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Norfolk Island, Feb. 27th, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

Norfulk Island, Feb. 27th, 1829. ' o Tra EnDITOR O THB.?' MPOITo. SIR, From your impartial feeling mani fested towards the population of New South Wales generally, particularly the support and protection you afford Con victs, when considered innocent or worthy of, lenity, I am induced (with duo respect) to address you, coming under the deno mtniitlon of an innocent victim of false e 'ji?lcee and treachery, and now labour in trider a load of misery, and sentenced to perpetual slavery at, Norfolk Island. I was tried for a house robbery with John IEdwards in 1826#, nd received sen'ence of deith ; was respited with life to Nor . folk Island, and drafted on beard the brig Wellington for that purpose ; (her fate and return you are a'ready acquainted with); and when redrafted to the Hulk,-I was informed by one John Fagan, (who received sentence of transportation for a petty crime in the interim, and is now at MAoroton Bay) that he John Fagan had him self committed the house robbery that my...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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THE SYDNEY MONITOR MONDAY, JULY 6, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

THE SY!DNIY MOWZITOR r.:,,NDAY, JUL Y 3, 1829. ';nru official Journal has had the te .merity to attempt an explanation of the circumstances related by us, as to the late Irish salt pork tender, together with a certain, tender: for wheat, : in July last, Being official, we must.- pay, attention to .the courtly 'Fditor's remarks. And our attention must be increased in exact-pro. portion, as his attempts at refutation are puerile in argument, dr erroneous in fact' " The Editor: commences his reflitation .as -follows. "* O Saturdaylast, the newspaper so celebrated tor its intemperane*, misrepresentation, and libel .lous attacks npon all the members of His Majesty's Colonial Government, renewed its infamous abuse of our amijabip and upright Conimissary General. A more unprovoked, unmerited slaender was never put forth even by that vile engine of mischief; and we hope to prove, by the statement of a few ..simple facts, the truth of our assertion." " Infamous abuse," we .are incapable of u...

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ORIGINAL INSCRIPTIONS, CARVED AND DRAWN ON WOOD, BY THE OFFICE[?] OF HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES IN SYDNEY. Being the contents Jury Box in the Suprem Criminal Court of Sydney. Jury Per-horrui. HOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

ORIGINAL INSSRIFTIONS, CARVID AND DRAWN ON WOOD, BY THE OPIICIEtL OP HIS MIAJE.TYT' PORCLS. IN SYDNEY. Be?tg the contents of the Jury Box in the Suprem Criminal Court of Sy dnery. Jure per-horrui. Hon. Here lie the bones of John Douglass Forbes : If na body his ashes disturbs, He'll probably lie here 'till the day of judgment, Provided none to him a gradge meant I Crim Con, and Nem Con ; or Simpson and Sampson Timothy two shoes lieth here, Who had a mouth from ear to ear ; Reader tread slightly on his sod, For if he gape, you're gone by G---d . Vir bonus art quiz. " 'Tis he, I hear my murderer's voice," Loud shrieks a darkly gleaming form ; " A murderer's voice ?" the roof replies, And deeply swells the bursting storm i Ohe ! jam 8sals. Euminides said, that the 'Cretans were liars; but Eumisides was a Cretan, therefore the Cretans were not liars, therefore they were liars, therefore they were not liars, &c. in commoda puhlica,peccem Si lunge sermone snorer tua tempora (A Gal...

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

NEW ADVERTSI1VIENTS OF THIS WEEK. oF govhernment Orders, Notices, 8Sc. IN TUESDAY'S, THURSDAYS', AND THIS DAY'S GAZET'IE. 'otice. J. R,berts to be constable at Penrith. br lice. H. Dawkins to be constable at Wallis Plains, and T. Lawson at Patterson's Plains. Proclamation dated the 29th ult., opening the new market place at foot of the Brickfield Hill, for the sale of live stock only, [on Thursday she 2nd instant. The old ma.sket to be still used for poultry, vegetables, fruit, &c. &c. Sherff's Notices of sales at his office by execution, in the following cases : Campbell and others vs. Pashley on Monday 13th instant. Elias vs. Barnett on Thursday next. ferry vs. Meehan on the 18th intant. Same w'." Clarkson on Thursday next. _ettington vs. Kelly on same day. D OCTOR HALLORAN, proposes at an early day, to publish a" Poetical Satire," in Imitation of Doctor Johnson's London, entitled'' TIlE FIRST THREE \GES OF AUSTRALIA." " The Golden': *" the Silver," and'"'the Braze...

