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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
in ThA.Jdaatraliani of yesterday app saN# San able letter signed Vinde:. We. applawud, `': hli sentiments on the press, but not those.omL t Gnaeral Darling; the latter appear to us t . savour of a defect in ju?amient, to put tt. most candid canot uction on Fhem. Pog instance, t?he foahl ing - " You hame now, tillstrci:: Sig, two unfortunaol E'itora (and :n their l:rcons the whole of the indo-. pendent prec 9f this Colony) prostrate. Iach -, thema bee ben convicted (but not by a co!?titutien " jury of his peers) of lyvinrg published a ceditions libiB, on your E:celleacy's percon and government. A cecond con'ictiou of a aimilar o'ertcc will subject them' to the appallin~ penalty of TaIA.4rSOflTAT'ot fomc BOTANY BAY ! ! ! I t1o frpnkla confeca, ths legitimate bounds of pi t i al diicu sion have lee frequently overpassed, and I have privately.and publi ly' condemned the tendency to lice.nti?otrnes., ?,whi? o-r Colonial Jou na'. have occasionally exthibited. BHul recollcet, S;r,.freed'm ...
(English continued.) CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
* Ehzgtish continiued.) CANADA. .,,,. We are indebted to a gentleman, Una? e tirned from Canada, for the fo6lvowink aticle, Which gih es a masterly sketch of the political state of the Colony, and the grounds of the disputes lv which it is nom: agitated. We re commnnend it to the attentioin of all our readers .who wish for correct inf rination on what may bfoa becinome a subject of engrossing interest. The Ciuaiauns, inallntain,- '1 That granti?g g reprecentative constitution, to Canada, I cessarily conferred all the privi)e .re aond futiutions belonigitg to such a system of ,overnlmet ; that it 'is . the inherent right of to Comimons to originate money grants to the Croon, and that the exclusive posseseion of this r~ -leg is the principalguarantee, of a free:con citution. S ' T'liat, at all `events, it is the duty and the. Srivile'6 of the Legislature, and especially of t~e Commons, to control'and regulate the ex . pendiiture. of the publie miney derived from ?aeinsieies ; that the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
Sn'st tav".o ,'°a.n- bte s t. inform` hiiS' S `ae s ip b.urry, fr h eaup yi b + ` ' "' .. 'u? Russian.hairs: &c.: P p. Cras Vith every d.scriptiom. t , •.. shoe grindery. : hsir brooms .with.handles hue brushes ,. , , rubbing brushes, ..with Paint ditto "spare clmp ; brse,. Ground ditto spare ca?pS Duster ' .lorse ditto '. Sash tools . WaCr dittope .Dusting ditto" . Spoke'ditto-L' ., ,'.' iter ditto F 'iaatete?rs' d tto arth ditto . Camel air p?Cn Cl ,Fk1ugpsitheL ditto COOPERS TOOQLS IN. SETS. ." , ptaniug adze, axe, G . hand sawse,, bngt . ditto, inside, atnd outsie pke" shaves, saond ditto, rvetti.rg L.ammier, broad draw k;ie, jiggers, sop kuife, iron driver, shun hand; coissel, sniail and lare puncli, , bikering .dtto,,fla ging iron, cruze, dou : i; jointed p ianes ,roppang iitto, bung aier, com'pass, pincers,ftp:.r auger, and Sbuing, borer, handled vice, ,brave, 1 bitp an8 pad rule, and baK round; rasp, ,,haa s .. de U .ARWDARE, viv. .r& cock , . . Hands,?me, pa...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
..o rs j E~~lr'oa 9r T*rt bYV yaS i TO ryro- i. It itr'rther tunaeonitable thi:e s. rited houseoildcrs 6 t??yl :d!y :shou'd'harve ail -Ilowed vyu to -defenid.tt.eir rights, as to Pr riionr labiitir-uupporte.d ty CounseL:- :rEveiv-iaster' of a-g:overol1iient seLrvant should mnke you r case? ' Is own. as he knows not the ,day tiac .the princi dal Superinteadlant may r,'eeei-ve a? ve'rult order, as in the case tof Peter Tyler, to t.ke fr'jnm hini his servants,.aitd, thereby leave hliiin ivWiliQOut a. -clerk, a plough-mlau ,.or a st,,ck-keeper No loLnger'need a.self-secire -sLttl'ý. vpst his ' ioes apon the dee?i,,n of our CJo irt of. King's. 1 bench', "aiuce tie M iM itcseri.il be?,ch -can .ue per- iuittid: to-que-gltior' the legal.ty .of a de(literdte juldicial .ecision of .the highe.-? Coturt. Hiow their wior-hips coatd h,,ve erred with their.eyds ope,, is ,a an?tter of .Errprise to those wic iave read the' jl:iin eqi?'tab it:ifle'iriciii of tlie. JutdgLs. that the ( *vrivt'sA :right...
