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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 — 2 May 1829

DIARY. :;MEIRANDUM Fon TiHE ENJSUINOG Wt .VARIATIONS 01 THL'RMOMSThR, &C. &C. W1A.RfbI SAT 7 IN TkLEI MORNING, 12 AT.NOO AND S IN THE LVKNINO REBPKCtIYBLY., I Second Sunday after Easter. If i e 0n. p.. 8 Mor:.- i4 5 . " Nt. '. i I Nerw Moon, 2 in. p. 6 Morn. Ii High Wiiterlb ira. p9 morn-37?.'mbp" E-I U 1 1igh Water, 10 in thR MG'-.-1 ; 0 1 Hrligh Watetr, S5 ip. 10 Murn--48 ae":p - Ey prED I Hitihcer, 4'in'p 1 Mp br * High Water,4ql p. 12mOr f .-36 u .,1 $unzrim 4na W p6e '~1? m., R I·1"'~."~&':: C:=~t~U~:i- Lei·.lJI ;

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Queries for the Proprietor of Elizabeth Buy to answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

Quieriea Ar I Ae 7'irwpriefor f.; "' iae & s~tý,9ijr ;e anaw.er. 1-1s7 it customary ror theggnvernment oP fay of tlivXing's C.olonies to visit wtlih tokens otf dip. pleasure (which graduelly lead toq suSj1euIOib, supereesssion, &c., thae ivil offcer, *or the indivi dual, who, having received Iettrea frown Eng land which ianformi tL:C' Colonists of probable changes 'in their Admiilistration, b ippaus tW read hie letters to his m ueintoneea ? 12 --Tn it', ° the prerocgnive" (to twno the eoullv orgurnento of the courtly end Reaerend Ediior of our piaidl 6 jihial 'organ) of .:he (h. vernors. of Britivh Colonies, to interfere with t6+ private conceuiorof civil or tniltatu officer in izJ -way? 3.~-.h it~eccordir to the rules of the. ituiliitty,, Eervh'e, or of any other service under Hearse, that Governors should espres 'their dirappro A *I"ati4a uf Otfl'e a, ae Berr, tind exprctnnts ,E' hinud and . convium la~bur? not prromulgatiz the - coutents of 'their. private 'lecter...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

.. --- - -----. ,.-- ~ drrivals.--On Monday the Edward fropm Cork, ?tih 'female convict.--'The Hefllg: from Liunceadon, with wl'eat &8,.--'l'h' Resolution from Launceston, with wheat &8c; .-The Mary from the` Ileif of Fr nce., with sundries--On Wednesday. the, Woodlark, from the Sperm whale fishery, full ship. ,Departures.---O)n lMonday the Darling ft, Port Dalrymp e, with sundries.-S-anle day. the Lord Live pool for Newcastle, with asunn sies.--'t he Mary tor London witl Colonial Iroduce--On.sTuesday tire, Blzabetlh, for Pdirt 'Dalrymple. with stindries. 'On. Wed. nebday the :C'olorobia, for Liverpool, with Coloniial, produce-On Thursday the ?rmuer, for New Zealand--Same day the' Autrdlia, for: London, with troops, and 'colonial pro duce.--'This day, the &ee&llh~, elena, for" he1 North West -CGiet ,Ame rica,' arid the tithrei? for New Zealand, wit h Balst; 1'Prjecced Departure'.--TThe fsabclle foe Moreton Bay on the-5th .nst.--'lhe Lonfg,I for', Lond...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Hunter's River, March 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

To TH~iC ]EDITOR OF T'r, SY6Rn MOmroa. 'Junter'a RivetiMi'are ýb 2l1829. "' Htavini seen vo6r stBictiwres on the conduct of ar certain i-uugistra` rebidiing in thispart, Ibeg toiufuora you., that ,Mizalbvth [f rmaun, vwife of Sprivat&y< Harman n "the' Buffs' hap been §e ent away from 'iisresi(vI-e; s.5i) th~at. ithe.repo~ts of ia dultcrous cowune stiOnf. can. now no .longer be alL·ged Bkn $ Ctiptain (.lute Lietnenant) Itobert son0 tc'Ciflnee ,to my . kti;;ledti}ý,tliat the 'cvn a~cjioaust' adverted to, 'as well as the impro ," Wvtif e&s s t the a nploya net of the'pr itisoinra at Newcastle, p ojiitel out 'by yonu in yobur. latenuin bers3 (nod w'hich eap'Oa give grueat. ai1(dibfctio)1 to all. the 104(rlt'petulelt . settlers on thbis Rtver)wer@ alJ 144 bcI e ihe thCtlveruor by -Our' last Coum tatndaulel (Ca4lptabia Robibots, Ycte'amis.)' 1o nl teration,; howvever,. took; jlace for ji great lhngth, of tijlte, and they ouiy.uo.exjparte secret ooquiryl' .'uiie ...

