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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

Arrivals.-On Tuesday H. M. Ship RaItO0. Wednesday,-Hunter, Schooner, from ote X64% rive.-Friday, The Britgnnia, from En1land direct, lading general cargo; lost three valuabl horses on the passage. 1 Steerage -Passeng~T; left England 14th April. Consigned to Mesg k loironison and Cobb. Departures.-On Sundav Jast, Queen Chaadltl for India, via Newcastle."-.Mondaet. Vie" 9r for Port Dalrymp'e.-Tuesd y." BoddifltboJ for England, via Cape of Good Hope, wit full cargo, consisting of oil; skins, cedar,:ilasx and wool, I cabin and 6 steerage Passengera,-* Thursdaiv, Borodina,. for: the 1Nau ities VIaZ Mioreton Bay.-Friday. Gorernor Mac so4 .Pfor the Coal river. This day the AustjYha b a, Isle of .France:. Projected Departures.-Per.severanc", r Zealand, on Tuesday, and Nimrod for Pen and Calcutta, Capt. Harvie and family, rocee in her.. Prince of Denmark, for New ealp and the Denmark Hill, for. thQ Cape ofop Hope, on. Sunday.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

* WE quote the following from yesterday's Sydney Gazette. It is too ilpdrtant a paragraph to lbe despatched by us this week. We shall dis cuss it at length next Saturday. Suffice it to say, the evil we so much dreaded; namely, an enlarged Council, is, it seems, to be our ill-fated portion. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. ".Mn. HUSKIcssoN. said, that, at that late hour of the night, and in the then state of the House he should not trouble the House witah more than a few words on the subjects of a B13l, which he was about to ask leave. to bring in, referring to an important branch of the adminis tration of justice under this Constitution. The House was awake that the Colonies of NewSouth Wales and Van Dienmn's Land were an important' part of the dependencies i.f this Country. T1.ey had hitherto been regulated, in the administra tion of .local justice, by an Act of Parliament .ijiich was shortly Io e~xpire. His., object was to. iipjy for continutiice of certain powers con...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

CRIMINAL COURT, SATURDAY, (TI IS DAYV. three Judges having taken their seats, a greatqqj5t of prisoners were brought up for sentence.. We'ha only time to record that pronorneed on the rraa suldier, John Geeson, last week conv'cted af slaughter. After a. most instructive. and impreiivs s,.eech, from Judge Dowling, tl.e i ri.oner u.os ie tenced to transportation for life. IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE.. Three rivers;". been discovered by the Ho-, Captain Rous, betweea Port Jacks"n and Port Moreton. The largest is a a degree and a half to the north of Vort JAlcktbp. I' has a bar harbour, but the Rainbow wend it 3Uot' 40 miles, where it was a great wicth. The; «d trees are very large on the b. n'ks, which are deuibld as ridh soil.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

To THE EarTOR OF THE 'NTO 0 Having lately been down the Hawkrsbur y Riýjl" far as Portland Head, I nm enabled to giyo u' a de tion of the general appearance of that part oftb try; the wheat is nearly all spindling, and most j I above six inches high. Maize planting has comineqd ced a fortnight since, the settlers seem determine4ije cultivate this valuable grain extensively this )At The grass in the vicinity of the Hawkesbury is so up, that the cattle can hardlyget a mouthful. " , parts the people are cutting down the apple trees to feed their horses and working 'bullocks upon,. 6pr g apple tree has thus bqcomne a valuable foder they will soon be all destroyed. That part of the late Act of Council .which relasj impounding live stock &c. is -no in full onerat'oniu Pitt,Town, and is fast spreading its banefu. eff ctt 1. over the country. The 'inducement held but'to c '; stables and others acts so powerfully upon the tai persons of bad character, that people's stock' i be for ev...

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English Mescellanies. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

English Moscellastes. APr QvoTATIbN:--Afewi days since, a gontlenian of ihdependent forttinc, who bad been induced to phr, chase some Spanish securities, wtis rallied, in a sacciit pargy, upon the successa of hii spe ulation ; but soma ,.one bbserved, that, from his krnqwn tffluence, if the uoney were edentually sunk, he would ble hardly s nsi . Ibe of the loss ;. this he'acknowledged ; and added ".1 might appropriate some words used upon a grave aud very diff rent occaIion, in wishing that all if youi. W10o hgive bcqn ransing yourselves at my expense 'were botb almost and altogether such as I mgr e. ; cept, these bonds." Last week A letter was receiled ht tie Gtlneral Poet Office, with the post mark of Chesterfield, which cone tained the following highly, duriou saippracption,4 copied literally:-" esty. King Georgq the fotti, Non Must opqn SagTi; Ftter But his Majesty eatber London or diedo b.' Dr. 'Townson, a vH i64 o init; died abo t i months ago in.NelW Soa. !.ý4 lekt,, aairepor...

