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

A LL aerpons',Javing claime on the Estate of, the late 1t D'Arcy Wentworth, Esq. are requested to present the snae.'faor' payment at the Ofiee .of Mr., William Charles -Wentaworth, in George Street, 'ed all persons inidebted'to' the Estate are requested to pay the amount of their debts to ithe said William Charles WentvVorth, who is duly authorised to. ive'receipts and acquittances tor the same. July 25th, 18271 . r'ItHE Stiberibe;r~: to .the Chamber of Commerce are in l. formed, that the Morninig hronicle and Englishman Newspapers, together with Llovd's'List and the TriderList~; are now regularly received from Lohdcn, and that the Chaum ber is admitted as a Subscriber to Lloyd's Register Book, a copy of which, for the ptesent year, has just been received by the Degmark Hill. the ark A. B. SPARK, Hon. See. CHALLJENGB. YOUNG HECTOR. T HE Owner.: of the above Horse will, .for the- sum of Fifty Pounds Ster ling, one Month af ter the Season clo ses, ' perform with iimn the two un. derme...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 August 1827

A Gentleman visiting at Mr. Justice Lawson's last week, gave a Black native his double-barrel'd gun with   ammunition, to go out and shoot him some wild ducks. In due time, the honest native brought back with him   a very fine brace, not of ducks however, but of "bush-   rangers". It appeared that in creeping about after birds, he had fallen on the mouth of a kind of cave, to which was appended a door, like the stopper to the mouth of an oven. He knocked at the said door, which being opened, revealed three men and one woman, "like Jacks in a box". One of the men, and the woman, wisely bolted; but the other two, not being so nimble, the   armed native told them, if they ran he would bring them both down with his palr of twisted barrels ! The fellows knowing Blackey was a good shot, believed him to be as sincere as he was skilful; and acordingly agreed to walk before him very quietly, till they all arrived at Veteran Hall !. BRITISH ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

JDEk~8t Or TE R&BV DR . HWiaW IRnRI-The deaith:df his venerable man and excellent divine; took place pt;b.s residence, at Devenport, .on_ the 6th inst. He was in "his 74th yeari 50 years of; which he, had been thee.ator of the parish.. Aware of bhis aro ching end; and irg d by a wish to see once more hi ~ da?i?hter (Mrs.. ??, who. was confined by itdidposition at Totnes, he '.vent to 'thiat` town about u. fortnight since ,contrary to the advice of his' ~nedical fciends: : and lie had not returned t ot~ y I~outh:mnore than four or.five .hQurs, whet the, icy. 'finger hpfdgth was laid uponhim.. On reaching Ivylirdige, on his way hfome, feeling 'the tide o 4' if -ebbini fsast, 'he ex claimed to those about him," My time is d~iwihg near -be'quick-.ut on addtiioral horses, or Ishrill notsreach h'ome alive !" 'Additional' horsss "were,:: in, accqr~4ce w'ith his wish, put to the carriage; but after proqgdjnj g a hrt distance, at.a rapid pace, his weaknes u~1ereasedc so.,much that it...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

SQuOa, readers, must have seen a letter. from Lard' Glengall, addressed. within these few days to the NMaodis trates' of the county of 'lipperary, and iallinpg upjo.i Hof the blessings ," of the .In~urrection Act' -e ;their county, as a protection o theie, in7hbbietapt a q " anarey.' which. prevails there.: No .onger- back thih the lS th inst. 'it eappears that a pretty s'triking :testi motiy 'to the truth of the noble Lord's complaint. res pecting the condition of that great and populous dounty, was furnished by a well armed and populous band of 15 ir 20 ruffians, who attacked the house of a Mr. Croker, near Clogheen, and succeeded in robbing it of money plate, . and arms. The :last-mentioned article has ever been the favourite spoil:with the Rockite plunderers, when pre paring for operations .on. a wider scale. Money, hiow • ever, as a regular sinew of war, comes not amiss to those belligerents in prospect; and it is not unlikely'that we shall hear enough of their enterprises befo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

