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

Ke ta' isfd rni ur.r au5scribers bo6ta in awr and A -A . a' - t e ta- ; esidas up the .couentry, and to our nes-catrie Crrgards our frisiWd. ink Towr a valid delivery thes its law respectively ; tAe oae as if pu?§t oahe"i ou'r an a bds. Subiaribe s who d&,idt receive. Aat papers regularlyare. requested to complain ti - y letter p (post -paid). .ad, as far.as we cao, wt,: . 11 /edy the' .et . (t wg will vot be answerlabi., ,Ib the delivery of our /ouirial sin a pore efft u al eethan ts set faith. This it the conditioe.n p4ihidk iut sell our Joirnal, anlof swhich die herebji est abut Subicribers to *t(ze notire. ;.i b ' ra ,?agtioned to pay no money, nor make?, et ofn account of t?g Proprietor of . thini Stal,'it6ut dinidandi a P! NTD receipt. ad by i ii in i s : hiwOn proper hand writing., tpacid on A?fs&c it without such :receipt,'wiUL 4 w yt pdgoven rq't: fgr nor achnowledaged in any, -irc s f~ l this Journal on resigning it, wilj. !aae? tjo pay or t.he rcniainder o...

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

SWe cautloued4~u*O trespass 1 , a- - .. . .. ". . I , CHARLES PALMER. t . ii mond, Apr! 2 ;-8 9 . . . , CHINA -GOODS, SEX CUMBERLAND, -i;i:,. SALE AT No. 10, GEORGE ST REE. - . "- -. Elegant China ware Fine table'rice in jari 'reserved ginger Floor matting ECmphor wood-trunks Book cases and chests of dia' er. Black silk handkerchiefs Sewmg silk? ,grass silk hnudkerc©iefs White and yellow Nankeens Sperm candles' D:ried ginger ?:, Negrohead tobaceq: . -it PltfAN, •j la: y 1, 182. . . PIfliAN, NOTICE.'.t Ik . IHENE RY, of the '.Free-mason Arml, York-street, begs to inform I,,ifriends and the publig, tbat being solely aagaged'in the public line,' he has disposed d.hi. stock in 'Trade of Groceries, &C. to XMr. John Glynn, who has opened a sh!op sear to him; and Mir. Henry trusts, his late eactomers for tea, sugar, butter, cheese, soap, candles, tobacco, &c.. &c &c. will now eatronize Mr.' Glyrn,' who Will be enabled to satt on aslow terms as himself. HALL,...

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NEWS BY THE PRINCESS ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

iEWS BYvE Th2 ROwAzs i Uo a, On giyng to p.r.. .w rec de.. --orae p in`r, but none later than the 30th Dee. A man has.. kFbe con victed in. Edinburgh' of the rnzrC2 r of an old,o d,an rhoi he strangled on , purpose to c?ll to the a-ir tomists ;when dead! Thb pprover swore to lvi?i? had a hand in some dozen otranglinsa of the iano kind ! In short, the :murdc-rer. hi'pt a cotz.of ;sWpi to carry on the trade in, nud strangere wiere der:coyp into it, and then put out of the way.. ro accoun,:t the -ing bring ill in thid ppper; is mentidnid 'in. the azette of .thin mornuitg." "'Hia: I.ajcty a il ill iht e~the ?aidd2&.o December,.but hp7piay rectervir. d r readere wlm have ohberved the last;as monthozhe so periori~t of our E nglin h ielngijz e, i ?* v- ? · ?n r (.Do 4omit ' Ca.pitain ilaon, our oew E enined h a er We perceivce tihae t * th od C loi; and reopae-thblc E ch er of ...h , . :r , , iso once more dev ia? ? ::-ii;sef o h· r htt weCo uoiidet rte uEt I ?ha no??u ble oF rii 1...

