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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

.4rrivals--On the 8th instant, the Tiger, Captain Richards from Valparaiso; laden with 63 Mares, 26 Mules, and I Ass. Passengers--A. Flaharty. Esq. Robert and Matthew Bourne. Same day, the Brig ltind, A. Rogers, from Glasgow, on the 1 lth of July last, and Hobart Town the 29th of Dec. Pass'engers--A. Crombie Esq. J. Mc'Larren, Mr.- and Mrs. Fox, Mr. Corbett, and Wnm. Logan. Departures-On1 Monday, H M. S. Pandora for Hobart Town; the Darling; and Herald for New Zealand ; Allig/ator for Port Macqnarie; on Wednesday the Lord Liverpool for Newcastle. . . Projected Deparfures-The Caroline .for Port Dalrymple th*s dav; the Frederick rand Asia for Batavia, and Amnity for King Geo e'a Sound and Melville Island on the 12th; the Idiay f.o the r alrymple uo the 131th; and the Research for -ndia on the 1 tt. " 1? - 7 ' '

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

39 PI'T STREET. T MELVILLE begsf eave to apprise his numerous U• friends, that he has now on sale, by the latest arri vals, and at the ldwest' terins - Gentlemei's and ladies' shoes - Best London jean and drill trowsers Blue coats, black mohair and other stocks Waist, watch, bonnet, and hat ribbons s Wadding, scotch gauze, and foundation muslin 'Silk and Gingham umbrellas, night caps Parosals in great variety, braces, A large assortment of thread lace and edging White veils, black and white squares. Net for caps, cap crowns, and quilling Black worsted stockings, white cotton ditto Gentlemen's and ladies' black kid gloves Coloured kid, beaver, and woodstock do Best London Needles, hooks and eyes, worsted braids Brown holland, shirtings Best London Stays, Insection Thread, darning cotton, coloured cotton, &c. 'Children's dresses in great variety Silk dresses and pelisses, linen checks Waterproof Hats, 21s. brown and white dril Gentlemen's wad and other drawers Black bombaseen,...

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

: SALES BY AUCTION. A2N4NNNDALE ESTATES. BY MR. PAUL. atif a oms,"George-street, Sydney, on Tuesday,.the .s1th'January, 1828. (By order of the Trustees ap pointed by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Sin .the ;matter of David Maziere, declared an In solvenit.) 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, and 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 the most complete properties'iin the County of Cumberland. Independent of the natural advantages of this fine Estate, and its central situation (being equi-distant-from Wallis' Plains, from Patterspn's Plains, and from? St. attrick's.Plains), ]'y. Maz.ere has expended upon it, within these two years, a sum very little short of £.1000 ip the most judicious and substantial Improvements in capacious stock-yards, excellent...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

! , ENG1LISFI .' 1s cELANI E&' IT ippeitrs by the :last accounts from Constantinople that the Sultan was disposed to resort to harsh mea sures against the Ambassadors of England, France, and Riiussia, if^ they dared 'to present the Convention entered into ,by their respective Courts for the pacification of Greece. The threat of his Sublime Majesty eKtended io the committal of the Ambassadors to the Seven Towers, and it is insinuated that the dread of this out rage bad induced Mr. Stratford Canning, who had !eceived his copy of the Treaty, not to present it until ihe French Ambassador should receive his also, when the three would act simultaneously, and so mitigate the rage of the Sultan by their combined strength. This conduct is not only prudent, but necessary ; for unity, of action will give greater force to their remon sqtrance, and may be. the means of their attaining the dlesired end, without having recourse to more energetic measures. Tei intelligence from Greece is ra...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS.. Average .price on quantity sold . New Wheat 7s. 3d--Maize 7s. 6d.-Barley none.-Oats none -Fine Flour, 20s. Od. steling per 100 lbs.rS~co?ds do.I 7s. Od.-Bread 5jd per 21b. Loaf.-Potatoes 20s. per cwt.-Fresh Butter 2s. 9d -Salt' do. 2s. Od.-Common Cheese Is. 4d.-Rankin's 'do. 2s. Od.--Eggs' ls.6d. per doz.-Fowls 3s. Gd. per couple.-Ducks. T.--Geese, 6s. each.--'-Turkies 8s -Small bunph of Turnips 2id.-Ditto Carrots 3d -Onions 3d. per lb.--Beef per lb.'by the quar ter, 4id ; per Joint 6d.-Mutton 7d.--Pork 7d.-Salt Pork by the Joint 10d,-Veal Od --Oranges, n'one.- Wild Peaches, 10s. per bnsbel -Worked do. Is. per doz. Hay £.l 1 per ton.-Straw '25s. per load.--Cows £.6- W'ell bred £.10 - , MERCHANDIZE. ; yson Tea, per half Chest of 321bs. £.6--Green ditto, per ditto £.2 10s. atld f .310s.--Sugars per lb. by the bag, 4d. -Brazil liiiccoi' by' 'thie "Basket per lb. 3s:' 9d.-Fig ditto hb the cask,?4s 6d -Bnglish - Souap :per, lb. by the cwt 51d.- Mould Candles by the ?,?:....

