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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

We. are happy to inform our Subscribers, that our Printers are sufficiently recovered to enable us to publish twice-a-week as usual. Our next Number' will be published on. Monday. Evening. THE Government are about devising some new regu- lations regarding the granting of lands: we trust libe-   rality will be their distinguishing feature. THE East side of Sydney Cove, it was rumoured some time ago, was about to be given away in allotments. We trust the idea has been given up; as there is nothing required by the inhabitants so much as a public recreation like the walks of the Government Domain. Cut off these, and Sydney would be dull' indeed. MR. GIRARD's fine mill, adjoining Barker's, is nearly completed. The two mills are very similar in appear- ance. What with Mr. M'Leay's improvements, the mills, and two or three contemplated buildings by seve- ral gentlemen who have received allotments there, Woolloomoolloo Point will soon loose its primitive ap- pearance. &...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Second Report of the Committee of the Society for the Matigation and gradual Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Dominions. (Continued from Page 629.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

Second Report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and gradual Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Dominions. (Continued frotm Page 629.) TuE remonstants advert indeed, in one place, to the hazard of life to which the free Coloured inhabitants are exposed by the provisions of the Order in Council; and there is some grountd for the remark. It refers to the provisions on the subject of the evidence of Slaves, which certainly do not appear to your committee to have been framed on sound principles of legislation. THE Order in Council was passed for the express purpose of improving the condition of the Slaves. But prior to the issuing of that Order, it is distinctly stated in a minute of the Council of Trinidad of the 9th July 1823, that by a law in full force in that island, the testi mony of the Slaves was already admissible, quantam va.; leat. The Order in Council, however, imposes various restraints on this privilege : in that colony, the testi mony of a Slave c...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. Tnt public, it seems, discovered the. value of KE~a during the time that he wha lost to them.i 'Since .his return to England, he has '-played four or five of his old 'familiar 'parts, to hotuses of unprecedented fulness. The "fame of this actor was of so genetal a kind--s vulgar as well as so high-that the would-be-genteel, in' their love of distinction, had begun to give it out that it Was low to admire him, when the unfortunate exposure took place which degraded this actor as a man. This was .a crisis-and by him inost injudiciously, treated. 'There have been so many wonders of the world, which, when the effervescence of popular feeling has subsided, have been discovered to be no wonders at all, that people of unsettled opipions are very jealous of their own likings and quickly take the alarm when it is suspected that they have been imposed upon. This is a circumstance that operated against this adinirable actor; the moment the tide was turned, your people 'w...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

THE MONITOR THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1827.   The arrival of the triton merchant Ship, from Scot-   land, with very few passengers, has drown some re- remarks from our contemporaries, which go to condemn those new Colonists who, last summer, wrote home to discourage their friends and acquaintance in Scotland and elsewhere, from emigrating to N. S. Wales. We are we think fully as alive to the advantages; resulting.   to this Colony from immigration in general, as any of our contemporaries ; but we think our mode of pro- moting this desirable object superior to theirs. Their plan has been, to continue to belaud the Colony, even when its natural advantages were deferred (by our colo- nial or home Government,) to be bestowed on new- comers. Our plan on the contrary has been, to proclaim far and wide the disabilities under which Emi- grants have, during the last two years, laboured in New South Wales. And we have done so, as well from a sense ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

SALES BY -AUCTION. BY Mr. ROBERT LACK, AUCTIONEER, (Unless disposed of by Private Contract,) On Friday, 14th of September next, at Campbell Town. A THIRTY ACRE FARM, situate in the District of Appin ; bounded by Mr. E. Broughton's farm to the South, and by Mr. Edward Simpson's farm to the West, Gordon Farm to the North, and Mr. William Crowes to the East lines; of which 28 Acres are clear, with a House and Garden, Stock-yard and Pig-yard, &c. with a creek of fresh water thereon, the whole of it fenced in, part with a 4-rail and part with a 3-rail fence. There is a small Paddock of about Seven or Eight Acres, fenced in, besides a few Acres of Waste Land, total Acres about Thirty-five. The original Grantee, Mr. Michaell Callaghan, but now the property of Patrick Callaghan. Terms.--One-half of the Purchase-money paid down, the remainder in 3 and 6 months. Sterling Money. BY Ma. S. LYONS, at the King's Wharf, on Sutur day the 15thinstant, at 11 o'clock precisely, with out. reser...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

