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

NEW ADVERTISEm NTS OF THIS WEEK. SKEL TON op Government Orders, Notices, 8Sc. IN TUESDAY'S, TIURSDAYS', AND THIS DAY'S GAZITITE. Notice 14th iastant.-Coals at Newcastle reduced to.s. a tan. :- Do. same ~fate.--.Mr. Allman to be clerk to the rbench of Magistrates, and G. Hayes and J. Now laind to he C(,rrtabhl'. Ordeer 8t1 i.,st.it.-t'aptiuais Autha and Walpole to be Justices of the Peace, and Superintendents of Police, at Vallis's P'lains and Penrith-(nmore soldier Justices on full pay to administer the laws ! happy Colony ! Captain Aubin however is well likedl.) 1Do. 7t/ iaftnaut.-I-ing dollars and dumps to go out of circulation after the 30th of September. Titus are the King's instruction for aBrttish coin circulation at length obeyed, after three years consideration !, Thus after three years are the poor Settlers and the lower classes, delivered out of the hands of Jewish dealers in two kinds of money ! Shrcis Notices. Lusk vs. Browne the ISth instant. Cooper vr. Kelly the 20th i...

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

"Among the various liublie improvements ;n the ton i of Sydney, which we have heard tproposed and cinvassed, few have appeared to us'more feaC sible than that'-of a ,\larine Regitry Oflice, for the entry of the names of eamoen out of employment, and of porters and laiourers working at the public wharfs. Mlany inportnut advantages would result from" such an e.tahlishmnent, which might Iie coin ducted with very little trouble and expense. We reconmmend those who have the subject in contenfplition to persevere in. their en deavours to bring it into operation " a'uxette. " The expediency of appointing T'icket Pr ters has been thought of some time, and we dcoult not the Legislative Council M\ill take it into their curliest consideration, and may probably combine with it the prupoition for an otlice of registry." Sydtnw Gazette. This is very good. But we hope the new Ticket porters will not he allowed a mono poly of the trade. Let, others writhout tickets be allowed to get their bread, if...

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

.'-- . _- SIozncestic tIlt4Ifi (nc. Tas it true that a staunch boat, named the Pickpoket, built at Port Macquarie by pri soners of the Crown, and with government materials, was sent down freight free about 18 months ago in a Government vessel, to Mr. . S Wright, late Captain il the Bufft,.nojv Police Magistrate at Newcastle ? Did he ap. propriate the boat ? or if not, whilt became of her? D id Mr. Neave buy a boat and pay or it, and has ,the present Commandant, Capt. Smith, 39th, brother-in-law of Capt. Crotty, 39th, refused to allow him to take it away, while at the same timu hie refuses to return him his money ? We have received the Atlas newspaper of twice the usual size. This paper contidins at good length the speeches on the Catholic Questiono. It is four times the size of the Sydney Afoniter, and when folded makes 32 pages equal in size to the paiKes of Bell'Ye Weekly Messenger. As it Swas esteemed a cilrloasity in London when published, as exhi. libiting a striking specimea o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 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, (ii we ir.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 fur 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, T.Stripped many peers, of their hereditary right to sit in Parlia ment ; II. It stripped gentlemen of their right to be chosen Members of the Common's Houseo ; Ill. It...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

SMEMuORANDLM FOi\ TUE ENSUING WERK. H7Fighii Water, 30 m. p. 9 uiorlt.-a i in. p. ) lt. .tjjigh jit~ter. 6 nt p. 1Qmioi'r. -'25 tit. p. 10 tit. :j HigIWater.45 tn..p. 10'iomrn;-11_nigcht. Bj High Wit" r, 16 in p. 11 iiinrn.--3. 5 in..rp.1 I n *~I'lieli Water, 29 in. p. 12 turun.-46 in. p. 2 a dalet' O Aruc"rr n f A~nfnff. *P1 )*. n. II nirtth v.. I.·r'·I ..ý :1ýbt'; IJ nl. L). i 5t1 ) Tr· -5i) in. p.2, Ltt u1 Sun rases, 30 in. p. 6-sets 30 in. p. 5. Becbhl~ ;kt ctrolaglogica Cable. VARIATIONS OF TU~eRNOMIETtR, &C. &C. TARKN AT 9 IN *rniL MauRNINO, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN frtie EVENING iiE8I'EACTZVE.Y. SATURDAY ... 56'0 58 S W; 'Clnitdy. SuNDAY .....5 (i1 59 AW. & N. Clear. MONDAY .... 5! 1tU2 "19,W. &N. E.i1)o. " A rDYU-. sireniY s 1586;, 164;N. E. ,o 'JflURSDAY .. 56 ;4'1IN. W. , FazD.rx .... 58 6i67iW;t\'. &N1.W.'Du. Hightcat temperature 68'

