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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
TIHURSDAY'S MARKET. d,'erage Land Produce.-Wheat from tsa. (il. t& SIs. Gd. per bushel ; some smutty samples ft'. 9s.; upon the whole scarce. Misize 5s. to fia. per bushel; more phltntiful th?nu usual. No Barleyto day. Hay x:10 to I12 10, per ton. Straw £2 10s. to .?3 per ton. dAerage Da iry Produce.-- resh Butter 2s. to 2s. Gd per lb. Salt ditto lld. to ls.'3d. Fowls' 4s. to 5S. per couple. Geese none. Turkier Bs. Gd. to 7t. Gid. each. Ducks 7s. per couple. Sucking pigs 4s- each. Rabbits 3a t; d. each. Potatoes 8S. Gd. to Ilo. per cwt. Turnips 2d. per burch. Onions Gd. per lb. Slhlots Id. per bunch. Cabbage 9d. per dozen. Pumpkins 4s. to Ga. per dozen. New Colonial P'otatoes 10P. per cwt. Oranges 'd. to Is. 4d. per dozen ~ rather plentiful. A fewe Derwent Apples at Ss. per dozen, very scarce. Mr. M'Leny'a large box of butter was absent this week ; but thb butter dealers assured us it would come down.in two-fold quantities next week. Good accounts' of the tountry ; the wheat...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
'ib4 pfn?t 3itcltlF m1 c :tu .,rr"nals.--On Sunday the St. Gror,'e frmin Lonn don .23rd. January, via HIobnrt Town"i thi Inst; SCargo whrat and sundries.-Sanoe day' the Date ling, put back through stress of. weather, having' received some damnage.-Same day the Indu*itrq, from Newcastle 7th. Instant. Car go coals.--Ode Wednesany the Queen Ch/arlotte from Port Dal. rymple 11th instant. Cargo wheat, Wvool, and potatoes.--On Thursday the Triton from Leith, 13th December, IHobart Town 11th Iust. General Cargo.-- On Friday thie Iarmno,ny from New Zea. land 2nd. Inst. Cargo flax ond maize. Same day the Darling from ditto. Cargo fla, rlkinay and sundries. t JDeparlureas.--On Saturday the Gcorgianna, for Bombay via Hobart Town with troops.---On MoF - day the llesulution, for Port Dalrymple. Cargo snndrics.---On 'lursilay the Mlarr/ .Elizabeth, folf Port MamIcqTarie. Cargo stores &c. P:ojecl, d D)parltares.---The Lanrbton for Por" Stephens,..the Liberty/ for Newcastle this day? The Ni...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
To mar EDrmoa Or Tun SYrnSaT D11ON2TOR. The Autholtties" at Campbell-town lately [sent a Constable with n Memorial (addressed to Ills Excellency the Governor), about the. village and the adjoining districts, soliciting signatures; the prayer of which petition set forth the urgent necessity then was, to open a new line of i.*ad, to lead from Cahmpbell. town to "Menangle." Now Sir, I beg leave through the columns of your indepen dent Journal to usk the " Campbelltoniau Gentlemen" Why the indivuduls, (through whose f4rm the purposed new line of road is marked) were not asked to sign. the me. moial, above alluded to';--or at least have had notice given them (the said Individual) that such were the intentions of the Ct~mp. bell town " Authorities" ?. It am Sir, Your obedient Servant, ONE CONCERNED.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
ACCOOUNTAeNT, CUSTOM IIOUS1I AEI.NT, .And General Broker, for the purchase and disposal, by public, or private sale, of Merchandize, hIouses; Lands, Allotments, Leases, and property of every ldescriptionl. ;lortgage,- .Loans, and I)Dsciuuts negocia ted, and Insurances effccted. YOfice, 81, George-street. Attendance daily at the Custom Ilou?'. ON SALE, O NE Hundred and Fifty tons of Man , ritius sugar One hupdred puncheons of low proof ruins Seventy pipes of braody Brazil, Negrohead Tob icco, in bond and Cheroots Young IIyson, Imperial, and Gunpowder tens East India Piece Goods, by the package, consisting of Gurrahs, Baftss, .'alem pores, and Hearth rugs. Samples' of which, and Certificates of the Spirits may be seen at Mr. Gregsoa's Office. -DWELLING IIOUSE IN A MOST SALUBRIOUS AND ELIGIBLE SITU ATION FORI SALE. ruTO BE disposed of by private con . tract, that commodious three-story House, situate in George.Street, opposite to the late Naval Office, containing nine rooms, three on e...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
