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THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

TH'i.MElRCURY.. . SANOTHER change. of Ministry :is to. be ,added to those by which the country, has I en?s agitated during the last fifteen months. .The retirement of Mr. Hus kisson and his friends, which we nientioned in, the greater part. of our impression last week as likely to happen, has now taken place. That Right Honour able Gentleman retires from office, • accompanied by Earl Dudley, the Foreign Secretary, MIr. Charles Grant, thel President of the Board of 'Trade, Lord. Palmerston, the Secretary at War, Mr, Wnm. Lamb, the Chief. Secretary for Irelar.d; Lord Howard de Walden, and Lord P. L. Gower; and. the country is thds left to the .wisdom and tender mercies of a pure high-Tory Administration. 'T'he Ministers whose names we have mentioned, were those who, ti a cer tain degree, redeemed t'e Administration of- the Durke' of Wellington:in the eyes of the country, and gave an assurance - that the Goverpment would not go back, in ppirit and temper, in forgign and domes tic polic...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

From the Mlorning Chronicle, of Friday, June 13th. Sin FRANCIS BUltDETT, on presenting a .Petition last night, on .the subject of the Catholic Claims, ravniled himself of the opportunity to express his views of the Question, as affected by the late discus sion in the Hlouse of Peers. ' Sir Francis thought, af ter what had been stated by the Duke of Wellington, they might calculate, on the Question beiPg taken up by the Government. " I feel confident (he said) that a person like the Nobleman who is at present at the Iead of th'e affairs of Government, would never con sent to hold out a prospect that could be liatblhi to any ambiguity on a subject which is of such vitdl impur tance as this. It is impo- si.lg that the l)i4ke of Wellington shoild give the Catholics rational'grounds, of -hope, if there were not in his oWn mind ai. rational .hope of its being fulfilled.' " le ,afterwards compli mented the Duke as " a man capable of denciding on questions of policy and judging foir hihself...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

"&'4 "a, t et n, w lid been -leiti tor t the lof - riend9 t ae min. '- ?i h propertp of the testator, found they could : iesit liar e elegactes by't some hundreds -of , Rd? s; astonished .at this ciroumstance, as the ieceased had fretts ¥t ly n'fqr ie thiemn he shoild ]-ave more thain snfirbiit for. that ?iurpobe, thejr imade the most diligent search possible among his papers, &c. and found a scrap of paper on which was written, "Seven hundred Pounds in ?ill." This they took in the. literal sense of it.; .but.as. their friend had never been in trade, they thought it singular he should 'keep such. a'sum of money. ia a till; however, they examined all the apart ments carefully; but in vain, and after repeated ettemps to discover it, gave over the search. 'hey s?d his colleitfit o6f of'bt klt o an teminent bookseller, ,ahd paid the legacies in proportion. 1he sinjgularity of the cTircistanced occasioned' them' frequently to converse` about it, and they recollected among...

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

" 'JUNIUS. famoiis Horse will stand for the . -.seuason-0n the premises of the Proprietor Jar. Andrew NTash, Parramatta.-Terms, Three Guineas Stg. groomage included, payable on the 1st day of next year. :This -orse is limited to fifty. Mares, therefore early application must be made. No com anent it is conceived need be made upon JUlIUS.--.(N. B. He is sure. But in case of missing, nothing will be charged next ~eaison, Mr. Nash's object being to perpetaste his, ratce.) 1 W T-TILL Stand this season at !taby, te re V celebrated Race-horse SKELETON. He is a grey, now 8 years old, having been bred by the well known Mr. Kelly in 1820; out of the famous Sir Walter Raleigh's mare, by Master Robert, whose sire was Buffer, so much sought after for the finest mares in the Kingdom. For Pedigree vide Stud Book, vol 3, pages 285, 288. 289, and 292. 'For Performances vide Racing Calender 1822 page 907. The first time he ran, 1823 217 & 220 then only 20 months & 212 old under the n...

