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THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 8, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

ThtE SYDNEY iflONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUSP 8, 1829. We pointed out last week a i'w.matters. hiberein the Chamber of Commerce. had evinced a total subserviency to Govern zidrit, whenever the measures'of the latter iwere illegal or .impolitic. We forgot to add tw6 other striking instances of this subserviency. It is a, priaciple of Cue tomu-Houses, not only of the Mlother Country, but of all the Governments of Europe, that goods re-shipped, claim a draw-back of the Customs in amount equal to what was exacted on them on their" first importation. Teas and sugars have -often. been re-shipped.ror Van ;Die mce's Land by t .e merchants of Sydney, but ourjust Government has always refused to give the drawback. On the arnival of the goods at Hobart Town,- Col. Arthur exacted the-duties of. his port, on the just' plea, that wheresoever the goods are consumed, there the duties are dde. ,Yet has this same " Chamber" of our Bunn's, Berry's, ind Wollstonecraft's, never had the spirit to remo...

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(16)—From Lord Winchelsea to the Duke of Wellington. "Suffolk-street Friday Night, 11 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

(16)-Freom Lord Winchenkea so the Duke of . Wellington. " Suffolk-street Friday Night, Il'p. to. * "",My Lord--l·ave the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your Grace's.note. :" 1 have already had'occasion to communicate to Touad Grace, that under existing circumstances, I did nqt feel myself in a situation to comply with what wa?n required of me in regard to my public letter. "The .satisfaction which your Grace has de mnandsd, it is of course impossible for me to de cline. " I have the honor to be, your Grace's most obt. humble Sevant, '" WINCIIELSEA. " To his. Grace the Duke of Wellington." 'Accordingly, the noble disputants met, and the following is an account of the rencontre - " The Duke of 'Wellington and his second, Sir R. Hardinge, rode 'to the ground one of the Bat tersca fields :.Dr. Hume -an old Peninsular and camp aig?ing friend of his Grace) having .pre vioualy been directed to repair to the some spot. On the Doctor's arrival with the piltols and mnu n ition of war,, ...

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THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. MADRID, MARcu 30.-Thg earthquake ,which we experienced here un the 21st instant, ,at a quarter past six o'clock, P. n. was felt on the same day, and at the same hour, in the province of Murcia, where it was atteidled with the most melancholy consequences. Below is a summary of the letters received to ,day fiomn that unfortunate province, dated on the 28th instant., In Murcia, the.provincial capital, not one of the churches, nor a single edifice but has been considerably damaged; the bridge of !Legura, which unites the two portions of the town, has been sadly shattered. Many houses 'have been thrown down,.iand a number of indi ;viliuals have perished. , . Carthagena-The quarter of La Sevieta is ,completely' demolishedi r St. Fulgencio.. has ialtogetlier'disappeared. Rojales, La Granga, 'Lox, San Miguel, Callosa, and several other towns and villages, have suffered greatly. LaMata is a heap of ruins. The earthquake has dried up its two salt lakes. Torre-Viego-N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

NOTIICE. " HEREBY Caution all Persona against . treipassing, by passing through, boer, or otheriwise, a certain piece or parcel of ground, situate, lying, and being, in Sus sex-strect, in the town of Sydney,' bounded on the North by Thomas Bray's premises, extending along, the same 103 feet, on the South by a line 103 feet, on the East by'Sussex-street 55 feet,'on the West by the Rocks 55 feet, and the the water's .:dge fronting i.l i snamL being niy 'pro , perty, having purchased all the right, title, and interest, of Mr.' John Payne; at P1ublic Auction. TO FENCERS. I?THE above premises I require to be F.11 I enced, Persons desirous of perform ing the work, may apply at the Waterloo Warehouse. * " DANIEL COOPiEt: . anitk of .Wit -. utIy , 1akles. f'IHE Propriet0oi 6f Siock in: this Bank 1 ate .requesled to imeet at the Bank Buildings, on 'Tlhdrsday the 13th. August next, at .'leven o'Clock in the forenoon. for the purpose of declaring the last.two half-yearly .dividends, electing a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

