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TO DOCTOR BLACK OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

TO DOCTOR BLACK OF TuBE MORNING CHRONICLE. DOCTOR, I PERCEIVE, with great grief, that you still keep pecking on upon the judges with regard to the policc.relports. You contend for' tlpe monstrous privilege of publishing just WAas r you please (for, mind, that is it) under the name of police. reports; containing your own" representation of what takes place in examinations before magistrates. If this were law, it would be impossible for the character or, even, the property or life of any mnan to be safe. It is not law; the judges maintain that it is not, and they act accordingly. e Wz have, before us, at this very moment, a striking in.. stance of the consequences that may attend reports, taken by reporters aiid published in newspapers. Such reports have t held up our Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs as the first jacobin in Europe; and we have Mr. Brougham held up as t the eulogist of his jacobinical principles. To this dilemma we come, then: that Mr. canning, has, deliberately ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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LETTER TO MR. CANNING. Kensington, Dec. 27th, 1826. (Continued from Page 536.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

Ofb sret '*as, as t t?ie forn of 'ovenmen't in France hd ii ch(W?4 eAd .ad .that we were' strictly bound 'to adlýk t die tiýtter of iir treaty in this .hew state of thb~s. IHbw then, are wel bound by our treaties with th?' icitt Governminent of Portugal? If Portugal were to6.in;r 6 a sheer democratical republic, should we still beboiund to, adhere to our treaties, made withl the ancient Government of Portugal ? Recollect,' it, that when LdUis XVI. was piut to death, we withdrew our ambas sador, the half brother I believe of the p~reent ambas sador `at Paris. We sent away the French ambassador; or:;at least, ceased 'to give him credit, alleging that the embnassy was sent by the King of France, aldd that our amitissador wa sent to to Pai:to. the 'King of, France; and that the Government of France having been totally changed, 'our conpacts with her came all to an end at one. ' Now at the time when this took place, or very soon afterwards, you wiere Under Secretary of State to LoCid Gre...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

"THE M-ONITOR. ,; THUIRSbAY EVENING, JULY 96, 1827. WHEN we read The Australian of yesterday se'nnight, 'we Oawr a curious leader ,about the "'Government IotiZ.e" on which we commented in our last two num bers.,, We mean,;that notice iwhich. mentions the, small quantity of damaged colonial cured.neat,, but does. not • mention the large quantity of damaged American beef 'or rather bones. We have sinice'given the said'article-in The Australian " t'other". reading,' because second thoughts are generally ..best; .,we.. shall now divulge. these second thoughts to our' readers. As a foundation I 'on which to -build," we: will first quote the. said article from The Australian. *"T TE .American beef was sent to ,Port Macquarie,. as . already, stated .;: the Colonial. :beef alluded ,to, :was some . beef which was 'sent to the" Settlement. at Moreton Bay. Both the 'tenders had' been accepted very imprudently without a warranty of the soundness of the provisions furnished' by the c.ntractors. ...

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Bank of England—New loan to Government—State of the Currency. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

Bank of England-N=ew loan to Government-State of the SCurrency. TIMEs-The proceedings at the Bank of England are.in tetesting to the nation at large. We pass over the questions which respect the quantity of issue, those not being un satisfactorily answered. But a more important snbject is. started. Is the Bank to afford any accommodation to Govern ment by a loan ; or,. which is a worse and more unconstituti onal act, by anl advance upon Exchequer-bills! To this question the Chairman declines giving'an answer, that is, he may be said to answer it in the affirmative; for if the furtive procedure could have been disavowed, there is no doubt it wtould haye been ' disavowed. We are, therefore, making a loan. The effecting this purpose by an issue of Exchequer-bills is the most uncandid, and therefore as well as for many other causes, the most reprehensible method. Government issues Exchequer bills, which the Bank accepts, giving its notes in return, paper.for paper. The Government :takes...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

