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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829

Oar Advertising: Friends Tare re-" gdested to do us the favour of send ing us their Monday Advertisemerits as soon after 9 o'clock as possible; otherwise our publishing will be so late in- the evening as to give gene ral dissatisfaction. ' frrVcE TO" CORRESPONDENTS. g'e. letter from a Subscriber at Windsor ti re ceived,, but the tzatters if' not true are libel tou:. Therefore the party, must give us his Dome privately, with a pledge to hold by the autfi of has statements. We are surprised fndeed our 'well-wishers should transmit us ulatemen ts, to which they are backward to gfix their names. We will not publish their rnzmes, but we 'wish to know who our Corres pondents are, uwder such circumstances. GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No, 12.) Colonial Secretary's Ofce, March .20, 1829. H I Excellency the Governor announces, with much regret, the decease 'of IWILLIAM BALCOMEC, Esq.. the late Colonial '&easurer, which took place at his house, in O'Connell-street, a:, little before 12 o'clock ...

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POISONING OF MR. GILBERT SMITH'S FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 March 1829

POISONING OF MR. GILBERT SMITH'S FAMILY. This 'Gentleman, (late Store-keeper at Port , Macquarie), took out a licence to enable him to) resume those old Premises in Castlereagh Strcet as " the Greyhound Ian," 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, M. Smith found himself ill. On Thursday about 11 or 12 o'clock, more of the family became ill, and on Frilday 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 huxband, had been five years in . Smith's service was delirious last night. A 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 h...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

SYDNEY MAR , AVEBRAGE STERLING PRICRS- OP THE. S. MARKET. . Wheat per bsh. 0. 7 6 Iucks ...., 0' Maize, do..... 0 7- 6 [Fowls, per pair, '0·i' Barley, do.... 0 5 0 ..Geese, do ..:. OI Potatoes cwt.. 0&19 0 Turkies, do. .. 0 Butter, per lb. 0 2 0 J Hay,. per ton.. 1; Eggs, per doz. 0 2 6 Straw, per load. 2 .STERLING PRICES OP r?'OUR. -Per 100 o I,.Fine. Dixon................. 20-. I.} Cooper .............. 20 Barker ............. 200 taine.: ............ 20 Darling Mills............ 20. 60 . No. 81 George Street Sjydney New S EDITED, .PRINIED, AND, PUILIS BY THE PROPetII'TO , E. ,DWARD SMITH HAL i~.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

To THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY Mzo?ITOR, SIR, Julia Crawley, was sentenced by the Bench of Magistrates at Bathurst, on the 16th day of Sept, 1828, to six months to the. Factory. Hior hus band Ebernezer Crawley, came from Bathurst at the expiration of the sentence, to claim his wife (she being ordered to be returned to her hus banid,) but on applying at the Factory, he was in-, formed, that the time was not expired until the -3th of April next. "She was detained in the gaol at Bathurst one month of her sentence, for want of conveyance. Mlpjor Innes has written a certificate, saying in his opinion the wvon.an ought to be dischariged, as her time was expired, but the Committee think otherwise and resolve on the sentence of six months being all served in side the Factory. The husband at great expense had to lgo fdown to Sydney to see His Excel lency upon the subject, and ultimately, received an order from Lieut. De La Condamine, to have his wife restored to him. Quere, will he get her ? I ...

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Portuguese Intrigues. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

Piortuguese inlrigue&. TxMzEs.--Ministirs' themselves oughtsto know, that the most sinister rumours.are . afloat, respec 'ting an intrigue, (in which they are, said to be deeply dipped) now carrying on for the removal of the young Queen of Portugal from beneath. the protecting arm of Btritain. We say they ought to know this : for if they are innocent of the fact,. they, may also be ignorant of the mur mured charge; and if they are' committing the offence,.they should learn, that they do not escape obhervation. 'It is said,;; then, :that they haveincited or prompted Austria, tosend: a minister to themselves; to demand from them formally, the surrender of the. person of the young Queen of Portugal: 'and such minister or agent is accordingly arrived-*oa Moveur. L-----. - and is in the full eecutiop of ' Sceited musiiidn, ie uiring th'iimpottant and ..it.' in little body, to e deliverel up to the Em ` Sustria t ha0te vois---in isch terms, probablý they would not have used, but f...

