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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

MEMORIALS, PETITIONS,. CONFIDE:'Ti7'Jl? f WR. WITINGS, PUBLIC AND RP1P T',`f'o" iRd RESPONDENCE, 4,c. Lt.lO obviate the frequent comrblaiht ; i .L thle:obscurity, inaccuracy, add ftolixity of pUllic documents, memorials, petitiiots correspondence, d&., (some of whieht akie.founid 'frivolOus and uurt'necessllary: troublesomn to the autborities to whtni. they are address .ed) a Gntlenatin of Uckno^vlIedged literary talent, and perfectly conversant wiUh the rPe quisite firmis of such compo sitions, bad been e icouraged to offer his n rvice- to the public, in the preparation and for iing of. all ,such insrument?,' with brevity, per-picuity., ain. promptitude. .For thie plurpose, an office witl. . Ine opened "onV l~qpday, the 0th instant, and .,ttendance: will' be. given daily, at' the. lato ofjice 9f the 'hurch and School Corporation i the ecorper oft .Eliatbeth and ?ing.-atreets, 'opposite the Court-'house,. froan t e htars.of 'ten, 6'Clo0e in the: morning, till thr .? in . the...

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THE RACES AT PARRAMATTA. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

THE RACES AT PARRAMATTA. FIRST DAY. The first Race-meeting of the Government Au stralian Racing and Jockey Club, was held on Wed esday. As may be supposed, the town was all alive on the occasion, as attendance at these races;.was considered by all ranks no small proof of attachment to the present dynasty. 'By noon a pretty large concourse of persons, had as sem bled, hut" there was " no note of preparations, till one o'clock, and then the grooms were seen exhibitingthe horses, parading them on the course in their fine clothes. At length, about 20 minutes and 24 seconds after one, the booths gave up their fives 'and tens, nay some .a score, all the knowing ones being obliged to leave their lunch, and to crowd .to the starting post to see the horses uncovered, the Jockeys dress and weighed Five horses started for Governor Darling's cup. It was twice round the course, the best of heats. They came in the following order. Air. Lawsonis . c. Spring Gun, ag. 3yr. 1. 1. Sir J. Jamison's c. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

..,] . . .. . ' L$OVEIR THIS SEASON, SýOQii NDON, HUVNTER'S RIVER. - ?erms, .. y"or.'eacb :Mi re, 1 01: Ste. Groom's Fee included. THE BAY HORSE "TOSS . " 15iatids 2"inches high, tPaled in 1822; VIITTAS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by Gohunna,.her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, 'oidpecker, Everlasting bly Eclipse, &c. &c. rFde Stud Book, Vol. 3. Bourbon was got by :Sorcerer,.. dam by Pre-.. sipitate, her dar b HigIlflyeir out of Tiffany, by.. chipse,. &c.---?de .,Stud, Book, page 289, F 1.2. - - . -"ohanna was got by Meretry, dam by Herod, . her dam Mtaiden by Matcliem, &c. &c.--Vide, Stud Book, pae: 151, Fol. 2. - PERFORMANCES in 1827. "iVewmarket lst Spring Meeting, Monday, April 30th, 1827. "_: `anidicap -'sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. Sord Southampton'sb. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. 10 lbs. - ' - .. - I Mr. Wyndham's bl. c, Black.Swan, 8 at. 6 lbs. 2 -. Lord Darlington'8 Abiop, 9st. 51b.; Mr. Howe's Ski...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

1'bppjing *ntteJlt 'eit. Arrivals.-On Wednesday from Two Fold Bayp brig Ann, Captain Bennett; cargo, 60 tons ofi$(. whalebone, &c. Thursday, the Nereus brig, a Rapsey, with a cargo of 55 tons of Sperm oiltt Nereus had been out Ao more than eight montbsta* had to put back to port for provisions; she reip"t having signalized the Sisters and another whale?; £A well. Same day, from Launceston, the" FW~il. schooner; lading, 2,000 bushels of wheat, and 0' seal skins. Same day, the F/amingo schoonerfro? s Launceston; cargo, 800 bushels of wheat, wool;fayry skins, and potatoes. This day, the brig Mary Briz beth from Port Macquarie; also the Lord Litakpo Governor Arthur, and Hunter, from the Coal River Departures.-On Sunday last, the Brissdrith Mltt chant, ship, for the Isle of France. Monday, th Caroline, schooner, for Port Dalrymple,and onl 1nthf day, the Resolution, for the same place. Projected Departures.-This Evening the .esolutid for Launceston. To morrow the Denmark Hill, ft ...

