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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

DoaIES'rIC IN'rELLiOENCE. UPwARDS of fiRe hundred pounds sterling, have been lodged in the saving bank, by the Surgeon Superinten dent of the Marquis of Huntlgy, on account of certain of the prisoners who arrived in that ship.. By this sea ronable precaution; a provision is secured for the re spective owners of the money, whenever the indulgence of the government, shall be extended to them.; whereas ,in all probability, if they had had the money in their own possession, it would have been squandered away, aaC cmpanied with drunkeunnss, insubordlination, and their results, the scourge and the tiread-mill. This respectable Surgeon is entitled to the thanks of the public, as well as those of the depositors of ýh fsaid sums, and we hope other doctors of transports willmitate so laudable an example. A selection has been mid e.by the inspector of roads and bridges, of the men whose length of durance therein, an'd4general good conduct, has entitled them to some measure of indulgence, for t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

                            A Proclamation appears in the Gazette of Wednesday       offering a Reward of fifty Pounds for the apprehension of Stanley charged with being concerned in the murder of Tommy; the Native Boy at Port Stephens in con- junctionwith others now under sentences of Death. the Reward Of Fifty Pounds is also offered for the discovery   of the principals in the Robbery of Messrs Aspinall and Brown, the accessaries to which have been already     convicted. It was Chapman and seven other constables who       captured the five servants of Mr Dulhunty ? in consequences of on of the five giving ? which caused Major Lockeyer and the military to appre- hend two bushrangcrs since...

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, JUNE 22 1825. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, June 22, 1825 -REVEREND SIR, A complaint having been made of your having sol-   lemnized a Marriage in the Parish of Windsor, one of the parties being a Protestant, and. this being contrary to the in-   structions which you received from Major General Macquarie dated.14th October, 1820. l am commanded by the Govenor to call upon you for an explanation. I have with honor to be,... Reverend Sir, Your obedient Servant,     ('signed) ' ALxEXANDER M''LEAY   REV. J. J. THERRY' R.C. Chaplain.

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Colonial Secretary's Office, 1st August, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

k eERENDce 'R . Sin,. . I DDm no?tfail- to ashbiit:to his sx8 eellenCydhq1 V E?,?,, the groundsupon whichb,in :yiur letter of" the2 Xh.ay laapt, you, feared -it would.. be- impossible-for you to.: P~nt. oit.py definite period for.:tratismitting to-me returns oh. bi.rti., ?'_ riages, and deaths, of Roman Catholics, during the year The period is not now far distant,, whenW I-shall li. e, t?cal upon you for a similar return -for the .present year . Vith every disposition to attend to your representations HI a?s Ep cellencv the GOVERNOR -has no alternative --but that or re. quiring" from every' officer under his government, ; bbdienieto colonial regulations. BY a (;overnment and General Order,' promina1ted4lst. August, 1821, soon after your arrival in the-`colony, .itdtwas notified " The regularly established "clergymen of the Nitlbnal " Church, and also the Wesleyan missionaities aiddRdi6ain " Catholic priests, Who are permltted to* exercise:tleir fuen "' lions in- this colony -are her...

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Sydney, 24th June, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

Sydney, 24th June, 1826.     I HAD the honour on yesterday evening to receive your letter of the 22nd instant, informing me of a complaint having been made of my having solemnized a marriage in the Parish of Windsor, between a Catholic and Protestant, contrary to the instructions I had received from Major Ge-   neral Macquarie, dated the 14th October, 1820; and calling on me, by command of his Excellency the Governor, for an explanation: and in reply I beg to state, that there have been but two marriages recently, solemnized by me in the said parish, to which this complaint can possibly refer, and that in both of these, the parties were natives of the colony, and married by me with the consent of their parents. Ot these marriages, no person, in my opinion, has had any reason to complain, unless it were the Protestant minister, who thereby lost his fees. But it is almost impossible to believe that a gentleman who having himself professed the Cat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

