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

FIRST-WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE Constant Trader from 1823, ELIZA-     BETH, Captain Collins, Burthen 400 Tons,   will Sail from this Port in all January; the greatest Part of her Cargo being engaged. For Particulars, as to Freight, Application to be made at the Counting-house of THOMAS RAINE, Bligh-street. •oidh,,|a. id'", 4jo to the NOTICE,-The Undersigned, as ? ? to the WILL of the late Patrick Downey, Settler of Prospect,   hearing 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 cauti oned against paying or disch...

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

TO THE EDITOR Of THE I SYDNEY GAZETTE --SIR, I am extremely sorry that. the very true and substantial reason I gave in your Paper, the other day, for not being able to accommodate a Meeting which w:yas advertised to be held at my house,'should have cal ied'forth such comments from you, as I consider them to be quite unnececsary; I hope, thoughtless as I think -perhlps you may be, you are not aware, that a Public Tavern in London, is open to all meetings and parties, whether radical or not. Neither is it for the landlord to ;inquire, as he gets paid for his rooms and aecommoda .tion; but, Sir, if a Mceeing is called in London, you :know who calls it, therefore you know whb to look to for expenses ; but here in Sydney, if a Meeting be called, -you never know who calls it .; and I take upon myself to say, that I have been obliged repeatedly, I. may say ten or fifteen times, to confine my lodgers to their bed-rooms or they may walk about the garden or.tL.e street, to ac .commnodate thos...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantdty sold New Whent 7s.--Old do 6s. 6d per Bilhel.-=Maize 5S. O(d. Barley 4s (id.--Oats 4s. 6d.-Fine" Flour, 16s. Od: ster ling per 1(10 Ibs.-Second do. 13s. 0d.--Bretad 41d. per 21. Loaf.-Potatoes 25s. ' per cwt.--Btter (salt) 2s. 'd Fresh 3s. 3d --Eggs Is 9d per.doz.-Colu.ial colnmon (Cheeie Is. 3d.--Fowls 3s. 9d. per eouple.--l)Ducks 6. Geese 12s 0. per couple.-- Turkies I 7 -Tzrnips 3d. per bunch -Carrots 3d --Onions4jd. per lb.-Beef per lb. by the quarter, 44d ; by.the Joint 6d.-Mutton 7d.-Pork .7 --B3ucaon Is. id per lb --Hama Is. 8d. do --Veal 10d - Lemuens Is. per doz -Oranges 2s. 6d.-Apricots Is. Appl, s 6id.--I lay £. 12 10s.Od. per ton--Straw £.1 10s.,Qd per loud. A few Pigs sold at very low prices. Trv. Vcrnranb!e e Archde?c.on ertertained a numer nus party of flkththnnlh. a to dinnur- at his residence at VWoolooualro, on Thureday last

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

* DIAEIY. . MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WERE. Ej Higlh Water, 56 min. past 12 Morn.- - Sun rises 55 min past 4, and sets 5 min. past 7. ?T I hgh Water, 29 min past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 2 Aft. o High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 2 Aft. SLast Quarter.o(.the Moon, 20 uin. past 5 p. in. Si High Water 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. - tv j ighl Water 33.muin past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 A. ui |I I High Water 36 min. past 4 Morn.--8 min. phst 5 Ev, l ' lligh Water. 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Ev. VARIATIONS or TIIsRMOMETER, &C. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THI MORNING, [U Ar NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MonoDAY ........ 69 74 76 Cloudy. FUesu?A ........ 72 80 73 Fair. WEDNF.SDAY..... 70 90 80 Fine. TUunsAY ...... 72 84 80 Do. PRIDAY.......... 174 83 81 Do. SATruDAY ...... 76 80 57 Cloudy. SUNDAY ........ . 79 89 180 Fine.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

