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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

0TiHN GeOr rtr ypS =ti o the. . Do':e Inn,. J6 Goeorg tý$tli se~t,! t it his, agfl la the, Public, tbatiyj will s t '¶Ir tb Cooperino t oh of ,i,1 deycriptlon w el No3ik i. a ow t reuson- .

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Cow Pasture, July 21st. 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

To THE EDITOZ OF THE MONITOR.. Cow Pasture.. July 21st. 1t27. I am a man of Family, and' am sorry to say hitherto have not been a subscriber to the Monitor Journal,, with whose principles, until the other day,. I had not an opportunity of becoming acquainted. Ever since the debut of the first in. dependent Newspaper, I have taken it;. and have always con sidered, and still do,. that " the Australian'" is a paper which generally sjleaks the popular feeling upon those subjects that it handles., A few days back I borrowed from a friend a series of your Paper, and the perusal of a few numbers convinced me immediately, how mistaken I was in not having had.,it o1, ,g,.ago., . .confess,, that I allowed myself to be misle '!asto :its rel. character, by thji representation of a. neighbour: Who ..descrin ed its columns, as. teaming with rhap +sodi ??dls? , ý' favour of -tho Prison Popilation, calcu. Wed es d sld to exCie' this class to the commission of irrogularltie, anid to. insubordination...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

A decently attired manc a stranger: in S ney, crossing the Race 'Course at the back of Sytl n:es's' Church, soon after dusk on Friday'Evening, ii i a state of extreme intoxication, felt t tbhe ground,' a ~ .was·' shortly surrounded by three men, who sang cerenoinie. proceede&d to disencumber him of his aeipare. They were thus uncharitably employed, when twvo other per-' sons, accidentally emerging from the passage between' the Court' Iouse and the Chlrmrh, came upon' them. Immediatelyr they scrambledl toigether the divested+' garmpents, 'and made a precipitate retreat, leaving the uiEiortunate inebrient, Hat-less, Coat-less, Vest-less,? and' Shoe .less ; his pockets also penny-le?st One o~ the strangers pursued the fugitives but they were soon lost in the darkness of the night. The rob-bets had a good ", booty, the whole of the rob-bee's market produdets being about him, nor has he any remembrance of their' persons ° whereby they may be recognized. , IMPORTED Sphiits are aga...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises 58 minutes after 6. ; High Water, 30 min. past 8 Morn.-54 min. past 8 Nt. New Moon 49 min past 10 Forenoon. Sun sets 5 min. past 5. ) | High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn..-37 min. past 9 Nt. St James. fHigh Water, 10 Morn.-20 min..past 10 Nt. J St. Anne. _ High Water 35 min. past 10 Morn.-48 min. past 10 Nt. | Day increased 24 minutes. High Water, 11 min. pastl 1 Morn.-27 min. past 11 Nt F- Day 10 hours 8 min. long. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 6 min. 6 sec. after 12 mean time. S'i 7th. Sunday after Trinity. r N High Water 45 min. past 11 Morn. MoI ~ .I -High Water, 10 min. past 12 Morn.--36 min past12 Nt. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELDY TUESDAY ........ 43 60 58 Very Clear. WEDNESDAY...... 44 60 '58 Dd. THURSDAY '...... 44 66 60 Do. and warm. FRIDAY.......... 48 64 59 Very Fine. SATURDAY .....,. 49 63 61 Cloudy. SUNDAY ........ 5...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS, THE remarks, on the state of the Market for the last month continue to apply. Neqrly 5,000 Bushels of Wheat have arrived during the last week, and still larger supplies are expected, This description of grain was exceeding dull of sale on Thursdayand sold at reduced prices. Maize averages~,, from 6d. to 10, higher than wheat, anti finds $ quick demanrt.: No prime cattle were shown,, a few inferior fetched low~ prices, The Market ii othe respects was lively. Dealersw on the alert. Average price of Wheat from 4a. Od. to b5. Od. per Bushel. Maize 5a. to 5s. 64---arley (6. Oi. to 6s. 6dr-4.ata 3:. 10d. ,-Butter 2s. to sa. 9d. per lb.-Cheese l. d,. to :ls. 6d' --Eggs 1;. 64. to 2s. 9d. per doz.. -Fowl 3s. 6d. to 4i. per couple.-,-Ducks 4s. 64. to 5s. 6d.-Geea~ ll. to 12r Gd -Turkies 12s. f 1 i.--Greep Peas Os. to Os. pe peck.--OrangeB Is. to is. 94. per doz.--Potatoes ,Ga. to 8. 8. peroicwt.-Fine Flour 17,. 4d. sterling per cwt.-Bread 4.?d. per loaf.-Beef 2s 8d. to 2s. 10...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

