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SHAM POST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Corrabean, August 4th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

...SHAM I~OST.: o Tu EroEDnITOR OR U SYDNBY MONIron. 'CorraBean, Augsut 4th, 1829. Having. ubeeribed to your paper ever shncanmy beinai in the Colony, with a view' of ~endihzgit .to Lnginnd; I un sorry .to say, 1 nuet;'dcolino to continue taking it after this inirter xpiresa,"'s nimy papers never come to hand 'intil' they 'tire ono oir two niouitbs old ; theni I have threw or four rat once, Thu lust time before this they were two months old; this time I received four, one for the 6th of June, anm so on, where the fault lies I cannot say, but they remained on board the Lambton from the Sunday until the Wednesday, yet boats going constant to her and returning past my door; but on this settlement we are not allowed to speak our minds, If we do, our gratuity is stopped, and we are every thing that is bad. 'There are twoparties it seems on the ground, one for the Directors at home, and one for the Committee here; unfortu nately for me, I was sent out by the Directors at home to command t...

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

To TInl EDITOR OP THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Having accidentally got a sight of the Syd ney Gazette of the 4th iunstant,(being no sub sciber to that paper) I perceived therein a let ter bearing the signature of " Adolphus," on the. subject of trial by jury, and the extent to which that boon was intended to go in our little community, according to the view of the British Legislature. The argument used by the writer of this letter in support of his position is, that the Emancipists speaking generally, are not a proper body of persons to be en trusted with the office of Jurors, on the ground, of their having once forfeited their civil liberties, altlio' subsequently restored to all their rights and privileges without ex. ception, under absolute pardons or eman cipations ; by virtue of several acts of Parlia ment; and notwithstanding that they possess grants of land in their own right from the crown, to a great extent, and free of cmbar. rassment ; and their conveyances of such property and al...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

U An Inquest was held on Saturday, at the Ros6 and Crown Inn, Castlereagh Street, on the 'body of Mr. - - , belonging to the Colonial Secretary's Offcle, who put a period to 'is existence on the morning of the same day. It appeared in evidence that the de ceased had been in a desponding state for the last five weeks, in conseBqIence, 1as he stated, of a young man lately arrived from England being.p!aced over Iui head in the offlice, with an increase of salary;'althQugh he had been there nearly 4 years. Dr. M1ftclel's cortifl cate was read, which stated, that the deqeased had destroyed hiimsdlf with a pistol, and that the ball had lodged in the brain. The jury \being perfectly saitisfied, returned n'verdict, destroyed himself with a pistol-ball during n aberration of mind." This is the'third suicide which has oc curred in the ipresent administration, by` gentlemen connected with the Govern ment, namely,, Mr, Throsby, Col. Mills, and now Mr. 13rodie. PrivateSudds died indeed of severi...

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR APRIL, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

LONDON PASHIONS FOR APRIL, 1829. Asuoxosv the dresses for-the evening, -t4eoso of velvet are ,not yet laid aside g. we have seen one of much taste add elegance, finished aown the front of the skirt in the lBavarian style. the robe, itself, is. of black velvet of the sotsgst texture, and hangs beautifully over the' forn. The apparent.petticoat is of black satin ci'os *ed by straps formed of.rouleauu of the.saame material, each ornamented in' the centre as they point downwards, with a gold buckle : rtho front of the. bust sl en guimpe.. and.is fiuished in the same manner as the skirt. Over short sleeves of black velvet are thoseWwhich are, long, consisting of black Japanese gauze, with a very deep gauntlet-cuff, of black satin, ,ind a ro rof gold buttons in bias, on the out side of the wrist. The poplin coloured silks. .nd coloured crape dresses for the ball and evening party have experienced no'change, at present, worth recording; we generally •give ill the novelty in costume in our ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY, Written expressly for the Sydney Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

ORIGINAL POEI'RY, Wf'ritten birpresshy for the Sydney Monitor. " flrhere tyrants rule, and wicked mgen bear sway, " The post f honour is a pjri.ate station !" 1. When Draco fram'd for Athens laws; He, prodigal of life, decreed, That all, who swerved from virtue's cause, * Should, with remorseless rigor, bleed I 2. Alike, on every grade of crime, The penalty of death ensuel ;. And hence, 'twas saiid, in olden time, That braco wrote his laws in blood I 3. Thus Justice, unrelenting, held An iron empire o'er mankind; While-mercy, from our earth expelWd, To heav'n her angel form confin'd, .4. Then Solon rose, to whom was given A mind, with godlike wisdom stor'd, Who woo'd the fugitive from heaven, To blunt her rigid sister's sword. He fix'd for crimes ofevdry die, Error or guilt commits beneath, Their graduated penalty, And murder only suflfer'd death. 6. Ith ! might the Salamidian sage Revive his legislative plan.! And, in this sanguinary ago, More mercy teach from man to man ! 7. * The...

