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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

b ipp tný' *n itl~li eý.~ Arr lt l-0- tatutd*v, t11 loess tfrm foioat Towt. Cargo. what and sundrica. Sunday.1 ab Hexr'j t:om 1's llalryniple. Kargo, wbhear acs wool. Sanre fa, the (7otern:. PFalhp from N. - 'olk laland, :n Ballast. Pasaengrrs, Dr. Staweis r.nd Mr. Tainet. O:: Monday, the Ar.a (rem Ma bart ''o- n. GslereI csrgra. U n Tueacay,' th. Wateriao trcm Landon the 14th t March, II) ,alt 'riaonori. S:rgeon Sutrrintezadant. Dlr. acýtsir, iL. N; Paarngare, C.1.' l)umareaq i5 Lady. C.lo WSneaday, the V.(ans from Liwar ý'.Gt.ie'al cargo. d)eplavvre:-OU Frsay. t':e Emn..a emlp for ;Ic, Zac.lanc, and Iniauwtr' fir Newlaatl.; ga Sztt:rday. the tWroadler? tot t'.:e what fie ber ; sa Sunlay. the Mfary' for Liverponl ; on Monday, thi Al/red fo, Loadirn, the ~rci f ALerp.*l [or Nsweae . t~r, and PyrarouJ for London yia llobart Towui. Proj.aied I;.pui+trer-'ITn Gucqgoanna f'r Lietx ba.y vs IXcbar; Tow:t, ar' J tuiuu.un for Pcrt lLryn~~p:~r. the :l1t ias.:tn the Varry EiJa.iri i" i'or: $a...

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Patricks' Plains, Hunters' River, June 12, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

PaFrics' aPlaisi HNtrniers)?iver, June 12, 1829.. TO THE EDiTOR OF THIE SYDNEY MONITOR. ~Enclosed is the amount of my half year's subscription to your useful and indepen. dent Paper, (li (T6. stg.) from 1st January to 30th June inclusive, and I beg-you will send me a printed receipt for the same. Itf you could conveniently rend me the "Moni. tor" of the 17th of February, wherein men. tion is made of - and -- , and also the several Papers from 1st January; to date of commencing suhbscription, you will much oblige me, as I wish to send home a regular set for the half. year. Receive my hearty thanks for the iknd snr. vices you are ever ready to render the Rev Mr. Therry, the much beloved Priest of the Catholic Colonists; often have I read with gratitude and delight in your Paper, the welli merited enconiums bestowed on. him by you. Indeed I have found you to be' the' ndvooate of the JuaT cause, howsoever weak its sub. jects, or of whatever cluass..religion, or poli. ties they may be of...

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

S Ien we were echo-uayO a t.LeiCe - asr, we remember seeing. a play, whic deli h?te is beyond measure. It w?a. ,alled Wives as they were and Maids as they are.:" The Governor's reply sug gests to us a like antithesis, narnely- * Replies as they are, and Replies as they shoald be." The Governor's-reply as set forth in a former columc: is one of the for; er,. A reply as it should be, we ,hall now ondoavour to indite, folloýring that of Gt`e neral Darling in its subject-matter s..id in the order qf ito eorntent. . TIlE REPLY OF HIS EXCELLENCY CO VERNOl I)ARLINg, A4 IT 'HGIULfl BE. To such of the L.ndcdl"Proprietors and Merchants of New1 South Wales, as hive done me tihe honor of a»n Address. GarT Lasu r, Ikare received, with sentimerrts of sincere sº tdsfaties, the adcdress which you have fore me the honor to present to me. 'TLe patlic expres sioa of the sentimsr.ts of the independent Landed Freprietors and Merchants of. this impor?ant Colony, could rot fail to be as gratifyi::g to n.e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

