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EX-OFFICIO LIBELS. Supreme Court, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

EX-OFFICIO LIBELS. Supreme Court, Monday., After the three judges had taken their: beats, H. M. Attorney 'General rose, and prayed for judgment on Mr. E. S; Hall, Proprietor and Editor of The Sydniy l honitor, for a seditious libel, published by him, and of which he had been found guilty last term. Mir. Hall not being. in attendance, and inii ination :being given to .the... Court that h·e. would shortly make his appearance, E:A; Hayes, Esq.. was called upon, and .answeredd" The Attorney General prayed the judg" -ment of the Court against him for a seditious libel published by him, against Governor. Darling, inhis Jourual, The A4ustralian, of which "hehad been found guilty last term. Mr.. Justice. Dowling proceeede to read the notes taken by him on, the" trial, after which AV': C. Wentworth, Esq. rose on the part of the defendent, and delivered :himself in substance' Sas follows :-- "'I beg leave to state to your Inor,. as a prelude. to the objections I shall raise for up arrest of J...

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PORT MACQUARIE: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

PO'RT a ACQUARIE: ;Extracts from a Journal kept at Port Mac quarie by an Officer there of long standing, an Emigrant S: aturday, 27th Aprl. Andrew Hay Sden. prisoner of .he Crown, boatswain of the worhing' boat Hastings, brought a par 'rot cae. .n the 19th instant,, made by Tho nmas George, prisoner, for Mr. P?""onoo ; it was made of Government wire.and wood. flay :7. Oliver Wilks, prisoner, was, through an irformer. suddenly accused be "fore the M~igistrate for being short of brass. In defence, the nman offered to produce the brass which he Was aecused of purloining. lle was permitted to fetch it. On his re ,,t(urn, he placed before the worthy Justice two pair of brass spurs, which the fellow had the.audReity'. to allege,' were made by the .:clrder-'of ihe, said Justice. for his own use. STh'e Ju-Fice paid " go along about your bu s neetyou d-----d irascral . The spurs wvere o?iletcd" to 'bekept in the King'a..nagazines, . ;and there. they are at this diay. ' Mfiy `9. At nine o'clo...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 13, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

THE SYDN 'T 1 MOTOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 13, 1829. In a long article on " Exports" in the Syd ney Gazette of Thursday week, the Editor gives way to the erroneous notions of the, very ignorant people of New South Wales, by deploring the amount of our importations; and by ascribing to their excess, part of our present calamities. An excessive importa tion of English and other foreign goods, by promoting ruinous prices (ruinous w* mean, to the Importer) through an excessive com petition among Importers t. sell, and so far deterring future, importations, may be, by pos.ibility, injurious to us at some very distant day. Tit our importations have Lever yet arisen to such an excess as this. Nor does the. Editor arnthe very ignorant people who advocate his doctrine, mean this, when they foolishly. exclaim against imports as if they were the cause of6'ur embasrrasments. Plenty of imports , by promoting cheapness of English clothes, tools, gear, and victuals and drina (spirits &c...

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Noctes Ambrozianos. Scene—The third story room of an Office in the principal street of Boston; an elegant writing table in the centre, snug fire, book cases disposed in different parts of the room, a composing chair on one side of the table. Bellropependant from the centre of room; files of "the Official," the Admonisher, and the Currency Lad scattered, here and there. Bottles, glasses, cigars, on chimney-piece. (Sanctus solus). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

. Noctes Am&rozinuri ?Scende-The third story rooim of an Office in the principal street Tof Boston;. an elegant writing table in the centre, snug fire, book cases dis pposed in different parts of the room, a corm. posiig chair on one side of the table. Bell rope.pendunt.from the centre of room ; files of "the Ollicial," the Admonidwer,and the Currenn cy. Lad ecattered, here alad there. Bottles, glasses, cigars, on chimnneypiece, (Sanctus solus). (Takes a pinch of, snuff, gracefully throwing the superfluity from his fingers; then commences a soliloquy). " Stinmulant .to the drov yy senses, yhichi ever way one uses this cociali weed; it cla* eifies the medlitative organs; let's see, what shall we write about ? `tis far more diaicult to create a subject than when created to, give the subject form. 4 would, O'Rourke were rcturned from thisidays' arvest ? lhe may supply men with a text, and aid ine against these drivelling Radicali. MIfAGGGo'has tltegged rme to leave them to lthe...