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

To Tan EDrroa olvr SvNzeV Mosrtron. Sin, I confess myself for one, to have been much pleased since my arrival, with 3our fearless comments on the actions of those in authority; and which can only be exposed and checked through the medium of the pL.b lic 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 frequently exercised, it would* prevent much misconduct on the part of persons in ofice; nor would so much pa...

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SHAM POST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. Corrabean, August 4th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

SHAM POST. To Tuo EzDTon or sunU SYDNEY MONITOR. Corrabtan, duguat 4th, 1829. Sin, Having . subscribed to your paper ever since my being in the Colony, with a view of sending it to -England, "I am sorry to say. I must decline to continua taking it after this quarter expires, as my papers never come to hand until they are one or two months old then Illavo three or four at once, Tho last time before this they were two months old; this time I received four, one for the 6th of June, and 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 two partiesit 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 the Lambton, be...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

To rnur Dtron or THu SYmnar MONITOR. Having accidentally got a sight of the Syd. ney Gazette of the 4th instant, (being no sub scerber 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, a!tho' subsequently restored to all their rights anti privileges without ex ception, under absolute pardons or eman cipations s by virtue of several acts of Parlia meat i and notwithstanding that they possess grants of land in their own right from the crown, to a great extent, and free of embar rassment t and their conveyances of such property and all...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

IAp Inquest was l?el4l on Saturday, at the Rose " and Crown. Inn, Castlreagh Street, on. the body of. Mr.'- .---,. ,helonging, to the 'Colonial Secretary's Office, who put a period to his' existence on the mnornitg of the same day., It appeared in evidence that the de ceased had been in a despondling state for the last five weeks, in consequeince, as he stated, of a young man lately arrived fromn England : ing placed over his head in the oflice, with an increase of salary, althourlh he.had been there nearly 4 years. Dr. Iitchell's certifi. ente was read, whiich stated, that the deceased had destroyed himself with a pistol, anud that the ball hadi lodged in the brain. The jury being perfectly satisfiedl, returned a verdict, " destroved himself with a pistol-ball during an aberratioq of mind." This is the third suicide which has oc :eurred in the present administration, by gentlemen connected with the Govern m ent, namely, Mr. 'Thrushy, Col. Mills, and now Mr. Brodie. Private Sudlis d...

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR APRIL, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

LONDON FASHIONS FOR APRIIL, 1829. AMoNoes the dresses for the evening, those of velvet are not yet laid aside a we have seen one of much taste and elegance, flnished down the front of the skirt in the Bavarian style: the robe, itself, Is of black velvet of the sottest texture, and hangs beautifully over the form. The apparent petticoat is of black satin cros. sed by straps formed of rouleaus of the same material, each ornamented in the centre as they point downwards, with a gold buckle: the front of the bust Is en guimpe, and is finished in the same manner as the skirt. Over short sleeves of black velvet are those which are long, consisting of black Japanese gaqze, with a very deep gauntlet-cuff, of black satin, and a row of gold buttons in bias, on the out. side of the wrist. The poplin coloured silks, and coloured crape dresses for the ball and evening purtylave:"an~ ettenecd'iaw chanigev;ark' present, worth recording a we generally give all the novelty in costume in our engraving...

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ORIGINAL POETRY, Written expressly for the Sydney Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

ORIGINAL POETRY, ' Wriitten expressly for the.Sydrey Mlonitor. "C Where t/rtrnts rule, and wicked nzen bear sway, " The port of honor is a private statlioan !" Maw When Draco fram'd for Athens laws;. He, prodigpl of life, decreed, That al, who swerved from vitue's cause, Should, with remorseless rigor, bleed L. 2. Alike, oh every grade of crime, The penalty of death ensuedl ; And hence, 'twas said, in olden time, That Draco wrote his laws in blood ! 3. Thus Justice, unrelenting, held An iron empire o'er mankind ; While mercy, from our earth expel'd,. To heav'n her angel form confia'd, 4. When 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. 5. Hie fix'd for crhnes of every die, Error or guilt commits beneath, 'Their graduated penalty, And murder only suffer'd death. Oh I might the Salaminlan sage Revive his legislative plan I And, in this sanguinary-agc, *. More mercy teach from anan to man I 7. ...