NFW AF TI3MIS W1;EL, WAN'TS A SITUATION, a 5n Oercseor of a farm, a person lately errih'd 'frorn England; who has been bred t. f 'Linin^ all his bfo, l n quira at the'Monitor Ofice. PU I3LIC :8ALE, TN addition to tho 'oods cdvertised for iBale on Tucsdny next .l4th lust,, by :sr. S. Lyons, there wilt beoftred a few ,icces of prints, cliegk'd V'oronn.bandkcr 'lsdcfe, and pthcr tinnufeoetsre.. w . DA~rWES; Z'ftb freltcit._ Sydney, bIb.1 JYvIy I8?ý _ ' . Gu.arnme.nt Orders, 1-;tices, '-c.. L l)-T)SUDAY'S,THURSDAY'': AND THIS DA Y'S GAZETIE.A' O~ivrnnl,0t Wotfic dated 9th inst., authorising prdpnrietors of warehouses, in which spirits and tobacco are Londed, to charge rentat certain rates. Ditto dated Bh instant, J. Donovan, J. Dignram, and ' .'Hai?er, to be Constables. 'iDate dated 4th instant, G. Innes.Eq., appointed as Commissioner of Crown lands. Ditte dated the 10th iuvtant, 37 tickets of lease granted. ' CQEmJ*iuaria1 .'olic dated I5th instant, tends:. for -pertn oil. Sherfjs' Not...

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Wilberforce, June 30th, 1829. TO AUSTRALASIATICUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

- 1ilbeeforce, June 80th, 1829, To AusTR.?ASIATICUS. Smr, Having read with astonishment your poe. tical effusion, which I consider a gross mis representation of the feelings and sentiments of your countrymen (as you designate the Colonial youth), I bhc in the most unqualified terms,.to deny the truth of your statement relative to tIe alleged attachment of myself and a large circle of native friends to the pre sent sy'stem of the British Governmelit in this Colony. So long n you enjoyv the sunlhine of Court favour, and can strut up th fine gra vel walks to.place and pension, yotu may be excused for your avowed attachment to the present dvynasty; hut it is assumiing an unwar rantable "liberty to assert as you have done, that the native.born voung men of this Colony are satisfied with the present state of thiogs. There was a time when our Australian youth might beast of the equity and the bounty of the British Government; nor do they- despair of seeing a return of those happy days--but...

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

'° Ctptaift Dillon wtaý raceivecl at JTUng Chbalse I Court. to hii henidt' content. He received the reward 'ot erred in 179i " further present of 1O,(0Q franc, an Rn nulty of 4,o00 frcnas for life, and wna dreonrt4 with thI legion of heziour 1 Uý TIa'I1i ; >ool o* ýua L -a _L*.r; 3a Mu:vat.r, tf Z1Jrive P.fa Igncni'.. S. cas-a~ or 5 rca ren a 0c.ow:se, ie. dc. &c.. sydrey, Yew Sueth Wa v,, f. M. Gai.l, Judy 7, 1529. * 't o cUiLrelvs the hoour to inform you. that the ship Alfred which cenveys this letter, nitl bring. vuu an address or addresses by a a few of the Landholders and Merchants of this Col'ony to Ills Execellency Governorr itriing, presented to him by a deputation of six of the body, together, with the General's reply. 'ha reply retlects-upon us, as Editors or ;ie lrdependent Press of this' Caloy, with tihgular ceverity. We thertefore ak.a the liberty' f begging of you Sir, to stuspend your judgment or: both documents, until you shall have real is our next journr...

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

7~CA{:lRxC (CUFýRENZ ) WRtECi?1 Vo C4ar*'1 OF TIIZ POLLOWIW3 4IfCL/. Seer, p,*,u per jois .............. ... ' Mutton, do. do.......... I 4. Pork. d#. d.. ( 1. T'iae, pot q:ftat4r Ib. ....t . S S. Pork. pr coruua, po Ilb.............. . S,.. C· Grarad,D°' E lb. loaf ...... .~., ., .:p, :. ' RT. Ivtsr. por. 1L. ...... I (J n firo do. ...,.... .... A'. .,. 4 lrtre o~~4a 4.; Ptorcgii 1oace, do. =r-; Wooti lndiajw itte plosir g ...: 9 0 Etolijuda , do. . .: *::...1¢ 8lroerrdoito~ .* do...... .'. :,4 {J,'. Cso Vci h4 Whine, d o. 4 . · ..... *d" ·3larr Mtro do' .,::. ...e 7 j ISaglisb ý Oýas Gp, pa.n1t.ii" ":=i · .ý.i. , ·O S ;;a ul a (ad1, :ni. Uc. e. . (.-. d

