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

f NT R. E.< S it cr bs' 4th, 1827 orab CRETARY`_ ATE o ' the Coý.o$I s, has been pleased to make the fol :10owing 1p to in's athe Deý_atin?t of'tlie Sutrveyor Geniiral, vi. M +Ij: T. :L. rMWsaLL,, to be Deputy Surveyor Geaeral4 ad M d ' : 7':2." fr. ... ."- HALLEN, Mr. PHILLIP ELLIOT, ;Mr. PETER OGILVIE, Mr. Jouw Ai ?c~*r; and " . - . Mr. WILuPiA RoaI~N Govarr, to be ABslstant SurWeyrg. - ' .-. Hy His Excellency's Command. ; . .. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. S. C.1 MISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. Cammissriat of ice, Sydney, 13ih September, 1827. QALE.-On Thu'sday, the 27th Instant, at 11 o'Clkok SMr. Pritchett will Dispose of t~h~folowing ARTI i(iES;' ay Public A f 1ou, at the -Lower' Commissariat tdre%"?i Sydey,.viz about . '.. -,-?4 ' 9,500 Pounds tf -Salted Meat in- Caks7,.. 2,000 Pounds ~f aize ?eeningi; ; ;600 Pounds of Biscuit Dut:: : ? .. 4,000 Pounds of. Raisins;, 300 Bushels of Peas;. . ,4 ;,S Old Iron Hoops-t c. .; . . . 8 .G:ocery Chests; . ;. . ,,-/ S70o Lime Juice Cases?, with Bo...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

r ,•r l. .° e lei, o l~ cbe, n :aiw~ i h Uuilse:W Whin, icr. a'tzei I, stmmnetry, and.sitrength, stands unrivalled inthbe Cov lyny ?l?stn4 th;s$Sºus rt; a the ple;tacts and:on the days At k4?q -Prjaqe':,.Wester;i, Rod..;on.;Mondays.+ . .. "i1 . IJ,~i?nPs.Underood 's Half-1'way House, Tuesdnys.: lMr. J. Smiths Cross Keys. Paartramta'iaid . AMr. Hugh Kelly's, WVindsor iosio Wednesdays. SMr. rD. miatlwood's; Pitt Towrt. Thursdays. .. Mr. .cihniTown's Riu hindnd, 1'rldav " MiIr. Jdhn illri, ~4epean,. Saiurdai.. Termns=--T en Dollirs each Mare, and one Dillar to:t Groom. ' : . . YOUN•G HC'iOR.'...... F HIS celebrated&,Horse will stand 'dtring4the -8eaabti" I... nt the unilermenti'oned plaes :! l, '' M Mr. John PaItrie.k's, Cam pbettl.Town:: . Mr. Thoiinas Collogi siitlivc rptol .. M1lr. Samuel Blackiama's, Cobheriy Mr. Matthew Highllu!, Prdte ,' , Mr. Cull eghan'e Applyr ý.vrP i ; :. r'. . : Youngl Hectr iwas foranerlythe t efty to f 3 muiel Blaci1man, but now belongs to:l. r: '?...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

DEATH:   At Port Louis, Isle of France, MRS. BROTHERIDGE,     Wife of CAPTAIN BROTHERIDGE , 48th Regt. Mrs. R. was the daughter of the late COLONEL JOHNSON of     Annandale.        

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

u"wv"sYik'T.It m-r IW Two: men named Cook and Leary, desperate charac     ters,; T ?awiys 'front No. ? Iro.n , idnd four other prisboeirib waihing their trial :at the Quarter =Sessions, effcteddiheir edcape oat of -Windsor Gaol lately. 'They h&t*iebbt beeti retaken. , lus '`' rizrtdedt of .Police has we understand, f J?jahcited e professioniit d of H. M. Attor nit' ti? ?- in aedfendink hij~ imth' iactioti about .to be i iitutted agaItnst himbybthe Editor o the sydney Ga sele, iný the'dase l relative t'thRepdre•rs. 'Ts Office 'f lrhe 'arauaiatia Nevripaper was buigla riously enteredon. -4ttrd?,y, sqcrntght,,and a. c4nsider aile quantity of- weirng apparel, e. the property of persons cotif, etedd yi'th the Establii# et, was stolen therefrom. . Tnp sister , lcQby As cn omence4$he, manufacture of par?nintu, , wlib. is be.omeo qn.: .'clel of ,e~pprt to Sydney,, wheeX ..it is likely t ,meet with conpiderable success. , Abont:z.100 worth of the newy parchm...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 September 1827

