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

UOS EXg AL.ICE. I1 IIRT Y' pocket ry superior HOPS Son Sale at No. 1Ueorge-street. T. G. PITMAN, E?s SYDNEY MONITOR JOURNAL FOR SALE. W HEREAS, in June 1827, the Propri. etor and Editor of The -Sydney Monitor Journal, rented for life of the Church War-. dens of the King's Church of St. James, a certain pew, at the yearly rent of Three Pounds per annum ; and whereas, the Vene *ablo Archdeacon Scott, did in July last, dispossess. the said Proprietor and Editor and his Family of the said Pew, by force, to wvit, 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 laid Proprietor and Editor made certain com 2nents; as he conceived, and still conceives, comments fair and reasonable, as became a free Press, on.the public conduct ofthe said ,Venerable Arcbdeacen Scott in general, and on his conduct in regard to the said pew, in par...

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Interference of our Executive with the Judicial Department of this Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

Interference of our Executive wiith the Judicial Department of this Government. TH? Attorney General, Solicitor General, and Judges of England, together with His Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, ought to be informed, (and we hereby take the liberty of informing them) that the Ex ecutive Government of this Colony, consid ers it proper to interfere with the judicial, branch. As .for instance. Dim not His ExcelUency write to one of our Crown law officers, to ascertain for what reason: a certain prisoner of the Crown was admitted by. one of the Judges to Ibai!, inti mating by such a question, His Excellency's dissatisfaction with such bail, DD not the Colonial Secretary write lately by command of lis Excellency, to one of our Sydney Magistrates, calling upon him to state his reasons for fining a person in so .small a sum as four dollars, for selling spirits on a Sunday ?

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COBBETT'S WEEKLY POLITICAL REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

.-CFOBBErr'S WEEIKLY POLITICAL REGISTER. S . se ay grumblc very consistently, we who have been opposed to the late war, on account of :l obnstrous taxes we shbalt still have 'topy ; ` e . we have po- riht to blame the French P satioh fbr the debt; the* tasx axes be =aper- no *" ney. They have not been tba. cauae o th e, at Sany rate.. They, probably, wished4 s not to'hire so many people to fight against them. It is, therie. '" fore, a pei;fect abomination to' endeavour to ,excite " hatred against them on this account. I hope, after ' all, bhat, we shall be at real peace with France.: I. ' hope that the terms of the peace will be suchl as to " prevent thd French from .eeking revenge in ,iewa " oar; hiit, really, - am ahfraid, that the constantly " irritating and insulting language of ourfnewspapers, " must have a tendenoy to obstruct all endeavours to " attain so desirable 'an* olect."--REGISTR',..2list MJAY, 184.4 .

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

W'e beg to informr our Subscrlbcrs both in town andL3 country, they must consider the delivery of tTeir N'Vews papers by us to the Post-mastter in S .ydney a?.re.amrdc our friends up the country, aud to our n?erCs-tar: icr as regards our friends in ?T own, a val?d' d:i.,ver€. to them in law respective@ly ; the same as. if pls t into their own hands. Subscribers who do not rcceize their papers regularly, are r'cqecstedl to complai3 .0o us by letter; (pos? paid) and, as far as we can, we twill remedy the evil. But we will not be answerabri fo the ? delivery of our Journal in a more citcetl:al e:; ter than thus set forth. This is the conditiion ?n which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereb, request all our Subscribers to take notice. Th1e public are cautioned to pay nomonoey, or t72oae an~ 'i rselitkment on account of the Proplictor of th?s ; Journal, without demanding a PRtNTED 'eerip:. signed by hire in his owUn) proper "a inca.'r.":* .. . dourcy paid on his account without suc...

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SELECT POETRY. MORNING SOUNDS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

.SELECT PO rTR Y. . S iORNING SOUNDr S I 'I ENGLAND. BUT Who the nmelodies of morn can tell ? The wild brook babbling down the mountain's side, The lowing herd, the sheep-fold's tsimple bell; The pipe of early shepherd, himt descry'd In the lone valley, echoingn far and wide The clamorous horn aiong the cltiff above; ' The hollow murmur of the ocean tide; . The hum of beca, the linnet', lay of love, And the full choir that w.akes the uIniversal 5rove. The cottage 'cars at ea:ly pilgrina barrk; Crown'd with her pail, the tripping milk-maid sings ; The whistlin:g plough-man stalks a-field; and hark ! Down the rough slope the ponderous waggon ri~ngs; The rustling corn the hare astonish'd springe ; Slow tolls the village-bell the drowsy hour ; The partridge busts away on whirring wings Deep mourns the turtle in sequester'd how'r, And the shrill lark carols clear from his aerial tour.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