TO ALL SENSIBLE AND JUST ENGLISHMEN. Kensington,—near London, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
10 ALL SENSIBLE AND- JUST ENGLISHMEN. S"Kere?ingtonnecar London,. Mt PFRIENDS, It, was not a reformnation, but. a devaslatio,.. f.lrEngland, whtch wais, at the time this event took place, the happifest ceuntry pbrhaips, that Ilh world had ever seen ; .and, it is.. nry .chief u."ine-e to chew, that this' devastion. Impover. EA ed and degraded the mnoui body of the pro Ile. But, in order that you. mary bee this ldets ation in its true .light, and. that you may feel Ojust portion .of indignation.. againbt the devuwr Itoro, antd aganst. their teuiloglsts of the pre Pent day, it is necessary, first, that you take a correct view 'f tile :things on which their devij. isting power. were exercised. Tihe far greater part'of those books, which re'- called " HistoricE p/f Ingland," which are *4tl? -better than; 'romances. ' They treat of -eiMc,..neggciatinal intriguss of. courts, amours. of k nks, 'sgee'it iiiI nobles r:ihey 'teontairw the. gossip a `nd setind of foumer timu.a, imbu a very' lit...
SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
SYDNEY MARKSE AVERAGE *TERLING, PRICES OF TB,.S.AW; MAtK'Ir. £ . d.., tr' Wheat per bok 0,a " lrk S Maiize,.do...... 0 4 8 Fowls. petr pair I Barley, do..... 0. 5; 6 Geese,4O'..." . 0 W Potatoes owt... lB .6 I rkiea,,do.... 0 B;utter,perdbr,.' 0 2 f 'Hay, EPibt.. .1?ij Eggs, per doz. .0 2 5, 1 trawper load ;,J S ` STERLING PRICES OF PLOUR.- PertkOO-h Coopers...... (~r'A *Barker........c....;.:I '20 I S 'Ralnsr:............ . 20: - £ Darlina&1Mill#.........J 20,gy ;SI~ GSrra5t. ydnr & @PATSD, PR3NI13j·,~t4O .VV8&lMp,.4 . BY THU PROPRIETUP. '5ýLRPI)' £W'ITU MAL&Ir t
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
To TIr EDIToR o ,THU MIZOgTO3. Homo am,' hmane niihil a me alienam puto ". You will perhaps please to insert in the re ctrding columns of.your 'Paper this short biogra phical' sketcth df -Widrodine, best known to the colonists by the appellative of Saturday f though his original or aboriginal na;p.e was Win drodine. Oni Saturday the 21st inst. this chief paid the debt, of iature ; he fell, in a .short fight, iub mortem, on the banks of the Macquarie with a tribe from the South. Several lives were lost, and two chiefs were laid hrts de-combat on the Sfield of battle. The wound which caused Windrodine's death was a very severe one on h"is: knee, which mortified and terminated, after a few hours, in death; he continued talking to his countryinen. tidl life was extinct, in the.hospital a' Bathurst, near which place lie w4is buried, : his. body beiing wrapped in his mantle, and his weapons deposited in the grave, which now contains all that remnaius of Windlrodine, once the terroir of th...
THE MONITOR. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
M)ONDAY, APRIL 20, 1829. Lieutenant General Darling, it appears, ,usidered the duties of the military service, this moment, too paramount to justify im in allowing Captain Wentworth (63rd) bis debarkation in Sydney the other da?, stay a few weeks in New South WVales, though the latter apprised His Excellency at he had exchanged into his present regi erit and visite' Australia: fr the express urpose of seeing his brother (the Barrister) d.consulting with him on the extensive r ded 'and other property which fell to the rmily, through the .demise of the late D'Arcy ' eentworth, Esq. '"he duty of our military ice, appears to us a most unaccountable 'air. -British Commanders abroad seem, the articles of .war and the regulatio?s of e army, to. have the p?ower to play wit *e service as'a child does with a ball. Thus though Capt. Wentworth has paade a voyage S16',000 miles to confer with his brother sapecting their joint patrimony, and doubt as had some little itchipg to see ;his acres prop...
