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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) CHIT-CHAT.-A roaster has been prepared, by which the magistrates will take it in turn to sit at the Courts.-An important and delicate question has to be tried in the Supreme Court in a few days; viz. how far the Justices are supported in passing sentences on prisoners of transportation -to a penal settlement, whose briginal- term of transportation has not ex pired, and how far the Colonial sentence can be en forced beyond the period of the prisoner becoming free of his first sentence ?-Prisoners coming from the country, as witnesses in the Courts, render them " selves liable to legal censure, by not reporting them selves on their arrival in Sydney to the Chief Consta ble, in pursuance of a Government and General Order.-A Correspondent questions the legality of making any demand whatever for bail-bond fees in the Police Office, there being no A ct in Council regulating this matter. At the Police Office, sixteen shillings and threepence sterling, is ...

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STATE OF THE IRISH POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

STATE OF THE IRISH POOR. LORD DARNLEY in the House of Lords of the 1st May last, quoted in his speeeh the testimony of Dr. Doyle, as to the present. state of the Irish poor. Let it be remembers ed that while this is the state of the Tenentk, the Landlords spend their time ip London in dulging in all the voluptuousness of that overgrown city, the Rome of modern times' in luxury, vice, and selfishness. " THE Noble Earl then read the following extracts from the evidence of Dr. Doyle, before the Commit tee of the House of Commons. " WHAT is the state of the lower orders of the people in your Diocese ?-1 might say, that even in the lower orders we should distinguish some grades ; there are some of them very low, but who yet have the necessaries of life ; but there is a, very numerous class who are extremely low, whose distress is doubt less iiidescribably great. I, am in th.ehabit of conver sing with many of this description. I sometimes visit. them in. sickness, occasionally I see them ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 20, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

! THE IONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEIPTEMBER20, 1828. •ý raaRU---r-dr-. - ---_. We differ from the Court on the verdict it delivered in the late action for libel, Doug lass v, Howe. And we think we can so differ without being accused of hostility to Dr. D., for he was always polite and friendly to us, and we never ourselves experienced any thing from him but what became the gentleman and man of honour, and we have considered him as a friend of the Colony and the people. But we have a +duty to discharge now ai friends of the just liberty of the Press, which we think has been. rather impugned by the late verdict. TU .defendant should have called us as a witness. Editors are ever disposed to b~e libe ral in libel matters; much more so than colo nels, majors, secretaries, ex secretaries, doc tors,or noble commanders, &c. &c. We should have deposed to our first impressions on rea ding the alleged.libel, and those.impressions were, that the letter in questionwas about t;h...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

'r £ rs ,xvr,.=-,i Majesty held a leuee on T rýooo, at C'JamJR' Pagac ;; .which own t eff?vourable state nf-tie weathr, and the rarenesrof'thb t occutrence, but principally, we be lieve, owinig to the anxiety of the -nobility and gentry to pay their respect to our Sovereign, was very nu .merously attended.- At half-past :one, -the Horse Guards drew up before the eastern aveide of the Palace, with their band playing martil- ars, and a Iing string of carriages commenced setting down company. The Foot Guards were drawn up in the Palace -ard, St. James's-street; and the members of the Ryal Family, -Foreign Ambassadors, his Ma jesty's Ministers, and 'such of the nobility as have the privilege of entree, commenced arriving at the western avenue. Amongst them, we observed his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester ; Prince Po lignac, the French Ambassador ; Prince Esterhazy, the Austrian Ambassador, accompanied by Baron Newman and Prince Schwartzeberg; Prince~ Lieven, the Russian 'Ambassado...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

COVER THIS SEASON, SG'.LENDOA'N, HUNTER'S RJIVER. U'.r eacrk Mare, 101. St . Groom's Fee included. - TIE BAY HORSE TOSS ; 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; ITAS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by :Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c.- Fide Stud Book, Vol. 3. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipithte, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by Eclipse, &c &c.-Vide, .Saud Book, page 289, Yol, ". Gohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, ker'dam Maiden by Matchem, &c. &c,-V-ide Stud Book; page 15.1, Vol. 2. PERFORMANCES in 1827. 1~Vn6~market 1~s Spring Mlleeting, Monday, April 30th, S. 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. Lord Southampton's b.. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. 10.lbs, - . 1 Mr.: Wyndham's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 st. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b. ; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; Mr. Payne's br. c. the General, 8st. 21b.; ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 September 1828

Shipping Intelligence.             Arrivals.— On Sunday last, the Bengal Merchant from Hobart Town, where she left 196 male prisoners; laden with Government stores and wheat. Thursday, the Mary, from Leith 29th March, via Hobart Town, with a general cargo of merchandize for the Austra- lian Company. Also, the Caroline cutter, from Laun- ceston; laden with English hay, skins, and potatoes.   Departures.— On Wednesday, the schooner Samuel, on a sealing trip. Thursday, Mary Elizabeth for Port Macquarie. 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 — 22 September 1828

