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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

ARRIVALS.-On Thursday Evening, H. M. S. Rainbor, the Hon. Captain Rous, from the Northern Settlements; the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle arrived on Friday and returned the following day. There has been no other departures since our last. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.--The ''iger, for Var pairaso, this day. The Emma Kemp for Hobart Town oua the llth, and the Schooner Hetty for Port Dalrymple on the 12th instant. REMAIN IN HARBOUR with H. M. S. Rain bow, Denmark Hdl,; Alfred,- and Countess of, Harcourt. BARQUES--Faithl Lucy :A'nne and Rolla. BRIGS Fame, Guide, Woodlark, Perseverance, Wellington, Anne, Minerva and Governor Phillips. SCHOONERS--Gover .nor Sorrell, Hettyl, ,Samuel, Prince of Denmark and Elizabeth and Mary.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. PUBLIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

ENGLISH MISCB.ELLANIES. , PUBLIC MEETINGS. G, ?N?L-MEXICAN MINING AssocrATloN.-On Wednes day, a general meeting of the directors and subscribers of the Anglo-Mexican Mining Company, took place at the City of London Tavern. It was most numerously attended. David Barclay, Esq. in the chair. The Chairman congratulated the subscribers upon the flourish= :ing state of the Company, which was now placed be yond the reach of danger. They were able to meet every engagement, and a fresh credit had been sent out to ;Mexico. The report which had been read at the last meeting, had been brought up to a ,late period, and the subsequent one had not yet been received; but a conm prehensive statement of -the affairs .of the Company was expected, and would immediately be communicated to them. The Chairman then read the report. It ;began by stating, that in regard to the pecuniary affairs of the Company, the measures adopted since the public meetings in autumn had fully answered their purpose; the enga...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

'THE MONITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1827. WE have affirmned our belief, that the Venerable the Archdeacon was that Member of the Council who ex erted himself most in drawing up the late three Gag ging Acts, all of which we have no doubt will prove illegal, when they come to' pass that Ordeal which shortly they will have to go through. One of them has however, been publicly proclaim'ed to be illegal. A little. incident occurred at the time of the passing of these unconstitutional Acts, which goes to confirm our information on this subject. A gentleman with whom Mr. Scott, exchanges smiles and bows en passant, met the latter on the day on which that Council was held, 'when the legality of the Stamp Act was argued. The Gentleman saluted the' Archdeacon as usual, but his conge met .with a kind of rebuff. He met a friend of tthe' Archdeacon, and complained of the slight. Mr. Scott's frieid .zeplied, "take no notice of the little ' affront; for the Archdeacon has been to Council this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

THE Subscribers to the Chamber of Commerce are in-   formed, that the Morning Chronicle and Englishmen Newspapers, together with Lloyd's List and the Trade List, are now regularly received from London, and that the Cham- ber is admitted, as a Subscriber to Lloyd's Register Book, a copy of which, for the present year, has just been received by the Denmark Hill. A. B. SPARK, Hon. Sec. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR having declined to afford the long and anxiously expected     assistance to the Catholic Chapel, Sydney, in consequence of the low state of the. Colonial Funds, and their inade-   quacy to the completion of public works that are consi- dered to be of pressing necessity and permanent import- ance, the Rev. J. J. Therry, who has had the honour to   commence and continue thatwork under very distin-   guished patronage, feels it incumbent on him strenuously to endeavour to complete it without further del...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

DOMESTIC. IN'TELLdGENCE.. Newcastle. Captain 'Wright seems .to give pretty, general satifaction in his new capacity of Police Mlagis trate. A Corsespondent describes him as merciful to. the prison population. The Justice however seems to be under a mistake: : as to detaining people's cattle on slight suspicion of their being stolen. Owners of such cattle need answer no questions, because their cattle ought not to be constable-ized, alias captured, by the men of the staff except on the oathl of the informant. If Justices are to act, not upon tl". oath of Informants, but on.the gossip of busy bodies or the malicious artful tales - of knaves, they may have enough to do; not to mention the unpleasantness of being liable to.receiving a lawyers letter to refrain. Vending spirits without a license seems to be as faivourite at Newcastle as-in Sydney. One Mr.. M'Lyments was fined the other day in the usual sum fot this wickedness. He talked of ap pealing; but from the plump and plain testimo...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Portland Head, June 30th, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

