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

e ' 1i d?fY' wh 't- hats' a "eai'te ecti to d'ý ýif ýu'"d tande R15ch-o efo if& ?t d~f'Whicli We iyesterday ci-: ted ea:` ise kehRbff16 efo1cal 1Grefusea to yield till the last' aioi'ent tb t`ids&,'fbrifis ikiish ."i6 did hot believe. The tze faith I es t Sl ds ii` tht (said' M. de Liman conurt'thde ire $U. iai. 'errtik. 'fe' added, "'there are more'dbibh bnk eththoli8 wj:ir ilid' internally" coniviinced of t.ettuti' ot 'Pr?bt~tautiW?i.", `And '.tlhe codfin was thro ri hi?t6thd nidd ! says M. db Gaietan.' Wi.leave to the fainily'of the D.uke de Liancourt, to. the Pliote :eerage, to'ev'ery man edowed with' aiy mio idesty' to weigh the 'valie'6f this last outrage. We leave al so ( those who. stilt doubt of the intolerance of the prevailing party, to judge of its doctrines by the last sen tence" of this inconceivable article. The Duke de Roch foucauld voted for the sale of the property of the Clergy; he professed oh hiss death-bed the religious opin'ions which he had su...

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Late vote of the House of Lords on the Corn Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

Late vote of the 'House of Lords on the Corn Bill. TIMEa'--We sincerely' congraitulate the nation on the vast majority which: bas attended' the first reading of the corn.bill in the house of Lords-; a majority of nearly two to one in its favour; a majority,. also, which we have no doubt'will protect: the bill, in its future stages,. from the ravages which aretmenaced on its principle and provisionA. ''hiere is, likewise, another subject connec ted with this question, upon Wvhich' we cannot help com plimentinig o'ne portion of the community, though it be at the expense of another. How much greater intelli gence and consistency has been indicated by what may be called the:British public the real English people- upon the corn question, than by those louts and cox combs united, the landlords and the political economists. To.the. corn bill of 1815. the' English nation was justly aind i.rmn y oippoed ; they event endeavoured to prevent its being carried into effect by acts of violence; an...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

THE . M1ONITORo MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1827. TIlE English 'papers of May, are more interesting - than those of June, as the debates in Parliament were eiceedingly animnated and amusing while the new Mi nistiry was frming. Mr.' Canning has got all the, Whigs on his' side,. save Lords Grey and Holland.: these -two matchless Noblemen howeverare not against him; but they, with Cobbett, consider, it disingenuous to their 'devotion to the sacred cause of Parliamentary Reform, 'to coalesce 'with Mr. C. after his late formal annunci ation in the House,. " that he would oppose Parliament ary Reform so long as he lived." Cobbett therefore has re-commenced his vituperations against Mr. C. and all who have joined him, after such a'protestation. '.. We call the attention: of .our Readers to 'an Extract' from. The Examiner, (page 677, column '3,) irelating to an ebullition of the French National Guard of Paris. ' These troops' are a kind 'of volunteers' who receive no pay. The late attempt of...

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Mr. Canning's Account of Himself. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 October 1827

Mr., Canning's Accounn of Himself. €L. JAME?'s CIlRoONICLI.-Wc believe Mr. Canning, when he tells us, that in lS82 he contemplated the suc cession to the Premiership, though the Earl of..Liverpool is as young as he is; and again, when he assures us that, he ;regarded such unccession as his " inheritance " this view and this opinion are sufficiently proved by his dalliance with the Whigs, and his creation of a little Popish party in the Ministry. We believe Mr. Canning when i etenllsf ithatihe adVised tewformtion. faesi c elusively, ProtestantA3iabinet. b~oaitse',wiena (as: hqisays) -he gave:the .advice, .ie., knewr that7 it. would(~n: t i~ be :followed. .:?We' believer the' right thonourable gentleman whent he says, that ;he:neir from the first time that fMt. -Peel and be must:separate (by.thel latter,'goingý bt:iof -office),,because this: convidtion. :affords the 'only:hypo thesis by which his: urgency :with':Mr. Peel to remain can be explained. We :believe; that Mr, Canning:wrote ...

