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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

To THa EDITO3. OF WAS STDxaw f ONoTron, Sl a, 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 toteisting Regulations. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, QUERIST. Lower Milntof } March 28th, 18i9,

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

We by to inform our Subscribers- both in town and c ountry, they mist.consider the dlivery.of their New-* papers by us to tho Post-master in.Sydney aa-regards ourfriends up the.country,. asd to our -:news-carrier as regairb- our friends,,in - Twamn, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if put into their othi hands. Subscribers who donot receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter (post-paid). and, as.far as we can, we ws't remedy the evil. But we wits not be answerable for the delivery of our Joisrnal in a, more effectual manner, than thus set, forth. This is the conditipo qz which we. ell our Journal, and of which we Aqreby request all our Subscribers to take notice. The 'public qre cautiqued to pay ,no money, nor make any settlemenat on account of the Proprietor of this .JourSal, without demainding a PRI NTID receipt. signed by him in his own proper hand writing. Money paid on his ageounmt without such receipt, will not be given ...

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Domestic Intelligence continued.) SIR THOMAS BRISBANES CUP. AND THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

Domestic Intelligence .continued.) SIR THOMAS. BRISBANES CUP' AND TIlt RACES. 0 On Wendeiday morning about the .hot ; of nine, the road leading to the race course was thronged with equestrians and pede. trians, all habtening\ to the scene of joy and diversion. Vehicles of every description, from the drag. to the four in hand, were push ing along as fast as the nage would take them-here and there, but more particular.l on the hill by Cooper's distillery, the over loaded hacks came to a stand-still-the in mates of one car were under the necessity of getting out. and proceeding on foot; one of them an Irish air went up to the driver ea claiming, " Faith honey and I paid you ev. shillings to come to the races in that ere ca thing, and ai I'm travelling a foot d,ye : now, I must have the money back n ain ' The driver refused to return the moaey, saying Paddy could get in again at the hp of the hill. " why dye see Mr. Car driver said Paddy, I paid to go in your car on pm pose to get up th...

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COBBETT'S POLITICAL REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

COBBETT'S POLITICAL REGISri h. " P. S. Since the above was written, I have ved the Dublin Morning Register, contsinina speech of Mr. O'Connell, at Drogheda, on the U of July. Of this specch the following is 4n extrMII' " If Igo to Parliament (and I can see no reasonti0 should not) I shall cr11 things by their right ns6 " and 1 shall denounce every public peculatial; " robbery-(cheers.) I have so exerted my voils " Clare that 1 am now afflicted with a kind of Sai " hoarseness; but I shall soon be restored, and 1Ja1 " that the genuine Irish accents will resoundiD 3 Stephen's. My friends,-in my place, n the hB " Iouse of Commons, I shall not seek persoali " grandisement; my grand and ozdy object ihalil ' the regeneration of my native country." " IF"! If I go to Parliament"!! Is it=co P this already P If this be the infancy of his a abip what will his old age be? What I declare II* people of Clare; declare to them. " on the wordWli GENTLEMAN and a LAWYER," that he " could, and that be w...

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IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

f MZiORTA1lr `T BO3t5ZSON:. Polfce Office;, "honday.--.After thei Wot ships Mr. Ltossi and Mr. Wolstonecraft hads taken their seats, 'Sot e ordinary examina. tions were gone into. 'In the mean time, Justices Bunn and Brown, dropt in, making four.in number. It was supposed, the par. ties had been forwarned, as Mr. Kerr (one of the bar) appeared also in Court, to re present the Attorney or Solicitor General. Mr. E; S. .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 Convicts, 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 Mr. I-I contended, that in such revocation His Excellency had acted u...

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

a SoVTur WALaS 4 .'TO: WIT. A' DMINIS'TRATION bavingbeen gran ted by the Supreme Court to the'under 'd ned, Simeon Lord, sole Executor to the last will and testament or Francis Short Esq, Mr. . requests, that all demands on the Estate and affects, (when recovered) may be forthwith forwarded to him, with the particulars or nature of the claim, in order that som inethod may 'be adopted =for the eventual 'quidation of such as may be proved just. Apd all persons indebted to the said Estate, are desired to pay the amonut of their re apective debts to the said Executor, with as Wi t)e delay as possible. The undersigned will let on lease or otherwise, that' valuable extent of grazing mlond, 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 Velson's plains, and distant twelve miles by apd from Newcastle; also an allotment of ground in the town of Newcastle. Applica tion to b...