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Hunters River, 30th Sept. 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

The rain during.the last fortnight, has al changed the appearance of the people and c tJ 'The wheat crops, which were to all apiearance up, have now assumed their most luxuriaiit and promise to reward the labour and anxiety fof agriculturists. The epi.ly pwheat howeVer caannot reckoned as shewing for more than two-ihiard an average, but the late is in full pe* Maize planting is going on very fast, and sho~td present drooping state of the weather coqtl must be attended with the fulfilment of our wish The cattle will soon share the genieral relief, real fat meat, may be confidently expected al Christmas. Sheep. may perhaps suffer by too m rain ; the wet and the new grass trying their c stitulntion. The Stock of swine is less than has b known for some year's, and it may require a se before any quantity of aged meat, can be brought market.-But our hopes are sanguine I .am Mr. .Editor, Your Obedient Servant.' - A. FARM

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

t.' ,.IGO . :'g" COVER: this season, that beautiful blood buy C'olt,- SLIGO, rising four years old. He stands 15- hands high and is allowed by the best judges, to be the handsomest and the most promising Colt in *he Colony. lie was got by that famous <thorough-bred horse Stride, dam out of Go ;Vernor .Bligh's Indiat mare called Betsey h-tigh;-. by old HECTOR. Terms:--Two Pounds fifteen shillings Stg. ' ro6mage include.: He will stand at the .Proprietor's, Mr. Gray ofCabramatta, at Par sraniatta, Kissing Point, Field of Mars, Pen Saut Hills, Liverpool, Ciampbell Town, &c. -very succeeding "ninth day during the sea ' n. All mares to be paid for on the 20th 'of J:inuary, 1829. 1.; " B.--Any .Gentlemen wishing to send 'their mares to Mr. Gray's paddocks, will iae tbenzfe r?egtilarly 'attended to, at 6d. per "week aheb 'Hare. ,: :, r ALADIN. RHIS pure Persian.Horse, lately imported ' : f'rot the'Gulph, will stand during this ',season ?t the Stables in George Street, ad...

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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 — 6 October 1828

MEMORANDUM FOR TTHE ENSUING WEEK. VArIAtIONS CF THERMOMETER, &6.' &C. TAKEN AT 7, IN TH e MORNING,12. AT. NboON'D,'AN 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. ' 18th Sunday after Trinity. High Water 40 m. p. 5 morn.---14 min p. 6 o a {Evening. , "I Sun rises 46 m.p. 5.--Sets 14 m. p. 6.' I 4? I HigNihWater,; 46 m. p, 6 Morn.-20 m. p. 7 I Night. SI High .Water. 41 m, p. 7 Morn.-8 Night. S I High Water, 15 m. p. 8 Morn. High Water, 30 min.p. 8 Morn.- 54 mn p. ;n ', 8 Night. . ., New Moon 23 min..p.1i0 F)orenoon. , 'T- High Water, 15 m. p.. 9 Morp.37, m. p. . 9 Night. .2 .jI ?Igh Watke, 10 Fornoon--48m.p. '10 Nigi? THURSDAY ...... 5976 7N. iie' Av ?...,,. 9874'69Do. Do. ,oAY. .... .. 64 76162Do. pDo.., SUNDAr .......... 168 7972 S. E..Do ' MNoAY .,..... 70187176N.W.Do. TUMSDAY 7... .... 72 85 171 Do, Cloudy D . 72 7t . ..: Do,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

We:bieg to. inform our, Subscribers both in town and country, they must consider the delivery of their News puapers by us fo the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, and to our news-carriers as regdrds our friends in :Town, a valid delivery to. them in law respectively; the .same as if put into their own hands. :Subacribers. who do not receive. their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter ; (pot paid).Q~d, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But wet ill n'ot be ansuwerable for the delivery of our Journal in a more effectual man ner tI/an thus set forth. This is the condition on, which we sell our Journal, and-of which we hereby request all our Sublcribers to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, 'normake any "sttlement" on accoiunt of the Proprietor of 'this Journal, without demanding, a PRINTED receipt signed by him in;ijs ownt pioper :and writing.. r Money piaid on his account withouti such receipit, will not be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