THE Ministry is now arranged, and our readers will learn all the particulars about it, by referr.ng to the fol lowing Court Circular. 'Mr. .Herrie's .appointment, though they attempt to disguise .it, has given mortal offence to Whigs. 'Ihe Marquis of Lansdowne, the head of the Whig party in oulice, tendered the seals to the King upon t...is occasion. We belie\e he was lprompted to this by offended dignity. .His resignation was not accepted; and hence some of the Whig lpapers pretend to say, that his Majesty pressed and solicited the Marquis to continue in utlice. As far as regards en treatyu and supplication, we are assured there was none. The Kinu undoubtedly, return, d the seals to the Marquis, and the noble Secretary ipoltcly.received them again, and ordered his horses to urive back to London. To call this pressure and entreaty is absurd. But the fact which speaks most loudly, as to the declijuinig. influence of the Whilgs is this,--tiey are necer at Wanmdor. The King seldomn see...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

ST-HIE ION'I'TORl . MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1828. * BuT, we have long been surprised in common with the Colonists generally, at the magnanimous forbearance .of His Excellency in regard to certain public individuals ; for it must be the conviction of every reflecting mind, that an avowed enemy is infinitely preferable to the character of an uncertain friend. It has been wisely observed, that no man can serve two masters; and the moment it is discovered that a public character is halting between two opinions that official men are turning betwixt the Government and its opponents-that instant should such parties be con strained to fall into the ranks of those, with whom they had thought proper to associate themselves. In such cases, so far as our observation may be allowed to extend, it is much better for the Government to be divested of such appendage, than to suffer, and seriously suffer too, from a protracted' connexion, which may benefit the corrupted and interested mind, but mus...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

MARRIED.—On Tuesday the 1st instant by Special     License, at the Parish Cburch of St. John's. Parra— matta, by the Rev. S. Marsden, Mr. Doyle of Sack— ville Reach, to Miss McDougall of Baulkham Hills.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

THERE is SO litt'e doubt of.:?,7aitlpe 'Tasta's ' enefit being well attended ,tomorrow, ithat it tay.be consid ered, ann most probably ,.s,AplUiteauu ec.espryto, call the attentiLn.of our readersao..it. :Netvertheless,.?e feel it to be a duty-a discharge ofsa,debt of gratitude due to .her, for the exertions she makeshwbenevershe .is before the public, and. as an acknowledgirnnt. .of, her great, her unrivalled talents-to wish .her every possible success on this occasion,.and to express our,bhpe that. she will be supported by. the .unfeigned admirers .of.. the. lyric drama. The new opera, composed on- purpose for:.her by Signor Coccia (who .ranks. high in'Italy), being on one of the most popular subjects in English history,, js likely to excite a ,more .than. usual .degree - of interest so far,as the dramatic part of it-is conce.ned. We.Veave heard much of the music; but will not repeatany opti nion on tbis.,point, until we.are.enabled.tQ,form .ne for` ourselves. A.new.prodigy in, mus...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

:'.~~1%r'n* i s'wi-unfnhndeI i'acethatiiave been pub l~ ie Air'i i hithe'e three weeks, "With respect to the Atldinii trfiti, m,'i;1hst lead a foreigner to:infer,tllat the silriir of i iefditduty was cihcentered in the English .elm 'a?ter. '" : .rt of i te dis trate arttached to ,this dramanti s?ing Aihl tt'ifliºg ith ftion, may:be attributed ito 'our Sta'e+umei, who cught to show more respect -to the people t Et?hgland by cotmnmutlicating'to them circum st:nce'i?'h wVhicih they are so deeply 'inte-ested. The 'Aminmist~ra.uln is now'fixed, -and it maybe as well to irevert o the btye-play'by 'which -the arrangements were accompln'ed. 'On the death -.f Mr. Csmnning,-ns soon as Ltord Goiderich-found himself elevated to the rank of i~rst 'Lord of the Treasury, 'he offcred the ,situation of tZh:iu'ttelor of the :Exchequer to Mr. Herries, without con.ulting his colleagues. N6tbody disputes that there rTe';n:rh much nmote competent in point of" talents to fill this oieCe.1*hase nominatiani...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

