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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

THa i H ouse of Commons .would not acquiesce in Mr. Hpme's .otion for information respecting the late barbarons doings in India. 'This was expected. It was not 'likely that an inquiry would be ordered respect ing a rmassacre at 13arracpore, ten thousand miles off, when that still more atrocious one among ourselves at Manchester was not only suffered to pass with impunity, but even justified. No; justice will ever be properiy administered abuoad, until its rule is duly established at home ; but ?lr. Hume has done his duty, nevertheless, in exposing the abominable transaction. Tas decla.ation put forth and repeated by Sir Francis Burdett during the .recent discussions on the, Corn Laws, has cexcited mnch regret among the friends .of the Hon. Member for Westminster; for they think they perceive in it, a.singallar departure from that disinter ested principle .efaction, which has long and so honour ably guided his ,public conduct. Sir Francis unequivo cally declares, hbat the wsould not ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR.   SIR.     One of the Stewards of the Parramatta Races called at my house, and afterwards at the office, begging as a special favour, that I would allow my Printers to sit up till 11 o'Clock to print some Racing Calendars to go off by Coach the next morning. Accordingly I did so. The Racing Calendars however never came, and the Printers went to bed at 12 o'Clock. Next day, to my surprise, I saw Racing Calendars handed about " Printed by George Little," a name not registered in the office of the Secretary of the Colony; consequently, besides the said Steward having behaved in a very unhandsome manner to me, he was the means. of inducing another person to act in an "illegal" manner. I am, Sir, Your's, &c. A. HILL.   Rose and Crown, Oct. 8th, 1827.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

Tn? letter of X. Y. Z. (n the 'Australian of the 5th Instant.) is the usual claret and chumpaigne style of the lively ingenious and sanguinely patriotic writer.; but, unhappy the man who emigrates to.N. S. Wales, under the idea, that this is ,indeed the delicious pav'd with-gold Colony, our over-zealous Anglo-Australian friend represents' it ! Nothing but " englidh gcntlcme;r" and " parks" and " independence in five or six years' and estates, which to traverse would be found ". a very long walk before dinner" is the extatic ravishing langunge -.f this Colonist ! " You who think it a good ride fromn " Hyde Park Corner, to Hounslow Heath, may not be. " aware,. that it is exactly the same distance .round " each of our farms in N. S. Wales." Bravo ! X. Y. Z. ! Yout ought to-have all the medals -of the Austra lian Agricultural Society awarded you for your ultra patriotism ! But beware-Oh beware ! ye simple cockneys and' others, who with Capitals-of from £200. to £1000, adventure with wiv...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

DOIMESTIC INTELLIGENCE:. LiTTLE business came before the Windsor\ Quarter Session. The whole was despatched in about four .hburs: Messrs Rowe nud Unwin were retained, in' saome cases. As crime becomes less frequent, virtue aud morality must be presumed to be gaining ground. r[ General Darling did hitman-inji?y when' they proiposed ..at.the.greartAgriop Itura ,Dinbe;th.; ot;er. day, ,t&ac company.the loyal drii?iing o. his health, as the King's cs Representative in these Colonies, with `speciadltol~ens of •, personal esteem, and approbation of his GovernmezVt. n General Darling,, as:a, man of the world, must lba~e · despised the.Colonists;in his heart, for. pretending to like his administration. He must be.aware, that tle,.J e o Secretary for the Colonies having laid upon him" tiJe c" odious burthen of introducing a policy into N. S. Wailer. rl which, while it injures thousands, does 'no.good, 't~ 1e any, save to placemen and salary receivers, and be.un wittingly having accep...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS.'! THE prices of Grain have begun to mend, and may be expected to'become gradually better. Maize is very scarce, and likely to be a paving commodity. There were buit' tiv6 sacks of Oats in the Market, which is;the more to be regret-i ted, on account of the, very. partial supply of Indian'Corn.. Owing to the recent importations of Butter tfromi the Cape, io lack of this' article, was observable on Thursday: it riowever Supheld its usual price, and the sale of Coloniial,Butter expe. rienced no depression. .The supply of green fodder, though, it does not keep pace with the growing necessitjes of the. town, has evidently become a principal brancli of speculationi with the Suburbians, who have also paid a due regard,to our' wants of esculent vegetables. Potatoes, in particular,.are' good, and the proceeds of themh propou?tioniably so. . Cab bage, Turnips, and all the eteeteres of the fruit-and kitchen' garden, were to be seen ranged, in due order, in, greater. or. less qua...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