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Tn consequence of a great num ber of our Subscribers requesting a to go back to Saturday evening, as our day of publication, we ha ,e 7a&cceded. to their wish. Our Advertising Friends are re ` uested 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. XIut true, that besides the Stamp act,other acts have been imposed upon his Majesty's loyal and.cery distant subjects in this Colony, con trary to Act of Parliament, that is to say without the certificate of the Chief Justice having beenfirst procured ? it true, that tke Newspaper-Oct-of-Council, and indeed : all 'the other Colonial Acts of all sorts and sizes are, by the new Act of Parliament, rendered null and void P that el convictions which. have taken place under thaern since the new Act of Parliament ar rived in the Colony, are illegal, not orgetting. th...

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FORMER TIMES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

FORMER TIMES. To Tea EDIoTU O0 ?HD MONITOR. I was present in St. Phillips' Church when Archdeacon Scott preached the. funeral sermon on thh 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 understaud 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 the follow- ing facts is, to shew the fallacy of common and fashionable opinions, and that with all Gene...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 April 1829

SUPREME COURT.   TUESDAY.—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. Patrick Ludlow examined, I live at Kis- sing Point, I have no recollection of having seen 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 about 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 me 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 blunder- buss, he ordered me to take o...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

SUPREM&w. CRIMI·NAL. COURT. WEDNESDAY.--Thoman8'Jones. was indicted for a burglary in the dwelling house of Mr. Wm. Cape, at Brisbane Water, on the 18th March last. Mr. Henry Cape, the son of the prosecutor,.residing upon the farm in the absence of his father, who was living in Sydney on the 18th February last, between the hours - of 5 and 6 in the mnorning when he awoke, missed a; gun, the property of' his father, value £1 Currency; a pair of trowsers of his own, value 15s. ; some powder and bullets, the property of his father, value 15s.; and a pair of boots, his own property, value 4s. ; from the dwelling-house. (His Honor, at this time, discovered, that there was a variance in the dates sworn to by the witness as to the robbery having- been com mitted and that laid in the indictment. The Crown oli'citor did not think this was 'ma tcrial, and readeeveral law passages in sup port of his argarment. Mr. Justice Stephen, however, (as the prisoner had no Coutsel) ,intimated th...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) THE MURDER OF MR. CLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

(Domestuic nltelligence ontinesed).) THE MURDER OP MR. CLEMENTr There is.a great feeling ezcited by' the lamentable end of thiu- young. man. We understand that some publihc-spirited and bunmane persons have set aM~at a'subscrip thon to. add to the pecuniary reward offered by the Government fore the apprehensioni of bi 'atrocious '.murderer, arnd that f40 bhavi: ilady bee ik1suds itbed. It "lppears '.ti iiia company with tw4 assigned servantas one of whom carried a loaded musket, Mr. Cle mitieit was making the best of his wayto the "resi eince of Mr. Bingle, 'a'respectable 'land holder up Hunter's River, just on this side the ridge of mountains. In. ascending. ahill he got offb hi horse and-led hip.. Two, men came up at the momerst, one armed with a pistol,;; seeing the armed servantj the fellow chose to beg 'rather than demand..: He asked' for tobacco. Mr. Clements con- ceiving great personal danger, put his haed out and felt for the holster or in his pocket for a pistol, but with t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

to .infpornmuro Subcr~iber: '. othd 4ie Kwed. :.,try,4they n,ust cinieCder the deliaey of their .Vt-. ;pC e by h to tho Popt-master in SydSey as regarid frsdfiendst;sp the country, and to our new.i-C.rti.er .a regar"d our frierds t.v lTown, a ,alid delivery 4 them it law, respectivelt ; the ,ame as . if put lto their owrn hands. .Subs, ribers who o not recnies, :heir papers retratlarlq, are rqugsted to toIplain-to. e b~ yt cter (po.st'paid) and, as far as we can,- we 'illremcd4 tle evil. IBut we witl not be answuerable or t4e deliri;. of" onr Jo?n nal in a more effectual :.nuer, . thurs set Jfrth. 7i his is the cndition . w evhich.??,~-' . ell our Journ,.al, and of wuich we hereby, 'l?uest alloutr S,Sb.?crzbers to takr notice. I ;ptvublic are cautioned to pay .n, m qneey, nor make S?ay settlement o,' account of t.e Proprietor oj :thBis .Journld, without demanding a PRINTED receipt. 4signed by hinm in his o. ojr proper hand writing .Money paid on his account ulithout such receipt. wa...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LA[?] MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