Ax amazing number of horses were out this morning g?ifx ercisetincluding the following Derby auidlOaks a i -eenaki m douke, e iabeorlumui t Cathawine tcolt e 'a i, Tr-r ý roiboik o hei ofspear ' A di d?f I r git tdfile" lbdaogl> tiirf s I din l se e lat, liideýr?l' itie itb?ilh 'ifidbil?' "Th~i fhe to o he visite b iwill Rpo 4i.bt, cl lyo,,tud; uty - ),i eat, spd~t!3 .?-?pd ians, eaed GREENWicH P-AIR.- teIrf e *rf ngerhientii' 'iiv been making during the. whole of the pant week, in thln neighbourhood of Oikediiwih fAr giving &elJeffieootOr ihk variotus amusenmeits, whiceh cyoagnede this ody4f ?itt siit been determinedj -notwithetaidig i.thee: ppoaigtinr iitide'by-some of the local authoritie, tas tbhbw iIopln, the Park to the public. An . umani y y, ým o A quautity;of shows, wild beasts, spotd tpdizps, earged pigs, giants, dwarfs,. conjprors, toblers,.daneing ier . pickpockets, .blind fiddlers, thieve and .Ihdiesdof ey virtqer "are dzpewted to make their appearanrtebbntbh...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

THE CHANCERY BILL.--The long promised bill for the iipr ovement'of the admihnistration of justice -in the Court 6f Chincery has been brought into the House of Commons, an iafter having been read .and committed, and the blanks filled up,. stands for discussion on a day after the holidays. We believe there is but one opinion among'impar tial persons respecting the .report of the Commissioners appointed to iniquire into the causes of the delay find expense in the Cour of Chancery-that it is wholly unsatisfactory, and falls short lf the purpose to which it 'was 'suiposed to be directed. It Wovdlldnot therefore;'be reasonable to expect that :the' bil broiuht? hito Parliament for carrying into effect, the sugges , thons of thidt report ;should 'do more Ithan the report itself points .but as expedient. But the.' bill which Sir. John, Cop, ley has laid' on the table of the fHouse of ? GCmJinons ..does much less, and not only leave3 untouched, as.,the report d id .the evils of the Court of C...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

S'ltJ; 1 tatnen | afrisºt.b / m Iteta 2 6 inid. p73ta5`' Highi `iater, 56;min. past 8 -Morn. --10 .min. past , Nt. I IHigh i'aiter,; i0"iin. past 9' Morn..-50 in:. past 9 Nt., St Lawtience: ' 04:1 'I High Water' . min.,past 10;Morr,--25 min. past 01 Nt. S_ Day 10 hours 34 mmin. long. High Aiters niiin. ipast 10' PForenoon.-11 Night. E n?ition" oft 'Pn:-Sui on the meridian of Sydney, S' <5 min..3 see.'ifter 12 mean time. S9th. Snnday,after Trinity S .King George the Fourth, born A. D. 1762. J High Wat'r `16 min. past' 1 Morn.-?35 min. past 11,Nt. SI. I High'Water, 56 min. pas.t 11 .Forenoon. GABDEN.--Sow with a decliningSMoon, Cabbage, Celery, Leeks, Pareley, Eschalots, Turuips .Cheirvil, Carrots, Parsnips, Beet, and early Parsnip; seed,' Prepare the laidd for a new Vineyard, and plaint Vine Sets'; raft Orange, Lemon, and other European :.trees.. The. Almon4s tree,is.the flrst to blossom. Vines begin to bud: Transplant Guava, Artichokes, Turnips, Carrots, &c. VARIA...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

(F1'3on the Globe.) • Arrangements 'which' have been' sl ieof, but we do not repeat them with confidence , ,are the follgwing:- . Mr. Huskisson to. succeed,Mr. Peel at th'home Office ; "1,Mr. Robinson to be called:to.the House of. Peers, and: i t seicci ed Earl Bathursic as Colonial 'Secretary;' ttlGranviudle'to'b Secretary "of State for Foreigr afairs ; " . Viscount Dudley and.Ward.to'be Lord Privy Seal.' TheDdke. of Wellington :has. certainly resigned th e office of Commander-linChief. 'is$ Loºrd Chancellor,Mt: . Crdni g, and Lord Bexlevy fad iaudiences on 'ridae of the King, at his Palace in ,St,:.aness .. :,' A.LTAOUvG the Lord:Chancell6r sent in his resignatioei to his eMajesty on Thursday afternoon, the Noble Earl; ' itf'is 4?jieted, w'ill 'retainthe Seals for a month longer, .t 'ilas..given judg~ins' on te cases ` that h'a e' been Sheacrd before him. SMar eel,' after having ,resigned on Thursday' after :"?bi,: sent the official papers and 'boxes to:the Home OiOl6e.' Th'e ' Ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

