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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

HOUSE OF COMMONS. On the motion for the second reading sof the Swan River Settlement Bill. Mr. Hume objected to vest the powers 4ranted by the Bill in the handseof a single udividual. He would not trust arbitrýºry suthority ii the hands of any human being. Et had been well said by Mr. Wilberforce, chat any man who found himself in posses don of such authority ought to distrust him self, and request to be deprived of it. Let there be an Auxiliary Council, composed of two or three respectable individuals, nomi nated by the Government at home. Sir 0. Murray observed, that it was not specified in the Bill that the powers in question should be vested in an individual. The words were-** person or persons resident." Mr flume pressed his objection to the powers being vested in any one person. He had no objection to a plurality of. persons. He hoped that in the Committee, the Hon. Baronet would agree to that alteration. Sir G. Murray said, that although the Bill empowered his Majesty to vest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

Pterfleaeernts earl !o this oe fte, fwd aspecify oa the face of them, the number of times they ar, is be tarvertiWed, otherwise, they will he conti uaed until countermanded. We beg to inform our Sutscrilers both is tow, end aountry,theysnust crna.der the delivery of the New.spapcrs usb to tho Post-master in Sydney as regasrdt ourfriendm up the country,, and to. our nrews-carriers as reards our friends in Town, s valid delivery to them in law respectivly ; the came as if put into their own hands. Scb scribers who do not redcive their papers regilarly, are .requested to complain to us by letter (post paid) and, as far as we can, we wtllhernedy tha evil. Rut we will not be answerable for 1/te delivery of our Journal in a mere efectual san seer, t/an thus set firth. This is the . condition on which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice , Vo Letters will be taken in at the Sydney Monitor Ojice, unless ptst-paid. The public are cautioned to...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

'bippintg eintdlligzratr. Arrival".-On Sunday, the City of Edinsbukgh, from New Zealand with spars. The Mary Anne from the seul fishery and Launceston ; cargo, seal skins. The Queen Charlotte sailed this day, and returned through stressof weather-- n Mon day, the bitrque Soverrigs. McKeller, with 119' female prisoners, at'd 23 children, Surgeon Super intendent, Dr. Tairfnwl, R. N.: passengers, S. A. Perry Esq. Pep. Corn. Gin, Mrs. Perry and fa mily, Miss Thompson, and Miss Barnett ; left the Downs the 23rd of April. On Wednesday, the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle. On Thursday, the Lambton from Port Stephens. Departures.-On Sunday, the Mary ElisabetA for Newcastle with Government.a'ores : on Mon day, the I'Terty for Newcastle ; o t Wednesday, the Queenchariete for Port IDalrymple, and HIaweos for Newcastle; on Thursdiy, the ship Elieabat a for the sperm fishery. Projected Dcpartures.-Tha Lord Liverpool fot Newcastle, and brig Eliebeth for Port Dalrymple, this day ; the Minerva for th...

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

STrERLING PRICES OP FLOURt'e 1,00 Ip 1ad Dixon.......... 26, . 24a. Uooggcr 26.. 2 W rker ....... 26 Dinring Mille ' .... '2 Girard ..,... ..... 16 .

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH, OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES POR 0A4m' OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. Beef, per lb per joint ........... 14. ' Mutton, do. do........... p g' Conrse Veal and Pork, do.. .... .... 0. 0 13e:f, per quarttr,perlb......... .. * .. Q 2 Pork, per carcass, per lb.......::... ,.. 0 $ Bread, per 2lb. loaf .. .......... ..... 0 Elattter, per. lb. ealt 10. 0d fresh. .. Choeee, do. from 8d to .i; .:.+.1 8' Pea, Hyaon do: .....;.. ......:., 0 )pen Green do. ...,, .. ..... .. a ?Moist Sugars do. ....... .... . ....o . Foreign t'obncco, do. v..... ¶ 0 .Vest India Rumi per gallon.. .'.. ..; 1 6 Flollan do, do. ......... 14 , Brandy, do. ... 1$ Cape WVbite Wine, do. .:..:..;....4 0, Sherry or Madeira, do.......... 6 Eng ish B'rown Soap, per lb. .,"..=., , Maekie'a (an good na Englisl) Qnly .. 0 ` Colonial Mould Candles, do......';: ý, , 0 8

