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

WELLINGTON BREWERY, AND SOAP AND CANDLE I,,ANUFACTORY. JOHN PAYNE, grateful for the extensive patronage hither toconferred upon him, and proud alsoon account of the de, cidedpreference always given to articles of his Manufacture in every part of the Colony, begs to apprise his numerous customers, that his prices, will, until further notice, be fixed as under: Prime Colonial Beer, (the usual quality) £.3 Stg. per Hhd. Fine Colonial Brown Stout .. ......... £.4 do. do. Soap of an excellent quality 41d Sterling. per pound. Superior mould Candles 10d Sterling per pound. Ditto dipt ditto 10)d Currency per pound. N. B. The usual supply of Forei n Wines, Brandy, Rum, Gin, Tea, Sugar, Tobacco, &c. &c. &c. In addition to his formier extensive Stock, J. P. has re cently imported a'few cases of Liqueurs to which he would invite-the attention of Amateurs. His Cape will be found to be of a inost superior quality, Sydney, No 80, George Street, January 9, 1828. - TO MERCHAN...

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

.OTICE.-- e ft. at my House about 3 weeks ago. the following wearing appare `? it the same.fe mot claimed within 14 days after this date, they will b. sold to defray the expenses insured. " Blue Jacket; 1 Pair do Troirsers ; 1 Light coloured Waiscoa:. Sydney 9th. Jan. 1828. J. BOGG A150 GALLON STILL 37OR'SALE;i~t$. Levey's S72, George Street. To prevent unnecessary trou ble, price £250 Stg. Dec. 23, 1 827 W ANTED, a MALSTEUi. wiho thoroughly under Vstands his business, bor none other need apply. Liberal wages will be given.-Apply at the Brisbane Distillery. F INE-flavoured Jamaica R~u m. 10 and 15 0. P. iin i' Casks of 50o and 60 Galior. each, on Sale at CAVENAGH aND ROBSON'S. FOR SALE, a London-built Curricle with or without Harness, one set being s.:er mounted, the other plated. To be seen at Mr. C. Weavers, No. 10, Castle reagh Street, Sydney. Sydney Nov. 29th, 1827. To Blacksmiths, Nailors, and others. E XCLUSIVE of his large stock of Iron on hand ; J W. M. has purchased foi Cas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

EBRpANTEDB AtNDNAVAM ICAADEMIY. ,,Qffepahip( thanks`"t fttioi' IC1· lf 7 p daLd ns acid Qtjers, wto have, intrusted hiin with the instrhetion hind 0Stdianshlip of their children, and fiatters himielf,'thiit u an, unwieuried atteintibn to thfit aidvaincemeint in erudition and morals, lie Will obitiuue to iiieit ttbat share of public patronage, which he has alreýid dr ipe rienced. •fe also'assiires his patrons, he will exercise unremitting assiduity to perfect those pupils uniiider his tuition in the following branches of literitiide aild sci stie, vi ;-iReiadling, Writing, English and "Latki 4Ctnimmar, Arithmetic, Book-keeping by. single and d6tible ientry, Algebra, Geonietry. and Trigonometry. ffilin eid `sphericdl, Dialling,. Mensuration of superficies didsdodifds, Gauging, Lvhid and tiaritime surveying, Geo ly and the us the use of the Globes, Navigation, and utichl ,Aitronomy. S':. BAdult persobs are ttQught with facility, Navi gation, Nautical Astronomy, the construction of char...