I.2 Pti'Sons ' haying laiIns oni the stzate of thie Itte .:A D'Ay- Wentivorth, Es J. are regqestedto, prgsent'.$he .iies for?' paYmnentrit the ffice of Mr.,i illit ln harles Ventwortih, inq eorgC :Stret-. and :ll perlans i dbtedto 'the Estate are rxquested to 0py.?Be:arInout ofof. Sthe, ;s.id William harle~ Wentworth, ,ývho is y. , 34t ri to give §ceipts ahd acquittances tot the same,. July 25th , 182'. TWENTY 'DOLLARS REWARD.. STOLENR on Satifrday" Night last, frolr: the Paddocks of S Mr: Thomas Malony at Wilberforce, one 'Mare and one Filley of the following descriptions; , viz., a,.red bay l~lare: heavy in foal, 4:.years old, with, black tail ,aid nppe,and a: star on her forehead; a chesnut Filley, 20 months old, with a small white spot on the shoulder, and a star on the foreliadi.' Whoever will bring the said Mare and Filley,' or give such' information as will lead to the cunviction'of the parties,:by applying 'to':Mr. George Jilks, Chief Constable, Windsor, shall receive:the ab...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

SSYDN MARKETS-: " r THcERE was a triiing r'iinprcveqr i na 'n prigs lflt, , , Wheat Mirket since last day. iA rise.on the a.erBage1 of 6d.:per Bushel ;tWoo. place, and the demand, generally was something `1 brsker. Maize maintains its value, and 'finds a quiýie dispoial Barley vwhs called for, "but no supply of this valuablegtraia, wish .ie.the m?in rket. Gratiers o16ok forward; to, a better srptu a than,for.tsome time past,. 'About 40 head" of: Cattle, Pot o ~ rT eimn. f gopod qua ,lity, wwqre selling at one o'clock: on. bT?iskly. Some liarge Sales have taken. place ,during the wee 6f'i?llboclks a id fine ilch Cows, at an average Qf £9. jpeshead. ' ea score:o sheep 'and pigs were shewn.: On the wboletlhe idiarketwaesliv4ly., :Vertage priie of Wheat from 4's. IOd. to 6s.O0d.,ipek Bushel. SMake 4s.; 6d.: to 5.. 6d -Fine Flour frgm 13...4d t9 14r. sterling per 100 lbs,-Bread 4d. to 5'l., per loaf.-Beef. 2s. 8(. to 3*s per stone.'-- Mutton 3*. OdW ta 3. 4d.=-Veil ' 4.-'-Pbirk 4s. 4d;,'...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1827. "NEW SOUTH WALES. EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM NEW SOUTH WALES, DATED JULY 9, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

_ _-- _T ·- I IIII MONDAY EVENING, .AUQGUST 6, 1827. S .(From the Times of October 23, 1826.) S. , ,:NEW ,SOUTH WALES. iXTRaOT' O-: A LETTEk :FRO:.'M W SOUTH WALES, DATED . r , 1 . "TUE affairsi of';thqi "colony .are ,much .improved by the Emeasures adoptedby thenew.Government ; peace and tranquil *lity aire' restored; 'andiwe,;are:?freed; from the dread of those .lawless handittI, spredd througl:the'. ountry in gangs to clear '-land, by'the, il-judged.policy,;of thei grand vizier Goulburn. General Darling ,has published :a manifesto, declaring, in the most. solemn manner', that he will, not pardon any receiver of stolen goods. .This isyery. salutaaiy?s; an impression prevails •i ongst:the redeivers -(f wh.inthere is anextensive society in this moial eoiriuality), that they could purchase a remis-' 'sidn of ,,sentenc??r :Oae: of the :,qst ppulent amongst the, .convicts was sentenced. about 12 months, since, to 14 years transportation for receiving £1,500worth of stolen goods, and' *...

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LETTER TO SIR JAMES GRAHAM BART. (Continued from Page 560) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

c.) ,t i7: n''tPage'5SO)' r jý rf t persons, so'haag i as s' aia d d ownirs, W urld t?,J b h T. .en ?oun- upon t ibe A the etirth that -?b th wou c now have lieetn ea iafter voiiting forth -, . ý sptomach-full of insolence, to 'die: overpowered with joy and ieultation, but' that, als-! . iThey>ha4 ?· 3O RO WED TlE MONEY, ' wherewith':to: ief et the preservation of these valuable things.' :They Shad the assisance 6f'nearly a millioioef Austrians, . pspians, Prussians, Bavarians, Italians, Hessians, , ,Hannoverins, Danes, Swedes, " Swittzers, Dnutcli stpbiins, Bel ians, Genievese, GenBese, Mtaltesei ., i ards, Pofitigiese, Algeriaes '?ripolitans, Afri Se ,ý ands d knows 1hio besides; Calmetes, ;Hunt garians, B3oemiis, Tranisylvanians, PoloneseU 'whe+ ether.they ha d any Japanehe, f: eariiot say; but they " tieti:neairly' million of men in arms,, t . ,aist.,them in preseri'ing the tithes, the seats, and ,11te other previous things.'' : 8f That, however, alas! assistanice is seldomn ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

