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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

b9bfppfng int ntc . : Arrivafsl-On We.ncsday the 4 4'"e fCrom; ,theSperm Whale Fishery, ,175 tons of oil. Same . day, the Lambton, foom Por'. Stephens the 31:: ult. sundries. (n Thlursdny, the Goi'ernor ioa? guarie, from New e Zaland the 2th of AlpriP, skins, fax, potatoe?, &c. Depart ires.-Oý Siunday, theo l?ce? for o- bht Town, vith troops of the o63rd re t nen9 Same day, the JZ'acrloo, for Ne Zr'aland, sead ing. On Monday, the dward -, for Bomb7ay, ( ballast also the Lord Z £eh'ile, for .?,ta?i. " ballast, and the t7?L!!atm Your, for Ca cutta, u ballast. Projected Dcpafluc',.-nunter for l0 asgo : this day, the Vesper for London, and -laru '* e: cabei', for Moroton Bay on thec 7t, the hPice ,u Royal for India, on the 9th, and the Rdeliaiat,' for C-alcatta or th ltrh. -.

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

BY MR. S. LYONS, STuesday the 9th ins, at the Stotes of ,.l:i. "4I. Scott, to' close .consignments, without the least reserve, ?THREE Pipes Port Wine, good quality aJ. S dos. Sherry 1 Pipe of Geneva i Kegs of whitelead Shseting, Dowlass and Osnaburgt ? Table and Irish linen 0 Sets table knives and forke s0 D.oz. pocket dittos 30 doz. pen do i -o Doz. razors, 20 doz. sciesor . Britania metal ware Pi, cross-cut and hand saws, frame ditto, tenon ditto - Gauges, chisels, ship augers W7ith a variety of other articles too nn -e.* rous to mention. Terms made known at the time of sale. BY MESSRS. G. & J. PAUL, The Property of the late William Balcombe nsq. deceased at Parramatta, on the day, of the Meeting of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society, or the 2nd July next positively without reserve. TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED.   and SIXTY ACRES of LAND, situa   ted in the County of Argyle, bounded on the south by a rivulet running into the Shoal Haven River...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

MARRIED.-By special License, on Satur-           day last, at Saint. James's Church, by         the Rev. Richard Hill, Mr. James Gil- christ, to Miss Cahuac.

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

4 ' FOR SAL , A'- -STORES . SPARK, frby thej l. sirce Ep.b ýaiabet, and dreig n . ods from, Ri o f2u : nt W;ildis e sC,= one in 4 b ic . ;'. a ditto .Kx Smali , oi-edozend ei: eac ? ae Ditto 111% d eneL Cifreassienes . Oereman liquor cased Foteign cutlery, and' A variety if forcig n bead oo ooking glases . nitirsh W Q;gods. omibazeens V eleteens 3Iombasett Co"rderoys MCloths'`. Hats Kerseytmeree Eist India calicoes Drills . 7-8 Prints, Batteens - J-8 Ditto flannels ' Sugar = Irosiery Cutlery, ;Ial maisli No Blirandy Sootk ditto e in in cases iJaconet ditto ' Irish whisikey Cambrie ditty' Umbrellas e ara'sols, and A great variety of other Goads. tay 18, 1S.9. J. B. 1M. a& co" UST FLANDED per te THOMSON J and CAROLINE, from London, and on Sale Qt the Stores of the undersigned, a large rivestment of well selected GOODS, cont aisting of, Taylor's best double brewn: atout in. hbds.. .and bottles I ine )emcrara and,iJan.aica:im,, t. to saO " O. P. 4iognac brandy and, Geneva: Fort,...

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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

(Domestic)       About nine o'clock in the evernig of Sa- turday last, as Quarter Master Lloyd, of the street, at the South end of the Barracks, two   fellows met him and began to push and hus- tle him, using many oaths in a bullying tone. Mr. Lloyd told them to desist, or he would call a constable. Presently one of   them struck Mr. Lloyd a violent blow on   the eye. It was aimed with the dexterity of   a boxer and brought Mr. Lloyd to the earth. From a great swelling which he found   in the neck, Mr. Lloyd apprehends; that   one of the ruffians must have kicked him when down. On the alarm being given,   soldiers came to his assistance, but could   not overtake the men. There is no doubt   the intention of the fellows was to rifle   the pockets of Mr. Lloyd. We understand Mr. Brunton intends (with   &am...

