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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 July 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES.   MEMOIRS OF MRS. SIDDONs.--In 1783, upon Mrs. Siddons's benefit night, " seven rows of, the the pit were laid into the boxes, and her book was literally the Court Guide. This benefit produced to Mrs. Siddons no less than 650l.; but Lady Spencer gave ninety guineas for her side box, and Lady Aylesbury a bank note of 50l. for an upper box."' Prior to this event, two sisters of Mr. Siddons had appeared at Drury Lane, but without success ; and Stephen Kemble's debut in Othello was an absolute failure. At length, on the 30th of September, 1783, John Kemble came out in Hamlet, and retrieved the honour of his firmily. In October, 1783, Mrs. Sid- dons paid a visit to Dr. Johnson. The Doctor says in a letter, " Mrs. Siddons behaved with great modesty and propriety, and left nothing behind her to be censured or despised-neither praise nor money seem to have de- praved her. I shall be glad to see her again." When Mrs. Siddons entered the room, there happened...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 July 1827

THE MONITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1827. Is WE are surprised General Darling should not have thought it impolitic, to say the least, to act upon his t own will and judgment, in opposition to seven, or a , great majority of seven of the Sydney Justices, who it or is considered by most are as experienced and sensible ma n gistrates as any in the Colony. He has it seems, been pleased to set aside their decision in the late case of James Hindhaugh, the ticket-of-leave man, and has de ,F termined on punishing him in the manner which the said e magistrates, after long and solemn deliberation, consi d dered inexpedient. As we said lately, we believe the 6 General to be a man of firmness; but firmness degene r- rates into obstinacy if exercised from mere waywardnesss and the pleasure of shewing one's power. Power is ° given to the Governor for the same purpose as it is given to all those who possess power :--for the benefit of the governed. If respect and deference be due fiom the go ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 July 1827

;: TE,.1[NT ER.. 1ýL /ýa ,LO?:° hiB =BE " ICE, 14th JýLY, 1821. . Consequence of the sev~ireIndisposition of JAMES' S HoLLAND, Esq. His EXCELLENCY the Governor has been pleased to grant himaLeave of -Absence, and to appoint HENBY GRATTAN DOUGLASS, Esq. to act as Commissioner of the Courts of Requests. His EXCELLENCY has been pleased to appoint Mr. RICHARD ALLEN to be Registrar of the Court of Requests, By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE JULY 14th, 1827. HE Great Interruption which is occasioned to the Despatch of Public Business, by numerous personal Applications made at all Hours, has rendered it necessary to request that Persons, having Occasion to Communi cate persoually with the COLONIAL SECRETRY, will call at his office, between the Hours of Eleven and One o'Clock. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. PUBLIC NOTICE, • MHE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates * I of Freedom, during th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 July 1827

TO BAKERS AND THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC. FLOUR, POLLARD, BRAN, &c. of the-besr quality, Sproduced from the finest wheat. grown in this or,'the Sister Colony, may be had of the undersigned in any quaati ties. Orders for Flour for exportation will be executed with depatch. The highest price given for good clean Wheat. THOMAS BARKER. Steam Engine Wf'arehouse, Sussex Street. CAUTION. rlHE undersigned gives notice, that all Persons are forbid 1 den in arly possible manner or way, from tresspassing on her Land, situate between the Grants of Phillips and Boughden, Son the second Branch of Hunter's River, near Patterson's SPlains; should any Person or Persons, continue, to 'do so, .in future, such Person or Persons will be proceeded against, and prosecuted according to law. . S. M. WARD. No. 47, Upper Pitt Street. JUST landed from the Mary Hope and Elizabeth, and e on Sale. at the " Australian Iron Warehouse," George Street, Sydney, opposite the Market Place; Iron of every description. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

TI TANTED TO BORROW BY WAY OF MORTGAGE .V 3 or £400r for the due re-payment of whicth undeniable Security. will be given upon good Landed Property. Fur further Particulars application by Letter is requested to, be made to A. B. Rose' and Crown,, Castlereagli Street, Sydney. WITANTED ,a Pastry Cook, ti whom most liberal' Wages WVV ·will be given. None nieeda ~lyl who. does:not tho-: roughly understand his Business and of an inqexcppionablo, character. Application to iemade at'the Monjtor Office.. W ANTED, an Assistant in the Commercial Department: V of Pitt-street Academy. Apply to Mr. J., :lc?hri~ut No, 67 PittLtreet,

