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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE, 27, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE, 27, 1829. L. Last week we gav~ an extract fron Trues Sady'S Gazette, and we presume thterefore there ~ca b' no doubt of its authenticity. Exam sie .we understand, not reformation, is the order of the day at home now ; at least with Mr. Wilmot Horton. Certain' virtues in Eng Lnd go in and out of fashion. In Alacqua iets timne and under Lord Liverpool's .policy - to prison discipliiae, reformation rather than caamiple Was the fashionable virtue ; in aid of wahih, there was seen Mrs. Fry, at the.head of an a?iemblage of Newgate Female peni (eats, but whoSe coindter wvhen they arrived in to the Colony, and had lost the advantage of, the sympathies of "ender feeling lady, ge verally turned out worse than those. whom Mrs. Fry.considered reprobates. The spec taclefof prisoner Fletcher running away from :jis master, as reported by the Gazette, to see his wife, might, if it were published on the S"?urch doors and in the markets of Eng sand' be very edifying; but as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

:4 j. L, -J ·v IT a/ ii I 0 iO.ND ies2 OCW orUoCni IJO cttarc sn . : - a g:;e:- ai a' g , L ir h? 9 Iar a room ,, 009% cro- crin •ee pa:de s, comir cu tivation. There tely ..a. been nedeeted ira .c'one.cov ttge -:fl=, to reti, nlt-houses, oP. C @ OUSAND" S OAN"- F ' I t_6tt . l- oangoy oi the caid County, bc LJkrese 'ro ao ' dCro on during "th ,L , vLmflt of odir aomas sisbdane. T7S - estate o has a a co ýDi'diable pmiu 0 exp::ended ca it. in improveinento, £2vea'al paddocss fenced irzand stock .l .-'c.dtiellxngo dod eat-Lenses erected on' TEM S O1' SAL? . c ~cot on the amount-of 'cheopurbahae money to be ptdd down. el p - n on the ezphiatioh of 0 montho, do. ao. 12 do,0 o. -, do. . ,8 do. S . do. . do. Stwo otinelent o bear interest , after the e piration of one nn the ef oal C'o . be cecred estates o:i icr araple cacurity. t 2 71, •.3G1S t . O a fIllowin c rfiles a ie$ iitAle A IC ehd;e e- ccle? c ndition an- rICd stroPi Qa ooittQ . - -- - - - fian/ -- ." ý _.?-z? .a:q .J J .% '.a...

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THE MIRROR OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

THIVMIRROR OF FASHION. [FRaoM TIE COURT CncuLAn.]--HIis Rob l Highnes, the Duke of Cumberland arrived at Calais, onhis way from Berlin, about seven o'clock on Friday evening, where His Royal Highness slept, and embarked on board a steam packet, at sin, o'clock the followingi morning, landed at Dover at nine o'clock, and breakfested at Wright's hotel, and after wards eame to town. His Royal Highness arrived at his residence in the King's Palace, St. James's, about eight o'clock on Saturday evening. The Roval Duke left town about eight o'clock yesterday morning, on a visit to the King, at his Palace at Windsor, with whom Hip Royal Highness remained till about three o'clock, when His Royal Highness re turned totown, and went in the evening to dine with'the Duke of Wellington. A Cabinet Council was held at three o'clock on Saturday afternoon, at the Foreign Office, Downing-street, which was attended by the 'Lord Chancellor, the Duke of Wellington, Earls Bathurst and Aberdeen, Viscount M...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

W fR.3n EDITOR O Tor N SYStrroY blii@ Sin, Tren Government and General Order, dated let January 1829, was sent to England (previ ounly to its being' promulgated in this Colony), for' His Majesty's sanction. It pleased our most Gracious Sovereign to approve of the said General Order &c. (as per Sydney Gazette.) IPermit me .Sir, to ask, why this Order is not strictly, obeyed, when it is His Majesty's Command, that it should be obeyed? Does it require from sip: to. eight or ten to tielve (and in some instances) fifteen months to fill up and sign a ticket-of-leave, after the me. ritorious applicant has undergone the strict or dea required by the said order - ' I am, Sir, Yours &s. 'NsTER.

