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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

WE have been. all along aware that struggle was going ,on in the Cabinet respecting the Prewiership, and that the intere ocf I ir. Canning. and the Lord Chancellor were opposed. to each other on -that point--? and that the result of that struggle must decide which influeuce was to have.the ascendant in the Cabinet for the future, We confess: however, that it was our opinion, until very. lately, that the political' prin'cipl.s of tle Lord Chancellor, connected with the personal re gard which his Majesty has been long known to eiter-' tpin for that Learned Lord, would have made him more thtan n match for tl;e 'Foreign Secretary in' this trial of their influence at Court ; and Wve still'believe, that if "it .were not for the interventioni of up umpire belonging Sto that sex which has brought abomut greater and more sudden revolutions ini 'States than have ever been achieved by the wisdom, or'.arts of th'e most able poli tians, the veteran tactics :of.the: Lord Chancellor.would 'have 'b...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

To. T.as ~DiarT;r or T a. MONITOR .9 In, , " IT is now nearly 6 months ago, since about 40 or 50 Convicts (the assigned Servants of Individuals resjdla~ at Bumbury Curran, Cowpasture, Appin and Airds)A tla made application to the Bench of Magistrates at.Caimp. bell town, for Tickets of Leave. THEY had to attend the Court by order of the Bench (to the great loss and disadvantage of their resllectlve .Masters) several times-in fact sorpe attended 8 to 9 uid 10 times before a full Bench could eit to take the lMerits of the respective Applicants into their solemn con sideration. HoWEVER, 6 or S weeks ago, A full Bench ssat--?2"O qk 30 of the Applications were approved of, and the Ap plicants were .told they' should have their Tlakete shortly.". Now Mr. Editor is it acting up to the tenor of thl' Government Order No. 1, to keep a number of tnerd4 . rious Convicts, eligible for a Ticket'of Leave, asixnril without it, and that too, after" their conduct has belen 'strictly investigated by a...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

THE. MONITOR.A THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16, 1827. That oddmixture of burlesque, common place, mock loyalty, and sham-patriotism, The Sydne.. Gazette, we seldom waste time .upon; but we have lately been so amused with its refutation of our late articles on the enormous taxation of :this Country, and on the impolicy of taxing the he t imported from the Sister Colony, that we cannot help, from mere sympathy, giving our Readers an opportunity of joining us in a hearty laugh at the affected gravity with which the worthy Editor attempts to overthrow our reasoning. We will first give our Readers a specimen of the arguments he uses to prove our reasoning false on the matter of the non taxation of Van Dieman'sý Land grain. "'THE letter of An Old Settler on.Hunter's River, to His Excellency Governor Darling, which appeared in one of our numbers, has not escaped the criticism of Mr. Hall, in which he has certainly forfeited every claim, if ever he had any, to a knowledge of political economy."...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

ARRIVALS.-The Schooiner Alligator, from More ton Bay on the 3rdt and Port Maequarie on the' 0th. instaht. Yesteiday, 'the Lord Live ot from New castle.1, This Morning the-Emma. Kemp, from Hobart' Town on the 4th.' Inst. .Lading-6 pipes of ,Brandy and sundries. The Emma Kemp reports the arrival of the Lang, Lion, and Australian Company's Ship Triton, and of the Governor Ready with Prisoners, but as she sailed onii a speculative trip she brought up 'either Mails nor Co-': lonial Newspapers. The Hervey would sail for Sydney on the 6th. DEPARTURES.--On Tuesday, the Schooner Li benty, on a speculating voyage. . PROJECTED DEPARTURES.--The Cruntess of Harcourt and Denmark lill for the Isle of France, and John Bulll for the Sperm Fishery on the 19th. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.'-Suis. Manlius, Alfred, Marquis of Hastings, Princess Charlotte,. Ardent, fuild ford, and Elizabeth. BARQUs--Rollak. BRIoS--GQver nor Macquarie,' Fame, Woodlqrk, Perseverance, Hlaweis, Wellington, and Minerva. ScIOONERs--Made...

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SELECT POETRY. A DREAM [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

L: .. . ,', ..... ,' :t Idreamt?it mupt have ieena dream!-I dea?ke t `';:" at once a kinidred spirit cross'd dt'ie p~i , . id srniied upon me ;i-ot as ivhen, you: t ioos tinsel into gold,-lut when thase , Of life h~as sobered thought, judgment matured, And weight of years has blanched the hair-I drpamed .. f a sweet spirit, kindred to mire ?wn- - (,t least Self-love would fain tsh kindred claim)--= ..In heart, in taste, almost in counterpaert, They seemed to know each other; at. first glance ; As though they'd wet befoFye,,ad in some state Of pre-existence, had been old, dear friends;, Ona earth renewing former interceurse, And Friendship, which.hac birth in some past life. Sweet and delightful was the transient dream Of, interchange of thought, with one whose taste, ,Love ofe. the Muse, delight Still more in truth, And singleness of, heart bound me to her, I?; >ln Friendship's-parest bonds !--not those of Love, Such as the world and-sensualists' call ? Love;' Nor yet'like those ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