zaggrSH POLITICS. CoaN LAws.-SIa FasAcIs BunDmTT. The general reproof which eir FRANCIeS BURDETT has met with,• in consequence of his strange avowal-that his conduct respecting the Corn Laws would be regulated solely by his personal interest-appears to have produced an effect exactly the reverse of that which just censure should produce on a man of sense. Instead of retracting the extraordinary declaration, he has repeated it; and as if to show his contempt for public opinion, he has also re peated, even in more extravagant terms, his famous eulogy upon the Country Gentlemen. That men are generally guided by views of their own initerest, without reference to the interests of the coinm munity, and that it is unreasonable to expect otherwise, we do not dispute; but this abstraet proposition cannot avail those who lay claim to a reputation for disinterest edness and public spirit. The retainers of the Treasury, who affect not to be better than they are, have a right to the excuse, such...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

To ¶HE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR SIR, IT would be an act of humanity to point out to the present Authorities the state of distress that does and is likely to prevail from the great drought in all the high or forest land in.the interior; the poor Settler with four or five in family is suffering severely, and in fact must leave or sell his land if any purchasers can be found; the last season could grow no maize, potatoes, nor gar den roots of any kind, except it was alongside of a river, or in some very light loose soil; the pigs the poor people intended to fatten for the summer and harvest consumption, are dying five and six a day; no grass, weeds, or any.thing for them to live on, and water is so scarce that every animal about a poor man's house is really famishing, most of our Settlers having to bring their water four miles. My reason for pointing out this great distress is, the Governor suffers tolls to be exacted on the road, market, and bridges, such as never was known before, so a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

S," i GOVERNMEN T :-NOTvICE. .COLONIAL, SEi?RETARY' OFFICE, 6th SEPT. 1827. A WATCH-HOUSE being requried at Haslem's ..Bridge, on the Parramatta.road; Notice is hereby given that Tenders, from Persons willing to erect the same, according to a Plan and Sepcification, which may be seen on Applicution to the Civil Engineer, will be re ceived at this Office, on Wednesday, the 3d of October next, at Twelve o'Clock. Security will be required for the proper Performance of the Work. Hy His Excellency's Command ALEXANDER M'LEAY' GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 31.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SEPT. 8th, 1827. TIS EYCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has been pleased to make the following appointments, viz. HENRY GRATTAN DOUGLASS, Esq. to be Commissioner of the Courts of Requests. 'THOMAS DE LA CONDAMINE, Esq. to act as Clerk of the 'Executive and Legislative Councils. By His Excellency's Command ALEXANDER M'LEAY FOR THE ISLE OF, FRANCE DIRECT. THE CHARTERED BRIG MINERVA, .L will Sail, for Port Louis direct, on t...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

Shipping Intelligence.         ARRIVALS -On Thursday, the Schooner Resolution,       from Port Dalrymple, the 1st Inst. lading 2,000 bushels Wheat, 10 bales wool, 13 bags potatoes, 50 skins-.—Also   the Ship Elizabeth, Capt. Powditch, from Valparasio, May 31st and Otaheita July 18,. Passengers Mr. Kendall and   Lady and Mr. Phelps, lading 6,600 bushels wheat, 10 bags walnuts, 17 boxes soap, 4 do. raisins.—Also the Brig Lord ; Rodney, Capt. White, from the. Isle of France, July lI'. Passengers Capt. Brotheridge and Lieut. Wilson, 48th Regt. on leave of absence, and Dr. Kenny, H. E. I. C. Service.— On Sunday, tie Brig Governor PhillipR, from Norfolk Island, 27th Inst. brings up Capt. Donaldson, late :.,'o'n:;,.. mandant, and 'the detachmeit of the 39th, Regt. Mr. Pack. er, Stuperrntendant, lr.- Ord, Storekeeper and 22 Prisoiiers, 8 whose sentences have expired and 14 ev...

