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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

drrinals.-On '1 ue day, the Mfack)a Pat/tet fromn King Geor. e's Sound,. 0fl '1&)O skins.--eui,ne dayA tie Henry, Irrna {,auncee'toz,. with sundri~ra..,-On %Vcdnesda =, ih,- Lord .Liverpuo4; from ..Newcastle vittb , Coamlsi Lit parlures.=-On 'iruesda r. the Lyn:. for, the 11'himkc"' ~ismhdy.=-Omi ' ¶IJ.raedny thme Ma ry. AlIgzabetih fo)r Port,_Miti~tiqrie. and ?4aW4c -0 nwlr. with 4.. wgrnngqmp1.assixm a r and 10 * pri'nners. SPPOjected De ,arttru.-The Dar 1iuz for: Plrm IDalrymplie this -daty.- 'he Lord Lwer10 .poui for Ne.wca-ile ' on thme '26 h In~ttý"lt'1 Samude for. New ZeaLstnd. time Mary for Lftfl don; th~ C'oltmbia. for Li . erpool, t :e1tia be'S fa r- Pou D.ilry nlnjmte,, thme .4ustradia, 'fnr& London; ' 411+ cn the, 281h11 t t;-8m,'1' Mbvry,fort Bamta jut, tilet Ia fouli ir :Iinmr'tt3 Ifmit% on the :9th F1st.-Thme Ionia "f or 1I I . b;trt 'Town' on the 30th In~w:ints

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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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 — 27 April 1829

"MEU#,RAND'.M YIDIVTUK ENSUING WEEK. YAMLIATuIN5 OF TUEaMOMETERI, &C. &C. TAKUN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN'THE EVEIUNG RIIKPRcTIvDI.r. II Tirat Sunday after Iuspttr. -~I~II1krh~ater. 15 ui. p. 1 Morn.-- 55 in. ph Si Nt.. ~.ILast Quarter of Moonn1 i in the Mor.. . a ý High .V'ttr, 30:it. ~2 morn-5 iii. p. 3 Aft: r $ Iliih Water. 33mi. p.3 Mirn.--5 m.p 4 Aft: fT~Ti~ Iater, 3 L ni .p. 4 Morn.- =an. p.5 Iliath Writer, 411 i. P.. 5 !Morn.-14 mn. p 6 S-IHigh Water,'46 in p. 6IMorn- 20 i :p. 7 Nt HI" gb Waiterr4l ia. p 7 wrn.-8it night. .j~Sun- rises, 42 pa. p.:6. sets. 18 in. p ~ SATURDAY ...........68 7ý6 S .` ;Fair.. 27 Uo o MONDAY .:. . . 62.77,60 Do. 'Do.. J'uaw AV63 76 64 Do. 'Do. WRDucDA ~ 40 @6'7N B. tDe. TEIURNDAYT: :... 63,78 691 I)o. fDo. ' ElUAT -...,.a... ;582.60I Do. Do.

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CRIMINAL COURT, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

'CRIWINAl. COURT; THURSDA1. William Briant was indicted, for stealing certia articles of wearing apparel from the person of Jaac 'Dunn, of Sydney. Jane Dunn sworn-I amra wash. erman residing on the raced course, I do not know the day of the month that I lost the things; Ihad ben taking a glass or two of wine with a person, and then walked out with a bundle of clothes. I went intos house and had. some rum. (Mr. Justice Dowling.) What.house did you go into ?.. I don't know. hfr Justice Dowling,-what street was it in.? I dont exactly know,. I was a little .intoxicated. Mr Justice Dowling. 'What:do you mean by bkttl a little intoxicated; how much rum did you drink Il don't exactly know,; 1'was a. little fresh. Mr. Dow' ling. Pray speak a little plainer. You say.you wen a little fresh. Were you very. drunk ? Yes 1 wasil went into some-housewand we bad some wine todrint the wine was in a tumbleri "I do not know how wac I do- not know the prisoner at' the bar. I might b11 seen 'him but don...

