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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

SYDNEY MARKET :;' AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF TS?, ., : , MARKET . ; & ajd. Wheat per bsh. 0: 9 0,1 Duc -.... Maize, do. .. 0' 4 6 Fowls; par pair' :44 4i Birley, do..... 0' 5 6 Geese, do..... 9 It *! Potatoes dwt .. '0 13 6 Tuirkles, do. ... 0- 1 . Butter,'p'r lb. 0, 2. 0 Hay, perton. 11 , Eggs, per. dos. ," '2 5. Strawper loads S. STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.=-PeflOB0~ Dixon....2..........s . .' 21 Cooper ............: .. 20 Barker ? ? :...... ....... . Darling Mills..' ... . . . ' 0 " ______ I, S1S Geargei Streert Sydney 4 (ýil S*.u#A 0 SiD1V5pD,.lKIN5Dsa ,. AN4) PVUiWlt$,- ¼e, .IY TIl PROIRt TM. " '; pwhaMD shMTJW UAUJAL7

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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CRIMINAL COURT, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

CRMIfNAL COURT, THUR3DY.4 William Briant was indicted, for stealing eertal,;; articles of wearing apparel from the persoa of Jas, D1unn, of Sydney. Jane Dunn sworn--I am a wai?sh erman residing on the race course, I do not kno:;'" the day of the month that I lost the things; Ihad beef ,, taking a glass or two of wine with a person, and then - 2 walked out with a bundle of clothes. 1. went into ?: 4 house and had some rumn. (Mr. Justice Dowling.) What house did you go into? I don't know. 'IfMrti' Justice Dowling,--what street twas it in? I doea'-. `-' exactly know, I was a little intoxicated. i Mr Justice Dowling. What do you mean by belag a little intoxicated ; how much rum did you drink ? , do9nt exactly know, I was a little fresh. Mr. Dow. ling. Pray speak a little plainer. You say you wert a little fresh. Were you very drunk-? :Yes I war,T - went into some house and we had some wine to drink the wine was in a tumbler, I do not know how much ". I do not know the prisoner at the ba...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

DOMIES'TIC I NTE4LI ENC. To TUs EDITO; or F?Ta MONITOs At this libel-hunting season, men of 'int , telligence are intimidated from - giving their opinions on many important questions, o> vrwich depends the liberty of the press, and the pros perity of this Colony--hence the apparently un supported state of those patriotic Editors, who attempt to stem the oyerwvitelniing current of the times. But you are not to infer from the silence of some, and the apparent apathy of others, that you have not the sympathies and good wishes of sensible men, who are, conscious that your la bours are directed for the public good. Such men lament to see you opposed almost single handed to a phalanx of legal adversaries,, who can crush you and' the force of truth, by e. oficio's and convictions, which must eventually destroy the press in this Colony. Two very important questions you have taken up at your own expense for the public good, namely, the right of the Archdeacon or his Or dinary to turn a pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

IEI AP RETAIL WARVE. 31&T imported by the latest. Ate 1the fvllowing CHOICE GOOD::000. v Rich silk shawls, fasioatl c.I00lars ,tm ls; d. each to 60s. 00 Ditto iritation Cashmere ditto, ;Ss. ch. 2ji `itto, ditto, ditto, 4-4 square, 5. each 0 j Ditto, half-hrandkerehiefs, 9s. Gd.each 1211 G~Btle.ens coloured Spitalfield silk ;1 e ow the pZekt, from 3s. Gd. 5io Dit ,o bglek dittos 30, 34 and 30 mo ID Flieca o o?f ribbons, selling at half the dual pries 200 Pieces o~ sboo ribbon, 'at los. per 5.yard pie - 200o Pieces ditto binding, at Ss.. per 36 brd piece Ladies' lace caps, black: and white lace its and cearfs Urlings and cushion thread lace,: figured ett 4-4 and S-4 wide Ladies' Leghorn and straw bonnets 100 Pieces black and coloured queen's i , from IS. per yard Blue, bro?rn and olive second cloth, 7s.4d. 4er yard Ditto, dieto, and black superfine ditto, 74 ride, 0Os. per yard Ditto, ditto, and ditto extra fine, 7,4 wide, Dg. per yard Mjfens' English black bats, 15s. each . j...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

