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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ALLEGED PROFLIGATE CONDUCT OF MR. LONG POLE WELLESLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 July 1826

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ALLEGED PROFLIGATE CONDUCT OF MR. LONG POLE WELLESLEY. IN the Court of Chancery, on Friday, Mr. Long Wel lesly applied to the Lord Chancellor to be put in pos session of his three children, who were, by his Lordship's orders a short time ago, consigned to the care of the Misses Long (their mother's sisters), Mr. . Wellesley being at the time on the Continent, and out of the juris diction of the Court. MR. HART, who made the applieation, contended that Mr. Wellesley had hired a house in the Regent's Park had a competent income to maintain his children accord ing to their rank, and was, therefore, legally entitled to have the controul over their persons and education accordingly. AGAINST this application, a great number of affidavits ,were filed, and Mr.' Shadwell, Mr. Treslove, and Mr. Pepye, were heard in support of them. The substance of the affidavit was, that Mr. Wellesley had incapicitated 'himself, by immorality, adultery, and the general profligacy of his hab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 July 1826

CAUTION TO SAWYERS AT FIVE ISLANDS. SAWYERS and others are hereby ordered to commit no trespass on my Farm of 300 acres, next to Mr. Ritchie's Farm and bounded on the east by the sea, on pain of being prosecuted. Sydney, 18th July. JOHN CULLEN. s' BUDGE begs leave to inform his Friends and the Pub * lie, that he has removed from York Street to that com modious House, situate on the Church Hill, and long occupied by Mr. Archbald, where he has on Sale SPIRITS of the best quality, both wholesale and retail with a General Assort ment of Shop Goods, on the most moderate Terms. A few Gentlemen may be accommodated with convenient Board and Lodging. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I THE Undersigned, being now come.of Age, do take upon myself the management of, the Estates and Effects of my Father, the late Williap iWalsh of Sydney, in the Colony of New South Wales, Publican, deceased, and release Mr. Thomas Dunnm, and Mr. John Cullen, the Friends of my late Father and Mother, and my Guaedians, ...

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THE MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 July 1826

THE MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1826. THE Australian has, we are happy to see, anticipated some of our remarks on the long-talked-of duty on cedar, in log and plank, either before it leave the ground, or the King's Wharf. But as we have something to say in addition, and the subject is now before the public, we must avail ourselves of the public attention. ONE of the benefits of the new Chamber of Com- merce, an institution which we have the highest opinion of, and for whose organization we are much indebted to Messrs. Woolstonecraft, Sparks, Brown, H. Jones, &c. one of the benefits of this institution, will be the inter change of opinions among ingenious men of all classes -farmers, merchants, ship-owners, and politicians. And thus, though the chamber will always be too polite and well-bred to trouble the Governor, with their opinions so often as the interests of the country will require, yet, by the translation into the-newspapers of the voice and feeling of- the chamber, an i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 July 1826

EVERY number proves the growing infirmaties of the peev     ish Gazette-his memo is greatly impaired-he quite forgets in Saturday's paper when he praises the monopoly of coals by the Australian Agricultural Company, that a little while ago   he discovered, (with all the world,) that a monopoly of coal fuel was as much to be dreaded by a community, (especially by an infantile society,) as a monolopy of bread or meat, or of Candles. The essentials of life to the English people are bread, meat, beer, coals, candles, and soap. That the House of Commons could oppress this colony, by delivering over 50,000 of the King's free and loyal distant subjects, helpless and unrepresented as they are, and therefore the more intitled to their protection, is a proof how little our concerns attract its attention. The fact is, we are forgotten in the weighty concerns which come before Parliament; we are like the little insect, which men tread upon, not because the...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 July 1826

