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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

lOTTlcs.-The Pditor of the Monitor will thank the Author of the sensible letter in yesterday's Australian signed " An Australian," for a copy of the same, for publication in noxt Satnrday's '5(onitor, with ruch other addenda as lie may think proper to pen. The mild gravity of his : arguments, render their increase desirable. Advertiswenets sent to this ofice, must specify on she face, of them, the humber of times they are to be advertised, otherwise, they will be conti. siued until countermanded. w# beg to inform our Subscriltrs both in town and country, they munest consider the delivery of the .ZVewspapers by us to tho Post-master in Sydney, as regards .urfriends up the country, and to our smews-carriers as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively. the same as if put into their own hands. Sub aeribers uwho do not receive their papers regularly, are reguested to complain to us by letter (post :paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But...

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Rex. v. Rossi and others. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

Pex v. jfoaai and otncri., Mal. WanrTwou'rn.neet rose: A writ of (ertiorari' he said, had been granted u",n.a. :oiee.Alay.bt-ithe £Q,4 to briing up thic,"1proccedidge of the Sydney "Bench of Miagistrates in the cada of Peter Ty ler, an a? signed ~ervnnt of Edward Smith Hall, who was forcibly taken from his ermpoy, and a fine a'fterwards levied upon ubir for ihabouri:ng his 'wn' assigned ser Ai: tia a un(away: (The. proceedings of the Sydney Bench were nowv read by the Clerk of the Court.) 'II (Mr. W.) did not.think it necessary to occupy the timne of the Judges in a long argument on a point which, lhid been, on a Tormer occa sion (the case of RIx. v..Jane New), so solemnly decided by their Honors, and which most i npcirttnt deeiioin had been sq eontemiptuoutsly. treated by the Maglis .trates who prcsided on the Bench in the case now 'under the consideration of the Court. He 'merely moved, that the pro ceediings in. the case of Peter Tyler be quashed ; on the grotndl; that -His Ex ce...

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REX v. HALL. REX v. HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

RE v. wHAL.: max aX SHAYE. (Mr. Jwastc: D?teling'#s opinion h Ieh libel cases conlinued from our last.) In support of this argumentit I Black. Conm. 91. had been cited, where it is said, " Acts of Parliament that are impossible to be performed, are of no validity, anl if there arise out of them collaterally any absurd consequences, manifestly con tradictory to common reason, they are with regard to those collateral consequen -ces void, &e." In Bac. Ab. statute A, it is said, ".if a statute be against common right or reason, or repugnant, or impos -sitle to be performed, the common law shall control it, and adjudge it to be void; but the Judges will not hold a statute to be void unless it be clearly contrary to n't taral equity, for that they will strain, ra ther than hold a statuto to 'oe void." Up on this question, an eminent Editor of Mr. Juetice Elackstonc's Commentaries (Professor Christian), has observed, "If an Act "of Parliament is .clearly and unequivocally expressgd...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 4, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

WRE SYDNEY 9IONITOR S.ATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 4, 1829. 'I'ns official Journal has had the te mnerity to attempt an explanation of the ,circumstances related by us, as to the late Irish salt pork tender, together with a certain tender for wcheat, In July last -Being official, we must pay attention to the courtly Editor's remarks. And our attention must be increased in exact pro portion, as his attempts at refutation are 'puerile is argument, or erroneous in fact. T'he Editor commences his refutation as t .a sdal ; iwi drper so celehrated I ,inteinptratne, -iaircprreLtntation, And libel Z Iipttacks upon all tihe menmber "of flirs .f:s y's x'. oaln Governmoent, renewed its infamous abuse f our amiable and upright Commissary General. " more unprovoked, unmerited slander was never at forth even by that vile engine of misclir f ; .?andiee hope to prove, by the statun~ent c r F.'w.; a inipllfacts, the truth of our asseriki" ~""' amoius iuse, wve art incep:i? riuslng: towards any man, much ...

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Supreme Civil Court, Tuesday. Present the three Judges. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

Supreme Civil Court, Tuesday. Present the three Judges. Mr. WBNTWOrTI[, moved that the rule in. the case of Hall v. Rossi Esq. and other Mla. gistrates be made absolute. The Solicitor General rose,-and presentedaflidavits from the Magistrates, contradicting one of the allega tions made in MAr. Hall's affidavit, and exo. norating them from alleged contempt of the decision of the Honorable the Supreme Court, as to the case of Jane New. After a few other remarks by the Solicitor General, Air. Wentworth rose. It cannot have escaped the observations of your Honors, (said Mr. n .) that the whole tenor of the affidavits of the Justices just read by the Solicitor General, goes merely to exonorate them from the charge of contempt of this Ilonorable Court, aud not to rebut the charge of malice in the proceedings against Mr. Hall. (ir. Solicitor General here explained, and the clerk of the Court read an affidavit formerly put in by Mr. Dunn, which set forth, that he the said Mr. Bunn, did sit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