Ai-rivals.-On Tuesday, the, Madeirae Pchket frdm King George's Sound, withr 1500 skins.-Same day the 'Henry, froni .Launceston with sundries.-On Wedn'esdayI the Lord 'Liverpool, from NeWcastle with"' Departures.-On. Tuesday the' 'Lynx, for the:Wfiale Pishery.-On .Thursday the Ma. ry Elizabeth for" Port Macquarie, and More ton Bay, W4ith 4 women passengers, and li prisoners. Projected 'Departuress.--Th? Ddling ffdt i Port Dalrymple this day-The Lord Livefe?, pool for Newcastle on, the 16th Inst.--Thb Samuel for New Zealand,'the Maiy. for Lon .lon, the Colombia for Liverpool, thce Lliza.O bcth, for Fort Dalrymple, the ustralia, for' London, ,ajr. on.. the 28th" Inst.--The Mary -for Batavia, the, lsabella `for Moreton. Bay on- the 29th Tast.--The A iia for .l ow 'bart Town on the 80th Instaýit.; I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

:. VJLSONd begs tto returathanks for a past favours, and begs to inform his ad the public, that he has received ihe ship Surry,a freshbsupplly of GOODS itineg of as tollows, viz ;- Russian hairs, -&c. ibecrs With every description'of l'cers shoe grindery.. BRUSH WARE. Sbr with hanle, Shoe brushes brobruhess. with Paint ditto hbian . Ground ditto it cla - Jmps Duasters c di-itto . Sash tools . . r? ditto Spoke ditto rg ditto Plaisterfrs' d:tto tr dit ,Camel lair pencils. +r th ditto COOPERS TOOLS" IN SETS. 'rntining adze, axe, G S hand saws, buing ?tio, in side and outside spoke shaves? I e-d ditto, rivetti-g hammer, broad draw. SiT nife, jiggers, shop knife, iron driver,. i=o3 hand chissel, small and large punch. c! erinýg ditto, flagging iron, cruze, dou wl pointed pltnes, tapping ditto, bung ug?r, compass, pincers, taper auger, and bung-borer, handled vice, brases,. 1s bits,' ad pad rule, and half round rasp, ban 4 , 4ll ARWPA#E, stv. iQcki HHa pdsome parlour 4t 1 'cuknd -...

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(Domestic Continued.) KING'S BIRTH-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

Th ?? ?yi endt o?ff rather dull, notwith. tendi the prisoners got a holiday and ad Sded to the congregattri of spectators a the feu.de-joie in Hyde-park. Without thesej wortlhymen, indeed, there would have been a sorryattendance in the park. No carriages .--no' ladies-no dashing pedestrians as in 1Macquarie's days, nor yet any Governor. The troops however, as far as an Editor may be' allowed to judge of military matters, seemed to ?e in the finest order, Their maneuvering,.. and' evolutions, and firing, were.all p'er ormed 'wi:l great' precision and celerity, and the military. shewe onl the old race-corse, -in. itself, was in all respecto gratifying?to the few citizens who attended it. Government-house was lit up at the pub lic expense, and the house of the proprietor 6ft Elizabeth Bay at the private expence (as we hope and trust at least) of the popu Jar and.universally respected occupant.. At the Ball,i?I rs. Darlir ; could not. make her appearance, but 'fhis Exqellency shewed him...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

EXEcUTION,. On saturday morning the unhappy mqn, ,dlln, Matthews and Brogan, were executed for the murder of J. Carroll at Motieton Bay. To th last momnentof their death's they protested their innocence of the crime, and stated to the bystanders, that in conse quence of their being denied the benefit of their wit nessess, they were " murdered men." Matthews, upon permission being given by the Sheriff, addressed the inmates of the gaol to the following effect: L' Men! beware how yeu commit any offence to sub ject.you to the. punishment of transportation to Mort ton Bay. That place is the finishing work of de struction to any person who miay be sent there; the men there are starved,,flogged, and worked 'to death. I received one hundred lashes a week or two befosi * '' - came up here, for stealinga few t rina of corn to appease my htnger. I die am of Indu a. crime for which I suffer." Brogan also dec.ia tj~i innocncen and -confirmed what Matthews F~usrl - stated, relative to the severe...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 26, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

