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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

TieEL L EbVEE. -His Majesty held a, levee on h bon, at $St Jawmesa Palace; which t ie favourable stadteof?Lte weather, -and-the 'rarfs, of; the- occurrence, but principally, we be le, owing to.the anxiety of the nobility and gentry toapay their respect to our Sovereign, was very nu merously attended.. -At half-past: ne, -the Horse Gnards drew up before Athe eastern avenue of the Palace, with their band playing martial airs, and a long string of carriages commenced setting down company. The Foot Guards were drawn up in the 'Palace-yard, St. James's-street ; and the members the Royal Family,.Foreign .Ambassadors, his Ma eaty's Ministers, and such. of the nobility as have the privilege of entrec, .commenced arriving at the w'estern avenue. Amongst them, we observed his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester ; Prince Po lignac, the French Ambassador ; Prince Esterhazy, he Austrian Asibassador, accompanied by Baron ewman land Prince Schwartzenberg; Prince Lieven, - ?he Russian Anmbassador...

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

r'O ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND .:" .,AGE'TS OF, SHIPS IN 'PARTICULAR. We feel it a duty we owe to ourselves, in regard to the mercantile part of ,our 'labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, ,Landholders, Merchants, Settlers, 'Pound-keepers, Mechanics, and other 'Advertisers i, the public Journals of this Colon~, the superior advan ,tages of their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, in Journals, one' of which publishes three times a week, and the Qther 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 Advertisement to the end of three weeks:. Thus,.J an Advertiser choose to pibhlish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co-: lony, let him, ('i he like) choose the Gazette or the Australian for one of 'the two. . But where is the use of his laying out his money in both these ,Jour.nals, whose rapidit yof publica ition ibngs his ia f-gtiu...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

* DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CRIMINAL COURT, MONDAY,-Before the Hon. the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Stephen, and Mr. Justice Dowling. Their Honors the Judges having spent about an .hour in consultation in chambers on a number of cases in which sentence had to be passed, entered the Court at eleven o'clock precisely, when the At torney General shortly after rose, and prayed the judgement of the Court on the prisoners, hereinafter named, and in the following order. Thomas Evans, was first placed in the dock. This prisoner had been convicted of receiving certain property belonging to J. Oxley Esq, Surveyor General knowing it to have been stolen. On the prisoner's behalf, Counsel moved an arrest of Judgement, which was complied with. Prisoner was discharged. John Welsh was next placed in the dock. Mr. Justice Stephen addressed the prisoner as follows. Prisoner at the bar. You have addressed to the Court a paper in the shape of a Petition, entreating of the Court a few days respite, in order...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) CHIT-CuAT.--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 original term of transportation has not ex pired, and how far the Colonial sentence can be en forced beyond the pericd '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 Act in Council regulating this matter. At the Pohlce Office, sixteen shillings and threepence sterling, is d...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 September 1828

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 Epglish 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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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

SYJNEY, MARKETS.' ', Average price on qurantity sotd ";= Wheat 18s.--Main Is. Od.--Barle 0$.' Od..- Fine Flour, 5Os. sterilih .per: i Ibs.--SecondR do. 44s. Od-Bread i per 2lb~ r Ioaf.--Potatoes 24s. per. cwt. .Fresh'ý3i tet' Gd per lIb--Salt do. 3e. Od. Na. 81 George Street ' Sydnep - Setp- .outh Wiv4 EDITEP, PrINiED, AND I'UDLI8J ED1, BY THE PIOPUIETOP, ~IVARD SMITH i U - ~

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

'ipp(ng fateHige nt s Arrivals.---On Sunday, the Sydney PacAke from thei, Cape, via Hobart Town, with a genera1 car0'o. S?a day, the Elizabatsh and M'Iary schooner, frot. Mc-.' quarie Island ; cargo, oil and seal skins. Monda ,, the ship Tig"er, from Vilparaiso; lading, .6,Q00 busstb of wheat, orses, mules, mules, &c. ?--- iu 'nn i mm m? I n W11 , II T nM , mr ,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

To' THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, s' 29ndemn aliquando a a a * * furenten " a elacia, selus auselantem, pestem patrice nefarid " m lientem, vobis at?ue Auic urbi ferru?n Flam " 9namque mnitdtantem,. ex urbe vel ejecimus, vel S~' emnsPimus, vel ipsum egredieutem verbis prosecuti " sunus."-Cicero. THE present state of the. Colony is most deplorab ble.--On every side of us we perceive some pre ventative to our prosperity,. some restriction on our inherent liberties- 1accdnzpanied by a 'general pecul niary distress.' and the failure. of our agricultural ,esources. We observe with suppiressed indignation, a 's~ytem of Goverirnent, from which, .more or less, the Colonists -have a, rightto .conclude upon the ap proximation of ,slavish dominancy: "Instead of an 'enlargement of outr immunities, which was generally ,and fondly anticipated, and which consoled the peo: ple in. the temporary absence of those municipal biesings which iii tlier native land they experience; wve'discover;,as the r...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

m.rv lutic Intelligence continued.) .. J Malachi Ryan, late of'A ppin, butnowof Sydney, lately took a trip to his farm to put in a crop of corn, taking with.him a man for that purpose. On the night o( Slis airi il, just as'he was gone to bed, seven armed - men came to the hut, four of whom opened the door n mind entered, dethanding " grub." All were armned With muskets and guns, two with bayonets fixed. i?yan told them he had none. -They- said he had S'rought 500lbs of flour fromnSydney. The proceeded -'to plunder.. Two of ,them went to Ryan's bed, and :;after covering his head with.the blankets, the others began :to carry away. .,They , stole 250 lbs of flour, 10 lbs. of tea, 2 bars of soap. a quantity-of wearing apparel, 1 pair of shoes, 1: pair half boots, the horse with the saddle and a .headstall, and a: silver £ watch. They then bound Ryan and his two servants with ropes, and departed, first looking the door. They stabbed one of the dogs who was fierce.' Ryan knows one of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

SALE. BY' AUCTION. BY Mn. S. LYONS. ON MONDAY 29th Instant, at 11 o'clock, at No. 75, George Street, without re" serve, 4 casks of Colonial pork, a quantity of bottled MusterrJ, Umbrellas, and numerous other articles. Terms.--Prompt payment in Sterling mo ney. SADDLERY AND HARNESS. By the Caroline. AT W. BOWEN'S 18, MARKET STREET. S ADDLES, bridles, and martingales Plated spurs, hunting whips Light horse-cloathin'g Shot belts, leather for cleaning plate. Gig harness Serge by the piece or yard Cheshire, Gloucester, Pine, and Colonial Cheese Butter by the.Lord Liverpool, weekly Gentlemen's coats, waistcoats, and drill trowsers Manilla hats Patent sheep shears With a variety of other articles LAMP OIL. T WOOD, has for Sale, a large quanti . ty of superior LAMP OIL, which is selling for the convenience of the public in any. quantity, at, TW?O SHILLINGS STER. -LING 'PR GALLON: N. B.-Refined LAMP OIL, at 3s. Sterling: per gallon, Paints, oil, turpentine &c. No. 2?, George Stieet, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

1r I page 1341; villHihe foumndthe trial in whick *the Parishioiei was Defende?it mnd the King at;: the instance of the Venerable Archdeaco, .Sc ptt wvs the Plaintiff. The Court seemed disposed to, entertain t~q question on the ground, of simply contract. The custom of St. James's seems to faw your ;the idea, that the pews of that Church un 'der Sir Thomas 'Brjsbane's Proclamation, are let 'for life ; because a PYew.Renter who under.. the net'arrangement of pews. was:removed to a new pew, was, on his remonstrance, allowed either to occupy again his old pew, or one which was more .eligibly situated than his old one. This shews," 'that thh Ordinary (if such there be in New South Wales) was conscious, that if he had the power to appoint, he could not dispossess or eject without conseht. THE " Paid" has been pleased to pronounce, that the last leading article in our Journal of the 20th Instant, was. not written .by the Editor of this Journal. We do not feel it politic to make. explicit ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

