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We copy the following extract of a report of the speeches of the Judges, from The Australian, as being most important to farmers as well as Editors. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

' ceopy thef olloib igg e tracts o a~j reportLof itlhe Ieches :of the Judges , fromi~he Austga~ Ia.n,, as being most important to farmers as well as Editors. "Now it had been contendedby the Crown Law Officers, that the Government may revoke an as signment of a prisoner made to A. and make a new assignment of such prisoner to B ; and that the fact of prisoners being found here, is suf ficient ground to bring them under the jurisdic tion of this Colony. Bat Van Diemen's Land being now a distinct Government, the Governor of New South Wales (the learned Judge ar gued) could hot cancel an assignment made by the other, nor could he assign in this Colony a prisoner subject to the Government of the other. This point involvetl a question of great vital im. portance to both Colonies. The Attorney Gene riad had .contended, that this Government could at will revoke any assignment it had made, and re assign the prisoner to another person, when, and -asoften as the Government may please. Now the...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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THE BURNING MOUNTAIN OF AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

THE BURNINNG MOUNT4JAN OF dUSTRALIA. To THE EDITOt Or TuE SYDNEY GAZETTE So many opinions have been formed, and so many theories advanced, respecting the nature of the Burn ing Mountain in the neighbourhooctl of Hunter's River;--A gravely maintaining it to be a real volcano,, similar to some other portion of the globe, either at present in operation or long since extinct; B. perti naciously affirming, that it is a seam of coal on fre ; while C triumphantly pronounces it tQ be a mass of ignited sulphur. So much has been said, and so little known, on the subject, that I felt anxious, in common with all other beings who possess one iota of geological curilosity, to-have ocular demonstration of this rara avis in terris-this Australian wonder---this stupendous blow-pipe (as our late professor Clarke would have termed it) of this land of anomalies. There is no mouth or crater at all, nor does such an opening lie "between the peaks of two mountains, to which the native blacks have given th...

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

-OPS e DALICE. t S IUELRTY pockets of very superir HOPS Jjon S.ile at No, 10 George-street. 'T. G. PITMAN, E SYDNEY MONITOR JOURNAL FOR SALE. #1' . THEREAS, in June 1827, the Propri SVY •etor and Editor of The Sydney Monitor oirnal, rented for life of the Church War dens of the King's Church of St. James, a certain pew, ate the yearly rent of Three p?unds per annum ; and whereas, the Vene rablO Archdeacon Srott, did in July last, dispossess the said Proprietor and Editor and his Family of the said Pew, by force, to wit, by His Majesty's Constables ; not'vith *sanding that the law says, c 'the Defendant shall not he ousted of his possession till the title be found or adjudged for the King ;" .(Bacon, vol. 5. p. 567); and whereas the said Proprietor and Editor made certain com ments; as he conceived, and still conceives, o? onments 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 to the sa...

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Scene—an Office. Air.—How happy are we, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

Scene-an Of/ice. : Air.-How happy are we, .&c, WAAen you censure the age, E cautIous and sage Ei :,esthe. courtiers 6toended should be.; S~.' you mention.vice-or bribe, -' 'i so pat to all the tribe s ch:i; cries-.-that wasd evell'd at me . `,: ? ztrn. Here's poor Ned Clincher's name,.I ".. >e,- brother Lockit, there was a litt'e un J frjrodeeding in Ned's case, for he told.me, :ie- cohdemned hold, that, for value received, r.h i? a- d ipromised him a session o. ,two longer , ~out molestation ? '<'Lochit. Mr. Peachum--this is the first time i.::y honour was ever called in question. SPachlum Business is at an end-if once we act tlshbonourably. A .iLocilt. Who accuses me? i Peachim.' You are warm, brother. SLockit. He that attacks my hopourniattacks my livelihood--and this usage--Sir,=-is not to be' borne ! " Peach. Since you .provoke mne o :speak-- I . nmust ,tell you too, that *Mrs. Coaxer charges f. you with defrauding her of her information noney '.or the app...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

