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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

..~ Adviertisinlg Fricndi arc r: IpeWd to' do us ten favour of send jiu~u. ethetir MondayAtIvertiscmeLký. $ije- u '-pub1irahing 'wai be SKY 14~t in u h evenling as to ciue, i t , #si.4irraY:tS ZddA'UCs2 910 u, are 1'.ir i Js A2 V Pj,'r4 fýt gseWFSe'? ~r!~aid we e5?is-sa dram Men-,.~ :fir c" 1 N 7T NOTICL. J11I V4Petl niy the- Go=vernor has bern plies: p~%tsint Andrew Gibson,. . oiWtei to bc' a `Magiatrat. of the `3 er~; I` 13f"'is xe £zcilay s 'Comm3and1, : DEXANDE1 M'LEtK. ` '`I", 4YLAUCAN 1'' LICENSES. >ý`..o1-WEi4 hereby~given, t,.hat. all aptl 2~ 2.111ý" 2i.aoa for ,Licences fir Fuh "u~ att, .,awes, ýjnui be 'transmaitted to to Office cf. ky i ncipali Superintendent -of''Pofce, prei-, 'eie befure '4'oC~hck F. M. Ion c . pi ;Cteet !U4h. c6y of 1ktriarry inatzeni. E ~~r~e.' of the' lpnch of 'Magistratem-, ~*~; ~ ~ Principal, Clerk .of?¶$ -WTHEaBAS, 'on, Saturday night the! 'T z st instant, or early. yesterday morainea, some evil disposed person or per ,aozs, feloniously forced ...

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DISBANDING OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES VETERANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

DISBANDING OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES VETERANS. A score or more of these old pensioned soldiers cacne to town last week to receive their disharge and their land. One of them informed us, that wa py of these did not intend to look after the land, but to go home. We enquired how it was they did not in that case decline the farm and go home psassge free, according to the instructions from ilonie ? He replied, that the serjeants sad others had told them, that if they did not procure their discharge by means of professing to torn Settlers, they would be kept in the service and made to do garrison duty in the Colony as lons as they lived; and as they were all weary of the Cology, quite dbiappointed in it, and anxiou to get home, such of them as could scrape enough together to go hone a: their own cost, would take their land and discharge, and then return home, and lay their case before the Commander-in-chief at the Horse Guards. We cannot suppose for a moment, that the ser. jeants- in questio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

SALE BY IION. BYI4R. S. LYONS :1 .genuine Household Furniture *prising Elegant ,Dinner TAblet, Wardrobes, -.zqed Rose Wood Bedsteads, Chests of Drav$r .Dressing and Breakfast Tables, Gtai,-: Leartheeware, Wines, &rc, &r. BY MR. BODENHAM. 'pon the:Premises, lite in the odcupation %f Mr. John Payne, next the Custom House, asTuesday tzýe 24th Instant, aX] JlClock ` `iecidely, ... "iB'ODENHAM respectfully announ ces to-his friends and the Public, that he ha, received InstrDctions to Sell upon the P#re noses, late in the occupation oftMr. John Yifie, adjoining the Custom Houpe, a r aluable Assortment of Genuine House hold Furniture, comprising elegant .dining tables, wardrobes, carved rose-wood bedsteads, breakfast and dressing tables,chests of draw ers, pier and other glasses, earthenware,glass,' wine, eight-day and, other clocks, &c. &c. the whole of which will be disposed of without reserve. _ .Purchasers above £20 approved Bils. at 3 'Months \till be t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 February 1829

MARRIED.-On Saturday, by Special License, at the   the Church of St. James', MR. WILLIAM PITT WILT- SHIRE, eldest son of James Wiltshire, Esq. to MISS    CATHERINE MARIA, eldest daughter of James Rob- ertson, Esq., both of George Street, Sydney.  