a,, !Utw 1"`'ti axl;.-T' fmin; roip'I ifr. 8 . ig ii..?-p l ,lq" -? ??I relative to the affairs of the new com i . . o s communities were- in operation when I Iets.-?Tlw of them residing in the naw i.mil forming a' kind of fede t ration;.aand two at the .respeati.ve distae of halfa' mile, of a mile and a half, distinct and Uindepentent. There is also a small pirairie in the llhotis, abOtt 45 miles from Neer HiLrs?ony, another faoied tnd_i .ird English settler of the name of Hall, and there pW?s ooe on the late Mr Birkbecks's property duoin, the summer, but which is at present suspended, riit only, for the purpose of re-assembling more vigroqusly. Throagbh out the United States, I have beard of at least fifteein others, in different states of perfection; so that.4r. Owen may look back upon the two last years with great satisfaction as to the progress in the practice of the new system. The two communities' ii the immediate t neighbourhood of New Harmony, are called acluria," (in the s...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

- ~ o ARRIVALS.-On Tuesday, the Schooner Henry, ftom Port Dalrymple.-Lading 1,000 bushels of Wheat' and 2 tons of Potatoes. Yesterday, the Ship Guildford, Captain Magnus Johnson, from London on March 24th,, and Plymouth the 31st, having on board 189 male. prisoners. Surgeon-Superintendent, Dr. Linton, R. N. The guard consists of Captain Forbes, Surgeon Hamil ton, and 30 men of the 39th Regiment. She brings a very heavy mail. Samne day, the Isabella, from Melville Island on the 12th of June,.and King George's Sound on the 11th of July ; reports the latter settlement greatly distressed for provisions. By calculation, the stock on hand would be exhausted this day. The Amity, bound thither with stores had not been seen or heard of by the Isabella. The abov.e vessel brings up 13 Acheen Ponies from Timor. A rumour had reached Launceston, but. not vouched for as authentic; that the Australian, Com pany's Ships Triton and Hervey had arrived at Hobert. 'Town. DEPARTURE.-On Monday, (he Lord L...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

: ' ~'r MEMORAiNDUM :FO THE ENSUING ?WEEK. SUN k'ses 58 ninuiites after 6; , f". High .Water, 30 min: past SMorn.-54 mrain. past 8 Nt. New Moon.49 :minpast. 10 Forenoon. . . S Sun sets 5 min. past 5 . High Water, 15 min.past 9 Moni..-'37mmn. 'past 9 Nt. St James: * I a High Water, 10 Morn.-20 min.past 10 Nt. _ St. Anne. ' _ _ ' _"_ _" ,_ SI High Water 35 min. past 10 Morn.-48 min, past 10 Nt. --- I Day increased 24 minutes. High Water, 11 min..pnstll Morn.--27 min. past 11 Nt. Day 10 hours 8 min. long. I Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 6 min. 6 sec. after 12 nean time. - a 7:th. Sunday after Trinity. -High. Water 45 min. past 11 Morn. _ I ' I High Water, 10 min. pa-t 12 Morn.-36 min past 12 Nt. VARIATIONS OF. THERMOMETER, &C.' &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. TUESDAY ......... 43 60 58 Very Clear. WEDNESDAY...... 44 60 '58 Do. THUISDAY ...... 44 66 60 Do. and warm. FRIDAY........... ..48 64 59 Very Fine. ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