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To the Editor of The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

To the Editor of 7he a4snstralian. . SIR, I am a new settler, and brought a veryk tespectable capital with me in the month of January to 'NewSouth Wales. For two hundred and thirteen days I have been expecting 'to obtain my land,, during 'which time I have experienced all the miseries of "-hope deferred," and :a'daily diminution of my'.capital, to the: extent-of at least twelve shillings 'per day.:; When 1 was..disap pointed by the' advanced state of the season in not get-. tiqg in a crop of wheat,' I comforted' myself, as well as I could, under the idea I' should be in pleutyof" time for a crop of imaize b'but the ploughing formaiite istnearly over, and the sight :of these seasonable 'rtins;, iad fine effect they will' have in loosening the ground to receive the plough share, almost drives me to, despair. The lnmd I Ihrdt! pitched upon is gone -.; some more fo¶titnate applicant, having taken *it;: To crown alL: part of miy iniplements of 'agriculture ,have been stolen; the 'thyern ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

agiptp* 4pgM P t g'QTJ *NaNagTIN WBNI. $ SUNi ses,3afminut s after'6. . ' i1igh;Water, 40 mini. puat!5 Morn.- 4.miw. pat, 6Ev.. S ann sets 58 win.past5. ; , if , Sligh Water, 46 min. Rpa Morn.-2 min. ,psat 7 Ev. high Water, 41min. pas4t 7i.Mori.- .at Night? SIDa increased 2 hours and' 1minutes.. . h ater 30 min. past 8 Morn:-5 inin; past 8 Nt. S eNdw? Mbon 36 min. ast 1 Afternoon. I•2 ,-.St Matthew? ' ; c:-' hightWater 15 min. past 9 Mlorn.-37.min. past 9 Nt. !; i| ?Equation of Time.--Sun. on` the .'ueridi-n .of Sydney, S-in 58 sec. before 12 mean time,: , 15th. Sunday after Trinity. [ , ,?ligh Water 10 in the Morn.-20 min: past 10 Nt.. Wigh Water, 35 min. past ,10 Morn.-48 amin. past 10 Nt ,.ay 12 hours 6 min. lon.. .. vYm4TION8 OF, THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT? 7 IN THE ' UtibaNot1 12 AT NOON, AND 5 1N THE EVENING RESPEC ~ I' TIVELY. ,, .. . . , , , M y., ,-..... 54170.66 .Fine" T O......... 64 70 64 Do. C1eii Wis ..v 69 04 - 70i Vye Warni TuMnDAY.a."... 52 68 .64...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

STHE IMONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1827. STfE utmost satisfaction has been afforded, as well to the Public as ourselves, by the verdict of the Supreme C'ourt on Thursday last, in the case, of the King against E' $? Hall for penalties. The evidence adduced dn the .o casion, in support of the Royal Plaintiff's case, was by nio means conclusive.; and, even had it been so, inasmuch as itwas satisfactorilyproved that thedereliction of duty on the part of the defendant arose from inadver tence and illness, and not from any desire to' contravert the Acts.of our Legislature; 'we cannot conceive h'ow any Jury. could have found a verdict other than what was found--unless, indeed, it were 'n unqualifted onie for the Defendant. And, W?hile we offer our public tliagks to the Assessors for their great discrimination and justice, we'catinot.but think that a ui tinqhalified verrtlet 'night have'been by them very conscientiously found, inasmuch as it' wais eivfident, from the Editor of the...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

Artwal# A esteidayf S. Pandora, 18 ginis, Capt. W. C. Jervoise, 6ro'n Pefitng July 16.-Brings no news of importanee .. AT+dthe Schooner?(tn+ ?,p.niis, Master, fmi:oPort Dalrymple 9th iosat at,:,',?.ePg?-,3 --Mr. aqd Mrs. ;Jacobs, ant John Mc'Neil. L,:~a ngii 1,100 bushels !of.whlep jts;.:?. s morning, the S ip,: ?'~r bridge, 533 tons burthen, Capt. I. earce..: frQrp Dubal?i June 2nd, with, 198 male prisoners,. hving Jn t:tw.9cthi the passage. - urgeon-.Superintendentt, 'W'. PG Sgi Esq. R...N. Colonel Ladpsay, . Commanding OOfce tI f. the ,39th. Regt. Captain Dunford andiLady, tie $a. ; and Head Quarters of the 39th. 'also arrive in. the Canm.b bridge. The Cambridge brings nnglish ?aper? o th 25th of May. t . Departures.-OnI Friday, the Manlius; Captaln JOi son, for Batavia, and Brig Lion, and Capt.' Keni for the Isle of France. On Saturday the Lord Livrpool or Newcastle, and Hettyfor Port Dalrymple. Projected Departures. The -Governdr Philip for Neiw-, castle on Wednesday ;' the Res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