NEW OF THIS WEEK. A . LETON government Orders, Notices, 4c. IN TUESDAY'S, TIHURSDAYS', AND TillS PAY'S GAZL'rI'T. -totice. J. R ,berts to be constable at Penrith. oatice. H. Dawkins to be' constable at Wallis Plains, and T. Lawson at Patterson's Plains. 'roclanmation dated the 29th ult., opening the new market place at toot of the Brickfield Hill, for the sale of live stock only, ion Thursday the 2nd instant. The old madket to be still used for poultry, vegetables, fruit, &r. &c. ;heri.ds' Aoticea of sales at his office by execution, in the following cases- ;ampbellandothers vs, Pashley on Monday 13th instant, lias vs. Barnett on Thursday next. t'crry vs. Meehan on the 18th intent. ;ame ?'. Clarkson on Thursday next. lettington vs. Kelly on same day. D-OCTOIt HALLORAN, proposes at an early day, to publish a s' Poetical ;atire," in Imitation of Doctor Johnson's london, entitled " T'IE FIRST THREE LGES OF AUSTRALIA.' " The Golden" 'the Silver," and " the Brazen." Only ...

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HALL v. ROSSI ESQ. AND OTHER MAGISTRATES. Supreme Court, Wednesday. Present the three Judges. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

HIALL v. ROSSI ESQ. AND SOTHER MAGISTRATES. hpreme Court, Pednesdaoy. Presenta the three Judges. Ma. KasIT rose and informed the Court, that Mr. Wentworth could not attend in the case of E. S. Hall v. Justices Rossi, Bunn, Wolston craft, and Browne Esqrs, hut that he attended in li.u, to hear their Honors' decision. His Honor the Cujar JUSTICE then sta ted, that himself and learned Coadjutors had maturely considered the case of Hall V. Rossi Eaq. and other Magistrates, and were unanimous in their opinion, that the rule should not be granted. And as His Honor Mr. Justice Dowling had had the goodness to commit to paper their opini ons, he would read the same. Mr. Justice Dowling then read the grounds on .which the rule was refused. The 'Court. he observed, on a former occasion, had decided, that the conviction of E. S. Hall in the case of Tyler could not be held in law. It was now for the Court to decide on the merits of the application for a criminal information against the fMagistra...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

IsLE OF FaANCE.-The remarks made in 6ur last number, under the bead of the Isle of France, have derived increased in portance from the arrival of an angry proclarmation, by Ma jor-GenerniT Sir Ralph Darling, who has succeeded Major-Gene ral Hall in the military .command, and temporary civil government of that Colo ny, and from the arrival, trial, and con victon, by a Middlescx juy, .oi fresh per sons accused of Slave Trading. The Major-General declares that "every cal prit shall be transmitted to Engl-ntd" Thia proceeding, so distinctly at va riance with the constitutia nal rights. which are sccurcd to every subject of the realm, and to every strangluer hilling un der our jurisdiction,--the right of being tried by a jur!/ ef the Country, that is, by ,worni inhlbitnts of the immediate pilace of thle alleL ed crvime, haviniu been remon stratedl a:igainst by a correspcondent of ra daily paler, an azn: wer was indircetly at tcnimlted to be oflered by the Solicitor (;cthcral, in opening ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

CarE ToWN,M1AnCTn 21, 1891.-T1I's 'e ports of the Comrmissioners of Inquiri,. Messrs. Bigge end Co. on the Adminis't-i.- tration of the Government and upon tl?e' Finances at the Cape of Good IH?ope, .lave been long before the Public. In'thc red trospective merits and demerits of'thte. laboriously trirmtning and perplexed do colments, we took very little interest, as,it had long hbee evident that the disappear ance cf Lord Charles ,Somer:et, and at lcstd a part ofI tlybrkind ge sya wr1;ed > be the tfi .t if ,'ot the nly.? cunsequence ., .he, -tc -: -cur complanints had attractet The crniions of the ýCotamissioners as the past were only i:nportaut-in sa far a? they tended to intluence their :ccomrnen(-. ~ntions with respect to our future Governs inort... Q.0 tlhis t ttle 'h eetl : publicatio nt of the painfds Tat i 'f h e 07eTh `?>: Finance Committee, & on the Finance and---'. Trade of the Cape, enables the Colonist.i,. ... at length to take a somewhat more comt.: : preh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 July 1829

