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Export manifest of the Ship Elizabeth, Captain, Atherden, for London direct, November 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
Export manifest of the Ship Elizabeth, Captain Atherden, &nbsp; for London direct, November 16, 1827. 26 bales of wool, 227 planks blue gum, 20,785 tre nails, 928 cedar planks, 213 bales New Zealand flax, 2 casks salted hides, 92 hides, loose, 1 cask seal skins - Cooper and Levey. 313 casks oil, 183 salted hides, 1 1/2 dry do. 2 casks seal skins, 6 ditto do. do. 1 bale wool, I case books.---R. Uther. 3 cases natural curiosities, 465 salted ox hides.-George Bunn. 23 bales wool. 'Thomas Ferris. 124 ditto do. Smith and Brothers.-. &nbsp; 1 plank cedar.--Thomas Atherden. 1 paper parcel.- " J. S. Spearing. WE have heard that a discovery has been made of the robbery committed on Mr. Campbell, the .head of the Customs. It is said that the money was planted and has been found. . lllqt-l ,
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sol New Wheat 6s 6d. to 7s.-Old do. 5s. 6d t Bushel.-. Maize 6s. 3d.-Barley 4s 7dI.-Oats none -ioe Flour, 15s. sterling per 100 lbs.-Second do. 12s--Bread 4d per 21b. Loaf.-Butter (salh) 2s. 8d -Fresh 2s. 9d.--Eggw. Is 6d. per doz.-Colonial common Cheese Is. 4d.--Fowls 5s. Od. per couple.--Ducks 6s.-Geese 6s, Od. each.--Tur. kies nonec.-Turnips 21d. per bunch.--,Carrots 2jd --Po. tatoes 20s. per cwt.-Beef per lb. by the Quarter 4,?d -by the Joint 7d.-Mutton 7d.-Pork 8d.-Veal 9d.-Cows from £4. to £7. according to size and quality. English large milch Cows in good condition £9. to £10. MIERCHANDIZE. Hvson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.-Conmmon Green Teai £5. very superior £7. 10.---Sugar Isle of France 4d.- Tobacco per Basket 3s. 6d.--Negrohead 8a.-.English, Q?p" per box 5id.--Brandy (very scarce) 2ls..-Rum'(pcr 5 OaI, Ions) 1 8s.-Gin 20s.-White wine per pipe ?18. or per Gallon-Red Wine unsaleable 2p. d.
SELECT POETRY. THE FORLORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
- SELECT POETRY. THE FORLORN. i-3 ·w saw the sun in glory.:'go, ; Like a conqueror, down the west, Ahnd I felt a purer.-deeper glow . ' S Light up in my lonely breast. And- I flew in hope fron my father's towers S To our own sequester'd spot ; And there'l wander'd mid sleeping. flowers- A.nd yet thou comest not ! -I saw the beamy moon arise Illumine the earth's repose ; And I heard the zephyr breathe its sighs SOn the lip of the crimson rose. And still I hoped-oh ! could I fear, Or-deem myself forgot'? Silence and shade are dwellers here And yetthou comest not ! And where art thou, and where are all The vows we lov'd to plight? Did they from our lips like dew-drops fall, To live but till morning's light? O ! no-no--I dare not dwell Upon that blighting thought ; Thou know'st my immost heart too -well SAnd yet thou comest not ! When last I sat in that leafy place, And heard the night winds sigh, And look'd into thy Eden face, I wept that bliss could die. Seer-like, I knew our love wou...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
ExPREss FROM PARIS.-,KEVIVAL OF THE CENSOR sIP'--We receive last night at a late hour, an Express from Paris, bringing the Papers of Monday and the Etoile of Tuesday. *The Moniteur contains the important measure, renew "ing the Censorship of the Press. We have been some time prepared for this, which, if we are not mistaken, will not beI Jast of the measures conceived in the sinae spirit TUE system on which the Clergy have set their harts, itervidently not compatible with a free press. (From the * Moniteur of Monday, June, 95.) -L 'A"IPrb
THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