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FROM THE SOUTH-ASIAN REGISTER, NO. IV. ARTICLE V. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

FRQM THE SOUTH-ASIAN RE GIST t', oilV. MrassINs.--In this article, we intend makfna '..,such extracts from. Alissionary publications as S:Shll,, combined" with other, intelligence derived from authentic sources, enable our. readers. to, :foh.m za general opinion oni this subject. We have ;no desire unduly to exc:te'or to abate the zeal of a. niy reiitouis person so engaged ; we imerely wish to I wrt asz.ve we aWultd 'speak to our fiends on this pi.?.ny abstract questioin. We. have to cry ' nmercy for ear of offending in this particular. For, .as religiouts profescors are not alwvays wvell versed in human nature, they are apt to forget and not bear in mind, that we hate with more. . deep ad .iu tiuqued fervency,fthao n we over love- '_and at'y' 'eyAi;1ie they are bound to. love those whose; wbrn. provoke 'theifn; is' they think, to . just etimity?; do too often e'vince their settled 'wrath, rah?hr against the doer than against the:! deed. :~th y condemn the ignorant workmand rather t...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

DOM TIC' INTELLIGENCE. A vr m.ensible letter appeared in the Aus tratia cn of yesterday wceEk on the recent ex amination in the privace Room of the Police Office, 'i"t cyesd ore . beore a full Bench, instituted at, he ,c½ .... o- the Editor of this Spaper, o on ?is hae',ink beard, that a man of the nmtne of Patric!: Clynch, had been shot. dead at Noerfolk .llard, the 7th of October 18 7, while in charge of the Constables,. by' two, or three soldiers, 0?9th and as it was rumoured, by the orders of their Commanding • ORicer Cptain W. We give the following extracts from the said letter, which is subscribed VPhdex., . eWith reference to a recent, and serious in vesti, ation liefore a Bench of Magistrates at the Police Office, the sensitive Editor of the ,ydney.Gazette eigqnires' What" reparation can be made to the party under accusation, stould the charges prove . unfounded?" The main point for consideration, I conceive, was, or should have been, -' were there prima facie, sufdcient fac...

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TO THE RIGHT HON. SIR GEORE MURRAY, H. M. principal Secretary of state for the Colonies, &C. &C. &C. Sydney, N. S. Wales, 6th June. 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

MTIgj RIUf1T 3ON.. SIR GJCOR1 MtR3AY, Ii ?M. principal Secretary of, date for the Colonies. &c. &c. tIc. Sydney, N. S. Wales, 0th June. 11;9. SILt It has just come to my tknowlegde, that a petition, memorial, or addres to you, has Mlken prepared in Sydney, by the favourites of uGovernor Darling, and is .now handing round to" the Magistrates of the Colony. and a few other principal persons ; for their signature: -and that the same will be transmitted to you ?, by the Vesper, which leaves this port for Lon ,, don to-morro w * { it may Sir however happen, the said address oE r memorial may never be sent to you, or tii 4hat it may not contain all that I am about to m~ention ; for my intelligence is authentio -only in one point, namely, that an address or . semorial to you is preparing at this moment a :nd is being signed by lBagistrates, civil Officers, and a few others,? and that it is be I ing done with secrecy and despatch, in order Sthat it may accompany the late inv...

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SUPREME COURT, CRIMINAL TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

SUPREME COURT, UCfM1A'TL 'TRIAS Friday-.--Patrick Venables, ?n Overseer ikt .imi the employ of Mr. Samuel Terry, was indicted for the wilful inurder of MZararet Venableai: his wife,-on the 5th. of May, 1829, in thb': district of Coke. biVr. Loder exEamined;?. went to the house" 6f Patrielcý Venables o:: the morning of the t3th of May instant, s ' consequence of heafing .of the death of him: ; wife. I was in company with Terence? d'icLey; prioner as crying with a child~: in his arms ; he said his wife was dead; she` ii.wasIlying on the :bed with a shdeZ over herp ? I looted at her face but saw no mark!s; ? saw no blood , any where about; I left th; house about 9 o'clock theo night before- . cannot cay if deceased had been drinking; i: have known Venables two years l live about ~ of a mile frrom his hus; I always considered him to be a L?arcd oring, indus-" trious, quiet man,; I saw deceased lying o.. :.: the bed; she .was, on her back ; I had :had some wine there the day before ; he ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

T?a Town has been excited to consider the question of Steam Navigation, being applicable to this part of the world.. We received orders last Saturday from their Solicitor (Mr. Poole), to copy the advertisement of the projected Compa' ny into our Journal, but owing to. a mistake, (for which we have to apologise) we did not in. sort it until to-day, Whether the Company succeed or not in their laudable intentions, we feel confident their causing the question to be discussed, will be of public service, and will is. sue in a steam vessel being built or sent. for, as an experiment. Not only would a Steam packet` answer between this and the Coal River, but in seasons when the banks of the Hawkesbury shall once more become productive, it, would answer for Settlers of that River,, ?b come to Sydney along with their wheat, maize, barley and pots toes, in- a Steam vessel, better than in a cart or waggon, especially. in rainy weather; that: is to. say, in that weather in which alone they have -...