DIARY OF A GAME PROPRIETOR; SATURDAY.-               Awakened soon after midnight, by an alarm of fire.   The incendiary writers of the letter, which had yester- day been left at my door, had, it appeared, been but too faithful to their word, by setting fire to serveral stacks of hay close to my mansion. The flames had com- municated to an outhouse, and it was not till after some time, and great exertion, that they were at length got under. Above one hundred pounds vanished in smoke! But the agitation of my wife and children affected me much more than such a pecuniary loss.   They seem to think, poor creatures, that not a night will pass without an attempt to burn us all. While engaged in extinguishing the flames, I had heard several shots fired on my estate, and despatched James, Thomas, well armed, to reconnoitre. James, ere   long, returned alone, covered with blood, and other   marks of an affray with poachers; and stated, that Thomas had b...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

DIAR1Y. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING; WEEK. SISUN rises 3 minutes after 6. , High Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Ev. - I[B I Sun sets 58 min. past 5. High Water, 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 min. past 7 Ev.: High Water, 41 min. past 7 Morn.-8 at Night. S Day increased 2 hours and 16 minutes. "[ High Water 30 min. past 8 Morn.-54 min. past 8 Nt. New Moon 36 min. past 1 Afternoon. St. Matthew. High Water 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 miui. past 9 Nt. I Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 6 min. 58 sec. before 12 mean time. SI {15th. Sunday after Trinity. S I High Water 10 in the Morn.-20 min. past 10 Nt, High Water, 35 inin. past 10 Morn.-48 min. past 10 Nt Day 12 hours 6 min. long; VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &Cs TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT "NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 54 70 66 Fine. TUESDAY ......... 64 70 64 Do. Clear WEDortabAi ..... 69 84 70 Very Warm THURSDAY ...... 52 68 64 Fine. FaRIDAY.......... 54 68 68 Do. SA...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

"Te C )ra1k y. tsoy erw` sa Letter ifs ýU5T R*Le t *i; ddfessed To Avuir . LIANISP -seplatsg of the fnauffient granta of land made to the TYouikA of the Colony, busre must. first favour uswroith is esse and rldessce f r our own private satifaction, otherwoirse we may beop.aqkgis Letters written by Prisoners of the Crown, contalniug sen euths wdhich may not belong to the Austraian Youth.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1827.English News, by the Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

S THE I ITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1827. English News, by the Cambridge. The following extracts are made from the Dublin Free man's Journal, of 23rd May. TaE Sunday Papers have arrived. We make the following extracts from the Observer. "The Gazette of Friday night contains the coup de grace of the Opposition, and sets at 'rest the slight re maining doubt as to Mr. Canning's being able to comn plete his Cabinet arrangements. The Aministration is now formed in all its departments, the few vacant places having been filled. In order to throw the full weight of the Whig interest into the scale of Govern ment, the Marquis of Lansdown has accepted a seat in the Cabinet, even without taking office. It is arranged that he is finally to supersede Mr. S. Bourne, as Secre tary of State, for the Home Department ; and Mr. Spring Rice is to be the Deputy. The veteran-leader of the Whigs in the House of Commons (Mr. Tierney), has accepted the office of Master of the Mint, which thoroughl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