. ,-iLt? Y AUCT':ION. . .L ..... NAN.DALE -ESTATES. iBY. MR. ,JkUW . * At his Rooms, George-street," tydivuy, on Tgesdiay, tle 15th January,; 1828. (lly order of t-he Trustees up pointedby ihe-Supreme Court of New South Wales, she m iatter -bf IDavid Miziere, declared :ap _-In 'i LL that vhluhble ,freehnld proper y, called Annan ." dale, on-the ,main braach of Hunter's River; cop r e'two thousand and eighty acres,.and .vellc nown as a*t r oi'ziere's farm, being bounded by .the river for ,iK imilesio~'nthe Bast side, and.also.;by, the river on the Ndrthn, aSouth, and forming'one of the most cominplete popertiesýin.-the County.of. Cuberland. ide.endent of ,tbe natural, adva ages of -this-fine. Estate, and its central situation.(bemi equt-d.stant from Wallis' Plains,' from . Pattersonf P)airds, ,and from -St. .,Patriek's.PIains),/Mr.,.klaz.ere .;has expended upon it, within these two years, a su r: very little.short of ;.1000. in the mnat judicious and substanti.alImprovements- in capa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

AiU I e*IV~J5Ti(AVOL A eLU S JOHN G?UltNElt. "Offlint~ell.etreiet.Evdsev, l .MA.L . st. Jhu ir var let, 18lad28 " " . e n the ark sear shoulder,p wi ethather Letteri ihbistint. Site Red CO , white tail kt d t ly,, brde, ipvesed "Black .Norsti~d stockings feet '. ,, 4 years old, with . a-e. Calf, abut 3 ..ttoa balls froum No. i6 to 60 ed 'ttofL CK, 3 ers o red head and a gsoulenerals, wiitewi of oteherl ad some .N ( I'1CE.--'l'bere is now running~ on Mr. Oxley's ed Land, Winth c bac ee.k and n a Rend a EpieceR, oneof eah ear, branded D on the off shoulder, anid the other" le'ttr 20sts ... *f D urk Red, . Steer, white star in ,lie 'forehead; -old white spiot on th 'e forehead, whii belly, branded C N.whi ?----..... .GEORGE H.LMBDIDGE, Poundkeeper, Tif e #ittr o'.o'hr Wi'llark W4,eaver,'ds to~his tail. If' not climtied in 'I~wenty-one Dais, from this 'kite, *ill be Sold to pay ExLpenses. d Jrnnary. 1827. " ." k f Ne, Souplegt 'dte, 281 i Dece.n.r, 1827 THE 'Prot iNCE ors f Wink Stock a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COxNIAL ScRsrTAnR's OvFICs 29th Dzc. 1827 THIRTY POUNDS REWARD. W HEREAS Infirmlatiion ha-; been received, that the House of Mr. Peter Stuckey, at Wollindilly Ri rir, in the County of Argyle; was, on tipMdav last, the 23d Ibstant, attacked and plundered by a Party of armed Bushrangers, who have committed liucnerous other Depredations ; and there is Reason tb believe, that the undermentioned Individuals, with John 'Terinant, per ,Prince Regent, for whom, a lReward of Twenty Pounds, and a Ticket of Lea e, was offered by the Government Notice, of the 4th Sepaember, were con learned in the,said Outrage; Notice i. hereby given, that 'fbe,Suan f TEN POUNDS will be paid to any Person, or Persons, who may apprehend and lodge any one of .the Individuals alluded to, in one of His Majesty's ,Gaols. , S.James Brown, or Brune, a Frenchman. formerly in tb'e ervice of Mr. Stuckey, " Thomas Keane, per Sir Godfrey Webster, a Native of Meath, twenty-two Years of Age, 5 Feet 71 Inch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

