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TO ADELP[?]OS—Sub umbra. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

To ADELros-S-ub umbra.. Stn, You have produced no arguments but those heretofore refuted, nor awarded one proposi tion that a tyro in Coloplal polities would not solve and turn to your own confusion. Let me canvas the principal allegations of your letter, and reply to them seriatim. *'Trial by a Jury of a man's peers, is the birthright,--the boast of an Englishman." Granted t but it ill becomes you Adelphos to gossip habout such a privilege, while you have been a 'secret enemy of all who adrocatcd li. beral measures. Did you not s'gn the secret petition, got up by your party amountiug to twenty-two, in direct opposition to the free Colonists, who craved that boon in their petition to Parlia ment? Have you not withheld your aid in procuring cinstitutional rights and ir~dress sing public grievances, with one solitary ex. ception, when you were Foreman in digging the pit for your adversary, into which you had nearly tumbled yourself? You were opposed to the liberal measures of Governor...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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(News by the Sovereign continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

(News by ikeSorreighs contdfeed.) Sir Charles Wetherall for his unbending ia tegrity in opposition to the Catholic Bill, which he refused to draw even at th® King'a requeast has been invited to resign. His successor it is supposed will be Sir J. Scarlett, if the lat. ter does not acept a place on the Bench. The Morning Chronicle, March 31, men tions, that on the previous Sunday despatches had been received in Downing-street from the Governor of New South Wales. We suppose these despatches must have gone by the Bld dinglons or the I anar?ad. H. M. Ship Ariadno (28 guns) galled from Portsmouth the 28th Qf March for the chops of the channel to the relief of homeward ships ; easterly winds having prevailed for upwards of eleven weeks I These: winds acecount for the great delay on their passage of the ships which left this Colony since June twelvemonth for England. Tnr House of Assembly in Lower Ca. noda has expelled Mr. Ronnor CuanhsTn one of its Membere, on a charge, of having, while a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

Ioal & Inotrumnentatl toncert, IoYAL HOT&L ASSEMBI3 ROOMS. EiB PEblic are reepeetfi'tly informed, "that the FIRST CONCERT will take nlaco on.- hbursday, the '2oth Instant. p'icketsa nd Bills of Particr dare to be had ti The?i Bar of the RoYs.L I oTn,.L ~ Sydney, August 8th, 181to. ON SA.LE =T OSEPH INCII'S NO. 14, PITT TREMT. SI ;ST euperfine . eaaon-blue, black, I .brown, and bottle green. clothe Finae Irish linens Siaper clothes 8 By I1 qr. 7. qr. and 6 qr. .itto napkins. aSuperfine steem loom shirting SFtigure ?gnd plain thread nets SThread"5ce and edgings Lace't bllars A,large and elegant assortment of Gros R a Naples silks of colours, Rich earcenets Ladies' leghorn hats and bonnets, coarse and fine straw ditto Parasols and umbrellas, Gentlemen's black stocks Beat London made waisteoats Qliico and long-cloth shirts, Coloured and Cambric handkerchiefs, Duck and Nankeen trowsera Indian bed-furniture, large patterns, India prints And a large assortment of other good...

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OFFICERS OF THE LORD LIEUTENANTS OF IRELAND'S HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

OFFICERS OP TIlE LORD L!ULUTIRNANTS OF IREL.AND'S HOUSEHIOILD. tFrom tAe Dublin Garotte of Saturday, JtfantA21.] D)ULIN CAOTLit, MATOu 6.--Iia Orace tho Lord Lieutenant has been pleaned to make the followingl Appointmentto:- P'rioulo Secretary.--lRveren(1 Ar chonaon Singleton. State Steard.--Lord Prudlo. State Cwnptrollcr.-IIonourablo C. Ilertic CPtarcj lai.--Sir 0. fich, Tint. * Gentlemen Usher ond Alastar if tto Care. inonieus---Sir Stewart Bruce, Buart. Moater oftio Ilorae.--Ilonourable W. Gore. Gentlemcn of thw el dcmliamcr.-- uon. Capt. Joaccline Pehrcy, 11. N.; AInthony Stox1iui, Beq. 24tb Jicgt. GernaIrwn e9 far sq.--Anneeley Gore, Es ;.. R. A. Franklyn, Baq. (Georgo L'Eusrange, IEaqe John Atkinson. Esq. Pager.-lMesre. ' T. Vignolles, II. tiill, T. Sewell,-Steop ny. Physician Eotraordinury.--Dr. Scnduamre. Captain of tAe Yatch.-Hun. Captain Jos celina I'ercy. Aides-do Camnp.-Lleutehant-Colonel Hugh Percy Davison, H. P. 5th W. I. Rlgiment; Captain Arthur Welleloy, Rifle Biigad...

