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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

DEATH. On Thursday evening, the 11th instant, at the resi- dence of her Grandmother, Hunter-street, at the age of 13 years, after a painful and lingering illness, Miss LAURA LOANE D'HOTMAN; much regretted by her disconsolate parents, and a numerous circle of young friends, who are left to deplore the loss of an amiable and accomplished companion.

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OUR LEADING ARTICLE OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

OUR' LEADING ARTICLE OF THIS DAY. The public are grievously disappointed at   learning by the pewspapers brought by the Countess of Harcourt, that Sir James Mncin- tosh and other friends fo the Colony, do not insist upon a competent House of Assembly       for New South Wales--- but merely request of the King's ministers, that the new Colonial Legislature shall consis: of about fifteen, to     be elected by the Colonies either in whole or in past.   If our Petition to the King and Parliament had been transmitted to Mr. Eagar, that Gentleman Writes to Mrs. E, he would have bad better grounds for exerting himself in our favour that he has had. Still he says he will do his utmost to stir up an opposition to the new Bill, which is intended to take away our Quarter Sesssons Jury, and to continue our close Legislative Council. Mr. Eagar complanis of being treated with ingratitude by the Colonists. A...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 September 1828

*4rrikals.-On Sunday the Government SciOr,9F Let tia Bingham from Moreton-bay (where., a?:l?i built) laden with stores. On Wednesday tht4,;? from England and Hobart-town, having on boadl wheat, potatoes, and wool, also a general assortmeItf of merchandize, consigned to Wm. Daweo Esq. Sp*, sengers. On Thursday the brig Hat-eia, from Io1: Town with a return cargo of coals &c. Also t Resolution schooner from" Launceston with 1¢ bushels of wheat, and sundry cargo. On Friday tft Schooner Hefty, with wheat wool, &e. Also the ship Caroline, from England 15 April withl a general of merchandize consigned to R. Campbell Jr and Co. Mr. C's sons have returned from England in her and 36 passengers, men, women and children. This morning,. the Government schooner Isabelle from Moreton-bay.       Projected Departures.---On Sunday thl p eV 34fI lih for the Isle of France, laden with brick8';e".'"" l the Brigs Prince Deonatrk, and Persevera.?ac, ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

DOME TIC INTELLIGENCE. CulT CS tAl.-In the Supreme Court on Saturday i:ast, Frederick, pvawes Esq. was admitted by the Judges to practice as an Attorney. Mr. D. has been for some ti.ae a practitiozier in the Supreme Court at Hobart 'rown.---The' .Sydney Constables have been ordered by,the Superintendaut of Police, to assume a certain dress, whlich they are to provide at their. indi vidual expence.-.--i penpendent of the sum of £30,000 taken away by the k.ddiigtons in hard cash last week, a farther shipment of three casks of dollars was made on board ship on Saturday last.---Mr. D. Poole, lately admitted to practice in the Supreme Court, woade his maiden m:otion on Saturday. The bar on that day was more numerously attended by the profession than usual.---iMr. -IIowe's trial for libel in the Criminal case of Dr. Douglass, was brought on yesterday.----Witncsses wvho fail to be present in Court .o trials, lipon being called upon their subpoencas, besides incurring the penalty of l100. f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

.FOR LONDON VIA. HI-OBART I+TW . T HE Ship Sarab, George SKin Esq. Commander, will positively- sail for Hobart Tdown on the 15th Instant, from " which port she is bound to sail for London on the 19th November. Freight' or passage may be had on liberal terms for ejther pla*e by application to --'. G. PITMAN. No. 10. George Street. ON SALE, At No. 10, George oStreet, OLLANDJ G ih .in, cse 15 bottle. H each Superior brandy, in quantities: not'less thani 5 gallons , East India Madeira 'in wood and bottlei Teneriffe, Barsac, Chlamupagne, Vin de Grave, Rausan, Sauterne, Medoc Cyder inlcases I dozen each Isle of, France sugarr ,by the ton or bag . . Sugar candy in tubs Tonkay, Hyson skin, Guinpowder, im lier Hyson, and Souchong tea Rice, gram, coffee, ctrry powder, Negrohead tobacco, nff . WVax and sperm candles, eastile soap Goblets, tumblers; and wine taisvses. China crapes, shawls, handkerchiefs scarfs Silk and gause'hadilkeirltiefs ' ' " Striped and check sarseneta Plain satins, sarsen...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