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(English.) THE MIRROR OF FASHION.—DEC. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

r'THE IR t"ROFk I\-Da 4 (vaous T131 CO(URT CIRCULARa.) The Duke' itt We L469itgroa, Mr. c4eretary mid ~t 1r . -fIe~el, -and~ thte Earl mid. C~ttflteA584Jf' iirede", route to towvu y ,terday aucarnhng,. )ruii~i Windsor Cw~tllt, where s' It'h:td re= '"naStwt~d onui1emn.1a y ngth4,..aft~rt' dtining' wt.ll ~hi M Malstý'. K ;:'fi ArcMhibi.h'fr it 'C stefrbtr, -C..unt D't Iaim,, tie; ~piish 1i11a:sser,.(ioii :º spec all; *AX3 IC484ote, and' uarL., towii, , ha i itnsrvie:,a 'wiz tb- ~h DaJher~t Wellington yteeslandzr att *?ý j ies were received'e ~e~serd:,*, at' the (11Th e uoI heý .'.eretr~ 'ot State to, F~ereIih' Afftkis :Toni Visi~tiugt t.rui,~to(dr "eta~ i;,Avu: Ius~td( ti.º, a -'Iv~ "pc tB3? ietI e- Ib a The "`it~i~i M0WniMiter (bni a RgWI, ,ii ijijti ,kitsn) 'transeati'lit~U i tirf& `e 3ttc Idi '~ apt Sthe i~.,r$Ag.rt o 1 heýtý. ;t$ ga.fltund tie li't4j1, e.i Va~'icri~i\~in'Ier4.ea~l ý.'P iulu~eý LfLi &~n. thbuis' as i . ,irlhu3 ea~' r, haid~ a 'it1ý *,~e~t r~ig~ wid&...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

BIRTH.-On Monday the 20th inst. at Heywood, near Parramatta, the lady       of George Acres Esq. of a son. DEATH.   We have extreme pain in announcing, at three, P.M. yesterday afternoon, at his resi-   dence 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 nu- merous circle of friends and acquaintances.   Mr. Panton was a gentleman of a warm hos-  pitable 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 — 27 April 1829

by the latest Arrivals, and : ; THOMAS lICJ 'S, eapWrQto le and Retail 'Warehouse, next tothe'DBk of knAutralia. A gret °variety of 'hosiery, consisting, of bls:k, white, .lanub's wool, and coloured sto kings, Umbrellis at 7s. 6d.currency" Superior hats from 1issto £Qea A few boles of.raisins A few bags of umonds: Ditto togethar with dried fruits- . Warren's blacking, in bottles and tin `boxes, from 5s. to Ss. per dozen: Men's wearing apparel, consisting of fus tign jackets, shooting.coats, white drill and orher trowsers Black and coloured silk handkerchiefs Yorkshire hans, .Dutch cheese and mus hard Dlankets from 8s.. to 20s. per pair. Cork butter GentJemens', stocks from 12s. to 16s. par, denw Blue broadcloth, ladies' cloth and Kersey. =ere of colors . Blue jackets. and trowiers Hearth rugs Flannel and flannel drawers . . g ? s of white lead bitto of paint of colours Half-pint tumblers Clothes, hair, tooth and nail brushes,. Ivory handled knives' and forks, carving sto, ardd shut ...

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(Domestic Continued.) KING'S BIRTH-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

49At e It nW'_ Cr atherdll , aotwithK ,_Ej'itw dtlt' the pr,'ýntttr4 gai,'t : it uttitaf antd 1~.~U-~~J 'in.]~ k pa WI botat" thiese I "'1it qcviie's d v r tt ,u.tw. G'ýVe4iror.. ;.` h' tm-np)~lS ho" t' er'.ti vfir ;i'~l EditoriC.Ib os~, he tu11 " etd tno jul eý: ''ý tiiitlc' err., Ae tit1; to hr. i. tIIICi *zr': (Iit:.. f I heier, "tereo all t.'r'fabr~iie. i w~,~ I';1's.t ii . e *rt n the mtz t try `&-w W nt thetr olil Sr~tuif ing t:+) the' t"A~v t'it°To'f ,W lt.W.ta' ai t~ed it. (pab ent~ElfLi'n Ecit)t- ,WdBiS sip wie the tii) ¶e. Io )C auid tru~t it 1%:- 4~ of t ey p~otti= Izaru.iid it~i~tr'ivr1"% retpt,4~~t4tdJ' (i'Plrt3JYtt A tit! 1"º1 h1ri I) and i r: .tthll naot tu,.lve hbar tit }.r:tr Rflc'~ but; Ii'ý .Xt4 I .ustO Pi'W(uIL It in.M t~; '9111'y ia ti iha' Gatien,ta1rr .4reutd out at" oi~'rie. File biath;'-pisr'e el ti z'tl~ev 11 noa vit'. tiui nr atii~t~i.ree ;"in. h1ey to ipluttiaitd ,t r'iort allt .t. 'in "e. 1'h," aa', tý 1)1c:l 'diii igi. t get: itheir t'gi.ut zulu...

