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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

A charge was heard in the private room of the Police, with closed doors, this we?ek, against - military officer, "a serjeaut, and.a .private, all u the same Regiment. After. the examination of witneises, which took up six days. the investiga tion ended this afternoon, by .the discharge of the officer and the coummitment of the two sol diers for znanslaughwer baal being demnrided and -given to thle 'amoIu of £10; ; the 4iseharged officer being accepted as one of the. bail, along with Dr. Maii, 6t the OGarrison; We shall pro bably 'give the evidepre at 'lkngth nexlt week. Some are dfs opuinic'n, that as the menl must have been delivered by the Court of the higher degree of killint, by the I resumptiun that they 'acted under orders, manslaughter is not a rational 'or rathe a, legal conclusion ; 'and that at all .events, ft the mendid wrong in executing their orders, thl. Officer could ihot have dune ve~y rig;lt. The men are however' Committed aiid' thie Offic6i- is discliarged.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

' Bdvertirement ':sent to thri `offices noull ýclify on the put of thmn the uum6v,.:of tirnu they, ar to be advervijaud "otherwisiue twy wi4, 6 coailmurcd uuºo vor dtergfandrlrd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

- " ' '' SALE BY AUCIO .I . S Y. Ma. S.; LYON8, N Wednesdaysoith Instant, at I to'Clock, O at the stores of Messrs; Cohen and Spyer George Street, without reserve, to' fiose a consignment, The remainder of a valuable consignment of slops, consisting of blue. cloth jackets and 4rowsers, duck trowsers, duck frocks, striped cotton shirts, blankets &c. &c. Also a quantity'of China goodes prints,i. boys dresses, cheese &c. Terms made knowvn at the time of Sale. 4R. CHARLES FAIRS begs to ap prise his friends and the public, that tie has taken the pirmises lately occup-ed by Messrs. Merritt and' WVhitfield, No. 36, c?0orge-street, (until he can procure .a more, c0mmodious lace) where he intends keep I ag on sale, supply of the best butcher's a?eat and dairy produce; the arrangerients be has entered into with some of the princi pal'grazing and dairy establishments in the eIlony, will, he trusts, entitle him to a share uf.their support and patronage. N. B.-Shipping su...

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FOR THE SYDNEY MONITOR. IMPROMPTU. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

S.OR THE SYDNEY MONITOR. IMPROMPTU. " Kappa,"-an ultra Tory chap, S Hies name transposed, deserves " a cap ;" Which, for the rigmarole he tells, Should decorated be with " bells." So-his due meed, pronounced by many, He'd aptly personate-a " Zany !" What urged this scribe of Tory breed, To .pen a sermon, few will read? 'Hgped he by long, but simple story, To nietainorphost Whig to Tory ? Alas ! since miracles have ceased, T he hope were tanciful, at least I fBut no 1-such expectation vain, His nons could scarcely entertain t A View more personal had he, Ia flattering the " Powers that be, i To gain, froin their unsparing hand, A secbnd, amipler Grant of Land I i!" MOSQUITO. ,,$.turday night, May 9, 1829. " ' I-ll j~ -IlnJIlI II· I_

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

_ _ _         MARRIED.--By Special License, on   Thursday last, at St. James's Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon, George Ed- ward Nicholas Weston, Lieutenant in the Hon. East India Company's Service, to Blanche, youngest daughter of the late George Johnstone, of Annandale, Esq.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

ADVERTISEMENT. ?/"IR. GREGSON embraces the earliest ,LV..L opportunity of acquainting his Friends and the Public, that he is aboat to resume This private avocations, which an engagge ment, urgent in its nature, and paramount in its claims upon his time, had temporarily interrupted. For, the indulgence which he has expe rienced under such cfrcumstances, he cannot sufficiently express his gratitude, and he trusts in another week to annonnce his hav ing made arrargements, which, in giving greater ellic ency to his tnd rtaking, will, he hopes, render its utility more extensive. No. 81, George.street, Sydney, May 18, 1839. TO JAMES W ILLS. IF you will inform your Wife where you are to be found, or by what means she may convey a letter to you, she will conmu 'nicate something highly to your advantage. You have at present no cause to be afraid of coming forward, for there is nothing what.. ever to fear; but much longer delay will be attended with serious consequences. A let ter addressed t...

