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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

q telebrated Cl` te(%ach Horse, who;, for. size Isymmetry, and strength, stands unrivlled!intlieC-i lony, will stand this BScason .at' tlheI ~Fd ddiitld' '' At Mr. Deane's, We: ern Road ,on Mondays.. M#. iinde6 Utideit & otd's If'3trCta5 d Tied iys. Mr. J. Smiths ross KX'y' FPariaiiatta and Mr. ITgh I eel's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms-Ten Dollars eachi Mhre, and ofne' o61lar to the Groom.- YOUNG HECTOR.' . TIH1iS celebrated: Rore wiil'statid' dititu -e• Seasdti . at the underveptio'ied plaees - viz. Mr. John Patrick's, Campbell Town. . • .' Mr. Thon~is, Colloghan's, Livetpoohk." r."M Malthe?i'Hiighlatnd's, Prospedt . i . < . , Young Hector vis formerly the pro tIty ' 6 r ' muel Blackman, nt, now belongs tot ?1~:. Co He was. got. by tit w?ll-kn o B .I orse " out of a thorodi h bred B ood Mi 01 Blaxland's. 'er 4 . s:curk encdy e lti'Mare. 'SLIGO.-Thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

rlu-lE Subscribers to .the Chamnbr of .Comzperc age in :formed,that *the Morning: Ohronicle and IE?glishgianr Newspapers, together with Lloyd'sList and the Trade List; arenow regularly received from London, and that the Chaim ber is admitted as a i Subscriber to Lloyd's Register Book,.a copy of which, for the present year, has just been received by the Denmark Hill.. A. B. SPARK, Hon. Sec . I Y THE LION, and on Sale, at C. Wilson's 21, George Street, Sydney. .White lead , Linseed Oil: . Spirits of Turpentine Window~ Glass 10-810-12 12-14- and: 16-20 Wine Gtasses, Tumblers' and Decanters • 'WVitney Blankets "10-4 1 1-4 and 1'-4 Counterpanes' Canvas: ' Osnaburghs . .Blue- cloth Jackets and Trowsers .. 'Duck Frocks and Trowsers 'Red baise Shirts'afid cottondo. Together 'with the usual assoritment of shop goods. LANDED FROM 'IHE. HARVEY, A LARGE Investment ofBritish Manufactures, which L are for Sale at the Stores of Mr. S. Lord, Macqua rie Place. ' ,,.. W4 .. DAWES. Spt..4. 817 . "NTO ...

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Rural Ride. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

4u.ral Ride. Fro!4 2urghclerelto: L/dhurst, in -the New .For est. : . URTSanoRNZ TaNTr, (commonly called Uphue - ban,) Wednesday, lth. Gctoberi,-When quarters: are. good you are apt to lurk iththem;' but, really it waseso_ wet, that we could not get away from Burghcle'e 'til' Monday evening. Being here, there were many reasons for our going to the great fair at Weyhill, which began yesterday, and, indeed, the day before, at Apples shaw. I Tbese. two days are-allotted forli-the Belling sheep only, though the horse-fair begins'or the 10th. To Ap preshaw they bring nothing but those fine curled-horned ,and long-tailed ewes, which bring the house-lambs and the early Easter-lambs; and these, which, to my taste, are the: finest and most beautiful animals of the sheep kind, -come exclusively out of Dorsetshire and out of the..part of Somersetshire bordering on that county. --To Weyhill, which is a village of half a dozen houses on a down, just above Appleshaw, they bring from the dowu-farm...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