COVER THIS SEASON, i.;74 LENDON, HUINTER'S RIVER. 4IP7 dA Mare, l 01. Stg. Groom's Fee included. STHTE BAY HORSE STOSS s 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; W AS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by ' Gohanna, her dam Fraxinellu by Trentham, W6bdpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c. Fide Stud Book, Vol. 3.. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffaxy, by Eclipse, &c &c.--Vide Stud Book, page 289, bo7. 2, G ohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, her dam Maiden by Matchem, &c. &c.--Vide ,tud ·ook, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORMANCES in 1827. .Winmarket 1it Spring Meeting, Monday, April 301h, S1827e Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses ofall ages, Ab. m. Lord Southamptonh' b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. 10 lbs. . - 1 Mr. Wyndham's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 at. 6 lbs. 2. Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b. ; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st. ; Mr. Payne's. br. c. the General, 8st, 21b.; Duke of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

AL) BY -'AUCTION Bl-UNGARRABBEE ESTATE. BY MR. PRITCHETr, On Thursday,' the Second'of October, at 12 o'Clock, < in the Market-place Parranmatta, by Order of the Executors. T HE Valuable Estate called Bungarrabbee, the Property of the late John Campbell, Esq. situated on the Great Western Road, about lo.miles beyond. Parraniktt'a..: It con tains 2.80O.aarcs of very excellent land, fen ced all'round, has 250 acres cleared, four jarge inclosed ~addocks, various st6ck-yards and piggery, a garden consisting of 8 acres with a geat nuumber and variety. of-young fruit-trees well watered, and two creeks always supplied wvith water running through the farm. The house, built of the very best'. materials, and scarcely completed at Mr. Campbell's death, consists of a dining-room, drawing-room, and five bed rooms on the ground: floor, and four small rooms in the upper story. Attached, is a most excellent kitchen or Servant's room (the rqsidence of the Family for some years before the b...

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(The following letter appeared in last Friday's Australian.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. Pitt Street, September 5, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

(The following letter appeared is lasi Msi-' day's Australian.) To TIa EDITOR OF THE AUSTBST?lAl ' Pitt Street, September 5, 1898$.. Sia,--In this day's Australian, I observe the; :fdl lowing paragraph.. " There are said to be ftur new candidates -for tL office of Cashier of the Bank of New Sputb WaP.,, viz. T "e M* , Esquire, Mist; , B * " " ", Mister H* *' * *, and Mister P !. I am quite sure the party who wrote this will aes~i thanked by Mr. M * * ;* ; this gentleman has too much good sense and breeding to be gratifiedat an "rn? nouncement conveyed in so invidious a mannero. And the fact is, that neither in fortune, respectabilitYi . nor talent, does the new Candidate exceed his com-. petitors in such a degree, as to justify so impertineMt a paragraph ; and I am surprised bow you, Sir, pe?r-;. mitted it to appear in your Journal. It is not yst, . own paragraph, I am sure, but written by some ' ,i j dicious partisan of Mr. M . . .... . 1, Mr. Editor, am a friend to consistency, Al...

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THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS From 1st July to 25th August, both inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS From lei July to 25th August, both inclusive. n,, ~£. a. Agriciltural implements - - 221 0 Apparel (wearing) and slope, 176 packages 7,175 0 :Appa?sl? (wearing). 4 packages, * 67 0 Arrow ioot 15,6801bs - - 196 0 Beer -and ale 6,884 gallons - 788 0 Beer and ale 367 grillons - - 42 0 Blacking 37 casks - - 221 0 Brandy 1,882 gallons . 77 0 Brandy 1,2234 gallons - 2,48b 0 Brushee 1 case - - 10 0 'Butter 3,456 lb . -l 116 0 Butter 2,8571bs - - 140 0 Block, . - - - 54 0 Bark mimosa 2 tons - - 6 0 Barely 100 bushels.- - 187 0 Candles 8,131 lbs - - 273 0 Candles 3,116 lbs - - - 201 0 Candles 750 lbs - - - 29 0 Canvas 24,789 vards - - 1,117 0 *Canva4 1 950 yards - - 170 0 -Canvas 9,900 yards - - 201 -0 Cottons 6,880 yards - - 168' 0 Cottons .83,879 yards . - - 4,825 0 Cocoabnuts 524 - - 7 0 Coooa:nut oil 3,780 gallons - 189 0 Carriages 9 - . - 893 0 Combhal case - - s5 0 Copper 182 cwt - - - 1,110 0 Corks 25'g.troc - - 226 0 Deals 1,000 feet .- - 0 Drugs. 30-case...

