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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

TAPOLEON., o by.. Sir, Wo4?LTE?C , .BartN. "-A I •FEW ' COPIES on Sale, at Mr. 'Bodenhanl's, George-street. NOTICE. 1WTHEREAS a dark BAY MARE was stolen from VV.a paddock in Parramiatta, on the Night of Sturi day last;--This is therefore to caution all Persons. from purchasing, or in any way receiving, the said Mare, the same being my property.' 'D.scription- A dark Bay' Mare, with long tair, '' small star in her forehead, branded on the {houlder I. R.-about four years old. JOHN'TIHORN. Parramatta, £4th Dec. 1827. TO THE PUBLIC, M i ESSRS. MURRELL, SANDWELL, and' Co. 1r1: ,hereby Caution the Public, not to vre credit i6 any one on their Account, without a ,wrttteri' doc*ment signed by them, as they will not be responsible for an+ Debts so contracted for the future. Sydney, 14th December, 1824. BY MR.PA4UL, At his Rooms, George-street, on Monday next, at eleven o'clock, by Order of the Trustees of Mr. DAvia MAZIERR, Insolvent. A BALE of. Excellent Duck FROCKS and TROW'? .E SERS, ex N...

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Hobart Town, Dec. 8, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

dAoba e Town, DV. 8; 1827, To TUB EwITonR OF TH MONITOR, SI'Ainiiu that the Lousfa sails to-mr6rrow early, for. Sbrdey:llate'~"s th'e'our now is, I must say a few words piiplnthe i?j?c of'ior:late Conia l Act', imposing re strictions upon the Press, and which ?of ianye treated' :with' such :deserved. severity in your paper'of the 15th; of O:'toler last. I' should- hope you'never for one mo rientibelieved, the Colonists of Van' Dienian's La;ind were so lost to Britis i:feelitn and a'seise of their own dduties .as Jritish subjects, nts tamely hnd passivclvy to submit to the .operation of this degrading Act ; and in; ?oof that" they nlot only know but will do thoiu' duty, I. 'ehclose you'i ;c6rresIoi?'dence vwith Lieut. Governor .Art~ur upon "the, imomendeitus -,' abject, and to: which .it ,may be,.proper that I :add, ihe credited' report that 'lord Bathurst. lanig since sent put orders -to your 'brMi1 eitit, as: whl: as'ours to tarry this odiouh mea sure tit ~ ei~jtitiet n't SSdhtey n...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

DEATH.--We are extremely sorry to announce to a circle of friends, in this Colony, who greatly esteemed him, WILLIAM BUCHANAN LAMB, Esq. a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, and late Commander of the merchant ship the Prince Regent. Captain Lamb, our readers will recollect, about eight years ago married MISS. CHARLOTTE SARAH GORE, the eldest daughter of WIL- LIAM GORE, Esq. then Provost Marshal of this Territory : by which event, the inhabitants of New South Wales felt that interest in Capt. L's. welfare, which his cheer- ful manners, lively urbanity, and unostentions benevo- lence, universally commanded.  

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MR. CANNING'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

MR. CANNING'S WILL ..       'Th plr of the Right Hon. George Canning, first Com missioner of- his Majesty's Treasury, and Chancellor of the Excheqher. S"Thi is 'teI?st t¶jill and testanment of. zie, the Right Hon. George Canning. of Gloucester-place, Brompton,       In'the county of 'Middlesex.' If ive andbe qeSth to   my dear wife; Joan Canningi, all And signuir srry, per dsonal estate and effects' w;hatsii6?r'er, aid ,weresQver, and what nature and kit d, sioii (sbbect "tdoi te. ay ment of my just debts, and' funeral, an?dtestamentary expenses,3 to and for her owe absolute use and benefit: and I de hereby nominate, constitute, and p aPpoipt 'mly. said dear wife, and the most Hon. William Henry Cavendish Bentick Scott, Marquis of TitchfieId' execu trix and execator of this my will, and guardians of my children during their minorities; and I do het'eby ,re voke all former and other wills by me...