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

a- 4ND OTH.ER WILSON begs to return thanks fio post fafours. and begs to inform his - ,? s and the public, that he has received ethe ship Surry, a fresh suppply of GOODS 'APistiIg of .atollows, viz ; P hoe belmp TRussian hairs, &c. e k~jn". With every description ef ?-.?'pin er ' . " shoe grindery. • .RISH WARE. t,,o bra swithba dIlcs Shoe brushes ,. bbin1 l b'mshbs, 4with Paint ditto arbbrein clams Ground ditto drse ditto - Dusters trse ditto Sash tools r'tingt ditto $pokeditto Banister ditto 'laisterers'ditto . iearth ditto ý,Camil hair penci s. frith ditto :, xaiture ditto. COOPE1RS'T OLS IN SETS. S "tanining adze, axc, G S.land saws, bong . ditto, .inside and outside, spoke shaves, o - und ditto, rivetting h :ammer; broadldraw • . l knife, jiggers, s4:ko knife, iron driver, kon hand chissel,. small and large punch, ,bickering ditto, jla ging iron, cruze, dou Sble jointed planes, topping ditto, bung r.uper, compaes, pincers, taper auger, and boug borer, handled vice, brav...

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

I ARiIHOUSI;,NO. ` KEET. -. ýu . p~d by the latest Arrivate, the S C OICE-GOOD, viz.- bsu shawls, faahionaple colours, -. ft~ui~ sGd~cah tO?..:Q ' -; ) 3, tD?;,,Di imitation Cashmere ditt6; 3Ss; . ' ifitto, diil oditto,4 square, 5s. each ,.40 Ditto, half-handkere'iefa, 2s. 6deach 1,090 Gentlemens' coloured Spitalfield silk Maino, for the pooket, fromh 3s, 6a. 500 Ditto black. ditto, 30.. 34 and 36 :,slquare, .from 4s,. .,*.?O0 Pieces of ribboas, selling at half the. :usu. l` price. r", 0O ,Pieces of shoe .ribbon;. at ;0s. per .. 40 P ppes ditto binding; at 5:. ler 36 Ladies' ,lace caps, black and white -lace ejl and ,fc rtf '" inigs aqd cushion, thread lace, fiured a:tt4-4 and 8-4 wide " Ladies' Leghorn and straw bonnets 100 Pieces black wind coloured- queen's stiuff, from Is. per yard I Bl3u, brown and olive second cloth, 7s. 6d. 7"[per yard - S Ditto, ditto, and black auperfineditto, 74 wide, 20s. per yard Ditto, dtto? and ditto etra fie;.e7-4 wide, 3os. per yard .Mens' English bl...

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SUPREME COURT. IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

S {tPREME COoi'R ; SATruIAY, AraxY 25.,.--. fter several sei teuces bad. been passed. on .pirihsone?s counicE - ed in the present sittings, and som'e motions made of no import. Mr. Keith pre'ented hiit -'elfto the notice of-the Judgs, and.ifter sore preliminary obse.rvations, niped the Court to grant an iHabeas ..Corjus to bring up.t th body of one .Pete:- Tyler, a prisoner of the Crown, on grounds contained in an,afiidavit which Mr. Keith,.isaid ie hatd .read to the Court, the preced a day, when be made a ei •milar motion;, but the dl?l iidu :in ,whiich had been delayed till to-day; ? ., the,. fiatwin ig i ? copy- Xi nthe Supreme. Court, '. New South Wales. Edwvard Smith Iall of Sydney, in the .Coltny of, New South Wales, Gentleman, Proprietor Editor and. Publisher of The Sjydneyy dnit?or: weekly Journal, 'iliReth 6tith and saith, that about.three years .ago, one Peter T!yler; a pri soner of the Crown, was duly assighed to this Deponent by His Excellencyv General Darling, Ooveruor ...