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HALL v. ROSSI ESQ. AND OTHER MAGISTRATES. Supreme Court, Wednesday. Present the three Judges. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

HALL v. ROSSI ESQ. AND OTHER MAGISTRATES.- Supreme Court, IYednesdaey. Present the three ,Judgea. Ms. KErra rose and informed the Court, that Mr. Wentworth could not attend in the case of E. S. Hall v. Justices Rossi, ui nn,. Wolston craft, and IBrotne Esqrs, but that he attended in li u, to hear their Honors' decision, Hiis Honor the Cluma JvsTrucs then sta ted, that himself and learned Coadjutors had .naturely considered the case of Hall t. Rossi Evq. and other Magistrates, and were unanimous in their opinion, that the rule should mot be granted. And as His Hlonor Mr. Justice Dowling had had the I goodness to commit to paper their opini-.. ons, he would read the same. Mr. Justice Dowling thenmLdi'f the grounds on which the rult was ireused. 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 again...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

ISLa or FnLANC.--The remarks made in our lqst number, under the head of the Isle of France, have derived increased im portance from the arrival of an nngry proclamation, by Major-General Sir Ralph Darling, who has succeeded Major-Genae ral Hall in the military command, and temporary civil government of that Colo ny, and from the arrival, trial, and con viction, by a Middlesex jury, of fresh per sons accused of Slave Trading. The Major-General declares that " every cul prit shall be trunsmitted. to England-" This proceeding, so distinctly at va riance with the constitutia nal Fights. which are oecured to every subject of the realm, and to every stranger falling un der our jurisdiction.--the right of beinp tried by ajury of the Country, that is, by sworn inhabitants of the in mmediate pluce of the allegcd crime, having been remon stratcd against by a correspondent of a daily paper, an answer was indirectly at tempted to be offered by the Solicitor General, in opening the case, and by ...

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

CHEAP VWAREIHOUSE. S WVYATT begs leave to inform his . best Friends, and the Public, that he has opened the following Goods, just re ceived by the latest Arrivalsj \'viz. S2 cases, containing 23 dozen Laghorn flaps for ladies, from 25,. each. I ditto .... ditto ..,. ,onnets, 45s. I ditto coloured Nor'v?ich craplet? rý5;. hi. per yard. 1 ditto, black bombazeens, froth es. 3d. per yard. Welsh and other flannels, from Is. Gd. per yard. A few piecea of black and colourel stuff, of superior quality, drab kdrsyemere, at the low price of 6s. per yard. For Cash onhy. (Dollars taken at 5s. each) WINT.ER GOODS. 'JERUSALEM WAREHOUSE. IN addition to the extensive stock of L goods already advertised, the under signed has just received par Jane, ar ex cellent assortment of black ctuffs, very '.ide,-both twill'd and plain, also coloured 'stuffs in great variety; like wise an assort-. treunt tesuperior corduroys light-coloured. A few. pieces of white do. for Gentlemen's small clothes I A few pieces...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

CaPr Tot*,,MAncn 21, 1829.-The re ports of the Conmmissioners of' Enquiry, Messrs. Biglte and Co. on the Adminit- " tration of the Government and upon the Finances at the Cape of Good lhope, have been long before the Public. In the re " trospective merits and demerits of thes;" laboriously trimming aid perplexed do cuments, we took very little interest, as it had long been evident that the disappear ance of Lord Charles Somerset, and .at least a part of his favourite system, would .be the d at if not the only consequence of the notice our complaints had attracted. The opinions of the Comirissioners as to the past were only important in so far as they tended to itfluence their recommend utions with respect to our future Govern ment. Of this part of the subject the publication of the papers laid before the Finance Committee, & on the Finance and Trade of the Cape, enab'es the Colonists at length to take a somewhat more com prehensive view than could have been done without such...

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IMPORTANT CASES. Supreme Court, (Saturday last). Before their Honors the Chief Justice, mr. Justice Dowling, and Mr. Justice Stephen, in Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 July 1829

IMPORTANT CASES.   Supreme Court, (Saturday last). Before their Honors the Chief Jnstice, Mr. Jus- tice Dowling, and Mr. Justice Stephen, in Banco. DR. WARDELL moved for a rule to shew cause, why a Criminal Information should not he filed against John Fitzgerald, Esq. one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Aryle, for refusing to renew the License to sell spirits, &c. to Mr. William Bowman, of that County, without reasonable cause for such refusal. Dr. Wardell grounded this motion on several affidavits from highly respectable individuals, and also a certificate   from James Atkinson Esq. also a Justice of the Peace in the County, which he (Dr. W.) would read over to the Court after a few pre- liminary remarks on the case. Mr. Williem Bowman had formerly resided in Sydney, and carried on an extensive trade, having a farm at Bong Bong, in the County of Argyle. It was iepresented to him by many of his neigh- bours and friends in Ar...