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Juniper Hall, September 2, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

Juniper Hall, September 2, 1828. To THE EDITOR OF TUE MONITOR. Sin, As you were the person *ho pressed upon me the advantages to myself aind the Colony, by the erection of A Distillery for the manufacture of strong waters, to aid the languishing interests of our Colo nial agriculture, and which first induced me to invest my property in a Distilling concern. I now beg leave, through your intelligent Journal, to submit to the consideration of the public in. general, and to the Government in particular, (the home Urvernment as well as the Coldblal,) the necessity. there-exists in the present distrcs'ed state of this- Colony, for using such means as nature has still left in our power to mitigate the evils of the, approaching scarcity. The crops on Hunter's River, notwithstanding the strength of the new alluvial soils there, are fast giving way to the severity of the drought; These on the high lands from Appin to Windsor are gone. Those on the flats, and the banks of the Hawlkesbury, are...

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Sydney Goal, 29th August, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

Sydney Goal, 20th August, 1828I IN addition to the inconvenience of a long imprison! merit; -IAm kept, in anxicus suspense as to the day of my Trial, by the Law Officers constantly cha1v&.1 their .own appointment. 1 have a great .any wit nesses Subpencd on my behalf who have been n. at tendance since Moqnday last; and as no remuneration can compensate some persoris for being absent from t'eir homes and business, its. more than probable, that some of my witnesses, if not all will be tired of waiting: ancigo.home. T'he consequences of this may be to me a serious injury; and as in" my present situation it.would be imprudent to express my senti-: ments in any way in the public prints, I shall est~een it a particular ,m irk of kindness a .d atteutipn, if yOtt will,'in the next 'number of your invaluable paper, notice the circumstances of my grievance as abo Va stated, and it will much oblige ' . Your mhost obedient Servant, JOHN CULLEN. T' E. S. FJALL, Esq. EDITOR Or 1(1E.MONLTOR...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

SYDNEY ' MARKETS. Average price on quantiy soal . Wheat 16s.-Maize lIIs.0.--arlef ' 10S. Os. Ott-Fine Flour, 37s. stei'ling per '" Ibs.-Seconds do. 30s.Od-Bread 9d. peTT Loaf.-Potatoes 16s. cwt per * FrEsh BItter Od per lb--rSalt do. 2s. (d. No. 81 George Street Sydney New soumt EDLTED, PRIN2BD, AND PUBL1B*SD'a BY THE ROPHIEITV. EDWARD SMITH HAI4 10i i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

'TO AIYVERT,TIERS IN GENERAL, 4ND .AGENTS '91SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. '' f'feelit a d ut y fpeozeeto ourselve4, a reg rtdo:t.ti merciantile pa 't, off Sr1'kbo ti'; tosuggest to Ship-artti , Landholders,: '' erchants, &Sttýrs, Pounid -keepers, Mechanics, and other Idvertisers in the public Journals of this Colony, the superior advan tages of their advertisihg in a weekly~ paper, over their advertising exc u sively,t in Journals, one of whidi publishes three times a week, and the other twice. ' For the same price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser fur publishing his Advertisement three times in one, week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end of three weeks: Thus, f an Advertiser choose to publish his wbishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in tote. Co lony, let him, (if lie like) choose- .tie. Gazette or Ahe Austridian for one of the two., But where is the use of k is. laying out his money in both these Journals, whose rapidity of publica tion brings his...

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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 — 8 September 1828

DIARY. MEMORtANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIA1IONS. Cl' TOEHMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN 'I 4lh MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND I IN THlE FRvENING RESPECTIVELY. 14th Sunday after Trinity iv j 1 I High Water 41 mn. p. 7 Morn:-8 at Night. ( ( Sun rises 14 mn.p. 6 Morn.-Sets 46 In. p 5. | , |High Water, 15 Im. p. 8 Morn. Mo n. High Water 30 m, p. 8 Morn.- 45 in. p. 8 S Night. I New Moon, 38 m. p. 6 Evening. e. High Water, 15nm: p. 9 Morn.-37 in. p. 9 ( Night. _ . High Water, 10 in the Mtora.-20 m.'p. 10 (Night. High Water, 35 m. p. 10 Morn.-48 in. p. 10 N ight. _ * j High Water,.]1 na. p. 11 Morn.-27 in. p.11 Night. THURSDAY ...... FRIDAY........... SATURDAY...... SuNowv ....... MONDAY .r.... TURv.DAY .,; _ _.._ _ .. WEU.`ESDAY....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

MARRIED.---On Tuesday, the 2nd instant, by the Rev. WILLIAM COWPER, at the Church of St. Phillip's Sydney, by License, George Brooks, Es. of New- castle, to Mary Stephena, only daughter of the Re- verend Clergyman.  

