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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sydney Gaol, July 20th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

To TMn EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MoNITO1i ? s?,dney Gaol, July 20th, 1829. SIn, I was put in here for debt, the privilege of a ticket of-leave man (such as I am, or rather was) being, to pay all he owes, but not to blo paid by others. I got a verdict in the Court of Requests against Wood, a clerk to nMr. Ilely, and against Morton, a free man, with whom Wood lodged. They still refuscd to pay me. This was about seven molths ago. I told Wood I sllouhl take execution out against hiri. Ice told Mr. Hely, and one day the latter sent for me to his office, and told me to be careful wi:at I was about ; that I had no right to take out execution against Wood, he being a prisoner; that he (Wood) alleged ho had already paid me the money ; that I had better be carefed; and that in short, if I did not drop it, 1 should lose my ticket. I do not know whether Mr. -IHely meant I should drop it against Morton ; but at. all events I became afraid, and have never taken out execution to this day either ngainst...

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VENERABLE QUERIES FOR THE FRIEND OF K. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

VENERACLE QUERIES FOR TIIE FRIEND O: K. C. Is it true that a certain personage wroto to na University-bred Clergyman, that by the corn iaund of His Excellency he. was no more to attend the Committee of the Churj a Corporation ? SJo it true- tit a Iia ,EL t clea4 nevergavoe;uc commnand, and ever wat onsuited tbereonr? " -Is it true that the said gcat mas kfferwnrds af: firn:ed he could not remember that he ever wrote such a-letter ? Is it true that the said personage has threatened to suspend the veteran Mr. Maraden, whose charactar a- t home, compared with that of the said great man, is likoe omparing a raw studeit with a patriarch ? A Gentleman lately arrived from 'England as serts, that the Goveirnment of this Colony was of fred Sir James Msacin.toh, and was refused by him, but not positively:; and that Sir G. Murray had still hopes, that tl'e ill health of Sir Jame, who is an old inhabitant of Madras, as a Jud .e, would induce him to accede to the King's wishes. If Sir James be o...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

.Arrivals.-On Friday, the JT'illiam Stoveld, fro'i Lcih, Feb. ?t. and Hobhart Town, the 18th Inst. -General cnr.r. Passen!rers, ?tssrs. John Scou rall, Wm. IIamilton, andnDaie i Egan. Steerago- TWn. Olighorn. .Departures.-None above hStons. Projer?ed Dcp.rture.s.-Thc Eli=a, for London and tvev Isle of France ; Ni.nrod, for Manill ; reit'ernr Phil lip, for Port It!il: s ; Caroline, for the Sen Fishery ; Ht.i., for Port D)alrymple ; and b?lutstry, for New Zealand, to-morrow the Elizaoeldl, for the Sperm Fishcry, the 1st proximo ; D)ragoa., for the Isle of France, via Timor, on th 2d prouino. .,,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Hawkesbury, 17th. July, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

To TIlE EDITOR or THE SYDNEY MONITOR. , awkesbury, 17th. July, 1829. SIR, I am no politician, but I am a lover of freedom, and a constant reader of your Jour. nal.; Indeed I have seldom an opportunity of perusing the Government Gazette, as it is nio favourite on my side of the Hawkesbury and finds not its way to our district. Having heard of the Grand Address which. was said to be signed by the respectability and intelligence of the Colony, my curiosity prompted inme on a late visit to Sydney to ask for the Gazette, but iune host of the -**t,,* public house, informed me that he did not take it in,,as he considered the Monitor and Australian entitled to his support, and to the encouragement of every well-wishe'r to the independeuce of the Colony. I was determined to see the Gazette, and called at another tavern hard bye. 'You caa see the Australian and Monitor' said the Hostress, " we do not take in tie Guzette, as it costs as high as the other two put together, and is not so much so...

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PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH, AN AUSTRALIAN WHALE-FISHERY COMPANY AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

pROPOSAL T. OESTAI LISrA l AN AtUSTSALTAN WIALUSiE-SHERY COMPANY AT SYDNEY. In consequence of the very favourable opening which the Sperm Whale Fishery pre sents to the Merchants and Capitalists of this Colony, for the profitable investment of capital, and the great success which has, hitherto at tended the efforts of thosewho have individually engaged in this branch of com.nercial enter prise; it is proposed, to form a Whaling Com pany at Sydneyon a prudent and economical plan.; the amount of capital to be £20,000, an Four Hundred Shares of 501. each, one half to be paid at the time of subscription, and the remainder as circumstances may re quire. The first deposit of 251. per Share, amoun ting to 10,0001, ~sill he sufficient to purchase in India, three substantial-built vessels, from 200 to 250 tons burthen, of teak wood, which at a fair computation, would last thirty years, and send them to Sydney clear of any further advance, and in good order. This would be preferable to purcha...

