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

? COVE:: THIS SEASON, 4O LENDON, &N.iT.R'3 RFE.. S'ea. 101-St Grooms'. Fee>idchiuded. THE BAY HORSE 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; VI7TAS got by Bo'urbon,dam .'Tramp's dam) by SV Gohatnna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c. ?'de Stud Book, tVol. 3. SBurbon was" got by 'sorceeer, dam by Pre. cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of'Tiffany, liy -elxpse; &c &c.-Vide. 'Stud Book, page, 289D; Iohinna was got by Mercurvy,dam by Herod, her 4;am Maiden ' by Matchem, &c. &c.---de W Sud. Book, poge 151, Vl. 2. . PERFORMANCES in 1827,. " J.Wumarhet 1st Spring Meeting, Monday, f4pri 30th, * - ' 1827. 'Handicap sweepstakes bf 10 isovereigns each,' for Horses df all ages, Ab; Ith. Lord Southampton's-b. c. Teos, by Bourbon, 8st. 10 lbs.; - - - 1 Mr. Wyndham's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 st. 6 lbs. 2' Loid Darlingtor's Abion, 9st. 51b.'; Mr. Howe's Skiff; 9st. ; Mr. Payne's br. c. the General, 8st. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

Arritals.---On Sunday ,tl?'e 'ship' MarLess .o Ings, Capt.Drake,.. from London, 30th qffJo Jl 198 lale I'risoners. Sutigeon Suporintend Rae, R. N. I'assenrgers Col. Allen, of the 57 and family---On Tuiesdliy, the brig Celia,. Ca` `Lger, from the Isle of Friiace,. August' 14tl_ with .sugar. Two 'transports .on; board this v ..Same day the "brig Lord Rodney,: fro. Ton 24th Sept; Laden, Oil and-Arrowroot.---Oa , d'ay the schooner Huniur, Caipt. Peters, fro Scastle,. with cqals. ---On Friday 'hd:brig Da' London May 3rd, vil :.Hqbairt,'own Oct. Ist, general cargo.. r 4 -. J)eparlures.---On Sunday H. H.i., S.Rainb Indid,via Hohart Town. On Monday thue a" Wa'terloo, for Poirt D)alryT -ph with'suttrieLi' * day. th' Governin? nt" brig'~J'ary UEitzd6M4i Macquarie-with troops,.atrccs, .&a.,:Th tro -relieve those now doing duty at tbhat sfttleme Projected' Dspartures,---To mxorraw the: Merchant, and -Ardb, fbr Batavin . Also the b rier and-John Dull, for the Spermu Fishery' Flamning? fo...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

M.i OIobart Town Courier of the htI ays,7 pthat beef hiid been tendered'the eou60 si D partment there as low an 2d.. er lb.; and obmb sat Sld. `-If this arizc from the excess of -meat above 'the consumption, it is proofof.the wealth of t.?t Country. It may however arise from the extrei4l scarcity of money and fromajobbiG.: The TAr "2 r w Sor T roWles.-The 'proprietors and the p . e?i "attiaded at't, b Banklbuilding on Wed. snd¬y,? i?. .:. to public rdvertisYmentý when all 'ihe'slares rem i:n" g for dale wrd takena uD. Some conversation occur?cd respecting the of-ices of cashier, and teller. The salary of the former was'fixed at 5501. and a house, and that of'the latter at 2001. The HLehe was .loading for this port ,when the Mary Hope left the Cape. The Prince 'bf: Dedmnark sealer, was. a pqken off -King's Island, by one of the last arrivpls, reports hLr having been suscesfuL= S' Since a late trial, of legei-dpe-mial celebrityi It has become quite a fashion in givipg parties, for gue...

