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UNITED STATES. Washington, December, 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

(From The New-York Adveriser of December thse 22nd, 1827.) UNITED STATES. Washington, December, 19. IN the Senate, yesterday, Mr. Robbins introduced a bill providing for the adjustment of controversies arising between the. States and the United States, which was read and passed to a second reading. The bill for " distribution among the several States a por * Ahna Brodie--nick-name for The Times. t Doctor Black---Mr. Black, Editor ofthO Morning Chroni'le. tion of the revenue of the United States' was refer red to a select committee of seven. Select committeer were also raised upon the claims of the surviving i~are' riors of the revolution, upon French spoliations, an'd' upon the resolution for the revisal and arrangement 5 the rules of the Senate. The bill authorietng the 1t. gislature of the State of Indiana to sell the landi here': tofore appropriated for the use of Schools, was ordertedi to be engrossed for a third reading. In the House of Representatives, Mr. Mitchell, Tennessee,...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

":U ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, ANI '? AGENTS OF 0 HIPS IN PARTICULAR. iefee A t.aduty weowe to ourselveS, 'n regard to the mercantile part of oitr labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, LandhoZler§, Merchants, Settlers, =":Poulnd-keepers, Mechanics, and other 4dvertisei* .in the public Journals of this Colony, the superior advan tages of their advert iusig"in a weekly paper," over"their a.dvertising excluL sively, in Journab; o`i of wic p"ilisheq three tismes, "ee1k;qirt Other ~ tice. '' : , ,.fo~ ,the saide price that the. Sydneyj A zGbett chairges an '-advertiser fori fpb bishihg Nis Advertisement three :ties in one woek. we carry, ozh.,hi) Advertisernent. to the end. of three weie s. T'hus, if an Advertiser choose tbpuzblish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated inthe Co lony, let him, (f he like) choose the Gazette-or the Australian for one of the two. But where is the use of his lamying out his money in. both,,thes' IJoui'nals, w4hose rapidily of publica lion brings ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 27, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

TILE MON. ITOR. A iURDAY ATE?RNOON, SR L iMkBh , 86;?". THE late and present rains have fallen just in, time to save to the farmers sufficient of their wheat crops to feed their own ,families, and to help pay the heavy debts their, disasters, on ac count of a two years' severe drought, have occa.. sioned theim; while such wheat fields as are not worth preserving, (and there are many such on the high lands of Airds, Bringelly, &c. &c.) are now in good order for-ploughing in the perishing stubble, in order to lie planted with maize. 'Ten days ago, a scarcity bordering on famine stared' us in the face. 'Now plenty bids fair to.crown.t the hind. Ten days ago, every farmer in walking: about his fields, sickened at the sight, and retired to his.heartless supper, to spend the evening in sighs, and the night in sleepless anxiety, pondering', the direful consequences of mortgages, execution s,? exposure in the public papers, biiliffs,, imprison-. ment, and all the horrors of ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 September 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE   CRININAL COURT, (Friday 19]-- Robert Aldich   Edward Madden, and Robert Smith, were severally in- dicted for a burglary in the dwelling house of the Honourable John McArthur, Esq. at the Cow Pas- tures, and stealing thereout various articles, the pro- perty of John Mullen, on the 30th of March last. John Mullen deposed, that he is an assigned servant to the prosecutor. On the night of the 30th of March last, his hut was robbed. He was in bed at the time. There were two boxes in the hut, one was his own, and the other belonged to Thomas Hayway. These things were in safety when he went to bed. Next morning he discovered the contents of the boxes had been stolen. The boxes contained articles of wearing apparel, and about eight or nine   shillings in money. It was a bark hut. The entrance had been effected by means of removing a sheet of bark, which had been laid against the building for the purposes of a door. It had no fas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. 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 Musthri, Umbrellas, and numerous other articles. .Terms.--Prompt payment in Sterling mo pey. SADDLERY AND HARNESS. By the Caroline. AT W. BOWEN'S 18, MARKET STREET. SADDLES, bridles, and martingales Plated spurs, hunting whips Light horse-eloathing - 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 LAM l% P OIL. T .W'VOOD, has for Sale, a large quanti o ty of superior LAMP OIL, which is selling for the convenience of the public in any quantity, at TWO SHILLINGS STER. LING PLR GLLON. N. B.-Refined LAIP OIL, at 3s. Sterling per gallon, Paints, oil, turpentine &c. No, 22, George Street, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

SALES BY AUCTION BUN GARRABBEE ESTATE. BY MR. PRiTCHETT, On Thursday, the Second of October, at 12 o'Clock, in the Market-place Parramatta, by Order of the Execuntors. T HE Valuable Estate called Bungarrabbee, the Property of the late John Campbell, E]q. situated on the Great W\estern Road, about 10 miles beyond Parramatta. It con tains 2,000 aeres 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 uumber and variety of young fruit-trees well watered, and two creeks always supplied with water runnintg through the farm. The house, built of the very best materials, and scarcely completed at Mr. Campbell's .death, consists of a dinin -rcom, drawing-room, and five bed rooms on the ground floor, and four small rooms in the upper story. Attached, is a most eiccilent kitchen or Servant's room (the residence of the Family.for some years before the building of the new hou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

