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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 — 4 April 1829

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR' THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF . THERMOMETER,' -C. &C. TAKEN S AT, 7 IN, THB MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 6th Sunday in Lent.-Palm Sunday i lHigh Water, 2 in the Morn.-28 m. p. '2 I . High Water, 59 m. p 2 morn--32 m. p.3 Aft S High Water, 5 . p. 4 Morn,--36 . p. 4 Aft. H" ,. .igh Water, 1.5 m* p. 5 Morn.-#3 mn. p..5 "" H Ait,, ~ ~ fHigh Water, 12 min. p. 6 Worn.-46 m. p 6 I Aft. j Hirgh Water, j3 . p. 7 m.orn-4?-2 sq. p. 7 7 .h. i' Aft. " Good.Friday. High Wat.er, ?9 .. p.- morn.-36 m. p. $ -o Aft.' Sun rises, 27 tp. p. 6, sets, 33 m. p. 5. FRIDAY ............ 0 78 70 N. E. [Fair. SATURDAY ..,..1.. 658672 N. E. Do. SUNDAY ........,.. 163184 70 N. E. Do. •MoNDAir? .....'. 60'82'70 S. W. Cloudy TUESDAY .......... 160180'65 S. E. Do. WEDNESDA' ...... 16280 63 S. E. Do. THURSDAY.. ....... .:.978 60 S. E. . Do.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, On Monday the 6th of April, without reserve, at Iii o'clock precisely, at the residence of Mr. Girard of the Sydney Hotel, George Street. • NE thousand dozen of various kinds of wines of the best qualities. 5 puncheons of rum in bond A quantity of silver plate 2 French China services i, 1 Silver cruett stand I Plated do. with silver 'edges - Do. liquor stand Various descriptions of furniture Si Grey pony 3 years old, fit for the saddle 1gBay ditto ditto ditto 1 More do do do. / ! Black horse, fit for saddle or gig 'These horses are very well known and ,need no. comment. They will be sold by private contract, or on the day of sale, and may be viewed at the stables of the proprie tor as above, All purchases under £30, cash above £830, 3 months credit. EiiiJE LATE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION OF THE JUDGES. SUBSCRIPTIONS will be received at the SSydney Monitor'Ofiice, (for which formal receipts will be given) from those persons, who consider, that it i...

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TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Kensington, July 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Kensington, July 22, 1825. MY FRIENDS, Wheh we first heard of the enterprise of Mr. O'Connell with regard to the county of Clare, I thought it my duty to call upon you to give himn all the support in your power; but I did it:with this express condition, that he should act fully up to his professions. I subpected first: I had con viction next : and; at last, 1 have proof, that his intention was not, and is not, to act up to these professions. It is, therefore, my duty (part of which, indeed, I have already performed) to in. .form you of the grounds of this suspicion, of this conviction, and to lay before you the proofs that I possess. Every thing depended upon his coining to England immediately. I not only stated this in print as early as possible, but I told it to friends of his who were in. London, and I wrote it to a very devoted friend of his in Dublini. " I CAME IN TIME, which of all things is the greatest." 'llhese were the words of as great a ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

T.,UST arrived fromn London,. and:to be ob SJFtaied at Woods's, London :House George Stret';a large Quantity of- prepared ANTI CORROSIVE PAINT, particularly ýrecom mended for the preservation'of Shingles, and the p: inting of Park and other Fences,.at 3s. per gallon. SAlso, 20 Hogsheads, of HUNT's matchless Blacking, warranted to "be.tbe best ever im ported, at is. 6d. per pint,,or.] Os. per gallon. A considerable allowance to Dealers. :A large Assortment, ex Hariet, of English Block Tin, Japaned, Metal Goods, and Hard ware consisting of Dish covers Ditto glue-pots' Coffee pots Ditto scrapers Shaving ditto Ditto spittoons Candlesticks Ditto patent wash-hand Panekins basons Tea caddies Ditto sifters Jacks Ditto padlocks Su\gar boxes Brass ditto Cash ditto Italian irons Dark lan te r Gridirons Tumblers Brewing bowls Candle boxes Flat irons Spittoons Coffee, and large mills IMetal tea-pots Cork screws Ditto salts Curry combs Ditto plates and dishes Snuffers Ditto washhand basins 1000 g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

