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THE MONEY-MARKET.—City, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

'TE MONEY-MARKET.-City, Wednesday. A strong sensation was produced in the City this 4ftreroon, by the report, that the King had signified S~o Ministers a determination not to gave the Royal Assent to the Bill for the repeal of the Test and Corpo tMioa acts. Connected with this rumour was another, Mtatthe Duke of Wellington, not having n et with the approbation of the King, in the conduct ivhich he ?d 'is colleagues had pursued with regard to the daeasure, was about to resign, if he had not already done. so. These were the chief topics of interest, nTery thing besides sinking into camparative insigni cance; they occasioned a turther decline in the public wuads of about j pr cent. on the closing quotations of yesterday. It was likewise stated, that the whole of. the Cabinet Ministers were closetted for several hours this afternoon, on the subject above referred tp ! . p short, nothing, transpired but what tended to ýtcIte alarm. The Jews were alleged to have sold .tock both for money ...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) CRIMINAL COURT, SATURDAY.-Judge Dowling,' d,iarge to Geeson.--John Geeson, private soldier of the 39th regiment, was placed in the dock to receive sen tence. Mr. Justice Dowling, addressing the prisoner, said, he was then about to receive the judgement of that Court for the offence of which he had been con victed--the feloniously slaying of Terence Roony, on the 17th day of August last. He had been indicted for the wilful murder of the same person, but the Jury taking into consideration all the circumstances of his case, had felt it due to themselves and the country, to bring in such a verdict, as averted the dreadful penalty which the law affixed to murder. With the verdict of the Jury, His Honor found no fault. It had been upon a merciful view of his (tbhe prisoner's) case, that the Jury by their mitgated ver dict, had saved him from the horror of an ignomini ous death, and he was relieved from the duty, at all times distressing to a Judge, of cu...

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THE MONEY-MARKET.—City, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

THE MONEY-MARKET.--City, Thursday,. There has been a repetition, this afternoon, of the (imourse circulated yesterday, regarding the alleged >isunderstandingbetwceenhis Mtj.estyandhis Ministers ga the tnbject of the Repeal of the Test and Corpo Sation Acts ; although they obtain countenance from *ifficient and any sutlicient authority, yet the FuLds tell j per cent in the private bargins on the Royal Ex 4ange,,where the whole of the business was transacted, 4ls haviig been observed as a holiday at the Bank and Sock Markets: There was a numerous assemblage 49 Jobbers and Brokers, so early as ten o'clock in the idorning, among whom, the advance in the Funds on Vonday occasioned so much alarm, that Consols for 4ccount, which left off yesterday from 851 to 5-8, Oase to 86. Among the buyers, were observed seve J1 individuals' who got rid of Stock yesterday at the lowest quotations, thereby consenting to a loss of Z per cent. It was not until it was ascertained that no sore Stock was r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

TO ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, ,AND: AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. TWefeelit,a duty weowe to ourselves, :ni regard'd to the mercantile. part . of oar labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, SLandholders, Mlerchants, Settlers, purnd-keepers, Mechanics, and other; Advuertisers in the public Journals of this Colo?, the superior advan tages of 4heir advertisiung in a weekly paper, over their-, advertising exclu siively, in Journals, one of which ,publishes 'three times a week, and the other twice. For thesame price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser for pfublishing his Advertisement three times in one .week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end ,of three weeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (if he like) choose the Gazette or the Australian for one of the two. But where is the use of his laying out. his money in both these Journals, whose ruapidity ofpublica tion brings his half-guinea -to ...

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THE MIROR OF FASHION [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

THE MIROR OF FASHION (From the Court Circular.) The Duke of Cumberland and the Duchess of Gloucester, visited his Majesty yesterday, at his Palace in St. James's. The health of the Princess Augusta continues to im- prove-her Royal Highness passed a very good night on Wednesday night, and received visits yesterday from the Duchess of Clarence, the Duchess of Kent, and the Duchess of Gloucester. Prince Leopold honoured the performance of the Concert of Ancient Music at the Hanover-Square Rooms, on Wednesday evening, with his presence. The Duke of Cumberland honoured Viscount and Viscountess Belgrave with his company to dinner yes- terday, at their residence in Grosvenor-square. There was a select party to meet His Royal Highness. Prince Leopold left his residence, Malborough House, Pall Mall, yesterday morning, for his seat at Claremount. Lord Hill's Levee..-Hie Lordship held a Levee yesterday afternoon, at two o'clock, at his office in the Horse Guards, which was very numerously atte...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

DEATH. On Thursday evening, the 11th Instant, at the resi-       dence of her Grandmother, Hunter-street, at the age of 13 years, after a painful and lingering illness, Miss LAURA LOANE D'HOTMAN; much regretted by her disconsolate, parents, and a numerous circle of young friends, who are left to deplore the loss of an amiable and accomplished companion.      