CHrT.nArT.- An Assistant Superintendant of Police, report states, is about to be appointed; and moleover, that Mr. A. MI. si?l be posted to this honour.-The 'newly.made or ders by the chief officer of the Garrison, which have for their object the shutting up of privates and subalterns after drum-beat at 8 o'clock in the evening, instead of nine, has tended much to the peace of the town.-The occupant of the garri son canteen, we are told, pays to the Govern ment a yearly rental of £66fi, payable .quar terly.-A constable nn Thursday se'nnight, in the Sydney market-place, refused to. take cognizance of a stand of short weights and measures which were shawn to him by an individual attending the market, and who had just discovered lie had been defrauded in the weight and measure of the cor.n modities he had purchased.-A daring robbery was perpetrated on the Brick-field bill on T'uesday evening last; it was at the houise of Mr. Carter, a bakcr, in the neighbourhood; some outrage happening...

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CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

CRIMINAL COURT.             Wanxas , cr 4.-Jam: :Carroll was indicted for robb . the house of Edward Welsh a bookabinder, of-. Phili istreet, Sydney, of va. rious articles, his? property. iThe prosecutor de., posed;that on tlhe morning df tthe 19th of DIe comber last, between thle hours of eight and nirie,, after having stayed ahway from home for ai short time, he returned to his dwelling, and dis covered it had been plundered of a ouantity of wearing apparel, besides some other trides of property. in this dwelling there were several apartments, , which were assigned to the use of three lodgers then residing in the house, It was generally arranged that the key of the dwelling should be planted under a stone in the yard con nected with the premises. There had beesn ori ginally two'keys to the house, but lately there had been only one. When witness returned home, he found his dwelling, of Which he was the vi...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

(Domcstic Intelligence cygtinued). WE understand that the Bench of Magistrates sent for Mr. A Hill, the keeper of the Rose and Crown Tavern, to inform him, that in case he kept on the Inn, his license would' not be re newed; but in case he disposed of the good will of the house to Mr. Sandwell or any person equally respectable, the lice se . to., the, house would he renewed. Mr.- Hill in reply. to this singular address, hoped their Worships would say, what was the cause of their refusing .him a license, and particularly if it was owinif. to the.lossof his good name ? The Bench informed.him his reputation continued unblemished; but that they hcd certain general rules given, them by authority, on- which they acted,,'-and they must decline entering into farther explanation. They then renewed their question, whether Mr. Hill would give up his Inn it order to" the licence being continued.? Mr.II. with an Irishman's fee ling, but with a manner, perfectly respect ful, replied, " No Uentlem...

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

A TICKET-QL'-LEAVE. ,-i, OLDER'S name, DENIS.DONOVAN; ''I- .place of conviction, Cork City, 1823. The Owner may have the same, by minutely describing if Land paying expenses, on appli. cation at the Monitor Office, Sydney. V NVTED situation as overseer, bya J oung? man recently arrived in the Colony from 1;England, who thoroughly un derstands Ag- iculture in all its branches. Apply to the-?rintcr of this paper. Feb. 13th, 1829. ~-~--~·-,7-L-." '~'"~tb~~P'InsultBilMN IRtWI~iWMWIMII

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

Our Advertisitng, Friends are re il 'uested to do.us the favour of send ing us their Monday Advertisements as soon after 9 o'clock as possible; : otherwise our publishing, will be so late in the evening as. to give gene ral dissatisfaction. 'evera'l letters addressed to us, are lying in the Post ' Office, but not being post-paid we cannot draw them. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, March 6,. 1829. STREET LAMPS.~ ' ERSONS willing to undertake by con F tract, for twelve months, to LIGHT about: ONE HUNDRED LAMPS in the streets of Sydney, are requested to send sealed tenders each to- be marked tender for lighting lamps, to this office, on Tuesday the 10th instant, at 12 -'clock. The lamps will be provided by Govern. ment, but the contractor will bd required to provide oil and wicks, and to give security, by two sureties, to the amount of £100, for preserving the lamps in good condition, and for keeping them lighted every night from half an hour after sunset until sun-rise,...

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PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF FINE WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE IM PROVEMENT OF FINE WOOL. (From the Globe, August 2nd, 1829.) It is impossible that any person can harveeven glanced over the mass of evidence given before the Committee of the House of Lords, on the wool ques tion, without being forcibly struck with the awful fact, that, this country, which one boasted of its native wool . as the staple commodity-clothing with it not only its own population, but supplying also largely other countries with cloth manufactured from it has now become nearly wholly dependent on a sap ply of foreign wool for the manufacture of cloth. In this volume of evidence, it is asserted by the manu facturers, that British fine wool has degenerated, which, on the other hand, is denied by the growers of it; but as both agree in one point,-that from the introduction of softer German wools, the taste and habits of consumers of cloth, both at home and abroad, are changed; it, therefore, is obviously expe dient for the country to look dilig...