M(MOUtANDU1 FOR T711 ENSUING WERE. SJ High SWintcr,45 in. p. 10 miornx.--11 iight. LIjWih Walter, 16 rn. p.1I1 niorn.--35 in, p. 11in r4.'jLHigh WVLater, 6 m.p. 11 morn. EHiThg1 Wnter, 29 In. p. 12 morz.--41; m. p. 2 if. N j High 1 Vater, 15 an. p. 1 thorn.-55 m. p. 2 nf. ] Moon'a lsit Quarter, 19 In. p. 4 afternoon. ri. I H-1irl(Wtýear. 30 m.p. 2 mnrn.-6 in. p. 3 aif. uv, igu YV titer, 3.3 in. p. 3 ,aIoru.-5 in. p. 4att. Sun risLs. 58 in. p. 6-sets 2 in. p. 5. cat ec lip flctrcltologtcd Cable. -VARIATIONS OP TIHERMOMETER, &c. &C. rAKEN AT 9 1N TI1 MOnNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN T71E EVEINO INI1SPEeTIVRI.T. ATUR1)AY : 42168165S.. N. 'Clear 'UNDAY ...,. 66 6r(; Iq8N. 1)o: IONDAY .... 40 641 81S. & S. E. JClouJy T'UESDAY .... 44 60159WN. & N;1: Glenr NRSnAv 48564 S. fSholvere ' 'lip IJI1AY '50 5S56S. W.&S. hleavy inkn *r01:DAY ... . 2.60j5S S. & N. IClouly www4 S dI IOO 'ýf71ý$ ..i _rP
(SECOND LEADING ARTICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
(SECOND LEADILD O ART4ICIE.) The.paid Official organ of Govern anent of -Tuesday week, presented to the public the famous Address, with an ac eourit 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 abdcve is, that the public will learn in -futue:, what degree of credit to give to the Reverend Editor, in I ,.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, atpd 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. .Ionesty is always the best policy; but Strifling 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. SWe think it p...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. Lon'Doo UNnrtRanr-IT~.Yesterday the General Annual Meeting of the proprietors of the London University was held in the theatre of that establishment. Amongas nu merous persons of rank, or of eminence for talent, we distinguished, Earl Grey, Lord "li|5?op, Lord Auckland, Lord Durham. Lord Calthorpe, Lord Dudas, Sir George Phillips, Mr. J. C. llobhouse, Mr. VFaakerleý, Mr. Tennyson, Mr. Warburton, Mr. Sturch, Mr. Iume, lr. faring, Mr1,. Brougham, Mr. Monk ,(of Reading), Colonel Jones, and msany'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 (Cuncil be road. which was seconded by Mr. flaring. The Report was then read by Mr. Horner, the Warden. IT set forth the general prosperity and rapid progress of the Institttion. and the measures of the Council with respect to its funds, its library, museums, and other incidental depart. meats, -The. receipts in the year amounted, ...
THE SYDNEY MONITOR. MONDAY, JULY 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
•-~-- -_- ---w.- -- ,O.'-0,AY, JULY 20, 1929. The Ollicial Journalof Tuesday, like the wnountain in the fable, has been labouring the last week ortwo, and after hideous rumblings lihas at length bro..ght forth the mouse. The Editor's article is too. long, and too fuillof his own peculiar deilamation and hlyperbole, to induce us to answer it piece- I meal. Still we must notice iach parts as vwe imagine the public may -happen to consider worthy of refutation, becatcso the .leading articles of t1m Gazette are ".by command.'' The Editor' is not 'content to quote the description given by Bllaekstone of some of the judicial appurtenances of Magis tracy; but he must parody as it were, the thoughts and language of that great authority. B1at'kstone -says, " if a well mneani:g Justice makes any undesigned slip in his practice, great lenity and indul genou are shewn to him in the Courts of law ;". just as was the case the other day with our Colonial Court of King'a Bench, 'vhich would not visi...
