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MR. HAYDON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. King's Bench Prison, July 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

MR. HAYDON. TO "TIB EDITOR OF TBE MORNING CHRONICIC?, King's Bench Prison. July 2, 1827~. .Sa,--In The Literary Gazette on Saturday, was pub lished a Report of what had been spent by.the Directors of the British Gallery, and at the British Gallery, in favour of British Artists, viz:-- .75,000 in pictures sold!; £.14,000 mn pictures purchased by the Directors; and £.b 000 in premiums bestowed. PERuAPs, in my present state of bitter degradation, it will not be considered ungrateful in me to state, that I never received one guinea of the £.75,000 laid out in pictures sold at the Gallery ; that of the £.14,000 be stowed by the Directors in purchases, I never had the honour of receiving a shilling; and, of the ?.5000 be stowed in premiums, only . 100 was voted to me in a premium, and £100 as a present, during twenty-three years; that at this moment, my Judgemnent of Solomon is rolled up in a warehouse in the Borough I my Entry into Jerusalem, (once graced by the enthusiasm of the Three K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

__ ___o-e Curricle th pr withouit -? H nes, ~one set tein silver-mnounted, the othe plateJ. 'uTo be seen iaL Mr. C. Weayers, No. 10, Castlec _rea~l Street, Sydney. Sydaey .Niqv 29 A ? 27 .. CARIVSG, GILDING, LOtOKING GLASS, AND PICTURE FtA, ME MANUFACTORY. J I WEBSTER most respectfully and sircerely thanks . hii 'FPehlds, "andcr ihe Puhlie hn General, for the literal en ituia gement he huis hitherto met with, and beas to ifirarn thenm, that he has removed to No. 91, Castlereagh Street, where he. carries on the above Blranches of Business, in the most elegant and fashion able style. . N. BE Regilding and Bronzing. NOTICE.. 7?HE PAI'RTNIE RSH I P, hitherto subsisting between L Messrs, Monre and Keith, will be dissolved, by muitual Consent,;on the 31st .Dity of. December next. It is requested that all Claims on the Firm, may be sent in as nspeedily as .possible; and t'at.all Debts due to th " partnerkh'ip be paid into the Office;. O orge-street, W. H. ý.1OORE, 17'th NoV." i8-. EDWA IU)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

.GOVE RNMENT."NOTICE., : ConaMAL SCRUBTARY'S OFFridCe, DCumFa, 11th 127. H IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police 'of the Colony, viz. Windsor-John Kirton, Ship Larkins, to be Constable an, Scourger, from the 1st Instant, in the Room of 'William Reynolds, per'Ship Morley (1), resigned on the 30th Ul'imon; Edward Arm field, Ship Earl Corn wallis, free, to be Constable, from the 2d Instant, in the Room of Hugh Cromie, free, resigned on the 1st •of December; and John Spilsbury, came free, to be -Constable, from' the 6th Instant, in the Room of "James Union, caine free, resigned on the 5th of this Month. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. SALES BY AUCTION. To Gentlemen Caupitalists, and Persons desirous of Ob taining a Good family Residence.' BY MR. BODENHAM, Ou the Premises, in Prince-street, on Wednesday the e6th Instant, at 11 for 12 o'Clock, presisely. A LL that Subst.antially-built FREEHOLD RESI DE...

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English Miscellanies Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

English Miscellanies. Continued. .reason to think; that the negoications which -vefor?? ieen carrying on between the Em pero of Brazil vernmeit of Buenos Ayres, -.under the auspices of Lord 'sr-. are now' very far advanced ; and it is probable, the late u-tlee in Rio Q· p~ad,: in which both partieslhave suffered consld?1ta vy without any decisive result having been obtained by ei -0sr, .may entd to hasten the return of peace, by impres - '?ing~ both parties, with' the impolicy of exhausting their resources, in so unprofitable a contest. - Tn Marquis of Stafford gives ..70,000 for the late Duke ofIYork's . new.. house in Stable-yard, as it now S`-.stands unfinished. k Tas number of veteran and disabled seamen, pension ers inr Greenwich Hospital, amounts to about 2,700, of which 1,500 sit down to dinner daily at one o'clot k, in the long-hall. The - utmost order prevails until the boatswain, who takes his station at the head of the hall, .says grace.' Then a clatter of knives and fork...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

