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MR. COBBETT TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, On the remedies which ought now to be applied. Barn-Elm Farm, 27 Feb. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

RIt., I BB i'.e Ts DUKE or WVLLINGON, 1 Os Aiade ir es tw biYbrugkht5 owro be applied. . Bann;Elm Farms, 27Feb~. 1828. .: In the two foregoing Lectres, which all the terrible Innovationsoiinthe laws of England have, not as yet, deprived me of the'legal right of. addressing you,' It ]have not only endeavoured to show, but I hai~e ac taully shown, that 'the country is in a state of almost indescribable misery and degradation,. have also shown, that the real cause of this great evil is to.be found in Acts originating in the House of Commons, and creating so great a demand for taxes .from the people as to deprive them of the meansof honest exis ,tnce. It remains forme, in this third and last Lecture, to give you my opinion' with regard to the REMEDIES which ought 'to be applied to this mass of national evil. lam aware that there are some persons, and Ithink it likely that you may be ofthe number, who think,'that ,We now see the worst; that things may possibly' re malnmaauch abouteas the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

LL' Persons having any demands again ' t;i the late Firm of John and Henry Dixon Oweri of this Town, are respectfully requeste4? `forward the same.'to the Of?ice of his Solici ;tor,; r. T. D. Rowe, Chstlereigh-street. The Advertiser takcs this. public 1op?lor [tunity of iregiietitig thise.Persons who have .'been-so'ln'g in the debt of the, late Firm, _ti.ht: th.ey do the needful forthwith;, the reel. - procity of those friends has not'been mutual.. !consequenily they'cannht, and must ag. ex; piect, the ' Quid pro quo." HENRY DIXON OWES. . -Huntpr's itiver, Aug. 14, 182,. . - FlRESPASSERS BIBWARIE. , ..Aberglaslyn HusterR RRiver, ".: Auguse 141th 1828. : ,., H. D. OWEN.. ' SELECT INFANT SCHOOLOL. S EVERAL Individuals, heads of Familie,p, " being deiious 'of promoting the.formi-, tion of a select Infant School in Sydney, and ihaving at present an; opportunity of e'ag.4 . ging the services of oa young Lady, who had! " the manageoment of a similtr institution in. London, beg to.request ...

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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 — 18 August 1828

