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COBBETT'S CORN. TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER: Barn Elm Farm, 18th Nov. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

COBBETl'a CORN. TO. TUE READERS OP THE REGISTER: Barn Elm Farm, 18th Nov. 1828. MFRIENDS... On this, as great.a subject, with regard .t0. the people of this Ecountry as ever 'en gaged my mind, tongue, or pen, . address myself to you, from a sense of justice :to you as well as myself. To ;he nation; or;to the . public, as it is called, I owe not so: mnch as the value of a lump of dough equal in weight to one of the hairs of my head. ILowe them, inothing ; and, if I. bad been as vitndictive towards them, as -many of them have been towardsme, I should, when I had made this discovery by experiment, hav6 hidden the fact in my own bosom, as an ill treated and oppressed labourer does when he quietJy.puts his foot upon the:. nest of the pb isptfo orp ritdg: Fo YOQU, I o g' a great deal; yu ave been, the encourag. nigpcompanions of my studies; your.faith ful adherence, ;amidst all the calumnies .you have had .to endure, has been a source of great consolation to me; and therefore, on this imp...

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([?] Continued.) COLLEGE OF PICTOU—CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND CHURCH OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

COLLEGR OF )'ICTOU-.C TJ 'The Higb .Chuvkt binroEf 1su .bztthrn,1bq'Tdliei; & thougl' ey have= ' piomoted azid. enrced uit y'tape fýI a IWrance and persecution, yet-they are as vehement in the'ii invectives against;'the'persecution of thw 'Protestantsaby the 'popish iQueen Mary,. asl their own Church were entirely innocent of sig. milar cruelty, and as if they had succeeded in suppressing and extinguishing all !:nowkldgo "tf, the more modern Wand recen`. and far mor bloody persecution carried on by the church at. England during the reig~ns of Ch(iýles he Seco & . and Jamns the Second, against the Sottish .Preyr byterians, 'for _xtirpating 5rssbyt' enistn in. Scotland,'and for compelliaj the bcottish nati n to adopt the forms and ceremronhis, with all "tf servile dogmas and prentices of the High ChuIch -of Englund. By the most 'impartial h'itorlans of these times,and the most autheiintic donmncnt , it has been shown, that for English Protestant who fell a victim to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

WINTER GOODS JERUSALEM: WAREHOUSE. NI addition to the extensive stock of goods . already advertised, the undersigned has just received per Jane, an excellent. pssort ment of black stuffs, very wide, both twiil'd and plain, also coloured stuffs in great vari ety, likewise an assortment ut superior cor* duroys light-coloured. gA few pieces of whitedo. for Goatlemen's small clothes ; A few. pieces of dark speckled uncut velveteens, very wide A large assortment of Witney blankets in small packages to suit Settlers or dealers The whole of these goods in the above Warehouse, will be sold at low prices for sash. Imitation Leghorn bonnets, white and Leghorn colours very good at 7s. 6d. each, good black bonnets at S.. Gd. each. JAMES SIMMONS.

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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 RESPECTIVELT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WERE. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAREN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTEVELY. un I gg High Water, 41 In. p.7 Morn.-8 at night. S .... High Water, 15 m. p. 8 morn H N High Water, 30 m. p 8 Morn.-54 m.,p. 8 Nt New Moon, 54 m. p. 3 Morn. cfo High Water, 15 m* p. 9 Morn--37 m. p. 9 Af t. 4I High Water, 10 in the Morn.-20 m. p. 10 a I H I High Water, 35 in. p. 10 Morn-48 m. p. 10 LHigh Water, 11 Im. p. 11more.-27 m ilNS Sun rises. 6 m __. 7-sets 54 In. p.4 FRIDAY .......... 507054 S. E. Showery SATURDAY ......... 507256 N. W, Fair SUNDAY ........... 5070 54 Do.. Do.. MONDAY .......... 5273 52 Do. Do. TUESDAY ........., 5070 54 Do. Dot WEDNESDAY ... .. 4968'50 Do, Do. THuRSDAY ....... 49[69 52 Do. Do:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

