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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

( A Correspondent has very much served us by sending us a Religious Tract By In. COIIBETT! published by Gilbert, df St. John's Square, Londbo; at the losing rate of p0l. per dozen, or s. 6d. per hundred, and :which loss is made up by the Religious Tract Society.; composed of the most pious men in London. If we have haid any mibgivings about the good intentions of Mr. Cobbett eret6fd?i,' we .i all'no, abandon them. As a politician ie'may be righ?t or wrong. Our opiqn s, he is more Fight than any pampleteer.we have the opportunity to, rea.,: He undoubtcdly excels .the Edinburgh revew in . tbkeprofundity of h4i investigations, the simplicityof his mode of treating his subjects, and the plainness of. his @tyle. ED.),

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(Continued from Page 616.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

I have said it, I believe, several times, and I delight in 'ep. tir.?, 'ithat' [I s'heoltoilneed that you: could hlave HtenPdi "'s L?i dvice lons ai; that .remedy could hayebeen app ed to these evils years a o; tthat infinite Sibiefwoi ;harve. been left. undone; had it inot been for fear of ~lvitig the natibn.room, td say, that .now, Cob.. Dti'redii Modl e Iffd('ý, But; 'ilas this comes al "·I :oli i sc hah s taken place. Those s were sp apxious to, eep mein a state of depressidn, that they could even expose, themselves to (suffering, to adeomplsh; that :object; thousands and. thousands,. of theserare trow.aitually ruined' thousands of others are ulpfiolf'ie pipoin f' rui?n iiid they have, at' the same time, tl:.J ~tifitit o g'-e, that ii? doctrines have all been vr?,tp, te. very letter,, and tiat aidI the world is satis fiedpitbat, if niy advice had .been followed, these suffer i~d 'Wibuld all;bave 'been avoided. For my own :part; I d 1~ t'hid m?hli the vermin' suffer. They are des...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

TMIPOUNDED AT LONG BOTTOM, on thel26thI nstant I One ?Red Cow, branded on the neai rump; but- not intelli gible, with a Calf byv her side same colour.. One Black Cow, with white back and tail, white on the belly and hind legs, branded W: B. on tlie'off hump. One Red Cow, a little white on the belly and on the near flank, and a white mark on the tail, branded W. S. One Black Cow, with brown back and ears, and white on the belly, branded W. N. Yearling Heifer, black, with brown Back, white belly and white nose, branded I. H. If the above cattle ate not claimed by Thursday, the 13th of Sept, next, they will be sold to defray expences. Long bottom, 30th, August 1827. RI CHARD FENTON, Pound-keeper, N OTICE TO BUTCHERS AND OTHERS.-Mr. R. FITZGGERALD, of Windsor, has a Flock of Fat Wether hteep to dispose of. Persons villinig to. purchase, may see them at his Farm, on the new Richmond !toad, near Black Town. Windsor, Aug. 21st, 1827. N SALE AT JOSEPH AARON'S, No. 70, GEORGE - STREET, Near ...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. Tire DUKw OF C?MBERnrAND. --Letters were rec'eibed on Tuesday at, the 'residence of the Duke of Cumber land, in the .King's Palace' St James's, from Berlin, dated the 24th, ultimo, at which period the right eye of th iR6oyal Duke, on which the operation for the cataract had beei' performed, was in as favourable a thita as could belexpected ; the inflammatioii occasioned by'tie' operation had diminished, and his Royal Highness's ge neral health was declared by Dr. Graefe to be in every respect satisfactory. THIn Wakefields.--:Mr" Turner, the father of Miss Tureier, inteids to bring a summary process 'in the Ecclesiasticil Court, to determine the legaility of the marriage farce between the parties. The last decision on Gretna Green marriages is that of Sir WV. Scott.(now Lord Stowell),in the case of Dalrymple against DD.lrym- . pie. The judgement was elaborate, and its principle was "tbis--" that ,marriagesa Z irelt to Gretna green "j~ y be c'deatrd:vid-v?di; ei...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

