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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 December 1827

Newcastle December 15. Your Subscribers in             this quarter, Mr Monitor, are by no means an inconsiderable number, (if I may judge by the size of the packets of the Monitor which weekly arrive by the Lord Liverpool) - the contiguity of farms, and     the reciprocal obligation of lending each other our       Newspapers, causes your independent journal to be almost universally read, and I may also aver, very ge- nerally approved of. Your far-away-friends and admi- rers, however, meet but little notice at your hands - Nobby's Rock and the Church, might exchange situations I verily believe, for aught you would care; or if we were eaten alive by the Blacks, I suppose you would hardly think it worth you, while to let the rest of the world know it. Now really, Mr. Editor, this settlement     of ours would produce a ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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NEWS BY THE SARACEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

NEWS BY "AHE SARACEN. 3i The barque Sarac. n; Captain Henry, from' En;tihlnd the 3d of Septeniber, arrived this morning, bringitngpapers to the I st or September. Lading 400 line wooled sheep to Mr. Jones and others, and an entire blood horse for Mr. Bayley. *The new iniistry is ht length settling, and perhaps finally arranged. At present the Marquis of Lansdowne is Premier, in rooma of Mr. Canning, Mr. HIuskinson has succeeded to Lord 3Bathurst's late situa tion, aind Lord Goderich to Mr. Peel's. The nmost important intelligence, however, we have re. ccived by the Saracen is, that Mr. Levey, of the firm of Cooper and Levey, of Sydney, is shii.pping a portion of the complement of two thousamil free mechanics, (car penters, blacksmiths, wheel-wrights, nmill-wrights, ship wrights, brick-makers, and layers, &c. &c. &c.) for this colony. For this bold and patriotic undertaking, at his owh risk and expense, the King hrs consented to grant Mr. Levey in fee, land to...

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(Report of Dr. Wardell's Trial, for Seditious Libel, continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

(Report of Dr. Wardell's Trial, for Seditious Libel, continued from our last.) Dr. WARDELL roseabout seven o'clockin the evening, to make his defence. He began by observing, that the legal objections to the continuance of the trial, not withstanding the powerful objections taken by his learned counsel and friend, neither displeased nor disap pointed him; inasmuch as it gave him an opportunity of addressing the Jury for the second time in his own case; for were he his own counsel, as he had been be fore, he would have waved all constitutional objections to them as an array of Jurymen, as he did in his former trial, when the very same objections could have been raised. But he' had the honour to address a body of men who'were governed by the highest principles ! and he was confident that their conduct this day as Jurors, would be as honourable, as, it would be in the field in their capacity, as soldiers. The head of the Government had chosen not only to denounce him the Defenduant. as ...

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To E. S. HALL, Esq. Hobart Town, Dec. 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

* To E. S. HALL, ESQ. S lHobart Town,.Dec. 8, 1827. DEAR: SIR; SMany thanks for the very able support you have so liberally given the Press of Tasmania, in your much esteemed and valuable Journal the Monitor. Believe me, we all here feel truly obliged, not-less on poor Bent's own 'individual account, than on that of the cause, the glorious cause, for which we have been con tending. If the Advertisements of the Colonial Times can have so far roused you, what must you have felt when you read the lately published narrative of facts and the official correspondence? Though silent as a' Jour nalist, Bent has laboured hard. The depth of the in trigue with which he has had to contend is unfathom a:ble; and the villainy of his persecutors unusual. What a cold-blooded viper must ****** be ?' I per fectly agree with you, that it is ****** we have to thank for the Acts; but the act of tyranny in depriving Bent of, or rather denying him a licence to follow-his lawfil trade, is not ******t From t...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

