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Select Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

The following is an extract from the new Poem, " THE FALL OF CONSTANTINOPLE," containing the character of the Soldan, and his speech to the Turhish soldiers, previous to the attach on the city. The sentiments are the principles of those who con verted half the globe to Mahometism, in the face of advanc ing christianity, whose humble, meek, chaste, and philosophical behests, afford as sublime a contrast, as the life of Christ does to that of the false prophet. And it is remarkable, that while the arch deceiver spake highly of the Messiah as a prophet next to himself in dignity, his followers have called and treat ed christians worse than dogs. THus these: Meanwhile the Soldan bade repair His every chieftain the Divan to share : O'er each swart brow, audacious gladness beam'd, And with rapacious hopes each bosom teem'd. Behold him rise, th' impetuous and the proud, Read ev'ry look, and awe th' uneasy crowd. (Who would not quail when pow'r and cunning rule, And black suspicion haunts h...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Theology, Ethics, Religious Intelligence, &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

A CALCULATION has been made of the proportion which Christianity in all its forms bears to Heathenism. 'The population of the world is estimated below, at the me dium of opposing geographers. Christians. Heathens. AsIA---500 millions, minus. 2 millions, leaves 4S8 millions. AFRIcA-90 do. 3 do. 87 do. EUROPE-180 do. 177 do. 3 do. AMERICA-30 do. 18 do. 12 do. TOTAL.. 800 do. 200 do. 600 do. Tnus it appears that in 1826 years, the Christian reli gion has converted only one-fourth of mankind from deism and idolatry; and if we had not prophecy to satisfy us to the contrary, it would take five thousand years more to complete the conversion of the world, es timating the progress of Christianity at the same rate at which it has hitherto proceeded. 'TiE number of Christian Missionaries sent out from Denmark, England, Scotland, and America, (the only kingdoms whose benevolence in the present day is ex cited towards propagating Christianity among the hea then) and who are maintained at the sol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Average Prices of Articles at Yesterday's Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

aUerage 3riced of artitckl at ctetrbtau'sS fliartit. s. d. s. d. Wheat...... G 6 per Bushel I Fowls... ..3 0 per Couple Mlaize.......3 0 do. Ducks.......4 0 do. Barley......0 0 do. Geese.!... 10 0 do, Butter......2 6 per lb. Turkies.... 0 0 do. Cheese .. 1 0 do. Potatoes.....10 0 per,Cwt. Egs ......1 6 per dozen B3read-6- d per Loaf.

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Parliamentary Intelligence. (Debates continued from our last.) FRENCH TROOPS IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

SarTiamentary *Itetiigence. (Debates continued from our last.) FRENCH TROOPS IN SPAIN. MARCII 18.-Lord John Russell rose to bring forward the motion of which he had given notice, respecting the occupation of Spain by the French troops. He was of opinion that if Great Britain had, at the congress of.Ve rona, assumed the tone which had been assumed by the United States of America, or had spoken out as boldly with regard to Spain as they have done with regard to South America, that war would never have taken place. :But as we had not done that, he admitted that after the commencement of last session, it would have been the height of imprudence to have entered into a war which might have involved us in a struggle with all the great .powers of the continent. What he desired on the pre sent occasion was, to hear from the ministers of the crown some explanations to what was the policy of 'this country, in order that we might not fall again into the unfortunate situation in which we had bee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

SHIPPING INTELLGEvNCE. ARRIVALS.-On Sunday the 2nd inst. the Government Brig Amil, from Norfolk Island and Moreton Bay. ON Monday the 4th inst. the Colonial Brig Governor Phillips. Lading, Sundries. Sailed from Calcutta March 1st and Isle of France May 17th. DEPARTUItES.-()n Sunday the 2nd inst. the Schooner ,Sydney Packet for Port Macquarie, and the Samuel for the Seal I'isheri. PROJECTED DEPARTURES on the 8th inst.-Prince ergent Schooner on a speculating Voyage.--The Doncaster and Atalanta for Hobart Town andl London.-On the 9th inst. the Providence for Bombay.-On the 15th inst. the Lady Ro'Wena for London. REMAIN IN NHARBOUR.-SHIPS---Al/red-Arldent IFoodman-Lad RoItoecnal-Pocldingrton-Doncaxster-Provi dence-St. Miclael. BRIG S.- Glo;?-Atalanta--.Ain-Go ternor Phillip-Queen Charlotte-- IYoodlark-A'ereuw- Ifel lilngton-Perseerrance. SCHOONERS.-Elizabeth and Alarny -Prince Regent-lsabella.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