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

A lL claims :and demaitdas against the .LL Estate of the late 1M1s Ann Druwmodid, late of Liverpool, deceased, are requeisted t~ be sent in to tihe undersigned, Exectitors to her last Wil: and Testan'ent ; also those persons who stand indebted to the said estate, are directed to settle the sarie without delay. JAMES CHESIOLM, JOSEPf TfoMPSON, , XF O ?TQS. , Shpt. s, I89>. -TP O LET in George Street, a large comn T odious shop, and five rooms, at present occupied by Mr. Joseph Aarons, joiniing the' Australian Brewery. For Particulars apply to 3. Wright Aus tralian -Brewery. Sep. 13th 182.. fkAr or 1NIEW SOUTH WALES, Lad SEP. 18 8. TE IiPRlOQPRIETORS OF BANK Stock .'and the Piublic in General, are.requested to lMeet atitbe:Bank Building's, on Wednesday the 15th Octobei .next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, forthe purpose of taking into .Conasdo?otion the best means qf apptopria tinbgihei asold Bank Shares, and other Put p0ose. By Order of' the -Board of Directors. . K. K.?i 4KE...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

(Dtmesatic Irdeli'gence conainued.) The Editor of the Gazette complains of the publica t'on in the Sydney Monitor of certain kltters, signed an Alstralian, on the ground of their tending to preju -dice him in the eyes of the Court under present cir aumstanecs, in any of "our billegeront movements against the official Journal, we always avoid inter fering with the Editor personally. We were not aware the letters in question could prejudice him, or we would have withheld them. It is quite contatry to our notions of propriety to do so. The author pf the letters however wih~s for no hisguise. He has requested .us to mention his name ti Mr; Iloe, and the latter has been ;uade acquainted with it ac cordingly. The Sheriff's and Mfr. Payne's trials give way to English news. They will appear in our next. In our columns will be seen two advertisements from a Native of the Colony, but a large LandMi-ha and the father of a family, respecting the lost notes of the Bank of Australia. The public s...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 11, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER II,. 1828. WE never remember to have had our casuistl, cal wits put to the test so much as we have had this week. On the one hand, we see members of the Government and staunch Court folks, moving from door to door with a petition to .the Culonial Government to refuse Mr. Levey a license to his hi'eatre4 and on the other, we perceive other *muembers of the -same Government attending races, cock.fighting, the rouge et noir table,: and 'shut uj together all bunday, at Bliudshookey; and lastly, (but not least) at the Agricultural Pinner, in the presence of the Clergy who do not instantly withdraw, we hear Court favourites proposing toasts of which we cannot pollute our .columns with the recital. For although we' are not Methodists according to advertisement, (see the Sydney Gazette of last year) yet we have n.. vertheless been, taught, tolook' upon consstency as among the moralities of the English character. Wz are not unqualified friends to" theatres :races,...

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

'TQ ADVJ TISEJRS IN GiNERALa, .:AND ! i~ DOifi seSHIP IN PARi[ICV:4t. ' " i reit a dut w eowe to ourselves, ,n regard to the mer.cantile part of our i~ ius, tosu get to Ship-agenits, Landotlders, Merchants, Settlers, Pound-keepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the pu;blic Journals" of this. Colony, the superio ad van tages of. their advertisiug in a -weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively,; in Journals, one of which n ublishls. three times a week, and the other twice. For the samne price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser fori publishing his Advertisement three : times in one week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end of three weeks. Thus, 'f an Advertiser choose ..o publish his wishes in two out of the . thriee Journals 'circulated in the Co-` I lony, letb him, (if- he .lie) choose the . Gazette or the Australian for one of S.the-two. But where is, the'se os of a ~aysn s hif s inoney in b-i#&hese Journals, whose rapidity of jpublica tion bri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

CRIMINAL COURT, TUESDAY, SEPT. 30th.---The three Judges having taken their respective seats on the Bench at 11 o'clock this forenoon, proceeded to pass sentence on those criminals who had been con- victed during the present sittings, and remanded for   judgment. Their Honors spent nearly two hours in the Judges' room, prior to entering the Court. ;The Attorney General prayed judgment upon Jam~es .Henery,.convicted of stealing a heifer, ihe property of Mr. John Wild, Jun. at Stone Quarry Creek, on the 7th of June last. This offence, His Honor observed, was one which had encreased to such an extent, not , altogether so much extensive in its conseqnencea, as that it was a prolific source of crime accompanied with frequent and repeated instances of perjury. The Court had at length come to the resolution to visit the crime of cattle stealing with the severest punishment. known to the law. The sentence therefore of the Court was, that the prisoner James Henery be taken to the...

