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NO. 1. A HISTORY OF THE PROTESTANT "REFORMATION," IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND, Showing how event has impoverished and degraded the People in those Countries. IN A SERIES OF LETTERS Addressed to all sensible and just Englishman. LETTER 1. INTRODUCTION. Kensington, 29th November, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

No. 1. A HISTORY OF THE PROTESTANT " REFORMATION," IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND, Showing how that event has impoverished and degraded the main body of the People in those .Countries,. IN A SERIES OF LETTERS Addressed to all sensible and just Englishmen. By WILLIAM COBBETT. LETTER 1. INTROD UC tION. Kensington, 29th November, 1824. MY FRIENDS, 1. We have recently seen a manuscript from the King to the Bishops, the object of which was to cause them to call upon their Clergy, to cause collections of money to be made in the several parishes throughout England, for the purpose of promating what is called the " religious education" of the people. The Bishops, in conveying their instructions, on this subject, to their Clergy, direct them to send the money so collected, to a Mr. JOSHUA WATSON, in London, who, it seems, is the Treasurer of this religious education concern, and who is, or lately was, a wine and spirit dealer, in Mincing lane, Fenchurch-street. This same Mr. WATSON is also the head ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

DIARY. . MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. " SUN rises; 20 min. past 6. I High Water. at Port-Jackson, 41 min.. past 7 Morn. 8 at Night. H High Water, at 30 rmin. past 8 Morn.--54 min. past 8 N. - L New Moon, 41 min. past 3 Afternoon. LONDON BURNT, A. D. 1666. 15th' Sunday after Trinity. *o High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 | Night. ' * High Water, 10 Forenoon.-20 min. past 10 at Night. __ Sun Sets 43 min. past 5. I High Water, 35 min. past 10 For..--48 min. past 10 N ' Day, 11 hours 26 min. long. j o? .I High Water, 11 min. past 11 Foren.-72 min. plst 11 N . High Water, 45 min. past 11 Forenoon. a . Garden.-Very little can be done this month. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE TIIHRMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12, M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED.'. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUES. 54--63 55"-60 54-64 53-63 52-65 54-6-1 56-61 SHOW '.PA1R SHOW- FAIR. 'FAIR. FAIR.. RAIN. ERY. 7 - ERT.

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BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 50 at 9a.-3~0 at 8s.-190 at 78. ,l-.---200 at 6P 94.-16 at 68. Purchased for Water1iq, Stores 158 at 6s. 6d.--For Steam Engine 70 at 68? (d.4-Total 1034 Bushels. Wheat from Ga6s. to t .--?v o total sold 78. 4d. per Bushel. MaizeC, rom 2s. 3, to 3s.: Barley, None; Butter from 2s. 4(.$ to 4s. per lb. C.heese Is. 3d. Eggs from 18. to 18. 9d ,.ler dozen. Fowls friom 3s. to 48:. 6i per couple. Ducks 4,. 6 Q,' Geese 10:. 6d. Turkies from 7:. 6d to 98. Potatoes from 128. to 15s. per cwt. Green Peas from 2e. Gd. to 38. per lieck. Fine Flour 22s. 6d. per cwt, Bread 6d. per Loaf. Beef 3s. 10d. to 4:.Gld. per stone. ' Mutton 4s. 2d. to 5a. per do." Pork 4s. to 5s 6d. per do. Hay 61. per stone.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

SYDNEY MARKETSI OwING to the unfavourable state of the weather for a day or two previous to thq market, there was but a thin attendance of dealers. Contrary to expectation, the supply of wheat was' liberal, and tolerable prices were realised. The sales effected, were for the most part of good samples, end were more extensive than for some weeks past. Two thousand bushels of Derwent wheat, arrived during the week, consigned to Mr. Campbell, Jun. which remains unsold. Neparly seven hundred bushels of Maize sold at an average of 2s, 6d. Twenty head of Horned Cattle 'met a brisk sale, and Four fine Iorses lrought good prices.

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COBBETT AND THE CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

COBBETT; AND' THE CATHOLICS. THE famous Mr. Cobbett has made a great noise in Europe, lately, by the publication of some letters con demning the means by which The Reformation was brought about. We have read them, and admit they are a masterly production, if looked at as the mere ex-parte speech of a counsel for his client, who prudently calls no evidence. The barrister does not venture to tell down-right lies for his client, because he knows he will be contradicted then and there. ?But he omits every thing which go~s against his ,ient,-he is inflexibly un candid, and will admit nothing but what is proved against him-and he colours every thing which is in his favour, and casts a sneer upon the irrefutable arguments of his adversary. Such is the acknowledged practice, if not the duty of a counsel, in defending or pleading for his client. And such is the conduct of barrister Cobbett, in pleading for his new clients, the Irish and English Catholics. The case is most ingeniously put by ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

