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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY, MONITOR. Hunter's River, March 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

To TUIR EDITOR OF V'1113 S'riN MONITOR. If untcr'aaIiverjwl~hrch 20:,1829." gseen your strictures on-tbic-eon~uct of a -ce~rteaii Magistrate re; iiog .ip this.part, I .lieg. to inform~ you, that EuiizaI'etlm IIHamani, wife it private. h~um'ain ut the -Buatt h~i 4 beeni sent, away~ frmn his residence, so that thme repearts ,ut anfdlUBttleroll. co'nneition -can' it w no. loagger be alleged aguiIa~t Ciaptaima (late Lieutenant) 1Iobcrt sonm It'%.tmIiues to amy kiiowleilge: that the con aexioma just adverted to,':is, well as thme imnpra.. ria~tiwas to" L time emnploy'aent o1f thme priisomi rs at Newucastle, pmonwtd.out by~yum. iny'u~r.liate'muam Imers (a imdwhich e.apu*JI 1;t~ great satattfaactioa to all thme in I'ienCIdCeat settlers onm thisu livi'r) were ima~mnadiant -WLaptamu , ltahiaou, Veterans.) ' No am! ~et+ioutý i'tvv~er', totsk plute for"a gre-it length ot''ihae, and~ thon..ummy on ex-pavitesaearet einqairy; utI l)f~tluebb9 'tmmmok tlrblmnaIls ot: J astia'e, t&sr the mmp...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

DDMIESTLC INTEL UIENOE. All those Officers ofthe New South Wales Vietaren.wbo' did not choose' to remain in the ýthiby as settlers, have.,hbad atsgas fkund flitemn and their finilies to En glpnd. The last Officer who Iett: was -Li; tjWant Sweeney; be sailed ith thegAua'eIli0 atov ed pesday. Previously to hids departur. hq told some of his friends he had had no ofer of land made him by the Governor; conse quently, no* formal andj, regnulir.optiio&i"had been lett hiu as. to continuing; in the Armiy or heeeniiug settler. Tjhe V.terans (privates) who hhave determihned on going. borne,, have been left in great suspebse the last six months, i. v.. since orders were received from the Secretary atV War to disband them. " The detention if Captain Robison, oif the :Ve terans* a gainst his wil., is considered by his friends.. as an. impolitic ,stretch , of:-.power. There is a despotism insthe military service and its rules, ivhictris must revolting to us Citizens. Power without limit, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

Xt 11(13 betacrn'ntiit'~.l Li us tipiutli au at' ~racert cheater~ p~nrly, the MLtrqrts4u .t:An C NE :1'e .- to E1 lir'cct qiit~s. iun, atatC4~ iha t .,c L['ts 'v Zhillirjk Fe'ehE,1ders oEI[re~l jtd, wouilU -w ti~;vg( chý: :el' iit the en-,Uur igeis siedmi ýof ti antL anti tb-it a hill .'aal kready -iia Ens(c re fr that p~arpns_:-. The dlis oltatioen CD ft~ ft nichaise 11a4 loot, oe;U-~ 1t'ied the -ttcnitbn o'* the Le.;i%'at ire, and ti haehc reasovn o know, that the I'ircuuw. litaflce:i Ctend as, .~ tile eleciCion at Mr;2V.:"1 tier4 Stuart in W tertord, antl M. O)'Connell ins Clara, ha:ve cietrib'ated o r'rng lien he deterutin itaim in cert tie quar ere to carry tie,me~titure into efc1'ct. T,4~e proceed ng i:= At cfcirIed on yhec. irtunud~, that the nr-gina'. vizl~ae of thc E;anch? jiC was eqidl ito e of ~ upr Ne a:nt et rrenicy ."WAn that, the. L g .'tj'Li . p~re, ir, r~aicin the Tr:h~et~lder&' amuwittul' quabbe itieri to that sun,,' wouldi merely bring the p~riv'L1-rge bac...