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

t'he approaching expiration of the East India Company's Monopoly, begins to excite great lnte veit throughout the country; and we observe, that on Saturday next, at Twelve, Mr. lluckingham gives his last lecture at the City of Lond6n ºFa vern, on the evils inflicted on all classes by the existence of this Monopoly, and on the steps ne cessary to effect its abolition. Mr. l3uckinghaum has published a small Pamphlet, containing the heads of his lectures, which will be found well werth perusal, (ý'M b Nbtev onofnesaf 10 laiQ'h).

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

PANORAMA, Leicester-square.-On Easter Mondny. the Large Circle will re-open with a magnificent and iutereating painting, of a perfectly novel deacription, to which the grand scale and ample space afforded by this Exhibftion is pect liarly adapted.-The View of Sydney is now ox hibiting.-,-Vievs of the battle of Navarin and Paris are open at the Panorama, Strand.

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

'THE SYDNEY b ONITOf MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1829. We pointed out last week a few. matters, wherein the Cham ber of Commaerce had evinced a total subserviency to Govern mn:nt, whenever the measures of the latter were 'illegal or impolitic. We forgot to add two other striking instances of this 'subservieney. It is a principle of 'Cue toim-Houses, not only of the Mother Country, but of- all the Governments of Europe, that good. re-shipped, clain a drawarback of **m in ariount eqitoii wli t was eaacte6 a ,ugs ucm their first importation. Teas and saga:a hbve often been re-shipped for Van'Die 'mci's Land by t' e merchants of Sydney. 'but our just Government has always refused tofgive the drawback. On the aruival of the goods at Hobart Town, Col. Arthur exacted the duties of his port, on the j ust plea, that wheresoever the good. are consumed, there the duties are 'due. . Yets bas this same - "Chamber" of our Buann' 'Berry's, and Wollstonecraft'a, never hac the spirit to remonstrate with this...

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THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. MADRID, MAARcH 30.-The earthquake which we experienced here on the 21st instant, at a quarter past six o'clock, r. as. was felt on the same day, and at the same hour, in the province of Murcia, where it was attended with the most melancholy consequences. Below is a summary of the letters received to day from 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, and a number of indi. viduals have perished. Carthagena-The quarter of La Sevieta is completely demolished. St. Fulgencio has altogether disappeared. Rojales, La Granga, Lox, San Miguel, Callosa, and several other towns and villages, have suffereil greatly. p La Mata is a heap of ruins. The earthquake has dried up its two salt lakes. Torre-Viego-Not a single house...

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PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF MR. PEEL'S NEW POLICE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF MR. PEEL'S NEW POLICE BILL. Jurisdiction of Act to extend to Parishes within Westminster, and parts of Middlesex, Surrey. Hertford, Eesex, and Kent; aid his Majesty, by Order in Council, may direct any additional Parishes in the same Counties with in twelve miles of Charinga Cross, to be in cluded. A new Police-office and three Justices, un- der Secretary of State, at salaries of £800 Has Majesty to appoint a Receiver of Police Rate, to be called the Receiver for the Metro- politan Police District (salary not decided). Salaries and Rewards to Policemen to be regulated by Secretary of State. No Justice under the Act to sit in Par liament, and no Policeman to vote at elections for soid counties, under penalty of £100. Present watch in each district to continue until notice he given that a new watch is np pointed; and then the existing watch.rate to cease, but the Bill not to affect the rates for paving. lighting, &c. WVatt hhcuses, boxes, arms, &c...

