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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

T'o TII EDrTOR OF TIr~ oM0oNrToa. NoNE of the Colonial Journals have noticed. the Second Number of the South-Asian Register. What is the reason of this studied silence'--for studied' it assuredly is --The work possesses no' contemptible degree of merit-and any backwardness in acknow ledging the cotemporaneous existence of this work, must be construed more into envy than contempt. DOvUBTLESS the Editor, Dr. Oldlield, is above the Spraise, or dispraise, of his 'contemporaries. I"'verily believe he is i his work is as much above theirs, as th*eirs are above that compilation of rhapsody, verbosity, 1insipidity, and pedantry, The Australian Quarterly' Jour nutl. The South-Asian is really a good work; and peo ple have only to get rid. if the vulgar local prejudice that, because written at'Botany Bay, it must by conse quence be bad-they have only to get rid of this pre 'judice, to believe so. I would recommend the South. Asian to all men, as a Ivork full of sentiment and ori ginal concepti...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

iTo THE EDITOR OF THE MONITon . bR TUE, MIomnen readl.in your Journal a week or two back, some re markbl ujon 'the Newcastle Cdnsta';ulary, which were geqerally considered to be well grounded. Since that period, some changes have taken place in our Police Es tablishmzent, frnd the evils particularis:d in Th'I Moni tor,. havc been .in some neiisure exemplified. The piserable pittance allowed to support these men, causeg the Police here, aid'at most of the out-stations, to be filid' u i.th iPrisoners of the Crown ; for free pco pile will not actet ilthe situation, reduced as it is'in the meale of respectabilhty. The former perhaps, if men of steady habits, would be likely to form a very effici ent body, because the liberty which etraordinary ex c'tion entitles. theiw to, at an earlier period than in raty other eiimcpityi, would be a sulfficieit stimulus as wll as a guarantee fol their:good conduct. 13ut it is absolutely nec'essary, to give them idvquatte remuncera-. .lhon, .or means o...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

....,per.. ' THE 1UONITOR. .i<ý r ,,QqNDAY :EVENING, JANUARY 21' 182,8. ' ITS ais sdifficult to bring the mind to think unfavour pbly'of a person, when orce.' you' have formed a good opinion of him, as it is to frame the mind to look with respect and complacency upon a man, of whom you have at length formed a bad opinion. We had once formed a high opinion of Colonel Arthur and Judge Pedder , of the first, because be was religious; and of the second, be cause, though not yet proved as a. political Judge, as 4 Judge. in common matters, he ? e?med to shew much caution and. tenderness of conscience,;. and withal, was represented as a gentleman of superior sentiment and breeding; and we do love a condescending courtesy. Althouigh by residing in this Colony, we have lived long' enough to know, that men may be religious, and pnder *.plea of: a oingulkr love for justice, ipfict excessive punishment, with many professions .of grief, as the hyena is said to yeep over its victims er...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

GRAND JU1`Y PRESENTMENT. THE Grand Jury present to the Justices in Quarter Sessions assembled, ttidt'ihey visited the Courity Gaol in sydiiey, and foudd :tlthing to attract their notice' a beyond what had been .presented formerly,. namely, 'the unhealthiness of the sitpzaticn, and the total unsuitable c ness of the buildings for:.j.e purposes of a Gaol, where so great a number of pristiners are necessarily confined. The water is fetched 'id the !anks, and is very un wholesome, and is not fetE.hed in sufficient quantity, 'on account of its scarceness.c..The bread examined by the' Grand Jury, was of very. nferior quality, and was sour. ST'he Grand Jury were however surprised to find in l.the SIlospital only four sick, arid consider it proof, generally, ) of the resistance which is'inade by the Governor of the i Gaol and his assistants,'taºthe nutnerous' disadvantages which they labour under, considering the above enume rated defects. The prisoners made 'no complaints, save, that a gre...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. Wirare authorised to contradict the allegoations in one of our Conten.poraries, that Capt. Dillon left *a jman on a desolate island. No such event took place. THE Ship Waterloo, which brought out lire stock for the Agricultural Corporation, put into Hobart Town where" it'h Captain. dipd. 1Her Chief Officer took the command and was.to proceed to Batavia. 'I' new Penitentiary, at Mill Bank, Westminster,we understand,- is coilpleted, and is occupied by a great'ni tm herof Convicts, who, from the new regulations adopted therein, are admitted to tlie benefit of two years being taken from their original sentence. The persons who enter this establishment; are instructed in some branch f..trade, if of no. avocation. Mit. GZRARD has purchased the Schooner Waterloo's last cargo of .wheat,, consisting of 2,000 bushels. Tas Brig Dragon, Capt. Forbes, will lit out with .out delay for .Rio De Janeiro.--Thu brig Lion, is ex pected td arrive in ten days. ''aR.DE ??i...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