TO CAPITALSTS. IAT old-established PUBLIC HOUSE, known as the ,4 B UNCU of GRAPfhS, r CORNER OF PITT AND KING-STREETS, FOR SLE - ON REASONABLE AND LIDERAR.L TERMS. Application to be made to the Proprietor, Mr. W. HODGES, No. 22, Kent-street. o' The above valuable Property is a Grant from the Crowe, 30tb May, 1829. AN ADVANTAGEOUS OPP ORTU ITY NOW 'OFFERS ITSELF TO EMIGRANT SETTLERS. A FARM of 250 Acres, (of which 150 are already cleared) situated at Epping, 45 miles from Sydney, with `a large House, Barn, Out-houses, Oicbard, and sin Paddocks, the whole of which are fenced in, and well e)wfn to be the best Estate about Epping'; acd is to' ..1 'eat .thae ob ý ant f £ 1po Sterling per Annum; or, if Sold, to prevent trouble, the lowest Price will be £500 Ster ling. For further particulars, apply to the Pro. prietor. M8. Georee-street. PITT-STREET, Opposite Mr. Foss's, Apothecary and Druggist. F AM [LIES accommodated with BOARD and LODGING, on the most moderate Terms, by paying their Bi...

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HALL, ATS. REX. Ex-office Information for libel. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

IDWARID SMnITU lALL, maketh ,oaath and saith, that in 'havig published the follow ing paragraph in his Joutrnul, called The Sydney Monitov, on the 22ud November lasts to with * Suffice It to say, Wi consider the article, which the military Jury, selected by the Governor, were pleased to pronounrie libellous, a fair and just comment on the public acts, of a public man, and of which we feel proud, and shall be complimented thereon, when Veritas's production will be read (if ever it be read hence) with scorn. With respect to our Criminal Court Juries, we will here take the opportunity to observe, " that the custom used to be, to take the otficers of the garrison in rotation, according to a course of order called a roaster. This was a methord which, for the sake of greater delicacy we suppose, f:rrnier Governors adopted. But his present Ex cellency has been pleased lately to cross ournamen of officers on the list of Jurors, when it has been his " Ex cclency's pleasure ," by which such o...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

4rr~t'nr---On M~ond :-y, the Lord £~rrpooi fg~irm Newca tic the~ 22 instant, viithi co~ale. Brame i the Emma 1 e:np, fro~n the P-cm pl cc, at the 8nn time, and with thec c;r:e cap ;o. on T hurdny, t,~ Mfar~y Etizabeth, from ~ioi~c n a:y .the A h ihcse. nTntL Port PMncquaaic t he 2i3Zh,, v ith i3 lfllfldh'5 bf cngern from PMorctori Dy,. ý''r; in~ter mid chjilj V)epartnres--Oni 1londhy lGthe tie c, Icr C/ard ý~~, for Launceston, with cundirie . Snnc, day, 11e0 Zrj Liverpool and , mma Kecmp, both for Ntcwcaistk ,. wilib pSeieflgerS and baUlttt. SYDNEY MARK~ETS -W heat from IAA: . per bushel8 MlaQ 59. 5.r du,. FlourW t

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The following are the alleged libels. REX (AT INSTANCE OF GOVERNOR DARLING,) v. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

-a-- The following are the alleged libels. REX (AT 3NSTANCB OP, OGOvE *NO3 DAULfN(a,) 04 Suffice it to say, we consider the article, which the, military Jury selected by the Governor, were pleased to pronounce libellous, a fair and just com ment on the public acts of a publie man,. and of which we feel proud; and shall be complimented thereon, when Veritas's production will be read (if ever it be read hence) with scornr. With respect to..our'Crimi nal Court Juries, we will here take the opportunity to observe, that the custom used to be, to take the officers of the garrison in rotation, according to a course of order called'a rdaster. This was the me thod which, for the sake of greater delicacy we sup pose, former Governors adopted. But his present Excellency has been pleased lately to cross out the names of officers on the list of Jurors, when it has been his ".Excellency's pleasure;" by which such officers sit on the Juries now-a-days, as the Gover nor approves. To-be convicted of...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

