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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

DIIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises 58 minutes after 4. High Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. ? Sun sets 2 min. past 7. S High Water, 59 past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. E High Water, 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. I Moon 11 days old. ~I I mHigh Water 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Aft. i - St. Andrew. -1 1 High Water 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past 6 Ev. E - Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 11 min. 3 sec. before 12 mean time. Day 14 hours 4 min. long. "1[ ' Advent Sunday. High Water 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev. d I High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.--36 min. past 8 Nt. FullMoon 55 min. past 8 Morning. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 70 82 72 Fine TUESDAY ........ 62 64 58 Stormy and Rain VEDNESDAY...... 54 56 50 Do. THURSDAY ...... .48 58 54 Do. FRIDAY.......... 58 66 59 Cloudy SATURDAY ...... ..60 68 62 Do. SUNDAY ....

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

ln consequence of Sterling Money having now become the ianiversal charge among the shop.keepers of Sydney, for all kinds of property,.. the Proprietor of this Journql . m.ill be under the necessity at the end of 'the present Quarter, of adopting the same charge for his Journal and Adverlise?nents, as his Contemporaries; namely Sterling Moiey.

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The Duke of Ciarence's Charity. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

The Duke of Ciarence's Charity. THE great profligate grant of £6,000. a-year made to. the Duke and Duchess of Clarence last Session, was defended on the specific ground that they would expend it in charity. About a fortnight ago the Court News man communicated this information : " The Duke and Duchess of Clarence have given numerous. dinner parties at their residence in the Admiralty, every day since Thursday last (six days). Colonel George Fitzclarence, the Comptroller of his Royal Highness's Household, has had the direction of these parties, which have each consisted of about thirty guests." ThouGH this might undeniably be feeding the hun gry, it did not strike us as being exactly the kind of charity which had been promised ; and we were at the same time apprehensive, that as it was calculated to swollow up the whole of the alms-money granted by Parliament, there would be no funds left to meet the demands of the other description of charity. Our minds have, however, been made easy...

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ENGLISH POLITICS. (Papers to the 22nd of July have been received by us by the JOHN. The following are the latest and most interesting Extracts.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

~~1U~GL -POLITICS. ({ rs to te 22nd of Jualy hae been received by uas by the Jons. The falnoin g are tks latesta and mot intrest ing ExinrnctsJ ONE most mterial act of the Commons in-the last week, was the dismissal of Lord Charles Somerset from his Government of the Cape. His Lordship has been dismissed, not by any act of the House, but in deference Ao~ubIie opinion both within and without the walls of Earliament. This is a most important measure, both as a check to misgovernment in other Colonies, and as the country will narrowly watch Minidters in their apointment of a successor to the delinquent. It was known, that :the salary of the Governor of the Cape was smade most unreasonably high, at the nomination of Lord Charles Somerset to the office. We shall now see what reduction Mr. Canning will make in fixing the S.ary of his successor.-Observer.

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MINISTERIAL ARRANGEMENTS. [A demi official article in the New Times.] [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

S MiNISt'ERIAL ARRANGEMIENTS. [A demi-officiul article in the New Times.] THE Duke of Portland resigns the oflice, of Privy Seal, but retains his seat in the Cabinet. There are sevieral precedents for this proceeding. 'It willbe diifmi cient to name a recent one ; that of Iard Sidniomth. Loan Carlisle leaves the Woods and Forests, and succeeds the Duke of Portland as Lord Privy Seal. Ma. Sturges Bourne succeeds Lord C(rlisle as First Commissioner of Woods and Forests, keeping his seat in the Cabinet. T'te Marquis of Ltinsdowvne succeeds r.; Sturges Bo~irne as Secretary of State for the Hflme DepIart ment. VIscOUNT Dudley and Ward remains at the Foreign .Ortice,; and, consequently, Mr. Canning continues First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Ex chequer. T' sRE will be no immediate change in "the Vice Regal Government of Ireland. 'The :Meiarqus :of Weltesley, it is understood, remainae at the Cdatle till ,the end of the year, when in all prrohabUity, he will be succeeded by ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

From the Examiner of the 22nd of July. . TUE Foreign news received during the week is of a very vague and indecisive character. The substance of amuch private communication from Portugal tends to establish the existence of a plan on the part of the faction of the Queen Dowager, for placing Don .Miguel at the head of the Government, with the title of-Regent, Whten he shall have attained the competent age of twenty five years, which event will take place in October next. They claim this high office for him as a right, in virtue of the 92nd article of the Constitutional Charter, which enacts, that during the minority of the Sovereign, .the Regency shall belong to the nearest relative, according to the order of succession. The pretence appears plau sible, but not only is the abdication of DoN PEDRO in complete until the requisite fulfilment of the econditions on which it was founded, but an express provision in the same Charter precludes all kingly authority to the uo wuinal husband of ...

