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THE MONITOR. (TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1829. TO SIR GEORGE MURRAY, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES &c. &c. &C. Sydney, New South Wales, March 12, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

FaP.WLY ......... ; Iul7iTih. F. r JIQU. ri. THB MONITOR*' u3 j._ ý . _ - TTESDAY, MARCH 17, 1829. ro SII OEOROGE MIURRAY, SECiUETARi' Oir" l8ATE ' PR TnaR COLouIES &c. &C. &C. ydney, Nrcm South Wale:, March,12,'1829. S 8 + .. . ...' .4 ".t" -After seventeen years residprice in this country, -1 never in a single instance discovered, that a com plaint against th- Governors of these Colonies had be.es neglected; nor, if well founded, al lowed ''to remain uu-redressed. Such judicious; poiicy in Hii, Mlajesty's Home Government, is not likely to encourage His Majesty's distanit sub-; jects hiere. to come before the King with frivolous complatnts. 'The 'immense space that sepa rates New South WVales from England, and con s(quenlt prospect of;, ,. year,.or probably years of delay, damps the resenment cf 'the most resent ful, and calms the impatience of the 'most irrita ble. Wh:ile, therefore, the..beneficent attention our Sovereign has always paid: to the complaints...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

:'i.he inew:trial of the civil information in. ,.the Supreme Court of Rex v. Hall, for' a' .. trespass in a pew in the King's Church of ?' St. James, too?k place on Thursday. . It was fixed by the -Attorney and Solicitor General on the port of the King, 'and Mr. Keith for" the Defendant, to be tried before the. three : udegc: at Bar on that day. 'Our readers wi!l recollect, that this cause was tried once"' before by the Chief Justice and two assessors. ..In lieu of coming to a decision, the Chief SJustice, in pronouncing judgment, tsid, that the question was one of very great import Sance, and he did not like to comne to a deci tion on the law of the case, without:t?he aid' of the-other two Judges,. Accordingly, the facts were found by the Court, and a special ? verdict wan recorded. The Solicitor General' srlsubaequently complained of the 'verdict not` being sufficiently eaplicit. After being ar g'ud, time after time, the-defendant agreed,: at length to amend the verdict. But it wa...

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

:: !!?;etor,and Editor of Th?e Sydney Monitor -puarnaliprehted fair lifeiof the Church War-,. <leiss:of the King'W Church? of St ,.James; a] edirtain-i :pew,, at .the yvearly rent. of Three Pouinds per annum ; and' whereas, the Vene irable Arct/'deacon Scott? did in July last," disposesspQck the said Proprietor and EditorPS id his Family of the ?sid Pew, by force;• .to it, by; His Mjsty's Constables; o 4owith; sanding that thea lJune 1 , the priDefendant W.tIor;aSditbr~o of; The S~,,dneV jMonitor Shrnall no be ousted of his possession tille Chrch War-. iln-e thbe fouind ',r adjudged for the King es; vertaim lpew~, at the ;yeazrly rent· of Three (BP and, vol. 5. p. 567); and Where as the e rabin Arcitfdeacon SCOt*, did in. July liast,: diposesthe sidProPrpietor dand Editor made certairi co ied; ahis heamily of the said Petiw by forceives, to itom, bytis fa?ijt and.reasonstable, as riotwitbecameh etnding thatPress n the publiew conduct ofthe fesaidat Veil not be ouArsthdeac...

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

SALE BY AUCTION. BY MRl S. LYONS, ,. O:Wednesday, the 18th instant, at the resi S.&enCve of John Maugban, Esq. adjoining the 'asnk of New South Wales. i ? gE pURE PERSIAN HORSE SA. S LADIN ' Two mares, well-bred, in foal by ditto' Tmo Timor mare, with foal by her side;, by the pure Persian Stallion of the Raja-: of lsacub, andk in foal by Saladin SA Bay geltIing,- sixteen bands, well adapted for a chariot or pbeaton, and goes in sin gle barness SA ood cart, and a serviceable pack.horse One anre (FIora) 3 years old One elegant new dennett . 'Oie taudum, new fancy, with di ky Harness for both the above; nearly new A four.wheel gig One dray complete, 'with 3 good draught bul. locke and yokeas, bows, chains, and bar ness, for a team of 5, and well adapted for the mountains A good saddle and bridle : 110 Pieces of Roussia duck , AO Boltt of cinvas, various Nos. as8 Barrels of tar • 30 Cashk prime American beef 9 Boxes China paper Claret and c ther-?Frncch wines in one dozen cases...

