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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

20 POUNDS REWARD. STOLEN OR STRAYED, F ROM TIIE DOG-TRAP FARM, n black. Mare, about 14 hands high, heavy in foal, branded on the near side under the saddle H II, a short tail, and small swelling on the back, occasioned by the saddle, the property of -the late IV. G. Whitfield, deceased. If strayed, whoever will bring her to Mr. lPritchctt, .or "Ir. 1. WVri -ht, Sydney, shall receive ti`ieward . of Two Pounds ; but, .if clandestinely detained after this Ad:ertiscmcnt, whoever will give information so as to lead to the convictionf of the Offenders,' shall receive the'above reward of Twenty Pounds, from the un dersigned. It. C. PRITCH ETT, JAS. WRIGH IT, Executors of the late. W. G. Whitfield. Sydney, July 17th, 1829. LODGINGS TO LE r' AT PARRAMATT.4, WITH BOARD. UIET retired lodgin!,s at Parramatta in a comntdious cottage, ktpt by an elderly female of the greatest respecta bility, may be had by one or two gentle men unencumbered. These lodgings would -suit persons who may he waiting f...

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LIVERPOOL POOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

LIVERPOOL FOOLS. READ?R, imagine a general meeting of all the rFoxes from all the covers and dens within a circuit of twenty miles; and, at this meeting, a general barking and yal/ing and capering and gamboling, expressive of the joy of the parties at the news of a pack of fox-hounds having been set up in the neighbourhood: or, imagine all the RATS in the barns and pigaties of a farm-yard, assembled to gether in one of the barn floors, to dance about, play with each other's tails, and to sing, in their way, to celebrate the birth of a litter of cats, and another:of ferrets, both brought into the world on one and the name auspicious day; or, imagine all tilo PAnTRIDvoas, (on two or three large farms, col lected, on thal; tof August, in one cover, ra one ±tulbble-icld. curl there fltutterting and playing andm . {ý@ is EýT a °ýd .,, al' 4 ,urry , covery of grnpowder : imagine eitlcr,:or all, of these ; would yournot say, that these were the moset stupid, the most completely senseless, ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 August 1829

J3oinel tti t itcleInetUt ec. Cnrr CnAT.-An inquest was held last Saturday, on the body of a man named John Smith. who was picked up floating this morn ing. It appeared, about three weeks ago the deceased was in Cadman's boat belonging to Government, which upset, and the deceased was unfortunately drowned, The Jury re turned a verdict of accidental death.--Poor old Billy Blue, who was committed to Jail on Friday evening, for nonpayment of a fine levied for harbouring a prisoner of theC rown, was discharged on Saturday. Mr. Pitman kindly stepping forward and paying the amount, 26 dollars, and three and nine pence costs.--Shinglera are asking ten shillings per diem for their labour, besides having their food found them.-A woodmnan appearing the other day to give evidence in the Police Ofilce, made his debut with a new pair of Woodstock vellowv gloves.--The South.Head road is in. fested on Sundays, with a set of fellows, some with guns pretending to shoot, and others with formidable bl...

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BUENOS AYRES PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

BUENOS AYRES PAPERS. . The Paper from' Buenos Ayres, bring the intelligence, which is not to be wondered at, Lhat the acts of violence, of whichwe have; ~ately had accounts, have begottert othe's., F'he deposition and execution of the late,0o., iverzaor, by the troops of Buenos Ayres, have. :offended the other Members of the Cotfede.' .racy, who have taken up arms aguinst.llavlhle and his successful adherents in the capital.' S'hese persons, in addition to their. other offences, are called Unitarians; by which the. pcople of La Plata do not mean the sect of; l)issenters who are held such objects of fear, aºnd abhorrence to Lords Eldon and Winehel. sea-as little better than Catholics; but the. enemies of the federal system, by which. the provinces are now, in name, held together., A civil war between the capital and the pro. vinces seems, therefore, inevitable; nor hare we any means of knowing what its issue is likely to he, or when that issue is to be ex. pected. This only is certai...