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

---- Domestic Intelligence.   Is it true that a staunch boat, named the Pickpocket, 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 in the Buffs, now Police Magistrate at Newcastle ? Did he ap- propriate the boat ? or if not, what became of her? Did 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 time he refuses to return him his money ? We have received the Atlas newspaper of twice the usual size. This paper contains at good length the speeches on the Catholic Question. It is four times the size of the ilydney Monitor, and wMen folded makes 32 pWges equal in size to the pages of Bell's Weekly Messenger. As it was esteemed a curiosity in London when published, as exhi biting a striking specimen of the pe...

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

Among the various public 'mprovementj in the town of Syd?vev, wh:ch we have heard oropoted and canvas-ed, few have appeared to us more, feasible than thyvt Of a Marine. Regiatry Office, for the. entry of the. names of +eamen out of emnployu:ent, 'and of pttecrs and labourers wo'king at the public wharfs, ,aliny imnportant advantages woull result from such an establishment, which might be con. :lucted with very liitle trouble and expense. We reconaendl thase who have the subject in c.ontemnplatiou to persevere in .their en. dravours to bring it into operation " fazettd. " The expediuucy of appointing Ticket Pr.' trs l?as been thought .of soume time, and we doubt not the Legislative Council will take it into their ntrliest considlration, antd may probably coobiuti w it the proposition for an office of registry " Syitney Gazette. This is very good. But we hope the new ficket porters will' not be allowed a mouo poly of tAe trade. Let others withwut icketsa. tee allouad to get thliir bre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 August 1829

OF THIS WEEK. or .Government Orders, Notices, 8sc. IN TUESDAY'S, THURSDAYS', AND THIS . DAY'S GAZET'E. Notice 14th instant.--Cbals at Newcastle reduced io 8s. a ton. Do. same date.--Mbr. Allman to be 'clerk to the bench of Magistrates, and G. Hayes and J. Now land to be Consrtables. order t No i !sthat.-Capptus AubiW and me Lipole to be Justices of the Peace, and Superintend..n:s of Police, at Wallis's Plains and Penrith--(more soldier EIstices on f-il pay to administer the law I Hppy Colony I Captain Aubin however is well liked.) Do. 7th instant.--Rin dollars and dumps to go out of circulation after the 30th of September. Thus are the King's instruction for a British coin circulation at length obeyed, after three years consideration I 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 ! Sheriýs Notices. Lusk its. Browne the 18th instant. Cooper vs. Kelly the 20th instant. Conaer and Levey vs. Sturge...

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

BIRTHS.     On Saturday last, the 8th instant, in York- street, the Lady of Captain ROBISON, New South Wales Corps, of a son. At Port Stephens, on the 20th of July last, the lady of Lieutenant BATES, 57th Regi- ment, second daughter of Captain WELL- MAN, same Regiment, of a son. Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. DE MESTRE,       of a daughter.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

To THE EDITOR OF THE Srn~it. MoNTron Stn, Tuesday's Gazette has informed, us that a second Address has been presented" to His Excellency the Governor: hut the Editor (afraid perhaps of the Snpreme Court) has not ventured to give insertion to this prodUtc. tion of the Gentlemen Settlers of Hunter's River. I happen to know some of the gentle. men of the Rivier Hunter. I have heard sines of the Subscribers of the gross libel express themselves in language as warm as that. which the Rev. Newspaper-man states the Address was couched in, condemnatorJ of the Adminis tration of General Darling. What a pity it is that His Excellency should be led astray by the treachery of men calling themselves his friends? who, if Jack Ketch himself were ves ted with power and p$,tronage, would'htill dkun. tinue place-hunters and land-hunters, at the expense of truth and honour ? Think you Sir, if Mr. W?*.*'**s or Doctor W*o***a were appointed Governor to.nior row, the persons who have signed the two Ad dr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