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

Bank of New South Wales.-W- e are hioi to find, that the old Bark, foulnded by- th t people's Governor; the worthy General kite. quarie, has Ipaid off the sum it borrowed of the Government, with interest for the same ae &8pcr cent.- The Bank now owes little ; thi?t. is, it has so few notes out, that it venturej last Monday to discount between two anf? three thousand pounds, besides persevering in its leniency to the persons whose over-due': bills are still unpaid to a very amouht. The next dividvnd, we are informed, will be?: nearly as large as the last ; in short, the affairs of the people's Bank are not only in the safestl, but also in the most prosperous state, Wi imagine, that the Bank htving paid the Go.? .vernment in so short a time the paltry .:nu i it borrowed of the Commissary, General4 Darling cannot with any delicacy persevere in his proposal (however anxious he may. be.: to destroy this. Bank) to shut it up on thy' last day of this year, seeing it is in the, grea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

ON THURSDAY last, at half past one o'clock, to the great grief of her husband and a numerous circle of friends, Mrs. Hill, wife of Mr. Arthur Hill, of the Rose and Crown Tavern in Castlereagh-street. Mrs. Hill suffered five weeks illness, the latter part of which was extremely painful., Mrs.   Hill was a person of singular activity. The whole care of the Tavern (formerly kept in King-street) fell upon her; and   her business at that time, was the first in the country.. Mr. Hill's being lat- terly deprived of his license, and the di- lapidations of the servants, coupled as they were with Mrs. H's. unceasing ac- tivity night and day, at length preyed on her spirits, and laid her on a bed of sickness. That which intense attention to the gentlemen and the public who fa- voured her house with their patronage could not effect, a sense of unmerited rigour in being deprived of the license to her Tavern, accomplished. Her disease was complicated; but what finally te...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 9, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

THf MXONITOR. SATiURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 9, X129. , " -A number of prisoners who had been in con dinement for a considerable perio4 of time, some of them so long back as September last, but goinst whomn no informatione. hod been filed,.. iere dischargeitby oirde'edf the Judges, on Sa-. .urday last, previous to the rising of the Court. 'No blame, however, was attached to the Attorney General, as the depositions in the cases referred to were never forwarded to him from the dif-. ferent benches by whom the prisoners were coqm witted. The Attorney General invariably maui. feato the utmoest desire to promote the ends of justice, and is unwilling. that parties shboili be' discharged when a, prima f4cik. ca e appears ?gainqt them ;but the J.udgcs stated, that tkey also had a duty to perform, and were bound to deliver the gaol." .. ThI!tsis an etrtract from Tuesday sennight's sazetle, and we consider it a specimen of tho.' illgence, capacity for business, legal powpledge, and humanity, of our...

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

W .iSON begs to ep.tur rtelke o .f pswvon .ad and ego to Inform his . d t publie, that-,e a as rekeived i 5iip$u~ry, a feesi b huppply 'af GOODS' A0ZInlstai o 6f asstiolowejVi$ rn , . ,.º,1:1I t .stian bairs, &n. Wh evesy .description of S shoe grindery. . BRUSH WARE. SiLr brooms with handles 'Shoe brushes tutbing "brashesr;' iltt Paint ditto Sspiare clamps •Ground ditto "Horbe ditto . Duters ,Water ditto sash tool. zutring ditto. Spoke ditto ister dittO ' Plaisterers' ditto 'IAdp t. -dor Camel' hair pencils. -auraitue ditto - COOPER 'ITOOLS IN SETS. .canto iing adze, axe, GS hand saws, bung " 4itto, 'inside and outside spoke shaves, round ditto, rivetting haumner, broad draw S`inag knife, jiggers, shop knife, iron driver, i?r.hand ehissdel, csmnall and large punch, bicB ering ditto , fagging iron, cruze, dou b~?e jointed planes, topping ditto, bung ..: ,atager, compass, pincers, taper auger, and ,bung borer, handled vice, braes,' 12 bits, :iad: pad rule, aod half round rasp...

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COURT OF EXCHEQUER. Friday. EXTENTS IN AID. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

*(a",9[ 4r? EXC(IHE ER. Fiidiay. EXTENTS IN kiD. The King v. Maunde, Austen, and Til :on,-.--Mr. Shepherd moved, that a writ of e ?xsent. in aid might issue against the defend ,ante, bearing the same Leste as on a former .writ issued against them in 1S16. The aju ; hltcation was .made on behalf. of one of the :ueratjis of the defendants,. ,:.f'rQm the state ieunti& the learned Counsel it appeared, ibhat in 1816 an extent issued against H. T kusten, &.Henry Maunde (as we understood ''the name). and James Tit'on, for the sum .,?t £0,ooo0. The Crown seized' thirteen . thousand pounds under that writ, and, at ,-the end of two. years, called, on the sureties of the defendants for the remaining £9,000 .An order was then made on the )7th of April, 1818, that the' personal representa tive of the sureties should stand in the place of the crown,. and, by virtue of that order they were enAbled to collect .4,000%.from d"'-1he defendants, leaving ~l£5,000 still due .and unjiaid.....

