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COLONIAL COTTON WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

COLONIAL COTTON WOOL. The following extract is taken from a letter from an emi nent Botanist of`GVasgow, to our worthy Colonial Botanist Mr. Frazier, a gentleman whose zeal for the interests of the colon: through his profession, is only equalled by that chearful and' obliging suavity of deportment, which makes him universally respected. Glasgow, January 26, 1826. MIY DEAR SIRn, As I know you would be anxious to get an opinion Ripon the cotton of which you sent me a sample, I put some of it at once into the hands of the best judge of that article in Glas gow. The opinion of all was decidedly in its favour: but that of Mr. Buchanan, (who is looked up to as the first man in that line here,) I consider of such consequence, that I have begged the written statement might be sent to you, together with such remarks, which might tend to any improvement in the commodity,.as might occur to him.. That gentleman was even at the point of getting some of it spun; and the different. kinds of thread...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LINES ON HEARING A LADY SING "THE SOLDIER TIRED OF WAR'S ALARMS." [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

ON HEARING A LADY SING "ThE SOLDIER TIRED OF WAR'S ALARMS., The Soldier, tir'd of War's. alarms., Still-lets his Fancy soar- When woman gives to- music, charms. It never knew. before ! The brazen Trumpet, loud and shrill,. Blown by the Warrior strong, Could not with such an ardour fill, As lovely.Woman's song !. And O ! who lives,, that oft alarm'd? Upon the Battle Plain, Would'not-to be again. so charm'd, Rush on-and fight. again! MIr. Tn: Chief Justice iecently observed in Court, that the pressure of business, executive and judicial, prevented his forming any systematic arrangements for the conve iient despatch of his duty. His Honor's health,. natu rally delicate, is evidently becoming again impaired, by intensity of application. A RESIDENT in Pitt Street remarks, that on Monday evening, some persons who were celebrating an Irish wedding, with the marrow-bones and cleavers, (still peaceable in their demeanour) were summoned by the posse comnitatus, and lodged in, durance vile ! A...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. THURSDAY, 'AUGUST 10. WILLIAM YOUNG and Dennis Rogers, prisoners of the crown, and absentees from their employ at Bathurst,, were. indicted for a robbery, on the 2d June last, on the person of Emanuel Gomer, a bush constable, attached to the station. Not Guilty. WILLIAM SILK of Sydney, a prisoner in the service of the crown, was indicted for a robbery on the 29th June last, on the. person of Mr. S. Clayton, silversmith of Syd- ney.-Guilty .-Remanded. THOMAS GALVIN of Lower Minto, free settler, stood indicted for having on the 10th of July last, when sum- moned to give evidence before a Bench of Magistrates assembled at Cawdor, in the county of Camden, refused to be sworn as a witness. The facts of the case, as stated by the Attorney Gene- ral and substantiated by the testimony of the Clerk of the Court, appeared as follows :-Fletcher, chief con- stable of Campbell-town, preferred a complaint against one Thomas Campbell for selling spirits without a li- cense,...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. THERE have been no arrivals of importance this week. DEPARTURES.-ON Sunday the 21st instant, the go vernment brig Ma y Elizabeth, for Port Macquarie. The Indian and Pocklington sail this day for the Whale Fishery. Also, the Brig Lord Rodney, for Port Dal rymple. PROJECTED DEPARTUREs --The Henry, for Hobart Town and London, on the 27th instant. The govern ment brig, A4mity, for Mioreton Bay, on the 28th instant;. and the, ship Woodman, for -London direct, on the Ist of September, •REMAIN IN IARBOUR.-Tlis Mlajesty's ship Fly, Wood man, Henry, Regalia, Faith, St. Michael. BRIos-Cor sair, Ann, Fazrfiield, Woodlark, Anmity, Governor Philips, Fame arLl jtWellington.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. (From the Times.)   IF we were disposed to pass over the CHANCELLOR Of   EXCHEQUER'S speech in silence, yet the effect produced by it on that market which has recently been the scene   of so much agitation and anxiety—namely, the Money- market—would call upon us for notice and remark. The two subjects, therefore, are as intimately connected   as cause and effect can be, and it is impossible to sepa- rate them, The Minister's speech was loudly applauded —it was a cheering speech—it lulled all apprehensions —it inspired pleasing hopes in the House on Monday night; on Tuesday morning it sank the funds—that is, it hurt the public credit—one per cent. These are the facts; and our readers will, from the latter of them, ga- ther what was the state of the money-market. It will supply the place of comment on our ordinary city article to say that the funds sank one per cent. IN the approbation of Mr. ROBINSON's speech, ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MB. EDWARDS'S BENEFIT. A Friend has transmitted us the following Report of the FIFTH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