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ANTI-THEATRICAL CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

ANTI-THEATRICAL CLUB. To THE EDITOR' oP THE SYDNEY MONITOR, SIR,' The Members of this Society, for the promo tion of useful morals, are respectfully solicited to pay up their quarterly subscriptions and fines, &c. to the Treasurer, at the Club-room, near-St. James's, to enable the Club to didch.irge their obligations, in conformity with their 'lOth Reso lution, which runs thus- " Resolved,--That 10 per cent. shall be levied " on all monies, land, or sheep, won at play; '" which, together with donations, fines, and en " trance money (to be sertled at a full meeting) " shall be reserved as a fund, out of which two " lawyers will be kept in constant pay, as libel " hunters, to intimidate.and annoy the stormy " Monitor; and the balance, if any, at the end " of every quarter, to be paid over for the benefit ' of a certain Corporation." The expe-liency of this resLoition Is too oh vious to require comnme .nt.. . .. wil, be, called to ass , nble at ti e.' !c' Mr:` Hill (hot the"Rev...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

.T iO .rH EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. I have to express my indignity at the un warrantable liberty taken with several names, by mine bost of the London Tavern, -in an article headed " Fashionable mnovenments for the week,".-as I consider it was inserted in the Gazette for the express purpose of lettiar Mr. Robley, and the Duiensof Sydney knotn M when the arrivals and departures of the up c:untry fashionables take place, at, and fromiX that fashionable Tavern of all Tatverns, " the London Tavern" of Sydney, New South Wales. I was induced to become a guest -the above fashionable Tavern, in consequence of an advertisement which appeared in one of the public Journals, informing the fashionable public of town and country, that those fashionable publications (read with such avidity by the MOB-fashionables of Lnndon) entituled " Bell's life in London," "' Tom and Jerry,' and other works of equally fashion able notoriety, w ould be at all times on .hi table for my amusement and instruction, I;Io...

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THE POLITICIAN. Imbecility of the Whigs—"No Popery" revived. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

(Fromi thk 4tlas,: Nov.t) THE POLI'rICIAT.''I Imbecility of the Whigs--" No' Pope 'y re vived. " TIMES.---The scene' at Penenden Heath on Friday, and the immediate 'resiult of it, cor responded more with the alarms of some of our contemporaries than 'with our own anti cipatieris. . We thought; it appears, not qe verely enough of the extremity of violence to which the Cumberland faction were capable of proceeding ; and, to say the truth, not enough of the heedless or clumsy imbecility of" those public men, who call themselves Whigs and Liberals, whenever there is a great principle to be maintained by vigorous and skilful action. We care not whom it may hit, or how hard, but we tell the promi nent persons of the Whig.party,.that when a pinch comes, and, an arduous crisis is to be turned to account2 for the nation, they are seldom. at their post; if there, instead of activity vigilance and- union, they exhibit nothing- but drowsiness', negligence, compro mise, distrust, or discord. Iri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

Su'ry atd from J on an ;de 6b 'taied Wods's, oo oiae George l'@eet,'i largQuaintity, f., prepared ANTI COLtROSI VE APAINT; particularly, ecom mended for the' preservation of Shingles, and the p inting of Park atid other Fences, at 3s. per gallon. Also, ?o Hogsheads of HtruT's matchless Blacking, warranted to be the best ever im piorted, at Is. 6d. per pint, or 10s. per gallon. A considerable allowance to Dealers. A large Assortment, ex Hariet, of Eiiglish DBlock Tin, Japaned, Metal Goods, and Hard ware consisting of . Dish covers Ditto glue-pots Coffee pots Ditto scrapers , Shaving dittq% Ditto spittoons ~aimdlesticks'" Ditto . ?patent , wash-hand 'Panekins . basons Tea caddies Ditto sifters 4acks Ditto padlocks 'Sugar boxes . Brass ditto ' dCash ditto .. 4ia irons SDark linte r Grudirons 'lmmblers Brefring bowls Candle lioxes - Flat irons Spittoons . Coffee, and large mills lMetal :tea-pots Cork screws: Ditto salts, Curry combs Ditto p)Tatcs and dishes Snuffers Ditto washhand basin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

We beg to inform our $qbscribers both in .town and country, they mustceinsider the delitvery rfiheirW el s4 papers .by us to o Phost-master it SP ey das regard our frieids up the counli'y, :an to" tu .news.c-rr'ie, .as, regard t oa;ur,frjends: irt ;Twn,. a talid ;delivery to them in law respectively ; t4e same as if put into their othn hand~i." 'Subacriberst wdo do' i?o tviceive their papers'"eglarly, ;are: r'equested to. complain to us by letter ('post-paid). and, a9".fr as we aen, we will remedy .the evil. B ut iie.willnot b an?iwerablq for, the delivery of our :Jod:ial in 'a mire :efectua( manner, .than. thus set forth. Ph is i thf'e'coindition. .on which w?o sell iur Journal, aiad of which we hereby requecst all our Subscriberse ,t& take notice. . The public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any settlement on account, of the Proprietor of. this Journal, withputi demanding a PRINTED receipl. signed ,by. him in .his own proper, '.and writing. Money paid on his accoun...

