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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

THE T ]II COTOR. I1JRSDAY EVENING, QCTOBER .18, 18927. Ii'the Gazette has lately been published, but which we have not: found room 'to copy into our doluinns until to day, what is very properly called " An abstract of "the Colonial Revenue for the year 1825." And, a reason is given for the publication of the said Abstract, namely, it is notified as being published for "'1general infdr ation." Now as- far :as this giees, we like it well. The only fast .we find .is, that it does not go far enough. 'Still haowever we like to see accounts, even though t, ey be two years' old ; and we like also to find our Authorities condescending to inform us, that the same are publleh ed for " general information." We wish we. could induce the Government to be generally niore free in their communications. with the public of 'this Colony. Ministers in, the House of Commons :during. the Session, answer almost every question .pug to them by the Members of the Opposition. And when Parliameht is notsitting...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS.' ' .THus market this. m9rping was_ very thinly attended, nqt * morethan 4(0 Carts being, down. Very little Wheat was to. be seen, ;nd" the little there was, was qf rather an inferior quality. There was only one good sample in the market, and" this was disposed of at'six shillings. Maiie .was the only other grain, and of this there was but a .limited suplly, Settlers universally deplore the thinness of the harvest,' and, if we may judge from reports, Wheat will-not be such a drug as the farmers (to their cost) have hitherto found.it.,•. 'Tbe. fgllowing:are the average prices. * Wheat 5s. 6d.iper :Bushel.-Maize 6s. 6d.--Barley .-Oats .--Green Peas 5s.-Turnips 3d. per bunch.--Pota toes 10s. per cwt.--FineFlour, 13s, sterling per 100 lbs. Second do. 10s,-Pollaird 2s.-Bran Is. 6d.-Briead 31d. to 4nd. per 21b. Loaf.-Cape Batter Is. 10d. per lb.-Colo nial do. 2s. 9d.--Cheese Is. 3d.-Fowls 4s. 6d. .per couple. S-Turkies. 18s.--Geese 12s.=--Ducks 6s.-Beef; 2s. 6d. per storie....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

.~C?,~Clare. ICIOLAS ASPINALL begs leave to apprise his Friinia iidtbe P blie, that he has now -n Sale at the above.Stores, coloiiial Manuf'actiured Soap and Can., -dies of superior Quality and on the most reiasonable Terms. A few hundred bushels of Mangrove Ashes.wanted. EORGE HIATT; take Notice-if you do not fetch away the Articles left in my possession, and pay for your Board and Ilodging due to the Undersigned within fourteen days after this Notice, they will be sold by Public Auction to pa me. A. POLACK, 61, George Street.. Oct. 12th, 1827. WV MACDONALD, No. 18, GEORGE STiREjr.;. " Gun Maker and Ironmonger, begs leave to acquaint his Friends and the Public in general, that he has3 commenced the Iron and Brass Founding on-an extensive scale. , Just'received 6y' the Harvey, Triton, and Alacrity, Double and aiingle barrel fowling pieces Muskets and blunderbusses Holster and pocket pistols - Flasks and belts Powder and shot of sizes Also a large assortment of Culinary Articles, viz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

CHANTER. T HIS celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for size, symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co tony, will stand this Season at the places and on the!days specified below-Viz. As 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 one Dollatir .td the :, Ooin . - YOUNG HECTOR. T HIS celebfated Horse will stand during th, fors0i* 'p fithe uisdermeritiohzed 'i ees: viz.- Mr. John'Patriek's, Carnipbil Town. dy ' Mr. Thomas Colloghan's, liverpool. Mr. Sainuel Blackman's, Cobherty. Mr. h ntthew Highland's, Prospect. S Mr. Cllaghn an's, Appin. toetag' Hector was. formerly the property of Mir. Sa ia el Bla hman, hat now bpanse to Mr. Coll gha s. He was goty y- that well-kinown )3&d Horse. tot t'ahi O ai...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. (The English Landlords, Continued from Page 700.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