To TIlE EDITOR OF THE nMONITOR. SIR, I am not able to pronounce with decision, how far the law of England, as regards the important office of Coroper applies to the Colony of New South WDales'; but, unless prvisions to the contrary be made by the Colonial Charter, I cannot ulderstmild .o what principle of law or equity its tenures in this Colony should be different from that which- is.rxcog nized by the institutions of the-Mother Country. The olfiee of "Coroner," In England, is freehold; whether the appointment be by election or by com mission.' It does not terminate even with the demise of the Sovereign; who, when the Coroner has been duly sworn into his office, has no power by his arbi trary fiat, by his " Sic Nolo, sic jubeo ;" to dismiss or supersede him. That power is vested in the Court. of King's Bench alone, on proof of neglect of duty, incompetency, or malversation In.office. And this re gulation is highly proper; for, as it is a judicial ap pointment,.its Tenure ought not ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

To THE EDITOR OF TI'?E M·,ONITOR. SIR, * IN addressing to you a few hasty remarks, it may not be unnecessary for me here to premise, that I am not one of those who have been in the habit of amusing the public with their lucubrations through the medium of the new.spapers. But nevertheless, I have not been an inattentive nor altogether a silent ob server of. those who deserve well of the community, for standing forward independently and manfully to scrutinize and discuss the Acts of our far-famed Council---and in my opinion, you hlive all along de served no mean share of applause for so.doing, whenever you have considered their measures to militate against the general luterest of society;---but on no occasion have you appeared to more advantage than in your dissecting the late Acts of Council in the Fencing and Impounding Acts; the latter of which in particular; I cannot help pxronoumcing, to be one of the most inju dici'us that ever.cmanated from theh.b4y--.-dd comiwg -atnxioi a time...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) Mo pAy,--Patric, Troy qnd Joseph Bradley, were indicted for forging and uttering a certain instrument, signed and sealed, purporting to be a deed of gift of certain premises situate in. Kent Street, Sydney, from one Patrick Mo'Kew, deceased, to the prisoner Troy. T'he information. contained 'several other counts, hargipi the prisoners with intent to defraud the next g in tlie dece.sed, ;he Executors, sevesaJy p~a jointly, .the truatees and devisees, and such person or' persons to'whom the premises in question would by law belong,,at the death of the deceased Patrick Mac Kew. The Attorney General, assisted by Mr. Rowe, con ducted the prosecution. From the evidence adduced, it appeared, that some time in the month of July in 1827, a man named Pa trick M'Kew, who. resided in Kent Street, Sydney, died." The prisoner Troy, for sometime previously to the death of the deceased, resided under the same roof with him, but was seperated from the apart ments o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

MAJoR MITCHIELL is to occupy an elegant little cottage in Hyde Park, just finiahed. It is said that this active and scientific officer was as tonished to find so small a portion of the interior fit for the plough. He doubts the utility, it is said, of the niew plan of dividing the country into parallelograms, on account of the very irregular surface of New South 11 ales. TuH rains of the present week it is hoped, will save a gopd deal of the late wheats, so as to make them a tolerable drop. The ground is now in fine order for maize planting, and if we have a rainy summer, Corn will in blarch. be 2s. 6d. a bushel. We kg so infeir. eui stbeseit aSuikte u$bI is8 rcounstry they mu?t co?? der '? keit -dM ve lf Ot?e?, Spaper byptar, Me ia g?Lt sa ,i sad erS ri ?r our fiey ti tp f os, ac t'mar* .to' b n eit, wit. wa regard{ 04 . " v, " w . lu . : to them is . law l~F ,oe .emc Wi s) E into thesi ow,,s h6;hi iA w io i, c remedy the Cavil. But wew o he t anSweru a forthe delivery of4' ro'Tosu...