· Taw foreign news of the week is of noimjpprtIoej-; indeed all the foreign Cabiniets seem in a.stte. of ` ia-, tirity, and are more intent uipon domestic interests thtai n on.any of those matters- which might lead to. embnroil Europe in a new war. The French Minister ..seemst satisfied with raising his Five per Cents, 'to the unpre-; i cedented price-of 104, and his Three per Centst .to 6 Y. This is certainly a triumph of Finance never etpeeted by France. In the mean time, the trade and comihercei of that country are' certainly on the increase, and,i tsj an instrument, and the only valuable instrument;1i : whereby to support her commerce, France has mutin?? -directed .her.attention to. her naval marines, " No "leesw sum than eix.ntillibns- sterling was dedicated to- th1?i serviee during the last year. :THE politics of Madrid and Portugal seem. to have i made very little impression upon the foreign Cabinetsa; whilst they have been permitted to alarm and agitate lus nmuch beyond thei...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

-}ý' s Mag~~sk;Eandits ds utiisted ftohs Page 67x.) i'ce' .. e'rohfre'·hiirgs hiicW qo -mana can1 rcapiby no b tpoppry; al. though poachers (as they are called) do -.not read Blackstone's commentaries, `they! 'io1 that such animals as are of a rwiJlt -nd. utp p1eaple disposition, say man may seize upon and keep for his owt Use ~aina pue.??.r ' e "Ai. these'thinizg so' long as they Yemaln in ," eseione e irj `at hbas i?'i$b to e?ijoy Without. .ibsrb ce, uit .f',once t>.ey escape, fron, his' Cs " todyo? , he .voluntarily ;aban4d? s the age f .t othe. , "they return to the common stock,- and any. man else " as .a n- e ual 'right to seize and enjoy them after "ir?the Second Book and Twenty-sixth Chapter of Bla i'oine the .poacher mtight' read is follows: " With 4" regard liewise to ,wild animals, i?tl mankind had by " the original grant pf the Creator, a right to pursue and w' take away-any. fowlor insect of. the air, any fish or " inhabitant of the waters, and any beapt or reptile o...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

IT always :gives us gratification to hear the pre 'sent Attorney-General speak in the behalf of the Lord Chanctdlor, because that learned Gentleman never opens his mouth without calling forth the natural but severe 'refection, " and this man Lord Eldon promoted !" Thus while he is his Lordship's eulogist, he- is in effect his .satirist; and while :he praises his every measure, out of, -his own lips he furnishes at least one single exception to the general rule of wisdom. Judging of the tree by its fruits, what shall we say of the system of patronage whioh produces an Attorney-General Wetherall ? The example is stdiking', illustrative .of Mr. Brougham's re marks on the scheme.of the worthy Lord Eldon's pro .motions. It is an abortion,,happily not still-born, which speaks the merits of itssorigin. On Tuesday, this learned person gave us ocasion to admire at once the delicacy and the discreetness of his advocacy. "Now it was clear,," said he (with reference to the suggested separation ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

N -N .T- B xAY E - XTCHEREAS on the Night of the 22d of September, ? ? ?e~iy. -?iI: c-M6?|?tf'?:the-":;:?3d? 'TWO? MARES, one a Bright Bay, 4 years old, "branded under the mane G B. Also, a Dark Chesnut Mare, branded on the near sFIauildeer iTR,: . A~ iRe:vard ofi Eight Dollars will be given to whoever shall bring the said-Mares to the undersigned; or if Stolen, Fifty Dollars witl be given to any Person or Persons, who shall give such 'Informationi' a will'lead to the conviction'of the Parties concerned.--If found 'in the Possession of any Person after this"Notice, they will be dealt with as the Law directs. GEORGE BROWN. Ship Inn, Liverpool, 29th Sept. 1827. H.*rfEE Proprietor of the King's Head at Penrith, begs . leave to return his most sincere thianks for the liberal encouragement he has recived, and acquaints those gentlemen travelling on the Mountains, that he has added three- rooms to his Building, where every attention will, be paid to their accomodation and comfort; and for...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