gMItefr telula Lk edg- b e r'ments for favours already conferred In' the Book-biiding business; and respectfully Informs the Gentry rand Public in general, she continues the same. in all fits S*afdches. A o~a sOruBdk Ft 3iolios -id cades o a of ll ade . scriptions made to orders: -Libraries repair-d and adjiustedl; C ýuntry. Orders given one week, willbe ready.for delivery the f-"llowving one. . : ' b,"Kingstreet, Sydney. . "N. B.The investment ,advertised per Mary Ann, is houly exlected. ,,. INE TiAS, per the Jon BULL, at the WATERLOO ,E WAREHOUSE,--vi , Best Hyson Skin, per Cheat, - - . 5 10 0 Sterling. . Dq. do. half do. -. - •.3 0 0 . Do. Hyson, do. . - 6 0 0 ,SydneyApgust 9, 182¢.. . . COOPER AND LEVEY. The above are equal-to the Teas of the Amboyna. JUST Arrived, and on sale at JOHN PAUL'S New Rooms , George-street; a small and Elegant Assortment of MiU :lenferv, consisting of Lace Caps, trimmed with Flowers-Sa • tin Turb'ans-Black and White Lace Dresses-Rich Black Silk 'Gros ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

*, Jfy Lords and Gentlemen, 1. " We are commanded by his Majesty to inform you, that his Majesty has seen with regiet the emibarrassment.w'hich loas occurred in the pcctuiary trasactionis of the country, suice the close of. the'last Session of P:irliamcnt. 2. " Tnx embar:nrassmieent did not :'ise froma any political evenlts, either at home or abroad: it was not produced by any unCxpceted d(Icna:d upon the public resources ; nor by the ape?hension of 'any interruption to the general tranqaility. & 3. " SoME ofthe causeS to whici, this evil must he attributed, 'li' without the reach of direct Parliamecatary iuterposition, iinor can sccarity against the recurrence of them he found, ?dilees in the .epecrieLice of* the sutereags which they have 'ccasione:l. 4. " BurT tona certain portion of this eyil, correctives at .leqst, if hot eiiectual remedies, may be appiied; and His M:?testv relies upon your wisIdomi to devise such measuties as amvy tend to protect both private and public...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO ELIZA. On her Determination of Quitting England for the East Indies. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

":r r f `"ORIGINAL POETRY. 9, )Ar Determinadton of Quitting England for the East Indies. SWhat ! "quit the land that gave thee birth, -" Thy native land .where friends abide ? ';'?that happy land of social worth, W -Where peace and virtue both reside . - Where calm domestic comfort reigns ; Where blest religion finds a home; .. Where iplenty crowns the yellow plains, . Where.free-born souls can freely roam? Ah t no, Eliza, think no more, 'Of quittinrg this thy native shore. v. .Whatt quitrond Albion's sea-girt strant , . Where first thy parents drew their breath ? ?.The happy; blest, yet mournful land, Where sleep their ashes now in death " What charms has Asia's sickly climes 'That thou wilt all its dangers' brave; And rashly antedate thy time And fill perchance, 'an early grave ? •Ah, think Eliza, think once smore, Before thou quit'st thy native shore! " What think'st thou they for thee will care, 'h' would fairer faces meet their eyes ? No gem of MIND they value there, '.i ere be...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1826. EXTRACTS FROM TALBOT'S CANADA, PUBLISHED BY LONGMAN AND CO. IN 1824. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

THE MIOVT TOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMlMBER 29, 1826. ExTRaAcTS 'nROM TALBOT'S CANADA. PUBLIsHED XBY LONOMAN AND CO. IN 1824. " To an European, accustomnedto consider-" members " of Parlilament" as umen of distinguished rank, eminent abilities, and splendid fortune, a Canadian' House of As sembly' exhibits a most ludicrous~appearance, and awa kens in the mind none of; those. digni fied and patriotic feelings which the c6nrsciougids 'fof living under an en lightened legislature cannot.f'atllto inspire. In Canada, instead of men of ranik, fortune,' and t.lents, you behold blackmiths, tailois, tavern-keepers, and attorneys, deba-> ting the.. grave and inlportantr matters of State, in lan guage graced with all the ' teclihnicalities of their various professions, from which also they generally borrow apt and edifying' illustrations." ' These discussions are very seldom interesting; but if thby fail to please by the want of. variety in matter, or of' eieance of diction, that is partly counterba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