TOHE rON1ITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19, 1827. L --L , _ -- . ._. ..?; _ , , -- 'J ? . . . .. . . PaEss. of more important matter has prevented us from commenting oh the late insurrection, as it may be called, of the Factory women. We are not sure we should have considered the breaking out of these 2Of, women of sufficient importance to be. noticed, had our coutemporary not handled. the subject, or had he taken the same view of it generally which we take. His ideas on the affair however, differ from ours in some particu. lars; and as we are aware of the influence which the Australian haq on public opinion, both here and in En. gland, we think the matter sufficiently important to discuss at this time. TnH Convict women in the Factory at Parramatta, are divided into three c(lasses. This division depends, we believe, not on the-difference of age, or on the health or sickness of the inmates; but on the character with which they enter the Factory, and of their conduct. when there. We ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
WM. BRADRIDGE'S STORES, No. 33, CASTLEREAH _STReEW'. fTO tbe disposed of, the following goods, on Commis R. sion,, gentlemen's town-made dress coats, -waist coats, dress.trowsers, surtout coats, shooting jackets, eamblet cloaks, green and blue baize, blankets, coun terpanes, green and blue table covers, black worsted stockings, children's worsted and cotton socks, crape beading, crape puffing, wadding, bobbin, skein and reel wire, pearlibuttons, silk, cotton, and worsted stay laces, silk boot and shoe laces, stay 'binding, tailors twist, pewing silk of colours, ladies' stays, ladies' and gentlemens' gloves, wax dolls, ,English and Italian images, coloured rhones, pens and pencils, patent.brass oopks .iron spoinms, copper pudding moulds, tea and anuffer trays', jap-inned lamps, carving knives and forks, pen knives,'azors, sailors' knives, scissars, elegant brass fire irons, stock locks, toasting forks, and CRICKET BALLS, :a few pounds of FILBERTS in high preser vation. - N. B. A few ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
CHANTER. T HIS celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for size, -L symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co lony, will stand this Season at the places and on the days. specified' below-Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Ro'ad, on Mondays. Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. " Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and one Dollar to the • Groom. YOUNG HECTOR. lHIlS celebrated Horse will stand during the Season J. at. the undermentioned places: viz. Mr. John; Patrick's, Campbell Town, Mr. Thomas Colloghan's, Liverpool. Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Cobherty. Mr. Matthew Highland's, Prospect. Mr. Cillaghin's, Appin. Young Hector was formerly the property of Mr. Sa muel Blackman, bnt now belongs to Mr. Colloghan. Hie was g0t: by that .weell-known Blood Horse: Hector, out of a thorough b t~ Mareo...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
p*rters. at1r ly, tbh . ip;er l lx qges, and I} con-seq? . of° -)isi Fc' gia tanpe,, ?,4 ,teanay repre s¢ti'kttie, public q4 private, whiqkhave een made in . gtlanda of bhiss : a?ri.istratiop, , he is. in daily expec tatio .'of. a rqniOyal.,_1 Hi .eeatures, do not~ breathe; much less speak withbout his permisszio. He is there fore aware that the, Ire~s.is all hp has :o fear. Patron age. has grown, hereto an alarming height. The Party , consists of Pedder,-Stephen, Hamilton, Montagu, Bed ford, Howe, and Burnett. The latter is in my. opinion ,a .second Bigge. Stephen is, PRIME MINISTER, apd elford, keeper of the ROY4L CONSCIENCE. .,bave read your article on the subject of our, Press with the most,i tense:interest. You $pake like a true friend of Liberty. Let me beg of yon to continue your strictures, they must tell. Your paper; carries great weight, .eno is. increaging in popularity .bere, therefore I trust you, will not. suffer the freedoinm of the Press to b? taken from is, witbout ...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