S?jii: ?~ TOW, `2, . tca .. - ¢ cptionsb, s . tee?...?e swplot r . l r 4i the hellish -evs tm tfaxing, of aning, and of Map- r money);itmuin 'e g. : Thit?~. .ia s t ryparish of Urghclere, there was, ttilj a yif.e?. oiila go, #: biozus cock-parson, the " Ho?ioanrable: .?apMd re *meai" ' ~Gorge Herbert, who grafted the., ;par.on. poi the?i: 4 dier, and the Justice upon the parson ; for he died,:a little while ago, a -half-pay officer, in the s 'rector of the two parishes, and chairnan of the quarter sessions of the county of Hants a.. H oe gave us, in his memorable " House that ?ee'a:built;,'.a portrait of. the "Clerical Magistrate','. Could not be, or some body else, give us a portrait of the military ands 2ual ~ parson ? For, they <are to:be found all over the ksigdobn.: Wherever I go I heat of theia. And yet tber sitts .Burdett, and even Sir Bobby of the Borough, and4 pay sot a word upon the subject! -*his is the case: the: Kiing.dismissed Sir Bobby from? the lialf.pay l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

. . .Colonial &ecrefta Ofce, Sep t bem6M8( I 827m JH IS EXCELLENCY the GovERNOR has been pleased to direct, that the annexed ABSTRACT of the Colonial Revenue,' tid extrardina"j .'- Resouirces for the Year 1825, as well as of the Appropriation thereof, shall be published foi' general I tgnritioni "I'f ... .By ;His Excellency's Commanad, AL1EXANDERI M? : AY. Abstract of the Receipt and A?nropriation of the Colonial Revenuee of New. Soth Wales, for the Year 1825. : : Rereiptfs O~ibINARY.. - . . . - COLLECTED. BY THE NAVAL OFFICER., . Sr imoea Spirits - - Sp. D. 178,434 73: SSpirits distilled in the Colon - - '1,988 • -180,422 73 S 'Tobacco - - . - 21,817 47. Ad valorem Duty on Goods on Foreign Produce 23,302 69 Whirfage Duties - - - 4,927 86 "? Entry ofVessels - - - 622 28' ' ?1Clearance ofdittb - `- 182 40- 804 68 Chaiges for the Use of the Government heaving-down Place 54 Proceeds of the Sale of'Coals at Newcastle- 2,913, 2 Ligit,-house Duties - - - 822- 77 Auction Duties - -...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

Currency Lass from Port Dalrymple with,2OOO bushels of WheatWool uadPi SYestedy: the -.Champion, ;iHryd.masuter;:, ifto;.qPa & g :~F'ith mal6S Ipraoners.! ,.Ti~e i~all~ji·.bel oisgingt oMr. 8: 'from Newcas le.ithoa ' 34 j Projected Departure .The Leda for Calcutta and Harvey for Hobart Town,. REMAIN IN Ia RtiooR oligh .`M. S. Padndora { evey. ;3EIS befth 'Ckhmpion AlfrSd, ClSubrZtdge, + Medway; ' P*"Prl " Regef , and Ephemina. BARQUE.' Leda. Rolla, Poclhanglo ssi 4134 £gul .   BRICS' Fame, . Weiiington, 4nity, atipl LordA Rodasyt . SCJOorrBEtS, Darling, .'Brisbane, ald ud. Henry. CuTTERs CCt rewesc 41) Sally, Speedwell, and j e enwe ('utter, Dad. i ·~·r! i '."

