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

The 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 Conpa- ny into your Journal, but owing to a mistake (for which we have to apologise) we did not in- ae~ it µnilut to-'day. "Whether :the Luipany ., ,succeed .or not in their laudable ' ntentiuuli, we feel ,cuntide nt. their" e~aag tive " q uestion to b.c. diacu~aud, will be' of public ber)ýc~e, 'and~ will i sue is a &ceatm ve sel being built or sent for, as" anu elcpcrimnent. Not only wvqul~d a Steami packet. auw 'tetwe thin atid. the: 0611 Rtive, but iii, BeauouasvClui .t a Miazzte'of lie lIn kch6h1u rv shalI (nie mmwi . be~oc ncprudilcttve,. it wouldI answer let Sett1~ra of r1a giver, tp 'come" to" Sydney. *adeng_ witW' theire, heat, u ixiie:' barle...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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TO THE RIGHT HON. SIR. GEORGE 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 — 8 June 1829

1. iL A. -pirinpat .Secretary of state fur ..te` .Cofoniies. &{c. &C, 4c. S~~dney, N.j ales,.6tKb June. X£29 ! 'It bas just come to' my` knowslegde, that 11 pc titio,. me moriaal,;opr alddres to you,, has beefs prepared in Sydney, by the Favourites of .4;i~verpor ,Darli l, and .is nogw Iiauiding rotýrud thei~: Magisct' rs of thte Colo~u/ ruuia few .o7'er ~riiarlc lýl`ersois ; ,f~r :their signiatuires to d t awt the same xv-li be t rtnsoiitted to you 4)ye~te:. V sper, w~hic 1.eaaves ~is pport~ibr Lon IdonLctnro F=, .t !u4V Sir JIoV v-er happien, the s.~id address ,ornz &nloelcruisneaty Bever he Tent to you, or ý A ixt it may~hL not. cone inafall that I aim about to oY2l:<on fr mny iuntelligence is authentic pol &iT le point0 niamely, that an address or ~uii~t oriai to you is preparing at this moment ,tid s being -signed by ýag~istrates, civi1 .Of lca'rA awl`l a few others; and that it is be yjn~ `dome wi th secrecy andl despatelh, in order 4...

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

. b theb Ifnhlers' Iaupp p r, `i c.ýc *s , .a lizabe~t'a ndanidy?- -,G .,';iT i4ods from ( bro ati C. -. ý + TI . _ v v ,dittot . " x '4 ° , o e doheni n eac ý :LOL inens, flCDS cs 44~ 3M n iýeraný ' tiuor cases r .oreý c e!ry, and 1 a va-i'ty of foreign beads, 1oobiiflglape6 S&c.~t British Goods. o .b;zeens ' Velveteens mbazett = Corderoys id.j`tths; Hats _ erseymeres East India callcoes.. rills . 7-8. Prints : itteeng .9-8 Dlitto, [annels Sugar ;osiery Cutlery. All muslins, Brandy , look ditto - ý Gin in case §laconct ditto Irish whiskey] rmbrie dittQ. iJmbrellas rasols, and A great variety of.other. Goods. iay ., l8'99. 3 J. B. M. Cog t US T LANDED per the THOMSON and CAROLINE, from London, and on 4 e; , the Stores of the undersigned, a large ,>istment of well selected GOODS, cony isting of, 'ylor's best double brown stout in bads., .and. bottles - }ne Demerara, and Jatx.asc R nm, U to 2O O P. aognae brandy and-Geneva ort, Sherry, Madeia and TeneriT. wines ine, North W...

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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 — 8 June 1829