??,MEMORANDUM POR. THE ENSUING WEEK. CHRISTMAs DAY. Sun rises 51 min. past 4. High Water, 10 min. past 12 Morn.-36 min. past 12 Aft. First Quarter of Moon 52 rin. past 3 Afternoon. St. Stephen. SSunsets 8 min. past 7. High Water; 6.min. past 1 Morn.-32 min. past 1 Aft. I [ High Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Afternoon. E. !Day 14 hours 16 min. long. St. John. -I j High Water 59 min. past 2 Morn.-32 min* past 3 Aft. z J Innocents. High Water 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. jg Equation of. Time.-Suni on the meridian of Sydney. . 1 min. 13 sec. before 12 mean time. SIe l1st Sunday after Christmas. SII High Water 15 min, past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Ev. SHigh Water, 12 min. past 5 Morn.-46 min. prt 6Ev. Silvester. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN ,THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 72 80 76 Fine. I'UESDAY ........ 74 82 75 Do. WEDNESDAY......: 80 96 82 Very warm. THURsDAY ....... 72 181 76 Fine and Clear. FR...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

DOMEsTU 10:: N'ýE C C NTINUED. "T'i m"master of, the Heft,y :which.. arrived. on. Friday last, -bribgs intelligence of the arrival at Launceston' fromi Port Louis, witlb 130 tons.i Qof sugar, of the brig .. Tianmere.- We understand,,that ?ir. Solomon, of Laun ceston, chartered, this brig -'for two, thousand pounds sterling, and'that. the. speculation was not one of such advantage as the wisdom generally associated with the name of Solomon, might hae warranted. WE regret to say, that. during the temporary absence of Judge Forbes' servant, from his. master's chariot. on the memorable night of Saturday last, the horses took. fright, and galloped down Elizabeth Street at full speed, until; in crossing a ditch, the vehicle was overturned and broken in. several places, one of the horses being also -slightlylinjured. ON Friday evening last, an Entertainment was given at the London Tavern, to the Proprietor of- the Sydney Royal Mail, .to a large.party of his friends, in conse quence of the ...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1827. We had intended to have entered into a long discus si6n of the policy or impolicy of the three several State prosecutions, one in the Civil, and two in the Criminal Court, wvlhich have been accomplished within these four mouths by the Crown Officers. But we shall confine our remarks, to one case, as we trust these contentions between the Government and the people will now gra dually subside. Of these prosecutions, then, the one for" Pernalties we consider by far the least to be justified, because it was known to the Government that the laches of the Defendant were done unwittingly. It was known he had apologised, at the very time they transpired, for his oversight. In one instance only was the letter of the tnewly-promulgated law violated willingly. And then it was explained, that the omission by'which the penalty was incurred, was done purely to bring a ques tion of law inda cheap, 'expeditious, and courteous mai ner before the.Cour...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

Arrivals-On Monday, the Cutter Caroline from the Coal River; on Wednesday, the Ship George Holmes rom England, (last from Hobart Town) with a general cargo of merchandize, has several passengers, also a quantity of sheep; same day, the Barque Asia from Hobart Town, at which place she left Male Prissoners, she brings from thence a quantity of sheep and stores for government. Departures-The Lord Liverpool for Newcastle, and the Carabeen for Port- Stephens. Remain in Harbour, wit/t H. M. Ship Pandora, Ships,: AMedway, John, Eliza, Louira, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, and George Holmes. Brigs, Amnity, Lord Rodney, Nereus, lonia, and Mary, Barques, Orelia, Lucy Annt, Asia, and Frederick. Schooners Herald and Hetty. Cutters, Dart, (Revenue) and Caroline. n,,, ,,,,· , m nm ??i "'I'e? ,,i - i

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(The following letter we take in good part, though we must say, that in giving it insertion, we put our condour to the stretch. Yet we had rather insert such letters ourselves, than see them handed over to the Gazette. Ed.) George Street, Sydney, Dec. 21st, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

(The following letter we take in good part, though we must say, that in giving it insertion, we put our candour to the stretch. Yet we had rather insert such letters our selves; than see them handed over 'to the Gazette. Ed.) George Street, Sydney, Dec. 21st, 1S, . To THE EDITOR OF Tr!L MONirTOR. Six,. . I am niot-only an old hand in this Colony, bu I am also an old friend of yours, and have always found a pleasure in supporting you, until of late; when' I began to take a different view of politics to that which seems to have governed you.Mr. Editor, during the last twelve or fifteen months. Editors are apt to dwell upon the faults of public men, until they contract a sourness of mind towards them ; which however natural, is nevertheless inconsistent with that cool un-impas sioned spirit which is- most consistent with real inde pendence and strict justice.. An Editor is the foreman of a Jury, of which-the public at large form the mem bers.' And because an offender is found guilty to...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