SYDN.EY MARKETS. WHEAT has at length become a mere drug in our Market. At One o'Clock this day a large quantity remained undisposed of. Prime quality grain did not bring more than a Dollir a Bushel, and the principal 'portion was .6old. at 4s. ' Maize .nialitains it~'. value, and is in demaz:d. Some Milched Cattle, of,.mediin sort,. fetched from £.3. to £ 4. per head. A young Billi sold for £ .. A few Horses met Purchasers at an average of £30. "Pigs were dull of sale. On the whole this Day's Market was dull. Average price of.. Wheat from 4s. Od. to 5a. Od. per Bushel. Mauize 5s. to 56. G6d-Barley 6s 3d..to.6s, 9d.-B: tter'ls. 94. to 2. Gd. per lb.-Cheese is. 24. to Is. 6d.-Eggs Is. 9d, to 28,. Gd. per doz.-Fowls 2s. "6d; to 3s. Gd. per couple. -Ducks 3s. to 4s.-Geese 9s.'to 12:s. 6d,--Tuikies 108 6d. to 13s.--Potatoes 's. to 7s. 6t. per cwt.--Fine Flour* 14s. sterling per cwt.--,Bread. 4d. per loaf.-Beef 3s 6d. per stone.--M utton 3s. 4d, to 3s. 8d.-Laimb 3s. 8d. to 4s. Pork 44 to ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

..Too'aae~ePul Ts,4, : , rt 0Waia: attie~ Auctioneer of. . `;o c slf4, heaving; &p eed fractp1. ~t~tq ;collect money. fdgw~eo tkeMonitor-- Occ,-/q Nrttewapa era and 4dvertise-' $ yo Su1ýacri6eiu are ireqadated; to' pa into his hands; the amouqat of :hsr bills .iAhn presi~td 46 hm, and Mr.; .;W ide 'iilglvetherh in= retc ,printedrec tit~ signed with ilk:~ Ibp a~e

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, Bunbury Curran, July 10th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

I To THE EDITOR OF' THE MONITOR, Bunbury Curran, July loth, 18. 7. SSINCE the letter signed A Settler appeared in your independent and highly popular paper. of. the~ 14th. of May last, relative to the non-attendance of Magis-. trates at Campbell Town, the Bench: in this quarter has. been much better attended. I have heard, that a certain, Justice in these pirts,.received intimation from.the. Go vernor, after the said letter appeared, that he should either. resign or, do his duty. If this be true Sir, it shews a just. attention to good advice, even though it come from a supposed enemy. I say a supposed enemy?; because, While you are an enemy to the measures pure. sued by General Darling, L know you are one of the best and staiiunhest friends, of the British Government;. and are much more inclined, to be the friend' of the Slocal Government too, only that its present policy pre-, -vents. every honest, sound-thinking, independent man in the country, from being a friend to this administ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

VWE have received' a letter from. Mr. Kelly, dated Windsor Gaol, complaining of the severity of the Ma gistrates' Court, and of the Court of Quarter Sessidns at Windsor. However much we may regret MIr. Kelly's misfortune, we cannot publish comments on our Country Courts under such circumstances; because, if they have erred, their offence is of a grave nature, and ought to be brought before the higher tribunals of the.Colony. We suspect, however, that a large. farmer, and a man of pro perty like Mr: Kelly; feels the loss and vexation of tin lirisonment too keenly, to allow him to form a sober jbddgment on this occasion. .

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NEWS BY THE GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

NEWS BY THE miGULDFORD. WE copy the following from the Atlas, of the 25th of Mar`ch: THE affairs of the Peninsula begin to awaken a fresh interest. g number of concurring circumstances lead to the conclusion, that Ferdinand is finding such employ ment-at home, that his- paternal- care for, Portugal and her Constitution must cease for. a'tiinea The report is, tOhat his Army of observation have not withstood the contagion of thenew opinions. Coincident with this, we-have the disarming of the rebels, as fast as they re tire or are driven back upon the Spanish frontiers.. The correspondence lately captured. with ,their baggage, left no doubt of the real and deep implication of Ferdinand in the proceedings which he disavowed officially; and if we now find him acting a decided part in opposition to his known feelings and wishes, it is natural to ascribe the chunige to some agency which did not before operate upon his fears,: and none is more probable than the disafe fected state of his tr...