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE EVENING HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

Original Poetry. The Evening Hour This is the hour when memory wakes, Vision of joys that would not last;     This is the hour when fancy takes A survey of the past. She brings before the pensive mind, The hallow'd scenes of earlier years; ' And friends who long ave been confin'd, To silence and to tears. The few we lik'd - the one we lov'd- A sacred band - come stealing on; And many a form far hence remov'd,   And many a pleasure gone! Friendships that now in death 'are hush'd,   And young affliction's broken chain, And hopes that fate too quickly crush'd, In memory bloom again!   Few Watch the fading gleams of day, But muse on hopes as quickly flown;   Tint after tint, they die away, 'Till all at last are gone!   This is the hour when fancy wreaths Her spells round joys that could not last; This is the hour when memory breathes, A sight to pleasures past! H. Newcastle, Dec. 25.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 January 1828

DEATH.--On the 26th ult. JANE ROSE, the Wife of MR. THOMAS ROSE the elder, of Wilberforce, aged 65, years. She arrived in this Colony in the second fleet, about 36 years since, and is supposed to be the only great grandmother since the establishment of this Colony. She has left a numerous family to lament her loss, consisting of sons and daughters, grand— children and great grandchildren, supposed to amount to 100 individuals and upwards. No. 81 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales   EDITED, PRINTED, AND PLUBLISHED, BY THE PROPRIETOR S S. MALL.

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

FERRIS'S WAREHOUSE. ASUBJOINED list of a stock of provisions, and Z other goods, of the best quality, selling off before Christmas, at J. Ferris's George street. Prime pine cheese ; Ditto Colonial cheese ; . York and westphalia hams'; Derwent bacon; • Rein-dee tcangues 3 Yarmouth red herrings, in jars A choice assortment of teas ; Double refined loaf sugar; Chin Chew sugar candy,.crystalised`; White china sugar; best Isle of Franceeditto; 'BFi~bron coffee, fce f; Desert and p'udding raisins ; Fine and coarse Liverpool salt; Basket salt, and saltpetre , • -Mustard in pound, half pound, and quarte'r''pound bot tles,; Pepper, spices of kinds;" Split peas and pearl barley ; Curry powder, and Scotch marmalade ; , English and China preserves, and preserved ginger Assorted pickles and sauces ; Prepared Embden grits, and barley, jn cannisters ; Fine sallad oil, English vinegar ; Capers, olives, Milford Haven oysters:;"' Tobacco, snuff, of various sorts,.and cigars, l\adeira wines, in cask o...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