PROCLAMATION. BY' is. Excellency Lieutenant- General RiAa DAIn S rNGa , Comma~ding His Majesty's Forces, Captain . General and Governor-in Chief.of, the Territory , :pf. New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. W HEREAS 'THOMAS STANLEY, holding a Conditional Pardon, and lately employed as a Saw yer at Port Stephehs, stands charged, on Oath, with being deeply concerned in the Murder of a Native Black Boy, 'called Tommy, on the 8th of May last, and for which Murder, Three Mlen, named John Ridgway, Sa muel Chip, and Edward Colthurst, are now under-Sentence of Death .".NOW, not only for the Purposes of bringing all the Persons actually concerned in the said Mutder, to .umcondign Punishment, but also to mark, with the just `Reprobation of the Government, such Wanton and un provoked Acts of Atrocity, which, if not promptly checked, must lead to the most deplorable Results, by exposing the distant Settlers and Stockmen to the V...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 September 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. A lively Market; with a good 'supply or 'boheat, which sldblil. SIn the Cattle Market, working bulocks fetched- 121; staring ?pir heaid: cows, with their calves 71. - BUSHELS OFi WHEAT SOLD. 6570'at 8s. Od.-230 at 6s. .0d.-30 at 7s. 3d.--16G at 6a. 6d Purchased for Waterloo and Steam Engine, 41¢ at 6.6 ' Total Sold; 1,607 Bushels. Wheat from 6s. to 8s. average on total ýol1,'7. er Bh .Li ?a . . aize from 2s. -cl. to 3s: per Bitsher.-=lutter, qi 9"I t.Q t .o 0. Oper lb.---Chees, it, -Eggsli . 3d"t ?' . 4 . .dozen.--Fowls 3s.. to 4. ::per ý?upl e:D~ aid' -i 5-U: e'e ':I-Truri.es 18s.---Peas 2s. 6d. per peck:.--Pot atock i?.;' to 18s. per cwt.--Bread 6d. ppr Loaf.--Beef 4., g2d, per atop4.--MIutton 4s. 10d.--Pork 5R. Id WINtagau John Adams, Blacksmith, is an indented servant to the Auptralian Agricultural, Company, to serve seven years, and in case of breach of articles, he covenanted to forfeit 250l. but there is (of course) no absurd special covenant by which he can b...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

' ' To the Editbr of the MoNIToR,, SIR, " I use leave to communicate to you the following .circum. stance, to which I accidentally became an eye witness. 'ON Thursday evening, the 28th instant, when taking'a walk 0t. as I generally do, for the good of my heahh, I stopped at a house in the neighbourhood of Pitt-street, for the purpose of inquiriug after the health of its inmate, an aged and. respect able widow, who has been confined to her bed for these six months'past, with infirmity. I had scarcely got the door open, When my ears were assailed by the cries of a female, as if in distress; on turning round to ascertain the cause, and from whence it proceeded, judge my astonishment, when I found the-adopted daughter of the above afflicted widow. (whom she ... reared from an infant) entangled in the rude grasp of a ruffian .costable, on a charge of robbery. With difficulty she dis .engaged herself .and got into the house, whereupon I began to remonstrate with 'the constable, stating th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

CI MINES, -il?wright';tid Machine Maker, Liverpoof , Street, Sydney; respeetfuly informs the Growers o Wheat; and otlier grain ?- 'thehey may' be supplied vwith Thrashing Machines of ai`wyPoaver, together with the neces sary apparatus or mill.wok. fort working them by" Water, Wind, or Animal Power, without the heavy ;expense and delay of sending to England for them, being. ,superior' in principal and eq?ual in quality. Also, Machines. or Mills 'for Grindindmgand ')ressing, withi approved stones, from 20 inches diameter, to 142; togetlit? with Winnoving Machines, and 1Machines for Cleaning Sriiitty' Wheat, &c. &c. N. B. I refer any Geoitleman to WM. ConUDAvX, Esq. near Liverpool, who has a Hom;e Mill and other . Maciinery of my make, worked by Jwo Horses, which will TIlrash, Clean, Grind, and Dress Te., Bushels per, hour; and in a short time will have addced to i `a Bruising Machine, a !haff' Machine, and a niachine for ,init ing Butter." ALL PERSONS havingc1nims upon...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