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NEWS BY THE BRITTANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

.NEWS BY THE BRITTANXIA. TH IS vessel 'eft England the 14th bf April. We have ourselves received papers .up to the 30th of March only, but some of ourfriends have them a week later. Nothing of importance seems to us to have transpired asnce the 25th of March, news up to which period we gave thie public three weeks ngo.. The Rus sians evidently intied going to war with Turkey, and publish the usual quantity of " good reasons" for shewing it to be on their part a " just and neces-. sary war." England we apprehend will, if Tur key yield a little in Greek matters, reomain " neutral; for the present at least. It does not appear how France feels. A -tight little war, on a pleasing lively scale, however, we should think, would be preferred by the Illiberals of France, in order to take the people's attention off from the prosecution of -their domestic frecdomn. The Duke of Wellington's administration seems firm, not from its own intrinsic strength, but because the're is no party in the Stat...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

* MOND)AY, r:'t~I.~ ;S, ts6 Two Proclamations 'respecting the late killing of Terrence lRooney, have been pub lished :by the Government. We consider: he second unconstitutional, and to display' the character of the present administration. THIE first Proclamation was strictly consti. tutional, but we thought at the time it was rather hasty. But we did not say so, because it was obviously intended to do good. In our opinion, however, it would have been bet ter to delay all unusually strong feel ing on the part of the Government on the late outrage, until the verdict of the Inquest had been pronounced. Then, in case that verdict had been against some person or. per sons unknown, the first Proclamagioni might have been made with unquestionable pro-. priety.. ONi stronPg measure generally requires to be suppol ted by another. And this proves the danger of strong meaisures. Thus, because the Government had displayed great feel ing in favour of the inhabitants, as against the conduct of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

TO COVER .THIS SEASON, AT GL$NDON, HUNTER'S RIVER. Ebreack Mare, 01 Stg Groom's Fee riihludud. THE BAY HORSE 2 TOSS'; Th hands 2 inches high, foaled in:1822; S got by Bourbon, dam .Tramp's dam) by Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella-by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c. 5'ide Stud Book, Vol. 3. Be rbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre eipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by .Eelipe, '&c &c.-Vide Stud Book, page 289, ,o: 2. Gohanna was got by Mercury,-dam by Herod, lahr damn Maiden by Matchem, '&c. k&c.--'ide Stud Bork, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORMANCES in 't827. .ewmndrket lit Spring Meeting, Monday, Aprit'"0th, 1827. Handicap. sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. in. Lord Southampton's ib. c. Toss, by'Bourbon,18 at. 10 bs _ -* - I Mr. Wyndhan's bi. c. Black Swan, 8 st. 6 lbs. i2 Lord Darlington'sAbion, 9st. 51b.;.Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; " Mr. Payne's br. c. the General, Sst. 21b.; Duke of Ri...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.. SYDNEY POLICE.-Thomas Turner, a ticket-of leave man and Overe -cr of the mason's gangs in Goverr ment employ. in Sydney, was handed up' before the Bench, at the instance of Capt. Bunn, J. P. on a charge of impertinence to him, in his magisterial capacity, and with otherwise improper conduct. It was deposed to by his Worship, that in the exercise of his duties, as a Justice of the Peace, he visited" tIa houses. of several Publicans in Sydney, particular. ly the neighbourhood of the rocks, and among others stepped into one kept, by, Mr. Thurston, where .he found the accused Turner, sitting in company with a prisoner of the Crown, who was illegally at large. The accused however, was not drunk, but for being out after hours and absent from his proper. employmend, Mr. B. dqtermined oni sending him to the watch-house. His Worship afterwards visited the watch-house, to expostulate with Turner, upon the impropriety of his onmuct. Until now, Turner had been guilty onl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

