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ARRIVAL OF THE MELLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

ARRIVAL OF THE MELLISH. 5; P. M. We stop the press to aanounce the ar- rival of the Mellish transport ship, with male pri- soners. She left England the 2nd. January, and brings us a great many papers, but up to this hour none have come to hand of a later date, than the 24th December. The King was in good health. The Wellington administration quite steady. But there has been a misunderstanding between the Marquis of Anglesea and Mr. Peel, which if not adjusted soon, it was supposed would lead to the retirement of the Lord Lieutenant. One paper says Lord Melville was talked of as his successor, and others, that in order to save the expence of the office, end to bring Ireland more into amalgamation with England, no successor at all would be appointed. There is a sound in the papers of the forty shilling freeholders being dispossesed of their right of voting. A measure we should think the English Commons would hesitate to please Ministers in carrying. Tt+ings at home seem dull and stupi...

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(English continued.) CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

' (English continued.) CANADAa We 're indebted to a gentleman,. lately rye turned from Canada, for the. following article, which gives a masterly sketch of the political .tate of the Colony, and the grounds, of. the disputes by which it is now agitated. We're ommend it to the attention of all our readers who wish for correce information on what may cooa become a subject- of 'engrossing iinterest. The Cana;dinls. maintain,- S.. That granting a representative constitution .4o Canada, necessarily. conferred all the privile es and functions belonging to such a system of ~overnment ;. that it is the inherent right of Se Commonoto originate money grants to the ,Crown; and that the exclusive possession of this privilege id the principal guarantee of a free con -itution. 2. That, at all events, it is the duty and the privilege of the Legislature,, and especially of he -Commons, to control and regulate the ex Oendituro of the public money derived from Semseives ;: that.they are not. debarred...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

To Rna.EDITOR OF Tas .SbTMDN Mo iTO a SIR, It is .rather wa accountable that the spi rited householders of Sydney should have il lowed. you to defepd their rights, as to Prisoner .labour, unasupported by Counsel. Every master of a gvernment .servant should make your case his own. as he knows not the day that the pripci dal Superintendapt may receive a verbal order, as in theicase of Peter Tyler, to take from him his servants, and thereby leave him without a clerk, a plough-man, or a stock-keeper No longer need a ,elfsecure .settler roet his Lopes upon the decision of o.r Court of King's bench, since the filagisterial bench can be per spitted tp question the legalitcy of a .deliberate judiciail decision of the:highest Court. How their worships could bave erred. with their eyes open, is a mgtter of surprise to those whe have read the plain eqnitable decision of the Judges, that the Governor's right to revoke an assignment of a prisoner is not absolute, but is given to him for the bene...

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TO ALL SENSIBLE AND JUST ENGLISHMEN. Kensington, near London, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

2 ALL SENSIBLE AND JUST ENGLISHMEN. PMr FRIENDS,. It was not a reformation, but a devastatiot, of England, whtch was,. at the time this event took place, the happiest, Country, perhaps, t.t the world had ever seen ; and, it is my chief ui nets to shew, that thin devastion impover. fed and degraded the main body of the peo 1le. But, in ordr. thati you may see this devas. ttioa in its true light, and that you may feel Sust portion of indignition agairst the devas itor, and against their eulogists of the pre. east nAky, it i~ necessary, first, that you take a c$-rcte view of. the things on which their devas. t?tming powers were exercised.. The far greater part of those books, which aro called " Histriers of England"' which are little better than romances. They treat of b1atlesý.uegoetatipn*,intrigues of. cour.ts, amours of kings, q:teens sard nobles :-they contain the: gossip and scandal of former times, but very little else. There are- histories of England, like that of Dr. Goldsmith,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

Tp T88 EDITOR OF TUB MONITOR. n1R Homo sum, humane nihil a me alienum.ppto *. TER3NCZ* You will perhaps please to insert in there. cording columns of your Paper this shortbiogra phical sketch of Windrodine, best lknown to the colonists by the appellative of Saturday t though his original or aboriginal nau.e was Win =lrodine. On' Saturday the 21st inst. this chief. paid the debt of nature.; he fell in a short fight, ,sub morte3, on the baniks of the Macquarie with " a tribe fr-a to South. Several lives were lost, and ltwvpztic? ,wore laid hors de combat on the field of battle. Th ':wvound .-iicIh ca used Wipdrodine's death was a' very secrc oneon his knee, which mortjfied and terrinnat? d, after a .few hours, in death; he continu e31 t to his countrymen till life was extinct, ian .o -'d at Bathurst, near which place he wao b .?s. body being wrapped in his mantle, . : ?ons deposited in the grave, which nor-c coc -: -lin Shat remains of Windrodine, once the -~erý: of tEo h surround ing...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 18, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

.SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 18, 1829. jieutenant General Darling, it appears, okJiidered the duties of the'military survice €:Sthis mome.nt, too paramount to justify ' him in allowing Captain Wentworth (63rd) on hiis debarkation in Sydney tdie other day,. t9 stay a few weeks in .NeJw South Wales, although the.latter apprised His Excellency that he bhad exchanged into his present regi iment and visited Australia for the express purpiose of seeing his brottler (the Barrister) -aadconsulting with him on the extensive -?pinded and other property which fell to the .family, through theidemise of the late D'Arcy Wentworth, Esq. Z'ie duty of our militar ,Srvice appears to us a most unaccountable affair. British Commanders abroad s.em, ?y'the articles of war aa.d the regulations of ;te army, to have the power to play with Atbe.ierpice us a child does with a ball. Thus, *elthopugh Capt. Wentworth has,nmade a voyage f 16,00oo miles to confer with his brother .rspecting their joint patrimony, an...

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No. 24, Kent Street, Sydney, April 3rd, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

, -"o 24, Kent Street, Sdney, d?pril 3rd, 1829 r~s rt EDITOR O" TH'E SYDNEY MONITOR, Upona Thursday morning last, at the hour of Lc, or half-past, my houle was broke- open by pty of the Military, clothe4 in their white is; one of them had on a leather apron, and O :ad to be a shoemaker. They broke open e?ren t door, also the bed-room door, my wife 3-i f having retired to rest about 9 o'clock in 61 evening; the entrance was made in a mo _cnat; I had a lamp burning, which I always e in my bed-room every night. I jumped out of bcd immcliately ;.they demanded to know who I had got in my house, said they came after bushrangers; they seemed all in a state of drun. kennems, and three of them were armed, two with palings, and one with a piece of weather or floor ang board; they tbok a loaf off the table in the outer room, and went away, one returned again immediately, and threatened me he would knock my brains out if I stirred, the remainder went down the street in an outrageous manner; I t...

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

A Ziodet tcd to, .or baýilg I.WnsxU be tate of the fate Met HN N'QUEENI, are re~uested to for. i-a the same to Mr. Lang~,a Nicbol's Pre *-baAs ias early as possible for .iiiestigation. :: G. B. V E. iydney, April Executor. t ma m m. J

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Agricultural Report, March. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 April 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLGENCE. Agrictultural Repont, March. To 'rza EDITOR OF THE MONITOR -(The following is from a Country Corres pondent who has inadvertently adopted the editorial we-but we wish the report to rest on the shoulders of our Correspondent as.to its correctness., If our correspondent does not receive his Paper, it is the fault of the ", Shama Post Office."-Ep.) Sic, En commencing this report, which we pucpose continuing monthly, we most sin cerely congratulate our Readers upon the re appearance of propitious weather. Never was it more necessary to save or prop up the sinking interests of the country; and.pt noi period, perhaps, since the formation of the Colony, has .he rett; .f a;favourable sea son been more anqiously looQpked forward to, and the change been hailed with more heart felt joy. The genial and refreshing rains which have fallen generally during the month, in regular and gradual succession, have contributed in no small degree to rejoice the heart of the husbandman ...

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

NOTTCS TO CORRESPONDNTs. i ' consequence of a great num er of our Subscribers requesting' 'to go back to Saturday evening, s 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 Advertise ments as soon after 9 o'clock'as pos bible; otherwise our publishing will e'so late in the evening as to give general dissatisfaction. NOTICE. je: Editor of .this Journal intending. to pub-' lish a Narrative of the Commandantcies of the Penal Dependencies of New South :Wales since the Year 1820, will feel obliged by communications being sent him from those I;umerous free persons who suffered from it-, :jgal authority at thSr said dependencies. Notices of all irregularities in the dispensing ,of the stores and convict lJiontr practised at' '?he said settlements, and al.so 'fall irregular' i sppr, priations of the King's property of any kind, with sut.hfacts annexed as may enable the Editor to stft and pursue...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) THE MURDER OF MR. CLEMENS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

4 ,mer7iW. JsftUgsuw oef vtiaw~ti) "iE° UURDERQPF Mjt& CLEMBN ¶'bei~e i ` a great" feeling ezcite~4 by the unnetitate end of ;hb young u an, We uriC~erstand ibat 'somec -u ci ua-spiiifitted end t4ion to add to the g4rcflsr .' reWardi offered' kby'te"G lao r me~ t for 'tbe jiprehension of rtiý au.tr~uu6· rn iacrr, -di 4bLit 8440. hav Inlready een ýstseriibe. Ihp` -peirs,. ti Scwompany wit ,two assigPed servants, one.y of whom carnet a loaded mutiet " Mr. Cle .,dent was ?inkink ithe- best'df -his wayto the rei.lenee of Mr. Binkle, a respectabe 'lahd holder:?p Hllnter a River, just on this side the 'ridge.of muuntdains ,Ia. asceading a hilt? he got offt his borse and leit hin." Two* men came up. at te. muome?ýs, one armed with a pistol; seei ' the arhled servant, the fellow, heose to beg ratiher thawn demand. He asked for tobacco. Mr. Clements: cn ceiving great personal danger, put his hand .out and felt for the.holster or in his pocket for a pistol, but with the intention to c...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MELLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