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR,                 Having read some strictures in your Journal on the journey performed by Mr. Hume and myself to Western Port, I beg to observe, no blame attached to Major Goulburn. I am Sir, &c.       Narreling, Upper Minto, W. H. Hovell. 12th July, 1826.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 July 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—On Friday the 21st. instant, the Brig John, Captain Griffin, sailed from Hobart Town on the 13th, with 8,500 bushels of Wheat - Passengers — Mr. John Roberts, the Supercargo, Mrs. Jamieson, John Laurie and John Matthews. The John cleared out for the Cape. On Monday the 24th instant, the Brig Fairfield, Captain Work, from London and Hobart Town, with a general cargo. Passengers from Europe—Mr. and Mrs. White, Messrs. Leak, Marchant, and Morey, —from Hobart Town—Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Messrs. R. Dixon, B. B. Carr, and T. Dillon. On Tuesday the 25th instant, the Barque Henry, from London, via Hobart Town, sailed from Portsmouth March 23rd, and Hobart Town the 20th instant. Lading, sundries. Passengers—Mr. G. H. Humphrey, Mr. M. Humphrey, Mrs. H. and Miss A. Bennett, Mr. G. N. and Mrs. H. Newcombe, Mr. J. Wilmott, Miss Jane Tiddy and H. Canaan. On Wed- nesday the 26th instant, the Brig Lord Rodney, W. Kin- near, Master, from Macquarie Island. Lading—120 t...

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Cheology, Ethics, Religious Intelligence, &c. &c; [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

" ~toltog, et(ic , 3Reliioud *attiigtce, &rc. &ct .T a. r as a time when each revelation of the word of God had an introdnction into this earth which neither perapitted:men to doubt whence it came, nor wherefore it was .seRi If, at: the giving of: each' several truth;. a tar ?Waos;p Jiligt ed4 up.il heaven, as.at the birth of the Prince of truth, there was done upon the earth a wonder, to make her children listen to the message of their ma, ker. The Almighty made bare his arm; and, through mighty acts shewn by his holy ,servants, gave demon stration of his truth, and found for it a sure place among the other nmatters of .human knowledge.,a4 belief, . BUT now the miracles of God.have ceased, and Nature,. secure and' ;uhmolested,.is: no .longer called on for.testi monies to her:Creator's voice. . No burning bush draw; the footsteps .to his ~resesi?q chamber; no invisible voice holds the.ear awake;. no'hand cometh forth fraon the obscure:to write his .purpbses in letter...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, FRIDAY, FEB. 17th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

HOUSE OF COMMONS, FRIDAY, FEB. 17th, 1826. M~R. DICKINSON also presented a petition from the Silk Throwsters of certain places in Somersetshire, stating ahat all the people were out of employ, particularly the women and children, and praying for the re-enactment of the prohibitory duties. The Hon. Member stated, that from all he could collect, it appeared that there was something in the climate and water of France, and something in the organzine silk of Italy, which made the colour so superior to what could be produced here, that it was utterly impossible for us to compete with those countries. The petition was brought up nnd laid on the table. U. USURY LAWS. MR. SERGEANT ONSLOw brought in a Bill for the Repeal of the Laws which prohibit the taking of In terest of Money, or limit the rate thereof. Read a first time, ordered to be printed, and to be read a second time on Monday sen'night. M. BLACKBURNE presented a petition from* the Mer chants,,Manufacturers, and other persons engage...

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SELECT POETRY. THE BROKEN HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

SELECT POETRY. t HE BROKEN HEART. ' fit ib tgone to the-land where the dead re still, And mute the song of gladness, He drank at the cup of grief his.fll, And his life was a drdanu of madness; The victinm of faedy's torturing spell,' From hope to ddikness driven, -his agony was the rack of hell, Hls joy the'thrill of heaven! His is gone to the land where the dead are cold, And thought will sting him never; 'The tomb its darkest veil has roll'd O'er all his faults for ever : O there was a light that shone within , The gloom that hung ziuad him ; His heart was forced to woo and win, But love had never found him ! HFI is gone to the land where the dead may rest In a soft, unbroken slumber, Where. the pulse that swell'd his anguish'd breast Shall never his'tortures number; h! .little the reckless witlings know How keeily throbbed and smarted ~hat bosom which burned with the brightest glow, Till crushed and broken-hearted;! Siz long'd to love, and a frown was all The cold and thoughtless...

