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RUSSIA AND TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

RUSSIA AND TURKEY. Every arrival from the scene of hostilities may now be expected to bripg important intelligence. The Russians crossed .the Danube on the 7th, in three divisions, at Ismail, near Galatz, and between Ibrail and Hirstrova, where the Danube describes an ir regular angle. St. Petersburg and Galatz being the angular points. The Berlin Gazettes furnish the official details. BetweenGalatz and Ismail, the Turks had taken up a position on the Turkish side of the Danube of considerable strength, the .right being covered by a morass, and thqir left by the fortress of Izakaza or Izakszi." The passage was attempted on the 7th, at one in the morning, and appears to havq been warmly contested-but about.eleven.o'clock the Turkish betteries were taken possession of, and the Turks retreated to the fortress of lzaksza, after set ting fire to one of the suburbs, light battalions of Russians, and several pieces of cannon were landed and took post on the ground abandoned by the Turks. T...

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NEWS BY THE MARQUESS OF HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

N EWS BY THE . MARQUESS OF HASTINGS. ,JUN 29Trl.--The debates in the French Chambers are now characterised by a spirit of freedom .and fearless discussion, which indicates the rapid'extensipn of"'liberal sentiments" apiung the .educated 'clases. The" Peers have confuicne the project of law submit ted to them for regulating the electoral lists, which deprived the prefects of all power over the electors. M. de Villele and his party opposed the" measure, but they were defeated by 152 to 97. Thb Ordinance suppressing the secondary ecclesiastical schools has formed the prominent subject of discussion in the Chamber of Deputies. • The people are said to be averse to the measure, as they had been accustomed to send their children to religious establishm'ents of this nature for education ; and the Jesuits are repre sented as being far from unpopular among the nation at largKe, owing to the religious predilections in their favour, and their own zeal and enthusiasm. Ms Hyde de Neuville, in re...

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GALLERY OF LIVING PORTRAITS, No. XLII. PANOROMA OF THE NEW YEAR (PART IV.) PORTRAITS OF A CABINET-MAKER AND HIS JOURNEYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

GALLERY' OF LIVING". ORTArIr.,5 r , No. XLII. 'I PANOROMA OF THE NEW YEAR( :PART PORTRAITS OF A CABINET-MAKEIR AND pll5% JOU- ?l - Sk 4EYMtN. The Duk'e of Wellington is represenfed in a .* t. shop, aurroundedby the tools commioily uised by .binet-makers, and a variety, of wooden materials: f?':. constructinga various articles of Royal furnitare. ?I, dress is strange and peculiar, one half being tiat~. Field Marshal; and the other that of a .political'leatew .Tlle " Articles of War," and the " Army Reul~CJ , t stick out of the pocket of the scarlet side o thb: 'atý,;" and a treatise on the "" Corn Laws" is seen peepi ng.. from the corresponding pocket of the black skirt},. He has a half-conseucted Cabinet on a bench before,`, him; it is composed of variously coloured bits ot. wood, from rose-wood to ebony ;and he setrps, a.little. perplexed about getting on with. it. iHe: has in hisk:' hand an.augur, with .whiohhe is boring:into is piece.. of damaged mahogany with, all, his mnight. ?...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 18, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

THE YONITOR. S'ATURDAY AFTERNOON,' OCTOBER 18, 1828 CAPTAIN RojnsoN's trial having now gone by, i sad ' men's feelings and prejudices having had timn -o becoiie miore subecit to the dictates of reason :nd justice, we consider that in discussing. the merits of the charges broughIt against the Cap tain, as connected with his defence, we gain: in fa'Irness and propriety all that we may con sider we have lost. in'permitting nearly a month to g6 by... before we analysed the merits of this question. Turs charges bjpnghbt against Captain Robison by the Commander.in-Chief, were eight. Of " :se the first ran thus, . :Iret Char or ghly insubordinate conduct tesonuw ts rcr ' a offlicer, in having, it:wab t stween the mnt4s of January : '` prq.ent ear i'828, cSd stinely transmitted to England.'t sditements', ef n taiuibg `com plants or eha'ges, .with a view to their being.preferred atainst Lieut.,Gensral Ralph Darling his. Comibanding ,Officer, without communicating the said statements to the L...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. REX. v. JOHN MACKANESS, Esq. Before the Chief Justice, and R. Jones and T. Raine Esqrs. Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

