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To this letter we make the following reply. Sydney Monitor Office, Feb. 23, 1829. To A. M. Baxter Esquire, H. M. Attorney-General of N. S. Wales, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

To this letter we make the following reply. Sydney Monitor Ofice, Feb. 23, 1829. To A. M. Baxter Esquire, H. M. Attorney. General of N. S. Wales, &c. &c. &c. Sir, I have had the honour to receive your letter of thip date; and while I thank you for this inti-. mation of your intentions, I beg leave to make some remarks thereon. I verily believe Sir, the prosecutions which you are about to commence against me, are con trary to your own judgement as a lawyer, to your sentiments as a citizen, and to your feelings as a liberal English gentleman. I attribute them entirely to the impolitie influence and authority of others. You subscribe yourself His Airjes ty's Attorney.General. Mr. Bannister the late Attorney.General did the same; for in his pamphlet he snakes use of this very expression; -besides,I was the Kings' Attorney.General, and not the Gavernor9s," But Sir I contend, that if you were virtually ant }qbstantively the KinJ'# 4ttorney-General, you would not ad...

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Windsor 20th Feb. 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

Windsor 20th Feb. 1829. T, TIIE EDITOg or TrUE SvYDNE MONIrroR. Sin, 'There has been of late some allusions respecting ,ie and my family in your paper, having reference to . Beddek. Perhaps, Sir, your intentions, or those of your Coriespondlents, might have been friendly towards me; yet these remarks canuot serve, and may perhaps do' e some injury. However, I can assure you, in vindication of M r. B., that he declined soli citing for any situation I hold under the Govern aent, uulcss I was disposed to resign. You will herefore oblige me, if fyou will refrain from making thoe observations in future. - I am, Sir, Your most obedient Servant, ROBERT FITZ.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

TO TI.-EDITOR OF THlE SIDNEY MONITOR, Sit, Having read in your Journal of the 23rd Instant, that the liberal Superintendent of Police, has offered to dispense Jpstice gratis to prisoners,, though a, poor flee man or woman must pay 3s. 9d. sterling for a summons, and, the l.ke sum for every witness he may 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. Tlie consequences to me of the presentt high price of justice; have been most calamnitous. 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, 1 got soundly beaten by' him, and threatened with a prosecution;. True, I had witnesses to prove my innocence, and the injury I had',i sustained, but I had no money to buy Sydney justic0c? and pay for three summonse s; and reading a capseOi the police reports of a po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

We beg to inform our Subsribers 6bel in town and country, they must consider the deliver;y of their Vews papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, xnd to our news-carrier as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to themr in law respectively ; the same as if' put into their own hands. Subscribers who do not recei'e their papers regularly, are requested to complain tI, us by letter; (post paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the delivery of our Journal in a more c3f.cuaai matn ser 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 msake any settleinef on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding a PRSTKD receipt. signed by Aim in Ais own proper hand writings Money paid on his account without such receipt, will not be given credit for, no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