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IMPORTANT CASE. Supreme Court, Saturday Exparte Hall v. Rossi, Justice of the Peace, and other Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

zMPORT4NT CASE . Supreme Court, SatuArday. Exparte Hall v Irossi, Justice of Ithe Peace, and oilier MIagistrates. In. this case, which ?wae an application for" a writ of certiorari tolbe .directed to Franci's Rossi, W. J. B.own, Edwird Wolstonecraft, and George BMunn Eslquires, Justices of the Peace, to bring up before the Cou'rt, the conviction of the applicant, for, harbouring a Prisoner of the Crowni named Peter Tiler, alleged by the Prosecutor Hall. to have been then illegally at I rge, a rule Nisi was.. obtained on s former d y. ; Mr. W;"entwor.h now moved that the sa e be made, absolute,: The Solicitor General a eared on, behalf' of the Magistrates to she cause agasint the. rule. 'the b*arned Coun iel argued at some. length' on the insuflice cy of, the "qf?dait, of the applicant, to rai 'a case. for the, .in. terposition of the Cou , andI pnt in .an alfidavit made by'one of t e defendants, (Mr. 4 unn). denying that hel d ever made, use.: of an expression imputel to, him.by tne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

.... 5 NL TO .1. nent Orders, Notices, $8c. Si: ' DIJ~DAY'S, THURSDAYS',?AND THIS DAY'S GAZETTEE.: titi;c, 'om the Liverpool Bench to Const-. !les, to apprehend William Power, a runaway committed for a burglary. SProclamation dated the 8th June, 1829, giving holders of land in Sydney notice, that they i' uy have grants in fee simple, on cer tain conditions specified. ' tice fromi the Sheriffs' Olfice, of John Toms having escaped from jail. Notice appointing J. Watson and E. Irving con ntables. Commissariat Notice for <tenders for the con veyance of 150 soldiers, from V. D. Land to i lBomnbay. jifIO of a sale of capers, olives. oii and sauces. jse'cution' in SheiVrs' Ofice. i ?mpbel Assign.s v. Woodley, Lynch mand ' Palfrey stroud . Bensley Forbes *.: H.. Hal Jaies J*a. Wright Riley e. Thurlow idLeo4 0. King frerry n. Mheehan 1 unn and otheri v. Payne ai. Barnett 'odper and Le?ey ., G. D. Bro. " Buuchei & *oto ortI:" v Singletoa tCooper w. Ditto Dick eoia '. West. ...

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THE SECRET ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

I THE SECRE ADDR: (Tme: following is a copy of the address to the Governor which has excited so much   public attention, and which is offered for signature from door to door by a Member of the Council and certain Magistrates. Is would be well to enquire into the amount of the favours these state mendicantsfor sig-     natures have received from the present ad- ministration). To His Excelleny Lieutennt General Darling   Governor and Commander and Chief, in and   over the Colony of New South Wales and its Dependencies. Etc. Etc. Etc. We the Magistrates, Landowners, and Merchants, whose names are hereunto subscribed, approach Your Excellency with unfeigned ex- pressions of duty and regard. We humbly beg leave to state, that although we have hitherto, remained silent, yet it has been with deep regret we have long observed every measure of your Excellency grossly vituperated by licentious public writers, in a manner calcula...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