MB. EDWARDS'S BENEFIT. A Friend has transmitted us the following Report of the FIFTH CONCERT. THt Concert Room presented on Wednesday Evening a brilliant appearance; the public seemed by their ex tensive patronage on this occasion to reward the exertions of the indefatigable Leader Mr. Edwards, and truly every disposition was evinced to render the Entertain ment a rich harmonic treat. Arhong the fashionables we noticed His Honour the Lieutenant Governor, Colonel Dumaresq, Brigade Major Gillman, with several other Officers, naval and military. IT being generally understood that Mrs. Paul had most obligingly enrolled her name among the Vocalists of the Evening, an unusual interest was excited. The Over ture to Lodoiska was played with happy effect, and the Song " A Minstrel once" gave that satisfaction with which all Mr. Edwards' performances, especially his Solos, are invariably received; we say his Solos because in our judgment his voice is not altogether adapted for an accompanimen...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

THE MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1826. ?7E have read the late numerous and. lengthy articles of The Australian, on the present embarrassments of our trade, with more than ordinary care, because on the first reading, we thought we must be arrantly stuped, as we could not see their drift. ON the second reading, we were convinced of their wordiness and sophistry. We like to hear The Austra lian descant 'on law, and the rights of. the subject-on fees of court, and dear law-practice--on the impropriety of keeping prophane magistrates in the commission of the peace-and above all, we. were delighted in reading his last admirable exposure of what he justly and empha tically designates "' the faction," and the vindication of Australia's favourite citizen; . WILLIAM BLAND. But on political economy. in general, and on finances, as .a .branch, in particular, we can seldom understand the wor 'thy editor. His three-column leader of last Saturday, where the burden of' his song consists in descanting...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1826. PETITION OF MR. KENRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENE L HOUSE OF COMMIIONS, MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1826. PETITION OF MR. KENRICK. MR. DENIsoN said he had received a petition from Mr. Kenrick, whose case was before the House on Friday last, with a request that it might be presented to the : house. He (Mr. Denison) would, therefore, if the house should receive it, move that it might be printed, in order that it might be in the hands of members before the dis cussion on Mr. Kenrick's case, which was to take place to-morrow (Tuesday) Evening. Mr. Kenrick intirnaied 'to him,' that it was his wish that the whole of his case should meet the fullest consideration. 'Tihe petition was 'brought up and read. It was in substance to this effect: -some years ago (he thought in 1816) a-person named. * James Rose, came to Mr.' Kenrick, and informed him 'that two sheep, belonging to Mr. Peters (the magistrate who was examin'ed before the house on Friday) had been "killed, and that a knife with a paper respecting the' col 'lection of ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

..m.o .'eptitmn . GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 5.) Chief of the Territory of New South Wale htd its Dependenicies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, wiith." t.'he Adv4ice ef the Legislative Council. tAn Act for the Transportation of Offenders to :. .Penal Settlements,. and, for the more effectual Punishment and Seourity. of the same.] ? ITHEREAS, by an Act of Parliament, passed in thi SV" Sixth Year of the Reignof His present MAJESTY, intituled' " An -Act for punishing Ofences committed by Transports kept to Labour in the. Colonies, and better regu lating the Powers of. Justices .of . the; Peace in New South Wales," His Majesty is empowered to issue an Order. in Council to authorise the' Governors, for the Time-being'" "a ddmninistering:'the Government of any of His Majesty's Foreign Possessions, Colonies, or. Plantations; to appoint - the Place or Places within" his Majesty's Dominions, to which any Offender, convicted in such Foreign Posses sions Colonies or Plaritatibli;, and being under ...

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SELECT POETRY. DESCRIPTION OF MORNING, FROM LORD BYRON'S "MANFRED." The Mountain of the Jungfrau.—Time, Morning.—MANFRED alone upon the Cliffs. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

SELIECT POETRY. DESCRIPTION OF, MORNING, FROM LORD BYRON'S " MANFRED," The Mountain of the Jungfrau.--Time, Morning.- MANFRED alone upon the Clifs. MAN. The spirits I have raised abandon me The spells which I have studied baffle me- 'The remedy I reck'd of tortured me; I lean no more on super-human aid, It hath no power upon thce past, and for The fulture, till the past be gulf'd in darkness, It is not of my search.-My mother Eartb ! And thou fresh breaking Day, and you, ye Mountains, Why are ye beautiful? I cannot love ye. And thou ! the bright eye of the universe! That openest over all, and unto all Art a delight-thou shin'st not on mty heart. And you, ye crags, upon whose extreme edge I stand; and on the torrent's brink beneath IBehold the tall pines dwindled as to shrubs In dizziness of distance : when a leap, A stir, a motion, even a breath, would bring My breast upon its rocky bosom's bed To rest for ever-wherefore do I pause'? I feel the impulse-yet I do not plunge; ] see the...

