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Appin, 27th, March, 1829 TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

Appin, E27AhrMarnch, 1829 To THa EDITOR or TrS SYDNBY MONITQR. The Settlers about here are taking the advan tage of a fine " wheat-sowing-season," (thanks be given to God for the same,) to plough the land, and sow as much grain as their circum stances will admit of :-The maize crops, con aidering the late drought, look well; but I fear that many of my neighbours as well as myself will not have many "cobS" to pull, owing -t the black natives. These " innocents" stroll about in parties of about 100 to 150 men :-They keep a' sharp look out for the settlers and their servants ; and as soon as they perceive the master and his men go to " patta," they send one of their tribe to " gammon" the master, while the rest of the !' Innocents" pull the cobs from off the stalks, and having collected a heap of corn, each per son takes a few, and they then decamp with their plunder. I myself have just discovered that in the space of an hour, and a half, I have had about l0 biushels of corn taken by t...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

JXMEaSTIC INTELLIGENCE. A. Colonist lately returned firorm the Mo fher Country, informs us, that Mrs. Mac. 'uarie is in the best health, and still resides in London. Our late worthy Governor Sir ~homnas B;-iSbane, always calls upon the vbnerable relict of his predecessor, when he Iurneyrj to London. On his last journey 4,e sav w i\rs. Macquarie often, the concerns 4of thig Colony being at that time the chief o¶ject of his journey to the metropolis, and he always, spake wvith animation of the. ';deep inuterest he took in the people of New V4tiat " Waleq. i' I° supposed the whore of the ceiling iiater of :the Court-house of, the upper % ; <eO?rogsiil4 hqve to' be removed and replaced with plaister better supplied *vith' Inime and 1iair. All 'partieas feel .unsafein, sitting uc .er, it.; and if', there should be,, much!danmp weather, that fear will be in creased. , Chistian charity,---The Rev. Editor -of. the 'Sydn'ey Gazette, (7th Inst.). in, lieu of answering our arguments...

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FORMER TIMES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

FORMER TIMES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. I was present in St. Phillips' Church when Archdeacon Scott preached the funeral sermon on the death of Major Ovens, late of the 48th Regt., and late Engineer of New South Wales. Mr. Scott represented the Major as a virtuous character, and as having gone to Heaven. I do not say he is not gone there, be cause I trust that during his illness, he repented of his severities and follies, but I certainly could not understand why he should be praised in a spiritual point of view, by the Venerable Archdeacon. I am, now Sir, a freed man, and many years having elapsed since I endured the sufferings I am about to narrate, and the Major having gone to the bar of God, I feel no longer that resent ment I once felt; but rather desire to learn the great art of forgiving injuries; and I assure you therefore, my only motive for relating tue follow ing facts is, to shew the fallacy of common and fashionable opinions, and that with all General Darling's fault...

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

- . NEW SOUTH WALES. W ?r?r:l?MEN of the TYPOGRAPHII A -tT are respectfully informed. 'i ksare erecting atCampbelltown .the manufacture of Printing, Ink, of- va o?' urs, that will bear immediate hoo a quantity of which'is already on: i petrir Ink for fine book-work, at one j5siea Pir pound. .Orders, addresse'd to Dr. Walker, at his isjpensary, Campbell-town, will meet at 'N. B. Strong pearl-ash for %ale. NOTICE iT having been represented to me, that ex* tensive depredations have been for home jime past, and now are, committed on my lands, comprising fitteen hundred and fifty acres, knows by the name of" Leagh Farm" and late the property of Mr; Joseph Penning ton deceased, and situate on the left bank of he first branch of Hunter's River in the County of Dirham : These are therefore to .aution all persons to abstain from trespass= ing thereon, either by cutting down the timber, and splitting of shingles, grazing acttlc, or otherwise.-It is further notified to ~ll whom it may concern,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

TO THE EDITOR OF THv STDNBWI MONITOR, Through the medium of your widely cir. culated Journal, I beg leave to enquire, if any just cause can be assigned, why Appli 'cants for Tickets-of-leave cannot obtain their indulgence, until from 4' to 5 (and some of them from 6 to 7 months) after the respective benches of Magistrates have deem ed the said applicants to be eligible, agree ably to existing Regulations. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, QUERIST. Lower Minto, March 28th, 1829,

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COBBETT'S POLITICAL REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