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 18 October 1827

THE Lambton Cutter, with assigned servants and stores for the, Australian Agricultural Company's Settlement at Port Stephens, dropt down the stream this afternoon. She had a very contrary, wind, and very probably will not be able to clear the heads to night; The Waterloo brings for the use of the Australian Agricultural Company, an extensive assortment of implements of husbandry Saxon sheep, and a general cargo. She does not intend unloading at Sydney, but proceeds at an early, day for that purpose to the Company's settlement at Port Stephens; to clear out for which place, and report her arrival to the Company's Agent, was the ob- ject of her putting into Port Jackson. She also brings servants for the company, 10 Germans, 6 women, 10 boys, and 4 girls. None of the sheep died on the' passage, which is a very fortunate circum- stance, as they have been culled from the choicest flocks with the utmost care., This is what may be justly termed, enriching the Colony.   &am...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. (The English Landlords, continued from Page 708.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

(The Esglish Laindlords, continued frof Page 708.) A get'irt :of-thefhirners'and other fair :people having. gope o ibt?ie, we 'fqiiid prepraatibns made for dining 'oly about ten people, ]But aitfr ere silt down, lacd it was seea that we designed .to dine; guests came in apace, thb jiretparatitiofis were augmented, and as mqany as couidif?die, 'eaie'and dine, with us.--=After the dinner. was overthe roona became fuller. abd 'fuller :"guests came in from the :other Inns, where they hid been. dining, till, at last, the room became as All as 'possible'. in every-part the -door being opened, the door-way. blocked up, and tlhe !sta;rsi,leaildig to the' rootiorna mentndifrrtibmbottom to top. In" this stite:of things, Mr. Knowles, who was our chairman, gave my health, which, of course, was followed by. a speech; and, as the reader will readily suppose, to have an. opportunity' of tialting a'speeeh, was the main motive for my going to dii t an' nn, ate any hbir, and especially at seven o'clo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

Ho0sa8 OF LORDS, TUE8DAY, MARCH 13.-Upon the presentation of some petitions respecting.the Catholic Claims, Lord Carnarvon said, the state of Ireland, as now left by Ministers, reminded him of the condition of unfortunate Greece under the Government of the Turks. FRIDAY, MARCH 16.-CATHOLIC PETITIONs.-A great number of petitions were presented, for and against the Catholic Claims, and several of their Lordships made remarks upon them, 'and upon the great question itself. Lord Winchilsea maintained, that the spirit of the Ca tholic religion was Unchanged and unchangeable, and that the religion and laws of England made it the most exalted nation upon earth.--The Bishop of Norwich thought that the best way of giving strength to the Empire, was by acting in a spirit of charity and justice to all classes, of whatever creed.-One of the petitions was from the Rodman Ctliolic Bishop of Waterford, the reception of which was opposed by the Lord Chancellor, who said he knew no Bishop of Waterfo...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

DiARY. O MEMORANDUM FOR ';HE RNBUINO WlEEK. -J-SUN rises 28 minutes after 5. High Water, 10 Forenoon.-20 min. past 10 Night. un sets 33 min. past 6. HI N IighWater, 35 min. past 10 Morn.-48 min., past 10 Nt. High Watei, 11 min. past 11 Morn.-27 min. past 11Nt. " I Day increased 3 hours 28 minutes. ( Crispin. __L I=] I High Water 45 min. past 11 Morn. ,I I Day 13 hours 5 min. long. High Water 10 min. past 12 Morn.-36 min. past 12 Af. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 01 ~ 15 min 53 sec. before 12 mean time. First Quarter of the Moon, 53 min. past 7 Ev. S-20th. Sunday after Trinity. High Water 6 min. past 1 Morn.--33 min. past 1 Aft. N I High Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. St. Simon and St. Jude. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 6.4 i82.176 Fine TUESDAY ........ 62 80 66 Ditto WEDNESDAY...... 59 76 64 Cloudy THURSDAY ...... 62 74 66 Cloudy FRIDAY........... 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