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RAZIL AND PORTUGAL.—LORD STRAG-FORD'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

MZANi :PORTUGAL---LORD STRtANG-, k",O" ' tNl PO ', S;r 20----t is a BritishR axof :h Iwiivt4 iaxkj>(rtnatce thast there shoeuld t ' Ein Port ugu; ' Ut :itled! mid iecug*tiztd (~o rit.`as ic h'r t ' lwlitv, ~hi' rela~tions' and' uuhtx'.; t kh dIaaetth ( tAIUe&1 * ii~autt ~do ,oinrhito 'thte. ::}u 6e Ypeaeu~ @t ý:at t i : itefi*t~ kd Iq s tion.- e Ebs. ful suc*4s ini to othe Put mus Sgu(hWii 10i inpirealt ri-,en aiahiat nuthuig whatever ,.to d%', 46 y-ftitrtber. thui a it is" essnutial to the ,t ailuty v"of iwy Uoerrnmnent ins - Pinrnital :that }ain' iridispinted legal right, which ali Etope intty-ftr AclANei upon to ackmnowledge, should he. acquiredi if it is not already possessed, by the royal per- oisaUge::to whom alone the Portugaese people have unrqi ivocalty mnanifestetI their determina tion to yield the obedience and fidelity of subjects It is :nothiing to England whether the fiunda.,,uennt laws of Portugal would have assigned the Grown' to' Dun M guel or to h s elde...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1829. To Sea GEORGE MURRAY, H. M. Secretary of state for the Colonies &c. &c. &c., [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

M4P D A'. 1WY 4, 1M29.' ," Flo St&GORGF. MUHftY H. 1. ,secretarg of, State -for~ a?.. Ceiio!' }t ,.&. rutiqpr Is ro'ý abroad in tbe ColorYp owih parh " to the ,polkey puro~ued by ah lel "ýto a no g iii chief, if nob eve '3 civil and military- otlicers-in the (0 d gemirants ofi , qt as ant caital ,u ;En ta of o r me Sir, in a letter of this kind, otr:on the-policy. .or. impolicy of this aour.e of pceddinjg, if .it be indeed pursued by 1i 13tiyst 'iGvernment._ I shall; merely take the liberty at this tiane of na Ling one., observation.t ;hereon ,a- for.h t one, is in fact, s us ed up it nost all1I should bare to sway on the subiect; that one is this t1at .my long residence in this Colony; and , r.,curate, acquaintance with the nail. e *rn youth of the Colony, who are. fast b4-. yrs dft g the. nld.free and'1reed colunists a .pett natural: successors, 'sew this policy, (if 9i have. een indeed adoifled by ye~ar preaeccsor,) with feelings, thu will gradually aleumte their....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

.(FPROM THE *WOULD OF FASfION) A MoaNte! Dtagss -.% pelisse of Turquoise; stone-Iiue gros de Naples, made with lappel front,. .turning.back, and edged 'by a corkscrew rouleat: these tappets terminate in a falling cape-collar a' tie 'akd tind are` clhar on the shoulders ; the, ;sleevee eagigot. Round the scirt, in front, where the pelis e closes, is the same ornarrent- of an ell twined` robleau. A cone encircles the~waist, with a triangular buckle of gold. Broad .gold brage-e lets are worn at the waists. .A fichu of emn- broidered tile is worn under the pelisse, surmounted by a double. ruff of plain tule; under which is a narrtlw sauaeir cravat, formed if blue ribt'ou,edged by hair stripes of black,, and ter minating by a smamll bow in front* Thb. dress %ting made partially low, is often retained during ,the (lay as AnZ;in-door costume. An elegant tur ban cap is then worn with it, ednaisting of broad bland, in an .elevated border, beneath which are single lue hihaiitils, placed verti...

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

T VILSON lbegs to return tbanks fo Ps t favours; and pegs to infcrm.bhis '< fnds and the jublic, that *he' balm received the ship S' ry, afresh 8appply of GOODS :t iistiflg of: as:t;fowi, viz ; . oe hemp Russian hairs,&c. e With every. descriptidn of )I'tUSH shde grindery. 3RUSH WARE. trroewithhandles Shoe brushes, agbbing brushes, 'with 'Paint ditto spare clamps (i~ound'diUSe 11jorse ditto Dusters Water ditto Sash tools Dusting ditty Spoke'ditto Banister ditto Jlaistcrers' d:tto ji arth ditto " .Camel hair'pencils. Furaiture ditto COOPERS'TQOLS IN SETS. ,"C0ntainingtadze,a.e, G S hand saws, bunig ditto, inside and outside spoke shaves, round ditio,.rivetting hammer, broad draw,. ing knife, jiggers, abop knife, iron driver, iron hand chissel, small and large punch, bickering ditto, flagging iron, cruze, dolu ble jointed planes, topping ditto, bung autser, compass, pincers, taper auger,.and bung borer, handled vice, braves, 12 bits, 'and pad 'rule, and half round -...