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

VM*1O1?FES9R0 01?D IYF'C1NG the hof iou to announceto 1inis S the"Friends and the Phblic, thlit' be will ":i a BALL, by Subscription, on the 18th ' -roximo, in commemoration of that event ful day, che Battle of-.Waterloo. Thosel I ,Ladies and "Gentlemen who may design. toc honourF: Mr. B. with their Compdny, are res. :.pe'ctfully requested to' send for Tickets of. i Ir. B. at Mr. SPercr'G, 91, George-street. it having been intimated to Mr. Baunvrox, ?that his labours would be acceptable at Par I rarmtta, he most respectfully inforrcas the, J adies and Gentlemen of that Town, that: he will do himself the honour to wait upon. thenm as soon as he can make the necessary i.rraugeliements with Mr. NAsu. WANTED " .A.'FEMALE ATTENDANT. |t+,A +LADY about to proceed, forIndiIs . desirous to engage a persqa , ;iA , `':;above capacity. R]espectable.., refereicei-wil] pe:required.-"A-pply to +,'r:« "MRS.. RICKARDS, Pitt "treet, Sydney, ., May 25th, 1.8$9. • SWANTS A SITUATION, " YOUNG MAN of 'ex...

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(Morning Chronicle, Jan. 9, 1829.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

(Morning ChronicleIan.9, 182a.) We do not believe that the Earl of Vern. lam or any other person. has et, been defini tively appointed successor .to the. Marquis of Anglesea. 'hoe trivial circumstance of the Premier having spent a day lately at Gor hamburyis, lprobably, the sole 'foundation for this positive announcement,. 4n account received foom Dublin yester "day, on which we can place implicit reliance, ,st tes, ,that the sensation, excited by the recal of the Marquess of Anglesea is more univer sal and intense than has ever hitherto been knoiwn. Is it intended to:give manifestation of th s fcC!i'ng v.her! the day of his departrcp *.shall have airrived, in a manner so marked, as to efface the remembrance of even the Kings embarliation at Dunleary. It is p remarkable f act tlha the men most opposed to the Cpinions of the Darques was known to entcritin, riake svery opportunity of bearing to'tinony to the ariable and honourable feel inge which distinguished him as an ludividual, a;...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

Arrivals. — On Tuesday, the Darling, from     Launceston the 30th of May, with a cargo of wheat and wool. On Wednesday, the Dragon, from Launceston, with a cargo of wheat, wool and sundries. On Friday, the         Java Packet, from Launceston, with a cargo   of wheat, wool and sundries. Same day, the Lucy Ann, (govt) from Melville Island and   Raffles Bay, 93 pasengers came up in this vessel from the former settlement. Same   day, the Georgiana, from Loundon, the 1st of December, 1828, Hobart Town the 2nd inst.   wih wheat, wool and hay. T'he Ionia had   arrived at Hobart Town,, and a vessel, sup-     posed to be the Crocodle man of war, was   entering 'the River on their coming out.   This day, the Isabella, from Moreton Bay the 25th of May, P'ort MacQuarie the 8th inst.   &...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

MARRIED.-On Tuesday last by Special License, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Mr.   Reuben Uther, t0 Miss Ann, daughter of Mr. L. Iredale, Australian Ware-house,   George Street. DEATH. - We are requested to announce the death of Louisa Wood, an orphan in the Institution at Parramatta, grand daughter of the late William Sims, Esquire, Collector of Customs in London under the Patent for sixty years. The attention of Mrs. Ellis, the     Matron, we understand, has excited the   lively gratitude of Mrs. Jane Sims, relict   of the Collector.

