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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
To 'rT EDITpR OP THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sin, SThe Authorities" at Campbell-town lately sent a Constable with a Memorial (addressed to His Excellency the Governor), about the village and the adjoining districts, soliciting signatures; the prayer of which petition set furth the urgent necessity then was, to open a new line of road, to lead from Camplbell ýown to "Mcnangle." Now Sir, 1 beg leave through the columns of your indepen. dent Journal to .ask the " Campbelltonian Gentlemen" Why the individuals, (through whose farm the purposed nei line of road is marked) were not asked to sign the ine-. morial, above alluded to i;-or at least have had notice given them (the said Individual) that such were the intentions of the Camp, bell town ' Authorities" ? I am Sir, Your obedient Servant, .ONE CONCERNED. ,...emslass..
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
We understand, that an action hasli. been commenced at the suit of Mr;-.: John Stephen, Jun: against Captalift Rossi, which it is understood will bring a certain subject publicly forward, with re ference to which, Mr. Stephen's suspen sion is supposed to be attributed. . As rumours have been industriously circulated to the prejudice of this gentle man, we think, it but fair to state,'that wd' have been favoured with the perusal of . number of documents, of the most;satis factory and conclusive nature as to the total incorrectness of the general report- and we cannot therefore but caution the public against giving credence. to the representations of the parties who are anxious to gloass over what appears to us a most revolting proceeding. Dr. Douglass; This. gentleman has` been informed by Sir G. Murray, that until attt explanation shall arrive from Governor Dir ling, respecting the supersession or senspen sion of this ~gentleman, as Commissioner of Requests, he will be allowed to dr...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
Arrival..--On Sunday the St. Grongr from Leorn don 23rd. January, via Hobart 't'own 7Th lndtt, Cargo wheat and sundric3.--Same day the Dlar ling, put back through f6ti-as of weather, having receivcd some darnao;c.--Samo day the Ianldst/ry, from Newcastle 7th. Instant.. Cargo coals.--rtn Wednesday the Qucen Clkarlotte from Port Dall rymple 11th In?tant. Cargo wheat, wool, and potatocs.-On Thursday the Triton from Leith, 13th December, Hobart Town 11th InJst. General Cargo.- -On Friday the HIarmou.ty froi Ncw Zdaý land 2ud. Inst.' Cargo flax and mamie,' Samen day the Darlhi:g from ditto. .Cargo flax, askns, end sundries. Derpar/ares,---On Saturday the eorgianna, for .Gomabay via Hlobart Town with troops.---On Moun day the Resolution, for Port Dalrymple. " Cur++o sundrios.---Ou 'l'uesday the Mary Eli uaclbth.fur Port Macrlnnrie. Cargo stores &c. Pirojcctd Departares,---Tho LamIb(tan for Port_ Stephens, the Lib.cry: for Newcatlti this day. The ANinred for Manilna, the Eliza for ...
[?]ALANCE SHEET PARAPHRASED FROM THE LEDGER OF AN AMERICAN MERCHANT. [?] In Account Current with CR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
LANIG 8f1EEIT p.t.1tNlS SED 'ROM TUI: LEDGER Oi AN ANJInIC.N ??ROItC1ANT, It I,.e?count Currvent with *3* Cn. o sundries (to wit), suchis puffing and praise, d .amining .*. for two or three days ; standing his friend, and ac.luitting him too, Sconvicting the otlhers; for what could I do ? ,gt coing my name to the r***H* Address- y four sections of larl--for you cannot give 1,ss sifting the mantit'r espctirg J'* , troublesome job) an alletment or tu, o. Streceiving instructions from Mr. Mttt, ad ttnding his office the whole of the day; o allowing myself to be made a cat's paw of, giving opinion opposed to the, law of e whole of the Judges assembled in Court, Which ended in any thing else but in sport;) ,reach of these items, ten acres or msore Sthe land that's unoccupicd on the North Shore. o amount of - - as strange as it sounds e paid out of pocket-near seventy pounds. oting I-, *'s servdt--which I order'd for Monday, o' the manin his zeal took him up on a Sunday ;) o convicting Pa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