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

Shipping Intelligence.     Arrivals--On Wednesday, the Tigress from Hobart Town, cargo -- wheat and wool. On Thursday, the: Lord Melville from London, with 170 male convicts,   Dr. Rutherford R. N. Surgeon Superintendent. Pas- sengers, Mr. M'Leay, son to our Col. Sec. The Resource from London, gen. cargo. Same day. the Currency Lass from Launceston, with wheat and potatoes. On Friday, the Swiftsure from London, via Hobart Town; general cargo. This day, the Princess Royal from London, with female convicts. Departures -- On Wednesday, the Lord Livelrpool for Newcastle, with' 57. prisoners. Oh Thursday, the Isabella for Moreton Bay,. with stores and provisions. Passengers, Dr. J. Bowman, Mr. Cunningham, Mr H. Cowper, and Master Roberts. Same day, the Lang for London, with Colonial produce. Passengers Mrs Lusk and family, and Mr. Tawell.       Projecled -Departures-The Henry and ResolutieoR - for Launceston, t...

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LIBELS EX-OFFICIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

.3IBBLS- XZ-0'OFIOcIO.: 'T looking over a Bengal Hurkaru of the S5th l'las.t December,, 'we find a report 'of a trhilfof two English residents, on an informa tion, for.a conspiracy, made. by them against a, irativoof rank, filed 'ex-oflicio by. the Advo cate-General of India. The reasons given by the Advocate General for this exercise of .power, go in' the strohigeot manner (by in= f rential deduction)' to coindcmn the late ei ereise of the saime prerogative by our 4t torney General. The protection' of the character ofa foreigner, a native of India, an alien; was the humane and patriotic motiye alleged for his conduct, by the Advocate ge iieril of Calcutta'; net to enable a civil or nilit?i'ry oficer' to puhish an editor for ex posing cert~iu public gets, which were alleged toa have been done by ;that officer as a publii man, . Tro enable -our readers, however, to judge of th'e very, different principles which seem to. govern' the Attorney. General 'of New Sdutli Wales, and the 'Adv...

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

y t' eRneour5e ar bac teceived papers to'tih .9 i o2 Doe. icltusive, hAAch is six days Thterf'-its& the dat,+ of, thoze obt7cined by fhe Uie l&sJ. Thot?iilf otriking seems to us to.have oceur;zd iA n -the intethish Great joy was expreoped by tlam population ,oof d stantinople, at the reretreat of t?he 'REd:ino ; new :a vigorous measurbs for te (ifence of Uie holy natioai,' ha the.'iurt o call tbhemec,?mc s e matel7 ng 2yC.:1 bloody.but energetc Sultan. - Top czdent ofA ai? - rica hno.publibed hia usual .enith nd e posZ=. AI sinplicity of this doiument--ib patriatcha ch?a k ---its plain. matter-of-fact utemenN6, and raOaaniig.,-, combining ct once the -iracical -~i.;- of eho ma~,zt business, with thee marchcceAf 0 ober b:Lu '<pro4l4fo SphilooZphy, .hew-, what a young and poor people, pcattercd over a toeritory mnorb cz etenivc ted ia $ 1 Euripe, can accornplih.a. Tne refcto and 'sayings bf the Republic of the Unted SUnait -its toouL C-d4s simplicity- A ,ays...