" DIARY. *'.MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. WARIATIONS CIF THEIlMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TIII MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THIE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. S11th Sunday after Trinity ' High Water 10 m.p. 12 i;Morn.-36 m. p. 12 I I Afternoon. I Sun rises 35 in. p. 6 Morn.-Sets 25 m. p. 5. . I High Vater, 6 In. p. 1 Morn.-33 im.. p. 1 " 'I Afternoon. : ~ High Water 2 Morn.-28 mt. p. 2 Afternona" .I1st Quarter of the Moon, 51 m. p. midnight, N I High Water, 59 m: p. 2 Morn.-32 inm. p. 3 I Afternoon. High Water,_ 5 mIn. p. 4 Morn.-36 m. p. 4 | 'I Afternoon. ,' .1-.lHigh Water, 15 m. p. 5 Morn.-43 in. p. 5 " -fl,2'"! Evening. r J I High Water, 12 in. p. 6 Morn:-46 in. p. 6 "I Evening. T~IURDAY ......'52f63'49 W. Fine. FRIDAY............54165.50 Do. Do. SATutLuA......... 5(16348 Do. Do. ?uPDAY ......... 53!65 57 Variable. Cloudy. MlNbAy ......... 058 48 1)o. Fair. TusoDA ....... . . 49 56149 Do. Showecry. WEJNE.DA,..y.... 50?52 Do. ';air.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS.. Average price on-quantity sold .?: Wheat 15s.--Maize 1 Is. Od.--Barley Os.-OtI Os. 0d- -Fine Flour, 37s. sterling per;? lbs;--Seconds do. 27s. Od-Bread 9d, per.rb. loaf.--Potatoes° 17s. cwt per -Fresh'Batter3s. 6d per lb-Salt do.. 2s. 6d.-Comnmea Chleese is. 3d.--Rankin's do. Is. D ..Eggs 3s.Od.? per doz.-Fowls 3s, per couple-.-Ducks 5?, Geese, 8s. per couple.-Turniecs 10s. per do0?. -Onions 3a. per lb,-Mutton 6Gd.t-ork.7d. -Salt Pork.-by the Joint 94=-Beef per, lb by the quarter; 3d ; per Joint, 51-de.-V 8d -Oranges, Is. per doz.-Hay .20 per, ton-- Straw 40s. per load. . - MERCHANDIZ--STERLING PRIGCS, Hyson tea, per half chest'of "32 Ihs.:£7. Ol d. Open green £3 10s--Sugar by the cwt3s,. 6d.--Brazil tobacco by the basket 2sa 6d. pe `i Negrohead per cask 3s. per lb.-Sbap by ?? cwt. 6d. per lb.-Foreign proof rum by theS gallons 12s.6d per gallon.-Gin l'6;-Bi ýi dy 18s. 6d. Colonial ,made spirits 10i,--?_iP wvine 5s.. od. per Gallon. Red 3s. 6d. We' beg to inform our ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1828. THn'Editor of the Svdnev Gazette is a man of a hot temperament; he both hates and loves Wt!i. ill his heart and with all his, soul, T'his i adibh6sition, which however it may he admired by koimd for a certain sort of bluet rough franik eOstýwhiedi 'seoims to attach to .it, is almnost. • tertoa of iLtroducing it~ -:poasecour to many inconveniences, and of planting his pillow with not a few thorns. As to Mr. Howe's intentions, a knowledge of him since, he was, a youth causes us to have a large measure of. faith in their in tegrity;.hut when good intentions are coupled with obstinacy or untowardness, theyare.nearly as de structive as bad ones. WITH regard to the mysterious mode; of wri ting adopted lately by the misdirected feelings of the Editor in questions, the review of Mr. Mars den's pamphlet, and the hearty vindication of and apalogied to that gentleman, furnish a cue to his ultimate object of attack. Being a native of Australia, he prefers the circumvolu...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The Criminal sittings commence the 18th Instant, and cortinue to the 31st. 'They will then be adjourned to the 15th proximo. The Civil Court opens the Ist. proximo. Both courts after the 15th September, will sit at the same time. IT is rumoured that the Major of Brigade ('Captain Start), has received orders to hokl himself in readi ness to proceed to England by the first ship. The wheat on the high lands between Sydney and the Cowpasture River, begin to look rather blasted with drought and frost. Those on the Hawkesbury by tho means look well. Unless rain falls again speedily, there cannot be..nore than half a crop at best next harvest. The wheats on the Coast and on Hunter's River flats look rather better. One of our Contemiporarie~, how ever (The Australian) differs from us, for in 'his Jourzlal of Friday the 8th instant, he says, " tli:re is v;ery appearance of -an early and an abirndant harvest !" . SThe trade of Sydney is at the lowest ebb, and` pecuniary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

" .. .,L ' : .J 'TO COVER THIS SEASON, 4d" LENDON, HUNVTEWS RIVER: i. .aOk .Mare, I0? Sg . Groom's, Fee included. S . THE 'BAY, . ORSE : 15 hands 22 inches high,.foaled in 182; i AS' got by Bourbon,dam ?Tramp's dam) by Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Wolodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &e. &c. , de Stud Book, Vol. 3. .. . Bourbon was .got: by Sorcerer,. dam: by Pe cipitate,.her dam by Higflyer, out .of,Tiffany,:by Jllipse, &c &c.--Vide Stud Book, page 289, l.ol. 2. ". tohanna was got by Merery, ;dam by Herod,, lir danm Maiden by Matchem, &c. &c.-Vide iStud Book, page 151, Vol. 2. . PPERFORM ANGES in. 1,827, J'domarket 1st Spring Meeting, Monday, April 30th, . :: 182 . ,... -Handicap sweepstakes -of 10 sovereigns each, foir Horses of all ages, Ab. m. Lqrd Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. 10 lb s. - . - 1 Mr. Wyndham's bl.,c. Black Swan, 8.at. 6 lbs. 2 ,Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b. ; Mr. Howe's S~iff,9st. ; Mr....