M. GREGSON, .AccOUNTrAT, CUSTOMt nocSa AG,?NT, ifid General Broker, for the purchase and disposal, by publiC, or private sale, of Merchcandize, Houses; Lands, Allotments, Leases, and property of every description. .Mfortgages, Loans, and l)sscoults inegocia ted, and Insurances effected. Qjfee,'81, George-strect. Attendance diaily at the Custom House. ON SALE, nlNE Husaudrelindd Fifty tons ot Mau. I. 7. rilius sugar ' One hundred puncllhono of low proof rums Seventy pipes of brandy Brazil, Negrolhad Tobi.cco, in bond and Chcroots Young IIyson, Imperial, and Gunpowder tens East India Piece Goods, by the packaige, consisting of Gurrahs, Baftis, I'alem pores, and Hearth rugs. , Samples of which, rind Certificates of the Spirits may be seen at Mr. Grcgson's Office, DWELLING HOUSE IN A MOST SALUBRItOUS AND ELIGIBLE SITUATION FOR SALE. T O BE disposed of by private con tract, that commodious three-story House, situate in George-Street, opposite to the late Naval Office, containing nine roo...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
DMARY. E3UMORANDUM FOi THE ENSUING WEEK. c ligh W~ater, 45 im. p. 10 morn.-- 1 night. SIHigh Waiter, 16 m. p. 11 morn.-35 m. p. I un High Water,56 m.p. i morn. SI High WaVnter, 29 mn. p. 12 mornr.-4( in . p. 2 nf. - I High Water, 15 m. p. 1 morn.-55 m. p. 2 af. ' Moon's last Quarter, 19.Im. p. 4 afternoon. .a I.-lih~ Water. 30 m. v. 2 mnrn.-6 m. n. 3 nf. ti~ ulgl Water,33 m. p..:3 morn.-5 mI. p.4 aft. Sun rises. 58 m. p. G-sets 2 m. p. 5. Giltchly fctcorolajgical G'ablc. , . VARITATIONS OF TIIERMoMETElt, &C. C. TAKEN AT 9 IN TIlE MOI1NING, 12 AT NOON, AND ' IN TlHE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. A'TunRDAY ... 42G6862 S. N. Clear SdNDA ..... 42,66(; S. N. "Do. MoNDIrY .... 40 64 58 S. & S. E. Clouidy TUssDAV .... 44'60 59W. & N.E Cleir WrEDNrSDAY 48 56 54 S. Showers TJJunsIPAY .. 50 5 ; S. W.& S. Hcavy rain FnaZn.1Y .... 52 60 58,S. & N. ICloudy
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
Exrcu?TION.--On Monday smorning Jo-. seph Slephenson and James Barnes, expi ated their crime (bushranging) at the usual place of execution. These unfortunate men were convicted of robbing the cart of Mr. Joshua John Moore5 on the Liverpool road; they afterwards attempted to rob His Excellency the Governor's cart, but found nothing in it worth taking. They were both runaways from road-gangs; previous to their running away, they had borne the character of quiet steady men. Barnes has left a wife and children. He held a ticket of leave for .three or four years, and during that time conducted himself with propriety. Unhappily, for some trifling offenceehis ticket was can celled, and he was turned into barracks, whence he was removed to a road-gang. He ran away, accompanied by StepLenson. Barnes is nephew to a person living on the Brickfield-hill. They were attended by the Rev. Messts. Cowper and Lang ; they sang a penitential psalm before as cending the fatal platform. Barnes ad dressed...
THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 18, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
THE SYDi NE Y MONITTOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 18, 1829. The Omflcial JournalofTuesday, like the mountai. in the fable, has been labouring the last week or tivo, and after hideous rumblings has at length brought forth the mouse. The Editor's article is too long, and too fullof his own peculiar declamation and bvyperbole;to induce us to answer it pieco meal. Still'we must notice such parts as we imagine the publio may happen to consider worthy of refutation, because the leading articles of the Gazette are "' by command." The Editor is riot content to quote the description given by Blackstone of some of the judicial appurtenances of Magis tracy; but be must parody as it were, *the thoughts-and language of that great authority. Blackstone says, " if a uwell rneaning Justice makes' any undesigncd slip in his practice, great lenity and indul gence are shown' to him in the Courts of Slaw;" just as was the case th other day .vith our Colonial Court of King's Bench, which would not visit t...