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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

THURfSDAY'S MARKEI?T. The Market was well supplied this morning, - awid garden and dairy produce appeared to meet a ready sale. Auerage Prices.-Wheat 12s. per bushel. Maize 5s. to 5s. Gd. Barley none. Oats none. ;Ha; y ~3 per ton. Straw, l1 1is. per load. Dairy Producc.-Salt Butter Is. to Is. Gd. per lb.. Fresh do. Is. 9d. to.2s. 3d. Eggs le.64.to. 2s. 3d. per dozen. Fowls 3s. 6d. to 5s. per. couple. Geese i2s. to 14s. Daicks es. to-8s. Turkies 14s. to 16s. Roasting pigs,' 4s. 6d. to. 6s. each. Vegetables.-Potatoes, Ps. to 12s. per cwt. Tur nips 2f cd. per bunch. Canliflowers, 3d. to 6d. each. Carrots 41d. per bunch. Cabbages 1#. 2d. per do..

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.*-Pegr 00; Hiu Dixon................ | +.:. Cooper .............. 26. 4 Barker .............I 6- 23 Darling Mills ......,.I 26 3 ' Girard .?2 2 .6', 25 •

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FORI 1,'4A,' OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. Beef, per.lb..pr joint .......... 2d.- & 0 S Mutton, do. do................. .1ad'&4 0" Pork do, .................... :....; . ?"i' "0 r'. '6' Beef, per quarter, porlb.......... ...".:. ' >i*, r Pork, per carcass, per lb....... ..;. . .. :??' Broad, per 2lb.loaf .......... ....?;.. Butter, per. lb. ealt ls.. d:. freshi ... : 6 Cheese, do. from 8d to ....::::V. -? :3 Tea, Hyson do.. .@.......... . r ,5 . Open Green do. .. .;.2:.....6 ..'. 2, _6 MoistSugars do. ......i , r. €.. . 0}: Si Foreign 'tobacco, do. * ... .. .'.*. ..... 3 `.0 West India Rum per gallo;0. i.....0~.0'. 06 Holinada, . do. ..; ....... : 14 :. 3 randy, do. .....+.....15. t:, C pe White Wine, do.. ...4...0.. ..4 0? Sherry or Madeira, do. ...6s. 6d. to D .0 English Brown Soap, per lb. ..... ; .. Macki'sa (as good as English) only!!.:'; '0' 3" Colonial Mould Candles, do. ..... .... 0 9'

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TO THE REV. RALPH MANSFIELD. Editor of the Sydney Gazette. Sydney, Aug. 11 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

TO THE 1REV. RALPII MANSFIELD, E itor of the sedNey Gazette. . Sir, ydney, Aug. 11 1529, You formrely accnsed ine of having institut ed at nlaliinant proseenution. The issue of the crimnial trial which will in due time take place on account of my exertions to promote Publie iustice, will shew how far you were jlstifie; in using this language towards me. In your Journal of this morning you state, that a para graph of mine is to be made matter of pro. cecciint!s in a Court of Justice,:ansd then you immediately prejndge the case. .Vere'youl an ignorant man, or'were you even a blyman such conductin you might find some apology. Bat when it is recollected, that ?,on are a person of,,eltivated understanding, enlightened Iy the studies paeculiar to 'lthe Christian Ministry, such conduct in. you seems unaccountable, e.'cept upon o)ae 'sppo4uion. I deny, however, that I have accused the gentleapan, you allude to of sweidlisg. I do 'not think the act I alluded to was a swindhling act. It was.a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

BIRTH.-On Saturday last, the 8th instant,     in York-street, the Lady of Captain ROBI- SON, New South Wales Corps, of a son. BIRTH.-At Port Stephens, on the 20th of     July last, the lady of Lieutenant BATES, 57th Regiment, second daughter of Cap-   tain WELLMAN, same Regiment, of a son. BIRTH.-Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. DE       MESTRE, of a daughter.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

DEATHS.—At his Residence, in Philip-street,       on Saturday morning, the 8th Instant, MR. PATRICK BRODIE, of the Colonial Secretary's Office, in the 27th year of his age ; a Gentle- man, whose strict integrity, and amiable dis- position, had long endeared him to a numer-   ous circle of friends and acquaintances.   At Greenock, on the 11th of March last,     HUGH CRAWFORD, of Hillend, Esq. much   and sincerely regretted by his family, and a numerous circle of friends.   No. 81 George Street Sydney New South Wales, EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED,     BY THE PROPRIETOR,   EDWARD SMITH HALL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