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 — 20 April 1829
USEMO1RANDUM FOR .TFIE ENSUINO WEEK. ?AnIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKIN AT 7IWN' Ti?E MORNING, 12 AT NOON. AND ' IN TIIE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. Eistcr day. HighV.ater, 56 m. p. 4 Morn.-- 1) m. p.. Nt MFal Moon° 47 pn. p. 4 Aft. High Water, 30 m. p 9 morn-50 m. p.9 Nt. Easter Monday. ?jigh Water; 5 io.. p.lO Morn.--25m. p. 10 IEastenr Tuesday.1 " High Water, 45 m p.10 Morn.-i- o clock 0I Nt. ~[ High Water, 5,6 m P. I1 Morn I High Water, 29 tu. p. 12 morn.-46 m. p. 2 a , | Aft. _ Sun riems, 34 m. p. 6, sets. 26 mi. p. 5. Tvunlsi ....,.. ((68 78165 S. E. Fair. i1?lDA' .. .... ... . 2 76 60o. Do. ~nDaY **** *** · 627 71601o. Do. Manio. ............ .. 63 77 60 Do. Do. SIrinESA ........ 64,180 67 . E. Do. 'I ~knf?,AY ..... 63 7869 o. Do. . . . ........*. ..65j82.68 lDo. Do
(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
, (Doin stirc) A young. mran residing in York Street.,. on= - evening of Snnday last, in a state of ternporaB ? sanity, swallowed a quantity of poison. It "is cact hard drinking has caused this act; thi circumaasta? was happily discovered time enough to enable Dr.I Mitchell, under whose care he was placed, to rcovd the- man. W. C. Wcntworth, in his defence of the libel cato. Rer...v. H.ayes, made use of the following rather Olne Sgiarexprression, irn- this Colony. " Gentlemen, y:i who are confined so clasely within the Bar rcho, a? not so likely to be cnpabhe of deciding a case os o Ia as out-Barrack-men." Mr. Wentworth's letter to Sir George Murray, 0: the punishment of private Sudds, was u'deliveredr Government House on Thursday evening, about o'clock, and a receipt take'n for the same. Copi.; we understand have been transmitted by the lac ships which sailed,.to Sir George Murray, rr. St'v' art, &c. The first copies would arrive in Englan before the breaking. up of Parliam...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
VkO'iC TO CORRESPONDE.Thb. : c? nsequence of tagreat num iibr of our Subscribers requesting Sa to go back to Saturday evening, s. our day of publication,, we hare Sei?eded to their wish. . Our Advertising Friends are re quested to do us the favour of send ing. us their Saturday Advertise fnents as soon after 9 o'clock as pos Ssible; otherwise our publishing will ei so late in the evening as to gdve general dissatisfaction. NOTICE. 3 sit £ditor of this Journal intending to pub. ' .i? t 4'rarrative of the Commandantices of etr, c Penal I)ependencies of New South i' Wales since the Year 18920, will feel obliged V communications being sent him from those Snumerous free persons who suffered from il Sgal authority at the said dependencies. N?i,. .otices of all irregularities in the dispensing .f: f the stores and convict labour practised at the said settlements, and also of all irregular Sppr, priations. of the King's property of any kind, with suLh bacts anneeedr as. may enable the Edito...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 April 1829
.. ENGLSIHi-:MIS ELLAsIb, The Bow-street Ju-tices are pedling with .?gu) r ro guel- w-by don't they fly at a h:gh ý cquarry, .r?,.attaa k the West-end hell, ? NThef p aidemp;rumurii "girt'3e ~cjj er ; t rtre t:i -fadl activity, 'likea 1.,'irmed and painted b-g.urtesin. l'his fairic flaunts it in full day 'bere all is gay and glitter ng.- and teeming' vwith de4tru"tion. This- is~rthe scene where itthousands part fr'm havd 'tic hand -on 'the rtLlrn of a card or die.,-erel'i rds at d Corn' ca?oners, Honorables end Right. Ionorables,. r?ouwdito, pander to the' avarice of a vulgar 1'tpstart. But no,: Crokftord is. now an. .:squire--" Wil tham Croikford, :Esq.- of i0s, Si ,, St. Janme's'- street, and .of Sus.sex-plac e, ,Begcnnt's-Pak !"-:so this CGa'|i'n -?ouuse ?kceeper is described in the Court (unide. ' The Fishmonger an Esquire! In two. or 3hree years, at this rate, we mnay expect to .,e bin. dubbed :Baronet or Knight.. A Du ,l Coronet fell to a ' mi!lioniare ;' Crock-. :, ord -is sa...