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

AYR1?~TAIL MA&~esriO PTUT STREET T\ imported by tti44 Wrr elsAthey K Atowiig CHQlCE O " vi ;'' 0t Rich silk 1shawls, fashiojable colQurs 1-s:2. Gd. each to 6Q4e4 3O0. Ditto imitation CesbxuWre ditto, . Ss :ach R. 2-- BOitto, ditto, ditto, 4-4 quare, 5e. each S0oD"itto, Tilfhhandkerchiefs, 2s. Gd.eaeh V900 Gentlemens' colouired spitablfeld silk diet® for the pocket, fros St.".6d. . 500. Ditto black, ditto, 30, 34 and 36 squaire, fqmo 4s.. £000 Pieces of ribbons,, selling. at half the :psan p :ice 200 P ece3 itf shoe ribbon ',,at lOs ip6r 36-ya-d piece 200. Pieces ditto bindin t 58. per 36 yard piece Ladies' lace caps,..ltackd and white lace 'Veils and scarfs Urltngs a-d pushion tbred.lacO; figured Batt4-4 and 8-4 wide Ladies' Leghorn anistraw-bonnets. 100 Pieces black and coloured . queen's itufg from Is. per yard Blue, brown.and olive second.clatb, 74s. d." per yard Ditto, ditto, and black ,uperfoe'di&to, 7-4 't Wide, 20s.per yard Ditto, ditto, and, ditto etra fine,7...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

dArirvals.&-Od Motidauy the Edaward fray, Cork7l with female convicts .-I e Hell fivm- Launceston 'with' ý h~e~at &e.--'Il u IResoluli'in from L, unccstonn, with wheat &&r ~---Te Aki, 'ºy from the :I sIe ut Fr, nlee, ~d ýuntdiies-.-On., týVe~inesduty :the IYoonkrh .rý from the Spt rm "w~hale fishery, full slip. j 1)eparturis.--'On Monday the Darling ft . Port . alrytnap e,. with aundries.-T-S31amoe AEL the Lcrr1 Liv'epool for Newcaytde; %itli nflfl *~d~i4~.--he Mayr for L-'wdon wjzthC'tbdni1 produce--Ofl<' tIrue-day thme tltlzalieth,; for Po~rt Dailrynmple with sundries.' On . 'd' am bdm~y the ('olonirb:a, for Livcrpviol, 'v~iih Colonialm p~rodu('e'--On Thursdaiy time a " Lor..New Zeuhiund-=-Samie day the Auetial'q, b~r .L~ondon, witha troops, uind cblO;1inI! pi'0 duce.---Th is. .'day. the Krddai i,". tflenai, '<<§ the- ?Worth- Meat. oast Antwerkca, . '! thIt dicids for -New 1a nid, 'with iF PrtjeciccI Dcrparthiresr:-,...

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GREAT KENT MEETING. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

' Corut Ened f~rom o ~ w4 . I t t Jime, Gentlemenritl iya em obder ations_ on the nmeinsIby with ,Ohr petition was prevented from rling fair t ? y; but, I w itl first, insert Ah peitite elf, and beg. you to read &it.,hil a6s muchn attention cs your Itisure will allow of. b the- Ho ort-af c. th Cormmo~is of 'rho Unite' " KIngdomn.. of Great Britain and Ireland, '= i Parllanpey assembled. y The Petition of the People of, Kent 'ia County Meeting convened, on Peninden . t-eath, this 24th day of. Octoiber,. 828. .Mast humbly sheweth. That your petitioners, called. together by the High Sheriff of the county for tEle purpose .of deliberating on the propriety of petitioning Par Ilianent to a(dont such measures as pure best. c lculated to sutpport the Prote-cant Estahlish .ant in C' arc: and State; .being of opinion;; that neitherv' Church nor State stands at this time in estimation so high as that in which they mnighit staid, hope that your Honourable. House -wil not deem them presu...

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

Campbell Town, to' 4prn.11829. #'o Mlr. Hall, r Vie; "to decliune taking in your piper after ~epresent 'quauirter, for woresa [1: nd to 'the; peet ofce in a (mpbell 'Thwlg, they ray ever ;ether week. e~ther that y/our Ipaper is, rein eo eup at all, or if conme u~p," that trine is pot iaumng them. I. know' thiesa is not your .a't;but- it is mu, los~s and I cannot think of paying for a. Newsap-i'er I do naot receive. I take ire no oilier paper Gut. yor nor shad1 I, for the sanie reason, I noeo decline "taking 'he' Sydntey Monitor... I dare say if. L,took StkieGazetie, I ýiuight have i'i'regular endoug/4; bu(nt it a. too expensive,' and too insipul fur mza `haste. Yours. very £rulumj, 1'bis1cettet' confirms what we h it.heard iief'ore,' nitiualy,^ that 'the ;Ginernrux~nt othieial ýJot~rna is muc h 'iur i~n'.tottaly delivered. by. u Gotvernment iounitry po3in tra than either of ?the.' indop~euduin Juuraaits, That tLiai Governnment sh.uhf} icut 'make, its. nmsdenxeinour' to,- Lrsuiris 't...