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LEADING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 September 1828

(From the Morning Chronicle of Friday, May 2,) LEADING ARTICLE. LORD DARNLEY, who possesses a considerable     estate in Ireland, moved last night for the ap- pointment of a Select Committee, to inquire into the State of the Distressed Population of Ireland' with a view to the introduction of a modified system of Poor Rates. His Lordship drew a very moving picture of the condition of the wretched natives of the Sister Kingdom; and ap- pealed to the Assembly as Christians bound to relieve the destitute, and as Landholders deriving their luxuries from those who were perishing of want in the streets and highways. "Did their   Lordships (he said) call themselves the disciples of the mild and benevolent Jesus, who went about   doing good, and deuouncing those who neglected the first duty of Christianity—to feed the hungry and clothe the naked—yet abandon their fellow country men in the last stages of misery? -The House he was addressing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

SUTTOR & UAZAUD APOTHECARISES, DRUGGISTS, AND ,bh NERAL DEALERS, Jparramatta ITILLIAM SUT:IOR, in returning. thanks to the inhabitants of Parra matta and its vicinity, for the very kind and: libecral support he has met with, begs to inform them, he has entered into Partnership, with Mr. EDWARD HIAZARD, and intends car rying on Business in future at Mr. Harvey's new house (over the water) in Church-street, under "the firm of . UTTOR and HAZARD, upon an extensive yet economical scale. The STOCK comprises a genuine selection of Drugs, Perfumery, Horse and Cattle Me d:cines, Groceries, Haberdashery, Cutlery, &c. Sac. &e, ; with other articles too numer ous for insertion. Recipes for Physieians and Families accu rately prepared. FC WILSON, Nos. 19 and '21 George C Street, begs to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has for Sale, in addition t, the. general assortment of Goods lately advertised, the followiug articles, vi- Ladies' side saddles ; Gentlemen's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

SALES BY AUCTION " .- JNGARRABEE ESTATE. BY MIL IPRITCHETr, On Thursday, the Second of October, at 12 o'Clock, in the Market-place Parrainatta, by Order of the Executors. TIHE Valuable Estate called Bungarrabbee, the Property of the late John Campbell, Esq. situated on the. Great Western Road, about to miles beyond Parramatta.. It con tains 2,000 aares of very excellenit land, fen ced all round, has 9.50 acres cleared, four large inclosed paddocks, various stock-yards and piggery, a garden consisting of 8 acres with a great uurnber and variety of young fruit-trees well watered, and two creeks always supplied with water running through the farm. The house, built of the very besSt materials, and scarcely completed at Mr. Campbell's death, consists of a dining-room, drawing-room, and, five bed rooms on'the ground.floor, and four small rooms in the upper story. Attached, - is a most excellent kitchen or Servant's room '(the residence of the Family for soime yrears before'the building of...

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(The following letter appeared in last Friday's Australian.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. Pitt Street, September 5, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

'(The following letter appeared is last Fr i day's Australian.) To THU EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAu. Pitt Street, September 5, 1888. SaR,-In this day's Australian, I observe the ,fol-, lowing, paragraph. " There are said to be four new candidates ftor ttk' office of Cashier of the Bank of New South Wales, viz. T * ** * + M * " * * ,Esquire, Mister B s " " *; Mister H * * * *, and Mister P *' * * * *" I am quite sure the party who wrote this Itlnltbo ' thanked by Mr. M * * '; this gentleman has to much good sense and breeding to be gratifiedat a - ,R nouncement conveyed in so invid ious a min?o.r And the fact is, that neither in fortune, respetts, nor talent, does the new Candidate exceed his om petitors in such a degree, as to justify so impertiet? a paragraph ; and I am surprised bow you,. Sir, per mitted it to appear in your Journal. It is not your own paragraph, I am sure, but written by some inj'o dicious partisan of Mr. M.. .... . 1, Mr. Editor, am a friend to consistency. AlthoESb...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

To THE .EDITOR OF TBE MONITOR. SIR, THE present subject of complaint, both by the inhabitants and the publicaus of Syd ney, about two years ago, (as far as my memory serves to fix on a data) caused a meeting of their' body for the avowed purposeof petitioning the Go. vernment against the grievances they at that time laboured under. The result of that meeting was the presentation of a respectful memorial to His Excellency the Governor, praying a repeal of the then existing obligations upon them-obligations which were wholly unnecessary and uncalled for. The result of that meeting of the Licensed Vic tuallers was productive of the desired effect; for through, the agency of the Superintendent of Police at the time (Captain.Rossi), a letter from this officer was officially addressed to the Secretary named by the meeting, announcing that the Li ceqsing Act'was not intended to preclude Publi cans. serving their neighbours with refreshment on Sundays, -except during the hours of Divine Ser...