Ikf '' e: ' &A .I disposed, is said' to x jp btes 1 4r d ord day a statement respecting his Royal Iigh~uijghi a aisn7ih :to hiaa d oIdlhiifi BeiPa i ha'tt r x time ago are nearly!'pitid61, ieelfI bah bei' i" ' and judicious system he has adoptedliV the ia iow f hiaincomie, which is by fa`rthb sahleste f bf.-Br thers.--How infinitely more", to the Di~ke's' ~iobr s this, than the recklessly goa+ig On in the. oldiway ? either leaving his debts unpaid, -or.- calling!uponIdthe:s to pay them for him ! It is still better tdoobe'ause,?-s we all lnow, there have not, been wanting Illih~sriods. Examples i bothth these disreputable ways. ; THa octagon, building-huse, which :oigi;altl' on. stitutted a part of the library :of tlh? lIate: KRiig; is-to remain, and to be converted into a Royal Chapel: -Th splndid Cartoons by Ra phael, now at ,Hai-iptot?sw?y palaee, sre to be p eda n,this Chapel, Mr. 1%au haaingj ascertained :that the.o arious:,.compartments ?ill, exhibit: these monuments of...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

: -L.M'it is now fiue "and arenaty ygara since thef *e? ny real freedom of the "te?a~ t ga t .i l i?- n-:he Ame1?` . btr' H .' in h4 1 rs s ale ;i - the4 a apm 4t e pseed!y mmunicatQnUof'Wkentl$ent; all ,"the;lptit aIl~the a'sod'inios~ ofE d?peob?le, all the "a id'yeogwLc Qobl4Xy tra s.''QI t IIWstbe l re shiiless ': isn s4rbiieri ; migha ty' iuizen pe&e., S phav oped 'ally "*Tih:i at'' aly, wliom no honoursu or re?rds; can seduce "reo?is- She i i st eady, ýre.laing, pse~rt ii,?,er er S"ru?ible ally. Ai i-ly 'that is proof gainst il eab. i.sh ' " mnents, all intrigues, altemptationWs: a all open attacks "S le tth p efie? -,ea.i nilitf~a y,":all-, ".yomWay -eatalr. ? , Thebmayo.s welU .fire iat i ghos.' She cares no~r oreeor " th . sab9es of the y~omrn?y o the l?ei uadsely, the DiBT 's , angles did for the sword ogf Sat?n's nyrmirdons. Ts aeducey "carcsnpt a Strhyi atouady, i a p'n Ofennera. She laen@gl8 at; cp"thie empolljy.et of 'athat s priof gainst ias baladiys " erect, d...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

The glutte stateof the. 'W1k t M ket owing to the recent immense arrivals of Southwaid PowP grain, renders, the ' mand for our own eMppiies li mited and dill. Thiis?diy ,d average was lower than usual, nearly all the scanty.?supit" selling at 4s. Maize took a rise and was bought up quickl?+I Barley.'is in equest;. . Oate;are' not much sought after.-: The? whole number of Carts ,at the Market did not exceed -39., , Dealers did not atteid andbliut little business wa.s done . Butter is, expected,.to cheapen. Poultry sold extravagazitly`' There was no shew of Cattle and but few private Sales. 'Average price of Wheat4s. per Bushel.-Maize 6s. to 7s.--.t Barley 7s.'Od.--Oats 3ss. 6d-Fine Flour, 13s. to 14, ster lingjper 100 lbs.--Seconddo. Ils, to 12s.--Bread 4d. per . Lorf.--Beef, (by the Carcase)' 31d. per lb.-(by the Joint) 6d. to 7d. per lb.-Mutton 41d.-7d,-Pork 5 d.--7d. t6 8d. -Bartter ~2s. 6d.to 3,i 6d. per lb.-Cheese Is. to' l.. 6d- ' Eggs Is. Od. to Is. Sd.. per.doz.-Fowls 3s. 6d....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