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

JOHN CARM C HAE1 L,: Ing river, -begs 5 moest respectfully to *.iitimnte .tp the (Gentry 'dind Inhabitants' of Sydney at large~ that hi dow redides.'tt tle.house of.:Messrs M' Naughton atid owell, napothecaries, No. 6, King. Street .. wvhere'" lil'meat's to' prose cute his .,profesuio, ini' all 'its :various Branches.. .. . . , J. C.: returns, bisd, ,sincere, and "rateful 'thanks to those whbo hare- hitherto honoured him with their'fatovrse; and .'entures to pledge iihnself, that none who,think .proper to employ him will e er have. cause to.repent their .kindness and pIatronageo . Orders executI1 l ,ith the utn 6st'prompti tude care and deipatcb. , ' . N. B. minatures fronm o wo to reguineas; transparmnt. window. blinds5.paittitd to ordier; landscapes copied and all?kinds of f,?ary worlt dope in the ge.at mwannet, -, Y r +j. "u " .?."l , STEEL'i'RA'V.' ' O ? d:'ver during the r'lnainder of the .'Seastn,. ut..Hoare Town, the Estate of Dr. Douglass, on the Cow Pastures hiit ce. lebrat...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, [?]828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 October 1828

TH E MONIIIT IAOR. MONDAY, OCT'OBER 20,. 828 } AerrowI.N Rom3eoN's trial having ro.vfgone by, ... 'lnd'hI'~eelings and prejudices liavingh-ad time to become. more subject to the dictates of reason kn4· justice, we consider that in discussi'ng the Sedritas of the charges brought againust the Cap taina,as connected .witl his defence, we gain in faainies and' propriety 'all that we may con s~der .We have lost in pernitting nearly "a monti S o g.ty.. before w'e ~salysed the merits of this r acitrges brought'ugainst Captain IRobison %i the (3omaisander in4Adhief, were eight. Of s,.? % .-i-r? rihl' lnansb?rdina, conduct , be ýoliupg 'the c'bth atr i ns <l:cticer, in heving pan-OW C ai 'e M1*Wt) 46months of January .p May tl iP prcment 904 I8' , clandestlziely t4 tEpglan, ,st ntbncontaining corn plaints or charges, with a iew to then being-eafertd'' -aisnt Ileut.;Gen1ral :Ralph.Darling hisComtianding.: Oflicer, withot communnicating the said statenents to. the' Lieutenant Genera...

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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 — 20 October 1828

GALLERY, OF LIVING POR RA.. No. XL II PANOROMA OF THE NEW YEAR (PART' s PQRTRAITS OF A CABINET-'P4AER AND'HiS JOi R" NEYMEN. ' The Duke of Wellington. is represented in,a w?k , shop, surrounded by the tools comeponly used by% ' binet-imakers, and a variety df wdoden materialSfor. constructing various articles of Royal furnitare.i Bli dress is strange and peculiar, one half being that of s Field Marshal, and the other that of ' a olitical leaer The " Articles of War," and the "'Army'Regulatioas'... stick out of tie' pdcket of the scar'lef side of the.cqat, and a treatise on the " Corn Laws" is seen .e·plsg from the corresponding pocket of the black eklrt . He has a half-constructed.Cabinet on a bench' :bi;frdr him; it is composed of variously coloured bits of. wood, from rose-Wood to ebony ;' and he seems a littlI ' pperplexed abouf getting on with it. He .has.in.."iP,i hdind an itigtir.' with which he is boring into a p1ece= of damaged mahogany with all his might.' His ~sil-i .tory ...

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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 — 20 October 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. REX. v. JOHN MACKANESS, EsQ. Before Mte Chief Justice, and R. Jones and T. Raine Esyrs. Assessors. TaE Solicitor General rose. He said, an informa tion'at the suit of the King, by direction of the 'Go vernor, to recover of .the 'Defendant the sum of £516. 2s. 9d. namely the sum of £91 55, Od. due Government in 1826, which the Defendant had re taiaied 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 Government in 1827, for fees and other emoluments, which Mr. Mackaness had illegally retained and kept back under various pleas... It appeared that the Defedddant was appointed Sheriff in 1824; with a salary of ;thousand. a year, which salaiy 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 surplus, was to be paid over to the Revenue. If less, the deficiency was to Sbr paid the, Sheriff out of the Colonial Revenue. The" ...