To THA EDITOR O$ THE M"ONITO?., . THE Editor of the Sydney Gazette publisbed last week thespeech of the.Solicitor- egeral as deivered on the late trial of Rex, v. 'Wardell, for seditious libel; in which the Defendant was found Not Gtilty' onr the first two Counts; (no Verdict at allb b pronounced on the last,) In that speech is the following stra e passage : " It had been stated, that he was inimical to theTfree, dom of the press, but nothing could be more untrue. than such an assertion. Nothing however, he would say, tended more to. the preservation of that ;iivaltYphl privilege, than the prosecution of publicatiqns .t' this nature.; because if : inanimatory writings were ,noD pa. ished by lthe law, he should not find fault willt the Goe?·rni nent, if it took tpon itself the institution of o . ofi " rpi qlres. of .restrif 4. wichA .ie should be sbrep gI sse resorted to, l: the ?ed pr.of, the .press, t: t~ e.extent t was contended for, were allowed, there waino'ktooWvitg where the c...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

ON thb rmiorning of Saturday last, from private information given our Chief Constable, he proceeded well armed, to the sheer Hulk Public House, on illi Rocks, and succecdedein capturing theunfortunateLookly alias Edwards, for whom a reward of Fifty pounds (and a ticket of leave, should the person, be a prisoner) was offered.-'lIe was conducted before the Superinten dent of Police, who refused to hear what he had to say in his defence ; he will be brought up for examination again to day. On Wednesday, Mr. Owen of the Ship George Home fell into the main Hold, and fractured two of his ribs ; he is doing well. Captain Hidson of the Orelia, has obtained the con tract for conveying the Troops to England, he. having made the lowest tender. The Brig Mary, sails in a few. days in ballast.for the' Isle of France, to procure freight. Ms. Aspinall, we understand, has procured the con tract for Soap.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

To TrE EDITOR OF THE MONrTOR. Sin, I hava looked over the new Australian Quar terly Journal just come out, and though it is perhaps not so good as might have been expected from its erudite Editor, it is pretty well. I would suggest how ev..r as an iunprovement in the next number, less diffu sion of its conrmon-place sentimnents, and the union of sonime mtsterly efforts to prevent, what [tnm fearful of, an insipid uniformity-at present, it is certa.inly too s:uooth--worJy, racher-and with a predisposition to effeminacy. ' I find there are 600 words in one page of the South A.sian-Register, and but ,50 in this Australian Quar, terly Journal ; besides there is another questionable dif ference, videlicet : in the one, an idea occupies a sen tence or so; in the other it is wire-drawn over several pages--still I think it pretty well for a clergyman newly come from his book. 'Ihe other Journals of Auster-trailing cognomine are we suppose, yet in embryo, or, abortiorns. Your's, A CONSTANT R...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. S High Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Ev. Sun 'rises 58 min. past 4 Morn.-2 min. past 7Ev. - High Water, 46 min. ipat 6 Morn.-20. min. past 7. Ev. . 16 I High Water, 41 min past 7 Morn.--8 o'Clock night , High W.ater,30min. past 8 Morn.-55 min. past 2 Aft. New Moon, 20 min. past 10 Forenoon wi I S I High Water 15 min. past 9 Morn.-L37 min. past 9 Night S1 IM | High Watei 10 Morn.-20 min. past 10 at Night. vi -l I High WVater 35min.past 10 Morn.-48 min. past 10 Ng. VA'RIA'TIONS OP THrIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TI1L MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 78 85 75 Fine and Clear. 'rUESDA ......... 72 74 78 Showery. WEDNESDAY...... 73 75 73 Cloudy. THIURDAY...... 74 1 74 Rainy with Thunder. FRIDAY.., . ..... 72 75 .76 Rainy SATURDAY'...... 74 72 76 Showery. S"UNAY ........72 77 75 Fine.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

U. M ITU' NTBLLIGBNCE CONTINuED. O. k h e= itheb plowing extract fromnia letter that. cae ener our~ittpectli, from a prisoner of the Crown, asIiga.ied to" a settler on the Banks- of the Nepean. It tends toigive 'an'idea of the situation of some of this unfortunate class, and discovers, that however trans portaitdn may:by some be consideredl a blessing, it is notr o considered by all. "'DEAR FRIEND, . t I am indeed very unhappy. You ought not' to accuse me of neglect in writing, for .you may believe me when I assure you, that since I arrived in this part of' the country, I haveinot bee ,in possession of a suf ficiency to purchase a sheet of paper. . .Yet my case is not so deplorable as that of some of. those who sur round me, in the service of what ;are generally termed "Dungaree "Settlers;" i. e. persons who becoming free by servitude, and obtaining, the indulgence of being supplied with, Government servants, treat them worse than the brute creation. Such, however, is not the dis po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