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DONNA MARIA II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

DONNA MAlI& II. Saturday last, the 4th of April, was the enth anniversary of the birth-day of ,his Bri. annit Majesty's interesting little protegde, the ,xiled Queen of Portugal. About eleven *'clock on Saturday morning, the weather be. loming particularly fine, her Majesty arrived at he house of the Portuguese Ambassador, in :ohth Audley.street, after a pleasant drive rom'?her country resildence. accompanied by .er usual state attendants, Ladies Donna ,Le ,nor De. Camera, and.the Countess of Lin sares; Gentlemen, Doms Thoinaz Muscaren. us, and Sylva Suadanuhu, -for the purpose' of 1ublicly celebrating her hitth.day in London, urrounded by her faithful subjects in Eng. and, the devoted companions " of their Sove. eign in her temporary exile. We should suppose that there were at least two hundred if the Portuguese emigrants present at the queen's drawing-room. The greatest part of this number came either in gay military uni orm, decorated with orders, or wore the ordi tary co...

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MASSACRE OF THE RUSSIAN MINISTER AND SUITE IN PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

,MASSACRE OF THE RUSSI (N MINISTER AND SUITE IN PERSIA. . The Hamburgh Papers, which arrived yes terday, contains the following account from it. Petershurgh, of a fatal broil in the Persain *apital of Teheran, which terminated in the massacre of the Russian Minister and nearly. he whole of his suite and guard, by the native inpulace. The consternation of the Persuin :ourt was naturally great in the extreme, and ;here can be no doubt that the most rigid aitisfaction will be exacted:- ST, PaT?rsntURen , MIARnc 27 -Letters received from Teheran inform us of a horrible catastrophe which took place in that city on the 31st January (12th February). in conse quence of a v oent quarrel between the suite of M. Gribojidoff, our Minister.at that Court and some of the populace. - Some idlers, iaving assembled l.efore the Minister'a House during the quarrel, thought fit to take a part in it; and some of them having been soon :il'ed, an immense crowd hastened from the nazaar to avenge their count...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

IEM3IORANDL.UM FOR' TILE ENSUING WVEEK. I High Wiater, 59 m. p. 2 morn.-32 m. p. 3 aft. HIgh I!Waitter, 5 mi. p.4 morn.-36 m. p.4 aft. ,- .I. High Water, 15 in. p. 5 morn.-43 m. p. 5 ev. EI igh ater, 12 in p. 6 noria.-46_i. p. 6 ev . I High Water, 13 nm. p. 7 morn.-42 ni . p. 7 e SI Hi" W Tte'r. 10 in. P. 8 morn.-36f m. p. 8 nt i iloug, l? Le?, Sot uL. p. a luiorn.-10 in. p.9 Int SI Sun rises, 37 nl. p. 6-sets 23 Im. p. 5. jI Full Moon'31 m. p. 8 mornlh:g. Glee ly fitteuovological cable. VARIATIONS OF 'THERMOMETER,. &C. &C. TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPICCTIVELY. SATURDAY ... 46 5656 S. Cloudy. SUNDAY ..... 5;58 5610Do. PRain. ;MoNDAY .... 565750Do. Showery. ..UESDAV ... 546 50 Do. I)o. -.VBDNESpAY 48156 58 N. E. Clear. T'riUfiSDAY .. 54 156 W. Cloudy. FRIDAY .... 5115754 S. W. & S. Do.& showery. Saturday, 8 P. M. thinuder with heavy rain. Nights generally foggy. - , .? c ? (ai pm

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GERMAN PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