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Sydney, May 8, 8229. To Kappa. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

Sydney, May 8, 229, To Kappsr. Sir, I read last night your letter, published in the Sydney Gazette of yesterday. It commands at tention, in spite of its great length,. and multi farious subjects. It .purports to be a friendly appeal to the Editor of the Sydney Monitor; an appeal to him, however, more as a private man, than as a public writer;, for it alludes pointedly to his private character and circumstances, though. not without decorum: A friendly disposition also is professed amid all the misapprehension of sentiment, and mis-stateient of facts, with which your letter ibounds. On the whole, therefore,. as I love candour and kindness with all my heart, and not less' because they . glow in the bo.. som of a high Tory, .and an intimate friend of the Editor of the Sydney Gazette, I am con. strained to review your letter.. Istand in doubt who you are. I tllink 'you either belong to the Church,. the officials, or the Law. At first I.thought some of your plausibili ties belonged to Ver...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY, 16.1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

THE EIO TOQR. S}TvURDAY AFTERNOON MAY, 16. 1829. Our. wortily friend the Governor'a Attorney General (we meau MIr. Baxter), hs .again favoured us with his correspondence ; a pi.ce of ecnJescepiion .we could not expect. nBut some persope. are of so kind a diost,,+, tion, that they will be doing acts of courtesy o tkeir L umble fieids, nii spitqe Of the ep treaties if the latter not toPt: pui to the trouble. So it is with us andn-. ter. Kind-hearted Genil. man be, . Dye reminded' b of the interest. he takes n vweltare. A? as modesty, has 77~I mlt webabll soCp hesitate It Present a ob lettie to o r readers, tbat th be , issk ':tothe pcasing in;'ima (so graifying a honorable to us) which subsisil betireen andu one of Hit; Majesiy'sa highest end 6 s resp onsib1eri nae a in New South Warl e,: Cour? huuse Chambers, 4th' Nays l I begeo infrmns you, 4nat it ius ??y inmt~,jj, file two. Cr'iinal informationr alga nrt q,,. Ali LibeLr against General uDarling, rsy his capaac:, Gver oe of New sou...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

To TXHi ErrTOA oPa 'Ifs oNBl 'o; . To the. Ministers of Religion it has ever been my wish, to extend a portion of that Reverential 'deference, ,which i' feel for Religion . itself.; :and it has' awilys been a source of, deep conacern to rme, when I have" been compelled to .withhold such rt'spect feoma. some of our spiritual guides * i New South Wales, by a. cqudict, on their ..art, at 'variance with the precepts and exam-* ple' of their divine master.. Meekness, humility, benevolence, and' charity, are. the. charweteristics of His true Disciples; but, when we ifind substi tuted for -these, pride, harshness, selfishnes, and unfeeling bigotry, it is impossible_ to. suppress the natural feelings of disgust and contempt at the unamiable ~6ntrast.' " To win, souls to God," is the first duty ofa• Christian Teacher ; and in order to do so, -hc should- be well ac. quainted writhl human' nature, and with the .latceit springs and secret workings of the human heart. To speak peace .and; comfor...

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COBBETT'S POLITICAL REGISTER. A LETTER TO HIS HOLINESS, THE POPE, On the Character, the Conduct, and the views, of the Catholic Aristocracy and lawyer, of England and Ireland. Barn-elm Farm, 10th Nov. 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

'& LLETTER ';, ; ?r . ...· .. ;- ,..T..ý.: ',u, . - s . +. '. .. .... _A .. " , ....."n 11 :T .'I `' : } . . P,$ Swt .... [NE ., THE. . )*, -4Yaracler, the. Conduct, andw Me Piews, i i#a Catholic- Aristocracy and lawgers, of ji`land and Ireland. . Barn-Elm Farm' IOth Nov. 1829. ::T!,lJ Pe A5e YOvU HoNraNss, Si1; ?; who am. the author of the" History :?t lihe Protestant. Reformation," having Sd?b i informed by a Catholic gentleman of a0dotibted veracity, that, at an interview r$ me time ago with your Holiness at the Va ,twcan, you, after some praises bestowed on :;py wclk, expressed to him your wonder, how it was, that the Catholics of this king -.dom did'not cause me to be a embet'er of Par-: Siament ; arid that you hoped, that a consid erable pare of thie mnt, collected from the Catholied in Ireland, went, at any rate, ,to be t:. rew tci of m unparalleled services, to. the ./:',ttaolhcc h s in everp part of the world. This in .,formation has induced me to make a state a :;m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