(From. thle Morning Chronicle, Nr .vember 14.) We ipefer our readers to an account rit. another page, of the dinner given on Wedne '. day last, by the Court of :.irectors to His Majesty's Ministers, on which occasifnl it was distinctly statcd by the Chanrm n, whern proposing the Ling-, tmhat is I Ajcs y wa restored to pefc--C healthw, r'D Chair an, before making this com·miivdt , =* :Ben cinversing on the subjec :i the Duke.ýf Wellington and the oec 2 Sinisters present; ;and it wai understood by all pre sernt to be r. statement authorised by the dio tingulshed individuals in whose hearing it was made. Sir Richard Phillips has just published the first .number of "-A Personal Tour througi the United Kingdom, describing living Ob jects.and ,con em poraneous interests," which includes3Bedfordshire, Northamrptonshire and Leicestershire. We have been very'much gratified with it, for Sir Richard has a great talent for observation; and having lived long in the busy world, he is enabled :o c...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

4p,,IEMEN'S LAND NEWS. t" (From the Tasmanian, of the 6th of March:) We stated last week that the Jury, (iM1or Douglass, 6:rd Regt. Foreman,) were unable at the' time we went to Press, to agree upon their verdict in the case of Salmon and Brown, the two unhappy men charged with murder, Salmon as the principal, Brown as accessary before the fact, (principal in the second degree.) The evi dence against these men. was such as to induce six of thecGeatlemen of the Jury to be satisfied of their guilt; but'the seventh Jurvman, Lieutentin Mathewson (we believe not on half pay,: bl t-?i the full pay of the 26i.h Regt. and on his way. to join it in India) was not so convinced, as respected the man chlarged as accessary; and the eftect of this doubt was, that Lieut. Matthiewon remained under the most trying circumstances determnined not to give way to the solicitations of his fellow Jurymen to find both prisoners guilty, fr'om4 o'cl'ck, P. nt. of Wednesday the 25;th, until i o'clock, r. ni. o...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 30, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 March 1829

THiE, r JONTO. . MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 30, 1828. '1i', 'following is tht awkward and im politic admission' made by'the paid' official Soran of Gove nent, as it ia pared.?&t Tuesday's Gazetter.-- . . .' ' In consequence oi ýt"he mýiion?'ei?ien6 e jpe"ain .aed "bythe inhabitants of Wallis' 'Pldina, from thereebeing no regular communication with Newcastle,; and their letters being consequently obliged to lie in the Post" .Offce at the Jatter place till sent for, we understand it is the intention of Government to extend the ,poat to Wallis' .Plains, taking Newcastle in the way. This will prove a source of considerable publo benefit. General Darling took two years tq 'con-. coct, devise, and arrange a post for New South Wales, having the plan of the late Acting ,Governor (Colonel Stewart) all ready: cut,and dried to guide His Excellenccy's in .vestigations i'nto the ,subjpect At the end of ,two ull years, the Darling plan, as opposed to, or as an improvement on the Stewart plan...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 Ibs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

STERLING PRIUES OF FL OU-.-Per 100 I "s Fine. I Secon-. Dixon................ 20s. | 18.. Cooper ............. 0 Barger "?............. 20 ' 18" Raine.... ............ 20 1 ; Darling Mills.......... 20 6 18 No. 81 George Street Sydney Ne?o SotA I'ak DL?TED, PRIN'LSD, AND PUBLISUDL, , « BY THE PROPRIKTOUP. EDWARD SMITH HIALL. ' . ~ ~ ~ ~ . . . °,

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

SYDNEY MARKEKT 1' AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE TAS MARKET. ' d. d. £. - * Wheatperbsh.' 7 61 Ducks .... , 0 5" Maize,.do..;.. 0 7 6 Fowls, per pair 0 14 0. Barley, do. .... 0 5 0 Geese, do .... 0?;i 61 Potatoes cwt.. 0 19 0 Turkies, do... . 0 110 Butter, per Ib. 0 2 01 Hay, per ton:. 17 0 F Eggs, per doz. "0 2 6 Straw, per load 2 0

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

Arrtalas.-On Monday last, the Admird Giford, from New Zealand, 9th Inst. Cargo' potatoes, flour, flax.-On Wednesday the Reli. ante from Hobart Town, 9th Inst. Sundries. On Thursday the Fergusson from Dublin, 16th Nov. 214 male prisoners.-On Sunday: the Elizabeth from New Zealand, 16th Inst. potatoes seal skins.--Same lay, H. M. S. Heletna, (Russi) from Constradt 14th May, Rio Janeiro S2£9 December. Departures.--On Monday, the Eliza for to,0i don,. with Colonial produce.--Same day, thi Ge oge Canning, for London with Colonial pro. duce.-On Tuesday, the Lord'Liverpool for ~ew:., castle, sundries-On Saturday the Cleopatra for " London, with Colonial produce--ame day the Henry Wellesley for London, with Colonialpr0 duce. Proecuted Departures.-The Tigreta for Ho. hart Town the 31st Inst. The surry for Ne?w Zealand on the 31st. Inst.-The MaryElizabetih,' for Port Macquarie on the same day. The Blue? for Rio Janiero. and Macquarie Island, 2nd. Proximo. The Lord Rodney for Calcutta on the 2...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