COBBETT'S POLITICAL REGISTER. 'a P. S. Since the above.wae written, I have reeei red the Dublin Morning Register, containing the speech of Mr. O'Connell, at Drogheda, on the 14th of July. Of this spepph the following is an extract: " ' I go to Parliament (and I can see no reason that "' should not) I shall call things by their right names " and I shall denounce every public peculation as , "' robbery--(cheers.) I have so exerted my voice in " Clare that I am now afilicted with a kind of Saoo. " hoarseness; hut I shall soon be restored, and I trust: ' that the genuine Irish accents will resound in St " Stephen's. My friends,--in my place in the Britiah f' House of Commons, I shall not seek personal ag " grandisement | my grand and only object shall !A " the regeneration of my native country." .' IF"! Ifl go to Parliament"! Is it come tW' this already ? If this be the infancy of his member" ship what will his old age be? What ! declare to th: people of Clare; declare to them. " on the...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY APRIL 11. THE PEW AFFAIR SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

SATURDAY APRIL 11 THE PEW AFFAIR SETTLED,. eRmu,: . AL .iat --'Xhis c ae s a5t len gth co e ; 3 reft. On Tuesday week, .when r.,Lenith,, o behalf of the defendant, moved for anct?:er ne ;" triai, the Judgec declined graning one They stated, that .it was their opinion f er much consideration, that the Commissionr ji had, through the Revdrend R.~ Hill, the power to dispossess persons of their ocatc on giving them six tmonits notice. Due notice0 it was true, had-n.ot been given to the de fendant previously to the alleged trespas3s ; but as the case had been once de cided by IVr. Justice Dowling with Ac sessors at Nisi prius, and as a new trial could' not now be of real benefit to the defendant, inasmuch as the, six months notice given virtually by the lodging of the information would have expired before the cause could - be tried again, the Court declined encourag ing further litigation. With this dq:ision: we 9ught to be aatis fled, at least in all respects .wherein no fur ther redres...

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IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 April 1829

IMPORTANT' *'ISIOWT. SPoU ce Ofice, Monday.-.After their Wor. ships Mr. hossi and Mr. Wolstonecraft had taken their seats, some ordinary examina. tions were gone into. In the mean time, Juqtices Bunn and Brown, dropt in, making four in number. It was supposed, the par ties had been forwarned, as Mfr. Kerr (one of the bar) appeared also in Court, to re present the Attorney or Solicitor General. Mr.. E. 8. Hall's name was then called aloud, and. he appeared. He was charged with harbouring an absentee, a run.a-way Convict of the name of Peter Tyler. Mr. Hall admitted, he had employed the 'said prisoner, not however as a run-a-way, but as his own proper servant; for, although Mr. Hely the Superintendant of Convicto, had written to him some ago to direct him to de liver up to ,the' Convict Barracks, the. said prisoner-servant, on the ground that His Excellency General Darling had revoked his assignment, yet he RMr. H contenrced, that in such revocation His Excellcne hbd dcted unadvisedly...

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

NOTICE. New South Wale } To wit } ADMINISTRATION. having been gran-   ted by the Supreme Court to the under- signed, Simeon Lord, sole Executor to the last will and testament of Francis Short Esq, Mr. L, requests, that all demands on the Estate and Eff'ects, (when recovered) may be forthwith forwarded to him, with the particulars or nature of the claim, in order that some method may be adopted for the eventual liquidation of such as may be proved just. And all persons indebted to the said Estate, are desired to pay the amount of their re- spective debts to the said Executor, with as little delay as possible. The undersigned will let on lease or otherwise, that valuable extent of grazing land, comprising two thousand acres, forming part of the estate of the deceased, situate on the right bank of Hunter's River, immedi- ately fronting the Government reserve at Nelson's plains, and distant twelve miles by land from Newcastle ; also an allotment of ground in the town of New...

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

i? NoTrrc TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'it consequence of a great num :ei of our Subscribers requesting us to go back to Saturday evening, as our day of publication, we hare .acceded to their wish. Our Advertising Friends are re 'quested to do us the favour of send ing us their Saturday -Adfertise iments as soon after 9 o'clock as pos sible; otherwise our publishing will be so late in the evening as to give general dissatisfaction, I?:Js it true, that besides the Stamp act, other acts have been imposed upon, his Majesty's loyal and very distant subjectsC'ih this Colony, con trary to, Act of Parliament, that is to say 'without the certificate of the'Chief Justice 'having been first procured P A Is it true; that the Newspaper-Act-of-Cound,l, and indeed .all the other Colonial Acts of. all sorts and sizes are, by the new Act of Parliament, rendered nwdl and. void that, all convictions which have taken place under taiem since the new Act of Parliament ar rived in the Colony, are illegal, not forg...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STEl$.1NG PRICES OF TI MARKET. £ s, d. Wheat per bah. 0. 7 6 Ducks .......0 .1 Maize, do..... 0 6 0 Fowls, per pair 0 4 . Barley, do.... 0 5 0 Geese, do ...: 0 1 Potatoes cwt.. 0 15 0 'rurkjes, do. .. 0411 Rutter, per lb. 0 2 0 Hay, per ton.. 17. 0 Eggs, per doz. 0 2 -6 Straw, per load " t l George Street Sydncy Ncrv South IDITBD., PRINIED, ANI PUULIHIED 1Y THE 1'ROPHIcTOI. EDWARD SiM1TI1 HAIL;