"W:O COVER THIS SEASON, ..r QLENDON, HUNTER'S RIVER. F;i' eack Mare, 101. Sto'. Groom's Fee included. THE BAY HORSE TOSS " 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; " W ~TAS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c.- "de s'tud Book, Vol. 3. . ourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by Eclipse, &c &c.-Vide Stud Book, page 289, 'el. 2. Gohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, *her dam Maiden by Matchem, &c. &c.--Vide ,Stud Book, page 151, Vol. 2. PERIFORM ANCES in 1827. "Nefwmarket 1st Spring Meeting, Monday, 4pril 30th, 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for. Horses of all ages, A4b. m. Lord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, S st. 10 lbs. - - - 1 Mr. Wyndhim'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. fib.;...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

? (Dcasatic Intelligence c·ntinued.) MMalt Rya,lateof Appin,butnow of Sydney, lately oo k a trip to his farm to put in a crop of agrn, taking with him a man for thbit purpose. On the night of .is arrival, just as he was gone to bed, seven armed men came to the hut, fOut of whom opened the door "and entered, demanding "'grub.". All were armed ,with' muskets and guns, -two with bayonets fixed. -Ryan told them he had none. They said he had j.brought 5001bs of flour from Sydney. The proceeded to plunder. ' Two of them went to Ryan's bed, and ;:tter covering his head with the blankets, the otheis began to carry away. They stole 250 lbs of flour, 10 lbs of tea, 2 bars of soap. a quantity of rgearing apparel, 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair half boots, Ste horse'with the saddle and a headstall, and a silver eatch. They then bound Ryan and his two servants with ropes, and departed, first locking the door. They .stabbed one of the. dogs Who was fierce. Ryan knows one of the men so accurately as to s...

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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 — 29 September 1828

DI.ARY. M1BIORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIAlION8 CF THIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TIII MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN rUIE EVENING R' ESPECTIVELY. 17th Sunday after Trinity. SHigh Water 16 m. p. 11 miora.---35 min p. 11 r ' Night. Sun rises 53 m.p. 5.-Set 7 mi. p. 6. Sj ) ij High Water, 56 m. p. 11 Forenoon. I High Water 29 m, p. 12 Morn.-46 as. p. 2 m1 Afsernloon. ' - .... High Water, 15 mn. p. 1 Morn.-55- in. p. 2 Afternoon. Last Quarter of the Moon, 12 m. p.' 7 O Morn._ H, jigh Water, 30 muin. p. 2 Morn.--6 m. p. 3 Afternoon. - High WoVater, 33 mi. p. 3 Moern.-5 t?. n. 4 Afternoon. I I 1High Water, 36 in. p. 4 Morn.--8 m. p. 3 U | I Evening. THURSDAY ...... 58 6456 Fair FRIDAY.... ..........49 60 52 Ra SATURDAY........ 46 62 50 Do. SuNaY ........ .4662 51 Do. MoNDAY ........ 48 6550 Do. TuErDY .. ..... 5265 56 Shorery WVR??sv.AY...*. 60 72 63 Fair

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

To Tfl ] r E 'r'Uu OF TUn MUOCITO a. Sin, I am not abeI to pronounce with decision, how far the law of. England, as regards the important rp1lice of Coroner alpplies t) the CMlonv or New South Walks ; but, unless provisions to th? contrrary, b made by the Colonial Charter, I cannot understand on what principle of law or equity its tenures in.. this Colony should be different from that which is recog., nised by the institutions of the Mother Country. The office of " Coroner," in.Englad;, is freeAoldi 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 proler ;.for, as it is' a judicial ap-t pointment, its...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :-*r Wlheat 18s.-Maize 1 Is. Od.--Barley '10s.-Q. Os. - Od.-Fine Flour, 50s. sterling . per "lw lbs.-Seconds do. 45s. Od-Bread Is. pe?2r loaf.--Potatoes 24s. per cwt -Fresh Biatt' Gd per lb-Salt do. 3s. Od. No. 81 George Street Sydney Ner sr oth IJa EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUJJBLISHED, BY THIE PROPRILETOP, EDWARD SMITH HALL .

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

To TB eg DITOR OF THE MIONITOR. Ir 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 newspapers. But nevertheless, I have not been an inattentive nor altogether a silent ob server of those who deserve well of the comnn.unity, for standing forward independently and manfully to scrutinize and discuss the Acts of our far-famed Council---and in my opinion, you have all along de served no mean ,hare of applause for so doing, whenever you have considered their measures to militate against the general interest of society;---but on no occasion have you appear;ed 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 pronouncing, to bea one of the most inju dicious that ever emanated from the body--and coming at such a t.ioe too, ind...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

(Donmestic Intelligence continuad.) MONDAY.-Patrick Troy and Joseph Bradley, were Indicted for forging and uttering a certain instrument, piggpedand sealed, purporting to be a deed of gift of certain premises situate in Kent Street, Sydney from one Patrick Mc'Kew, deceased, to thle prisoner Troy. The information contained several other counts, barging the prisoners with intent to defraud the next y I tq hd" deqe&sed, the Executors, severqlly and jointly, the trustees 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, coln 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 spmetime previously to the death of. the deceased, resided under the same roof with him, but was seperated from the apart men...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

Arrivale.---On Sunday, the Sydney Packet, rom ,th Cape, via Hobart Town, with a general cargo. Sam~ day, the Elizabetth. and Afary schooner, from Mica quarie Island ; cargo, oil and seal skins. Monday, the ship Tig'er, from Valparaiso;. lading, 6,000 bushe I of wheat, horses, mules, &c. I ... ,I . ... Z? ?J .?