MEMORANDJM FOTA TIM, ENVSING WEEK1S VAnIATIONs oF TOF RaR:O.zTER, &C. &c. TAILETT AT .7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5. IN THE EVENING RESPEC'TIVELY. ' I_ ~ High Water, 41 m. p. 7 Morn.- 8iit atigh t [40 High Witter, 15 m. p.6 morn W Whit AMonday. E+ I High Water, 10 nu.p 12 Morn;- 36irm; p. I2. I let Quarter of loon, 22 m. p. 11 Nt. . Fc figh Water, 6,nv p. 1 jMorn.---37-m.-p.. 1. "I Att. i. : * I Hih WVnter, 2 in the Morn.-28 .m. p. 2 7.. I e High Water, 59 in p. 2 Morn-32 m. v. . I High Watcri5 m. p. 4norr,-3i Ii 4 Aft. ui I Sun rises. 8 m .p. 7-so ts 52 in. p.4 FuIDAY 50754. E. Shotery, SATURDAY ......... 50 7I 6 N. W. Fair SUNDAY ............ .0 7O54 Do. Do. AoNDAY ........... 573 52 Do. Do. TuJsoi ......,1. 50j70 54 Do. Do.. 1VEDNESDA '.. 49 68 50{ Do. Do. THruRnsAY ........ 491 .652 Do. Do.

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SUPREME COURT, CRIMINAL TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

SUPREME QO till T, QIWIMIN/1' Lý Fria7;--ý1'atrik Vnbka Overt'eer the mplw ofMr.Samiuel Tjerry, was"~ inc act tl frthe wilful murde~r of M zair r t Vcn3b 4v, his wife, on the~ 5th of Many, .A29,' in Q4.3 distract of Coke.. Mr. Loder.e e~arnined. ivent to the house of Patrck V e ia~: the mnorning; of the .G.h of, May . nstant. conse{2 1ienic4:+o biearing of the. 4c~th of h~ej wipe. I 'was in co-n~any Wv ith 'Ter e ;(~key,.; pa~isoter 's ea ryin~b:> ith .a chtsi in his armus ; he Said -his wife wiao dead ; - I loot ed aat Iea; fatz;; l aL aý. ai L'i G~ s Ola si'w~ .alt' ~locrd:.,any. : vherj.ý Chbout 1, kU. let house about 9." o'c!6ek.. tlhe ni ht belon c cannot sag<-f 'demo">n.~d hý4d been drinkingt "have known en~ables` two y'earns ; E [ aot-rof at toile fatunn: Ilia, ut .I a-i? ewistide Ld'( limiz to he a hatrd wol:' tri~au;, qu'et ruan ; I sum decasedl yingv the bed; she 'v'a3 or! IT r bak i hi d fa 1n'i someI wine there the dais hbeore ; he wavant jnCUil. 'vHcman...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. MONDAY JUNE 8, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

M12ONDAY JUNE 8; 1829. Ow Thursday the 7th ult. appeared in the Sydncy Gazette for the. firbt time, the following avcrti*Lunesty - CO'MISAM aALtLPORRIV1ý Acniuh~intis D~epsiartmn znic in Iron `bout& Barre warranted to keep good b ibietes to transmit the'- 'l Ofice, sealed and endore by t*elJVe oClock of Thurie stant. The Value of the Packag . *Price of the meat, which is t and.-suamitted to the insp a ' fromasor rpsrzon of i:t y coiW CUs:2ty fo: its Coofi A (quCStiC' -r natual ae a 6 e v e r y t h i n L k n g w h o C o l o n y a n do Colony, and n'n"kil of 0 corr 'pldt a er, rhose estled .v hn he :ayar s len two third: in. s-`` -opNm. tiOnf; l say e e y h _-n -i -12 1 when he sw tho= e:a' xt.. N wztdo:"e - V mitter over in-his own mind §;± eolo L". 1st. That Mtr. LEamley: 1s eizse: die:'d y the Lords of the Treasurrto pu ciwse 6olor i meat for the supply of the trooes of NT S. aal es;. or he is nbt ;. or that it islet to hb CIer twon tom purchase foreign-meat or Coloai! wYi ...