e0b.6, to inform our 'Subscribers both in town. and " ouýtry, theynmust conisider the delivery of their News , papera .by us to tho.Post-master.in. Sdney as regards ourfriend.s up Ie country, an ."tob our net?s-carrier as regards our friends id. ToTdn, a valid "delivery to -then; in ,Jaw respectively.i the 'sane as if put " ,into their own hands. 'Subucribers who.do" not recetve their papers regularly, are.- ~rqested to complain. to us by letter (post-paid), and, as far as we. can, we, will remedy the evil. ut .we, willnot be answerable for the delivery/ of our Journal in a" more effectual manner, than thus set :forth. This is: the condition .on which we sell our Journal, aid of which we hereby ",re`lest atlour Subscribers to ,take notice. rhee ipublic are cautioned to pay no money, nor make ,. ,any settlement on account : of the Poprietor. o.f thi, *;$ourunal, withort demandiing a PRINTED receipt. s.iged by him in his oton proper hand writing. AlMiey pai4d on his account uithout su...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

* f4 iOLCE. OrpPzcIl Monda . -Henry Kettle, 'free?;as brought before the Bench to answer the charge of Elizabeth Apsey, who lived with him. It appeared in evidence that a quarrel took place a few evenings since be tween two parties, when Kettle struck the Woman several times-her contour exhibited evident signs of the fracas. Kettle was bound over to take his trial at the Quarter Sessions for the assault. Samuel Aitchirison, a youth, and Daniel M'Carthy, an assigned servant, were charged by John Migley with attempted highway robbery. 'The prosecutor appeared, very re luctant to give his evidence. He refused to - answer Captain Rossi's queries for some time; however, finding he was about to be committed for contempt of court, he found. his tongue. The two prisoners were fully committed to take their trial for attempted. highway robbery. Margaret Godrey, assigned servant to Mrs. Aitchinson, was brought before the' Bench, being found in the streets about four o'clock in the morning, It ...

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Campbell Town TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

Campbell Totwn To TIIs EDITOR OF TItE SYDNEY M'ONITOR, SIn, Two verdicts for the Plaintiffs werelately given in this Town, by the Commissioner of the Court of .Requests in. the following causes, viz. Davis v .Cramer, and .. B. C. v Davis. The first cause wastried about nine months ago, and the lapt about six months or less. In the firs; case, our worthy Registrar, though urged to do so, refused for six months to issue either an execution on the goods of the Defendant, or to attach his per son. But when the last mentioned Plaintiff (A. B. C.) wished for an execution, his request was instantly complied with ; and the Defendant Cra mer, was made a special Bailiff to enforce the same ! Thus the town witnessed the singular spectacle of a Defendant, against whom a judg. ment had been sought and obtained, but against whom an execution also hid been sought, but not obtained, being made a special bailiff in levying on the property of his own identical judgment-Cre. ditor! After the Defendant...

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SUPREME COURT, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

SU ,1LEMla ,OURT, TUESDAY. The ree JTdges sat in banco this days Mr. Williams rose on behalf of Mr. Howe "to the case of Macalister Esq. J.. P. v. Howe Jun. This being a rule granted some days since for an action against Mr. SflIowe for abusive language to Mr. Macalis • ter, Mr. Williams now produced affidavits ' ,to set aside the rule granted: Mr. Unwin appeared to urge the propriety of the rule being mode absolute.-It appeared from the -affidavits,, which Mr. Williams read, that this was a quarrel at a tea table, and that Mr:. Howo had applied the epithet of liar in pointed terms, and gave Mr. Macalister to understand, that he would make free ' with . . iia olfactory member, if it were not for be, ° iKg. bound over to keep the peace. Mr. Macalister being a Magistrate, had applied for a rule in this action in his official capa city to protect him, as he said, from farther i isults from Mr. Howe.-The Judges after .eome consideration,, set aside the rule. • Dr. Wardell rose and addre...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SUPREME COURT (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