;-ARRIVAIS.-Yesterday i the Siiip .Lang, :Cnptain: ;Lusk, from London March 17th, Portsmoutli'.Aprilt 5h, and Hobart Town,. tle 19th, *inst.--.f-Passengers. IMrs. Fisher, Miss,. Garrett,' Francis Stephei~,E?q., ynd G, William., Esq. ..essrs., Harding, Smitiih, Moore, Mur-' ;dock, Mrt.'Os tier; andtMrs. Lebhirn: - Brings 'iiextep :sive assort;nent' 0f Merchandize.--This 'Morning the .Shooner. Helty, *kfomi Port Dairymple oti the 20th ,inst. 'Passengers Mrs. Lucas, and 4C,hildren ; J.adng 3549. bush!ls.,of WIheat, 134 bags, ,of Potatoes, 5. b?les of Wool, 8o seal skins, and 43 sheep, 'P:i~R TURES..--Yesterday, the G9rernor. Arthgur for M:?autirie `Island. arild La5hib'. 'for 'Pbht Stephens. PROJECTED DEPARTUI ES.'- The "'Mairqis "of Hastings for Canton, 'end Isabella ifor King :George's Sound, on the 2nd of Septembir,: and the Princess :h ar lotte, for Batavia, on the 6hb. REM AIJ NIN IIARBOUR.-Snips :Gnildford, ,.ter.ey, Pocklingtc:., Alfred, M.anlius, Lang, .: lizabell,, and'4r dent...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

i ,e THE' MONITOR. -:THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 30, 1827. ,-ON T:Tesday. morning, in consequence of a summons tq. that effet, .we attended before our Sydney Bench of Magistrates to answer to a charge laid against us by the new' Solicitor General, Mr. Foster, ," of harbouring Jo~hti Wod, a prisoner illegally at large."' We. never knew ,o dignified ani Officer as Solicitor General to at tend our Police Office before. This prosecution was of cdirse ostensibly in the name of the King, but we con sider'itreally 'the:Government's own proper prosecution; a6d I accordingly the Solicitor tGeneral he has just created, most punctually attended to del out agaianst us .the whole vengeance of thei law. As the King has been informed as well of-the resignation of the Attorney 'General as of the secession of Mr. Stephens from the office of Solicitor General, we humbly conceive his Ma jedty. does not intend to saddle the Colonists with the expense ot 'one. Mr. Holland never got his commission. Our Gove...

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AN EXCURSION TO PARRAMATTA. Sydney, August 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

AN EXCURSION TO PARRAMATTA. Sydney, August 1827. To THE EDITOR OF THE MIONITOR. SIR, We hear' and read of rides to Bathurst, trips to Hun ter's River, and journeys the **X? knows where; now, if you think the following narration (if I may so term it) of a trip to Parramatta and hom)e again by two Cock neys, worth insertion, why I shall be happy to see it in print; but if you look upon it as nonsense, why put it in the fire. Some months since, one morning at 7 A. 3J. turned. out of bed and took -a walk in my slippers to see my friend Oddfish--agreed to hire a nag each and ride to Parrarnatta-breakfasted; at 9 r. 2z. made preparations for starting-borrowed D-'s spurs and C-'s cane, ' Found much d;fficulty in procuring horses; however, at' past 12 p. mn. nags or nackers (which you please to call them) all ready-mounted immediately and started, humming a favourite air, called " Go along, go along Bob," &c. With considerable self satisfaction I found I was tole 'rably well mounted...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

S iI 7-A YOUNG MODEL. WIIT LL Stand this Season at Cooper and "Levey's Farm, South Creek. Terms-Two Pounds Sterling each Mare, and one Dollar for the Groom. -Good feed Gratis, for two months.. - . CHANTER. S-H-IS, celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for size, . symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co lony, will stand this: Season at the places and on the days 8lspedijed below-Viz. ; . . At ir. Deane's, 'Western.Road, on Mondi~ s. . iir. ji r a s, Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. ir.? J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and, Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor:Road, Wednesdays. M: r. D. Smallwood's, Pitt.Town, Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. SMi'. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdas. Terms-'Ten Dollars' each M1are, and one Dollar to the Groom. . TO COVER THIS SEASON. r. .HAT "'ell-known- Horse FIRE-AWAY, a sure Foal I getter, :the 'property of William Flewer, No. 29, Yo~-street, Sydney ; was got by PIERCY'out of an -Impobted Mare; stands 15 hands 3 inches high; a red Roan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