-LS BY AUCTION. ,40 d II ANTS TRADERS AND OtltEs. " - BY MR. BODENHAM. y .of the Executors of Mrs. Mary Arkell, o th~ze preni? e, n dfedncsday, the 23d January, att12 o'Clock precisely. R, fO.IgNTAM is instructed td sell' by Potit I.V Auction, a lease for 3 years of those well' kisIown uand ttfly val'uabli premises, now in the octupation, of Mr. Melville, habeirdasher and silk Mercer, situated in Pitt-street, and the corner of Market street. The jei it3 Cre' lat'~e: and. capacious, with extensive *ut .o;I o4ibii"hg two: frontages, and offering first rate dV eagt0 ay per'on in trade. PUrchaser to pay *,tht .dtiwibg of his' own lease, k'I tit IPd hJl Iuotae/iol4 F'amnitter4 Plate; Cat gies, iboa, b e? ate t ined, and other Atdluubl efeats. " IY MRl. lODENHAM-' .Othe p~emis es, Apsy'Lodge, by order ofAthe Ptoprie tor, John• Macaness, Esq. late l High Sterin of the "loiuy, proceeding to 'ngland, ?o. Wednesday, -thi: 30th instant, at 11 o'Clock. R. OD'NIAflI the honrui to annoutmce o ~bt...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

A)rir .--On Wednesday, arrived the L o r d : Livierrioot tind 4dtlrcnntin'r, fromrn.j;N ewcatle; on.Thursday,: tile. Ziuc' .4nn, ,wieutenantBoswe1Il, R. N. with 19 *rnr4e pribouerp,, I º female, free, andn·Q guwd of H. M. th regt. Departurcr-O--nri, .Toll sday, the 4'W , ', R. G ',Simpson, , Commnulder, for :the Isle of France; on Fridyuv, thg 4siu.,; J. Ehnan, for Batavia.;. on Satyyrday, thle 4ýipjcrpr/'u v Packet, for Newcastle, mind. Qare4 C7h'inrloth,, flr, 'r ti y liihd; on Sundahy,. tie. Darliny ' 9:Nc wecastle ' *4ilq,'fhr kini r Oiorc': Sound and' 1elvv.illehtan:d iotd'tb I ?tt., firr *Ptrt' D alrympl'e. Projected Dqn 'I,,rrea.-'.'lie 4Itnc, for' eweastle, this dity;. the Ilrlaweja, for New 1, 0on the, 22n I)instTn1t; the Fredi'rick,. for ilatavia,. omlt id and bSuereiw 'n, ,fui i ndin,, on. the 23rd; the R*eearcrj, for Jndiu, on the 24th: ,. AecmaIe in, Mar6kopr --Ships, Asia, Eliza, Nisiruod, ;Gearr IkEAc, Soterce'gn, Eli-zaeth, (Colliia) Medwayrj, Tiger, Jahil, .Jorenatw...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

DOMSTIC INTFJIGECEN. POLxCE, SYDNTEY. MoNDAY.-.James Russel, whom we mentioned in our Jast number, appeared to answer the charge of stabbing his wrife. , A certificate from a Sur geon was produced, which stated the wound to have been ioAicted in the back by a large knife, two it~hes wide and four deep. Mrs. Russell corroborated the statement of the Surgeoin, as to the infliction of 'the wouind; and stated it' to have been giveri in a disputd which arose from some trifling domestic incident, and prayed their W?orships ,to discharge the case, as she was likpy to sj~jer so sligktly from it ! After Ideliberating some minutes, the Bench informed Mrs. R. the) cQnsi dered the case one thait could not be overlooked; the assault was of a most serious nature, and public justice required the law to tiike its co~rse. The prisoner was accordingly committed to take his.tril ,at the Criminal. Court--John Deownin'g, on the complaint of not having paid a certain weekly stipend to his" wife, from who...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