CHANTER. SIS celebrated Chesnut Coach HBrse, whdi*fbt ale, J symietry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Cog lony, will stand this Season at the places and o!i the days specified below-Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Road; on 1Mondays, Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. AMr. J. Smiths Cross Kegs Parramatta and Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr.' Di Smallwood's, Pitt Town; Thuradays. Mr. John Town's Richmtond, Fridas. Mr. John Harris, Nepean. Saturdays. Terms-Ten Dollars each Ma1re, and onie Do~llbr. to the Groom. YOUNG HECTOR. T HIi S celebrated Horse will stand during the Sea~on at the undermentioned places : viz.- Mr. John Patrick's, Camptell Town, Mit. Thomas Colloghan's; Liverpool. Mr. Samuel Blacknid?n's, Cobherty. Mir Mdtthewv Highlanrd's, Prospect. Mr. Callagian's, Appin. Yorling Hector was formerly the probperty of Mr. - rquel Blackman, bnt ,now .belongs. to Mr., Collog an. He was got by that' well-known Blood Horse Hector out of a thorough bred;B...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

TMPOUNDED, at Camden, a Black1t ORS , tiian JI ded J under the saddle, he being the property of Mr. Nash, .Parramatta, who may have him by paying the Expenses, otherwise he will be Sold. to defray the a aine. J. ROBINSON, Poundkeeper. A PERSON who has several hours unemployed A during the week, would devote them to any Gentle man needing the assistance of an amanuensis. - Letters addressed Z. Z. at the Oitice of the Monitor will be immediately attended to. W H EREAS the undersigned purchased of William W and Joseph Underwood, of Illawarra, (since com mitted to gaol upon a charge ot Horse Stealing), some Horned Cattle and Horses :-And whereas it is his desire that the public should have every opportunity of examining them, in order to ascertain if there be any among them not belonging of right to the said Under wood's. Now therefore, this is to give notice, that no claims affecting the vendor or vendor's right to the said Cattle, will be attended to, unless mooted before the expirati...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Domestic Intelligence continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 October 1827

THERE are at present roving about at the further extremity of the County of Argyle, beyond Lake Bathurst, a male convict and a female, both bushrangers. The man's name is Tenant. The woman's is Winter. Tenant it is said shot a black in the groin, by which incident the Justices in Argyle became acquainted with his haunts, and a Con- stable with black natives went in pursuit. The Con- stable being in advance of his party on the banks of a     river 200 miles from Sydney—we believe Yass river ; he there saw Tenant fishing. Tenant quickly armed   himself with a loaded musket, giving his Doxy charge of the fishing apparatus. The Constable also had a musket. "Who are you ?" said the Constable. "Why   I'll tell you who I am—I am Tenant the bush-ranger,   and have got two eyes—you have only one," (the Con-   stable haad lost an eye) "and if you don't lay down your musket, and go about your business, I'll instantly...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

1A DbIJ tiyqnuig nzan of .T pdustrious' iitf Situation as Assistant Clei irc WV a eihotisehaaD. Thle iuost satisfucita R'`efe'rences. 's to ' baraetr `d Ability can b produce:e' te~teers 'addr stseiii 6 a`"A :'Bi1S the Qi or.Offie e wi e' T o "BE " L"ET.7 ,.beautiful .Cottage in. Upper `t as tlereagb-st~reet, Sydneyf ytter I ytenanted;, by .Uniockc, but'now octe by thif;oily oa Mr. ri.cbin Assistant Surveyo,.,-WIt .con$ains six ~roomns anc blo On~g to; it,;.but.detgplie0, i ulftYýýle`&c;,ý+vitl} an n~xrteens1vz %:jardzl;e a well isi ;unk.on the, premrinss, w ci cppt Err the finest watei. Immediata poIssssiorn mayb, r aedf Appliication to be imadeq the oiaice of '1\r. oIi o) Ci t I - s B:`A\ OF NNw VOUTII WkALFs, l'0th dia.i~ ? rpiii tIE PROlRl' T'OIIS "of this liANK, irer'equedted 'Le() oassemwble al''` 'he Ilatik -Bul1diiings' :on Wed= licsdatv, the '7tib' lProximol 'at 94 fr:r' lo 'C ickt = i the F'orenoon, 'to` `elect' Direbtors, `arid vathe&'Offdoe, (i ' d finall...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

