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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

'e beg to £i foras our 4;ascribers both .in town and ceuntry, they must consider the delivery of their News papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friendf up the country, and to our news-carrier ai regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them its law respectively ; the samke as if put ijto their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their, papers regularly, are requedted to complain to *i by letter ; (past paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the ddlivery of oar Journal in a more efectual man per than thus set forth. This is the condition on which we sell our Journal, and of which we, hereby request all our Sub.cribers to take notice. The p'ub' qe cautioned to pay no money, normahe any settlement on account of the Proprietor of this joeknal, -without demanding a PRINTED receipt signed by him in his own proper hand writing. Mgney paid bn his account without such receipt, will ~o; be given credit for, no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

rI- ' '1Tr PROPEA'rY `OF GEORGE B t0WN. ý''L'e"di k'hJ SOl 1,4 'Liverpool:. X_ !OCover lus season, SYNTAX; is a 11stau iful danpdled bay, with black legs, 5 d ;d ie, tdll, 16'hantlsarid 3'lqarters high, 11e 4 gair 6id,'iB `remarkable for docili ty I ijsort' of harness; he was bred: by the-late .Wmi. Campbell, Harrington Park. Data blonoil mate' haptrted td this Colony in yhbvear 182"1; and sire'thai wWlt known TAe a FIANCE. He' will travel through the iltj'ictse of Campbll Town, Liverpool, Parramatta, Kissing Point, Prospect, Brin gefllyCbbbety, and the Cow Pastur.s. ei'ms '2: 6§"s. Ag. each mare, and 5s. ki ngs groomnge. IrPaqrentto be made in Januiar 1. 829. pV3O owver..tbis. season,- that,. well -known " e b~rWeHALEBONE. the Property of BBeB G lktze ffthe Ship Inn' Liver poo s adifr' hkcein, rising 7 years old, 16 hands high... fle was bred by Mr. Pye of Baulkham Hills; dam a fast trottina mare, and li other to' eratch by the sire; Whale . b woz .wilt'trot at the rate- of 1i mile...

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To CORRESPONDENTS.— Advertisements sent to this office must specify on the face of them the number of times they are to be advertised, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

7o ConRRal6PONDKNTs.-Advertisemnents sent to this '"/`ofce m'sst speciy on the face of them the number of tharJ they are to be advertised, otherwise they will be codiinucd until counternmunded. - '`everal ldtters addressed to us, are lying in the Post O ce but cot being post-paid we cannot draw them. DI4RY. MEMORANDUMI FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIAlIONS G F THEiHMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THn MORNING, 1Z AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVEvIG RESPECTIVELY. 22nd Sunday afte.r Trinity. Higrh w ater 33 m. p. 3 morn.---5 min p. 4 Afternoon. Sun rises 18 in. p. 5.-Sets 42 4n. p. 6. ",Higb Water; 36 m. p. 4 Morn.-8 min. p. 5 I IEvening._ __ High V ester 40 m1 p. 5 Morn.-14 .u. p. 6 Evening High Water, 46 m. p.6 Morn.-20 m. p. 7 Evening. li tl ý'ater, 41 min. p. ? Morts.- Ngh ý j ,, High Water, 15 m. p. 8 Morn. H ~igh W'ater, 30 mi. p. 8 Morn.-54 min. a o p. 8 Night. J, I New Moon 9 min. p. 1 morn. I'HURSDAY ...... ..63 86 65 N. E. Fair SFRIDAY ...........70 79 63 Ditto Ditto SITUR...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, I was surprised in reading the Sydcney Gazette last week, to see an advertisement signed by Mr. Hig,, as Secretary to the Benevolent Society, apologiuiij for not having ins.e ted.Dr. Bland's name in the list of the Committee. Why Mr. Editor, this is too bal What ! a Gentleman who has devoted his days aMt nights for many years (no: to mention his purse) td thieinterasts of the Institution, to be forgotten in it inst-unt, and by those who were daily witnesses of hbi exertions-it is monstrous ! The worthy Doctor how ever may have this consolation, that the many poor: wretches who have experienced his kind assistan have not forgotten him.. I cannot perceive what, the& " hole-and "corner" men are after; they seem resold to turn evary thing to which they put their hands, inti a job, and to oflicialize the interests cren of a Benevo lent Institution to their own purposes. The * w 6, and his friends must be looked after, or I sadly fe we shall have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