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HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, FEB. 17th, 1826 NEGRO SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, FEB.' 17th, 1826 NEGRO SLAVERY. Tanis Marcquis of Hertford presented a petition from i theli inabitants of Coventry against Negro Slavery. Laid on thei'tble. Tas Earl of Tankerville, presented a similar petition , from the inhabitants of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Tau Marquis of Lansdown presented similar petitions 1 from the Dissenting Clergy of London and Westminster; Sfrom Warminster and Chippenham, in the County of fi Wilts; and from certain inhabitants of Swansea. n LoD CALTHORPE, in presenting some petitionis to the ,. same effect, took occasion to animadvert on the condiuct S of the Colonial Assemblies, in not acting on the mea st sures lately adopted by Piarliament in favour of .the. slave population. He hoped that this season would. ot t1 pass away without some proposition being' brought. for Li ward on the subject by some Noble Lord who was more 1, competent to the task than himself. It'was a subject on -' which the middling classes, who' 'ormed so veluabl...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

DIARY. • MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. . SUN rises, 48 min. past 6. ? High Water at Port Jackson, 30 min. past 8 Morn. 54 min. past 8 Night I New Moon 26 min. past 5 Morning. -"- Sun Sets 13 min. past 5. . 11th Sunday after Trinity. ~o Transfiguration of our Lord. High Water, 10 Morn.-20 min. past 10 .Night. Name of JESUS. Day, 10 hours and 30 min. loiing. High Water, 35 min. past 10 Morn.--48 n. past 10 Night S~- I High Water, 11 min. past 11 Forenoon.-27 min. past 11 at Night. ~- "I High Water, 45 min. past 11 Forenoon. St. Lawrence. High Water, 10 min. past 12 Morn.-36 min. past 12 Aft [ GARDEN.-Plant Potatoes .for a Summer crop, for which purpose they are best cut. Prepare ground for Peas and Beans for a late crop. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITiH ThlE VARIATION.S OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUES. 49-58. 51-55. 48-57. 48-58. 49-57. 45..-56. 47--50. FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. SHOWERY. FAIR FAIR F...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, FEB. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

:IIOUSE ,OF. bCMIONS, FEB. 10. Ma. TIEanrE, from the Tax Office, brought up a re turniof the Assessed Taxes. Ordered to lie on the table. T SUTRY LAWS. Ma. SEROEPNTI ONSLOw gave notice that on Wednes day he should move for leave to bring.in a Bill to repeal the Usury Laws. (Hear,. hear.) Ma. Bsacn presented 'a petition from the inhabitants of Nottingham complaining of. the lamentable,state. of trade, and the consequent distress and privation under which they were now suffering. The Ion. Membe; stated that be had visited the place, and he could bear witness to the truth of the assertions contained is the petition. There were many skilful mechanics, who, in better times, had been enabled to maintain their .familig decently, and afford 'themluixuries, hol were npw com pellud to work n.. the roads an with difficulty earned onewshilling a da.. Th.ey ascribed the distress under which they were labouring to thep partialoperation of the Corn Laws. There were Gentlenmen who had asserted that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

£0 0 o d- y effected at my Sh?p, u - e2aiduered . Strling Obligatfonu on. Spanish Dollar, "i1 u flfng add' Fourpence ea., I for Value received. 1e Payable at No. 72, George 'Street;, Sydne r B. Id TO THE PUBLIC.' :? T is moat particularly requested, that all Persaosnfill ttal~ Ntr u tiweof the above, and that GIodi reltSoldidthr.ftad, C .Girb a;. therefore Orders cannot be compliediwit hunles tihe' Mo. i panries them, as people are becomingsvirybad Payers.i c hc4- .: ig may now be had as it is for Cash only .. : . re Among which are, Tea, 2s. 6d. per lb. good Green.; Fine'wbite Sugar, Gd. per lb. ; Good Brazil obacco, 3s. 3d. per lb.; Good Salt Beef, Salt Pork,. Wine, and other Goods, equal yl chea i LL Out-standing Debts will be handed over to6861fetot,'iftiV 'less paid within Two' Months from this DaMy. .. B. LEVýE.. te JUST PUBLISHED, Mers " ""AND MAY' B HAD OFr ':A': 0 Messrs. RAPSEY &:MITCHELL, George Street,: Sydn4* r* ' PRICE, TWO SPANISH DOLLARS, ;o T.HE WHOLE of the...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