' SALES BY AUCTION. FREEHOLD ESTATE. TO GENTLEMEN, DESIROUS OF- A :MARINE -RESIDENCE, MERCHANTS, SHIP AND BOAT BUILDERS, OR OTHERS DESIROUS OF FIRST-RATE WATER-SIDE PREMISES, BY MR. BODENHAM,. - On' Wednesday the 17th Instant, at 12 o'Clock preisely. 1r1R. BODENHAM is instructed tt offer for Sale, .V1.-that Freeholod Estate, and most desirably situated Cdrtage, known by the Name of Albion Cottage, and now in the Occupation of Mr. Hazard, in Darling Harbour, commanding the most picturesque and beautiful Scenery, intersected with wood and vater. There are numerous Advantages attached to this Property, comprising a Waterside frontage of 86 Rods,, witb a sufficient depth of Water for a 74 Gun Ship, to moor alongside. also a Cottage of four Rooms, with a real good Garden ih cultivation, containing water and rock : melons, cucumbers, &c. with springs of delicious water, tbe whole secured by ti Grant from Sir Thom.s Brisbane. These Vieeiises offer such Advantrges to many persons, a...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

"i ippitlg _Intelligewtc. Arrivals.-On Saturday hlst, arrived from Cork, whence she sailed the 27th of August, the ship Elizobeth, Captain Cock, with 194 female prisoners, and 15 chlidren. One woe mnu was lost overboard, and 1 died, on the passage. Sur geoi Superintendant, 1)r. Hughes it. N. Passengers, the Rev. DMr. Vincent, Lady, four children, and a female scer v'ant. Same day arrived, the ship North Britain, Capt. Morrison. *She left Greenock, the 31st of July; Cape of Good Hope, the 29th of September; and Hobart 'Town; the 31st of December. Lading, nmerchandize. Passengers-.dMr. John Morrison; AIr. Simpson, Surgeon; Mr. G. IRattray; 'Mr. J. Mark and child; and Mr. W\. Charles. The .llbion, had arrived at HobartTown previously to the dcpartu c of the North Britain. 1 esterday arrived, from England and Hobart Town, the ship Asia, Capt..~4ger. She left Portsmouth . in July, (coinsequently she brifg?e no recent information.) She land ed her prisoners at Hobart Town, whence she.sail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

SBank; Buildings, Jan. S 1828. TIE PROPRIETORS OF BANK STOCK are re quested to M1EET at the Bank Buildings, on Mon day the 21st January, Instant, at 11 o'Clock in the Fore oqn, -for the Purpose of declaring the Half-yearly dividend ending the 31st December last. A. K. MAICKENZIE, Secretary. TO THE CURIOUS IN CUTLERY. . T-UDSON, Cutler and Comb Maker, No. 56, , Georgcsteet, begs to inform his Friends and the Public in, general, that he has just received per Ship Nimrod, a valuable and most extensive assortment of Cutlery, consisting of the following Articles; viz. Razors of all descriptions and prices ; Pen and pocket knives; Scissars of every quality ; ..Do. of the highest polished steel ; (cut) Pen knives with 24 blades ; Do. with 4 blades, the handle forming a gold-mounted snuff box; 'Do. with 2 blades, manufactured entirely on a new principle, beautiful in workuluanship, and can be recommended with confidence as superior to any article previously introduced into this branch of Cu...