;R WIwI, r t Cu.nT1s.-The ;will o0 tye mlate worthy Alderman has been uroved hl boctors' Commons, and probate granted to -the eeceutors, under one hundred and fo. v thousand pounds perconal property. The freehold estates are. in general cntailed, upon his family, commencing with his eldest son. Sir W\illiam seems to have macde a fair divi sion of his wealth amongst his children and . grand-children, providing of. course, in a more ample manner .for his eldest on,-now Sir William Curtis. He leaves a variety of legacies-two hrndred poundl. to his brother, James Curtis, EFq., and fifty pounds to his " very dear dnd noble friend, Lord Sid mouth," HIis own portrait, likewise the por trait of his father, both painted by Sir 'ITho. man Lawrence, and the Coronation Medal given to Sir William, by His Majesty George IV., when in: Ireland, accompanied by the following words " Take this in remembrance of me,". are to remain at his house at South gate, as heir-looms. He leaves his widow * two th...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

- the Sydney c nstables ._o f the Barrack mien, at h . ?g . --stet il Hunter-street to take some of . i.... knife S .:-ie oint strtck on the "'= , :....< ? ? - :" o h the -vatchcoiat, acit i ud waister t,) a. d ,, f .laned off i:to the thdIoI "v } .:.i.',, o, Y iu'i lln two inches long. S C :.: is deep. Prtonor was taken into Q....' X2:.on was conveyed o tothe 11hos. pit t, wheF:e he now vics in a dangerous state.. oi:szz.--n ©Sunday week, a person coming from Live'pool to .F3'uoy, celled at.a hit on the Laverpool 'toad to ask for a (frilk of vwater; he pulled out his.v;atchi to see the tirme, when a woman in the no use olisert'ing the watch, reques ted to look at it, saying, she thought she had eaen it b hore; the watch was handed to her, ."vhen she took the opportunity oft wyalking off with it. The party who lost it, applied for a warrant this morning (Monday) for her apprehen sio,- which was ,granted, and Meredith the con Stahle set on in search of her. ..Two seperate ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 June 1829

To the Editor of the Sydney Monitor. Sir, In consequence of a paragraph which appeared in your publication of the 13th instant, signed by Thomas   Morris, late a debtor in the gaol, wherein he accuses me as gaoler of depriving him of the necessary com- forts he required, I positively deny the same; on the   contrary, he was allowed every indulgence. But on ac- count of his extreme irregularity of conduct, and fre- quent gambling with persons under different sentences, I was under the necessity of representing his miscon- duct to the Superintendent of Police, who directed me to forego those indulgences, which were never car- ried into effect.   With respect to the latter part of the same para-   graph, I am accused of purchaslng a pair of boots from a servant of Wm. Cox, Esq.; I did not purchase them until I had made every necessary enquiry, and found him to be a boot and shoe-maker, and allowed   the indulgence of work...

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TO[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

ii aa-i. z . A r h 9 bpfqb~~ooa<. Wa s* V lo tivery scia bor xtI~ gus Whil. wjt, 1 httwour, mantled on the bowl, F" 'kei rit of ri*~wonit and the flow of coul !'' I).; g º*?**a" wýºathat fliniy- hear detaI1 Thy fsaud forma, ai nwnjd, 'rn~i'st Baasand e~u N.sredtitor 'ý-thy crai t';r has felt: .Rasusrse~ and pitir-sand h s& lear'nd to eII Not io.'his _S!'k-+'!khsrt de'Maý 1ýºiof Lif t Wrhiae .*e**unisid,bhia snesbea round tlee draw }; RetoltEIeuisc e niaco I~rompt caashLe chrg't 1tofed szpotI 4 e &ptj*a fleA an4a 6gjptl". .he Spider thus th'wluniry fly decoys WV thin his web);-,Ihcn ruthalt'Bsiy deatroyi* Ol t6wsyaýuciLec: rd', 'Wh no pity know, l'raakeýHk uDeem to others show, I Witm as ýIeaveuz.s graz~c £eSsiiO'tey pafd'toi m' Amd estaud, 'their ~ui1t .Zpbs'4 anid'dro 114 I'et ýeap t-you : vot desere strn b Depr. --.:-.b ' you're cpnaoI'd byp B"*d*ýý .. A"ý Such nDioppresafl?,; h+iono ns rd ®f ouch b (~ientl, who w.a~ad not boast wt~l prU~l, 'a hen virith...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