OTOVERNMENT OTICE. S COLONIAL SECRETARY's OFFICE, Auo. 29, 1826. T7HE KING's Instructions, for the Disposal of Land, having been submitted by the GOVERNOR to the EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, His EXCELLENCY is hereby pleased to notify, that it has been determined that all " rickets of Occupation," now in Force shall cease and determine on the -Ist Day of March, 1827; and that Persons, desirous of obtaining the temporary Occupation of Land, for the Purpose of Grazing, will be required, in future, to pay a Rent at the Rate of Twenty Shillings Sterling, per An ii im for every One'Hundred Acres; and further, to quit .ae same, on receiving Six Months' Notice to that Effect By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY PUBLIC NQTICrE, THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certifi cates of' Freedom during the last Week, viz : Agamemnon ...... ,..... John Davis, Ditto .................. Thomas Cribb, SDitto .... ........ .. ' Wm. Scriven, i *Coromandel(3) ,.,.,.,.... James Richardson, alias Goldsmi...

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(Copy) Castlereagh Street, Sydney, 30th Aug. 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

(Copy) Castlereagh Street, Sydney, 30t GENTLEMEN, I no myself the honour to. inform you, that James Kerton, of Parramatta, in the Colony of New South Wales, dealer, will,, on the second day of October next ensuing the date hereof, through me, apply to the honour able the Supreme Court of New South Wales, for a rule to shew cause why a certain information, given in formation, or indictment, thereupon summons issued, conviction made; and judgment passed; as also all and every the examination and examinations, and proceed ings of every description taken by you, all, or any, or either, or some, or one of you, against the said James Kerton, who was brought before you, all, or any, or either, or some or one of 'you, on a charge of selling spirits without a license, and harbouring the government ser vants of John Raine, Esq. should not be removed into the said Supreme Court, by virtue of a writ of Certiorari, to be regularly issued out of the said Supreme Court, to the end that the same ma...

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

THE house of a respectable and industrious. shop- keeper named Hindhaugh in King-street was subjected. early on Monday. morning last .to a.visit. from the ma- rauders whose depredations have been so frequent of late. The hard earnings of the honest couple were taken   away, together with the contents of their shop,' thereby adding another to the long list of robberies, which our columns of this week present to the lovers of horrid murders and.robberies, for their particular gratification.   THE friends to the Drama assembled a second time on   Monday evening, at the Sydney Hotel, for the purpose of reducing the floating ideas of the different parties to .a tangible shape, and marking out a consistent mode of proceeding, by which the objects in view might .be brought to a bearing. It being pretty generally under ; stood, that there would be "no scarcity of ducats," a respectable memorial to His Excellency, soliciting his patronage, was determine...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

To the Editor of the MoNITon. - IR, You will very much oblige the habtants of Liverpool by informing them the reason why they:have to pay at two Toll-gates between this place and Sydney, when their more fortunate neighbours at Parramatta have only to pay at one, besides being accomnmbdatcd with a much better road than we are, .for .(to,. tell .you the. plain fact Mr. Editor) there are not -more than four miles of good travelling in the whole line of road from Liverpool to the turning on the Parramatta Road,' (five miles and a half from Sydney). and in many parts where it is not stoned, it is, in wet weather, almost(and I may say   for loaded Carts, particularly' at this time) impassable, but perhaps this is owing more to its not coming so much under the notice of the regular Authorities, as the other road. Three years back we used to pay at what is usually called Moore's Bridge half the amount of what was paid at Sydney Toll, and being told that we were to have fine sto...

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

JOHN VAUGHAN prisoner for life charged with hav- ing stolen some stockings and tapes from Mr. W. Park- er's store, was sentenced to be removed to a penal settle- ment for a term of three years. MANY people,tbink the Commissary has offered to. buy the remainder of the Dollars in.order to send them abroad.. We consider it of little consequence whether they are seht abroad, or re-issued and made a legal tender, at 4s. 4d. subject to con solidatign at that price? at a discurnt of 3 per Cent. THE New Dispensary is so ill, with a certain doctor's strong searching medicines, that it is said it will not recover THERE is a rumour that the Governor has given directions to resume the beneficent measure of granting tickets-of-leaves, on new rules to be promulgated. WE believe a Theatre will finally be erected in Sydney. As Christians, we feel it will only be the exchange of the grosser vice of drunkenness, for the vanity. and froth of false senti ment, and the refinements of voluptuous pleasure...

