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

We beg ,to inform our Subscribers both in town. and country, they must consider the delivery of their News ;papers by us to tho Post.master in Sydney as regards ourfriends up'the counstry, and to our nerws-carrier as regards' our friends in Town, a. valid ,:delivery to themniin law respectively the .same as if put. .into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to. complain to Sus by letter (post-paid) and, .asJ.ar as we.can, we wall remedy, the evil. JJBut we will not he answerable for the delivery of our, Journial in a more efectual manner, than thus set forth. "This is the condition on.w'dch we sell our Journal, and of. which wektereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. 7'he . public are cautioned to pay .no money, nor mahe any settlement on account of the. Proprietor of this Journal, without denmanding a ,PRINtED receipt. signed by him in his own proper hand writing. ' Mnty paid on his account without such receipt;, will .,no...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

Per O.jvO , !Monday. -He tir Kettlei .. ee, wasbtroughtbefore the Be'iach to answer ?e charge" of 'Elizabeth Apsey, who .lived d:vtli him. It appeared in evidence that a "rrel.' took place a feir evenings since be ween two parties, when Kettle struck the Woman several times-her contour exhibited *jident signs of the fracas. Kettle was bound over to take his trial at the Quarter Sessions for the assault. Samuel Aitchinson, a youth, and Daniel *GCarthy, an assigned servant, were charged by John Migley with attempted highway robbery. '1 he prosecutor appeared very re Itctant to give his evidence. lie refused to answer Captain Rossi's queries for some time; however, finding he was about to be .Dmmitted for contempt' of court, he found bis tongue. The two prisoners were fully g'ommitted to take their trial for attempted Eighway robbery. Margaret Godrey, assigned servant to AMrs. Aitchinson, was brought before- the Bench, being found in the streets about four 'clock in the morning. It app...

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Campbell Town TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

Campbell Town To THE E DITOR OF TIBS YDNEX MONITpR, Two verdicts for the Plaintiffs -were lately given in this Town, by the Commissioner.of the Court of Requests n the following causes, viz. Davis v',Cramer, and A.. B. C. v Davis. The first cause wastried about nine months ago, and the last about six mnonths or less. In the first 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 instanitly complied with ; and the Defendant ,Cra-. mner, vas made a special Bailiff to eczforce the Eame ! 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 had been'soughlt, but not obtained, being nmade a special bailiff in levying on the property of his orwn identical judgmerit-Cre. ditor! "After the De...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

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

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

- - - - -- - - - SALES BY AUCTION.   BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS,. o Monday the 6th of Apr. , without reserve,   at 11 o'clock precisely, at the residence of Mr. Girard of the Sydney Hotel, George Street. One thousand dozen of various kinds of wines of the best qualities. puncheons of rum in bond : antity of dlver plate T ,~ench China services Silver cruett stand i;.lated do. with silver edges Do liquor stand ý,,rious descriptions of furniture j6rey pony 3 years old, fit for the iaddle ' Say ditto ditto ditto Ui Mare do do do. 'Black horse, fit for saddle or'gig These horses are very well kzrowp and ed no comment. They will be sold by ivate contract, or on 'the day of sale, and ay be viewed at the stables of the proprie r as above, ;,. All purchases under £30, cash;, above Y30, S months credit. '4E LATE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION OF THE JUDGES. ,IUBSCRIPTIONS will be received at the S? Sydney Monitor Office, (for which formal receipts will be given) from tho#e persons...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SUPREME COURT (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

(Domestic .ntelligence continued,) , SUPREME COU.RT. (CONtNU.EI$ . S 'T.-DNESDAY, APRIL, .l--(Before Mr. Juctice Dowlinj.)--William.. Crawford and John Lunn were indicted for.breaking open the skilling of Martin Fgeely,,,a settler, at Cornwallis, on the night of the 19th of February, and taking therefr.om two bushels of wheat. 'Mr. Kerr, for the Attorney General, opened the case. Martin Freely examined.. I am.a settler.at: Cornwallis; I remember the Ilth of Februaryp. it was on .a Weduesdav, .abQut,l 1 or 12,.9'clock in the night, throe men came to the hu; ;.I .waf lyiu ng on the loft; twp of, them lhrpke. in, and filled two. bags with wheat; they., brought the' bags with them, I ,was lyipg in the ldof with pmy clothes on, I, should' havye1lai rdown below, where . the wheat was, 'butin consequtence of the rain the straw.,below was wet.. William. Crawford broke li,.. and Lunn assisted in.. filling the'bags with wheat... I knew them jntc)h before ; I knew Crawford particularly well ;....

