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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 August 1827

e ..t....et..e i m rks' 'of a i ni i gent Lois-~ 8on rit Mie' t; I xti arkliaiient to put a i rendh et in` tiei1 i ,,tid oienlmie procte.' The evils arisins from parties being arriested by ialicibus drffr7Ailu & i y, iil cm?ome homee to the etperisenc? of mod pei't.f9i , either as regards themselves or their' ai; )8tntance: " ED4 "Mr. Hume's observations on the law otimptisgintrnt f£tTdebt6 seeih to is to hate been cibmpletely misunder stood by those who attemipt'ed to controvert them. Mr. Hiiiie, unless we mueh uiistake.his meaning, objects to inifs isonmlent on mesne process,* but the Attorney-Gene ril? Mr., Caletaft, and Mr.; Peel, assume that he desires to abolish imprisonment' for debt altogether. The: pbe? irwhich Mr. Hutne condemns as impolitic and dan gert?us, is the power which any desperate rogue in this coiiuit>y now possesses, of throwing 'any man into a sij fBing-house or a gaol; against whom he chooses;to swearfa debt of such an amount as to render it extrem...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 August 1827

MARRIED.     By Special License, at Castle Forbes, on Wednesday,   8th August by the Rev. George Augustus Middleton, late Colonial Chaplain for New South Wales, John   Larnack, Esq. son of William Larnack, Esq. of New-   ton of Auchengale, in the County of Caithness, N.B.   to Emily, eldest daughter of James Mudie, of Castle Forbes, Hunter's River.    

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

SMITH and HORTON, Waterloo Fruiterers; .ing Street, ' bg leave to inform their Friends and the Public, that they have always on hand every description of Fruits in their Season, of unexceptionable qualities, which they offer upon the most reasonable terms. Shipping supplied with Fruit (nd Poultry 0Q, tKi shortest notice.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS, There was a very thin attendance at the Market on Thursday; owing to the weather. The'supplies of edery description of necessaries were small, but were quickly disposed of. The sale oft Vheat did not amount to300 Bushels, nor of Maize to more than 320; .prices varied very little from last week. . The Cattle Trade may be considered lively, beasts of good quality being in de mand. Sheep sold well. Average price of Wheat from 4s. Od. to 5s. 3d. per Buslihl. -Maize 4s. 6d. to1 5s.-Barley 7s. to 7.. 6d.-Fine Flour, 14s. sterling per 100. lbs'--Second do. 12.--Bread 4d. to bd. per Loaf.-Beef 2s. 8d to 3s 2d. per stone. Mutton. 3s. 2d. to 3S. 8d.-Pork 4s 2d. to 4s. 10l.-- . .Batter 2s. 64. to 3e. 6d. per lb-Cheese l. 2d. to 8.. 6d, -Eggs Ia. 3d. to I. 9d. per doz'-Fowls 3e. to 3'. 9d. per -couple.-Ducks 4s. to 5s.-Geese 98. 6d.--Turkies 12. to 14s.-Hay (inferior bush) £3. to £4 ver load-Straw £1. be. per do.

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(Continued from Page 584) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

If.they iepeal their Bill.of last year, and Mr. Canning treat us with his 'mountain 'of paper having a base irri gated with gold; if' they do this, ittwill be impossible to keep the paper money- within those bounds which would prevent 'the gold from quitting the country. They would, then, be compelled to authorise the Bank to re fube to pay in gold: that, as I have a hundred times, said, would be, in fact, to authorise an issue of assignats; half the property in the country would make an instant change of' hands ; and we should see men, who are now riding in their coaches, sweeping the streets or begging their bread; besides seeing our immense Wens * plun ged into all the horrors of starvationand its consequent sitrife.; WIaT, then, is coming ! There is a way out of this difficulty. There is away to avoid both these monstrous evils : and, that may has been clearly pointed out in the Norfolk Petition. Do I believe however, that that .petition will be called up and listened to ? Indee...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

bhipping I nteliUlenre. Arrivals.-On Friday, the Barque Lucy Anne, Captain Dacre, from Hobart Town on the 15th instant. Pas. sengers-Messrs. Dawes and C. Appleton, Mr. abd Mrs. Wright, G. H. Smith and R. Anson. Ladipng 2,500 bushels of Wheat for the house of Raine and Co. and other merchandise. Yesterday, the Whaling Ship Pocklington, Captain Phillips, sailed from the Fishing Ground July 22nd. Lading- 160 tons of Sperm 011. Also, the new Cutter Regent Bird, Mr. R. Heave, Pilot, Master; built at Port Maequarie, burthen 27 tone her first trip. Left the Settlement on the 22nd..inst. Brings up 16 tons of Sugar and Molasses, 2 hales of cotton, and a quantity of Tobacco, 'the produce of Port Macquarie. This morning the Ship Hervey, Captain Findlay, from Hobart Town on the 16th instant. (For Passengers and Lading see a former number.) Reports.- Governor Ready to sail on the 18th inst. Lang 19th •Triton 23rd Persian 4th Departures.-On Thursday, the Joht Bull "for the Sperm Fishery. On Satur...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