SYDNEY MARKE'P'S. Average price on quantity sold .-. New Wheat 7s. Od.---Old do. 7s. perBti~hel.--Maize 7s. Od. Barley 4s. 6d.-Oats Os. Od,--Fine .Flour,; ls. Od, ster-. ling per 100 lbs,-Second do. 13s. Od.--Bread 4jd per 21b. Loaf.-Potatoes 25s. per ct,--Batter (salt) 2s. 6d - Fresh 3s. 3d.-Eggs Is. 9d. per doz.-.itiial' common' Cheese is. 4d.-Fowls 3s. 6d. per pou~g1..--Ducks 6s. -Geese 10s. Ord.per couple.-Turkies 16s.-Turnips 3d. per bunch.-Carrots 3d -Onions 4;d. per lb.---Beef per lb. by the quarter, 4jd ; by the Joint Gd.-Mutton 74;-Pork 7d. --Bacon Is. 6d per lb --Hams Is. 8d. do--Veal 10d - Lemons Is. per doz --Oranges. 2s. 6d.--Apricots is. Apples 6d.-Hay £.l 1 10s. 0d..per ton--Straw 4.1 5s. Od. per lo? . MERCHANDIZE, Hvson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.-.-Cotnmon Green Tee £4. Very superior £7. --Sugar Isle of France, 4d.., Tobacco.per Basket 3s. 9d.--Negrohead ,8s.r-English Soap, per boxt 5d.--Brandy (very scarce) 20s.--Rum (per 5 Gal Ions) 17s. 6d.-Gin 20s.--White win...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES.     (The following article is an Extract from the Morning Chroicle of Judy 6th, 1827. Ed,) CEYLON.-- The unimproved state of Ceylon is owing, in a great degree, to the exchange being, being very much against the island, in consequence of the want of manufactories in coarse linen cloth, and in consequence of the island not producing a sufficient quantity of rice for its own consumption, and the inhabitants therefore, being obliged to import very large quantities of coarse cloth and rice from the peninsula of India, and to send to the peninsula of India considerable sums of money for these articles, to make up for the difference of value between the amont exported and that imported into the island.   IT being obvious to Sir Alexander Johnson, that the only way of remedying this evil was to encourage Eu- ropeans to settle upon the island, by giving them grants of land upon the most advantageous terms, and thereby to induce th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

ASTLY'S THEATRE.--The splendid and interesting Spectacle of Spain and Portugal ;, or, Rebls and Guerillas still continues its attraction at this Theatre ; and yesterday being a kind of holiday, the house was crowded almost to suffocation; so that when it was necessary to clear the circle for the horserpanship, there was no other way to accommodate those who had occupied it, than by placing them on the. stage, which was covered with spectators. The scenery and dresses of the Spctacle are very fine ; and the whole Piece, especially the conclu ding scene at the three bridges is excedingly well got up and managed. • That Spectacle was succeeded by. an entirely new, grand, hippo-dramatic action, entitled, The British Artists. The action is supposed to take place as a halting place, near a fountain, in the Desarts of Arabia. About one hundred fine horses are introdu ced. These are made to go through a variety of re markable and interesting evolutions. A mock engage ment is exhibited betwe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

.'i7HEREAS, George:;, o ry, my Apprentice, ab W?V sconded from my Servlce about Six Months ago, and no tidings hitherto hibving been heard of him, I hereby caution the Public against harbouring the said George Gregory, on pain of prosecution; and anyPerson giving information of him to me his Master, will be well rewarded. The said George Gregory, was taken by me as an Apprentice, from the Orphan School; his Age is 14 Years, dark hair, and of a sallow complexion. R. BOGG. Sydney, Dec. 17, 1827. TO THP PUBLIC. "'j/ESSRS. Murrell, Sandwell and Co. hereby cauti .LVIL on the Public not to give credit to any one on their account, without a written document signed by them, as they will 'be 'responsible for no Debts so con tracted for the future. Sydney, 14th Dec. 1827; W "TAN?1E) a MALSTER, .who thoroughly under V. ~sJatitds his business;, for none other need apply. Liberal wages will be given.-Apply at the Brisbane Distillery. . . A ITTING AND SLEEPING ROOM,. with or AC'Iwithout Board,-ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