14OTICE 'I) X 7 2.-louvr ittah nixsadt a :i till next week. - ELL'S 's communication will appear, but not vet. 'The tinum?is not yet come. It is an important document however, and he has our thnnks. Advrriisenents sertt to this oqfce, smut apierily un the faqV 'them,n the niuinber of times they are to be' duerttised, otherwise, they Will be conti-' hued until countermanded. We het to inform our ,ubscrilers both in towuu aund 'co;ntrf, thicy must consider the delivery of the ? 'Netspipers gbyies to tMo Post-master in Sydney, as rrearde eur friends up the country, and to our nerws-crrie'rs as regards our-friends-in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively o the onme as if put into their own hands. .Sub sc ribers who d 'inot receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter (post puid,) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the? evil. Bt ut e wilt not be answerable for the delivery of ojur Journal in ar ore effectual main ner, thian thus set forth. Thi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

A writer of a London periodical, has given a description of the original .disa bilities of the Catholics, under Acts of Parliament passed in the reigns of Henry the 8th, Edward the 6th, Elizabeth, and James the 1st. When we consider the people against whom these statutes were directed, and who could scarcely help being Catholics, seeing they were born such, (il we u.ay use such an expression) the ab surdity of these disabilities seems to ex ceed their severity; They were gradually mitigated, till at length, by the late Re lief Bill, England has done what she could to make atonement for three hundred years of religious persecution and intolerance, and of civil tyranny towards a vast body of British subjects, whose only fault con sisted in their not apostatising from the religion of their fathers. "IN ENGLAND this code, 1. Stripped many peers of their hereditary right to sit min Parlin ment-; II. It stripped gentlemen of their right to be chosen Members of the Common's House; III. It ...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 15, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 15, 1829. CAMPBELL TOWN.-The Assizes at Campbell Town afforded infinite satisfac- tion to the worthy inhabitants of that pleasant part of the Colony. The greater part of the population there, is Cathol ic It will be seen, that they excelled in loyal and constitutional feeling on the occasion of .tihe first assizes being. held, in their District since the foundation of the Co. loy. " .It being- upderatood on.. Sunday 'week last, that the, following morning would, usher:in the Judge, about 120 horsepmen, or more; proceeded along~ the Srad :and arran?ged themselves on each -:side; about'ten paces 'a part. -A dozen; of carr?Iges. (Landaus and Gigs) arranged "themeelves in like manner.at equal:dis tances. The towns-people and little far, ;,;mere, assembled at'the entrance of the, vil :lagl "'The Chief Justice was saluted by all t'ihe horsemen seriatim as he passed. Ivc. SForbes "returned the salute to all, and is his barouche went past the ca...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

IN THE SUPREME COURT   NEW SOUTH WALES.     RICHARD PLUMER NEAVE being again duly sworn on the gospels of God, maketh oath and saith, that he lived at Port Macquarie, next door to the house of one ****** ***** ****, a prisoner of the Crown, and saith, that the said **** was a   man of large property, and kept a good table ; and this deponent saith, that Captain Crotty, 39th Re giment, Commandant of the settlement, was inti mate as a friend with the said **** , and used to   converse with him in a familiar friendly way, and used to visit his house several times in each week, and sometimes twice a day, especially in an even ing; and the deponent has seen the said Com mandant come out of the house of the said ****   after being there one or two hours at a time. And this deponent saith, that on or about the ninth of February last year, hte Commandant went into the house of the said ****, about eleven o'clock i...

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TO ADELPHOS—Sub umbra. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

To ADE?PiL*s--Sueb umbra. SIR, You have produced no arguments but those ,heretofore. refuted, nor awarded one. proposi tion that a tyro in Colonial polities would .not solve and turn to your own confusion, Let me canvas the principal allegations of your letter, aud reply to them seristim. " Trial by a Jury of's man's peers, is the birthright,--the boast of an Englishman." Granted s but it ill becomes you Adelphos to gossip about such a privilege, while you have been a secret enemy of all who advocated li beral measures. Did you not s'gn the secret petition, got up by your party amounting to twenty.two, in dirctc opposition to the free Colonists, who craved that boon iu-their petition to Parlil atent 'lave you not Withheld your aid is procuring constitutiopll, rights,and 'redress -sing ptblicigrievances, with one solitalry ex ception, when you were Foreman in digging 'tid pit for your adversary, into which you had nearly tumbled yourself ? You' ivere opposed to the liberal measures )...