THcE ©ORkTTOR. SATURDA.Y AFTERNOON, APRIL 26,1829L-.. An article in our last number excited abit ter reply from the official Journal, which con *incnd the Colonists, that our remarks were well directed, and that our well-pointed arrows had been planted in a vital part. The press of English News forbids ius to give that. at-.. tention to the Rev. Editor'sanswer (evidently written un,$er great vexation), which we wish we conld bestow upon it. Yet if we pass it over until our next number, the freshness of the subject will be gone by. We~must how ewver be brief. We deny tjat our article is condemned, by our friends., All the intelligent among them pprove of it'. Some of th •i tid, who are as ignorant. of the nature of libel as the Rev. Editor shews himslf to be in his comments now under our consideration, might feel a' little uneasy, having been cowed by the re, iterated attacks on the independent Press by the Go'vernment, ever-since the painful sub ject of Suldds and Thoms3n was canvas...

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KENT COUNTY MEETING. To the Editor of the Morning Herald. Kensington, Oct. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

S..KENT CoUNTY' MEETING. Ti the Editor of the Merniung Herald. Kensington, Oct.?.7 . '.ga,--I- am very sure that- it must be your de._ i:: e that .the public in general and your readers in particular should have a true account of the character of the great meeting which, has just taken place in Kent; of the feelings and opinions which were entertained by that meeting, and of the nature of the decition which finally took place; and I was sorry to perceive in your paper, so generally circulated as it is, that the report of the prot edings of this meeting contained a comrn plate disfigurement of its character and- of the proceedings during the day, and a total ignorance Sf the nature of the result, or, at least, of all the eircum-stances by which that result was produced. It would seem from the reading of this report, 'in which/ our columns of speech are given to Mr. Sheil, and only twoe inches to the Earl of Radnor, that the former was the great man upon this oce sation;' that he was ...

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(English.) THE MIRROR OF FASHION,—DEC. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

(English.) THE MIRROR OF FASHION,-Dec. 24. (FROM THE COURT CIRCULAR.)         The Duke of Wellington, Mr. Secretary and Mrs. Peel, and the Earl and Countess of Aberdeen, came to town yesterday morning, from Windsor Castle, where they had re-     mained on Monday night, after dining with his Majesty. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Count   D'Ofalia, the Spanish Minister, (on a special mission), and Earl Powis, had interviews with the Duke of Wellington yesterday at the Treasury.     Despatches were received yesterday at the Office of the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, from Viscount Strangford, our Am- bassador on a Special Mission to the Em- peror of Brazil.   The Spanish Minister (on a special mis- sion), transacted business yesterday at the Foreign Office, Downing-street. Divine Service was performed yesterday before the Duchess of Kent and the Pr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

BIRTH.-On MIonday the O20th int at Heywood, near Parramatta, the lad of' George Acres Esq. of a son. We have extreme pain in announcing, at three P. M. yesterday afternoon, at his residence   on Bunker's Hill, of George Panton, Esq.,   Postmaster of New South Wales, after   an'illness of a fortnight, to the great grief of   his amiable and large family, and of a   numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.   Mr. Panton was a gentleman of a warm hospitable disposition - a friendly man- hence he had many friends. His complaint was a nervous fever.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 April 1829

Campbell Town, 20 .Apri18T9. I bedg ,'to decline takig ing:your-r paper after ihe present quarter, for ?wen I send to;ithe o t.-a ice in, Campbell Town, they-- say euery ohler mweekJ, etther that- jour paper is not. come up- at all, 'or if 'coWrin utii uhatmine is z~on a: long them. I ,I know this is. not-your faul ;'but t~s my loss ; and U.cannot think of payingnf for a Newspaoeir "I do. not receive.. if take mi zo other p'aper. but 'yours, nor shialh I, for the .,ame reason I now decline. taking The Sydney Mlonitor. - II dare say if I took in theGaaette; I might have it regular enougbt Sut it is too: epensive, and .too. insipid for my taste.- :Yours-very truly, •W.. H..EARNS& This letter confirtms what we have heard before,. namely, that the.Government official Journal is lmuch more punctually delivereid by our Government country post-masters, than either' of the Independent 'Journals. That this Government should not make it a nmisdemeanour for persons 'to 'open" or to pur...

