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NEWS BY THE LOUISA UP TO THE 19TH. OF AUGUST. The Ministry.—Mr. Canning's Successor. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

MZEWS BY TIEB LOUISA TVP TO THE 19TH. OF AZGt SZ'. The Miniistry.--Mfr: Canning's"Successor. MORNING HERALD.-The nomination of Lord Godea. ,rich to form the Ministerial arrangements, consequent upon the death of Mr. Canning, appears to give gpen ral sstisfaction ; not only fropi the conli4ence reposed, in the straight-forward integrity of the noble lord's pwn character, but from the extinguisher it puts upon all prrospects of Whig ascendancy. It is singular enough, to be sure, that this duty should devolve upon one who has himself a known disinclination to office, und that he should have to deal with colleagues, three of whom at least (Lords Harrowby and Dudley, and Mr. Sturges Bourne), if not a fourth (Lord Bedley), entertain the same feeling. La this respect the patriotism of the Whigs far exceeds that of their rivals; for who ever heard of a Whig who wished either to decline or retire from office, or who would not readily serve his country or himself at the peril of any inconsist...

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November 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

. ,November 28, 1827. MR,. EDITOR, I avail myself of the medium of your widely circulatad paper to ask a solution of the following Quere :--what is the reason the List of approved Ap plicants for Tickets-of-Leave as reported by the Com mittee of Magistrates at their respective sittings since September last, has never yet been published? The neglect on this subject is blaneable somewhere, and the disregard for the feelings of the poor fellows con cerned, deserves censure, it just " Keeps the word of promise to their ear" " And breaks it to their hope." Your most obedient Servant, HUMANITAS

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

U#aJ&iDR of. 1,00,0 mdre of .' heuse:retched ocreatures I laihdd 'atGlasgow on Sundtty night, and, we hear that "s Ion Monday eveening a fresh, migratory band of 350 was e landed by the Fingig steam packet. A gentleman who 4 left Glasgow with one of tbhe'oaches yesterday morning, a calculated thatthe passed from 400 tQ 500 of these emi y grants making .towards Edinburgh. If they be badly L- Doff in;the West, they must'expect to be far worse here. 1 Here are no cotton-mills, no great weaving factories, a no public works to afford them a hope of employment. o Even at the harvest they have no chance, as the farmers .r in this and the surrounding counties have been long in it the practice of employing Highland shearers, to whom I, they give a decided preference. Not a few of those - already arrived are suffering the greatest hardships, ', and have become grievous bnrdens to their countrymen 11 by whom they are sheltered. e A SERMON Was preached, last Sunday, by a Camero nian min...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

From Yesterday's Gazette. LA PEYROUSE. By the schoouer Herald, arrived yes- terday afternoon, from New Zealand, we have been favoured with the following extract of a letter, re- ceived from Captain Dillon, of the H. E. Indian Company's ship Research : " I take this opportunity of informing you of my safe " arrival here, on the 5th instant, from the Salomon Is- " lands, where I have been successful in procuring some " of the alter and mess plate belonging to the expedition " under the command of Count DE LA PEYROUSE. " I have also procured the ship's bell, a brass mortar, " five brass guns, several copper kitchen utensils, the grea- " ter part of which are marked with the arms of France ; " namely, three fleur-de-lis. I have got the rudder irons, " the brass shieves of the frigate's topmast, and many " other things too tedious to mention." THE crew were attacked with an intermittent fever, and the vessel obliged to go to the Bay of Islands for refreshment, whence she may be expected ...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

THE .I ONITOR. 4IiURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1827. 'Tmis is the first opportunity we have had of resuming our critique on the account of the Colonial Revenue for 1825, `which was published the other day by the Govern Ineit, aid a copy of which was given by us in our 89th number. Ta.s first bundle of disbursements consists of ten items, and-to'which the generic head of " Civil Oficers' Sditiurseiients" might have been put. They are as fol Sp. Dol. £ Stg. I Establishment of the Governor ...... 12,724 or 2,759 ,2 Colonial Secretar's Department.. .. 13,061 or 2,829 31.Surveyor General's Department ......11,378 or 2,405 4,Cbnmmissioners for apportioning the :o:Colony......................: '2,403 or 520 5 Collector of Revenue (Naval Oflicers &c.)18,921 or 4,099 6, Legislative Council ............. 4,715 or 1,021 7" Colonial Treasurer's Department...... 9,473 or 2,052 8 Colonial Audit Office........... ... 817 or 177 9' Eclesiastical Establishment ... ..27,924 or 6,050 10 PiPblic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