'TO CORRESPONDENTS,--Mr. FranCis Battie, Auctioneer, of "CrtvWcastle, having consented to act as Agent to collect money :'.e to the Monitor Office, for Newspapers and Advertise mients, our Subscribers are regaeated to pay into his hands the amount of their bills whaes presented by him, and Mr. Battie will give them in return, printed receipts, signed with Mr. Hall's name.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, (Continued.) LXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

.. . ... . a I oBtilued-.J r U b ;" bel b 1b?&i iomes; a day of blessed iest. : '' 'iWat li?hows it ipoin THIS Christiin shore ? ,* *i . ?, isisacred to'a solemn feast ;- ':l ::' i'iieard you not the forest monarch's roar! Crushing the lance, he snuffs the spouting gore : ' f iiani anid steed o'ertbirown beneath his horn ! S ':'eh" i throng'd ARENA," shakes with 'shoits for more ! S Yelis the mad crowd o'er entrails freshly torq, i Nor shrinks the female eye, nor e'en affects to mourni ! IL. xX. The seventh day this, the jubilee of man. S .:London ! 'right wellthou" know'st the day of prayer* _ . Then thy spruce citizen, wash'd artizan,, And snug apprentiec, gulp their weekly air. Thy coach of Hackney, whiskey, one-horse chair, And humblest-gig, through sundry suburbs wheel, •To Hampstead, Brentford, Harrow make repair, Till the tir'd jade the wheel fprgets to hurl, Provoking envious jibe from each pedestrian churl. LXX. Some o'er thy Thames row the ribbon'd fair; Others alo...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Subossa, July 17th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MSONTOR. Subossa, July 17th, 1627. By mere chance I fell in the other day with a Gleaner--a Glcaner certainly Mr. 4ditor--a poor Gleaner He was crying with full mouth against you; but what the pur port of it was I know not. The acoustic noise and verbiage of,4his Serf in the common-field was on this wise i--Could we . demonstrate the derivative origin of Nations, by ratwcination equivalent to mathematical induction-could we ascend the sub. lime apex of demonstration, and thence discern why some men are the stultified anagrams of their species, oral helots, gas sonaders, grandiloquenters, rhodomantaders ; and some respire no more than the simple words of truth and honesty; could we '~b intellectual aberration, translate ourselves beyond oceans and mountains, knock stars from their spheres, and strangle the elements in their birth, we should then demonstrate probatum est, that in a state of pedicular locomation we walk with our feet ! MRI. EDITOR, why should a Gle...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

r an iili ainan; f#tsf1dii y 'd aii iii *Iy s :two6years .of hge,'t pui't 1hAir aith ii p init ing a `rape viton-Vss .`Iku?ledj ` 10 're etale , madip a. lady, tabb't ri ty-ii tve -`f diue ft rs ,t forat - proprietress of ?'res ectab'le ýe ntfiry for otig ýTlHdles - in the Commercial rdad. , Mis -Duffield, .econiji.iiled : by Miss Speincer,. lier 'iartiter, 'aind adthitliýidy;'ite ed e the office : such wa'v tie "iiitiial angdiih .?whehtic ?.d - to oppiess her, tlhat he was q',lte i??uiik le "to a?ii6rt Sherself;,' she was acconi iodatedd wtha chair, ah-*d'ehe Stiine elapsed before'she cbtf 'give'her eviidence. '!fit - e peýred that the 'prisoier had b'ee ktown to' ifEr 'sifie Htis 1, boyhood; both their f~iillies lihaiivring redddlht'1?f ldig s hain, ii .Norfolk, on strict tterms of 6tifitiacy. 'A~tiiit r ten days ago, the pri~6tierr arr"ed 'rd~im India iid . immediately called at 'the. house of 'lir irrier rtiid - 'he~self. He asked 'if they eduld 'aconii odt e Mi- W i~th -: i awa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

COURT OF REQUESTS. N OTICE is hereby given,. that all Causes, which were to be tried in the Court of Request, at Sydney, on Thursday, the 5th Instant, and for which Summonses were granted, will be tried on Thursday, the 2d Day of August next, at the Court-house, Sydney, and fresh Summonses will be issued to the Parties applying at the Office of the Registrar of the Court, free of Expense. TRE Court will be held at Liverpool, on the second Tuesday ; at Parramatta on the third; and, at Windsor, oa the fourth Tuesday of August next, as usual. H. G. DOUGLASS, Commissioner. July, 16 1827. WARNING. H AVING Rented the Orphan School Grant of 1000 Acres of Land, adjoining my Farm, on O'Connell Plains, near Bathurst, I hereby give Notice that all Stock found depastu ring thereon will be impounded, without Respect to Persons. 5th July, 1827. A. K. MACKENZIE, .W ANTED, a Young MAN, as Junior Clerk in the Bank of New South Wales, who will be required to write a good Hand, understand Accounts, an...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