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

-Tipping *nteIrif enre. drrival---On Tuesday tha Alice from Hobart Tows with colonial produce; same (lay the Lang from Hobart Town with potatoes; same day the Huntsr from New Zealand with flax &c.; same day, the losi from the Isle of France with sundries; on Wednes day the Krothee (Russia) Constradt, the Gdide from Hobart Town, the Elisabeth and Mary from Mac quarie *Island, and. -iberty from Newcastle "With coals ; on Thursday the Darling from Port Dalrym ple with sundries; .the Lord Liverpool from Newca tle with coals. Departureso-The Jurry f6r.New Zealand. Projected Departures.-Mary Hope and Midas (or Liverpool, with Colonial, produce, the C'omer'', BJ3atavia with ballast, the.- Blues for Rio Janetro wi1h Collonial Produce, the 12th; Waterloo for Port Dl-e rymple, the Harmony for New Zealand the 16th1 the Mary for London, an4 Jdpiter. for Sincapore the 20th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

nrtaed at-Woods's,London HdUase George St' d large Quantity of prepaied ANT OSIVE PAINT, particulaily recom ad d Obr the preservatlon of Shingles, and p"ropin of Park and Qther Fences, at 3s. alon. /Also, q4 Iogsheads of HVsNT'S matchless Blacking, warranted to be the best ever im ported, at Is. 6d. per pint, or lOs. per gallon. 4.considerable allowance to Dealers. A large Assortment, ex Hariet, of English hleck Tin, Japaned, Metal Goods, and Hard ware consisting of "sh covers Ditto glue-pots (onfee pots Ditto scrapers Shaving ditto Ditto spittoons Candlesticks Ditto patent Vash-hbad Yanekins ` basons tea caddies- Ditto siftera (acks ,Ditto padlocks sugar boxes Brass ditto (Ash ditto Italian irons Dark lanteo Gridirons Tumblers Brewing bowls Candle boxes Flat irons 4pittoons Coffee, and large mills Metal tea-pots Cork screws ditto salts Curry combs sitto plates and dishes Snutfers Ditto washhand basins 1000 gross of corks 1gitto coffee biggins 300 Patent English scales Ditto table a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

REWARD. A VERY considerable feeling having been excited by the late atrocious Robb ry 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 public, for bringing to justice the murderer and accessaries; and that all sums received on this account will be paid over to such parties as shall give information as anay lead to their conviction, as well as to con stables ani others who may assist in their appr-bhension. N. B.-6O has been already received. Sydney, April 8. THE LATEST IMPOPATATIONS. . T HE undersigned begs to call the atten. L I 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 Mark...

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HUNTER'S HILL, 30th March, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

-HUNTER'S HILL, 30th March, 1829. SIR, I am? truly sorry, that I am compelled to give up taking in the " Sydney Monitor," and to request that you will not continue sending the pap o td me after this date, The quarter now 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 " Sydney Monitor" is, be course I fear I will not in future be able to pay for it. 'i'he cultivation of a large garden. is the means by which I have for a lung 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 procured1 (and that with a most saving hand) a superflu obis shilling remained not in my pocket. This is not all ; I am obliged to take in cat tle to graze for sake of manure, and I must now either give up applying industry to culti vation, or toil only to- supply the greedy de mands of a drunken Pound- keeper. I keep a stock-...