RV HOUAND hard co"mW commTi deliver ing October next, for which Tenders are requestd -tobe left at my Office, on Saturday the 8th natiat. - The'Tenders to express the price per Thousand, if deliveted at the Kilns, or at my ,residence, and all soft Bricks to be rejected. Size of the Bricks required, full 9 inches by-4~ inche="' ? ROB. CKAtM.PBELL. Cai pbell's Wharf - Sept. 1st 182. J AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. A T a General Meeting 'of the Agricultural'and Horticul.. jcjtural Society, held at Parramatta, on the 14th of June, it was Resolved-That in future the Agricultural Society meet only twice a year at Parramatta, viz. on the first Thursday of the Months of March and October, or the days on which the Parramatta Fairs are held, on which occasions the half-yearly competition of Stock shall take place, the first, of Horned Cattle, in the Month of March, and the other, of Horses and Sheep, in the Month of October; the Special Meetings of the Society to be held in Sy...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

MARRIED.-This morning at St. James's Church,   by Special License, by the Rev. S. Marsden, Robert Robinson, Esq. Captain in the Royal New South Wales Veteran Corps, and late of H. M. 4th Queen's own Re— giment of Light Dragoons, to Sibella, second daughter of the Honourable John Stephen, Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

Shipping Intelligence       Arrivals.-Yesterday, the Barque'Leda, Capt. J. Northwood, 'from the Cape of Good Hope August 1st, (making her passage in 50 days.) Passenger-Joseph Hodgson, Esq. Lading-,Tobacco, Wines, and Sugar.         Departures.-On Tuesday, the Govt. Brig, Governor Psll4ps fog'., ; Newcastle. Passengers-Lieut. Sweeny, 1 Sergeant and 43. Rank and File of the Royal Veterans; also 23 women, 26 childreni, &iid . 7. prisoners. . Projected Departures.-The Schooner Herald for the Bay or; Islands, this day; the Prince of Denmark for Hobart Towun to- morrow; the Resolution for Port Dalrymple; the Baimuel on a. " Speculating Voyage, and Lang for Hobart Town on the 22nd; the Governor Ready and Minerva for the Isle of France on the 25ty l and Triton for Batavia on the 1st of October. - * REMAIN IN HARBOUR tith H. M. S. Pandora-Hervey, EIza- . beth, (Capt. Athernden) Elizabeth, (Cap...

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Additions to the Ministry—Position of the Reformers in Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

t Additions to the Ministry-Position of the Reformers in I Parliament. (FROM TIrE. EXAMINBa.)--The Canning Administra tion has been joined by five other memibers of the Whig party. The Ministry unquestionably acquires strength by this junction, particularly by the accession of Tierney, whose talents as a debater, are of the highest order, and whose powers of ridicule and scarcasm will have pecu. liar scope against the Lethbridges and Dawsons of the. new Opposition-a set of dunderheads who cannot in deed be effectually combated with heavier arms, being covered by the seven-fold shield of ignorant selfishness. IN truth, a more disgraceful, and, at the same time, more contemptible Opposition, was never known in Parliament. Without a single man of talent among them, (for Mr. Peel is nervousiy anxious not to be con sidered one of the set)they, can do nothing but repeat, one after the other, three times a week, that they have no confidence in the Government, and that they are not " a fact...

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TO MR. FREDERICK ROBINSON. CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER. (Continued from Page 632.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