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(Continued from Page 1338, Number 168.) TO MR. PEEL. On his project for charging the Law of England with respect to the detection and punishment of crimes. LECTURE II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

I ( fJs.! fe 1338; Naub er 168.) Td I( . PEEL. Als et jbr te3aingt.ea Lae o f Enga+i doctA +'spect 40 the d~&ctfi and pintlwei t of" - c'rou a II. * ?fore I quit this subject, let me do that. justice to !rb ? respectable cotton man your father, which I omitted to do in my last. The venerable person, who had a "presentiment" that he should be the founder of a great house or family,.is, a correspodetit inforifs me, a.great autior, a greit maker of books, as well as of ,cottons, and that he published, about twerity-seven yeirs ago, a work, in which he prcved, to the delight of all the.famous anti-jacobins of that day, that the " alarm about the extent of the National Debt was " puerile and absurdi that the money was all owing " Among ourselves, that it was a merefamlly concern " that bound society together by the tight bonds of " self-interest; that -the debt was so muck SAVED, "~SECOURE), and ACCUMULATING CAPI'I'AL, " added, and still going on ADDING, to the former " capital o...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 October 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CORONER'S INQUEST.-A Coroners Inquisition was taken at the Rose and Crown Tavern, in the forenoon of Wednesday last, on view of the body of Joseph Potts, an hired servant of Mr. Daniel Cooper, who came to his death under circumstances of surprise. James Cottington was called, and sworn, he has known the deceased for some time. That he came to Mr. D. Cooper's farm, called the 13 mile station, on the Liverpool Road, on the afternoon of Saturday last, to deliver the weekly ration for the farm men. He was perfectly sober. Witness always thought deceased to be a frugal man. Generally speaking he was considered a sober person ; witness had issued from the stores, a pair of new boots last Friday morning. When his body was found dead on the road, he had no shoes on. lie received wages from Mr. Cooper. John Cooper, free, deposed that he lives at the Seven mile Station on the Liverpool road. About 8   O'Clock P. M. on Saturday, he was at home, and was at su...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

To THe EDITOR OF THE IMrag'mr'an ' MILITARY BARRACKS, October, 1*e 6thlt?. * As you are an attendant at St. James's;e"l1e 'to ? ? t . what, if considered corect, will, I am sure?iri ~." died, if it admits of.a remedy.. The past winter, I nd others often suffered from the windows of ,t1 (bu1 . being?.open on both sides,. when- theri wa'as~urot current of air. But-we did not presume to-c* c l n. because we considered it better that, we should'Nate' cold, than that ladies should faint for want??t Iiffihiet. ventilation. Siuce the winter has gone by?' ' ibha perceived a disposition tb close the wu? . much. This I doubt not has arisen from .thebet isi: tentions. Perhaps some person conpilaza ! .of -too iim? h air.' Last Sunday however;' ,,4.1 ' close, and .ihe windows were entirely 'sliru6n4 oa?. aide, and nearly all closed up on the other; hensr several ladies fainted. . It appears to .me, tliat.thb+eýee'i gulation of the 'windows, as to .opening hindtaliuttb during divine service, shou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

?O COVER THIS SEASON, A "T .GLENDON,. HUNTER'S RIVER. .'pi.eah Mare, 10l. SIt. Groom's Fee included. THE BAY HORSE - '' lt??ads2 nches high, ·iledii 1822; . "KLITAS.got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam,) by V GOhanina, her 'dam Fratinella by Trebiham, oodpýe'cker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. ~d.-- Fide S'ud 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 din~r "Maiden 'by Matchem, &c. &e.-Vide Stud Book, .page 15 1, Vol. 2. PERFORM NCES in 1827. ewsmarket 1st Springi Meeting, Monday, April 30th, 1827. :.HIandicap 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. 51b.; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st. ;" ·R-M. Payne's br. c. the General, 8st. 21b....