itertisemrents sent to tile office, Omusl spedf on the face of them, the utcnber of times they arc so be .advertised,; otherwive,-they will be conti rued until counternumandcd. Ye "beg to inforrnour Sirftscriters- both in t.wn and caountrysthly timust con sider the delivery ofthe Newspapers by u to theo Post-master in "Sydney, as regards" ur frie:ds up the country, and to our news-carriers as rrgards our'friends in. Town, a valid -delivery to them in law respec tivtly ; the sa?ie as if put into iheir own ihands. S.ib acribcrs who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by" letter (post paid) and, as far as we can, we swillremedy tkh -evil. Bllt ue will not be answerable fobr the delivery of' our Journal in a more ef'ctual man • eer, ,than thus set ftrthM. This is th0e conditio •on , whiLk we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice - r'oa Letters will be taken in at the Sydney Monitor . jfice, unless psst-paid...

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

CIIIT CUAT ? -Thie report of the arrival of the new Archdeacon which prevailed on Mon. lay, turned out incorrect, he leaving the So vereign in consequence, of one of his familt Ibeing taken with the measles.-A- meeting of the Jockey Club will take place at the Royal Hotel.-'l he Surveyor General, Captain Perry. arrived in the Sovereign.-An inquest was held on Sunday at the Cherry Garden, Parra. matta Road, on the body of a man named Joseph Fisher. Verdict-died by the visita. tion of God.-An inquest was also holden'on Monday at Mud Bunk, Botany, on the body of Joseph Joyce, assigned to Mr. S Lord, who died from a cart passing over his breast. Ver. diet- accidental death, in consequence of a hurt by being throwu out of his cart when in a state of intoxication.-The house atf a man. named Howard, residing,iri Sussex-street, was entered on Tuesday morning, between the hours of eight and nine o'clock, and a quan. iity of wearing apparel stolen therefrom. A Quiz.-It has been discovered, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

S LORD begs to inform his Friends S. audth'o P blic, that', in addition to !hii Stock of Goods formerly ndvertised, he Ilas received a quantity of Rum, Gin, and 1ranily, which he will sell ithler whole .nl or retail at redueed prices. Samples ,nay be soupn .ltt hli WaVrehouse, Mac quner-place. U, $gdnejf duus 7'T 1829 A.DVERTZSM-MENTS OF. THIS WEEK. . - OP Government.. O Xvkrs, Notices, 8"c IN TUESDAY'S{ THURSDAYS', AND THIS .DA-Y"'s GAZ't'ET Order 7th instant.--C6iti given for ring dollars an{" Sdumpi., till the 30th 'of next month, but rib longer, Do. same, date -Regulati?a as .to. payment of salaries to officers residing in distant districts..:, Notice 5thA trst.-Mr. MowaHt appointed Land ( waiter, &c. ' . Ditto 4th instant.-Familics may be snpplied ~iiti with female Convicts.out of the barque Sove reign. Ditto 1st instant.-wV. H. Moore '`Eq., re-ap-. pointed Crowyn So.citor. Ditto 3rdiLit.-J. Fryer, MI. Tomkinr, W. Hutch inason, and M. Gordon, to be Constables. .h:- s .d...

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CONTINUATION OF THE NEWS BY THE SOVEREIGN. THE MORNING CHRONICLE. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1829 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

CONTINUATION OF THE NE WS BY THE ...SOVEREIGTN. THE MORNING CIIRONICLE. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1829. The good effects of the Catholic Relief Bill are already felt in the decided tone and atti tude recently assumed in our diplomatic re. ]ations. A spycific outline of the English policy with reference to the affairs of the 'East of Europe, has been communicated to th.t Russian Government, with an intimation that it is to be considered as final. It is also as. nerted and believed, that Mr. Gordon cariries out correspouidihg instructions for his gui: dance. in the negociations with the Ottoman Porte. The unhappy nff, ir in which the Russian Resident of thi Court of Persia lost his life, i, supposed to have been the result of a preme ditated plan, and islikely to lead to important results. Government are understood to have received information on the subject through the medium of a Special Messenger, but the precise nature of the intelligence is unknowvn. The report of the early re...

