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Market (Currency) Prices, from the Sy[?] Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

M ark.S (CU rvenIeJ/) P ric~erfrom L. s Gazette. Wiuu.petr bs.. U * E1u:'s ......* s 6 Maizc, do ....g 0 6 Fowls, per pairs " Parley, do....@ 0 Gese, do.... 0 9 P Potatoe curt. .0 0 0 Turkie.,do. ..0 t I Blutter, per 110. 0 3 0 Flay, per torn.. S 0 Eges, per&aa. . S aBtra, leor dSea"

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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IMPROM[?] On reading a [?] effasion signed Australaslaticus, in the Sydney Gazette, misrepresenting she political sentiments of the Australian youth who consider themselves neglected and deprived of their Birthrights by the Parent State. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

"- " IMPRcOMtT ?a twit " doggrel rlufem rigard Auetr~alastt eus, mt the Bydney Gasette, mlrreprmesentng the potitical sentiments of the ?ustraliar, youth who conridce themselves neglected and deprlved of their lart&rigAts by the Parent State. DBehld young " Austral-assi-es'' Whose muse, a flintless arquebuse, Gives fire per force of matches; But no poetic spark appears, Good reason why-his lengthea'd esue 'Conflae it under hatches I "?r.spir'dby office and high pay, ds, upstart Abbot, scribe, they lay, Our Bard, on hack most filthy ; Canter'd off, (not to Parnasssus) Ia quest of other Austral asses TIo bray, " Smith 1I100 is guilty ! !'. Ilia senseless, dull, vile doggrel lay Procures him land, increase of pay, A dinner card, Extents preventell: But can't persuade his brethren dear, - W/ho live on " Iominy" half the year. They're loyal or contented ! His notel, still harsh, with discord thrill,. To gain more grass and fair Macquill, The rich Australian Heiress ; 'With loge-i...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

STEntLJuG 1'RICIS OF 1URt.-. IMU $ N I)ixoa. .......... .... 3.. I U., COGpCe .......... .. 6 3 . Barker a3 DarlingiUa ...... 1 35 3 V~·· mIP :

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Hints to Sydney Merchants and Shop-hsepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

Hints to .ydney Merchantl and Shop-hkeper:. Couta o KINrsG's 13Bisn. --SATUnDAY' (London Sittings before Lord Tenterden and Special J uries.) FiSLLOWES V. WtILLIAMS. Mr. Campbell stated that this was an action to recover the amount of damages sustained by the plaintiff Iby giving credit to a person of the name of Duffey. upon a representation made by the defendant, that Duffey was a man in good and solvent circumstances, when he knew that he was not. The defendant repre sented, in June, 1827. that Duffey had a large capital in business which was not all his own, but that he believed Dulrey to be worth 2,0001. after payment of all his debts. The defendant was a silk-manufacturer at Coventry, and Dufiey had been in partnership with him. In December, 1825, the partnership wa: di. solved and at that tune Duffey was in. debted to the defendant in a surm of £.1,250, for which he gave a bond to the defendant, Duffey then. was worth nothing, and the defendant had no reason to think, at the ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

Obfbppi'ng ntflW u cc* 4&ri~vii--On Saiuºday, the Ionia fromt HIt.ari Town. Cargo, wheat ead sundrieaa Sunday, tae *iertty f. om ]?.s f alryrkplu. C.rgo, wheat mn4 woc. Samte day, the. Covern:r PAillip from Nor folk Island, in ballast. Pasoengers, Dr. Stevens and Mt, inefo t. Oz Manday,tlhe drAo ferm RN bart To;re. Geieral cargo. On Tuesday, ti. U r:er. from ra ondon the l(th of Mareh, I11 male prisoners, S.' rgeon Stzcriutendent, Dr. Sccdsir, a. N. ;'assengere. Col. Juuxaesq audd Lady. On \Vadneaday, thin I'.ksi. from L!ver pool. General r~a;,3. L tc,:,urer-On Friday, tie I nr t KAermp for Newv Zeamand, aui Iniusery far Nareastl·e; oa Satorday, the Wgaeidarh for Lar whale fishebry as. Sundrary, the Mary for Liverpool; on Monday,=tie. 4Ifre. for Lcad:,c, tie LorJ IAro-poo, for Newt... tlt, and Pjrtictrr tar London -via Hobart Town. ?rojec:re flaortura--Tbe Grorgiann. f'r 11nm bay v'ia Hobanrt Tawn, eal Iiuo~luti.* fur Port Dr&rgr~fie, the 12th instartt; the Mert' E£j...

