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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
SSUPREME. CRIMINAL COURT, ' W~VDNESDAV.-ienry T'hrelso, William Wood, and Soa muel Smh epherd, were indicted for stealing one Bill of Exchange, of the .value of £1'17. 3ss.. 4d. ;'. and John: /Wilsok,' stood char.ed lfor recedvint ti?? same, knowing' it to be stoten: , The iidictment consisted of twod ounts,. the first of wnich lal4'the property .in -George Streeter and, John Bromley, 'and the secbnd'-t George Streeter. alone. Brumley and: atreeter; were;lsegrvants of :Win. ~ arter, Esq. and. employed by',lim. ais fencers on his farm at Htni?tr's :Ri+,er. :Mr: Cartereaupowered an overseer, Mr. Rowe, to, draw, bills;i or ordersF upbn him, Which he has jd ie frequeptlyj. a i'an the;present"; tý '$inee tie' dr+w 'i e bill of 2' 3: .!?'.4d,: in' fko qur .of the: . Aýneinamned ` iiin. In; then min~ h on f ,Api~i. ~tt ~P , C.aeer Vae at .'evthastily oklda the Quar# osesion r x hioh fi e gtretter .agdti t ls kYeptired Inw order; to, pbtaiin eh: t?d he order: ,*oniltoeye3l?i0 i itt: with St...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
Ci r: MuMeORANkMpr I gRjTYH ENSUING WEEK. n es 5 min ast4.. I SWa'tr,; 5 ia .ast 8 M rii.:50 mii. past 9 Night. s: ., I·S'n sets 6 min. pat?:.t77s'· f HIgh Water,i31) past 19 Mor'i-750 min past 9 Night. -.hWae, 5 mi-pagt10tMorn:,-25 min. past 10 Nt. [ : ;:High Water45 Anil. past 10 Morn.---11 Night. I 'J " Day, lors 1i :..in . .long., , . High Water.J6:mid. past l1 Morn.-35 min. past 'l1 N, > Equation of Tini4.--Sun on tie' meridian of Sydney. S 8 min 13 Isec. befor'e 12mneaii time. S'Coiception B. V. May . S`2nd Sundliy in Advent. HighWater 56 min. past 11.Mrn.- . SI. High Water; 29 mnin. past 10 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Nt SMoon,22-daysol.'. • . ; o aT.ns bP OritIMOMEBTER, &C. '&C. TAKEN AT 7 IN "T-H S o MO ING,t 1Nt'AT.'NOON'4 ANOI;5 ..Ni THfB. EVENING RESPEC • ?i D6AY `'2 ,78-'1.7! ,e,.: .m ,? ...,i.../ 6 : .,? ) 68' l l:.F . ,... WE$DNESDAiýY.i ist' i? 6 i7 .70 1,CIo.udy i II4R8asDAY.. ".., 68 72 '68. Do,. 1lVAY . .:. 64! 70 iOy641 0 Do A.IIAY 66 4,,. " 70 Do. S...
Continuation of News by the John. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
Sloaxtwao ýturan res be' sgge w(hich .is, now oaig on fe en A4t m Pressand 6efJusl e ticepf te Country,. forma ati";~pnp 1t ý x rai i ,our domettic history. moatte, -tst tive: 9 bsesver .miust have. perceived,. in this struggle,s aSpieple part has beeq played by bhief Justict et.t. ",TheC3ourt over which he presides as,, in:,.faat,: m1ben. .eeraly . .selected.. by.; thppe .Ardent tovers of the liberties of .the Press, the. Attorneys, as 'he arena onwbioeb, an their opinion, the struggle could be most benelloIJy'aripied on; . These patriotic gentle men maist, up. dqbt,.have. been greatly moved by t ;e ,tdeit attachutateu$ biclkthp venerable Judge has always imasifested for :tie.-libery.of the Press, and their confi dence in his peculiar iability -tp discriminate impartially bdtween liberty;and .lientiopneesas, very.,elfect has a e?use, and. we- lave no , hesitation .in attributing the tampatative .frequency of .prosecutions for libel in the ao?art of ,Commoan leas, to the,}cnfidence ...