4- '' V iALE BY AUCTION BY IR. S.LX.J8 . Vednesday the 4th ,of March,; at the Residence of Mr. GEORGa DODERY, oppO site the Military hospital, near Fort Phbi .i p, on the Rocks, at 11 o'Clock precisely. V. EN hilf pipcs Cape wine, a ,quantity of rich glass ware,- a hdlf =ized billiard .table, balls and cues complete; 2 sofas, I . ,et din.ing tables, 2 aria chaiW;s, ! bedstead and furniture complete; % feather ed;'&c, 1 Iooking glass, a carpet, a 2-barr~ledor - gan, a black filly, :3; years old, i side-saddle' an d bridle.'ioniplete, suitable. for a lady ; :a strong 2-horse cart, a`boat 25-ft. keel, with 6 ash oars,; masts, and sails complete. ' Terms.-Prompit Payment in 'ster " mnoney . A COTTAGE;.: we;thertboarded, and brick-nogged; 'with 3 rooms, a veran- . dah front and, back, 48.feet frontage, w~ith' a gateway, and a yard attaced 'to the Cottage, S34 feet . deptlh, with stores ttached to' the game. Terms:.-,-One-third Cash, and a Credit of 3 and 6 months for rem6ainder o...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Some say, ,that the late Joseph Sudds of she 57thi regiment,: enlisted: under .the name of. 3udds, but that his real name. is Jones, and that "his wife and family now reside at Bridpurt in W'iltsire. ' 51r. Brown one night lately being alarmed, arose from his bed, and on going out, seized a va - gaboend of the name of Flynn, in the act of, stealing his grapes. The fellow struggled to get away, but Mr. Brown secured him, ,aad had him' afcely lodged in the watchshouse.. (The following has been transmitted us by Mr. 'Dowwsett of Launccton.) " TuIi CORNWALL, PRESS, and COMMERCIAL' A DV'rEsRIn ;" a pro posed weekly Journal, to be publi hed forthwith ]by Mr. Dowsett, at the (late) Post Oice, Lassn ,eeston., PROSPECTUS. That th'e political interests of every British: appbject are manifold and important, is a truth it would be madness to oeny :-that an independent Journal to defend those interests must, when: temperately written, deserve support, is equally unquestion...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. PROVINCIAL MILLINO.---A gallant and most tre mnendous battle was fought at Castle Hill, near Stock port, on Monday last, between Beckett and Parkin son, of Manchester, both men displaying fine fighting qualities, though slow in execution, as the contest lasted two hours and 20 minutes, in which time 46 rounds were fought. It would take too much of our time and space: o follow them through this game 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 the men, at different periods of the fight.---Beckett, however, won it. The men were well seconded, and the ring was excellently kept. REUnEN MARTEN AND GIBLETs.-The whole of the stakes for this fight (one hundred pounds a-side) were made good on Wednesday night, at Tom Cribb's. Martin " shewed," but Gybletts remained in close training. Betting, even, to some amount was made. There is no...

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SPIRIT LICENSES IN SYDNEY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

SPIRIT LICENSES IN SYDNEY. To THE EDITOR OF THE MONATOB. The motives of our rulers have been made the subject of reflection, so far as the contracted system of giving a reduced number of spirit licenses this ycar, in the populous increasing town of Sydney. Various are the conjectures which have been called forth to account for the nnmber 68 in particular. One opinion is, that 68 is the age of His Excellency the Governor; but this we may venture to say is some half a dozen years beyond truth. Another is, that 6S is some astrological number of solemn import; while others, with more appearance of reason, suppose this elect number is the identical number of favourite men of whom His Excellency has a high opinion, and in whom he can confide. Some dry calculating searchers after causality, are of opinion, that the intention of their worships, or of His Excellency, is merely' to in crease the revenue by reducing the number of li censed houses, and thereby encouraging sly grog s/ops, with a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

Ier: 'dvertising Friends are re est ed to do us the favour of send a-g ~ ttts ir Monday Advertisements as soon after 9 o'c ock as possible; o,-therwise our publishing will be so late in the evening as to give gene tsal dissatisfaction. Seral etters addressed to us, are lying in the Port .Oi ee,6bt ot being post-paid we cannot draw them. GOVERNMENT ORDER. INo. 9) Colonial Secretary's Office 27th February ' . I*IS EXCELLENCY the Governor has been pleased to appoint Samuel ?'orth Esq. to be Superintendant of Police at Windsor, in the Room of Archibald Bell, sq. who has resigned. By His Excellency's Command, ADEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 18, 1829. CONDIr IONAL PARDON. IHEREBAS it has been represented to the Government, that certainW HEAT STACKS, belonging to Mr. John Jones, a `Settler at Bathnrst, were maliciously SET ON FIRE on the Night of Wednesday the 14th Instant, by some Person or Persons un Ioanwn; Notice is hereby given, that a CON?L?'ION...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

GAME LAws.--The Duke of Buckingham and his   friends closed the shooting season at Avington with unparrellelled success. On the last day were bagged in one coppice alone, 250 pheasants, 109 hares, and 116 rabbits ; which, with thirteen previous days'   sport, made a grand total of 3,000 head !---473 head     in one copse ! ! !---This is the kind of butchery     which makes it necessary to support the Game laws. The system of preserves; as the Lord Chancellor once observed, destroys the true character of spor- ting, as well as the character of the peasantry. We shall soon come to the continental style of spor- ting, where the game is driven into a pen, and slaugh-     tered by the noble sportsman who are stationed around it. The system arises out of the same pro- cess of reasoning which induced the Irishman to wish   for an apple-pye all of quinces.---"If it be ????? h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