To T"HlP ED.TOR OF THE SVDNRY, MONITOR SIR, When the Brig Hind1 arrived, the whole of the extra Tide.waiters'were off duty; but in. stead bf the senior of some years standing. one of eight months was placed on board, to the great detriment of his seniors. Again, it was been customary for 'some months to dispense with the attendance of Tide waiters on board prison ships; but when 'he Sovereign arrived, the old custom was again renewed, but lo I the youngest off duty was again placed on. board I ' I think Sir if these ciretmstances were known to the Head of the Customs, the old .quitable practice of the DepartmPnt as to Tide-waiters, would e '" RESUMED " I remain. Sir, y;our most obedient Servant, SAIR-PLAY. Sydney, August 1 7th, 1829. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

dvermisemenýr sent toE td.dAý e, msnst sped/,y or., the face of t4mn,'tie'sunmber oPtiines tle.y are to be advertised, otherwise, they will e -conti isued until'cousntermanded. Wie beg to iS rmn: oirnSubscribers both. tri town and country, theuymust consider the deli ery of the Newspapers by us to tho Post-mna.er in Sydtneyu ' as regards our friend?s up the country, and to our news-carriers as rcgards our frienlls in Town, a valid - delivery. to them in lite respectively ; the sane as if put into their own Antds. Sub •acri bers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter (post paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy theI evil. But we. wil':not .be answesable fibr they Sdelivery of our Juurnal in a mor eqfccitual man Ster, than thus set forth. ': is is s the 'condition on uwhick we. sell our' Journal, and of which wer hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice, .'o Letters' will betakenn'in ir'the S~ydney JIo nitor Ofice, unless pos...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

ZIARRY, "iEMORANDU? M FOR THI EN6SilNO WE~iK. I High VWater 30 m. p. 2 moni.- 6 in. p. 3 aft. High Water, 33 In. p.3 mn 5 in. p.4 aft. High Water, 36 m: p. 4 morn.-8 In. p. 5 ev. SJ High Water, 46 nt. : 6 morn.-20 min. p. 7 ev. -Z-. f Hien Water. 41 tn. n, 7 mnoru.-8 night. S1 Isg *lVater, 30 io.. p. b1nrOin.-?54 im. p. 8 ut. to New Moon, 7.in the evening. I Sun rises, 23 m. p. 6-scts 37 m. p. 5. tcctklp ;ltcarological G able. '??RIATIONS OP THIIErMOMETER, "'. &C. TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MOnNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THiE EVGNINO RESPIECTIVEI.Y. SATURvnAY ... 54,72 GIW. & N.)V. Cloudy. qSUNDAY ,'... 6872.69 N. W.:. : tler. MONDAY u .... 7082 79 N . I)o. TUESDA.... 6974 70 N.W. & W. Squally. VEDNEsoAY X68 75 69S.W & N.V Do. T1nURSDAY .. 676,70,S.W & N, Do. ,PUDAY .... 65J72,68,W. & N.E. Do. -Highest temperature 82. The hot winds hare commenced.

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STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

STERLING'PRiCES "OU FLOUR.,n-;. 100 ibm; Dixon ............. 9G2 2. Conopr ..,......... . 26 24 i3arker . 26 Darling M&ill .$6 11 Gimrrd .6,. 6 * " At D aý!@bj `ý.ýls ' iý 74,; ý 'i, .p :

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. THE MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. STIE l MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. For some days past the Times news paper has. been hinting mysteriously at certain secret circumstances, and threaten. ing fearful disclosures, which we refrained from noticing until further statements of a more clear and explanatory nature should appear. Such statements are now likely to be submitted to the public, and we therefore insert the paragraphs that have -been published en both sides, in order that our readers may be put in possession of all the prefatory rumours asto the dark history which may probably be shortly developed. We, of course, offer no com menat or opinion. Times. * We must again urge, by every thing that is sacred, the departure of a certain person. The mischief which he might have done crea. tes an. apprehension of the mischief which he may do. It is true he must be checked by disclosures; but, then, what a scene for the British nation !-for any Christain nation ! If the mischief he not done, the bankers, res pe...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

One of the descendants of the Peverills (see Scott's Peverill of the Peak) is now living at the Gloucester Hotel in this town in the capacity of waiter. He last week received his first yearly payment of a pen s on bestowed by the gratitude of King~, Charles on his family. This pension his" f.llen to him by the recent death oF'r relative at Eastbourne.- Brijitlon Guar dian.