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—Monday March 19.—NAVIGATION LAWS [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

HOUSE OF LORDS.-M- onday March 19.--NAVIGATION. LAWS THE Marquis of Londonderry presented a petition firom the ship-uwners, mast and sail makers, and various other tradesmen in the port of Sunderland, complaining of the 'al teration in the Navigation Laws. When he looked back to the tune, when a muchl lamented and beloved felative of his intieiweed the Councils of the country, they seegmed then to to be consistent with prosperity at home and security abroad. At present, our policy was all changed, as we had less secu rity abroad and less prosperity at home. The Navigation Acts of Charles 11. had been infringed on, step by step, and he did not know to what extent the experiments might go, if thdso cvonnected with the shipping interest, and tho-e connec ted with the landed property, did not make a stand and check the trial, of experiments. He hoped the time 'was not far off, when they should see who presided over his Majest.y's Coun c Is, tlihat they iniht know by what principles they...

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TO THE EDITOR OE THE MONITOR. Maize River, July 18th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

° To TIr E EDITOR OE THE 1M.ONITOi. " 1 " MiMze River, July 18.th, 1 27. PLBASE to allow the following a place in your Jour Snal, so conspieuous fjr its philantlir6pic advocacy of oppres sed poverty. IN last April, my Government Servant became a Candidate for a Ticket-of-Leave, being at that time eligible under existing Regulations. All the prerequisite "forms, "certi." flcates," &c. &c. were filled, signed, admitted by the Bench, and deposited in the Police Office for ;transmission to the ' Ticket of Leave Board," and nevertheless they still remain: statu quo antea. A double disadvaQtage has by this means occurred: my servant is kept in unjust thaldrom, and for the last four months I have been at no inconsiderable loss and inconvenience by the frequent journeys to the Police Office, which I have allowed him to make in quest of his Conditional manumission Lu us Long-pocket, the sub-Clerk, to whom is entrusted the care of forwarding the applications, has signified as....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

By the Guildford, which sailed from Plymouth, March 31st, we learn that the Manlius, with. ,malep.isoners, may be expected hourly. The Cambridge, with male .prisoners,, from Ireland, and having on board Colonel Lindsay, and the Head-quarters of :the 391h Iegt., may be looked for in ab'out six weeks.: The brig Lion, can not be long before she arrives. The Marquis cf Has tings, with male prisoners for Van Dieman's Laud, bringing out Mr. Baxter, the new A torney-Geheral of this Colony; the Governor Ready, 70, with men for the Sister Colony, may be looked fo redily. WHEN the Guilklf rd sailed, we regret to say, the Earl. of Liverpool was labouring under severe illness. REPORT says, that there is not in future to be any. Lieutenant-Governor of New South WVales; on the departure of Colonel 'Stuart, that post would have de-. volved on Colonel Lindsay. CAPTAIN MAGNUS JOHNSON, after an absence c. three years, has paid another, his seventh visit, in the same ship, T'he Guildford; to our South...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES.   Two vessels, in the service of his Majesty the King of the Netherlands, have lately traversed the Pacific Ocean. After leaving the Island of Washington, they found it necessary to steer on the seventh line of South latitude, sailing towards the East, the same direction in which Captain Egg, of the sloop-of-war Pollux, thought he could discover an unknown Island. On the 14th of July, after sun-rise, they saw an island very low, lying E. by S. S at two miles distance. The land appeared to be covered with cocoa, and other trees. About noon they approached it. Its longitude and latitude were deter-   mined withb as much accuracy as circumstances would     permit : and no other Island appearing in the same po- sition in the charts which they had on board, they, of course, supposed they had discovered a new island. The nearest land to it was Peyster Group, but there is fifty minutes difference in their latitude. I...