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

,.,. 1 ,? .1 1 . ., [ ' CHANTER.,. . 7_ l?S8 celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, wio, for size, .L symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co-, logy, will stand, this Season at the places and on the days: specified below---Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Road, on Mondays. Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta:and ' : Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, WVednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays.. Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms--,-Ten Dollars' each Mare, and. one Dollar to the Groom. .. . ., ,YOUNG .HECTOR. THIS celebrated Horse' will stand duiing the Season-. at the undermentioned places : viz. Mr. John Patrick's, Campbell Town. Mr. ;Thomas Colloghan's, Liverpool. Mr. SamuelBlacknian's,, Cobherty.. Mr. Matthew Highland's,rProspect.' Mr. Callaghan's, Appin. . : Young .Hecwr'was foririerly the property of Mr. Sat muel Blackman,: bnt now,belongs. to Mr. ,Colloghan. " He was got bhy. tha...

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

.. ?;oC which, for the presentyea, has just been received by -rns "-k • ,n AQ.B. ,SPARK, Hon. See ,,. B Y THE. LION, and .oi Bale, at ?. Whisn',s L21, Whitti 1Cde LinseedhO' . r .,,; ' . SSpirits of Trpentine / Wilndow' lass 10. 8 10-19 1o-14'and 16-G- . Wine Olasses, Tumblers and Decanters Witney Blanthe 10-4 11.4 l and 12-4 Counterpjanes /'~ - Canvas , .B OsniabrgiNs. . g. Blue cloth Jacket~ nd Trowsers. ' Dick rocks and Troweers Red baise Shirts and cotton do. - : ogether wilhlthe usudlibse tmet4 1f. abop d : : ANPE .,FROM, TIJI5 flARVEY . .LARGE Ievqstmept.:opfritisbt M ufacrac?e .wh .. are for S3ale at, the Sltorqs of M3u, c.Lr(d, l eqi Sept. 4. 817, . : ' ' ICE is hereby given, that· 4tl deibts''ude by'OIe ite Firm ofg ICELY, and" HIIDs0N will .be id'by Mr. Ftho~iatci'ly and al"claims o Maoe ,. Rtebtst and Efietts, dud or oi to'ile same, dol -be received by him; lhnth tatt a.er, thiu'date the .'busine will be conducdtd by 1)r. 'Matihei -Hi.nd6n,. on h'ls oeq'account. ' .' , ; ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

Arrivals.-On 1riday, the Schooner Prince Regent, from Bats-. via, Augusta 19. Lading 218 bags of sugar, 164 baskets dittro, 7A boxes of candles, 10 cases of wine (Hock). 4 The Ship Medway, Captain Wight, from London; and Hobart Town the 27th ult. being only six days coming up, Has disposed of the greater part of her cargo. Departures.--On Monday, the Governor Ready, for.the Isle of France. Passengers, Mrs. Holland, widow of the late Comm&a sioner Holland, Dr. Wilson, R. N. and Mr. Dawes. Yesterday, the Alligntor, for Port Macquarie. Projected Departures.--The Governor Phillip and Regent Birds for Port Macquarie and Moreton Bay. The Emma Kemp for Hobart Town, and Industry for the Society and Friendly fslands, on Saturday, The Triton for Batavia, on the 7th. and Elisabetl for England, on the 25th inst. REMAIN IN HARBOUR with H. M. S. Pandora-Hersey, Elisa beth, (Capt. Powditch) Alfred, Cambridge, Medway, Prince Re gent, and Ephemina. BARQUEsLedac Rolla, Pochlington, and Lynx. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