AUSTRALIAN OIL, COLOUR, AND WINDOW 'GL~SS WAREHOUSE. 3. BROWN, PAINTER, PLUMBER AND GLAZIER, Opposite the Lumber Yard. T HIS Establishment is the only one inithe Colony I. where the Public can be supplied with every arti cle connected with the trade at so cheap a rate, and upon such advantageous terms. Glass; of sizes, by the box or square. Raw and boiled :Linseed Oil. Spirits of Turpentine. White Lead, dry and wet; Whiting. Green, of various shades. . Yellow, Pink, and Blue Paints, of peculiar richness tind beauty. " Sheet -Lead and Patent Pipe of every thickness; in any quantity. Olives, Capers, and other Pickles. Candles, by the cwt. or pound. 'Candle. wick, Soap, Starch, &c. &c. &c. N. B.-Lamp Oil' at a very reduced price ;--will no loubt be 'found to suit up-country customers and dealers. Numerous other articles at a very moderate advance upon prime cost, George-street1 Sydney. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. T OBE SOLD BY AUCTION, on Thursday, the 13th day of De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

CHA3SNTER. 1HIS celeb?rited Ctiesnut Coach Horse, wvha foit?r iZ L symmietry,'and strengtli, stanids uniivailled in the Co lony, will stand this Senson at the places and on theays specified below-Viz. At lr.: Deanies, Westeri Ioad, on' Motqdays. 'ltr. jamhi's Uiid'erwood's Half-vWay Houise, M'ebdtays. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramptth'a"d'' Mr. Hugh.Kelly's,, Windsor Road; iWednesdays: Mir. D). Smallw6o'd's, Pitt Town, Thtursdaa y.' MrF. John 'rowvri's Ricliod, Fridays. 'ir. John Harrls, RNep?ian, Saturdavs. Teirhs-Ten Dýol'ars each 1Mare, and one Dollar to the Gioom. YOUNG HECTOR. r HIS 'celebrated Horse wJill stand dhring, the Season 1 at the iunderinm tioned plhices : VIz. Mi. Jaohn Patrick's, Canm3lPell To*n' n. Mr. 'Thomas Colloghans, Liverpoblr Mr. Samuel- Blaekman' s,.Cobherty. 8r. Maitthew'Hig?tl ind's Prospect,-+ Mr. Callaghan's, Appi '. Young Hectu& was formbily the topothv of Mr. Sa nittl JBlaekmatn, but now 'beToags to r.. 'blHthan. He was, got by, that iwefl=n...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 December 1827

Arrivals.-None. Departures.-On Wednesday, the Prince Regent for Calcutta, with Col. Stewart and the Head Quarters of the Buffs Regiment; the Currency Lass for Port Dal rymple, and, the Madeira Packet for the Isle of France. Projected Departures.-The Governor Philip for Nor folk Island is announced' to sail this day. Remain in Harbour, with H. Ar. Ship Pandora, Ships, Medway, Orelia, John, Frederick, Eliza, Ephemitia, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, Waterloo. and Lousia, Brigs.-Governor Phillips, Amity, Woodlark, Perseverance, Mitry, Bona Vista, and Lord Rodney.-Schooners. Alligator, Hunter, Prince Regent, Isabella, Prince of Denmark, Waterloo, and. Governor Arthur. Cutters.-Dart, (Revenue) Lord Liverpool, Emma Kemp, and Lanmbton. Sloop.-Fly.-Barque Lucy Anne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