ý. - X'TICE. BAIK OF AUSTRALIA. TNMditon , the Numbers of FIFTY and STWENTY POUND, NOTES already pub lished, the Public are hereby cautioned not to leceive. anj of 'the following TEN and FIVE pOU D NOT , of the Old Plates of this , as the Payment has been stopped : NUMBERS OF. TEN POUND NOTES. Ko. 10,517 No. 16,798 No. 16,940 No. 17,115 ,52 I6)801 56 23 63 2 78 '27 97 . ? 83 "36 10,605 19 86 29 33 21 87 30 16, 27 171002- 82 18 37 5 40 21 40 18 42 10,715 43 19 43 .37 . ,54 23 46 20805 64 24 47 12 67 30 49 13. ' . .. 33 50 15 71 34 52 18 73 38 . 53 32 74 39 54 59 . 86; 44 55 83' 98 47 59 93 16,904 17,050 60 100901. 7 54 62 14 11 69 71 19 13 90 72 21 14 . 92 75 27 17 94 ;' 80 39 21 96` 1 49, ' 22. .98. 8 16,751 28 17,101 . 94 77,.. 29 .2 97 ;. 81 33 12 ' 17,200 95 38 t 14 ." -"UMBERS OF FIVE POUND NOTES.. , 10,003 No.. 16,673 No. 17,093 No. 17,470 6 83 6 . 4 . 95 9 81 33 706 101 4 ,162 7''7 3 90 11 4 1 70 5 7 3 5 6 9 509 :281 .7 10 17,510 89 9 6 1 327 21. 8 88 3 20 3 S 93 a 2 7 7 9 36 ...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

ENGI4SB MISCELLANIES. THE PoLcE OF THE " METRoPOLIS.-The Police ommittee have almost concluded their labours, and they have received a greater body. of evidence, as to the state of crime in the metropolis, than was e"er bptore communicated. Indeed they have frequently in the course of their examination of witnesses acknow ledged that they had been in perfect ignorance of the astual condition of the town until the disclosures which were made in the public press some months ago were corroborated by viva voce testimony. They are now occupied in drawing up a Report upon the evidence, which is with'some..exceptiops, tp be published. Its mature however, is such, and some of the details are of a so peculiar a description, that it has been determined that all through the minutes names of witnesses, as well as of the various characters described as profli gate and dangerous, shall not appear. The Honoura ble Members. who compose. the Committee, now know the definition of a flash-house as wel...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

THE PRESENT AAMINISTRATION.-There is some thing grossly offensive to the' good sense of an en lightened age in the whole structure of the present Administration. On. what does it rest? The military renown of the Duke of Wellington, and the bigotry of Mr. Peel. We say his bigotry; for without this, his passion for. legal reforms would be held a positive. nuisance, and lead to his exclusion. We call politics a science, and we say it involves a thousand nice and intricate questions. Surely then it requires experi ence, labour, and study, to master its principles. No man pretends to make a coat, or build a house, till he has studied the art of the tailor or mason; but ijrthe business of the State, where skill is at least,as. necessary, and mistakes as damgerous.as in the cutting of a coat; w. Bin the must ordinary maxlims of pru dence behind us We select i man to fill the highest office, to amend our laws, lighten our taxes, regulate our trade, because he has led armies and gained bat t...

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GAMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

GAMING. The Bow-street. Justices are pedling with vulgar rogues-why don't they fly at a higher quarry, and at tfck the West-end hells ? The Psndemoinium in St. James's-street, is in full activity, like a plumed and painted courtesan. This fabric flaunts it in full day; here, all is gay and glittering, and teeming with destruction. This is the scene where thousands part from hand to hand on the turn of a card or die. Here ,Lords and Commoners, Honourables and Right Honourables, crowd to pander to the avarice of a vul- gar upstart. But no, Crockford is now an Esquire 'William Crockford, Esq. of 50, 51, St. James's, street, and of Sussex place, Regent's- park !'-so this Gaming-house Keeper is described in the Court Guide. The Fishmonger an Esquire ! In two or three years at this rate we may expect to ace him dubbed Baronet or Knight. A DucalCoronet fell to a' millionaire; Crock (ird is said to be worth 200,0001., and ought at least to be& Right Worshipful !' Mammon is the rulin...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

(From a Louden Paper.) THERn 'kre son a curious anomalies in tile practice of our Criminal Cade ; and the examples seem to grow on every side, as profusely as any devotee to the 'wisdom of our ancestors' can desire. A man was fmot long since hariged by a little mistake-partly be cause the Judge h, ppened to be very deaf; and partly because lie admired the recent discoveries of chemistry; and lately we have witnessedthe spectacle of an opera tOra cutting pg Lp chid's he4d padbdivng aoatlvqI in honor of the gracious ciemency of the law in passing over so trifling a peccadillo. But this is not enough We must have a standing set of premiums for offence. Crimes, in fact, are rewarded according to a certain Utopitsi scale of premiula which bids fair to restore the reign of Astrea to the earth. This scale of reward is beautiful and extends from 7 years' transportation (as it is most properly called) to 14, and from that to a period for lie ;.the fortunate individuals being sent out at the ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