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

t on '. equenceof a , great nulm .d :. of or . Sub riber s requestnig .. : lJ+??," ' "+,, • ' . .. .. "-. + "-' ,to go back to, Saturday eveni . " a1r day of pubhlicatioz , we h.&ae iceeded to their .wish - ?Or Advertising Friends are. re iiested to do its the favo?'i of send :!rgs their Saaturday' Advertise2 Seaint+s a soon after 9 o'clock as pos Sible,; otherwise our publishing. will so. lte ei the eveniing s t'gyie erae dissatisfaction , y staea; all, the .old advertisemenis .ah4 - •cr e teo hatae beepn put-out ofr this.number, `iavc' been- insertced. The owners will not be Sar ged "tot. their inertidn this number !bissn a8 O3r PtVrC, S ?vN' M," 8EI,.i S IiSONS desirous of supplying,, until ij' the 24th. December nent, suuch quianiit. Sof .®provision and forage, as may be w?P?d fur the iMouonted Police, stationed 'C~pbaeill Town.; and also of bread, for. ; i?nrieouero confined in the gaol and lock. S.ouse, nt the same place, are requested. arr ?nit their offers in writing...

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LATEST ENGLISH. Ireland, Caused of the misery of. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

Ireland. Causes of the misery of.   (The following is the leading article of The Morning Chronicle of the 31st October, &c. It reveals some of the causes of the evils which aflict Ireland, and suggests some remedies; Which is the great thing. We are glad to find Dr. Black acknowledging what Cobbett   has been affirming for the last seven years, viz. that Catholic Emancipation cannot bene- fit the people of Ireland. It is doubtless an act of justice to the Aristocracy of Ireland. But who are the Asistocacy of that ill-fated   country? They are described below, as the   most avaricious and merciless in the whole world. Cobbett affirms, and by powerful   arguments too, that Emancipation will add to the power and malignity of this vile Aris- tocracy ; for although, now, the Irish Catholic nobility and gentry court the forty-shilling freeholders, and the poor people generally, to assist in procuring for them Emancip...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   We are happy to learn, that Mr. Raymond in- tends to bring the Country post-masters under his surveillance, with respect to the delivery of the letters and the newspapers. We give Mr. Ray- mond every credit for his attempt at so-needed a reform; and that he may persevere we apprise   him, that he will be sure to receive a good deal of opposition from the Country Post-masters, on the ground, that they are not paid for the extra trouble Mr. R's improvements will necessarily lay upon them. But to this plea Mr. R. must pay no attention. They have undertaken a certain duty, and it was not part of the contract that they should not do all their duty. If their emoluments are too small, let them resign. Others must be had to take their office. If not, (which we think very likely, for the pay of the country post masters is certainly most miserable) why then Govern- ment must apportion a part of the revenue to pay this class of officers better...

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WE NOW QUOTE AN ENGLISH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 May 1829

WE NOW QUOTE'd 4h NGLJSI MASB. "'Rra ;, v. waities and ohAr .--Sir "James Scarlett showed cause against a rule wbich hair been obtained by the Solicitor-General, calling. on the defendants to show cause,'vhy a criminal information should notb e filed against them, for a libel published in 'I/e a~orning Flerald news paper, on Don RIocafuerte, Minister and Charge d'Affaires of the United States of Mexico to his Britannic Majesty George IV, This rule hehad good grounds to believe, would be discharged, when all the circurtistances came .to. be consi dered. It was well known, that the people of this country. sympathised strongly with. the .South American States during their struggle bor i ndR petidence, and had.i very' liberally assisted themin and he wished that they in return had dealt more fairly and justly thian they had done with the people of this country, who had assisted them 'io readily- and liberally.' Bit it was notorious that this was very far from being the case; and eve'y o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

BankA of New South 'ales..-We are happ y to find,,that the old Bank, foui,dd by .tt4h people's Governor, the. worthy General Mac-"' quarie, has, paid ot 'the sum it borrowed of the Government, wuith interesl for tlAhe eameia ' pcr.cent... The Bank now owes little; btha is, it has so few notes out, that it veuOitiu6tp last Monday .to discount. between two ani. three thousand pounds; bdeides persevevrin,? in, its leniency to the persons whose over.d4ou bills are still unpaid to a very , amount. The next-dividend, we are inf rrmed, will bT nearly as large as the last ; in short, the affairs of tie people's BDank are hot only in the saoftes, but also in. the most prosperous slate. 1 imaglne,.that' the Ban k hiving paid the' oi : vernment .in.so short a time the palttry hid it borrowed of the Cbmmissary, G?per?j Darling cannot with any delicaey perseve?s'i in his proposal (however anxious he tniay' b to destroy this Bank). to shot it up on lih. Itat day of this year. seeing it*a in .tie....