TO LZT Oip0t such nnmber. of years as may be - agreed upbn, the MAcQUAvaR FIELD ' Ei ?TE, situate in the District of Lower Mnto. about five miles from the town of ,i p~r'ool, containing upwards of 2,000 Acres of ,and, the whole fenced in, and divided into several Padd :cks. In point of situation, buildings, and gene ral conveuiences, it is not to be rivalled in the olony; and is well .worthy the atten tion of any person wishing to form a dairy .establishment. For Particulars apply to Mr. Meehan on the Estate. WANTED, A STEADY Parson as W'arehouse and Cellar-man, who perfectly understands suchlto empllyment, and who can give sa tisfaetory refcrence as to character. ApplY at the Counting-house of THIIOMAS RAINE. February 5thb, 1829. reaIry, undersigned begs to inform Set Stiers and others, that he intends ship ping Wool per Eliza, and is willing .to pur chase or make liberal advrances upon wools consigned to his father in London. J. HOsKING, 19 ,Pitt Street. WYATI' has just received, ...

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Illawarra, Jan. 19, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

Ilswarra, Jan. 19,1829. ' :7 '"` Stn. We the undersigned inhabitants of Illawarra, ' feehng ourselves under very great obligations'for the speedy and effective aid you sent us, of cgp stables and soldiers, upon our lite application"nfi, you tor help, in the various and frequent attacks. upon our houses, provisions, cattle, horses, and: . property of every description, by gangs of arme4 depredators, and at times when we consider@d our lives in danger, many of the settlers having * been plundered two or three times, being left in a comuplete state of distress and nakedness, res. pectfully beg you to accept our unfeigneid, thanks for the said assistance, which we shall al. ways most gratefully hold in view. We trust th. bravery of the two Geraghty'p, in defending their persons and property, and ex. pelling the late attack upon them by seven of the said armed banditti, and the after.conduct of your Police, have now been the means of re storing peace to this district, and di.persing the ...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

T. HE 'LON ,OR. 'CL LLSDAY,'MAIIAtCI 3, 1829. -- N -.... ii WE understand, that a Court of Enquiry is about to be held in Sydney on tone of our;De. puty Assist:.:: Commissary Generals. The cir" cuwstancea ihich haye led to this are curio:Js. About five years ago, a young emigrant was ap pointed by Mr. Wemyus as an Assistant Store. keeper in the Com'missariat Department of New South Wales; and among other places of aibode of the young man, was that famous abode for officcrs.with "clean hands," namely, Per Mfacl quars. AT the same ilStlement dwelt also &I that time a banished man who was rich; and who, by p;e-:.*- - to Major (loulburu to be saved from penal personal labour, obtained his request an condi lion, of his saving the King the espense of feed ing and clotling Aim. Among some dozen of ae. cusations which our young officer brought against the Dep. Assist. Commis. General in question, was one, namely, that in lieu of permitting His Mla jesty to enjoy the saving of this p...

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REVIEW of the fourth number of THE SOUTH ASIAN REGISTER, (published in Sydney, by A. Hill.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 March 1829

svErVIw of the fourtlh number of THE SoUTH SAs IAN R SaxsrEza, (published in Sydney, :;,The fourth number of this work came. to, our btnd with satisfaction, because we consider Dr. Oldield one of tihe best, if not the very best writer in New South. Wales.- He is cer tainly the best literary essayist. How he would shine as a political writer, we cannot tell, for politics,'whether local or foreign. he meddles not with; and in so saying, we think we offer he'incondiderable proof of the Doctors' talents, because what is Colonial literature without poli lics The subjects treated of in this fourth number, are all intarestit;r, and most .a.reeably :diversifying in their character. We will say ome ,thing upon each in order, Article 1.--NEW HOLLAND. .ThelRast articles under this sweeping generic title, contained a historX of New South Vuales, in its physical and moral qualities as a Colony. The first (if we recollect rlghbt)adverted to, the A?origines of the Country; and the two, last, to th...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

STERLING PRICES F FFUR,-Per 100 1. .Deeers... Fine. I( Seeo il;.' Dixon.....2........... 23s. 2I ?. Cooper .............. 23 20 Barker .............. 23 20 Raine ................ 230 Darling Mills.......... 23 6 0 No. 81. George Street Sydney New SouthA f0' EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUIrLISSBD. BY THE PROPRIETOP, i IYWARR. SMITh HAL,. ...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