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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 — 30 March 1829

DIARY. MEMOLRANIUM ,FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, 'C. &C. TAXl? " AT 7 IN THE IENORIiq, 12, AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENI4G RSFB.ECTIVELY. 'I j High Water, 40Q. p. p. 5 ;morn.--14 m, p. l Sun rises, 9 m. p. , sets, 61 i. 'p. 5. ' I I!• j High Water, 56 m, p6 morn--20'm. p:.7 Aft. "' igh Water, 41 4. )i.7 Morn.-8 'A -irt 9 z, "High Water, 15 m*i. p. 8 Morn.- in. p S High Water, 30 min. p. 8 Morn.-5m :y $ . Aft. New Moon, 26 m. p. $ Morn. 5th Sunday in Lent. - High Waterl -15 m. p. 9 Morn.--37 m;. p. 9 N, I High Water,? 10 n the Murn.-ZOi m. p. S, Njght. SATURDAY. ......... .7687 77 N. a arm r. -SUNDAY ........... 7584 '2 Do. Do. MOTNDAY ....... ... .72 82 70 Do. Do. • TUESDAY .......... 70 80 70 S. E. fShowryi WEDNESDAY ...... 78'76 64 Do. Do. 'II'uDAYsY ......... 62 74 60 Do Do, FRIDAY .......... 70175 60 Do. 'Do;.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

DEATH.-On Monday last, Mrs. Charlotte Coss, wife of Mr. Andrew Coss, Cambridge-street, after a short illness ; a resident of the Colony for twen- ty-six years, during which period she became the mother of twenty-two children. She was much respected by a numerous acquaintance who   attended her remains to the grave. She has left a disconsolate husband and family to deplore her loss.                  

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NEWS BY THE FERGUSSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

NEWS BY THE FERGUSSON.. This vessel left Dublin,- the 16th of Novem-   ber. We have received News iaper" by her   up to the 14th Nov. inclusive. The King was :on that day in the best health, and the coun try was also tranquil and apparently free from extreme pressure of distress to which it hacs of years been so greatly oubject. England seems to be free from violent politics brIt not Ireland. " Domestic intelligence," as we cdi tors here call it, occupy the Newspapers more than politics, tnd the Wellington administra tion appears to us firmly settled, and we doubt not will continue so for many years. And from the experiencewe have bad of the .G~derichqs and the HusLkisons, ,we ,mt t say t* Utirthere is\loxthi'q eyintere?,tS ? S6M ai?y ofo oour quotatiois., The Orange??e-men. have 1Jid aside this de tested name, the very sound of which con veys ideas of blood and 'oppression., and adopted .thatof B.unstoickcrs. They h rce ex - tremely azcive .in foraming " B...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A letter appeared lately in .one of our Con temporaries signed Mentor, giving reasons why Lieutenant Butler was not a good Magistrate at Illawarra. Except his youth, we considered the instances in proof very unsatisfactory. Mir. Butler's remark on the Impounding Act was very just; and if the Magistrates of the Terri tory did not mitigate this oppressive law, the cattle and lands of pour settlers; would gradu ally pass away into the hands of tine Constables, the Pound-keepers, and such sorts of people as in this close.council-governed Colony, may be said to live by putting our laws in force. The oath of the Settler against the ticket-of-leave-man, might have been the result of malice or envy. At all events, the impartiality of Lieut. Butler, in executing the laws as if the ticket-man were a free man, was admirable; as however there had been on oath swtorn, Mr. Butler bound the ticket-man over to keep the peace. We have to observe, the Justice need not another t...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

*Arrivals.-On Monday- last, the Admirqt Giford, from New .Zealand, 9th Inst. "Cargo: potatoes, flour, flax.--On Wednesday the Refi anoe from Hobart Town, 9th Inst. Sundries.--. On Thursday the Fergusson from Dublin, 16th Nov. 214: male prisoners.-On Sutday the: Elizabeth from. New Zealand, 16th' Inst, potatoes, seal skins.-Same day, H. M. S. Helena, (Russip) from.. Constradt., 14th May, Rio Janeiro 294h. . December. Departures.--Oh. Monday, the Eliza for .o don, with Colonial produce.--Same day t1b a Geo ge Canning, .for London with Colonial pro. duce.-On Tuesday, the Lo;d'Liverpool for New~ - castle, sundries-O-n Saturday the Cleopatra for: London, with Colonial' lroduce-Smni e day the' Henry WIellesley. for London,. with Colonial pro duce. Projected Departures.--The Tigress for He . bart Town the 31st Inst. The surry for. New Zealand on the 31st. Inst.-The MaryElizabet?,. for Port Macquarie on the same day. The Blues for .Rio Janiero. and 'Macquarie Island, 2nd,. Proximo. The Lord...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