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CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 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 him, 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 atealing a cheeese, the property of Mr. Brown. it ap peared in ovidence, this prisoner was a ser vant of Mr. Brown, and being oboerved concealing something under his jacket, the overseer called him., as if for the purpose paying hip money, when he found the heee under prisoner's jacket.'.mGuilty. Daniel Coffy ,rnd Joseph Smith, were in. dicted for ptealing fourteen sheets of brkg from the Market Wharf, the property of John M'Donnell. The proseeutbr proved, he lead deeired the constables on the Wharf to have ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 June 1829

A very sensible letter appeared in the Aau ,ralian of yesterday week, on the recent ex-. ,initation in the private IRoom of the .Pllcee tefice, With elosed doors,before a full Bench, iostituted at ths iasarce o, the Editor of this pape, on his havi.s' rrd, that a Y zan of the name of Patrick Clynch, had been shot dead       at Norfolk Island, the 27th of October 1827   while in charge of the Constables, by two or three oldiers, 1e a, d ts it was rumioured, by tie ogd c'S cf their Comnianding Officer Cap= W. i 'le the following extracts from the c§ ! lettor, which is .subscribed ,Videa' "'i`h r' i -n to a recent, and serious in ti-ation Iefore a Dench of Magistrates at the Ji=e ;Oice,;he :sensitive Editor of the Sydney Gazettc enqaires " What reparation can be n . to the ptarty under accusation, should t c Kaebrges prove unfoundýag?" . Tu40jL consideration, I conceive, was, or shoeld 11gve been, 6'"were there prima faei, sufi:cient ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

• o& a t l A bo , a , . ... . Ens & zen in edia io eet lens l mGereaniyur -cs in? eii S British Goods . d itt i . f -RHatsk wh i+Ce '.,.."N Jr . reieres - E East India calcoe ? re s d9-8tDitt,.?? .., i rsi Cry C, A tlery ii musihas andy E:iZk ditto ii baGin- gin scases Jionet'ditto' .a itish whiskeG 10a mbic ditto'- . Paolst, and A great Variety of other Goods. -ay"18, 1829. J, B. M. &Co. UST LANDED ) per .he THOMSON - 7and CAROLINE, from .London, aod on S e at.the Stores of the undersigned, a large' investment of well 'selected GOODS, con oisting of;,-: Y' Tavlor's best- double brown stout in-hhde. .and bttles . J R_ t T!ine Demerals and Jarata . ..... te ._. , ~O~nae brandy and Geneva - rort,Sherry, Madera and Teneriff. wines Pine, North Wiltshire and Cheddercheese Prime Cork butter, in firkins, currants useatel and Valentia raisins, Jordan. a monds tIoubl rihe refined ugar and chocolate YMwaecaroni, Vermacelli, Jamaica ginger and - allspice ' Pand storech@...

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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 — 13 June 1829

MgMORANDUM FOU THE ENSUING WEEK: VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C8. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5: IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. c~ n I High Water, 21 m. p. 6 Morn.-46 in. p. 6 SJ? . High Water, 15 m. p. 7 morn--42 m. p. 7 Aft 1 5 .High Vater, 10 nm. p 8 Morn.-36 In. p. 8 Nt I I High Water, 56 m* p.8 Morne--30 in. p. 9 Aft. : I j i Hish Water, 3Om. p. 9 Morn.-50 m. p. 9 . QI / High Water, 5 m. p. 10 Morn-25 m. P. 10 j High Water, 45 m. p.10 morr.-11 night. c " 1 Sup rises. 8 m..p. 7-sets 52 m. p.4 'FRIDAY ...;...... 1507054 • E. Showery SATURDAY .....;... 50 72 56 N. W. Fair SSUNDAY- .......... 50 70 54 Do. Do. . MONDAY ........ 27352 Do. Do. TUESDAy........... 50 7 54 Do. Do. WEDNESDAY .... 49j 68 501Do. Do. TuRSDAY' .........49 69 521Do. Do..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

-'crirers to this Journal on resigning it, will Aiwe to pay for the remainder of the qurarer, whether Sthey choose qt receive it or. not. Quarter days end the 31st A?arch, 30th June, 301h Sep?ember, ad?r~3sy )becember respectively. ertisements sent to his ofice, mnut spestfy on the ` lcer of them, the 'number of times they are to be ~d 9eretic d,- otherluie, thel will 6. continued Unli 3~~9(l·v·:a any settlement eu accent of tIe roprietdr lilate Sourar4 t tikest der sailietdg'a PaRINTED 4pt, .aigned y, t Mim. in 'lis -own. proper hand writi gh, A." Aney~,pqid on hAi aecour t without suchl receipt, .wilU ,i be given credit for, nor acknowledged i.n any. oray. Wie'.{ to Inbform, our .Subscriig b&otA in 'town asnd " ountry, they must consider the aersvver of their Newi-s papers by us to tho Post-master in Sydney, as regard'; ourfriend~up the country, and. to our news-carrier., as .regards . our friends" in Towen, a valid .delivery to them in lawi respectively ; the same as if p...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