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

To mBi E2DzTOn 01 THY i STDi aT MO NITon. :Sin, Though L, am favourable to your constitu ilonsl sentiments-and to your candour, I beg to dissent from your prinhiples in the oppo 3ition you evince to the Address got up, as a palliative or scape.goat for the present *',* of the Government. Ever since the settlement of this Colonyit 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 .he t v of his expected departure ? I consider you have no great reason to corn blain of the partiality or versatility of the Colonists in general; besides, considerable allowance should be made for those Subscri hers 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 edurihig like youraself a fifteen months imprisonment olgh...

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Market (Currency) Prices, from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

ifdrke. (Cutrrewey) Prieee, for tke S,4.. Gazertt. 113xfe. rda,. ..S "4 6 1'uwls, per £pkrO 4 Bare. do... S i Q ' Cetee do..... O Y" Potitoes ewt.. 0 * 0 1 'I.kierE, d...,S IL S. 1; ttptr 1a. 0 $ Q :Iay, per g6. . " . " , Per 43.9 "S Strawp t 3 45* 0 S

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

To THE EDtTOR OF TIlE SYDNEY MONITon Sin, . If your statement he correct relative to the source of yqour comfort's in the:Sydney gaol, you have no reason,to continue your hostility to the Adldless presented to General Darling. 'In 0your Journal of the 4th instant, you boast of enjoying yourself on His ****ý*ý**.~ veal, soused ivith the Colonial Secretary's biller, " and rinsed down'by Colonel Dumn resq's Isle of France wine, &c.; leaving your readers to infer, that you enjoy', ll these fa tours through the kind consideraton of the Authorities. : The impression r~ado:.upon tle minds of several friends is, that, the. said veal. butter, and wine, together .withl vegetables from the Government garden,. are. rent. to yo:u gratis, that you may be induced to allow the Gover nor's Address to pass uncritpcisedj. or, that you are attempting .to soften the rigour of power 'by giving your curatom to our Autho. rities. In either case I consider it a derelic. Lion of your duty to inake te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

JUST received by the Undersigned, a t case of Silk and Worsted Trimmnngs of the latest patterns for bed furniture, worsted and cotton cord of colours for Window blinds, white and coloured fringe, rouch and carpet hindiug, supli.rb bell r -pll pulls 'ioutpietc, bell cord, &.. &c.` &c. S ' J. SIMMONS. ( Jerusalin r'atreouse, 1 - t George .ftrel. .1 TOLEN from my residence on Sun-f f'day last, a handsome Svaniel Bitch ; colour brown and white; brought to the Colony in the ship Georgaana; is in ver5 poor condition and spotted with tar. Stolen also at the same time and from the gsame place, four fowls. Any person detaining the dog aftel thisI notice, will be prosecuted. ROSS D.J. BAILEY. 14 Prince Street. S LORD begs leave to informs hisl o.r Friends and the Public- that he has 'for sale, at reduced prices, all kinds of manufactured leather, as well as his own nmanufactures of cloth, blankets, &c. in- ; cluding f ltrasses; also a general -as sortment of Eu...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

DXAUY. UIGlAtNDU M 010 THU ?NVI!Y !7V1:t. t High Water, 12rn. p.6 wore.--43 m p.6 ý.. p6m flik Water, 13 m. p. 7 morn.--42 m. p`?av. R iT~ig i Wat*cr, 10 m" p. 6 wanru.--3 a. p. ? nt. oliigh_ Water, 56 in. p. 8 aorn.--S l . p. 9 nt. HIigh W*ter, 36 m. p. 9 mar.-108 m. p. 9 at. Fail Meon. 47 m. p. 12 meraian. w cg Water, 3 m. p. 10 awnrn.--25 m. p. 10 at., $ua rinse. 1 m. p. 7--sets 59 m. p.4.