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

CAUTION. TOLEN from the person of Mrs. Bards ley, of Parramatta, on Thursday the i?th instVnt, m ar the watch-house, Church street, a check on the Bank of Australia for -t1. dated the 11th instant, payable to . No. 'C, and drawn by Mr. H.-M'Ar tour. Also, an order for £4. drawn by ltMr. SLwson on Mr. Chisholme, dated in January last. Also several papers of no value to any but the owner. - TO.o IT. T No. 1 Clarence-street, Sydney, a large commodious house, fit either for iblic or private business, consisting of Seight rooms, a two-stall stable, and a Schaise house. For particulars, apply to , Jaomet Wright, Australan Brewery, George .'Street. Feb. 20, 1829. -APPRENTICE WANTED. TO AN APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST. V1¶I. ANTED an active respectable young SVV lad, as an Apprentice to an Apothe Sary and Druggist, who will be treated as one of the family. Apply at the Monitor il,0fice. Sydney, Feb. 29, 1829. EDINBURGH ALE IN BOTTLE. IIIE Subscriber has just received a quan. L tity of this artic...

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Punishment of His Majesty's convicted subjects without a trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

Punishment of His Majesty's colrvicted subjects w susthbut a trial. BY the paid official organ it appears, that a female, of whom it is commonly reported she is a Convict, permitted by Lieutenant Governor Arthur to come uphere it' com pany ' with, and assigned to her husband,a has been punished without a trial; to wit; she was falsely or erroneously accused of felony; was tried and convicted; but after. wards discharged ; and therefore in the eye of the law was innocent; it is reported that all the Magistrates concerned, in her case, were convinced of her innocence. His=Ex cellency without any record in this Co lony .t her being a prisoner of the Crown, has sentenced her to'unlimited imprisonment in 'the female Factory of Parramnaita, This twoman has` the written : t"'o`: SArthu'r, (a ma twvia ee hi"?? . faults, of high` t??a, l -rcharacter?y conduct for tour yearsn waiwite ish. She has ont, been about months in the Coljlony, "she C~e I an -good charactecr,4and respectable in his a ...

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TO THE JOURNALISTS OF PARIS. Kensington, 18th August, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

.o, TR E JOURNALISt,. OP PARIS. ...Kensingrsn,- 18th August, 1828. G'ENTLME..N, PRENEZ-OARDE .oU vOUS alltz titre wal tout vif : take care, or you are going to be swallowed up alive. In 1803, after the peace of Amieus had been broken, our ARCHBISHOP of CANTER ..UBY wrote a prayer for us to put up in our Churches as by law estabh)hed, and we .all re peated it for several months. In this .prayer, we called upon God to save and deliver-us from our enemy (Buonaparte), who had threatened and who designed " to- swallow us up QUICK ;" that is to say, "alive. You Gentlemen, are the best judges of your own .means of. protection; but, -as a short prayer could, certainly, do no harm, it may, perhaps, be as well for you to be. gin to think -about it: ,at any rate, it is high time for you to think of sometlhing in the way of pro tection.; for, as I am about to show you, you will soon be, and you, indeed, already are, in a state of imminent peril; and I deem it no more than an act of commou human...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 9, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

nl()NI)A 'AFT ;Eilr:a;ls N, P a nýRC r r, 132 . i! Tnucu is souk' inttcntioi, we"&1$2L itttr ii of ani nppicatien c)inz~i mime lc )i 4' 1- prerne Cousi by the Bwrk2cros of ei Ce on to make a division of the bar iito (O) C o1 r: >c1and an() Attaomucy, CO s no lon or t p--rlnit Attorneys to pea:l ns 3cE nor Barristers to a ct v Att orlns. fLrc, t prevlnt all ill keeling, it Vvit l be pho ,a.:€ df t the Court, that the arc:n: zdClse ca es',, ~ be thier Baurriters or Attorl'cvs, .hull n~!~o kcei : electiton either to cOntiuBc es ;7!eaýýCk. cYi, or os Attorney''on Dly. TmiE food sense enii equity of thlis )roao-i i is indisputable. Its e',wdclliincy n ane th )lV!t state of the Colony is a mattcr of air die.. cussiiori. We do not profess to be q€:;ite masters of tne 8ubject f but we ehal t~iroww out a few biitW. .·I - it~~~~ \: -~-C'k~· 1:~ ainTr men is alleged molawyomestic and adirs.t tedis so in pols writerics, divinityhat while and divi yidt. of ?And: it is so doubtless in....