TrST'Oºened at John Brown's warehoue oppoite tse Lumdber Yard. ' . i A few cases of Mustard, and superior Blocking. ,,; Se:ptember 13, 1827. ' 1~T TICFE TO.BUTCHERS AND OTIHERS.-hMr. R. N .FITZGERALD, of Windsor, has a Fldck of Fat Wether Sheep to dispose of. Persons willing to purchase, may see them at- his Farm, on the new Richmond Roads near Black rTown. Windsor, Aug. 21st, 1827. W ANTED AT CLEVELAND HOUSE, a good farming VVMan to act as Overseer; also a Gardener and a Cook. Liberal Wages will be given to men of good character. None others. need apply. LANDED FROM THE HARVEY. A LARGE Investment of British Manufactures, which are for Sale at the Stores of Mr. S. Lord, Macqua rie Place. W. DAWES. Sept. 4. [827, TOTICE is hereby given, that all debts due by the late Firm of ICELY, and HINDSON, will be paid by Mr. Thomas Icely, and all claims of Money, Debts, and Effects, due or owing to the same, will be received by him; and that after this date the business will be conducted by Mr....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

To- uHE.E' DITOR OF T'IE MONITOR. SIR, Wnn? you So properly object" to abstracting from the' people the eijoyment.of the Domain, (and Mrs. ' Mdcquatie's Chair) some surprise 'is excited that yqu ridicule the notion of Squares il a l'own fou .a future, City, like Sydney- Tihe intended 'Cithedral. and square obmbined, would, indeed, have been an ornanmeir't for never was a Town so wilfully or Ignorantlymis planned. Levels hiave been tdiqregnrd'edi lelegance ridicnled, an4. even.conventen ce overloou:d;. S .. Yo Lr'e .e. , i R[ il

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

From the Morning Chronicle, May, 4th. THE new Oppositson are driving at the rate of fifteen miles an hour. Such noise and heat, God help us ! How long their strength will enable them to hold out is another affair. In the House of Peers last night, Lord Ellenborough, who has a mighty opinion of himself, and who, to do. him justice, has all the physical requi sites for a great orator, being merely deficient in the intellectual, gave notice that he should this day move for certain Returns, including the sums issued for Secret Service from 1820 to 1827, and the Expence of the Foreign Offiee. The object of the motion it cannot be very difficult to understand; and we are prepared for a few personalities in the style of those uttered by his re lative, Lord. Lodonderry, and himself .on Wednesday night.. To use the familiar phrase, we are only anxious that both of them may have rope enough. WE yesterday observed, that notwithstanding the subdued tone of Mr. PEEL on Tursday night, it required...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

,ýii'ý.:: a 7iiEBMOENDUIM FOR THEENSUINWG WEREK. S SUN sres 49 .minutes after 5. J' I I High Water, 15mIn; past 5 Morn.--43midi past 5 Ev. b..| Sun sets 12 min. past 6. High Water, 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past.6 Ev. 1 High Water, 13 min: past 7. Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev. Day increased 2 hours and 42 minutes. SHigh Water 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Nt. SFull Moon 24 min. past Noon. "High Water 30 min. past 9 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Nt. v Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 11 min 32 sec. before 12 mean time. SI17th. Sunday after Trinity. aI w High Water 5 min. past 10.Morn.-26, min. past 10 Nt. X j o High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn.-11 at Night. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7" IN THE MORNING, 12'AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENINO RESPEC TI VELY. MONDAY ........... 52 74 66 Fine. TousDAY .;....... 50. I 70 60, Do. . WEyDNESDAY...... 54 76 70 Do. 1'nlURSDAY ...... 59 78 70 Very Warm P?1UAY............ ..60 80 76 .Do. SATURDAY ...... 65 ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

-C ~¶4 ?nd ORTO1O. W tetlo. Fruiterers, King Street, beg leave to Infolbi their Friendsand the. R- blic, that they have always on lanid every description t itsn- their .Season, of unexceptionable qualities, which they offer upon the most reasonable terms.. Shipphig' supplied with Fruit and Poultry on the shortest notice. TO CAPITALISTS, MERCHAN CS, TRADESMEN, &c. And prticularly to those who wish, to commence Tlrade in a pro ftable and well connected Business, AN Opportunity now presents itself, which may never A . occur again, of the sale by Public Auction on the 16th of October next, of the whole of those most va r uable extensive and commanding Premises, called.the L?ndon Tavern, opposite to the Police Office, which in point of Situation, Convenience, and substantial buil ding are not to be equalled in the Colony. No expense or pains have been spared by the present Proprietor, to render the above most valuable.. and desirable Premises,, in every respect complete ; and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