ORIGINAL POETRY. TO MISS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
ORIGINAL POETRY1Y. TO MIS ----. 'Oft would I gaze upon thatface, 'Vhence such engaging sweetness flows, -And there in'silent pleasure trace '7J li' ingenuous traits it would disclose. "Oft too, por thoughts-would coalesce, Co iogenial feelings meeting there, .'When you in'converse would express, .Th'toppnion that your mind 'did bear. That knowledge which invests your mind, The vittuei which adorns your breast, Tlieirddpe esteem will always find, Their valueever stand confess'd; My 'feeble pen cari ill portray, The picture of your real wortll-; -But pardon than its weak essay, IYour lmerit only, call'd it forth. When, am far apart from you, : hilst faithful mem'ry holds her scaC My willing thoughts will you pursue, 'And fancy oft my reason cheat. Then may I hope that you'll bestow, Sometimes a friendly thought on me; £ThIat hope within my breast will glow, My constant cheering solace be. H. F. . "?! I c r = ???Iz?. ? ????r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
NEW A.DVRTXSE1PIENT S OF THIS WEEK. O0 Government Orders, N'otices, &c. IN TUESDAY'S, THURSDAYS', AND THIS DAY'S GAZETTE. Notice dated the 16th instant. Contains the names of certain friends of the Government, su:h as civil Officers, Magistrates, and those who have lately signed the secret address, and others, who have received permission to rent, Crown Land to the exclusion of others of II. hi. sub jects, weo have equal or grcater claims, to have their cattle and sheep preserved from the al ternative of starvation, or the grasp of th Jus tices' constable-imnpounders.. 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, Wil liam Cuthbert, Charles Weavers, Jonathan Leek, and William McDonald. &nbsp; Do dated the 17th instant, containing a list of ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
Making butter is attended with other expenses. A fine clinker-built gig was built at fort Macquarie by -the " clean' handed" men of 'that settlement for Mr. lMLeay, and was sent to. him freight free in one of the Govcrnment vessels. Wc `uppose this boat was built to convey the Secrctaty s butter to town.. It is singu. lar, that 'when ? Messrs. Bell and Smith, were discharged on the report of Colonel Mlorriset and Mr. Busby, that they did not nlgo report the building of Mr. 'AP'Leay's. boat to HIiis Excellency . The cedar that it was built of, was Government cedar, and the hands that built it were Convicts, fed and clothed by the Crown. W?e'bc lieve the Secrotary did give the men a present. Presents sometimles however partake of the nature of soi.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. - hau most solemnly assured ns, and offered to make aflidavit of the fact, That the fa...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 July 1829
EXECUTION.—On Monday morning Jo- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; septh Stephenson and James Barnes, expi- ated their crime (bushranging) at the usua place of execution. These unfortunate men were convicted of robbing the cart of Mr. Joshua John Moore, 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 offence his ticket was can- celled, and he was turned into barracks, whence he was removed to a road-gang. He ran away, accompanied by Stephenson. Barnes is nephew to a person living on the Brickfield-hill. They were attended by the Rev. Messrs. Cowper and Lang; they sang a penitential psalm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829
(tAIST LEADING ARTICLE.) &obernmtet ?otite. COLONIAL SCEL'TARY'd OFFICEs SYDNEY, JULY 13th, 1829. "'Lr]lE GOVEnnon has directed it to be L. . notified, that IIENRY DUMARESO, Esquire, Private Secretary to lisa Ex 'ELL?NICY, having returned from England, w vill'immediately resume the Duties of hi, `oince. y"' Z) His Excellenc3's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829
MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR C4831? OF TIIHE FOLLOWING ARTICLEL. Beef, per lb per joint ......... ..., 0" Miuttoi, do. do............ ...... . 0 '4 Pork, do. d.... ........ .....0 06 Be. f, per quarter, por lb..... ..... ......0 3 Park, per carcans, per lb....... ,"O 6 Breiad, per 21b.luaf ..... ... ......... O Butter, per. lb. salt Is. Qd. r b. ..'. 2 4 Checsc, do. from 8d to .1............ 1 0 Ten, Ifyson do. ............. .. 5. ' '0 Open Green d,2 . ........... .... ,2 9 Brown Sugar do. .... ...,,.. Forcign Tobbcco, do. .......,., ...,,. 3 0 West India Rum per gallon ......1..'.0 :6 ilollnudnt, do, ............14, 6 Brandy. do. ... ........15 " Cape White WVine, do. .......... 4 0 sherry or Madoira, do. ............ 7 6 itngiihil Brown Snp, per lb. ... ....'... O iMackie'i (av good a~ English) only .... 0 .oiooinial ould Cnadlea, do ............ 0" -
THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829
THURSDAY'S MARKET. Very little grbin was brought to market this morm ing. Maize is 1lokciug up. Vegetables are pret.y plentiful, nod sold'tolerably reasonable. Avera e Prices.--WVhcat 10s. to 1 s. Gd. per hushel' Mhiize Gs. to Gs. Gid. per do. Barley 5s. per do: Oats, none. .Salt lutter lid. to is. 63. per lb. Fresh. do. 2°. to 2s. Gd.. perdo. Checas, 10d. to " is. S3. per do. Eggs, 2s. to 2s. Gd. per dozen. Sucling pignc, 4s. 6d. to 7s. each. FowU!s, 3s..Gd. to 5s, per couple. Tuckies, 12s. tol5s. per do. Potatoes, 10a. to 12s. per cwt. Hay 41. 10s. to 5l. per ton. Strawt, 4 to 6 dollaru per load.