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(News by the Sorereign continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

(News by the sorereign conflmsed.) Sir Chliles Wetherall for his unbending In tegrity in opposition to the Catholic Bill, which 'he refused to draw even at the King's request, has been invited to resign. His suecessor it is supposed will he Sir J. Scarlett, if the lat ter does not accpt a place on the, Bench. The MorningChronicle, March 31, men tions, that on the previous Sunday despatchen had been received in Downing-street froti the Governor of New South Wales. We suppose these despatches must have gone by the BJod ding tons or the WIYanstad, H.' M. Ship 4riadne (28 guns) sailed from 'Portsmouth the 28th qf'March for the chops of the channel to the relief of homeward ships j easterly winds having prevailed for upwards of elvensn week I These: winds account for the great delay on their passage of the ships which left this Colony since Juno twelvemonth for England. TuB House of Assembly In Lower Ca nada has expelled Mr. RonBnn CuHnitTIE one of its Members, on a charge. of having, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

iOra & *ndtrttincrttal aonctrt, ROYAL iHOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOMS. f'i?HE Public are respectfully infbrmed, '..: that the FIRST CONCERT will take Pi?ie on Thursday, the 90th Instant. chdket and Bills of Particulars to be had at the -Bar of the ROYAL HOTEL. S ,?dn'ey, August 8th, 182. ' ON SALE , 4 B t: INCH's- NO. 14, PrrP'r FttEz '. .g EST superfine saxon-blue, black, .i: brown, and bottle green cloths e''ine Irish linens SDiaper clothes 8 by 12 qr. 7 qr. and 6 qr. Ditto napkins, -Saperinhe eteem loom shirting .?iure4 nd plain thread nets t ahýid 5Idce and edgings Lace Cbllars ' Alajrge end elegant assortment of Orpb di Naples silks of coloiurs, tichisarcenets Ladies' leghorn hats and ponnets, coarse and fine straw ditto PhPii?oals and umbrellas, C ,entlemen's blick stocks SBest London made waistcoats -Calico and long-cloth shirts, Coloulred and Cambric handkerchiefs. I Ducth and Nankeen trowsers .Indian bed-furniture, large patterns,': India prints Aind a large assortment of. ot...

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OFFICERS OF THE LORD LIEUTENANTS OF IRELAND'S HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

OFFICERS OF THE LORD LIEUTENANTS OF IRELAND'S HOUSEHOLD. [From the Dublin Gazette of Saturday, AMarch 21.] ])unLxN CAnTLE, MARnci 6.--is Grace the Lord Lieutenant hna been pleased to make the following Appointments :-. Private secrctary.-fIevcrcnd Archdeacon Singleton. state S.teward.-Lord Prudho. State Comptrollr.-l-Honourablo C. Bertic Percy. Camberlain.--Sir G. Rich, Knt. Gentlemen Usher and Master if the Cere mnonie."-Sir Stewart Bruce, Bart. Masterb of the Horse.-Honourable W. Gore. Gentlemen of the Bledchlabeer..-Hon. Capt. Josceline Percy, It. N,; Anthony Sterling, Esq. 24th Regat. G*entleme. at Iar'ge.-Anneeley Gore, Esq.; R. A. Franklyn. Esq.i George L'Estrange, Esq; John Askilson. E?1.. Pages.--Mesars. T. Vignolles, li. Hill, T. Sewell,---Stepney. Physician Etlraordinar/.--Dr. Scudamore. Captain of the Yic?l."--Hon. Captain`Jos coline Percy. Aides-de C'amp.-Lleutenant-Colonei Hugh Percy,Davison, H. P. 5th W. I. Regiinent; Captain Arthur Wellesley, Rifle Brigade . Lieutonan...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 August 1829

bl)fppt)ig ntdlgentt. Arrivals.-On Monday the Afary Elizabeth from' New,*astle, with coals for Govt. and the Dart brig, Hind 4on Master, frOm Tongataboo, with Cocoa-nut oil and pork.-On Tu'sday, the brig Faith from London, sailed 25th. March.-On Wednesday, the Lord Liverpool from Ncwcastle.-On Thursday' the Liborty from Newcastle. Departures.-On Sunday, the Elitabeth for Port Dalrymple, and Lord Liverpool for Newcastle. Projected Departures.--The. Minerva for the Sp:rm Fishery, the Isabella for Norfolk Island, Lord Liverpool for Newcastle, this- day.-The ,onia for Swan Rircr, the Waterloo for Moreton Bay, the St. George and Triton for Batavia, to morrow; the Volusia for New Zealand, and Dragons for the Islo of France via Timor, on,the 18th. last.,

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