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THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS From 1st July to 25th August, both inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS From 1st July to 25th August, both inclusive. ,Agrihultut'al implements - - 221 0 `Apparel (wearing) and slops, 176 packages 7,175 0 Apparel (wearing) 4 packages, 67 0 Arroir root 15,6801bs - - 196 0 -Beer and ale 6,884 gallons - - 788 0 Beer and ale 367 grllons - - 42 0 'Blacking 37 casks - - - 221 0 Brandy 1,882 gallons - 577 0 Brandy 1,2234 gallons - - 2,485 0 Brushe 1 case - - 10 0 Butter 3,456 lbs - 116 0 Buttdr 2,8571bs - - - 140 0 Blockls . - - 54 0 Bark, mimosa 2 tons - 6 0 Barely 100 bushels - - 187 0 Candles' 8,131 lbs - - 273 0 Candles 3,11 lbs - - 201 0 Candles 750 lbs - - - 29 0 Canvas 24,789 yards - - 1,117 0 Canvds'1;950 yards' - - 170 0 Canvrts `900.yards - - 201 0 Cottd ,880, yards - - 168 0 Cottdni 83879 yar4s - - 4,825 0 Cocoa hniits 524 . - - - 7 0 Coco~inxt t113,780 gallons - 189 0 Carri?eyg 9 - - 893 0 Combs 1' Cas' - - 53 0 Copper 182:cwt - - 1,110 0 Cork.250 groce o - - 26 0 Dealsl,000 feet - - - 9 0 Drugs 30 cases - - 379 0 Earth...

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EXPORTS. From the 1st July to 25th August inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

EXPORT''S. From the 1st July to 25th August inclusive. £. 8." Arrow root, 4001b. - - 10 0 Blue gum 30,000 feet - - 84 0 Books printed, 1 case - - 10' 0 Bricks 500 - - - 63 0 British and foreign merchandize - 162 0 British and foreign mcrcbhandize - 1,361 0 Cedar 154,330 feet - - 1,463 0 Curiosities 3 cases - 20 0 Coals 130 tons - - - 143 0 Coals 74 tons - - 47 0 Cheese 2,084 lbs. - - 85 0 Fruit 15 packages - - - 33 0 Hides, ox 1,494 - - - 755 0 Horns, bullocks 2,400 - - 116 0 Horned Cattle - W - 194 0 Lime 1,600 bushels - - 65 0 Oil, sperm 234 tons - - 11,700 0 Other merchandize - - 4,377 0 Seal skins 349 - - - 360 0 Shingles 50,000 - - 25 0 Sugar 32,124 lbs. - - - 260 0 Treenails 9,100 - - - t0 0 Tea 11,005lbs.. - . - 624 0 Tobacco 38351bs. - - 272 0" Wool 29,186 lbs. - - 931 0 .23,510 0 t , . o ...,... -..--- ýmm~ .W be*. to: inform our Subscriber. bot t~ iow.='iid cousfry;;they must consider the deliveryoft~heir NW- papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney ps r'egar?-.: our frie...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

DIARY. NEMORAND'U1i FOR THE EIKS ING WEB K.' VARIA'iIONS OF TIIERnMOMETER, ,&C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THU MORNING, 12 AT NOONs.-AND 5 . IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 1 1 6th Sunday after Trinity. 6r . High Water 12 m. p.6 morn.---46 min p. 6 Evening. Sun rises 59 m.p. 5.-Sets 1 m. p. 6. igh mi High Water 13 m. p. 7 Morn.-42 n mi. p? I 7 Eveningh i High Water 10 m, p. 8 .Mord.--36 .m. p. 8 I Evening. . (I High Water, 56 m. p. 8Morn.--10 m. p. 9 I Night. ( Full Moon, 17 in. p. midnight. . l High - Water, 30 min. p. 9 Morn.-5 inU . p. S'I 1 9 Night. -fJ I WihWater, 5 in. p. 10 Morn.-25 m. p. 10 [ [ Night. "' I - ( ~iigh W'ater, 45 in. p. 10 Morn.-- 11 Night TuURSDAY ...... 58 6965 N. W. ICloudy FRIDAY ........... 60 72.65 do. Fine SATURDAY........ 56 6860 do. Cloudy SUNDAY ........ 55 66 58 S. E. Cloudy MONDAY ........ 56 68 59 do. Rainy TuEsDaY ........ 170 69 S. E.' 'Showery WVrENvFsAV...... 55 69 58 do. ltine