T.. :1 O CORRUISP)NDR''TS. : u:a onsequence of a grat 'nun - her of our aSubscribers requesting us to go back to Saturday "Gvenir~.. as our day of publication, we haste Y.. teCeded: to their wish. {? f `rAdvertisiiig Friends are re u quested to'.do us the favour of send ;Jg ti'their Saturday Advertise ine th , sho0n after 9 o'clock as pos siLsle; othrwlse our puiblishing' will `le so late in the evening" as` to give og r aef' dissatisfaction fl t' f New South Wales, May 12, 1829. consequence of the reviving prosperity .J. of, tis Iblank, the Proprietors of Stock are r nquestied to meet at the Bank-buildings on "iday-the? 29th inst, at 1' o'clock, to take into consiceratidn the expediency of rescind i.ing the resolution to wind up the affairs of 4he establisha ent, on the 31st of Decemnber f t ' JOHN BLACK ' Acting C er. . :· :.". bMAlR :'S : :ASTh?E lEAGH-HOUSE. CH'EdP MOURNING., OW, ; ON SALE, the following Goods- Super bats, at 30s. each :.. p..erfine.black and blue cloths and KBe...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

DOMEFSTIC INTELLIGENCE.   Warning to Carters.--A man was ordered to the tread-mill last week by the Mg is. strates, for riding on the shafts of his cart, in the streets of Sydney. It is the general opinion, that while Capt. Sturt seems to have evinced some persever- ance in his late excursion, little more is known, than what Mr. Oxley revealed, af-   ter his last laborious journey from the inte- rior. It is said, the tread of horses was dis covered-treads not made by the feet of the horses of Capt. Sturt's expedition. It was   conjectured they were made by those of Mr. Oxley's cavalcade, and that rain sufficient to obliterate them had not fallen since ! It is we believe 11 years, since Mr. O. last re- turned. We can hardly believe this report. There is another, which we consider much more probable. Stray horses have been long reported to have been in that quarter. If so, the foot-treads in question, were doubtless those of the stray horses. We ...

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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 — 25 May 1829

SURMORANDUPJ Fofl TUJI BN5IIIlgO Wg1. fWATION S OF THERMOMGETFR, '&C.' &C. TARAM N , AT 7 IN TIM' Z.tOEN.NG, 12 AT NOO - N D ! ': -' w. TflE InV2NING flE!WSCTLVNLT.. 5th Suns-y after este.ir. ___ $ r" . p;1 Morn:-56 m.p.·2 Af. ______ Wae,1 . . ore -'-5 i. p. ;Aft. 1 « ! t quarter of Ml coon, 24 m, p. 6 Mora, 1 e Ei I UPI~` tvig 33 m" p 3 Morn-5r. aa, g. ig zr, r. P. iwIO--8 m: _ t 11-~ i gh Water, 5b~ m. V. 4Morn-- m. p. 5 Aft High W'Vter,4S in. p. 6 mOrn.-20 mn p 7 Aft Stan rises. 1 p. 7-sei 59 Mn. p.4 5272160 W. Fine. irnrDAs ...... 50 72 61 Do. ' i ..at:...... 51 76 63 Do. Do. S ........ .5074160 Do Do. ' SDAT..:.........49172 61 N. E. Do. J NBS i..,. " " . 49174 60 Do Po.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

ADVERTISEMENT. .'iR. GREGSON embraces' the. earliest, `L' opportunity of acquainting his Friends ,and the Public, that be is about to resume, his-. private avocations, which an engage menot, urgent in its nature, and paramount inaits claims upon his tiame, had temporarily interrupted. For the Indulgence which he has e*pe rienced under such d~cumstances, .he caenot sufficiently express his gratitude, .and .he trusts in another week to announce his hav ing made arrangements, which, in giving greater emc eney to his unde rtaking, will, he hopes, render its utility more eitensive. No. 81; George-street, 1 Sydney, May 18, 1829. J TO JAMES WiLLS. . ITF you will inform your Wife where you .L are to be found, or by what mean's she may convey a letter to you, she will commu nicate something highly to your advantage. You have at present no cause to be of raid of comning forward, for there is nothing what-. ever to fear ; but much longer delay will be attended with serious consequences. A let ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

bg~pping~ *nt~Itor~inwt. .dvftuki.-4b n ? inday, the J.,, from Londm & 8th of November. mercbandize. Dejdipfture..--On Monday, the Ionla, for XoWh Town, In ballast. " Same dal, tla dovernor 1PA4(rj for Norfolk island, With stores, provisions,' end p*: cengers. Same day, the Hctty, -for Lnunceston, t ballast. On Tuceday,, the Lord LdvercooI, for Ntbi castle, with qundric8. OR Thnrodq, the elfelh f+ Sincaporc, in l alleit. Same daly, £Aaiah Miary, for Mac4narie slaind; in bAlkaet. Projected J)epdrturea.-The Queea Chiarlotfe, W Lawicestun, the 24th inst: Thee .qfce, for Hebs Town, the 26th inst. The. &Iiarsy ' fo Cloautt#, 'Edward for liombay,,aid the. ppd LilviMe.. fvr tavia, an the 281h inst. 'Tie Hunteir, fot GMaeg 'the 31st ins t.' . 'PleVitptr. for Ldbat 4th of Jran 8t George 5iiie i !ydhey. " A -rs fl'gm . . £91%t'8P.. 'PRIT(IBD, "6AK' t UMUSINO aý:t lit 1TWI PROVU IT IP, ·-L~