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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 March 1829

DIARY. ;.. IMORANDUM FOl THE ENSUING WEEK. ,~3ZATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAICEN AT. 7 . THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. SNight. Sun rises, 2 m. p. 6, sets, 58 m.,p.,5. f High Water, 56 m.p 11 morn- - SHigh Water, 29 inm. p. 12 Morn.-46 m. p.2 f Aft. - High Water, 15 m" p. 1 Morn.-56.m. p. 2 d~t : N 1Aft. Last Quarter of Moon, 24 m. p. 5 Aft. -t I high Water, 30 min. p. 2 Morn.-6 m. p 3 S Aft. S- 4th Sunday in Lent. 1 igh Water, 33 m. p. 3 Morn.-5 im. p. 4 _ Aft. SHigh Water, 36m. p. 4 Morn.-8 m. p. 5 - 'J i Night. S TURDAY ....... 76 89 75 N. E. Fair. SUNDAY ........... 78 90 76 Do. Do. MIoNDAY .......... 88 75 Do. Do. vWUESDAY.......... 6 9176Do. Do. DWEDNESDA ......789079Do Fair. THURSDAY ..... 7286 74 S. E. Showry, Ik:DAY ...... 82? 70 Do. Do.

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

SYDNEY `MARKET AVERAGE.STERLING PRICES OF TaEr'' 1t MARKET. ' * £ s. d:' -Wheat perbsh. 0 8 2 Ducks ...... 0 : Maize, do..... 0. 7 6 Fowls,.perpair; 0d.'4, 0 Barley, do.... 0 5 0 Geese, do..... '0.1 0 Potatoes cwt.. 0 19 0 Turkies, do. ,o 0 II 0 ' Butter,per lb. 0 2 0 Hay, per ton.. 17, 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 0 2 6 Straw, per load 2 .0 STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.--Per 100 lb J ine. J Sfc4s 'Dixon............. 20s. . Cooper .............. 20 ' 1 Barker .............. 20 18 Raine........... ..I· 20. I.. 1 Darling Mills.......... 20 6 No. .81 George Street Sydney New SoulAth 4 EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLIBUBD -?.t p BY THE, PROPRIST?ib, EDWARD SMITH HALL.. ' aa.

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

Abipping intdltfgeurce Arivals-On Wednesday, the t ord Liverpool from Newcastle, cargo, coals; Same day the Mary Eliza beth from Moreton Bay and Port Macquarie, cargo, pine logs: same day, 'the Mary from Liverpool and Hobart Town, general cargo.. On Thursday, the Governor Arthur from Newcastle with coals;. same day,. the Governor Phillip from Moreton Bay with pine logs and spars. Departures---On Tuesday, the WIilliam MaranningtoI for Batavia, in ballast; On Thursday, the Governor Ready for the Isle of France, in ballast; on Friday, the Isabella for Moreton Bay and Port- Macquarie; yesterday, the -Eliza and George Canning for Londony with Colonial produce. Projected Departures-.-The Lord Liverpool fo:r Newcastle this day ; Henry WVelesley and leopatra :t for London, with Colonial produce, the 24th ; the Surrey for New Zealand the 25th ; the Tigress for Hobart Town the 26th ; the Blues for Rio Janeiro.r;G and Macquarie Island the 29th.

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London, 20th Sept. 1828. WALTER BUCHANAN'S Price Current of New South Wales and Van Van Diemen's Land Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829

jLondon * 2th: `'t. 1828 ,.:iWALTER BUCHANAN'S SPrk `' erren nof 2New Soutth Wales and -i ,au ,Diernen's Land Produce. WooL. (Duty free.) NEW SOUTH WALES. I. M'A. and finest flocks, of similar origin : 1st sort, per lb. 38. 3d.--4s.6d. 2nd. sort, do. Is. 6d.--.2s. 7d. Other kinds: best, do. Is. 41d.-la. 8Sd. inferior, do. 10d.--la. 3gd. L b's, best flocks, do. ,ls. 61d.--2s. 4d. ?? VAN DIEMiAN'S LuND' Best, do. 10d.--l. 2d. Greasy and inferior, do. 7jd.--8id. HnZs, Duty. dry 2s. 4d. wet Is. Gd. percwL. PEom 55 to 661bs. each, per lb. 5bd -· 40 to 55lbs. 4jd.-5d. losRNS, per 123, 40s.-50s. Duty 2s. 44. per cwt. WooD. Cedar, per foot .41d.--5d. Duty free, if 8 inches square, until 1st Jan. 1833. If not 8 inches square, duty tsa. per ton. Blue Gum, per load 71.-71. 7s. - Duty free, if 8 inches square or. upwards, until Ist Jan. 1833.' " Treenails, per 1200, 51. Duty 5 per cent. ad valorem. OIL, Sperm, British Fishing, per tun imp. 781. Duty Is. per tun imperial, if caught by the crews ...