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ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

ESTIMATE, To amount of Purchase-money ........ £1,800 Sundry light repairs. sails, rigging or hull 150 Captain's pay at 81. per month for 4 months ............................ 32 First mate's do. at 51. per do. for do:... 20 Second do. 31.10s. do. forda.......... 14 Ten able native seamen at 11. 10s. each, including a cook ..................... 60 Three sea cunnies, at 31. per month each for 4 months ....................... 48 Two boys, at It. per do. for do......... 8 Provisions for 19 persons for 4 months, as are generally purchascd for a Lascar crew ..... ............. ........ 150 Small quantity of stores and stock for passengerse, captain, and.oflicers...; ; 90 .Ilrbour;dues and 'pilotage at Bombay, about .......................... 50 Insurance to Sydney, about . ........ s80 SundriLc3,, q ,,.r "t /_"o,ýA, o,,... 20 £2,522 By amount of passage money for thrce passengers, at 501. eaph........ £150 Two hundred tons of freight at 21. per ton.......... ............ 400 -- 550 Being...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. BIunNaNo Or YORK MIINSTER.-JOflathaUl Martin, the author of this deplorable catas trophe, has been arrested, examined, and sent to prison, to take his trial for the offence. A letter from York says, " A strong case was made out against him, as property be longing to the Minster worth seventy pounds was found on him at the. time of his appre heusion. After. the depositions of the wit nesses had been taken, he made, the following voluntary confession, in the most collected manner possible :-' I set fire to the Minster in consequence of two remarkable dreams. I dreamt that one stood by me with a bow and a sheaf of arrows, and .he' shot one through .the Minster'dor. I said I wanted to try to shoot, and he presented me the bow. I took an arrow fr6m the sliehf, and shot, but the arrow hit the flags find I lost it. I also dreamt that a large thick cloud came dowvn over the Minster.and,extended to my lodg. ings ; from these things I:thought that I was to aet fire to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

n6 Letiters will ba take* in at tIle Sydney ttMoirnter Ojice, unless post-paid. The public are tautioned to pay'3no money, no, make any settlement on account of the Proprietor f'j this Journal, wilthout demanding a PRIaNTIE s':w.- o pt, signed. by him in Jhis own proper hang, " :' t ing .t i ?tMoney paid on his accouna without sucl. receipt, will not be given .credit for, nor ac "knowledged..in any way. :ziubscribers to this Journal an resigning it, will have i b payfor,the renainider of the quarter, whet/cc. '-V. ey c"hoose 'o receive it or not. Quarter days end the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December respectively. .dduertisemenis sent to this onfsce, must specify or the face of them, the number of times they ar, to be advertised, otherwise, they will be coati sued' until countermatlded. iFe beg to inform our Subscrlbers both in towr and country, they must consider the delivery of the :Newspaper by ys to tho Post-master in Sydney.. "'as regards urJfriends up th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

QESTION roR'TlSs CnROw LAwrYERtS. If a man tells another a capital and trite Joe lMiller joke, honoured with a century's laugh. ter, as ltaving been made on his partidcular friend, should his hearer strike 'him dead on the spot, it is more than jtustifiable holnicile, considering the unendurkble greatness tf the provocation! We wish to understand ,this point of law before wee take proceedings against the Quartcrily Revieiw, which has cim mitted an aggravated offence of tie k'nd dies eribed, not against a sinlenidivIdual, but, presbsu ý.ý liilc ;Z:Qptv· of aS o ef the oFsvetera es-in our calen dar, it has irrvented a flarn on- the insulting supposition. When a dull dog-in a pleasant party has not a word to say for himself, and he bethinks him of an old Joe, which 'ill come in apropos aied do himn honour, his p.s. verty may in some degree excuse the theft by which l:e bestows it on his particlar friend; but for a Quarterly Review, on three mohýthi' consideration, and supported by the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

OF THIS WEEK. SKELETON of Government Orders, Notices, Sc. IN TUESDAY'S, THURSDAYS', AND THIS DAY'S GAZETT'E. Order dated tle 22,nd instant. Major Mitchell confirmed as Survevor General, Captain Perry appointed Deputy Surveyor General. Mr. Nicholson -Asslstant Surveyor, Mr. Hay-   wood the same, and Mr. Lavner Draftsman. [ George Hayward, James Larner , James Larmer ] .Votice daed same day. Terms on which land will be granted to free Settlers at Swan River. Vatice dated same day. Persons renting lands, to give them up to grantees after one month's notice. Order 20th aist. Rules of prccedencO of the chief civil oflicorn, published for the edification of the public. N. I.: Items of the Revcnue under the head of Mllctcltancottr, woull, if published, be Considered scarcely lesh important " for the general informuation." hVolice 2 tth inst. J. Price r.ppoinutld constable, and 1V. WVay appointed pnluud-!lkcper. `wann ts. Culls, the 27th and 30th in:ttant. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE....