DE aTRUCTINoa oa Yottr MIissrrn -- iMiarti# the taniatciI', who. set fite to York Minster, : I apprehended near bin an umti ke I Saturday. In cotnhseqllence of the irniatih existing against hli a ho e 1,1fi: ws brotig. into the city at; three .oluick on Monday morl ing, and his cotiiiiltiul took 1)aI:te fwforre bu ]-Z rival wal. generaly kano" n, Hie i:aile tie fli Ilowing voluntary cotifes.sitii, . Zi ;thiLe L!lt.;t Co and collected n.ner--- I .ct tire to tWre U ster in consequence of two tnarble ahndreen I dreamt that one stood by Inc witi a how iS sheaf of arrows, ail he eliot one . tLiro igi Mi tier Idoor. I .saicl $ tan ted it) trv to bho and he preisented Inc the bow. I took an row from the sheaf and ahot, hut the arrom I the flatgs, and lost it; I also (k:Jn!t tihn large thick ,clou-fd guIre down uvcr the Mirit and exteiaded to my ludgiu>;i V:o2 the things I thought that I eras it i ti:o oi ti ?dinaier. I took thn ur things uway wiTh mdfl A fcatr 6oncbodv ele shoilcl be b ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

ais+ a, Li QC[I I a ` L[Sce:e dr c',71.. ,7:: JtlfllUed by 1{t, 4~oo l' c .dr bu ICgr.(jLLj IL.. F.

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NEWS BY THE ELIZA. THE MORNING CHRONICLE. London : Monday, February 16, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

Xe ha -: Purdgys the Cat ResolutoL o f FIren(, dl " Sir Thomas Lsmo:d0, 1. 82 a "` Moved by Richard Sheid, EDtq. Seconded y John Lavlccc' Ttq. (C That the Catholic Aswotuztion. Vtit rising his day, do stand totviv dissolu "'Thomas Esm onde, Chaiwrnc .c Edward Dwyer, Secrcta y,

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WELLINGTON VALLEY OR THE SWELLS DISTRICT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

- ELLINGT!ONc JALLE7 OiR 'ria A815WLLLS Dis 11CT 2ToTNZ EuronTF oF THfl Syi~mn o MRn. EITrro, You ought to know,* Sir, that tie in iidndvidl~ua ptrnt to the reijiote settllmn liui4tot1 Valley, are plcetd in a oe it ~sittuatioii,. than is~ generzlly nupgo'ud themt, Sir, fTCeImen, wtho have nee bc tomied to hardship ; who have noved i, a educated for refj~ectiible Society, and the~ir ib are of Couref, more liable to b'e dCstro ?.hoie persons who bare toloiowd deprnvi., guirtproressiwn, and yet,. the me picljb e our present system, condemns thern to mrne tions thie, the latter clss Nark, birh! *but .Rgnale contirast. Iror the first deviatio-' revtitudif, he educated prisoners suffer acu isinieit'iD ibis 'larid of exilrs; wih lo tb : enced Burglar, the daring foot-1ad, and rer Joess.imnpIoast, after a career of confirme~d ri all affordlei emiployment, and conneqiuently chauce of bettering their conditions. ( nhnaljno in the sequele, the various reason, a5s;gned for t9 adoption of this t...