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CRIMINAL COURT TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 June 1829

CRIMINAL COURT TRIALS. Thomas Shaw, and Maria Williams, were in- dicted for having stolen from Mr. John Joshua Moore, of Liverpool, certain monies, viz. — 20 sovereigns, gold ; one half-guinea, gold; 15 dol- lars ; 20 shillings ; a 10l. Bank of England note, and two 1l notes. It appeared in evidence that Mr. and Mrs. Moore went from home on the 8th April, and left the female prisoner in charge of the house ; she was an assigned servant to Mr Moore. Shaw is a ticket-of-leave man, but likewise a servant to Mr. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. M. returned home in the evening, and the prisoner Williams had eloped ; the cash box was broken open and the contents gone; viz — 18 sovereigns, one half gui- nea English, 10 bills on the Bank of England, 3 one-pound notes of Cooper and Levey, 3l. 15s. in dollars, a few shillings, and one or two pro- missory notes. In about half an hour afterwards, it was discovered, that the prisoner Shaw had ab- sconded also. A servant, named Robert Davis, saw the foot trac...

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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 — 15 June 1829

- DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C.,&C.. TAKIEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN TIHE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. , ( I I High Water, 21 m. p. 6 Morn.-46 min. p. 6 _tI High Water, 15 m. p. 7 morn-42 m. p. 7 Aft E ( ` I High Water. 0 m. p 8 Morn.-36 m. p. INt a High Water, 56 m- p.8 Morn.--30 m. p. 9 1 - ft;. SI °i H igh Water, 30m. p. 9 Morn.-50 m. p,. 9 _.. ( High Water, 5 m p. 10 Morn-25 m. r. 10 High Water, 45 m. p.10 morr.-11 mrght. u I Sun rises. 8 vm p. 7-sets 52 m. p.4 FRIDAY .......... 50 7054 . E. Showery SATURDAY ........... 50 72 56 N. W. Fair SUNDAY ......"..... 50 70 54 Do. Do. MONDAY ......... 52.73 52 Do. Do. TUESDAY ............ 5070 54 Do. Do. EDNESDAY ....... 49 6850Do. Do. THURSDAY, ........ 491691521Do. Do.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

The publie are cautioned to'-pay , io aor- no S4angsttkme t ohs zccount of the Proprietor of this SJournnal, wjithanu. g de PR1 iTIN - 'receiP a - +gned by. A.m in Mh _owa prer hand writing. e" vnrpaio A. aesount withýi isuew receipt, will 911 gack*or#wlktdged I.n any We be6g ta inbrmi oari Subscrtlbes &oth ins town. had. " ountry they must consider thl aeuwery of therr Nuws papers by us to tho Post-master in Sydnty, as regardi ourfriemndup the country; and to ori nuews-carriers as regards our friends in Town, a valid deliv., Sy to thein in law respectively t, the same as .if put into their own ha&nds. Subtcribers who &' not receive their papers reglarly, are requested to complain to ?s by letter ,(poit-paid)7and, as far as we can, we wudl remedy the evil.' But' we wili not be answerable for the deliversy of our Jourual in a iore: effectual mnanner, than thus set forth. This is r the oondition on which\'we sell our Journal, and of whlic we hereby re.quest all...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

To T?E EDITOR Op TUE SyDNEY MONITon, I hol,pe you will give us your opinion of the power vested in the Jailors, as to whe ther they are empoweren torei'use debtordd, entrusteld to their keeping, the necessaries and comforta they require when in confine ment. Many of my countrymen, especially about Windbor. on whom by the bye there is, to use a cant word, a great dwn, have sut fered in a similar manner with myself, during the short reign of our present Jailor, and this appears to be a newly institute dlhw by the Jailor himself. r . t The expense of W~ i?ri must be defra? by the. debors " or- their friends, and - sequently victuals ~and d_'ink,' and dri . in moderation they have a rightto,'" their own cost. I have been refused, wi to me are neeessaries, by the Jailor ?1 this place, and I hope, if you will publis this letter, His Excellency will order a sale tar) warning to be given this officer of $1 Gov ernment Establishment. A Government servant. to Mr. Co=t. Magistrate was brought ...