ree CHAMBER OF*COMMERCE. of A GENERAL Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will en be held this day at their Rooms in George Street, at 11 of o'Clock, A. M. for ihe purpose of taking into consideration of the value of the Spanish Dollar, as hereafter to be received in e current transactions. A. B. SPARK. on 7th July, 1826. SE CT. Pro. Tern. he no MERCANTILE AND NAVAL ACADElMY. " e- 'APTAIN JOHN BEVERIDGE, begs leave to inform Parents Guardians and others; that from solicitations having been made to him by many of the respectable Inhabitants of the Town of Sydney, and having already had three years experience, in con n ducting an ESTABLISIIMENT of this nature ; he has been induced to .r open this Seminary-at the same time flattering himself, that from unwearied attention to the Instruction, and Morals of the Pupils, a' share of that public Patronage which he now solicits, will be Smerited. -- SITrUATION. Y TIIE School House is situated in a healthy and picturesque spot, In No. 16, Prin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 31.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, JUNE 29, 1826. -?lIE GOVERNOR is pleased to desire, in Reference to ..' the Governlnent, Order, No. 30, that Commandants of Stations, Heads of Departments, and Superintendents of Establishments, will communicate to the Persons, under their Orders, such of the Public Regulations as are issued from Time to Time, and relate to them indi vidually, or the Branch of the Service under their imme diate Direction. By His Exccllency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICEI, JI.NE 30, 1826. C IRCUMSTANCES having rendered it necessary to discontinue the System, which has been in Practice, of remunerating Persons employed under Government, by a per Centage on the Produce raised, or on the Work performed under their Superintendence ;--Notice is hereby given, that, from the 1st of the ensuing Month, all Persons employed as above alluded to, will receive a Salary, or daily Pay, according to the nature of th...

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BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. A public Meeting of the friends of this excellent In stitution, was held in the Court-house, Castlereagh street, on Friday last. The Honourable Alexander M'Leay took the chair, at the unanimous call of the Meeting, which, though not numerous, was highly respectable, particularly the female part, which com prised the lady of His Excellency the Governor; Mrs. M'Leay, and daughters ; and other ladies of the first distinction. The Report of the last year's proceedings was read by the Secretary, the Rev. R. Hill, the stay and staff of the Institution. The persevering and unre mitted exertions of this gentleman in support of the Benevolent Society, calls for the highest public eulo giums, and this tribute accordingly we now pay him, on behalf of the community, notwithstanding we know he has been considered a little pertinacious in his own way of management. The Report went to shew, that when the colony in 1820, was small and poor, the public benefactions amounted to 42...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

DIED--On Sunday, June 25th, at Newcastle, in Child-bed, MRS. GILL, Wife of MR.. GILL, Store-keeper at that place.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

CHURCH AND SCHOOL CORPORATION. Sydney, June 28, 1826. IT being intended to establish Evening Schools and Mechanics' Institutions for Young Mlen, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT Proposals will be received from any persons willing to undertake tie management of the same in Sydney, Parra nwtta, Liverpool, and tWindsor respectively. The Proposals to contain the terms and qualiflcations of the Teachers in respect of Writing, Arithmetic, the Elements of Mathematics, and the different Branches of Mensuration. The Corporation will provide a House, and guarantee a certain salary independently of what will be paid by the Young Men. By Order, CHARLES COWPER, Clerk of the Corporation. * NEGERO HEAD TOBACCO. A FEW Kegs of Negro Head Tobacco remain unsold, .1. and can be had cheap, by applying at No. 96. George Street. ALSO, Valettas' Open Green Tea,; equfal to Hyson. Fine Breakfast Souchong Tea, ex. Valetta. Tower Muskets. Horse Pistols. Sheet Iron. Tinmans' Solder. London Glue. CURRIER'S KNIVES. T...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

To the Editor of the MONITOR. SIR, I am a free man, and have been so about twelve years, and am now a shop-keeper in Parramatta, and besides woollens and linens, I supply the people with bread and spruce-beer. The overseer of the road gang on the Windsor road, a soldier, is an acquaintance of mine, and on Sunday the 25th ultimo, he requested me to let him have a joint of the pig I was about to kill on Saturday the 1st instant, and he would send a man for it. On Sunday the 2nd instant, the overseer and his gang came in to mass and to church. Mass is over before church, and one of the gang came to my house before the church Sservice was ended, and said, he had directions to wait till the overseer called for him. At the time the man came in, I had two visitors (native lads) in the house, free men. My own family consists of my adopted son and myself, and a woman servant, free. Presently, five as signed servants of Mr. G. Blaxland with passes, and who had been at mass, called on their wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