rSYDNEY MARKETS. THE depression .noticeable in the Market. last Week, was, still more evident yesterday.. An unusually limited supply of, Wheat, and.that not of the finest description, was brought into ' Market, .for which buyers were shy; in price ther'e was but' slight variation from the last quotations. About 700 B3ish'els of Maize, and 150 of Barley, found less' difficulty in ineetin bidders. Cattle to the number of 40 sold briskly, and at':a good rate.--Other marketable produce differed little fLomt lat' prices. pBUSHELS OF WHEAT SO.LD. 60 at 8s.-72 at 78. 6d,-132 at 78.--59 at 6s. 9d.-80 :at 6r;, 6d.-30 at 6Ga 3d.-40 at 6s.-'total' 473 Bushels. Wheat from 6s. to 8s.-Average on total sold'.7s. per BusheL. Maize from 2s. 3d. to 3a. Barley. 3a. to 4s. 3d But. ter from 2.. to 38. 6d. per lb. Cheese from 10d. to Is. 6d. Eggs from is. 3d. to I18. 6d. per dozen. Fowls from ;3a. 6d. to 4s. 6d. per couple.. Ducks from 3s. 3d,. to 4s. '9d.. Geese from 11 . to 14s. 6d. Turkles from 10s, ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AitRvlvALS.--On Saturday last arrived from Launceston, "'which she left the 21st ult. the brig Fame, Captain Cromarty, with a. cdrgo of sundries. Passengers, Mr. Nowland, Mr. Thomas Lucas, Miss Balstone, Mr. J. N. Inches, and Robert Smith. THo brig Amity arrived yesterday evening, with 139 prisoners from Port Macquarie.-The Government brig Mary Elizabeth may be hourly expected with the whole of the prisoners that are to be brought up to Sydney from that settlement for the present. The Amity has experienced very bad weether off that harbour. She lost an anchor and cable in the roads, and reports the Mary Elizabeth to have struck heavy on the bar, when obliged in the satne~gale to run tnto the harbour, for shelter. DEPARTURES. -On Saturday last sailed for London direct, the ship Lady Rowena, Captain Russel. (For lading and ex port manifest, see another column.) --On Sunday last;, for Liverpool direct, the brig Nereus, Captain Clements. (For lading &c. se...

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HOUSE OF LORDS, WEDNESDAY, FEB, 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

HOUSE OF LORDS, WEDNESDAY, FEB.,16. . Ma. DENISOI, from the House of' Commons bro ught Sa message requesting their . Lrdships that Lord Middleton might be allowed to be examined as a witness in the case of Franks. LORD GIFFORD, as Deputy' Speaker, .informed Mr., Denison that their Lordships would retyrn an angwer by, a Messenger of their own. NEGRO SLAVERY. T.a EanrL of ILC.HESE.. presente4 a petition .from the inhabitants of 8.t. Neot's, in the County of Hulting don, praying fr the ?eabolitien of, Slavery,; ..Lacd.on the table.'. ' .. . . '. IRIsH POOR. . TBe EARL OiO DARNILEY, advertingi to What .hd been said on a former night respecting the state of the Poor, of Ireland, observed that the subject was one of great', importance, and though he deprecated the introduction of f the English system of Poor Laws into that country, yet : he thought that in any civilized country persons ought: not to be rsegpdjto die of actual want., He had read that' very morning in an Irish paper an acco...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY, FEB. 9, COUNTRY BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

