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NEWS BY THE LOUISA. THE UNFORTUNATE GREEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827
THE UNFORTUNATE GREEKS &nbsp; (From the Morning Chronicle) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Rotterdam Coureat? contains a letter from Sala- mis, communicated by the Austrian Observer, that gives &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; a circumstantial account of the operations at Athens, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; which terminated so unfortunately for the Greeks. It &nbsp; &nbsp; has been again and again remarked, by military men, &nbsp; that operations, the success of which depends on the whacking? the enemy on several points at the same time, &nbsp; &nbsp; are of all others the most hazardous, because it seldom happens that some unforeseen circumstance does not retard or prevent one or more of the divisions; in com- &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827
c gg ( g Ogf g N ASS5t, i ANDPIITURE FRAME MANUFACTORY. ,: .WEBSTER mbst respectfully and sincerely thank s .. his .Friends, and the Publie in General, for the liberal encouragement he has hhitherto met with, and begs to inforp them, that he. has removed to No. 91 Castlereagh Street, where be carries, `.on the above Branches of Business, in the most elegant and fashion able style. ?a!.: . . Regilding and Bronzing. A T a GENERAL MEETING of theTURF CLUB, held at ..the. Sydney Hotel, on Saturday, the 1st December, i1827, It was Resolved, lst.- That, in consequence of certain public Statements :mnade relative to the late Dinner given by the Turf Club, ip Commemoration of sir Thomas Brisbane, as 'njurious' to the Clib generallyi as tb'certaih Individ als belonging thereto, an immediate Enquiry be insti tuted into the truth c.f those Statements, and the nature of the Circumstances connected with them. 2d. Mr. Wentworth, having been asked by the Club, whether in his Speech, he meant either...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827
CHANTER. 1HI' celebrated thesrut Coach'Horse,"who, for"dize, -symnmetry, and .strehgth, stands uinrivall din the'Co lotny,will' sthind this Season attthe' paces apd.on the days., specified below-Viz. At Mr." Deane's, Western Road, on rMonidays. S.Mr., James Underwood's Half-way House, Tue.sdtys; Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys P.rramatta and ,Mr..Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, :Wednesdays. Mr. D. 'Siallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. ".r. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. ..Mr. Jokhn Worip, Nepean, Saturd4ys. Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and one Dollar to the. Grogot. - I' - NS, ... PRINCE'S 'STRET, SYDNEY. W IVt &LJAM -HICKEY .avails himsel'fof this op V .portiuiityo-6f inforring liis Friends nid the "Public, tlhat he ?ls. lately entered lhtiothe PublictlicehSetl Bu si'ness at'the above IIHobse, commanding one.of the most delightful prospects in the Town of :Sydney, which he has fitted up 1h a most comfortable 'manner; and assures those of his Friends who -may favorhim with their Sup px,r...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 December 1827
Arrivals.-None. Departures.-The ship Waterloo, sailed for Batavia, on Thursday last. Yesterday sailed, for Batavia, the ship Marquis of Anglesea. Projected Departures.-The Ephemina, is announced to sail, for Hobart Town, on the 13th instant. Remain in Harbour, with H. M. Ship Pandora, Ships, Medway, Orelia, John, Frederick, Eliza, Ephemina, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, and Louisa, Brigs.- Gove; nor Phillips, Amity, Woodlark, Perseverance, Mary, Bona Vista, and Lord Rodney.-Schooners. Alligator, Hunter, Prince Regent, Isabella, Prince of Denmark, Waterloo, and Got e:nor Arthur. Cutters.-Dart, (Revenue) Lord Liverpool, Emma K.Kemp, and Lambton. Sloop.-Fly.-Barque Lucy Anne. tu i d i' tn nr·ilnlnnmI IIl? , mm Imn IIH Inlngl ,'
MR. BANNISTER'S BOOK. The Ship England, at Sea, 18TH DECEMBER, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
:,a;...,: c, ;: 1:1:1.c:' M N 'AN I STE BO:O 'l:n.,idcKý5 a 't" S IMY, LORD , . !;i . :;;,u, - o,. I r - •i ; . , "i take the liberty, t lay a ser?7,tes, of documerits efo'ore your Lordship relati 't y reitvitl on 'tlie lth hf October, by his Excellen??y the G6vorir?I of New 88th' Wales, from:the post of Hi? Maje.sty's Attorney,;General in_ that colony.;, and; to certai'n, gross slanders published Sgainst me, in regard, to nPy ofiei, n thie very hour ,qf ny removal beiig announced' bs a resignation. These' ideuiments' are suifficiefitly fuil 'in particulars, and clear nItheir; meaning,; I believe;. tq jnstify 'my sparibg your - Lordship:the trouble: of a .,long, preiiminary cor~pme4~t,. But this appeal is. made, inasmuch as the ruin, or .uccesp >f iny future .life are involved in it; .and the ruin of Mny rian is no triyiidhm'atter. To provt' that, him 1 i a gitaftor of foolish- questiiotns, -I can fortunaltely ':prodt?dce *umerous instances in the last.eighteen ,months, 'of my. t...
SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
SSYDNEY,.MARIKETS. Average price on quantity sold :--o New Wheat 6? 6d.; -Old do. 7s. per BiIshel.-Maize 6s. 9d, --Barley 5s. Od.---ats Os. Odi:Fine Flour, 16s. qd. sterling per 100 lbt,-Second do., 138. Od.-Bread 44d. per?2lb. Loaf.. Butter (salt) 2s. 6d --FreshSs. 3d..-Eggs Is. 6d,per dz.- Colonial common Cheese 2s. Od.-.-Fowls 3.. 6d. per couple. -Ducks 6s.---Geese 6r. Od. each,--Turkies 13sl,--Turnipp 3d. per bunch.--Carrots 3d -Onions 40d. per lb.--Potg. toes (colonial) 22s. per cwt.-Beef p~er lb. by the .quarter, 4jd by the Join; 6d.--Mutton 7d.-Pork 7d.--Veallod. Lemons Is. per.doz.-Oranges 2s. 6d.-Apricbts Is. 3d. Apples Od.r-Sl aw 20s. prIoad--Hay L£,'I perton. MERCHANDIZE, . .,> * Hyson Tet, £12, per.Ghest;of 64 lY..-Comnmont Green Ten £5 very superior £7.:-Snugar Isle of France 4}d.- Tobacco per Basket.3s. 9d.-Negrohead 83.-English Soap per box 5*d.-Brandy (very scarce) 20s.-Rum (per 5 Gal Ions) 17s. 6d.-Gin 20s.-White wine per pipe. £18.. or. 4p; per Gallon-Red Wine i...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
WV are' glad to learun, t' SMritmtctg; aiuthbor of the." Menqijr p Maoee n4. s(e 4 p)l! b nsDOE4J Ori-· plted a trarnlatiwn.if ,that} cl twpfie4 wrijte s d~rrus lcmi"on6 ott !,thercleveteatt workewi Vec. Ptz he& agarimst Intoleranee. and "disq ualificatiOtv' f every 'kinodon nc count. of diffeiezee of re1ig'iPtr5 d . Wr ire the more pleaped,to 8ee:3erw s4 wifitig? jii on ag in tbi's good cauise,. ;inaaoucli as.-,(owing; tQ ,tb4 ,bINAN04q9: 4gdistepcy of ,English lawe)l they -iea teliei td'vftotn; n y causes of conap1pint wh brveu ,ether gago itots:++ýýItiii nrr. No.' 81, Gedrge~ 6'isUtfg': % i New 8echr+ I"Wale:. BDITLD,' VRIU?4TA), ·AN IPUOLhi~f&; i: THI. PROVRIRT4R1
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
,,; -,' . - l,, (-j"I , 't.i tPf: ?J ',-??- J ,, ,'?I ?. , : r '1High Water 41 iiro .r-4--i5 tin. .ast 1 At., :. I Sun sdts 8 stiiift lE7. ?: . -. , , . I High Water, 30Gpast'2 I8rni--6 min,:pst; 3 Aft.? : SLast Qiiartor of MoonC28 mint past tl. Morping. . . ' High: Water, 33 min.papt 3 , aprp..-5 min. past 4 Aft;. Day 14 hours 16 min. lo. 4 High Water.36 min,s pt ,4.Morn .-8 min. past 5 Even. Moon 29 days s1.' .. ; . " " " -i . 1 HPigh Water 40 min. past 5~ord.-184 min, past 6 Ev. j" h We Equation of Titne.-?-tin 6 the` meridian ' of Sydne '. " 5 min. 1 sec.; before lnmeanL tinhe." , ;0 3rd Sunday in Adveit. .j'jr I. .: , J .C -High Water 46 mini. pait. bMprn*.*-*O mip.:pr7l Rv. Si ~ I High Water,4 min past ZMorn ?-8 at Night. "'* ; VAIA"TIONS OF .T . R K AT 7 N THE W 1849IA ....Fr; 701 82 . 721 , .oy THRS"DA....Y . ..8 7 8 8 81 69 . .Fine.o . FRDA. . . 72. 84 72 'Do , ,.i,,". " , uRDAY...... ....731.84 76 jDo. ' Su , .'......., 8.?? 98 87? Clou?V, bti very hot' "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