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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 — 2 March 1829

DIAR'Y. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARI ?lONS' OP THIEHMOMETER, &C. ,AC. TAKEN AT 7. IN THI MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 T'e T,1F PV'RNINO RESPECTIVELY. a t, atr, " mI ,,..p. 6 morn.-20 m. p. 7 E er Shrove Tuesday. Sun rises, 41 min. p. 5, sets, 19 m. p. 6. . I High Water, 41 mn. p. 7 morn-8 at night. 'I Ash Wednesday. - E'. Highih Water, 15 m. p. 8 Morn. ] New Moon, 41 m. p. 10 Morn. j ,o High Water, 30 m-'p.,8 Morn.--45 m. p. 8 ", [ IHigh Water, 15min. p. 9 MOru,-37 im. ,p S First Sundayis Lents' u3 I High Water, 10 in the Morn.-20 m.p. p10 Nt. , Sz I High, Water, 35 m. p.10 Morn.--41 m.p. 10 SATURDAY........ 172184173 N. E. aiFr SUNDAv ........ 7486l75iDo. Do. MONDAY ........ 72 8376'Do. Do. TUESDAY ........ O 84!73D)o. Do. WEDNESDAY..... '7 86 74hD9. Do. THuasDAY ...... 69 84 72D0, Clouty, FRIDAY ......... 69 83 79~ 0. Do.

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(COPY.) Illawarra, Jan. 19, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

S Ih?'? llawarra, Jan. 19, 1829. We the undersigned inhabitants of Illawarra, feehng ourselves under v.er".great.obligations for the ~pee:ly and effective aid you sent vps, of con stables and soldiers, upon our lute application to you tor help, in the'various and frequent attacks upon our hobbuses, provisions, cattle, horses, and property of 'every description, by gangs of armed depredators, and at times when we considered our lives in danger, many of the settlers having been plundered two or three times, being left ia a complete state of distress and nakedness, res peetfully beg you to accept our urifeitfned thanks for the said assistunce, which we shall alt ways nmost gratefully hold in view. We -trust 'the bravery of the two Geraghty's, in defending their persons and property, and ex pelling the late 'attack upon themt by seven of the said arnmel banditti, and the after-conduct of. your -POliCO, Irave now Deen tahe means of reo storing peace to this district, and dispersing the s...

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SYDNEY MARKET. AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

SYDNEY MAILKETE~I AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF TiHE LAST' MARKET., .. d. d..d. *d Wheatper bsh. 0 S6. 0, Ducks ...... .0 5 6 Maize, do,..... 0 11 0 .Fowls, ptr pair 0 +4*.; sfi; Barley, do....' 0 4 6. Geese, do..... 0, Potatoes cwt.. 1 6 0 Turkies, do. .. O 16 Butter, per'lb. 0 2. 0 Hay, per ton., 20, : - Eggs, per doz. 0 2 0 I Straw, per load 2 0 ? STERLING PRIGCES OF FLOUR.-Peg 1001b?u. " j.er-.. .. Fine.. I :l Secfindr. Dixon...:............. . "23s. 20 Cooper ..... ...'.'. "23 : 20 Barker ........'....* " 23 ~i 20: Raine................. 23 ' 21 Darling Mills......... 23 ] 20 " Ni, 81 George Simreet Syd"ney Ne "ouh "o.& , JDITBI?) PaINTiD1 ', 'ANd)SUBLIgtmts tY TaH PROPtRItTI W, -s EDWARD SMITH HAL&L.

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Windsor 20th Feb. 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

iWindsor 20th Feb. 1829. T' THE EDITOR or TuE SYDNEY MONITOR. s ` There. has been of iat 'sofie -allusions respecting ~i?and my family in your paper, having reference to M?lr. Beddek. Perhaps,, Sir, your intentions, or those of your Correspondents, might have been friendly towards me; yet these remarks cannot serve, and may perhaps do iee some injury. However, I can assure you, in vindication of Mr. B., that he declined soli citing for any situation I hold under the Govern ment, unless I was disposed to resign. Youl:will herefore oblige me, ifi~you will refrain from making these observations in future. I am, Sir, .Your most obedient Servant, ROIERT FITZ.;