. gg gg( 'AEflg t OBINSON.' (gmltieA frgo POP Q2.). They discovered (.sleat e.iW. tlat there could be do wat d reffaon ia auch a Parliamet.. It was all that wad good, al that was great and wise; and, in short to sa 4t was'"he contrqry, was deemed a species of bl ap'yn. ';ip country, tbhy said, had been. distressed and, epressed, to heb sure, but it. wa9 no'p efectually 'es-. cuid reAtall its dangers, and that those, therefore, were Po.s r c?i?uniiators, who hadc repreeehted. this Parl ip?? as iatit~gb reform, aid. as being unable to m gaeýl I4 FPIt9 y hapm, aid great, and secure. oo, Sir. did ni6t Ail to ive 'wbhatever weight you posseiseds t there dbetrines of lr. Brou'gham's best pub4q `t ruqt9y . You, in a set speech, in the Month of ]b sirupy.. 18t4,_ umge, ae~oaoding to the reports in the. newspapera, the. following .words, which I have already three times inserted in the Register. -I now insert tbhe'"agai; I uit ithink it is likely oto beu nne cess ry.toinsert them any more. T...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. ' THis day's Market was scantily attended by .dealers;l buyers were shy, and the, samples, of wheat shewn, were ex e`didgly' limited. , There. is but little variation in prices. Cattle; of, which there were about 20 head, sold reasonable;' Milch Cows withtheir ' Calves did not value more than £7 each. A good deal ofbusiness has been. done lately. between the Slaughterers .nd Graalers. Hi: . is rather scarce. The rain has cheapened Dairy produce a little. Flour remains at old prices. Average price of Wheat from 4i..6d. to 0.iOd. per Bushl.-. ' Maize 6s. 3d. to 6s. (d.-Barley 7s. Od.--Fne Flour, 14:. sterling per 100 lbs.--Secon4 do.. .12-.-Bread 4d..to Ad. per Loaf.-Beef, (by t0e Corcase) 3d, peir lb. (by the Joint) 6d. per lb,.--Mtton 4id, -t7d.-Pork 5d.-8d..-Butter 2#. 3d. to '3, 0d. per lb.-Cheese Is.. 3d--Eggs Is. 3d. to Is, 6d. per doz.-Fowls 3s. to' 3Si. 6d. per couple.--Ducks 4s. Od. to 5e. Od.--Geese 10,. 6d. to 13.--Turkies 12.. to 14s.-Potatoes 7s. J6d. ' to...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

.ºa m . There' raianany v hersobsn This com i Ob??P'f Who wiua bl'towhsh\tl ' h t." 1s" bd heg rt~Pli td ntit ands .the risk of losing valuable tinq, YY v g ports which may present ng??o?~ g t i t? ? l?ef perusal. - For the guidance of tiese indivitdals. w xanqy s u egýv et g ruke, wlbGi Wvill we think seldqui WuEa the reader sees -a long debate in the p q%. pers, let him turn to the names at thte,": t q$i -? e speeches, and if he observes that they arp, pW;?pUy those of4 gg a pi e*pgqA.4., q e 1ppoa ir d such as]roug am,, tierney,* ac??Qb, &c . he: mi?ay safely conclude that the subject .4iacussed was, one of? no kind of concern to the .ommunity, or at least tiat ift involved'nuo point of immediate advanttege o6' ?P b: or of that vulgar utillity whicliitis ?'eaedbiene tl parts of our great Parliamentary leaders i' pro opj e?, H iý ýe R ¶ i eJi t t : ppppjte of tJ e fitrt. When the reader ses a pebb,.Y,."phe jpers, and oi s Rea tl, tie spapler. re. un y no iiieans eminent f9...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

MARQUIS OF LON?oNDEARY.-(Ir'om a Correspondent.) An ominous name this-more so if it were Castlereagh -Ireland can never forget who the latter was-and her attention is now humourously called to the former. This Noble Marquis is at his wits' end-he is very crass and peevish: and is moreover, as it now appears, a personal combatant of Mr. Canning. Accordingly, every week this gallant Officer (for the public do not know that he is a soldier) fires a random shot at the first Lord of the Treasury--but, as might naturally be ex pected, without any success whatever-though an Irish man. This Marquis is a member of the House of Lords; what other house he should be an inmate of, it 'is needless to say-but he does as well in one situation as in another ; and whether 'camnpaigning, as in 1814, about Leipsic, and getting other men to write his despatches; or negociating at Vienna, and teaching the German coachmen diplomacy and boxing-whether he act the part of a General, or an Ambassador, or a Se...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