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GREAT KENT MEETING. (Continned from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

" S 'AT` ,E2 1'(5 ESTING. * (Contined froinlu twat I upw -' otne¢, Gentleaewn, to oaer ,you; iaimcn obseirvaions on the means by which: our :petition was prevented from. havig fair play;; but, I will? first inserst he peitition. iteelf, fnd beg ,you to read it with as much attention as. your leisure will allaw of. "4 the Honouable .tih 1,nmib* of the United." wgdons of zGreat Britain and Ireland, in pariament assembled. ~iThe Petition of the People of Kent in:: County ZD¶eetinp convened, on Penetiden -H4eath, this 24th day of October, 1828.. ,gost humbly sheweth. ' ` That your petitioners, called together by the,. High Sheriffof the county for the purpose of deliberating on the propriety of petitioning Par-. .:-liaumeºt to.,adopt such measures as are best , iculated to support the Prote.tant Estahlish-. axtivt in Chureh and State; ,being -of opinion,. .at ' neither Church nor State stands at this tine in estimation so high as that in which they .. might stand, hope ihat vourHonourab...

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

'ý e Cmp6ell'"TUwn, 20Api189 I:· i~M'. Ur)""z15,eL ~~~ *rt 82, i!,. . ýf' Mall, ' toot,.9 '·~~iC183 r' 5' decline takirig n' 3 out -Paper ester ;s0'esent'' ojuarter,"for iwen I 'send 'to the si-f1 ce i '(7 anzlpb'etl Town, they say every "'e-eieik,'ethel r that your paper, is not ..c Ct!. 'fl,- or, if "come' up, hhat mine. .is ';cg tleer"ag t "rY* ,i 4low this is not your t pcti' zt-is tky .loss 3 and I cannot -*iitnlc ., payl zg fovra NeWSpanir -do - not receive. .A Cake P9s zo tither paper' but. ,BUs, noes ',s/call' i , fo'rtI.t'c, aze rseason I now decline ecka it Site S ydrey Mbniter:' I dare sry i too/c &.tAeGsBettLe, I' might hazve it regular enoug h; at it ij too ipensive, - and too' insipid, fr mny C. Yoursi :cvy trullti, W. KEZANS, ' lairt lettetr enfirnn wxhat wr .. bavi beaird ."-fore, nazelys, that the Goverrnment oflicial ;Jpuruat io much mnore: ptinctually delivered ý or,': G~vernnientcoustntry' post'master a Siai' 'either of 'the Independeut Journal:, yf'liat ...

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NEWS BY THE MELLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

NEWS BY THE, MELLISIHi' (We seldom continue our-news by the same vessel for more than two numbers. But we .continue our news by the' Mellish this third pnumber for two reasons. First, because the papers we have received are of a hiter date" ,than any received by our contemporaries ; and ?econdly, because Mr. Cobbett'i interesting ,;=account of the great meeting in Kent, and which was considcred 'in England a na-. tional concern, occupied so large a spare of our last number, asp-to prevent our giving even a moderate portion of the news we have on hand.) :> . v?c'sext-ir'21.--D6nna Maria rnc G1orIb is at last, t be received at the Britisn Court; to-morrow is the day appointed for the cere .,notry. If we are to credit the newspajper' ,account, sher" id to be received " with the rceremonies due to a crowned head," which ,we honsider rather as premature mode of reception, seeing that she is not as yet, crowned: "some of the journalists add, that she is afterwards' expected to' partake...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

DEATH.-The wife of Mr. Peter Quigley, an industrious shop-keeper, much lamented   by her husband and friends.

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THE NEW SETTLEMENT AT SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

        THIS NEW SETTLEMENT AT SWAN RIVER     We copy what is about to follow from The Cronicle, of the 22nd Dec. Singapore,       without prison labour and without slavery,     has in about 25 years, arisen to a Colony nearly three times as populous as New   South Wales ; not owing either to its su- perior soil or climate, but undoubtedly ow-   ing to its arbitrary governnent exerting all   its despotism to promote freedom of trade,     without licenses, taxes, or restrictions. In     short, owing to a policy just the reverse of   what has regulated the concerns of this     Colony. Therefore, notwithstanding the   new soils of the Colony we inhabit, plenti- ful as they have been for a mere handful of ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2, 1829. To SIR GEORGE MURRAY, H. M. Secretary of State for the Colonist, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