To ,nE EDITO :or F'liE SYDNEY MONITOR, SIn,. I hope you vill give- ns your -opinion- of the power vested in the Jailors, as to whe ther they are empowerea turefuse debztorsd, entrusted to their keeping, the necessaries and comforts they require when in confine ment. Many of my coyntrymen, especially about Windsor, on whom by the bye there is,. to use a cant word, a great down, .have suf Ifered in a ,similar manner with- myself, during the short reign of our.present Jailor, and this appears to be a nowIliinstitute dlaw ,: by .the : ýJilur` phifie " _' -1:eseeof :. ba by' Atbe del"tors 0? tbe t;i:lbiids, t sequently'- victuals i,?d drink" ard d :ii moderation ."they ha'e a -ri httoc. their own cs't, ?I have been refused, Wi to me. are- neeessaries, by the Jailoril this place, imd I hope, if you wvill pulti this letter, His Excellency will order a ats tary warning to be given this officer of. Gov ern ment Establishment. A Government servant to Mr. c0. Magistrate "was brought -to the ga...

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Market Prices from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

Markc tPriceu- front i/clr c Gdrsg. Gu .;, s.- f Wheat per bsh.-0 A t 00 t ihick .".. w C ro . r Maiize,dol. 0 " 9 " 0 V i `V etw I , o7 " T Ihr1ey, do.... -0.-, S. 0 j Cec o, . P.otuitocs cwt.. 0 9 6 '.('ur:i Buttcr,pcrlb. 0. 1 10 Hay, y =: -1% g4i'.i

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Missions, Continued from page 1631. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

..Missions, Continued from page 16:31.'. WeV have been* led into this train of .' flection from considering the dissimilar vIeT of religion, taken by professors in eVexf part of the globe ; which views, howeger strangely opposed to each other, are resptCe tively deemed to be most self-evident 1!" rational, at least to all honest 'and un?pr judiced minds. .Yet why should they be deemed to be, what they never are ? I can only result from the helplessness f sort of natural ignorance, enpendered l fanaticism or projudice. A bigot, a reality more to be pitied than blamed. 1 is commonly a person of unheilthy I?i , who has been taught from a child to Frep=t certain words to make him good; to wi" :. him comfortable, respectable, and pow eriI according to his condition. He sees a ro1'l him concurring evidence, that such is thle ::,::! event. He is told, that to repeat other we3' or to imagine other things, is evil. thaL t cause the wickedness and misery which' ? vail in,everv other part of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

' V'RY RED (IE PRIGR"Z.. 1' the Residence of Mr. Thiomas Dillon, No. 11, LMarket-street, the under mentioned GOODS, by the latest -arrivals; Jirandy at- rum Scheda gin in quart bottles, as imported Tenerife wine in casks, 30 gallons each Cave wvine, b6ttled ale and porter Taylor's brokvn.~tout,.&c.. . ". ALSO Bottled green gages, plums, red herrings in a line state of preservation; sauces of all description, fruit? juice, pate a:la dtable, an chovie pastez cssence of hams,. and essence of lobsters. Calicoes, sheeting, shirting, cambrics, :tWills,.cjrduroy, fuI.tians., velveteens, drills, ticking, glazed linens, white jean, handker-. chiefs, gingham%, white- and stripe shirts, cloth of all colours, a large assortment of beautiful ribbons,, glass and earthenware, cutler, of all descriptions, tea, sugar, hams, soap candles and tobacco. ,With.a variety of other goods too numerous to mention. BY MESSRS. 'G. t J. PAUL, :ie:Property of the late William Balcombe, . sq. deceased at P...