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House of Lords. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

House -of L~ors. "-?Exisi -.C If. the 'late politiceal changes should be attended withrno other advantage, they have .yet effected a great good in the dicovery they have brought about of the true character of the House of Lords. 'To think ing men indeed, the character of this assembly could be no secret at any time, it was argued ex necessitate from its composition-wherever power is lodged without res ponsibility, the power is given for those who hold it. But the world is not filled with thinking men; the ma jority take their opinions without examination from current authorities, and unfortunately, from Blackstone's more frequently than from Bentham's. To persons of this stamp, the late pranks of the House of Lords have :proved extremely idstructive; they have made the most careless and thoughtless inquire into the utility of one of the three estates; and it is one of those inquiries which, once instituted, can only be attended with one conclusion. The difficulty is to set the intel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

GOVbENMENT OIRDER. . (No. 40) COLONIAL SECRETrARY's OvFiCE, Nov. 27, 1827. N a',noucin the approachin; Departure of, His Honor Lieutenant Governor Stewart, the Goveinor feels i hinseli'called on to express, in tuis public Manner. Ilis Regret at an Event which will deprive him of the .,crvices cf that officer. The Lieutenant Governor has exerted himself unceasingly in promnotin:, the Public Service; and His Excellencv feels infinitely indebted to him, for his honest, hea:rty, and uniform Co-operation in furthering the Views of His Majesty's Goveranment. As the L'rosperity of the Colo-:y, and the Happiness of the Inhalbitants at large, are the itnmmnediate Objects of these Views, Lieutenant Governor nor Stewa;rt, in faith fully rendering the Assistance which his O;ic:e has en abled him to afford, has established a Claim, bcyoid any fleeting or evanescent Praise, to the lasting Good-will of the People, and to the Approbation of the Govern ment which he has so honourably served. IN taki...

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News by the John continued. New Ministeral Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

!eVsby the ebkn, ont`n:ed. S S +afsmatsebo perhaIps, is , g A n'yý th ip 1 to ask, what conceivable honest reason can 4?digjpe4j 4,4rýI . ýor8 ! Pfsilr, .4e t4,l'... Cap.ua ., fr4sl i ot 4h m4a fo the pabnect ntg, te t, th4, wkl° (:ras 4 pit ru t al, intieeucq if luei: t cbu 4. V^ ,,r o, t,ý, Q .oun9~tr' oino a n, ttxQ .r, t #o dg)g q t4ft, tP*at }p-:,picd, gentlepapne wp qpite. igg papye,19 ygp h Pp half a-4qoen of the pUbbio Sffwou a hit , s??I,.iapl'ld by, t oeirle tenant-so o, a r,, l s-v ,? dpi- hp fi hitunselfy aly, scated in, SW, Sajh. e4e. W 9it 99a ha.bthte QPr ~t.Py to t? hMCkgynningst ? rit frs~a+prUceas.gues, ths.1e,? cis-. covers. that he may form the Cabinet at, perfect leagure,, thbuippe ,, qo the. cqntry going on ap smoothly and , s~ypfy 0 4p p9?ibc all. tte while. AP this prepos; os p t 9r is reafly ehibised to the- people of iE ~ e ,u o -uaked mummeryd actualli counts, npii? : ats iece of a nation w.hp are not all ioll s - rsh see?with what renton. .I GSay Hal,~_-T...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR. I was born and bred a Protestant of the established Church of England, and had instilled' into me the contempt of sectarianism, and the matter-of-course horror of Catholic ism : with the former I could associate nothing but cant and hypocrisy ;-with the latter, nothing but bigotry, faggots, and, treason. Of late, however, from a variety of circmnstances (no matter what) Ihave not attended Divine Service--:et I. was unable the other Sunday, to resist the temptations which an indifferenrly well played organ offered; and so walksd4 into the aisle of the Church, ,and there stood, and might have there stood till Doomsday; for, after being eyed from head to foot by two or three pew-openers, I was left to stand where I was, an object for the congregation to stare at, Not liking this treatment' I walked off. BEING determined to finish, my day as I had begun it, I now proceeded to the Methodist Chapel, hoping to experi. ence better treatment; and was not de...