FIFTY POUNDS REWdRD ' THEREAS in the early part of Jpnre last; Person VY ca'l'ngand signing himselfJohn o3rown` 6od Ten' Head of Horned Cattle to James Davjs n, Juaior, 'at,. Will rforce, which catleb have since beep sworn to aid recovered by Richiird Cobcroft. I thezefore iereby of+ fer tie '.ilove Reward to any Person or Persons who will appreh'end th said John Browri, and lodge himn' safe in any of his Majesty a Gaols in the Colony.- The saidJohn Brown is a Native of Engl?nrd, a short, stout set nan with sandy Hair, and ruddy Coi plexion,,and between 30 and 4Q Years of age. . . .George BankubSuttor,, Baulkbam H ills 3 S m. 8, .. ; . 7.tah Septembe IS *. I o 1 - ý , ti - f t . 1 . I. AT J. E EELVILLE'S, 39, PITT STREE t, i ", - At the lowest.przice.?., )'{4 rrwuu'. .J A N exceeInt assertment 'of linen'irill , "t ='1' h. " . Tape strips, satin stripied mrisLins- t:. - r o't : ,'),,i ,, , &ir crords:and check do ' : .* ..1 :a, ; :J r , ct MlIkrtinet,jacottet, -book and ..mu....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney Gaol, Sept. 12th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

'To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney Gaol, Sept. 12th, 1827. Sir, On the 30th of last month I received a sen tence of three years to a penal settlement, by a single Magistrate of the name of A. Mc'Leod, Esq. On the 29th day of May I became free by servitude, and accord ingly made several applications for my certificate, but could get no answer, as I was confined in the Gaol until Wednesday the 12th of this month, when I was escorted by a Constable from the Gaol to the Secretary's Office, and stating my circunstance there, I was made complete derision of by Mr. **** ; I informed him that I knew of several persons that had received a similar sentence, and still they obtained their Certificates, but I could not obtain mine. I remain. your humble Servant,   JOHN CONNER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

TWO-.PNCE Sterling per Pound, will be' paid for all I GREEN.HIDES, delivered at this Wdreliuuseilf perfect . • 'aterloo w aiehoase, July 7, 1827.: .LABORATORY AND. DISPENSARY, tARES' M'NAUiHTON, APOTHECARY aiud .bRCG i GIST, intimates to trh. lilhabitants of Parramatta, and the coatiguous Districrs, that he has just begun Business, at M(rs Elder's new bluildings, George.stree:, where he has a Supply of Medicines,. fresh and g.,iuiiie, wll compound them with care ,and accuracy, and sell at moderate Prices; he consequently (along with. his previous experience in the Business.) presumes to solicit the Patronage of the Public. N. B.-Paysicians'. Pgezcriptions, and. Family Medical Receipts, carefully prepared. Horse and .Cattle Medicines. Parramatta, July 14th, 1827. r'EIHOMAS FERRIS, in Addition to his large and ex . tensive Stock. of GOODS formerly advertisedl, has received, by the latest Arrivals, the undermentioned, which he is disposing of at his usual moderate Prices, 'viz-- Witney...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR Van Dieman's Land, Aug. 17th, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