:PAUL as received per Nereus,' the following sJ valuable and useful Assortment of GOODS, viz: COTLERY ; comprlrising itory balance knives and forks dil to Bone b-orn ditto renknives ant clasp ditto •. fowlingr pieces I-Holter pistols Iltacksnmithl' anvils'and files Ditto bellows Vices, sorrts Tea kettles with fountains Cast iron tell kettles Coffee mills '(pa.tent) Trying, j Lk, and smoothing planes Carpenters' Ploughas Pi, cross-'ut, and hand saws IrWass and iron n ire sieves Machine and other wire lRting and wheat sieves i Helved hatchets, axes, and mortice ditto Iron cart boxes VLks o"fatl descriptions 'fT.;nd other hinges .Scle's and beams . ..teel yards assorted Shovels and spades 'Sopdkeshaves, and drawing knives Steel wheat mills, with fly wheels : Fish-hooks assorted Thermom eters, ditto * Carpenters' rules, bevels, and gages Shin'gle, batten, and other nails Grubbing and, garden hoes, and rakes . Bill and brush hooks Sickles and sheep shears, harrow tines Cast iron pots of ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

Shipping Intelligence.   Arrivals.-On Thursday evening, the ship Florentia, Captain Billett, with 1614 male prisoners, one died on the pasasge; left England on the 13th of August, put into Cork for fresh water; left the latter place on the 15th of September, with a detachment of the 40th regt. Captain Barnett and his lady, Surgeon, James Dickson, Esq. Departures.-On Saturday, H. M. Ship Pandora, for Hobart Town and New Zealanri, having on board the Archdeacon. The 'Missionary's Schooner', Netald, for Nlcw Zealand, with Stores, and the Rev. Mr. Yates, Missionary. Projected Departures.-'The Atnily, " for King George's Sound and Melville Island; the Frederick, for Batavia, and the Hetty, for Launceston. Remain in Harbour.-Ships, MDedau'y, Elizabeth, (Collin.) Eliza, John, Florentia, Elizabeth, ( Powditch) ald George Ilomer Iarques-Orelia, Asia, Frederick, Saracen, Aimrod, Research, and Sovereign. Brigs-Crmiity,. Lord Rodne&y,. Nereus, Ionia, -Mary, Duagon; Haweis, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on Thurs- day, the 17 th Instant, (if not previously disposed of by Private Contract) TWO capital GIG or SADDLE HORSES, warranted to go quiet in Harness. For particulars, enquire of Mrs. S. WAPLES, Sydhey. BY MR. BODENHAM, At his Rooms, on Wednesday, the 9th Instant, at Eleven o'Clock precisely, on account of the number of Lots without Reserve ; by Order of the Trustees of Wil- liam Bucknell, declared an Insolvent in the Supreme Court of New South Wales. THE Undermentioned Valuable- PROPERTY ; 31 Rolls of bagging 35 Bolts of canvas 30 Boxes of pickles 14 Boxes of soap 2 Boxes of Windsor soap 117 Falling axes 1 Parent steel mill (fly wheel)   1 Case of spits     8 Tillers 4 Smoke jacks Lot of button blue 5 Pieces of hair seating 3 Pieces of cotton tick 2 Dozen of chimney blacking 2 Very handsome tea urns. 6 Tea trays 1 Bag of allspice 2 Cases of paper hangings A few bonnets 2 Kegs of black lead in powder 3 Casks of ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court.—Monday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 7 January 1828

DOMESTIC ' INTELLIGEJNCE. -Supreme Courl.---Monday, December 31. Ex. perte RonRFT VARDE'LL, Doctor of Laws, for a Rule 'to shLow cause, Why a criminal.infornmation should ntbt be filed againit ALEXaNDERa M'LEAY, Esquire. IN the above case, which was postpcned for the de cisioinof the Court, in order to nlford'their Honors an opl.ortunity ft' looking iovet the affidavits on which the ilieiltiotn wais matde, tromin Friday last to this morning, 'the 'Chlif Justice dclivired the following ibservations : *The (hi:EF JUsS'iC..--Thlis S an al)pplLaticain to the 'Cdurtfor a rule, clling'upon Alexander M''Leay, Es 'quire, Sceretary of 'the:Cukiny, to slhew cause, why a criminal'information lsbiiuld not be gratecd against hip, for causing a certain .Order, entitled a Government. ')tdcer, to be inserted in the Sydney Gazelltte, on the 14th (lay of Decembi-r lust ; and which Order,'it is sworn by the party applying for the Rule, Robert WVardell, Doctor of Laws, contains a charge of factious 'an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