SYDNEY' MA" • ET -. 7 : :. Average prkie on q7udanti yod , .... . " New Wheat 6s Gd.-Old do. -7a.per Bt•shel _Maize 6s. 9. .-Barley 5s Od.-Oats Os. Od,-FinrieF- or. If.Od . sterl per 100 lbs.--Secod do. 13s. Od.--Broad 4 d "e?rlLo4 BHtter (salt) 2S 6d --Fresbh3e. 3d -Eggs Ia,.fitd per do... Colonial comu'on Cheese;2s. Od,--Fowls 3. '6d1. per couple -Ducks, G6 -Geese 6t. 0'i. each.--'Turkips. 13..-'-Turuimp Md. per rlunch.--Carrots 3d -Oniopn 41d. per tlh,--Pot a. toes (colonial) 22s. per cwt.-Bref per lb. by thae iai'rter 4&d by the Joiut 6d.-M utton 7d.-PIork 7d'---Vma o0 Lembns Is. pir io. -Oraisga 2s;, 6d. --Apri*tbts is.:d..L Apples Gd.---Straw 20s.p'eti ]ond--Hfy £.! 1 per tOn."' SMERCOHAN E)IZ. .'. * Hvson Tea, £12. per Chest of, 64. Ihs.-'.UmonO Grees Teq. £5. very .superior £7. --Sugar. Isle of Frnce. 4dfi.--. ". Tobacco per Basket 3s. 94,- rNegrohead 8s.- r- glih ,.; p per box 6d.~-prand ('vry pýr.co) 2s- m ( r 4.d , : Ions) 17s. Gdi.--Oi 29s 4 te wide per 8.r s, pe...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

MR. HAYDoN.--Mr. Haydon the. Historical Painter, has addressed the following Letter to the Editor of The Morning Chronicle: Sin.-The kindness with which you have received my first letter, renders me sanguine that you will grant the same indulgence to my second and last. THE misfortunes of any man who has devoted him self to a public line of art with credit, and with whom misfortunes have been generated by a want of a divided system of public encouragement, are not altogether private, for it is only by pressing on the public mind the ruin of each individual as it occurs, that sympathy first, and then public employment, will be engendered. I. have been told " I brought my troubles on my self;" that " I began by attacking the Authorities in Art." I deny this.-I began by being a most ardent and sincere student; I began by finishing my commissions to the utmost of my power, without wishing or desiring to offend a human being. At this early period a man of rank called and gave me an order...

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The late Lord Chancellor. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

The late Lord chancellor. IT was during one of his professional visits to.New .iastle, in the course of the Circuit, that Mr. Scott first aw Elizabeth Surtees,' ai'dsubmitted to her charms.. She was'then a very elegant young woman, possessing a fine person and interesting countenance; She was mild and sensible, and more remarkable .for a - domestic turn of mind than for any disposition -to cultivate the fashionable accomplishments of the day. Those who know any thing of provincial Assize Courts, need not be told, that a very considerable proportion indeed of the audience, but particularly that select 'part which finds accommodation in the neighbtourhood of the Bench, consists of ladies. -Miss Surtees, as she belonged to a very influential -class of society in Newcastle, usually obtiined -a conspicuous place in Court. Mr. Scott having now -but -little to do in the way of business, would send his susceptible heart a-gadding amongst the circle of beauties; at last it found a resting il...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

T ' TE MONITOR : MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17; '1827. GREAT wrath was expreissed at the Bank Meeting of Wednesday last by the Directors, and by. some of; the Proptiet6rs also; because it appeared, that many of the latter -hid become acquainted with "certain thingsasaid and done at sene of the late Boards of Directors. Be cause under the old Charter of this Bank, `it was tihe absuid custom to retluire the Directors to take an.oath, that they would not reveal any thing out of the Dircc tors' room, it seems to be held by some, with equal ab surdity now,' that the Directors are still 'bound, in point of honour, to:preserve the same strict secrecy. Now we humbly coirceive, that secrecy .is. to be ob served only so far as it 'would best promote the in terests 'of the Bank. ' This is the true rule, we con ceive, why secrecy is better than 'telling" all. But 'if thie tel'ing of secrets now and then, can be proved to be d chotesowe check upon odd sorts of proceedings, which a Director does no...