DIED, at her residence at Chipping, Mrs. Wood, the wife of John Wood, Esquire, leaving her husband, five children, and a numerous circle of friends, to deplore her loss. AT Sackville Reach, near Windsor, on the 19th Instant, after a lingering illness of Catarrh, Mrs. Frances Doyle; wife of Mr.. Cyrus M. Doyle, in her'.27th year, leaving an affecc— tionate Husband and five children, to.deplore her loss.. Uma'a??' Hi mimiIm"mi t-".'~i a IH I/'llqnl; I·-_I

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MIONITOR, ON looking over The Australian of Friday last, I observed a statement therein, concerning an affray of which Mr. James Kelly is accused, and most wilfully wronged by the assertion, so, I beg you will through the medium of your valuable paper contradict the whole of the above statement; I was in Mrs. Durham's public-house on Tuesday Evening last, in company with Mr. Kelly, Jun. and a select party, when a young man whose name I did not know, forcibly entered the room, and asked if any one there could fight, to which all the company answered No, and ordered him out of the parlour; he said Jemmy Kelly was there who was his object, as he was said to be a fighting man, and insisted on fighting him or wringing his nose; Kelly got up, and told the man to quit the room or he (Kelly) would kick him out of his company; with this the man struck Kelly, and a scuffle ensued, when the parties agreed to fight in Mrs. D's. yard, but in consequence of Mr R. Kelly coming...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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To the EDITOR of the MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

To the EDITOR of the MONrTOX, "' A vile conceit in pompous words express'd,,. Is like a clown' in regal purple dress'd." ' " Such laboured nothings,.in so strange a style, Amaze the unlearned, and make the learned smile.?" SIR, I weighed the matter well . IN this scale, I placed all the saese, common and un common, that I could discove lr trougldout 'the last Gleaner. IN that, I' placed all the nonsentse, all the ainverted commas, 'all the Grub-street maptr, all the scurrility, and all the pomposity :-and:l saw at once that the other scale had nochance. So I threw the Editor- of the.Gleaner himself into the sense scale when lo ! it flew up towards the beam' with an impetuosity irresistible;, by mcins.whereof, my gantleman's head was horizontally flattelied, like unto a pancake-. HORRIFIED at the sight, (as you may well suppose)- I upset the scales: :the fall of. the Editor;of the-Gleaner, (which I had not calculated 'uLon),-caused him to utter a yell, which awoke me. I regretted the...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

&bt)fppfng: *tteligenre. ARRIVALS.--On Thursday, the Speedwell, from Port] Macquarie. On Friday, the schooner. Mafdeira Packet, Captain Williams, from New Zealand the 26th of June. Lading, flax, sawn timber, spars, &c. On Sunday, the? Governor Arthur, from Port Dalrymple onn the i'6th inst. Lading 1,000 bushels of wheat, 17 b as.of wool. DEPARTURES.-On Saturday, the brig Guitq, Capt. Ashmore, for Batavia. On Sunday, the p'hooner Alli gator, for Port Macquarie, PROJECTED fl1ART1TRES.--The Lord Liverpoo!, for Newcastle, this day. H. M. S. Rainbow, for the: India station on the 9,6th. The Lucy Anns, for Hobart. Town on the 28th ;. and the Faith, for Londgn direct, on. the Ist of Augtt.. The Coatses# of Harcourt, Captain Harrison, is ann6trtced to sail for the Isld of France, in all the next monthb. REMAIN IN HARIOUR.-Suers. Denmark /HiU, Countess of Harcourt, Ardent, John Bull, and .~fe4:. BARou,--Rolkl. Batas-v--Dragon, Haweis, Woodlark,,: Fame, Minerva, and Perseveran...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

' ENGOLISH MIS[BCELLANIES. BRaEAciI or PROMISE "P MARRIAGE. DANIEL. V. BOWLEs.-This was an 'action brought by Charlotte Adgusta-Daniel, against Charles iBowles, Esq. an officer in the 83rd regiment, for ,breach of promise of mar , riage. The defendant pleaded the general issue. Mr. Sergeant Wilde stated the case. Miss Daniel, the plaintiff, was only 18 or 19 years of age when she became acquainted with the defendant. She was the daughter of a Commissary' in the English army, who, .t the'termination of the war, had retired :to itaJy for the :ske of economy. There the plaintiff, and aniother cdiugbter,'were placed in a convent, with the view of completing their education, and in that situation at tractedlthe approbation and regard' of all who were ac-. qhuainted with them. When their father settled in Italy, the plaintiff and her sister were removed from the con vent to their fathers house; and while there, became acquainted with" the -defendant, :who was an officer in the army, aged ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONITOR. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