]OOMESTIC INTELLIGEiNCE. REX. v. JOHN MACKANESS, EsQ. Before the Chief Jrustice, and R. Jones and 7'. Raine, .Esgrs. Assessors. THE Solicitor General rose. He said, an informa tion at the suit of the King, by direction pof the Gpo vernor, to recover of the Dlefendant the ?'in' of '£516. 2s. 9d. namely the. sun' of '£91 5s. Od. ,due Government in 1826 which the Defendant, had. re tained on account of a salary which he alleged was due to him as Provost Marshal of N. S. Wales,. and the further sum of £424 17s. 9d. due Governament in' 1827, for fees and other emoluments, which Mr. Mackaness had illegally retained and kept back under various pleas. It appeared' tlhat'the Defendantt was ,appointed Sheriff in' 1824, with a salary of a thousand a year, which.?alary was to be made up of the fees of his office as far: as they went.. If the,fees amounted to more than the salary, the' surplu$' wasi tb' be paid 'over.to 'the Rdvenue. r-'f,.le~s, thO deficiency 'was to be paid the Sheriff' out of...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

r Town (ourier of tde 4th 6fAOctober, ;ad hA Iyeti tenler.e thle Cibhmissariat: t??-e.. as lot. as 2d. per lb; nd. some ,at ,t t arise. from the excess of heat above dtltOUs ifptibilo, it is proof of the wealth of that pnflttfy. J.lJmay however arise fromthe extremt arcity f moneyand.fror?jobi&a~g. The BaA '6f ZNew South. Ja~tes.- The. pioprietors Sandh td-ublic *tteaded.atthe Bank-building on Wed .ady;".,acc~rding' to public. advertisement, when, all titesh res' re;aning, for sale, were.taken up. Some efwiusation occurred respecting the offices of cashibar,, ~I'tieler. ' ¶'he saliiy of the former was. fixed at O 50k aiid:a:house, and thatOEf the latterat 2001. 6 a.The.Hee was loading for this port when the Mary IHope left the Cape:., The Prince. ' Denmark, sealer, was spoken off g's ? f- l slan i on; e of the last arrivals, reports tL"r shaving ben successful. pr`., " Since a late trial, of leger-de'-main celebrity, it has ' become quite a fashion in' giving parties,' for g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

COW-PASTOlJRES,,. WITH RESI. DENCE FOR 'A GERNIEEL JA-' '11LY. M R. BODDNHAM is instrncted to J'Sell, by private Contract, a most valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, of 10C( Acres of Land, situate in the County of Canm den, and distant from Sydney 50 miles. It is bounded on the South by the Stone-quarry Creek ; the'land is most excellent, and is one of the best watered Farms in the Colony. The improvements made upon the Estate are vei considerable; there is a good substan tial dwelling-house, of 54 feet in front, with a verandah, consisting of six apartments, be sides a good kitchen and 'a dairy below ground, The house is not quite finished ; but with a small additional expense it naty be made one of the most commodious weather boarded houses in the Country. There is also a strong barn of 40 feet by 20, wiih stock yards, milking paits, calve pen, stables, &e. &c. The garden in front of the house com prises an acre of grotfnd surrounded by a .-.?;ar hedge, well laid out and sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

' TO ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. We feelitaduty weowe to ourselves, :s' regard to the mercantile part of our labours; to suggest to Ship-agens, Landholders, . Merchants, Settlers, Pound-keepers; Mechanics, ajd other Advertisers in the public Journals of this Colony, the superior advan tages'of their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, in Journals, one of which nublishes .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, if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony,' let him,, (if he like) choose the SGazette or the Australian fbr one of the two. But where is the use of his laying out his money in. both these Jburnals, whose rapidity of publica •t',-ion brings his half-guinea to comn pl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 18 October 1828

MARRIED. -By Special License, at St. Phillip's       Church, Sydney, WILLIAM BATE Esquire, J. P.     Lieutenant in H. M. 57th Regt. Foot, to MARY,   second daughter of ---- WELMAN Esquire,     Captain in the same Corps.