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

GENL1USE MISCELLANIES. D 4CAWJDbR.-The exaltation of this' no i~6 t'?te . Earldoni'of Eimlyn wilt recall to .many of our readers "one of the mýost curious ,u urrences in the whole of the. late war, and pit the same time an event equally creditable to . the humanity, and-honourable to the courage, of tee inhabitants of Wptles. We allude to the laud ing of several hundred of the French armhy, under the cominand of General Trate, at Fish guard, in Pembrokeshire, in 1797. The father of the present Earl, then Mr. Price Campbell, hating put biisdft at the head of a' stiua'll'i"rty" of the Pembrokeshirie Y.oemanriy Cvualry, and the other gentlemen of the county having gathereed what local forces were athaund, offlred battle to the invaders on the G(oodwich Sands, near Fslguard. The French,. ot relishing the ap Searance of. the Ancient Briitois serit offers of surrender,' antd the. whole, to the amount of 1,400 men, were made prisoners of war. Mr. Campbell was creited Lord Cawdor, for his c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

. .i.i; ADVERTISERS IN -GENERAL, AND AGENTS OF. SHIP$ I$ PARTICULAR, " refeelitadutyweoweto ourselves, V: vfi egard to the mercantile part: of .our O labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, Landholders, Merchants, Settlers, Spound-keepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the public Journals ;of this Colony, the superior advan .4ages of their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu seively,. in Journals, one of which publishes three times a week, and the tAher twice. :-For the same price that the Sydney Gazette charges. an advertiser for publishing his Advertisement three times in one week, :we carry on his ddvertisement, to. the end of three w.eeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose 'o publish his wishes initwo out of the three Joirnals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (if he like) choose the .Gazette or the Australian fbr one of tte 'two. But where is the use of' his laying out his money in 'both these SJournmdsrwhose :rapidity of publica tion brings his half-gui...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

Shipping Intelligence / Arrivals—This Morning, the Lord Liverpool and Governor Arthur from the Coal River; the Lambton from Port Stevens.       Departures—On Wednesday, the Governor Macquarie for the Coal River; on Thursday, E.   M. S. Rainbow on a cruise, the Frederick and   Portland for Batavia, the Guide for Timor and the Isle of France, the Flemingo for Port Dal- rymple, and Governor Phillips for Melville Island. Projected Departures—The Australia and Boro- dino for the. Isle of France, and the Numa and Bencoolen. for Batavia on the 30th; the Denmark     Hill for the Cape of Good Hope on the 5th September; the Boddingtons for England on the 1st of September; the Brig Promise for England,   via Hobart Town, in a few days. The Borodino is taking in coals, bricks,   iron bark shingles. The Australia, bricks.   A Ship is signalised from the North, suppose...

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Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, by George Thompson, Esq. many years a resident at the Cape. LETTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 August 1828

Travels and -4dventures in Southern Africa, by George T'Iompson, Esq. many years a resident at the Cape. LETTER I. Let us follow a little farther the .care.r of one of these young coloni: ts, who "las learned no trade but ftarming. and whose poIni~m is'sulficien t either to purchase or stock a fatin,in any of the older districts. His usual course, we have ob served, is to migrate to the frontier. , A very lit mited cajital will enable a man to begin the world as a vee boor. lie purchases, say ' Rix Dol. ,. s. An old waggon for about - 350 or 26 5 A spann of ten oxen - 150 11 5 A horse and two mares - - 200 15 9 Fifty cows and young cattle - 500. 37 10 Five hundred sheep and goats - 1000 75 0 .Rix Dollars 2200 stg. 165 0 The above, with a large gun, an axe, adze, and hammer, a couple of waggon-chests, a churn, a large iron pot for boiling soap, and one or too smaller owes for cooking, are all that is ab'solutely requisite to establish a stock.former in South Africa. With this propert...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average Price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. _ Average price on quantity sold :0- Wheat 15s.-Maize l1s. Od.-Barley Os.-Oats Os. Od.-Fine Flour, 37s. sterling per: 100 lbd.-Seconds do. 27s. Od--Bread 9d. per 2lb. loaf.-Potatoes 17s. cwt per -Fresh Batter 4s. Od per lb-Salt do. 2s. 6d.-Comnlon Chebse Is. 3d.-Rankin's do. Is. 9d.-Eggre 3s. Od,, per doz.-Fowls 4s. Gd per couple.-Ducks 5.' Geese, 8s. per couple.-Turkies 10s. per do. Onions 3d. per lbM.- utton Gd.-Pork 7d. -Salt Pork by the Joint 9d -B3eef per lb by the quarter, 3d ; per Joint, 5d.-Veali 8d -Oranges, is. per doz.-Hay £.20 peg ton- Straw 40s. per load. No. 81 George Street Sydney.t New South IPrda' iDITlE, A'ILIN1LD, AND PUBLI'BLtD p " BY THE PROPRItRTW EDWARD SMITH HALL.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