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, (Continued.) LXXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

. " ' t'I' ~rb e "Op'& ' iephos area. cleard, . - :ib?o od 6?tlibtisands all'dare c~tedlround; o' ol gere thei±sttlohd trumapetts note i heard, S l o,'acant `space for lated wight is found;- , eei D ods, `Grandees, bhti ehiefy D$MEs abound,. iltl'd n the ogle of a lakghing eye ;. ' het ever well-inclii'd to heal the wounds " Voie through their cold disdain are doom'd to die, As m6on-Ntruck baids complain, by Love's sad Archery ' LXXIII. Iushd!. lthe din of tongues-on gallant steeds, With mil*t-white crest, gold spurs, and light-pois'd lance, Fqur c*yvali r prepare for velturous deeds; Ap, lowly bending, to the Lists advance. Rich are their scarfs; their chargers featly prance: * If in the dangerous game they shine to-day, ,Th crowds-loud shout-/and ladie' lovely glance, Besat prize of better acts, they bear away.; And all that kings or chiefs e'er gain, their toils repay! LXXIV. ' In costly sheen and gaudy cloak array'd, But all a-foot; the light-limb'd MATADORS Stands in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

F GIRARD, Baker and Confectioner, 16, Hunter Street, F begs leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he, lias now on hand the following Assoriment 'of 'Preserves of superior Quality, which he offers on reasonablu Terms, viz. Preserved Quinces Do Nectarines Do Peaches N r. B. Pastry of all descriptions supplied al the shoi~test "otice. OHN LORD has now on Sale, at his Stores, 'George 0 Street, the following Goods, viz : Fine table rice, 3d. halfpenny Salt petre, ls. per lb. . per lb. by the bag. Pearl sago, Is. Black pepper, Is. PORT, ALSO WINES. . TENERIFFE, MADEIRA, ' In Wood and Bottle.. LISBON, Of the most Superior Qualities and reasonable Prices. T HOMiAS FERRIS, in Addition to his large and ex i tensive Stock of GOODS formerly advertised, has received, by the latest Arrivals, the undermentioned, wvhich he is disposing of at his usual' moderate Prices, viz. Witney blankets'; Gentlemen's drab and beaver hats;. Dittb) silk hats; Du.rhamin pistard; Elegain.t cut and plain f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

AN OVERSEER WANTED, to take Charge of an Agri .11. cultural Establishment at Hunter's River; also, the Management of a Dairy, keep regular accounts, and bring %atisfactory. references. Apply to 1'fr. M.iere, Pitt Street, idneyj, June 21, 1927. ik" CGIBBONS, Cooper, No. 1, Essex?Lane, (erg V.. Street, begs to inform his Friends ,and the'Public, that he can supply them with new Hogsheads from one to five' hundred, at the shortest notice, and at as low a rate as they are made in London, warranting themn to be perfectly tight to contain pickle, having already made forty which are now filled with beef, and by experience finds them to answer the purpose really better than English-made Casks.. They will be sold cheaper by a shilling or eighteen-pence when the duty of a half-penny a foot on cedar is taken off'. Sydney, July 12th, 1827 W ANTED A COMPOSITOR at the Monitor Of1ice.' Liberal wages will be given. Apply at the Offie. .CAUTION. Tr HE undersigned gives notice, that all Persons are f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 July 1827

PUBLICi rOr1TICE, P e oned Peisons have obtainied Certificatens .-ou'd?nring the IlastWeek, viz .-. , Almorah (2) ..... . Thomas Walsh Ditto ".:...: :...* , . Daniel blulvey Asia (1) ............. Matthew Attwood Ditto . .............. John Hancox Ditto :. . :.._ . 0 RobertCooke Ditto . ..... .. . George Simcot 'Dick ........ .... Edward Bailey Ditto .. ........... William Kelly Ditto ................ John Edwards Ditto . .;... ..... Joseph Goddard . .... Dito ................. William Green Ditto, .................. Patrick Dogharty . Ditto ..... ...Frances Vickery Ditto ..............: .. Robert Archer Ditto ........... .... George Sky Ditto .... .... ..... Henry Chantrill .Ditto ...... . Abraham Wheatcaaft Ditto ................. William Williams Ditto ........ ....... Edward Lewell Hall, alias Da. vi Ditto ................. Jonathan Crookes Ditto ................ Peter Hobson Ditto ................ George Wilersoi Grenada. (2) .. ...! . ..... William Caines Ditto ..................

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