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. HOUSE OF COMMONS, 24th JUNE. NOTICES GIVEN FOR 8TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

Friom the Sun of the 25th?June.), :. 'PARLIAMENTARY "PROCEEDINGS. HOUSE.OF COMMONS, 24th JUNE. N?o?IC?s GiVEN. FOR 8tu..JULY:. 1. By ,Mr, Wilmot Horton.--To refer' to a Select: Conrihmittee. all Ats 'of Parliameti since the Union with Ireland. . . •2. B9y Mr. Stewvart.-Papers connected, 'ith the trial, aid. punishmetit of privates .Joseph'. Sudds 'att~Patriek Thominps?n, 57(h i'egimet'twhich took place at Sydney, N. S. W.in November, 1826. SJUDGE 1YLLE.---, r. MirSergeant W yld had the m'rit and high. honoiur of servinrg ier' late: Mies . Queen Caroline, .under .Mi . Broughii.t. 'jT:the a ners and ihai'ructers of the two I arne'd;Gentlenle are not unconmenial. Mr. Serge tnt Wylde.,was once an a4f torney,.jod he had a brother who, being rasher an' in-i citumberance in.the otIice at bome, was provided wvithla jtdicial appointment at Botany -Bay--we beg pardcn, ---we mean ,New,..South. Wales. A. Commisson of Colonial-Inquiry having been institutc'd, thile" Judge wls repolrted to be nut...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

E Wihui prepared a -long nrticle, in the of a rtcview, ,of the speech of Mr. , We felt a strong -ta~ ,ptiun ;to inme.rt it, considered ourte1ri& pledged to publishoq iiue: on * the luttj Gxeuez'.& Court-martial; Newv South Wales Act and the late prose in Parlimrent rtelative to this Colony,"nust fore all stauU Loverrtill or -.ncxt nurumber. t

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

LONDON FASHIONS FOR JULY. ' [Fron Ackermnann's Repository]) MORNING DRESS.- Dress Of girfl- col-rb -p with small lilac sprigs ; the corsage a i' p agn rather high and straight across the bust, edged - -it a narrow cording of lilae Kros de Naples and a .roule of the same down the front and on each side, ih round the ivaist,'whicli is of a moderate length. S" ' tag sleeves, extremely full as far as the elbow An: ' divided by three lilac gros de Naples bands; the r' ' of the sleeve is shaped to the arm, aind'the wia'si e namented with vandykes. The ,bkirt is gathered . fuUl as far'as the stomacher, and has a flounce half a-y.r' deep, arranged in 'large flutes headed by a giraf colour band edgedl with Jilac, With semicirculari.'o naments above, and a waving band, which cnWeities, each division of the flounce; and beneath are two rows'. of lilac placed transversely over the lilac. G..i f' head dress; • at the top 'in front'are two high bows.ofr hair sustained by pins, and bows of satin a...

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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 — 20 October 1828

.aMoRA$DUMI FOR iJrE, ENSUaING wsEK. AIAi'i?IONS 'F TIHERMOMETER, :&C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 iN Tlu MORNING, 12 .AT "OON, AND 5 IN :TIE EVENINg. RflSPECTIVELY. 20th Sunday after Trinity. High Water 5 m., p.. 4 morn.---36 unin p. 4 ; Afternoon. 'i Sun rises 32 rn.p. 5.-tets 28 m. p. 6. ; lo High Water, 15 m. p. 6 Morn.- 43 m. p. 5 SAfternoon. ____._ .. High Water 12 m, p. 6 Morn.-46 .uin. p. '_ (.. :[6 Evening. , igh Water, 13 .m. p. 7 Morn.-42 min. p. 7 Evening. . :, 1igh1 Water, 10 min. p. 8 Morn.-3G m. p. - SNight . SFnll Moon, 17 min. p. 11 Forenoon. High IWater, 56 m. p. 8 Morn.-10 min. ' !p. 9 Night. ' H1iglh Water, 30 min. p. 9 Morn.--50 min. p. 9 Night. Hun'a9 ...... , 72fi$N BW. Fair. F~I.A..IM ........ 58 67~~, . Do... * 4TVRDAY........ 56. 69 65 S. E. Cloudy uIJ,1)n.: d'...'.. 568 ,62 Do. Ra? • :MMoNoi i .'?..... 1~7 69 63 N.'E. Fair, T ?UESDa" ....r. ... 581 66'? Do. . Do, WasRID.N8DAV.Lo 4... 65182.7t . i. W. nDo.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