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"MATCHLESS CONSTITUTION." [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

" MATCHLESS CONSTITUTION.'S W'E have been not a little diverted with a profound political reflection in Scott's " Napoleon," containing such a combination of common-placoe, fancy, fallacy, twaddle, misre.presentation, and flippancy, as is rarely seen in the same space. Treating of the Tiers Etat, he says,- " IT would be absurd to assert, that the body which thus engrossed national attention was devoid of talents to deserve it. On the contrary, the tiers etat contained a large propor. tion of the learning, the intelligence, and the eloquence of the kingdom ; but unhappily it was comp.)sed of men df theory rather than of practice, men more prepared to change than to preserve or repair ; and above all, of men who, ge narally speaking, were not directly concerned in the preserva tion of peace and order, by possessing a large property in the country."-pp. 120, 121, vol. 1st, From this text we guessed pretty accurately what was coming in the shape of comment. The " Collective wis dom" of ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. The Markets still continue what they have been for the last two Months-a mart for wearables-not mandibles. The small 'sup pi es which this mornilig's market exhibited, were before. eight o'clock in the hands of notorious regraters. 'By the common law of England, all endeavours to enhance the common price of any merchandize, and all practices which have an apparent ten dency thereto, whether by spreading false rumours, or by purcha sing things in a umarket before the accustomed hour, on nav BUYING AND SELLING AGAIN 'THE SAME TIING IN THE SAME' MARKET, or by any other such like devices, are PUNISIADLEs BY FINE AND IMIPRISONNENT. ,Arerage price on quantity sold : New Wheat 7s (d.--Old do. Os. per Bushel.-Maize 7s. Od, -Barley Os Od.-Oats none,-Fine Flour, 16s. 6d. sterling per 100 lbs.-Second do. 14s. 6d.-Bread 5d per 21b. Loaf. Butter (salt) 2s. 6(d -Fresh 2s. 9d.-Eggs 2s.. pir doz. Colonial commnonl Cheese Is. 3d.-Fowls 5s. 6d. per couple.' -Ducks 6s.-Geese Gs. Od. ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

CHANTER. T I'S--celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for sib, .y synipetty, .tid'strength, stands.uihrivalled fn the Co= lony will stand.this Season at the pliaces ard on the days' specified- below:-Viz. At Mr. DBane's, Western Road; on Mondays. , Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. :Mr1. J. Stniths Cross Keys Parramatta and Mit. 'ug 1i Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. I. Mallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdayp. M-. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. Sfr. Jbhn Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and' one Dollar to" the Groom; . YOUNG HICTOR. T HIS celebrated Horse willstand during-the Seasoli . antler uwdermentioned places : va.--e Mr. John Patrick's, Campbell Town. " M Thomas Colloghan's, Liverpool. . Mrs Shmuel Blackman's, Cobheoty:, - Mr, Matthew. Highland's, ProspeeC ' Mr. Callaghan's, Appin. YYoung Hbctor was formerly the propery. of Mr. Sa? muel Blaoltman, but now. lelongs to Mr Collogban. lie was .got by: that well-knowg flood Hblorse Hector out of ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

              river, sufficientrto cause the grass to make a vigorous lJ)ring. MR'IcHAEL PowEff, the 'infortner, waS taken into cus tody by Chapman on Wednesday; in virtue of a war rant granted by the Principal Superintendant of Police, on the affidavits of Mr. Wilson and Henry Moroony, charging him with wilful and corrupt purjury. lHe: has been bound over to take his Trial. Ia. 'Johri' Redmond Jur. who is detained c.n the information of.Power, the cattle stealer, is to be dis clhirted on Ifriday; as it has been fully proved upon a redent ttiiil, that Puwer was actuated byi malevolence in ifa'nrin~ the cliarg'e, and had ac:ually attempted to suborn a witness,by large offters of reward, to assist in procuring. Mr. R's conviction. ,Ta n Blaffs, with Col. Stewart at their head,; em barked on board the Prince Regent, for Calcutta, yesterday. The Prince Regent is expected to.sail on the 1st proximn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