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To the Right Honourable Robert Peel, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

Tp t'le r ghA .. 1.o . . P;eel, `mc. c .... SPaERCEIVING that very co Tibl deg-re of is ceo pre vaii ielaJive .t the colony of New Soutih e, with referenc6 ' tohe pProo s of ito original . at.on- as, . penal s"ttlnment, for6r,'t punishfoent, i' r~tdrm of crirniial ofenders ; an4 happening, from a .residence of several yelrs there, '1o possess somet f6iial knowledge of the, means, resources, and, a$ I conceive, the peculiar advantages of that colony for: A~ piqrposeo XI be.* leave to submit the.eame to your con fideration, ,i', as beinig. the miniister Qf the crown at tie head of the pclice of 'the countr.y. p. a.?.ceive thle obijqc of all penal infliction to be, tjhe ,_j iswient of 'tha offender in suclh wise hi wil, in th'e A~rst.' .lace, deter othera 'frqn" offending, aid, d;i' the next plice, hai?e the effe' eof ef fr iitig the. offender himself. Every oystem bf pEieti inflictioina Wt?ether'ex ':i?ii to life?, 'eocapitl pi¬iishment, or to liberty,. as menon ent i 'bulk o'r-peiite...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

KBMORANwUIM FOR THE .ENSUING WEK. S High Water. 40 min. past 5 Morn.--14 min. past 6 Ev.. S Sun. rises. 58 min. past 4 Aorn,-2 min. past 7 Ev. E.| ,, I High Water, 46 mn. past 6 Morn.-20 min. past 7. Ev, S16 | High Water,.41 min past 7 Morn.-8 o'Clock night. I High WVater,30 tmin. past 8 Morn.-55 min. past 2 Aft. -,-, I New Moon, 20? ain., past 10 Forenoon ewM n j 'High Water 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 Night 'vi | High'Water 10 orn.'--20 min. past 10 at Night. 3 S4 ( iligh Water 35mrin.past 10 Morn.-48 min. past 10 Ng. VARIATIONS OPF TIltrMO.?lTB?R, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TI-L OlRNING, 12 Ar .NOON, A.N4 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY t. ..... 8 1.85 ,7 ,' Fin; "and Clear,. ?unoA "~...,.... ~472 74. 7. howery., . ENEsDA;T. '.. 73 85 73 Cloudy. THURSDAY ..;....; .74 81 74iRainy with 'ttmder. PFi A : :;..:; _,. . ... 12 75176 1 Rainy. · ." . ISgruabAY ..... ,74 71 7 I Slowery, .3qu40y ......., 2J 7 75 IFine.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

.'" I think that the Grand Juries are not authorised to, ta?e,?otice of the administration of the school or church e- a?cl ?ments, except' they are so criminally 'neglected as, t?it~ify, an indictment of some responsible person. hether a building is more or less conveniently. ,4 r$angd4,or a system of education is iiore or less calcu . Ited.to advance the children, or more or less of skill has bee"idisplhyed in the selection of places of p-iblic vor ,ip, or schools ; are quesions, I think, out ofthe jiuzis lictn of the Grand Jury. i,-The Newcastle presentment appears tome, therefore B in' some degree, improperly made. "But Ilo not agree that circumstances may not'exist, ogingt.. on them the duty of presentment,--arid' I mould rather call it a duty, than a right. "I think that a wilful, persevering, neglect of fencing ina church-yard, would be such a case, if the dead bo dies were thereby exposed to violation by animals. The' gross neglect of children, too, by a master, so as that th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

Mr. Ril A'sflne blood entire Horse S*ttPrToN. The Pre sident pf the Ag?icultral Society, has favouired our con temipofraies with the omminicatijo olthe Orwner of this fine Hiqrge, resp eting fits pgdiree; xp?oit, and cha Iracgter. -For the sati'factioi of ohit Counitry Stabcri bers, we give tile tollowini extiact froi& Mr. Riley' lettes. :" Prviot 4. tp. mbarkctionany ,un?,e a annxious, for thQ opinion of. C. C We'ern n? qgre, the' mmber for,. ]EXsx, yhosp. juiguPqny is. congidered not surpa ad ja thy lipgdogm, aitd cqqpt.osiit. qpoting his wor sý: ," I congratulate, you on the purchase of .the .Grey stallion, I think him admirably. ca ulated to get useful1 and valuable stock, and it is v .ry difficult. indeed to tflid a. ho se of his bJoqd, with euhk shape .and sabstance, and so much bone, and such short, legs from the knees; which` ezgood and large, tt ?he` f kto , thn.. he is q'll rightfqt your purposes. S.;I further trouble you by . traisrttt.l.g the opinionq.: of H. `O....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