Shipping Intelligence. &nbsp; Arrivals.—On Thursday, the Schooner Alligator, belonging to Government, from Port Macquarie. On Friday, the Schooner Hunter, Capt. Peters, with Kangaroo Skins, Wool, and 2,055 Bushels of Wheat. Departures.—On Friday, the Ship Elizabeth, Capt. Athernden, for London, with a cargo of Colonial produce. Mr. Richard Roberts, Supercargo, Doctors Rae and McTurner, R. W. Loane, Esq. Mr. Blaxland, Masters Joseph Roberts and Richard Hutchin- son, with several steerage Passengers. Projected Departures —The Champion for Batavia; Emma Kemp and Schooner Waterloo for Hobart Town to-morrow. Remain in Harbour, with H.M. Ship Pandora, Ships, Medway, Eliza, Prince Regent, Harmony, Ephemina, Madeira Packet, Eli- zabeth, Champion, Elizabeth, Waterloo. Brigs —Governor Phillips, Amity, Woodlark, Perseverance, Mary, Bona Vista. Schooners.— Alligator, Hunter, Prince Regent, Isabella, Prince of Denmark, Waterloo, Resolution, Governor Arthur. Barque.—Lynx. Cutters. —Dart...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
TO TIlE PUBLIC. FFAIRS of a pressing nature, having called our Slate Partner, Mr. Perks, to Europe, we beg to apprise the Public, and our numerous friends, that the busi ness will in tuture be carried on under the respective names of Sandwell, Murrell, and Clymer. In apprisinig the Public and our friends of this change in our firm, we cannot but avail ourselves of the opportunity of returning them our most grateful thanks, for their uniform kindness and patron age; and is our determination to redouble our tbforts to give satisfaction, that for the future we may receive the same liberal patronage, which we have experienced up to this period. V E :amnent that the sudden, and to us unexpected depar ture of our late Partner, should have given rise to ill-founded rumours; as all i)ebts due by the Partnership, will be paid by us, as promptly as c;rcumstanccs will admit; And we did hope, that the coriectncss of all our dealings, as well as the different descriptions of property we have in ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
DOMIESTIC INTELIIGETNCE. POLICE, Friday.-The- case'f Harper and Battie, the one for stealing, and the other for being accessary after the stealing, of a Heifer, belonging to a person named Merritt, a butcher, was this day finally heard and determined, by the Bench committing Harper for the offence, and admitting Battie as evidence for the prose cution. Dr. Wardell appeared at the Police Office, as advocate for Harper, a most respectable man. THOMAS YEOMAN, free, was charged with giving in solent and abusive language to one of the Horse Police on Thursday night. The Policeman swore, that last night he went down to the Brickfields in the course of. his rounds, and entered a public house; there he saw the Defendrdnt in charge, and from his appearance &nbsp; suspected him to be a prisoner of the Crown. He asked him if he was free, to which he replied yes, but followed up this answer with such a torrent of abuse, that &nbsp; Deponent took him into custody. Feared more tha...
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 November 1827
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. THE Earl of Errol, we have reason to believe, has imitated the example set by the Earl of Delaware, in withdrawing from the household. As the too generous explanation of the latter nobleman last night, may lead to a misapprehension of the circurnstancees that have led to the resignations, it may be proper to explain the motive of these circumstances. The Earl of Delaware having made up his mind as to the vote which he would give on the Duke of Wellington's clause, wrote on Friday morning a note to Lord Goderich (a private friend) &nbsp; announcing his resolution, and intimating a hope that his carrying it into effect would not be regarded as an act of hostility to the Government. Lord Goderich did not answer the note; and the Earl of Delawarre accordingly, &nbsp; without further explanation, attended in his place, &nbsp; &nbsp; voted as he had declared he would vote, and left town in order to enjoy the short recess in purer air....
ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
. " l t- men?.?'-?"?, '1?? t'- , of 4ristocl ac". .1 ,e t in,'E ,lis soc "the Aristocracy of, talent a c st, we ave.ip-our; lgislation what, a the,fur1l is adniiiable, namebly, the. talent ofU Aaistocracy. Of. this property we are indebted to his Gce? ie tDuke ofWellington fora .irght noble exaipile. Pip amendment in the Corn:Bil first proposed. by this ilQstriios,aperson,.and. submitted by him to Mr. Huskis. son a, we4ithink, the most unparialleled sport of the unider-' stan4ing (if we may be illowed the, phrase) that the vkor.,d has ever witnessed. It should be preserved and handed down to our children, as a notable sample df native talent,:and.as evidence of what may be conceived by .,a, mind unsophisticated bythe doctrines of economists, and. unencumbered with.any embarassipg plebeian:ideas of b4siness. I'hesuggested,clause was.as follows, and the like of it we are .sure never entered the fancy of a 'Swift,j so,far does it. transcend :the finest strokes of ingenuity by that 'gre...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
' SUN rises 2 minutes after 5. E i High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 Nt. S Suan sets 59 min. past 6. High Water, 10 Morn.-20 min. past 10 Nt. High Water, 35 min. past 10 Morn.-48 min. past 10 N S Moon 4 days old. I High Water I 11 min. past 11 Morn.-27 min. past 11'Nt. Sol enters Sagittarius 7 min, past 11 in the Forenoon. High Water 45 min. past 11 Morn.-Midnight. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 13 min. 21 sec. before 12 mean time. Day 14 hours 2 min. long. 24th. Sunday a ter.Trinity. High Water 10 min. past 12 Morn.-36 min. past 12 Af. I High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Aft. SFirst Quarter of Moon 23 min. past 4 Morning. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 70 74 64 Stormy. TUESDAY ....... 58 169 64 Do. WsDNSDAY...... 651 78 66 Fine. SsJRaPDAY ...... 64 76 66 Do. IapA :...'..:... 60 82 70 Do. SATU RDAy ..... 72 82 70 Fine. StDA ?.......
Campbell Town, Nov. 13, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
Campbell Town, Nov. 13, 1827. To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, You told lately a long tale about a petition to the Gover nor, signed by the bulk of the Settlers to procure for a gen tleman in this neighbourhood the office of Magistrate of Police, because he is so popular. I will not say any thing about his popularity or unpopularity-that's nothing to me-but this I will say, that many of the persons whose names have been affixed to that petition, are exceedingly angry at hearing of such a circumstance. Therefore, Mr. Editor, either some foul play has been used, or, a strange misunderstanding has existed between the Settlers and their Amanuensis, or, the former are not willing to uphold their promises. My own opinion is, that on investigation, the said petition will be found to have been too much " got up" for the occasion. I am, Sir, Your's, &c. Q IN THE CORNER, No. 81, George Street, Sydney, New South Wales EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY THE PROPRIETORS.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
STOLN. from the Neighbourhood of Richmond on haraday Ev-ning lSat, ;a irel 34are, heavy in" F6d?l?,nd within about thi're weeks of. Fpaling, lame in the off fore shoulder,,bratided on the off' side under the miane S f., Whoever will bring the said Mare to James Timmons" of Richmoihd;, .will receive a Reward of Twelve Dollars, and any person possessing the said Mare after 'this Notice, will be prosecuted. Richmond, Nov. 19th, 1827. - CA r InON. NTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all persons .N tresspassing on the land of J. S. Spearing, situated at the Illawarra, (containing four 'thousand acres) will be. prosecuted, and all Cattle found depasturing will be impounded after this notice. "'-To let, several small Farms on clearing lease. None heed apply that cannot give satisfactory reference. Paulsgrove, Illawarra, October, 23rd, 1827. VALUABLE ESTATE FOR SALE. TO be sold by Private Contract, an Estate, with, improvements, consisting of 470 Acres;. situated &nbsp; &nbsp; at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