MEMORANDUM roR .THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises 24 minutes after 6. E | High Water, 45 min. past 11 Forenoon. St. Augustine. Sun sets 37 min. past 5. | High Water, 10 min. past Morn.-36 min. past 12 Aft. St. John Baptist beheaded. [ High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Aft. S I Frst Quarter of the Moon 26 min. past 7 Morn. .?~- High Water 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. l Day increased 1 hour and 36 minutes. High Water 59 min. past 2 Morn.-53 min. past 3 Aft. Equation of Time.--Sun on the meridian of Sydney, i " 8 sec. before 12 mean time. St. Giles. . 12th. Sunday after Trinity. oc London Burnt A. D. 1666. O. Style. High Water 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. , | j High Water, 15 thin. past 5 Aft.-43 min past 5 Eve. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKE1 AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT, NOON, ,AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC ~ / TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 60 68 64 Fine. 'i'UsDAY .i....... 59 68 64 Cloudy. WEDNEBDAY...... 54 66 66 Do. TSsRSDAY........ 59"" 64 63 Showe...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

To TaS EpIoR OF THE MoOITo~., I am the occupant of a farm i n the vicinity of Cook's River, and my' carts (laden with wood for the supply of the town of Sydney. ' and other articles,) to the number of four or five, traverse the road communicating between those tracts daily. At the toll-bar, payment is demanded for each; at the same time, the said road is in a most deplorable state; not a symptom of improvement ap pears since the line was first formed ; the consequence is, that travelling o .itf is, in wet weather, impassable. The average number of carts visiting Sydney from this quarter, may be estimated at about fifty weekly; and I certainly .think, Mr. Editor, that for the exaction of tolls, some recompense is .dche.' Through the niediua of your popular journal, in the .name, of my neighbours and fellow sufferers, I have taken the opportunity bf calling the attention of the Engineer thereto.. As we pay our money, we'think it but equitable that we 'should receive some value for it....

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

g c' r. r - . ....... Housz ' CoaroNs0 ARs 3.---CHURCHEA IN IRELAND. -Sir John Newport rose to call .the attention of the House to the law relating to the building and repairing of churches, in Ireland. B~y a variety of laws, and by long custom, ap unlimited power' had been vested in the Protestant part of the community, to make what levies they pleased, for the purpose of repairing and improving Protestant churches. But, although many of the chur ches, and even cathedrals, had fallen into ruin, the Gov ernment never interfered, until at a lattter period, the Protestant Church appeared likely to be eclipsed by pro tespint Dissenters. They then found it necessaryto re build or repair their churches,, and at whose expense was this to be done ? Why, at the expense of those who were shut out fromi the power of forming portions of the vestries by whom such expenses were to be esti mated and levied ! from the Roman Catholics, for they formed the great miajority of the people--from persons...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sin, I AM a poor, friendless, and unprotected being, com monly called a Convict. I am transported for life for a forgery (which crime I solemnly affirm before God was the first crime I ever committed against the laws of my country) of very trifling amount ; it was done by me for a man who, to prevent his f:unmily from starving, uttered it, but it was known to be false-he got nothing for it, and I was undone. I came out here in the early part of 1817, and was assigned to a settler. I was with him but a short time, as he had nothing to eat, and it was the hard times. Well, I was turned in, and four days after 'I got another master, with whom I am now. In 1823, I got punished for misconduct; In 1825, I applied for a ticket, but it would not do, I had. been punished. Well, tbinks I, I will wait patiently, who knows what may happen ? and when the Governor's orders came out, I gave myself over for lost, but the Governors orders put all to rights again, as my ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

WITH the hatred of Mr. Canning personally, is also. mingled in some, a dislike to the popular measures now in a state of progress, of which Mr. Canning was only the author more than Lord Liverpool and the other Members of the late Adminstation, inasmuch as he possessed more talents and a clearer elocution to carry them into effect: we speak chiefly of the new Corn Laws. A member of the Lower House(Lord C), un usually an adherent of Ministers, but violently adverse to the Corn Bill, has been heard to exclaim, in prema ture anticipations of a triumph which may not attend his cause-in vain exultation at the fancied greatness of those who have set themselves against Government -" Now we have got Canning down"--(" down," be cause the Sovereign has set him up ! A true Royalist this !)-" now we have got him down, let us trample upon !" Thus, therefore, does the procedure which we have been describing appear to assume the character of a conspiracy ! A conspiracy against the, country, to sto...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