* ~~I)43PU1n R3tWtlgct? .'1E ARRIVALS.-On Friday, hl~e,; S ' abe ; Capt. Atherden, from Liverpool April Ilth, consigned to Cooper and Lereey. Passe'nger, Nicholas Aspitinel1 sq. and Lady;, Miqs Aspinall `and 8:Childret,, ' Rev., J. anct Mirs.'Cross; : Misses Bedford~and.frogriss , Miserq Fer riitt,...Grano, 'Knight, and; seveqra; steerage . P1egere. ;Mrs. ?ight,, Mrs. an¢,issi Canrgwright, Mrs. Grono nib ~iss. tWocdward,. 'ahd several ChI1dreW" (for Inaog , see. ni-nest.' t" This M~fioh idi9 'thd Shili'PFincess 'Ci titlotte, Capt. Dainiel Stevenson, from London j'March. 031Ist, brings 90 Fernmale,'Prisoners.·j.- bg ~7gsQwuper intendent: Dr. Cameron, *R I. 14. ; ,. JtDEPARTURES.-n Thursday,, }# SAC ,p Eliza." !;beth and .1%I ry,. on a sealing voyage, a1s Sie Sc. goner, 1fienry, fir Porf Dairymple. Yesterdi tie VLbrd Liver . ,'. for Newcastle'; the Lainmbodn f6;. Port Stephens `sad 'the shipi Faili, for Londohn, with- _a,; csrgoopf, New Zegetland -and Colonial prpdupc .ýd: ,,,; NI'OJ:...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

SOvua eaderse wee g p r p l to expect, from what we! stated in our last pope, tlat Mr,Cnninb would suc j dceL o lodjLjerpq;l bjih office of Prime Minister and - ~imancellqrof: ~the chbequgr,,, It is-now more than ten: tdays?since Mrn.Canning received ,the .King's? comi~nds to form a new Administration ; and it was added that the w''Ministiry vias to be forinmedas;nerly .as,possible in ~:?? ? and ciharacter of 'that of Which'Lord Lveitpobl I. -,? :have , do? doubt ,that Mr. Canning,', h wiatever -.otheriftults hiemay, have, has. never, been suspected as •W'tintiC ini mtinliiess and sincerity, was,. no sooner . r ed'by thifisit~ ui~shed mark of his Sovereign's cponfidetce,: than he `endeavoured to carry the Royal a inte!tions into immediate effect, and with most perfect ?ilo ftlith, 'Mr. Canning,: we, are enabled to say, had _?h o6ter lit first place in the Cabinet tendered to him, th~ e immediately aignnified :his acccp e to his .,olleagues, and requested themi to"act' with hiii in t...

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NEWMARKET CRAVEN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

NEWMARiET CRAVEN MEETING, -NEWMARliiic sinday, tliee o'clock.-At the conclusion of the last season sdine'croakers tnaintained that the turf was-at a low ebb ` but' it'.vas not so ; on 'the contraty, it stood much higher thin, firom iwireimstarnees, iright have been expected. IT is now "three oe'lock, at which hour his: late Royal Highness the Dukeof York (the:sta..unchest supporter. ot, the thitf in .the kingdoin)' invariably erteredNew market--a man, whou to the dignified station .f his ranik, added, to those who' : nejoyed his sciety, the,conciliating and alfable marinerm of ra .compmtluion and frii;nd. As a sportsman, his RoyalHighnegs was worthy, of izr!it~tion, .wlether conasiIered'" as the lirom q. ter .of manly amusements .aand recreations of the countryr isi whiech e was bred4--ais having a "ielln'khbwii dislike to Sexotic.custonMi and mnanner-=-or·i s tiirrtihf .e#ntht itainmp .... . I .... ...... . J " : " ( ''- 1- : ' "' ' ; I and iharacter of auE I WsA mutepqazi" Thatl)i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

Tuir 'New MI NITRiY.-' (FrrO the Courier.)-r-Obe decisive and important step' has, been taikenisiice. ?ri-? 'day decisive;, s:indicating ;the:feeliagi whichm ay, ;wel] >be. supposed to :possess the:s ..Ryali nd,; under ,.th existing-,circumatances: of His, Mrlajesty's (Qyovpnniiest* and importapt, .as affecting , ihe ,inuterst:pt aipopulai branch of the publi sef.vie. .. . His, Majesty ,hasbeen .pl ??se iit' i s' Rza Highness' the Duke o'f Clarence to 'be.Lbrd' High A:d . miral; and we havd the' satis d ttbdiid f 'bidg 1atil td add, tha't it., is undertod' thoe'- t Ihot ofo theptesent B3oard of Admiralty"'(hiti 'thl 'exeeptioii of :Viscount 1Melville, who' had' resigned thkree'daysi ince). will ron. tinue their services, as "the Council of is i, loyai Highness. ' ' . -j , We congratulate the- country on this ir.portant:evene, which, while the: publi, remember the eminegt ,er vices which the .late lan?et?te ouke of Yqrk, rendered ito the King: and. th .e qu:try,,wil, i we aye no.d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