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NEWS BY THE MELLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

NEWS BYV THE- MELLISH.. ,(We seldom continue our tlevs by the hiarne vesselfor more than two numbers. But we continue our news by the .Mellish this third nutnberfor two retsons. First, because the papers we have received are of a later date `than any received by our contemporaries; and secondly, because Mr. Cobbett's interesting` account of the great meeting in Kent, and which was considered' in England a na tional concern, occupied so large a space of our last nurkber, as to prevent our giving even a moderate portion of the news weliave oft hand.) ,DEcienea "I .=--Dt iia' Maria da Gkl"i a *'is at last t, bie received'at the' British Court; Y o-morrow is the day appointed for the cere urony. If we are to, credit the newspaper account, '-she: is to be received " with thl ceremonies; due to a crowned bead," which we considet rather a premature' mode of ,reception,. seeing 'that she is not as yet crowned i 6me of the journalists add, that .she is afterwards expected to partake of a' sl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

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

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SUPREME COURT. IMPORTANT DECISION [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 May 1829

SUPREME COURT   IMPORTANT DECISION   Saturday, April 25.--After several sentences had been passed on prisoners; convicted   in the present sittings, and some motions made of no import, Mr. Keith presented himself to be no of the Judges and after some   preliminary observations, moved the Court to grant an Habeas Corpus to bring up the body of one Peter Tyler, a prisoner of the Crown, on grounds contained in an affidavit whiwhich Mr. Keith said he had read to the Court. tbe preceding day, when he made a similar motion, but the decision on which had been delayed till to-day, the folliwing is a copy - In the Supreme Court,   New South Wales.     Edward Smith Hall of Sydney, in the Colony of New South Wales, Gentleman, Proprietor Editor and Publisher of The Sydney Monitor weekly Journal, maketh oath and saith, that about three years ago, one Peter Tyler, a prisoner of the Crown, was duly assigned ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

1' T-W-YAtT'S OLD* ESTABIIi'fED. - 1HEMA RETAIL WAREHOUSE, NO _ 6, IP itr STREET. UST imported by thb latest Arrivald, the Sfollowing CHOICE GOOD, viz. +00o Rich silk shawls, fashionable coloars, mi lS: 6d. each to 60s. 4,go Ditto imitation Cashmere ditto, 5s ,. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 4-4 square, 5s. each g?o Ditto, half-handkerchiefs, ts. Gd.each , Iso00 Gentlemens' coloured Spitalfield silk to for the pocket, from 3". 6d. J5~0 Ditto tlack ditto, 30, $4 and 36 'gsuare, from 4s. goo?0 ieces of ribbons, selling at half the sual price go0 Pieces of shoe ribbon, at los. per 36.yard piece go0 Pieces ditto binding, at Is. per 36 ird piece Ladies' lace caps. black and white lace v.ils ard scarfs rJrlings and cushion thread lace, igured :ti 4-4 and 8-4 wide Ladies' Leghorn and straw bonnets ..00 Pieces black and coloured queen's ttf, from 1s. per yard Blue, brown and olive second cloth, 7s. 6d. per yard Ditto, ditto, and black superfine ditto, 7-4 ride, 20s. per yard Ditto, ditto, and ditto ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

For the beneft of our worthy frleid Baiter, who -o often favours is wit correspondence, we will just quote a fiWts more. , QA,? OP A oov3MwNT 9n' rI. . Rex. y. B~ruBi.?x ' e ::" This was an . es-qo.Jlo qrimnaipaJlnfOrfaIQ, filed by His Majesty's Attorney..General iag.iit he defendant, charging him with havingf: fras!i' dalentlrfnegociated the sale of a certain 'sBtift? (bnU16 in the' office of the Lord Keeper '` I .Majesty'q Privy Seil, in o;ontravonti ,pQ*i ?j c:49b .Geo. III. , . . How different is: .Londonn. AMtorpemy .O ~ ,neral to a Sydney otse? 1 Had a tOc?verm tnsc place been sold in Sydnoyr and had1 .9 o iro, the Editors o ftbe public Journals publisbhd the fact; eapposing the seller to have:beS ,: Captain or a- Cotntmandimt. you would.'?L have witnessed an e~t-ocui ' flled sagAinst '' -'aptai? - "no I "ditors are the pt rop to. hunt dow~ ip New qt Warle ., t Iare topsy turry .hre,; in -law as Well w physics, We are at the moral Antispodi as well as' ittlc nntural. 'The seui...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