. " " CHANTER T HIS celebrated Chesnut Coach ,Horse, who, for.size, symmetry, and- strength, standsiunrivalled in the Co lony, will stand this Season at the places and on the days specified below=--Viz.;' At Mr. Deane's,'Western Road, on "Mondays. Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. Mr::J."Smiths CrBss. Keys Parramatta. aid Mri.'nHugh: Kellfs, Whirid'or Road,: Wednesdays.: Mr. D. Smallwood's, PittTo'wn;, Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays.: Mr. John Harris, Nepein, -Saturdays.: Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and- one Dollar to the Groom. YOUNG RIECTOR. 17TIIS.'celeb ated' Horse will''staid duirptg the Season at the ~indbrinentionedplaces :" viz. Mt*/ Join Patrick's, Cam ipell'Town. -~/fr'.Thbmas Colloghan'A,' iviirp1ol, Mr. :Sarmuel Blackman's, Cobherty." Mr.; iMatthew Highland's, Prospect.' 'fr:. Callaghan's, Appin. Young Hector was formerly the property of Mr. Sa anuel Blackmaq, bnt now belongs to Mr. ,Collughap. He, was got by that well-known Blood Horse HectQ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
We copy the following 'from the Scotsman News paper. " AMONG other schemes got up during the late fever of speculation, was an Agricultural Association for culti vating land in New Holland. From a meeting of this Company, held in London last week, it appears, that they have sent out an agent, (with stores, sheep, &c,) who was well received by the Governor at Sydney, and obtained a grant of a million of acres. After due en- quiry, he had fixed on Port Stephens as the site of the settlement, a place about 80 or 90 miles north of Port Jackson, and affording an excellent harbour. The agent Mr. Dawson, describes the spot, as consisting of a chain of low hills, backed by some of a more majestic height, well adapted to the feeding of sheep. The directors seem to rely on the sale of wool, for reimbursing their expenses. They have confidential agents employed at present in different parts of Europe, in making experi- ments, to ascertain what sort of sheep are most likely to be advant...
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold : New Wheat 6s. 3d.-Old do. 5s. per Bushel.--Maize Os. 6d, -Barley 4s. 6d.---Oats none.-Fine Flour, 16s. sterling per 100 lbs.-.-Second do. 13s--Bread 4d per 21b, Loaf.-.. Batter (salt) 2s. 6d.-Fresh 2s. 9d.-Eggs 2s. ier doz... Colonial common Cheese Is. 3d.-Fowls 58. 6d. per couple. -Ducks 6s.-Geese 7a. 0d. each.-Turkies 10s.-T~rnips 21d. per bunch.-Carrots 2d -Onions 56d per lb.--Pota toes (colonial) 26s. per cwt,-Bruised Perwept do 12s. Beef per lb. by the quarter 4bd by the Joint 7d.--Mutton -Pork 8d.-Veal 9d.-Cows from £4. to £7. according to size and quality. English large milch Cows, in good conditip £9. to £10. MERCIANDIZE. 'Hyson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.--Comamo p:Ireeqs Tea £5. very superior £7, 10s--Sugar Isle of France 4td.-- Tobacco per Basket 3s." 6d.--Negroliead 8s.-En glsh Soap. per box 5id.-Branidy (very scarce) 21s.-Rum (per 0 Gal. Ions) 8s- -Gin 2e(.-White wine pwr pipe £18. or 4s, per Gallon-Red Wine unsaleable...
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. TRAVELS IN ITALY.-When I entered the rustic inn of' *Gedro, late in the evening, I found but little comfort in t the. aspect of the place. It, like all other houses which' ;professed to afford refreshment and repose, was com pletely filled by a motley crowd, composed of French soldiers and gens-d'armes, and all the varieties of Spa nigh .vagabonds which I have before tnentioned. Out side the house, and nearly blocking up the approach, stood a throng of mules laden with all sorts of rubbish, saved from the ruin of their wretched owners, or pilfered in' their flight; and with these were mixed, oxen, sheep, and goats, bellowing and bleating in all the discord of-a cattle fair. .Vithin was a scene of brute confusion quite analogous. A large fire, formed of a young bark of the cork-tree, and a newly-felled pine, filled the wide chiinneyat one end of the room. Close to the flame pressed a throng of women, children, monks, and mule steers, their steaming cloaks joini...