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HISTORICAL PAINTING. Copy of a Petition which Mr. Brougham was prevented presenting the last day of the Session of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

HIf TORICAL PAINTING: Copy of a Petition thich Mr. Brougham was prevented presenting the last day of, the Session of Parliament. ' To the lion, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Parliament assem bled-The humble Petition of B. R. HAYDEN, Historical Painter, now in the King's Beneh Prison: " SnHEwTu-That it is now eleven years since the Committee for the purchase of the Elgin Marbles, in concluding the report of their labours, submitted to the attentive consideration of the House, ' how highly the cultivation of the Fine Arts had contibuted to the glory, character, and dignity of every Governmept by which they had been encouraged, and how intimately they were connected with the advancement of every thing valuable in science, literature, and art.' " ThAT notwithstanding this earnest recommenda tion of an enlightened Committee of your Honourable House,-though great things have been done in the way of affording distinguished examples for the study of Nati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

SHIP INN, PRINCE'S STREET, SYDNEY. W" ILLIAM HICKEY avails hiniself of this op WV portunity of informing his Friends and the Public, ,Ra?.t he-has 1atel retsered, into; te' :Piubli~c1 fnened-' Mi siieses at the aboe -House, c manding oie of the most delightful prospects in the Town of Sydney., which,lye ;bas fitted up in a most comfortable mantlert; and. assures those of his Friends who may favor him with their Sup port, thatino exertions will be wanting onr his part, to .merit such a share of Patronage as they may feel dispos ed to impart to him. W. H. also begs leave to notice, that a constant sup ply of the choicest Wines "and 'Spirits will always be lkept on hand. N. B. Wines and Spirits Wholesale and retail,. . 'VALUABLE ESTATE FOR SALE. Mf9. be sold' by Private Contract, an Estate, with -'1" improvements, consisting of 470 Acres;' situated it t'enrith, in the District of Evan. Boundaries :-on the South by an East iin.of 136 chains 60 links, com utencing, at Woodriffe and Jamis...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

"Iti)ippng * nttURl igtwe,. ? . Arrivals--On S atrday, the Lambton Cutter fre?o P6if Stephens; on Sunday, the Hunter Schooner from&th~ Coal River. Departures-On. Friday, the Darling Schooner fd'r the; '.oal River; on Saturday, 'the Governor Phillip.' for 'Norfnlk Island and Moreton Bay ; on Sunday, the Lord Liverpool for Newcastle; this morning, thei Princt Regent for China. Projected Departures-The Ephemina for Hobart, Town on Tuesday; the Lord Rodney on Thursday ; the Herald Schooner for New Zealand in a few days. Remain in Harbour, with H. 1i. Ship Pandora, Ships, Afedway, Ephemina, John, Eliza, Loui?a, Elizabeth, Elizabeth. Brigs. -Bona Vista, Amity, Lord Rodney. Barques.-,Orelia, Lucy Ann.-Schooners.-Alligator, Harald, and Hunter.-Cutters.- Dart, (Revenue) Caroline, La.mbton, Northumberland.

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The following Letter says much for that enterprising explorer Mr. Hume. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

The following Letter says much for that enterprising ex- plorer Mr. Hume. Sir, I beg to inform you, that a few days ago, I returned from my second tour to Bathurst, which was for the purpose of pointing out the new line of road I had dis- covered to that settlement. (by order of His Excellency the Governor) to the undermentioned gentlemen, viz: Lieut. Wilford, Surveyor of roads; Major Mitchell, Deputy Surveyor General ; Mr. White, Assistant Sur- veyor; and Lieut. Shadforth, all of whom approved of the proposed new track. The range I discovered, leads off about 3 or 4 miles on this side of Mount York, in a N. W. direction: -it is the main leading range of that part of the coun- try, and is in general very even, lightly timbered, and is composed of good materials for making a road. - It is the dividing ridge between the eastern and western waters. The waters running from the east side of this range, form the principal sources of Grose River, and the second branch of the Hawkesbury ; a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME CIVIL COURT, Tuesday.- Fuller, v. Drake. The plaintiff was steward of a prison-ship, the Marquis of Hastings, of which defendant was master. The wit- nesses differed as to whether defendant was drunk on a certain day during the voyage to this Colony, but they agreed that he had by the orders of Captain Drake received thirty blows on the back with the end of a two-inch rope, which made him black and blue, and incapable of duty for three days. Defendant was not insolent to the Captain, but rather defied the boatswain who bastlnadoed him. If the defendant was not drunk at the exact time he was beaten, it appeared he had been so just previously. He had received however a good character for civility from the passengers, and was now a tide-waiter in the harbour. The Chief Justice said, a Ship at sea was a little government, and the master stood in point of authority as a parent, a guardian, and a master ofa large family. His authrity was essential to the com...