SYDNEY MARKET . 2 AVERAGE STERLING PRICES. OF iTUE LASf MARKET..-. WTheat perbsh. O 8 0 Ducks. ...... O 5 0 Maize, do.... 0 11 0 Fowls, perr p 0 6 Barley, do.... 0 4 6 Geese, do..... 0 8 0 Potatoes cwt.. 1 6 0 ,Turkies, do.. ., 0 6 '0 Butter, per lb,- 0 0 |?. Hay,. pr ton.. 20 .0 0' Eggs, per.doz. 0 2 0. Strawv, perload 2 0 0

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

To Tith EDITOsR OV Tua e" SifaZ Y MoNuToa , I HAVE the honor of addressing you with these few lines, for your further information on the conduct of Captain -**~ of .the 39th Regiment, who if hii conduct was set forth on his part of duty. as Garrison Captain on Friday night last the t7th February,- in visiting the guard in a. very unmilitary stat, and abusing every guard he visited;, and particularly the Oti eer of the Blain Guard, vho said he would re. ort him to Colonel Lindsay, but on being re. ieved, Capt. co'O and he made up matters. He could not be guilty of a greater breach of military decipline, than being drunk on duty and abusing both the guard and the officer comrnunding the main guard, whose name is irarmer, Ensign in the 39th IReiment. If he had the chance of confining a private soldier thh latter would certainly be flogged for it, and why not himself be brought to a Court-martial ea well as a soldier ? nsign Farmer even went to the Serjeant who commanded guard on that n...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

a'rLfpping *itteaigarc. drrival.-Isabella from Norfolk Island 28th Febro ary. Departures,.-On. Tuesday last the Lord Liverpool for Newcastle.;, Wednesday the Governor drthur for, Newcastle; Thursday the Currency Lass, for Port Dalrymple; Friday the Harriet, for Batavia ; this day the Darling for Port Dalrymple, and Lambton for"' Port Stephens. Irojected Departurcs.e.-Theenapper for the Friend ly Isles, and City of Edinboro' for New Zealand this day; The Sophia for the Society and Sandwich Is lands, and the Governor Ready for the Isle of Franc', 10th instant; Henry Wellesley for London 12th ins~., and George Canning for London 15th instant.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

To Tas EDrTooPO TUE WrONTorro. t .I would have been but just, if. the Editor -of the Gazette had inserted. the lucubration of his " experienced Correspondent," that the pub lic might judge how fur he was disiutereted in the cause he advocates. I have some idea of the iource whence it emanated, and of the mo tives which influenced the writer. Adtsappointed man generally ventshbis spleen in every possible way upon his more successful eompetitor,. But to the subject--I widely differ from the opinions of the Reverend Editor and his "expe Irienced correspondent," that the pomp and parade of quarterly examinations at a school, would effect the object he states, and even from the ex aminations themselves, little good is derivable; unless it be the encouragement of emulation, which is as often defeated by the partiality of a. master. T.-The scholars, it, is Well known, are weeks-in prxwrig ,act lessons for teso ýcreinoiies, and on the eventful day, they: are enabled to gallop over so many l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

- GOODS FOR SALE. D AVID MAZIERE has far sale ati Stores, George Street; Isle of France sugar Rum, 27 A. 30 per cent o. r. Brandy and Geneva Hyson and hyson-skin te". Prime Irish pork Irish linen Paintsi cutlery Hardware Russia duck. :1 Stationary of various kinds Also, his usual stock of the finest wines, Wool, hides, and other Colonial produce taken;,i in payment. A RTHUR HILL, returns his best thanks to his friends and the public, for their patronage of him, as the keeper of an Ho tel and Tavern eight years, since he enmigra ted to this Colony ; and he now begs leave to inform them, that his old-established Inn, the ROSE AND CROWN, being deprived'4l of its license by the Worshipful the Benchbi of Magistrates of Sydney, who neverthelkes personally declared to lMr. Hill, that his re putation was un tainted, he intends opening a Family Hlotel fAr the accommodation of families arriving in- Sydney either frora on board ship- or from up the Country ; and that it will be his highest pri...

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