. ?: ;- l.,min;pasi? Il 1ore.-4t-min. pas II NC. I Sn a A naria ono mh ute past 10 Mtoqrniug. High ate-r, 45 min.past ll Forenoon.' i Sun rises 3 min. past 5 Morn.-Sets 57 min. past 6 Ev. I lgh Water, 10 min past 12 Morn,-36 min past 12 Aft'" b Water, 6min..pihst lMorn.-33 min. past 1 Aft. S I uarter ofthe'Moon 50 min paste Morn. I HighWater 59rmin. past 2 Morn.-32 wmin. past- Aft. SI I C6nversion of Saint Paul. CI r+ High Water 5 min past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 4 Af). High Water 15min. past 5 Morn.-=43 min. past 5 Aft, i 3rd Sunday -after Epiphany. SA.AITONS OP THERIBtlTER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 It THEI MOwItlgI 12'5 AT NOON, AND 5 IN'TTH EVsNINO' RESPEC-' - , .. TIVELY. MoNDAY ....... 75 75 71 Clear. 'rUESDAY........ 172 78 79' Ditto.' WgDN sDA ,...., 76 79 70 Cloudy, "tii'R3DAiV"..:.+ "72 82 h 6 Dittb. " FRIDAY........... 76 85 78 Fine. ATUsDA.Y ....:... 75 83 j 80 Ditto. SUNDAY:, . 74 84 76 Cloudy, . .

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS,, . , Average price, bn quantity sold : New Wheat 9s. Od.-Malze 7s. 9d.--Bailey?' 7s. Od. ats none.-Fine Floir, 20s. 0d." steliig'lier -lQO lbs.--Second do. i17s. Od.-Bread 5&d per 21b. Loaf.--Potatoes 209. per cwt.-Fresh Butter 2s. 9d-Salt do:'2s. Od'.-Cmmon~ Cheese Is;. 4d.-Rankin's do.: 2s. Od.--Eggs :2s. 6d. per "doz.-Fowls 3s. 6d. per couple.---Ducks .5.-.?.ieese, 8. each.-Turkies 8s -Small bunch of Turnips 4d.-Ditio Carrots 4d-Onions.3d. per lb.--Beef per lb. by the quar-.. ter, 41d ; per Joint Gd.-Mutton 7d.-Pork. 7d..-.Salt Pork yhv the Joint 10l,-Veal 10d--Oranges, none." Wild Peaches, 10s. per bnshel -Worked do. Is. per d['o Hay £.4 per load.--Straw - -5a: per load.--Cattle none. MERCHI)NDIZE. Hvson Tea, per, half Chest of 321bs. £.6--' een' ditto, per ditto, £.2 10s,. an'£.3 10s.--Sugars per 1b.' b yt26 bhag, 4d.. --Brazil Tobaicc? ' by the Basket lier lb. 3s. 9di-Fig ditto by the cask, 4s'tLt-English Soap per lb. by the Cwt 5.d.- Mould Candles by t...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

E: 'ENG.LISH MISCELLANI&F .. MKLANCnoLY TAL:.--There are few instances in which parental authority is so frequently exercised, as in that of 'preventing marriages where. pecuniary circum stances render the match.imprudent ; and perhaps there are none in which its exercise is productive of worse consequences. The reasons should indeed be cogent, that could justify a 'parent in .exercising more than persuasion,'where the happiness'nf a child isncompletely at stake. The tragic result of such interference it is now our melancholy task to relate. Miss M -, the daughter of a respetatuble.attorney in North Wales, but who is now dead, received attentious frow two suitors, to pne.of 'whom she gave her heart, and would also have ccbmlpanied the gift with lher hand, but for the interference,of her mot her, who induced her to accept the addresses of a Mr.*P-, a wealthier, and in the eyesý of. Mrs.. M-, a much more' eligible' ma'tch. This: teasing caused the young lady to regard the unfa...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 January 1828

NOW LANDING, and on Sale, at the Stores of Cavenagh and Redman, the Cargo of the Brig Ionia consisting of W 1 Rum from 10 to 25 per cent. O P. Fine flavoured Cognac Brandy; Gin ; Vidonia and Madeira wines, in quarter casks ; London bottled claret ; Stationary ; Leghorn bonnets ; Millinery ; Slops ; Superfine black and blue cloths ; Glassware ;   Very superior gentlemen's black and drab hats ;     Fashionable new London-made Stanhope chaise, with superb harness complete ; Bags and bagging ; Ironmongery, &c. &c. 20th December, 1827. George Street.   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 t...