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Market Prices from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

N tork't Ptices fo.. h1e Sydney GarzUet&t Wlcnhtper.bs. 0 11 0 Duc.Coks. ..... 0 5 0 Maize, do...... 0 5 6 Fowrt, per pair. 4 3 BariCv, do.... 0 5 9 Gence, do .... O I :, !Pot:t4ers cr7t.. 0 9 0 T urkiit':do. . 10 o 1 , Butter, pzr lb. O 1 10 - iay, per ton.. 12- 0 o' Eggs, per don. 0. 2 1 Strapcr loai 2 0 STERLING PKLrUCS OF FILOUtU.-P-:or 100 lbu,, '.. DiXOn...... ....·.. %r 24. Coopj ... ....... 25 224 . ,; IBarker 2....... ... 2 24. l)nringi Mills ..2...... , 6 I . "

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CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 June 1829

CRIMINAL COURT. Supreme Court, Monday, before Judge Dow- ling. William Price was indicted for steal- ing a bed tick, the property of Joseph Aarons, of George-street. Prosecutor sta- ted, that prisoner came to his house and asked for lodgings, which were supplied hi,, and shortly afterwards he was discovered concealing the bed tick, but affected to be drunk. -Prisoner in his defence said he was drunk, and knew nothing about it.--Guilty. Thomas Mooney was indicted for stealing a cheese, the-property of Mr. Brown. It ap. peared in evidence, this prisoner was a ser vant Q Mr.. Brown, and. being observed concealing something under his jacket, the overseer called hir , as if for the purpose paying him money, when be' found the the.se under prisoner' jacket.L.-G uilty.. Daniel Coffy and Joseph Smith, were in dicted for stealing fourteen sheets of bark, from the Market Wharf, the property of John 31'Donnell. ' he prosecutor proved, he had desired the constables on the Wharf to have an eyoe ...

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FROM THE SOUTH-ASIAN REGISTER, No. IV. ARTICLE V. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

FROM THE SOUTH-ASIAN REGISTER, No. IV. ARTICLE V. Mzssioxs.-In this article, 'we intend makinog such extracts from Mlissionary publications as shall, combined with other intelligence derived from authentic sources, enable our readers to form a general opinion on this subject. We have no desire unduly to e-cite or to abate the zeal of any religious .person so engaged; we merely wish to write as we would speak to our friends on this or any abstract question. We have to cry mercy for fear of offending in this particular. For, as -religious professors are not always well versed in human nature, they are apt to forget and not bear in mind, that we hate with .more deep and continued fervency, than we ever love and they, while they are bound to love those whose works provoke them, us they think, to a just enmity, do too often evince their settled wrath, rather against the doer than against the deed. They condemn the ignorant workman rather sthan explain the error of his work; and if his ig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

0 ~ FORt SALE, ,wEatAS0ABLE A$JJ LIPERALEIBRMS. 4pp a onC't to be, made '& 4e Propr.et or, Mry W hODGES, No. 22, Keat tareet. he above valuable Properly is a Grant from the Crown. 30t May, 1829.. WAT -A SITUATION, AYOUNG AN of excellent character, A hoe understands bookkeeping in all its rances, ishes to obtain a situation' as 42or brncsoes m escantilehbouse where he tankma hself geferalY useul. :Salary cation to be made at the Monitor Oflice. fiLradry cellnt 30 by l6, and sevGn TJ~nheighetal.jbePort.s he Sydney Monitor Offee. - TO LET. .EUR1NISHED LODGINGS to LET. 3 y at Cook and Marshall's, No. So0, G eor atteet,, next to the Australian B rewery WHITE CLOVER SEED. SM ALL Quantity of excellent Dutch t Seed on Sale, at the Storen of Jasies ATa MEETING et the PROPRIET'ORS of STOCK in this Bank, held at the 'Bank Buildings this day, purseuant to Public l1otice, it was ApplicTa the t1esolutiond o the Bank to 'iOd up its affairs on the dcst December neyt, be resciyded, in conseq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