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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 — 29 June 1829

P J ý 1 4NDIrP . On TIZO DNBN WR$X58 A'$ 7 'IN f T1K1~ OIING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IM TU!E EVENIN~G IUESPECTIVELY. €1i g %Waerý 4Qn.71) - 5 rawrn- 14 - m. p. 6 r. H~lv s '~ eteer, AG m. p. 6 iorn.--20- mn. p7e j 7jýi igh Ttr. 41 1 te. p. 7 morn.-f3 night l AI1igh i e' ~ni p.8 € torn.--54 inp. 8"n. T.~ TetMoon 50 'in. p. 2 afternoon. Iyý High AYE ter, i5n,. p. 0 inorn.-37 mn. p. 9 no. . , 1.igth W ter, 'i) fa.n~n' 20 mU n. - 3 iJ.r ýU I' ISun riuc3. 7 in. p. 7-se es'53 r. p.44w _ a a~ .......... 150 7t1 4N. 1. jShto ery `°ATUIJDAY .:.... 50 7. 56 NoW. Fukr e1VIDJWý'.......... ...5Q 73j 54 Do. DO 11............5 0i7O Dlo, Da. ~49160 5O;Do. jDo. ýA-I°II7V j9ý615ID. D~o6

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Market (Currency) Prices, from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

Bnrjevi~ad,..a.,O. ýu 01 Ose. ... I s, tao r vt.. " 9 Stra a1irke60d. 2 0 D1utroprib *0 1t 6] &by*perov.. Co a .,.w.pe...t.....1 salir ýo ' i.q " 4e. t..st S 2, JDarligiih Oi0r43 A~K Q,~*t&* 4e~r ~ 4,s M Iýý fY.~,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

C- ~- iirng his: w = c, awl 9 lrgfled - 3C ould." t`-+; oiJ the 'Eti be -^e €0 C..' av of c.-.:- Joa r. , a C wore ctprt ar ; i pis sgt fort?;. Ths is C1:c co ationr SCeor JOZiJ : i nt€.d of whi;c te ie rieby cir 'c r Sub acd erO to t d :k_ eti c.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

-.r z t" b Moncay, the Zcrd LiupeE I4ewcawtIo, l±dn with co^. _ Jicewr:crc;. On Sund&y the mijrecS, for tbe. Fishery.. Oa Tucsdaye the Ma.dra LaheDto; sen flbery. On Wcaoccay, the Daring for tO* Palrympwe 6 rco the carme day, the Java Prk t, 'otr New haltnd.-Uz Vrthy thse hctsllc, 'eflow ot Bay. PrFjee"id L22. c, :t-Tie & eLtq, for NercoetI fetiaced, jor Caicuie, and M. &. Satllite, for 1od on the C8th Intent ; the ?Aomp ona for tatava, 04 the Dn1 ou Ccr Iobart Town, an the $Oth.-4b& Alfred fu- London, on the fnd prosimo, the Gterg* ana for Baobay via flobart Town ea tho 1 th

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 June 1829

"=+ tUb 4'EU'viuoKf OF\3lCN SYD a EVY gOoa In con1sequ1ence of 'A pamrgraepll4hic nvh aredI in - tnurp'ublication of the l3di in'atnnt, signed h iomnis ' - ;ri ,1te a debtor ini the gaol, whereftn hh curies ae u gaoler of de 1briviug; him of the erCCS? co O rtn he requiredl, I positive'Iy deisy the .jamtw, t. c-"ntr'nry,.hle wvan all~wed every ifdlglanfcC. "[%'l nc coatut ofhsetaoe irreg~ilarity of condiict. uu tnabi! r;ºli:am neºdrr lIcs fr cawsUnc1ýr the iwe~e'inity of r pVCrsL'ftinglif te lfl €c t to th~e Su i~eintiid'"nt of I")IiCe, who'd ? me tu forc o tho: c indulgences, wvhich were n~knrr, Wiath r.npcct to the latter part, of the s.nyt i h amt ntecised of p urch~aging i 'a imr. ots zervr anut of' V/i. Coss, L~mj. ;: I (did ron3 lsc hImI until I had madecl erary ne~cess6ary cnq4jjna c1t hjn\1 tj) tic gs oot. a'id shite-muakor; aint L'( induhgence of wuorking for hijuiseif ix't hi re nn, nov vt then durinig hii couifinoaw n t A;1too uiuch of the situation I hiold tro Sin t~he p...

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