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

BY MR. ROBERT COOPER,     At the Stores of Mr. GORDON BROWNE On Monday the   21st' Instant, at 11 o'Clock,   TWELVE CRATES of EARTHEN WARE ;   5 Bags of Sago;   2 Pipes of Vinegar; A few superior Hams, and Flitches of Bacon ; A few Bags of fine salt; 1 Box of Stationery and Books;   1 Box of Paper-hanging;   1 Box of Brushes and Brooms;, 7 Bales of fine Wool; 2 Rolls of Parchment; An Assortment of Looking-glasses, of all sizes and descriptions. ONE' HUNDRED AND FIFTY FINE-WOLLED EWES r O be Sold on liberal terms, by .Private Contract, e'. One Hundred and Fifty Fine-Wooled full mounted Ewes. . Apply to J. Paul, George Street. K BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS. O utd esday, the 23d. Instant,- at., the Stores of Mr SnRRIS, George street, Sydney, without server to t lose a Consignment. c T HE FOLLOWING GOODS; viz. * 40 small brass cannons) 2 double barrelled guns; 27 pair elastic spring garters; ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

To. tHE EDITOR OF THE MowITOn. , aBs~o an attentive reader of your impartial Journal, I was induced, from perusing your strictures,on the Australian' Quarterly Review, and your encomipmn on the South-Asian Register, to borrow those two peri odicals of a friend.; the, result was, that I retirned the Quarterly,. after a most, tedious reading-but in place 'of' the Register, transmitted 78. 6d: LANGUAGE, Mr. Editor, I have ever understood; as the ihieins of reciprocally conveying our ideas;, bput'n the ,Qrarterly,. this object seemed to have been etltiely, forgotten: I waded through an ocean of pure ver basil y . "THERE -is, however, Ra marked diffelente'in the So'th Aesian. In this valuable little work, the Editor seems so overflowing with ideas, as not to be able to find words sufficiently exptessive.of the same. This is perhaps a fault ;..but it is on the right side : words, without mean ,in, are not so pleasant to the senses as the noise of crickets; sentiment-real sentiment--if exp...

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MR. EAGAR'S PAMPHLET. (Continued from Page 920) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

l i-: : ; .4 i'+ J :. Ii A i : "r:. - , . n- settlement, and that is. Vl :difuyl. ofJ the wconoias u*ri avg frbla thencfe me their tern fransportation ex his. 'All :ati i ' pwEsons confined inl6lks:o o peitean i ?.?l-- are, ' at i~e'tj e '? i oibn of' their i?dlhfpornmeht, _ isw. fik i.ro a ti he" public ` as Iha beenr ot; ,asived, ;tbqy . c&jnno bla pbgn ýena s matesot?+ `te y -miststherefote, and .tby ;do;,with very, :few ecept!ons, tti*W>6 ther!'old4tihaits ot theft :and plunder, often tige `ikiou nee~ttids ad increaded talents Jml' ag iefsyth'aLt 'e'aictry 'is zdli'edfroin the ratischiefof their theft and ' I'erol h iiv ey ae 1 il 4aett;?l:duress. .N,?t en, with the coqvict tranisporttd toNe~t'8oulth Wales. ',He'rn vercomes back t6 renew i reerifm'iiq ty, ,'d thie it6ihtry'lbednies'at onte, Rn. for evr relieved f hCim. i<s$ t.dn'scdei-d, ',byfwhat rI Ilsqeitate not to call, a, false and spuious . huauanity :as' a icaliarly hard featre In transport aion; " t...

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Gleanings from United States' Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

~ fean ns from .U..e.Sarkes P apers. TE. comparative cheapness of living in the Uqited States may be judged of from the navertscd rates of a larger boarding-house at Asheville, North Carolia; via. less than 11. per week fora aept?eman; ýtnd,1litle.more than 21. for a gentleman, his ýerykp?t,'and horse. .T'1i Fine arts are advancing in America as rapidly as can b' cxpected in a country whose energies are at pre," seat principally applied to'commerce and agýicult re.c The Philadel~pia Ac btiGI t 1 i and severty pictute J " b ex. 1 would a pear rather at a low`bb, if we may judge t. S-loW -inor+ate f..a..the eocra i ".."... '?r i SThe landscapes by Douh. clapmn ae Their moat striking quality is 'ty to nO Claude Loraihe acrdmn6lr ,or- myastifclro h .I The. scenes are selected and drawn with a' cle~ar~p~i aton\ I of pic.hn:q c1ae, effect e colouruisi generally coldr.,pl.+ rafil butharmoniousef. 'I+"The baun fse, neait, and s' piritedbut rather tuo much" laboured. " T -iFreIchJ o)pera dlh...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