ARRIVALJ O THfE WELLISH. '5. P. 'M. We stop the press to stnounoe the ar. rival of the Mellish tranoport chip, with male p ri. aoners. She left. England the 2nd. January, and. brings us a great muny papers, but up to this hour none have come to handl of a later date, than the 24th December. Tlie King ~V3 in good health. The Wellington cadminiotration quite steady. But there has been a zmisunderatanding between the Miarquis of Anglesea and Mr. ?eel, which if not Adjusted 'soon, it was auppo ed ?would lead to the retirement of the Lord Lieutl-ant. One paper sayo Lord Melville was talked of as his successor, and others, that in order to save the ezpeace of the office,: ".nd to bring !relehid more into amalgamation with E, gland, no successor at all would be appointed. There in a s?uid in the plper of ,the forty shilling freehloldera being dispossested of their right of voting. A measure we should think the English Commons woul4( hesitate to please IMinisters in carrying. Things at' hom...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Agricultural Report March. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

DOMESTIC` INTELLIGENCE. . ý_;'"J4rPiCu1Iutul Report.:- M:cru (The following: is :fronma Goin try Corres pondent Who has inadvertently'adopted the editorial e---ut `we wish the reprat'.to rest Son the shoulders o·f ut' Curresplondeut as to its correctness. . If our correspondent doea nirt'receive his" Paper, i.t- is the fault of the " Sham Post Oflice.--ED ). . i Ins commencing this repiort, which we prtpose continuinig monthly, we 'most sin cereiy congratulate our Readers .upon the! re apl.erance of. propitious ..weather. Nver was it inmore necessary to save or prop upithe sinking inte'rests-of the .country; .and at no:. ,pe?i id,. perliaps, since: the formation of ithe' Colony, has the return: of a favourable sea-, son been; more anxioiuslyr lookedtforiwtard to, and the cliiige b'ýeh hailcd with more htar't felt joy. .The .geni0l and refreshing .rains whicL have fallen generally, during ith.e monatb, in regular and gradual succe sioh, "ave contributed itino sipall deg rye to rej!;i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

t .etrA~e#&#s ~ to Mn S?de uptie co?ntr; an wto our: sns=krrfl, r'. ý pe, ari"s our . friends , n Tlro.n " ialfný t &itivU l? t th~d,~in Ina pesectivel ;: the sacni at if put 0 th ugeM ow]dn hands. Subu ribers who do sot receit e de( tpapers re u fnart , are requwted to complin to V j' letter (p o :t-paid) and, as far as we can, we' Wpf remedrto tC:e c ?: il. Bfaut wte wrli not beanswerable . the d " iv. r of c~.: Jonre al in a monare efectual tlaner, set fort. This is the condition Swhic? C <e cel ~r Jorrnacte and of which wehereby t'guest anolzr: &bscribtrc s to take notice. :he peddic are cnilbo::5c to pa-y no mzoney, nor mahe any scettl tnete os accounte of the Proprietor of this Journal, wit koest deC P:anding a PillNTEP receipt. gnted by hie: in his ownl proper hand writing Money paid n an his account without such receipt. will nl be given credit for, nor acknowledged in any scribers to this Journal on resigning it,. wilg haae $ pay for te ' ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

$bipping ftdligence, , rrivals.--On Sunday the Isabella, from ltfoire*1 Bay and Port Macquarie, 9th Inst. sunidries,':E fiUl day the Emma Kemp from Newcastle on the 10th fist. coals,.. The Darling from Port Dalrymple. Ona Miloa day thi .lfar. Elizabeth, from Port Macquarie, lllth1, .Inst. pne logs, &c. On Wednesday the Catbrlank?i, from China Otlr"Feb. ten &c. Same day the Lambtr*"d from Port Stephens 14 inst. On Friday the Hawdt, from New Zealand, skins &c. Same day the MiA.' Siam Young from. Calcutta and Hobart Town' 11a Oct. sundries. The Lord Liverpool from Nercastle, 15th Inst. coals. The Queen. Charloate from India 19816 January. Departures.-The Lord Liverpool for Newcastlde on the 12th. The Midas and Comet for Batavia, a5l' Liverpool on the 12th. The Mary Hlope for Li verpool,14th Inst. The Waterlsa for Port DalrYa- pie, on the 15th Instant. The Hfarmony, New Zeals der, and Fairy for.-New Zealand, on the 17th Intl. Projected Departures.--The Imord Live...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