SYDNEYr MAJ{IiET$. Average nrice on q uanily sol ,"Ar WhTent 18s.--M itaiz lUs. Odt --3Iurley 1Os.'7 Os Ot --Fine Ilokir, 40s. sterlig per' lbd.-- ecCndR dlo. 33s. Od-B3read1 94. peril louf.-Potltoes 24s. c~vL per --Freuc 'Buitd Od per 1b--r$a1t do 6., (`d. No. 81 George S/reet Sydne.y NeCw SouSl'A"" IDITIJ,. TaIf lt1iI ), ANI ) PUII3LISMRPpDI BY THE PRUPRnrIUICT%'P "; EDWARD SMITH BAiL...,

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

HOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Srn JAMES MACINTOSHI said, that he held in his hand a Petition from the Gentry, Merchants, Trades men, &c. of the Colony of New South Wales, having been agreed to at a meeting called by the Sheriff, and sanctioned by the. Government of that country. The prayer of the Petition was, for popular representation, and for Trial by Jury. As, however, these subjects were at present under the attention of the House, owing to a bill which was about to be introduced, he would not now take up their time by any preliminary remarks. He would merely state, that he had been informed by persons who, lie believed, were well ac quainted with the subject, that the two Australian Colonies embraced a population of from fifty-five to sixty thousand persons, of which number, from thirty-five to forty thousand persons were free settlers. The amount of the revenue derived by Government from these persons was 60,0001. annually; and as far as it could be calculated, t...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

HIOUSE OF COMMONS. NEW SOUTH' WVAES.' SIR J. MACKINTOSH moved for a ,copy of the Re port addressed by. the late General Macquarie, in July, 1822, to Earl :Bathurst,' Secretary :of the- Col nAia Department; and also for a Copy of the.Letter" sakb: seaquently addressed by the late General MaCquarie, XIn reply to th :. Report of Mr. Commassioner Bigge.. Ile believed that there would be no objection to the pro duction of the documents for which he moved. His object in moving f r them was, to be provided: with the ini'ormat.ion which they contained respectmnr the C. lony of New -South Wales, as well as against the asper* sions which had been eu4it upon it., LORD F. GOWER said, there ,was'no ob?qo-tion on the part of the Colun:al Dcpartment, with' which he Was) 'connected; to the prodactioi f'-the frat Report. for which the Right Honourable Gentlemain haId' moved.'. As to the second docuneht,' tha letter liT rejplytoi'Mr. Comaiissioner tiigge, -he would suggests that as" it,-' flected on'...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

Arri'vals,--On Sunday the Government Sco0o . Let tia "'irghant from M-oreton-bay (wheir.she built) laden with stores. On Wednesday tOe, . from England and Hobart-town, having on bo wheat, potatoes, and wool, also a general ass0rTtUm. of mlerhandize, cunsign*d to Wnm. Dawes Esq,5 pa sengers. On Thursday the brig liaweis, from .oba Town with a return ca go of coals &c. Also' t Resolution schconer from' Launceston with '99. bushels of wheat, and sundry cargo. On Fridayt? Schooner Hetty, with wheat wool, &c. Also 1 th s Caroline, from Engk land 15 April with a general ca5 of merchandize cxnvignrd to R. Campbell Jun.. Co. Mr. C's sons have returncd from EnglandIbid and 36 passengers, men, womenand children. • tO . morning, the Government schooner Isabella,, frc Moretn-bay. Projected Departures.---On Sunday the ship AustrD' Ba for the Isle c:f France, laden with bricks &cG. AlS0 the Brigs Prince Denmark, and PerCsetrance, for N Zealand. On IFrji~.y the ship Nimrod ...

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LEADING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

(Fromn the Morning Chronicle pf Thursday May I, 1828.) .. A LEADING ARTICLE. As far as we can understand, the Duke ofi Wellington's system 'of governing, as ;indica$ed in the reasons assigned by him for consen'tingito Repeal the . Test and Corporation Acts,. 7is this-that the Executive should, above all things, study to preserve the tranquillity of the country ; that it should leave a free course to the manites tution of public opinion, without- throwing itself in agitated questions into either scale; and when an alteration of the existing state of things. is demanded, that it should only yield to th' de mand when, after an estimate of the strength'of the respective parties, that party which demanded the innovation was the strongest in point of influence, so that more inconvenience would result from the refusal than from concession. The following passage in a speech of his Orace on Monday night, will, we think, bear us out in the concision we have drawn :-" 1 will assure, the Right ...