SYDNEY MARKET. AVERAGE STERLING PRICES .OF TH' E l • s. d. Wheat per bah. O 9 01 lucTi ......0 ;, , Maizc,do,.... 0 4' Fowls, per pair? : B3rley, do.... 0 5 6." Geese, do .... I Pbtatoeb ewt....O 13 '6 Turkies, do.... O0 ., Btlter, per lb, 0' 2 0O' Hay, per ton.. i'I Egg?, per doz. 0" 2 5 Strawper load : ?' 1' STERLLNGP1tICES OF FLOUR.-Per 100 b1:.0 Dixon...... ........ . 20.. * 1º, Cooper ....... .... 20 I BLarker .....r ........ 20 . . Raine.........,...... .20 Darling Mills:....... 20 6 . ' SI Grerge Seet fS ydnmy NAes' uthW Its 5IATBu1) PRINISEL, AND PUBEbIl. ,,,4 "' " Y TrBE PROPtiETr?DP, EDWARD SIt T? HALl,. .

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. (The following mell written letter got to hand only this week. It appears to us to have been a long time on the road; but the intelligent writer shall not lose his labour. Ed.) NEWS FROM AN INTERNAL CASPIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

To THE EDITOR oF T# SYpNET MoNTn, It (The folloring ,nellWaritten letter goI to .4and only this week. .I appqara to ui to have .?en a long time on the road; but the intelligent ritwri haul ps llose Ihis labour. Ed.) .NEWA FROM AN INTEBNAL CASPIAN. SIR, Letters, we understand, have been receivs from Captain .Sturt, who, our readers may re collect set out one sunshiny.day last Novembr.. with no small equipment, to explore the vast it ternal vortex seen by our late Surveyor GencJd ten years ago, into which it. would appear t . Macquarie River and other Western c?i drain. These Iqers inf?o us, :th?t the enterprisi explorers have Lad a hot time of it; the revcr, berated heats they have experienced 'having pre duced some distrestin .cases of opthalmia. The.y' found, it seems, no difficulty in penetrating be. low Mount Harris to ~zlout that point of th. Marsh at which Mr. Oxley having lost eit :i the trees and land, felt it prudent go "? uC about,"---the whole expanse around being, afsr ps...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

4zi8oRlbND ? FOR THE ENSIING WIEIK. vARaIA ONS .Qg THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TA IV AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AN 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. Easter clay. SHiighlater, 66 m. p. 8 Mpor-.ý1P.m. P.,9 .Fuli Moon, 47 m. p.4 Aft. S-- T ater, 30 m. p9mora-'50 p. p. 9 Nt. S E:ster Monday. S'i lcWater. 5 m, 0 Morn.-25i.p. 10, N ltFigh WYater, 45 m- p.10 Morn.--11 'clock , t . . . . • if h f tetr, 16 m. p. 11 Morn.-35' m. p. l' 1 c ,Nt. ? Iigh Water, 56 m p. 11 Morn -? gh Wesater, 2i' m. p. 12 wan.--46 m. p.2 ' S Sun rises, 34 m. p. 6, sets, 26 m.,p S. ,ATURDAY ......... 68 78165 S. E. Fair. ..UNDAY *......Jt*** 7660o, D. pMONDAY ............1776) Do. t (6UE3sDA7 ......... 6376 6f )o. 1 HURS DAY ...........3 71?9Z .)o. io. FiD.AY .. ........ ..6582'68 Do. Do.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

&Rippjing Intelligaite. .rrlvals.-On Sunday the Isabella, from Moreto*: Bay and Port Macquarie, Sth Inst. sundries. Same day the Emma Kemp from Newcastleon the 10th Inst. coals. The Harling from lort Dalrymple. On Mo? dtiy the Mary Elizabeth, fromn Port Macquarie, 11th Inst. pine logs, &c. On Wednesday the Cumberland, from China 8th Feb. tea &c. Same day the Lambt~l' Sfrom Port Stephens 14 inst. On Friday thc:Haweis, ft•im New Zealand, skins &c. Samue day the IYit. Liam Young front Calcutta and Hobart Town 11th. Oct. sundries. The Lor. Liverpool from Newcastle, 15th Inst. coals. The Queen Charlotte from India 19th January. ,Departures.--The' Lord Liverpool for Newcastlc on the 12th. The Midas and Comet for Batavia, and Liverpool on the 12th. The Mary Hope for Li verpool 14th Ins~- -.The Waterloo for Fort Dalrym' pie, on the 15th Instant. The Harmony, New Zealan-. der, and Fairy for New Zealand, on the 17th Inst, Projected Departures.-The Lord Liverpoo...