GERMAN PAPERS. We select the following extracts from the EHamburgh Papers of the 11th instant: BucIuAnE?T, MAnCII 21.-Wounded sol. liers daily arrive here from the other side of ,he Danube, where hostilities have recom Snenced, and frequent entgagements between ie advanced posts takes place. in the luas. ian army the greatest activity prevails, and it cemsna intended to prosecute the operations vith a degree of vigour which may lead to a .;,eerly decision of the campaign. Several livisions of infantry, with light and heavy ar. illery, have marched against Silistria to in ,sat that place. Ghiurgevo is now regularly aesieged, and the thunder of the artillery, from hat quarter is incessant. The possession of hat place is of great importance. Ghiurgevo is the only fortress of conse. luence' which the Turks still hold on the left anak of the )anubg, and its fall would bring ,ith it that of tudaschuk,on the opposite bank. ,le;anatiale large q tantities of timber and other materials are cu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

(F)im the Journal Du Commerce of Saa?Oy)J PAnis, APRIL 11.-Private letters from Vienrna, of the lit and 2nd of this month, give us a piece of information, which may he of great importance at this ircescnt moaueil The Arcxduke Perdinatd,. the presuamptive heir to thle crown of Austrin, has just bee, raised to the dignity hf Ahlter Ego (Lieuteruil of the Emperor), in conseq'alunce of his. r.) conciliation with P·aince. AMetternic), wi~sou views he has always opposed.- It cannot he absolutely afhfirmaed that thie first Prime Mi nister has consented to modiry his systenii ; however, there' is every,. renson ib helileve it, if we may judge by what the Archduke has hitherto shvwn to be his, character. (From the Conatlltatlonnel of Sun Joy) PAnis, APrIL 12.-There is only one voice at Rome as to the nature of th., PaPal olectloun; it is considered as a piece of tte. cess obtained by our natiodf, and Cardinal C.'astiglione is only designated by the name of #" The French Pope." Thd speech of ...

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PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. 'Lisn?iow, Arfu? 4.-The reports in circula, tion in 'this capital, at the departure of the lhst packet for England, respecting the bar. barous murder recently alleged to have been perpetrated by the eivilised monster at the head of the present Portuguese Government, are, alas I but too well borne out by the me. la'i-holy fact. All the effi?rts of the tyrant, aind of those by whom ho .is surrounded, to prevent the circumstance or the' details of the Quelez murder from spreading amongst the inhabitants, have, proved ineffectual. 'The dreadful mystery must now be revealed to the world, in all its native horror. We may not -say "astonishedl" world; for we believe the time has long been past, when any act, however horrible or disgusting, in the life of the Regal Assassin, could excite aught approaching to an expression of virtuous astonishment in any. corner of the civilised world. The populace in. some countries are fond of gloating over the sanguinary arena of a...

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NEWS BY THE SOVEREIGN. (Morning Chronicle, 12th to 15th April.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

NEWS BY THE' SOV EI;ZGN. (Mforning Chronicle, 12th to 15:/. April.) We observe that Mr. Quiltin Dick has put himself forward rather ostentaltiously, as to withdrawing his subscription from the King't College; and that the same miode of signifying disapprobation at the progress of liberality, has been adopted by his brother, Mlr. 11 ugh Dick, the Member for Maldon. Could these distin guished Meneibrs of the Legislature find no other channel through which to give vent to their pious and virtuous indignation? Assu redly, if old Sam Dick, the fortunate Irish linen draper, could raise his head from the grave, he would be astonished at the position assumed by the paj. nubile Iratrum'-his illus trious progeny ? ARREST OF ROWLAND STEPHENSON. It appears that Stephenson nld Lloyd left Sa vynnah in a chaise on the 9th instant, and after proceeding about fifteen miles, the chaise was upset, and the former thrown out and very much injured. He succeeded, however, in reaching the residenice of a p...