SELECT POETRY. THE CUCKOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829
ISE1LECT POZTRfY. THE CUCKOO. '1A1L, beauteous stranger of the wood, Attendant on the spring i Now heaven repairs th) rural s8at, And woods thy welcome sing. Soon as the daisy desks the green Thy certain voice we hear: Ilnst thou a star to guide thy path, Or ma.k the rolling year ? Delightful visitant ! with thee I hail the time of flowers, When heaven is fill'd.rwith music sweet Of birds among the bo?rers. 'The school-boy wand'ring in the wood To pull the primrose gay, Starts, thy curious voice to hear, And imitates thy lay. Soon as the pea puts on the bloom, Thou fly'st thy vocal vale, An annual guest, in other lands Another spring to hail. IS,veet bird ! thy bower is ever green, Thy sky is ever clear; Thou hast no sorrow in thy song, No winter in thy year ! "O could I fly, I'd fly with thee; We'd make, with social wing, Oar annual visit o'er the globe, Companions of the spring..
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829
,MEIMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. *.n I High WVatei, 36 m. p. 4 morn.-8 m p. 5 ev. SIii? h Water, 40 mI. p.5 morn.--14 p. 6 ev. F I-lig Water, 46 m. p. 6 morn.-20 m. p. 7 ev EHigh Water, 41 m. p. 7 imori.-8 night E High Wlter,.15 m. p. 8 mIorn. I igh ater, 30 im. p. 8 nimrn.-54 m. p. 8 nt SNnw Monn. 50 m.n. 2 afternnnn. 2 sri tgn 'V sater, 15 in. m. 9 nmorn.-37 min, p. 9 at. SSan rises. 54 m. p. 6G-sets 6 m. p. 5. .ed fd itcterrelogical bable.. VARIATIONS OF TIIERMNOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT-' IN TilE MORNING, 12 AT EOON, AND 6 IN TIIE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. SATURDAY.... 58i057 S. Rainy SUNDAY'.. ... 52562,S. & E. Rainy & clear MONDAY... .. 40 5450S. & WV. Showery TUESDAY ..:.. 2 5650 S. Rainy WEDNESDAY 48 6049 S. Do. THIURSDAY .. 486258W. &S. Clear rFItDAY .... '5( 65G60.W. & S. W. Clear & fine . Monday Morning-Very sharp frost. Tuesday--Bolcterous, with gales from S. and E.
MARCH OF MIND! [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829
MARCH OF MIND! A great writer says.---' Fon many years past, I.and my readers, and the ppblie in general, have been disgusted and shocked at the doctrines ficeld forth b tlihe Scotch fcclosophlcrs respecting many things ; and one of those things has ben, the propriety and necessity which they .have preached up, of permitting the violation of the tolmb, in order to favour'the " pursuits of science%" Some of these have actuall) piroposed, that the bodies of paupers ano soldiers should be consigned to tihetrgeons fr the benefit, of stiene. From thut vile place, the .1Morlern Athens, and from the cold-blooded human butchers of that place. these, abominable doctrines have chielh proceeled. At Paris too, the march ol saind seems to have made similar pro. grcess there, it is said, the butchern to whom are consigned the poor wretchce in the hospitals (.h what an abuse of that name!) are in 'thehabit of giving to agcd persons and incurable, cripples or, otLer patients, what they call tlis " ...