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. THE remarks on the state of the Market for the' last month continue to 'apply. Nearly 5,000 Bushels of,Wheat have arrived during the last week, and still larger. supplies are expected. This description of grain was exceeding dulI of sale this day, and sold at reduced prices. Maize averages; from 6d. to 10d. higher than wheat, and find a quick demand.: No prime cattle were shewn, and a few inferior fetched' low prices. rThe Market in otlihr respects was lively. 'Dealers on the alert. .. Average price of Wheat from 4s. Od. to 5s. 0d. per Bushel. Maize 5s. to 5s. Gd-.Barley G6s Dd. to 6s. 6d.--Oats 3s. 10d .' -Bitter 2s. to 2e. 9d. per lb.-Cheese is. 2d. to is. 6d -Eggs Is. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per doz.-Fow~ls 3s. 6d. to 4i. per couple.-Ducks 4s. Gd. to 5s. 6d4=-Geese 11i. to 12x. 6d-=-Turkies' 12*.' to 15l.-Green' Peas Os. to Os. per" peck.-Oranges Is. to Is. 9d. per doz.-Potatoes 6*." to 8a. per cwt.- Fine Flour 17... 4d.' sterling per cwt.-Bread 41d. per loaf.--Becf ýs 8d....

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. (Continued.) LXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

..BYi:LORD BYRON. (Coninued.) LXIII. .,~ I.?Of 0 t hereafter.--Ev'w amidst my. strain . :? ; turn'd aside to pay.my homage here . "''. ; orgot the land, the ons, the maids of Spain, -Her fate (to every free born bosom dear): , Ami haild TIlDE, not perchance without a tear. S Now to my tleme-.but from thy' holy haunt Let ime some.remnantf some memorial bear ; * Yield me one leaf of Daphne's deathless plant, S.:N'or let thy votary's hope be deem'd an idie vaunt. LXIV. . aUt: ne'er didat: thou,- fair Mount ! when Greece was young, See round thy giant-base a brighter choir ; No? e'er did Delphi, when her priestess sung S The Pythean hymn with Bnore than mortal fire Behold u train more fitting to inspire The song of love, than Andalusia's maids, Nurst in the glowing lap of soft desire : Ah !" that to these were given such peaceful shades As Greece can still bestow, though Glory fly her glades! T " LXL. Fairf is proud Seville ; let her country boast Sier strength, her wealth, her siteof a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

to (ojspo DSNT8;- Ir7 airecf "Battie' .ductioneer, of !' NetrcatIle, hA ing bconented to actas Agerit to collect money d'?tihilte 'Monitor O?ce,. A Newspapers and A'dvertiae mAit,, ori' ;Subsicribers are regaeated to pqy into hisA hrands stkei amount of 'theit :bills wheaen presented by him, and Mr. B?itti? will give them in return,'printed recepts, signed with Mr 'Hall's name.',

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. . SUN rises 2 minutes after 7. I High Water, 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. Sun sets 58 min. past 4. High Water, 33 min. past 3 Morn..-5 min. past 4 Aft. High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.--8 min. past 5 Even. SI? Day increased 16 minutes. SKing George IV. crowned A'. ). 1821. S I High Water 40 min. past 5 Morn.--14 min. past 6 Ev. Margaret. Iigh Water, 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 min. past 7 Ev. Day 10 hours long. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 5 min. 17 sec. after 12 mean time. '6th. Sunday after Trinity. High Water 41 min. past 7 Morn.--8 at Night. S Magdalen. . I ? I High Water, 15 min. past 8 Morn. VARIATIONS OF THERBMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC ,TIVELY. TUESDAY . ....... 52 63 .59 Fair and mild. WEDNESDAY....... '50 5 60 Fair and cool. THURSDAY ...... 52 60 571 Showery. FRIDAY.......... 49. 61 58 Cloudy. SATURDAY ...... 50 63 .62 Mild and Clear. SUNDAY ....

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

THE 1YONZITOR. " " 1URSDAY EVENING, JULY "19, 1827. "AT a meeting of the magistrates, held at Sydney, on Saturday, the 14th day of July instant, 1827. J. T. CAMPBELLi Esq. in the Chair. EDWARD WOLSTONECRAFT, ESQ. F. A. HEALY, EsQ., Pspresent, F. N. Rossi, Eso." St •RIxCHARD JONES, ESQ. JOHN DALBUNTY,. ESQ H. G. DOUGLASs, Esq. A. K. MACKENZIE, EsQ. A series of publications in the Sydney Gazette, pur porting to be strictures on the Superintendant of Police, Dr. 'Dalhunty, having been brought under the consi deration of the Bench, it was resolved. that the magis trates feeling the highest indignation at the series of aftacks made by the editor of the Sydney Gazette upon the Bench, through their chairman, the Superintendant of.Police, Dr. Dalhunty; but, more particularly by that which appears in the Sydney Gazette of the 9th instant, in which threats wi: even presumed to be held out, do determine, that no reporter from the Sydney Gazette be permitted to take notes of the proceedings of ...