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NEWS BY THE FERGUSSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

NE W S. BY TH-E PERGUSSON (From the Morning Chroniele, Oc tober 18.) In the Register of this day, Mr. Cobbett says, " She (the Church) sees, that if the Ca tholics be, as to political and civil rights, put upon a level with Potestants of the Church, the Church of Jreland, at any rate, must soon. give up her tithes and enormous rents of land; .that doge, or indeed only began, who is fool enough to believe that tithes will exist in England for a .year? Not Mammy; she is not fool enough to believe this : she knows that the whole would come tumbling down like a house from which the props are knock ed away. She is therefore in a state of great alarm; and when I say 5 she,' I mean to in elude the. whole Aristocraey ; to whom in fact belongs the distribution ,f. the tithes and other property, called ;Church property."'' It is curipus enough that the opinion here .expressed by Mr..Cobbett, should be almost universal on the' Continent. The writers there believe, that the English Aristocracy ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY APRIL 6, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

-r -- n- s -r --s- MONDAY APRIUL ., 1829. aI.um ethýrwwwýea ceý w e re v .. r sa three of the late Gazettes, there are three elaborate "comimentaries 6n the late decision of our Judges, which the 'Editor, assures us, pre this time,' his own proper comnposition, ,and .,arise from ,his own mere motion; and that in his periodical visits to the Colonial Secretary, it was not suggested to hitn .y the latter, ito write against what be, by way of emphasis; calls, The Decision. We'mu.st not follow onrdisinterestedsCon; temporary through 'all his arguments, as that would cause us to be as tedious as himself ; still, for want of a better' arrangement, we shall observe his order in treating upon -the subject, and .ansfer'his arguments seriatim, so far east as we consider them worth an swering. As the ground work 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 trbunal in this Cppntry, is founded. " IX. 'nd whereai...

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER. LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

LONDON FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.. LADIES , .F'om s kermann's Repositort of Arts, Fashions, tManufactures, 4*c. PnooasNAs DRESs.-- Dress of black sa tit turqne; the bodice made close and long waisted,j laced before and behind, and also pointed ; the sleeves are very large to the elbow, and twice confined; with black velvet 'bands, fastened by jet buckles. The sleeves :are smaller from the elbow to the wrist, and 'are 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 lise and lanceola laves, pointed upwards; chemisette within the dress, and full ruche.. Large circular bat 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 toiwards the top of the crown. Lavender colour gloves i black 'prunella -shoes; Thibet shawl of lavender colour. DINNER DREsS.-Black ve...

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

I:ib ,iconsequence of a great- num er. oI our Subscribers requesting Its to go back to Saturday eyvbnidg,. , our day of publication, we.has .e i ceded to their wish . S ..Our Advertising, Friends re re-.. quested to do us the favour of send "Ig us their Saturday Advertise nients as soon after 9 o'clock as pos sible; otherwise our publishing, will be so late in the evening as to giye * general dissatisfaction. Is it true, that: besides the Stamp .actiother acts hate been imposed ·upown; his Majesty's loyal a.id very distant subjects in this Colony, con .trary to Act of Parliament, that is to say. .without' the certificate of thel.Chief Justice having beenfirat procured P R Ait 'true, that the Newspaper-Aet-of.Comnca, and indeed all the othed Colcaial 'Acts of :LaE sorts and sizes are, by the-new Act of 1'arliment, rendered null and . void P that. al. .onvictions.'which have taken place under " them. since the new Act of parliament at. rived in the Colony, are illegal, not forgetting ...

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SUPREME COURT, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 April 1829

SUPREME ,COURT, TUESDAY. whe thrte Jndges sat in banco this day. ir. Williams rose on behalf of Mr. Iowe the case of Macalister Esq. J. P. v. 'lowe Jun. This being a rule granted fame days since for an action against Mr. t[owe for abusive language to Mr. Macalis S-r, Mr. Williams now produced affidavits a.set aside the rule granted : Mr. Unwin ppeared to urge the propriety of the rule )eing mode absolute.-It appeared from the flidavitso which Mr. Williamn read, that .his was a quarrel at -a tea table, and that ~r. Howe had applied the epithet of liar in iointed terms, and gave Mr. Macalister to iliderstand, that he, would make free with his olfactory member, if it were not for be lng bound over to keep the peace. Mr. acalister being a Magistrate, had applied or a rule in this action in his official capa y to protect him, as he said, from farther nsults from Mr. Howe.-The ,Judges after tD e consideration, set aside the rule. Dr. Wardell rose and addressed the urt in a very weak voice...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF TEIE LAS51 MARKET. L a. d.. Wheat per bsh. 0 7 6 Ducks ......°.0 '`' Maize, do,.;.. 0 6 .0. Fowls, per pair 0 : Barley, do.... 0 5 ::.0 Geec, do..... :0 Potatncs cwt.. 0 15 0 Tirkies, do.., Butter, per lb. 0. 2 0 Hia, per ton..: :' Eggs, per doz. 0 2 6 Straw, per loah 2' 81 George Street' Sydney Nco.w Sout A i, EDITED, PRINTED, ANUD PUBLISUEDj IY TIIE .PII'OPRIBTOR, .EDWARD SMITH' 4lALL, " )_.. . $1

