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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS..I' THERE was a trifling improvement in prices in the Wkehr Manket since last, day. A rise on the average of "' Fleir. Bushel took jlace, and the demand generally was soniet iig brisker. Maize maintains its value, and finds i qgiicker.di. posal,. Barley was 'caUed'for, but Ro .slpply of this vatlalbe. I grain was in the market. Graziers lok f(iward to a betterr': return than for some time past.'. About 40 head of C`attle,; most of" them of good quality, were .seling. at One 'VlOpek this day .briskly. S, ome large Sales bare. taken place dytrikg the week of Bullocks. and fine Mitch Cows, at an average of £9. per head: A few score of sheep; and pigs were sew.s;. On the whole the market was lively'. Average pirice of Wheat from 4. O& to 5s. Od. per Bushel: Maine 4s. Gd. to Sk. f6-Fine Flour front l&4 Ado'14s. sterling per 100' lb~s.-=Breid: s4d.; tio 'b. rper 1otof;Beet 2s. 8d. to 3. per stone.-Mutton 3b. Od. to 3i. 44--Itsl.. 4s.--Pork 4s..4d, tp'4s. 8d....

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

SDIARY. MiEMORANDUM. FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises 54 minutes after 6. - High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Ait. First Quarter of the Moon, 4 rmin past 1 Morning. Lammas Day. Sun sets 10 min. past 5. High Water, 2 Morn.-28 main. past 2 Aft. High Water; 50 min. past 5 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. E. Day increased 38 miniutes. I High Water 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 mini. past 4 Att. _ j Day 10 hours 22 min. long. Higli Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. 'past 5 Eve. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, w 5 min. 49 sec. after 12 mean time. i 18th. Sunday after Trinity. n . High Water 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 mi. past 6 Eve. * f ,Transfigurtation of our Lord. SI High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42.min past 7:Nt. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER,- &C. *'&C. TAKEN AT 7: I7N .T-?H1 ?MoaRNING, 12 AT NOoN, AND 5 IN THE EVENING AESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY .46 63 60 Very Fine. TUESDA .... 46 59 I 55' Cool with Showers. WEDNESDAY........ 50 66 62 Cloudy. THURSDAY ...... 4...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

His Majesty s ship Warspite, Commodore. Brisbane, and His Majesty.s Ship Volage, arrived at Sydney, New South Wales, on' the' 1Sth of October, from the East Indies: and his Majesty's ship Success, on 'the -?28th :of November,. from England and the Mauritius. His Majesty's ship Fly, with the Government,brigs Ani.ty and Dragon, sailed from Sydney on the 9th of Novem ber, with troops and stores, to Pb'rm a :settlement at Western Port and King George's Sound.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

IT is unfortunate thatr noble Lords and'ConiniuonIys-' representing the landed interest, came forwaird so fire quently to telltiheir story to Parliament, and to -exios.-: to the people the whole. pith and mystery of their com- plaints. Lord 'Malmesbury, who has on many-y late.' occaisions put himself in front of the: agricultural b'attle, murmured loudly on Thursday last, at the effects produ ced by a reduction of the duties on the import and ex.L port of British..wool; which reduction on the,,import'at least, took place in 1824. His Lordship stated it as one crying grievance, that the average import on foreign wool had increased in consequence, fromh about 5,000,_ Ooolb. to 21iO00,0001b. This at, least, is a proof that" the fdreign wool was wanted by our manufacturets, and that the tax which had formerly repelled its impor tation, was a tax on British industry, and on the body of the consumers. But Lord Malmesbury forgets that, it was the agriculturists thiemselses who pressed upon...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

SLEEDS. STUFF W.EAVERS.-This large. bof of work men 'continue out of employment,. t?u si to accept the terms offered by their mas " t in declaring that the state oft5lt: f em from other quarters p .tlyir L n-out. A few Tho s, we believe, are.going at the reduced wages, a no molestation is offered to any,. io~i?ep;s th6se tdrmi, except to the Irish weavers. 'he latter, however, have been treiited with illegal violence ..when they took out work at the lower prices and on"Tuesday last, a mob' 'eztered the houses of two men whoehad taken out irkl ; and compelled them to return it to their employer, acempanying them through the streets for that purpose. We understand that the Irish themselves, were th& principal actors in this scene. A great degree of irrita. tion has been produced by this unhappy state of thigsi.' We regret to see any one of the men resorting to aot? of' violence; fbr,, though it is certainly desiraixble 'ith. the highest rate of wages should,- be given whlich ....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

.DA. IYALL is appointed to, proceed, to. tlie Court of Radmamna King of Madagascar, in the double: capacity of -successor to-the late Agent of Governmient, and. Physician. The Doctbr's cliief duty will be to see that the treaty.respecting` the .abolition of the slave trade, between England and' his sable Majesty, shall be duly maintained;' but he means to devote. is leisure to the natural history of the Island. Observer.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

* We understand that petitions from the congregation of Protestant dissenters throughout the kingdom are about to be presente d to both* Houses of Parliament, praying for the repeal of the Test Act. Similar petitons are also preparing by the different congregations pf dis senters in this town.--Brighton Herald.