,....CoLNoIA SECRETAnR's' OF~rIzcs 30th JuLtY, 1827T :NiA" LNIAdi#idual, whose Servants:have been returned , tlto •Government by an Order of -one of the Benches of .Magistrates;, having- expressed. a Doubt as to the .power- of theBniich to remove his Servants:.. the Gover tier, in Order -to prevent any Misunderstanding on a Point of so much Importance to the Inhabitants, and .thei Prisoners of the Crown, avails himself of this Oppor .tunity to state;that'it-has been signified ,bythe. Right "Honburable the Secretary of State, for:the .Home De 'partment,'It` at- the 8th Section of the 5th.. Geo. 4. S" Chap 84th, neither precludes, nor was intended to " preclude, the local Government from making any "r Regulation which may be necessary respecting the • iRe-assignment of the Service of Convicts ;".' and further, " that the Governor, whQ is empowered; to as sign that Service, is fully competent to modify hi's " Assignment in such Manner as Justice and good Policy " may, require." ...... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

SALE BY B' CON. In the Estate of James Squire, ..la.e:; of . isig Point, dec. r hY BE 'SOLD -BY :AUCTION?.at' the 'Market Place, on I Thursday; the 9th of August, .3 Mares, 2'Fillies, 2 and 3 year old, i . A' few head of Horned Cattle and a:quantity ?, l?ps. DANIEL COOPER, Administrator. aTeri oo Warehouse, l JulyIst, 1527. J . HORSE BAZAAR, AND CARRIAGE MART. ,.IR. PAUL, res-: " t. pectfull ac-, quaiuts .the entle men of, Nw South Wales, that.: with a view to facilitate the iale of Horses, and att the reccommenda tion'of his niumerous Patrons;.'he; has de termined" upon:'esta blishing a monthly Auction, for tiWir disposal on'equitable terms, at his new Rooms George Street, Gentlemen havingi * Carriages or other vehicles, Harness &c. to dispose of will .find a quick market in this ivay. 'Pirediicsito the commence 'imnt of the periodical sale (of which.due inotice .willbe given,), aii'rangements will be made. 'forýthe .eceptg .of Horsesi ' previous to'sale. Particular iof rag...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 August 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.: The *risoners by the Guildford will be :landed, to morrow.1-a'How and when assigned not known:. Apply to Dr. Wardell. : This morniing thirty-seven prisoners' wt?re removed from hte Gaol, to be forwarded to'the interior; for the 'purpose of 'being worked' in irobs, pursuant 'to toheir s ntences. r e. . Fifty prisoriers will be transshipped from TIe Phlznix Hulk, to the Brig Governor ' Phiiip, to-morrow'in odier to their being:transported to the: sland of Goinoirah. Some boys were playing on Friday Eveniing by moon light, near the brink of an unenclosed well, .opposita t the old. , Police Office in George Street, :when one of. them .fell in, a depth of seve,.al fathoms. The Witer ifi, .the well. was, also deep. His companio s cried.aluul . for aid to. save the boy, who a,upported, hins?!f[l. b swimming. A foot-passenger casually passi'ng, 'mme diately ran for a rope, and alarmed the nearest resident, -Captain Payne; who with great; promptitudi;nd t._. manity pr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 August 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THEI MO??roR. SIR, IN your Monitor of Monday Evening, you- say thai , " Hart's sentehce vas commuted by General Datling' I BEG to say this is incorrect, for it was Sir Thbmnas Brisbane, who commuted the sentence. : . MY reason for being certain is, that I was for a fort night employed in the' Private Secretary's Office,:and at that period Sir Thomas himself gave me Hart's memo rial, with the commutation of his sentence inscribed on it, for the purpose of laying before Mr. Litbgow, ther acting as Private Secretary, Major Ovens being at the point of death; I merely offer this, that you may not be accused of any mistatements, or toiat your enemines shc.uld have to arraign you for endeavouring falsely to attribute deeds to Governor Darling, which he has not, done. I am, Sir,- . Your Obedient Servant, ~aftt~.4

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