4.-.. ilXT7T I)· ~~;? ·t_= ,r,4 t 1- · '3fY ACT""IO4" fi. an ~ di17 ~ is o inij t(1c~nj~dio 9f· ~ ~e~viU~:b~beidhr' h s' _ . I~i II;.?.)S A~r Lf E . tltý ,4Q 4QrA AAA f r WiEda.t.a I t '-'4'. ( 4'tT 1:' . s pt by bayt lamero o JaMaiI , a'. .premise ,_we 4 B, $a U Nptd HroM Is indatu. J , " 4_ -s.To erft Bood Mere, v airi nt tloc iieo and. foalu byler feet es, nohic in lv ba4oii' (tirn of " ;, eviile. b r dnsbea" t~c silk. ter ' :( Ihu~a Y it sNers, .and 4te' threx of M~oarket latrtee ichael t tChpfanles age Ike andaad' capaoiouý, ?+ te. fg} our e:feurithe-l :ttain frona s d Premises. g Trmprp y n in .tetrade: 1Wo'rcb.t P.ýto ~~~.. be Tz'w .i t6'A~ ioi PAYYr t'PAUL. tJ#ýt~i , Thtbe'±sft ' i ' jns~~aUN. at1 11 o'nok Vi?~clo in cse ý"I oYli'"ifotWalei bp 'ub idtAn i.:elega' t1 eýw -`ci {i1e-boprd; ros:e-wood rd tals L U4 err':.' l 'Jsni ,3diI '1 iU 1 V: .C%"4"" . fu l-izeY~ sw in 4f Piii glass ,r tietedio. ei ie dt .i gilt linta- tms hai bayd Cametne bouttom ch eairs; chnt dm . as.;. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

ai·??,msariat;Odice, Sydney, 11th January, 1828. RAN .--Persons, desirous of Supplying such Quan Y ities ofBRAN,nsmaybye required by. the.Commis-, gsriat Department until the 24th December next; will sbe pleased to transmit their Tenders; in Writing, to this o ic.., a't i.o'Clock, on Wednesday, the 23d Instant, Oi aed au endorsed, ' Tender ofBran." ?- 'Tbe nders must, state, in Words at Length, the . price demanded per . H1 indred Pounds, the Bran being ,deliveredat: the Commissariat Stores, at the Contractor's 1ipense; and a:Letter will be required from a respectan Sble person, -engaging to enter into a Bond in Con junition with the Contractor, for the due Fulfilment of ;be Conttact. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep. Com. Gen. -- - Comissariat O?ice, Sydney 10th,.January, 1928 ' rh avir been found necessary to supply the patients in trHyOpital with..bread of a finer quality than bas m en io'ntra'cteilSfr .this year, tenders will bie received at this oflice, at 19 o'Ci6ck, on Wednesday the 23d in...

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MR. EAGAR'S PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

Mr. EAGAR'S PAMPHLET. It is generally known that Mr Eagar published a phamplet about three years back. It if founded on the hypothesis of an excessive prison popu-       lation. This being erroneous, and the converse being     the fact the pamplet has become useless. The first part (out of the three) however, is on a distinct subject. It is a political review of the Colony. A better letter   was never written as to the soundness of its principles, and the justice of the conclusions. From the speci- men we have had of the abilities of our Chamber of Commerce. by their late organ Four Stars, we think of giving them the best part of Mr. Eagar letter to read, as we think in their valuable cogitations and written   reports, the Members of the Committee of the said Chamber, may perhaps be benefited by the thoughts of one whose enlarged views of the politics of this Country,   we feel sa...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