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

S"bi.pi "Inttlit t tre. . :I, A.rriv,ats-On Thursday, the Tigress from GIp~ss gow, 7th Oct. 1828, and Hobart Town 20th Feb general cargo ; same day'the Lambtdn, frroj Port' Stephens, . D)eparture;.-On Thursday the Lady BI?Briopoe, ' for London, sundries. On Friday the Persian, fort the Isle of France in ballast, also thel sam days, the Hinteer for New Zealand,. suihdries. Projecd?d Departures.---The Governor Arthur and" Lord Liverpool, for Newcastle, this day, the. Cur rewncyt Lass and the Darling, for Poit Dalrymple,, and the Sophia for the Society and Sandwhich. lslands, .on Wednesday; the City of.,Ediaboro', for NCew .Zea land, - ,?,??',!. _ ,nnnapl591$1",MHIIrl i?.:. 91?:

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

.To TIHE EDIT6R OP THE SYDNEY MONITON , Having read in.your Journal of the 23rd Instant, that the liberal Superintendent of Polite, has offered to dispense Justice gratis to prisoners, though a poor fee man or woman must pay 3s. 9d. sterling for a summons, and the 1 ke sum for every witness he niay be obliged to adduce in support of his case, I beg to inform you, that I am. a very poor man though free, and am unable to pay for justiceat so dear a rate. The consequences to. me of the present. high price of .justice, have been most calamitous. Some time ago, I happened to detect my neighbour in the act of carrying away my scanty portion of fuel ; and because I remonstrated against the act with him in severe terms, I got soundly beaten by him, and threatened with a prosecution. True, I had witnesses to prove my innocence, and the injury I had sustained, but I had no money to buy Sydney justice, and pay for three summonse s; and reading a case in the police reports of. a poor free man n...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

ENGLISH MISCELLANI.ES.. SPROvINCIAL MILLINo,--A ,gllant and- most.tre mendous .?ttile was fought at Castle 'Hill, near Stock port, oi Miind'y last, ,betw.en Beckett' and Parkin spn, of" 'MiiiicheSteir, 'bot:l" men displaying fine fightingL'qilities, th'ough slow* in execution, as the cuiftest lasted two Hiours' and 20 'minutes,.in, which time 4'6, rounds were: fodeght.i. It would,. take too much..of our time and space to follow them through this giune fight; for' though long, 'it was not tedious, and so many good points were made:on each side,' as to keep the interest alive to::the last moment. .it was a guinea, to a; shilling on ..each of .thelmen, at different periods of the fight.---Beckett, however, won it. The men were. wll seconded,. and the ring was excellently kept: REUBEN MARTEN AND GIBLETs?--The whole. of therstakcs for this fight (one hnudred pounds a-side) were made good' on Wcdnesday night, at Ton Cribb's. Martin "shewed," but Gybletts 'remained in close Straining. ' Be...

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PARRAMATTA INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

Y ILRAM'A TA INQUESTS. A prisoner f te: Crown of the namne o Bevant; a weelwright, about nine '.months: ago was fdund -deficient on" the' mustering of the .convict-mechanics in the King's timber-yard at Parraimatta ' Being experienced in the ways of ,tie: Co.ony, heeither procured. another -man's pass; -or forged a: iew one ; and niakiig.g the aest of his :way to the Coal-river,. hired h.mself to a reliectable emigrant settler there. Being a very iidtistrious and clever man; lie earned not only his living, but,.through the wages of his em ployer, he also earned a mare, vwhich is still in the custody of his employer, tho' branded.iin Bevan's name.- Being attached to a young wo. mwan at Parramatta, he at length returned over;land, a,,d ventured as near to Parramatta as young. Dean's on the Western-road, near the Parra matta turnpike, :Two comrstables of Parramatta, hearin.r, of bushrangers in that neighbourhood, went out there one afternoon about five weeks .ago. On their approach, -B...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