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NEWS BY THE MELLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

ii'a"eiier. a.-d :wa'ui`. tits 4tu. "uk thus ýit I: D)s,,e.zB~er r. ' pee~ttt ely.. I TUE. t i NlI~ i ;'1)i ...MOSCOW AND '1'11 STANDA KD-Frit roa)i~is.arja tosehe T'ruth, is to -ar~t l3 uit~~e *1 szua one hu~ndi ed aizd alhire~ 'istileai !'ua eil. .amrtre at arevaa which, b'i.ce."e *full) ainia4t would I1aeae Ilse ltmas-ians is l~l lat 'klee secvurity, wi it Bsnaspt~rte's flightof mare. thana one tlhousand mhiles treat Moscow, w~ould be to tile. List de ree asbmsrd, were there Ito osther datieretic-e inahst: cire~umstasncee C of the two erases, than &he aitnoumat-Of troops~ to. be withdrawn, aid. the tract ot grorund ,over whi hit was 1A 0 paats', ;, but. maik. Wota, clrcusnstaicees oiffr tlieiinselvesa"inlejpendlelitly ;st..'. these.' '1 he French artiy. was pursued- we hear nothing of it , pursuit-by .lie Turks. 'l lbe. IFrewh" 'armay., haid. casufessediy and by dle&sign, aae~ed",eeed all provision (if t nagauztnes, &~a~c Thew Emperor ot Rtussia. had neith...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

"a"` ' 'ýi 'tl:''A~i. utaa o Tuw &JotRro1 ), ýA uas~iti "i.. ."ri ibt m{ strhvn *e Itnw i~ thais "IAilr: ºifl'i~t,, 1 -a m. a tcq4t1 °.ºstrce witit,1kai_ " et l e nth f iMlta~rs w illiprfl-' .v'dii l.1 1*tuL i'I tiling; minurm;.' atala" 1 'f J1b"I eaionre' "~atf1k jyl tia.jqiras.1 inaIo khflJh1Iý $MCU. I~I gin. ? sr(' 'd .V1a,r. 'will do-*,'ati'3 itiforaa. ii titn i.E -tlIiiirin daa, tans' te ~ a~ j 4;rcat-Nar~sra*e; *ver. t",ri c :eed Iw"r:" wtid: bt abaiu th woe. 11O 'ii 4tio tlL aibuiae. * _, ..,, - VoursIte. br 3výcnirnCr, * lUWUb

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

ýDo~rneeflc). +. 'Spirt 't tfhe.- Smnae:.-m..rF.ve rerunTd~ % lav for the die~eoter% '& the, hlt: ' 6 EjrriJ rIQIWFs at :~u~ Fmt. Piain-) ~~tIia t zlc; "tiie~tseb~es .with 501toiat h.:ef by at can'i ` tan iiie'e~tli taikitig.. i~t11u~htr~itIa :Ih'Il r(h1t tivg of a bulloek, the. .pttstrt otft l-it ajc4 clf the maurderen4 o~f tjilt lane ive& C1G[flmlt'n t l1 u1iott re,.ife4ectablt, Tait ; ant. A~evt~viatngt (otrker, the Me 'of an onmigr.tea& ~o aitlean rut*t of es: ifliai ion . wilFt It MIt +E A: i luhhh af ui bullock .Fif~iq cGaite~a onl she: atlteor IRtnV we~re, it is gatd~. p~ain'4 Mi Nr, F s:3cf( Au w .4 Cur iug 31m, Sydtiu?;f omflor3 ii. Ov1CII F~romu 'which w.e it-aru litlelk ir.: to 'tho Ow's high aulthetl'ity Mr. a:;"((.r) tau~ th on. eId!f t jam1 ,of as S dwlev dMica, i6 wat a.Ivth iivc t tile di~ieover` (if -the ul4rdcrer:3:4Ia .. (entId4 IliadI onf thle hiizdlwtt6'.. On `Ved.:esd~iy 't~ight,? etce ni o hos fClti lm fAn !tdtr,,ctrtvaldrb there t e'u ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