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Sydney, Dec. 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 December 1827

Sydney, Dec, 11, 1827. REV. SIR, MY letter of this morning, in which I expressed to you my sorrow for what took place before your congregation on Sunday evening last, you are at liberty to make public in the Police Office to-morrow; and if you favour me-so much, as to withdraw proceedings against me, upon that apology, you will much oblige,   Sir, your obedient servant, WM. M'CLOUD.   Rev. R. MANSFIELD. Upon reading these two letters, the Rev. Gentleman with-   drew the prosecution, with the permission of the Bench, and then retired from Court.

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. Grounds of the Landholders' dislike to open Ports. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

- :,w- .,.w i61' , 1,,....i ,? R ...S.. paratitelyC?,?t unt=iOe'j. i4I *i~ttoiut .the can get a rin4li pr, e oo te ptoduce bf thy lid. 'They are the, .ral sellers of /he-corn and the cattid. The farmr )as obi itrest is ?having a high price ; seeing thai his rent', his tihes, ad, all his out oings, are jn proportion to the price of' his prode. But, ftihi lind lord has a direct anti great intereste sin getting bigh rent, Jhich he c?inot dio, uaiass th?i'e 'be' h high price of, cance. He, tbierefore' i is; p fatetarit the yhin pfic; and high pri& he ibis?ui'ate, 'kntess he give up his estate to the Jewsi aid 'jobers, or tnlesshe obtain the taking off of more than one half of the ta'xes. He is frig htened at the idea of either priof thes e is shockedeing atn the thought of sweeping the streets or cracking stones on the high-way. He would take off th t axes, with all his heart; but, when he comes to call the roll of his relations and depet dents, he finds that if the taxes were r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

r lo I3E iLET, for two years,,a Cottage. with front .i. . and large, back garden, :ommuodious .yard4&e. in which is. situate a good. well: of. water, ,constawaly;, .sup plied. This cottagejlies in, Castleretagh-street, opp aite to the late Mr. Hose's (now Hills's T'' etin)--A'pply to the Ofice of Mr; Rowe; in Castlerendhi-street. .VER ,EN 'NOTICE., . , Coi*fi?Si±; SEcdTT'Anir's OFPIC,: 18th'~e. 1821. Pi-ERSONS., wishing. to' erect any kind of bbuildintY 1 on their tillotments in ?ddney, are required tb, gire notice therieof at the office of the .Civil Engineer .ot,,. any day, except Sunday,: between the bhours of six aiid twelve o'UVkik m :tlie forenoon, for' the purpose .of learning the :liieof front laid: down; with reierenee' to the Streets existing buildiilgs. A book will be open.-d at the Engineer's Ofice iinithe left-hand column, in which it is requested,.the buildtr will insert the exact Situation of the iint. nded'buildi i%.: togethelii itLh suc othier ilarticubirs, ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

I -I _. vii 1 i I t ""' , i(." : "l lt · ` . SugM°tO NDVrM FoR Tas EN88u4N WEE. SI .Slirn rises 57 min. pass 4. : I High Water, 5 min:.past:Io Mri--or.2 mia.n paut 1o.f.. - uI s.btb 9 min. past7. S New Mopn1I0 sin. past Midqig1t. H igh. Water, 45 poast '10Morn.pl Kt. ' Hih.Water, 16 min. past11 Morn?-35mia. past 11 Nt. 1.* 14E D liouti 18 iniri. rohgb:.. .. - ... S:ItOMASS lod'gest day. I High- Water'3" ilur. past' li Forenoon. . +Solertrs Capricornu?, 3b-min: past "11' Nt. ; " High Water 29 min. past 12 Morn.- 46mln. past 12 Aft. < I Equation of Time.--Sun on the meridian of Sydney. I ,. in 13 see. before 12 mean time. . S4th Sunday in Advent. m ?j High Water 15' "in'. piast I Morn.-.55 min. past 1 Aft. ?'?l The.Sun' and ti -:eia'Mkoon'is s ag ,d.ays. .' . jiHigh Water, 3 Oiii. pinrat 2 Mtrn" -6 min. prat 3 Aft. aurI?sNots .or ,THIERMOMZTaB, &c. &, TAKhN AT 7 IN Tm. RaOaNtl, L2 'Ar .Noot,,AMoD IN TuiB rBNUINO: srshPEC ....TIVELY . . ....... MONDAYo..... 7...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