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

7-'-m- Extract from the Colonial Times of the o20th. June. Van Diemen's Land. SWe hasten to communicate to our rea. tiders the important fact, that a Mercantile House of great respectability in Hlobart Town has received letters from England, stating, that in consequence of some of the exhorbitant Bills of Costs of pro. ceedings in the. Supreme Court, for the re covery of debts, being laid before Sir 'George Murray, he has directed that an Act he passed by the New Council, to extend the Jurisdiction of our Court of Requests to the amonnt of £30. We consider this a mntter of the greatest importance to the whole Colony. Hitherto, if any poor Settler owing but £?12- or £15, suffered himself to be sued for the amount, the expensive proceedings in the superior Court, in running him to judgment and Execution, immediate'y destroyed him. Many have been ruined and left houseless from this cause. By this happy aiteration there will be but a few shillings expence added to the original debt, and...

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

ehen we were eclooa-boy a at Leice ter, we remember seeing a play, which dtlbhteld us beyond measure. It was called .' Wives as they were and Maids as they are." The Governor's reply sug gests to us a like antithesis, namely ..Rteplies as they are, and Replies as they should be." The Governor's reply as set forth in a former column is sne of the for mer. A reply as it should be, we shall now andeavour to indite, following that of Ge neral Darling in its subject-matter, and in the order of its contents. TAE REPLY CF HIS EXCELLENCY CO VERNOR DARLING, .dA IT 5H*IULD BE. To such of the Landed Proprietors ana fMerchants of KNew SUuth Wales, as haUe done me the honor of an Address. GIXTLEMIIf," have received, with sentiments of sineere st tsfaction, the address which you have done me thihonor to present to me. The public expres lioftheseti of the sethionts of the independent Landed Proprietors and Merchants of this impor:aut Colony, could not fail to be as gratifying to rae, as it is koro...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

ETX!CVrTro.-- On Monday morning the following criminals were executed at the new drop in the Ganol-yard, George Street, s pursuant to their respective sentences. t namely, George Groves and James ?Ml'Colrille c for bushranging felonies, William Pitts, t John Salt, and Richard Peacock, for the same sort of crimes, and John Neilson, a lad 18 years of age, for burglary. The N whole six conducted themselves with the I greatest decorum. Pitts, Salt, and Pea- . cock, were Protestants, and Groves, M'Col- I rille, and Neilson were Catholics. Neiluon t was a youth, of a noble countenance and F presence. We have always admired the I Grecian costume, which leaves the neclk.(in lieu of being muffled and stuffed, according I to our modern fashion) bare; when this a yo ng man therefore stood erect (he was e above six feet) with his shirt collar down, r we should have taken him ratherfor some ( young nobleman-some modern HIotspur a about to be beheaded for high treason-- ( than a poor Irish convic...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. FIRE AT YORK MINSTER. [Letter to the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. FIRE AT YORK MINSTER. [LItter t: IAe Editor of the Yorkshire Qa ete.j Frn. 2,-I'sit down with feelings which you may imagine, but which mock ?escription, to give you the earliest inti mation of a calamity the most awful and the most unlooked for, that could possibly have occurred; it is no less than the total destruction of the interior of York M inster, including the noble organ, froti the lan tern tower to the great east window, by fire. A detailed account of this mysterious affair--for mysterious it is-I cannot pre tend to give, but a few brief and authentic particulars, as far as they go, wil not, perhaps, be unacceptable. The fire was discovered, I uuderstand, by one of the vergers, about seven o'clock this nlorning. An alarm waa given, which soon collected a few of the residents in the immediate neighbourhood to the spots A gewnIleman who was one of the first that arrived, in forn?s me that at this moment the fire was raging on the south side of the choir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

UST received by the Undersigned, a case of Silk and Worsted Trimmings of the latest patterns for bed furniture, worsted and cotton cord of colours for Window blinds, white and coloured fringe, couch and carpet binding, sup. rb bell pulis pulls compllete, bell cord, &c. &c. &c. J. SIMMONS. Jerusalem IJ'arthouse, t George Street. DOG STOLEN. STOLEN from my residence on Sun day last, a handsome Spaniel Ditch ; colour brown and white; brought to the Calony in the ship Georgtana; is in very poor condition and spotted with tar. Stolen also at the same time and from the same place, four fowls. Any person detaining the dog after this notice, will be prosecuted. ROSS D.J. BAILEY. 14 Prince Street. LORD begs leave to informs his o Friends and the Public- that be has for sale, at reduced prices, all kinds of manufactured leather, as well as his own manufactures of cloth, blankets. &e. in cluding matrasses; also ta general as sortment of European and Indian goods...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 11, 1829. (Con[?]isued from our last, page 2, column 4) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