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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

THURSDAY'S MARKEIT. The Market was well supplied this morning, azd garden and dairy produce appeared to rmert t' ready sale. Average Prices.-Wheat 12s. per bushel. Maise 5s. to 5s. tid. Barley node. Oats none. Iay £5 per ton, Straw, £1 10s. per load. Dairy Produce.-Salt Flutter Is. to Is. 6d per lh. Fresh do. Is. 9d. to 2s. 3d. Eggs Is. 6d. td 2s. 3d. per dozen. Powls 3u. 6d. to 5s, per couple. Geese 12s. to 14s Ducks 7. to 8sj Turkies 14s. to 16s. Roasting pigs, 4s, 6d. l 6s. each. Vegetables.-Potatoes, 9s. to 12s. per cwt. ' Ttr nips 2 d. per bunch. Cauliflowers 3d. to dd,. each. Carrots 4jd. pet bunch. Cabbages e,% 2d. per doz.,.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

.4rrvuals.-On Monday the :Mary Elizabethl. from 'ew astlc, with coals for Govt. and the Dart brig, Hid inn Master, from Tongataboo, with Cocoa-nut oil and pork.--On Tur aday, the brig FlthA from London, sailed 25th. March.-On Wednesday, the Lord Liverpool from Newcastle.--O Thuirsdiy, the Liborty from Newcastle. Departures.-On Sunday, the Elizabeth for.IPort Dalrymple, and Lord Liverpool for Newcastle. Projected Departures.-The Milinerva for the EpDrm Fishery, the Isabella for Norfolk Island, Lord Liverpool for Newcastle, this day.-The Ionia for Swan River, the Waterloo for Moreton Bay, the St. George and Triton for Batavia, to morrow ; the Voluasa for N..w Zealand, and Dragou for the Isle of France via T'l'imor. on the i8th, lJst.

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

STERLING PRICES OP PILOPUR.-Por 100 lby, Dixon................ G?. 24*., Cooper ............. | 26 s Barkor ............. . I " I Darlipg Mills ......, 2. | r aLd............ i '

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MARKET (CURRENCY) PRICES FOR CASH, OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

MARKET (CUJRRENCY) PRICIES' POl' C0448a .. OF THE. FOLLOWING ARTICLES. Beef, per lb. per joint...?..... .2 d. & 0.' $;., Mu ton, dn. do.......... .- 3d, & 0:' Pork, d" ................... ....O;.` ,. RBef, per qnarter, per lb... ..: . ; : 0 Pork, per carrass, per lb.... .;'.....:.. 6' Broad, per 21b.lntnf.. .... ?. . :..r. Butter, per. lb. salt Is. 6d. treai. .. ..~ ? Cheese, do. from Sd to. ":..?.:7 3"'..?'101 Tl a, H-lyson do. ...........':.;.;'... s .: a... ° Open Grecn .do. . .... ...'... '. 6 Moist Sugarn do. ,0r... ...-. .. * Forcirn 'obacco, do. .. ...: ....;...;.3 ' West'lndia lRum per gallob.....'....... 0 ? Ilollanda, do. '."....:,..14 '.8 Brandy, do. , .;.. ...".:..45 . C pe White Win., do ....... . 4 Sh.rry or Madelri, do. . 6a.C d. to Engiitsh Brown soep, per lb. .. ...... 4 Macki 's (an good an Englihb) only .... O ' 3. Colonil Mvlould Candles, do. .. .'.o.., 6. 9?