EXCELLENT WRITING PAPER AND OTHER PAPER MADE OF THE HUSKS OF MAIZE COBS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD. Barn-Elem Farm, Ist. January, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
iEXCiFLLENT WRITING PAPER AND OTHER. PAPEY R MIADE OF THE H1tUSKS OF MAIZE CQOS. TO Tiam EDITro OF THE MoRNING HERALD. lEarn-Elcm Farm, Ist. Januarry, 1829. Ehn, I see you advertising in your paper, New Year's Gifts of various kinds; and I do myself the honour to present you with one. It is a buncli of ears of my Corn, which was gathcrcd on Cristmalnas.day, from plants standing in my grounds at Kensington. I hefore relatedi that I planted some corn in those grounds in the first week of June; and, in order to give a proof of the power which this grain possesses of resisting rain, winds, frost, and fog, I ex pressed any intention to let my corn at Ken singtons stand ungathered until Christmas-day. In the morning of that day I gathered about fifty ears myself, five of which I now? send to you, and beg your acceptance of them. This experiment proves, that wot harvrsts, so destructive to wheat and other grain, never can be injurious to this crop. It shows also, that the crop may be got i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS OF THIS WEEK. SKELETON OF Government Orders, Notices, &c. IN TUESDAY'S, THURSDAYS, AND THIS DAY'S GAZETTE. Notice dated the 16th instant. Contains the names of certain friends of the Goverment, such as civil Officers, Magistrates, and those who &nbsp; have lately signed the secret address, and others who have received permission to rent Crown Land to the exclusion of others of H. M. sub jects, who have equal or greater claims to have their cattle and sheep preserved from the al ternative of starvation, or the grasp of the Jus tices' constable-impounbders. Do. dated the 17th instant, granting conditional pardons to the following fifteen persons, namely, Henry Simon, John T'iddy, Stephen Bax, James Jolly, William Price, Frances Smith, formerly Sage, William Pritchard, Joseph Aarons, Wil liam Phillips; George Vowles, John Pallat, Wi liam Cuthbert, Charles Weavers, Jonathan Leck, and William McDonald. Do dated the 17th instant, containing a list of 32 ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
Making butter is attended with other expenses. A fine clinker-built gig was built at Port Macquarie by the " clean handed" men of that settlement for Mr. M'Leay, and was sent to him freight free in one of the Government vessels. We suppose this boat was built to convey the Secretary's butter to town.. It issingu lar, that when Messrs. Bell and Sinith, were discharged on the report of Colonel Morriset and Mr. Busby, that they did not also report the building of Mr. M'Leay's boat to His Excellency ? The cedar that it was built of, was Government cedar, and the handsr that built it were Convicts, fed and tlothed by the Crown. We be lieve the Secrotary did give the men a present. Presents sometimes however partake of the nature of sou.ething else ; for' the whole concern of the building of this boat, was expressly contrary to the orders of the Governor, and the laws of the settlement. Mr. -- hai most solemnly assured us, and offered to make affidavit of the fact, that the famous -Jane N...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. LONDO UNIVERSITY --Yesterday the General Annual Meeting of the proprietors of the London University was held in the theatre of that establishment. Amongst nu. merous persons of rank, or of eminence for talent, we distinguished, Earl Grey, Lord Milton) Lord Auckland, Lord Durham, Lord Calthorpe, Lord Dudas, Sir George Phillips, Mr. J. C. IHobhouee, Mr. Fasakerley, Mr. Tennyson, Mr. Warburton, Mr. Sturch, Mr. tlumc, Mr. Baring, Mr. Brougham, AiMr. Monk (of Reading), Colonel Jones, and many Gentlemen of the Bar and of the Learned Professions. Lord Milton was unanimously voted to the Chair. Mr. Fazakerly moved that the Report of the Council be read, which was seconded by Mr. Baring. The Report was then read by Mr. Horner, the Warden. IT set forth the general prosperity and rapid progress of the Institution. and the measures of the Council with respect to its funds, its library, museums, and other incidental depart, ments. The receipts in the year amounted to 59.803...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
The unparalleled distress of 't"e Spaniui. Portuguese, and Italian refugees.---The friends of humanity in the Corporation of London are requested to' meet on next, Monday evening, at six o'cloch, at the London Tavern, to consider of the best means of affording immediatd- relief to the suffering Refugees of Spain, Portu gal, and Italy, who are surrounded with the horrors of wretchcdness and starva tion. HIumanity and the character, ?f, the British Nation loudly call oni?tif weanlhy;,- andLMce y othr~this of ela t y who can promptly contribute to the relict of 1,000 unfortunate strangers, who have long endured severe privations, and who are now literally without bread ! ! ! By the mail from Halifax, Papers to the 11th ult. and Quebec Papers to the 4th ult. have been received. They contain the report of the Secret Committee appointed to inquire into the Civil Government of Canada. C' This Report, will if acted upon, effect a complete change in the Government of Canada. It is almost a d...