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

SWAN RIVER.-The following is ex- tracted from a London daily paper--The Morning Herald. THE SWAN RIVER settlement is not intended   as a receptacle for convicts. We understand a great deal of private property is about to be embarked in this undertaking, and that several of the younger branches of the nobility intend to go out and settle. Amongst others, the Hon. Mr. Windham, the second son of Lord Egremont, is about to emigrate to this portion of the largest, most healthy, and per- haps (1) the most fertile in the world. The ex- pedition will be accompanied by about 500 troops, the greatest part of whom, together vith many of the civil officers, will probably remain there for life. We think, indeed, it would be good policy on the part of Government, to send out those persons only, as civil officers, who intend to make the colony their perma- nent place of residence. When, General Dar- ling was appointed Governor of New South   Wales, he informed the governm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

NOTICE. T HEREBY Caution all Persons against trespassing, by passing through, over, or otherwise, a certain piece or parcel of ground, situate, lying, and being, in Sus sex-street, in the town of Sydney, bounded on the North. by Thomas Bray'i'premises, extending along the same 103 feet, on the South by a line 103 feet, on the East by Sussex-street 55 feet,'oo the West by the Rocks 55 feet, and the the water's edge fronting ; tue, same being my pro pert', b urctied 'all' the right,. 'title, anad interest, of Mr. John Payne, at Public Auction. TO FENCERS. T HE above premises I require to be Fenced, Persons desirous of perform ing the work, way apply at the Waterloo WYarchouse. . DANIEL COOPER Mank of .eto 'outb .ýC!dales. THE Proprietors of Stock in this Bank ase requested to meet at the Bank Buildings, on Thursday the 13th. August next, at eleven o'Clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of declaring the last two half-yearly dividenos, electing a Cashier, and for other purposes. JOHN ...

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

CHsT ChAT -The 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 family aein( taken with the measles -A meeting of the Jockey Club will take place at the Royal Hotel.-The Surveyor General, Captain Perry, irrived 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. ion of God.-An inquest was also holden on Monday at Mud Bank, Botany, on the body of Joseph Joyce, assigned to Mr. S Lord, who died from a cart passing over his breast. Ver dict- accidental death, in consequence of a hurt by being throwu out of his cart when in state of intoxication.-The house at a man arlned Howard, residing in Sussex.street, was entered on Tuesday morning, between the tours of eight and nine o'clock, and a quan ity of wearing apparel Atolen therefrom. A Quiz.-It has been discovered, that his Reverence ...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

;'USSDAY, APRIL 14, 1829. The Royal Assent was yesterday given by coinunission to the Catholic Relief Bill, and the. Elective Franchise in Ireland Regulation Bill. .These nreasures are now therefore part of the law of the land. 'Thus the last vestige of the Penal Laws has been swept away. Religion will no longer arm citizen against citizen. The intterests of another world will no longer serve as a pre. text for perplexing the affairs of this. We are now free to enter -fearlessly on the con sideration of the condition of Ireland. " We write in the last day, perhaps, of the British 'Constitution," says The Slandard of vesterduy. Yesterday, then, was'the last day of the British 'Constitution. The Duke of Wellington, then, bas fairly destroyed the British Constitution in spite of " the remon strances of the whole Church ;" and even of the Protestant inhabitants of London and Westminster, who nearly filled two coaches on Friday last, when they astonished his Majesty's cooks at Windsor by...

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CONTINUATION OF THE NEWS BY THE SOVEREIGN. THE MORNING CHRONICLE. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

CONTINUATION OF THE NEWS - BY THE SOVEREIGN. THE- 11ORNING CHRONICLE. 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. lations. A specific outline of the English policy with reference to the affiirs of the East of Europe, has been communicated to th Russian 'overnment, with an intimation thau it is to be considered as final. It is also as serted and believed, that Mr. Gordon carries out corresponding instructions for his gui. dance in tbh negociationa with the Ottoman Porte. The unhappy afftir in which the Russian Resident of the Court of Persia lost his life, is supposed to have been the result of a preme ditated plan. and is likely to lead to important results. Government are understood to have received information on the subject through the mnediutn of a Special Messenger, but the precise nature of the intelligence is unknown. The report of the early retirement...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