Arrivals-On Saturday, the Government barquv Lucy Anne, from Moreton Bay; same day the Cw? rency Lass, from Port Dalrymple, with a cargo of'sun, dries; on Wednesday, the brig Afary Elizabeth, Capt4 Hicks R. N. from Melville Island; on 'Thurs day t8el Mermaid from England, via Hobart Town, having left 93 female prisoners, she brings 8000 bushels of wheat, 6000 of which is for Government, also a detachmwenft of the 39th, the guard of the Sir IW. Miles prison shipp which she left at V. D. Land ; also the Arab with mer-rt chandise, and Bombay Mlerchant with prisoners ;o? Friday, the Waterloo from Port Dalrymple, with 2000.: bushels of wheat, 6 tons of salt provisions, and a quantity of hay; also the Nimrod, Capt. Eilbeck, from Rio Jenerio, witn 900 rolls of tobacco, wines andi coffee. Departures-The Bencoolen and Numa for Batavia; Phawnix for Bombay, via Hobart Town, with Troops; i. Promise for England, via Hobart Town. Projected Departures-The Borodina for the Mguri tius on Tuesday next...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATION OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIA1ONS CI 'I'IIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN 1 tHI MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 alN THE EVENING RESPECTIVRLY.. I 12th Sunday after Trinity c j IHigh Water 13 m. p. 7 Morn.-42 m,. p. 7 Night. I I Sun rises 28 in. p. 6 Morn.--Sots 32 m. p. 5. High Water, 10 m. p. 8 Morn.-36 m. p. 8 S Night. Full Moon, 33 min. past 3 Afternoon. y j I High Water 56 mn4p. 8 Morn.-10 m. p. 9 1 Night. . I High Water, 30 mi p. 9 Morii.-50 m. p. 9 I Night•. i N 00 High Water, 5 m. p. 10 Morn.-25 m. p. 10 Night. y?"I High Water, 45 m. p. 10 Mora.-11 o'Clock at Night. 1 M High Water, 16 mI p. 11 Morn.-35 ,m. p* 11 Night T1unsuAY ...... 59 70'56 N. W. Fair. FRIDAY:.......... 57 6852 Do. Do. SATURDAY......... 59 7256 Do. Do. SUNDAY ......... 60 75 59 Do. Cloudy. MONDAY ........ 60 8062 Do. .Rain & Thun. TUESDAY .......... 546857 West. Cool & Fair.. WEDNESDAY..... 5269 55 Do. )o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

NOTICE. T R IS is to give Notice, my wife E iza l1,th 'Dunn, has absconded from her home without any just cause or provocation, I the undersigned hereby caution the pnb lic ag anst harbouring, employing, or giving credit 'to the said ELIZABETH DUNN, as IEwill not be responsible for any debts she may contract after this date. Notice is - ereby. further given, that, any person found ihatbouring her will be prosecuted accord ing to law. TElizabeth Dunn, is a native of the East Indias. Elizabeth Street, Sydney SAugust 23rd. 1818. f W rM. DUNN.. '. R. HUDSQN, , SCUTLER AND COMB MANUFACTURER, Wholesale and Retail, < : o, 56' GEORGE STtEBT. Uý HUDSON begs to return his sin e cere thanks to the P~ublic.in general, Cdr the liberal ,encouragement he has re ceived since his commencement in business, and hopes for a continuance of their past favours, and begs to inform them that.he has received iu addition to his large stock on viand, the undermentioned articles, viz. Ivory handled k...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

W' consider it tn unhappy instance of the severity of our pres?ent i£egislature, thatl ?courgingg -h:as been introduced as one of the Spunishments in one of our late Acts otfCC)n * cilt 'It is no uc.u e in our opinion in bring ipg hither the brutal custOms of the old laws o. England, to say, that such is the customi there. Until within t. cse few years the law of England. scourged women, and that we believe publicly. A "great many other barbarous customs distinguish the laws of England. But; as we have said before, so we say again, we -leople of New South W1ales have a right to all the humanities and chari .ties of the law of England, but to none of. its barbarities. It imay be dillicult in En gland to abrogate old barbarous customs; bat. why introduce theni here at all ? WVe will venture to sa:y, that did our Cc lonial Legislature consist of shop-keepert and ma nufacturers, scourgiung would never have been made a punishm)ent in N. S. Wales. Fine, imprisonment, the tread-mill, trans...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

