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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 July 1826

To the Editor of the MONITOR. Sir,   A writer, a clever writer in the Gazette, Delta his name, affirms, that no argument is adduced in support of this, as he appears to consider, excessive evil. Nothing save bombast and rhodomandate in praise of the said evil; and execration and derision in dispraise of its opposers. This may be true. But it is also very well known, that the caste of which he is evidently a member, makes use of the identical weapons, with which he is displeased. Now, Mr. Editor, I do not pretend to much logical knowledge, still will I look a little into this matter, and give my opinion thereon. From the foundation, I may say, of the world, from at least the period when history (biblical and heathen,) begins to be authentic, amusements, races among the number, seem to have been general. From the earliest periods then, down to Anno Domini, 1826, Anno Mundi, 5830, have races existed. Now we must either ac knowledge that the above mentioned caste, or the wh...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - ARRIVALS-On Saturday, the 8th instant, the Ship JOHN BARRY, CAPTAIN ROCHE; sailed from London the 20th of February; Portsmouth 8th of March; and the Cape the 28th of May. Brings the 1st. detachment of the New South Wale. Corps; consisting of Captain D'Arcey, lady, and child; Lieutenant Bell, Missess and Master Bell; Lieutenants Col. line, Tamers, and Sarney; Assistant Surgeon Gibson; 84 rank and file; 66, women ; and 73 children.-'Saine day, front Port Macquarie, with 47 Prisoners, the Government Brig, Afary Elizabeth. ON Monday, the 10th instant, the Brig Dragon, from Port Dalrymple, with 4,500 Bushels ef Wheat, 40 Bales of Wool, 104 Sheep, and 5 tons of Potatoes. Passenger, D. A. C. G. Walker, Esq. DEPARTURES.-On Tuesday, the 11th, on a speculative trip, the Schooner Prince Regent.-On Wednesday, .th4 12th, instant, the Ship Doncaster, Captain Church, and Atalante Brig, Captain Leitch, for London, via Hobart Town.-Isabella, for Port Macquarle, PROJECTED DEP...

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EXTRACT FROM THE LONDON COMPARATIVE PRICE CURRENT, FEB. 21, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

EXTRACT FROM THE LONDON COMPARA. TIVE PRICE CTJRRENT, Fa. 21, 1826. Arrow Root ...... .... 6d. to Is. 6d. per lb, English Oak Bark ..... . 211. to 231. per-load. Foreign ditto......:.:.:. 61. to 101. per ton. Horns, bd. 123.......... 40s. 50s. Cape 85s. 105, Tips do... .. ......... 16s. 188. Stag................ Ox and Cow Hides ordinary 2s. 4d.to 28. 1Od. per 14 lb. Buenos Ayres ditto ...... 7d. to lod. per lb. West India Salted ditto .. 6+d. dry 7d. Seal Skins, South Sea.. .'. 8s. to 20s. Oil, South Fishery . . .. 321. to 351. Sperm .............,. 551. Seal Oil, pale.......... .31. to 361. Head Matter.... .....: 601. Wool, Merino, washed .. Is. 9d. to gs. Ditto, Spanish Leon . . Ss. 3d. to 4s. 6d. OILS cannot support their late prices. (Says the aane Price Current). On Friday, (17th. Feb.) the sale prices for 42 tons Sperm, by auction, was 551. 10s. Twenty. one tons of Seal Oil, 321. On th6 21at. February. Sperm, 551. THE first detachment of the New South Wales Corps landed from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

G SMITHlof WINDSOR, having been honoured by Ills Ex " cellency the Govornor, with a Licence to act as Auctioneer. and Vendue-Master for Windsor, and the various districts of the Hawkesbury; takes this opportunity of informing the Inhabitants thereof, and the Public in general-of the same, assuring such per. sons as may be pleased to -honour him with their commands, that every attention shall be paid to their interests. G. S. hereby announces his intention of holding an Auction Air his Premises in George Street, Windsor, regularly on the frsat Saturday in each Month; the first monthly Sale to take ploce on the 5th day of August next, when there .(rll be exposed fbr sa1e, 6 Large and General Assortment of Linen and Woollen Drapery, Mercery and Ibhcrdashery Goods, Slops, Groceries, HlardwaIes, Spirits, Wines, and Q;bex articles which will btadvertistd iq lottarp

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Prices of Articles at Yesterday's Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

Vriut% of 2rtiteIt at et ttvbai'a% tittt. Wheat, average price of......... 7s. Mlaize............ ............ 2s. 9d. to 3.. 3d: Barley......................... 3s. Potatoes....................... Ss. to 14s. Butter....................... 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. Cheesy............ ........... h. to l. 3d. Eggs ............................is. 6d. to 2s. Fowls.......................... 2s. 6d.to 3s. Ducks...... .................4s. to 4s..6& Geese... ..................... 9s.toi1s. '1'urkies.................. ..... 10s.. Bread..........................6d:

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LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. THE EXAMINER. LONDON, MARCH 5, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

Ig LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. THE EXAMINER. p d LONDON, MARCH 5,182. OUn readers will find, under the head of Greece, some ,e interesting private letters from that country, which gave! a an account of important victories obtained over: the. Is urks at Missolongi and Lepanto. e THE remaining foreign intelligence of the week is of P no very definite nature. From Russia we receive re e ports of the discovery of several secret Political Associ. e ations in that Empire; the objects of which are described, e with so much convenient obscurity, that we learn little n but that the expedition into France has not been without consequences. A Scottish paper has professed to receive intelligence of the assassination of the Emperor NIcuo i.zs, by a vessel which has made a quick voyage from. r St. Petersburg to the Orkneys; but the statement is, altogether discredited. The sudden departure of the " Russian Ambassador, Count LIEVEN, for his own country on Friday, has created a considerable sensat...

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Theology, Ethics, Religious Intelligence, &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

solog , ýetbicý, 3leligious *nt.Tligence, &c. $r. "IT is very much to the credit of the government of the country. that they have come to the decided resolu tion to put down that most offensive nest of blasphemers, which, under the name of Carlile's gang, have been long defying the laws of the country, and insulting the best feelings of individuals and families. Whilst these un happy and deluded men talk of freedom of conscience, and demand why they are persecuted for opinions, they forget how far they are trespassing against the con sciences of others,-how grossly they assail all the feel ings and sentiments of their neighbours,-and how they vilify, slander, and degrade, by low abuse and mere scurrility, all those who differ from themselves. Are they persecuted for opinions, and for opinions only, who have been prosecuted and convicted, not for thinking, not for their conscientious belief, but for a vehement abuse of the religion of the majority of their country, and for a ...

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Select Poetry. A TALE, FOUNDED ON A FACT Which happened near Leeds, in January, 1779. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

* clcct ~oetr . A TALE, POUNDED ON A FACT Which happened near Leeds, in January, 1779. WHnERn Ilumber * pours his rich commercial stream, There dwelt a wretch who breath'd but to blaspheme. In subtrraneous caves his life he led, Black as the mine in which he wrought for bread. When on a day, emerging from the deep, A Sabbath day, (such sabbaths thousands keep!) The wages of his weekly toil he bore To buy a cock-whose blood might win him wore; As if the noblest of the feather'd kind AVere but for battle and for death desigu'd; As~if hsav'n's consecrated hours were meant For sport, to minds on cruelty iatent; It chanc'd, (such chances providence obey) IHe met a fellow-labor'r on the way, Whose heart the same desires had once inflam'd, But now the savage temper was reclaim'd, Persuasion on his lips had taken place; For all plead well, who plead the cause of grace. His iron heart with Scripture he assail'd, Woo'd him to hear a sermon, and prevail'd. His faithful bow the mighty preacher ...

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No Title London, Monday, 6th March, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

FROM THE TIMES. Is London, Monday, 6th March, 1826. it Tua Budget, it appears, is to undergo another post ponement; and the right Hon. the CHANCELLOR of the n ExcHEQUER to enjoy a second, though we trust a short C, lived, reprieve. Undoubtedly this is not a time at which, Le if the Minister were much actuated by a wish to tran 's quilize the public mind, he would put off, even for one d day, a full explanation of the state of the national finan d ces, unless compelled to it by considerations of a most 1, urgent mature. So far, therefore, as Mr. ROBINSON has been a party to this unseasonable delay, we must suppose e that he sees reason for apprehending a greater increase of disturbance from the story which he would have to n tell, than from the brief suppression of it. If so, the )Right Hon. Gentleiian may be liable to no larger share e of censure than would be incurred by nine men of milk e and-water characters out of ten, for taking half measures when decisive ones are beyond their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

f N SALE at theA tstrellan Iron Warehouse, No. X7, O Geor-street, facin the Market, .in addition to the large stock on hand, of English and Swedish Iron by the 1heaader, which will be sold on reasonable terms. LAUNCELOT IREDALE. ENGLISH STATIONARY. i CLEMENTS, respectfully informs the Public, she .LV.Idaily expects, per Ship, MARY ANN, a choice Invest rent of Assorted Papers, with a Selection of valuable and interesting Books, elegantly bound. LIKEWISE AN INVESTMENT OF IND!A (GOODS. Book Binding in all its branches. s No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, May, 26th. 1826. JAMES JAMES, BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER, No. 20 GEORGE STREET, BEGS leave to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for the favours he has hitherto received in honouring him with their support, he has now a CHOICE INVESTMENT of English and Spanish Leather on hand, which he would recommend to the TRADE, particularly COACH TRIMMERS. N. B. He has also a CHOICE ASSORTMENT of Elegant English Tops for Boots. ...