SSAL ESi Y -At(.PIO ANNANDALE ESTATES. BY MR. PAUL. At his Rooms, George-street, Sydney,. on Tuesday, th1 ,:8th January, 1828. (By order of the Trustees ap= pointed by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, in the matter of David Maziere, declared . an. In -solvent.) A LL that-valuable freehold property, called Annan dale, on the main'branoh of Hunter's River; con. sisting of two thousand and eighty acres, anid well known as, Mr; Maziere's farm, being bounded by. the river for six miles on the East side, and also by the river on the North and South, and forming one of th'e.most complete properties in the County of Cumberland. Independent of the natural advantages of this fine Estate, and its central situation (being equi-distant from Wullis' Plpins, from Patterson's Plains, and from St, Paitrick's- Plains), Mr. Maz.ere has expended -upon- it; within these two years, a sum very little short of £.1000 -in the most judicious and substantial Improvements imi capacious stock-yards, excell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 December 1827

TO BE LET. .. AN excellent' and :well- watered ]JARM1,in the imme ditediate vicinity of 1'allis' Plains, consisting of ,000ooo Acres of good. grazihig Lanid, With 'an' extensive .back Ruri for Cattle, admirably adapted for establishing a Dairy on a large scale. There are )0 Acres cleared and 50 under cultivation. A comfortable Dwelling House, with it Stock-yard, Men's Huts, and sundry Outbuildings are erected on the Farm, which will be let on moderate Terms. For' Particulars, apply to Mr. F. Boucher, New castle; or in Sydney, to Messrs Rapsey and Mitchell. Hunter's River, December 1, 1827. FERRIS'S WAREHOUSE. A SUBJOINED list of a stock of provisions, and other goods, of the best quality, selling off before Christmus, at J. Ferris's George street. Prime pine cheese; Ditto Colonial cheese ; York and wecstphalia hams' Derwent bacon ; Rein-deer tcngues ; Yarmouth red herrings, in jars A choice assortment of teas ; Double refined loaf sugar; Chin Chew sugar candy, crystalised ; White ch...

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TO E. S. HALL, ESQ. Hobart Town, December 6th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

To E. S. .IHLL, EsQ. Hobart :Towbn, December 6th, 1827. DA D i SiR .--When the Newspiaper Licence and 3rd: Stapip.-duty Act were proclaimed, the ruin of Van. Dieman's Land was sealed by the proclaumation of the: most arbitrary order of Council, that veas ever pro-' imulgated under the British Flag ; the avowed object, of which is to "put down,". (to use the expression of a: certain Colonial "-PRIME MINIsTER," stated 3 days: after his landing from the ship which brought himvfromi England) the" Colonial Times;" and atthe same time to, force into circuilatiori the " Hobart Town Courier," which; is fifty times more a. Ministerial .paper, than even the. .London " Courier,'.' from which it has taken its name. Whilst these disgraceful,' arbitrary, and unconstitutional orders have clearly kept the above un-English object in view; they brought desfrhction'to the hopes of: every; -independent Journalist;, whose property is now so redu :;ed ..lnm'vlhie; thaltt he: would,, supposing that Colone...

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December 24th, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

Pe mbe 2 :h,;1827. ,;~,To True EDITOR OF T8!$ MON ToB. C'hM'tmias Eve was uhbered ,in witbh th usual pc c u i~nali* i =girsenints iin the yarious atiests in, wyngd s an ianrljpaInyin' relish, abband ofstreiet w lking, singgrj ,ent their aid{' chauati~'ng Hatlleluiahsh' sRppq~,e t the, doorpy of good marlc in a ery. rsliiou8 and profitable Rkwnner, 0 `The 'echoes, of, this sfacred pzsc had acrcIyhdi d .sway,'when a Yahefan Band of n Usiciafle strucs .uip ,the popular and enlivening tunes of "11 ehny .rtilbag'Sie' v r,''Mrs{ Mdt·Leod's Reel," &c. to the, great recreittoq, ýif.lsocme Sr~or.orPQ.lnni characters otf both. sexes, vbp , ote4 its away uu4li day-light did appear. : '1 he fellow Sthat jilayed 'the 'Clarionet'in ttre' sacred gang, and the jrbfes?idr 'that perfotmed on 'the big drium in the pro ifant, w*re deterrmined :that people should -awake.. ani Hi~tei: to thein, 'specia!ly the latter, who rave the machine such' i idiiuiherahle hearty thwacks as would have :dtie'h'...