*'To THE EDITOR OF TIlE SYDNEY MONITOR." We are pestered here with'a certaih-raw fbrret eyed young Scotchman in an oficial 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 annoy 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 bearings ofa Gentleman;that he can scarcely behave to any pdrson 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 'leng...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

To THa EI?OaBorF 'tlis SYDNEY MONITOBR 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. Her hus band Ebernezer Crawley, came from Bathurst at the expiration of the sentence, to claim his wife ' (she being ordered to be return'ed to her hus band,) but on applying at the Factory, he was in formed, that the timune was not expired until the 13th of April ilext. She -was 'detited' in the gaol at Bathurbt one month of her sentence, for .want of conveyance. Major Innes has written a certifieate," saying' in '"his opinioo the won.an ought to be discharged; as her time was expired, but the Conunittee think otherwise and resolve on the sentence of six months being all served in aide the Factory. 'The husband at great expense had to dago Idon to Sydney to see His Excel lency upon the subject, and ultimately, received pa order fiom Lieut.'De-La Condamine, to have his wife restored to' him. Quere, will he g...

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THE POLITICIAN. Imbecility of the Whigs—"No Popery" revived. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

(From the Atlas, Nov,.%. THE POLITICIAN. Imbecility of tihe Whigs-" No Popery' vived. TIMEs.--The scene at Penenden Heath on Friday, and the immediate result of it, cor responded more with the alarms of some of our contemporaries than with our own anti cipations. We thought, it appears, not se verely enough of the extremity of violence to which the Cumberland faction were capable of proceeding and, to s;iy the truth, not enough of the heedlkss 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 til the promi nent persons of the Whig party, that when a pinch comes, and an arduous crisis is to be turned to account for the nation, they are seldom at their post ; if there, instead of activity vigilance and union, .they exhibit nothing but drowsiness, negligence, com-:ro. mise, distrust, or discord. In office, they soon take c...

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

(1omensic) We are sorry to find brig Hauwes, belong ing to Messrs. Campbell and Co. was captured by the savages of New Zealand, though after wards recovered. In defending the vessel, many of the crew lost their lives. These attacks how,, ever, are to be. considercd "no proof of the hostili tv of the Natives to the British s a ination. 'they are annalagos to a highway robbery, or an extensive burglary in N. S. Wales; and it waould be just as absurd to charge the Colonists generally with such robberies, as to accuse the New Zea? lapders .naionally of their piracies. SWe understand the situation in Ireland whbh was offered Lieut. C",loucl Daiaresq, was fe. used by him, and that he perseveres in his inten tion of settling on his cstac? at the Hunter. Consequently, he may be very shortly expecctil in N. S. Wales. We understand thar W ma eeting will shorty ta c place of such prisoners of the Crown as are e ?r:n in this Colony, under the sanction of the Governor' o V. D. Land, to petition ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

jIoPs z ; -;AL STy pocketsyof ivery superibr ,rOPS i Son S de at No. o10 Geprge-street. ? : SVYDN MONITOR JOURNAL. FOR SALE. q HERFEAS, in June -I87, the Propri etor. and Editor of The Sydney Monitor k ur ui rented for life of,-the Church War ,detns, of-the King's Church of St. James, a certin pew, at the yearly rent of Three Spounds per annum.; and--whereas, the Vene 'able: Archdeacon Scott, did in July last, .dispossess the said Proprietor -and Editor ' ..and his Family of the said Pew, by fore, .,to ,wit, by His Majesty's Constables ; not with standing that the law says, "` the Defendant ,shall not he ousted of his possession till. the . title be found or adjudged"for the King ;" ...(Bacon, vol. 5. p. 567); and whereas the said Proprietor and Editor made certain conm ments ; as he conceived, and still conceives,. comments fair.. and reasopable, as becathe a free Press, on the public conduct ofthe-said Venerable Archdeacen Scott in general,: and, on his conduct in-regard to the sa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