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

CAPITAL HOMESTEAD IN THE CC W'"ETU IIrUE Si" WITHI."' R SI? DFNCE 'FOR -A GENTERL FA MIYLY, M R. BODDNITAM is instrncted to. . Sell, by private Contract, a most valuable FREEHOLD ESTA'TE, of 10(0: Acres of Land, situate in the Cointy of Cam den, and distaint from Sydney 50 mines. It is bounded on the South by the Stone-quarry Creek ; the land is most exceilent, and is one of the best watered Farms in the Colony. The improvemnents made ut;on the Estate are very considerable; there is a oood substan tial dwelling-house, of 5 1 ft.et in front, with a verandah, consisting of six upartments, be-, sides a good kitchen and a dairy be:ow ground, The house is nut quite. finished ; but with a small atdlitienal expense it umny be * madeone of the most cor:mn odious weattier boarded houses in the Country. There is also a strong barn of 40 feet by 20, wiih stuck yards, milking, pails, calve Cere, stables, &c. &c. ,The garden in front oftlhe house com prises an acre of ground surr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 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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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 25, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

SA TU1DAY AFTE'lNOON, OC TOBER 25, 1828. Tau proclamation of the Governor: increasing the duties on tobacco and spirits, has excit4d, a good (teal of attentioan in Sydney. Of, pleaiure among some, and dissatisfaction.a. ao ong hers W?We, as usual, are among the Inul-contents. THE first and chief cause of our dlssatisfactiun Swith this proclamation, is, the bipgjemit ed by it .of.,tbhe degradation. of.the Colonist' ;,?o4 though 'according tQ Mr Hitskissoi, possessing,a; their " birthright,', the privilege of taxing themi .selves,.' are, nevertheles s obliged: to submiu tibe taxed at~thepleasure of one man.. The Governor li ! ver.is nt,tou blae.,for this. H,ei# bouqd to act 'on the powers invested in him, to the best of his judgment. Therefore we blame not him.. But we do blame H.. M.,Ministeis, who. could deliver up the.purses of H. .M. freep subjects in New South Wales, into the bands of one man, and-direct him to take such sums thereout as he " might think. proper. Such - power we ...

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Dabee, Sept. 10, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

·-Dabee,:Sept.0:",1.828. To THE EDITo or TOiniaION1'It,`y Perhaps :you may think' the undermienttoned s'atemcnt worthy of publicity iii yqur jouirnal, as it will'exhibit to the authorities the erroneous. construt-' tion which overseers and others place upon the Im pounding Act.. About the 23rd of August, an over seer named Newland, in the employ 'of Mr. Edward Cox and Mr. John King, found a quantity of Mr. Fitzgerald's sheep upon their wheat, about seven acres, and immediately ordered three men to drive them to the pound, a distance of seventy miles, without having ascertaincd their number, or acquainting any .of Mr. Fitzgerald's men regarding the circumstance, although they were within'two miles of .Mr. F's farm. After they ha I proceeded fifty miles they were met by Mr. F's overseer, John Barkcr who requecsted they would.deliver the sheep over to h;m, na.he woutl be ;come responsible that the amount of damage should be paid, uuid not to drive them to the pound, its that must be at...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

Arrivals.--On Thursday, the Currency Lass, froa Port Dalrymple ; cargo 700 buslthls of wheat. Pa" I senger Mr. Lar.g.-On Ft idty, the ship 11agnet, from ? London via Hobart Town, cargo sundries.-Also th'' Columbia, from London, cargo sundries. Departures -On Sunday the 19t1h, the.Bengal itkr chant and Arab, for Batavia. On Friday the Jol1 Bull and Courier, for the Sperm fishery. - - Projected Departures.-- On Monday, the-Lord Lice pool, for Newcastle. Same day the Flamingo, for t ij,ý 1sle of France. On Tt tsday the Clcopatr , for th', Isle of France. On 'ht:rsday the Currency L1ass, Port Dalrymple. Same day the Lotl Rodney., fo Hobart Town. The Curoli;4e for London, via Isle ao France, on 2nd Proximo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