F OR SALE, a London-built Curricle with or without L IHt?iuess,. one set. being silver-mounted,t.he t-oert plated ,. TI be.s een at Mr. C. Weavers, No. 10o Castle reagk?'treet,diiey.- .-- -- -__.. - . 'Sydney, NovS29th, 182,... : ' ?WO POUNDS REWARD. STRAYED between Pye's and Wiseman's Ferry, about .a month ago, a Chesnut Horse, star oa &he forehead, stands a little over, and branded MB on the near side under the saddle, rather illegible.---Any person giving such information to the undersigned as may lead, to the discovery of the Animal, will receive the above reward. R ..OB.RTCRAWFORD. Hilllahd,:Prospect, .- , . N ov. 27, 1827....... : : .,;.·":a-Wnt or t1aS ,~- 1 - S UPPLES.--Wantedl for; the ?,~hy 1 M1issionary So Sciety's settleme?rt at N44.'eala'n'd "'e;300"' lbs. Beef salted' int the'Colony or Irish (casks included;)f 19,771 do. first flour ' 27,375 do. second do. 2,240 do. Ship Biscuit, ' . 448 do. Arrow root. ' . 2,472 do. Sugar -' ". . ; o00 yards Parramatta cloth '...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
Arrivals.--dn Tuesday, the Alligator, A. Daysdell, Master, from Port Macquarie, whence she sailed on the 9th instant, with a cargo of maize and sugar. Passen gers-Lieutenant Innes, and 12 men of the 39th Regt. arid 12.prisoners, Mr. Scott, Mr. Ellis, Miss Crown, and Mrs. Mathews and child; also, the Darling Schooner from the Coal River; last night the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle. Departures.-On Wednesday the Marquis.of Anglesea for :Batavia; on Thursday the Governor Phillip for. Norfolk Island. Projected Departures.-The Ephemina on Monday or Tuesday next;. the Lord Rodney for Hobart Town in a few days.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
' To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR ""' SIR, . ' ON Wednesday last, one of the Xiib0ers of No. 2, Iron Gang, named John Farral, biitt more coni ni only known by the cognomen of "Doctor Farifal,' met a sudden death by a rock falling on his body yWhile at work on the Western Mountain Road. A hfessenger was imnmediately despatched to the Coroner of the Dis ti'ict, but to no effect, as he was foundJo be indisposed ; 'a circumstance which, it is to' be lamented, too fre quently occurs in this neighbourhood. 'The messenger then proceeded to Windsor, to acquaint Mr. Coroner Howe, who was found already engaged iri taking ah Inquest, and he could not attend; the dead body was in consequence, suffered to be exposed on a sheet of bark, from Wednesday until the Saturday following, the most appalling spectacle.The man who was at length intrusted to bring the remains of the deceased to the grave, and to. perform the' duty of parson, clark, and grave-digget, allowed the body to remain between two piece...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
Prorogation :of ParlhnedEadit(Chardeferr #eh eaaioný. Bloab f coiiie, o ithb Je tish eta*cahomyae plub lie ll .a. ry tee Wtdteitibn. Of ptaomises, i :since the i?ee; there liasbeiSh aolao k,.nd t:_ved yo -, seemn to 'ha iriishbinfthaelightiseffseeet v whe ge til'oanditibri -6ohq lab&si If the 4aiflrnb e .with wIidh the .prb 'Mied of a:i ie~r Minittr be .-eeiverd, be unjit,it is tbotrist e' l'atwit a prediet confidentlyt that the same idiftrehce iWill' t ;he' ;manifested it the i.iprtEal~ are pefofrmed. -As Parliament .has -now separated, pae niay be allo4ed t'o look- -For a- moment aF the general effect of 'the latechai?ges in the Ministry, dpon ithe honies of those who have .advocated ;the causg of civil'adud religiou' liberty, rettenohmnent,-and the -re form of abuses; and we .?till feel undiminished confi dence in our opinion;thlattlie best interests of the nation have :been promoted by the support which the great body of the liberal party'in both 'Houses have givel ?Mr. ...