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

The few independents of. Sydney still perse vere in their doubtful scheme of raising an in dependent Church. It is time Sectarians laid aside their trifling dogihas, and petty notions or discipline, and became more .catholic. God is a spirit, and he can be worshipped in spirit and in truth, either in Church or in a Quaker's meeting; in a Cathedral or in a meeting. ,house; in a congregation of Catholics, or among the most rigid covenanters. The wor ship of the Creator is in the heart and not in ,the letter. Place and circumstance have little to do withtliat transcenidunt Being, who rave his Son to redeem a lost world. Thee son of man suffered' for the sins of the human race. The Holy Spirit is the author of all niotd in man; and the provieence of God per. vades all our'af?Tirs; the concerns of a family kud the death of a sparrow, being with God of *.qual importance, with the uitairs of as empire. '(l?e that believes in these truths, and acts ac cordingly, shall be saved. And he that ...

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TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON ON THE SMALL-NOTE BILL. Barn-Elm Farm, 5th April, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 August 1829

'fO THE DUKE or W aELLINGTON ON" TIRE. SMALL-NOTI'E. BILL. Barn.-Elm ,Farm, 5th' April, 1829" MY LoaD. Dxe, Auspicious day I The Catholic Religion Ind the Gold Coin ; the religion of our incestors and "the currency of our an 'estors," restored or one and tile same lay. Last night the. former qucstion was lccided, at the end of a struggle of about hree hundred ,yea:a : to day, .the Siali ,ole abolition Bill conues intu effect f and ý the" end of thirtiq-two years, gold is to Žapl'Y the pla'e of eLitp odirty-pnpcr These ars.geeat changes..; salutary clan-. ges ; and these changes we owe to you, w'ho- appear.to have been made to humble, our doinaetic,~ well as our foreign foes. flp:e.o??,_ lth .rsmall-note affair is not yet q;?ile settled.;. You ~ ve" settled" the Catholic: Question; .you have set,' that "r at rest; for ever'. ; o?i. that score we are. al comnfortable. ...Iut this small-note affair   is int yet,.cj'ite ' ettled." At.leasti so if would aplteyr from the foll...

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BUENOS AYRES PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

BUENOS AYRES PAPERS.. The Paper, from Buenos Ayres, bring the intelligence, which is not to he wondered at, that the acts of violence, of which we have lately had accounts, have begotten others. The deposition and execution of the late Go. vernor, by the troops of Buenos Ayres, have offended the other embers of the Coafede. racy, who have taken up arms against leavalje and his successful adherents in the capital. l'hese persons, in addition to their other offences, are called Unitarians; by which the people of La Plata do not mean the sect of Dissenters who are held such objects of fear and 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 have we any means of knowing what its issue is likely to be, or when that issue is to be. ex. pected. This only is certain, that the pee. pie ...

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DONNA MARIA II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

DONNA MARIA II. Saturday last, the 4th of April, was the enth anniversary of the birth-day of his Bri annic Majesty's interesting little protegde, the xiled Queen of Portugal. About eleven ,'clock on Saturday morning, the weather be. oming particularly fine, her Majesty arrived at le house of the Portuguese Ambassador, in +outh Audley-street, after a pleasant drive rom her country residence, accompanied by ier usual state attendants, Ladies Donna Le nor De Camera, and the Countess of Lin iares; Gentlemen, Doms Thomaz Mascaren as, and Sylva Saldanha, for the purpose of iublicly celebrating lier hirth-day in London, urrounded by her faithful subjects in Eng and, the devoted companions of their Sove2 eiga in her temporary exile. We should oppose that there were at least two hundred jf the Portuguese emigrants' present.al the nueei's drawing-room. The greatest part of his number came either in gay military uni. orm, decorated with orders, or. wore the ordi iary court dresses; Every:indi...