GOVERN.MENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICl, DECElAlER 6hi 18o27. H S EXCELLENCY trie Governor has been pleased to upprove of the following Alterations. in the Police of the Colon ; _viz. Parranatla and P, ospec*-Mr. Joseph Kenyont, to ;act as honorary Constable Tllawarra-Jolhn Jones, per Morley, holding a Ticket of Leave, to be Constable in the room of John Hart, k distu issed for improper conduct ; to bear Date the 26th Ultimo, "By Commaud of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY ' GOVERNMENT ORDER. CoLONIAL SECRETARY'S OF'FIOE, J!CEMBER. 8, ?27. (42.) .. I I" EXCELLENCY the Governor has been pleased to iappoint Mr. Atmbairse Hallen, to act as Town Surveyor, until'the Pleasure of the Right lIopournble the Secretary ut State he known. . . Jy i?8 Excellenicy's Commniand, 4ExAp EU

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Statements and Documents relating to Proceedings in New South Wales in 1824, 1825, and 1826, intended to support an appeal to the King, by Sax Bannister, Esq., late Attorney-General of that Colony. "To assert myself thus traduced is not vanity: it is a demand of Justice."—(Burke's Letters.) Cape Town Printed by W. Bridekirk, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

Staterments 'and Documents relating~to Proceedings in 'New South WVales in 1824, 1825, and 1826, intended to support an appeal to the King, by Sax Bannister, Esq., late Attorney-General of that Colony. " To assert myself thus traduced is not vanity : it is a demand of Justice."-( iurke's Letters.) Cape Town, Printed by W. Bridekirk, 1827. TrE affairs noticed in the fovlloing papers, were a part of those which I transacted as the King's Attorney General in New South Wales; and althhongh the of.ce be not of so great importance, even the private dis tribution of these documents, pending an appeal to His Majesty, may require explanation. Mine rests upon my wish that slander may not injure me in the minds of those, who, with some little knowledge of me, once thought of my character with kindness. I couLD, indeed, willingly be silent : for the warmth of my feelings has probably affected my judgement, But I.1 trust that approbation, if due to my claims, will not be refused, because they. m...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. | .[ Sun rises 53 min. past 4. SHigh Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. I Sun sets 8 min. past 7. f f J High Water, 30 past 2 Norn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. ' Last Quarter of Moon 28 min. past 1 Morning. High Water, 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Aft. S-Day 14 hours 1 min. long. High Water 36 rmin. past 4 Morr.-8 min. past 5 I.ven. pry . JMoon 29 days old. High Water 40 main. past 5 Morn.-14 min, past 6 Ev. Equation of Time.--Siun on the meridian of Sydney. 5 win I'sec. before 12 mean time. - I3rd Sunday in Advent. c-?2| " High Water 46 mini. past 6 Mbrn.-20 min. past 7 Ev. _ I.- J High Water,:4 min. past 7 Morn.-8 at Night. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN Tlil, MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TUE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 67 80 7 I Cloudy TuEssAY ........ 64 70 68 Rain WEDNEiDAY...... 70 82 72 Cloudy THURSDAY ...... 70 81 69 Fine. FRIDAt..;....'.... 72 84 72 Do. SaTuRDY ...... 73 84 76 Do...

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TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. The humble Petition of Saxe Bannister, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. The humble Petition of ,asce Bannister, SHEWETH, THAT your Petitioner was, in 1823,' appointed your Majesty's Attorney General in the Colony of New South Wales; and that on the 12th day af October last, he was, as he humbly apprehends, unjustly removed from the said office by His Excellency the Governor of the said Colony, for express cause ; and that on the same day he gave notice to the said Governor, that he should appeal to your Majesty for redress from. the wrong suffered in such removal. THAT this expressed cause concerned the execution of Criminal Justice; which it was at all times your Petitioner's duty not to disregard;'and which in the particular case. appeared to him to have been seriously violated. 'I hat other cause of di-approval, besides what is thus exprcsedseenis to be implied. in the notice of the said removal': but your Petitioner submits, that, if he was in any d. gree in the wrong upon this, or ui:on any other point of suppos...