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

TIW URR!' Am) O THERS P' "VILS ON bags to return thanks for ast tavourso and begs to intorm his ,ýericds atd the public, that he haR received. bY-the saip Surry,, fresh suppply ofY+OODS ronsistiug ,f as fillows, viZ ; . "RussiaD hairs. &c. . Bboe hemp With every description of has pince shoe grindery. BRUSH WARE. -,Hair br~oom with handles Shoe brushes .. ubrong obrushes, with Paind ditto Sprctbl""ing Ground dilte spare clamps Dusters Horse ditto . Sash tools W atgr ditto Apoke ditto posting ditto l'laiaterers' d'tto Blanister tto ,Camel hair penills. Hearth ditto .:Furnoiture dittQ COOPERSTOOLS IN SETS. Captaining adze, are, GS band saws, bung ditto, inside and outside spoke- shaves, round ditto, rivetting hammer, brood draw ing knife, jiggers, .ahops.knife,.iron driver, jronbhaud ehissel, -small and large. punch, bickering .dittof-lag ging iron, cruze, dou; ble jointed, planes, tppping ditto, bung a uer, compass, pincers, taper auger, sate bung borer, handled vice, braves,...

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

To T ieK rDIToX o TasvIj . ET MQr'ronr H1encefor.h you will admit that the; is not, .-s.you imagined, a free press in the "Colonv. The liberty of the press is a decep tive bait to tempt' hexperienced writers and the adherents of freedom, to their own de struction. A. Censorship ' wete much more eligible :-and safer,-for. then we might venture to com ment, upon men and measures. No writer is any longer secure from.eriminal prosecu tions, if -he dare to mention thp most flag 'z.: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. we;ik,, or abuse the confidence repdsed in him by his superior; he may procure the dismission of ho nest men from office, and.appropriate public property t) his private use, without the least drqad now of being-brought to justice for his tyranny and'peculation. His safety depends upon the state of zbhe press; which will now no longer have the t...

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KENT COUNTY MEETING. To the Editor of the Morning Herald. Kensington, Oct. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

KENT COUNTY MEETING. = ' e £h~ Editor of tke Aorniug Herald Kensington, Oct. 25& - .-Ian, very sure that it must be your de.. ;ire that the public in general and your readers. she patcular zdhould have a true acconut. df the. ; par acter of the great meeting which. hk.s junt Take place in Kent; of. the feelings.and.opinions which were entertained by that meeting,,.and of.. she Nature o/ the decision which ,finall .-.took place; and I was sorry to perceive in your paper, *olgenerally circulated as'it is, that .the report of phe roceedings of this.-meeting contained a comr Olete disfigurement of .its-..character and of the proceedings during the day, anda total ignorance o the nature of the result, or, at least, of all the &curnstances by which that result was produced. It would seem .frorn'.the reading of this report, gtiwhichfOUr columns of speech 'are given to Mr. 'Shuil, and only two. inches to the Earl of Radnor, that the former was the. great man upon this oc 0si...

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

N6~1C'"p('4)I1RRRP1ºNF I~I~ In- con q'ueuice of -a gra'eM num- 3 xierof lAýý ~IbsLriher? rtequesting 1.ug to go l)&U'kt. tau-Saturday eveniing;., .U8:a our (Jýy of' publkation, .wehlai', *cceded to their'wishs. Our Advertisig,i~ Ffi~ends'areire:? S:quested. to d(J'08. us-te f4Lvorn' of~ send`., -ing us. theirr Sat u rdzty. A~vr~ttise-. '.mentis as <soon arter 9 o'clock' as -pose aible ; otlier~wiseouir pttlishjng will be so late in the eveninig as to give.; ýr4&E jIt~'. 4Jti'ferraue ."nf t4 t~j ! Ab te 'Pnal I'1e'pun'leneie+ i4~'" New: a H'ales sinre te / Year I i'ZO. udi fee~' ob'i.e(i1 by conmanientiortia beh,~ senst him tio'n th' ie nuruero.x tree. uer.('fla who. au/l eret fro~ita*-, k cal aot haridy at~ ..ihe said iIepettnencs Not'ices of alt irraea. ufcrdales in 'the d4isteminui of 1 he7 "tore a and. ?onat~ct iabwir pr it. "#'d '%t *the sarid settle mrenatsacnd nl. r, of ol! crr1 cL,º'U'JI appr" priafzons of the "tuagv prope~rty of`,wrlg kind, with so...