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BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER. STOCK EXCHANGE, MARCH 4, 1826.—(Four o'Clock.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER. STOOK EXCHANGE, MARCH 4, 1826.-(Four o'Clock.) TnE coming of this day was anticipated with much anxiety on the Stock Exchange. The Consul Market opened at 76- for the Account. SOON after 12 o'Clock, Consols rose to 76* 77-this advance continued, however, but for a short time, for they suddenly went down to 76+, for the Account, and closed at 76-- -. In the earlier part of the morning the .Bears took fright, and purchased largely, a feeling being prevalent amongst them, that the " Budget," which it was expected would be brought forward on Monday next, would prove favourable, since which, however, it was asserted that the Budget would not be opened until Friday. Money appeared very plentiful, and could be borrowed on the Foreign Market at 3 per Cent. THE Foreign Market was quiet, and transactions scarce. Old Spanish 94-. Mexiean 61+. Columbian, New, 47.,.. Russian, 7'4j. Greek Bonds, 18. Brazil Bonds. 55. IT will be seen that India Stock improves gradually 3 ....

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

DIARY. .MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises 3 min. after 7. "I.IHigh Water at Port Jacksor, 59 min. past 2 Morn. 32 min. past 3 Afternoon. St. SWITHIN. Sun Sets 57 min. after 4. . High Water, 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aftern. High Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Even. uo I Day, 9 hours 54 min. long. * I Hihh Water, 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. east 6 Even. E.; High Water, 13 minu. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Even. KING GEORGE IV. Crowned, 1821. Q High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Night. Full Moon, 17 min. past 5 Afternoon. High Water, 56 min. past 8 Morn.-17 min. past 5 Aft. Strawberry beds should now receive their Spring dressing - -in doing which the runners must be taken off from the and the weeds ortrefully cleared away. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH TILE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER AT NOON ON EACH DAY, TAKEN ON THE SHADE. WEI). THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. 'TUES. 53 60 58 55 55 52 60 FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

GtOVERNM- CE, CoLoieiAL SECaRTAKY' Orlica, JULY 6, 1846. TfE Governor has again the satisfaction to notice the succesSful exertion of the Mounted Police, under Lieutenant Everndent, at Bathurst. A party of bush rangers, armed with musquets, have been taken, after a pursuit of three days. They had seized some horses, and were driving off a number of sheep, having h native woman and her child with them. These people (two of whom, Carter and Johnstone, are notorious offenders, having escaped from an escort in March last) were promptly pursued in consequence of the information given by Mr. Tindall, whose establishment they had plundered, and who, together with Mr. Lee, and two Natives, (who are reported to have been ex tremely usefal on this occasion), accompanied the mount - el police, and, by their activity, contributed to The suc cess of the party. Had Mr. Robert Fitzgerald been as prompt as Mr. Tindall, in giving information to the Commandant at Bathurst, when first his horses were ...

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A MAGISTRATE OF THE COLONY HAS SENT US THE FOLLOWING, WITH A REQUEST THAT IT MAY BE INSERTED IN OUR COLUMNS. Extract from the late popular Work of M. Garnier, on Political Economy. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

A MAGISTRATE OF THE COLONY HAS SENT US THE FOL LOWING, WITH A REQUEST T'HAT IT MAY B$ INSERTED IN OUR COLUMNS. Ertract from the late popular Work of M. Gannier, on Poli tical Economy. POLITICAL economy is a science of very modern origin. About the middle of the eighteenth century, a learned French man directed his attention to this subject, and became the founder of a celebrated school. THESE economists saw that the original source of all wealth was the soil, and that the labour of its cultivation pro duced not only the means of subsisting the labourer, but also a net surplus, which went to the increase of the existing stock : while on the other hand, the labour applie4 to the pro ductions of the earth, (the labour of manufactures and com merce,) can only add to the material a value exactly equal to that expended during the execution of the work ; by which means, in the end, this species of labour operates no real change on the total sum of national riches. They perceived that the l...

