to the said pew, in particular; and whereas, at the instance of the said Archdeacon, the said Proprie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

We beg: to inform our, Sibascrhners both ? touwn aind country, they must consider the delivery oft heir Vewrs papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regard; our friends up the country, and to our news-carrier as regards our friends in Toown, a tvalid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if put into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receice their papers regularly,, are requested to complain to us by letter; (postpaid) and, as faras we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the delivery of o:r Journal in a more effectual man ner than thus set forth. This is the condition an which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any settlement on account of the Proplietor of this Journal, without demanding a PaNTRE receipt. signed by him in his own proper hand writings Money paid or. his accouaut without such receipt, will not be given'credst far,...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

DIARY. MEMORANQVM FOR THE ENSlING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN A'r 7 IN THI MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVRNING RESPECTIVELY. I High Water 56 im. p. 11 Morn. . yI St. Matthias. Duke of Cambridge born. ~ un rises 34 m. p. 5.---Sets 26 mi. p. 6. * , High Water, 29 min. p. 12 Morn.-46 mi. p. 2 .I~I ? Aft. High Water, 15 m. p. 1 Morn.,-55 mi. p. 2 Aft. Last Quarter of Moon, 25 mr. p. 6 Morn. a High Water, 30 min. p. . Morn.-5 m. p. 3 IY I Aft. 0 ihigh Water, 33 min. p. 3 Morn.-5 in. p 4 66 Aft. I Quinquagesima Sunday. -, High Water, 36 m. p. 4 Mora.--8 in. p. & Aft. High Water 40 m. p. 5 Morn.--14 in. p.. , I ~ Aft. SATURDAY........ 62 84 72 N. E. Fair SUNDAY ........ 6584 70 Do. Do. MONDAY .......... 638269 Do. Do. TUESDAY. ......... 6586 69Do. 1Do. WEDNESDAY ...... 7088i78 1). Do. THURDAY...... 768678Do. Do. FRIDAYr .......... 7619b 7S. E. Do.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

MARRIED.—On Saturday, by Special License, at the Church of St. James', MR. WILLIAM PITT     WILSHIRE, eldest son of James Wilshire, Esq., to Miss CATHERINE MARIA, eldest daughter of James Robertson, Esq., both of George Street, Sydney.  

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(Continued from page 1491, No 187.) STATE TRIAL, VOL XXVIII. (Being Vol. VII of the continuation) 42—44 George III—A. D. 1802—1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

(Continued from page 1491, No 187.) STATE 'I RIAL, VOL. XXVIII. (.)eing Vol. vii of the continuationl 42-44 George II1-A.. D. 1802--1803. : 648. Proceedings on the trial of an indictm*'n against Joseph Wall, Esq. s.'tetime Governor. of Gorce in dfrica, for the murder of Benjamin dAm, strong; tried before the Court holden under a spedal. Commisson at the Sessions House in the Old Baily, on the 20th day of January: 42 GEOROB lil,.i A. D. 1802. (Continuation of Baron Macdonald's Summing-up.) Mary Faulkner, wife of John Faulkner, whoil a pensioner in the artillery, says, she was with her hus band at Goree in the year 1782; that she remembirs the prisoner leaving the island perfectly well, and re members what passed the day before he left theisland` she was at the governor's house in the morning a little after one o'clock. She saw most who were then off duty come to the governor'shouse, fifty or sixty headed by Armstrong, Patterson, Upton, and two drummers. They came in a very irregular ...

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Sydney, February 13, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

Sydney, February 13, 1829. To TUs EDITOR o r Tas MoNITOR. In the leading article of the Sydney Gazette SThbursday last. you will observe how the purity O. Government is extolled, respecting the ticket of-leave systems but especially in refusing to exact fees in granting tickets t6 individuals. The Edi tor oF that paper is either ignorant how the Go. Vernmient act in this matter, or he has wilfully published a falsehood. I can assure you, from an indisputable source, that 2e. sd. sterling is extorted from all unfortu iate individuals receiving a ticket-of-leave; some t': whom are put to the most miserable shifts to sk4te up that (to them) exorbitant snm. Does Mr. I'Leay receive 2s. id. of this fee ? and does lte remaining two-pence go to one of the Clerks *i his office ? 'The averege of tickets granted utreughout the year may be estimated at one thousand, .making a pretty little perquisits of £196 for our ARuthorihts. 'te Government is particularly careful that no poe shall receive a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

DGME STIC INTELLIGENCE. Taktkg .sour usual bathe last week, we found Letieaih'Ti the head of Farm Cove (a beautiful .vpot, bucked by a rich lawn, and sheltered on 1 ed sides by treesrand-rocks, as well from the sun 'athe wintl), occupied by the innocent harmless t-rihe of King Bungareeo. The royal family, with :-their. venerable Sire, were enjoying the heat of a ...rery. frugal fire, in naked majesty. A more in. -offensive .people exist not in the world. We ''went a little fnrthqr, and after performing our accustomed ablutioho,'~rw returned, and passed Cdoas to the sable chief and his simple com '.panions, men, women, and-children* A man with 'his back tous was thatmoment enatchingup thefuel from their fire and throwing, it. into the water. 'he feeble exclamation of a female who tat by ore. of. the fires, convinced us this fellow was an ?nppreisor. We began to suspect be was not a black. At length he turned to us, in snatching *·sa third or fourth piece of wood; which ocea-. stioned...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

" A driver of scart was brought before the Masgi bate, on Tuesday, on the complaint of Captain Rossi, ' lb' inproperly drivtng 1his cart, on the Parramatta S?dis. Captain -Rossi stated to the then sitting i?M'gitrate, John Stephen, Jun. Esq. that, on the piecediqg evening, between 3. an4 4 o'clock in the ~tiernoon, he was walking on'the Parradiatta-roa., SIn company with the Venerable the Arcideacdn,' when he met a cart coming tofiards him, apparently without any driver, and that on looking about, he saw the de fendint fiveor Adx yards in the rear of the cart; ard on the opposite side of the road. Upon being spoken to by the c6mplainant, he replied that it was " all right," as his horse was quiet, and refused to give his name when it 'was required of him. Captain Rosli "also stated, that, is was not his wish to have-the-defendant punished severely ; he had brought him 'before the Bench through a sense of public duty, as numerous accidents hal occurred from the carelessness of dri" v...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 23, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 February 1829

THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 23, 1828. Tur luxuriant eulogist (in, te Sydney Gazette of the 14th instant) of olive groves, must not be allowed to indulge in his predilections for ro. mnancing, and thereby become the means of tempt ing honest Englishmen and Irishmen from their native comforts, in hopes of getting olives to their wine every day after dinner in New South Wales, without receiving that wholesome check from us, which is suggested by sober sense and common experience. THAT olives are a most delightful fruit, and enough to tempt emigrants to that place where they can be had for the gathering, we abundantly admit. But that we ever saw an olive the growth of the Colony of New South Wales, (although forty years old, and ourselves 17 years residents,) much less tasted one, we do most religiously as severate. Let us however analyse our Reverend friend's rhapsodies in favour of wine and olives, or of olives without ,wine, (we fear either alter. native will never be the...

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