r. .. To ToIIE. EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. S TuHE Gazette reports that Mr. Pears. n has been, appointed rg ainist. Tiis seem?s yeryodd to ind, liec~use, am a Subscribe to .the'Ori. ai, and I considit I am entitled to a lpipe or two in it as my shatre, andtha't so arii I havie a right to be consulted, as .to who, sihuh play those plipe. It is true, the 'ar?ishes' ih nEilgnd pay the Org'nist's s liry. So fair as thi, Chu.rch: Carpo ration .pay our Organist' salar, so ffar they ought to have a,,.voice too. 3But the Ortan belongs to the Sub 'cribers, and it is their propL ty d"ia'd tbhaVie aelected all Orgapist to play :upon our ,prpeity without the conse'it of a ajority of our. body, appears to me to be tnhnind. som?e; and in fact contrairy to tbe implied i understfidirg whjch subsistedbetween us and the Venerable and' the 1.evcrend the' Cl'ery aitti?bhd to St Ji'mcq's. ' 'Ihave inothing'to say against Mr. "Pearson 'As the' stccesstful Ie?ader.ofour voi"'chot';':lie hhs a' fair. claiin on ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

*' n:, Oris:ed85jP 3 ?,t afteurm.nute Jn. r. High. Water, 36 min. past 4 Mor..8 m n past Ev. Hi ,k, '. . ,pnst 14' i;.as ,.- / .J Ethel?r ?.1 * ip .. lon. ';, :.,.. SHigh Water, 56 min. past 11 Morn. . ; f_. l:. IYY4 increased3 bhcfurs1s meinutes,* I, 9St. Luke.. ,Tn . ." S I High Water 46 min. past 6'Morn.-20mini. past 7 Ev. SDa 12hours 51 mip. long. High Water' 15 min. past 8 Morn. i"? . ; t Equation of lTime.--Sun on the: tmeridin: of Sydney,. x.. 1.4 mnu.. 55 sec. before 12 mean time.,.o ; i" o' th }y a9th. Sunday after Trinity o . . r ?I?- High Water 30,min. past 8 .MoFn.-54,min. past 8 Nt. New Moon 52 minm. past;l M r.ui ."' 1 i V High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 Nt. GARDEN.-Hill and clear Potatoes. , Exjimine Trees' graf. ted during the last Month; break off 'l' the young shoots Iiut' one or two, both fine grafts and stocks; take off the day and loosen the bandages. The ground between :rows' 6f young trees should be kept clear of weeds. -Examine Peaches and Apr...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CLIO, EUTERPE, THALIA, MELPOMENE, TERPSICHORE, ERATO, POLYPHYMNIA, CALLIOPE, AND URANIA. To our dearly beloved, Roger Oldfield, D. C. L. Editor of the "South Asian Register." [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

DO1MEESTIC ' INTaI4X4GErNCW.. CLIO, 'EUTERPE, THALIA, MELPOMENI, TERPSICbIORE4 ER4TO, PoLYP1uYMNIA, CALLIOPE. and UsANI.A. To our .dearly beloved, Roger OldJield, D. C. L. Editor of the "South" Asian Register." .GEBETNGI, IT has come to our knowledge, that the Goddess Discor.. dia,. has with her usual malevolence, (which not long since caused the destruction' of Troy) excited and stir. red up I certain snarling hyper-critic, to put forlh ua r ~ r n, e 'Sydn Gazette and Newr So=toat -Wales Advertizer, .purportia .to be i jist' and, equt .table review of your Maiden Register;" the "writer of Swhich to our certainknowledge, is an 'ignorant and its. tolerant pedant, with steadfast hate beholding and ea; - ' ecrating all, save his own monstrous progeny; and fur ther, it has come to our knowledge that the said self constituted judge riever examined into the merits of the case; but on the slender gibunds of having perused the ;Preface and.Contenst, has prononeed it a "conglomera tibt of co...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Domestic [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