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NEWS BY THE SARACEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

4iw fiully : .n n , -? i, :,jthe .. qsi..i. iA ea shall siUeceeC the M1arquiis df Wellesley as Lord .ieutnae t of Ireland. The I4oble MV?icqiis's suecessor .?the Boarduof Orddl c; ,httas nt et': ' :b? n damed,- 91ring Chronic.. . Tueo Marquis of L:insdown has presented a petitionr to the King from the Jamaica Mlouse Asseiribly, in which .they narrate, whait they call the . afflictions of .e calumniated, opp?esised, and 'imapovcrished' people t.ey .represent." They complajn, that Ithis miserable coni ition has been occasioned by the unrepeailed, heavy 'duties of the lust war; by the consequences of the reso lution's of Parliament, adopted three yeir 'ago, by Which th sla?ves wis ekcited to rebelioni and by the ruinous .qndunjust measures recommended to. the, Jamaica As sedibly, as prkpieratory tb the eventual abolitin of sla very: They state that the tegisature of Jumaica, con At detity '1its duty to its constituents, can go no f et1e?." t4wards be?efitingf the slaves, wjthout a pled...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

- MtxoANDvM FOR T8$ BwaUrnG WERE. Circwmsion. J"' :[ High Water, 15 min, past 7 Morn.-45 min. past 7 Ev. Sun rises 53 min. past 4. en Full Moon 3 in the Afternoon. High Water, 15 min. past 8 Morn.-30 min. past 8 Nt. - I High Water, 9 Mor.-9 Night. E, I 'l Day 14 hours 14 min. long. I Sun sets 7 min. past 7. D; I v High Water 30 min. past 9 Morn.--10 at Night. SI&o High Water 10 Morn.-30 min. past 10 Nt. H jphany. I High Water 45 min. past 10 Morn.-11 Night. 't High Water, 12 min. past 5 Morn.-46 min. prst 6 Ev. i Plow Monday. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THB MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TiHE EVENING RESPEC-' TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 78 '85 79 1 Cloudy. TUESDAY ......... 78 86 80 Fine. WEDNESDAY...... 65 67 69 1 howery. THURSDAY ...... 651 69 72 I Cloudy. FRIDAY........... 67 77 80 Fine. SATURDAY ...... 72 70 66 Cloudy and cool. SINDAY .... .. 68 73 `76 Do..

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

'DO4EST iUt EL t44ENCE? CO"NTINU>. ¶IliLQTAhY Q ite s, &c. bnIbhing (ass thbeficial ddoeuments,cxpess .t ,economy, with, c'iv~n? nice; . are £tecting at, anllis' .Pains., . : . ...;AuAr has, been , ldyed .in the gaol at Newcastje, ,eha?rf d wit~t.ay atteTpt upon the life of a free man ,pained David Mi n., T latter ad held ti stuaton tof, oerseer.upon Emuu Plhuiis, durnng the existence of 6le~ystemnPf, severity forumerly exercised at that esta blqigmPnt. His alleged arbitrary cobluctto wards the; ,a;nfortunate creatures, over whom he was placed, gained ?him mny enemies he was, subsequently' rethioved to .Newcastle, where he was employed as overseer of the Camp Gang. On. bebcoing' ree, lie'eieredrnihto pti va e service up the river,. where the atteipt Was riiide Sone of th n itikn of the'farri. W ' V si haisposed of his abare of the Lord ierepo; to 'Mr. 'Levingbstobe,: the. Harbor-inmaster ' sl tis; tio ~ t ,. ani ho WbtRs o ? foreo, . ?proprietor. "he, Cupreac y4ass has: a...

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