SATURDAT AFTIERNOON, .'U LY 12, 1219. (Ceniinewedfrom our irtf, page 2, column 4) '" 1uut not only is the qurety, but the guanttiy ikewisa, made the subject of abaurd complaint, it is said that Melville loland oaring been aban ioned;, " seventy tone are a seven years' supply." tI is a pity this busy-body does not confine his ealciaations to his own affairs, or to such public transactions as -ho understanda. What does he know ubout the wants of :ho Coxumirsarixt, and the sonsumption of the establishments ? Hoe s as ignoarnt as a goons. The expenditure of salt pork for the preceding year was 1'3,3521be. equal to 9i toas ; but in consequence of the abandonment ct %ce station at Rates' Bay, only 65 tone were -'rs year purchaset of the f5 tons tondered." Ca this paragraph we have rrerely to esaLe, that 173,352 lbe of pork, is equal to a years' supply for a thousand men, or a seven years' supply for 143 men. Let those who wish to go into atate secrel;, cacniate bhow many troops and survey...

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(We insert the following for the amusement of our Country readers; we hope our Town friends will excuse its insertion, seeing it has already made its appearance in The Australian.) ORIGINAL DOGGREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

(IT' iuert the following for tIA amuºnmenl of eur Country readers; swe hope our Town farends will emcuse its insertion, seeing it A.s already made its 4Ppearance in The Australian.) ORIGINAL DOGGREL. Illustrious Sir ! I pray, with pity Attend my doleful, doggrel dhuty ; E# Careerit ad fores pessimi, Pronounce the magic-" Open Sesame !" " I can't get out !-I can't get out !" Complain'd Sterne's captive starling : So now complain two patriots stout ; ' iWe can't get out,-my darling ! For twelve long months is thi* conln'd By law-(to Judges knotty) While linger three dull months behin4 For writing tosses of" C**eyil" Iut that,f whose editorial buds To promis'd fruits were shooting, Is cag'd for dabbling in the Sudds ; A dang'rous question mooting ! For, Ile of soldiers' wrongs complain'd, Of consequences reckless ; And told, how iron collars gain'd The name of" D0°*e5e's necklace !' HIard was his doom ! Si? months immus.'d From spouse, and infant sunder'd; With ine, and sureties twice ...

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NEWS BY THE WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

NEWS i BY THE WATiRLCO. Papers to the 12th March inclusive, have come to our hand, but never were Journals more insipid. The Catholic bill entirely fills..them. The Catholie Asso eliation is put down, and the forty-shilling freeholders also. None but freeholders of £10 can vote for the members for Ireland. As a set-off, the new bill i. all the Catho. lice could wish. By its enlightened and most just provisions, persons professing the Roman religion, will be eligible in fu ture to serve as Members of both Houses of Parliament, as Judges, as King's Privy Councilmen, as Sheriffs of Counqties, as Mayors and Aldermen of Corporations, as Justices of the Peace, as Voters at elections of Members of Parliament ; to fill the highest offices in the Army and Navy; fto wear their canonicals in public, and to have towers and steeples (and bells ii them) to their places of worship: Russia and Turkey have not resumed hostilities, nor were likely. We have gleaned a few extracts from such corners of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

NEW ADV ERTISEM T1177 OF THlIS WVEEDi . WANTS A SITUATION, S an Overseer of a farm, a person lately arrived from England, who has been bred to farming all his life. En quire rt tihe Monitor Office. PUBLIC SALE. IN addition to the'goods advertized for Sale on Tuesday next 14th Inst., by 11r. S. Lyons. there will be offerecd a few jieces of prints, cbeck'd Verona handkcr ibitfs, and other manufactures. Wd DAWES,o .itt tSyeot. Sydney, 10oth. July 6?,9. 0t Government Orders, Aotices, 4.c 10 TUESDAY'S, TliU1ItDAYS', AND THIS DAY'S GAZETIt'. Governmena Notice dated 9th inst., authorising proprietors of warehoiuses, n which spirits and tobacco are bonded, to charge rent at CstLain rates. Ditto dated 8th instant, J. Donovan, J. Dignum, and-l. Baxter, to be Constables. Ditto dated 4th instant, G. Innes Etq., appointed as Commissioner of Crown lands, Pitto dated the 10th instant, 37 tickets of leave granted. Conmmissariut Notice dated 8th instant, tender for aserm oil. Sherats' Notices. Campb...