THBURSDAY ?VNING, D CIMBER 20, .1837. Smoi( + T urf Club and of the Goverment, ;would have called for some remarks frin us oft ~aediatorial ratture, 'but we wish to see. the inale of this polidt l i zisinderstanditig before we enm up for the sideration of tle Jurl 'of the publicd. 'These are stiihabtaimnes we livei. . Wueabw esetme i?t strictures.on Sir' Thomas 'Bris bane b t ~'t? t ib s jo 'tlbuin' s Revenue-account for. the "b 12.p5. 'l ,reatders of corase understand, that wltevert prase` or demerit we have already attributed. or mn attribute to this account, the present Adminis trtio#hlas nothing to do with it. WA have- already discussed that 'list of expenses, wl?liii the aocount.' lately published, is placed under the ~a? tif 4 Disbursemens." The next' bunch'of Itemrns is classed hnder the, rord "uJmcvui" and consist of the o? lo wiag . . No. . : Dollas. Sig I1. Slupteme o? ??irt '(e-tusive :of salary . of Chief Justice) .....°.. ..... .. 9698 or 6,217 12. Court of Requests ......

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

cae.ngprttce on e~ntf" *old , 4....&:. ý, w; *a *· ~ , MERCHANUDIýt *Hi-.spn .Tea, £12 per Che~t of ,64, Ibs.-4louwoR.~i T.'a £5. very.' suurior £7. --Sugar lie uE of -ronee40." . Tribas o per Racket 38. 9d .-Necpobei~d4 8s.-Eng1bs~t' iir'~ as 54rBrandy (vey anrte) 20 -Runvj~ fr}aJ. rid h $ t ) sa"ýda ýcilnr ' ý;·' ' 1.s) 197k 64L .-(ll ý,I e~.-Whit' wiiie per op, l 8. Orfl pe'ý t ý'mn-.Red Wi ne sn tb 1e2a. 6d.. ice,32b{ 6d. .pit Turleyca EN le per -tº s, ºýFýe ' o ..1t .ºc l~eý 1iua per 100 Ibs.--Seeuuiu do. 136. Od.4-tBreacLf. 4 b *Loaf e-r'otatve3. lie to .2Fi j.er.cwt~r-BW ter. (ast) 2, -1~ret.li 3#,;' -Jb~aa Is ' z.C naI commtoý (itwe~ee is. 4d,-.-FVia 6etti- ~~ (ieese IN14).''per~ aieou1P- 1''irkleý Y6i.--Tnrnipa 3d. per bun ch Utwrut"N 3 -.'LO~ t 3*4ftd j.t Itr.--3t'ef per lb. b l'tie~ 4ulutret4 d' j :Iiy th Joint' 6d.=-Muauton 7ri+i.-tPork 74 13.en 1.i Gl.r14 .per.bb--Hams°: e I. Bd:c d--Vcal ~.1 Lenns . uPr-pe a dou -O1r-a g. a.2e. 6dr.-Aprkct%;.l; lS * App1e. ;d.....

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EXPENDITURE. Disbursements on account of Civil Salaries. FIXED SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 December 1827

. EX PENDIURE. te Disbursements on account of Civi Salaries. Id FIXED SALARIE S. 1., Law. gent of the District,.from Ist ýd Nov. 1825, to 31st Miarch 1826, 6 5' ' : a. 2. District Surgeon, from iit Oct. 1825, -. . to 30th June 1826, -. - 45 0 0 . 3. Do. Translator, from do. to do. 28 2 6, 4d 4. 1st Clerk in the Landdrost's Office, )r from 1st Oct. 1825, to 30th Sept. 1826, - - 22 10 0 t 5. 2nd. do. from do. to do. - 30 '0 0 6. Chief Clerk in the Secretary's Office, if from do. to do. - - 60 0 "'0- ' n 7. 2nd. do. do. from do. to do. - 22 10 0 8. 3rd do. do. from do. to do. - 22 10 0 9. 2nd Messenger from do. to do. 11 5 0 . 10. District Schoolmaster itt Stellenbosch -from do. to do. - - 30 0 0 11, D)o. at the Paarl, from 15th Dec. 1825, to do. - 8,18 I1-2 'r 12. Do. at Somerset, from 1st Oct. 1825, to do. . - - 11 5 0 13. Teacher of the Slave School, from Ist e Oct; 1825, to 3Qth June 1826, 18 15 0. 317 0, " . ALLOWANCES. .14. ,Landdrost, Heemraden, and Se?re-, tary, ·gtendance at O...

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