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Missions, Continued from page 1631. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

Missions, Continued foona page 1631 .. Ws have been led into this train of rze flection from considering, the dissimilar viewe of religion, taken by professors in every part of the globe ; which views, however strangely opposed to each other, are respure' tively deemed to be most self-evident end rational, at least to all honest and unpre. judiced minds. Yet why should they be deemed to be, w*hat they never are ? It can only result from the helplessness of a, sort of natural ignorance, engendered by' fanaticism or projudice. A bigot, is in, reality more to be pitied than blamed. He is commonly a person of unhealty blood, who has been taught from a child to repeat certain words to make him good; to make him comfortable, respectable, and powerful, accordingto his condition, Hle sees around him concurring evidence, that such is the usail event. He is told, that to repeatother wortds or to imagine other thingi, is evil, that they canse the wickedness and misery which pre vail in every o...

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

AGRICULTURAL. REP.ORT FOR MAY. From, a Correspondent.---" The weather throughout the montn has varied considerably from the preceding one, being much colder, and indicating strong appearances of rain, particularly about the middle of the mouth, when there were a few slight showers, but ia no instances has the rain penetrated so as to be of service. No doubt this season of theyear?i should be dry, so as to allow ploughintg teand, : sowing to proceed without intermission, but:: such a continued succession of seasons havei:,? passed on without rains, that we would-': gladly now submit to something like a' deluge. Wheatg that had a tolerable appear=j_ ance last month,. have not improved, and i?tt many instances shew a sickly hue; however !l were we now to experience a change of wea?: ther, they would wear a different aspect; but?; unless a very favourable season does follow,; our crops must prove scanty, and far below,:', what the consumption will require. Grasse"" are falling off extre...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

Arrivals.-On Tu.es(day the D)ardin . Launceston the 30th of May, with a cart wheat and wool. On eVnresdr y, DrugaCn, from .Latnces'on, with ra raarc I wheat, wool and siundries. On 'Wid;.y Java Packet, from La1uneetor,, vtl asC of wheat. wool anid sindries. saume dat'', 'Lucy Anrn, (govt.) frot h\1elvi1le Lslang.0 } Ra{ es -slay, 9 passengers c, we up in ,, vcssl fromni we tortuer FettleulcInt. I day, the' Gcrlgiant , from Loudon, the'. December, 1 i1oha tt Town the {1:,n( vib W.I kvt, Wxwool and tray. flThe Ionic arrived at .Hobart 1S own, and a vt-c 3eI ; poflc.d to be the Croeodde ianan' of wz . 1.. er~tering the River on their Q 61:ýl.r!;; T'his day, the Isabella. &:. czarclon a' 05,11 of May, /Port l- ac€uarie the "Iti with ceada, &c. massci .' i, Dr. 2o troops and pT iooner.i. )epar1eC . - On T Puczday, the P csp · London, with Colonial prociucc. ,imn` the I' flucC . oya ! "ftr !tundia, in t:"lact

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

ODZWIESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Their Worships appear to feql the cold wea ther as much as most. A good fire is kept 'in the Police office, but its infiluence is not~uffici. ly extesxive. A compact iron stove hau been ini troduced on the Be:r.,h as a wiuter companion for the Jistices On a Trial the other day of a man for high. way rohllery, the witnes6 named Kidd stated, t4hat the robbery took place at the Lumber yard, and that he called for assistance after hlie had been robbed, and crossed over to the Main Guard houso to enquire why no one came to his assi. tace ? 'The Soldiers told him in reply, "it was no business of theirs." ,n'ery--What are at. the purposes for which Soidiers are placed at the Guard-huuse I A Genloman of the Bar, contributes a largc jq u tity of beef forthe Suppo f'tf at Dubtor. nowi confined in the .igol; "about a'n hundred weight is forwarded on three days in each week to the... for this purpose. A notion was made ,tby Mr. Rowe on Satur. day, in the Supreme Court, ...