Hoos. OF LORDS, TU.EJDAY, IMARCH 2'T,--TEE UM BRELLA CASE.-A Myr. Johnl Bell was called to the bar;, for committing an alleged, breach of thetr Lordships' privileges. i.p haying.servesl a legal. process on one of the toor-keepers. of the House, with whom he had left an umbrella, which, somehow or other had been lost.-. Strapger,er e ordered to withdraw on. this" momentous 9ccasion ; but it was understood that Mr. John Bell was allowed to go free,, qon making a suitable apology, to their Lordships for his conduct SoMwE petitinsr were presented respecting Irish Ves-. tjies and the burthens caused by the costly Irish Chureh Establishment, when Lord Holland said.a. few wor4ds upon this subject and upon . the probable consequene . of the rejection of the. Catholic Claims ; as did Lords I ongford and I)elwore. GRANT TO, TJlE DUEE OF CLARENCE,-Earl Bathurst moved.the ~ econd reading, of an Actlto grant farther provision to the Duke and Duchess of Clarence, LORD KING stated, that the noble ...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER, CHAT. BURNING CLIrFF--(Frorm a Correspondent of the Dorset County Chrounicle.)-Sir---ince my last' letter the fire at Ringstead continued burning with in; creased -energy, till' two -lads, with the intention of enlarging it,- dug -up some portion of the earth, which falling i*to the fissures, extinguished the fltme, which was before- visible at. some miles distatice. The' spot Sabounds' with, a. dark grey-coloured "stone, which the neighbours have been in the .habit-of burning in con junction with wood, It:becoming then-capable of .sup porting.-combustion, possessing afterwards niuci' the .appearance of :slaty coal. During its. combustion. it- emits ' aniitolerable- effluviumn; to, assimilkte which to' ourt ideas.of fragrancy, would nonplus the ingenious' argument- of Smollet , in his curions essay-on stench, -in. Humphirey- .Clinker. This stone; or coal is a com position-of ?illtamina, or clay, carbon, hydrogen, sulphur, with. smadll portions- of lime and iron. Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

'If': ,IS tel ,im t ,da b' ...'s. e ` - ,sym metiat ths"b s, ihA . tt9i-i led tI lony, Will sttid this:Se,?on at ti"k Ilaas sa'if d ??t**da specified below -Vii? - .' . . At rMr ;1hahe?'00 Weskith Rdad dl' 1furidayk.' . Mr 3lJkTtedOl?ttw oi ' Hfdi -W`iy. Hid , TiIrsd4'yg.'• Mir. J. Smiths Cross. Keys Parramatta and' MlY':` Fldr I teff ~s,"'Wiifdsf'r Rbstt, WtiidiVstl fic s Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thlr ididys: Mr. John Town's Richmonid, Priday.: Mr. John 1iarri i Ne can, Sattirdayvs Terms-Ter Do?t? i eacliM',iie arid. ohfi~-1at to'the Groom. YOUNG, HECTOR..,h : : T HIS celebrated :HIpe.':will stahd'dur ing the Sekslbn' a' lthe urndermiientioned pltcdsf-:'vfs - ."~ M r John Patrick's, campbelL, Towvn. : ,: 'f~r'io? oas Colloglban!', .Liverpodl, , . ir., Samuel Blacksnan's, Cbherty; M'. latthbew Highland's;, Prospect:. Mr. Callaghan's, Appinv :,.,J I.:; . . Young Hector was forpSely: tlle-property; df-?f?Sata muel BIaokmtnn, -'nt now belong&s ta +lMr. :C?clugbhhnzn He wa...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 September 1827

DoQ1maTIC INTELLIGENCE. N.wcAsrLE,. Sept. 11 th.--Since writing my last, very few occurrences deserving notice have transpired. On' the 18th instant, albushranger (ahabsentee from the serr vice of Mi.' John Blaxland)~ was captured by a Mr. Binder,, a settler~ and his men, somewhere on the banks of the Hunter : In their progress, however, in convey ing their prisoner to a place of security, he found means to possess himself of an axe whicl lay at the, door ofT some house in their route, When turning~ upon his Cap tors, he threatened instant death to the Iirst who should offer to intercept his escape ;' ai)d suiting the action, to the word, he immediately attacked one of Mr. Binder's men, who had a' loaded piece in his hand; ;upon which Mr. Binder, seeing the Bushranger evidently determined to effect his purpose, and his Servant in the most immi nent peril of his life, ordered the servant to fire,; which he did, and the'whole contents entering the -ill-fated man's body, at and about t...

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