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Police Office, July 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

Police Ofice, July 14, 1827.   I am directed by the Bench of Magistrates this day assembled at the Police Office, Sydney; to transmit you the enclosed resolution. I am, Sir, Your Obedient, Humble Servant,   WILLIAM LOVE, Acting Principal Clerk. To Mr. Robert Howe, Editor of the Sydney Gazette, &c. &c."

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TO MR. CANNING. (Continued from Page 522.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

- . (o1Citnutasne 1 -;Page 5tg.)_. S1heogiug dF lFnee.his,:atpresent, nio occason to-,move, a man. Our crusade for thie'n~ e constitutiodnof Portu- lis' dite entdgh'tosaisfyl'ifl. '"Thatigives 'us .the cpenses of `considerable war, withouit cost or trouble to'Fttince. T'ime will show him what effect this will ha~e" upokn ouir paper money; "and, he will, doubtless, act' according to .circumstances, always ?having the power to renain at: peace without dishonour,:and alwayshaving a' preteit ofor 'war; 'for, if he hiad no 6other grdund, the speech tohichl has been ascrabedito ' you would 'be a ground wiudhlistrofger than 'that tvhith'ehas rfrequently given rise to war?9 . . Tar~, a capitulation, which I 'shall' insert 'below, it appeas,:.that the Royalist party in Portugal are already' the strongest; and, which is. very material, a part of the capitulation provides, thatthe officers and others, -friends, of? the; new constitution, shall be' detained in the fortress,! to protect them fro...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

A MANUacRIPT copy of the above was transmitted to us by. some unknown person, (to whom, however, we feel obliged) enclosed in half a sheet of foolscap paper, with the words For the Monitor," written withinside. The Australian of yesterday makes ample remarks on it. We thirik the document of suficient importance to do the same. IF the old Police Court, the Chief Clerk, the Police Officers, and the sub-clerks of Police, were accommo dated with seats at a table, and which seats and table' were defended from, intrusion by a framed wainscoting all around, of some four feet of so in height. ThF late Nlr.r. Wentworth, Mr. Rossi, and Mr. Healy, permitted Sthe reporters from the three public presses to take their seats freely at this table,' within the said enclosure, and even allowed them a dip or two of ink out. of His Ma :jesty's ink-stands, then and there placed, ,without indict inig them then and there for petty larceny. When the new Police-Court was fitted-up, the same sort of table, f...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

.N GOLIH ISCELLANI.r PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. PARIS, DEC. 3O.-The result of the discussibus on the alfiirs of the Peninsula, in botl, Chaibers, is a decided 'impression that the statesien of Enigland are anxious at present to follow a pacific ipolicy, and a general belief that peace will be preserved., But the lessons which may have been learnt on the subject during the rnst fortnight, in every saloon of Paris, and even from the language of every convers~tion, ought not lightly to be thrown away. In the first place, there can be no doubt that the more elb quent' than prudent speech of Mr. Canning, on the King's .iessage, constituted one of the greatest difficul ties with which the French Ministers had to contend in preserving their temper and their independent course, aiid the fury of one part of the Chambers, and the sarcasms of another. Some of the expressions in that speech deeply wounded the prejudices of a part of the nation, aiid had nearly eckited. the pride of the whole. The ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

1'bippiin *ntelligntr3uet . ARRIVALS.-On Monday, the Van Dieman's, Liaud Company's Schooner, Hunter, Peters, Master, frnm .Port Dalrymple on the 9th instant. Passengers--ifessrs.'. Roberts,' Elvin and Hamilton. Lading- ,O000 bdiiels. of Wheat, 100 Kanga:oo skins, and 40 Seal do. -Sazne. day, the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle. On Tuesday; the Cutter. Currency Lass, Young Master, from Hobart" *Town and Port Dalrymple on the 12th instant. -Pas sengers--Mrs. Elvin' and servant. Lading---2,525 bushels of Wheat, 5 tons of Potatoes, Skins, &c. DEPARTURE.-Yesterday;: the' Schopnei Iletty for. Port Dalrymple:. SPROJECTED' DEPARTURES.-The- .Guide, -for Batavia, this day. The. ,Lord Liverpool for Newa ste,, and Alligator for Moreton Bay, via Port Macquarie, on Saturday. The Barque Faith for London on'thb 1st' of August. "The Aiihe for Timor, aid Gdvernor 'Phillips for Norfolk Island will sail shortly., :REMAIN IN HARBOUR, with H. M. Ship Rain bow ; the.AlJfrd, Counters of Harcourt, Den...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   FROM the very successful commencement of the Whale Fishery, in V. D. Land this season, the merchants there are more and more confident that oil and not wool will ultimately prove the grand staple of these Colonies. Almost every bay and inlet round V. D Land is unusually crowded with Whales ; and swarm and spot in open view of the Settlement at Circular Head. The oil of the spermaceti or Cachelot whale, is worth £70 per ton; the spermaceti itself still more valuable, is often found in the immense cavity of the skull, in such quantities as to fill 18 or 20 butts, (Correspondent.) THE work of demolition has commenced upon that complete eye-sore, the old Orphan-house, in George street. We understand the purchasers of the ground intend to begin building on it very speedily. A PRISONER belongng to No. 5 Iron-gang, being brought before the Parramatta Branch on Saturday, when called on for his defence to the charge preferred against him, proceeded to in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