SoME weeks or months ago, we had the pleasure of receiving a letter from Sax Bannister, Esq. our late Attorney General. Within thiese few days we have re ceived two small packets from that Gentleman dated at Cape Town, and enclosing a letter and two pamphlets, printed at thle Cape of Good Hope, both edited by Mr. Bannister. One contains all the letters and documents relative to those circumstances which immediately preceded Mr. Bannister's retirement from ,his office and from the colony; and the other contains Mr. Bannister's political views. on New South Wales. The first pamphlet we conclude, is intended for publica tion amongst [r. Bannister's friends and acquaintances in England and elsewhere; the latter will, of course, be published as political pamphlets generally are, namely, circulated amongst the people of England in general, and the departments of the British government in par ticular. We have been able only to skim these pamphlets, and therefore at present pronounce no def...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1897. HOSTILITIES have been re-commenced against us by the Governor. In consequence of two letters received by Mr. Hely, our Chief Superintendent of.Convicts, the latter Gentleman felt compelled to fire the first shot, by iipprehending John Wood,. our Pressman, as he was out on' our business. John was directed by the Hebrew ]reamer, Constable Izzy, to march into Hyde Park ~frracks. There he* was kept in safe custody till the ,afternoon of Friday, when Mr. Hely told him to' go to two other of our assigned servants, (one our chief Com positor, and the other a kind of Pressman's mate) and desire'them to deliver themselves up to Government, or they.woujd be severely punished, or words to that.effect. When John made his appearance at his old quarters, .and related all this history to us, the first thing we did. was to go to the front door of our office, lock the door, and put the key in our pocket. The next thing was, to give orders to the said thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

SALES BY AUCTION BY Mr. R. COOPER, IN the Market-Place, on Thursday next, the 30th Instant, (if not previously disposed of by Private Contract) an Allotment of Ground, situate near the intended new Market Place, Upper Castlereagh Street, measuring 75 feet in front, and 78 feet in depth, upon which ground stands a weather boarded cottage, stable, and fowl-house. Apply to Mr. Leary, Spinning Wheel, or to Mr. R. Cooper, George Street. BY MR. S. LYONS, O N WEDNESDAY, the 29th Inst, at 11 o'clock pre- cisely, without reserve;- That Commodiously situated newly built House and Premises, 68 Pitt-street, next door to Mr. R. Reid, the Property of the late Mr. E. Lazarus. -Terms Prompt Payment in Sterling money. BY MR. ROBERT LACK, AUCTIONEER, (Unless disposed of by Private Contract,) On Friday, 14th of September next, at Campbell Town. A THIRTY ACRE FARM, situate in the District of Appin; bounded by Mr. E. Broughton's farm   to the South, and by Mr. Edward Simpson's farm to the W...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   PRIVATE Examinations before a full Bench of Magis trates have taken place within these few days upon the affairs of the Cattle Stealers. Michael Power, it is affirmed,has spared neither sex, rank, nor condition, but implicates residents in the vicinity of Bathurst by the half dozen. Warrants it is said are flying about in all directions. We may therefore expect shortly to hear of plenty of work being cut out for their Worships the Justices, and their Honours the Judges. THE prisoners by the Manlius, landed on Friday Morn- ing in a healthy and creditable condition. A consider- able number of them were assigned for Country service the same day. Our prison population has received an augmentation during the last fortnight of no less than 619 souls. But great numbers die every year of these men—more a great deal than of our free population, in proportion to numbers. THE Hervey, Lang, Triton, Persian, and Governor Ready had days appointed from sailing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

WAITER.—Wanted immediately a steady active     Man as Waiter. Apply at the Rose and Crown     Inn, Castlereagh Street. TO LET.—The Estate comprising 640 Acres of excellent   pasture and arable Land, situate on the second Branch of Hunter's River, near Patterson's Plains, bounded on each side by the Estates of Phillips and Boughden, and in front by a navigable river. For particulars, application to be made to Mrs. Ward, 47 Upper Pitt Street, or to James Phillips, Esq. Bona Vista Paaterson's Plains, Hunter's River. NEW PERIODICAL. MR. ARTHUR HILL having received a Press and a quantity of elegant Book Type, (which were specially ordered by him with reference to the publication of Periodicals) has the honor to inform his Friends and the Public, that, at the instance of several Literary Gen- tlemen, he will, on the 1st. of October, lay before them, No. I. of the South=Asian Register,   (TO BE PUBLISHED QUARTERL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