News by the John Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
- ,b z We by te Joowi n , Continuee ordring on d is. ? a etleman det arig alle waynd tenhocock she irO him, but, soul er see ethimur' again t d' bihtbr}, ge31th~rgugh' Hyde-park; i subequ the ak?erbef6 9 pmagistolrate .where. f 5~~Qf t~l ~ ý 9 P' pt. distappe froma tki. rmbelfto .be a medical mnspot, and assignsco .fam g nI. o ~i al, the latter in a tusate o fhis a ttempted , ,:,..Cijtit,6clm relutetance,. b at. lengt~h gave his .prietastio, and wlarin wh beggined to the soldiers of hs 'Iaua. ortb., uronot.,nate gentleman lately rhad Y pdfro?- South a; pne be has faviured, which bad : alrow er ig stor..--bt. The soldiers immediatently to i ydney tot Cocklen Bay, and two pistols on him,ays S oy;sby angeold onest looking, eafaing man,ll. i ce atindtyuceddtas him to Knights e ofrghis trans-. a; The qe estion brought a tear from his eye, iglistencd;on hfischeek, he told me he was on6 e rew ftlhe Roy eelaorge, all the way, that sof he [idag /t 'pithead," 'X I as sitting between decks, i ...
The Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
The Minist. y. IJr is now in our power to announce the final arrange ment of the Administration ; an arrangemept hot invoIs ving any change or alteration from that which., wss originally decided upon when the Marquis of Lan'sdown and his friends agreed to join Mr. Canning's Goveii? ment, but simply that fulfilment of it which particular circumstances bad hitherto prevented. His Grace the Duke of -Portland resigns the office of Privy Seal,.but retains his seat in the Cabinet. There are several, pre cedents for this proceeding. It will be sulqgier3t to name a recent one--that of Lord Sidmouth. Lord Car-. lisle leaves the Woods and l'orests, and succeeds the, Duke of Portland as Loo' Privy Seal. Mr. Sturges Bourne succeeds Lord Catlisle as'first Commissioner of Woods and Forests, keeping his seat in the Cabinet.. The Marquis;of Lanidowan ucceeds Ni. Sturges Bourne as secrethry of -State for the Hoome :Departmett. Vis count Dudley and Ward remains at the, Foreign Office;. and, consequen...
THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
!ON tA EVENING DECEMBER s,, 1827. an &So4(ilsaervants of the householder tame and s¢rd, ra ".p ..no hi , Si., didst ,ot, thou sow good seed in ith t,;i ,:-.,, fe?9.?fromwencee then hat/h it tares PIle said i ., -. unto lticm, an.eememy liath done this. ExcaB?r,upon. one unhappy occasion, we never re member the town. being thrown into. such agitation .as jtiws on Friday,. and Saturday, by 'a. report, that our worthy and universally respected Sheriff had been either pspended, . or that his ,serices would be dispensed Si'h at,the. close of. .the year. :,This re "ort created ad itional interest and surprise, when it. was added, that poctor .ouglass alo,. the 'partticilar .ftiendiof General Darling, (at least such. is the generif i~it4lin) was like ise suspended or dismissed ' WE believe the real .circumstances will turn out to be.: these., At the meetinpf? free Colonists in a public assembly, by the reqgnsitop f 'the Sheriff, on the 26th of .Ja.uary last, Mr.. Veptworth,, in .'i...