CIIEAP WAREINOUSE. Y W ATT begs leave to info his * best Friends, and the Publie, tfat he -has opened "the following Goods. jut re Scived by the latest Arrivals; viz.l o cases, contailing 23 dozen L horn Sthips for ladies, from c25a. each. :i ditto .. ditto .... bonnets, as i ditto coloured Norwich crapes, , 6d. Sper yarLd. Lditio, black bozibazcbns, front 3d. elsii and'rinhc Thkhiesla, from s :6d, p: er yard. =sA few pieces of black and eolourediuff, of superior quality, drab kersye re, at 3,. the low price of Gs. per yard. SIor Cash only. (Dollars taken at. each) WINTER GOOD S JERUSALEM WAREHOU "WN adition to the extensive- ek of 1a. goods already advertised, t? der seigned has just received per Jane n ex cellent assortment of black at , vary wide, both twill'd and plain, aleo loured stuiT in great variety; likewise o:sort ment of superior corduroys light- oured. A few pieces of white do. for Ge emen's small clothes ; A few pieces of dark speckl uncut velveteens, very wide .A larg...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR -Per'ýOt q ')-xon...o . 2 Co opr .. ....i.-.. .. 2. s.: Ss Cooarke 1)arllng Mille ~ ~ .. 2f G7 bAr '

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Market (Currency) Prices, from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

Market (Currency) Prices ,from the Vy41e Gazette, Wheat-perbsh.0O 9 9 D?cks .....0 .6 0'S Maiic,do....0` '4 G Powli, pi r pairO 4 0 B:iroey, do....0 6 0 Gese, do ....0 ,9 .. Potatoes cwt..0 9 0 Turkior, do. ..0 1iI ( Butter, perlb. 0 2 0 Hay, per ton.. 8 0 'O:i:. Eggs, per doz. 0 2 4 Strawper load 2 i. (p

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

MEMORANDUM FOP TIHE ENSUINO WRRK. - I High Water, 11 m. p. 11 morn.--27 m.p. 11 n. SlHigh Water, 45 m. p. I 1 morn.- S -ligh 'Water, 10 m. p. 12 morn.-36 m. p. 12 jI High Water, 6 in p. I morn.-33 in. p. 1 aft. E?I -High Water,.2 morn.-28 in. p. 2 afternoon.. I Moon's First Qunrter 36 m. p. 4 afternoon. ++ I Hirrl Water. 59 m. . 2 mor.--32 m. n..3 aft S Ctti'di in. p. "i morl.-b inl. p. 4 aft. Sun rises. 5 m. p. 7-se ts 55 in. p. 4.

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

Supa sau COURT, MoNDAY.--Present the three Judges. The following, prisonerts were brought up for sentence.-George Groves and James M'Colville, for burglary -Death. John Salt, Richard Peacock, and William Potts; for highway robbery Death. James Barnes;afid Joseph Stephen son, for highway robbery-Death. Somen few motions were made, but none of any public interest, in consequence of Hi, Honor the Chief Justice being obliged to retire early from the Bench.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

S .ippftu i ntilligat, .. drrinals,-On Saturday, the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle; On Sunday the himrod fromn C.ina, via Hobart Town, which place she left on the 19t4 Inst. ' Also the same day the Resotlutio fromn Port Dalrymple; on Monday the Hauwei from New Zealand; on Friday the Caroline from New Zealand, and the Lord Lirerpool from Newcastle. Depatures.--On Sunday thoe Isabella for Port Macquarie, and Moreton Bay. Passengers, Dr. Evans a'nnd Mr. Fraser the Colonial Botanist.--On Sunda:y tho-lReliance for Calcutta, and II. M. S. iatellite for India, also the Tljomppson for Batavin. On Monday the Elizobet/h for Port Dalrymple, and the I.ibcrt.y for No vcastle.-On Tuesday tho Lord Liverpool for Newcastle. Projected Departures.-Thele Emma Iemnp for New Zealand, the Aifred for London, and th'e .C1ary for Liverpool, on the 5th Instant.--;-The WIfoodlark for the Sperm Fishery, on the 6th, the Pyraemus for London via Hobart Town, and the' ,eorgana for Bombay via .Hooart Tl'vn, on th' 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

'.NOTIc?.-The Faitor of the Monitor will thank the Author of the- scnsible letter in yesterday's Australian signed " An Australian," for a copy of the same, for publication in next Sntnrday's :Alonitbr, with such other addenda as he may -.think proper to pen. The mild gravity of his arguments, render their increase desirable. . Advertisements sent to this oficee, must specify on the race of them, the number of times they are to be advertised, otherwise,-they will-e conti s.ued until countermanded. W.:Iek to inform our Subscrilers both. in totrn aid country, they must consider the deunerry of the Newspapers by us to tho Post.master in .Sydney,: -as regards ourfriends up the country, and to our news-carriers as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to. them in lato respectluely ; the same as if put into their own hands. Sub scribers wrho do net receive their papers regularly, are requested to.. complain to us by letter (post paid) and, as ftr as we can, wee will remedy the evi...