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CHILDREN'S SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

C t- HILDIEN'S SCHOOLS. No colony under the crown,. we have often asserted, is equail to New South Wales in point of public morals. We say public `morals, because, while concubinage and adultery, (through the extreme paucity of women) and the absurd and unscriptural custom of the clergy of the colony, refusing to marry persons in the colony, whose wives and husbands in England will not, nor cannot come out to them, is very prevalent, still there is a pub lic decency-a public support and countenance of mo rality and reprobation of irreligion and grossness, which renders this colony infinitely superior to the heathenish and filthy state of manners in the West Indies, and` con siderably superior even to the two Canadas, according to the latest accounts of travellers. And it is no mean proofof. such our superiority to notice the state of our children's schools in Sydney. THE infant's school which was set on foot. in this co lony on the arrival, and at the recommendation of the Attorney ...

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RAINE, v. KAINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

RAINE, V. KAINE.. Gibbs, convict Servant to Mr. Jno. Raine, made away with his master's money-was much threatened "if he did not tell where he got the spirits"-was handcuffed=--was released and furnished with an English shilling and a six-pence marked onpurpose.-tays he went to Kaine's house with another convict servant of Mr. Raine--called for half-a pint of spirits -says she gave it him with three-pence change. Upon this Mr. Raine, Mr. Fulton, (who is not a Constable) the Chief Con- stable, and Ratty another Constable proceeded to Kaine's house --their warrant was not shewn----Mr. Raine took up a glass and observed it smelt of rum-Mr. Thorn the Chief Constable differed with himn--Mr. Raine was indignant at his dullness. The shilling and six-pence were then demanded of Kaine-She was in fear of being assaulted-they proceeded to search her she resisted. The resistance afforded them time to reflect they began to think it would be better to have a warrant-they retreated-went to Doctor ...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

THE MKONITOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1826. Tue Colonies of Great Britain have become great and imposing, as well in the eyes of the Mother Country as of the world. It would be a difficult thing to decide how much of their importance has been owing to immigra tion and how much to national increase. But we may perhaps assist the judgment in its conceptions of the importance of immigration to a Colony, by considering what the United States or the Canadas would have been, if immigration had been put an end to by law at any given period? AN ;although the moment such a question is put, our minds become immediately impressed with the desola ting :prospects of such a law, (comparatively and. in a just ratio with the period of its promulgation), yet still we think neither the Ministers of the King of England nor his Governors act towards Emigrants when they do ar rive in this Colony with that discretion and humane con sideration which they merit at their hands; if the glory and interest of the...

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In an Excursion taken by the Gentlemen of the Wesleyan Mission to hold District Meetings of their Members and Friends in support of their Society, a humble Church Member stood up at the Windsor Association, and delivered the following homely Verses to the equal surprise and edification of his Brethren. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

In an Excursion taken by the -Gentlemen of the Wesrleyan Mission to hold District Meetings of. their Members and Friends in support of their Society, a humble Church Mlem ber stood up at the Windsor Association, and delivered the following homely Verses to the equal surprise and edification of his Brethren. NEw Windsor, I am come to visit thee- Green Hills, thy former name-where many. a tree Of sturdy growth, defying all surprise Of raging billows, and tempestuous skies; Until the Exile came-with axe and toil 'Gan spread thy tops-upon thy rooted soil- Turu'd thee to ashes, and broke up thy bed Which, yearly once to make-thy leaves were shed. But when the feeble man did tiee engage, Thy huge-built trunk did long correct his rage. Yet his repeated strokes did so resound, That eyes, and ears, strong felt he kept his ground. But bye-and-bye the sounding-echo staid, For feeble strokes--prov'd that his strength decay'd. Anon at length-came down the tree so tall Aud man's last struggle was...

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

*IES 1ŽIIN DI~ GEI.. I. S? L nd tat some attempts' at Newmarket delights .s.......*et- tPatrick's:Plains. -A-friend writes us T t.iee T course is beautiful-a level unobstructed sod of '200 acres in diameter. Ther'e were four tolerable races forda pi'se of 40 dollars ;. another for 32 dollars, a'sweep S stalSes, and saddl rei` p 'ectiVely. The winning horses ",rwere. those of Mr. Singleton, Mr. Yoeman, and Miss ."ingleton. A.r?oTr.ous regulation. exists. at Hobart. Town, that if a vessel leave for Sydney, touchingat Oyster Bay, to take.n.acargo of -potatoes; she-must. first return, to Ho bart Town! This is encouraging colonial craft-building and trade with a vengeance ! What a strange thing it is that rulers will rivet, their eyes on their own blessed rules "-iilregulations so" long, that they become enamoured of . ;.heim and really. act as if colonies were made for good 'ules, and not rules for colonies. A house of assembly would put all these things to right in a month. But a starc...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