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

(Doprmstic Inteoligence continued.). The Editor of the Gazette complains of the publiea t'on in the Sydney Monitor of c?rtain I. ttere,,signed an Australtirn, on the ground & f their' texiding to preju dice him in the eyes of the. Curt under present cir-. 'umstances. In any of our billegeront movewments ngnfnat the official Journa } r e inter fering with .tite Iditor b ; ;;* , n91. aware the letters id, qa.,iiQ.ehium, or we would have withU ..;,: tt Conwa?. 'to our notion;i of..?? .' ; t'"' Ibr 9 ' th, letters f r nO 11i lises requested us to mention his name' to Mr, Howe, and the latter has been iuade acquainted with i t cordingly. The Sheriff's and Mr. Payne's trials give Way to English news., They will apear in. our next~ . In our columns will be seen two advertise?? from a Native of. the Colony, but anarge Laihd-holde and the father of. a family, respeietl'dr the' lostno~-i of the Bank of Australia. T'he ptabihc ho04d in thin instance as in all others, do to the Bank, 'a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

We bet tso, inform .or,?n. Sascriber b et/ in t t; csid country, they must considetr th e heir.ai _ý - . p.pers by us to the Post-master an 4 0; ar?rd& ~ our f~rekd up the country, and to ounr 'nrows-htlr 'as regards our jifieicls in Toon, i?.?a illd- 'idifi to' them in lawo respectively; te h wame ~'e?fpujid i?nto their own hands. Siubscribers .iokea dise.t r"ceive their papers regularly, ari d requestdl to .omapledisJ gao us .by letter; (pust paid) and,as far as'w3cantu w2:iJ@ .-remedy the evil. But we will not be "ans~,ariblefor the . delivery of our Journal in a more,.e ffctual- mran n thr thane . athus. set forth. Tw-i roprthe. condition.on. which we sell our Journal, and.of whjik we hereby Srequest.all oir S'ubscribers to .ttike notice: The pisblic are cautioned to pay no money, normake :any - settlement on account of. the : Proprietor of . !sir *Journal, without demaiding, a PRINT41D receip4 signed by him in his " own, proper 'hand writing * Money paid on his account ...

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FRENCH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

-. FRENCH. PAPES. [FROM TIIB 9QAWIrE DE FRANCE, DATED WED NESDAY, JUNE 11.. SPAua, June, 10.-We have received the following letter fromi ConStantinople : " The following are tie decdarati?Pr nbtc wh , ? 4b ? is, Effendi has wide in the rlps ogfth S t' o a li whWeI li has repeated to M. Ottnfels :-Ai the Treatises with the ro E Po eIn the eyes aof`t ot r as' t thePorte, as sacred asl na of £1,e.. mnann,must, therefore, baezcalexerzrt this subject will, shortly. appear.: ,` and Russi have concluded a cv Greece, hrbich is conttrary to Ida .m miats Is immutable, abd the.Potes, oe zed to negociate on the basis of hs. Treat o the (u, July, It is n4cessary'to modify,thaQ4 ,Oveutin as far' as maybe.' The Augsburk Gazette eoi tains the following. att cle.-" Thir Emperor of Russiaswill go to BuchbrCste where heis expected on the 28th May. The boyar4s of the Divan of Moldavia have asked permission' of Count Pahleo, whb is gone to niret the Empieror, ta appoint a deputation to felicitate his Ma...