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 25, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

- "SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 25, 1829. (1) A tree is to be known by its fruits. i(2) And a Governor is to be known by ' his acts. (3) And the character of a Go .'wernment is to be ascertained by the de ,gree of happiness or misery which it con f-era or inflicts on the people at large. -(4) It may be known also by another circumiustance. Was there ever since the I-:world began, a:bad Government, popular w With the mojority of the people ? Was -thereever a good Government UNpopular w?ith a majority ? No. Let us then take 'tAhese aphorisms or moral axioms for our guide in 'our present meditations, and try >the ` Goverao and Government of New 'south W ale respectively, by the *ame. 4 The 'p pularity then of this Govern :nent, may be ascertained by the circum :stnce, that with the whole force of an ?',administration, whose influence in dirEct p-atronage (i. e.. loaves and fishes) is greater.than that of the King of England : ,(to cowmpare little things with great), and ..thoso survecil...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

't'e have been requested to insert the f?l. lovri'ig trial. Ed.) But the Judges had now taken their places; the criers called silence, and the stern voice of the Lord-Chief-Justice (the notorious Scroggs) demanded, wh t the officers meant by per mitting tihe a ?used to communicate toge :ther in open c rt ? ' " " It may here be observed, that this celebra. ted perdonagc, was, upon the present cecasion, at agreat loss how to proceed. A calm digni. fiedjuliial demeanour, was at no time the cbi lacteristic of his ollicial conduct. lie always raiited and roared, either on the one side or other ; rnd of late, hlie had been mnich unset. tied which hide to take, bcing totally inlcapa. ible of ainy thing resemblitg impartialityv, At the first trials for the Plot, when the whole stream of popularity ran agahl:st the accused, no one had been so loud as Scroggs ;-to at tempt to impeach the character of Oates-or ledlonme, or any other leading witness, he treatedi,as a crime more heinous, than it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

UP[BEBIZAN HOTEL.r L ODGINGS to let at the above Hotel with' or without board, on the most liberal terms. Also, apartments furnished or unfurnished, (detached.) Application to the proprietor. DAVID KELLY. Pitt Street, July 16, 1829. J NOTICE. TIERSONS intending to remove Spirits or Tobaceor laying: =a Bond .in'tii y Stores, are required, previously to the De livery of the same, to pay the Rent thereon to Mr. IMatthew Gregson, my Agent, at the Custom-house, who will give a Re ceipt for the Amount. ROBT. CAMPBELL. C'ampbll'8 WharfJ, dy 6, 1829. V. & E. SOLOMON'S CIhAP WHOLESALE & RETAIL CLOTHES WAREHOUSE, No: 75; GEORGE-ST"REET, SYDNEY. K ERSEYMERE of various colours Fusiians of superior .luality Moleskin of ditto Jeans of various colours Corduroys and velveteens Drills of various colours, superior quality Irish linen, Osnaburg Linen check, Dowlass Table covers, 'elegant patterns Linen diaper,linen' huckaback Beaver hats, drab and black Silk ditto, superior Ephemina te...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

Cix?r-InA'r.---The Queen Charlotte, in iher passage from Hobart Town, in conse quence of rough weather, which caused her cargo to shift (loose wheat), was ini some danger. TIh '* list to port" was so great, she was all but on her beam ends for a considerable time ; great danger was apprclhantld, but tho fortunately ri?lted. --The Gas?ele of Saturday sanys, there has been no business transacted at the Cattle market yet ; this is wrong ; there has been a little; ten Cows were sold there on Thursday last at a4 los. "each.-It is ex pected the seizure of the Darling schooner will cause some employment for the Bar risters of the Supreme Court next term. It occurred in consequence of her landing spirits at Botany Bay. It so happened, that Mr. Cotton, the Comptroller, was on a shooting excursion at Botany, and dis covered the spirits being landed.-It would be well if the gratings of the com mon sewers were looked to. At the cor ner of Argyle-street and George-street, there is a grating over...

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General Order, No. 112. BRIGADE OFFICE, SYDNEY, JULY 13th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 July 1829

General Order, No. 112. BRlGADE OFFICE, SYDNEY,   JULY 13th, 1829. 1st. LIEUT. COL. DUMARESQ hav-   ing returned from Leave of Absence, will resume his duty as Aide-de Camp, and ENSIGN DARLING will conse- quently (!) RETURN (!) to the duties of his Regiment. No. 2 LIEUT DE LA CONDAMIME, A D. C., will act as Military Secretary as formerly--the duties of the Office of Bri- gade Major and Military Secretary are to be arranged as heretofore-(quere ?)-all communications to be made according to the arrangements originally established. By Command, K. SNODGRASS, Major of Brigade. Tthese two official notices will form the ground of some remarks respecting the gentleman who is their subject, which perhaps will be painful to him. And yet that gentleman never injured us that we .know of, and we have exchanged cour- tesies with him in happier times. How is it then we feel it necessary to do what may give him uneasiness? This is not .our motive, nor our object. As far as...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR .—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 July 1829