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Noctes Ambroxiane Scene—The third story room of an Office in the principal street of Boston; and elegant writing table in the centre, snuge fire, book cases disposed in different parts of the room, a composing chair on one side of the table. Bellrope pendant from the centre of room; files of "the Official," the Admonisher, and the Curreney Lad scattered, here and there. Bottles, glasseds, cigars, on chimnery-piece. (Sanctus solus). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

N6ces Ambrqziana?. Scese-The third story room of an Office ip the principal street of Boston; an elegant writing table io the centre, nag fire, book cases dis posed in different parts of the ruoom, a com posing chair on one side of the table. Bell rope pendant from the centre of room ; files of "the OfLicial," the Arlmonisher,and the Curren. oy Lad scattered, here and there. Bottles, glasses, cigars, on chimney.piece. (Sanctus solus). (Takes a pinch pf snuff, gracefully throwing the superfiuity froln his fingers; then commences a soliloquy). " Stimulant to the drowzy senses, which ever way one uses this social weed; it cla rifies the meditative organs; let's see, what shall we write about I 'tis far more difficult to create a subject than when created to give the subject form. I would O'Rourkce were returned from this days' harvest I he may supply me with a text, and aid me against thcse drivelling Radicals. M.lseeoo has begged mnc to leave them to them. selves, and truly.I agree wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

£ t.T K'ERY REDUCED P I IC1B,. I' the Residence of Mr. Thoa.s Dillon, ; t1 "No. 17, Market-street, tlhe under-' anentioned GOODS, by the latest arrivals, Brandy and rum Schedamn gin in quart bottles, as imported Tenerifie wine in casks, 30 gallons each Cane wine, Ibottled ale and porter 'aylor's brown stout, &c. ALSO Bottled green gages, piams, red herrings in i fine state of preservition; sauces of all description, fruit juice, pate a la dtable, an chovie paste, esse'nce of hams, and essence of lobsters. Calicoes, sheeting, shirting, cambrics, twills, carduroy, fustians, velveteens, drills, ticking, glazed linens, white jean, handker chiefs, ginghams, white and stripe shirts, cloth of all colours, a large assortment of beautiful ribbons, glass and earthenware, cutlery of all descriptions, tea, sugar, hams, Soap candles and tobacco. With a variety of other goods too numerous to mention. BY MESSRS. G. & J. PAUL, T'he Property of the late William Balcornmbe, Esq. decea...

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NEWS EXTRAORDINARY. ARRIVAL BY STEAM FROM ENGLAND TO NEW SOUTH WALES IN THIRTEEN DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

NEWS EXTRlA40 DIiVAlRI'. ARRIVAL' BY STEAM FRO.1 ENGLAND TO NEW ISOUTH WALES IN THIRTEEN DAYS. In the Supplement to the Gazette of this day, the Clerical Editor an nounces. news up'to the 22nd ult. We.uilberstand that the new Boston Newspaper alluded to in the said Supplement, always publishes news later than us; news is even up to the 22nd of August next.

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NEWS BY THE VOLUSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

STEWS BY THE VO LUSIA. We have received papers to the 9th of January inclusive by this 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 King is in good health and the Wellington Ministry firm. The Pennington.-heath Ileeting seems to have given vent to a deal of foolioh excitation among the Brunswickers and O'Co?nel-itee; and altogether thbing at home are pretty quiet, and,will mnost probably con tinue so till Parliament neets. The retiring of a great Banker, nanred Rowland S:e plienson, for want of. more urgent matter, seems to oceHpy the attention of the Lonidon folks a great de4l. It is the air balloon of the 4.y.

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