''e &eg to Inform our .Subscribers both "a touln ad countr," the' wvi, u consider the delivery of their "News p:lters hi? u,0 to the .P ost-,naster ? Sy~ndtey as regards our frien.ds up tihe country, and to our ,pewscnrrier as recards or j riu,''d in ,'own, a va*lid .elivery to theI e law nre' r?sctiirelu,; the samee as if put into their ounn hands. Subscribers w'wo d', not etei.se their pirper reg?lariy, are re,,,e,'ed to complain to. us by ketter: (post plai) and, a.far as we can, weowill reimedy the evil. But we will nao be ansruerable for tAe deliery of our Jou'in l in a more effectual man iLer than ithuas l.et Jirtht. 'i is the cWQedition1 an. which we sell our Journal, and of which s.e hereby ,request all our Subscribers to take notice. The public are ciutioted to pay no money, nor make aniy settlement on account of the ,Proplietor of this" lourj?'l, without demanding a Pa.;TED receipt. signed by him in his ownt proper hand writings .Mwn?ey" paid on his accoaft swithou...

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(Extracts from the Tasmanian Journal of Feb. 13th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

(Extracts from. the .Taspaanian Journal of " WE heartily rejoice at the oiniio.sO, of the Bi'itish Government to ,send out~ Council, no. minuted as no doubt such would be. .We con sider it the worst of all possible substitutes. for a:representative Governument. We consider the new act, altogether unjust ; and we hope and trust, the Colonists of both Colonies will assemble. in.a legal and constitutioiial manner,'to. petition' the British'..Government (for it nonsense,to talk of petitioning parliament in the manner done last yeai) fur the repeal of,'tltis most unsatisfac tory Statute, In the mean time, however, we heartily rejoice aC;.the nonWarrival (if suh ,is) of .the Council warratnt., The Australian seems ,to forget there is such a thing as sending out blank warrants to be filled up here ? and if.so, of course they would be filled up, only as " Executive Councils" should direct. Now wv repteat, that for our part we sliould much. prefer. the respon sible governm ent of.. one siigl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

THERE seemst to be an. inisinctive pro pensity now.a-days, to deviate from the practice, of the laW, a and ..the constitu tion as the same take place .in England. We allude to tihe dismissal of Justice "*** of WV * t***, from th siituation of Superinteodant of Police, and yet of his continuance in the commission of .the peace., Such a proceeding appears to the public like saying, " Mr. `*** your public conduct is.suflicieutly..regular for you to be continued as .anadministrator of the laws, to which a salary.is not attached, but it is not. sufliciently ccrrect'fTor you to be paid any.thiiag. This howeve is not the language of the. Constitu tion. That would be as follows.'Mri. ****;.your., conduct has either been proper or improper. If proper, let there be a decision of the proper 'authority; if that authority say, that you have been guilty of irregularities in your amagisterial ofice,.. you much not only go out of your, paid place, but out of..the CoUmmission of the..peace altoge th...

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

(Domestic) On Saturday morning about four o'clock, a sa man belonging to .tie Jupiter, 'while in .the act of loosing the r:ainsail, fell from the, yard arm, and pitching upon one of the iron stanncheons of tiq pump, severely injured himnielf in the abdomen;. he was, imnucdHiatel attended by Dru Connelly ,and' two medical men from the ships in the hoarbour, "_ ho render'cd the unfortunate man every sos'ilde arn;ns ance; he. wan :dfterwards conveyed to the Gocn fao Hospital, but ir-ived only a fewv, hour. - r It is said. that two ships are cxpected sc~ortLay ?o? Batavia with wheat, also one from the Caie, wher, from tilelatesu". accouints received, wheat Was t:colin: at 3s. per bushel, 'and b ;rley at'?. d; The Lang, Captain Lusk, may bei expected bk::ch in about a mc nth to fill up for England. Captain DIacre does not returl n i the Sur?n, y, hl-" 'lship leaves this place in the course of a week r0 N?ewt Zealand, to take in- o cargo of tpare and A :S aifo Englan., Mncssrs. iiirteleri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