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TO THE REV. RALPH MANSFIELD, Editor of the Sydney Gazette. Sydney, Aug. 11 1829 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

TO THE REV. RALPH MANSFIELD, E itor of the SydNeyq Gazette. Sir, Sydney, Aug. 11 1829k You formrely accused min of having institut Sed a malignant prosecution. The issue of the eriianial trial which will in due time take place on account of rnv exertions to promote Pul,lic iustice, will shew how far you were justified in using this laaguae towards me. In your Journal of this morning you state, that a par-s. graph of mine is to he, made -.matter of pio ceedings in a Court of Justice, and then you immnediately prejudge the case. Were y'on an ignorant man, or were you even a layman, such cnnduct in you might find some 'apo!ogy. But when it is recollected, that you are a person of cultivated understanding, enlightened by the studies peculiar to..the Christian Ministry, such conduct in you seems unaccountable, e.'cept upon one suppozition. I deny, however, that I have accused the gentleman, you allude to of swind'ling. I do not think the act I alluded to was a swindling act. It was an ac...

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IN THE SUPREME COURT, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

IN TUINSUPREMB' COURT,1, New SourT WALn., I . RlcuAnu PLUMtER NAVE' being agarh'dulyf awarn on the gospels of God, mnaketh ,.oith and suaili, that'hie filed at Port Mncqunrta, next door to tie house of one *o0e0e r*.*" "e "," a prisoner of the (.vcwn, nnal esnth, that the aald',Po''wal a man of large property, and kept A goor) table and this deponent snith, that Captain C'rotty, 30th Rel gimexdt, Commandant of the settlement, was Inti Omate as a friend with the said **A eand used to converso with him in a familiar friendly' way, and saed to vlsitbhis housoe svernl times in each week, and eolbetuiee twice a day, cepeclallyl i an even lag; s and tbl deponernt ha s.Mn thhe >a mandant come out of the bhoes Of the said after being there one or two housaatia timet this deponent saith, that on or ahout the ah February last year, the Commandant wentlia house of the suidt.***, abeunt.eleven o'el the forenoon, and about twelre,.he said s,, formed this deponent he had Iin?* robbed of stuffe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

DEATH.-At his Residence, in Philip-street, on   Saturday morning, the 8th Instant, MR. PAT- RICK BRODIN, of the Colonial Secretary's Off- ice, in the 27th year of his age ; a Gentleman, whose strict integrity, and amiable disposi- tion, had long endeared him to a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. DEATH.-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 — 17 August 1829

~iOTICE TO X Y Z.-Your t'ttde camot come in till next week. ELL:S'S coinmmunication will appear, but net yet. Th'e time in not yet come. it is an. importt.at clor1n.u'nr 1, -eve;r. and he has :ur thbncqs. . cdveri snents fserto tins iftcc, ant pecil/ on the tacr of them, the ntunoter of times they are to be'' adnerti*ed, otherwise, tkey will be cunti nued unltis euteenajndrd. • , pe hR` to informn our Subscrifer' bfith in . touu qt'd .?? :; t ry,?t?ey must son ,ider the delivery ofthice ? r'c, pdtprr.i by uts to theo I'ot-mnastcr in Sydnvy, s regrards .ur'friendts up the country, and to our nrus-carriers as regards our' friends in Towun, a a/idl. deliveey to therm in lato reqiectiretly the :alme as if put into their;owin hndrls.' Sub -itribers who do not recdi.e their papers regularly, are r ru.-vted to complain to us by letter (pvot prid) and, as fr as w' can, we will remedy the evil. Ilul ne vil. not be answerable for the dlivery'o/' oar .Joaural in a mwore e/fectual maun ane, dha...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 15, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

SATUtRDAY AFTERINON, AUGUST 15, 1S29. CAMPsiL Town.-The Assizes ut Campbell Town afforded infinite s~aisfac. tion' to. the worthy inhabitants- of that pleasant part of the Colony. The greater part of the population there, is Cathu! ie I? t will be seen, that they excelled in loyal aud,mconstitutional feeling on the occasion of . the. first assizes being h'tld in their District since the fouindatiodn of the Co-' lony. It being understood on Sunday :wedeklast,' that the folio wing mornping would'.ushbr -in the. Judge, about ,120. i irseingn, or more. proceeded along the road,. and arranged themselves on each side, about ten paces a part. A dozen of c'arriages (Landaus and Gigs) arranged theniselves in like manner at equal dis tancei. Tlie towns-people and .little far . ners, assembled at the erntrance of the t.il lage. ''tie Chief Justice was saluted.by dll. the horsemen seriatim as he'passed. M' r. Forbes returnred the salute to .all,, and aiu his barouche wvent past the carriages an...

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