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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
.E. - 1WO-XTOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23, 1629. Agreeably to the wish expressed or un .Alrstood by the Presidents of our late Courts aIartial, that the Sydney Press should re fri n from publishing their proceedings till iy were all done and ended, we refrained Rr$m noticing the Court-martial held lately tLieutenant Cox of His Majesty's 89th loegiment of Foot, on charges preferred ,against him by Captain Wright of the same Regimen:. ' The judgment of the Court having been sBent in to the General above a fortnight, and iwdbeing free from Port l'acquarie affairs and the trial about the Parishioner's pew, to give some account of the late Court, we propose go publish a sort of review of Ve same. Ceptain Wright and Lieutenant Co' we piever saw in our !ive~o that we know of. A Thiey e alike indifferent therefore to us, ir x spect l of this ,ourt.martial, If we are now ' le e condemn or applaud the conduct ofei'lirtwi e sabillt be guided solely by the ,circum tances.connected with the sai...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. INTRODUCTION OF MERINO SHEEP INTO NEW SOUTH WALES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. INTRODUCTION OF MERINO SHEEP INTO NEW SOUTH WALES. To THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD. SIR,—In your paper of Saturday the introduction of Merino sheep into New South Wales is attributed to Mr. M'Arthur. The last number of the " Quar- terly Review," in noticing " Mr. Cunningham's Let- ter upon the actual State of Society in that Colony," also ascribes their introduction to the same gentle- man. Upon what foundation Mr. M'Arthur's claim to be so considered rests, the accompanying letters will show. The indiviuals who really conferred that benefit upon the colony being deceased, it is to them of no consequence to whom the palm is awarded ; but, as a matter of fact, it may as well be correctly trans- mitted to posterity.—I am, Sir, your's, &c. A CONSTANT READER. Copy of a Letter from Sir Joseph Banks to Captain Waterhouse, Dated Soho-square, July 8, 1806. Dear Sir,--I much wish to procure accurate in- &nbsp; &nbsp; formation respecting the ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
To TEan EDIToR or TUE Srpnan Megjiwoa, Hearing that the Government will Imprison you and suppress your Journal, if not by ea-officio, by the hundred and one available modea of annoyance which are in ius power, I am rather afraid to be known as your supporter, and have to request that you will in future send my paper wih 2 others to my old place of call, at Mr. *o*O,,o, without any direction on the envelQpe for me. But by no means send them through the Post oflice, or let it be known that I am your sub. scriber, unless you wish to blight my prospects. I shall call and settle with you when I visit Syd ney, not only for my own number but for the two secret subscribers that I have procured for you. This Town feels and knows the value of your exertions, and the farmers down the river would support you better than they do, but their crops have failed and they cannot display their grati tude this season. We begin to be alarmed for the safe holding of our prisoner servants, seeing that the ...
MR. PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
Notwithstanding all the' rumours about this man of ,"presentiment" resigning, I 4o not believe a word of the matter. No minister ever resigns; and if this man were to resign now, he would never be a minister again, This is my opinion. As to the SMATL NOTE BILL, it is impossible to repeal it without calling the p?arliament together ; and if called together for that purpose, the disgrace of the ministry would ring throughout the world. It cannot be repealed with any safety without another restriction of the Bank, and the parliament would, in fact, be called together, to declare the nationlIsolvenCt. If we complain of the Journalists of Paris for laughing now. what would their laughter be then ? I hold it to be impossible for the Duke of Wellington to retrain his power, if he abandon this bill, unless indeed (which is not impos -Tble), no soul on earth can be found to accept of his office. Besides, to give way upon this point, would be to ensure the destruction of every thing like cred...