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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

THMURSDAY"S MARKET, The Market was wall supplit' this week, sad? every thing appenrced to sellbrieskly. Potetoe?a and Hay obtained a considefable rise ;=pthb artitlas remained stationary. .dverage Prices of Grain,-Whent 12s. per butsheL Maize 4s. Gd. to 5s. Oats none. Barley none. Hay £10 to £13 por ton, Straw, £1 10s. peer load. Da'ry Producc.-Salt Butter id,. to. Is; Id. per lb. Fresh do. Is. Gd. to 2s. Id. ·Igs la.6td'to 2N. per dozen,. Fowld'4u. to 5iis per couple. Turkies 7s. to 10a, Gocao 1toa. Roaoting pigeI 50. each. VPgetaralcs.-Potntoe6, 12s. to ?ad. perf "civ.. Can-. Jiflners 4d,; to 6d. each. Turnips lid. per' bunch. Carrots 21d. per'bitlch; SGhMloa i d. per bunch:

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

Slbfpping i ntrlligtntt. Arrivals.---On Tuesday . the Amerutra, *withl 69' male prisnners; seven prisoners and onie of the' guaril died on the passage ,of the m3easles. Sur-' geon-Superintendent, Alex. Steaiit, .R. N. On Wed.lesday, the Prince Reg'edt, from London via .Hobart Town; left London, 2d February. arnd Flobart Town 11th Instant ; the brig Patonla from the Cape of Good Hone the 24th May, and Hobart Town the 13th Instant; rind toe brig Courier from' % successful whaling' trip, having been out since the 23d October, and brings 135 tons of Speina )il. On Thursday,, the Samnuel for Newcasste, i)n Friday, th'ioLord'Liverpool for Newcastle. Departurcs.--'On Sluday, the Afitterva for the ;perm Fishery; the Isabella for Norfolk Island, vidh 35 male prisoners. and one female prisoner irrely reprieved; the WIaterloo for Moreton Bay, .ith 256 male and 7 female prisoners ;'tlih St. ?corge and, Tri:on for BTtayit; and the Vousla" "or New Z'afand. On Friday, th. DraronL fr ,he Mauritius ...

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IN THE SUPREME COURT, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

IN TIH SUPREME COURT, Naw SoUTH WALES. WiLLrIA Bisnor, of Sydney, in the Colony of New South Wales, being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists, maketh oath and saith, that he is n. -,v a free man, bth was lately resident at Port Macquarie. as e prisoner of the Crown; and that while at the c'mpof the settlement he has frequently seen the Commandant there, to wit, Captaid Crotty, 39th regiment, walk ing up to Government-ho,us. in company with female convicts, but never more than with one on the same day; and that some times the said female convict, to wit, Ann Lang, was permitted by the said Captain Crotty;to hang on his arm ; but this depo nent hath often seen another female con vict, whose name this deponent cannot recollect,'sitting in the verandah with the said Capta'n Crotty, partakiug of his wine and other kind of refreshment, and seated on the same seat with hibm and Doctor McI'ntyre, Surgeon of the settlement ; And this' deponent further maketh oath and saith, that during his re...

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ORIGINAL POETRY, FOR THE SYDNEY MONITOR. FLATTERY AS CONTRASTED WITH SLANDER. (Vide the Sydney Gazette of the 15th Instant.) Lines by E. O. S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

otRIGtNAL POETRY, f oR THE S YbNEY JtoNITOR. ILAvI'EtRY As con?TASTED WITH SLANDER. (Vide the Spdvcy Gatette iof the 15t/4 Instant.) Lines by E. O. S. "i hate theflqt/Irer's hcectnr'd lips; ',Wlenc pride the hunied poison sips *,J hate base adulation's tongue, VWhence ftlsehoods are profusely flung; . f That faithless tongue, which still betrays. Its votary-by lavish praise ! ]~rone, wliom the wise, and good despise, With "bought applause to eulogise; * And vice, that fears of truth the probe. To invest in' virtue's candid robe i True,-slander is a moral curse, Paints'good men bad; and bad men Worse : Yet, less from her the danger found, Less fatal is the deepest wound, Her sting inflicts ; less dire the ills, Than those, that flattery's tongue distils ! Slander iugmnents, what flattery veils The guilt, the conscious heart conceals : That, by exposure, prompts to mend; This, nurtures-as a treacherous friend, The festering ills; our vices shed, And bids the secret gangrene spread i S...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 August 1829

Some days this week were felt to be very oppressive, on account of the heat and dust. The drought it seems is not   yet broken up. We devoutly hope March the 21st next will bring a flood. The droughty septennial expired last Christ- mas. The rainy season must set in soon   according to the course of nature as expe- rienced in New South Wales the last 40 years.

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