CHANTER. T HIS 'celebrated CChesnut" Coach 'Hrse, :whoi for si e, symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co lohy, will stand this. Season at the placts and on the days .:pecified below--Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Road, on Mondays. Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and Mr. Hugh Kelly'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 each Mare, and oneDollar to the Groom. . YOJNNG HECTOR. T HIS celebrated Horse. will stand during the Season . at the itmnderment6iie plaices : vyi.- Mr. John P'atrick's, Campbell Town. Mr. 'Ihonma.'tolloghan's,.Liverpool. Mr. SamuerBlackman's Cobheity. Mr. Matthevt rHighland'sgProspeeý, :.. F. Mr. tan lghari's, Appin. cr Young Hector' was formerly the pi0i~ty oF' : Sair ' muel Blackman, bnt now belongs to Mr. Colloghan. He was got by that well-known Blood Horse Hector out of a thoroug...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

SY'DNEY MARKETS. A reduction' has taken place in the price of Flour; it is likely however to remain at, its present prices. The large consumers of Wheat find their demands supplied from the South consequently there is little speculation among our growers, who have lately become very slack in their attendance. The chief request is for Maize and Barley. The former is not plentiful, and there is a general call for sound Grain of this description. Barley is mostly wanted by the Brewers. The Market this day was but thinly attended. Poultry and Dairy produce continue dear. The supplies from the garden also are small and high priced. There is a good deal of. speculation among the Graziers at this time. Meat does not vary, but the Contractors are on the look-out. Average price of Wheat 4s. to 5s. per Bushel.-Maize 6s. to 7s.--Barley 6. 6d.---Oats 3s. 4d. to. 3s. 9d.-Fine.Flour, 13s. sterling per 100 lbs.--Second do. 10s,--Bread 4d. per Loaf.-Beef, Eby the Carcase) a3d. per lb.--(by the Join...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. Le[?]table State of Political Parties. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

3WMI THE TL F THEE 6thG. OF M4Y. L mmhrk Slate of Politica4 pParfsea. Jr PoA.--There is certainly in the state of itical parties at the present moment, much to excite n mand much, we are obliged to add, also, calcul ato produce anxi??iety and e et. We behold the Whigs flattering arounmd the PrimeMiliister of England, jieagoths around a candle, destroying themselves as fis regards their ordinary and most onatyial f iction's as a Parliamentary Opposition, in the blaze of his newly caired greatness, and obscuring, at the same time, tiee ipledi6dr which they seem to worship. We behold theoirst Minister of the British CrOwn, on the other hand, courting the homage and pupport.bf mnin (some of them the bosom friends.of convictd 'rait6rs), to wards whom his whole political.life has been one scene of conflict and defiance, and ostentatiously putting for ward their-confidence and attachment as a title to. the )confidence and attachment of the country. This state of things.is much too unniaatu...

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Domestic Intelligence resumed. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