SALE 1W DY AUCTION. BY MR. ROBERT. LACIT AIJTWONE R, ' (G.61i(Gsadisliosed of by Private Contract,) On :rida; , 14th of Sep terbpr; net;,- ft-- Campbell:" Town. A. " I3 Y; ACR. "FAy,W; situate.. ii, the: DlAtrict -- o,,A,. ofA )ouiýded,,.by Mr, E. B rnughtp?'s faiym to ,the, Souit , ald Ib.y4 r, r. Ewa?rdi Si npigp's ffrmi to,the W~et;, Gordon,. Farm to the North,: aHield, rVl. W, illihm Crtawes Ito theEast.:lines ;, of1 Whichr,,28 Aeies. are-clear, with<,a Houre- and Garden, Stock-yard and Pigyard; &o. with a creek of fresh water, thereon, the wholel of' it fenced in, part with a 4 rail and part withba 8-rail-fence. There; is ,a ~nmali: Paddock, of ,nbopt.. Soveu .or Eight Acres,: fenced .i'1j besides a few . Acres of -Waste Land, totFgp Agres .abhout .'Tbity.-ii e.,: TIheorig~ijal Grantee, Nr.), M'jchael Caglaghan.. but now, the, property of' Patrick Calla bs;. ., lerý)p.---.0? ;,half, 9f th Pprrhase,,mtey.. paid-doxwn, the re , inde~iin;3 and,6 months..; Sterli...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

DOMIESTIC N.'"'LLIG NCEZ. Ou a.l Parraimatta Correspondcnt informs us, that somei dissatisfaiction prevails amnong the inhabitants there, on a:c;ount of the required payment of Quit Rents, the collection of which commences on WWVd nesday . ext. CAPTAIN DACRE, it is said, has offered the Lucy Anne f.,r sale, to Government. A publican on the Rocks was fined on Saturday in the mitigated penalty of Ten dollars, for harbouring two.assigned Government Servants. Captain .Dibbs of the Brig Haweis proceeds to Cailcitta by the earliest opportunity, for the purpose of purchai sing a vessel, and freighting it with India produce, on account of Mr. Campbell Senior. Vt. aire requested to contradict the statement made by one ofoui contemporaries last week, wherein blame was imputed to the Post ,Office department at !.lobart Town in comnnittiurg to so frail, and preccarious.a conveyance' as the little siop Glatton three Ehglish Nlails. From the representation made to us, we have every reason to beli...

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COBBETT'S REFLECTIONS ON RELIGION: These Reflections were published by Cobbett himself, in the twelve Volumes of his Works, and are now selected and republished for the Edification of his Admirers. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

COBBETT'S REFLECTIONS ON RELIGION: These reflections were published by Cobbett himself, in the. twelve Volumes of his Works, and are now selected and re published for the Edification of his Admirers. Public Men. When a man makes his opinions pub lic, when he once attempts to make converts, whether it be in religion, politics, or any thing else, his opinions,   his principles, his motives, every action of his life, pub lic or private, become the, fair. subject of public dis cussion. Vol. 1, p.. 152. Deism. Deism is but another name for Atheism, whether we consider it in theory or in practice. That we should not be bettered by the introduction of Deism or Atheism, I think is a clear case. Vol. 1, p. 185. Deists and Atheists. I have at all times repelled the attacks of the enemies of the Christian Religion, the abominable battalions of Deists and Atheists, with all my heart, with all my mind, with all my soul, and with all my strength. The bitterest drop of my pen has ever...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 August 1827

LORD ELDON AND HIS COURT. Though accustomed to the ignorance and absurdity of the Morning Herald, we are yet sometimes perfectly amazed by its prodigal displays of these properties. In that paper of Thurs- day, it is discovered that the Bill of the Master of the Rolls will have the effect of reducing the expenses of suiters. Upon this text the Editor holds forth thus.-     Justice ought to be afforded as cheap as possible so that no one might be deterred from seeking justice. on account of the expenses attending it. As to short-       ening the cases, that appears to us in the present state     of things to be impossible; because as it is a Lord Chan-     cellor has too much to do. Even Lord Eldon, with all   his tact, and knowledge and industry, and quiet mode     of getting through with business, cannot master the business that...