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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 — 13 October 1828

DIARY. , MEMR1ORANJDUM FOR TIIE" ENSUINGO WREEIK VARIA1ION?S 'GF. THURMOMETER, &C. &C. TAK?Y .AT 7 |INI.Til MOILNING, 12 AT-.NODONy AND?q r IN TIlE: EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 1' 9tji Sunday after Trinity. , I High Water 35 m. p. p10 . morn.---48 min p. r j 1Q Night. S Sun. r?es 39 m.p. 5.--Sets 21 m. p. 6. S .High Water,: 11rn. p. 11 Morn.-27 m; p. 11 SINight. "- i " High Water 45 m, p. 11 Morn... S High' Water, 10 m. p. 12 Morn.-36 min. p S12 Afternoon. High Water, min. p. 1 Morn.- 33 m. p.; . . 1.,Afternoon. - First Quarter of Moon, 52 min. p. 4, After?_ rI ~ High Water, 2 Morn.-28 m. . p 2. Afteru, SI I High Water, 59 min. p. 2 Morn.-32 min p. - I " 3 Afternoon. THURSDAY . ..7 2 68N. W. Falr FRIDAY......... 68 76 65 Do. Do. ~SATURDAY........ ..5627 63. . "Do. SoPNDAY ...... 158,6U? 'MONDAY ........ 52171 65 Do. Do. 'T?sDaY .. ...... 55 72 6.? Do. DO . WIr.,NEsDAY.,.... 56 ?7 61 Do. Do.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

From the " Morning .kronicle, of ,. , idy,' Jane; j3th.. SI- Fa~dciP 'BUkDeTT, on presenting a Petition last night, on. the .subject of: the. Calholic Claims, availed laipmself 'of the .opportunity to express his views'of the Jsiiestion, as affected by the late discus sion in die House of Peers. Sir Francis thought, af ern.what had been stated by the Duke of Wellington, ,they might cal¢Clate on the Question beipg taken up by the Governmnnt. ""I feel confident (he said)' that a person like the Nobleman who isat present at the liead'of theaf'fairs of. Government, would never con sent to hold out a prospect that.coulct be liable to any ambiguity on, a subject which is of spch vital inmpcr tance as this. It is i;poslible that 'the Duke of Wellington .should give the Catholics rational grounds of- hope, if there were not in his own mind a, rational hope of its being fulfilled." He afterwards compli mented the Duke ie "a man capable pf deciding on questions of. policy and judging for hims...

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[EXTRAORDINARY SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOURNAL DE ST. PETERSBURGH, MAY 24.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

[EETRAORDINARY' SUPPLEMENT TO . TIE. 23OUR&A DE ST. PRTERSBURGHE.MAY 24.] " Si PETERSBURGil," Mdy 24.-His Majesty th. Emperor received on the 18th, at Tiraspol, a repior' from Count Whittgenstein, dated '16th May, whicil contains the following details. . "lThe city of Biicharest wiad occupied on ghe 14tt. by the vanguard of the 6th Corps of lnfantry, eo?i' manded by, Major. General Baron- Geismair., ' e' movement. executed with so much rapidity, has pre vented all hostile attacks,- atd saved the capital 9i' Moldavia from the ruin with which it w.I tthre by the Turks. "Since our troops have appt'ac~ed Brnilow, tihd ,enemy has attempted sever? ?iansidsrable sallfed' in which he has always been repused with mucuh loss t. there has note however,- been any action of iinmpobt tance." " • HisMajesty gave a dress party at his palaie, hi St. SJames's, on Wednesday evening, on which -occasin: the King was pleased:to comniand tho attendaibe:b.i?. -the pupils of the Royal Academy of. mu...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 October 1828

SSYDNEY MAIRKET&S." Average price on quantity soMld - Wheat 18s. Stg.-Maize l s. Od.-Bailey ,los-?, Oats Os. Od.-Fine Flour, 40s. sterling per 1 lb.,.-Seconds do. 37s. Od--Bread 91d per Elb% loEf.--Potatoes 18s. per cwt--Fresh Batter 3s per .lb--Salt, do 2s. 6d.--Beef s. 8d.? atone-Mutton 3s. '4d.. do.-Pork 48. . Onlons bd,: per lb.--Fruit dear, Vegieta .do,--Hay. £?l7' pa .ton-Straw I 10a. No. 81 George Street. Sydney . New autw.A '!. sDTvMap, PRINIED, ANo I'U.LS.atAD" . fy * THEi PtRO.ITOT, -. 4 IQWARlD SMITH Hb ?,. .

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