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PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF MR. PEEL'S NEW POLICE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF MR. PEEL'S NEW POLICE BILL. Jurisdiction of Act to extend to Parishes within Westoinster, and pnl'ts of Middlesex, Surrey, Hertford, Eiiex, and Kent;'and his ?aljesty, hI'Order in Council, may diiect, aily additional Pariehed in the siame Counties with 'in I welve miles of Charing Crotise1 to.be in' clluded. A new Police ofire and three Justices, un der Secrctary of'State, at salarice of £800()() 1asi Majestv to appoint a Rleceiver of Polire Itaie, to hei t lled th' [tect'.ircr foi' the 'etrao politih I'olicaDilstrict (salairy not decided). Salurie and ltewards to IPolicemenc to be reghlited by Secrerury of State. No Justice under the Act to sit in Par liament, and no Policetnan~tovote at elections for said counties, under penalty of £100. Present watch in each district to continue ,until notice be given that. a new watch is ap ipointed; and then the existing :vatclhrate to ?cease, but.the Bill not to affect ilde rates for paving, lighting, &c. Wstchbou...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

SWAN -RIVER,.-T'Ihe following is iex tracted from a London idaily. jjuNije' ?'he WMorhing Herald. THo SWAN I RzvR settlereni i not fintendcd as a *receptaole for convicts. 'We .dinderstand K sgreat deal of private property is about to be embarked in this undertaking, and that several of he younger branches of the nobility intend to go out and settle Amongst others, the 'Hon. Mr. Windham, the secdond son of Lord Egremout. is about to emigrate to this poriion of the largest, most healthy, and per. taps (1)the most fertile in the world. rite ex. pedition will be eaccompanied. by about 600 troops, the greatest part of whom, together with many of the 'civil otlicers, will probably remain there for life. H'e think, indeed, it would be, good policy on the part of Government, to -send out ,those persons only, as civil officers, hro intend to msnke.the colony their 'permna. :ent place of residence. When General Dar Ting was appointed Governor of New.iout h Wales, he informed the government, ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

HOUSE OP COMMONS. On the motion for the second reading of! ?the Swan River Settlement Bill. Mr. Ilf'me "chljected to vest the powers ;ranted. by the Bill in the hands of a single .Idividual. He would not trust arbitrary authority is the hands of any huiman heiug. ft had been well said by Mr. Wilberforce, that any man who found, himself in posses dion rof such authority ought to distrust him self, and request to be deprived of it. Let there be an Auxiliary Council, composed of two dr three respeotible individuals, nomi. nated by the Government at home. Sir G. Murray observed, that it was'not specified in the Bill that the powers in question should be vested in an inidividual. The words were-" person or persons resident." Mr Hume pressed his objection to the powers being vested in any one person. He had no objection to a plurality of persons. lie hoped that in the Committee, the Hon. Baronet would agree to that alteration. . Sir G. Murray said, that although the Bill empowered his Maj...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1829. The Royal Assent was yesterday given by commission to the Catholic IRelief Bill, and the Elective Franchise in Ireland Regulation Bill. These measures are now therefore part of the law of the land. . Thos the last. vebt'ire of the Penal Laws has been swept away. Religion will no longer arm citizen against citizen. The interests of another world will no longer serve' as a pre text for perplexing the aufairs-of this. We are now free to enter fearlessly on the con sideration of the condition of Ireland. " Ve write in the last day, perhaps, of the British Constitution," says Ihe Standard of yesterday. Yesterday, then, was the last diy of the British Constitution. The Duke of Wellington, then, has fairly destroyed the British Constitution-in spite of " the remon strances of the iWhole Churchl;" and even of the Protestant inhabitants of London and Westminster, who nearly filled two coaches on . Friday last, when they astonished :his l?ijdsty's cooks at Windsor by ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

S.bfppfata *titlflle ce. Arrival .-On Sunday, the Clty of Edinburgh, from New Zealand with spars. The Mlary Ans from the seal fishery and Launceston ; cargo, seal, skins. I he Queen Charlotte sailed this day, and returned through stres of weather..-.On Mop. cday, tlhe bntiqu Soa ,erwign, McKeller. with 1)9 female prisoners, and 23 children, Surgeon Sujper' *intendent, Dr. Fairfowl, R. N.: passengers, 8. A. Perry Esq. Iep. Corn. aen. Mrs. Perry andr fa mily, Miss Th?mpson,-and Miss Barnett.; left the Downs the 23rd of-April. On Wednesday, the Lord LAvlerpool from Newcastle. On? Thuoday, ihe Lambton from Port Stephens. Departores.--On Sunday, rho Mary 2Elsabeth for Newcastle with Government stores : on.Mon day, the Liberty for Nowcaatle ; on Wecnnesday, the QueenCh'irlotte fir Port Dahlynmple, and Hawels for Newcastle ; on Thursday, the ship Elilabetk for the sperm' fishery. ' Projected Departur;e.-The Lord Liver pol ior Newctstle, and brig EliUbeth for Port Danrymple, this day ; the ...