N Addition to the reward already offe by theSank of Australia, of Oie'Hu?y" dred Pouuds and a Free Passage to England4 together with the Absolute Pardon, to any Prisoner. of the 'Crown, promised by His Ekeellency the Govehnor, on the Apprehen sion and Conviction'of any Person or Persons concerned in the late fRobbery of the Bank, the Directors further offer a Reward of Five PerCent, on the Amount of all Notes or Coin recovered and delivered up to the Managing Director. S THOMAS M'VITIB, Managing Direct. . Bank of Australia. 1 'Srd September, 1808. J .BANK OF AUSTRALIA. IN Consequence of many Parties in Towti J having continued to receive and circulate the Old Notes of the Baik of Australia, after the Public Notices of:Monday and Wednesday last, a Measure which is equally opposed to the Wishes of the Directors of a Public In stitution, as it is calculatcd tb defeat the Ends of Justice ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That from and after Monday next the 2%nd Igstant, all~at present holdipg t...

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REX. v. E. S. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

uro? ??ri Hs Honor . ;t the Attorney 'ib.3 "tthe i Venierable Thomnas :--bqoes Scott, Archdeaec of New South Wales, asst t Mr. Edw~. rSmitd Hall, Proprietor and editor of the Monta .. ..l,. 'The inform'attoa being read, the Defendant pleaded Not Guudty. ;The libel was as follows. iaO the Aci deacem was tbe subsequent Stamp-act Si"a ~ T.Ae rClq nOt4. bglieve to this day, that Gene Stooud not have .,4t e( such an attack .io t is fl e o SlI;n. dk, 0 'ut for Mr. -Scott. I a p.-ac? therefi re, crouned the trchdeacon's Vin= may.ilrr . He had SCeen unpopular as Mr. Bigge's *etl The Stramp-act made him regarded as a ei:t"r.,i.;~.'3y to the liberties of ,Vew South Wales than r. ? '2tth?th-r imsef; asud of the -tuio, the latter is less unpoIptla Ht~ sti fe redtchdeacon. Mr. M'Arthur as awoarded to hiAt BiLe ofJ 'talent, petseverance, asd cohisistelW3. In all these Mr. Scott is. considered deicident." *" T"hen erl of St. James's Church, under the direc tion of ihB Ministey of thtePharlsh the R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

TO ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, ANDf AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. e efeelit adutoyweowetoourselves_ 'Ye sgard t t"'ei? cantite part of :our labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, Landholders, Merchants, Settlers, Pound-keepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the public Journals' of this Colony, the superior advan tages of their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over th'eir advertising exclu siEely, in Journals, one of which publishes three times a week, and the .other 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, f/an Advertiser choose to publish 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 jbr one of' the two. But where is the use of his laying out his noney in both these Journals, whose rapidity of publica ti b .brings his ka4-tgingA to com".. pletion in ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

THE MONITOR.       MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1828.   THE concerns of the Agricultural Corporation of Port Stephens, do not seem to thrive so well   as they did. Among a variety of causes, the principal, doubtless, has been the drought. The sheep, from 15,000, are reduced to 10.000. The cattle and horses are nearly as badly off, but not reduced in number in proportion. Between two and three hundred fat bullocks, and some fat sheep       have been lately purchased by Mr. John McArthur of Mr. Scott of Hunter's River and others, to supply the people with meat, the Compahy's bullocks being too lean to slaughter. Of forty acres of wheat at Burrell district, the seed will not be gathered. At Stroud they have 200 acres of   wheat, unfenced. Cattle, the kangaroo, and the   drought, have ruined the whole. Mr. McArthur is of opinion, that to plough and sow any more, until ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