*.. -t tofre-coQequesng~, tbe Vo me O imu tno ,tt dc ''into reterity, 'with al ptheir" si ,..?upon thei 'hg; "lif pro0ortion 10" the jlopulatien, ,New Soontl .Wales furnishesmncre jitances of " sudde death ýat ?lents, than any othercountry we .know o y t ien ,uamored, that- this-boat was lost while- ompeting .wit amother that'wais bound'for the sane plah,. -. A overseer,.along with some Natives, lately went ons s J-vew?i frbitt lBathurs, ;"eand ttwaelled est. abat'ba ~d' ?'eond SWellingtoith Valley. Itheyi fell in with a ater, 'aongdd, the marglir o''e uiblatini traNewf.eu Waleys f ithesut discoverin its oestet. 'The dis!anti ,oeisonh, al anyouxd,rave thr e ban k on which they st od,_ ?wam ater.d t wtas fresb. They observed evetiral nrea tt'th leap from the margin into the water. The natives l tereer, Diongoe wisupposed to be a species of Otter. " cfiore by Friday's a ta ustIralian that ,our .old i9nml e[r. E. continWues to takel deep interest in otnr a w-e tst,a:lthough nobody seem...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT, 'A PROPER VERDIcT.--The Wolverhampton Chronicle contains a report 'of the proceedihgs in thie 'Sheriffs Court at Stafford, held on.baturday week, in order to assess damages in an 'action which had been brought by nWm. Smith (brother to the Idiot whose case has' oc cupied so much of the public attention); against the proprietor of the above mentioned paper, for an alleged libel which appeared on the 15th of February last year' in a paragraph copied from the Salopian Journal. - The Jury' (says the paper) gave one farthing damages, and lamiented there was not a smaller coin. DE VERE.,-We hear that this ne.v work, by the ce lebrated Author of Tremaine, embraces, in its sutbject! matter, affairs of the most elevated and interdsting nature, and which have not, hitherto, found theit way into novels. Indeed, none 'but the Author in question, who is generlljy susppcted to be an individual of poli tical consequence, could detail the scenes and events which we understand...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE PREMIER; [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

THE PREMIER; TiE RIGHT BON. GEORGE CANNING.--FOR a I"o perid this gentleman has performed a prominent part in the great drama of. European politics-on many oc.. casions his talents, his conduct, and his motives, .have been made the subject of public applause, or of severs and grave discussion. VERY few of our public men have carried with them. into the Senate the same brilliancy of talent,-the: ame sparkling vivacity and wit, that may have distinguished them at College.-But Mr. Cannig's talents, brilliant and peculiar as they are, have contracted no rust, have sustained no torpor from the chilling pressure of public business. The first entrance of the" Anti-Jacobin" into public life, was distinguished by the same bright scintillations that had marked the successful tract of the Eton protege, and the commencement of his par liamentary career afforded such a promise of future eminence, as procured for him the warm friendship of Mr. Pitt, and the gratifying and honoural le respect of M...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

,To TH? E EDITOR, OF. TB. MONITOR. I have made it a rule for a long time back, not to -read .books 'except I khow the author, nor .buy. them. till they had gone through 'the" hands of Mr.. Jeffery, or Philpot; or, nmy-old. grandmother. :Sinee.I have been a -Colonist;..aSettler, and all that: in- this ·ere plside, i have readr .-nothing but. the paipers.- As- sBonaz:nI saw a cri tiqu ..iTn the Gazette on i;?new Periodical Work, the Sou siin Register, praising it?, vitry much, I sent my ,to:buy it. ' To tell youmy opinion Mr.: Editor,,I he Work v.ery, well as a commencement, and I i"itend to give it a few of my- own loose papers as on encouragement-? in -fact I :think it will become the recep tacle of valuable and ridiportant'-knowledge as regards this Colony.,~: All that I - hiave to. say, at present,-is, that the price is?too I.bgh; and there' is: too .much English Literature, for -: have' no'acquaintauces up- the.couhtry to send, it to ; but I want -to send it home as a .put off ag...

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