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EXPORTS. From the 1st July to 25th August inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

EXPORTS. From the lot Jufy to 25th August inclusive. Arrow root, 4001b. - 10 0 Blue gum 30,000 feet " - 84 0 Books printed, 1 case - 1. 0 Bricks 500 - - - 63 .0. British and foreign merchandize - 162. o British and foreign merebandize - 1,361-, 0 Cedar 154,330 feet - - 1,463 , 0 Curiosities 3 cases - 20 0 Coals 130 tons - 143 0 Coals 74 tons - - 47 0 Chbese 2,084 lbs. - - 85 0 Frdit 15 packages - - - 33 0 Hides, ox 1,494 . - - 755 0 Horns, bullocks 2,400 - - 116 0 Horned Cattle - - 194' 0 Lime 1,600 bushels - - 65 0 .Oilh sperm 234 tons - - - 11,700 0 Otl er mnerchandize' - - 4,377 0 Sea? skins 349 - - 360 0 Shi g!ee 50,000 - - 25 0 Sugar 32,124 lIb'. - - - 20 -0 Treknails 9,100 - - - 30 0 Tieai 11,005lbs. - - - 624 0 Tobacco 3835lbs. - - 272 0 Wool 29,186 1bs. - - - 931 0 s,. 2310 0 We beg to: isi otle our Subscribors bot n tows a.n country, they must consider the deoeryof thleir Newis papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, and to our ,newt...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDIM FOR THE ENSUING WEBK, VARIATIONS OF TIIEIIMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN Ar 7 IN THB MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 16th Sunday after Trinity. . q N. High Water 12 n. p. 6 morn.-.-46 min p. 6 i Evening. I I Sun rises 59 m.p. 5.-Sets 1 m. p. 6; Se . 1High Water, 13 m. p. 7 Morn.--42, min. p S 7 Evening " ~m High. Water 10 m p. 8 Morn.-86 m. p. 8 j J Evening. ' High Water, 56 mi. p 8Morn.--10 m. p. 9 N Night. *• j Full Moon, 17 m. p. midnight. Ia High Water, 30 min. p. 9 Morn.-SO m.. p. , a 9 Night. 1o High Water, 5 m. p. 10" Morn.--2 m. p. l cr j i High Water, 45 m. p. 1 Morn.- 11 Night THURSDAY b.... X58 6965 N. W. Cloudy FRIDAv .......... 60 72 65 do. Fine SATURDAY........ 56 68 60 do. Cloudy SUNDAY ........ 55 66 58 S. E. Cloudy MONDAY ........ 56 68 59 do. Rainy TUESDAY ........ 5870 60 S. E. Showery WE .NESDAY...... 55 69 58 do. Fine

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

To TIS EDITOR OV.TR. MONITOq . 'f Expergiweminn~ gitur." CICERO. Tnu above quotation was (orFihty. brought to my ?ocollection, and more fir{ly than ever iinprrle'd on my mind, on reading an article In i~Mr. Robert Howe's paper of Wednesday last, which is evidently intended, though not calculated, to redlect onrthe pub lic and private character" of one of our' most clever and honourable Colonial Advocates. The Press, •which is so much abused by some E4itors, as correctly represented by Mr. Wentworth during a late trial' in the Supreme Court, is a matter of se rious coinideration under present circumstancej, for the people of .this Colony. It, has already proved fruitless to 'enquire, if it- be tolerated, that private character be so wantonly and indiscriminately injured, and reputatibii be so torn to pieces and destroyed, as the people long time since have witnessed them to be by the official orgafi. it would be dangerous for me, or any other, constituted as uwe at present are, to en...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

TAHE MONITOR. ,. --? . .- .... -... , MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1828. W-? differ from the.Court on the verdict it 'delivered in the Jate action for libel, Doug.. lass v. Howe. And we think we can so differ without being accused of hostility to Dr. D., for he was always polite and friendly to us, and we never ourselves experienced any thing from him but what became the gentleman and man of honour, and we have considered him as a friend of the Colony and the people. But we have a duty to discharge now as friends of the just liberty of the Press, which we think has been rather impugned by the late verdict. Tra defendant should have called us as a witness. Editors are everdisposed to he'libea ral in libel matters; much more so than colo nels, majors, secretaries, ex secretaries, doc. tors,or noble commanders, &c. &c. We should have deposed to our first impressions on rea ding the alleged libel, and those impressions were, that the' letter in question was about the best piece...