LOST or Stolen from my Dwelling House some Time since, the Deeds of my Farm, containing 15 Acres, purchased of Mr. James Carney, of Prospect.   Whoever will produce the same to Mr. J. Hodges, Parramatta, will receive a Reward of 8 Dollars in order that the Parties may be brought to Conviction. Any per- son found possessing the same after this notice will be prosecuted as the Law directs. LARRY HALFPENNY. Prospect, July 11th, 1827. STOLEN or PURLOINED from Captain Cox's Farm, at Mulgoa, on Sunday last the 8th Instant; the Deeds of a Farm belonging to John Dalton, of Currijong, granted by the late Governor, Sir Thomas Brisbane, the Certificate of the same signed by him. I also caution the Public against purchasing or advancing any money on the said Deeds. Whoever is found to be in possession of the same after this Notice will be paosecuted, and any Person bringing the same to the Monitor Office, will recieve a Reward of Three Dollars. J. DALTON. r 'HE Subscribers to the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

HIORSE BAZAAR, AND CARRIAGE MART. 'R. PAUL, res: IVlr .peetfully ac quaints the Ge ntle men of New South VWi4le§, ,that with a view to facilitate the .,ale of Horses, and ,itthe receommenda'r Sdon'of his numerous Patroris, h as lia de;. termined upon esta. blishing. a monthly Auction, for their disposal on equitable termns,at his new Rooms Georgre Street. Gentlemen having Carriages or other vehicles, 'Harness &c. to dispose of wi. find a quick market in this way. Previous to the commencek meat of the peri6dical sale (of which due notice will be given,) arrangements will be made for the reception of Horses previous to sale. Particulars of age size and breed of the Animals; will -be-reqiiired?efore announcement, of Sale., . J. P. invites the attention of Farmers and breeders of Horses, in the interior, to the above; confident that it will be productive of advantage to buyers and sellers, . and tend to 'promote the imlprovement of that branch of internal trade'. (George Street,...

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Domestic Intelligence resumed. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

Domestic Intelligence resumned. His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor of Van Dieman's Land on the recommendation of Chief Justice Pedder, has granted a pardon to Mr. Lathrop Murray. A NEw Schooner .called the Resolution, built by Mr. Jonat'han Grifliths, on the river 'L'amar, and sa.d to be a very 'fine vessel of 66 tons burthen, riiay be shortly expected from Launceston. TaP: sale of the Government Herds at Emn Plains, took place last week. - Two days were occupied in the disposal of the Cattle, &c. t9 the amount of £7,000. The principal purchasers were Sir John Jamison, Major Lockyer, Captain Duinaresq, Dr. Douglass, and Messrs. Mackintyre, Perks Walker and F. E. Forbes. Mr. G; Paul, was the Auctioneer. A melancholy instance of the perilous consequences which result from' the incautious use of fire arms, occurred on Saturday last in O'Connell Street. A mechanic, named Greenaway, in the employ of the Colonial. Secretary, was. conversingwith a friend nanied Gimn, on the con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 July 1827

:_Is EXCELLENCY the GoVERNoR has been pleased Boundlary of the Eastern "Channel into "Moreton-bay, shall be-designated the Isle of Stradbroke, in Compliment to the Hon. J.. HI. Roius;, c'iinandiig His Majesty's Ship Rainbow--the first Ship-of-War which entered Moreton-bay. Tau Point of Land on the Isle of Stradbroke (which is intended as the Seite- of a Public Establishment,) opposite to Paul's Island, is "-named Dunwich; and the -Anchorage where the Rainbow` lay, Rainbow, Reach. The Channel between the Isle of Stradbroke and More ton-bay is named Rous's Channel. -2d. THE Governor has further been pleased to name the Rivet recently discovered at Moreton-bay (imme diately to. the Southward of the Brisbane), the Logan, as a recordbf His Excellency's approbation of the zeal which Captain Logan, the Commandant at Moreton-bay, has evinced in adding to the important Discovery made by Mr. Oxley, the Surveyor General, of the River Bris bane, in the Year 1823. By His Excellency's Command. AL...

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