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Campbell Town, 20 April 1829 To Mr. Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

Campbell Town, 20 April 1s9 fMr. Hallal . preset t quarler, frusaen 1-aend he post-vfice in (amipbe~l Town; (IDey s:by evei ether reef, e thr thpat ~pur paper s,' oFtau Dome up at all, or if ome ,u p, that mnine is. got among them I know ItNs;-s 'nol yrima aut ;-but at is my' Iss ; it : i.nnot think cf'paiyang for a Newxsp'aer' P.&do not receive. `take in not other paper -but yours. nor shall If, for the same reason. . now deeline taking The Sydney Monitor. t dare say if I took aheGazette. I , ght have it regular enought: 1t. it is too expensive, an!- trio .inipid for my asafe.Yours vrry tr urit. S. W'., KE.A RNS, This letter confiarms what we have heard -sefore, nitmely. that;the G(wernment oficin' Jurnal is .uch more puraetually delivered y our Go- erunment rcountry. post-mnasters, than either of the Independent Journals. That tlhii Government should not make it a riie'emeannur fbr persi.ns to open or Co purloin Newspapers, seit' by the post Foot paid, we con-i er an omiss...

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

CHEAP RETAIL WAREIOUS NO. 1, PUT STREET. JST importecI by the latest, Arrivals, the 'folow1'in; 1GC E GOOD , viz. 200 Rich .n1!: c7aIls, fashiontible colours, from I2'3. 1,13. c-c71 to f0s. 300 Dit e iA:it-tion Cashmere ditto, ..Ss. acbh. '200 ditto; Mitto, ditto, 4.4 square, 59. e, zch 240JDitto, half'-handkercbiefs,,2s.,-6daeach 1200 Gentlemens'. coloured Spitalileld silk di tto, for-the pocket, from 35. -"d. `'" 500 DtVto black ditto,. 30,j34 and3S6 -square, from 4s. 0ooo Pieces of ribbois, selling at half tbb usual price 90oo Pieces of shoe ribbon, at los. per -yard piece 200 Pieces ditto ebinding, at as. per 36.* yrd piece " Ladies' lace caps, black apd, rbite laee : ils and secarfs - Urlings; and cushion thread lace, 4lguped aett 4-4 and 8.4 wide Ladies' Leghorn and straw bonnets s .100 Pieces. black and ealoured. q:ue n.4 stuff, from Is., per yard t Blue, brown and olive aecond clptb, 7s96d. AJ per~yfard"t, , Ditto, ditto, and. black uuperdne dito4-4 ,wide, 20s..per yard * Ti...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY APRIL 27, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

THE MONITOR. MONDAY APRIL 27, 1829.     An article in our last number excited a bit-     ter reply from the official Journal, which con-   vinced the Colonistsm 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 us to give that at-   tention to the Rev. Editor's answer (evidently written under great vexation), which we wish we could 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- ever be brief.     We deny that our article is condemned by our friends. all the intelligent among them approve of it. Some of the timid, who are as ignorant of the nature of libel as the Rev. Editor whews himself to be in his comments now under our consideration, might feel a little uneasy, having been cowed by the re...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 April 1829

EXECUTION.   On. saturday morning the unhappy men, Allen, Matthews and Brogan, were executed for the murder of J. Carroll at Moreton Bay. To the last moment of their deaths they protested their innocence of the crime, and stated to the bystanders, that in conse- quence of their bing denied the benefit of their wit- nesses, they were "murdered men." Matthews,   upon permission being given by the Sheriff, addressed the inmates of the gaol to the following effect:-. " Men! beware how you commit any offence to sub-   ject you to the punishment of transportation to More- ton Bay. That place is the finishing work of de- struction to any person who may be sent there; the men there are starved, flogged, and-worked to death. I received one hundred lashes a week or two before   came up here, for stealing a few grains of Indian corn to appease my hunger . I die not guilty of this crime for which I suffer." Brogan also declared his innocence, ...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

,STERCN g PRICES OF FL·U:a - H iO . :Dixon,..., eon.. .~1.; ·· I 22u. ' iU '1~ J .~a I · 4l ,' ` ,8' e f ats ; y ,2 ; $ew*& VP