THE MONITOIL SATURDAY IATEIRRNOO', MAY 2, ;19". 1 To SIx GCwzog MUr lAY, EL M, Secretary , of Stute for $A CoW3MS? * ' 8iL. SIc CL. Ac ., :SIIR, A rumour hie go :O abroad i, thi ColoTh owihg perhsje to the policy puC4+ued by.` tb pie3edR*d Aif1tr:rt SbOB graa$Is5 ýi risb ao tejeaursge in e-w. . :civl and nmilitary -offirs in then . a;. d eminiiranr of ilthh ffdW ca.aptio" "S fr me Sit in a letter of tlahiski~qd Stei on the poloyf yor ifl9licy cf tc i Sof proceedling. ii it be indeed pursud; ib"1 4 ~ujsy's Government. I sihia take the liberty. n this tinie of ma .~ ý servation thereon; for. in that 'n fact summed up r. uost all I shoud' 4L to say on.the sublect; that , one iS t`-'-, lonL, residenee in this Colony,.. uach. e' acquaintance with , the "Ial, : au:p th of the Colony, wo 'are fast i the old free and feed coluiaitSeas' S: ; successors, iiew this pulicy, (if r'ha teen indeed adopted-'by ;OuIr esor)with feelings. that will grahlu\flly -:their affectitons from the Mother ;gwnt...

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BRAZIL AND PORTUGAL.—LORD STRANGFORD'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 May 1829

..EIRAZIL .AND POTI?UGAL.--'LORD- STRANDp ' , FORQ's MISSION. ' AMonVtw9o PoaS, DBC. 20.--t is a British, In., i est` of the ;highest importCace that there shluld. .xist Irn Portugal a spttled and. recognized Go vernmet;, with which Great .;Britain, may main ,.aint her ancient political. .relations, and 'under P:elter, of which that ,:commeIclal intercourse; !which has contributed so long and so mncb to the s,;advant.s, both of Engiand and portugal, Imbayý be perpetuated eteed . exWith the' qiestion ofd thie awful successiont to the Poi tu guisse Crown, ,Gre.at,Bri sain has nothing whatever ito,do,. ary, further, than a? it..is essential to the stability .of ,apy.Governuopit in Portugal that an rundisputed.legal right, :which all Europe may lie e?tcled upon toackauowledge, should li acquired, cif it is not already possessed, by the royal per-, souage to wIhop alotiae, the portuguese people have Ungquiiucally manifested', their .determina.: tion to yield the obedience and fidelity of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

DATEt1CK CONNOLLY4Y Surensin ; Mm. eber of the Royal College of SY geons of London, and Military Mtcnab.* 4 the Publin College, foriterly a surgreo ji thy Dublin City Regiment, be.s leave to intforr his friends uand the public', that he Vas taken into Partnership,* houian Piddinl H N; late Strgeon -of.the ship .Ju piter, by wh.ose assisotnce Mr. Coonpily flatters hin: re-l he will be enables tA -attend with uti. varying punctuality to the increasing dQ. msud* on bits SbvgicaPEstu'blishuen t. ,Pet. sons nfilidted- with diseasea of the eyes, are 1o attend for advice and assistance from 81. o clock to 10 every morning. EDUC.A.TION.~ HALL; begs leave to announce-t .the public, that he has opened r Schoo1 at Black Town, on the Riehtmnai Road, for, a limited nutp ber of boys and gird .where they will Liea.taught Iktddinj Writing, and Arithmetic. The girls. Will " so be taught needl.-work. All under ten years of a ,e, rwill be board. ed. lodged- and taught, fctr the rinsonable sum of Twent...

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THE NEW SETTLEMENT AT SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

~¶UI~ ~W SE 'vi _ UNT AT. SWAN y. , RIVER. We. ocpy What is ¬aboºut to follow from The' f'roictid, of Meh sd Dec. Singapore, _: st thout prisoni laLotu and without slavers', _.. s in ;b~out w5 vears. arisen' to. a~ CuIpuy ratc:irly" ikree tiu es na pt'puloutr as *New~ ,tit~le ,h: lc. not. owing eithert to' its su pirior coil, or" clinia!e, but undoubtedly ow $nt t z=¬b:Lr~t- government e~rertitig all j th spot i:,us to. promnote freedom of trade,~ witho:.: Iicanves, taxes, or rest recions!. n shoart, c wying , o' n policy. just the treverse of., what haus regu~latetl the cpneerns of. this, -Citolny. -°'Bicn4a ore, notwithstanding 'the' niew .tlilc of the 'Colony we -inh1ibit,.. plenti. fa al s they have been .for a metes handful of {people; nttawithst anding our hetilthyc Neapo. titan climnate ; notwith ,inlilig that the most dxepeiasive Commissariat. 1) partmn nt under' 111e Cro~wn, Heave ,that. of Gi~b r~ltntr, Mal~tta,' &c. is estab ished hei~e, 'and, spends £25O,O~tM os ...