{ A ir EQ;N PRINCIPAL SUPERINTEN. SDNT OF CONVICTS. WITHEREAS, MR. .HELY, by. means of ISRAEL O CsAPMAN, a Constable, apprehended an assigned Servant belonging to myself and MR. A. HILL, under the plea that he had not been duly assigned to us, and afterwards returned him, -and he is now in our-employ doing his duty. And whereas, Mn. HELY was informed by letter from me last week, and is otherwise fully ac quainted with these circumstances, and consequently knows that the said JoHN WOOD has not "absented himself from his employment," as the said MR. HELY advertises in The Sydney Gazetteof this day (p. 4. col. 5) but is how in my employment at the Monitor Office as a Press-man; which occupation he has fulfilled all the * present year. And whereas, JOHN WOOD has repre 'sented unto me, that MnR. HELY sent W'oid' by him to two other of our Assigned SerVants, namely, THoMzAs AaRMSTRONG and HENRY HARRIS; to abscond from my service, and go into the service of Government ; which .act would be...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 August 1827

LONDON NEWSgPAPER CIIAT. PoIsoNING BY OrIaur.-On Sunday last, Mrs. --, of Douglas-street, Vauxhall-Bridge-road, a beautiful and interesting young female, procured a very consider able quantity of laudanum, by purchasing small quan tities at different shops (under the pretence of curing the tooth-ache), in order to destroy herself. The desi red effect soon became apparent to the bystanders ; and, after pressing her for some time, she very reluctantly disclosed the painful fact. lMr. Hastings, a surgeon, in the Vauxhall-bridge-road, was immediately sent for; life was then ebbing fast, but through the pronlpt appli cation of the stomach. pump, the poison was completely withdrawn, and she is now in a convalescent state. THE PAVING SYSTEMr. — In a little tract, just published by J. C. Robinson, there are some very judicious re remarks relative to the improvement of the Carriage Pavements of London, suggested by an examination of the various plans proposed by Messrs. Macadam, Mac- namara,...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. UPARnns of 4,000 bushels of wleatlavre arrived from the SoJlth during the week ; the Market consequently was .dull in this parlticular; the quaintity of rain brought by Settl'rs dii not amount to 200 bushels ; wheat averaged at 4s Gd. Derwent whcat calculated at 5s. Maize improves in terms, taking a raise of Gd. on the average. Very little business was dune in: the Cattle Ma'ket. Sheep and Pigs did not find ready. sale.. Average price of Wheat from 4s 0d 'to Os.-Od per Bushel. -Maize 5s. Od. to GA.-Bualey 6s. 6dtt ? 78.-,Daits 4s.--. Fine FlouitI 14.: sterling per '100 lb?I--Second.ddi. '?.Ic. -Bread 4d. to 5d. per l1oaf.-Beef 2s. 10d to 3#. .2d, per stone.-M lutton 38. 4d. to :3R. 101d-Pork 4s 2,1. to 4r. '8S --., tter 2:. 9d. to 3s. 9d. per lt.--Che'ese ai. to 1N. ,:-:' .gs I. 3d. to ls. 6d per doz.--Fowls 3e&. 6d.. to Gai 5 ).c" cf.Japle.--,Ducks 4s. 6d. to 6s.-Geese, 8s. to' lOs. Id --Turkies 10s. to 14s.--Potatoes 7e.. t lo s,. r , cwt.--Hay £16 per load...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

Tnt MBSMO U Oio T i UiING. WEEK. SUN rises 24 minutes after 6. ' High Water, 451 in. past! 11 Forenoon St Augustine. . 'Sun seth .7 . mid. past 5.". " " ?i 7ilgHih 1ýater,.-10 min, past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 12 Aft. 'St. John Baptist beheaded. .j H IHigh Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Aft. [E' výI- Frst!?,larter of the Moon 26 mid. past 7 Morn. . High Water 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft.. Day increased 1 hour and 36 minutes. • S ' High Water 59 min. past.2 Morn.-r53 min; past 3 Aft. Equation ,of. Time.--Sun on the meridian of Sydney, S8,sec. before .12 mean'time. St. Giles; ; 2th. Sunday after Trinity. : ti fl 'London! Burnt A. D. 1666. O0. Style. t High Water; min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. liea High Water, 15 min. past 5 Aft.-43 min past 5 Eve. V4RoATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN A' 7 IN THE nMORt4i4iG, 12 AT NOON, 'AND 5 IN THE EVENING. RESPEC Vo *U `- TiVELY. MoNUAY ...... 60 68 - 64 I Fine. TuiSD.f ..; .;... 59 68 64 Cloudy. y??oUN .4,..,... 5...

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