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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 — 13 April 1829

DAIARY. MEMORANDUM. OIi THB ENSUJNO WE K. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AHD S IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. I 6th Sunday in Lent.-Palm Sunday S I iHigh Water, 2 in the Morn.-28 m, p. 2 V Aft. 2jj iJHigh Water, 59 in. p 2 morn-32 ni. p.3 Aft H j UighWater, Sn. p.4 Morn-36 m. p. 4 Aft. - I High Water, 15 mn p. 5 Morn.--43 in. p. 5 SI I Ait. I jigh Water, 12 minc..p. 6 Morn.-46 mt. p 6 )Aft. Ii gh Water, S in. p. 7 Mora-42 m.,p. 7 ' Aft. Good Friday. High Water, 10Omn. p.,B morn.-36 in. p. 8 Aft. San rises, 27 m. p. 6, sete, 33 in. p. 5. SATUIRDAY ......... 6878 i5 S. E. Fair. SUNDAY ........... 6276 O0Do. Do. MONDAY .......... 62,77 Do. Do. TUESDAY........... 63 76 66 Do. Do. WEDMESDAY ...... 64 SO 67 N. E. DO. THURSDAY ........ 63 Do. Do. FaiDAY ...s6.... 2l68 Do. Do.

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY APRIL 13. THE PEW AFFAIR SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

TIM MONITOU. MONDAY APRIL 13. THE PEW AFFAIR SETTLED. REax v. H&L.L.--Thi as iAs aSt length get at ,rest. On Tuesday week, when Mr. Keith,on behalf ,of the defendant, moved for another new trial, the Judges declined granting one They stated, that it was their opinion after much consideration, that the Commissioners bad, through the Reverend R. Hill, the power to dispossess persons of their seats on giving them six months notice. Due notice' was true, bad n bees give to the de fendant previously to the alleged trespss3; bat as the case had been once de. cided by Mr. Justice Dowling with As sessors at Nisi prius, and as a new trial could not now be of real benefit to the defendanr, inasmuch as. the six months notice given virtually by the lodging of the information would have expired befufe the cause could be tried again, the Court declined encourag! ing further litigation. With this decision we ought to be satia fied, at least in 11 respects wherein no fury ther redress is pe...

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Appin, 27th March, 1829 TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

Appins 27th March, 1829 To acs EDITOR OF THU SVDsNr MONITOR. The Settlers about here are taking the advan tage of a fine " wheat-sowing-season," (thanks be given to God for the same,) to plough the land, and sow as much grain as their circum stances will admit of :-The maize crops, con sidering the late drought, look well; bus I fear that many of my neighbours as well as myself will not have many " cobs" to pull, owing to the black natives. These " innocents" stroll about in parties of' about 100 to 150 mel :-They kedp a sharp look out for the settlers and their servants; and as soon as they perceive the master and his men go to " patta," they send one of their tribe to "r gammon"* the master, while the rest of the "innocents" pull the cobs from off the stalks, and having collected a heap of corn, each per. son takes a few, and they then decamp with their plunder. I myself have just discovered that in the space of an hour and a half, I have had about I) bushels l of corn taken by th...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

%JDOME&STIC INTELLIGENCE. A Colonist lately returned from the Mo. tlier Country, informs us, that Mrs. Mac. juarie is in the best health, and still resides SLondon, Our late worthy Governor Sit mass Brisbane, always calls upon the nverable relict of his predecessor, when be ,jioureys to London. On his last journey ks saw Mrs. Macquarie often, the concerns o' this Colony being at that time the chief 4bject of his journey to the metropolis, and he always spake with animation. of the deep iuterest he took in the people . New &outh Wales. JI ij supposed the whole of the ceiling plaster of the Court-house of the upper edf toormis, will have to be renmved and replaced with plaister better supplied with I me and hair. Au` parties feel unsafe in sitting under it;, and it- there should be much damp weather, that fear will be in creased. Christian charityp.-The Rev. Editor of the Sydney Gazette, (7th Inst.) in lieu of answering our arguments of last Saturday, decides in the fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

f _ NEW SOUTH WALES. 'TLF4MEN of the 1YPOGRAPHI CAL ART are respectfully informed, ~N, ° v~ro~g are erecting at Campbell- town eanufacture of Printing lnk, of va colours, that will besr immediate ho. a quartilty of which is a'ready on gperior Ink for fine- bo..)k-work, at one as pere 4ard to Dr. Walker, at his .jsposSIy, Cawpbell-town, will ineet at. '",. Strongm pearl.as h for sale. NOTICE: . 'having been represented to me, that ex. Stensiv depre latiots have been for e:me tiwe past, and now are, committed on my leods, comprising fifteen hundred and fifty scres, knows by the n:+me of ' Leagh Farm" and late the property of if r. Joseph Penning tpn deceased, and situate on the left bank of the first branch of Hunter's River in the Coasty of Djrhain : These are therefore to, caution all pere ms to abstain from trespass s'n thereon, either by cutting down the timber, and splitting of shingles, grazing cattle, or otherwise.-It is further notified to all whom it may enncern, that I have ...

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