The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. By the Author of "Waverley." (Examnier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
The Li e of Napoleon Bonaparte. By the Autrhor of " Waverley." (E&amnier.) W: &,arIa magic may be connected with theq ame of. Sir Walter Scott in his own peculiar field, we su.-, pect that no small number of observant peooile have doubted his able accomplishment of a Li.e of 4 poleon Bonaparte. That he might supply masterly spgoimes of an mated description,. as well as ehibit a pottioa of iisbooyancy and spirit,. in the conveyane of pQints or character, was taken for grantred but arioss cIrctdm stances have tended t?j moderiste expectation as'i ~grds general execution. In the first place, without asduming the truth of the dull maxim, that a luxuriant imazgi nawion is. necessarily jinceapable of dealing judicious 7 with matters of fact, various ita es have tended: to oreate an opinion, that Sir Waltdr Scott was better able to describe effects, than to tri-e causes, and 'mote; at home in specifying results, than accounting for them. Pairticularly distinguished from his...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
.--.-S9 PITT &TREET.- ... MEFAtkkAlD feig o a jijiiie 4ls numerous i friends, that he has now on sale, by the latest arri vals, and at the lowest terms i entlemen's and ladies' ahoes est Lbondon, riaB h3d'lfilt trdv~erit ' lye coats, tilacl mohar aiik otoc stick Waist, watchli, bonnet, andihat ribions Wadding, scotch gauze, and foundation muslin jik and Gingham umbrellas, night caps arosals in great.variety, braces, ............. .. _ as assortment- of ithread Lae. an eI White veils, black 'and whitre squares. t.T N~t 'for caps, cap crowns, and quilling . " ... Black worsted stockings, white cotton ditto Gentlemen's an?d.lidie, black b l d .g ~ik "oloured kid, beavetr and w'oodstockid :; i'!'r: Best. London Needles, biooks and eyes, wdrsted,braid'.. • Brown holland,:shirtinlgs . i .?..? ) ,-- " - Best London Stays, J?section . r .. ,' " thread; darning cotton, coloured cotton, &e." Children's dresses in great variety . :?, " silk.dresses and pelisses, linenachecks i'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
CHANI~IER. , I'.IS celebrated Chesnut Coach-Horse, who, for size, I. symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co tony, will stand this Season at the places and on the days ?,peefi6ed below--Viz.. ' ,.At Mr. Deane's, Western Road, on Mondays. Mr. James.Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and S"Mr.. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor, Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smiallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. .t IMr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. Ai?Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. f rms--Ten. Dollars each Mare, and 'one Dolla to the ' YOUNG HECTOR. i. c?e elebrated Horse wili stand during t e ?qg op i L atthc undermentioned places : vli. ;:F. John Patrick's, Campbell Town. : r;. Thomas Colloghan's, Liverpool. d Mr. Simuel Blackman's, Cobherty. " Mr. Matthew Highland's, Prospect. Mr. Callaghan's, Appin ' Young Hector was formerly the property of Mr. Sa. iruel Blackman, bnt now 'belongs to Mr. Collughan. He was got by that well-known Blood Horse Hector .wt of a th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
~Rt "49iAMAL; ton "$atur ay,.t 4e.. 5 , dyqf";- a L. ce?, ? er v-neta, at, the,. Residence of .Mr. .,Love,in YorlksJre t, , byQrdgr,o . thef IE Trustees, of ,the Children. . : tjhe'late: Mr., Croakeri. ,," , A. quantity of .VALU.A)LE HOUSE HOLD FUR N~ýIT JRE ; coomprisiung. chairs, dining- and .Pembroke able s, sodas, chep~t of, drawers, .dressing glasses, fiour ;iost bedsteids; , and, various other -useful household articles. ,Terms, prompt payment in;Sterling money, or Dollars at,4s. 44. each. . Mais. :LovE takes this opportunity of returning her 'baqks..to the Parents and Guardians of the, ladies en r.rusted to .her. care, and of informing them, that her Vacation will commence on 20th. December next, and ;hat she intends removing her Establishment to her Country Residenee at..Concord; a' very healthy and leasantly ,situaed..part of the country,, within 8 miles yof Sydney, wheFe' she will limit her number of Pupils to Twelve, and be prepared to receive them on the' th. dayy of Jan...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 December 1827