TURNPIKE TOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
plaiiata tobo4eanow htuate shTeS-k qpe rsi kwm igftr la?tho o charg.' W ?ePk ageeraD?,i othet ColoA:y S., a M ?e lt? ,eioin e. .i?jo hes the. , .., 4i4renu,9; A?e glt V, '9rW . ".q.?- -? shall _et ip&thodi?gtga .nowi?ietfiv e 0 is ik ' t thy gragt inrs the tortend- ?o th ee- i no usic ror hiand t~ieistice oo rs.o 'Fthel?opaianttrhen des hind h Cor . o , tS ' a?a?tid no juris t em io n mus s hav ea e rdnc, t ue t thh e hgeonel t eneie dy, and rather than venture into so atpensive and.for;madi ta:r?Cou t, thei stoatedeiipnt:puwllepr tvith tdha entorae. I Eno landg thfort sui tth r3angwl as aiit appoairC .1 e ,aesA` 'tl$ : t?" d ýwuhjit to ht Tuanpike Tolls. . . . a Airy iattAk hatii ee itly sefted, 1 ihouldq ot stahtemep o relat?,lv; te it,,, Ap &lt;,wi;.spp rpSt, ip 'rot odiu gisteris .Pishouald; not now h ve:.tevived the anubject, t;di I not thiink i fiiight have a. tendentl tos eYn:it re. persgns, o esseaby tu rinikeito 1nIlfePors and lessees, resoIutely andd ligen ...
THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
, D "-URSDAY--- -V -N,1G, D- CEMB' R' 1 . l8.?: :THE. meeting oif the Proprietors of- the ld Bank, took place on ' Wedneday, cco'ordli to public adver tisement. Mr,. Cox of Clarendon, was unanimously called to the Chair.. Wei have given- a?vtiefl'; report of the proceedings in: .another Coluu?,pin.?.. ,. W'enttwortp_ Sas'well as Dr. iWardell, advanced a principle of finap.ee, withi respect to' the conducting the :.discounts of the .] ank, ,which we consider- will work. injury every Wtay; we shall therefore take this opportunity of .ak ing a few 'remarks thereon,. They observed, that the prac tice of the Bank had hitherto been, to dff'use their dis counts' asmuch as possible .among all -applicants for loans, giving a preference only to Proprietors. This play, the Gentlemen in question, considered an erroneous liberality on the pert of the Bank". Their opinion was, that a Banking Company should do business the same as any mercantile- Company : They should so 'conduct their business, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
'irtunt itofifdroii1g his Friends'al id'tle }i", that. -hlatel --.entered into-the, Public 'lihcehed' B?u siness atl?tet abmiVal-'lose, e iiimatidibgotg o of the ,aie©t delightful prospects in the '1dbWn'ofi Sydney, which bhe &lt; thto of hiii FriWIdv.h6r lj'fav} i i dith. di:it'i posrth l tt n s iar 'abiitib ziff *? g ýn++btiýrg i ' isý t z merit"ýuCh a sbare of Patrongae as they niay' 6d sjp'di SV. H. also begs leave to idtice, tiait a cohtthiit ~jp" ply of the choicest Wines da; S.~ rtsp vi qad w be ,ept on hand. N. B. Wines and' Spiats Who1esle and,' retail. to . ·a B Y MR. PAUL ,-n. Saturday,. the 15th. di~frjbf"'P eeember next, at the Reildenpe.of Mr, 1~qv?qI ? York-streeS.lýy. order. of the. Trusteei of l.the (it dt of the lateM. Croaker. '" A quantity of VALUABLE HOUSEHOT . FI~t, NITURE ; comprising chairs, dining and; Pembroke! tables, sofas, chests of drawers, dressingrglasses. four~.: post bedsteads, .and various other auefti householi articles., S Th'+eris pldo4t...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE intense heat occasioned by the hot winds, on Sunday last, was almost insupportable. At Parramatta, the thermometer stood 105 in the shade, at one o'clock, in the afternoon. &nbsp; &nbsp; TUE Rev. RArP. MAevSFIELD applied to the Bench'of Magistrates yesterdIay, for a summons'against a person named William M'Clbud,: whod is1 'charged With having entered the.Macquarie.,Street Chapel, on ,upday evening last, in a state: of intoxication,'and with disturbing the, congregationi by very inmproper conduct' Siuicmons granted. .0.. As the Amelia,. belonging to Mr. Snith, of'''the Coal River, was going out of thel !h'arbour :on Moindav,:sh'e was fired at by the man-of-war, and brought up; for pot, having lowered her peek, and taken in her gaff .topsail,. while passing H. M. Ship. 'She ?vas detained till Tues day for ber'offence. .I?' Bank Meeting, Wednesda:. This day was appointed' by puiblic.'advertisement, for ta king into- consi eration various matt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 December 1827
Supreme Court of Judicature; New South Wales: . A TRUE ncud PERFECT SCHEDULE 'of all Estates a?'d Effects;, beloiging to the u uderi 'taietibnd Pcrsoun A committed to the Care of the Registrar of this Court, under the Act 4tli Geo. IV. from the 1st Day of '(September, to the 1st Day of December, 1827, and also of the Payment mride thereof, With the Balanice gppear~ ing on'the samne. r* '. , Monies vested in Claims preferred Church -4 School Names. Monies received. Payn ents m'ade: akd ir'course o Funds, bearing Balance. Investigation Interest at 8 per Cenrit. per Anntim. Michael. Minton ..... ?. . .539 6. 0 £.130 19 9 £.23? 10 0 £.345. O 0 £a. 63 6 3 Sophia M. Fowler.. 300 1 5 198 2 1 127 8 'S 101 19 4 WVm. Jessop....... .... 57 8 6 1 0 " ' 55 0 0. :'' '6 Patrick Diley ....... ....103 9 2 28 3 9 , 75 5'5 Anslie Magraw "........ i6 9 2 ' 03 .. '"7@; 66 2. Peter Hussey .......... 9 19 10 0 3 O .9 16 10. Thomas Kershaw........ 300 0 0 140 7 10 140 7 ? 159 12 1 Peter M'Cullum ........ 1...