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Patrichs' Plains, Hunters' River, June 12, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

Patridch' Plain, I?unster' River, June 12, 1829. To TuIE 'EDITOR OF TIHE SYDNEY MONITOR. Szn, Enclosed is the amount of my half year's subscription to your useful and indepen. dent Paper, (£1 fis. stg.) from 1st January to 30th June inclusive, and I beg you w:11 send me" a printed receipt for the same. If you could conveniently send me the " Mloni tor" of the 7th of February, wherein men, tion is made of --- and - , and also the several Papers from 1st January, to date of commencing subscription, you will much oblige me, as I wish to send home a regular set for the half year. Rcceiveo my hearty thanks for the kind ser vices you are ever ready to render the Rev. Mr. 'I1herry. the much beloved Priest of the Catholic Colonists; often have I read with gratitude and delight in your Paper, the well. merited enconiums bestowed on him by you. Indeed I have found you to be the advooate of tli?jvsr cause, howsoever weak its sub. jects, or of whatever class, religion, or poli. ties they may be...

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(HIS EXCELLENCY'S REPLY.) To the Landed Proprietors and Mereha[?] of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

(HIS EXCELILENCY'S RMPLY.) To the Landed Proprieters ands M?r/moab eof .Aewr Solth W6les. I heave received, with sentiments of sineere satisfaction, the Address which you have done me the honour to present to me. The public expression of the sentiments of the indepen. dent Landed Proprietors end Merchants of this important Colony, could not fail to be as gratifying to me as it is honourable to the feel? nog which has dictated it on their part. The Press has undoubtedly indulged itself to a most iicentious and criminal extent, in its endeavours to degrade the Governmantr, and excite public disucotetx. None but the 1ig norant, however, the niavoe of populer clomouv have been deceived by the specious garb-" tl. freedom of discsnion"--which these writers have assumed. 'ThVy aro now making atono menat to the injured laws of the country, and justice is satisfied It is, 1 confess, Gentlemen, very gratifying to me, that persons of your character and en. timation, the most extensive Land-bol...

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Wilberforce, June 30th, 1829. TO AUSTRALASIATICUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

WVitherforce, June 30tA, i829. To AUSTRALASIATICUS. 8in, Hlaving read with astonishment your poe. tical ef'usion, which I consider a gross mis. representation of the feelings and sentiments of your countrymen (as you designate the Colonial youth), I bee in the most unqualified terms, to deny the truth of your statement relative to the alleged attachment of myself and a large circle of native friends to the pre. sent system of the British Government in this Colony. So long as you enjoy the sunshine of Court favour, and can strut up the fine gra. vel walks to place and pension, you may be excused for your avowed attachment to the present dynasty; but it is assuming an unwar rantable liberty to assert as you have done, that the native-born young men of this Colony are satisfied with the present state of things. There was a time when our Australian youth might boast of the equity and the bounty of the British Government; nor do they despair of seeing a return of those happy days-but acc...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

To 9Af Btwf1t o! t!r Sf rin 9w0oS SnR, Though I am favourable to your constitu tional sentiments and to your candou.r, I beg to dissent from your principles in the oppo sition you evince to the Address got up, as a palliative or scape.goat for the present 0*01 of the Government. Ever since the settlement of this Colony it was customary to present the departing Governor with an Address. Even Governor Bligh received an Address from his friends, and se did every other Governor, both before and since. Why not General Darling then ( n ihe ve of his expected departure ? I consider you have no great reason to com plain of the partiality or versatility of the Colonists in general; besides, considerable allowance should be made for those Subscri. bers to the Address who are in quest of a large grant; or a place in office; or who are seeking for a debt to the Crown to be can celled. I am not prepared to say whether an Editor enduring like yourself a fifteen months imprisonment ought not also ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

` Captain Dillon. w.ar received at King Charles I Court to his heart's content. He received, the reward offered in 179?1 a further present of 10,000 france, an an nuity of 4,000 francs for life, and was dqCer.e4, with the legion of beuour !

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

To.:118 EDITOR oW THY STDN4T MIONITOB Sin, JIf.your statement be correct relative to the source of your comforts in the Sydney gaol, you have no. reason to continue your hostility to the Address presented to General Darling. In your Journal of the 4th instant, you boast of enjoying yourselfon Ilis ***jg ,**** veal, soused with the Colonial Secretary's butter, and rinsed down by Colonel Dusna. resq'a Isle of France wine, &c.; leaving your readers to infer, that you enjoy all these fa .ours through the kind consideration of the A uthorities. The impression made upon the minds of evcral friends is, that the said veCl. butter, jnd tcine, together with vegetables from the Ghvcrnment garden, are cent to. you gratis, tilt you may be induced to allow the Uover aor's Address to' pass uncriticised ; or, that you hr'n ttemrptin,, to soften the rigour of power by giving your CustIO:s to our Autho. rities. In either case I consider it a derelic. lion of 'vour duty to make terms with your...