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

bTipping Inteligete. - Arrivals--On Tuesday the Alice from Hobartr Tow' with' colonial produce ;. same day the Lang frontt Hobart Town with potatoes; same day the Huiter from New Zealand with flax &c.; same day, the ?onia from the Isle of France with sundries;. on Wednes dty the Krothee (Russia) Constradt, the G?ide froti Hobart Town, the Elizabeth aind Mary from Mac*" quarie Island,, and Liberty from Newcastle ;with: coals ; on Thursday the Darling from Port. PDalrym pie with sundries ; the Lord Liverpool from NewcW "i* tie with coals. - :i Departures-The Sufrry for New Zealand. Projected Departures.--Mary Hope and M1iiai ,fao Liverpool, with Colonial produce, the Co(mid~r' IBatavia with ballast; the Bluec.s for Rio Janeiroib. id Collonial Produce, the 12th; Jlaterloo for Port .Dal' rymple, the Harm~oony for New Zealand the 16th; the' Mlary for London, and Jupiter for. Sincapore the 200th. mmmw~py

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

JUST arrived from London, and to be ob-; 41 Win e atWoods's, London House Georg S:itree a large Quantity of prepared ANTI : CORROSIVE PAINT, particularly recom ,mended for the preservation of Shingles, and the p inting of Park and other Fences, at 3s. Spet -gallon. ".,Also, 20 Hogsheads of fhraTr's matchless' ? '.Blacking, warranted to be the best ever im Sported, at 10. Gd. per pint, or los. per gallon. .A considerable allowance to Dealers., " A large Assortment, ex Hariet, of English Block Tin, Japaned, Metal Goods, and Hard wrare consisting of Dbsh covers Ditto glue-pots Coffee pots Ditto scrapers shaving ditto Ditto spittoons Candlesticks Ditto patent wash-haid YPanekins basons Tea caddies Ditto sifters " acks, Ditto padlocks u?egar boxes. Brass ditto l eassh ditto Italian ironS oz CDark dnite Gridirons "annblers Brewing bowls ,Ca0die boxes Flat irons - ?pittbbons Coffee, and large mills Imetal ta-pots Cork screws Ditto salpto Curry combs Ditto platekand dishes Snuffers Ditto wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

REWARD. A VERY considerable feeling having been excited by the late atrocious Robbery and.Murder of Mr. William Clements, on the road to Hunter's River, and the conse quent insecurity of travelling in the interior ; -Notice is hereby given, that a Subscription has been opened at the bank of Australia for the purpose of offering a reward, on the part of the publie, for bringing to justice the - mitrderer and accessaries; and that all sums received on this account will be paid over to such parties as shall give information as may lcad to their conviction, ss well as to con stables and others who may assist in their apprehension. N. B.---30 has been already received. Sydney, April 8. THE. LATEST IMPORTATIONS. T HE undersigned begs to call the atten tion of the public to the following ex cellent assortment of goods, which,,in ad. dition to his former extensive stock, he has just laid in, and has now exposed for sale, on very low terms for ready money, at his ware rooms, No 73 Market and...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

~UPREME CO URT. TuLEsDAY.--John Williams was indicted for committing a high-way. robbery on the person of Patrick Ludlow on the. 13th Ja, nuary 1829. Mr. Kerr conducted the prosecution. PatrickLutidlhw examined, I live at Kis siug I;oint, I have no recollection of having seeh the prisoner before I saw him at the Police-office Parramatta, I was coming from Kissing Point, towards Parramatta on the 13th of January last, and between 8 and 9 o'Clock in the evening, I was met by a man much a}out the prisoners size, dress ed in dark clothes, but I will not swear it was the prisoner, he asked me who I was and where I was going, I told him ; he then asked?n'e for some tocacco and I gave him some, he asked if Mr. Williams my master was at home ? I told him no, he asked if he went to Mr. Williams could he get bread, I said yes ; he remarked his own, shoes were good for nothing and presenting his gun at me, which was a short musket or iblunder buss, he ordered me to take off my shoes, I did so,...