" ,e faiie of the. .arramatta 1?iRacifigr'F ".held .act'he 'Subscription Room, at Nashs's, the.Woolpack Inn; Parramatta, it was resolved . Aist That 'the Races be held ona the 3rd. aind 5th. days bf October ensuing, to commence at half-past eleven o'clock in i'the mornings of each day precisely,, being the days be ,f6re and aftei a"rramatta Fair.?. "JOHN HARtRs, Esq. J. P. and U fe WiLLIAM LAWSON, ESQ. J. P. Upire}. FIRST DAY. .First Race-lFor,th. Parramatta Tlown Cup, value 50.Guineaa. To be run for b'y Hlorses that .have never won a Prize from " The S dney Turf Club," carrying, for .. . S Three Years Old - - 6st. 7lbs. Four Ditto - - - - 7 9 Five Ditto - - - - 8 3 Six Ditto, and Aged - 8 12 . -_ Mares allowed .-- - Heats-'Twice Round the Course. Entrance-Four Guineas The Winner to be sold for 200 Guineas, if demanded, aind the Prize Cup included. 2nd Race-For the Parramatta Ladies' SffbUtription Purse of -25. Guineas. To be run.for bsyHOrses of.all Ages, carrying, for Two Years Ol...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. Address of the Friends of Civil and Religious Liberty residing in the City of Augusta, in the State of Georgia, America. TO THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

44euta tTM c d ,e 'u 4T rer t 'gf B .CATVIOLIC Ms A¶kN OF ; 3ELAFP. ALTEa c thhi"rareein"? ae in force, }n ygur courn try idt ? o o illy eco ~ed as th re I ti ttietreish nation, id you, . iediebce to ` ehn b at character,,atil, rpasqon per mit i"rhe Mivihzd w l&d to '`acknowledge a notorioqus fact, which no Rlgislation can destroy, and w)iose eviwr deny "id1thd"'rta i't to be i orceaed under. th9 web of ]ctfeo. "Europe ani Areira know, thia+ frQo your, voliiitary 'igrigation derifni ai~s "the correct expression: of Ifisli sentimenti. '-To oe6 therefore we adress our selves,' whe tiwe 'desire to transifit .our condqlence to a natioti wiich we Tovz We'do iotdT?o ver, a?dress you as t6'vlt"i the' jealouisy of your law will not allow, and whaybt? own pruideiit d deferenceo to that law, of whose propriety we, express no opinio, leads you :to disclaim. We l~ddress you a a a "voiuntary society of Patriots which gives iitterance to the feeliings ofihe most afflicted peo ple under he...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

DOI1MEYSTIC Is TEL.IGENTC .' Supreme Court, Civil Side.-Monday.--GIRARD V. RAPSEY. The Plaintiff in this case complained of an assault committed ' tpon him by the Defendant. 'Thi was a: sort of counter'proceeding. to a prosecuition insti- ' tuted reversely, the present Plaintiff being bournd over. to appear at the' Quarter Sessions upon a like chaige.? The premises upon which the assaults took place, were , claimed by each party, as Sub-assigneCes under 'the ori? • .ginal mortgage;" and the present Defendant, conceiVing' the Plaintiff a trespasser, posted upon his .pig-sty a' written caution, which the latter removed, and proceeded ..to, load a cart with manure for the purpose 'of' removal. SThe Defendant ran to the spot and prevented the :Plaint tiff's servants from proceeding in this work; the Plain tiff 'then observed that he would '" settle that business,'" .and began. to load the .cart himself ' the: Defendant stopped his progress also, and some pushes were made, as it should s...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

;THE MONITOR: TTJiURSDAY EVENING, SEi'PEMB3ER 27, 1827. We call'the ~ttention of our Readers to the Govern-" merit Notice, of date the 22d Instant, and whieb they will ind.in our present Number, page 667, column 3.' We consider that,, in having written to Lord ;Bathurst on theu'stbject set forth in the said Notice, Hlis Excel lency evinced a laudable regard tot the best interests of,. the Country ; and, we hope, that having so far done his. part;'tli 'Settlers of the Colony will not neglect to do 'theirs, ?y every one (as we feel prone to suspect will be the geneiAl inclination) trusting to his neighbour to take-up the subject, and make such communications. thereonii to our Authorities as it deserves, and, ;as are indeed, absolItely essential to enable them to bring it to a practicl,; permanent, and substantial issue. We say we hope.thqy will not so neglect their public duty. That carpenters, .:blacksmiths, wheelwrights, tailors, brick, layers, brick makers, stonecmasons, ptaisterer...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 September 1827