NEWS BY THE MELLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
IWI" X .1. L Z. 8 ., '?.? . !The folowiung are extracts from 'the Jirn ing Chronicle of the 24th, 23rd,.?nd 2?r4n De.. cember, and from the Atlas of - the ?lst. December respectively. THE FLIGHIIT FROM MOSCOW AND TIHE. RETREAT FROM SILISTRIA--PROBA'. BLE RESULTS OF THE WAR. STANDARD--From Silistria. to the Pruth, is scarcely more than one hundred, and thirty. miles. To compare a retreat which, success fully made, would place the Russians.in, com plete security, with Bonaparte's flight of more than one thousand miles from Moscow, would' be to the last degree, absurd, Were there no other difference in the circumstances of the two cases,.than the amount of troops to be withdrawn, and the tract of ground over which it was to pass; but mark what circumstances offer themselves independently of these.' The French army was pursued we. hear nothing of a pursuit by the Turks. The Frencdh army had confessedly and by design, neglected all provision of magazines, &c. The Emperor of Russi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
gae1VI telvArrival%, and Wolesa and Retail W areouse, g reat r?ir&ety of?os ieryi consisting of bimak, white, lamb's :wool; anu4 oloured b ?Ub.lre. at 7's.. 6d.currency - " 'orbats from 15s to ??. g" a: f..:1i. }Ifew boxes of raisins A few bags of amonds . Ditto together with dried fruits Warren's blelkig, in bottles and tin boxes, from .4. C6 Cs. per dozen Men's vearing apparel, consisting of fus. . ia~: lackets, shooting coats, white drill and ,. grber trowsers Black and coloured silk handkerchiefs Yorkshire hams, Dutch cheese and mus Blankets from 8s. to 20s. per pair Cork butter Gentlemens" stocks.. from 19s. to los. ger dozen Blue broadcloth, ladies' cloth and Eersey mere of colors. Blue jackets and trowsers' Hearth rug. \ Flannel aid; flanneldrawers. .Eegs of white lead .itto-oi paint of colou.rs Half-pint tumblers Clothes, hair, tooth and nail brushes Ivory handled knives and forksr carving d' itto, and shut ditto Gu , ernsey frocks, red night caps, cotton 'dra.wers, ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
Q' t ý,-uaniti-'~r i;ca tPbacondo hButter, have. tl t arrived fron? N.iTsland, and :have been -offred:fr ?ale bt' iot 'through ir. ,Laid:. I . Huw is tia' ' out intizmtate acquainm Swjh ipenal ýietflemen affairs willpro. Vo ep in ;iiV 4e mystery. Does Mr. Bax ' ?4? t t filing informations .for .A Siianiin enquiring into public peeu. lations ?. Sir G. Murray will doubtless inform him Of thisn due time to hiagreat surprise;;. for be may rely upon it, these things 'hower ver inegle-ted :here, Will ,be .thought. wor thy Qf notice at home. , :: ,Your,?s.Z.,- . " Sly-corner; : A:.RG ? . Sydiney ., I . I ;April.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
is EoTroI or Tas STDN*Y MowaroR. --: r cýforsh you will admit that there Sa;:i s y??yt imagined,: a free. press in the lonyY ihe liberty of the press is a decep tive bait'toatempt inexperienced writers and the adherents of freedom, to their own de atruction. A Censorship were much more eligible and safer, for then we might venture to com ament upon men and measures. No writer is any longer secure from criminal prosecu tions, if he dare to mention the most flag. rant abuses in civil or military matters. A magistrate of a district, or a commandant of a settlement, may act just as he pleases. He may be very cruel, oppress the weak, or abuse the confidence reposed in him by his superior;. he'm y procure the dismission of ho. nest men from office, and appropriate public property to his private use, without the least dread now of bcing brought to justice for his tyranny and peculation. His safety depends upon the state of the press ; which will now no longer have the teme.ity to question ...