0'N SALE at A: B. SPARK'S, Mauritius sugar, by the ton or bag; Chulan, Gunpowder, and finest iyson rTeas, lin quarter chests; Coffee, Vermicelli, China preserves, Liverpool salt, Saltpetre, Manilla segars, India matting, Long-cloth, Nyansook, Pale Ale, and `Wines. MONITOR PRESS, GEORGE STREET. PRINTING in all its branches, is done at this Press, with cheapness, accuracy, and dispatch. HOUSE TO LET. f WT'HAT neat commodious HOUSE, lately in the ih iL 1Public Line, situated, No. 32,CASTLEREAGH ST. nearly opposite the Court House. Immediate Possession may be had, by applying to the Proprietor, MR. oaRRIs, Australian Hotel. A 0TWO-STORY HOUSE to LET, for one "h m. -or two years, known by the Sign of the Welsh Harp, situate at the Market Wharf, Market-street, and well adapted for any line of business, having six good large rooms, a good ball-court, and an excellent well of water; the late Resident Mr. GEORGE TATE having re moved to No. 24, George-street.-For particulars apply at 24, Geo-...

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English Miscellanies. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

CUgli_ U fii[ctlantie%. I IwillUbe observed that we have, in our leading arti ele, treated on the,"Amelioration of the condition of the Negroes," and argued the policy of 'their emancipation in a moral and political point of view. We here subjoin a few remarks on the advantages that would result to the commerce of this country, were the Slave Trade totally suppressed. SWTH regard to the produce of the West India Islands it may be obtained at half its price, either from South America, or the East Indies; that is, we may have sugar raised, by, free labour, to a boundless extent; and which will not, we think, be less palatable to Englishmen, be cause it is not sown in sorrow, and reaped in tears. THa West Indies have long been stationary as regards the consumption of our manufactures. The whole po pulation of all these Islands (Slave population and White) does not exceed one million. Here, then, are limits be yond which consumption cannot extend; and as to any augmentation of the peopl...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JULY 7,. 1826. IN case the resignation of Mr. Rossi, which we by flo means desire-(for though we felt indignant at Lord Bathurst appointing this gentleman to so important an office as Chief Magistrate of Police, the conduct of Mr. Rossi has been such as to merit our decided approbation, 'bating for human frailty--) yet in case he persist in the determination to retire from his situation, we wish to give the "government clearly to understand, that the pub lic will look with most anxious jealousy to the appoint ment of a successor. PARTICULAR circumstances which we feel delicate in mentioning, prevented the public press of' the colony, from stating the popular sentiments, at the time Mr. Rossi succeeded to his present office. The. public were well aware, that the supercession of the gentleman who pre ceded Mr. Rossi, was one of those deeds of darkness and under-plot, for which Mr. Bigge and the friends of a late' judge are so renowned; and when the removal of Mr. ...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. THE ABORIGINES WHEN AT WAR WITH THE EUROPEANS. Continued from Page 19, No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

To the Editor of the MoNITon. THE ABORIGINES WHEN AT WAR WITH THE EUROPEANS. Continued from Page 19, No. 3. IN continuing my observations on this head, I am sorry to find, Mr. Editor, that our opinions clash.. I am equally sorry to observe, that you advance such imbecile refutable arguments. I regret that it should be the case for two rea sons; 1st, because your argument must fall to the ground, and your judgement thereby be invalidated; and 2d, because you evince a most unfeeling spirit towards every British sub. ject, under such circumstances; the loss you will sustain in that point of view, will be commensurate with the stability of my refutation. IN touching upon the subject, I feel assured that no indi vidual will attribute my observations to any other than the real cause i. e. one of a moral zealous nature, to contribute equal. ly to permanent safety on both sides. Confident within my. self of that intention, as well as of the correctness of my ex. perience, I lay them before ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. S. UN rises 6 min. after 7. High Water at.Port Jackson, 10 in the Forenoon.--20 20 min. past 10 Night. : l Sun Sets min. 54 after 4. High Water, 35 min. past 10 Forenoon.-48 min. past 10 Sat Night. t.. 7th Sunday after Trinity. S High Water, 11 min. past 11 Forenoon-27 min. past 11 at Night.-Day, 9 hours 48 min. long.. SHigh Water, 45 min. past 11 S High Water, 10 min. past 12 Morn.--36 min. past 12 Afternoon. SHighWater, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 niin. past 1 Afte w noon.--First qnarter of the Moon 29 min. past.11 night High Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Afternoon. E GARDEN-Prepare ground for a summers crop of Pota toes-Seed for cabbages also may be sown., STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF TIIE THERMOMETER AT EOON ON EACH- DAY, TAKEN ON THIE SHADE. WED. THURS. FRID.. SAT. SUN. MON. TUES. 46 53 60 60 62 .56 50?. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR.