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

DOMIESTIC INT IL 1GENCly I All those Offieers of the New South Wales Veteran's who 'did .notichoosoe :. remain in the bolony' ax- aettlers, have" hid passages found them and their fimdilies to England. T'he o,last Offcer who liet was. Lieutenant Sweeney; he sailed in the ,Ausalia ov Wed nesday. Previougsljv º hi ig departure he ~ild some of. his Iriends he bnidhadl no offer of land made 'himr by thBe .Govternor; .conse cquntly, tno8 formid and :regular ijtio i had been .lelt hii :asi oi. c?hatiiaing in the Army or be emiog settler. T 4. 'L'..terans (privates) who have determined. on-.go;?.. home, have been left in great suspense the last six months, i. e. s in?ce'" rders .Were received from the Secretary at' War todlisband- them... The 'detention of .dCqtain .Robison, of the Ve terann. against his c il., is considered by his friends, as an impolitic stretch of 'power. T'here-is a despotisii in..the.. military service and its rules, which is ,mtstrevolting to us Citizen. . Power with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

- -C ~~ P ATR I CK. CONNOLLY9 : Srgeo SMember .of the Royal College f geors of Londonr and Military Membi r o the Dublin College; formerly a Surgeon is the :Dublin . City. R.R intent, b?gs leavet . infornm hit iriends iind the pubiic, that ha h'as taken iitu Pailfttei'ship, I hoinas Pid;Idi;n E.q.,,late. Surgeon Kofsthe- 'hip Jatpiter, by w -hose assi's'tnce,. : ?r:. Connolly flatters himtI self he will be enabled 'to' attend wvith aan: varying punctuality' to the increasing de.ir: pandst on his $Surgicil Establishu,ent ,. lper:. eons afflicted withi.diseaces. of. the eyes, prtes to attend for advice ~and asbiatance ftoni ' o'clock to 10 every morning. i - --;- ---ý ·-- ·.... KEDUCATION'T. T T. h ALL, begs leave to annouiei t V "e ."the publie, that he has opoted , School at Black Town, on the RicliO..:la4 S.Road~, for a limited number of boys ?n4 girls ; where they will be taught Iteading , .Writing, and Arithmetic. The girls Ii aii so be taught needl:-work. All under ten years of:...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

*.(FPROM TlE WORLD OF FAS.IO N) 4 iorunnane ODanss -.1 pelise' of 'Turquoise stone-biuPegros de Naples, made with lappel front, turning back, and edged by a corkscrew rouleau: these lappels terminate in a Calling cape-collar atu the hack, and are clear on the shoulders; the, sleeves eugigot. Round the skirt, in front, w here the pelisse closes, is the same ornament of an en •twined rouleau. A cone encircles the waist, with a tringular buckle of gold. .?road' gul'd brace lets aire worn at the wrists. A fichu of emr broidered .tpille ;is worn under the' pelisse, surmanoteil by. a double ruff.df plain tulle, under which is a narrow au.toir 'cravat, formid' of blue, rihtion,.edge4.by hair stripes of black, and' ter minating by a ,mall how in front' Tlh:s dreg being madepartially low, is often.. retained during .the day os an in;d- or costunre. An elegant tur bancap is then worn with it, consisting of broad blond, in an an eleated border, beneath which are single blue'hyacinths, placed v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

SWe .eg to inform o,? : SMS.cribers both in .town eas •country, they must co;tsiflerlhe d.elivery octheir Newi" papers by usf to th' Post. ~saster in Sydney as regard. o ar frieirdj up the cundtrý, and te our newsi-cirritr as rrgarlfs ,or fr.iends in T'ouwn, a talied delivery' to them -is law respectively ;. the same as. if put issAt?au"ei o,v hands. . S?us riberab who do not receive their papers regularly, are requesteLd to complain it us by letter &post-paid) arnd, as far as we cau?, td will remedi the evil. Jlu. tu wt i?it not be answerable for the deliverlj of our. Journal in a "morp effectdta *aafnnrr thea* halsdt fibk;?" "' hi#4 the rbosditles 4a which we sell our J.carnal,rand of whstciwc·iedres, request allour Subscribers to take notice. ' Tie public are cau:ioned to pay no money, normaRa i any. sett!emnean on account of the Proprietor' ?/ i.s Jouraml, without demanading. a fRI NTBD receit. ; sigw.'d by him in his oiao, proper.. ard writing. Money paid.on his accqune...

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