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 — 25 April 1829
UsaMOBArIIU FOR THE ENSUING'WB?fKE YVAsIATIONS 07 THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAlIRUI AT 7DIN THE MORNING, 12 CAT.NOON 'VD 5 . IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. i f First Sunday after Easter. NI 'HighW?ater, 15 m. p. L- Morn..- 65 in. p. 2. Last Quarter of Moon,I in the Morn. SJ I High Water, 30 m. p2 .torn-5 m. p.3 Aft - I High Water,33 m. p.3 Morn.-5 m. p. 4 ft. I High Water, 3 6m- p. 4 Morn.--8 m. p. 5 Nt. & High Water, 40 m. p. 5 Morn.-14 mn. p 6 S?i j ! High Water, 46 m. p.'6jMorn--20 m. p. 7 Nt "-u * I High Water, 41 m. p. 7 morn.-8 at night; f t Sun rises, 42'm. p. 6, sets, 18 m. p. 5. ATURDAY ......... 16878 65 S E. "Fair. SUNDAY ............ 627660 Do. Do. MonDAY ........... 62i7760 Do. DO. 'i-SDAYn ........... 63 76 66 Do. Do. WBDNESDAY ..... 6480 67N. E. Do. THURSDAY .. ,. ... 63 78 69 Do. Do. PatoAr .:....... .6582168 Do. Do. ·' ,, -- - - - --.. .. .
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
TO THE EDITOR O??'THE SYDnIr MOMaILa? SI , In your Paper of the 11th inst. in recit ing the races, yor stated that Meg Mere lees ran against. a bay horse, and wa beaten out and out. I beg you will contradict that assertion, since she was neither matched nor ran, nor came down for any other purpose than being sold. She was not put out of a walk during the whole of the time she was on the course. I am, Sir, - Your most obedient servant,' B. FRANCIS Penrith, April 14; 189.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
;pe* ?, pars regularly, are . requested to complais to . l . ti.r .:post-paid) aid; as far as we can, we he evil. But wee will noi be aswerabl p P dellery of our i ournal is a asne eecal si·laer, .han thue set -forth. This is the condition' 'ý ' which ?e. .ell our Journal, and of whiclh te hereby : request at4r Subscribers t to tae notic. !°hs: public pi4cautioned Ve pay no money, nor make S? setllemet o?t oceount of the Proprietor of thi Jqurnrz4 t0stlout denmanding a PRsINTED reeipt -, " R -+in hi, own proper hand vwrting. p;- i l sins hsaccouut wiothout such receipt, sail! . et~ gri'ves, credit fr=, nsor acknowleged nd any ~ b on 4iuieg'tnf s odtici o iigitU ~ ;irL~hae to pay for the remainder of:Ate uter, , whether, tejy, c4oo e to receive it or not. -Qu?terdays end. the 31st. AMaE;' 30tiA.:ruc;r 3 tis.ptin yr,,ep d :31st. D.ecenmber respactiely. 4jiertiem;ents sent' t. this efe must speciar on. the face of. then the .-numer of times they are to be. advertised,. otherwoise they ...
(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829
Spir it of t(he mo iic . e'aLe Lnds are now beiug offered .uby ? he overacfnmel for the discovery. o .tahc- en (prid esoners at Emu , "Plains) ?w. o regaled themselves with roast. bf ' F .means otf an illegal taking, slaugter?i?g ani d oast ing of a bullock, the roper4y o? H-s1 15 ajcs ty ; and Ten Pounds for tae . pprehensie_ of the murdgrere of the late` Zr. Clements, ,a most respectable emi gan t. iice'ording to Cocker, the life of an can r aut tentlemean being newly come to the Coany ±a, ai.ut this I rate of estlmation, worth Yl wce: as much as 4 'a bullock. Fifty Guineas onn Eie other hand were, it is said, paid to 1i. F o?ti (Authorj of Veritas &c, &c.)for hisrvice in. prose cuting the Sydney Editors in -each case, From which we learn (looking -'tlhe same i high authority Dr. Cocker) tiha the convic tion of, a Sydney. ditor, is worth five timnes: the discovery of the mrurderi a .of a Gentle man on the:highway. . On Wednesday .night; betwren .nine a-un ' ten o'c...