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH, OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

MARKET (CURRENCCY) PRICES FOR C4SK, ',OPtE FO? ?GE OLLOWING ART?ICd s., Beef, per ib per joint.,........,., i. &k' 3 Mutton, do. do.. .......0..;.,, ... 0 3 Conrse Veal and Pork, do........ .'.,.0 Be f, per qunarter, per lb..::. .......'.... , a Pork, per carcass, per lb......... ....6 5 Brend,.per 2 lb.loaf ................... . C &. uitter, per. lb. mnlt 1s;6d. fresh......; 2 . " Cheese, do. from 8d to .........,.1 6, ren, Hyson do. ..............'.. 5 9 ')pen Gre en do. ........ ......: 2 9 olist Sugnrs, do. .. ...... .0 ioreign robacco, do.... ...........3 0'.. ,Vast India Rum :per glo ..?.....; 10 6 :lollnnds, do. ..........14 0, 8rrnnly, ::-d6; ....*........'1? 6 tCapl White Wine, do,........... .4 t S%..rry or Madeir4,.. "d.' . ...... '.... 7 " E:ng ilsh Brown Sonip6+pr lb. ... .........- , 4 \hackle's (' good a En lish) oly . , .c :8 .oloninl M ould Cn dle, dor ............ 0 STERLING PRICES'OF JLOJR.~a, a 1. Ib?. Dixon............. 36. "04. Cooper ..:.. .,.....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

The approaching expiration of the Emit India olmapany's lMonopoly, begins to excite great inte lest throughout the country; and we observe, that on Saturday nt, at Twelve,- Mr. Iluckingham gives his last lecture at the City of London l'a. ern, odathe evils inflicted on all clnass by tlhe existence or this Monopoly, and on the steps nv eessary to dtot its abolition. Mr. Iluckinghst.,n Us published a small Pamphlet, cortnitaing thlt heads of his lectures, which will bu ftw.ul .c-i wsrth perusal. («8I'8ieh Acr coUntCual In the t J:'jago .

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

PANORAMA, Lclcester.squaire.-n Easter Monday, the Large Circle will 're-open :?rth 'a magnificent and interesting paintingi ofea perfectly novel discription, to which, the grand scale, and 4mple space afforded by this Exhibition is peciz liarly adapted.---The View of. Sydney Is now ex hibiting.-Views of the battle of Navarin and Paris are open at the Panorama, Strand.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Port Macquarie, July 1st, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

To vun EDIuTO or Tn? SYDNEY MoNrroR. Port Macguarlek, July 1st, 1829. SIR, I beg to inform you, that poor Craghan, a native white lad of Van Diemen's Land,,and transported to this settlement from Newcastle, has never yet been found. On the arrival of our present Comr mandant Captain Smith, Craghadzias employed as principal overseer of the camp. Singular to reht: e, he was selected by Captain Smith to go out and shoot birds for him, although he was by no means the best shot in the camp. Before, he de parted, Craghan borrowed Thomas fHector's piece in the name and at the request, as he said, of the Commandant. In about ten days after his depar ture, Constable Thomas George brought in word, that Craghan had been shot by Blogg the black native, in company with the blacks Lcverton and another. A black boy belonging to some friendly blacks, camein, and requested the Commandantto allow Davis the Kangarooer to go out with them and find the body of Craghan, and also to seek out and take into...

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