(Ld ? i- ?-la-t inum:ue, but one, wevemade some remarks' y on .te rud Pess offered by the lren'h Colonists on '.Sir Hudson; Lowe, at Port Louis. Mr. 1lowe pub lished thie proof of fSir Lowry Cole. We now pub ?lish the respectful remonstrance of the accused, viz. ?ithe French Colonists at large.) '.`' To His Excellency the Hon. Galbraith Lowry Cole, Lieutenant-General and Governor of the A2auritius and its Dependencies, 8ec. YOUR EXCELLENCY, The Government Order of the 7th instant has overwhelmed with grief and astonishment the inha bitants of the Mauritius, accustomed only to hear from your mouth wishes for their prosperity. He who has hitherto been a firm friend to the interests of the Colony, has suddenly become its accuser. The -·country to which, a few days since, he was pleased to "'render justice in so public a manner, only contains in his eyes dissatisfied subjects, persons ungrateful and seditious, who have outraged their Sovereign, the Eng i lish tlition, and the army. What...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

FRESH ARRIVALS. LOTS OF GOOD=, AND MUST BE.'," SOLD. T. WYATT has jnst opened a fashionable as S,.' sortment of Ribbons ;-consisting of Satin and sarsnet cap ribbons, from 2d. Richembroidered and figured gauze, do. do. is. 8. Plain andifigured satin and sarsnet bonnet do. Is. Rich brocade ditto, 21 to 5 inches wide, from is. 6d. Black and magpye binding, 6s. to 7s. 6d. per piece Ditto 4d. ditto 6d. double ribbon, 10s. 6d. per do. Ladies' full-trimmed Leghorn hats and bonnets Children's ditto and Lyonese.plait ditto Rich cushion thread-lace, from Is. 6d. Urlings and bobbin net ditto, Is. Quilling ditto, ditto' l1 to 3 inches, 6d. to 9d. Black and white bobbing net veils, 20s. Rirh ditto scarfs; froih 41. to 81. 6-4th cambric jaconet, tjookhai" cord, and .tam bboired inuslin, from 2s. 3d'. per.yard. English 4rints and shirtirig, froin 7d. per yard, per piece • Nuy?l?gt?.lu.<itto, .10?,]. 'o?n? pi?ited'camnbric, fast colours, .Is. $td, E11.wide town printed muuflins, chi.tz ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

,:DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The Governor has ordered the Commissary to 'iransmit a quantity of British silver coin, of the four several denominations, to Parramatta, Wind for, Newcastle, and Bathurst, "'for the more ge. neral circulation of money," as the order'expresses it. This is very proper. Better late than never, A further supply, is to he transmitted " from time to time as circumstances may require." Our readers will see an advertisement for a ten der for a thousand gallons of rum. The time t;i,-n-n is only one cday. It would appear more ,;, if a fortnight's notice were given of these rnmewhat of, the character of our late Judge S\. ocnte was exhibited in a scrap published in t.': .Gazette a little while ago, and which we old l?L ds, knew to be a private note from Mr. (now Sir 'ln) WI'lde to Mr, C--l at tho time of the forma tion of the Bank of New South Wales. Another   specimen of Sir John's style of writing and cast of mind, is strongly discoverable in the follow...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

(Donrestic Intelligence continued.) OIrIT-CHA,.-The whole of the troops in gar rison were assembled in the Barrack-square on Tuesday forenoon, and a proclamation issued by the. Lieutenant General was read-to them ; offer a e~ward of one hundred pounds, a discharge from the regiment, and a free passage to Eng land, to any of them who would give evidence to bring to conviction the man who stabbed the de ceased on whom the Coroner's Inquest was then sitting.-One or two settlers in the vicinity of Kissing Point have turned their attenton to the cltivation of the peppermint plant; this neigh bourhood is becoming a favourite resort of late with holiday-making folks, who relish a days' ex cursion on the water. Messrs. Mackie and Dixon have commenced selling their pale ale; this ale is being retailed by the first houses in town at a cheaper rate than porter.--The sentries stationed on the respective gate entrances into the military bar racks,' have received orders to admit no citizens there...

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