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IMPROMITU On reading a doggrel effusion signed Australasiaticus, in the Sydney Gazette, misrcpresenting the political pentiments of the Australian youth who consider themseles neglected and deprived of their Birthrights by the Parent State. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

IMPROMITU   On reading a doggrel effusion signed Australaslati-   cus, in the Sydney Gazette, misrepresenting the political sentiments of the Australian youth who consider themselves neglected and deprived of their   Birthrights by the Parent State. Behold young "Austral-assi-cus"   Whose muse, a flintless arquebuse, Gives fire per force of matches;   But no poetic spark appears,   Good reason why-his lengthen'd ears Confine it under hatches! J]npir'dby oflice and high pay, Ac, upstatt Abbot, scribe,.they say,. Our Bard,.on back most filthy ; -Canter'd off, (not to Parnssus) . :n quest of other Austral asses Tobrny, " Smith II** is guilty ! !" fIlls senseless, dull, vile doggrel lay Procures him land, increase of paw~,; " .dinner card, Extcnts prerenscd; " Iut can't perstiade his brethren dear, Who live on " Ilominy" half the year, They're loyal or contented ! Ilis notes, still harsh, with discord thrill, ...

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

AGJUCULTURLL REPORT FORI JUNE. (lIS A CORanSPONDENT.) r m tie 'omnmencemen't of the in ith'to the ei*d thereof; the' weather upon:theQ whels hl-s proved very satits.actory.; although th quantity of rain which hasle fallen has not been very abundant, yet it has' contributeil much to the irmproventet of th'? young wheats, andthey ar~ now, we are glad to say, genernliy looking well.. Should we experience similar. weather for a, month or two longer, our fears for another season of.deart}will be'nearly rc moved. During:tho.ewhole of t hbe month we have net'ertheles' ' experienced t?oe most variable weather inrmaginable, and perlaps there never was in the sarne pe riod of 'time, such exlremes of heat and :old felt. Suringi the lia't thirty. dayot Ivo have experienced all the four seasous. • , . ' ? • . . Towards the middle of the t onth, one on two days were uncommonly ,hot and sultry, and even during the night theiheat continned; a clay or two preceding, and all the following day, we had...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

Domestic Intelligence. EXECUTION.-On Monday morning the following criminals, were executed at the new drop in the Gaol-yard, George Street, pursuant to their respective sentences. namely, George Groves and James M'Colville for bushranging felonies, William Pitts,   John Salt, andd Richard Peacock, for the same sort of crimes, and John Neilson, a lad 18 years of age, for burglary. The whole six conducted themselves with the   greatest decorum. Pitts, Salt, and Pea-     cock, were Protestants, and Groves, M'Col- ville, and Neilson were Catholics. Neilson   was a youth, of a noble countenance and presence. We have always admired the Grecian costume, which leaves the neck. (in     lieu of being muffled and stuffed, according   to our modern fashion) bare; when this   young man therefore stood erect (he was     above six feet) with his shirt colla...

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NEWS BY THE WATER CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

Papers to the 31tk March inelusive; have come to our hand, but never were Journals more insipid. The Catholic bill entirely fills them. The Catholic' Asso ciation is pput down, and the torty-shilling freeholders also. None but freeholders of 10 can vote for the members forIreland. As a set-off the new bill is all the Catho lices could wish. Bfy 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 Pgrliament, as Judges,.as King's Privy. Councilnen, ap Sheriffs of Counties, as Mayors and Aldermen of Corporations, as Justices of the Peace, as Voters at elections of Members of Parliament; to fill tde highest offices in the Army and Navy; to wear their canonioals in public, and to have towers and steeples (and bell: in them) to their places of worship: ;urusia and Turkey have not resumed hsctilities, nor were likely.- We have lceaned a few extracts from such corners of the Morning Chronicle, as...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. FIRE AT YORK MINSTER. [Letter to the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. FIRE AT YORK MINSTER. ([Ltter teke Editor of iAe TortMire Gausiet,] FPsa. S,--I sit down with feelings which you may imragine, but which meek description, to give you the earliest inti I:mation of a calamity the mots awful and the most unlooked for, that could possibly have occurred i it is no less than the total destruction of the interior of York Minaster, including the noble organ, from the lan tern tower to the great east window, by fire. A detailed account of Ihis mysterious affair-for mystezious it is--I cannot pre tend to give, but a few brief and $nthentic particulars, as far as they go, will not, perhaps, be unsceoitable. The fire was discovered. I understand, by one of the vergers, about seven o'clock this morning. An alarm wae given, which soon collected a few of the residents in the immediate neighbourhood to the spot. A gentleman who W'as one of the first that arrived, in forms me that at this moment the fire wsas raging on the south side of the ch...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR MONDAY, JULY 13, [?] (Continued from our last, page 2, Column 4) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