,To THu ErDITOR o1 THs STrDjWT 6loxo :(T7e foPQwinbg Mell written letter Btto 'only this week. I: appear. to t uo h Ibd b?Fre long time on, the road ur oae.as i ellig, pryin a/Iad t 3sotlo /,is Idsourt . E,'d.) '' News iROM AN INTERNA~L CASItA ., :A . Slit, - " Letters, we "understand, have been receltd from' Captain Stzart, who, Our readers may ie collect set out '"me 'sushiny; day-last Novelmber, with no small equipment, to explore the vast is, ternual vortex ,eetu by our late. Surveyor Genei ten years ago, into which it would .appear ti 1 uecquarie tiHver and' other Western stream drain. . These letters inform us, that the .enterprisiuq expl.rers have had 'a lot iime'of it' iitie revel. bierted heats they have experieiiced, having pro. dutced somne Jditre sing cases of opthalmia. 'ley fciund, it seems, no difficulty in penetratingbe. loiw Mount -Harris to 'about. that• point of tb Marbh at which Mr. Oxley. having lost sight d :the trees and land, felt. it prudent to "put about,."...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

S8UPRFM 4& CRIMINAL COUR ?7. WaDNesoY.---Thorna Jones. was indicted for a burglary in the dwelling house of Mr. Wmu. Cdpe, at Brisbane Water, on the 18th MNarch last. Mr. Henry Cape, the' son of the prosecutor, residing upon the farni in the absenceQf his father, who was living in Sydney on the 18th February last, between the hours of 5 and a in the morning when he awoke, missed a gun, the property of his fattier, value . 1 Currency ; a pair of trowsers of hisown, value t15. ; 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, thias time, discovered, that there wao a variance in the dates sworn to by the witness asto the robbery having been com mitted and that laid in the indictment. The Crown olicitor did not think this was ma terial, and read several law passagcs in sup port of his argument. Mr. Justice Stephen, however, (as the prisoner had no Counsel) intimated jth...

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No. 24, Kent Street, Sydney, April 3rd, 1829 TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

j r-. 34, Kc' Surreet, Se, dney, pril 3rd, 1 829 ?to vQ z EDITOR ,OF Tru SYDNEY. MONITOR, Upon Thursday morn'ng last, at the hour of soe, or 'hafi-ast, any ho.,e was broke open l, y a prty of the tMiii+iry, -clothed in their wInt't dresa, one.f- them hat; on a leather ipron, ain ,eemed to be a shJenu.tker. T, hey hrt,ke oopi, the front d 0r, also .the bed-room door, my wide nd belt haviaI retired to rest ablout 9 o'clock an the evening; the. entrat ce was 'mide in a moi went; I hal'd a lamp lhurintr, -which I alw.ay Use in my bed-room~ every night. I jumped ou. of bed ireo ia-lthgly; they. demiuanded.to know w.a, , had got i=h my hvuse, 5a.gd they camne aufer. bushranger8; they .eemea d all iu a state ut dru,,-. kenneds, and three of tiem..were ariecd, two wit', alings, and one with a piece of weaih:r sir flour Si board; thiey took a loaf off: the table.. a; the outer room, a'grd 'writ away. one returied tgaitr immediately, .nd' threatened J:m'nhe would kock my brains out if- lstirr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829

o wi .'+El s ta' oi and "a "n$ot "r' o B 'aýl Wfousel, t' t- .to *e B on?k ..tra. er , .. i great variety o! ho i id Ig ofa ak,ck white, lamb's o·1d, and Co oured l Uahbre.las at .7s. 6d.; eutfr.cy -i i f ;a bxes of raisins '. A fewbags o&,V am.rids . ?i ~e. toeth6r with dried fruit- ;.' i Varren's blacking, - ia .bottles, a4 tdtil ~ez;-mai5. to 8s. per dozen ,. etM Zi: ?earing apparel, Conittinl- i?.fois Yan jickets?, .ehoJting co0ati Pwhite" drill -:Dat` llhe trowoers. t3hek.c and coloured sill,, kbadkerchiefs, SYorkbHirc haua$, Dutch cheese an4 mus l lets fron s.t 2Os.per' pair ". Cork butter,. r:y . ... .. ? :;" i Gcntlemens stocks from 192s .to 1Sla : pur JBlue broadcloth; ladies' cloth ?d .rey ere of colors . 1 Blueoj.ackets atd 'trowsers ?-,->; ,., : ' I'danel and flannel drawersy~ qgs of -white lead :: Disitt'of plaint of colours - . t 1lf'tpit tuniblers IClthelehf inir, tooth and4 nºitlbruises v'ry hardied .knives aid fdulTo . caring tto;: and shut ditto Guernsey...

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