yg 4VPANPD.N.': PU~Il r'rl ENevlri3_,F~isf.rwý;r %d j SUN' rises. 45 uir. part 5. - H J-igh. Water atr l , J.awkscr" 1.I114 - "ll h -i r 7.."' ptnt 11I'ght. h ".li" rr..ui t4A' ,R."pas k1461LOGfl, " u I tI bl ts 16 as n p Kt' M6 " 20th. ' undaVtrty sit u" 11..:.;P~LIF 1 ~~it~h ae l Highc wUliLr, so Ltk3"s iAdZJ M~urn.-36 ma~ii at.1,Al "' 'I .r wat:r of. O0, bt11 6 (HI Hgh Vter, '9 mtiril. jp#d 2, jnlr4.l-3; ; uifi yas'.3 Aft. IHigh W ater, L9 min Ptsk: - £1, pe-4 :eft. I r , Gti~.fN.--iII I.DdCI 3zid 1c OIrliC(Je L1ba· rqi1'irt."` LW I Cabbaljes AtdI Dow tflý ' weiltbhr Ueci~', £lboW; WaWºt yI oung A lnM Lwo or tbr.'e 3,;r .t ITrATE OF TtIE WEArIIER DURINGU 1'IL LAbI1 WEEIs. WIThI .TIIi VARIATIONS OF THIE TIIEItMo~iEl'E1Et, 1'AKMN A"1 7 A*.. bl. 4D 12 M:. EACh1 DAY RESPECTIVELY. i W.EI). THU RS. Flt D. SA'I. ~N 'D :-~w .69--76 67-731 .bt-72 76-N6' 75-4'2 ' 67-71 67j;47 ( CIear C:1e4ar ar SulItry ' Cielit.wTyuuC Si1ij.y-: 4 W .lT- ' ' tea- With hut earl " ,' .hr. ther: thler. ic. Ilh...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT, Tuesday 3rd October. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

SSUPREME -CRJ?MJAITL :CO?,T.," ?ieday Sy cOc*cter SMr.: I-r-TZY HALL, was put. to the. Bar on a charge of presenting a loaded.Gun At 1Ir.r E S Hall, at Lake Bathnrst, in. September.last year..; 'No Guilly. (Tihe circumstances of this-case were these. About two years ago, Mr. E S Hall, teceived? .bis cousin fromn Enland into his family and:,agreeably to the wish of his " ather as expressed in a letter, "engaged him as his Overseer at Lake Bathurst. The young muan -having. placed a certain suin in the hands of Mr. E S Hall, the later sold him some cattle: to double the amount,. thiit le might'have the benefit of: the increase of the- differeiice. At the end of the year; finding Mr. Hlenry Hall' "ofr use to himself, Mr. ESi Huall procured for. him a- situa. tion with Dr. Redfern,. at a higher sal.iry than '~hat ie had himself given him. But Mr.'H Hall declined, ]J. ving Lake Bathurst (at which place Sir Thqmas is.he had given hinta farm.of 1J0oo acres,) and entered iifo!h kind of partn...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

TO-THmt EDITOR UP TH&ILJt NiTOR. IIrJUNI oR.. Ujjja latter of *iudat.&, ill the (olznilns of yor, late itnumher, istcJ;CaºCcl: a to W1ladV i tdLaa; 1IzI1jct..LbAUIW Oil huie lirIi. u1 vu..,E ruaderb. It %VU aId.te La&Cfhti eqi3º a ii ti *rO4b L&11:pri:(T . lilcu.tv.1iie lkl ei,, leUd ,alnl li £Wbie ILaL·bJ V iliaillti ctial di .d,.lC' 1i1 ..a' t'etttiprice lul" tale Uiiid.ItIA a L;; C U) 'e L.re 1 cuf. u oi 1t.a 2z&Il dhe1CA al obJA.l'.iý 4.ý 'Vad Ut iuira...LLaaty u.) (be º:~ of tas Mid' to Ut taic tjl4l"JJla~ a.fSl.. 41.U 114.11. e 6O-Cdla iLft;! Ll1V at".l l.hil.L "C IF IViLi tUC Iiileri'ahU1' e"Uilu U(1 J io i de I.'dr 1) ºL'L'aa: %. -.lc dn).attt iroai &te..UlIL UL)s0f'VL.t:Ual : LLc -ii' ue U ! aI1dA, or l.a ',Cf"1sai.JlU..Aiu,, , it, will-' e uu .Uii eaauLt iaat..auer for illu Lu t racae Ftno.C evll Lo , to.heir prup.a :O lC:iJ titi; i 4 tO .31 1.1 ("Oji11loii cdil *(1iuib,, 111In let ;lie .dal toa l: ~U-uvlJan L4 .4 uleitaleWf ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