. GArin LAW 7.-Tile Duke &f BuTh gaman friends clbse.cd the chooting seaton.- Ar?.?n .?on wt unparrellelled ;ucce::a. th to ?:?t ::y ere bl" I in one coppice alonr, 2'o50 pUs ; 1... 9 are", .M 116 rabbita ; which, with thirteci pa?r,~ios d!:.y sport, made a grand total of 2;000 heI" ! 14 , in one copse! ' !---v'lsiJ is the in of imc which mnakee it necczary "t upporttl'e Oame xC : The sy'ster of precer'ves, .as the Lxrd C": -ý once observed, dcstroys the true chaoc?t-l ; -o t'inCgs,a3 'eli no the ch?iracter of hoC I 3" %es0 s1hall 5oG;n C (Ae to the cotnti;ne:'n _t» a p R ting, wiro th1 Ci c a i, 3:rivenave -no ;p tered by th0 ro' it --"rt"'' ... .. . .. . . . arounl,.t; I Th :;ystem? :aisces cet of ?th -: , cc:a. of Irea:on inig ihiczh induced th ·B ?" for an .pple-pyc all o. quinces.--- ?f. it e have:c one':; roul!e repnd by y :: -Lfehour, Ito; dclightful iZ o;vcld "" tolin ver-'y ato ?". o be able to an' K"". - ithou'C cexertion, has as little of le tu : 1Fi?., an e:terci...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Near the Main-Guard 28th Feb. 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

To wun Emz'on o0 tVU . KSm, 71 A' rc the .jai.tn-G..rd. 28th ,-5o 182!i A young E.nsign of tbe l.arris.n, as :pEd : a senior orccer tatcely, of briune into:?iC:td in p_.?t i the para:de. 'his aid come other litttle nIat. caused his egnizment to ~srxincle and int t t; the necessity of his Ieavinz thet m. No. only - eN ~li7 h f,i io the se:nior oftcer hIcrinfe given to tIe i :?-.n oc u" 'mity, but one night la?nst wee! in vi;tin h. ?i, and turning it ofut, wvhich e 1i tdid hr t ?,e Ieert a 3iec:Ss 'he was liimlself in a state of intoxication, =Jo. people it sec mw c!an do nothing,, ;"ild Ot-er €O' anriy thing. 'ours, &e.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

{ pOK suich number ML ".p ,,L ,hcQvaaie FiELD gre d /uponthe District of Lower Est, about fate' hies from the town of Lf ioto. about ? ~?upwards of 2,000 Acres :verpool, coot hole fenced in, and divided of Land, thdcks: intu several Iddick. . nato several ftuation, buildings, and gene Ial conp ov s, it is not to be rivalled in the iolon; and ve is well worthy the atten tion f any person wishing to form a dairy htoblishmedt. For particulars apply to Mr. Meehan on 4he Estate. WANTED, SSTEADY Person as Warehouse and Cellar-man, who perfectly understands inch an employment, and who can give sa I; factory reference as to character. Apply at the Counting-hOUMe of Appl THOMAS RAINE. yebruary 5th, 1829. HE undersigned begs to inform Set Stiers and others, that he, intends ship hug Wool per Eliza, and is willing to pur aae or make liberal advances upon wools ianed to his father in London. . oJ. HOSKING, i9 Pitt Street. AI'b has ust received, 'er ships Adams Sand Prince George, the following ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 March 1829

; .i 7SYDNEY, MON.ITOR JOUIRNt4L. FOR' SALE. l;THEREAS, in Jiune 1827, the Propri : V etor and Editor of trhe Sydney Monitor '.Journal, rented for life of the Church War dens of the King's Church of St. Jamns, a certain pew, at the yearly rent of Three Pounds per annum . and whereas, the Vene rable Archdeccon 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 bh 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 comr ments ; as he conceived, and still conceives, comments fair and reasonable, as became.. a free Press, on the public conduct ofthe said, `Venerable Archdeacen Scott in general,. and. oen his conduct in regard to the. said. pew, in. particular.; and whereas, at the instance of the said Archdeacon, the said ...

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