WE have received Sierra Leone Pipers to the 25th of February. The following is an extract : " FREETOWN, FEn. 24..-Ve have occasion .to notice in this week's paper the arrival, on Monday last, of the Braxilian slaver Invincible, mentioned in our No, 447, as having been captUred in the Cuuneroons by two boats of his Majesty's ship 's/c, under the cominimind of Lieuts. Kellett aad Tolleway. The deterition ivas between eight and nine in the evening of the 28st Dec., .at which time the vessel had on board 440 human beings, just sLipped' the Captain and greater.part of lief crew being sick. Fi'e d&ys were occupied in working to the "nouth of the river, which is in latitude 3. 54. north, and fourteen lday more in attempting to git ' southward during which the. .vessel only "made- one hundred anid tweuityl miles. .Lieutenant, the officer in charge,,thepn determi ned on running away to the westward, seeing ino proba bility of succeeding in making southing ; an4i after a Wtretched pas...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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WHO IS TO BE MINISTER? Kensington, 4th April, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

WO IZS T'OBE 'MNISTER?' ' . . K : Kensington, 4th" April. 1827. S V.. 1 ýpoftep had too bsgrve, that I thought it likely that f.one of. the' steps leading.to a destruction of .the funding' - atbd paper-money system, would be' a sort of breaking ups f the Ministry. Not a mere clis ne of Ministeis';. iut! a sort of new knodelling ' and'thit this would arise.ftroin ..the great dificulties that would, exist in. the carrying on of Ithe .affairs of the Government.; It was very clear! J thi?t, when the system arrived tit aecertain; point of dan ilUl"i mn of real worth' and' wisdom would keep; • ii?or. m it. Such ineI, if they were to be found in th. country, could never be expected to take upon ;them,r withouttcompulsion, a'responsibility ..for, the ,effects of thefollles or' -wickedness, of:'others : it was contrary to Sortilnhd sense to suppose that anybody would 'be' desir , 4uf .f c?1~imgi into the. iiher.tance of all the einbarrass-. Smnents of debt, anud of a' l the obloquy attepding...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

.WENGLrSH VIISCDLLNZ.ES.. L. .4 WVRESTLING.--On Friday "last, most of' the West. moreland and Cumberland meni in the mietropolis as sembled in the ground- attached to the Fyre Tavern,, St. John's Wood, to witness the competition amongst t+eir. countrymen- for the prizes given ,tnnually by. the wrest ling society of the two counties. .We were so mewhat surprised at the great resp~eptabiJityy, of the slpectators and competitors on this occasion, for we had imagined,. that. none. but persons in-.a ,hurm.le ..rank would have taken an active part in. the. b?siness of the clay; but we were given to understtiid, that . in pursuing this mnanly sport in the northein:pairts 'of England, tie'dis tinction obf rank is laid aside, and that it is matter of almost daily occurrence to see the plgiQghman enter the' lists with the young fai-meir or sq~iire, and triumph or be '"defeated in hisa tUirn,: :'. Frequently, to, they will meet in the field on the following day, :and ' fight the battle o'er ag...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

Tum .ADmINISTRATION.-We have for some weeks been going on with a Ministry without: a Premier:: we have now a Premier without a Ministry. T'he old hacks., of office have paid Mr. Canning the:complinment (we., hope 'a merited one) of taking extrenme:,d;sgust. and alarm at his ?.ppointment; and have attempted, by their sudden simultaneous .retirement, against all ,the, established rules of respect, to the Sovereign onsuch' occasions,- to annoy the new Chief,, and r.tnder his.ar-- ; tangements precipitous and feeble, from 'the very cir cumsta'nce of his, apparent need. Sonme two or. three years ago, Mr. Canning stamped the major part of this worthy click, at the head of which was Lord Eldoq,. with the name of faction, and, Well have they shown their title' to 'the designation. Whatever may be the merits of Mr. . Canning, the country must despise these zmen. Curran observed, after a night' of torment in too densely, popu lated quarters,' that if the fleas hia'd been uinanimous they' woul...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

AMERICAN AND COLONIAL'' STEAM-NAVIGATION .COM PANY.-A meeting of the shareholdersewas held yester day at. the City of London Tavern.- Admiral Sir ,P. Malcolm took the chair •THE. chairman informed' the shareholders that the. meeting was called to lay before them the steps which had been pursued to permit those who wished to retire from the Company to do so. An Act of Parilament' had been procured for that purpose. All the .debts and liabilities of the Company had been met:. The Com pany's loss had been very considerable ; but he trusted i that those who remained in the concern would be ulti mately benefited by it, andlhe was convintced the Com I pany would prove advantageous to the nation. THE report was then read, whichdetailed the proceed ings: of the Directors. The receipt's amounted to £27,200., £ 10.' having been called on each, share. The purchase of the Ca pe steam-vessel had cost, the; Com pany £ 20;638c-.3s. ll'd. The act of Parliament and' law expenses had cost £ 2,258. Is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