(Domestic. Mnplliyene coni.mued.) SUPREME .COURT? (CoNTNueEDb.). WEDNESDAY, ArRIL. l*-(-Befor .Mr. Juatice. Dowling.)--WYrilliam Crawford and John Lunn were indicted for breaking open the skilling. of bMrtip Freely, a settler, at. Cornwallis, on the night of, the 19th of, February, and takipg therefrom two bushels;of wheat. ' Mr. err, for the Attorpey General, opened the case'. liiMartin Freely examined. I am a settler at., Cornwallis; I remember the 11th of February, it- was on, a Wednesday, about.ll or 12 o'clock tI.the night, three men came to the hut; I was lying on the loft; two of them broke, in, and,, filled two b.gs with wheat'; then brought the bigs with' them, I was lying ih. the loft- with my clothes on. I should have lain down below where the iwheat was, but ini consequenc.e of the rain the -straww. below was.. Wet. William Crawford 'broke in, and Lund ,asisted in filliog.the bags with wheat., .I kiew then, bhoth..before_; . I.knew Crawford particularly well ; hle.wus a ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

THR HE MIITOR. SATURDAY AFTERMOON,. APRIL 4, 1829. In three of 'the- late Gazettes, there are ,three elaborate :'commentaries on the 'late decision :of, our Judges, which the Editor assures us, are this time, his own proper composition, and arise from his own mere motion; and that in his periodical visits to the Colonial Secretary, it was not suggested to him by the latter, to write against what he, by way of emphasis, calls, The Decision. We must not follow onrdisinterested Con. temporary through all his arguments,' as that would cause us to be as tedious as himself ; stiirlfor want od a better arrangement, we shall observe his order in treating upon. the subject, aid answer his arguments seriatim, so far at least:as we consider them Worth an swering. As the ground wiork or text of our subject, we will first quote that clause of the new Act' of Parliament, on which the late de cision of the highest trilitianl in this Caountry is founded.. " IX. And whereas leya certain Act passed i...

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER. LADIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

LONDON FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER. LADIES. From dckermann's Repository of Arts, FasAions, MJranufactures, 4fc. PaoMRNADE DREss.- Dress of black sa tin turqne ; the bodice made close and long 'waisted,y laced before and behind, and also pointed; the sleeves are very large to the elbow, and twice confined with black velvet bands, fastened by jetbuckles. The sleeves are smaller from the elbow to the wrist, and .'re there confined by Berlin cameo bracelets of cast iron. ' The skirt is very full, and plaited in all round, and trimmed with a puffing of black crepe lisse and lanceola leaves, pointed upwards; chemisette within the dress, and full ruche. Large circular hat of black leghorn, tied under the chin on the right side with trimming, irradiating from thence to the edge of the brim ; papa lionaceous bows of black gauze ribbon are placed on each side towards the top of the crown. Lavendgr colour gloves; black prunella shoes; Thibet shawl of lavender colour. " DINNER DnEs9.-*Black velvet dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

.I .In consequence of a great .num et*of our Subscribers requesting s: to o back to Saturday e~venidg s our day of publication, we haie acceded to their wish. :Our Advertising Friends are re-. quested to do us the favour of send ing us their Saturday Advertise ments as'soon after 9 o'clock :as pos sible; otherwise our publishing will be so late in the evening as to give general dissatisfaction. ;a Ui true, that besides the Stamp act, other acts ihave been imposed upon, his .M?jesty's 16oal and very distant subjects in this Colony, con trary to Act of. Parlianent, that is tai say wsithout the certificate of the Chief Justice having been first procured P? ts8 it true, that the Newspaper-Act .of ounczl, end indeed all, the other Colonial. Acts of all sorts and sizes are, by the niew Act of Parliament; rendered null and void? that all convictions which have taken place under . tttem since the new Act of Parliament ar rived in the Colony, are illegal, not forgetting .the convictions unde...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 April 1829

BIRTH.-Mrs. HENRY, wife of Mr. HENRY of York-street, of a daughter on Monday last.