To THE EDITOR o0 TrE SYDNEY MONITOR. We are pestered here with a cert?alj raw ferret eyed young Scotchman in an ofticial capacity, whose ignorance and stupidity are equalled only by his conceit and arrogance. This sorry imitation of humanity, in order I presume to display his "little brief authority," takes every opportunity to harrass and annovy H. M. Lieges in this quarter, and when a settler; has occasion to call on him on matters connected with his office, he is sure to be treated in the most cavalier and uncourteous manner. In fact, so deficient is this upstart in good manners and the bearilngs of a Gentleman, that he can scarcely behave to any person with common civility. Picture to yourself Mr. Editor, a Settler of respectability, after sending in his name coupled with a wish to see Sir Jackanapes, kept standing in the Verandah for about two hours, the door shut in his face, and no notice taken ei ther of his message or himself all this time. Impatient of delay he at length d...

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The fall of Varna. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

The fall of Varna. MoaxNIN JoURNA--.Varna has indeed . fal len, under circumstances which.. rflect eternal. disgrace on the Russians, anid consign to infamy the wretch, who betrayed and deherted the brave man who. had so long defeided that important forte ess. T'he very last hour. the Turks had repulsed every attempt to take the town either by stfratagenm' or by storm: On' the 7th of October, those. Russian troops who had. penetrated the breaches; had been compelled to retreat, and every` condition of surrender offered by the Emperor, ha. been rejected by the Captaih Pacha. But Ju?ssif Pacha infamousiy betrae.d hird--induced his troops lo leave the fortress and'these troops, with this Jussuf at their head went over to the enemy. He could have had al most any terms--the Russians would, have paid any price for the fortress-they would, we be lieve, have given every ruble of the Dutch loan fEr its possession--but the Capatan refused 'all their offers. and to the last declared-" nzo sur ...

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

(Domrcsts*) ' We are- sorry to find brig Hawes, belong.. nag to ?Messrs. Cirmpbell and Co. was captured,. by the savages of New e ealand, though after-. wards recovered. In defending the vessel, many of the crew lost their lives. IThese attacks how ever, are tobe oonsidercd no proof of the hostili ty .of the Natives to the British as a, nation. They; are analogous to.a highway robbery, or an extensive burglary in N. 'S. Wales ;: and it noutld b6l jist as absurd to charge the -Colonists genera)ly .,with such robberies,' as to accuse the.Nev'Zoam 'tnidera nationally of their pira :les.- ,: ' , 'VWe understand the situation -in Ireland whic l, Was offered Lieut. C3olonel I)umaresq, was re, used'by him, and that he perseveres in his inttcn tion of settling on his estate at the Hunter. Consequently, he may be very shortly expected in N. S. Wales. We- understand that a mn.etilg will. shortlyv.tke place of such prisoners of the Crown a:s are rcsiMing in this Colony, under the sanc:tion of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

j's it true, that besides the Stamp act, other act have been imposed upor. his Ifajesty's toya :. :and'uety distant subjects in this Colony, cow .*ay , to Act of :Prliament, that is to sa !:.: thout the certificate of the Chief JTustie i ? thvingbcen first procured ?' s it true,;that the Newspaper-Act-of- uncd : and inideed all the other Colonial Acts of all sorts and sizes are, by the new Act of .Parliament, rendered null and void P that r' all convictions which have taken place under them' since 'the new Act of Parliament ar rived in the Colony, are illegal, not forgetting the conivictions".under.thtA oppressive impound ing Act? it true, tkat the Judges`. wiltset their face against .any Act of the new Council that 'is to be, being passed, which shall go to legal Slise all the old Acts of Council, good, bad, .and indifferent, at. one fell swoop P But, on the contrary, will advise that every Act under ' the old Charter, be carefully revised au ,' amended,so as to be made fit and sui...

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ANATOMY OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

ANATOMY OF DRUNKENNESS. (From Blackwood's Magazine.) What degration and sin for any virtuous woman to marry a drunkard ! "If a drunken man," quoth old Burton, in his anatomy of melancholy, "begets a child, it will never likely have a good brain."-"It is re markable," says Darwin, "that all the diseases from drinking spirituous or fermented liquous are liable to become hereditary, even to the third generation, gradually increasing, if the course be continued, till the family become extinct." Only think of a drunken bridegroom ! snoring in sensibly by the side of a sweet, delicate, loving creature yet in her teens !—An old, useless, barren bachelor may drink till he dies—little harm can he do to any but himself, though, to be sure, he may sorely distress his old maiden sister and housekeeper, Shoosy—and break the affectionate and faithful creature's heart; But a married man, and a father or sons and daughters, all smiling, or willing to smile, round his board, to be a drunkard ! He de...

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