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Sydney, 3rd Sept. 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

Sydney, 3rd Sept. 1828.~' To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, SHOULD you deem the accompanying extract from' the Malacca and Chinese Observer newspaper, dated 6th Nov. last, worthy of insertion, you will oblige . m-e by its insertion in your next publication; perhapa ." it may serve as a hint to the Inhabitants of Sgouthern climes Howe to prepare an address. Yours, X. Y. Z. . " ADDRESs by the Chinese merchants of Penang, ` to Sir Ralph Rice, dated Oct. 28th, 1827. " WE, prostrate before the bar, present to the lat4: Judg", Sir Ralph Rice, Kt. magnate &c. &c. the.; following address. " WE humbly remember, illustrious Sir,.your en-t tering on the office of public manners, and boldin ` up the mirror of just authority, ever cherishing anit diffusing the Zephyrs, dews of benevolence, and universally known for the impartiality of verda spring. eaa " FROM the time of your advent to the rule of this?f' Colony, good Government has shed its rose-water 4 influence; litigations w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

MARRIED--On Saturday last, by the Reverend John Joseph Therry, Mr. John REDMOND, son of Mr Edward Redmond of George Street, to JANE BROWN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

S "T1@R & 1 bi ibA RD -APINYIHECARIES, DRUGGISTS, AND ,$h NERAL DEALERS, )parramatta. W ILLIAM SUT 1'OR, in ,returning thanks to the inhabitants of Parra matta and its vicinity, for the very kind and Sliberal support he has met with, begs to inform them, he has entered into Partnership with Mr. JEDWARD HAZARPD, and intends car rying on Business in future at Mr. Harvey's .new house (over the water) in Church-street, under 'the firm of FVTTOR and HAZARD, upon an extensive yet economical scale. The STOCK comprises a genuine selection of Drugs, Perfumery, Horse and Cattle Me d:cines, Groceries, Haberdashery, 'Cutlery, &c. Sbc. &c, ; with other articles too numer ous for insertion. Recipes for Physieians and Families accu rately prepared. ( WILSON, Nos. 19 and Q1 George Street, begs to inform his Friends and tie Public, that he has for Sale, in addition t, thOs general assortment of Goods lately advertised, the following articles, viz Ladies' side saddles; Gentlem...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

A 'very extraordinary productiont from the pen of the Editor of the Sydney Gazette, ap peared in that Journal yesterday, on the sub ject of the late general Court Martial, 'hel'd on Captaiin (Robison of the Veterans, on eharges preferred by the Commander-in Chief. We think His Excellency must feel distressed at the line of argument and comment, which the writer in question has chosen to adopt on the subject. The whole would go to shew, that Mr. Howe is of :opinion,' the head of the Goverdni eat is ex ceedingly alarmed, lest the public press ,should take up this trial in the way of edito. rial comment, as it does "all other public in vestigations. But as when the Governor prosecuted the editors of the public-. journals for libels and penalties, we did not Leel it our duty to forbeear reporting and commenting on the trials arising thereon, so neither do we now feel disposed to shrink from the duty, which as editors, is imposed upon us, 'in laying before our patrons and the public at l...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

* To TnE EDITOR oF Tn MIONITOR. SIR, THE present subject' of complaint,: both by the inhabitants and the publicaus of Syd ney, about- two years ago, (as far as my metnory: serves to fix on a data) caused a meeting of their body for the avowed purposeof petitioning the Go. vernment against the grievances they at that time laboured under. The result of that meeting was the presentation of a respectful memorial to His tExcellency the Governor, praying a repeal of the then existing obligations upon them-obligations which were wholly unnecessary and uncalled for. The result of that meeting of the Licensed Vic tuallers was productive of the desired effect; for through the agency of the Superintendent of Police at the time (Captain Rossi), a letter from this officer was olficially addressed to the Secretary named by the meeting, announcing that the Li censing Act was not intended to preclude Publi cans serving their neighbours withl refreshment on Sundays, " except during the hours of Divi...

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STATE OF THE IRISH POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

STATE OF THE IRISHI POOR. LoRD DAnNLEY in the House of Lords of the: lst May last, quoted in - his speech the testimony' of Dr. Doyle, as to the present state of tile'Irish.poor. Let it be reiriir/ ber ed that while this is the state of the Temnant, the Landlords spend their timed in'London: in dulging in all the voluptuousness of. that overgrown city, the Rome of modern times in luxury, vice, and selfishness. "' THE Noble Earl then read the following extracts from the evidence of Dr. Doyle, before the Commit tee of the House of Commons. " WHAT is the state of the lower orders of the people in your Diocese ?-[ might say, that even in the lower orders we should distinguish some grades ; there are-some of them very low, but who yct'have the necessaries of life ; but there is a very numerous class who are extremely low, whose distress is doubt less indescribably great. I am in the habit* of conver sing with many of this description. I sometimes visit them, in sickness, occasionally I s...

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