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

NEWS BY THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE. BY the Queen Charlotte, we have received papers to the 10th of September inclusive. We copy the follow ing article of the Times, out 6f.the. Atlas (Sunday,. paper) of the 9th. It'appears Lord Goderich is still Premier. The Ministry settled once more. TIrEs--The Ministry is now completed : the agita tions of hope and fear, so far as these sentiments had been excited by any doubt on which side the balance of power would preponderate, have happily blown over; and when history can no longer be made subservient to mischievous and factious ends, it may not be without its use to bring together a few particulars, not exten sively-at least not publicly--known, which have oc curred in the course of the late negociations, and have more or less affected their issue. To the astonishment, of the Tories~ (no doubt,) his.Majesty did not, on Mr. Caninng's death, appeal to Lords Londonderryor Eldon, or any other of this much-honoured school of states men, to re-establish ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

"THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1827. Kriws are as liable to human frailty, as those over whom they bear sway; and it is therefore most consistent with greatness of mind, when these parties can look on each other's faults with equanimity of temper. Nobody we believe has ever doubted the personal Integrity of him .who is now at the head of this Government; but accu eationshave been brought by some for partiality. In the answers which the Governor has given to applica tions for land, it is said His Excellency's rule for dispen sing justice on this head was , liown '.to be extrerely imperfect; and that if the list be called over of those who have been promised land, aod the 9ther list who have had their requests refused, many of the latter will be Ibfound to have greater claims] than the former; and hence it is affirmed, that the granting of land is consi. dered by the present Government too much as a means of patronage, to be conferred on the supporters, or sup. posed suppo...

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

DOMESTWC INTE lGQNCE. SUpRE3ME COURT. FRIAY,--The Juges having taken their seats, Dr, Wardell.and Mr, Wentworth made cerq tain affidavits., Dr. W. then rose with one of the afli davits in his hand, pinned to a copy of the Sydney Ga zette. He informed tpe Court, that he held in bib lhand an affidavit oi" Wilijti Charles Wentworth, Esq., Bar rister of that Court, in whiqh the learned Counsel btid deposed, that a1 certain newspaper called the: Sydney Gazette or .NewSopth Wales Advertiser, of date the 28th Nov. last, No. 1,431, contained an article entitled a Government Order, (No. 40) dated the q7 th Nov. last, in which were the following words. " His ExCELLENCY is confirmed in the Assurance he had entertained, by the Orders he has received from the Lor4 Viscount GonERICH since writing the above, relative to certain proceedings here of His Majesty's Governmept, that the conduct of Lieutenant Governor STEART, 'and, of every other Officer, who has done. Ihis duty by discountenancing the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

=1'd01* BIP' FOR LONDON 'DIRECT. r 7r THE Constant Trader from 1823, ELIZA Sj BETH, Captain Collins, Burthcn 400 Tons, w aifl from this Port in all -January; the greatest .Part of heriCargo being engagod. For Partic'ulars, as to Freight, Application to be made it ibe Cou-ntiig-=House of THOMAS RAINE, Bligh-street. N OTICE,-- -The Undersigned, as one of Executors to the WILL of the late Patrick Downey, Settler of Prospect, bearing date the fifth day of June,1826, hereby gives this Public Notice, that all persons who have any claim or claims upon the said Estate, do forthwith render to him the amount and nature of their Claims. And all persons standing in debt, either by bonds, book debts, or otherwise, to the said. Estate, are also required to come forward, and discharge the same immediately, to avoid recourse being had to law, for the recovery of such debts. And the Public are further cautioned against paying or discharging., any such debt or debts   (as may be respecti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