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LATEST ENGLISH. Ireland, Causes of the misery of. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

LATEST EN GLIR.. frAland, Caue, of *Ae mi.try of (,lie following is the leading article of The Ilra*ing Chronicleof the 31st October, &c. It y'reeals some of the causes of the evils which .alict Ireland, and suggests some remedies; "which is the great thing. We are glad to tfid Dr. Black acknowledging what Cobbett hbe been affirming for the last seven yeors, via. that Catholic Emancipation cannot bene fit the people of Ireland. It is doubtless an "st.of justice to the Aristocracy of Ireland. .! zt who are the Aristocacy of that ill-fated cotntry T They are described below, as the iibat avaricious and merciless in the whole 'world ! Cobbett aflirms, and by powerful ar?,vmente too, that Emancipation will add to the power and malignity of this vile Aris tacracy; for although, €ow, the Irish Catholic -no?bility and gentry court the forty-shilling ,I'eholders, and tho poor peoplo generally, to 'gj?sist in procuring for thorn Lmancipation ; when they have obtained it, they will, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

JRs bg to nfiformT our Subscribers both in etown and ,. . nary, tkey meat consider the delivery of their News S..papers by us to tho Post-mnaster in Sydney as regards i. fr?nt? ds up the country, and to our news-carrier ? ru-egards our friends in Town, a valid delivery go them in law respectively ; the some as if put "" io their own hands. .Subscribers who do not receive 4hir papers regularly, are reu?ested to complain to S by letter (post-paid) and, as far as we can, we r'? ?medy the evil. Ilut we will not be answerable .:j kAe delivery of our Journal in a more erfectual Smanner, than thus set forth. This is the conditios .: which we sell our Journal, and of which we hreby egquest allour SUbscribers to take natice. •As public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make .ao settlement on account of the Proprietor of tAhi aoursal, witlchut demanding a PI i?'rED receipt. ''rignrd by hi?s in his own proper /antd writing. S?a M ey paid on his accoupt wit4ouat such receipt, well .io be. give...

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COURT OF EXCHEQUER. Friday. EXTENTS IN AID. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

S COUT OF EXCHEQUER. Frida. EXTENTS IN AID. T*heI King v. Maunde, Austen, and Til ' mn,-'.Mr Shepherd moved, that a writ of ..xtent in aid might issue against the defend \fa, bearing the same teste as on a former ',4WEit issue~ against them in IS16. The ap Slication was made on behalf of one of the Sureties of the defendants. From the state anent of the learned Counsel it appeared, that in 1816 an extent issued against H. T ' ºusten, & Henry Maunde (as we understood :,the name). and James Tilson, for the sum oef £E0,000. The Crown seized thirteen . housand pounds under that writ, and, at Sthe end of two years, called on the sureties ,d the defendants for the remaining £9,000 a? order was then made on the 17th of April, 1818, that the personal representa. ,Ive of the sureties should stand in the place of the Crown, and, by virtue of that order they were enabled to collect £4,000 from ,:i e defendants, leaving. £5,000 still due .tnd unpaid. It was lately discovered, that one o...

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WE NOW QUOTE AN ENGLISH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

WE NOW QUOTB dA ENGLISH C4SE.. " Res v. Thwaites and others.--Sir James Scarlett showed cause against a rule which had been obtained by the Solicitor-General, calling on the defendants to show cause, why a criminal informa'tion should not bc filed against themr, for a libel published in The Morning Herald news. paper, on Don Rocafuerte, Minister and Charge d'Affaires of the United States of Mexico to "hia Britannic Majesty George IV. This rule he had good grounds to believe, would be discharged, when all the circumstances' came to be consi dered. It was well known, that the people of this country sympathised strongly with the South American States during their struggle for,'inde.; pendence, and had very liberally assisted them; and he wished that they in return had dealt `more fairly and justly than they had 'done with the people of this country, who had assisted' thein so readily and liberally. But it was notorious that this was very far from being the case ; and every one was awar...

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