SYDNEY MARIKETS. Average price on quantity. sold .- Wheat 18s. Stg'.-Maize I is. Od.-Barley I Oats Os. Od.--Pine Flour, 40s. sterling per 1 lbs.-Secoads do. 37a.Od-Bread 9jd per loaf.--Potatoes 18s. per cwt -Fresh Butter. per lb-Salt do. 2s. 6d.-Beef 2s. 8d. stone-Mutton 3s. 4d. do.--Pork 4s. , Onions 6d. per lb.-Fruit~:lear, Vege do,-Hay x..17 per ton-Straw I 10s. No. 81 George Street -8dpey New SorA I EDLTBDi , PRINIED,' AND PUBLISHED, BY THU PROPRIBTnr , EDWARDI SMITIV ALL. t. . 1

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

4'bippft1! dh geittwi o.. I Arrivalr.--On Tuesday the ship Mary Hope, Cap. Farmer, Liverpool 2pth March, Cape Good Hope 23rd July, with a general cargo. Same day the brig Blues, Captain Blues, from Rio de Janeiro 24th June, with a cargo of Tobacco &c. Same day the ship Ephemina, Captain Harper, India, 24th May, Hobart Town, 26th September, with a cargo of tea, &c. On Wednesday. the ship Sir Joseph Banks Captain Frazer, Cork; 11th May, 129 free woman, wives and families of prisoners. On Friday the ship Competitor, Captain Steward Lon don 13th June, 99 female prisoners, Surgeon Super intendent Dr. Hunter, R. N. Same day the barque Lucy Ann, Captain Powditch, for Norfolk Island 2nd Instant, with a cargo of sundries. Departures.--Oct. 5th, the schooner Resolution, .o Port Dalrymple; the ship Dermnark Hill, for the' Cape of Good Hope ; the sloop Fanny, for New'Zea land and Basses Straits ; the brig Elizabeth, for New Zealand ; Oct. i6th, the ship Sarah, for Hobart Town ; ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. MILITARY BARRACKS, October the 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, MILITARY BARRACKS, October the 6th. As you are an attendant at St. James's, lbeg to state, what, if considered corect, will, I am sure be reme died, if it admits of a remedy. The past winter, I and , others often suffered from the windows of the Church being open on both sides, when there was a strong current of air. But we did not presume to complain because we considered it better that we should Watch cold, than that ladies should faint for want of sufficient ventilation. Siuce the winter has gone by, I have i perceived a disposition to elose the windows too much. This I doubt not'has arisen from the best in- . tentions. Perhaps some person complained of too much air. Last Sunday however,, was very~. close, and the windows were entirely shht on one'" side, and nearly all closed up on the other ; hence:' several ladies fainted. It appears to me, that the re-, gulation of the windows, as to opening and shuttina during divine service, should in this...

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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 — 11 October 1828

. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIAIONS Q1' TUBEIMOMETER, &C. &C. ,TACEN AT.7 IN TUR.MORNING, 12. AT NOON, AN*D , IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. High 'ater 35 m.. p. 1Q morn.---48 min p. Sl IQNight. " Sun rises 39 m.p. 5.-Sets 21 m. p. 6. High Water, 11 m. p. i1 Morn.-27 m. p. 11 Night. E~4 High Water 45 m, p. 11 Morn. High Water,, 10 m. p. 12 Morn.-36 min. p 12-Afternoon. SHigh Water, 6 mi. p. 1 Morn.--33 m. p. 1 1 Afternoon. First Quarter of Moon, 52 main. p. 4,Aftern +- (- fHigii Water, 2,Morn.-28 m. p. 2 Afteru. .. t High Water, 59 min. p. 2 Morn.-32 Iin. p. I j b 3 Afternoon.p2 TI'URAnDAY ...... 72 85 68N.. W. Fair FRPaDAky.......... 8 76 .51Do. D. S4TURDAY........ 12 70 ' Do4 Do. SuNnv ........ 58 69601N. E. Do. MoNDAY . 5217 65 Do. Do. TUsD&aY 5....... 72 65 Do. Do WEts EBDAYv...... .: 6 75 69 Do. Do.