SSuAar STIPENDS 'W1 CVarATEI.-It iS as serted, that incumbenits oflivings, ofjenr ihi the titles for orders which they give.to young man entering the church;: afiix nominal sums as stipends,for the service to be performed. but, by ai secret understanding, pay nttling. What scoundrels !' We do hope the Bishops wtll be able to catch a" few of the offenders and ttounce'tlieom ievereljy. Surely a rector or vicar who can aeriously put his band and 'eal to a swintdling. falsehood, by whLich he declares that he assigns a stipend to a young Scutrate of which he pays not ouei farthlng, qPugh to be suspended iumediatel. I-'.-ime IMrw..icfM~fod.~ we tzwtne.cwe un pu;k 1*fer ha our ohlir uu, .es wl amea acopf'I tiei %efitk iamat,·, antd we uitcu outr v.wýiitry. l 4iie. h. we, the zpfeaswrc of .a pc

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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 — 9 May 1829

IsKpORANDUM lprg BTHE BN8PJfNOQ WNRK. IATioNS OF THROMEsER, &C. &C. FrAst(. I :" 'IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOtO"N AN 6 . 'IN THH BVEHING RESPECTIVELY. .i. 13rd Sunday after Easter. Hi? ter,g rat. p. 1.Mor,--3 ,.P . " High Water, 2 in the mqyn-28 in 'p.2 Aft. S let Quarter of Moon, 51 i. p, 5 Morn.. ; High Water,59i mnp S.Morn.-3 3i"p.:3 AftP It, ( High Water, 5 m- g. 4 Morn-36 'm..p..A . High Water,. 16 im. P. 5 Morn.r-43 i. p 5 0 : j High Wat~r, 1.2 ;. p. 6 Morn-46 n p. 6;4ft (I jiigh Water, 13 m. p. 7 n0rr.--6 p. p. 7 : . Sun riaes. 55 m. p. 6-s-oe 5 m.'p. 5 ATURDAY ......... 6680 68 W. Fair. UZDAY *.........;*. 6 76 67Do. Do: rdoQNHA .,..."...*.. 5917769 Do. Do.. ' T asoDA .... , ... 58 7989 N. E. Do. BDNsEsatr ...,.. 57 17?f 66 Do.. I)o. ?UuRADAIY ....... 56 79 i4 W. Do. . r awCr7 , . ,. 5 72 58 S E. Sho -ery.

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

_SMYD NEY MARKET AVEia E STERLING PRICES' OF THE Ii .. .MARKET . . Wheat per bsh. 0 10 9 Ducks.... ... 0 Maize,do..... . 63 Fowls, per pair 0 3 B!arley, do.... a0 5 3 Geese, do ..... IO ` " Potatoes cwt.. 0 9. 3 Turkies, do... 0A l.L # Butter, per lb. 0 2 0 IHay, per tom.. 10 0 Eggs, per des. 0. 2, 9.. Strawper load . 2 . STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.-Per 100. Ib.. i Dixon.................. 22s.. .1 . Cooper ...............*.. 22.. Is Barker ........... . . .e Darling. M..s........ " I 81 George Street Sydkey .New4 vSb' WN'ýt f DJ)LTDW,. PRINTED, A140 PrBLI'8UW,. BY THI PROPRIET'UI, EDWARD SMITAl. IA?

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

' What is a riler who:' substitutes his .owh will forlawv?----" A DzsPoT !.!"' -'Wlisatis a"Goverhnor 'whose own example cra-, cou~i4ags a disregard of thed laws elitrusted to hi6 care i."-'---.--" A TATo'a ir'"' " (Sjdnjey· ' Gazele.} - Taking th?iabove quotation "froin the Govern-. ment Gazette off'this day, for my.:text, I lhall, ieg, leave? nj yur columns,' to anIyse it, anid"to .~cfria i briefcoxnmenitary upon it. ". •.The. ?Co P ti:Ed itor, I am of opinion, when lie prnomulg te4 the" unqualified ' doctrine, was .Inot aware that -he ,.was publishing a libel of "a -grosser and more' seditious .complexion, titan. -either of Ahe alaeged libels exhibits. for which his .contemporary Journalists have been put' on their., trial. That he wrote it incoisidetately iand in nu vertantly, I verily believe ;, id he .nmay there-, fare plead, that ;Ele h." m.inlit annims" casit ot be even presumed.o 'That His Exccllency, (Go. vernor Darlingu, inflicted 'n extir?irdin.'ry pu n:ishr ei t qi ...t...

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