"More than three weeks transpired before the 5oltoing answer came through .Mr, M'Leay's Ofilice. ý* Sin,-I a-m directed by the Governor to ac. 'knowledge the receipt of your letter of fie 12th alimno, addressed to His Excellency, applying for a Granm of Lan d, and to inform you, that reference .has been made to the" report of the Land Board on your former application, which led to the coin mnunication of the 9th June last, and His Ex tellency regrets that be can only repeat,- that un der the existing Regulations which the Govern. ment' have found it necessary adopt,. It is not in his " powrer to make any other communication to you than that which you have already re Eceived.' (Signed) ALEXANDER M'LEAY." "To Mr, J. D. Shelly Thus the matter rests, and thus' circumstanced, rontinuing still without letters at the end of ten months, and obliged to dispote of my personal effects to secure myself from pres'nt debt; I find it necessary to maho these allegations Ripon oath, ihat I may i.e e...

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MR. FRENCH'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

r Ma. +R1 ENH'S SPEýCH. We copy the following speeeh ofMr French from the Morning herald, London News. paper, because tbiO speech expresses the feelings aind opinions of all the Catholics in England, `Ireland, and Scotland, with the sole exceptionof those who want what they call emancipation, for the purpose of getting their hanns in amongst the taxes. The Ctn. tholic aristocracy, and the greater part of the Catholic lawyers are of this description. Mr. French has thus made hit protest against them; and the Morning Herald has done him justice to make this protest public. FRIENDS OF CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. Yesterday evening, a monthly Meeting of the Members of this Society took place, at the Mechanics' Institution, Southampton buildings. Mr. French having taken the chair, ad dressed the Meeting as follows:-Gentlemen, 1 never seat myself in this Chair, at your invitation, without feeling, however small the audience, 'something like a sentiment of pride, conscious as I am, that, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

1r, A P tie~ ocwcpied es. ,ctrat ~stiabhi 0 G"rgestreet, (.util he can procure. a more e6Atmodiotts lace) where he intends keep. .ing on sale, adupply. of the best butcher'p .meat and ,dairy. produce; the .arrangements Ie has entered mnto with.some of the pinci. pal grazing and, dairy establishments in the colony, will, he trusts, entitle him to a smare o f their support and. patronage. N. B.-Slhipp ng supplied with all kinds of live stock, compressed bay, corn, &c. LORD ,WIV RPOOL, PACKET. h. HE heavy outstanding accounts due for .5.. freight and passage, per the Lord Liver poot Packet, and which are daily increasing make it imperative on the Owners to reduce the rates. far Cash.. They thcrefore hereby give notice, that from and after. the 1st, of June neit,. the " passage-to Newcastle,, will be reduced from 32s. Gd. to 30s, which is to be pald on the embarkation of each person, and the freight of any goods before delivery. ON.ON SALL. A T the Stores .of the late Mr. J. M'Q...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. MONDAY JUNE 1. 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

TIM SYDNEY MONI OR. MONDAY JUNE 1, 1829. Ws have this week to pay a tax, to which Editors are liable, namely, by apologising to a certain public body, for our having-made allegations, which on more authentic informa tion, we find were incorrect. In our last we stated, that our Agricultural Society is tented to make no Report this year, on ac count of the deplorable state of the country, this being the third year of an afflicting drought. This information we received from a Gentleman who resides on and cul tivates his own estate, and we considered it correct.: Our friend however, was mis informed, consequently our assertions were erroneous. We have therefore now to ex- press our sorrow, ?for having thus been led to impute to the Society in question, actions and motives of which they are innocent; but we trust, we shall be exonerated from all intentional blame y for we can assure the Society, and every other individual in the Colony, who may at any time be the subject of our stricture...