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

TnHERE is int this Colony an Auxiliary Bible Society- a stately Society--and there is in this town, a Society called 'The Sydney Bible Association-humble individual -(folks. We were quite astonished the other day k' i d the Association handing over to its parent the ifa, 911! We should not be surprised if in time the latter exceed the former in magnitude! This little Association it seems, during its five years of obscure ex istence, has collected from the good, and from those who were ashamed to refuse a dollar to the humble collectors, above a hundred pounds the last year-little strokes fell great oaks! This 911. will purchase above 600 Bibles for some poor Heathen Nation or other, who thereby , will, obtain the light of the Scriptures a century sooner perhaps than otherwise they would have done but for this petty Association in Sydney. IT is reported that Major M-- took home a score or rtwo of sculls of the Aborigines slaughtered in the late war. Of course the poor fellows to whos...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Royal Palace Kira-Billie, June 25th 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

To THE EDITOR OF THIE MONITOR. Royal Palace Kira-Billie, June 25th 1826. SIR, IT is with feelings of extreme sorrow that I mention to you a circumstance which took place the last evening of the Concert. Oun gracious Sovereign had signified his intention of visit ing the room last Wednesdays--consequently his suite attended him there at eight o'clock. His Majesty was accompanied by the Ladies from the Palace, Her Majesty, Princess Coudda, &c. &c. When we attempted admittance-we were repulsed. The body-guard wished to interfere-but His Majesty with his usual mercy, ordered Peace. The Queen was terrified beyond any thing-and the interesting Princess, extremely agitated, burst into tears. TIuNK, Sir of our sensations, when we saw a huge fellow thrust our King from the door-way--I knew not how to express myself-The Queen, her Majestic appearance-His Majesty's dignified behaviour-and last, the elegant all-accom plished Coudda-youngest Princess of the reigning family thrown...

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POLICE COURT, CAWDOR, JUNE, 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

POLICE COURT, CAWDOR, JUNE, 26th. WILLIAM KEEGAN, overseer, and Edward Brumagam,   government servant to Mr. George Cutter, Operative Cart and Caravan builder, &c. of Sydney, were fully committed to take their trial, for obtaining dinner, to- gether with sundry liqueurs, under false pretences, at the house of Mr. W. Klensendoriffe, at Myrtle Creek. The facts of the case were as follows: the parties came to the above house, where " the sign post meets the passing eye," and promises abundance of good cheer to the weary traveller, and demanded a load of maize on their master's account. Mrs. K. studious to please her guests, furnished them with some of the revivifying cordial for the excellence of which her house is famed. It appeared that Mr. K. instigated by a love of justice, had lately called for the visitation of the law on an unlucky wight in the neighbourhood, for the illegal sale of spirits, and " bad luck to all informers," continually repeated as a toast, ...

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ANTICIPATION. EXTRACTS FROM THE SYDNEY NEWSPAPERS. January 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

ANTICIPATION.   EXTRACTS FROM THE SYDNEY NEWSPAPERS. January 1900.     IN letters received last night by the Western Port Mail, we are sorry to perceive that there is every proba bility of war with Tasmania. The Steam Boat was only   seven hours crossing the Straits, and when she left the Tamar a chaise and four drove up at full speed, and a high official character bearing very important dispatches   to the Government of Australia, stept on board with his suite, and has, ere this, arrived at Parramatta, the seat of Government. DiiTns. Yesterday,. at his house on the Esplanade, J6hin Smith, Esq. one of the oldest inhabitants in that quiarter of the city, having just completed his 86th year, ietaining his faculties to. the last. He perfectly remem bgrea the 'arrival.of ,Governor Darliing in the year 1826, and the pulling down the old" gaol which stood some where near the middle of George-street. THE Liverpool and Parrama...

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