Portland head, June 30th, 1827. To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, I HEREWITH transmit you a true report of an Inquest holden at the School House, Sackville Reach, on Wednesday, the 27th ult. on the body of James Nash, assigned government servant to Mr. Cyrus Matthew Doyle. IT appeared by the evidence of Mr. D. that James Nash was reported to him as absent very early on Sunday morning, the 24th ult. and that he had taken his box and clothes with him ; the other three government Servants of Mr. Doyle, when asked by him what time Nash went, denied all know- ledge of his going, but said they supposed he was gone to Sydney, where he had plenty of money and clothes in the hands of a friend, to get him out of the country in the first ship. That on receiving this information, Mr. D, reported his absence to the District Constable, and likewise to Chief Constable Jilks. That on the Tuesday following, it was re- ported to Mr. D. that his man was found drowned, on which Mr. Doyle and his broth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

PUBLIC NOTICE.   THE Undermentioned Persons have obtained Tickets of Leave during the last week, viz.— AIRDS. Jackson, Robert ....:...... Guildford (5). M'Nulty, John..... ...... Southwark Sheridon, Patrick...... ... Isabella (2) Squires, John............. Asia (2) BOTANY. Andrews, James:. ...... .. Grenada (2) CAMDEN. M'Gumery, Thomas ....... Brampton   HAWKESBURY. Flusky, Thomas..... ...... Guildford (3) Foulou, John .......... Mangles (2) Harding, James.......... Fame LIVERPOOL. Attwood, John........... Lady Castlereagh M'Namara, Michael....... ..Shipley (1) Swan, James .............. Hadlow (1) Wenman, Robert ......... Dick LOWER MINTO. Horragan, Timothy ... .... Prince Regent (2) Nicholis, John......... Asia (2) . MELVILLE. Thompson, Henry........... Elizabeth (3) NEWCASTLE.   Begrie, George ............ Agamemnon PARRAMATTA.   Barr, John ................ Speke (2) Bowdler, Henry........... Glory Britton, Thomas ........ Asia ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 July 1827

DEATH. DIED at his Estate of Home-bush, Aged 65, after a severe attack of Influenza, universally regretted, D'Arcy Wentworth, Esq. the oldest Magistrate in the Co!ony, many years Surgeon-General, Colonial Treasurer of the Colony, and Chief Police Magis- trate of Sydney ; all of which important offices he filled with singular credit to himself, and satisfac- tion to the public, of all classes and degrees. We feel real grief in recording the death of such a man as Mr. Wentworth. He was a lover of free- dom ; a consistent steady friend of the people ; a kind and liberal master ; a just and humane Magis- trate ; a steady friend ; and an honest man. Mr. Wentworth's talents were not brilliant, but they were very solid. To a great measure of prudence- and caution, he joined a stern love 0f independenee. He was a lover of liberty, on whom the people could rely. He was one of the greatest land-holders in the Colony, and perhaps the wealthiest man. But he considered his possession as calling ...

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To the EDITOR of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

To the EDITOR of the; IoNITOR. SIR? THE Influenza of late has carried off' many of our oldest and most respectable Emigrant Colonists; three of whom died on the Banks of the Hawkesbury within the short space of one small week. They all arrived in the Colony in: the same ship; viz. the Coro mandel. Mrs. Hall died on a Friday, aged 58 years; Mr. Mein on the Tuesday following, aged 66 years; and Mrs. Davison on the Thursday following, aged 66 years. IT is much to be lamented and regretted, by all her relations and friends, that the latter lady died of a bro ken heart, caused by the Influenza, and her great afflic tion for her unfortunate Son, who is now waiting his trial to come on at the next Criminal Court. I am, Sir, &c. &c. UIUMANITY.