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SUPREME COURT. (Before Judge Forbes.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

SUPiEEMai COURT. r 1 .FRIDAY. 22nd dnAy, 18.2. (i (Bbrec Jcdlg For es,) John Naughten was mdicted for the wlfl'. murder of Mrs. Ryan, in Cumberlandl4treet Sydney, on the 9th instant, having, inftieted oh her head three blows with an axe. The prisoner pleaded Guilty, but this was over ruled by the Chief Justice, and, the trial pro. .ceeded. Elizabeth Brennan. I am a washerwoman, and was employedby Mrs. Ryanto assist her in washing on the 9th instant; it was on a Saturday, about 1 o'clock. I was washing at a tub in a room ad joining tho yard ; Mrs. Ryan was in the yard wringing out some clothes; she said " there is plenty of cold meat for the men's dinners ;" upon this, prisoner who was in the kitchen adjoining the yard, came out and said, he would be d-----d if he should eal her leavings ; or words to that effect; they hd. somo further words, when pri soner said, " he would have• her b- dy life;" she told him "E he would not be co bouncible when Shisa master came home in the evening ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

Jounal., withtt J?awa4. st honsdt us cm at ghjtpDatepr* i& tCgard:s i oinTw, a vdnlid d ny a en; in Zu:2' rr-,, tl the saime as if put naothei&r ow; K:::::,. iubrders who do not rece r p , re euested to complain e S ethe ;c -; r ,-,) , a., as fsr as we cant, .we Sufilvbeddy te tab P st we, il&not be answerable drte ddlverr o,/ our .ournal in a more effectual' assner, e: :: se forth. I This is the condiftio. Ias which re cr. ::; J?r na!, a.d of whichl wde lereby tuest all sr ribrs to take notice. ntrec ifelrisement ir e t to ree ofte?, m tosemi a `f tl# Ae f/bye of them:, the numblr of times ta e can,re fbe aAeertised, otfaerwise, tAey wilt- e 'cos.tinuaudd .util acntentrmnanded. ..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

MARRIED.--By Special License, on Thursday last, at St. James's Churcb, by the Venerable the Archdeacon, George Ed- ward Nicholas Weston, Lieutenant in the ***? lion; East India Comnpany's Service,   Blanche, youngest daughter of the late George Johnstone, of Annandale. Esq.  

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Market Prices from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

Karl* Price, from Ekrh.bye 5d se1jg.r: --Wheatper.buh.O 10 31 Dcks e:.:.." e' 0 Maize,do..... 0 6 6 Pow le,p per pas " Barley, do.... 0 5 0 Geese, do..... 0't j Potatoes cwt.. 0 10' 0 Turkies, do. . 0 10' Butter, per lb. 0 2 101 Hay, per toe.. 100 Eggs, per do.. 0 3 .0 .Strawp? load - 1 STERLI NG PRICES OF FLQUR.-F,- 100 , Dixon.......... :...... ,.. º Cooper .... ......... Barker .... ,...: , " 327 2 Darling Millh .,.,.,.. 1 366

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 May 1829

- MONDAY., MAY 25, 1!829. I ½ o anntter, of more importance, has 4icýte prcvented us from noticing an. or i- chich ?cde its oppoarance in the 't, Nlec. opaper on tho 2d instant, under d cdeots and disguised title of " Agricul - ? ; Leport fo April.' This contdh eo i- the frot of iGs L-id, cod wo ohtceidly i? c? ill be theo 43b 'n Chorf, Ce fool S' lboo it'ioan in proeouncniva this floport tbo piaduction of the Committec of lz 6i :cultul ae Hoorticultural Cocicty. SYuo S&zicty pzabliabcd ito Annual Ucpont SC87-3, in April, lec yeas; and the Ai'iO , \77 boo i o 'ttOi to *ive an t do vldgcd Roport this year ? rn undaoeretd thct the reasons whieb " c ii uc~d iho Committee of the Society to P broai &or publisbing a Report this Sheioreo hzc:e nhichb should, in our cd ion bhve induced id to prepare a Report r-« -re then usual care, circumaspection, u abit. For, although the knaves who ITan the Cour3 Journal, to trepan the C -?at -e p ?pc of tce &other Country to thi...

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