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Original Poetry. THE SOLDIER AND HIS DOG, A Poetical Sketch, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

THE SOLDIER AND HIS DOG, A Poetical Sketch, By J. K. HERVvE, Es@. Tas warrior youth and his dog are coias .Where the banner of war is unfurl'd " It had eat from his hand in his mother's home, And had follow'd him through the world. The friends of his heart in its morning pride, Have fled from the gloom of his morrow; And his dog is all that stands by his side, Since he has but his sabre and sorrow. He had doted too well on those perishing things, And wept over them long, as they past, Till, one by one, they made themselves wings, Save woman-and she went last I So, he wip'd from his father's sword the stain, Anid thb weakness from his heart, " And hied him away to the battle plain- iithis dog would not depart. Hehas slumnber'd beneath a moonless sky, While his friend has watch'd around, And sooth'd, with its tongue, the agony * Of.each--save the spirit's wound. And its faith has been as a gentle dew, Shed sweetly and silently- Oh I were the maid of his as true, How fair a thing were ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A house and premises in Hunter Street, belonging to Mr. Charles Thompson of Clydesdale, South Creek, sold a few days ago for £1355. This sum it brought by the hammer ; and we may form a tolerable estimate of thie increasing impoitance of scites in Sydney, when it,is known, that six years ago, at the time Mr. Thomp son kept a baker and huxter's shop -there, the whole concern could have been bougbt for £800, no imlprove ments of any importance having since been made on them. But we think it proves still more the rage for .speculation, the cheapness of money, and the effects of an over issue of paper. . TU importation of Sheep into New South Wales from Van Diemen's Land, we consider a proof of the correctness of the remark we have often made, that the importation of money by Emigrants in lieu of live stock and. labourers, has made money cheap, and every thing else dear, but particularly that commodity which Emi grants are , taught to believe they are to make thei...

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TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. The humble Petition of Saxe Bannister, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTYI' The humble ,Petition oJf Saxe Bannister,, : SHEWETH. THAT sour petitioner was, in 1S23, "appbint?i to :be your Majesty's Attorney General in Nekw south Wales, and faithfully perfiirmed the dutiei of -the said office until unjustly removed therefrom by His ýExiellentey the Governor, on the l'th day of October, 1826:' THAT a part only of your petitioner'stime vis' retain ed for the public service, and his reinuneratitn cailetk- ted accordingly.;' but that, wit very little' exkeitib the who e of his time has been necessarily, oCeli? therein. TH'aAT the misapprehension of the mass of ~p'.W law business, .of the said Colony, has not bee oc to your petitioner's departmert, inasmuch; as an .~ diti oral Judge has;been found indispepsable; anid ltbotcViit and criminal business have increased in a,manner, ve'y difficult to have been anticipated. TnAT in February, 1825, your Petitioner stated&, of ficially 'to -your Majesty's Secretary of. State f...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

THILE MVIONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1827. We perceive in WVednesdays Australian, a letter ad dressed " To His Excellency Lieut. Governor Arthur, 8c. 8c. 8rc". dated Hobart Town, the 19th November, 1S27, and signed by twenty-four persons, not only residents as we presume of the `ister Colony, but chief men there. Seven of them have affixed the initials, J. P., to their names; by which we are made to understand they are Magistrates of that .Colony. The President of the Bank, Mr. Kemp, a very old Colonist, is also we see among the number. THE Letter is remarkably cool and temperate, consi- dering the subject it embraces, namely, the late des traction of the Press at Hobart I'own. We think our brother Colonists have acted with policy in publishing their letter in Sydney, where the Press has wisely been left unshackled; because by this means, it will find its way to London, and be read by the Merchants there conniected. with the Colony, by many Members of Par liament, and by th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