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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

( (Dorm. stic) . " A young man residing in York Street., on iha' evening of Sunday last, in a: staite of temporal i2!'"f sanity, swallowed a quantity of poison. It is siad hard drinking has caused this acet; the cireumntancem was, happily discovered time enough to enable D." Mitchell, under whose .care he was placed, to recovd'" the man. W$i C. Wentivorth, in his defence of the libel casa Rter. v. Haves, made use of theI followifig rather sit?-" gular expression, in this Colony. " Gcntlemen, yedl4 who are confined so closely within the Barracks, are' not so likely to be capable of deciding a case of libel as out=Barrack-men." Mr. ;VWentworth's letter to Sir George Murray, 'oP t the punishment of private Bou:Tcl, was delivered at Government House on T'hursday evening, about ' o'clock, and. a receipt taken for ;he same. . Copiks we understand have been transmitted by the. lnst. ships which sailed, to Sir George Murray, Mr. Stew art, &c; The first copies would arrive i Englan' ...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

ENGLSIT MISCELLANIES. The Bow.street Justices are .pedling with dugar rogues--why don't they fly at a high er quarry, and ctadk the West-end hellsr; The Pan .$ryeuu in St. James's-street, .is t· full ~C ':' like a plumed and painted courtesan. 2 Thi fabric flaunts it in full day; Tbere all is gay and glittering, and teeming. with destruction. This is the scene where tihousads part from hand ,to hand .on the turn of a card or die. Here Lords and Com .moners, -onorables and Right Honorables, *?crovid to pander to the avarice of a vulgar -upstart. But no, Croekford is now an Esquirc-" William Croekford, Esq. of 59, 4,1 St. James's-street, and of Susse~r-place, - Regent's-park !"--o this ?Gaminghouse .keeper is described in the Court wuide. The Fishmonger an Esquire! In two or three years, at this rate, we may:ec:pect to see him dubbed :aeonet or mnight. A Du .al Coronet fell to a '.millioniare ;' Crock ford' is said to be 'corth 200,000, and ought at least to be 4Right Worshipful!' iam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

S at HQ ASi 0 ICEa R i p Wholesale,- ?ndmc Mail ose Sthe Bank- of Austrilia. i.A great variety of hostery* saut intgi f d:ick. white, lamb's wool, and '"eoloured 1. :; kings. Umbrellas at 7s. d. curnrefcy Superior hats from 15s. ?r,2Os. Afew bo:?e? of raisins A fewyv bago of amonds iteo tOctcej r with dried fruits :Wawren', b?aking, in bottles and tin T boxes, .ro oc. to Cs. per dozen Meno sezEn vpain ael, consisting of fus tian jackets, shcoling c~ats, white drill and other trowscro * Black and coloured silk handkerchiefs Yorkshire hauCs, Dutch cheese and muat tard Blankets form 8s. to 20s. per pair, Cork butte .. Gentlenaens stocks fLomm 12s. to l8s, j??r dzen Blue broadeloth, ladies' cloth and Kersey mere of colors . Blue jackets and trowsers .Hearth rugs' Dnannel and flannel drawers ejsc of white lead Ditto of paint of colours H-alf-pint tumblers Clotheo, hair, tooth and nail brushes Yvory handled knives and forks, carving ditto, and shut ditto Guernsey frocks, red night caps, c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

dND OTHERS VILSON begs to return thanks for i aJ e past favours, and begs to ?inform his tdeB and the publiS , that the s, received -b',-- ship Surry, a fresh suppply of GOODS i tnssting of astollows, viaz - " sP " hRussian hairs, &e. S.awboep With every description 4f SShboe pipccrs shoe grindery. BRUSH WARE. air brooms- with handles Shoe brushes •srubbing brushes, with Paint ditto ScrUbbing " Ground ditto spare clamps Dusters Borse ditto Sash tools Waet ditto Spoke ditto ,ppst?g ditto Plaisterers' d:tto Sanster ditto -Camel hair pencils. Blearth ditP Furniture ditto COOPERS TOOL ,IN SETS. 0ontaining adze, axe, G S hand saws, bung ditto, inside and outside .spoke shaves, ground ditto, rivetting hammer, broad draw -og knife, jiggers, shop knife, iron driver, iron hand chissel, small and large punch, . bickering ditto,.lagging iron, cruze, dou ble jointed planes, topping ditto, bung auger, coQPpass, pincers, taper auger, and bungeborer, handled vice, braves, 12 bits, and pad ...

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