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NEWCASTLE QUARTER SESSIONS. PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

NEWCASTLE QUARTER SESSIONS. PRESENTMENT. THE Grand Jurors of our Sovereign Lord the King, now assembled in the town of Newcastle, the 15th day of August, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, present to the Court of Quarter Sessions, that they have visited the Gaol of Newcastle, which, on attentive examination, they found clean, and in good order ; the provisions good, sufficient, and whole some; the Gaol itself sufficiently spacious for the ac- commodation of the district. THE Grand Jurors cannot avoid remarking the bad state of the public Wells in the town, one only, out of two, being imperfectly covered. THE Grand Jurors present the dilapidated state of the Wharf at Newcastle. THE Grand Jurors have felt it their duty to visit the Church-yard, which, for want of a fence, has been made a thoroughfare; the pigs being permitted to root the graves; they have also examined the ruinous state of the Church, and find the walls in a dilapidated state, the same...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

BIRTH.-At Parramatta, on the 14th instant, the lady of Ed- mund Lockyer, Esq. Major 57th regiment, being her eleventh child. DEATH. On Monday last, at Parramatta, Mrs. Longford, an old and much respected inhabitant of that town.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. We have received news-papers from Van Diemen's Land up to the 28th ult. inclusive. The Colonial Times has a long article to prove that Mr. Wilmot Horton's pledge, that these colonies shall henceforward support their own civil establishments, does not mean their civil ex penditure. And hence argues on the reasonableness of Governors finding colonial money to defray the expences of the offices and establishments created by themselves. THE Times complains of the streets of Hobart Town being in such a state as to cause mournful men to bewail the sufferings of the poor cart-horses ! It complains also of the master of the brig John, refusing to carry letters to Sydney, lest the state of the market were thereby re vealed in Sydney. The Times paper treats still of the scheme for removing the seat of Government from Ho bart Town to Brighton, being countermanded from home !-Mr Oake's speech with the intended remainder appears-as this gentleman publicly avows he had taken gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

TiMPOUNDED in George-street on the 14th instant Two .1Red Bullocks, with white backs and white legs; supposed to be branded E P with a crown; also- one Strawberry Bul lock, branded with E'P. any one claiming the same may have ie them upon paying expences, otherwise they will be sold for that purpose. e 17th Aug.. 1826 JOHN MOORE Pound-keeper ed UST Arrived, and on sale at JOHN PAUL'S New Rooms SGeorge-street; a small and Elegant Assortment of Mil of lencrvy, consisting of Lace Caps, trimmed with Flowers-Sa ne tin Turbans-Black and White Lace Dresses-Rich Black d- Silk Gros de Naples-A great variety of New and Beautiful Ribban ds-White Kid Gloves, coloured ditto-Plumes of White Ostrich Feathers-Persian Rich Figured Silks, and )d other articles of Dress.-Also Book and Mull Muslins I- Lawns, Irish Linen-Fine Shirting-Cambrics--Black and es Coloured Bomthazines-Fine Cotton Hose-white Silk ditto !d Children's Fur Caps-Fine Flannel-Threads and Cotton Balls -Ladies Pocket H-Imdkerchiefs-La...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   The indefatigable "dreamer of dreams," Chapman,   while under the dominion of Morpheus some few nights since, was possessed with the idea that certain property stolen from Mr. or Mrs. Biggs, of Philip Street, were to and in the neighbourhood contiguous to that juve nile seminary the Carter's Barracks. To this spot there   foree bent his steps, and concealing himself for about three quarters of an hour or so, he .espie4s one John D'Arcey; a confidential constable and ti-devZ t overseer "of that next best substitute for the long sought perpetual motion the Tread Mill; bearing on his brawny shoulders a bag-thereupon the suspicions of the wily guardian of the peace became aroused, without more ado he -bundled the aforesaid D'Arcey, bag and all, into a mash tub that'stood hard by. The bag being examined, was found to contain the very harness sought for, with the cushions and apron of the gig, to boot. The horse it should see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