* . a'itJpu .pIU§ t~1rii ttte, . :tArivals,--On Monday tb. Madeira 'Packet; Captain Williams, :from Port Dalrymple,'the. 17th instane. La .dingL-3,500 bushels. of Wheat, 60 do. Ba4ley, and O2 bales Wo. ol Yesterday, the Lord' Liverpol:ftom Ne.wcastle. 'This Afternoon, the Barque Prince Rege'nt; Captain William Richards, from London June 11 J and Teneriffe' July:2nd, with -180. i?ile prisoners. .. Surgeonti; perin 'tendent, W. .I.te, ,Esq,. I. - N. Passengers-?,Ensign.. fiarling, .57th.Regt. (Ndphew of Lieut. Gen.' Dartig,). Lieut:, "Highe,' R1 S. C. .and nhr. P. Elliptt,,;Assistant Sutveyor. ý ,re GuaMd con'sists of ieut. `Carvipbtll and `I296 :nrnof the '47th:Regimeit. . At 4' 'Clockanother Shipv was enteri'g,.name not known'.., The: irncet Regeht brings a Maiil, Which had not lanidedi tl?me .tq enable us to extract from otur Loo. Papers. ' '.: * : '' 'i Departures. - On Tuesday, the Resolution for Port Dalrymple; the Minerva for the Isla of France, and   Lang for Hoba...

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The New Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

I, The New Ministry. S TIuMES.-It was no unbecoming scruple of the Whig n leaders, which made them watch narrowly their owri n feelings, as well as their capacity of promoting thd. King's and country's service-that they might yield nothing from a selfish desire for power,' and in nothing' over-rate the public benefit to be derived from a. coali t lition with Mr. Canning. And here it is but fair, to re mark on the btriking contrast between two classes of coalitions; one of which has no material to bind it but"' a mutual guarantee of place between men of opposite politics, or of none; another-and on that we now con gratulate the country-which seeks ap official co-opera-. tion,. for the sake of enforcing objects. of high national importance, equally prized by both the coalescing par ties, and exposed to imminent risk of destruction ifthyii' do not coalesce against a common enemy. In fact,!the.' union just formed is but a remedy for that unnatural, state, into which the public men of En...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

i . ·· ·.. 9jli'pping " Intrutgnce;.?.. i rMiibl3s thOiu 'r day theB 1tge L Y a't. It - des, from the whatling rohnd ; e- ealan. 4ug. 8th, and Norfolk Island 1ith $h. ?ading 8n tbns"f bil, ;and 6 'tons of'whale bone, 1nniO ~ b rats. 4ones and 'Wilker. On Satirday, the Ship Ephetria,' Capt:Ddi; ?foinb Caitigor May l1st. Lading tea,;*i~igr, tnd iisdry caste=' df"silks,: tationary and' other Chbina gobs. ' :e' ngeks . G. Pitman, Esq. and Ladyr??ahd` a edre ýrho0 irf. I~?flihrpur, lost elev.en of her i'rew' (isars) til_ý : Scktesk ;: .on her voyage:experienced some tremendous '4eathei'. Very long on bet' pPidsage. SDeparture..-'-Tbe 'Lord Liverool;, for Newcstle, o Saturday. Projected Departures...-The Governor Read., for' thi? Isle of France, and Brig Vl izabetlt, for Nerew Zealand* this day. The Alligator, for Port Macquarie, and Triton, for Batavia to-morrow. ..c .ernov Phillip, for Moreton Bay, and Emma Kemp, for Hobart Town, on T'hursday; and Brig'Industry, for the Society Islands,...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