Arrivals--On' Monday the Denmark Hill from. the Isle of France; on Tuesday the Darling from .Newcastle, and'   Minerva from the Isle of France. on Wednesday the Lord   Liverpool and Adventure from Newcastle. Projected Departures--The Mary for the Isle of Franee this day s the Amilty for.King George's Sound, and Httly for Port Dalrymple on the 18th.; the Queen Charlotte for New Zealand on the 19th.; the. Rsearch for india on the 20th.; the Frederick and Asia for '?agavia: onf the 22nd instant. Icingin in Hlarbour.- tIips ?4ia, Eliza, NVimrod,' George Home, Sovereign, Elizabeth, ' (?o'llit 1eduway, Tiger, "lmAn, Florentia, Saracen, Frederick, Elizdbeth, (Powdltch) Orelia, H. E. I. C. cruizer Research, Elizabetk (,) .Ara. (2 North./ Jrito c and Denmark Hill. Brigs-Dragpn, Hav?cis, Queen ?harlotte, 1Bona Fvifa, Welling ton, Lord Ipdney, MAary,. l'ereus, Miar!,. (2) Philip Dundas, Hind. Fame,' lonla, Ainity, Waterloo, Woodlark, and Minerva. Schooners--letty, Hun...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

SYDNEY MA1RKETSJ ..,dverage pr.e o.? ? tdy sold . · Nei Wheat 9s. Od---ahize 7s. 9d.-Barley 7s. Od.--Oats noue---I'iie' Flour, SOs, Od. steliing per 1Q0 lbs.-Secoiids do: I7s Od.-Brie'ad &jd: per 21b. Loaf.l-Potatoes20Os. fer eivt.-Fresh Batter 2s 9d -Salt' do 2s. Od.--Common SClieese -is. 4d.-Rankini's do. .2s. 0d.-Eggs 2s.?6d peir, doze--Fowls 3s. 6d..per couple.---JDucks5s.--Geepe, 5,.. , each.--Turkies 8 --Small, bunch :of. Turnips 4d.--Ditto Carrots 4d -Oaions.3d. per.lb.-Beef, per lb. bly the ,quar-, ter, 9.4d ; per Joint ..- ?Muttoi. 7.---Pork . 7d.--Salt Pork bv. the Joint' IO.',-Val TOd -Oranigt s, none. Wild Pea??vs, Os: 'per his1?ý'-WAorketdo. s.. per doz. 'Hay £.4 petr Iaid.LStraw '5. -- li.,r ' .--Cattit noide • ? ""I'IttERCHMNDIZE. ,?m,? . '.. -, '. SHvson Tad, per` half Cliest. of 321bs. £:6-Greeni ditto, pea'' ditto "£:2 lOs. and £E;310s..-Sugarm per) i'tby the bag,.4d. -Brazil Tlobacco byý the' Basket per lh. 3s,: .-d Fir ditto' * by the cask, 4s. 6d --Engli...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

I, "To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOt.u, , , ," " ?/y SIR, Sat;urday Evenibg. "-Tna AUSTRALIAq.' QUARTERLY JQURNAL" is before ,tlie Public : It has now to. pass through the ordeal of criticism; and I beg to offer a few cursory remarks on., its contents,? through the medium of your independent Journal. The Introduction (barring one sentiment) is harmless : an hour 'after the perusal I bad almost forgotten its subject matter: it is not on, the one hand remarkable for any definitively bad qualities6; ,nor~ on tbe;other, for any strikingly good, either as to style or sentiment. The • sentiment I have excepted, is this " ' The noble ,hound hunts not with the cur," by which it is-intended to illustrate .the fact of there having been no amalgomation of the English with the Aboriginal Blacks. iJs thisethe sentiment of a philosopher ?- But I' ill take the Reve rend Editor more peculiarly on his own ground; I ask, Is this the sentiment of a CRnnIsTA, ?--r-" Does Christ, "whose servant and diciple ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