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COBBETT'S CORN. To the Editor of the Morning Herald Barn Elm Farm, 17th November, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

COBBETT'S CORN. To the Editor of the Morning Herald. Barn Elm Farm, 17th November, 1828. I will offer no apology for requesting you to insert this letter in your paper; because, to do that in a case like this, would be to infer, that you wanted some other motive than that of a desire to make your columns useful to the public in general, and your readers in particular. . I shall be compelled to tresspass upon you to a consideraje length, but I trust, the importance of the matter will not be found insufficient to justify the space required for that which I shall think it necessary to say upon it. I am, about to give you a statement of the AMOUNT OF MY CROP, and when I have done that,. to describe as succinctly as I can, the book upon this subject, which I have now nearly finished; and, I do this with a perfect assurance, that, though you may have to pay the tax' upon it as an adver tisement, you will not reject the letter on that account ; because, every one must be convinced, that it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

4 will Inform your Wihe where yen 4 befmund, or by 'yhat mneaos sebe a letter to you, she will comnmu-m Q ething highly to your spda'itage. at present no cause to be ofra 1of g'frward, for there-is nothing what , 'fear; but much longer .delay ilgi dc4 with serious consequences. A. let-," iddreseed to the care of the Editor of tle tiey Gazette, will be safely and honorably jieed. ed. May. 23. 1529. I' ARRIVALS. J SALE, at PETER QLTIGLEY'S, I)corner of Market-street, at reduced prices, for ready money only, the following rior Articles ; uperfine black and blue cloth kahionable drab and Oxford grey surtont coatS A variety of black and blue coats, pests and trowsers At elegant assortment of fancy waisteoats Gentlegnen' white superfine shirts A large quantity of gentlemens ragatta striped shirts of the best quality Superfine London hats of the very best fa bric and texture Wadiese elegant robes Shirting and stockings Counterpanes and linen ticking Gentlemens' cotton drawers ylannel and f...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 June 1829

1i.n method proposed by the committee of the : ouse of Commons to obtin subjects for die tzou is a lia piermtting the bodies of those vbo die in woakhouses, hospitals, and prisons, sp4 which, after a certain enriod, are \unclaimed ' their relations, to by elevered over to any tecrer of a: a:toZ : u r z r:anee, that after I . mtination teli cann UL duyiter h have f .u ;e;p ,ý-. ne grmed °"^i th°" m. The late .. . am3r-noe is ,-ao-Zeý to have died ex-eedingl achR umu viit hwv almost lw a s C::ag erates :} d 'atc his pr o perty at no less than seven hundred thoucsand pounds ! his low tenure of ofice, cud his unos tenOtatious and simple mode of lifo, will lessen oar surprise at this i usense accumulation, if it eally exist. Vie are sorry to learn, from pretty 0o authority, that the widowed Countess, hose exemplary teriderness during his protracted d harrassing illness, v was the admiration of tery one who hid an opportunity of witnessing derives no pecuniary advantage by the Earl's d2ec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

ll.oid.-established'P. BLIC HOUSE, aow Ro the BUNC tof GR4PE,' Sj;fAdONABiEL N'D LI s RAL TERMS. o. .e made to the Proprietor, SgrP. '"V.~110 O .ES, No. 2, . rent.atreet 4+_,The .bo.e valuable Property is'a 'Grant from the Crown. ; 1tb May, 1829 J ANTS. A SITUATION, O YrOUNG MAN of excellent character, L who understatids book-keeping is all' SebFranches, wishes to .btain a situation as -Cletk in some mercantilelouse where he Sake himself generally useful. Salary. no object. aplicaion to be made at the Monitor i•ce I DRY 'CELI.AR .TO 'LET. O Let, a dry cellar,30 by , and seeo t ]in height..o. ?,.". : Apply at the Syd?ey Monito Orlice. TO LET. SURNISHED LODGINGS to LET. A pl at Cook and Marshall's, No. So., GeoQe.stteet,. nept to the Australian JreýCr-y " ~: wIi E C~L VOVER SEED. = , SMALL Quantity of excellent Dutch h~Seed on Sale, at the Stores of tames ", ectington 1& ff F NEW 6011'O I 1-WALES .29th May, 1829. \ýi T c MEI.ET[NG of the PROPRIE'TORS J of, STOCK in this Bank, ...