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[EXTRAORDINARY SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOURNAL DE ST. PETERSBURGH, MAY 24.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

[EXTRAORDINARY SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOI'RNAL DIS ST. PETERSBURGH, MAY 24.]. ' D" ST. PETERSBURGII, May 24.-His Majesty tzie Emperor received on the 18th, at Tiraspol, a report; from Count Whittgenstein, dated 16th May, whichb contains the'following details. . " The city of Bucharest was occupied on the 12th by the vanguard of the' 6th Corps of Infantry, comn manded by Major General Baron Geismar. The movement.' executed .with.so mcuch. rtpidity, has pre vented all hostile attacks, and saved the capital of Moldavia from the ruin with which it was threatened by the Turks. ' ' . '" Sincd our troop's` have approached 'Brailow, the enemy has attempted several inconsiderable .sallies, in which he has always been.repulsed with much Joss ; there has not, however, been ,any action of impor, tance." .:.: . His Majesty gave' a dress party at his palace, in St. James's, on Wednesday .evening, on which occaiiion the King was pleased to command the attendance of the pupils of the Royal Academy of mu...

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FRENCH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

FRENCIH, 1Al'1RS. - S[FROPI THE GAZEI1E QE FRA!NCY. DATED WED NFISWAY, J'UN'E' 11:3 PARIS,. June, Q.O-_W@, ave recived the fulloving lctter from~a ('mtanztnonlevz " xife fllowing nre r edeclaatloswtucbri rg R a; E. q :0 ha bag,--e ini the nntne of ttº : Sulthnr. o Id n-M~b .f nW ,r r - .,eter of the Netherlands, and to .de eýCanits, and which hek-as i.repea4'to. M.'d nfeils :- Al1W Treatises with theE Poweea.are in the eyes of , the orte, as sacredas t ; lttty of Alet mann must, therefore, be executed, anb ti si n of this, subject will shortly appear. France, England, and Russia have concluded a'conventions relative to.. Greece, which Is.contrary to lslamism. Notw as Islas mism is immnuitable, and the Porte is, however, dispo sed to negociate on the basis of the Treats of the 6th July, it is necessary to modify'that Convention as far as maybe." . ,... The Augsburk Gazetidi ontains the following artil cle.--" The Emperor oP Ris'sia will go to. Bucharest, where he is expected on the 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

TO COVER_ THIS SEASON, 4 AT GLENDONr, HUNTER'S RIVER. 7 For each MareI 01. St .- Groom's Fee included. 'ITHE BAY HORSE 15 ,hands 2 inches higli, f?aled in 1822; I TAS'got'by Boirbon, dam. (.Tramp's dam) by VrGohanna, her damr Fraxinella by Trenthaim, Woolpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c.- C Vide Stud Bopk, Vol. 3. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam. by Pre. e: cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of .Tiffany, by Eclipse,; &c .&c.-Vide Stud Book, page. 289, g Vol. 2. d Gohanna w\as got by Mercury, dam by Herod, b Ser dam •.Maiden by Matchem, . &c c.--Vide Stud Book, page, 151, Vol. 2. . b .PERFORMANCE'S in, 1827. tl NVennarket Ist Spring Meeting, Monday, .pril 30th, b . :,. ?1827. . . *. Handicap sweepstakes of .10 sovereigns each,, a for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. tl Lord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. SlOibs - - . Mr. "yndham's bl. c. Black Swan,, 8 et: 6 lbs.' 2 Lord Darlinnton's Abion, 9st. 51b.'; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; -1f...

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NEWS BY THE COMPETITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

NEWS " 3Y THE COMPET±TOR. THE Competitor female convict Transport, arrived ycsterday, and brings us-London papers to the 13th of June inclusive. Rumour reports, that a new Sheriff and a new Clerk of the Council have been nominated by the King's Ministers. We have hunted for the new Act for-N. S. Wales, both in the Lords and Com mons, but can see nothing of it. We happen not to have received papers of the latter end of May. It may be in them. Still it is not impossible the bill came to the same untimely end as its God-father, Mr. Huskisson, and was compelled to become defunct. Mr. Huskisson it seems, voted against his Col leagues on a question which would-be patriots make a deal of,. but which we consider of no earthly importance, and then made a sham resignation. lihe Duke of Wellington, glad to get rid of his Whig friends, insisted upon it lie was in earnest; and'when poor Mr. Huskisson assured his Grace he had only exercised the usual forms of courtsey; tie Duke told him plainly, ...

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