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MR. EAGAR'S LETTERS. London, June 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

S "?? - , . . -. ` Lo"don,tt '2, " 1827. ' I mentioned in my last, that ..W: (?.rHprttn ob " 'taited leav?.-tbiibuin, 4i Bill: tamed and continue the New South Wales Act. He has act yet?brought;in .the Bill, nor has New South* Wi?es ibeen since men tined in Parliament. . I suppose, itliumln consequence of thbe, hange.in the Colonial office, 'frtm Lord 'Bathurst to,Lord Goderich, and that Lord Goderich will not al ..low the Bill to.be brought in, until he-inquires into and S1makes himself master of all citcumstances relative to New South-Wales; if so, it augurs well for the Colony. i Whatever the case may be, the Bill has not been •ibrought in, and as Parliament will besbortly prorogued, (it is expected before 1st July,) I doihti?ppose any new' Bill relative to New South Wales will he brought in, as ,there .would not be sufficient time for it' to be passed. Sif, any thbng.sbould be done, I will let you know' by the first opportunity. "I am very sorry to find that the t(wolists are en...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. SniR OHN WYLDE, the Chief Justice of the Colony of the.?QpP of Good Dope, left town on Wednesday for Poitsmouth,. .S)aving in charge the Royal Charter for establishing p pew;. Supreme Court in that' Colony. This Copr,t opens to the Colonists all the advantages of an English.Court of. unlimited jurisdiction, and is com posed of a.ChieJustice and three Puisne JJlpges, whose appointments are' rendered by the Chprter, as indepen dent as any of the English Juiges,-a regulation, of which, we believe, the present is the first instance; but which, it is expeoted, will in future 'be adopted in all the Colonial appointments. Sir John Wylde ,embarked on Wednesday afternoon at the Downs,. on board an East Indiamin, La' Belle Alliance, Captain Hunter. The 'uisne Judges have all left this country, and' ire on their voyage to the Colony.-(Times Sept. 3.) A fine Missal, formerly belonging to Mary Queen of Scots, was brought to the hammer a few days ago, by Mr. vans, of Pall-Ma...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

WTE MONITOR. . MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1828. Ona readers up the country, who did not see Wed nesday's Australian, will in our columns of this day, have an opportunity of perusing Mr. Eager's most in teresting letters. Our contemporaries both remind their readers, what 'stout friends they have severally been to Public Meetings; and seem t. think they have much meat in this respect. We admit Mr. Howe has a great deal of merit in this respect, whatever demerit he is now drawing on himself. Dr. W. never took so active a part in requisitions, consultations, &c. Still he favoured them.. There are times vwhen menl ought to boast. . We therefore will now praise ourselves. We don'%thesitate.then to aver, that but for the Editor of this Joirnal, the last public Meeting would not have taken place at the time it did; perhaps not at all. It was we who suggested the idea of its being held on the anniversary of the Colony. In our sug- gestion, we. were most cordially joined by Mr. D.. ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 14 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. * Arerage ,price on quantity sold New Wheat 7s. 31.--Mdize 7si. d.-Barley none -Oats none -Fine Flour, 20s), Od. steliiin per 100 lbs.-Seconds do. 17s. Od.-Bread 5.?d per 21b. Loaf.--Potatoes 20s. per cwt.-Fresh BItter 2i. .9L-Salt do 2s. Od.-Comiioi Cheese Is. 4d.--Iankin's do, 2s. Od.--Eggs Is. Gd. per doz.--FLowls hs. Gd. per couple.--l)? cks 5,.-Geese &s. cacih.-Turkies 8z, --Small bufnch of Turnips 2.jd.-J-itto Carrots 8d --Oions 3d. per ll,.-BeeF per lb. by the quar ter, 4&d ; per Joint Gd(.--iMtton 7d.--Pork 7d.-Sult Pork by the Joint 10-I.-Veal 10d--Oranges, none. Wild Peaches, 10s. per bnshcl- -Worked do. Is. per doz. Hiav £.1 I per ton.--Straw 25s. per load.-Cows £.6 Well bred £.10 MERCFIANDiIZE. Hvson Tea, per half ' Chest of 32lbs. £.6--Gree ditto,. per ditto £.2 0s. and £.3 10s.--Sugars per lb. by the bg, 4d. -Brazil Tobhacco bi the Basket per lb. 3s. 9d.-Fi ditto ,v the (I. nlc, 4s Gdi -1English Soap per lb. by the cwt 5 d.- Mould UnAdle...

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