39 'PITT STREET. J. MELVILLE. begs leave, to apprise his numerous tF friends, that he has now on sale, by the latest arri vals, and at the lowest terms ; Gentlemen's and ladies' shoes.. Best London jeanf and drill trowsers Blue coats, black mohair and other stocks Waist, watch, bonnet, and hat ribbons Wadding, scotch, gauze, and foundation muslin Silk and Gingham umbrellas,; night caps Parosals.in great variety, braces,. A large assortment of thread lace and edging White veils, black and white squares. Net for caps, cap crowns, and quilling Black worsted stockings, white cotton ditto Gqntlemnen's .and ladies' black kid gloves CQloured kid, beaver, and woodstock do Best London Needles, hooks and eyes, worsted braids Brown holland, shirtings. Best Londonr Stays, Insection Thread, darning cotton, coloured cotton, &c. Children's dresses in great variety Silk dresses and pelisses, linen checks Waterproof Hats, 21s. brown and white drill Gentlemnen's wad and other drawers Black bo...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE   SATURDAY. SUPREME COURT.-James Francis, was put to the Bar, charged with the wilful murder of James Rouke, at Patrick's Plains, on the 5th of July last. The case arose out of a pugilistic contest, between the prisoner and the deceased respecting an axe. The deceased challenged the prisoner out to fight, which after some hesitation the latter complied with; and after about six or seven rounds, (in the two first of which the prisoner was successively knocked down) the deceased fell, and after having been raised for a few minutes upon his second's knee, he suddenly fell to rise no more! ! ! It was the belief of the witnesses who deposed to this last fact, that deceased died while falling the last time, as he was never seen to struggle in the least, but on sinking to the ground, turned his eyes up in the action of a dying man. His Honour in charging the Jury coincided with Mr. Williams, (who conducted the prosecution in, the absence of the Attorney G...

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ACQUITTAL OF SHEEN. "Pour encourager les autres." [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

ACQUITTAL OF SHEEN "Pour envourager les entree."   A Ball has been given in Rosemary lane, in honour of the law of England, on the occasion of the acquittal of Sheen, who lately cut his child's head off. Proper as this fete in honour of the law was, the scene of it lies so much out of the common track of observation that we should in all probability never have heard of it, had it not been for a little incident, which in a very cha- racteristic manner produced a mention of this gala at the Lambeth street Police office. Sheen, it would appear, felt so penetrated with the beauties of the English law, after having been acquitted of cutting his child's head off, that he threatened an old woman who had given him offence, with some punishment to the same effect. The old woman, seeing the encourage- ment which Sheen had just received from the law, and probably considering that some possible confusion be- tween her baptismal and her reputed name might enable him to operate upon ...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 November 1827

THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1827. WE do not know any thing that has given us more satisfaction, as regards the interests of national justice, than the prosecution, by our new Attorney General, of the Aboriginal Native, for the murder of a quiet, harm- less hut-keeper, in the neighbourhood of Bathurst. We entirely agree with the Chief Justice in the sentiments he delivered in summing up the evidence on the trial of this Black, seeing that the latter was accustomed to receive from the white people civil treatment, and a certain degree of hospitality. Thomas Taylor, of Lake Bathurst, a hut- keeper belonging to Dr. Sherwin, was murdered by the Blacks, in manner differing somewhat to that of poor Geoffrey Connell ; but under circumstances equally un- provoked, and fully as atrocious, save, that poor Connell was not cut up in junks, roasted, and eaten, by Jackey Jackey (the present murderer) ; whereas, all the fleshy parts of poor Taylor's body were cut off, part eaten the...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827

SYDNEY 'MAI.RKTS: ' The Markets still contlnue what they have been for the last two Months-a. mart- for wearariles-not mandibles.. The. ~jnall. sup' i plies. which this: mornihg's market exhibited, were before .eight o'clock 'in the, hands .of notorious xegrfit'rq .l y.the common 'i .l ' id, all kenridiviours to cil ice #h cothnmdt priCde of any merchandize, and. all practices whichhave' an appsrent.ten?"' 'dency thereto, whether by spreading ralse 'urnours, or by pprchcb?? :sing -things. in a market before the ,aecustgoted hour, o. SY avU.YiIusGANDn ELLINO AGAIN rTI. SA&ME.' T'HIN? IN, THE, 5tl! .MARET, or by 'anY other such like deviceas are .P!'NISRHA?L? ut ~f'iLi AND iMPRii noNhENj., e S , erage przice .on q+anaity sold . New-: Wheat, 7s 1Od.--Ol do. Os. per Bushel.--M?Iizp 7s?i S.-Barley P. Od.--ats none,-Fipe Flo'qr;, 16s. 6d. sterll g per 100 lb,.--Second do. .is, dO.--Bread pd ,per ;21b; 0?.u Batter (saht)' 2.' 6.--Fresh 2s. Od.--Eggs '2s. phdoz.a-, Colonial commonl ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827

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