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FRENCH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

FREKNCH PAPERS. (From the Ga.rette de France, dated .dpril 29.) BUCHAREST, April 10.---Though a great deal has been said of the'advance of the Russian troops on the 13th, and though it is even affirmed that the order for their departure has been seen, fixing that day for their entrance into the principalities, it "appears that on the, 8th no preparations had been observed in the Russian cantonments which indicated that they would soon depart : people, indeed, pretend to know that 20,000 men will pass the Pruth, and that the miditary opera tions will be confined, for the present, to the occupa tion of the Principalities. These however, are but re ports that require confirmation.---.4-,ugslurg Gazette. CORFr. April 1.-Accounts deserving of credit say, that Yarnachotti Hisios, and other Captains, have "joined the Greek corps at I)ragoinestre, which is very shortly to advance towards Arta. Captain Gogos, Colylidas, and the Sturneris, are also ready to join the Greeks, as soon as the lat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

rJ1 TO COVER, iHtE.JfIf Y.OQUNG ST7ALLION, GREY . " CA ' R TON. 1?REY CAMERTON will stand at Wind X.: sor, Richinond, Pitt-town, and Wilber *ree;, durin' the season; the' inhabitants of .these districts have now a facility afforded hitibna of' improving their breed of horses iwhich never before presented itself. Grey Cainerton: is one of the best bred horses now rixtant, ,his grand'dam was imported to this Golonyand sold to Mr.- Williamson, and his grai? sire was the Arab horse Shark. -His 4am was well known and celebrated for being the dam' of Smashum, who trotted atxteenl miles within the hour, and carried twelve stone, .and his sire is the thorough bred English horse Bay Camerton. Indeed, those who are admirers of blood-horses com bined with beauty and strength, cannot but affirm that these qualities are truly charac terized ,in Grey Camerton. Terms--,Four Guineas each Mare, and fiv~e shillings, groonagec. Good pnddocks ftra~tri. TTH?E'PROPERTY OF GEORGE BROWN. Late of the Ship I...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

[From the Constitutionncl of M?onday.] PARIs, April 28.-We have a painful duty to per form, but the interests of truth and of the country ought 'to be superior to all private considerations. The Chamber of Deputies consists of 430 memobers ; ,out of that number the re-elections and leave of ab sence have taken 60. The number present at the sit tings should be 360, but for some time the nuni ber present has usually been from 220 to 230, and never more than 280. And -we nmst remark, that yesterday the greatest deficiency wrs on the Consti tutionrl Benches. This absence is the cause of the majorities being unsteady, and of the compromise of Questions which are extremely weighty. The most imnpoitant decision may depend on one or two voices. The first obligation of a good and faithful Deputy is to be on his post. A single voteja often more impor tant than a fine speech. Method of obtaining a greater number of one sex, at the option of th/e Proprietor, iu the breeding oj live Stock. The g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

bi' beg to lafornjS our ubscribers both in town and country, they tsit co?nsider the delivery of their News paperaiy as o the Post-mastler in Sydney as-regarde our duis ujo the country, and to our news-carriers as regards oar friends in Tows, a valid Tdelivery to then j law .respectively ; the same as (f put into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive Stheir papers regularly, are requested to complain to wt byletter; (post paid) and,, a far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the delivery of our Journal in a more effectual mnnn user than thus set forth. This is the condition on which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. A.e ptblic are cautioned to pay no money, wpremake any settlement on, accournt of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED receipt Signed by him in his own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account without such receipt, will not be given credit for, n...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1828. NEWS BY THE COUNTESS OF HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

T"?- T.E 1VLONITOR1 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1828. BY THE COUNTESS OF HARCOURT. (From the Morning OCkronicle of Satz'day, April 19, 1828.) ,. 't understand that the story of a Congress at Warsaw and the Coronation of NICHOLAS on the 1st of May, which appeared in the Augs-. bsigh Gazette, is a pure invention, for which the Jew party receive credit. Neither at Vienna nor at St. James's is anything known of such a Con gress and Coronation having ever even been in contemplation. IT is confidently affirmed by those who have good sources of information, that the Russians will not remain in the Principalities, tut proceed :to Conistantinople, They avill neither meet with any opposition in the Principalities, nor will they lindl any one to negociate with, were they even inclined to negociate. .LORD PRUDIIOE is now in Constantinople, and writes pof very late date, that the English were there .tFeated with the utmost kindness and consideration, and he think, (but of course this is only inference...

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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 September 1828

MEMORARNDUM FOR THE EISUING WEEK. 4ARIATIONS OF THERMOIIETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 °IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TUIE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. - A i 15th Sunday after Trinity. ~i High Water 45 m. p. 11 forenoon. Sun rises 7 m.p..6.--Sets 53 m. p. 5. ' High Water, 10 in. p. 12 Morn.-36 min. p. - 12 Afternoon. SThigh Water 6 ms p. 1 Morn.-33 m.p. 1 , Afternoon. -Z1- High Water, 2 Morn.-28 in. p. 2 aftern SFirst Quarter of the Moon, 31 m. p. 9 Morn.' c H High Water, 59 min. p. 2 Morn.-32 m. p. I I_ j3 Afternoon. ý "?-;High Water, 5 m. p. 4 Morn.-36 in. p.4 ALrt. .o High Water, 15 m. p. 5 Morn.-43 m. p. 5 . " Evening. THURsDAY .......59 6756 N. W. Fine FRIDAY............ 60 75 58 do. do. 4 TULIDAY....... 59 70 54do. Cloudy SUNDAY ........* . 6 76 58 Variable Rain Thunder MONDAY 5 6 *. 70 52do. Fair TUESDAY .. .... 5065 50 N. W. do. WFRbNESDAY...... 4860146 do. Showery __