.Tý YDE PiZOWI'TTOE (Cer?inuedfr.e our Jlst, page 2, c:iumn 4) i' 1: not only is the fsPitsy, hut the yuentity 1:kewise, made the subject of absurd complaint; it :s ssd that Melville Island having keen abas doane, " savanty tone are a seven years' supply." i? s a ;ity this busy-body does not :oafne his aslcts:ationa to his own af'airs, or to such public transactions as he understands. What does he knew about the wants of the Commissariat, and the sonsumption of the eatablishmentes HI is as .gaczait as a goose. The expenditure of salt pork Ror the preceding year was 13,352lbs. eq sal to 71 tons ; but in consequence of the abandonsuest c, t.e station at Ralecs' Bay, only 65 tone were tk:s year purchased of the 75 tone tendered."' SCa this paragraph we have trereiy to :st~Le, that 173,352 lbs of pork, is equal to a years' supply for a thousand men, or .a. even years' supply for 143 men. Let those who wish to go into etate secrete, ctl.cniati bow many troops and surveying ,.parties ther...

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Hints-to Sydney Merchants and Shop-keepers [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 July 1829

iiurat-te ydney MAerhantni and Shop-ksepers ConRT OF KINO'a BNCf I.-S?ATUlnRte" (London Sittings before Lord Tenterden and Special Juries.) VLLnowES v. WILLIAMS. 'Mr. Campbell .stated that this was an action to recover the amount of damages sustained by the plaintiff by giving credit to a person of the name of Duffey. upon a representatlon ade.e bI" the defendant, that Duffey was a man in good aid solvent circumstances, when he knew that he wai not The defendant repre sented, in June, 1827. that Duffey had a large capital in business which was not'all his own, Sbut that he believed Duffey to be worth 2,0001. after ~ yment of all his debts. The defendant was a silk-manufacturer at Coventry, and Duffey had been in partnership with him. In Decemnber, 1825, the phrtnership was dis solved and at that time Duffey was- in: debted to the defendant tr. a sum of £.1,250, for which he gave' a bond to the defendant, Duffey then was worth nothing, and the defendant had no reasor, to think, at th...

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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829

T'HURSDAY'S MARKET; Average Laud Produce.-Wlheat from Os. Gd. to ,,i. 6d."pei bushel; some smintty"sanuipliasat' 'Os.; upon the whole- sabrce. Maize 5s. to' Ga. per bushel; more pltntiful. than usual. No Barley to day. Hay £10 to £12.. 10s. per :to . 'Straw £2 10s.'to £3 per ton. Aduvrdie Daairy Produce.-Frcesh 'BEatter 2s.: to 2s. Gd. per lb. Salt ditto lid. to lsS3d.. Fowls 4s. to Ct. per couple. Geese none, Turkihs 5s. Gi.'to 7s. Gd. each. Ducks 7s. per couple. Sucking pigs 4s. each. Rabbits 3a. Gd. each. Potatoes 8s. Gd. to li,. per cwt. Turnips 2d. per butich. Onions Gd. per lb. . Shnlots Id. per bunch, Cabbage 9d. pcr dozen. Pumpkins 4s. to Gs. per dozen. New Colonial P'otatoes 10s. pl.r cwt. Oranges Pd. to sl. 4d. per dozen ; rather iilentiful. A few Derwent Apples at 5s. per dozen, very scarce. Mr. AM'Lcay'n largo bot of butter was absent this ,week ; but the butterdealers assuredl us it would come down in two-fold quantities next week. Good accounts of tile country; the lhe...

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