TO HIS EXCELLENCY LIEUT. GENERAL DARLING, COMMANDER OF THE FORCES, AND GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ITS DEPENDENCIES, &c. &c. &c. Sydney Monitor Office, March 20th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
,OO)W ANDER OF 'THE FORCESAND GOVER. ? g$: or :°Nsw. SOUTH-WALES 'AN?~.fTS DE.: SpZIDACIE, &. &C. &C. : Syddney. Monitor :Offeice, March 20th, 1829. . Sxn, Yovn Excellency having done me the honour to allude in a very personal and specific man ner to the Journal of which I am not only the sole Editor, but also the the Proprietor Printer and SPublisher, I feel it will not be inconsistent with the respect which you have a r!gbt to claim from me, as the official Representative of my gracious Sovereign, to address this to you personally, to shew Your Excellency, that due regard is had by me to whatcver you are pleased to write of, or about me; for the Journal I conduct and its sentiments, are so exclusively mine,. that when Your Excellency condescends to criticise them, you criticise me. The first remark, which I beg to lay before Your Excellency is, that altbough in conse quence of Copt. Crotty, (39th Regt.) having by his charges against Messrs. Smith and Bell, ...
POISONING OF MR. GILBERT SMITH'S FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
GILBERT SMITH This Genleman, (late Store-keeper at Port Macquarie), took out a license to enable him to resume those old Premises in Castlereagh Street as " the Greyhound Inn," kept so many years formerly by Hazard, and which was then one of the few good houses in Sydney. The Grey- hound Inn of course became once more the re- sort of strangers. On Wednesday last, Mr. Smith found himself ill. On Thurday about 12 or 1 o'clock, more of the family became ill, and on ,Friday all the family, children servants and all. On Saturday, the cook and one child died. Two other servants were taken to the Hospital. One female servant, (who, with the deceased cook her late husband, had been five years in Mr. Smith's service was delirious last night. A fe-. male servant just sent down from the factory, was also very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and the rest had recovered.' Castor oil was used by all save Mr. Smith. Yesterday morning he took soda powders which made him new man Feeling himself greatly recov...
We beg to lay before our Readers the following document:— Sydney, March 18, 1829. (General Order, No. 36.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
We beg to lay before our Readers the follow ing document: Sydney, March 18, 1829. (General Order, No. 36.) The Court of Enquiry, which was assembled on. the 11th inst. for the purpose of investigating the allegations of The Sydney Monitor of the 9th inst. namely, that Captain Crotty of the 39th Regiment was in a state of inebriation on the night of the 27th ult. when he, being on duty, turned out the main guard in-George-street three several times-having reported its proceedings, the Lieutenant General is pleased to notify, that there does not appear to be any ground for believing that Captain Crotty was, on the occasion alluded to, in a state of inebriation, or in any degree incompetent to the discharge of his duty. The circumstance of Captain Crotty having turned out the main-guard three times in the course of his rounds when Captain of the day, rather furnishes a proof of his attention to his duty, than otherwise ; conceiving as he did, that the guard was not suffi ciently alert ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 March 1829
BIRTH.-On Saturday, the Lady of Deputy As- &nbsp; sistant Commissary General Howard, of a son DEATHS.. At his residence'in O'Connell-street on Thursday evening last, WILLIAnr BALCOMBE, Esq. Colo nial Treasurer, after a severe and protracted &nbsp; affliction. Universally-respected. At his residence in Prince-street, on Thursday' evening last, Mr. JoHN M'QUEEN, merchant
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 — 24 March 1829