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MASSACRE OF THE RUSSIAN MINISTER AND SUITE IN PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

MASSACRE OF THE RUSSIAN MINISTER AND SUITE IN PERSIA. The Hamburgh Papers, which arrived yes terday, contains the following account from St. Petersburgh, of a fatal broil in the Persain :apital of Teheran, which terminated in the massacre of the Russian Minister and nearly he wh.le of his suite and guard, by the native )opulace. The consternation of the Persain :ourt was naturally great in the extreme, and :hore can be no doubt that the most rigid satisfaction will be exacted: Sr, PRTERSBUROT, MARCH 27-Letters received from Teheran inform us of a horrible catastrophe which took place in that city on the 31st Januaty (12th February). in conse juence of a v'o ent quarrel between the suite of M. Gribojidoff, our Minister at that Court and some of the populace. Some idlers, laving assembled before the Minister'" House during the quarrel, thought fit to take a part in it; and some of them having 'been soon dil!ed, an immense crowd hastened from the bazaar to avenge their countrymen, forc...

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GERMAN PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

GERMAN PAPERS. We select the following extracts from the Hamburgh Papers of the I Ith instant BUCHAREST, MAnicU 21.-Wounded Sol diers daily arrive.here from the other side of he Danube, where hostilities have recdm nenced, and frequent engagements between he advanced poets takes place. In the Rus ian army the greatest activity prevails, and it ieems intended to prosecute the operations vith a degree of vigour which may lead to a peedy decision of the campaign. Several livisions of Infantry, with light and heavy ar illery, have marched against Silistria to in 'est that place. Ghiurgevo is now regularly iesieged, 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 tank of the i)anube, and its fall would bring vith it that of tudschuk,on the opposite bank. 11eautigne large q mantities of timber and other materials are constantly carried t...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

-DIA'RY. MiEMORANDL'M POll TUH ENSUTING WEEK. cm high Water, 59 m.'p. 2 maorn.-32 in. p. 3 aft, .ý High Water, 5 mp. p.4 morn.-36 m, p. 4 aft. l j High Water, 15 in. p. 5 morn.-43 m. p. 5 ev. S_ E l igh Water, 12 inm* p. 6S orn.--46rm. p.6ev E ( Iigh Water, 13 Cl. p. 7 niorn.-42'am. p.7 ev pc. ( tl vb W.ter. 10 mn. p. 8 morn.-36 m. p. 8 t. fctiý ;i. tlct~er, Oti in. p. 8 morn.-i 0 m. p.9 nt in 1 Sun rises, 37 in. p. 6-sets 23w. p. 5. I Full Moon 3I in. p. 8 morking. 1AR1ATIONS OF THEIRMOMETaB, &C. &C. TAKEN " AT 9 IN TIIS MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN TIIS RVENING RESPCCTIVRLY. 'SATURDAY .. j456 56,S. Cloudy. SUNDAY ..... 5bi58 56 Do.. Rain. MoNDAY .... 56 57 50;Do. Showery. rUEsDAY .... 54 5650 Do. Do. WEDNESDAY 4856 58 N. E. Clear. THURSDAY .. 54134 56W. Cloudy. FRIDAY. .... 515754S. W. &S. Do.&mhowery Saturday, 8 P. M. thiunder with heavy rain. Nights generally fuggy

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

(From the Journal Da Commeroes of Subday.) PAnRe, Ariut 1I.-Private letters (from Vienna, of the 1st and 2nd of this irmonth, give usea piece of Information, which nny be of great importance at this present mofnent. The Archduke Ferdinand, the presuntiptive heir to toe crown of Austria, has just, heen raised to the dignity of Alter Ego (Lieutenant of the Emperor), in consequence of his re conciliation with Prince Mletternic), whose views ho has always opposed. It cannot be absolutely affirmed that the first Prime Mi nister has consented to modify his system ; however, there is every reason to believe it, if we may judge by what the Archduke has hitherto shewn so.be his character. º (From the Cnatilutionnel of sundey ) PARIS, Armaz 12.-Theme is only one voice at Rome as to the nature of the Papal clectiou i is le considered as a piece of stacw cess obtained by our nation, and Cardinal Castiglione is only designated by the name of "The French Pope." The speech of that Cardinal, and hi...