" W. .lt 2O, M ACQV u e PLAr J IUST LANDED from the MEDWAY, and on Sale by tikiPackaeige only, a? chboice s?lection of Bilfish Manufactured Goods, as below :- Gentlemen's silk hankerchiefs and fancy cravats :, Black Lutesitring . 9-8 Calicoes ,imadapolams lCalico Cambrics ?iconet, book, and mull muslin Figured ditto, tambour nyansooks, and mediums White satins " Plained and striped Leno and cotton drills M_.arseilles .quilting... ...... eGreiptlemen's equatic and calico shiits ofs?uerioriquality • "'7-8'nd 9-8-Tbwn prints, on musIin and calico fabrics F!urniture prints and dimities S3Black bombazettes, plin and figured Ditto Bombiazines, plain ai :3:Blue superfine broadcloth and cassimeres S:LJadies and children's denmark satin, kid, Morocco, ..black and white shoes and slippers, plain and'figured Raveen's, duck, 4-4 Irish linens,? Cruet and liquor frames, glass salt sellers, &c.. - ; .: An assortment of perfumery, Jewellery, &c. An invoice of millinery, of an elegan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

e"IANTER. l?8 celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for size, S metry, and strengtji, stands unrivalled in tie Ci tony, will stand this Seasoti at-the places and oni 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, 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 one Dollar to the Groom. YOUNG HECTOR. T HIS celebrated Horse will stand during the Seasof J at the undermentioned plaqes : vlz.--»' Mr. John Patrick's; Campbell Town.. Mr. Thomas Colloghan's, Liverpool. Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Cobherty. Mr, Mattheiv Highland's, Prospect. Mr. Callaghan's, Appin. Young Hector was" formerly the property of Mr. St muel Blackman, but now belongs to .Mr. Colloghan. He was 'got by that well-known Blood Horse Hector out of a thorough bred Blood Mare...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

T HE Advertiser is a middleoAged married 'map, ho 1. has held the situation as Overseer, for 'upwards of ten years in very extensive and respectable situations ;' is desirous of engaging 'with some Gentleman as such; he understands Stock, Agriculture, and Books; for lar ticulars apply at the Monitor Office. Reference can be given as to Character and Ability. F OR SALE by Public Auction, by Mr. Robert . Cooper, by order of the Executors of the late J. Nichols deceased, on Thursday the 1st day of Novem ber next, in the Market place Sydney, 60 head of horned Cattle of an excellent breed, consisting of Males and Females of different ages ; well worthy the attention of Graziers &e. J. NORTON, Solicitor to the Executors. C AUTION.-Whereas my Wire Lydia Warren has absented herself from her Home for some, time past without any just cause or provocation, this is to give notice, thal3after this date, I will no longer be responsible for any Debts she may contract. J. WARREN. TWENTY SPA...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. TIE? Markets are excessively dull: hardly any grain was. this Morning to be had. Such as was -in the Market, was bought ip at the old prices. This is generally, a dull season; the graziers and farmers have nearly exhausted their stock on hand, and the Harvest from the unprecedented drought, pro raises but a very scanty supply fur.the .ensuinfg year. For the same reason it will he difficult to obtain good fat cattle, which . will consequently fetch a high price, while lenii.beiasts will fall proportionably in value. Wheat Gs. to 7s. per Bushel.-Maize Ga. to. 6. G6d,-Potatoes Gs. to 15s. per cwt.-1 'ine Flour, 13s. sterliig per 100 Ibs.. Second do. IO(s,-Polla:d 2s.-Bran Is. Gd.-Bread 3rl. to 4-d. per 21b. Loaf.-Cape Batter Is. 14d. per'lb.- -Coio nial do. 2s. 9d.-Cheese Is. 3d.-Fowls 4s. Od. per couple. -Turkies 18s.' to 20s.-Geese 12s.-Du)ncks G6s.-Beef, 2s. .6d. per stone.-Mutton 3s. 9d.-Pork 4s. '8id. Best HIay £14. per ton.--Buoh do..£5-Straw 25s. per load.--,50 h...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1827. WE call the attention of .our Readers, to a report of the appeal to Quarter Ssssions, Rex v. E. S. Hall, in serted in another column. We have no doubt the Justices (who however were not unanimous in their judgment,) -acted according to their conscience, as the saying is; but we cannot but deplore the ill-informed conscience of which it appears to us their unhappy lot has destined them to be the owners. The Defendant it should be recollected, may still be right in his law. Whenever the question is mooted before the Supreme. Court, the latter may after all, decide, that the .delivery of a Convict to a Settler, is de facto, according to Peels' Act, an assignment ; and that lending, is unknown to the. law. In such an event, the Justices will be found to have confirmed an illegal act. The Defendant at all events, has been punished with the same severity as though he had been a wilful harbourer of Bushrangers. A man of good repute has not o...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

n DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. QUARTER SESSIONS -THURSDAY.-After the ordinary business of the Sessions had been gone through, an ap peal, (of which previous notice had been given) was e made by Mr. E. S. Hall, against a conviction of Messrs. Woolstonecraft, Sparkes, and Dulhunty, three of the; Sydney Magistracy, whereby a judgment of 50 dollars and costs was awarded again Mr. H. for " harbouring a e prisoner of the Crown illegally at large." y THE record of the conviction having been brought up and read by the Clerk of the Peace, the Solicitor-General intimated that he appeared on behalf of the Crown to support it. Mr. Hall then addressed the Court. " May it please your Worships-1 must acknowledge that it is a very bold attempt in me, as a plain individual, and unacquainted with the law, to compete with the learned Solicitor-General, and therefore perhaps it will be pru dent in me to solicit the indulgence of the Court, seeing, the powerful odds I am contending against. The Chairmnn.-We h...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

A-rivals.--On Friday, the Schooner. Alligator from Port Macqparie,-She sailed on the 18th. Instant. Departures,-r-On Saturday, the Barque ,Leda for Cal cutta. Sunday, the Pocklington WIhaler .foii the Sperm fishery. Tuesday the Ship Hervey, Capti.in? 'iply, for Hobart Town. Passenger-J. T. Gellibrand Esqire. Schooner Enterprize yesterday for New Zealind. Alligator for Port Macquarie, with Stores to day. Projected Departures,-T'he Henry for Hobart Town (to load for Epgland);, to-morrow. Currency Lass for Port Dahrym ple, Cambridge for Batavia, and Elizabeth for London, on the 7th. proximo. Medway for England via Hobart Town, and Brig Lord Rodney for Hobart Town.   REMAIN IN HARBOUR with H. M. S. Pandora -- Elizabeth, Champion, Alfred, Cambridge, Medway, Prince Regent, and   Ephemina. BARQUES. Rolla, and Lynx. BRIGS Fame, Wellington, Amity, and Lord Rodney. SCHOONERS Darling, Brisbane, and Henry. CUTTERS Currency Lass, Sally, Speedwell, and Revenue Cutter, Da...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

A Court if General Quarter Sessions of the Peace   was holden on Tuesday last at the new Court House,   Sydney, before William Carter esquire, Chairman, and Messrs. Jones and Berry, Justices of the Peace. The Chairman made no address tot he Grand Jury. The   petty Jury being impannelled, Barnabus Flynn was char- ged with stealing some thread, the property of Joseph Raphael-he that lately advertised the catarrh for sale.   Barny was the prosecutor's servant, and an unnecessary   evening's ramble led to the discovery of the theft. To be worked in irons for 6 months. Joe. "Your Honour, if he had stolen my Catarrh, or eve a reason- able proportion of it, I would not have took no notice of it, but unfortunately, it still lies heavy on my hands". PAT Murphy stood charged, that he on the 18th Sep- tember now last past, without the slightest regard for the Crown and dignity of our Lord the King, did felon iously thieve a knife...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 October 1827

BIRTH. This morning, the Lady of       A. Allan, Esq. J. P. of a daughter.

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