" -, ~ tiHE1 HIND". will sblortl' proceed to ' L aui esuion acind Hoba' Tii own, and frrom the latter place ,direct to Glasgow ;-For Phreiht or passage apply to the Subscribers. - . , U1Otlc MBIE, MAUL&AREN, and Co. George-street, lOth January. 1828. ~ N 'ALE, at J: RAPHAEL'S 99, George-street, the .undermentioned G4 )ODS, received per the Saracen, George roine, aird N imtrod, at reduced Prices, for Cash 1inatiful tea-trays, and waiters; Prune English hals ; Ditto ditto cheee.e; Britmnnikhietal tea at~i coffee pots ; OGetlemen's and youtlhi' black aid drabl a .. Black silk hiindkerchi?e; . Gentlen cn's colou'red do; Blick dilk shoc ribbon; Superior English prints'; Worked muslin dresses ';, Shawls, various patterns, Black and coloured bombazeenl " Ditto do. bombazette,; .~I3iltles"?And- bed furnituide; ? 'uperlor steam loom !shinrtng.; . larseelies quid g l;. , `White and brown drill, p a? 1?i d ''' 'Ditt-'ditto ditto trowsera, `Yellow and blue nankeens ;,, 4.*entl9men's rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

S.;Ji ank of New Soutl?Walces; January, 16th IS~7". N OTICE. -Iln ooneqIuetirte of the greater part ,of S. ilhe Proprietors of Bantik " toc'k, bling ion the Grand and Petty Juries this dly, a' 1lestitg v dI 'ibe' held'at the Bank Bhiildings, on Wednesday, the 30thO Instanit, at i o'clock, in the foreinoon, at which meeting the Proprietors nre'requested t iio ttend, for 'the purpose of clecting a Director, in the trono of C3npt. 'Allman, rc signed, and als6 to take ihito consideration the proltrie ty of extending tlio .Direction, by the addition of a certain number of Country Gentlemen. A. K. AACKENZIE,"'Sec. STOLEN OR STRAYED. WHEREAS about the month of July 1826; there strayed from my Farm at the Five Islands, 17     head of Horned Cattle, branded G. P. and a Government Brand on the right hip. Now I hereby offer a reward of £1 for each of the above 17 head, and 10s. for every calf they may have had since they strayed, on the same being brought to me to Syd...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1828. T'he duty of a Reviewer and of an Editor, are com- monly held to be distinct. A newspaper is published for news, not for literary criticiism. But as the political speeches of public men are held to be lawful subjects of discussion by an Editor, so we conceive the political writings ,of public men are equally proper subjects for Newspaper comment. On this ground, we shall now proceed to make some remarks on the political and reli- gious portions of the first number of The Australian Quarterly Journal, which was published last Monday, and which we learn from the title page, is edited by the "Rev. Charles P. N. Wilton, M. A. Fellow of the Cam- bridge Philosophical Society, late Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, Master of the King's Female Orphan Institution, Parramatta, and one of His Majesty's Assistant Chaplains in the Colony of New South Wales."     The Australian Quarterly Journal comprises 112 pages, chiefly in ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. 'We are informed there are at present four thousand five hundred Convicts in the employ of Government,   exclusive of those at Norfolk alias Gomorrah Island, and Melville Island. ON Tuesday, the Honourable the Colonial Secretary accompanied by the Principal Superintendent of Co- victs, mustered the women on board the Ship Elizabeth. The Elizabeth has a small band on board, which enlivens the harbour in an evening. ON Monday last; arrived the ship Denmark Hill; Captain Foreman, from the isle of France, bringing a valuable cargo of sugar, tobacco, and sundries; Mrs. Foreman (and family) accompanies her husband. Messrs Tyerman and Bennett, the fashionable Ministers, were there, after taking a pleasant tour to the east at the   expense of their penny subscribers in England. ON Monday last, the prisoners who arrived. on the ship Florentia; were landed, when the usnal inspection took place in the jail yard, previously to their distribu- tio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