SALES BY AUC'ION T. ANNANDALE ESTA TES.. 1 BY MR. PAUL. 'At hie Rooms, G&6 retistr Stjan6y, oon Tiz~tIy, tie 18th January, 1828. (1ly order of tlid ihtis fi pointed by the Supreme Court Lof Nec$ S'bdlitales ith the matter of David Maziere, ddeiied `'it h it - solvent.) ALL that valuable freehold property, cili??t A n'ti A dale, on the main braneh of Hunteir sivei-.; con sisting of two thousand'and el bt :aitis, and 'vll'k?idwii as Mr. Maziere's farnm; behing btýif d ?thieriver for. six miles on the East side, and also b!" tieri?e o~fthfi, North and South, and forming one.of1ti '@ids't&?oxAplte properties in the County of Cutiib&rliind. Independent of the .natural iavnttAgek of ths dfinei Estate, and its centrl sitiatin- iar efdi?" efi-didatif E.m Wallis' Plains, from Patterson's iPlailis, aid 'fiýcm St. Patrick's Plains), Mrt. A i.zer hds ep'ete iijidp , iti within these two years, a suii v riftit&hbit' o iLO,06 in' itd nicst" juidieibtii and substhri...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

Sbipping ntelligt nte. Arrivals--On Thursday, the Saracen, Captain' Kenny,. from England, with 370 Merino and Saxon Shieep, I entire _Horse, and Merchandize, for Messrs. Jones and Walker; left ,Eagland the 5th of September, and came direct to this Port. Passengers-Mr. Evans, Veterinary Surgeon and Superip, tendent of the Stock, Mrs Evans, and Mr. aid. Mrs. Palmer. Also, the Brig Haweis, Captain Williams, from Batavia, with a cargo of Wines, Spirits, and Sugars, for Mr. Robert Campbell. Oni Saturday, the Barque Nimrod,.Captain Hervie, with a cargo of Merchandise, and a great quantity of Spirits, for the house of Cooper and L'eve.y; left England in June last and put in at.the Cape to repair, having sustained considerable damage, which detained them five weeks; left the Cape the first weekin November. Passengers--Mrs. Hervie, 2 chil dren, and 2 servants,, Messrs. Phillips and Marsden, Lieut. Lamb, R. N Lady, and two children, a~d Messrs. Beddik and. Berwvise. Also, the Brig Dragon, Cap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 December 1827

SWindsor,' November 15th 1827. 1THE .Reverend M. D. Meares,. M. A. is desirous. to j ireceive into his ,family eight young Gentlemen, whose education be will undertake to perfect in the following branches of literature, vis ; Greek, Latin, French, English, History, .ancient and modern, Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geography, Use of, the globes; and Mathematics. Terms, 54 guineas per an uno. N.. B.. There are six vacancies. For other par ticlaris, application to be made to Mr. Mears, at Windsor. T HOMAS' WARD,' HAIR-DRESSER and PERFU MER, begs leave to return his most grateful thanks to the Public, for the patronage he has experienced since his commencement in business; and to inform them, that be has removed from his residence in King Street, to No. 100, Pitt Street, next door to the Loggerheads where he hopes for a continuance of their favours; Ladies and Gentlenmen attended at their Houses. Ward begs to announce, that he has lately engaged one of the first-rate Hair-Dressers...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

i A'bippirgr .ntellgcu .e.. Arrivals--On MomncJy,' the Schooner -Danlig. from New castle ; on Tuesday the Schooner Hunter from the Coal River. This morning, the Government Schooner .4lligator, having. been out 17 days in pursuit of the riita\vays from Slhoalliuven, without success. Deparlitres-On Tuesday, the Lord. Liverpool for Newcas tle; on Wednesday, the Lucy Ann for Port 1lacquarie, and the Caroline; for thle Coal River. Prtjected Departures-The 'Herald ; for New Zealand ; and thie Amity for Melville Islanl; in a few day:, the Research, Captain Dillon, for Calcutta. Remain in Ilarbhour, with If. Al. Ship Pandora,-Ships, AiMedu',/,, John, Eliuza, Elizalbeth; (Colin) Elizabeth, (Pouditch) lne( Geor.e tHome. Brigs-4nmity, Lord Rodnety, Ner.u.i lomnia, Ma?lry, Dl)i'aon" laoweis, Qruen Charlotte, lPhilip DIundat, BonUa T7?ta, "c//iing/on, t'nd W?oodlark: ' Barques-Orelia, Aclia, Frederick, Saracen, and Nirmrod. Schooners--Herald and Iletty. Cutters--D)art, (Revenue) Northumberland, ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

MEUMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUTING WEEE. ... ]Ciatnmsion. ! High Water, 15 min. past 7 Morn.-45 min. past 7 Ev. " S un rises 53 min. past 4. . c, Full Moon 3 in the Afternoon. H Uigh Water, 15 min. past 8 Morn.--30 min. past 8 Nt. I High Water, 9 Morn.-9 Night. ; e Day 14 hours 14 mid. long. Sun sets 7 min. past 7. '1 Tý J High Water 30 min. past 9 Morn.-10 arcNight. a 1 J High Water 10 Morn.-30 min. past 10 Nt. o, (" High Water 45 min. past 10 Morn.-l l Night. lHigh Water, 12 min. past 5 Morn.-46 min. prat 6 Ev. Plow Monday. 0 VARIATIONS Of THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNINO, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ..... 78 8579 Cloudy. 'TUESDAY .......... 78 86 80 Fine. ,WEDNESDAY.. .,.. 65 67 69 owery. THu?RaAY ...... 65 ?9 72 Cloudy. FRIDAY........... 67 77 80 Fine. SATURDAY: ". ...... 72 1 70 | 66 Cl?pdy and cool. SUNDAy ?...:..... 68 1 73 761 Do.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. S Aberag price o quicantit y sold - N Wheat 7E. Od do. ,6. 6d per Bushcl.--iaize 5s. Od. ,B arleyi4s. (id.-Oats 4s. 6d.-Fine . Flour, 1(;s.. Od. ster g 'iing:per 100lIbs.-Second do. 13s. 0d.--Bread 41d. per 2lb. 'LaE.--Potatoes 25s. per cwt.--Butttr (salt) 2s. ()d - Fresh 38s.3L--Eggs Is. 94. per doz.-Coloniial common Ch eese Is. d.--'owls 3s. 9d. per couple.--Dl)ucks Gs, (?eese 12a. (),.per couple.-Turkies 1 7,.-T1u rnips 3d. per h?unch-Carr.?t~ d -Onions4jd. per Ib.-Bcef per lb. lby tJ q1rter 4j by the Joint 6d.-Muttou 7d.--Pork 7d. --Bac s. ?4~i per lb -Ha.s is. d. do -Veal lOd - Appea'6: 18. t.r d(oz.--Orangts 2s. 6d.--Apricots is. pea d.-- ay £.12 10s. 0d. per ton--Straw f.1 10s. Od. per load. A fewl Pigs sold at very lowv prices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

SALES BY A.UCTION..u ANNANDALE. S T,4ATES. BY MR. PAUL. .At his Rooms, George-street, Sydney, on Tuesday, the 18th January, 1828. (By order 'of the Trustees ap pointed by the Suiireme Court of New South Wales, in the matter of David Maziere, declared an In solvent.) ALL that valuable freehold property, called Annan dale, on the 'main branch of Hunter's River; con sisting of two thousand anrd eighty acres, and well known as Mr. Maziere's farin being bounded by the river for sik miles on the EaSt side, and also by the river on the North and South, and forming one of the 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 Wallis' Plains, -from Patterson's Plains, and from St. Patrick'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- in capacious s'tock-yards, excellent p...

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News by the Queen Charlotte Continued.— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

CANAD?.-A very able and instructive 'article on this "Cat y. appears intdhginumlbe' of the Westminster Review ; end ' as its presents. Stta e is interesting, and :involves qstiions of grea 'i'potitical importance, we: think we Eannot do better than &ive our readers some .account of ,1te r:Reviey's statemerpts and arguments ; which arq, the .imore entitlqd to attention, inasmuch as they, re profes ,edlly, and evidently, derived from actual experience. '". T'I~EIeviewer properly sets out, with the question- t oir connekio.n' with 'Canada advantageotis to both .partieeaor to either ? It is obvious that this is the only p?.ntto be cpnsidered, in debating whether we should con :tinue to 4old, or should a)andon any colony. The writer undertakes to show, thatthe connexion, "by subjecting Canada toa hostof evils in the shape of bad Govern 'scent, and this country to a no less fearful list, in that of unrequited expense and a' ruinous trade, is produc tive solely of miischief to both...