LORD hegs to inform his Friends S® and the P bIle, that in addition to .is Stock of Goods formerly advertised. he has received a quantity of Rum. Gin, and Brandy, which he will sell either whole sale or retail at reduced prices. Samples may be seen at dis Warehouse, Mac quarie-place. Sydney, dugust 7, 1829, NEW ADV ERTXSE0IENT S OF THIS WEEK. S IELETON O1 Government Orders; Notices, 8c IN TUESDAY'S, THURtSDAYS', AND THIS DAY'S GAZETIE. Order 7th instant.-,-Coin given for ring dollars snit dumps, till the 30th of next mionth, but no lpnger. Do. came date -Regulations as to payment of salaries to officers residmig in distant districts. Notlee 5th.A ms.-Mr. Mowatt appointed Land waiter, &c. Ditto 4th insuant.-Famnilies may be supplicd witl" with femsle Convicts out of the barque Sore reign. Ditto lit astant.-W. H. Moore Esq., .re-ap- I pointed Crown Solicitor. Ditll 3rd iast.-J. Fryer, M.Tokinkls, %. Hutch inson, and MI. Gordon, to be Constables. Sherffs Notices. Luke vs. Brown...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

IDomc~tft Inteligtntt. The few independe ts of Sydney still perse vere In their doubtful scheme of raising an in dependent Church. It is time Sectarlans laid aside their trifling dogmas, and petty notions of diseipl'ne, and became more Catholioc. God i, 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 Catholies, or among the most iigid covenantera. The wor ship of the Creator is in the heart and not in the letter. Place and circumstance have little to do with that transcendant Being, wh' gave his Son to redeem a lost world. The son of man suffered for the sins of the human race. The Holy Spirit is the author of all . ood in man; and the provieence of God per vades all our atlairs; the coucerns of a family and the death of asparrow, being with God of uqual importance, with the affairs of an empire. He that believes in these truths, and acts ac cordingly, shall be saved. An...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Port Macquarke, July 1st, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 August 1829

To THER EDfroa or Til SYDNEY MoNWrOR.. Port Maegsuark, July lit, 1829. 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 Com mandant Captain Smith, Craghan was employed as principal overseer of the camp. Singular to relate, 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 Hector's piece in the name and at the request, as he said, of the Commandant. In about tan days after his depar ture, Constable Thomas George brought in word, that Craghan had been shot by Bogg the black native, in company with the blacks Leverton and another. A black boy belonging to some friendly blacks, came in, and requested the Commandant to allow Davis the Kangarooer to go out with them and find the body of Craghan, and also to seek out and take into custod...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

MaMORANDUM Fon.l SE' S 'IqO.-GWESIK. [ I High Water, 30 in. p. 9 hlorn. J50 st. p. 9 ut. ~ ?High Water, 5 m. p.l i morn.-25 . p. 10 nt. t.; I High Water, 45 m. p. 10 morn.-11- night. S'j High Water, 16 in p. 11 morun,-35 m.p. Ii n E [I High Water, 56 m. p. 11 murn. p. High Water, 29 m. p.. 12 morn.--.6 m. p. 2 a STa Onart,.r of Mann, 40 In. p. II night. I lgu wVateLr, 1o An. p. 1 morn,-b5 m.p. 2 alt "i Sun rises, 30 Im. p. 6-sets 30 m. p. 5. Q'llitcehlp ?tao.ttoalogical aable. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THl EVENING RESPECTIVELY. SATURDAY ... 56"60 58S W. Cloudy. SU!NPAY ..... .576158iW. & N. Clear. MONDAY ...7 6259V. &N . Do. TuESDAY .... 58163 60Do. Do. WEDNESDAY 58 6464N. E: D1o. TiIUnSDAY .. 56 l(46iN. WV. I)o.' FRIDAY ..... i 8jW. & N. W.po. Highest temperature 68

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

To THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. I confess myself for one, to have been much pleased since my arrival, with your fearless comments on the, actions of those in authority; and which can only be exposed and checked through the medium of the pub. lie press; this right of openly arraigning the conduct of persons in power, belongs to us as part of our glorious constitution, and which is well expressed by that admirable writer De Lolme, " we may therefore look upon it as a farther proof of the soundness of the principles on which the English constitu tion is founded, that it has allotted to the people themselves the province of openly can vassing and arraigning the conduct of those who are invested with any branch of public authority ; and that it has delivered into the hands of the people at large, the exercise of .the censorial power." If this right of the people were more freq'uecntly exercised, it would prevent much misconduct on the part of persons in office; nor would so much pat...

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