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

To THE EDITOR OF Tri SYDNET %IONITOR, Sri, The pubilc sympathise with you for the systematic attacks you are every day more .and more exposed to; on accouut of your exertions to secure the liberties and the privileges of the people. .Your situation is perilous-it is at least unenviable, and how you can bear up against such powerful opposition, and continue your patriotic efforts for the public good, is mat ter of astcnishment to those who are ignorant of the feelings and fortitude of a genuine Briton. It is remarkable, that in every age where men of genius and sterling worth have made their appearance, that more than usual ignorance and want of public spirit have existed among man kind in that particular state. The people of this Colony are veryignorant of their political interests, and seldom give themselves the least concern about the modes of law or government, until they feel the effects, or apprehend the near ap. proach of innovation or arbitrary power. Our Colonists, it it tru...

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COBBETT'S WEEKLY POLITICAL REGISTER (Continued from page 1531.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829

COBBETT'S WEEKLY POLITICAL REGISTER (Continued from page 1531.) In that same ydar 1824, I, who was indignant at his conduct fin these journalists, and who knew the day would come, when dreadful retaliation would take place, combatted, as well as I could, this band of shameless and unprincipled writers, exposed the vil liany of the sentiments and their motives, and I put the exposure upon record. In the;25th Volume of my Register, from page 455 to page 633, both inclusive, are seven Letters, addressed by me t o the King of France, just after his restoration, In those Letters I endeavoured to show, that I at any rate, did not participate in the baseness then so much in vogue. The subjects of those Letters were seven charges, which I preferred against the English Journalists, which charges were in the following words. I charged them, 1. " With endeavouring to produce a ecll war I?n France, by the reviving and perpetuating of those political animosities, which the King had expressed his...

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

The. Gazette of Saturday positively affirms, that the restoration of private Thompson of, the 57th to his regiment, is at the sole instance of His Excellency the Lieutenant General, and is to be ascribed' to the benevolent disposition of His Excellency. The parasitical Reverend Editor says, Thompson's restoration is an act of " mercy--pure unmixed mercy of the illustrious author." But if this mal-treated soldier be at length restored, where is poor Suddsd? HE can not be restored either to honour or to his weep. ing widow and orphan!. The Order specifies, we understand, that Thompson shall not only be restored to his regiment, but that his back pay and allowances, shall also be made up to him; (this latter we do not believe) and it is said a suit :of regimental clothes has even been sent to Moreton Bay, to enable the poor fellow to return from the settlement ~s a soldier, and not as a felon. Now we admit, that if His Excellency has done all this from a feeling of compunction, and 'is...

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TO MR. W. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829

To, Mu. W**** . Sin, Having glanced over your letter in the OGa zette of the I2th Instant, declaratory of your ,non-interference with certain discussions in the public papers, in which report says, you have been identified, I bir leave to express my ro. fret for having mista?en the author who ha.i msidiously imitated your style, aadl adopted your political declarations, at least, if not your principles, to "injure you in the good ofhUi.on of your friends." As the letters alluded to are discreditable to their author, and vindicatory of dishounourable principles, for which you are not disposed to be responsible, you have, perhaps, acted with judg? ment in disclaimnin all participation with Colo. nial politics, during the last three years. No man any more than yourself, who lores the good opinion of his conntry-men, could bear to be held up to public derision, by associating him with such unconstitutional and scarrilous writers as, Ade!phos, Bilantor 9nd Acasto'; anti those political w...

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

DOMESTIC INT'ELLIGENCE. Mr. Colllcot of rthe brewery in Castlereagh Street, has sent us a dozen of his beer to pass our opinion thereon as we suppose. We can only say, that if Mr. C. sells such beer as this and never worse, London por er, (unless at a very moderate price,) will go out of fashion, ex cept with epicures in beer. We have received a letter from the Superin intendent of Convicts, stating that McQue was confined by him only four days in lieu of six weeks. If this be the case, we acknowledge we have done this officer an injustice; for al though fpur days in law may be as bad as six weeks, we can easily suppose the Superintendent might feel morally justified in exercising his discretion so far as four days, when six weeks would have been perfectly monstrous. IT is not commonly known that Mr. Justice Dowling is an author. We find the following politi cal work ascribed to him. " In a large octavo volume (containing nearly 700 ages) with an accurate plan of St. Peter's field, ...

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IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829

IMPORTANT DECISION. The case of Jane New was finally determinfed on Saturday by the three Judget. This woman; our Readers will recollect, is a prisoner of the "Crown married to a free man. She was trans ported from England to Van Diemen's L. There she married a free-Colonist of the name of New. He obtained permission to bring her with him to Sydney. Sh'e who not assigned to her husband, but held a ticket of'leave. She was taken up in Sydney some time ago for shop-lifting, and on a very summary examination sentenced by our Sydney Bench without further trial to the Fac tory, and to ai extension of her original sentence of transportation. This magisterial conviction was afterwards reversed, there being reason to ibelic.e ~te'i was not- guilty of shop-lifting$ She was taken up about six months ago and Cbol. mitted for trial for having a piece of stolen silk in her possession, knowing the same to have been stolen; she was lately tried, convicted, and judg ment of death was recorded again...