TnE hot winds prevailed lust Snratiray 'n a vi'lert degree, producing clouds of dust, and aff?ctling the e!)'e of the inhabitants with inflinmmation. '1 eae spring Siroccos often blast the wheat wben it is in bIluom, Le.ides injuring the tender springing grass, and. the .iruitatrC blossoms.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

«::z 4RI} J yENTAR Ii:NTEJLrGENCE. °: lthe a1 cif t o:1f ; .IaSt.. a strong debAite took place in, btH(IFas~ei of, Patrliul.nCt, on thie Corn &.?vs. , Owr cantrty re iet?.a nn colonial.. youth. are to,. unierstand, thiat for the en'ouva?:emºent of the growth of bread corn, and t, render Englaad as in'lpewndent as positile' in time of war'anl d mt:r, .of f.reign bre.id, no whea:t is alIowe:l to be iinp.,rte, into Grcat .Britain and' Irel-a!..1, when-the aver:?ge of the m:arket prices of wheat, in the TJnire I king.omt, fall below 'a given priIe per hbuhel. The conse iluence is, that unless the harvest he like one of Ph traiobs fftrvests, the pr:ce of brea. in the mother country, never ftll; below a giid rou:id sum--htit on the other han1d, when in a scarce harvest it might rise to an enornouq amount ; sulch excess is checked by the British. ports heing then thrown open to the adImtsioti of foreign g'rain-w-?ih;h grain, however, being called for suddenly, seldom liuw3 into. En...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

-. SYDNEY MARKETS. -A g-odd supply of wheat met bidders at the average of I':it week ; at the close of the market little remained on Shand. Maize Was abuudant; and fluctuated but little. In :the cattle market a smdt shbew of valuable beasts went off brisk. Horses'seemed to be dull of sale. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. ' Wheat from 6s. to Bs. average ,on total sold, 6s. 10d. per Bidshal. Maize from 2. . 6d. to 3s. 3d. per Bushel.-But.. ter from ~s. 9d. to 4s. per. lb.-Cheese Is. 3d.-Eggs 1a. -to -a. Gd., per doz.--Fowls 3t. 6d. per couple-r-ucks 6 Gd..-?eese lls.---Turkies 16s.--Peas 24. 'to 22. 6d. per . ek :=-Potatoes 1es. 'to, ' s. per cwt.---Rread' &-yd. per a.. .aL---.e.efl 4*, .6d..pgr stone.-Mutton 4 10d. I4-l'trik , ? . ', ' . .e' ' . .: , .', ,r. , ':.. .' ..

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EMIGRATION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

ICtMIRATION (7tAIMITT$E1. J1boec o1F CoI.iIOY5, MAY 1g.-Mn, M. Fr'rzERArn said, that its hle perheiied th colonial secretary in his p1 tce, hie w ti it)i viouJ to ;.Hk hibrl it IIts wvar; i av ir.: of chi lhirges wh ichuId, had been itnput. d in several .puiulic jour nals Ia:nst the c()iloOijmee, whichlh was nIow :,V 10, tic eusing it of an intention to have rcc()ltrsL't to (oillipuls:ºry nmeasures, in ord.r to indue the vouunrer brancthes of the poorer classes of the con'zaanunlr to emligrate. A more false or candaouui ifljiuriat:on, or one likely to have a worse eff'ect, could noL be iamiagined; he had the pleasure of iknowing scveral of the persons who comiposed that committee who were individuals of the verv highest res pectabiity; and indeed .so au from havin;, recourse to * my conpulsion to enforce emigrvtipa, they, only; grantedi .uc'h applications :as were accompanied .with.tthe i pslh earnest solicitations of the parties. MR. W. I loRToN said, that in answer to the question...

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