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

SYDNEY MAJKET AVERAGE STERLING O RICES OPF A MARKET. £L . d. Wheat per bsh, . 7 61 Ducks " .... .' ': Mzize,do..,.. O 6 0 gFowriaper pailt .0. . Barley, do..... O 5 O ,Gcee, do ..:.. 0, Potatoes cwt.. 0 15 0 Turkies, do... 'OIl" ? 'lutter, pcrlb. 0 0 2 0 Hay, per tone.' If Eggs, per doz. 0. .; 2 6. Straw,,per load 8 STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.--Per 100 Itb?I Rne. Scv~d'. Dixonm ... . ...... ..* * 201. 1 . Cooper . ............. 20 Barker ............ 2 ,' Raine....... ...,.. 20 Darling Mills.,........ 20 6 1 No. 81 George Streetl Sydney .- Newt & DITDl), PRINT EP, AND PUDLISUR Li. BT TUHB PROPILIBTUR. SWAWRP SMdATH U".,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

A, Licensed Houses at on.time . . ""T - ---- ----T- "-_ ",(S T6 HE Undersigned,2 an Inn Keeper ofi eight years .standing, in a case, thiai -mnorinog, which was heard in the Court:f?o' Requests between; himself and Mr. Polack,. had the wholeof the Spirits,.at various timer had by the said Mr. Poh?lrk, struck out of, his.Bill, by desire of Mr. Palaek. who em,, ployed a sSolicitor for the express purpose-:; r.otwithstanding Mr. Polack is. himself Pro0, .pretor of thas " Fashionable Tavern of ?fi Taverns, the London 'J avern of Sydney, New South Wales." SRa-ther an, unfasbionable movement tbis :i . A.ITHUR HII; ii .Adpril 4, .8l29l? :i:

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

. b()fpptng *intelignu.ca SArrivals.--On Tuesday, the Lord ~4,verpool . 'Newcastle. 29th Inst. <with coals. ..On Wednesdaj the ýv4Jrnr Arthur,Yrom Newcastle 30th ultimo f; with coald On Saturday . the Waterloo, ýrwo Lauc.ceston 26th yltimo, with wheat and wool. ' Departures-On Friday the- Tigress for hIobs 'Town, with troops. This day, the Mary. EisaliA for Port Macquarie, with sundrieMs. Projected Departures--The Lord Li~crool far Ar. castle this day ; the Lord Rodney for Calcutt4, 4. Comet for Batavili the 5th inst.,; the Mary 1/p& Mida; for LiverpQol, the 7th inst.; the Bluei for Ri Jantiro the 8th inst. ; ,nd Mary for Loadon th instant.

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TRANSPOSING OF LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

TRANSPOSING OF LETTES. Potentates,...... .... T7en lea-pots: Gallantries ....... 11 great sit.. Astronomers ..:. . oon starr. ,awyeis .,a ....r r~dn. e. Democratical.. i Andical trade. John Gae ,Jones ,.".- r John in. Gaon Radical Reformar £:.; are mad frolic Ainnual Pariliamenet 14. 'an urnurealplautý OldEngland. :"..:T 'Golden land. Punishmnent . . Nine thuiipa Ami ndment....... Ten mad men. Encyclopedia ....... nice. cold pg. Astronomers........ No more star. Penitentiary ... . Nay.'f repenlt 'it. IRevolution ... .....' To love ruin. Orator Henry IIunt'.. No one truth r7y WVilliam .Cobbett '.... T. ll e at mob, IF. , Universal.siffrage ., :Guess-.afearf.lritinr Telegrayboi, .. .... . Grqat helpe. • .... · .·, Arýad, editor of the late. Bristolian news ? onnvicted at the last Assizes of a hliel on -~1pi g itra?y of Bristol, was committed to the S f that city on Monday. for want of recog sanees to appear in the King's .Bench on the -10th inst. to receive judgment. g:,gom ca P4ItLIA...