GOVERNMENT ORDER .COLONIAL SECRF9TARY'S OFFICE, JAN. 17, 1828 ',1;'. IS EXCELLENVY the GOVERNOR is pleaseIW direct, that the following List of the women on board the Elizbeth, and disposable; shall be ptblibsht? for general Information, y4Z;-- " Farm Servants.... ' :.... .. ...... 48 House Servants... . . ....., ... .. Washerwomen......... .......... . .7 Kitchen Maids... ..... .: ... .. ...1. : 1 Nurse Maids: ......... . ........ .. .1 Plain Cooks ...... ........ ............. .. .P ; [Lnundressess ...... . ....... . ..-. .. ., Servants of all Work............... -... .. ,. Straw Hat laiters ...., ........ ......... H at-,trimm ar· * ."....... ... . : . .:.. , ' .* :, Confectionary Apprentice .. _ ; .. , S' Total, 10o :By His ]xcellency's .Cotmaand, .; ALEXAPDWIf, I ligA GOVERMNENT 'NOTICE.:: '' COLONIAL SECRETAY'S OFFICE 17ftlbJANU4R ' 182 'PERlil.TS. - . H ,IS E XCELLENCY the ovpRnon hba ii heei pl?ised , .? to order; that from and" after the Sst-'Day bf titigs month, all'pgrmits...

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MR. EAGAR'S PAMPHLET. (Continued from page 908.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

:w '-.- ' ;;Frm ;g t.. m m?.eol ] W efilV ee .cnotmy, or the mpes ea of the s teiti?e?l be jfatly a-ppreeiat only by contrasting it with thweepx ce tehatas atttded "the other systeme of peial infaetio*. adopted in. 1inla4, .ulks,. and Ponitentiaries.. In the reports af hq par iam?tary cqpgmittees, on trsasportation in 1 2, an. n.Q of gaols ln 1819, and the papers laid befor,. psr ,4 1819, .1891, anda 183,': we have the. entire expen?es of New South Wales, and the numbie eof :perso.. transported. In the twenty-eighth fian0e repedt, in tli scond. report of the police of the ewtropolas, and in the several reports, of the (superintendent of hulks, we have the expenditure, and numkbers cjfined in the hulks. And in the reports to parliament, by the com mittee of the Millbank Penitentiary, 1819 to 1823, we Shvethe-expense ' of that estalblishment, and numobers. eqpUrld .in it. Now in order to ascertain whether New oSbuth Wales has been more or less expensive, we must estifmate. the average...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

S: Pi N.. list of a Stqk. of prbvisioris, and he iniar Qf. the best quality. sellihg o before Ci t"as, agt J. Ferris's George shreet. jipe pine cheese ; --ittp.Colonial cheese; York and westphalia hams'; Derwent-baeoa ; .Rein-deer tcgues ; Sam.outh red herrings, in jars A, ciee a sorPment of te;s , Double raiRed loaf sugar; hain Chew sugar candy, crystalised . 1WhVite china sugar; best Isle of France ditto ; jouhboP coffee, rice ; Ddbert and pudding raisins ; Fine and coarse Liverpool salt; .. Basket salt, and saltpetre, Mustard in pound, half pound, and qtuawter pound bot ,ties ; Wipper, spices of kinds ; Split peas and pearl barley ; Curry powder, and Scotch marmnalade ; English and China preserves, and preserved ginger; Assorted pickles and sauces ; Prepaed EBmbden grits, and barley, in cannisters; Fine sallad oil, English vinegar ; Caperp, olives, Milford Haven oysters ; Tace, snuff of various sorts, and cigars, Madeira wines, in cask or bottles ; Cape Moderia wine of a superior...

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