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TO SIR JAMES GRAHAM, BART. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

L TO SIRu JA is E GRAHAM, DART. On,&ife, npmpla44, .entitled "CORN AND CUJRRENCY ;" .:4 ich. Pamphlet, is addressed to the " Landholders,"' and 1.ic.k apphlet 7coGt3 a proposition for (in fact) vrobbing the whole Nation, and the Fundholders in parti-." . >la4t^1 r,T the purpose of upholding the 4ristogracy and 4~.?'? ta4shed Clergy.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

THE letters received toda9y from Laguayra, ywich are ~lated the. .25th, .of. February,, are far from co,3solatgry to the holders. of Colombian stock. Bolivar appears to be in much.difficulty for. the. want of money,. and, has applied in .vain for assistance to the merchants of Caraccas. -His late order, by which' the Govern ment pape. is refused 'fr."the payment of customs' diuties , has .given them' great offenc as well as embiaraisi me t, large purchases have' een made itih the viewof 'Mai the. ,a aibe lfor. ; that ,purpose., It is also said that on tho 6thof February Bolivar. tesigned? his, functions as 'President .of Colombia; and hlthodgh.'~ o declaration of his ultimate .views, up to the date'of- the* lett~er had been made, •it'was , strbngly suspected to be his intention very shortly to expound his new system of- p.oicy, an4 to; ,announce hiniself as the political head.of the three, repu.ilics, of Peru, Bolivia, and Colombia.. ,The bonds,bave fallen to, 40; .Mexican 6, psr Ce...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

I TnE Committee of the_ Oerr on the nIw of the press. has taken. a:step, which' with ,you would be no way remarkable,:but amongst us is a great innovation. The COimmniftee has; in proceeding with its' inquiry, thought. .it 'tecessary to examtinq the principal prifters, booksellers; i and 'propr'itors of ?eHw'Fpnpers in Paris. It is not ex ec et' ti the laNirm' bef hrift l I s J ' t h i )aLb Ch imbei of Peer, 'b ibm t n, dirnients, w1il," rend"r, it qtuite' an ?i eri~eb1eii.F strument for the Ministers.. OuR. liberal;journals have loudly condemned," Prince: *Iohenlohe's elevation- to the :rank of. Marshal., Teyi.: .argue that he ought not to have been appointed for tWo rep;ons--first because he is a. foreigner; and . secondly, ?because he: has never been in the field of battle,: ex~ep against France, while serving in the Austrian. amries. S-cannot better explain to you the,impression mnude by ,this appointment, both 'on the soldiers and the publeci 'thh?n by iqudting a passage writte...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

MARRIED.--On the 15th March last, at Streatham Church, Surrey, A. M. BAXTER, Esq. Attorney General of New South Wales, to MARIA DEL ROSARIO, only daughter of the' late ROBERT GORDON, of Xeris de la. Fronters,Esquire.       On Tuesday, at St. Philip's, Mr. J. James, Master of the Government Schooner Isabella, to Miss Jane Pick late Passenger, per ship ELizabeth.       : That it is well known to your Honourable '"Hoese,• that '"?i !g ýoi:ttaiiit~ yLer@, particule? feasilies received 'R A?9l a~fto thftle above-jdetletIoed' exolxitents out of .the ??titeyr "bobvbd fim. the fandholdaer ; that, during " that period, more than a million of money was ta 'ý4.k exlu q(; Of lens to be given to. the Church and that, ?"tla g qqn inQonsiderable part of the whole, of the loans ' . went into the po¢kets of thesfamilies ; and, therefore, your "' etitioners ~il not suppose it possble for your Honourable "I.ouse to harbour a...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

hippinrg 3ntelligene. ARRIVALS.-On Tuesday, the Ship Marquis of Has- tings, Captain J. G. Drake, from Portsmouth on the 18th of April, and Teneriffe the 4th of May; brings 168     male prisoners ; Surgeon-Superintendent; Dr. King, R. N. The guard consists of Lieut. Lane, 47th Regt. and 30 men of' the N. S. W. Veterans, 14 women and 13 children. Passengers A. M. Baxter, Esq. Attorney General of N. S. Wales, and Lady and 2 servants ; and Mr. Foster NO DEPARTURES. PROJECTED DIEPARTURES ' The Schooner: Elizabeth and Mary for New Zealand this day. T.ep, Henry for Port Dalrymple to-morrow. The A4n?e- r Port Essington and Melville .Island, the Governoo.i Phillips for Norfolk Island on Saturday, and Faith lfo London on Sunday. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.--SHIPS. Guildford, Marquis of Hastings; Countess of Harcourt, John Bull, Ardent, Denmark Hill,.and Alfred. BARQUE - Rol?? BRIGS--Haweis, Woodlark, Perseverance, Fame, Minerva   and Dragon. ScnooNaRs-Prince of D...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