< 1 DIARY. + :. MEMORANDUM 'FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.. ;,... S SUN rises 49 minutes after5:. _ High Water, 15 mili. past 5 Moin.-43min. past 5 Ev.. Sun sets 12 min. past 6. Morn - 2 mm. past High Water, 12 min. past 6 Mor.n-46 min. past 6 Ev. .I High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev. ~. ?I •I Day increased 2 hours and 42 minutes. SI jHigh Water 10 miin. past 8 Morn.--36 min. past 8 Nt. ] ( Full Moon 24 min. past Noon. High Waiter 30 min. past 9 Morn.-50O min. past' 9 Nt. eo Equation of Time.-Snn on the meridian of Sydney, 11 main 32 see: before 12 inean time. 17th. Sunday after Trinity. `, I High Water 5 min. past 10 Morn.-26 min. past,10 Nt. g" I < I High' Water; 45 min.. paat 10 Morn.-11 at Night. VARIATIONS OF THERiiOMilTER, &C. '&C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, 'AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY- ....... 52 74 '6 Fine. TUESDAY ".. : 50 70 60, Do.?9 WEDoNESDAY.. .... 54 26 70 Do. . THURSDAY 59 78 70 / Very Warm FRI...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

-LONDON NEvSPAPER' CuAT. Mas Seeretary Peel, has caused the Clerks of the Peace to be written to on the subject of fees claimied from' parties ~who were tried and acquitted. A case Qu tably in :point occuring on Wednesday. It was. a petty assault case, and the muatter of complaint was so trifling, that,the chairman gave it as his opinon, that it .did, not tnwount to:an assault. Upon this, Mr Clarkson, who appeared as Counsel for the defendant, instead of ar ?uing that r.o assault had been committed,, to the sur priye of most present, btgged the Jury to find his client gutiily, because:he felt, satisfied that the Court would in icettirnerely a;nominaubfine-of -t.. in case of conviction; and If' his client should' býe aquitted, he:would have to ... ,lr 7s. 8d. fees. ., "Pa. Geoige Gungthdpp is . taken the oathe as clerk in the department of the R emenbrancer of First Fruits ,and tenth, in the Court:.'f Exchequer, on the nominar .iJ of Richard Harrison, Estl Renembrancer.

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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

FROM 7HE ATLAS OF TIlE 3rd. Of JTUNE, Ma. CANNvIN made his first grand appearatice in the House of Commons, .as Minister of Finance, on Friday Evening, when he brought forward the. Budget. The' known deficiency of the Revenue--leading by implica tion either to additional taxes or to fresh -loans-made the task ap upgracious one ; and, making the proper allowances for his situation, it must be admitted that he' act4iitted himself •with 'ability,: judgment, and fiirfiess... He made no attempt to gloss over and mystify'w'_.at could-not be concealed; he admitted our past..disasters.. and present difficulties, but he had good hopes of the future.. On the reasonable supposition that the Reve nue'of the current year Will not fall short of the ratio of' the last. four. months, the difference between expeqditure and .'ipcome (apparent deficiency, £2,864,000., real deficiency,' £2,100,00.) will be more than met by an . issue of -3,000,000. in the form of Exchequer Bills. Mr. Hume was the only ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

i ',u wbeat .:s. failing, generally. on .tie high lands,,. t..'s. gw 'ye?gpw yellow .and rusty and will not. pay, In, eaping, nd~nithresbing. We are of. opiilon the pos-.., eyPgro?qf low. funds. will. nd- their wbheat stacks thea; latter end of 1828 very valuable. Long' before that. ,eriod we expect to see. the..Settlers insist ,on ddllars ,eing paid thea.. at the same price for their grain, for which they, alredy are obligeF l to part with them to all jhop-keepini save.the keepers of stalls in the market; namely, 4s. 4d. W'e consider it-a species if impositiosi. on 1tie Settler,-for the Sydney, sop-kkeepers to charge 5s. tfor his dollar to' the Settler in mawrket, when if the amuie Settler cofies to' his shop, he will not take it i?g&in xcept at, 4. 4d. ".