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 July 1829

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUNE. (Bly A C(nfneSPO'nDNT.) '" From the commencement of the month to the end thereof; the weather upon the whole has proved very satisactory; although the quantity of rain which has fallen has not been very abundant, yet it has contributed much to the improvement of the young wheats, and they are now, we are glad to say, generally looking well. Should   we experience similar weather for a month or two longer, our fears for another season of dearth will be nearly re- moved. During the whole of the month we have nevertheless experienced the most variable weather imaginable, and., perhaps there never was in the same pe riod of time, such extremes of heat and cold felt. During the last thirty days wve have experienced all the four seasons. Towards the middle of tie month, one   or two days were uncommonly hot and sultry, and even during the night the heat continued ; a day or two preceding, and all the following day, we had severe hoar...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

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ORIGINAL DOGGREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

ORIGINAL DOGGREL. Illustrious Sir !.I pray, wLhh pity Attend mny doledul, doggrel d:tty ; i?t Cnrce.ria adf~rrc. pess.imti, 'I'rononnce the magic--" Open Sesame !" " I can't gAt.out ! -1 can't get out !" '; C iplxin'id Ste ne's captive.Ftarling i no r.w complain tro patriots stoout; 1" I can' t get ut,--nmy darling ! :or twelve long monthsi i i.'i3 confin'd 13v. Itw-fto .1udges knotty) While linger thre dtlill months behind por writin, tt'*,. of" C'~'*y!" Suht that,,*t wiose editorial bIuds ' To:prnmis'd frnuiti'ere shotin~ . lR cag'd for. daLbin/g in ltheSurid ; " A dnno'ro'us question mooting! :Foi He of soldiers' wrongs eomplain'd, ' Of cnnecrquenees reckless; .And tnld, .hop.ron collrars gain'd " The na.ue of i D' 5 "'"s neclace I:' Itard was his dooml Six months immur'd, Front spnrtis, and infant stunder'd; ,VWithi fine, and sureties twiee ensdr'd; ,A ile mercy' wept-iand wacnder d ! If cells and f:lias be thus impos'd, Sor d iiuhift'l deeds ilecrving, ''Twere better f:tr, the ...

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CRAZY KATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

CRAZY KATE: There often Wanders one, whose better dlays Saw lbtter dli ; in cloak of satin triunn'd "Vith lace, and hat with splendi 1 ri'obndbound. A ecrvirg maid was she, nnd'fell in love With one who left her, went to sea, and died. 3Hei- fancy followed hini through foaming waves. To distant shores, and she would sit und weep At what a sailor rseTers. Fancy too, Delusire most where wishes a e, ' Would'oft anticipate his glad return, And dream of trnnsport 'she was not to know. She heard the doleful tidings of'hf' death.. 'And.never smiled agaid. And n )w. ihe roams, SMong dredry wastes and spends tihe live-long day; 'And there, unless when chdrity forbids, The live-lunng night. A tattel'd apron hides, Worn ns a cloak, and hardlylhides, a gown rMfor t~terrd still.; and both bhat ill conceal A bosbm heav'd with never ceasing sighs.. She begs nn idle pin'of all she meet3, - Ard ai hards them in her sleeves; but needful food, 'Tho p:ressed with hungeroft, or comelier clothes, "Tho' p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

EIxlract from the Colonial Times of AQ' 20th. June. Ian Diemen's Land. , u We hasten to communicate to our rem ders the important fact, that a Mercantil House of great respectability in Hobait 'Town has received letters from Englandi. stating, that in consequence of some' of. the exhorbitant Bills of Costs of pr.! ceedings in the Supreme Court, for the re: covery of debts, being laid before Si. George Murray, he has directed that an' Act be passed by the New Council, to extend the Jurisdiction of our Court 6f Requests to the amonnt of £30. We consider this a matter of ithe greatest importance to the whole-Colony. Hitherto, if 'ny poor Settler owing but £ 12 or £15, suffered himself to be sued fur the amount, the~ expensive proceedings in the superior" Court, in running" him to judgment ande Executioh, immediate'y destroyed hiti? Many have been ruined-and left houseless' from this cause. By. this hnppy alteration there will be but a few shillings. expenree added to the original debt,...

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(HIS EXCELLENCY'S REPLY.) To the Lanord Proprietors and Marohaets of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

(IHIS EXCELLENCY'S REIPLY.) To e?e Landed Proprietors and MueroA'a tf N ew South WVale.a I have received, with centiments of seietr eatisfaction, the Address which you have dones me the honour to present to me. The publio expression of the sentiments of the indepesa dent Landed Proprietors and Merchants of this important Colony, could not fail to be us gratifying to me as it is honourable to the fo9.l Inc which has dictated it on their part. The Press has undoubtedly indulged itself to a most licentious and criminal extent, in its endeavours to degrade the Govprnment, and excite public discontent. None but the i.g norant, hlowever, the alonves of popular elamour have beeri deceived by the specious garb-" tie freedom 'of discesion"-which these wrritere have rssumed. They are now naking atone ment to the Injured laws of the country, and justice is satisfied" It is, I confess, Gentlemen, very gratify~il to me, that persons of your character and sto timation, the most extensive Land-hol...

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