(From the Morning Chronicle, " : vember 14) 1We refer our readers to, an account it: another page, of the dinner given on Wednes day last, by the Court of D]Iirectors to His Majesty's Ministers, on which occasin .,it was distinctly stated by the Chairman, when. : proposing the King, that His Majesty was" restored to peifact health, 'The Chairman, before making this communication, bad been' conversing on the subject with the Duke of. Wellington and the other ' +Ministers present; and it wa- understood by all pre-' sent to be a statement authorised by the 'dis.. tinguished, individuals in whose bearing it .. was made. Sir Richard Phillips has just published t first number qf " A Personal Tour througq the United Kingdom,-describing living Ob jects and contemporaneous interests," which' includes Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire. $We have been very much gratified with it, for Sir Richard has a great talent for observation; and having live'd long in the btisy world, he is...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

VAe DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. .(From the Tasmanian, of the 6th of March..) We stated last wecek that the Jury, (Major Douglass, 63rd Refgt. Foreman,) were unable a. the:timu we went to Press, to agree upon their verdict in the" case of Salmon and Brown, the two unhappy men charged with murder, Salmon as the principal, Brown as accessary before thze fact, (principal in-the second degree.) The evi. Bdence against these men was such as to indite.i 6ii of the Uo:itlemen df the Jury to be satisfied of their guilt; but the seventh Juryman, Lieutenant .Mathewson (we believe not on half pay, but on the full pay of the 26th Regt. and on hisi, way to joil it in India) was not so coivinced, as respected the man charged as accessary; and the effect of this doubt was, that Lieut. M atthewson remained under the most trying circumstances determined not to give way to the solicitations of his felovw Jurymen to find both prisoners' guilty, frotlYi, o'clock, r. si. of Wednesday the 25th, unte G o'clock, P....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

.To Tui EsO~t-o 'oTfre f a MON!1ORit ' I have to express my indignity at the. u'{'.., warraiitable liberty taken with several names.. by mine host of the London 'Tavern, iti an article headed " Fashionable movements for" the weelck,"--as I consider it was inserted in tht Gazette for the express purpose of letting, Mr. Robley, and the Duizs of Sydriey kno-v, when the arrivals and departures of the up ceuntry fashionables take place, ate and froam thatfaohionable Tavern of all Tat ern:, " the. London. Tavern" of Sydney, Nev? Sounda MWles. j I was: induced to; become' a guesz at the above fa'hionable Taivern, in consequence o,:' an advertisement which 'appeared in one of the public Journals, informing the fashionablh public of town and country, that, those fashionable publications (read with such avidity by the JMOB-fashionables of London) entituled " Bell's life in London," 6c Tom and Jerry," and other works of equally fashionz. able' notoriety, would be at all times on his table for ...

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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 — 31 March 1829

DIARIY. MBMORANDUM FOil THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &AC. TALR AT 7 IN THE MORNING,, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC'IVELY. High Water, 40 m. p. 5 morn.--14 m. p. 6 E,,; ? Aft. W Sun rises, 9 m. 6, setd', v n. p. 5. SI High Water, 56 m .6 morh 20 m.p.: 7 Aft. 071! High Water. 41 m. T.7 Morn.-8 'it "nisth I d 'I ,High Water, 15 m. p.,8 Mrn.. High Water, 30 min. p. 8-Morn.-51 m. y 6 Aft. New Moon, 26 mi. p. 8 Morn. . ' 5th Sunday in Lent. I r 1 High Water, 15 m. p. 9 Morn.-37 m. p. 9 Nt. H High Water, LU in the ??,urn,.--4U s. p. 10 "I I Night. SATURDAY ..;......;7687 77 N. L ,lr . . SUNDAY ................. 75 84 72Do. IDo. MONDAY .......... 72 8270 Do. Do. TUESDAY .. '. .... 70 S. . ShowJ., WEDNESDAY ..... 78 76 ?4 Do Do. ' THURSDAY ,?....,.. 6274 60 Do . Do. FRIDAY .......... 70 75 60 Do. Do.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 31 March 1829

We bed to inform qur Subscribers both in town and.. country, they must consider the delivery of their News- .papers by us to tho P6sthmaster in Sydneyas regards.. ouP friends up t1e country, ani l o our news-carrier as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery,: to them in law :respectively ; the same as if put into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter (post-paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we willnot be answerable for the delivery pf our Journal in a more ,effectat . maitner, than thus set forth. This is . the condition. on which we sell our Jorrnal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make, any settlement on account of the Proprietor of t4is' Journal, withqutl demanding a PRINTED receipt. signed by him it his own proper hand writing. AMoney paid on his account without such receipt. will not. be given ...

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