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Baulkham Hills, July 10, 1827. TO the EDITOR of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

Baulkham Hills, July 10, 18I . To the EDITOR of the MoNivroa. IN your paper of to-day is a bill of rparket. dues, said to be owing by me to the late keeper of the market, (Moore) for sheep sold. by me to the Sydney butchers, some of which were bought at my father's farm, and the rest were bought at the Talbot Inn. I .need only say, that the demand made upon me by Moore is unjust acid illegal. The sheep above referred to never went inuto the market, nor was it intended they should go there. I shall not, therefore, pay Moore's unjust (however he may regret it) bill.. My statement I have sworn to; I therefore defy Moore or any one else to say it is untrue. I am, Mr. Editor, &c. &c. G. B. SUTTOR.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. .MR. EDITOR, How do you- account for actresses being so-greatly followed by the. nobility and gentry? It is occasioned at first, no doubt, by an idea, that an actress is necessarily easy of seduction. But as this applies not to those of character-those of respectable connexions, whose fa thers, mothers, or brothers, never leave them fdr an in. stant from the time they go to the theatres to the mo ment they returr home, how do you account for such persons mairying our nobility and gentry? And those who become concubines to our noblemen, do so from their ambition;. for it is n")torious they meet with scores of offers of marriage from persons of property, though of inferior rank to squires and noblemen. I think, Mr. Editor, an useful lesson may be drawn froin this fach 1 ascribe the fascination of actresses entirely to their masculine:talents, set off by femenine grace and accom plishments;: for in personal beauty they rarely excel. In figure: they certain...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

-- pp ' . tt1er ARRIVALS.-On Tuesday, the brig Dragon, from Rio (le Janeiro on the 29th of April. Lading, 1,200 baskets of tobacco, 24 .casks of rum, and sundries. Same Day, the brig Haweis, Captain Dibbs, from Port Dalrymple June the 2Sth. Lading 2,400 bushels of weat, and 6 bales of wool. DEPARTURES.-On Monday, the Tiger, Captain Richards, for Valparaiso. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-The Emma. IKemp, and Governor Sorrell, was announced to sail this Day. The brig Wellington, for Port Macquarie and Moreton Bay to-morrow. The schooner Hetty, for Port Dalrym-. ple, and brig Guide, for Batavia, on the 15th inst. . REMAIN IN HARBOUR, with H. M. Ship Rain bow ; the Alfred, Denmark Hill, Countess of Harcourt, Joohr Bull. BARQUES--Rool,, Lucy Anne, and Faith. Bliao -Dragon, Haweis, Perseverance, Woodlark, Fame, GToiler;-. nor Phillips, Minerva, and Anne. ScnooNERs-Elizabetl . and Mary, Samuel, and Prince of Denmark.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. Large supplies of grain from the Southward continued to pour into the. Market, and keep the prices at a' lowv standard. Wheat from the country, to day was not abuh. dant, and was also slack in demand. Maize remains nearly on late averages. Stock fetch their value. Sales by pri vate contract exceed those in the market, and. Butcher's continue large demands. There was little variation in other articles. The market on the whole was rather dull. Average price of Wheat from 4R. Gd. to 5s. 6de.per Bushel. Maize 5s. to 5a.6d -Barley 6s. 3d. to 64 6d.-Oats 48. -Butter 2s. to 2s. 9d. per lb.--Cheese Is. 2d. to 1s..8d. -Eggs Ir. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per doz.-Fowls 3s. 6d. to 4,. per couple.-Ducks 4s. Gd. to 5s. 6d.-Geese li1. to- '12r . Gd--Turkies 128.. to 15f.-Green Peas 2s. to 38.. per peck.-Oranges ls. to 1U. 9d. per doz..-Potatoes, 68. to 8S. per cwt.--Fine Flour 17:. 6d. sterling per ewt.-Bread bd. per loaf.-Beef 2s 8d. to 2s. 10d.gsterlng per stone. Mutton 2s. 10d. to 38. 2d....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

NATURAL HISTORY. In July or August, 1820, Mr..James Bogie, having procured three gulls of the black cap or pewit species, cut their wings and eudeavoured to domesticate them in the pretty little pond at Terrauhtie garden. But their curtailed pinions soon began to shoot again, and while one of them flew away and never returned, a second was unfortu nately found frozen to death one cold December morning. The third pewvit was thus left quite solitary, but as he had plenty to eat, he seemed to like his quarters passing well, and gradually became more and more tame, until his natural instincts, and the example of those wild gulls which are seen flying about in spring, induced him to resort to the marshy grounds, where the species are known to breed and rear their young, previous to their return to the sea-coast in winter. Mr. Bogie, of course, soon forgot his truant gulls, but the last of them, so far from forgetting him, re-appearing in April 1822, and screaming to announce his approach...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