STERLING VnlICES O1 PLQUft,=+Por 100 1bB.. lolgper ...." ....*. 26' Darni&. MiI ... ..'... " iii 2Ci 12:1 D atling Nfilla 43"~·ll '..27"r(·

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASIL OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 July 1829

MIAIEET (CURRENCY) PRICES P()R C41ST, OP THE POi.LOWlN 4RTICLS." Reef, pr lb per joint ... 0 4 Minttou, d . do.. 0....... York, d©. do....'. ..,r:...0. Beef, per qunurtLr, per Ib... ..... ...: :.:. 0 `KM' Pork, per carcaA5s, per lb...... ..: .' '6 Bread, per 2 .b.Ctof 0 flxtrcr, per. lb. salt In. Ed. freb. .6 . .y. C Cheesy, do. P1onn 8d to 1 0 Tea, ilynon &c. .. . .. 5 0 Open... rn d. ::.:.. 2 9. Brown Sugar do . boreign 'bancen, doe * 0 Went India' Rluxa 6rgnllU 10 6 flolbmndn, do. . 14 Brmndy. do. 15 6 Cape W'1uite Nine, do. ....... .' 0 Sher~ry o Mc~nklir~v, do. a·~n c o i d.ci :n 1 i lr n w n S e o p , p er lb . 0. " " ` ' \2ael:ij'., (n t ,orad a9 Engliyb) %Only'.. . 0 3J, .,Aloulatl lloulc Caudle", do....." :ST r

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(LAST LEADING ARTICLE.) Government Notice. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, JULY 13th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 July 1829

(L4S?T LEEADIGV ARTICLE.) obermrt ntat .0ot(te, COLONIAL SECRETARY'8 OFFICE, SYDNEY, JULY 13th, IS29. 'IIE GOvEnNOa has direete'd it to be notified, that HEN?n DUMAREsQ, Esquire, Private Secretary to His Ex. 'CELLENCY, having returned from England, -vill immediately resume the Duties of hi{ 'Oice. By His Excellene)'s Command, ALEXANDER MI'LEAY.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 July 1829

DIARY. M?1?MOnAiNDVM on TOIXE ENS'atIYN S?KIt. I Htigh Water, 36 m. p. 4 morn.--8 m. p.5 ev. High Water, 40 m. p.5 morn.-14 m..p.6 ev. .S i High Water, 46 mIp. p morn.-20 m. p.7 cv", ? H igh Water, 41 m.p. 7 morn.-8 night 8 J High Water, 15 m. p. 8 morn. .~". Iligh Water, 30m. . p.8 iorn.-54 m. p. 8 ut. I New MAnn, 50 m. p.,2 afternoon. . I a sgn a, utuLr, 15 m. p. J .Imorn.--37 m. p. 9 nt. I Sun rises. 54 in. p. -sets 6 m.-p. 5. ; illhethly ;dtetearological Qable. VARTLt.TION or TrnRMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 9 1N THr MoRNING, 12 AT NOo?, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. SATURDAY ... i86257'? Rainy SUNDAyi .... 52!56'2S. & . Rainy & clear MONDAY .... 4054j50 S. & W. Showery TuusDa .... 5256i50 S. Rainy WVEDNRSDAY 48 60 49 S. Do. TFIURIDAY .. 48 62 58 W. & S. Clear FIDA .... 56 65169 W. &.S. W. Clear & flas Monday Morning--Very sharp frost. 'Tunsdaj-Boieterous, with gales from S. and E.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Sydney Guol, July 20th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 July 1829

To THE EDITon or TmIi SYDNaRY MOITOLtos Sydneiay GCol, July 20:h, 1829.:. SI n, I wus put in heb e for debt, the privilege of a ticket o'Cleave, man (such us I am, or rather was) being, to pay all he owes, but not to be paid by others. I got a verdict in the Court of Requests. ngainst Wood, a clerk to Mr. H-Icly, and against Morton, a free man, with whom Wood lodged. They still refused to pay me. This was about even' months ago. I told Wood I should take execution out against him,: He told Mr. Hely, and one day the latter cent' for me to his office, and told( mu to be careful what I was about ; that I had 'no right to take out cxecution against Wood, he being a prisoner.; that he (Wood) alleged he, had a'lready paid me the money I that I had tletter".e care/l ; and that in short, if I did not drop it, 1 should lose ayv ticket. I do not know whether Mr. I-oly meant I should drop it against Moirton ; but t at l. events I became afraid, and have never taken out execution to this day ei...

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