IrN; THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH "WALES. In the.matter of -Tho.nas Amsden, an Insolvent. HURSDAY, the 5th.day of December, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty-seven, the said Thomas Amsden, and all his Creditors, are hereby summoned to attend the Supreme Court, on Saturday the 15th day of December Instant, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, to be examined before the said Court, touching the alleged Insolvency of the said Thomas Amsden, in conformity with a Rule of Court this da~i made in that behalsf, dated this 5th day of December, A. D. 1827. (Signed) By the Court. RowE,' Solicitor for the petitioning Creditor. i "'·it' larurZL- tpC l lmmt m~~r a €i - ' lclm' in ,rm mfumnIn m S JPPLlES._..Vnnted for the Churdh Miseiunary So. ~cietys's Bttkrnent :Lt New Zealaip, 2,300 lbs. Be'V 'tstvctd' in tbye Colony or Irish (cask a included,)' 19,771 l(. first flou r 2 7 N. . 7 c do. s doo. 2,4.© 1o SOf I3ýikc·,ri t, 448 do. Arrow root 2,472 'do. Sugar * 200 ''ards PVrr...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS.: Average price on quantity sold::. Ne Wiheat 6s 9d.-Old do. 7s. per Bushel.-Maize 6s. 10d -Barley Os Od.--Oats 5s. 3d--Fine Flour, 16s. 6d. ste6lr ir per 100 Ibs.-Second do. 14s. 6d.-Bread 5d per 2,lb. Lqa~(., Butter (salt) 2s 6d -Fresh 2s. 9d.-Eggs Is. 9d per do,--. Colonial common Cheese Is. 3d.--Fowls 3s. 6d. per couple. -Ducks 5s.-Geese 7s. 0"1. each.--Turkies 18b;-Turnips 41d. per bunch.-Carrots Od -Onions 5d..per lb.-Pota toes (colonial) .16s. per cwt.-Beef per lb. by the quarter, "4d by the Joint 6d.-M utton 7d.-Pork 8d.--Veal 8d' Lemons.Is. pler doz -'-Orangt s 2s. 6d.--Aliricots '2i. Gd. Applca.6d.--Hay £.11 per ton .... . i MERCHANDIZE. Hyson Tea, £12 per Chest of 64 lbs.-Common Grien' Tea £5. very superior £7. -Sugair ble of France 41d.- Tobacco per'Basket 3s. 9d.-Negrohead 8s.-English S6ap per box 5kd.--Brandy (very scarce) 20s.--Rum (per 6 GaO ions) 17s. 6d --Gin 20s.-White wine per pipe £18... or 4s. per Gallon-Red Wine unsuleable 2s. 6d. Rice, 32s. 6d....

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News by the Louisa Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

,: the, roniii o~ ~Ii~j~fc~ 'doh i Th 'an laetloli for a. lib~l in',e *itlas bew. aper bupai - person ntahed Wj.i ht, a remi otr?{iityCollege, 'tnd tle ?uItthor of a r;k c"lii'tigea d'Alia 'tLti', r eseveh 'Yeats tt the pl?iitif ha4dexpdoed to rrdicilentmany of hi eaitr yiends bypublishi~g their coege tri~k-iatnes, andrilating pri vate anecdotes of themn. The def~ndakzts' ib~rted a cri tiigue upon the'bodk, in the A?las, ah iailerting hin al}.ap. te~ins upon .his pers6n atnd condtit, tid ,exainid in him, that when at ambibidge'he'passed:by the nidk nsa e of Wretch Wright, and thfat he hadIbeen suppotted by. the very person he satirized. 'The Jpryfound a ,ver didt'.or 'defendants. ?Tw'rt·ena from Messina. mention a very rema khlile natural phenomenon, which bas taken place on th'e ,oast of Galabr.sa, :opposite to'Messina, and not many miles distant fromReggio. '.The powerful action of the sea dwriigg.the'late storms has carri 'away ayi smdll .village, w eh stood on the shore, togethe...

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TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. The huwble Petition of Saxe Bannister. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827

TO . Nos r, "MTAE GE I R a EBTY. T 1 buwble Pettion of Saxe Bann iter. SmEWETrR, -. TBATr ina "dditioi to 'the matters of complaint submit 'ed to' your Majesty in the petition 4presented herewith', your Petitioner has, as he humbly apprehends, suffered' injustice in' the 'exercise of his oltice as your Majesty's Attorney General in the said Colony, by-t1. refusal of His Excellency the Governor; of. New South Wales, tar protect your Petitioner against certain slaih ders published in a Sydney newspaper; on the 18th day of October hIst. TuAT some of the allegations in the same, tend to the dishonour of your Majesty's Government in England, as much as tb that of your Petitio?ner; and that all of them.can be proved to be without foundation. '" T?AT. your. ,petittoner has endeavoured to be a firin friend to the liberty of the press there,, aind has ,.ever wished to withdraw his own actions from criticismt ;. but he humbly summits, that he is intitled to' resist false averments of facts ? ...

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