LST ARRIVED. per the NIMROD and on SALE, Sat T. Spicer's, No 13, York-street, at very reduced Prices; for Cash.--A great variety of ladies and chil 1ren's shoes. pentark satin, Spanish leather, and kid soes A quantity of ladies's silk gloves lilack worsted stockings Green gauze Cotto.1 balls from No. 16 to.60 yed cotton,• &c. And a general assortmentof other Goods." N rilCE.--'There is now running on Mr. Oxley's . Land, Wingucac&bee, a Red HEIFER, one year oli, white spot on the forehead, white 'flhink, and white tail. If not cliimed' in Twen~ty-one Days, from this Date, will be Sold Yo pay Expenses. 3d January, 1827. Bank of New Soutk GWales, 28th Decemb.r, 1827. VTHE Proprietors of Bank Stock are requested V to meet at the Bank Buildings, on Wednesday, the SG6th January next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing, a Director in the room of Captain Allman resigned. And also to consider of extending the Direction with View to the electing of a ce...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. AT a late hour on the pight of Thursday, some vil lains wvho had previously made themselves acquainted with a soldier and his wife who occupy a small cottage in York Street, adjacent to the Military Barracks, con triivd hi the absence of the woman who was dispatched by one of the party for some rum, to extract notes of the Bank of Australia amounting to upwards of £20. froin a box, whore one of the party had previously seen the money deposited, with which, and every portable article in the house, they effected their escape. The parties being known to the soldier, and suspicion being attached to some prisoners who absented themselves from Hyde Park Barracks on that night, it is probable the guilty will be indentified when an examination takes place. The soldier belongs to H. M's 57th Regiment, and one of his own comrades being in the house at the house at the time of the robbery is a singular circumstance: the precaution of confining this man has been...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

MidnARAN h FOR O IHIE'' BNSUING- WEEK. 'H I igh Water, 56 min. past 12 Morn. . i .u:Sun rises .i5 min. past 4, and sets 5 min. past 7. V High Water, 29 min past 12 Mores.-46 min. past 2 Aft. I I High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.--55 -min. past 2 Aft. Last Quarter of the Moon, 20 min. past?5 p. m. a? ? j High Water 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. w I | High Water 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 nain. past 4 Aft. Swi 2 I High.Water 36 min. past 4 Morn. 8 miu. past 5 Ev.. - ( 2 ( High Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Ev. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ... 68 74 76 Cloudy. TUESDAY ........ 72 80 73 Fair. WBDNESDAYh...... 70 9Q 80 Fine. THURSDAY ...... 72 84 80 Do. FRIDAY........... 74 83 81 Po. SATURDAY ..... 76 80 57 Cloudy. SUNDAY ........ 79 89 80 Fine.

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

THE MONzTOR. THURSDAY EVENrNG, JANUARY 10, 1828. I WEDNESDAY B Australian contained letters from our old,Colonist, Mr. Eager, who in their contents, proves the great interest he still takes in the welfare of the Country r and that time and absence, have by no means abated his ardent attachment to the cause of Australian firedogn. We purpose publishing these letters in our next, in place of our usual quantity of English matter; by which we- shall be furnished with grounds for some i'portant reflections. In the mean time, we suggest to some of our independent tavern-keepers, to make proposals to the public without delay, through means of an advertisement, for celebrating the anniversary of the Colony, (the 26th instant) by the usual Corporation feast; at which all the livery-men of this civic town of Sydney, if well-dressed, and free, are (as they ought to be, and as we trust they ever will be,) admitted on pay ing for their ticket. The twenty-sixth of January, is i¢ New South Wales, ...

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