THE MONITOR. ,THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUS8T: 2, 1827. WE congratulate our. Subscribers and.'the Colony at 'large, on, the important intelligence, which hasd been received by The Marquis. of Hasti'.gs,, Being ourselves genuine Whigs, we rejoice in .the Councils of the United .Kingdom being likely,, after, many long, dreary years of Tory domination; to be under. the direction:of such men as Mr. Canning, Mr. Robinson, SirJohn Copley &c:.,&c., Nothing could exalt the .King in our estimation more,. thanu His ,Majesty's firm .and. cdnstitutional conduct in the late struggle between hbim andthe Tory 'MnisY., hy whiom it was attempted to iptimidatie the Sovereign, and prevent him in the exercise of that great ,preroga tive of the Crown, namely, the.free and unbiassed choice of, his' own' servants. ?'The firmness of His Majesty triumphed over the machinations of thoe . whe wished, to comnpel' theit Royal master to succumb to- their dic tations, arid we'are happy to.see that the p...

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NEWS BY THE MARQUIS OF HASTINGS. We copy the following from the Times of April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

Mo'the'py olldnathg otjit tohe 7Tihes of .pril l6. :: . ;tarencea ine o to ,?o o?. o rf y ?ess erwards returned 'to iis residenceiin ?O'Friday evening the Marquis of Londonderry 'iis ied His Majesty. ..". .? aig, s fter trapsicting't usmne=.s on Saturday; pup twhe Earl qf1pyrrowI$ &and Viscou'nt Graun vJ :ient shortly afterwarr4 s and attended the King. -ONM) Saturday :thbe Arcbbishop of Canterbnry and the BjahaE p flnpd hlad audiences of His Majesty. "YESTERDAY, being Easter Sunday, divine sesvice.w.s ' performed at te'Ciiaper Royal, :before the Princess Au-i gusta and a nomerous ,assemblage o.f noTility. The sermon was preached by the sub -Almoner, who took his test from the 1:1 Chapter and '26th verse of :the Epistle to the Hebrews. The: communion service was per fO~ ad'.by the, Bishop of London, as Dean of-the Chapel, asa?eedby ??the sub-Dean., The morning service was read by the Rev. Messrs Knap and Cannon. The i n tin was. " .1, know that my redeemer liveth." The solo ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

;?uIE corn measnre continues, to be carried with a very igih'.hand in'the Ibouse of Commons. Barley aidd Oat 'ar1B be xai~ed. 'ihee rofeThti?idut' ofbarley: is to ba gpanG from thirty silins to thirty-two 'shilingA'; a d4 .thiprotectivg duty on, oats is to be raised from twetxty-tWo ,.shillin~gs, to twenty-four shillings, The onigi il dgty ittph barley, as proposed by Mr. Canning, is"to %els?idvaned frbm ten shillings to twelve shil li?gs', and'the duty upon oats, which MIr. Canning as, sesied t sevexz "hbilings per quarter, is now raised to nie hillinges. ' "t'118 it" ivery imaterial alteration, and will be mdst behieficla to' agriIciltur. '1How it will 8drisistfwitlh the othler i"'tere'st' of the'conmmunity, remains to be seen. We?'r'e gl'ad; hoiwver, to observe, that no attempet is aI de o tale ,the' im~port dutty on wheat, in the Hidise of Cotiii ons. Whilst thia riemains at sixty 'shillings, 'thl iiiufrcturer' ardd tradr will have tio' rea$on to be dis.' qtisfied, ' jt rglaprpa...