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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 — 9 March 1829

ME MOfANDUBI "i OF. THIE IENSUING W! Eii 'AftAlIONS OF T[3Et~mO:1ETE".R, &C. &.C. CAfH N AT 7 1N TJ1M n onNir3G, 12 AT NOON, ANI'.5 IN TIM tV I~4 IEsPECTJVEI.Y. c o Lu. &A ta nucr, U Ill. p. 1 int.,p..-3 . Sun riscs, 4S xi. p. 5, sets, 12 m. p. 6. j ighi Water, 2 in 'he-norn--28 m. p. 2 A't. V --Hg aft. r 59 in. p. 2 orion.-:32 rn. p. 3 :ý Aft. / J- Highl~ater,5)n.p lon- 3~. p j First Quanr:er of' Moon, 5 4 I°.'. 7 iEve.. Hglgh Wanter, I in- p. 4 Morn.-Z6 in. p. 4 $i ." At.'` HiI·"1ligh Water, 15zuin.i u p. 5, r-Mor'n--43 cl. 1' 5 Aft. scond Sunday in Lent. coy P Hih Water, 12 iin. p. GWorn.--40:.# p. 8 -Hi gh Water, 13 in. p. 7 iX 1rn.--42 in. p. 7 SaTunu.av....... 760 6 74 N. E. Fair ScJDAM(7........4J8.176 Do. Do. MO N DA .......7r5 97 2 Do. Do. 'Tui sp ........ 89 5:O5 Do Cloudy, WFDrNEsDA....: t7$!JIus.)Do. Eair. THIURSDAY !jtti i Lto. Do. l 1: aDnu .. .... :. 75if1 t j ro. Do.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

DIED, this morning, in his 32nd year, MR. JAMES LINDSAY, of a pleurisy, from the effects of which, his sufferings for a long time had been great. He was a man of superior talent in his profession, and had been for several years managing clerk to W. H. Moore, Esq.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CAPTAIN now Major Gillman, some months previ- oursly to his departure from the Colony, got leave of absence from His Excellency General Darling to visit Bathurst districts, contiguous to which is his free grant of 2,560 Acres given his son, a youth, his father receiving full pay at the same moment as Capt. in the Butts and Major of Brigade. On this occassion the Major disposed of part of his herd and flocks of live stock, to the amount of about, thousand pounds. List of Subscribers to the South-Asian Register to whom the fourth number of that work, was for- warded last week. WINDSOR ROAD. RICHMOND. Mr. G. Acres Mr. S. Lay ock Mr. J. Bradley LIVERPOOL. R. Crawford Esq,. Pros Mr. T. Meehan .pect Brooks Esq. Majoi Druitt CAMPBELL TWNI. Mr. W. Lawson 'ir. T. Hammond R. Lowe Esq. Rev. Reddall Mr. G, B. Sutter Mr. T. Rose PENRITH. NEWCASTLE. Mr. L. May Mr. J. Palmer Junior Mr. A. Frazier Mr. A. Warren Mr. B. Francis Mr. J. Battie Sir J. Jamiron Mr. P. Simpson Mr. Si...

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WALK THROUGH SYDNEY. (Continued from our last, page 1516). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 March 1829

WALK THROUGH SYDNEY. (Continued from our last, page 1516), Close to where we now stand is the foundation of -an intended new Cathedral, laid by Macquarie, btit abandoned on Mr. Bigge's inquiry. rhe site is well chosen, being central and elevated. Had "this church been proceeded with according to the plan, it would not have been finished before it was wanted, for it is wanted now. } A herd of cattle approaches leisurely. Well my man, whose cows are these ? " Different people's Sir; its the town flock, I get 6d. a head a week for taking charge." Some good cows among them, but poor, dreadfully poor? " Yes Sir, some fine frames of cows." And where do you obtain pasture for these forty or fifty head ! " Pasture Sir, Lord' bless you, its very bare of feed where they go. But I take them out early in a morning and they get a snift of fresh air as the sun rises, and a drink of fine water, and so they pick alhput like till it's time to come home, and then I water them again !" The cow is know...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE L [?] MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

SYDNEY MARIKU(F AVERAGE' STERLING PiICES OF THE L MARKET. ihent per bsh. 0 8 0 .flicks, ...... 0 5 0 Mai, re,do.. .. 0 8 0 "Fowls, p r pair 0 6 0 Barley, do.... 0 4 6 Geese, do .... 0 3 0: Potatoes cwt.. 1 G 0 .''Turkies, do. .. .0 16 0 Batter, per lb. 0 2: '0 lHay, rer ton.. 20 ! 0 FI-gs, per doz. 0 2 0 Straw, per loud 2 0 ? 'No. 81 George Street .Sydntey. New South f .EDITED. PRINIED, ANDT PUIBLISHED,; HBY THIsI plOPI'IETOP, EDWARD SMITil HALL..

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