' ki? SOLD BYM 'BLIC AUCTION, " "ý B"Y AfB. .Bh d;TI, ~ A. MOST VALUABLE IIHERD OF CATTLE- - -. A T NEWCASTLE, on Tuesday the 21st Instant, a A1 Considerable Herd of Cattle of- improving Breed; Consisting of, Horses, Mares, Milch Cows, Cows in Calf, Heifers, Bullocks, &c. the property of Mr. Benjamin Davis.. The Cattle will be exhibited in Lots to suit the views of Purchasers, and the terms are Prompt Pay ment id sterling money at the-Currency value, or Spanish Dollars at 58. each Newcastle, Hunter's River, August 8th, 1827. SA T J. AARON'S STORES, No. 70, George Street, Atl may be had :a few Jars of Preserved Ginger?of most superior quality, per the latest Arrival. General Post Office, August 11, 1827. A MAIL, for the Isle ofkFrirnce direct, one for India, and another for England (being the first opportunity,) will be made up for the Countess of Har court,-Captain Harrison, on the 16th Instant, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, as that Vessel sails next Morning. GEORGE PAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

SALES, BY AUCTION. BY MR. S. LYONS, To 'Bldcksii ittis..ý4Vaiters, Mil! makers and Farriers. O? IFRiA'Y?', .th6 4ittilris't. will be sold withiidt, re Sserve, oi ;the pretnises ot Mr.,.Barnet. Levy, Getire"e Street SdiBify'at '11i o',?ti.kk plfclAdly. A quantity of Hoop and nail rod Iron, 5 Anvils,20 Steel Mills, about 3,000 pai:r,of,.leg, frons, 20,000 lb . of, Bar Iron in short pieces it,for .jlheelers, from 3 to 4,000 Spades and shao vels that want, repairing, t Large Bolers, Covers for Iron pota, 3 Scrw purchases; '2o To of Scupper Nails, 3 or.4,Q0H Axes, (Adzes, and ,Picks. assorted, ,about 8,000 lbIs. of Cast Iron, 30Cross cut and.pit saws,:200 Cooper's and Nailers' Anvils, a quantity of Gate hooks, 150 Wood Akes, ;istidry'iodks; 0"optir i;of Window Blinds, a 'set :of Glass fiktuire, with sheb?cs'aindidrawers 'complete. TE1Rftiisil b i?ce riknbowi ait 'the time f sale. ýI , ,Y MR.,.PAUL, . : By Order.of' the Eaecutors of the late D'Arcy; IWtntwolth, . ., .:, ,.L : Eil." at Hoi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

MARRIED.-By Special License, at St. James's Church, on Tuesday, Mr. C. Roberts, son of Mrs. Hutchinson of George-street, to Miss Hayes, daughter of Mr. W. Hayes of the South Creek.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. WINDSOR, JULY 19.-John Sheehan was charged, that he stole a watch, the property of Mr. Onus, of Rich mond. You shall have play, John; the public sha'n't know the story before trial; but, if you do not look sharp, it will be told time enough. Committed for trial at Sessions.--Thomas 'lfCann was charged with some degree of insubordination, and also with idleness. His master, who had served His late Majesty at the memor able engagement at Vinegar Hill, in Botany Bay, knew that subordination was a wholesome law. The master is sometimes " a little hot," using his own words on a former accasion.-Admonished and discharged.-Friday July 20.-John Walters, a shoemaker, from Pitt Town had come to Windsor to purchase leather, which busi ness is generally accompanied by a tribute of respect to Bacchus. While intoxicated, he assailed a soldier on duty;. but, very much to the credit of the sentinel he did not use any violence towards him, although perfectly in his power, and ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Appin 2d, August 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 August 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Appin 2d, August 1897. Sir,     Owing to the want of rain, and there being a scarcity of grass, the Cattle and Sheep in this part of the coun- try are in a deplorable state; and should Providence not send us a few heavy showers, I doubt if there will be any produce from the crops now in the ground. Indeed the prospect, to us Settlers, is dreary. The drought is so excessive, we cannot plough the land for the Maize crop yet :-Shonld we be unable to plant corn this sea son, we must either " Box Harry" or purchase grain at Sydney or some other place. Tna grain on hand (in the District) is not much, and I fear the quantity on hand, next year. will be less, even should we be blessed with a fall of rain :-There ate upwards of 600 acres of cleared landnot sown this year, (and which said land has been regularly cropped with wheat or maize for 6 years back,) and the Proprietors of the soil do not intend to plant corn therein this season,...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 August 1827