THE MVONITOR.. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1827. TaH last leading article in our last number, contained . strictures on a certain Government Notice of date the. -.1th Inst. That Notice informed the public, that cer rtain Colonial salted meat bought of" the Colonists by our Commissareat had turned out bad. We made re marks on this: notice, but we find they have not generally been understood. We shall therefore recapt ulate; but it shall be in a very brief manner. The Bombay merchant-ship,' from the East, brought to this Colony sometime ago, 600 or more barrels of American beef. It was the sixth quality of American .beef that is, the worst. It was No. 3, second class, which in the American victualling offices signifies, either =uiesound meat of good parts of the beast; or sound meat of the hock parts, namely thighs and shins. This sort. of meat. just pays the American Victualling ex porter to send to. the Isle of France, and other slave Sslands, to be thrown by the slave owners into the...

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LETTER TO MR. CANNING. Kensington, Dec, 27th, 1826. (Continued from Page 528.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

" ndi•to Dc, 2z*A, 1826w : ;(Copi4l~d~from Page 538.) Adaptithe.doctrine. of this newspppr, speech, and the Americapn skunk is nor bad, type .of, our governmient: men hats it and. despise it both: it would be knocked dogE and killed a hundred times over: but, it has the power of sendinig its stink out ppon its puirsuer; and tha.s$tink is, so dreadful, that it compels people to burn every garment that bas been touched by it, and, if it have toucbed their hair,. compels the: to. shave their hads. The skunk owes its security to the knowledge. w?Ll the, huntersshave, that it possesses this pestilent poQwr qf flinging, out its,horrid odour. But, when we camne- to. the pamphlets what a dull and ingonsistent affair. do we find! You do not, .here, talk, of a power arising ,,rom people under your banners;' for, here you sayrthgt you" wpuld avoid having them under your ban nfrs, if you could; and then comes the curious twist, that, instead of "the knowzedge that we possess this strength," whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

.GOVERNiMENT'` ORDER.' (No. 27.) COLONIAL SECRETAaY's OFFICE, JULY 16,1827. ' Hj IS ExCELLENCY the GovERNOR has been pleased I-to direct, that the Island forming the Southern Boundary of the Eastern Channel into Moreton-bay, shall be designated the Isle of Stradbroke, in Compliment to the Hon. J. H. Rous, commanding His Majesty's Ship Rainbow-the first Ship-of-War which entered Moreton-bay. Tas Point of Land on the Isle of Stradbroke (which is intended as the Scite 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. TUE Governor has further been pleased to name the Riven recently discovered at Moreton-bay (imme diately to the Southward of the Brisbane), the Logan, as a record of His Excellency's approbation of the zeal which Captain :Lban, the Commandant at Moreton-bay, has evinced in adding to the important Discovery...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

A N OVERSEER WANTFD, to take Charge of an Agri cultural Establishment at H-unter's River; also, the Management of a I)airy, keep regular accounts, and bring satisfactory references. Apply to Mir. Maziere, Pitt Street. Sydney, June 21, 1827. LADIES AND ENTEEN Sydney 16th, July 1827. LADIES AND GENTLEMIEN. T will be in the recollection of many of you, that I was one of the earliest promoters of your Establishment, and that I held a seat in its Direction until my retirement from the Civil Medical Staff of the Colony, to my Estate at Airds, a distance too great according to the charter to admit of my further continuance in the direction. Having returned to to Sydney, I beg leave to offer myself as a Candidate in the room of imy lamented friend the late Mr. Wentworth, and to request the honour of your suffrages at the next ensuing Election. I am Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, Wxl. REDFERN, To the Proprietors of the Bank of New South Wales. M GIBBONS, 'Cooper, No. 1, Essex L...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 July 1827

.DOMiESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ju'np usual half-yearly meeting of the old Bank IProprietors took place last Saturday, when a dividend of 14 per Cent was declared, and Mr. Redfern was elected to the Directorship without a disentient voice. It was determined after a desultory conversation, that to borrow unoney at 4 or 5 per Cent and lend it on Mortgages of land was not worth the risk !'! ! This was the reite ated opinion of Mr. J. T. Campbell aind others, but not of Dr. Douglass, Mr. Wentworth, &c. &c. Tdsi lovers of Gambling, whose apprehension in a disor derly hoise; we noticed in our last, u wnddrwent a final exam ,iniation on Friday. The fact of their participation in illegal gaes, of chance, and disorderly crngregation.together in an irregular house being satisfactorily; proved, George Onslow, of King Street, Comb maker, assigned servant to his wife, George Wright a dealer, holduing a Ticket of Leave, and old. Diamond, also an assigned Servant, were severally sentenced...

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