MI~,r GIBBONS, Cooper, No. .1, Essex: Lane,. George i. v Street, begs to inform his Friends and the P, ul.ic, that he can supply them with new liogsheads frqm one 'to five hundred, at the shqrtest notice, and at as low a rate as. tl e f are made in London, warranting them to be perfectly tight to, contain pic)le, having already )nialae forty' which are now. filled with beef, and.by experience finds them to answer the purpose really better t Ian English-made Casks. They will be sold cheaper by a shilling or eighteen-pence when the duty of a half-pentnv a foot on cedar is taken off. lSydney, July' 12th, 1827.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.' j I SUN rises 5 minutes after 7. - I ,High Water, 30 min. past 9 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Nt. , . Sun sets 55 min. past 4. High Water, 5 min. past 10 Morn..-25 min. past 10 Nt. E IHigh Water, 45 min: past 10 Morn.-11 at Night. ! I Day increased 10 minutes. Sc M High Water 16 min. past 11Morr..-35 min. past 11 Nt. * I *- Day 9 hours 52 min. long. I j High Water,.56 min. past 11 Morn. 2 Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, c1n 5 min. 17 sec. after 12 mean time. 5th. Sunday after Trinity. ? High Water 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Af. St. Swithin. I High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Alt. - Last Quarter of the Moon, 40 min. past 6 Morning. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN T[Ii MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. TUESDAY ......... 51 62 58 Fine. WEDNESDAY...... 48 59 58 Cloudy and cool. THURSDAY ...... 49 60 59 Cloudy. FRIDAY............ 50 60 58 Do. SATURDAY .........

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, (Continued.) LIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

Cff)ttfe. arotb't citfgrinagt, , " . BY LORD BYRON. (Continued.) LIl. j And must they fall ? the young, the proud, the brave, .To swell one bloated Chiefs unwholesome reign ? No step between submission and a grave ? The rise of rapine and the fall of Spain? A. nd doth the Power that man adores ordain Their doom, nor heed the suppliant's appeal ? Is all that desperate Valour acts, in vain ? ' . And Counsel sage, and patriotic Zeal, The Veteran's skill, Youth's fire, and Manhood's heart of steel. ? LIV. Is it for this,'the Spanish maid arous'd, Hangs on the willow her unstrung guitar, And, all unsex'd, the Anlace hath espous'd, Sang the loud song, and dar'd the deeds of war ? And she, whom once the semblance of a scar Appall'd, an owlet's larum chill'd witb dread, Nor views the column-scattering bay'net jar, The falchion flash, and o'er the yet warm dead Stalks with Minerva's step where Mars might quake to tread ? LV. Ye who shall marvel when you hear her tale, Oh ! had you known her ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

To CORRESPONDE9T8S,--?r. Francia Battie, Auclioneer, of Newcastle, having consented to aqt as Agent to collect money due to the Monitor, Oice, for Newspapers and Advertise ments, our Subscribers are regaested to pay into his hands the amount of their bills when presented by him, and Mr. Battle will give them in return, printed receipts, signed withi Mr. Hall's name.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

DEATH. DIED, of a short but severe illness, at her House, Lower   Wilberforce, on Thursday, the 5th Instant, MRS. DAVISON, aged 66 years. She was a kind and tender Mother, a vir— tuous Wife, and a pious good woman; her Death is deeply felt and regretted by her afflicted Husband and relatives.              

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 July 1827

To TIIE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, To enter into a discussion with Chatamville, your Corres pondent, would be at once futile and derogatory. To endea vour to demonstrate to a man that his writings are inexpedient, and out of time and place, is a sorry undertaking; and this the more so. when he wilfully misunderstands his opponent's ar guments. or controverts them by abuse.--I, therefore, address you. THE. first letter from Chatamville I read; in his second letter, I observed my name-ANTI-HUMBUG; and that part of the letter where Anti-IHumbug was adverted to, I also read.; more, I could not. In Tuesday's paper (immediately after your leader)-I saw and began. reading a letter; but soon found, from the sub ject of " The Tides, '-that it was a third from my old friend' Chatamville. I immediately put the paper into the fire. AND how can you, Sir, whom I believe to be a man of sense, admit such writings as that of Chatamville into your Journal? Sir (say you)------there are no Magazines i...

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