Champa,.,ne of superior quality Chatenu iMi eargaux Ditto Larose Clarets Good "X Vin ()rdinaire" Light flavoured Bucellas7 A lhicerim Cadova Hock (Light White Wineý Sauterne r Marsalla J A choice assortment of Ports, Sherries, and Aladeiras. No. 3, Pitt-street. J. . IIARRISSON;.I J.~~ ~ ":,!iznrs c~;

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

To ruT EDITOR OF THE MiONITOR. , S , Parramatta, Oct. 13th 1828. THn " sham post"'goes on here very badly. ' Some bony told me a month ago, there were letters lying for me in the Ofice. From that time to this, I have sent every other day for them. Sometimes no one was in the office to-sive an answer.. At other timqs, the messenger was told, after being, kept a full hour, that there. -were letters,, but. the Barracl~ ..m.hn iid them. Once the messenger brought word back, that. the Ccnstables had them. At lijngthb I got a.lawyer's letter from the writer of the letters. I suspected (as was the fact) that this was in consequence of my nbt answering them. I sent once more, being about the twelfth time, for the letters, with orders to the servant not to leave the office till he got them. After waiting three hours, a Constable drew them out of his pocket. I learnt from them, that a writ would follow the law yer's letter, unless the contents were acknowledged. Thus througl; the state of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

, Ie ar Itcle to p delivered at the tomunissariat r!t ; tdur. if such qtuSitingeaad At such 11a y te reqstre. ' 4 :ujt to be equal In quality to a sample e)?j'4 i at this offtlice, and the other article-4o S nof.uuexceptionnable quality. S:teders must specify the priee per gallon, t uperial maeacure, demanded for the Oil.' . ' Jille value of the casks, packakes, or bags, in wi clh any of these urticles may be delivered, to _ e:in litded in the price denmar ded. : ERSONS, desirous of supplying for the public service, such'quantities of ARROW. ROOT;, -SUGAR, TEA, and RICE, s may be required for twelve months, from the ,,th Decemuer next, Are requested to transmit their Tenders in writing, to this office, sealed and eidoraed accordingly, at 12.o'clock, on Tuesday, the 18th November next, accompanied by .sam. ples of the'articles. The 0rticles to be delivered at the Coaiinisariat Stores, Sydney, in such' qjuantities' and at such rmes .as may, be required, and at ill times to be tlbjct t...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

~SYDNEY MAIKETS. icerage rrice on qanhfty sold : Wheat 1Ss. Sty.--Maize I is. Od.-Barley 10s. ()ats Os Orl -Fine Fiour, 40s. sterliug'.per 1(0) lbs.-- Second, to 7. ,-o -3$.-Breid 9 d..iý . louf.-Potatcoes 20s. per ewt -Fresh futter ? per lb--Salt do 2s. 6d -Beef 2s. 8l. pci stmone--Mutton 3s. 4d. do.-Pork 4s. Od. Onions 5d.. per .h,-Fruit dear, Vegetabl?s do,--lay £.17 pr ton--straw I 10s. M 1I CHA NDISIL . Hyson tea, per Ihalf chest of 32 lbs. £7 Os Od.- Open green £6 Os -:Sugar by the. cwt. 4d. lb.-Brazil tohbcco by the basket 2s. 341. per Ph Negrohead per (ask 38. 9d per Ib --Soap by the, cwt. id. per lh.-Foreign proof rum by the 5. gallons 1 Is. 6d per gullon.-(yin 14a.--Bran dy 15s. 6d C(oloniaul ituade spirits 10s,-Cape wine 5s. o(I. per (Gulon. Red 3s. 6d.-Bloom Raisins 6d per lb. by the box. No. 81 George Street S,dnehy New' South Wa,* KDITED. I'RIN'IED, AND PUDLIS?I DP BY THE PRO)PRIETo?T, EDWARD SMITH BIALL.