DOiMESTIC INTEI.IIGENC E. To Tas EDITOR OV TUs MIONITOR. 1 *SIR,.} At this libel-hunting season, men of 'in4 *Aelfigence are intimidated from giving their: opinions on many important questions, on which. depends the liberty of the press, snd the pros 7perity of this Colony-hence the apparently un supported state of those patriotic Editors, who; attempt. to stem the overwhelming . current of the times. xOBut you L are not to infer from the silence .ou ,come, and the apparent apathy of others, that you have not the sympathies. and good whhes of, sensible men, who are conscious that yohr la., hours are directed for the public good. Such men lament to see you opposed almost single handed to a phalanx of l gal adversaries,, who can crush you and the force of truth, by e.x= pficio's and convictions, which must eventually destroy the press in this Colony. Two very important questions you have taken up at your own expense for the public good, namely, the right ot the Archdeacon' or his Or d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

*ii'bA t 1 s.r:3J s our .*&sri'iers pJM mu tn w*'aind *um4try* they sauctcoasidehthe 61ib'ery .1f the r Nws "p.; hiv mule Mo Po~t-pusaatrr ii. Spdn~ey is reigarda : ft.. ulp thet couutry,, and to -our gems-carrier as regards friends in Town, a ,wlid ddtivrn *. t them, in lau' 4. v'i.elv; Mhe same as if peat ino t. 1ir own handy. .SuL... - wie, dos not reca ive thecir paper. regularlt/, are. request. *' o?'plaIn 10. utgby letter (post-paid) vand, a"'f.r .a* . *. we veit remneds tied n'~iI. 11,t w'e wi u'l easura "l~iver.' of our .Jour,.l its amor e anwrab.u' meaneir, k t iu " 'a. h' 1.0Vv 'alo onrhik r'eeel ou Ju 'tslan ofwhchwe hereby request isalotar V"abvcrfbers to take ee'uIice. Tile. public are evudiasas d 'to. pays no moaney, nor stake my settlement oecne acnt oN of the Proprietor q. tMint Jouax.. r4 ilksuat kenca'.d'ing a PHIa%TED credsip4 .meard by /ai,,a in Ai.ui ou'iin' proper Iaand .ezritiig Vc~aey poid on Ais account ulikouet cstch receipst w'all not be givees cre...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

AVERAGE -STERLI NG PRICES "OF' TH1 U O Wheat per bah.0 !a .*I Iº1ucks ..":.*:' 6 S0 4.64 PvwIk, pe r pair 0 4,0 *Berlev, do.... 0 5 6' Gduse,. doº..". ' ll " *Pd~UWSa cwt. " .0 1.3 "' ri rkies. ,do.! " 0 1tie Il4utter,jetr Ilb. 0 ",2; 0' 'H~y. pgri ton.. 1? ;E~ jecr doz.. 0r' 5- strwpvr laud :2 -0 g'1'JRLLNG PRICESO 110 LOUUt.--per 100h.I If~iz a............. 20!.' b far~~~tg Iuls. ". . 20' i . ý0 k iute.1Mtt'E. 20 11PI~L

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

'To rsn Eatroa or ,mTa SYDNUT MOwyo1 , SIR, (In y ur Paper of the ýAth inst. in recit. *ing the.raca,- you, stated. that. Meg Mere lees ran against a bay horse, zuid a4beaten out and'out..; , Ibeg-you will contr'adcct that assertion, since she was. neitbeh matched nor,: ran, nor came down for any other purpose' tbhat being sold. . ,She was not put out of a walk during the: whole o.6f the ,tine she was on the course. - ':YoUr Most obedient .rant, P Nnnith, ApriV 14, 1899. B RNI

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