Subscribers to this Journat on reigning it, wilt have to pay for the remainder of the quarter, whether they choose to receive it or not. Quarter days end the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and3lst DVect'mber reslpectively. Advertisements sent 'to this office, must specify' on the fare of them, the number of times they are to be adtt'ertised, otherwise, they will be continued. untii. countermanded. The public,are cautioned ta-pay` no money, nor make, any settlement on account of .the Proprietor of this Journal, without denanding a PRINTED receipt, signed by him in' his own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account without such rcccipt, will not be given credit for,' nor achnoeledg arm any way. We beg to inform our. Subscri =. totl in fawn and country, they musC consider the acewery of their News papers by us to tho Post-master in Sy'dey, as regarde ourfriendai up the country, and-to our news-carriers as regards- our friends in. Town a valid delivery to them in law respec...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

zfl~'X.OFICY ~JI'JJ~ilw Mc'-(,-( Cases i.a dtf rredI t'arne c;et 1 1 9[/I` Ill tavIt. jk he a;c; tOf Coytr , /n, 4ay. will prtohabt,,yp;'Ceat the 1' c~' stef f J)n?Qfltr?Cain .~j&' . n . d?"c_ : c dt co -itc de

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

bY R R. S- LYiON; rToedaiv the 9th ins. at the nforetr of x ,ltis WI. "tt, to close consigatnents, wilithonit the least reserve, r 1'EE PYpes 1Frt Wine, good quality K dos. Sherry " 1 Pipe 'f Geneva . s' egs of whitelead shiesting. Dowtass and Osnabutge Tanblh atid Irsh- lixten No Sets table knives tnd forks 40 Doz. pocket ditt's 30doz, pegn :3) Doz. r::zors, 20 dox. Sc618ors - Tritania metal ware 1'it. cross-cut and hand saws, frame' to, tenon ditto; Gauges; chisel3 ship augers With a arikty of other articles 'oo 6bspe - rous to mention. I'erm' made known at the time of sale. - .4 11ESSRS. G. kT J.- PAU , ' e Pioperty of the late William Balcombe E sq. deceased qt P'arramatta, on the day, cf the Meeting; of the Agricultural and. Horticultural Society, or the bad July. Xnext, positively without reserv e: { rpwo,T'OUSANI) FIV HllUýDRED 'k -'~wa JY.ACIRE of .LAND, situa. 'ed in the Countk of Argyle,* ounded ont the south by a. rivulet running into the Shoal 'Haven tiver, and adjoining...

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Market Prices from the Sydney Gazette [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

Marke tP"ices9 froan 1h; ydc Graze £ s. d; £ v 'tbeatperbbh.0 11 0C I c: ..... O¶ aizc, do... 0 '5 & jPrv, per pm.r 044 ThFarkl, no. .. 0. 5 1 coo ..iM 0 I Potatoes urn.;. ) '9 o T:rkn do .. ' futter, per :b. 0 1 1' ' - . t= tin.. f a1 E ,cr dc . 0 2 'r ad -4 STUM)N r':uPrvICES jF FLfI i-e 9 l J i i- - i.... . ........ .. .. "'.,4' Ia'i;, at 8:v" - a tr~ ll~icbrd l')> Z Jazwg

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

S biatu EhfI .3 t Ar 'iYals.pOn r.ed:2C'a t ..K the Sperm WIhale i ?iside:r, ±I tipsof R `S7 d y, the Lamrbon, from Por St.b. -=n] ' ift. sundries. /C: Tur dra:, th' -' rilu.r ,' quvrie, frout Ncw Z"d d te 2I h cf t f I skins, Pla:, putatoes, " t SDeparures.-On 5"' the Alice, tor hart Town, with troops of the 63rd rez& Same day, the Waterlu, for New galx,&nd, ing. On Mondity, the E:dwaZ fort SoJ)Ui? hailast ah(o the Lohr i'Uei o DaTfr ballast, and the Ifillia"r rott g, for Cjacuetc Piojecrd Dejarutrrs.-thutitr fur fGhup this day. the .esper for Loud'on, arid ftfarv£ Zafcfd!, fur Morct'n Day on the 7th. tit P42 Royal for hidia, on tihtt 9th, and the- sLi for Calcutta on the 1th.

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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

Abcut nine o'cdke in tha even ag of S turday last, as Cnartcr Lsa sr `loyal, of th 39th, : cf going p Soldier's La, Geot &treet, at the South end of the Bwwac:, t fellows -met him and began to pubh and ihua tie .him, sing -many oaths inna u yin tone. ikir. Lloyd :;old them to desis - or a would `call a constable. Presently one a them struck 20,r. Lloyd a violent blo o Ithe eve. It was aime~gd Yih the de te. ýv:'® a boxer and brought Mr. Lloyd to tte earth From a great swelling -which he oun in the neck, IMr. Lloyd apprehends, th1 one of the ruffians must have kicked hIir when down. 4On the alarm being givey soldieis came to 'his assistance, but coia1 not overtake the men. There is no dou; the intention of the fellows was to rin the pockets of ter.. Lloyd. We understand Mr. Brunton intends (wit, the permission of the Governuent) to gi another treat to the lovers of the elea healthy and fascinating amusement of dail ibg, on the evening of the .anniversary q the battle of Water...

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