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

* 1iHARRAMAT AT.A ;RAOS.C • T a' Meetiag, of the Commuittee of the "Parramatta " Racing Fund," held at the Subscription Room, at ashs's, the Woolpack Inn, Parramatta, it was resolved . I t. 'Tlhat ;lie Races be held' on the 3rd. and 5th. days-of October ensuing, to commence at half-past eleven o'clock •'in the mornings of each day precisely, being the days be ,fore and after Parramatta Fair. JOHN HARRIs,Esq. J. P. and Umpires WILLIAM LAWSON, ESQ. J. P. . FIRST DAY. Ptrte Race--For.the Parramatta Town Cup, value 50-Guineas. To be run for by Horses that,. have never won a Prize from " The Sydney Turf Club," carrying, for Three Years Old - - 6st 71bs. Four Ditto - - - . 7 9 Five Ditto - - - 8. 3 Six Ditto, and Aged - 8 12 Mares allowed- ' - - 3 Hefats--TwiceRound the Course. Entrance-Four Guineas lhe Winner to be sold for 200 Guineas, if demanded, and the Prize Cup included. 2nd Race--For tkte Parramatta Ladies' Subscription Purse of 25 Guineas. To be .an for by Horses.of all'Ages, car...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

ave Fronm..the Morning Chronicle of the2tnd of June.: the aTHE debate of last night, in the Committee on the en- Corn. Bill, in the house of Lords,' was unique in its. ch- way. Some of. the leaders of the Opposition -surpassed ;y; themselves. The Earl of Malmosbury " was very anx )ns iods to make .lreland a wheat-growing country,, in order ng to iake, it a wlheat-consumning, country; which, if it. iat "weire, the ad~vantage to that country would be immense.." .o 'Does. the Polish, serf: eatany of the wheat he raises ? ofD The Irish.wogklI have, as little hesitation in preferring 4y wheat, to. potatoas, as the Poles would ,bhave in preferring pi- it to .horse-beans., Beef and mutton,.tickle the palate still more, than wheaten 'bread, and the time is not re znQte; ,when ;Ireland was a g'razing. country.. Did the 'd, lower, Irish- then eat beef and :nmutton ? The lower n' order?hen,, As now, lived on. potatoes. Sir John Dal n- rymple, in.his account of the Raparees, is as loud in id hi...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

SYDNEY MARKTS, . The glhtted state of the Wheat Market owing to the receat oimmense arrivals of Southward 'grown grdin, 'rerdeprs the deo :iand for our own supplies limited and dull. '.Thiirsday's 'aVerage was lower thtug usual,'nea lay ~ i ?.' ~;s ei$ity..pt .selling at 4s.' Maize took a ripe pnd wae. bp ? qukly. |Barley is in request. Oats are thot nuch ti : atter.. The ?whole 'number of Carts' at. the .Market did iW ecd?bd 39. f alers did not attend and but .little bu tdne wflan qneo ?tieris:expected to cheapen] .Poultrysoold eýoravagantly. There was no show of.Cattle:and but fw gtprivate ales. , Averpge price of Wheat 4s. pr Bushl.--.Maie (is. to 7`.- --IBai ey 7s.' Od.--Oats 3s. 6d?-Fine Flour, 13s, to 14s. 4tei.. Sling!per 100 lb,.-Second dq, I 0, to I s,,-re, 4d.4.ber . Loa',--eef, (by the'Carcase) i" i. ber li?i e ? 6 d. to 7d. per Ib,--Mutton 4 d fdB-?---dork-.jd d. to . -Butter 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. per lh.-Cheese isa top '1'i, ."s.+J' Eggs 1s. Od. to ?.. 3d. perdoz..-Fowls 3...

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