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Queries for the Proprietor of Elizabeth B[?] answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

Querleajeordac. Proprietkrf ' b~ jTI answer. 1.--Is it customary for the g(overnr1l? tt o~ ~ of Kthe :King'tt Cuonoie~ tqf visit withi tohte~ ~oft plteasure' (which .t~rimduallv Iead to tuN'(5 itO.v"te iv Ut'Ctit i S:(t~ d Iu p al , E iwh o , 1 t .(6 a ) c : º: a j '' i 1C tfI ! r , o r v t + ' chantmes in their t t41iltrv t('liL€)1, 3::rR ' b°,i read iv lekIttersi to Lisu uI(' 3mntairk i~'t .2-Lit it s the Imrcio',vstivec "(10.u t t't. nrtnm,~etiLs of tie .orl und't11r;",a1( ''v~end .Ld7)I of our wimid (iiirmil or'naz) of ah1e veiiior:; of " riti~r4i (Iolo11iu3. 14ii, melrfe t~ 3I'i vct C coL ce'iiSo(f civil or z, ilt~li y i) 3t .*: ~rm 3.--- it azccpr(hmg to the raih'i- of t- r» it t(vr'viee, or of any othex. ~vrv" i~'° ~u 'r :.} tlmtu .(iov'e~rnr:( ?-hD)U1( cxfsrit~r theirA dIati of catoa Ii~ t he coii~i 'tft; of thký;r' n=i"V tt Pezvta . which1 thevV have, paid Owe [ oz~hr, (i7 ' A;castilre eP l '+ zit idapaatl1+º tin. u.5 of t .U tZ do 11ot do co I I hidhi chisiratt't r~ for a;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

We beg to inform our I bsc'ribers both an town auvn esentry, they oust consider the delive, y of therm News: papers by tu to the Post- tauter in. Sydney as regard.; *se frieide up the country, and :o our news-carrier as regard# our friunds in Towss, a valid delivery to. thesm in lac re.yectively ;. the some as if put imiu their own handy. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to comp~eeiu tI vi by Idjee (post-paid) and, as fair a4 we can, we welf remedy the eoil. '/lia we iwil nt be answerabke~ fAr iA& delivery of eor Journal in a more t Qetju 'xmanfer, /Man that set forth. 7TA1, is e/se coantie,' ,.a which we sell our Jeornal, and of which we Adeby request ailour Subscraber, to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no muoney, nor male any settlemnent on account of S/C Proprietor of jhk Joursnal, without deaaendiang a PaZ NTED recept::I signcd by hikn in his *ion proper hand wriliag. Money paid on his accoest without such receipt, wi4 No...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THIS 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 — 4 May 1829

DIARY. MEMORANDUM F01% TII H SU'Pauo W~cI. fý""! VAaIATIONS, Of TtIE RMOMIKT3Iu &C~. &C. TA.0 i" ý, AT 7 IN TaE MORNIN(G, 12 AT NOON AMDI ` .IM TIIK KV9K~3t -UEBPEC'lKVZLT. i [Second Supdar~s:'tcr Eve. 1* I I HIi4 Wtei,; 30 in, P. 8 Muni:- 15 mi. p. it' i New 5onn,2 M. p. 6Mrl ' " 3fI °'I Hill $'v"ter, It, I."p9 znorn-37 m."NI h ILigh Water, 10 in the M~r'tt.-" 23 ii'. ptO0 HihWateq, 35 to p. 10 Morui-48 mn. p&&l '~'Nt . I ,kj1ih Wgwur, 131 m.P.1:t oru.--27 '3' p Ni co Itigla ý. '.ttr. 45 un. .IJM r - P °;ý IIHighWatet, 4S *º. p. 12 ,ýOrr.--36 M . P.1., 1~ Sun viag. 40 &. P. (P I i -o o i,0.p.S_;,, ;;

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

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Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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