ý, Esq. IL 1. Attorney _"'ix"4 . yjýc ow', Ist.8 tae1: t285 C CS W ER it indispensable to 'the ends of publie justice, as well as on the minor conqidera. t of of establishing the strict accuracy of. the epbositioiis tat en by me, as Coroner, (which was 'indecorouisly mooted in the supreme Court). to 'iddress' to 'youi, as'lIis Majesty's Attorney Gene =ral, iny earnest request that, as an act of justice to thou public generally, and to myself individu ally, you will be pleased to indict criminally, o0 .behalf' of the Crown, -" William Danks, and .Michael Russell," soldiers of .the 39th regiment, for 3vilfutl and corrupt perjury;-on the late trial *of' 'three soldiers of the same regiment before Vlie;Suprethfi Court, who were'bommitted by me for trial,'on the finding by a Coroner's Inquisition, Nf1 a charge of,; Wilful Murder against one of the:three'; and of feloniously aiding and abetting the commission of the crime against' the other. ;o soldiers, The evidence of Danks and Russell ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

PER THE AUSTRALIA. No. 19&21, George Street, , ALElI WILSON has just received, in addition to his present very general as sortnment of Goods, the following; viz. Shoe hemp, at 3s. 6d. per. i Russian hairs, shoe pincers,. with every as sortment of grindury. Brushware. fair, brooms Dusters scrubbing brushes Sash tuols., Deck scrubbers, with Spoke ditto spare lampsC. H. Pencils Horse pa brushesa Platrer' dsitto larged Dusting ditto Round furniture ditto Bannister ditto Fancy and common J~apan hearth ditto 'shoe ditto. G.;ound paint brushes ',ets " of Coopers' Tools, each, consisting as. under : Adze, axe, hand. s iw, bung saw, outside spoke shave, inside spoke shave, round shave, rivetting hammer, broad drawing, knife jigger,. shop knife, iron: driver, iron hand driver, iron clis sel, small and large punch, bick iron, flag gicg iron, croze, double jointed plane, top ping ditto, bung augur, compass. pincers, taper augur, and bung borer handled, vyce, brace, 12 bits, and pad, rul...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

CRIMINAL COURT.—MONDAY.—Joln Walsh was capitally indicted for shooting at and wounding Mr. George Barber, and robbing him. The prosecutor   deposed that on the day laid in the indictment, as he was passing the Stone Quarry Creek in a direction towards his own house in Argyleshire, he heard the report of a discharge of five arms, and in an instant of time found himself wounded in the back. Wit- ness fell back, and on recovering presently afterwards, found the prisoner standing over him. It was then daylight and witness had an opportunity of observing somewhat of the mans' features. Prisoner had either a musket or a gun in his left hand. Prisoner then re- treated a few spaces back from the place witness first saw him in, and then demanded his money. Wit- ness told prisoner, he had none, and thereupon jump- ed out of his chaise, was making towards him, when he drew a pistol from his right hand waistcoat pocket, and presented the same at witness's arest, who addressing pris...

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MR. COBBETT TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON (Continued from No. 163, page 1298.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

Mi. COBBITT To TUB DUKIE or; WF LLINGjT)N (Cpuittefd from 2y. 163, pRge 1298.) p aproposition that never capbe adop)e?, in ecompaised by the other mreasured prayed f6r i6 the NIorthumberland Petition; and that those measures to any thing like an, adequate extent, can ever be ad ted without a reform of the Commons House of pariment, I am perfectly convinced: Now, there fore, I am about to address you, upon tpf, aJjegt, intending to show that such reform, and that right speedily, is both just and expedient. On the score of justice, appeals have, on both sides, been made to the ancient laws of the country. 1 shall malce no such appeal, the circumstances having totally changed. It is curious, that when we appeal to the aindent law and principles of the constitution, in cases a the innumerable innovations, which have been con t.nually taking place during the last forty years; when we say that standing armies and barracks; that trans portatior for poaching ; that taking away men's. proper...

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(Continued from page 1306, No. 164,) Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, by George Thompson, Esq. many years a resident at the Cape. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 September 1828

(Continued from page 1306, No. 164,) Travels and Adventure:. in Southern Afri. George Thompson, Esq. many years a residdn(.' at the Cape. CHAPTER II. * " IT is, probably, needless to say, that no onel 1 L actually gone to all this expense; conseqpieiitl, a ~. one of the emigrants in question possesses near1ly~the,, quantity of the land which the uniform practiceof this r art of the Colony admits to be necessary tothp other inhabitants. But from the working man who has paid his £10. deposit, and expended his three years' labour upon his 100 acres, to the settler of a higher class, who has paid £300 or £400. deposit, and maintained his servants for the same period, every individual must. have purchased his land at this dis proportionate rate,-except for the support which the m misdirected generosity of the Colonial Governifelit has afforded to 'a state of things unable to stand alone. " ONE circumstance should not be overlooked to enumerating the particulars in which thle situation of...

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