SDay increased 1 mihourtes afternd 22 minutes. S High Water, 10 41orenoon.-4120 min . ast - Nigt. . Equationke of ClarTime.-nceSun on the meridia.i of Sydney, I th. Sunday atermin Tpasrinity. 7j1High Water 35 min. past 10 Morn.-548.min. past 10 Nt. S High Water 11 min. past 11 Morn.-3827 min past 9 Nt. Day increased 1 hour and 22 minutes. VAlATIONSEquation of Time.-Sun on the meridi AT 7 IN THEy, TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 0 4 Fine. r TUESDAY ........52 70 641 Do. WEDNDA2 ...in. se. after 174 2 meanCloudy and warm T'~isDAY ,1..... Su 48nday after Trinity.oolandshery. DY High Water. 35 m . past 10 58 Clear nd cool. past10Nt. SATURDAY ...... 73 70 Very warm. SUNDAY ...........58 70 66 Do.

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(Continued from page 592) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 August 1827

The public read newspapers; -often swallow their lies; but` in the lon run, te dete"t heir lies . nd, in ,a cae. liki'this, they iaye. 1o any other ,iepns of judgig of . pa"ty that is .pg?asld, that -.the praise thu,; bestor~ed, does little more .than excite suspicions that make against :him. If the newspapers have an advaninge in some cases, in keeping hidden'the authors of ttheir `contents, they h ' "e, :in t'e ae of praise bestowed by .Ieiip, this .very great disadvantage, that the party praised, is suspected to 'be the author of it himself, or to have paid for its insertion, every inch of every column being wall known to, e saleable, So much,. then, for the wishes of the nation -upon this point. But that Mr. Canning' wishes are pretty strong is evident enough. 'There appears to have been an intrigue, going on for a long while, between'him and those ridiculouis- gentry that are still called the Whigs. They have been complimenting him for some years; holding him up in the way of c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 August 1827

r~ O: BE LET FOR THREE YEARS, and immediate .l. Possession given, Fifteen Hundred Acres of Land. These Lands are situated about Twelve Miles from Parra matta, and possess, many local.advantages. Apply to. C. NH* Chamlers, Esq. Sydneyv. August 20th. 1827.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 August 1827

WHEAT and flow ver age as l t v eek; pf the for. mer the'sales effect'ed on Tliursday' were limited'; in the latter a rise is:looking for, tiough none has yet tken place. Maize was plentiful at a standing price, andI:'' met brisk demaud. The supply of Barley was nominal?? but it. is a species of grain much looked for. Butter.: advanced in price. Little or no business has been done in the Cattle Market this.week., Stock generally fetches its value. A few sheep sold at' £1 Is. per head. The weather was unpromising, and the market consequeitly dull and thinly attended.. Average price of Wheat (about 257 Bushels) from 4s. Od. to 58. 0d. per Bushel.-Maize (about 529 Bushels) average 54. -Barley 7s. 6d.-Fine Flour, 14s. sterling per 100 lbs" --Second do. 12s.-Bread 4d. to 5d. per Loaf.-Beef[ 2.. 10d. to 3s. 2d. per stone.-Mutton 3.. 4d. to 3.. 8d.- Pork 4s. 4d. to 4s. 8d.-Batter 28. 3d. to 38, 6d. per lb. --Cheese 1s. to Is. 6d.-Eggs 18. 4d. to Is. 8d. per doz. Fowls 2s. 6d. to 3e.6d. per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 August 1827

SALES BY - AUCTION. BY IMR. BEATTIE, A MOST VALUABLE HERD OF CATTLE. A ' NEWVCASTLE, on Tue.day the ?i st Instantav Considerable. Herd of Cattle of improving Breed j Consisting of Horses, Mares, jiflch Cows; Cows in Calf, Heifers, Bullocks,. &c. the property. of Mr. Benjamin Davis. The Cattle will be exhibited in Lots to suit the views of Purchaseis, and the terims are Prompit Paiy. merit in sterling money at the Currency value, or Spanish Dollars at 5s. each Newcastle, Hunter's River, August 8th, 182-7. BY M'R. S. LYONS, To Blacksmiths, Nailers, Mill makers and Farrier s. O N FRIDAY, the 24th Inst. will be sold without, re serve, on' the premises of Mr. Barnet Levy, George Street, Sydney at '11 o'C1 ck precisely. A quantity of Hoop and nail rod Iron, 5 Anvils, 20 Steel Mills, about 3,000 pair of leg Irons, 0.o,000 lbs. of Bar Iron in short pieces fit for Wheelers, from 3 to 4,000 Spades and sho vels that want repairing, it Large Boilers, Co'ers for Iron pots, 3' Screw purch...

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