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TO MR. FREDERICK ROBINSON, CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER. On that "permanent in February, 1824, during that speech in which he enlogized the Parliament, and in which he calumniated the Friends of Reform. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

TO MR. FREDERICK ROBINSON, CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER.. Cox. tlat" permanent prospority" of which he bad the wisdom to boast in February, 1824, during that speech in which he enlogized the Parliament, and in which he calumniated the Friends of Reforna. "Huzza for the PILOT that weathered the storm." Ma. CANNING. " Agriculture is recovering from the depression under " which it laboured; and, this by the steady operation of na. "'tural causes." KING'S SPBECH, FEB. 1824. "I claim for Parliament the merit of having rescued the "kingdom from distress and depression. 'I say boldly, that "the state ofathe country is. the best refutation of the calum " nies on the Parliament." MR. I. &c. &c. "You" (Mr. Robinson) "play a desperate game. You. " think you can keep up prices, and pay in gold too. This "delusion must lead-to your ruin; it must produee a great "shock, of some sort; it must produce another stoppage of ".the Bank : or, a total breaking up of the country bankers. " ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat and Maize improve in.terms, taking a rise of One Shilliug per Bushel, on the average. The demand was greater at'this day's Market than the supply. Dairy produce is dear. Paul's Monthly Cattle Sale took place- yesterday. Working Bullocks averaged 101. eaoh.. Horses were dull of sale. Ready Money Purchasers being scarce. Average price of. Wheat from 4s. 9d. to 6s per Buishel. Maize 5s. 6d. to, 7s.-Barley 6s. i6d. to 7s. .3d.-Fine Flour, I4s.. sterling per 100 lbs.-Second do. .120.. Bread 4dt to Ud. per Loaf.-Beef ' 2s. 10? to 3s. 2d. per stone.-M.utton 3.a. to' 3s. 8d.-Pork 4s 241. to 4s. 8d:-B1itter 2a. 64. to 3s., d. per lb.-Cheese 1... 3d:" to Ja. 8d.-Eggs 1*. 3d. to -is. fd. per doz.-Fowls 3s. per couple.-Ducks 3s. 6d. to 4s 6d.-Geese 7s. 6d. to 9. - Turkies 10s. 'to 14s.-Potatoes 6s. 6d. to 8s. per ewt. Hky (superior) £9. to £11. per 'load-Straw £1. 5s8. per do..

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

'0 This lBill (ýir. Peel's) was grounded on concurrent Re. teof both Houses; it was passed by unanimous Votes of both Houses; it was, at the close of the Session, a subject of high eulogium in the Speaker's Speech to the Regent, " an l1ii the Regent's Speech to the two Houses: now then, "I * iIIami Cobbett, assert, that, to carry this Bill into effect "jq impouible; and I say, that, if this Bill be carried into " full effect, I will give Castlereagh leave to lay me on a " Gridiron and broil me alive, while Sidmouth may stir the "peals, and Camniig stand by ahd laugh at my groans."-. Takesfrom Cobbett'asRegister, written at North Hampstead, Long island, on the 24th of &eptember, 1819, and published in England in November, 1819. PEsL's Bill, together with the laws about small Notes, which st were in force when Peel's Bill was passed: these aws, all taken together, if they had gone into effect, would have put an end to all Small Notes on the first day of May 1823; but, .to prev...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