To rse EDITOR'Or'THUE IMONITR. i Sif, Wrrn deep regret and mingled ind igntion'.1 : b~en ajprised of tike' otitinged an?oyaricet andi 1 persecution; to. which...the...Reverend .Mat'iTtr in suibjected. I have seeh "a n·ote front a peron whose naxme.lwill Rot condescend to quqto roleifsi ipg this learned it-d pious Pastor'iom. the futurPej. a formance of divine service in thie old. (CTur hlroiat and anothei .note to nearly, the samie ,ecnt, .tha t? ,a cartonished us-till. more, bearing a signnt?c"e. (wphirh . 1 wish I could believe .to' bo. .forgery).. I. Iock ip vain for any ;jestificaton,..motive.;. nndn .enz om pielled to attribute suad coinduct to . some c nirnciuston inhlience-anelicail .6or demioninn!n, I. venture not te pronounce ! In this Colony the Ctholiis form neairls two thirds of the whole population; and they oarte widely extended through its virious districts. .'or-thi care of their s?ul, one priest is allot-cd, with a paltry stipend of £100 per annum'! For superintcndi...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

Average price on quantity .opd: Wbeat 18s: Stg.-Jize . I it Es. Od.--Bari Oats Os. Od --Fine Flour, 40e. sterlin 1bi.-Secajnu.s tdo. 36s. Qd--Bread 94,it oauf.-PotatLes 20s. per cwt -Fresh, jpCr ib--idat do. 2... 6d.--Beef 2r: stone-Mulitbon 3s. 4d. do.-Pork; 4e On(ons 5d. per' .b.-Fruit ddar, do,-iIay £.i7 per ton,-Straw -i 11 No. 81 George Street Sydney. Nei. u c6 EDI VF). PMRIN'JE.D, OND)PUfLI8tLE Y ~T1i PR hePT~iETWP AWARD SMl't'tl tJALIj, r

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

.eW.beg to infornm our Subscribers both in town an ~"?untry, they must consider fthe ddlivery of their NVewss popra by 's to the Post-master in Sydney as regards ouerfriends up the country, and to our news-carrier a.v regards our friends in T?own, ir vtalid delivery tQp them in law 'respectively, the samen as ~r put ' .p ? tkiir own haids... Subscribers. who do ,iot.receive h.":eir papers regularly, are requested to complain to i~:.: -=rby?letter:; (postpaid) and, as far as.we can, we will : iney the evil. But we will n?t be answerable for the S...:ilit.ery of our Journal in a more eftectdal man . ýer than thus, set. forth. This is the conditicn on :'?.hikh we sell our Journal, and of which' we hereby j.egt? estal( our Subscribers to take notice. 1% pisbke are cautlontcd to pay no money, normake any "petltlent on account of the Proprietor of this. Journal, withouet" demianding a PRINTED recenpt' S gfned by"' him in his' own proper hand writing. MToiiey "paid on h'id'dounr t 'without...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