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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, 3d May, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

DeIpg is art wltte:r STONW UP RISH S ALT POiR 3 -Iron boutd* Barrels or. if Smafrtdl'to keep good fo :ýi- "".ste.tdtoet :transmits their i? ? . Of r sealed and endorx, "' bytwelre o'Clock of , . btanL The Value of the Pac:=:;+s i t: e.::. h: Price of the meat, whiih t u,, and submitted to the i?cI ' o a y at ta?. - voy. Eeach Tender taius c. , cc omn at -, . m?i from-some person of Ebthi:ity, wh:+o as :.:. Pa be+• come surety for its due fulfiztien t. . JAuSIe DLET S D7-1. C011 GE . G-1 A question will naturally arise in the miimnd of every thinking person whlo wishles well to the Colony, and especially of ev ery thinlki g grazt er, whose cattle within these two years hks iil len twp thirds in price, and his land in propoel tion;. we say every thinking man in the Coloiy when he s' w this advertisement, ponderedc: thiy: matter over in his own mind as folo a . . ... 1st. That Mir. Laidley is either dire?ted by, the Lords of the Treasury to purchase 'olont. meat for the supply of the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

Subscribers to this Journal on resigning it, wilt have to' pay for the renmhinder of the quarter, whether they choose to receive it or not. Quarter days end the 31st Marchl, 30th June, 30th 'Septembcr,.and3l1st' December respectively. Advertisements sent' to this offcer must specify on the face of them,, the number of times -'they dre to be. advertised, otherwise, they will be -ontinucd until countermanded. The public are cautioned to pay tzo money, not mahe any settlement on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED receipt,. signed by him in his own proper hand writing. M oney paid on his account without such receipt, will not be given credit for, nor ackftnowledged in any way. We beg .to inform our SubTcrt1Te r both in town and country,they'urest consider the nearvery of thcir News papery by. us to thys Post-master in Srdney, as regarde ourfriends up the country, and to our news-carritrs as regards our friends in Town, .a valid delivery to them in law...

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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 — 6 June 1829

MsMORANDIUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEBIG. VRRIATIONS. OF TI1EUT1IOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TIIE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN TIIE EVENING RESPECTIVEIY. SIr High Water, 41 mr. p. 7 I'orn.-8 at night. at [ High Water, 15 m. p.8 morn Whit Monday. n High \Water, 10 m:p 12 Morn.-31 m. p. 12 I i 1st Quarter of Mloon, 28 m. p. 11 Nt. So, j High Water, 6,n." p. 11Morn.--37 m. 1. k " Aft. dI ." f I lHirh Water, 2 in t-e Morn.-28 m. p. 2 r ( j High Water, 59 m p. 2 Morn-.-32 in. p. 3 High Water,.5 mi. p. 4mnorr.--36 m p 4 Aft. tri 5 1 Sun rises. 8 m p. 7-se ts 52 in. p.4 FRIDAY ............. 507054 . E. Showery SATURDAY . ........50 7256 N. W. Fair SUNDAY ,..*, ...... 50 70 54 Do. Do. MoNDAY ............ 527352 D1)o. Do. TUESDAY ......... 50 70 54 Do.. DoI WEDNRSDAY ...... 49 16850Do.. Do. TIUnasDAY ...... 49 9i 52 Do. Do..

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 6, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

'WHF SYDl?'E MONI oO0 'SAT'URDAY AFTERNOON, 'JUNE 6, 1829.. ON Thursday. the. 7th ult. appeared in the Sydney. Gazette for th. first thime the following advertisemen? ".

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