= :. DIARY. 3IZEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises 17 minutes after 6. E'~' 5 High Water, 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past 6 Ev. Sudsets 44 min. past 5. HighWater, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev. High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Nt. ELJ .Full Moon 41 min. past midnight. High Water 55 min. past 8 Morn.-10 min. past 9 Nt. Day increased 1 hour and 50 minutes. Eunurchus. High Water 30 min. past 9 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Nt. Day 11i hours 34 min. long. E Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 2 min. 6 sec. before 12 mean time. 13th. Sunday after Trinity. High Water 5 min. past 10 Morn.-25 min. past 10 Nt. ýj + High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn.-1l at Nt. GARDEN.-At Full Moon plant Onions, Beans, Melons, Pump - kins, Calabash, Cucumbers, Celery, Cabbage, Leeks, Potatoes, Peas and Beans. Sow Celery, Cabbage, Carrots, Parsley, Sal lad, Spinach, Beet Root and French Beans. Sow Seeds from India at the end of the month. T...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. CHATHAM, April 2.-The celebrated Captain Parry, R. N., no less distinguished for his persevering spirit of enterprise, than for. his amiable and exemplJary pri vate character, arrived in this place on Saturday morn ing last. After dining with Admiral Sir Robert Moorson, he returned to the Rev. George. Harker's, with whom he spent the whole of yesterday, attending divine service, and receiving the sacrament, in St. John's Church. He left his friend's, house this morning at ten, and was con veyed by the Comet steam-packet, in company with the Admiral and other friends, on. board the Ilfecla at Sheer ness. He is enjoying excellent health, and seems to en ter upon his arduous expedition with that manly firm ness, and deliberate energy, which have invariably marked his undertakings. He will sail from the Nore next Wednesday.-Kentish Gazette. THE Marquess of Hertford, in his. splended; mission to the Emperor of Russia, will, it i said, be, attended by a numerous ass...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

*MEETING OF THE ENGLISH CATIIOLICs.-A meeting cf British Catholics took place on Monday, at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, which was crowded to ex cess ': the Duke of Norfolk was in the Chair, and in a sensible speech announced the object for, which they had met. He congratulated them on the progress of liberal opinions, for though their claims had been re jected by a majority of four in the House of Commons, there was no doubt that, could all the Members have attended on that occasion, the majority would have been in their favour; in the manufacturing districts, in which the people had better means of information than in the agricultural, their cause was making rapid advances; for the stories of " bloody Mary," the " fires of Smithfield," and other hobgoblin details with which the minds of the ignorant were enthralled, began to be properly appreciated. The rights of the Catholics in fact involved those of the Protestants; for the liberties of all classes were insecure under laws whic...

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MR. BANNISTER'S PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

MR. BANNISTER'S PAMPHLET. Miscellaneous notes upon the future constitution of New South Wales; with heads of a bill and tables of facts. Part the second, Introduction, Original Design, Ac. " Execute true judgment, and shew mercy and com passion every man to his brother." Zacharia, c. 8, v. 9. Cape Town. Prirned by W Bridikirk Hleeregracht. 1827. In page four we learn the population. of the Colony in 1825, 1st class-children........................4,724 2nd do. convicts male .'...... 13,201 Female .. 999 .. 14,200 3rd do. tickets of leave........ male. . 1,949 Female 129.... 2,078 F4th do. Expirees. . Male 4,218 Female 1,800 6,018 5th do Absolute Pardons, male 138 Female 14 152 7x26 6th. do Conditional do. male 1,000 I Female 56 1,056 j 7th do. native born males 1,897 1 Females 1,857 0,'750 8th do. emigrants, males 1,957 3 Females 1,193 ,110 6,860 " 35,088 WE. have been in the habit of computing the popu lation of New South Wales at 50,000 souls In this aggregate, the military are do...

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Second Report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and gradual Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Dominions. (Continued from Page 621.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

Second Repprt. of the Committee of ie Society fof"the Mitigation and gradual Abblition of Slavery throughout the British Dominions. (Continued from Page 621.) TBE friends of emancipation have uniformly main tained, what the planters now reluctantly admit, that the whip is identified with Slavery: that it is by its infliction, or the dread of its infliction, that the Slaves are alone made to work; and that these Slaves are moteover.deprived of their natural righrs, and reduced to a state of brutish subjection to their masters. All this has been strenuously asserted over ond over again by the philanthropists, and as strenously denied by the advocates of the West Indian system; by whom, indeed it has, on various occasions, been pronounced a base and malignant calumny. Even so high and respect able an authority as Mr. Ellis, the Chairman of the Nest-Indian body, only about two years ago deliberately made the following statement with respect to what is commonly termed the driving system ...

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