PARLIAMENTARY i1NTELL'IGENCE. HOUSE OF 'COMMONS, THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 'COUNTRY BANKS. 'MR. HuMk : moved for an .a·tcoutt of thle number 'bf Country Banks issuing notes, that had become Bank Irupts since January 1816, up to the present time, stating the place where the Banks were established, the number of partners in each bank, the amount of 'debts proved against each, and the amount percent of dividends paid or declared upon each, as far as the same'can be ascer tained. The Hon. Member stated, that he had submitted ,the motion to the Treasury, and as far as it went they thad no objection. The object he .had in view, was to -lay before the House,' if' possible, the amount which the public' service had suffered by the failure of country 'banks' The opinion at present existing was extremely "erroneous. He was desirous, that before there was any 'hange,' it should be ascertained what really the public 'had lost. He could not conceive that any Hon. Member Scould object to knowing the facts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

GOVERNMENT NJOTICE, " . ý1, 4 -OLOWrL• 6CRETAY's' OFF'z - ,8,i . fTHE GOVERNOR has been plased tf apprve of tl J following alterations in.the Police:- Parramatta.---Hugh .Wallace Hasack, to be Constable, e cek Hugh Taylor, dismissed for*improper conduct. Ap pointment to bear date the 13th instant. Liverpool.--Frederick Meredith, sen. to be * District Constable, vice John' Moss resigne~l. Appointment to bear date the 15th instant. . ' 4ppin.--Malachy 1fyan, to be chief Constable, vice John Malony, dismissed. for:' improper conduct. Ap pointment to bear date the 9thi instant. Argyle.--Jacob Roughton, to be Constable and Goaler, vice William Barry, removed to the vicinity of Goulburn Plains. Appointment to bear date July the 28th. Wallis Plains..--:James Russell, dismissed for highl? improper conduct. * By His Excellenc,'s Command, '. - ALEXANDER VM'LEAY.' PUBLIC NTICE,. HE undermentioned Persons:shave obtained Certifi _- cates of Freedom during the, la'st Veel, ".viz : r ) .. .·Mtthew...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   IT was certainly very amusing for the Judge. of Van Diemen's Land to leave poor Mr. Oakes in the middle of his speech--but we questioned when we had done laughing whether thie joke was not inconsistent with the rights of the subject.--We have always understood that every man however mean his condition, may move a British Court of Justice when it is sitting; and that to refuse to hear him is as much beneath the dignity of the Court as it is contrary to law. As, Judge Pedder bears a high character for talent and conduct, we consider this affair perfectly mysterious. WE are happy to hear of "The Manufactory at New     Town" for making Extract of Bark for the use of the London Tanners.-The average price of Cattle at Auction, is 10 Guineas-we suppose the word cattle means cows. For immediately afterwards it is noticed that the highest price cows fetched was 20L. 10s. Cows are selling every Friday in Sydney of superior quality to...

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HALF-YEARLY MEETING OF THE PROPRIETORS OF THE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 4 August 1826

HALF-YEARLY MEETING OF THE PROPRIETOR6 OF TIHE BANK. ON Friday sen'night the Proprietors of the Bank met to hear the dividend for the half-year ending the 30th; ult. declared. They listened to the calculations of the Directors from 12 o'clock till 3, when at length after deep investigations into the principles of the rule of three, direct and inverse, the profundities of fellowship, and the depths of algebraic equations, it was pronounced with particular self-complacency among the calculators, to be a dividend of neither less nor more than 40 Dollars to those who had paid up stock to the amount of 501. and of 24 Dollars to those who had paid up stock to the amount of 301. This dividend is at the rate of about 40 per cent. per annum. We prognosticate that the profits of either Bank next year will not exceed 20 per cent. The aff'airs of the old Bank have considerably improved in their aspect since the last Meeting. The liabilities are reduced and the means increased. A long desultory ...

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