. Ar?tils:.--On Fr iday, the Govetnirnent Barque Lucy Anne. from Western.Port 25th. ult. ' On Saturday the Brig Lorao Rodn?y from Vag I)iemnan's Land, with Potar,.toes, Rum,.aui. Sheep This Morning, the Louisa with. 9A Female Prison r from London". - Depitrtures.--None: Prjeqted. Departures.--The Mlardeira Packet for the -Mau ritius;:,.an: Yednesday next,. and Currency Lass, for .Por Dalrvymple to-mnorrow, ; . : : , Remain, in Harbour, with H. Ship Pandora, Ships, Medway Orelia, John, Frederick; Eliza, P.rince Regent, pheliemnia, ,Ma d4TPa iackef, Elizabeth,' Elizabi th 'Wateirleo. and Louiisda, Brigd ' Governor Phillips, ?Anity, oiortlltrlk, Perseverance, Mlary, Bone Vista, andLord Rodney.-Schooners.-Alligator, Hunter, Prbnc_ Regent, Isabella, Prince of :Denmark, Waterloo, and Governo, Arthur. Cutters.--rDdrt, (4eijenu) Lord Liverpool, Emma Kemp and Ltambton. Sloop -=Fly.- arque, Lucy ',ine.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Longbottom, Nov. 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
To TIIE EDITOR OP TUIF MoNITOR. Lengbottonm, Nov. 28, 1827. SIR, TI aoutr; the channel of your paper I wish to give publicity to the following facts. Having had occa sion last night to go very near the Government Establish inent, I was informed that the Constable stationed here was .known to be in the habit of lending his Fire Arms and Staves to several prisoners attached to the neighbouring Gangs; thus affording every facility to the nocturnal marauder of committing his depredations unchecked. There is such a direct violation of duty, and breach of faith towards the public, evinced by this conduct, that it demands inquiry. I am, Sir, Your most obedient Servant. A SUBSCRIBER.
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold : New Wheat 6s. 9d.-Old do. 7s. per Bushel.-Maige .6s. 10d -Barley Os. Od.-Oats 5s. 3d.--Fine Flour, 16s. 6d. sterling per 100 Ibs.-Second do. 14s. 6d.-Bread 5d per 21b..Loaf. Batter (salt) 2s. 6d.--Fresh 2s. 9d.-Eggs Is. 9d per doz.-- Colonial common Cheese is. 3d.-Fowls 3s. 6d. per couple. -Ducks 5s.-Geese 7s. Od. each.-Turkies 18s.--Turnips 41d. per bunch.--Carrots Od--Onions bd. per.lb.--Pota. toes (colonial) 16s. per cwt.-Beef per lb..by the quarter, 41d by the Joint 6d.--Mutton 7d.--Pork 8d..--Veal 8d Lemons Is. per doz.-Oranigs 2s. 6d.--Apricqts 2a. 6d. Applcs 6d.--Hay £.11 per ton. 1VIERCHANDIZE. Hyson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.-Comimon Green Tea £5. very superior £7. -Sugar Isle of France. 4&d. Tobacco per'Basket 3s. 9d.-Negrohea4 8s.--English Soap per box b5d.-Braldy (very sctrce) 2Qs.T-ltum (per C Gnl lon) 17p. 6d.---Qin 20s.--White wine per pipe £18. or 4s. per Gallon--Red Wine unsaleable 2s. 6d. Rice, 32s; 6d. p...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
00 : MUMoRANSux of x i8UtNo wxgt. E* Hh. We past 8 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Night. S iSunsets 6 mn. past' 7. ' 'Hilgh Water, 30 past 9 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Night. H High Water, 5 min. past 10 Morn.-25 min. past 10 Nt. SHigh Water 45 min. past 10 Morn.-11 Night. Day 14 hours. 11 min. long. 7 High Water 16 min. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 N, Equ Eation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney. 8 min., 13 sec. before 12 mean time. Conception B. V. Mary. ? ' I nd Sunday in Advent. m ý HighWater 56 min. past 11 Morn. p6 o High Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Nt i Moon. 22 days old. VARIATIONS OP THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MdRNING, 12" AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENIlNG RESPEC TIVELY.. MONDAY *........ 62 78 70 Fine TUESDAY ........ 68 76 68 Fine. WEDNESDAY.....:. 66 74 70 Cloudy THURSDAY ...... 68 72 68 Do. RIDAY ......... 64 70 64 I Do. SATULDAY ........ 66 74 70 Do. SUNiDA '......... 70 f 80 70 Cloudy with Thunder