. .... ??, qQIAND 4., dos a._U ZNS r1a whit. ýIi.b: t K Wate?rll min. past. ll Mon.-.27 min, ast 11 Nt.,, SeuntersAquAariaonp minute past I Mo aing. ;.. High,,Water, 45 minst. n ;t.l Foreanon.. . Sun rises 3 min. fist 5 `MorM.-=Sets 57 matn. past 6 Ev. '. I' iig'h .'vater, 10 min past 12 Morn.- 6 min past 12 Aft. SIHigh Water, 6min. past IMowt.-33 min. past 1 Att.' " 'I'FirSt Quarter of the Moon 50 min ,past 6 Morn. .I I High Water 59 min. past 2 MOqn.--32 min. past 1 Aft. ' Conversion of Saint Paul: ".i ;I I High Water 5 min past 4 Morn.--36 min, past 4 Afj. I, . (IHigh Water I5 min. past 5 Morn.-43 ain. past 5 Aft, I" 3rd Sunday after Epiphany. VARIATIONS O? TirHERMOMETER, &?. &C. TAKEN Al 7 IN THE " MORaNINO, 192 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THIB BVENING RESPEC .TIVELY. MONDAY ......... 75 75 71 tClear. rUesDu?C ........ 72 78 79 Ditto. " WEDNESDAY...... 76 79 70 Cloudy. THURSDAY........, 72 82 76 Ditto., PRIDAY.......... 76 85 78 Fine. SATURDAY ...... 5 183 80 Ditto. iSNDa ...

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Liberty of the Press—Mr. Hume's Motion. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

Liberty of thpp.Pcry - afýne's Motion. ' l fr.' HRme's motion .for the repeal ,of';Q:e f t e' six acts; intposingýa duty on periodical, pamphl1t~ uap r i certairr srse,, and emnpowetiln,. Magistrltes ,.t. rqeiur:i persons accused of libel to give seecurity; for .th. pNyrýHsr vatloi nof the peace, has been. opposed by :the. A.toraipy Gedeial, Sir Robert Wilson, the?Chbncellor 'so the ..x cheljuer, and Lord John Russell, and negatived, by ap immense i'mýijority. The Attorney-General's speech contained a beautiful exempltficati6n 'of: nearly all Mr. Bentharm's fallacies. Mr. Peel was glad to'lind ih it a tardy trilute to the memory of the late Lord London derry, and it certainly sanctions onif 'th:it deplored person's most tyratmnical mriasures.' 'ir' Robeft 'WI.t1i*b apilplauded hiniself for'passirig'overi unblushirigly td .the support if ?' Ministry wllo'assertid the ti6erty' of the sub ject ; and considering a' 'n'oti.:h j~ fo the epeal 'of one of the six acts tis an attack 'upon 't...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

SMAinOGANY.-ITs 'PIRST' USE IN EIO?LAWD --Dr. Gib. )hans, an eminent physician, in the latter end of the I7fik or beginnain of the 18h century, had "a brother, "I West India ciaptaini, who brough: over some planks of this' wood as ballast, but wivas not aware of its value. As the Dcinirwaas then building a hlous. in King-street, Covent-GOrdeb, his brother thougnt they might be of sertice to him, but the carpenters finding.:tie wooIt hard for their tools, they were laid aside for.a time aý useless Son ntfer, Mrs. Gibbons wanting a. canlile 'box, the Doctor called on his cabinet-maker to .make on of some wood that lay in his garden. Wallastop, the cabinet-uljker, on cutting it up, also com lainued ttI "w os.it' , "ti. li. oc.br said -, . . e.ty ,ist , stronger tols. The 'cadle-box 4was however made, angd highlyal aliroved of, insoin tt! at the ,Dyfrr e instsied on. hu;ig a burreau 'andde of the Abweoo ,whVth was aceordig doge, '. hen the fine3oHl tOr, ten. .tif4 pqlirý,.4co. we, so0 p...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 January 1828

• r.IgiTtPppitig '*htd geiwei4; / . r r·~ Vis--'None. A Colonial Government .Schooner in Deparlures.-Adeenture and Haweis, for Newcastle, on Tuesday. prajected Departures.--The Frederick, for Bataxia, on the 5th; the- Asia and Sovereign, for India, on the 27th, and jgsearcI, on the 28th. Riepl :in Hzrbotr.-Ships, A ia, Elizz, Nimrod, George fIome,. sovercign,: Elisabeth, (Collins) Affduway, Tiger, Juon, Florentia garacen, Frederick, Elizabeth, (Powditcl) Orelia, II. E. I. C. tduizer $esearek, North Briton, angd Denmark Hill. Brigs-_Dragon, Bora Yrsta, Wellington, Lord Rodney, Nereus, l ary, (2) P?.lip Dundas, Hind, Fame, Ionia, Waterloo, Wood lark, M'merva, and Lucy Ann. Schooners--Hunter, Isabella, and Prince of Denmark,. Catters--Dart, (Revcnue) Caroline, Lambton, and Lord Liverpoll Itulks...-P?i, and Ardent. .... ,- r- . ~ I

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