(MR. HAYDON. THE GREAT ARTIST.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827
(MR. HAYDON. THE GREAT ARTIST.) To THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER. SiR-Perhaps you will have no objection to permit, .. me to state a few facts connected with my misfortunes,. as a Public Meeting takes place ro' minorrow, at i.the" Crown and Anchor Tavern,, Strand,--For the first 16 years of my life I never incurred a law expence, and for the last seven I have paid £1,400. for law. IN 18e3 a bill of £60. was' due, I carried a £50. note, und begged a week for the X16. balance--it -was granted--with many professions' of resptct--Capias writs were at that moment in. the oficer's hands !-?tb.e next morning I was arrested. On my explanation,. the officer was so disguted, that he took my word and refu sed to go to the other party. I paid £18 1 9s 6d, ex penses on the £10 balance. On the writ was written, '" take bail for £10." THa' persn who 'has imprisoned me, lent me £44 10`" which I promised to-pay out of'the: balanceof my-last . picture. From the. pressure of law expenses, having paid, wh...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827
I'I Ms B~Ri voearIn lay?ly alluded'eto some of the peculi arlites which distingulsh the House of Lords. He said He in Eiglafd, as not a republici iat all, but a warm frrend ofthd .ixed GoVernment, which had been so friendly to our lih?rties, after the'experienee 6f- near a century and a half. - e only, desired to:see all its branches restored ta their original purity; and were the Commona in possession of their ]ut share in its as well as the other:two branches, he.deemed. It as perfect a form of p'oicy as cquld be framed.. In this spirit he rejoiced at the late activity of the Upper House He looked for permanent good 'coming out of passing evil. He always had lamented that the Lords met so seldom, and attended so little to pil?lic affairs. He had often said so to leading men, of liberal principles, among themselves. They noif had become extremely active and regular in attendance; the Lord's House was become a great place of discussion As loug as it deliberated with open doors, and ...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827
' g MM)OUANlM, PFORB: IE BNSUING WaUE. l Sun rise 17 sniu. past 4. I High Water, 5 min. past 10 Morn.-25l'in." paist 1 Aft. s un sets 9 min. past 7. New Moon 10 win. past Midnight. High Water, 45 past 10 Morn.-1-1 Nt. , SI High Water, 16 min. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Nt. 1 ) Day 14 hours 18 min. long. SI .St. THOMASs longest day. _ . "High Water 36 in. past 11 Forenoon. J I Sol erters Capricornus, 3bt min. past 11 Nt. High Water 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 'min. past 12 Aft. Equation. of. Time.-Sun on tihe meridian of Sydney. I 1 min 13 sec. before 12 mean time. 4th Sunday in Advent. --I - I .HighWater 15 min. past I Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. I The Sun and the Goat Moon's age, 6 days. High Water. 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. prat 3 Aft. VARIATIONs Of TIIERMOMETER, &C. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THIb "LonINO, 12 A'r NOON, AND 5 IN TIlE EVENING ?BSiSEC TIVELY. OeioDA ...:.... 79 89 741 Cloudy TUEiDt .......... 86 72 Cloddy WEDNESDAY.... "72 I 85.80 Fair TuUiEgy .,. 76 ;it' 82 ...