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 30). Colonial Secretary's Office, Sep. 23, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

GOVERMEUNT .ORDER. (No. 30). Colonial Secretary's Office, Sep. 23, 1828. H IS Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct, that the following Regulations, .under which Officers in His Majesty's Army and Navy, and Royal Marines, are permitted to re. eeive Grants 'of Land in this Colony, be published for the information of all concerned. . SThe Distinction whiceh is made in favour of SOfficers, with a view to encourage them to become SSettlers, consists in a Remission of Quit-rent, either wholly, or in part, according to the Length of their Service; but in other REspects, the ,Conditions, on which'the Grants are to be made are similar to those upon which Land is granted to Settlers in general. In the Case of Officers, a Remission of Quit e Rnint is allowed according to the following scale; viz. 1. Officers who have served Twenty Years and upwards, to be exempted from Quit-Rent for ever. 2. Officers who have served Fifteen Years and .upwards, but short of 7tcenty Years, to, be . ex . ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

" Why:4o .wersubinit,,and- pretend .not to see the " encroach tof other nations ? Why does our '- Governm aonp ar Zto e stricken dumb when it be 'p hoqldis .tlht which' would formerly, have. made it " spk a-infthe voices of t?inder? The -answer- is " fenad indthl DEBT, created by the Waterloo war. " The ansiwersis written in afigure of eight, with eight " cyphers to its right; and, posted up in Change-alley, " it there tells the King of England, dare newer to " halk of war again as ,lo~i as I'am its existence !" (Address to the Freeholders of Kejit, in REolsTan, 22d J.une, 1822.)

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

MAJOR MITCHELL is to occupy an elegant little cottage in Hyde Park, just finished. 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 new plan of dividing the country into parallelograms, on account of the very irregular surface of New South Wales.   THE rains of the present week it is hoped, will save a good deal of the late wheats, so as to make them a tolerable crop. The ground is now in fine order for maize planting, and if we have a rainy summer, Corn will in March be 2s. 6d a bushel. We beg to inform our subscribers both in town and   country, they must consider the delivery of their News-   papers by us to the Postmaster in Sydney as regards     our friend up the country, and to our news-carriers as regards, our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if pu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

IN page 1341, will be found the trial in which the Parishioner was Defcndcnt, and the King at the instance of the Venerable Archdeacon Scott, Was the Plaintiff. rThe Court sceined disposed to entertain the question on the ground of ?imple contract. The custom of St. James's seems to fa vour the idea, that the pews of that Church un-i der Sir Thomas Brisbane's Proclamation, are let for life; because a Pew-Renter who under the new 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 the 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 consent. THE " Paid" has been pleased to pronounce, that the last leading article in our Journal of the 20th Instant, was not written bIy the Editor of this Journal. We do not feel it politic to make, explicit answers to such a...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, " Tandem aliquando * *' * fiurentern "' audacia, celus auAelantenm, pestem patrice nefarii " molientem, vobis atque 4uic urbi ferrun& Flanm "' mamque mintantenm, e. urbe vel ejecimnus, vel " emisinus, vel ipsum egredieiutem verbis prosecuti Ssumus. "-Cioero. THE present state of the Colony is most deplora ble.-On every side of us we perceive some pre ventative to our prosperity;, some restriction on our inherent liberties-accompanied by a general pecu niary distress, and the failure of our agricultural resources. We observe with suppressed indignation, a •system of Government, from which, more or less, the Colonists have a right to conclude upon the ap proximation of slavish dominancy. Instead of an enlargement of our immunities, which was generally and fondly anticipated, and which consoled the peo ple' in the temporary absence of those municipal blessingd which in their native land they experience, wp discover, as the result of our loyal ...

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UNITED STATES. Washington, December, 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

(Frome The New- York Adeertiaar of December the 22nd, 18'27.) UNITED STATES. Washington, December, 19. IN the Senate, yesterday, Mr. Robbins introduced a bill providing for the adjustment of controversies arising between the States and the United States, which was read and passed to a second reading. The bill fer " distribution among the sqveral States a por * Anna Brodie--nick-name for The Times. t Doctor Black--I',r. Black, Editor of the Morning Ch ronicle, tion of the revenue of the United States' was refer red to a select committee of seven. Select committees were also raised upon the claims of the surviving war riors of the revolution, upon French spoliations, and .upon the resolution for the revisal and arrangement of the rules of the Senate. The bill authorising the Le- ' gislature of the State of Indiana to sell the lands here tofore appropriated for the use of Schools, was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading. In the House of Representatives, Mr. Mitchell, of Tenness...

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