DIARY. gSIOnN~DU Folt THIE ENSUING WEEK. *V TrONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE mORN'INa, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENINQ RESPECTIVETY. High Water,-16 m. p.11 morn.-;,5 m. p.11 ýi Neil Night." Sun rises, 2 m. p.'6, sets, 58 in. p. 5. _ igh Waterz, 4( p.p 11 morn '. Highi Water, '29 in, p. 12 Morn.-46 m..p.2 L Aft. High Water, 15 m" p. 1 Morn.-56 n. p. 2 * I Aft. Last Quarter. of Moon, 24 m. p. 5 Aft. c High Water, .30 min..p. 2 Morn.-G m. p 3 N eft.. -4th Sunday in Lent. Ao' High Water, '33 m. p. 3 Morn.-"5 in. p. 4 Aft. . I High Wrater, 36 m. p. 4 Mora.- 8 m. p. 5 M Night. ' StTURDAY .......... 76 89 75 N . E. Fair. :SUNDAY .............78 90 76 Do. Do. MONDAY ........... 175 88!75 Do. Ip. 'TUESDAY .......... 176 91 76 Do. Do. .:'WEDNESDAY ...... (78 90 79 Do Fair. S'1HURSDAY'..........72886j74.S. E. Showry. ",RIDAY ...........17OI8t.7ODo. Do.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
T~-HOPS 3X ASLIOr THITY pdckets of very superior HOPS uou Saleat Wao. 10 George-street. T. G. PITMAN, $ SYDNEY 'MONITOR; JOURNAL FOR SALE. 7WIlEREAS, in June 1827, the 1Propri. VV . etor and Editor of The Sydney Mornitor Journall rented for life of the Church War dens of the King's. Church of St. James, a e eyrtain pew, at the yearly rent of Three rounds per annum; and whereas, the Vene rable Archdeacon Scott, did. in July last, dfspossess the said Proprietor and Editor and 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 bis possession till the title be found or adjudged for the King ;" &lt;Bacon, vol. 5. p. 567); and whereas the £did Proprietar and Editor made certain com azlents; as he conceived, and still conceives, comments fair and reasonable, as became a free Press, on the public conduct ofthe said * Venerable Archdeacen Scott in general, and on his conduct in regard...
SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OP' TE LAS'T MARKET. d . .. *e .Wheat per bsh. 8 2 I DUcks. ... 0 5 Maize, do..... O1- 71 6 Fowls, per palt 0 4 8&lt; Barley, do.... 0 5 0 Geese, do:.... 0 1O 0 Potataes cwt.. 0 '19 0' Turkies, do. r.. 0 11 O Butter, per lb." 0 2 0, Hay, per ton.. 17 0 O` Eggs, per doz. 0. 2 6 1 Straw, per load 2 .0 V'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
. II ShlE bT the TUndereicnied, at the; stores of A. IS. Su'alKc, E~sq. the follow' .as "GOODS, imported per Jupiter, Wi H. , D1 from London; viz :. li, brandy 4 riScd gin tn. cases of a Ads. bottlep India long tIott e LOats CIlths, cashmeres Driles Saib jeans Power-loom shirtings Bomnbazeen', bowbazettes *Csanbrice, mualins Jaconete 9.6 arid78 prints French cambrics and cambri khandkerchiefs Silk bandkercbiefs Utmbrellas, parasols Velveteens, thiciýasette Cor'uroys, beaverteens. Muakets Haberdashery and millierey Straw and Leghorn bonnets Angola cashmeres Silk and cotton hosiery (Cotton braces Sadlery, bags Erown linen,.linen anid cotton cbecko Indigo and fig blue Cutlery; hardware ;F rench perfumery and artificial Sowers Loaf-sugar, corks A variety of foreign glass ware Alva Marina 0 Agr ultural implementa Oils land paints n furn tyre; . 1t re'sitve' aid bottled fTlrits - BARIOW lMONTEFJEI.Q CO. JUST arrived from London, and to be ob 'tained at Woods's, London House George Street,...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
APiping Intellianite. 4rivals-On Wednesday, the Lord Ltverpool frot New astle, eargo, 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 .drthur from Newcastle with coals; same day, the Governor Phillit' from. Moreton Bay with pine logs iand-spars. Departures--Oii Tuesday, the Z:4 iam Manningtofr for Batavia, in ballast; On Thursday, the Governor Ready for the Isle of France, in ballast; on Friday, the Isabella for Moreton Bay andPort Macquarlek yesterday, the' Eliza and George Canning for Londo with Colonial produce. Projected Departures---The Lord Liverpol to?) Newcastle this day; Henry Wel'esley and 'lebpaltr for London, with Colonial produces the 24th; the Surrey for New Zealand the 25th; the Tigress foV Hobart Town the 26tb; the Blues for Rio Janeiro and Macquarie Island the 29th.
IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
IMPORTANT DECISION. The case of Jane Nero was finally deterntlfted 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 D)iemien"s L. There she married a free Colonist of the name of New. He obtained permission to bring her with him to Sydney.' She was not assigned to her husband, bbut held a ticket of leave. She was taken up in ;Sydney some time ago for shop-lifting, and on a very saminary examination sentenced by our Sydney Bench without further trial to' the Fac tory, and to an extension of her original sentence Qf transportation, This magisterial conviction was uifterwards 'reversed, there being reason' to believe that she was not guilty of shop.lifting. She was taken up about six months ago and coin. 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 judg4 meuit of death wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
W Wd beg to Inform our Sublcribers both in town and eountry, they must consider the delivh y of their News .papers by, 3s to tho Post-master in Sydney as regan: *e friend; up the country, and to our news-carrier ct regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery. to them in law respcctively ; the same as if put *.to their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to 's by letter (post-pair) and, as far as we can, we gnill remedy the. evil. But we wiqnot be qnswey able for the delivery of our Journal jn a more eJ ctual ,snanner, than thus set forth. This is the condition 'ons which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. AMC. public are cautioned to pay no mone', nor make. any settle~ise'at on'aecount of the Prop; aetor of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED rectpt. signed by him in his own proper hand writing. Mcmuy paid on his account without such receipt, will' not be given credit...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
BIRTH.-On Saturday, the Lady of Deputy As- sistant Commissary General Howard, of a son. DEATHS. At his residence in O'Connell-street, on Thurs- &nbsp; day evening last, WILLIAM BALCOMBE, Esq. Colonial Treasurer, after a severe and protrac- ted affliction. Universally respected. At his residence in Prince-street, on Thursday evening last, Mr. JOHN McQUEEN, merchant.
THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
. _THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1829.. * Agreeably to' the wish eexpressed or un 4 rstood by the Presidents of our late Courts Martial, that the Sydney Press should re fraln from publishing their proceedings till they were all done and ended, we refrained from noticing the Court-martial held lately ,oa Lieutenant Cox of His Majesty's 39th -regiment of Foot, on charges preferred 1gainst him by Captain Wright of the same regimen:. The judgment of the Court having been ,seAt in to the.Generadl above a-fortnight; and pve being free from Port Macquarie affairs and the trial abouit 'he Parishioner's pew, to give some account of the late Court, we propose to publish a sort of review of the same. Captain Wright and Lieutenant Cox we niever saw in our lives, that we know of. 'Thcy are alike indifferent therefore to us, ir respective of this Court.martial. If we are now led to condemn or applaud the conduct of either; we shale be guided solely by the circumstatices connected with Ibe said ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 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 restor;:t'on is an act, of " mercy-pure unmixed mercy of the illustrious author." But if this mal-treated soldi"'r be at length restored, where is poor Sudds?" 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 as a soldier, and not as a :felon. Now we admit, that if His Excellency has 'done all this from a feeling of compunction,...
(Continued from page 1541.) TO HIS EXCELLENCY LIEUT. GENERAL DARLING, COMMANDER OF THE FORCES, AND GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ITS DECENDENCIES, &C. &C. &C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829
4.'C ed from W 54r.)7 oHis EXCELLENCY TIEUT NER.ONRAR DaLINGs, COMMANDER: OF TRE FOR Cs, AND GOVER TOR ov NEW SoUrT WAXVES AND ITS DE aVmDENCIE s, &C. &C. &C. o_ Syvdneyj Monitor Ojice, AMarch 20th, 1829. SIR, Yovn Excellency having done me the honour to allude in a very personal and specific man ner to the. Journal of which I am not only the sole Editor, but also the 1the Proprietor Printer and Publisher,: Ifeel it will njt be inconsistent with the. respect which you have 9 right to claim from me, as the offical Representativeof my gracious sovereign, to address this to you persondlly, to heow Your Excellency, that due regard is had by me to whatever yon are pleased to write of'. or about me; for the Journal I' conduct and its sentiments, are. so exclusively mine, that when Your Excellency condescends to criticise them, you criticise me. The first remark which I' beg to lay before Your Excellency is, that although in conse *quence of Capt. Crotty, (39th Regt...