Sspr ule 4ýin bad. bleSigrantedLrest fqtme#,og i s zto $iv czupe,why thibib i ti tei' 41the Ifoll6wiog aptiniby~shpul not pay costs, speciaftelictd? ada+ l e'ein fhubd, i fdrl .the -De f it?'i?. Calibel;, i.: el~tikdbe--Raineand Co. v, the =-T;. H.' .fabih, v. te' same-»tiad Raeine and Co. v. These.. causes were of long standing, having. bteetiele in: 1$25: It .was contended by' Mr. Moore. fa trb -ldeAep?ndants, thatthe actions against the Colonial TtCaurer were of a private nature, and also .that against dlid~?avil'Office2r for the recovery of certain spirits and tabqcco, so that; although they were brought officially a?gaist ~tpwn Qlfiqrs they were in the: common forms of,,?usmpsit pnd Trover.. *. -xEsgTWoRna ..quoted? the, Act of Henry 8th l '*hich;says, the King hall neither pay nor-receive costs. lultock on .Costs 'maintained the same principle. A s ieal verdict in'the opinion of the Law Authorities was as much for the good of Plaintiff as the Defendant. .T as CBLF JUSTIE. regr...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER' 4, 1827. WE have felt much distressed to learn, that notwith standing all that was urged against the late Colonial Acts which were passed against the Press of New South Wales, Lieutenant-Governor Arthur has induced the Legislative Council of Van Dieman's Land to pass similar Acts. against the Press of Hobart Town. In looking over the new Acts of the Tasmanian Govern ment, a crowd of painful 'ideas rush into our minds, which we shall now give vent to, with all the discretion anil temper we can command. The subject indeed is too serious to be handled in any other than in the most solemn manner; for even though we were not under apprehensions of being visited with a like calamity in Sydney, we should, as we are bound to do, feel most deeply for our brother sufferers in the Sister Colony. Wz hardly know which thought to utter first. That some kind of rule and method however may be preser ved by us, we will take up The Hobart Town Gazette of the 22...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 October 1827

DOMESTIC INTE.LL.GENCE. WE learn, that the applications from parents who can afford to pay for the board and clothes of their daughters,to the Secretary of the School of Industry, are so numerous, that the Committee of managemrent are going to .remove, the Establishment to the great School-house in Castlereagh Street, and that the pub lic free day-school is to. be removed to the present House of Industry. No public notice to the Inhabi tants has ever yet been made'6y authority, " that there is such a thing in existence, as the public- free day-school in Castlereagh Street, where the children of the poor are educated gratis, in reading, writing, and arithme tic, &c. &c. We are surprised The, Venerable .the Archdeacon 'does not do :this ; and, when he does it let him press at the same time upon the attention of the' poor of Sydney, the duty they lie under to God and man, to avail themselves of so admirable an Insti:ution as" the said free day-school ; and the great obl...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 October 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. TaE Directors of the East India Company have invi ted all his Majesty's Ministers to a, grand banquet which is to be given to. Sir: John Malcolm, at the Albion Tavern, on the 13th instant. The order for the dinner is upon the most liberal and expensive scale possible. One hundred and fifty Noblemen and Gentlemen of the highest rank and consideration in the country are invited to this febat. - CONSIDERABLE uneasiness has been excited during the last week among the friends of Mr. Moore. He, discharged the debt, we understand for which he was in imprisonment at the suit of Sir. J. 'Perring, the, banker, but has not since been seen in London;- nor have any satisfactory answers been given at his resi dence, to the inquiries of his numerous friends and ace quaintances (anxious as to the state of his health and circumstances), as to the cause of his absence, or the. place of his retirement. ON the authority of a private letter from Paris, Mo1o thblon and Marchand are...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 October 1827

drrival.-Nonm since our last. Departures.-Yesterday the Emma Kemp. for Hobart Town, lading 250 bags sugar, 6 casks wine &c. . Projected Departures.-The Indastry, for. the Friendfly, and Society Islands. This day the Triton, for Batavia, Governor PAil lpp and Regent Bird, for rort Miacquarie and Moreton Bay, don the 9th, Maderia Packet, for Port Dalrymnple, on -the 12th, thi Rolla, for L.ondon, via Macquarie hlaadr- on the '20th, .lizatbetA for London on the25th., inst. . , C REMaIAN IN HARBOUR with H. M. S..-Pandora-lfervey, Jli.e heth, (Capt. Powditch) 4lfred, Cambridge,; Medway,. Prince Re-. gent, and Ephenina. BARQUES Leda, Rolla, Pocklingtovs, and Lyn~,r. BlRIGS Ri1ei, Wellington, Amity, and Lord Rodney. ScaooN-' nRs, I Prinmi Regent, Darling, AMaderif Packet, Brisbane, ande` Henry. CuTrERS Currency 4.ass, Sally, Speedwell, and Revenue Cutter, Dart.

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