.To THz EDITOR OF THE MOONI'.OR V Ian De.mna',is Land, Aug. 17t]:, 1SC;.. The Tasmanian "Press struggles on in fetters. It. is gagged-frightened-bound down--and confined, by the dread of ex-ofilcio prosecutions. But this you w ill see by 'the Papers. Editors, in this Colony, must be deaf, blind, and dumb; for they dare not see any thing-hear any thing-or say any thing. No, .not even :the truth; You talk of wanting the'Liberty, df the Press at Sydney ? Why, if we were to say what you say, we should lose our ears, at least !! The Tasmanian paper is,-I think, about to die a natural death this week. This is ' Friday (Evening) and no symptoms of its. ap pearance, though a Thursday's paper. -: Alas ! alas ! that so much talent-so much spirit--so much candour --and so much independence should sink untimely into the shadows of oblivion; ere it can obtain its twenty, fifth number. The people are heartily sick and tired of it. Your Paper, the Monitor, has lost none of its interest. I1 gloried...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

. SYDNEY MARKETS'. 7v -' ! The overstocked, state ,of the Corn: arket;tended, 'iaterially t' its depression.ii :;W~cWet "was, rather dull of . sale and declii ed, i'trifle inpiica :-Maize met :a cquick.:, demand. In other branches'of depling a- good deal bf o business was done. 'There;.was ah fine' atteridence of 'dealers: Meat varies 'bt littld'from late prices.,,, , Ai~rage prce of Wheat frbm 4 :3d. to 5&.164. pet Bushel.-, !Maize 64. 6,6d..to Fsi,; 6d.-Barley A. Gd.:tp,7#. 3i -Fine Flour, 1,4:,. sterling per ,10 (J Ibb'--Second do. .12s.-. Bread 4d. to Md. per Loaf.-$eef 2i.' 10d- to 31s/ "2d.: per stone.-Mutton 3s. to - 3s. '8d.--pork 4s., 2d, to 4. " 8il..-Battdr '2s . 6d.' to 38. 9d. per 1:.--Cheese Ie., 3d. to:" , Ir. 8d.-- ggs Is. 3d. to Isi 6d. per doz.-Fowls 3i. per? couple.-.Dclcks'3s. Gd.,' to" 44s.-6d.--.Geese ' 7a.. 6dL t?W ?"i Turkies 10;. -to, 14s. -Potatoes. 64. 64, to 8s. per? cwt. Hay £10 to £14. per load-Straw, j1., 5s:; pedo.,,' . I i In im Inu?llpaaun i...

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NEWS BY THE CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

NEWS BY THE CAMBRIDGE..' THs Cambridge, Capt. Pearce, with male Convicts ftom Dublin,.which she left on the 2nd of June, arrived this morning, having the Head Quarters of the 39th. Regiment on. board ;. and if we may trust our ears, Colonel Lindsay (passenger) has brought a second Band to. the Colony inferior to none which preceded it. .As ultra Whigs, we have most sincerely to congratulate our Readers, that our gracious Sovereign, in spite of his in creasing age and infirmities, has, owing to the insulting opposition of an overgrown and ungrateful Aristocracy, supported his faithful and elect servant Mr. Canning by executing the laborious oflice of Commander-in-Cfiief IN HIS OWN ROYAL. PERSON!!! It is said, the King has had no cause to regret his Royal condescen sion in this respect. His tffabje and pccomlplished deportment to all applicants, lias hadcl a tendency to draw from them communications, which it is supposed will not be fqund without value to the new administra tion. His ...

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BEFORE MR. JUSTICE STEPHEN; and A. B. Spark and E. M. Scott, Esqrs. Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

• .... ,". '-? "@?I'? = - " ' '.. ,.+' .re' )V BEtoutE MR. 178TICK Srit n ; and A. B. $p77c S "... and. M. Scott, Esqrs. Absessors. Reiy. Flall. "I his was an action againso the Editor and ?Iroprietor of the Monitor newspaper, t,) ieco'er the re- penalties incurred by the alleged on-compliance wh so the 14th claile'of the Act in Council, No. A',of tl he prese'nt year, entitled " An Act for preventing the mis, by chicts arising troin the printing and publisthing neK&. Spapers, and papers of a like nature, by. persons ntot known, &c. &'.' which required the delivery on the day he of publi:ation of a copy of every newspaper printed ad within the Colony, signed previously by the Editor and. as Proprietor, to' the Colonial Secretary, &c. on pqin of. a ed perinlty of one hundred pounds for each non-delivery. 'The declaration set forth, that 'ire seperate instances of e such noni-delivery had taken place, on each of which, in thiobugh brought in one action, ...

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