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

' Our Advertising Friends are re nested to do us the favour of send g,"us their Monday Advertisements soon after 9' o'clock as possible; otherwise out' publishing will be so jlate in the evening as to give gene ral dissatisfaction. IOT?ICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'he letter from a Subscriber at Windsor is re ceived, but the. matter if noe true are libel lous. Therefore the party must give us his name privately, with a.pledgc to hold by the truth of his statements. We are surprised indeed our welt.tishers should transmit us s, statements, to which they are backward to ag i their names. We will not publish their names, but we wish to know who our Corres pondents are, nnder such circumstancei. GOVERNMENT ORDER. (Ne. 12.) Colonial Secretary's Ofice, March 20, 1829. TIS Excellency the Goxernor announces, Swith much regret, the decease of VILtrA? BALcoI?ue, Esq..the late Colonial i Treasurer, which taok place at his house, in O'Connell-street, a little before 1? o'clock last night. K..The Fune...

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

jO such term of years as may be agreed upon, a IARM, containing foun x tiadred acres, situated in the district of Ap-, Jip, abc.ut twelve miles from Campbell Town, and bounded on one side by a branch of the Cowpasture river. The whole o the Farm is fenced in, and. divided into Laddocks. Application to be made to Mr. Meehan a the TMncquarie-field Estate.

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

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sir, Having seen a notification in The Monitor of Monday last, stating that the cultivation and ma nufacture of the castor oil would be of much im portance to this aspiring Colony; at the same time setting forth that there has not been so much as a single gallon manufactured in the Colony ; I must humbly beg leave to state; that there has been more than seven gallons manufactured at Port Macquarie by a soldier of the New South Wales   Royal Veterans, which was allowed by the best judges to be equal to any manufactured either in India or Turkey, it being in general use at the above station for nearly twelve months both for the officers as well as the General Hospital. The Commandant (Captain Crotty) sent a bottle to Dr. Evans, of the 57th regiment; also it was in spected by the principle apothecaries and surgeons of Sydney, who gave their decided opinion that it was equal in point of quality to any in Sydney. The same soldier made pro...

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

s E, by the UnderSigaed, at the tores of A,13. S?Pzs, Esq. the follow GOODS, imported per;Jqpiter, We H. pD. from London; vz :-; , brandy Swhiskey , Champage, Scheidawt gin incases of . din. iottles aIndialong cloths Slops . Hats Cloths, cashmeres Drills , Sati jeans powdertoom shirtings j ombaoeens, bombazettep Cambrics, musline Jaconets 9.8 and 7.8 prints French canmbrics and cambric hadkerchbiefs silk handkerchiefs Umbrellas, parasols Velveteens, thicksetts Corduroys, beaverteens bI1uekets Haberdashery and millinery Straw and Leghorn bonnets Angola Cashmeres Silk and coutton hosiery Cotton braces :Sdlery, bags BBrown linen, linen and cotto becheek 6 Indigo and fig blue Cutlery, hardware French perfumery and artificial flowers Loaf sugar, corks A variety of foreign glass ware Alva Marina Agricultural implements Oils and paints Foreign furniture, English preserves and bottled fruits J. BARROW MONTEFIEIRO & CO. JUST arrived from London, and to be ob tained at WVoods's, Londo...

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

- TY T pockets of very syperior BOPS tale. at?fo. 10 George-street. T. G.. PITMAN, ;S -SYDNEYE MONITOR JOURNAL FOR SALE.. 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, thh Vene 'trable Archdeacon Scott, did in July. last, dispossess the said Proprietor and Editor aniid 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 Kingt' EBacon,. vol. 5. p. 567); and whereas the .n0id:Proprietor and Editor made certain-com rihhts, as he conceived, and still conceives, counpents fair and reasonable, as became a free Press, on the public conduct ofthe said 'V?enerable Archdeacen Scott in general, and. on his conduct in regard to the said pew, in particul...

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

- be ? eg to inform our iSubscribersbroth i. town and c'-ountry, they must consider the delivery of theiy News -papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards ' etarfriends up the country, and to ,our neiws-carrier as regards our friends in T'own, a valid deidvery :, tthem in ,law respectively; the same as If-put ,~hio their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive .d~eir papers regularly, are requested to complain to "" by letter (post-paid) and, as far as we can, we t ll remedy the evil. But we shillnot be answerable S br the delivery of our Journal in a more effectual e:.anner, than thus set forth. This is the condition So" which we sell our Journal, andof which we hereby ,a Vuest all our Subscribers to take notice. '.e public are cautioned to pay no money, nor nmahe any settlement on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED receipt. signed by him in his own proper hand writing. . MIaney paid on his account without such receipt, will mot be gi...

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