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POLICE OFFICE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

POLICE OFFICE, SYDNEY. MASTF.R AND APPRENTICE.-The' master of an ar ticled yuth for a stated number of years, complained of his 'ipprentice for that he refused on at Sabbath day, to .attend Snnnt James's Church when desired. 'Thle daster said that the lad was sober, honest, and a good workman at his trade, but then he would take Sunday afternoors to himself, and not abide by the regulations of his family, which were, that the ap prenticcs" shouhl attend Church every Sunday morn ing, return home to dinner, then .if they pleased, they might take a walk for a couple of hours, but be in time to attend Church at afternoon service, to come strlaght home from Church, and remain in. doors till the time thht evening devotions at St. James's comn mcnced, afterwards to return horde and retire to bed. These rules the hid in.question would only partly comply with, though in other respects he kept good hours. Algistrate.-- Pray Sir, are these rules you talk of included in the Indentures ? 1Mlaste...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Lieutenant General Cole has by this time arrived at the Cape as Governor in the ro0m of the beloved and patriotic Lord Charles Somerset. Lieutenant   General Sir Charles Colville is now Governor of the Isle of France. There is a rumour afloat that Melville Island is to be abandoned. The new Court-house, though an immense time completing, is a 'most commodious building for the purposes to which it is appropriated. Mr. Harris's rotunda and geometrical stair-case, are, it must be allowed, a -vast improvement to the arrangements above stairs, whether utility or beauty be considered. Every thing is now commodious, and there is nothing but what is, pleasing if not elegant. The Oflicers of our Courts are all accommodated in a most efficient, manner. - We understand the first field of wheat will be cut next week at the Hawkesbury, and that new wheat will be in the market this day fortnight. The vessels expected with wheat, flour, and rice, from Batavia an...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES.. InrTtRRUPTrIN -BY CouvnsLB..-Dl. Lushington, in the course of his speech, had occasion to corinneunton the 'circumstance of a draught for a suni- of niodey bearing date a day poster;or to that on which tl#e wit nesses on his behalf stated it to have been signed by the testatrit; and he observed, that nothing was more common than . for a. person to post-date a draught when it was.signedlatein the day. " I am sitrd,Sir," said; the ]earned advocate, "'when 1 sign .anu opinion late on Saturday night, or between' that and Monday * mornipg, I always date it on the Monday." Sir J. Nieholl-You never date it on the Sunday? Dr. Lushipgton-Oh, never on the Sunday. Dr. Lee here rose, and remarked that it'was highly improper that the court and counsel should cut jokes together in a case of such.importance as this, involving questions of fraud and perjury. 'He was justified in making this remark as amicua curie. Dr. Lushipgton desired he might not be interrupted by Dir. Lee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

STEELI'RAP. . V'r')o Cover during the remainder of the •. LSeison, ?t Hoare Town. the Estate of '::iDouglass, on th'e Cor Pastures, that. ce. Sebrated thorough-bred English Blood Horse LSTEELTIRAP, the sireof spring-gun and ,Nell Gwynne, the. winners of the produce atnd other stakes at the last meeting of the '"urf. Club. STEE LTRAP, for size, bone, Sandhsymmetry, is nqt equalled by .any Blood fHorse ever imported- into the.. Colony. He w'illt be J.imited to fifty 'mares' this season. and the .Proprietor will, supply half of this utmber himself.'. ,Terms--?o st1 . Groomage. included. : '" Good Paddockcs' for Mares gratis. SB.I Spring Gun was also the winner of the Governur's Cup at the late races at Parrainatta. . 77' WARRIOR. A RiROri, "ILLa Stand this .season at M r. John :' VT. stone's Estate George's River, sire by: , egent, dam by an Indian Mare, stands 16 .viands hig~, is a bright chesnut, with great strength bone and docility. STerms three pounds Star. grooniage in eluded, rp...

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