a4I Ath~e be '4f' EiFý = tan~ PQU Ireatj ub. are by io ed£ 7ýr to, QnIýI "; 0T I d~ &P~~rx-f.:his; r·;-aIt4 a ·s t au layment a 1)lit * NUMBERS OF TEIL.::.1Q)VNfNOTE' Sri:.__ - $o.~Q 19,517 No. I9!SE 6~F;~b~ 52 16,801 5' 2" 97.- 83 28 19605r, 19 86' 29 53 , E-.-41- · -.·1- ·· 30hl 1. "I'6 27ý. ' 1 .37,002' " .. 2z : `; . 41 &0 1 42 43 19 43 S 37 54 23 46 ~ 24,a 47. LV 30~49 ':. 4B . 33 . p0! l · 71, 34, 52 13._ Y:.. 3s ., 53 3,2 24 39 54 C ! .90.6 44 -~: ,ei-l ' s,- 47 - " 59 93 16;1 . 1E 17050 60 ·- Q O,99; 1 . V7'. r 62 %I 92. - 75:i : ~b "3 ' 3 96) 12 ··;l~ ·XBl i;1. 7 · 14-~'~ SO'' *"-I~rr .,.-'r~ ! 6. -9 1 .22 , 98. ,2 8 ' 7 , 1 0 1 ": 9 4 ~ 20 22 ·· ·9 112 71,200 38 .14 '. '; Z;ý, UMBERS, OF": FIVE " POUND " N rT'ES 1,7% 10,003a No. "16,673 No. 17,093. No. .17,470 'd33 i.k .. a7"06" 1 01'R . 162 7 3 90~ 11t 70'.s ) 4 ;.i ''. , ?i .ý " 509 : 10 17,510, " 'I. 1.. .+ .i . . 2 T ,- -,, -.,ý_ ,3) .20 :; 3:3 -36. " W. 46 2 4, 2 ' .333 'O-·' 40',2 40: 6. 2: '7 3 8. 6'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

10. ADVERTISERS IN GENERAIL, AND AGENTS,OI' SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. "'Wefeelitaduty weowe toourselves, tn regard to the 'mercantile 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 tiges of. their advertisiug in a -weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, in. Journals, one of whise vublishes three times a week, and the other twice. . For the same price that the Sydney; , 'Gazette charges an advertiser fior 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 wiishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the' (o lony, let him, (rf he like) choose the. :tG Gazette or the Australian Jibr one of the two. But where is the use of his laying 'out his money in both these ournals,,whose rapidityp of pubilica uor?"? bring.hs hi. -at...

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RUSSIA AND TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

RUSSIA AND TURKEY. Every arrival from the scene of hostilities may now be expected to bring important intelligence. The Russians crossed the Danube on the 7th,' in three divisions, at Ismail, near Galatz,' and- between Ibrail and Hirstrova, where the Danube describes an ir regular angle. St. Petersburg and Galatz 'being the angular points. The Berlin Gazettes furnish the official details. BetweenGalatz and Ismail, the Turks had taken up a position on the ?urkish side of the Danube of considerable strengtt ,the right being covered by a morass, and their left1iy the fortress of Izaksza or Izakszi. The passage was attempted on the 7th, at one in the morning, .and appears to have been warmly contested-but about eleven o'tlock the' Turkish betteries were taken possession of, and the Turks retreated to the fortress of lzaksza, after set ting fire to one of the suburbs. F ight battalions of. Russians, and several pieces of cannon were landed and took post on the ground abandoned by the Tur...

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NEWS BY THE MARQUESS OF HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

BY THE " MARQUESS OF HASTINGS. JuNE 29Trn.-The debates in the French Chambers are now characterised by a, spirit of freedom and fearless discussion, which indicates the rapid extension of liberal sentiments. anmong the educated 'classes. Tiie Peers hlive confirmed the project of law' submit tid to them for regulating the electoral lists, which deprived the prefects f all power over the electors.; M. de Villele and his party opposed the measure, but they were defeated ." 152 to 97. The Ordinance sJuppressing the secdndary ecclesiastical schools has formed the promitiet subject of discussion iln' tii3 Chamber of Deputies. The people are said to be averse 'to the measure, as they had been accustomed to send their children to religious establishments of. this nature for education ; and the Jesuits are repre sented as being far from unpopular among the nation at large, owing to the religious predilections intheir favour, -and their own zeal and enthusiam,. M. Hyde de Neuville, in reply. ...

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