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HUNTER'S HILL, 30th March, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

. NTnR'a HILL, 30th March, 1829. I ann truly sorry, that I am compelled to ,gie "up taking in the " Sydney lMonitor." and to;, request that you will 'not continue sending th'e paper to me after this date, The :quarter ?iow due,, I shall very thankfully pay on my coming to Sydney. Allow me Sir to add, that the only reason for my giving up the " S'ydmy Monitor" is, be course I fear I will not in future be able to pay for it. The cultivation of a large garden is the means by which I have for a long time sup ported a numerous family. The seasons have contended fearfully against me, and their triumph have been such, that for a long time, after mere necessaries were procured, (and that with a most saying hand) a superflUd ous, shilling remained not in my pocket. This is not all* I am obliged to take in cat, tie to grape for sake of manure, and I must now either give up applying ipdustry to culti. .vation, or toil only to supply the greedy de maands of a drunken Pound keeper. I keep a stoc...

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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 — 11 April 1829

MEMORANDUM FOU THE ENSUING WEEK. .VRIATIONS OF El,TIE.RMOMETE , 4CC ?:CC. TILAK LM AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 " 1 IN TIBl -EVyNING RESPECTIVELY. ' - I " 6th Sunday in. Lent.--Palm Sunday i High Water, 2 in the Morn.--28 *;- "p." 2 I A tt. _ ' I High Water, 59 m. p 2 morn-32 m. p.3 Aft S l iig Water, 5 m.p. Morn.-36 m. p. 4 Aft. SI liglV Water,. 15 m* p. 5 Morn.-43 m. p, 5 _ I"_ Ait. DI Hig h Water, 12 mii. p. 6 Morn.--46 m. p 6 'I' :- Aft. I 11igh Water,'13*tip. .1 Morn-42 m. 'p. 7 'igh Water, 10 m. ,pn. norn.-36 .p p. 8 I Sun rises, 27 m. p. 6, sets, 33 mi p. 5, SATURDAY .:....,.. 68 78 65 S. E. Fair.. SUNDiAY ....: ..' 62 76 60 Do. Do. MONDAY ..,i...?..'62;7760lDo. Do. TUesDAY .......... .63 76 66 Do. Do. , • tVENESDAY ."..... ?4 80 671N. E. Do. TriURsDA-Y .... .. 63 78+691i)o. Do. FRIDAY 368.......... Do. Do,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

? . t?4ro must cousider the delivergof r 1-3,. o. uoCrj, , ut p wth o0o0 httry, an(.,to. bur, ,newrancarreri as regards' our )iendr, ii own, a alid . delipery toG them in law espctv , the auie qs; if puti •into their own /s ands.. S4. ribers wito do ~aot receive hlSdir4 papers rekilarly, are rquestel ito complain tob ,ts Gletter (pot-paid) ad,. as1 aras..we can, e: re w llire?i dy the eil :Bfiet "we utv not wu .e Qi mwedable forethe delivery of our Journa-iria a nore; qfeptual mtnannr, thalr thus set forth. ~A is-- t;ie condition .on which we ell,uo4r, Journa1, aFed of tqiciete lerebby .reguist all our Ssubscribei ,to take notice;, The public are..cautiried to pay j.o, mojesy, or maje any setlemrent on'accouit 'of te ProPrrieto R ."f this Jouirp21, -without :deWri'nding"' a PRINTED receipt. sin 4 byJ him in his .own proper 'thand writing. . loy' paid on his~accouitg without such receipt, will not le gi?gn ,redit for, ,nor ,achnuowedgC4 in any way. Substcribers to this Joitrnal' o re...

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Domestic Intelligence continued.) SIR THOMAS BRISBANES CUP. AND THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

Domestic Iiztdlligenc co;X SIR THOMAS TI.- @ypB U. *AND r ,;t On Wendesday m. ~bon 1h " of nine, the " oad leadin@ j to the .Oac eouL oars thtrongecd witih cciucot ianc and r~~~ @r'ani, ali 1aae 2ini;3 to the s( C. nc. cf . diversion. Iehwknll c of cvc t' r from the drag to the four in hind, wc L inkg adong as. ast as thke naa' .s 'owx there-here and there, bt ij on the hill by Cooper'l loaded hacks canme to a staund-:ta' n aces of one car were under ti c getting out and proeedcing on them an asýiwtartn ;7 cwtb up W, .kdnriig, 6" Vaith honey and Dhillinge to come to the raecs ..l Z, -6 thine, and as F'in travellin ; "30v;, I nust have the. coney Tihe drivCr refused to r #tuio: Ulf saying Paddy could get iau .. n tir i t Of thie hill, E6 WJhy yo ce@ 'c said P addy, E paid to go in your e prise 1o get up the hZil5s w y,a. 'g(;iurg up hill in my life ;'8 the rlrvv:-ý : c:I and Paddy took his station Z IN. a : s - heado, swearing he would e ai taEbydney badc a gain, or o'uld i a i mol"!...

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