To the Editor of the MONITOR. . THE system of Duelling is a'disgrace to modern Ages, a system founded on' any thing but common sense. A mpan insults myv-wife,-I call him out-and am shot. CiN. a more ridiculous method of seeking satisfaction be conceived ý' THERaE ny e many arguments, .I am aware, that have been adduced (generally, however, by braggadocios) in support of duelling;-but of so shallow and puerile a nature, as have only confirmed me the more in my opinion of its criminality-and I have invariably found, that they who are the most vociferous in ldemonstrating the truth of the theory, are the most dilatory in its practice. I am now merely giving my opinion on the ,matter ;-there are many who think widely different, and of whom there is a possibility (though I doubt it) of being, in the T'IE Army (the British Army) for instance, differs csscn ialUy" from me; so much so, indeed, that when ca man enters it, he tacitly acknowledges the propriety. of .shooting2 (under. certain c...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (Continued from our last.) It was exactly with the same limitations and the same views that the Government now concurred in the excep- tion recommended and introduced by his right hon. friend. Their object was, that if in the first stages of the contraction of the country bank 1l. note circulation, a crisis should occur any thing similar to that which had happened in December, the same remedy might be adopt- ed which had been resorted to at that period. He be-   lieved it was admitted by the general concurrence of every practical man of business in the country, that the issue which was allowed at that time, was justified by the circumstances, and was found efficient for its pur- pose. Therefore he thought the legislature ought not to put it out of the power of the Bank by law, to adopt the same course upon the recurrence of a similar neces- sity. (Hear.) An hon. gentleman had said, with all possible fairness, that though he thought the altera...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ON LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 September 1826

ORIGINAL POETRY. ON LIBERTY. STRIKE, strike the lyre, my muse : exert thy skill: Summon thy harmony forth; exalt thy song; For Liberty, the most glorious of themes ; Inestimable, lovely Liberty, Requires thy numbers now; the darling goddess ! To whom in every age incense has ris'n, The pride of angels, the sweet hope of men. But what, thou nymph ador'd, what can be said That has not been forestall'd ? There's not a lay That breathes of freedom, that has not enrol'd In ancient and in modern times, thy name. What votaries, Liberty, hast thou not to boast In ev'ry age ? The noblest of mankind, The best and wisest, ever have been found To do thee homage; in thy social temple The most illustrious of the human race Have made a point t' assemble, lauding thee. What hosts of heroes have thy cause espous'd ? What num'rous martyrs have their lives effac'd,   Spilling their very heart's blood in thy service ? Witness, among innumerable others, The splendid scenes o. Marathon and P...

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

4'OR SALE, at Mr. CAMPPELL'S Stores, the Cargo of 2. GREEN TEAS, just landed from the Jane Eliza, direct from Canton, and which will be disposed of by the Package, at the following Prices :- Hyson skin per chest - - - £ 6. Twuankay hyson, per ditto - - .7 10s. Hivson, per lalf chest . - 6 10s. Young hyson, per three quarter chest or 501b. net 7 7s. Ditto :ditto, per half chest - 5 5s. Gunpowder and imperial, in ten catty boxes. per box 3 10s. The:slhippers of the above teas have pledged, themselves ,as to their superior quality. ALSO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF CHINA SILKS' Shawls, Camblets, &c.&c. and 550 bags of brown sugar. Campbells Wharf. 21st July, 1826, W T. DALTON and Co. beg to inform the Public in S . e general that they have commenced Business as CABINET-MAKERS, JOINERS, and UNDERTAKERS at their Residence No. 19, Cumberland-street, Rocks, where Orders will be thankfully received and punctually attended to. N. B. An Apprentice-wanted to the above Business. MON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. 1~IRS. MILTON, PINscEs STREET, nearly Og ?gt te LVI. Military Hospital, begs to acquaint Gentlemen. that she intends continuing the Establishment of her late Husband, and hopes from the airy situation of her house, and the com. fort and accommodation she is enabled to offer, that she will' meet with the support it is her wish to merit. JAMES JAMES, BOOT. AND 11OE MAKER, NO. 20, GEORGE STREET. ) EGS .leave to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and .D the Public in general, for the favours he has hithertw ceived in honouring him with their support; he has no r Choice Investment of English and Spanish Leather on hand hieh he would recommend to the Trade, particularly Coact Trimmers. N. B. He has also a Choice Assortment of Elegant English Tops for Boots. FINE ARTS. M R. EARLE begs to inform the.Puhlic, that he has. now on Sale, at his Gallery, No. 10, GEORGE STREET,a arf Assortment of every description of Articles used in Drawing; Painting. &c. viz...

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