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Supreme Civil Court, Tuesday, Present the three Judges. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

Supreme Civil Court, Tuesday, Present the three Judges. Mr. WIVNTwoRTU, moved that the rule in the case of Hall v. Rossi Esq. and other Ma. gistrates be made absolute. The Solicitor General rose, and presented affidavits from the Magistrates, contradicting one of the allega tions made in Mr. Hall's affidavit, and exo norating them from alleged contempt of the decision of the Honorable thq Supreme Court, as to the case of Jane Neiv. After a few other remarks by the Solicitor General, Mr. Wentworth rose. It cannot have escaped the observations of your Honors, (said Mr. t .) that the whole tenor of the affidavits of the Justices just read by the Solicitor General, goes merely to exonorate them 'from the charge of contempt of this Ilonorable Court, aud not to rebut the charge of malice in the proceedings against Mr. Hall. (Mr. Solicitor General here explained, and- the clerk of the Court read an affidavit formerly put in by Mr. Bunn, which set forth, that he the said Mr. Bunn, did sit a...

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MELANCKOLY CASE OF THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE, & SOME PALLIATIVES FOR THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

MSIEL.ANCKOLT CARE OF T'I?E DUKI OW. N.Wl, CASTLE, & SOMEB PALLIATIVES FOI"rTFE SAME.. An uncommon case puzz'ed the Faculty some years ago. A worthy gentleman in .Vigorous health, and having the organs of sight in.excellent perfection for all objects but one, complained of a distressing inability to read even the largest print that was set before him ! Many were the learned theories proposed in explanation of this curious defect; and after the patient had had his eyes all but pdjed out by the various oculists, some coa mon-place person asked him whether he had ever been taught his letters, a question which he, vth great simplicity, resolved in tlihnegctive, and thus explained the problem which had no greatly ,~e plexed the learned. . . Tho Duke of Newcastle complains, with ei' milar naivct', that he cannot.collect hie'ideas when he addresses the Noble House. .Alick, alack ! my Lord Duke, " the Spanish fleet you cannot see, because it is not yet in sight." [he ideas the hones...

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Rex. v. Rossi and others. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

Rex. v. oits asnd aothers. 7M2r. WEtrrw5 ?Tnn next rose. A "'writ of ('erliorari, he said, had been granted upon a former day by the Court, to bring up the proceedings of the Sydney Bench of Magistrates in the case of Peter Ty ler, an assigned servant of Edward Smithil iall, who was forcibly taken from his empoy, and a fine afterwards levied upon him for habouring his own assigned ser vant as a runaway. (The proceedings of the Sydney Bench were now read by the Clerk of the Court.). He (Mr. W.) did not think it necessary to occupy the time of the Judges in a long argument on a point which had been, on a former occa sion (the case of fcx. v. Jane New), so solemnly decided by their HIoncrs, and which most important decision had been. so contemptuously treated by the Magis trates who presided on the Bench in she case now under the consid- ration of the Court. lHe merely moved, that the pro ceedings in the case of Peter Tyler be quashed ; on the grond; that His Ex cellency the Governor o...

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REX v. HALL. REX v. HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

" "BX ?-v HAYES. (Mr. Juistfee" Dwling's opinion on the *-ibel cases Lontinued from our 14is.) -n support of this argument, 1 Black. Com. 91. hid been cited, where it is said, '4' Acts. of Parliament that are impossible Nto be performed, are of no validity, and if there arise out of them collaterally any absurd consequences, manifestly con tradictory !o common reason, they are with rearard to those collateral conQequen ces void, &c." In Bac. Ab. statute A, it is said, " if a statute be against common right or reason, or repugnant, or impos sible to.be performed, the common law shall control it, and adjudge it to be void ; hut the Judges will not hold a statute to be void unless it be clearly contrary to n-i. t aral equity, for that they will strain, ra C iher than hold a statute to be void." Up-c on this question, an eminent Editor of Mr. Juetice Blackstone's Commentaries (Professor Christian), has observed, " If an Act of Parliament is clearly andl unequivocally expressed, ...

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