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TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE SIR GEORGE MURRAY, HIS MAJESTY'S PRINCIPAL SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES, &c. &c. &c. Sydney, New South Wales, H. M. Gaol, July 7, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

To TER P.Zo035f lEofAsLia eia Ji@oG.e MURIsHAs, H1 M,?sAJSLTr's PAtRCIALt Si OiTSARTi o0 E?T?. roe,'ULs tC?iLOtmII, '.c. &c. ,&L. 'yduey, Cew South W ales, Iit. A. G?ol, July 7, 1829. Ste, We do ourselves the hoaour to inform you, that the ship Alfred which conveys this letter, will bring you an address or addresses by a a few of the Landholders and Merchants of this Colony to His Excellency Governor Darling, presented to him by a deputation of six of the body, together with the General's reply. 'T'he reply reflects upon us, as Editors of the independent Press of this Colony, with singular severity. We therefore .take the liberty of begging of you Sir, to suspend your judgment on both documents, until you shall have real in our next journrls respec. tively, an explanation of the circumstances connected wit-h the address and reply; for we trust Sir, you will then perceive, that His Excellency's anger against us, has over. come his prudence and .his just dignity ; and ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

T!hompson the surviving victim of the iron collar and novel chains, on beini; re prhnande;l and threatened by Captain Lo gan, at Moreton Bay, told the latter, he was no longer a soldier, that he had been drumme:l out of the service, and would no longer sed:re;. ai: accoammodating (he action to the word, he threw his cap at the Captain'r head ! ie is to be brought down to Sydney and tried by a Court martial. We .suppose however, by a motion in the Supremxe 'Court, the ques tion oP his liability to such a trial, will be. mooted. We understand that our late Registrar Mr. John Stephen, being divested of his office of Conmmrriissioner of Lands, intends taking a trip to his brother'sa arm ne.r Bateman's Bay to look about him, and consider of the advantages.and disadvan tagea of turning nettler. A Gentleman has been seen going from door to door, with a large roll of. parch meat; quaere--is this a counter address ? The , Bank of. australia has formed a connexion witti Hrricas, "Farquhar and...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE EVENING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

*UMOUI IDU rOM rOU TEEI UNUb10 WrI Hiffh Wsaer, 15w. p. morn.~- 432 m~p,5 Hi k Water, 12 in. p. 6 morn.--46 in. p. 6evr. . 1 High Water, 13 ca.p. ;nmrn.--42 m. p. Tor. jj H gh Water, 10 n. p.8 ioru.--36 n. p. 8 at. "j High AWatar, 56 m. p. 8 aaorn.-10 m. p. 9 at. * HighV''-tar. 3 0n. p.9 wor.-.40 c. p. 9 at. Full Mona. 4? . E. ni omrnng ýb 'ator, a m. p. 10 Dtorm.-25 M. p. 10 at. Bun riace. 1 Mn. P. 7---9e to 50 m. p. 4, ...,.,..........M- wmrar Ese-zn·Jms

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CRAZY KATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

CRAZY KATE. 'hTere often Wanders one, whose better days Saw better clad; in cloak of satin trimm'd With lace, and hat with splendi3 ribandbound. A serving maid was she, and fell in love With one who left her, went to sea, and died. Her fancy followed him through foaming waves To distant shores, and she would sit and weep At what a sailor outfers. Fancy too, Delusive most where wishes a.e, \Would oft anticipate his glad return, And dream of transports she was not to know. She heard the doleful tidings of his death. And never smiled agaid. And nvw the roams, 'Along dreary wastes and spends the live-long day ; And there, unless when charity forbids, The; live-long night. A tatter'd apron bides, Worn as a cloak, and hardly hides, a gown More tattered still; and both but ill conceal A bosom heav'd with never ceasing sighs. She begs an idle pin of all she meets, And hoards them in her sleeves but needful food, Tho' pressed with hunger oft, or comelier clothes,. Tho' pinch'd with cold, ask...

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

hiAF.&YGT (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR C45gg. OP TU2 FOLLOWIN1G AITICLE.L B1ef, or lb pw joint........... ". /: Mutto, do. d ......... ...:,: , r* 4 Br,? per quartar, pe )............l " Park. por cartal., per lb.......... Broad, par Z b.sa.e .. Ilutt~r, per~. lb. ............,....,. ,, : "., t 7.p "dch. .;eau, do OteIu ryua do. .............. .: ..' -.. pIrow Ongir do. ............... ,yy 4v 1 oraigc 't acE.mc , do ... .. '.. '....::.. i `ý'ý wVeat Indica llt Be r rat....'..ga .:, ee'O flollotzda, do, ...: .;". 11w Brcndy, do. ......... t4L o. Cepo Vli i o Wine, do. . f4 Shorryor Mcodira, do. Engliab 1'rows COoap, per l b.... *. Coloonia Mould Coadlee, d o...r. 0 ' -

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