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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 — 27 September 1828

DrARY. M?MORANDUM FOR THE ENS?ING WEEBK. VARIATIONS OF ,THERMOMETER,' &C..: &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN. THB MIORNING 12 AT NOON! AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 17 Jth Sunday after Trinity. 4 4 c High Water 16 m. p.' IL mor;.-;-35 mitap. I, r Night. - Sun rises 53 m.p. 5.--Sets o m. p. ; 6. X Z I High Water, 56 m., p. 11 Forenoon. SHigh Water 29 mn p. 12 Morn.-4 ".. 2. Afternoon. [ High Water, 15 mi. p. 1 Morn.-55 pi.lf'. 2 Afternoon. : Last. Quarter of the Mqonr 12a m. n O .Morm n I High Water,.30 min. p. 2 Morn.--6 ?ak,p • ., 3 Afternoon., " - High Water, 33 m. p... 3 Morn.-5- m. p. 4 Afternoon. . I I H-igh Water, 36 mi. p. 4 Morn.--8 in. p. 5 Evening. THURSDAY ...... 58 64156 Fair' FRIDAY........... 4960 52Rai .SATURDAY........ 46 62 50 Do. SUNDAY. ..........4662 51 Do. MONDAY _ ......... 48 65 50 Do. TUESDAY ........ 52 65 56 Showery WE?NESDAY...... 60 72 63 Fair

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REX. v. E. S. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

RED v. E. S. HALL. Tins suit, which has excited so lively an inte, , rest not only in Sydney, but in every village in the Colony, came on for trial on Thi red..v. It was an information against Mr. E. S. Hall, a parish ioner of the Parish of St. Lawrence, Sydney, for a trespass in breaking the door of a pew previ. ously occupied by him in the Parish ChurCh of St. James, Sydney, after having received notice from the Registrar of the Archdeacon's Court, to quit the said pew. The Solicitor General conducted the case for the Crown. The Defendant appeared in person. The Solicitor General stated the facts'of the case, which were generally admitted by the De-' fendant, and coucluded a lucid but brief narrative, of .the case, by stating, that the information was I` brought to try the right, not to recover damages, and to convince the Defendant that a due submis sion to lawful authority was imperative upon him and all eothers. (But as the facts were all elicited from the evidences brought for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

SALES BY AUCTION BUN GARRABBEE ESTATE. BY MR. PRITCHETr, On Thursday, the Second of October, at 12 o'Clock, in the Market-place Parramatta, by Order of the Executors. T HE Valuable Estate called Bungarrabbeb, the Property of the late John Campbell, Esq. situated on the Great Western Road, about 10 miles beyond Parramatta. It con tains 2,000 acres of very excellent land, fen ced all round, has 250 acres cleared, four large inclosed paddocks, various stock-yards and piggery, a garden consisting of 8 acres with a great number and variety, of young fruit-trees well watered, and two creeks always supplied with 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 residence of the Family for some years before the building of the new house)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

TO COVER THIS SEASON, AT GLENDON, HUNTER'S RIVER.   For each Mare, 10l. Stg. Groom's Fee included. THE BAY HORSE   TOSS ; 15 hands 2inches high, foaled in 1822 ; WAS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by   Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c.— Vide Stud Book, Vol. 3. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre- cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by Eclipse; &c &c.—Vide Stud Book, page 289, Vol 2. Gohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, her dam Maiden by Matchem, &c. &c.—Vide Stud Book, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORMANCES in 1827.   Newmarket 1st Spring Meeting, Monday, April 30th, 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. 5lb.; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; Mr. ...

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TO MR. PEEL. On his project for changing the Law of England with respect to the detection and punishment of crimes. LECTURE II. Barn-Elm Farm, Surrey, 16th March, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

To MR. PEEL. On his project 4. cahanging the . Laz of England with respect to the detection and punishment of crimest. LECTURE II. Barn-Elm Farm, Surrey, 16th March, 1828. Mr. PEEL, I should now proceed to comment on your causes of the increase of crime ; and thefi to comment on your scheme for curing the evil by Scotch or French ]hw; but I am stopped in my progress by that which has, I dare say, stopped the circulation of these --- v - ?.:te ;'r..-b ai?n namely, the War which is now about to break ouiu tue eat? E iurope. This is a perfect God-send to the Reformers of Eng land. It will bring your system at once to the test: it will "expose it in such a way, that there will be hardly a man in the civilized world that will not point the finger of scorn at.this nation, unless it boldly in terfere against Russia ; and, if it do thus interfere, your, system goes to pieces like a crazy old ship upon the rocks. I perceive from'the tone of the ministerial " re porthers," whom the wise man o...

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