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

AGRICULTURAL REPORT POR AVi . From a Correspondent.--" The weathEi .throughout the mont' has varied considerably from the preceding one, being much.colder, and indicating strong appearances of rain, particularly about the middle of the month, when there were a few slight showers, but in no instances has the rain penetrated so asto be of service. No doubt this season of theyear should- be dry, so as to allow ploughing and sowing to proceed without intermission, but such a continued succession of neasons.have passed on without rains, that we would gladly now submit to something ,like;a. deluge. 'Wheats that 'bad a tolerable appear. ance last month,; have not improved, and in many instances shew a sickly hue ; however, were we now to experience a change of wc': ther, they would wear a different aspect ;` LI unless a very favourable season does folc la, our crops must prove scanty, and far hl :1. what the consumption will require. Gr I are falling off extremely; feed, indeed, r the high...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

-9MDESTTC. INTEL LJGENCE. Their Woiships appear to feel the coldtirea • "lier as much as most. A good fire is kept in ' the Police office, but. its" influence is not suffici. ly extensive. A compact.,iron stove has. leen in troduced .~on ?he Beach as a wiuter ompaniowi for the Jlusticee SOn a T?ral the other day of a man for lhigll way robtb;ry, thr- witness named Kldd .stated, that the rohbh ry took *place at the Lumber yard, std lha h ?.ll T- ur -Iakssistance after he had b een robb ed, ?nd crossed over to the IM ain Guard houso. to enqcuireC -hy no one canme to his assis tancc ? . T ,~' :?diers~ told him tn reply, "it I1a no "'51?3~in· o f theire." 4~nery-What are ll thde Pnuposet:} fo. which Soidiera are "placed -the G, h 4 Souse + & ,aGeuzlrman of the ifl, contTeba large t muapity of bet; for the sup ort f ,the` Jbior it s foirwarded on thee .eai in ai weed 'to-the. for this purpose. : inotion was. made by Mr. Rowe' on Satur= day, in the Supreme Court, for a writ of Hab...

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NEWS EXTRAORDINARY. ARRIVAL BY STEAM FROM ENGLAND TO NEW SOUTH WALES IN THIRTEEN DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

EWS .XAO RDINARY ARRIVA& BY STEAM FROM ENGLAND TO NEW ISOUTH WALES IN THIRITEEN DAYS. In the Supplemnent to the Gazette of this day, the Clerical Editor an nounces news up to the 22nd ult. We understand thatthe new'Boston Newspaper alluded to in the said Supplement, always publishes news later than us; news is even up to the 2nd of August next. r -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

S....BY AUCTION. D'1 MR.. BODENHA ., i d the' i6thi instamt, at 11 o'cleck `. ' ,;. m ' n .. .prec?isely, 6IISE two most eligible BUILDING A ALLOTMENTS, close to George eet, hi the very heart of Sydney, opposite i. e Lumbei Yard, and adjoining the Pro i ty o~ f adamte Rens and Mr. Monteliore,, Se ting perhaps, without any exception, one .`thye athest. situations for a Merchant's a rhoutse, of any piece of ground in Syd. ioya being close to the water, and such as in i'few yea.i no money will purchase STh Plan and Terms of Sale. may be seen Si . Dddenhamn's New Rooins, next the ..s. H'ouse, who may be treated with for Si of tl.ese two capital Building Allot-.° 'i !iev, by private bargain,. the present Pro icter only dioposing of them on account of ii h wi lg the Colony. 2W0dBLE BROOD MARES, HORSES, ANLD OTHER STOCK,. iY MR. BODENHAM, S'>7ednesday the 17th instant, adjoining 'Ir. . Lvefey', Royal Hotel, George-street, ST..0,BOD1E HA.1 M has the honor to an.. tounce to his numerous a...

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NEWS BY THE VOLUSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

We have received papers to the 9th of January inclusive by tVhis vessel, and give: part of a leading article of the Morning Chronicle as a sample of the current news of England up to that day. The Kl i " in good health and the Wellington Ministry firm. - The Pennington.heath Meeting seems to have given vent to. a deal of foolish eceitation. among the Brunswickers and O'Connel-ires; and altogether things at home are'pretty quiet; and will most probably con-' tinue so till Parliament meets. . The retiring of - a great Banker; named Rowlarid Ste phe'nson, for .want of more urgent matter, seems to occupy the attentiono6f the Lo~d6in folks a great deal. t 'ia the air balIoobn of the, day.:

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