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LETTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

' r . LEfTTER?. i'-'apply the word 'Sir to you, merely for form's sake and I beg my readers so to understand it; for I shall hbde, t1o prove you unworthy of that appellation, unless itlbe understood to designate a proud, insolent and un principled writer: I shall have to prove you to be un wbrt hy f any appellation conveying the idea of respect; and I shbuld be gutilty, of hypocrisy, if I were to leave the appellation at the head of this letter, unaccompanied with thib explanation. `'IbOk upon this pamphlet of yours as the precursor of anlirttaek upoh the Flindholders, by the Landholders. You yourself tell us, in the title of your pamphlet. thht yotiare "of Netherby," whic?? is, I suppose, to distin guish you from Sir James Graham, thie old Attorney, and the famous agent of the Lowthers. In the Baronetage Bok' I 'find you represented, dr rather, representing yourself, as a prime aristocrat, "descended from the SEarls of Monteith, in Scotland," and having for ances tor, in the reign ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

HousE OF? LORDS, TIIURSDAY, APRIL 12.-"The Mar quis of: Lansdown presented a petition from the Catho-. lies and Protestants of the City of Glasgow, in favour of Roman Catholic emancipation; also one from. the Y1otestant Disgeuters of .the towu and neighboirhloo :t i. brpoIlp yig it the .hoauseto take. into copsider?' 'tid? therlterationuof the ,testacil. : , . Hopusi +oF, CoMseOpN, TnunvRAi ,,AP?IL ,1.---he Speaker took the chair at, ,ldf-past three p'lqck, anidat a:quarte :past' four - was, sttnnmoqed to the .HIupe . of Lords,ito hear the RH7yal assent given tp several bills 'by commission (for Mhih ,seeL0.rds.) ,. i DURING the Right hon. gentleman's absence the house eihibited: a.yvery unusual- appearance. ,;he,; members who did notattendrhim to the IHouse of Lords left their feats, nasseiibied in groups bn.;the .floorof the hous, rind conversed " with great animation with :each other. Soine-stbject of :interest ;appeared: to attract the atten tion ob: them all. . -1Ria. "Hoe'ouvs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

'.a". ?:?: :. .*-? :?. w"NtCTE T GQVE RN TNTICE ~ ' Oflopit#s jcRsrAXY'5jOFFICE 30thu rL, 1827; -" ' Individual, whose Servants have been 4 returned O:4o overnment by an Order of one 9f the Bencbqs d:s" l atrates, having expressed a Doubt as 'tuo the Sower ofthe Bench to remove his Servants : the Gover ~pr, in Order to prevent any Misunderstanding Qon a ?Oint of. so much Importancide .to' the Inhabitants, . and. the Prisonurs of the Crown, avails himself of this Oppor tunity to state, that it has been signified by the Right Honourable.the Secretary of. State,' for.the Home De par~tment, " that .the 8th Section of the 5th Geo. 4. .. Chap84th,. neither precludes, nor was intended to " preclude, the 'local Government from. making any R" egulation which may be necessary respecting the "? Re-assignment of the Service of Convicts;" and further, " that the Governor, who is .empowered to as ! i sign that Service, is fully competent to. modify .his ". Assignment in such Manner ab Justice and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

GIBBONS, Cooper;, N. 1,. Essex Lane, George e Street, begs to inform his Friends and thePublie "that 'hik striply "the' witm h .fie*i HolheadW' fr aif 'lf tdo ive hinidied, pt taice-hortedi itice, aVd.t"lib tate ais the. y are milite in Lbndci, i.variadting ithein tb'b. pierfeietly tight to eointaiii pickle, ,having already -mindb ftdirty ;which are flo?v filletl with bieef, add by, experence finds them to answer the piuriibsc rehlli BetteiB thah 'Eglish-made Casks.: They wvill e ,-sold: LhhIKyer ly a shlilng or 'i hteen.-ience -when the duty of ,hiilf-p;enitiv a foit on cedar is' taken off. Sv leife, Jti1'y 12tl, 1827 A?.~ AiTED A COMPOSITOR at the Monitor Office. SV Liberal wages will be given. Apply at the Offi,,. fjHE undersigned gives notice, that all .Persons are forbid L doesin anypossible manner or way, froQmtresspassing on bera.Lid, siturte.between the Grants of,Phillips and 3oughilen, o~',the seeond.Branch of ,Hunter's, River near Patterson's .Plains; should any. Personr.o...

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INTRODUCTORY ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

INTRODUCTORY ADDR1SS . (By the Proprietors) . In presenting this` ,oiirnial o the pubblih,' ý6td prsiiajEL aim is, to establish a permanent.medium of Coloiid 'info? ir . ation, The P;riodicals of the day, have.their relative merits & the popular estimation; but nine-tenths of their columnsary occupied with subjects of transient interest, and, that wrhte4M is worthy of being remembered, lies buried.in a mass of print. With only these frail and precarious tenures, men of learning or experience have had no inducement tp write, no suficient stimulus to prompt their labotUt. -nothing in which . they could place' any deliberate evidence of what they hIatve seen or' known orfelti;a? record of their existence. SThey, to whom this silent destitution, this confinemenr. from the sociability of mind, is the worst form,of exile, cat :nvited to witness our pi eparations for a more active scene; one in which, we trust,, they may participate and thereby. greatly enhance. ' We are.of no part...

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