Campbell Town, Nov. 27, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
Campbell Town, Nov. 27, 1827. To THE EDITOR OF T'HE MONITOR SIR, IF the Campbell Town Gentlemart in the Cort. ner, will step into the middle of the room, so that we may see what sort of a. thing he is, he shall have aRreply to his false and disloyal assertions, as published in your last. I have the honour to be, Sir, " Your most obedient S. rvant, Q, AivOT IN THE CORNER.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
DOMESTICG INTELLIGENCE-1 . WiE are glad to learri from a correspondent at. Port! Macquarie, ithat since the American shin, beef dispensation has been exploded, the, provisions of the Irisoners there have been. of : a better quality. Cause of complaint however still exists wvithI rgard to' the rmanner in which the clothing is distributed, uud, ~ts possibly, the unfortunatermen, there dare not, individuallyi mlake a complaint for fear of.the consequences, we hope that this- paragraph may meet th. eyes of Govt. and the evil be remedied. NEW South Wvales we We? eie is- lik elpyto' become quite a literary Colony.> In iddition to the elder perio dital, the South-Asian Register,;" eted by D't. Oldfield, we see: advertised to -be published: on'the st,t of January next, No. 1. of The Australian Qoartely Jotirnal.. OThese two quarterly publications in addition to Dr.:Lang's Australian Magazine to be published: monthly, will we trust, raise the Colony in the estimation ofthlie British Publi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
FRANCE.-;-ihe news of the death of Mr. Canning reached Paris in the short space of eight 'hours after the event. It produced, in the first- pl$ce, a great.stir on the Stock Exchange ; and though this has stbsided, the public excitement on the subject has been kept up by a number of interesting articles in' the journals. Of these, we sUbjoitrone from the Morliteur, on account of the extensive speculation which it embraces, and the demi-official character of the organ. The others.are still more complimentary to the deceased Mlinister. The Ultra paper, the Quotidienne, remarks; " his aib sence will leave a mighty void ;" and a letter writtenr by Charles Dupin, Member of the 'Institute, takes a comprehensive view of that void. "Mr. Canning,' says M. Dupin, " has rendered himself the benefactor of mankind." He'shows that his loss will be equally mourned in South America, in Greece, and' in Portu gal-in a word, that " all nations will beivtil" his. death. He proposes that there should be-...
News by the Louisa Continued. FUNERAL OF MR. CANNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827
. ý o ýd . the .g g a E ;olTIWRea. *iari.? Q Th hdrdaymnluing,: the belL of Westminster AmL y. hegimfiaggto toll a?htk?aded~ tie approach of the rbarbwhb the dihs of Mu. ..ankira to. be,con-" siglhed to thaeamb .Alltooug~r ups't eleven.o'clock no, outtnil p?hpaation.i for tih e?remonn wei.eaanatifeated, vast numbers of persons were congregated in the streets ia ii; All o he ouses -in Parliament-street had' oS.;roý.. after eleven o'clock, two mutes, dressed in thQ us.ua4 manner, with scarfs,. sashes, and wands, were stationed at the doors of the Foreign Office ; and others of. the .Updertaker's men were now-busily engaged in' "iuTribg thie - eoessai- arrrangements. About twelve o'bkcIk the .fist moutnitg coach dove up to the dboto; aid .ftr 'htti ppiod those Who were ta jin itri the pro cess?ii. auritd att itiervidb. ' The ot*Wd' tio began to Sinci'ase; Aid' it required thei aetitfi Assitatlie of the MoIna' tb 'effect a passage ibr the carriagek. A few minutes before one o'clock, thi...