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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 — 6 April 1829

MEIMORANDUM FOR 'iHE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT.7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 . IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. I 6th Sunday in , ent.-Palm Sunday -M j " ".High Water, 2 in the Morn.-28 m. p. 2 I Aft. • ·.._L_ . LHigh Wqter,59 "m. p 2 morn-33 m. p.3 Aft Sj. _t.iigh Water, 5 in. p. 4 Morn.-36 Im. p. 4 Aft.. o I' "High Water, 15 m.. p. 5 Morn.--43 m. .p5 SAit. " .I 4 f High Water, .12 min. p.,6 Morn.-46 m. p 6 Aft. " II oHigh WaLer, 13 m. p. 7 M?rn--42 m. p.i 7 1 ,High Watir, ,10 m. p. 8 poro'.--36 m. p..8 °° 2 I ~Aft. SSun rises, 2?7 m. p. 6, sets. 33 m. p. 5.. FRIDAY .......... 60 78 70 N. E. air. SATURDAY .........65 836 72 N. E. Do. SUiDY '............ 638470N. E. Do. MONDAY ........... 60 S2 70,S. W. Cloudy TUEsDA ............ 60 80 65 S. E. o. WEDNESDAY ......: 62?80 63 S. E. Do. THURSDAY ........ 59178 601 S. E. Do. *

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TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Kensington, July 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Kensington, July 22, 1825. My' FRIENDS, When we first heard of the- enterprise of Mr. O'Connell with regard to the county of Clare, I' thought it my duty to call upon you to give him all the support in your power;: but I did it with this express condition, that he should act fully up to his professions. I suspected first: I had con viction next : and; at last, I have proof, that his intention was not, and is not, to act up to these professions. It is, therefore, my duty (part of which, indeed, I have already performed) to in form you of the grounds of this suspicion, of this conviction, and to lay before you the proofs that I ppssess. Every thing depended upon his coming to England immediately. I not only stated this in print as early as possible, .but I. told it to frien4 of his who were in London, and I wrote 'it to a very devoted friend of his in Dublin. ." I CAME IN TIME, which of all things is the greatest." These were the words of as great a cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

: rrTr' r.nied.fro0 iotidoi'adud to be eoW, 4. aine4 ae oos OndibpnHuse GeofG Street, a large Qiuabnty 'of prepared A-NT- ORIrOSIV1E PAINT', particularly reeom eiended for the pre3ervatioi.of Shingles, and the p tiing of Park and other Eepces, ats3s. :Also, . Hogsbeads of HvNwr' mateoleas Blacking, warranted to be the best ever lin ported, at les. 6d. per pint, or O1s. per gallon. A considerable allowance to Dealers. A large Assortment, ex Hariet, of English Piock Tin, Japaned, Metal Goods, and Hard- ware'consisting of' Dish covers Ditto glue-pots. Coffee pots Ditto scrapers Shaving ditto Ditto spittoons Candlesticks Ditto, patent warh-haesd Panekins " basons Tea caddies Ditto sifters, Jacks Ditto padlocks. Sugar boxes Brass ditto Cash ditto Italian irons Dark lan to r Gridirons Tumblers Brewing bowls. Candle boxes Flat irons Spittoons Coffee, and large mill~ etal tea-pots cork screws Ditto salts. Curry combs, Ditto plates and dishes Snuffers Ditto washhand basins. 1000 gross of cor...

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