WESLEYAN AUXILIARY MISSIONARY, SOCIETY. A SPECIAL Meeting of the Committee will be held in the Vestry of Macquarie-street Chapel, on Thursday Even-' ing, the 31 of August, at half past six o'clock, for the purpose of making arrangements for the Anniversary. RALPH MANSFIELD, GEORGE ALLEN; Secretaries MERINO RAMS R. MACARTHUR, begs to inform the Public, that LYL his Annual Auction of MERINO RAMS, will take place at Parramatta, on Thursday the 21st September. Cawder, 19th August, 1826. . A SPINALL, BROWNE, and CO. HAVE JUST RE... CEIVED by the CORSAIR, Prints of the newest patterns Vat, rivets - Shirtings Smiths' bellows Maddappellams Carpenters' tools Sheetings Blister steel Cambrics Cutlery ' Striped cotton shirts *Mnskets with ba;oinets Flannels 'Flour sieves Baftahs Thermometors; also A large assortment of iron. Sail canvas mongery Cordage patent from the best: Nails, shingle, batten, flooring, Riga Rhime lath, &c. Chin top sail sheet 5-16 to 7-16 Wheai mills º inches Coffe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 25 August 1826

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. COMMIISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, AuouST 17, 1826. W T ND..-The " undermentioned Articles, being S: nmediately, required for the Public Service; Persons desirous of furnishing:the Whole or any Part thereof, are. invited to send their Proposals to this. O ice, sealed and marked "Tender," by 12 o'Clock of Friday, the 1st. of September next : 200,000 Lath Nails. 200,000 Shingle Nails. . 10,000 Quills. . 50 Reams Foblscap Paper. 5 Cwt. Plumbers'Solder. 72 Carpenters' Rules. 50 Plaisterers' Trowels. ' 6 Pairs Match Planes. - 6 standing Vices. 12 Plough Planes. 6 Sash 'Philister Planes. " . 6' Comrpass Planes. 40 Sides Kip Leather. " 100 Drawer Locks. 100 Cupboard Locks. 1,000 Gimblets. 200 Spike Gimblets. 500 Sail Needles. 100 Padlocks, 50 Bundles Cane. 20 Books Leaf Gold. 50 Frying Pans. - 50 lbs. Molasses., 100 Yards Green Tape. 100 Yards Green Cord. 3 lbs. Green Silk. 100 lbs. Lamp Cotton. 24 Pistols. 10 lbs. Scourging Cord. 100 Camel Hair Pencils. . 112 lbs. Red ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

MERINO RAMS. S./IR:"'MACARTHUR, begs:ato inform the Public, that paVc his Annual. Auction of MERINO RAMS, will take place.at Parramatta, on Thursday the 21st September. Cawder, 19th August, 1826. . SRS. CLEMENTS be's leave to return her grateful ac I knowledgments for favoiurs already conferred in the Book-binding business; and respectfully informs the Gentry and Public in: general, she continues the same in all its branches.---Account.Books, P rt Folios, and cases of all de scriptions made to orders.-- " aries repaired and. adjusted; country Orders given one weie ? will be ready for delivery thqe following, one. . . . 5, fiTng-street, .S jne ýY - N. B. The investment adyrrtisedjper Mary. Ann, is hourly expected. B FRANCIS, begs to inform the Inhabitants of Parra o matta and its vicinity, that he has engaged a House in Sydney, to which he will in a very short time be enabled to remove, and anxious to give his friends the advantage attached to, his removal, he offers his present stoc...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AnnIVALS.--ON Friday the 25th instant, the schooner Alligator, Thomas Farley, master, from Port Dalirymple; lading, 200 Bushels of wheat, and 1 ton of Potatoes. .Passengers Mrs. Farley, and Mr. John Maycock. DEPARTURES.-ON Monday the 28th instant, the In dian, Whaler, resumed her voyage. On Tuesday the 29th instant, the brig Lord Rodney, for Dalrymple. On Wednesday the 30th instant, Captain Bunney, for Ho bart Town and London. The government brig Amity, for Moreton Bay, sails 'this day RDOJECTED DEPARTURES.-- THE ship Alfred, for the Whale Fishery, on the 3rd of September; the Woodman, for London, direct ; and the Regalia, for Batavia, on the 6th instant. REMAIN iw HARBoUR.--THE Faith, John Bull, Ardent, Woodman, Regalia, and Alfred. BRIas.-Anne, Wood lark, Perseverance, Wellington, Governor Phillips, Fair .reld, and Fame.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

MoNDAY was the day appointed for the meeting, by requisition of eleven of the body, of the proprietors of the old bank. The main object of the meeting, l}ow ever, having been accomplished previously by the board of directors, the requisitionists did not appear, and no meeting took place. WE are happy to learn that the Chamber of Com merce has listened with much satisfaction to a proposal from Mr. Mun, (accompanied with plans and models) to build a dry dock on the edge of this Cove, for a mer chant vessql of the largest magnitude.

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