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(Kerton's Letter Continued, from page 61 of our last.) To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

(Kerton's Letter Continued, from page 61 of our last) To the Editor of the MONITOR. -I hired a little house with two rooms, and a skillen, letting the latter to lodgers. The houses are built chiefly of cedar, and the carpenters who had lived in the house previously, left on the tye-beanis some remnants of cedar, measuring 1S inches by 6-4 thick with these I made some trays for domestic use. My wife made gowns. She was accused of purloining half-a yard. My house was searched, and the trays were taken to the Major. My account of them was not believed,, although I shewed the constable the place in the loft floor from which I had taken them. I received 50 lashes and was ordered to the lime-burners for the rest of my sentence, ad to be worked in irons on bread and water, which I endured. The cat with which I was scourged, was the same, or one of the same, which Mr. l3igge the Commissioner took with hid to England. It was called the Rogue's cat, and was composed of nine thongs asv thick a...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. (Lord John Russell in continuation.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

'rltmetti4Intelligenc. (Lord John Russell in continuation.) UIE knew that there were some gentlemen so particu cularly sensitive when the term war was mentioned, as to be afraid of showing any jealousy or ill-will that was calculated to lead to it ; but he thought the members of this unholy confederation were at present so distressed by their past struggles, and so busy in repairing their shattered finances by British gold, that for three or four years to come they would not be anxious to go to war with Great Britain. If we waited for those three or four years, and allowed them in the mean time to pursue their schemes without interruption, he should not .be sur prised if, at the end of that period, they should have the audacity to offer to our consideration propositions as degrading and humiliating as they had recently offered to the consideration of Spain. (Hear.) If they did, he trusted that the ancient spirit of this country would reject them with the scorn they merited; and unde...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

WE highly approve of this letter. We think that the time chosen for the establishment of the Dispensary is suspi cious. Dr. Bland was too unwell of course to be asked, and Dr. -- was not then known to'have resumed his practice, and Dr. - was otherwise engaged,-so that it would have been of no avail, to have asked them,-therefore it devolved upon the present gentlemen. Now we admit that 'some of these are much esteemed, but none are popular. We augur ill of the success of the institution. Political feeling. is ex ceedingly disagreeable, when supposed to be mixed up in a charity. (ED.) To CoRaeroNDENTs.-The letter from A SUBSCRIBEU a tolerably well written, but too theoretical and far-fetched to claim insertion at this time. The subject too on which he writes begins to be exhausted, otherwise it might have appeared. lWe should be proud to oblig'e our Correspondent who signs his well-written but very severe animadversions "A COUNT RY MAN," but in t.7e first place, the person satirized ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

Afacquarie Plare, l st Jday, l"426. T HE COMMITTEE of the AUSTIIALLIAN ACnICULTURAL COMPANY, beg to give notfec, that they are at all times ready to receive Tenders for any number of 1FO:lNEJ) CATTLE, or SHEEP. TILE particulars of which they require to be informed, are 1. The number and description of the animals offered. 2. The place where they are to be seen. 3. The price, and mode of payment. 4. The number of days which will be allowed for examina tion, before an answer is returned. Blank forms, prepared for this purpose, may be obtained by application.at. their Office in Macquarie Place. By lesire of the Committee. GEORGE MIHNER SL.XDE, Secretary to the Committee. AS many of the Free Class of the Poor inhabitants of the Town of Sydney, when suffering from Disease, are una able to pay for Medical Advice, and not having any claims on the Government Medical Establishment, are frequently doom. ed to linger on the bed of sickness, and perhaps at length fall victims to its painful eff...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

LAST week a prisoner of the Crbwn named Patrick Mc'Nally, in attempting to cross over to the island near Throsby's Creek, Hunter's River, in pursuit of Govern ment Cattle, missed the ford, and was carried away by the current and drowned. This is the-fourth sudden death which has occurred at this settlement since, the month of february last. THm Aborigines still continue very troublesome in the upper district of Patrick Plains. A man in the service of Mr. Chilcott narrowly escaped being speared a few days since. Lieutenant Low of the mounted Police is in pur suit of the offenders. ON Sunday sen'night as Mr. and Mrs. D. Thurston were returning from Penrith Church, in company with Mr. Single and family, Mr. T's chaise struck against a smnall stump, by which Mrs. T. was thrown out and much hurt. ROBERT RAWLINS we perceive, has been sentenced to the tread-mill for fourteen days, for exposing his per son and using obscene language towards two young women. Cruelty to man or animals—rape, o...

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THE MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 July 1826

THE I ONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1826. IT is quite ludicrous for any old hand in'the Colony to reftect on the contradictory plans which the several Governments of this Colony have adopted at various periods. First-Governor .Macquarie-the latter part of his administration being in the time of a new peace, prisoners flowed into the Colony in great numbers. But Macquarie knew the sterling value of these fellows-he therefore worked them hard, kept them well fed, and well clothed, and was profuse with his tickets-of-leave, thus supplying the settlers with free labour' as well as with bond; and on the other hand he advanced the public works with the same rapidity with which the settlers on their part felled the trees and fenced in their farms. Such was the prosperous sta':e of the Colony, when, in an evil hour arrived the finnaking Commissioner of En quiry. And the first thing which made the old maid marvel was, to see thi : crowds of jolly convicts who used to pour out of the Prisoner's and...

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