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

To TJi EDITOR OP II1 MONITOR. SIR, 'f Expergscemini~.tgitur." CICEnO. TtiE) above quotation was forcibty brovght, to my recollection, and mor9 firmly than ever impressed on, my mind, on reading an article in Mr... Robert Howe's paper of Wednesday last, which is evidently intended, though hiot calculated, to reflect on the pub lic and private character of one of our most clever and honouzable Colonial Advocates. The Press, which is so much abused by some Editors, as correctly represented by Mr. Wentworth during' a late triam i 'the Supreme Court, is a matter of se rious con"ideration " dder present circumnstauces, for 'the people df -this Golpny. It, has already proved fruitless to, enjquire, if it be tolerated, that private character be so wantonly and indiscriminatelyinjured, and reputatioti ie so torn to -pieces and destroyed,'as the people long time since have witnessed .them to be by the oflicial organ, It would be'dangerdus for me, or any. other, colttiuted as we at present are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

T?IO ADVERTISERS IN GENER AL, AND AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARFl'tULAIt. We feelit aduty weoweo e ourselves, tn regard to the mercantile part of our labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, Landholdlers, Merchants, Settlers, Pozind-keepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the public Journals of this .Colony, the superior advan tages of 'their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, in Journals, one of which pyblishes three times a week, and the other twice. For the same price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser for, publishing his Advertisement three times in one week, we carry on- his Advertisement to the end of three weeks. Thus, ifan Advertiser choose I' publish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (if he like) choose. the Gazette or the Australian bfor one of the two. But where is the use of ids laying 'out his money in both these . J •vinlhs;, whose rapidity of publhca ..tion brings his half-guinea to con...

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Sydney, 3rd Sept. 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

Sydney, 3rd Sept. 1828, To THE EDITOR OF TILE MONITOR. SIR, SHOULD you deem the accompanying extract fro the Malacca and Chinese Observer newspaper, fated 6th Nov. last, worthy of insertion, you will oblige me by its insertion in your next publication ; perhaps it may serve as a hint to the Inhabitants of Sout era climes Htowe to prepare an address. Yours, X. Y. Z * " ADDRESS by the Chinese merchants of Penang, to Sir Ralph Rice, dated Oct. 28th, 1827. " VE, prostrate beft re the bar, present to the late. Judg', Sir Ralph Rice, Kt. magnate &c. &c. thei following address. " WE humbly remember, illustrious Sir, your en tering on the office of public manners, and holding.:: up the mirror of just authority, ever cherishing and' diffusing the Zephyrs, dews of benevolence, and universally known for the impartiality of verdantv: spring. " FROM the time of your advent to the rule of this Colony, good Government has shed its rose-water influence; litigations were heard withou...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CaIMarIAL CoURT, MONDAY,-Before the Hon. the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Stephen, and Mr. '"Justice Dowling. Their Honors the Judges having spent about an hour in consultation in chambers on a number of cases in which sentence had to be passed, entered the Court at eleven o'clock precisely, when the At torney General shortly after rose, and prayed the judgement of the Court on the prisoners hereinafter named, and in the following order. Thomas Evans, was first placed in the dock. This prisoner had been convicted of receiving certamin property belonging to J. Oxley Esq, Surveyor General knowing it to have been stolen. On the prisoner's behalf, Counsel moved an arrest of Judgement, which was complied with. Prisoner was discharged. John Welsh was next placed in the dock. Mr. Justice Stephen addressed the prisoner as follows. Prisoner at the bar. You have addressed to the Court a paper in the shape of a Petition, entreating of the Court a few days respite, in order...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

MARRIED.-On Saturday last, by the Reverend John Joseph Therry, MR. John. REDMOND, Son of Edward Redmond of George, Street,. to Miss JANE BROWN.        

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

A very extraordinary production from the pen of the Editor of the Sydney GazetIf, ap peared in that Journal yesterday, on the sub ject of the late general Court Martial; held on Captain .(Robison of the Veterans, on charges preferred by the. Commander-in Chief. We 'tbink His Excellency must feel distressed, at the line . ff argument and. comment,, which the writer', i ,question has chosen to adopt. on the s bject. The whole would go to shew, thit Mr. Howe is of opinion, the head of the Government is ex ceedingly "alarmed, lest the. public press, should take up this trial iu the way of edito rial comment, as it does- all. other public in-, vestigations. But as when the Governor prosecuted the editors of the public journals. for libels and penalties, we did not feel it our. duty to forbeear reporting and commenting on the trials arising thereon, so. neither do we now feel disposed-to shrink from, the 'duty, which as editors, is imposed upon us, inlaying before our patrons and the publ...

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