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NEWS BY THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE. The Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

T'tqi Cde Court Circular states, that his Majesty held a Ciourt at Windsor on Monday last, which ' as attendcd -by nearly all the Ministers. The Right Hon. William - Huskisson was introduced to the King by Viscount Goderich when his Majesty presented him with the Seals" of Offiee as Secretary of State for the Colonial Department.-The Right Hon. John Herries was' pre sented to his Majesty by Viscount Goderich, and received " the Seals of Office as Chancellor of the Exchequer. The Right Hon. Charles Grant, Vice-President of the Boarda of Trade, had an audience of the King, at which Mr, Huskisson' assisted. The, Right Honourable Gen tleman kissed hands" on' being appointed by his Majes ,ty, President of..the Board of Trade and Treasurer of the Navy. A Privy Council was afterwards held, at which Mr. Huskisson and Mr. Herries ,were sworn into Otice. 'Tie Ministers afterwards partook of a sumptuous enter tainment at the Castle. "The Lords' Commissioners of the Treasury held a B~ard on Mon...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

.,; ; i ., S. THE 1OITOR. 'THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1828. AtUTnoRs of all kinds who are remarkable for any particular quality, are sure to be read. This rule is so invariable, that some authors are read for their extreme absurdity. Of this class is the Editor of the publica tion called, the Sydney Gazette or New South Wales Advertiser.- Whenever we feel ii} a sort of stupid good-humnour, such as that which used to cause the Lord Mayors of London, in days of yore, to call for their fool or jester to enliven them, and make thenm merry, we always take up the Gazette, It is o r fool ;' and considering we only pay twenty-five Spanish dollars a-year for the jibes of the motley Editor, we think tie futm we derive from his gasconading, grotesque, mock heroic, subllmely bombastic effusions, excessively cheap. Th~ Sydney Gazette is the most unvarying uniform dish of. absurdity and blockhead-edness, which it was ever our good-luck to fall in with and be partakers of. S FeoLs, however, by a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. fMr. Robert Cooper, of George-street, entertained a very large and respectable Party of Friends, on the even.' ing of Friday lost. .On Saturday last, eleven individuals, naned Harding, Levy, Porter, Johnson, Wood, Gran, Pike, -HaImilton, IIolland,.E illpck, and Davis, appeared before the 'olice, to ans'wer to summonses issued at the instance of Chief( Constable Jilks, for selling spirits without a licence. The parties were severally convicted, and fined e cli ihl £.25 with costs, amoup?ping iAn1 to, £.27 5, ex:tlusive o't costs. WE learn with peculiar pldasire, that amrong the li beral and well educated people at the Cape of Goo4 l-ope, (a class far superior to the people of this Co lony) Mr. Bannister is universally esteemed, and considers it the happiest day of his live ivhen,'throughl his muisunderstandings with General Darlin,, lie felt himself compelled to leave the Colony. W\p are. of opinion our worthy ex-Sheiiff and Mr. W. II.l oorv,r woul, bqth find a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 January 1828

I ConRoATIoxj OFFICE, DEc. 14th, 1827.! 4 EASEf. ,LAND., ,witih,.P j I$SSION to P .R-R G.1, CHIASS:.-- The. Trustees of Clergy and School e Lands, hereby give Notice, that they will dispose of the' .r undermentioned LANDS, on the Terms and conditions, a following : t A list will remain open in their Office, 'until four y o'Clock of Thursday,. the fourteenth day of Febiuary, e 1828, in which Persons may, on, any day, insert, (or cause to be inserted by a Procurator, producing written K authority) their Names and .the amount they ore dis * posed to offer for the Land... A transferable Lease, for f I wenty.-one .Years, will be made' to the Person who ) shall offer the highest Price on which a deposit of Ten per r Cent. will be required, and Five per Cent. per Annum l. demanded on the remainder as a Rental. The Lessee may at any time, within the Term of the Lease, pur s chase the Fee Simple, by paying a sum equal to twenty ) Years' purchase of the Rent offered, when a convey ance will b...

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