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PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. Lisnuo, AriLn 4.-The reports in circula tion in this capital, at the departure of the last packet for England, respecting the bar barous murder recently alleged to have been perpetrated by the civilised monster at the head of the present Portuguese Government, are, alas I but too well borne out by the rae lancholy fact. All the efforts of the tyrant, and of those by whom he 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 "astonished" world; for we believe the time has long been past,when any act, however horrible of 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 bull bait. fihe G...

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(16)— From Lord Winchelsee to the Duke of Wellington. "Suffolk-street Friday Night, 11 p. m. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

(16)-Frosm Lord Wiuchtesa So the Dia. yf 4 Wellington. "Suffolk-street Friday Night, II p. in. " My Lord-1 have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your Grace's note. " I;have already had occasion to communicate to y'our Grace,. that under existing circumstances, I did not feel myself in a situation to comply with what was required of me in regard to my public letter. "The satisfaction which your Grace has de uapded, it is or course impossible for me to de cline; "I have the honor to be, your Grace's most obt. humble Sevant, " WINCIlELSEA "To his Grace the Duke of Wellington.'? ' Accordingly, the noble disputants met, mid the follnwinj is an account of the rencontre : "'The Duke of Wellington and his second, Sir .t. Hardinge, rode to the ground, one of the Bat= ersea fields: Dr. Hume (an old Peninsular and amnpaiguing friend of hai Grace) having pre louily been directed to repair to the same spot. 1n the Doctor's arrival with the pistols and mu "ilton of war, which of course th...

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TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON ON THE SMALL-NOTE BILL. Barn-Elm Farm, 5th April, 1829, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

CO THIE DUKE ov WELLINGTON ON TUI SMALL-NOTE BILL. Barn.E/m Farm, 5th April, 1829L Auspicious day ! The Catholic Religion and the Gold Coin; the religion of our mcestore and " the currency of our an ýestora,"' restcred or one and the ;same lay. Last night the former question was fecided, at the and of a struggle of abour /hree hundred yeaas to day, the Smarl. iofe abolition Bill comes into effect and it the end of thirty-two years, gold is to .apply the rlage of w1ys of dirty-pp er I These are great changes ; salutary chian ges anil these changes we owe to you, who appear to have been made to humble our domestic as well as our foreign foes. However, this small-note affair is not yet quite settled. You have'" settled" the Catholic Question; you have set that at rest for ever" ; on that score we are all comfor'able. But this small-note affair is not yet quite " settled. " At least; so it woutld appear from the following article. which I take from the Old Times Newspa pers of Thursday ...

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NEWS BY THE SOVEREIGN. (Morning Chronicle, 12th to 15th April.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

NEWS BY THE SOVER1tIGN. (Morning Chronicle, 121t to 15th April.) We observe that Mr. Quintin Dick has put himself forward rather ostentatiously, as to withdrawing his subscription from the King's College; and that the same mode of signifying disapprobation at the progress of liberality, has been adopted by his brother, Mr. Hugh Dick, the Member for Maibuo. Could theos distin guished Members of the Legislature find no other channel through which to give vent to their pious and virtuous indignation? Absu I!edly, if old Samn Dick, the fortunate Irish linen draper, could raise his head from the grave, he would be astonished at the position assumed by the par nubile Fratrum-his illus trious progeny? ARREST OF ROWLAND STEPHENSON. It appears that Rtephenson and Lloyd left Su wnnah 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 residence of a physician, wh...

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