ORIGINAL POETRY. TO MISS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
"ORIGINAL POETRY. TO MISS - . Oft would [ gaze upon' tliat face, Whence such engaging sweetness flows, And there in silent pleasure trace '1I ingenuous traits it would disclose. Oft too, our thoughts would coalesce, Congenial feelings meeting there, When you in converse would express, Th' opinion that your mind did bear. That knowledge which invests your mind, The virtue which adorns your breast, Their due esteem twill always find, *Their value ever stand confess'd. 'My feeble pen can ill portray, The picture of ypur real worth; But pardon than its weak essay, Your mierit only, call'd it forth. VWhen I am far apart from you, Whilst faithful mem'ry holds her seat, My willing thoughts will you pursue, And fancy oft my reason cheat. Then may I hope that you'll bestbw, Sometimes a friendly thought on me; That hope within umy breast will glow, nMy constant cheering solace be. II. F. S. 5ta ?ar~rlar' ,?a m m
(SECOND LEADING ARTICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 July 1829
(SECOND LEADING ARTICLE.) The paid Official organ of Govern- ment of Tuesday week, presented to the public the famous Address, with an ac- count of the presentation, and the reply of His Excellency, all of which we have inserted heretofore. The first remark we have to make on the above is, that the public will learn in future, what degree of credit to give to the Reverend Editor, in his current and childish list of " fibs and facts," when they find, that the copy of the Address published by us was correct, although the Reverend Editor alleged the contrary, and repeated his allegation; and that the only differences are, two or three unim- portant words, which altered neither the sense nor the character of the document. Honesty is always the best policy; but trifling quibbles are contemptible, as well as dishonest. And as a wish to deceive, is the essence of wilful falsehood, the averments of the Rev. Editor on this bead, are not very creditable to him. We think it perfectly natural, ...
EXCELLENT WRITING PAPER AND OTHER PAPER MADE OF THE HUSKS OF MAIZE COBS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD. Barn-Elem Farm, 1st. January, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
EXCELLENT WRITING PAPER AND OTHER PAPER MADE OF THE HIUSKS OF MAIZE COBS. To rTE EDITOR OP TlhE MORNING HERALD. .Barn-Elem Farm, Ist. January, 1829. SS1n, I see you advertising in your paper, New Year's Gifts of various kinds; and I do myself the honour to present you with one. It is a bunch of ears of my Corn, which was gathered on Christma-.day from plants standing in my g ounds at Kensington. I before related, that I planted some corn in those grounds in the first week of June; and, in order to give a proof of the power which this grain possesses of resisting rain, winds. frost, and fog, I ex pressed my intention to let my corn at Kon aiagton stand ungathered until Christmas-day. In the morning of that day I gathered about fifty ears myself, five of which I now send to you, and beg your acceptance of them. This experiment proves, that wet harverta, so destructive to wheat and other grain, never can be injurious to this crop. It shows also, that the crop may be got in, by very slo...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
We understand, that an acetion- has been commenced at the suit of Mr,. John Stephen, Jun. against Captain Rossi, which it is understood will bring it certain subject -publicly forwards with re ference to which, Mr. Stephen's suspea aion is supposed to be attributed. As rumours have been industriously circulated to the pr.judice of this gentle man, we think it but fair to state, that we have been favoured with the perusal of a number of documents, of the most Patiu factory and conclusive nature as to thli total incorrectness of the general report and we cannot therefore but caution the public against giving credence to tho representations of the.. riarties who ase anxious to gloss over what appear?toe us a most revolting proceeding. Dr. Douglass. This gentleman has beat informed by Sir 0. Murray, that until an explanation shall arrive from Governor Dar. ling, respecting the stlpersession or suspetl sion of thin -gentleman, as Comomissioner of Requests, he will bo allowed to draw on t...
In Account Current with CR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
e r In.4cco:nrt Carrent waith f* Cat. sundrirs (to wit), mchh as puffinog and praisc, d examining for two or three days ; standing his' friend, ianl acquitting him too, t convicting the others ; for what cduld 1 do ? igoilg my nay nte to t liei *** * Address - --fo:^" sections of laud--for you cannot give. less?; . . t siftinig the matter respecting J' , . trOubl?soaoe jub) 'a: alluotuent or trOe. reeiving instructions fronma"? r. M1"i " d ttcnding.his oflice the whole of the day ; allowing inysclf to be iied i a cat's paw.of; ," d giving opialon opposed to the la v of - 'hole of the Judgoes iissembled in Court. , Vldch ended in any thing.elsoe bt in sport;)a oreach of these items, ten lcres or nore lhe land that's utOCCcu)iied ao the Norl/ Shore. o amount of --- --as strange as it sounds ye paid out of pocket--near soetnty pounds. taking LP**-*' servaut--which I order'd for Monday, ho' the an in his zeal took irim up on a Sunday;). con?ic?intg Pat 'T '* o??f notlhinag at a I, tofhe...