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Sydney, August 28th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

Sydney, A4gwut 28.'7, 1828. To.THB EDTOR: or TUE MONITOR. - SIR, - THE insults and persecution youthave lately eaxeru` enced from some of the Clergy of the Colony. has excited the general disgust avd indignation:'f tihs Colonists. Yet their treatment of you, I find, has not been singular. Another gentleman, the. fatLer -of~a family of ten children in this Colony, bhae be?en simi larly dispossessed of his pew in St. 'Phillip's Church; .(as I am credibly assured) on which, a. few ,month' ago in confidence of his permament tenure :of..it;. he had expended -nearly eight pounds for liniig' it 2t~ baize, providing cushions, and for inakiug treadihin' desk and a form for kneeling on. 'The motive in iahr' case has doubtless: been. pretty, much the same, ;iz. In the latter indeed, the pretext was,,that the,,pew was wanted for' a Public Officer; Col..' Morrisett ; though the party ejected was- himself 'sa public officer also,. holding a very ancient" and most: respectable, though not a very, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

TO COVER THIS .SEASON, 1 T GLENDON, HIUNVTER' RIVER. e.br' mech Mare, I01 Stir. Groom's "Fee included. TILE BAY HORSE TOSS ; 15 hands 2 inches high, tualed in 1822; ,: i"?XTAS got by Bourbon, dam ,Tramp's dam) by ?V? Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c - ' Fide Stud Book, Vol. 3. 'Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre Srlpitate, her darn by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by Eclipse, &c &c.-Vide Stud Book,. page 289, 'Vol. 2. SG?ohanna was got by 1Mercury, dam by Herod, ,'er dam Maiden by Matcheun, &c. &c.-FLde 8tudad Book, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORM 4NCES in 1827. Newmarket 1st Spring M3eeting, Monday, April 30th, 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. SLord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. 10 lbs. . • Mr. Wyndham's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 st. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b.; Mr. Howe's :Skiff, 9st.; :Mr. Payne's br. c. the Genera...

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OUR LEADING ARTICLE OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

OQUR LEADING ARTICLE OF THIS DAY. Tnu public are grievously disappointed at ;sl-ning by the, newspapers brought by the countess of Harcourt, that Sir James Macin 4ab and other friends of the Colony, do not aosistu upo? a competent House of Assembly fie New?Sou;h Wales-but merely request of eba King'. ministers, that the new Colonial I*egialature shall consis; of about, ffteen, to , ekete4L by -thb .,Colonir either in whole Iv our Petition to the King' and Parliament: bad been transmitted to Mr. Eagar, that Gentleman writes to Mrs. E, he would have had better grounds for' exertinq himself its our favour than be has had. Still be says he will do his utmost to arir up an opposition tci the new Bill, which is intended to take away our Quarter Sesssons Jury, and to c.,-';r:u.u our close Legislative Council. Mr. Eagar complains of being treated with ingratitude by the Colonists. A rutnour by the Coun tess of Harcourt, states what we do not credit; namely, that when Lord Gcderich ask d Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

TH E AUSTRALIA. . No,, .219 S , George Street, ' AI 1':, WILSQN. has just received, ia d ditton to his present veery general as ,i; eainto f Goods, the followiiig; vii. mp}i; co3 at Ss. bd. per ib; •a~fiain hairs, shoe, pincers, with every as sortlment of grindery. Brushwtare. 1 booms Dusters 3 inn" brushes Bash tools scrubbers, with Spoke ditto spare clamps C. H. Pencils forse brushes Plaisterers' ditto large Water ditto und small Dusting ditto Round furniture ditto ,tinnister ditto ' Fancy and common Japan hearth ditto • shoe ditto. Ground paint brushes iets of Coopers' Tools, each Lonsisting as under :- AMse, axe, hand saw, bung saw, outside spoke ?shave, inside spoke shave, round shave, rivetting coixmer, broad drawing knife jigger, shop 'ckife, iron driver, iron hand driver, iron chis el, small and large punch, bick iron,, flag. - giokiron, croze, double jointed plane, top ping ditto, bung augur, compass, pincers, - taper augur, and bung borer aiandled, vyce, ,brace, 12 bits, a...

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