T HE M ONITOE. rA URDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1, 1828. W$ now propoise reviewing the speech of Mr. T'ihuskisson on the New South Wales Bill. By the proceedings which lately took place in the- House t.of Commons,we learn tnat ourliberties are again snspended for seven years. Mr. Huskisson, in his .seal to vindicate our rights, went far beyond Sir James Mackintosh ! He assured. Sir James that to grant the Colony Trial by Jury and a House of Assembly, would he granting no boon to the Colonists, because "they were Engliph subjects, " and were entitled as their birthright wherever their went, to all the privileges and benefits of " the British Constitution !" After this flourish however, he proceeded to tell the House, that all the excellent things he had been belauding, were not to be granted the Colony for the next seven years at least IT is not clear to us, looking at the general tenaur of Mr. Huskisson's speech. that he would grant the Colonists their " bithright" at the end of this pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

sI NOTICE.--Playing this day. furnished our Newcastle and Bathurst friends with their bills for the third time, u e beg to inform thein, that `if they-are not discharged in the course of is few weeks, we rnust, resort to theCo14rt1 of Re quests to jag their-nemories for us; which to say the lebst is a diskgreeable and expens ve mode of refreshing the recollections of o'.e's Friends. - GOVERNMENT NOTICt. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 30, '1288. H IS Excellency the Governor has ;been pleased `to appoint Mr. Lawrence V. Dulhunty t, ble Assistant Surveyor' of-Roads and Bridges, to be stationed at Parramatta, in the Iloom of Lieutenant Hughes, Royal Staff '.Corps; to take Place from the 1st of Nove as `ber next. By His Exeellency's Coimand, ALIEXA NDER M'LTAY GOVERMENT. NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofee, Octobcr 28th 1828. SALE BY AUCTION SDOTICE is hereby given, That the hull of "the Government Colon!al `Schooger " Alligator," togethei with One Anchor, and Cable,: belonging to her, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

IJEdRUSALEM WARIEHOUSE, OPPOSITE 4THE CUSTOM I)'iU'B. GEOfRGE _STREET, SYDNEY. JAMES SIMMONS begs to inform his Friendý and thepublic in general, that he has openea tie above Warehouse, 'with an :eiti.e anew and choice.assortment of the underme .tioned goods where, 1e pledges himself, the Public shall be supplied at least ten per cent. cheaper than at aziv 'ether Houses in the Colony - Ladles' lace dresses Silk filled shawls, 'ell wide Ditto French bodies town printed Silk and satin dresses Cambrie and muslin children's do. chintzs, the' choicest Striped jean and nan- patterns keen. embroidered Town printed cottons Infants'robes and short warranted fast colours frocks.-' One case wax dolls, dres Ladies' lace, nett, and red and undressed .'blonde caps Linen ticking Ostrich feathers Dowlas, huckaback, and placg, white, and straw diaper, towelling coloured artificial. Damask table cloths; flowers, wreaths, and fromi 41 to 181 wide bunches' Gentlemien and youths A assortment of the blac...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

Shipping Intelligence   Arrival .- On Saturday the ship Colombia, Capt. Wilson, from Glasgow 11th March, Rio 12th June, Hobart Town 15th October. Cargo Sundries, 2 Pas- sengers. Same day the ship Magnet, Captain Johnson, from London 20th April, Hobart Town 14th October. General Cargo, 12 cabin, and 18 steerage. Passengers. Same day, H. M. S. Satellite, Captain Laws, from Melville Island 14th Sept. On Monday   the ship Marquis Lansdowne, Captain Noyes, Batavia, 8 September. Cargo 2600 bushes of wheat, rice &c.   No departures above 50 tons during the week. Projected Departures. .--The Maderia Packet on sealing voyage, and the Hunter, for Newcastle, this day.---The Flamingo,.Ionia and Cleopatra, for the   Isle of France, the Carrabeen, on a scaling voyage and Western Port; the Currency Lass, for Port Dal- rymple on the 2nd. - The Lord Rodney, for Hobart Town, and the Marquis of Hastings, for Manilla, the 5th, and the Caroline...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIR, IN consequence of reading in one of the public pa- pers, observations tending to lower in the estimate of the public, the utility of, dancing, I take the liberty thro' your valuable Journal, to lay before the public, the opinion of the Rev. William Barrow, L. D. and 'F. A. S. author of an essay on education: " ON the subject of learning to dance, if we except a few puritanical singularities, there cannot be much variety of opinion; it enables the youth to partake a very innocent and pleasant amusement; and essentially contributes to that gracefulness of deport- ment, which generally procures for its possessor a fa- vourable reception, because it is the ornament of science and virtue. It cannot indeed be completely substitute for play; because whatever the pupil enjoined to learn, will be considered by him a task. But Dancing more than any thing else, preserves with the student the character of a diversion, because it exhilirates his spirits without...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHIT-CHAT.-The Government is determined to proceed for the dues at which the market-place at Sydney wap let to the last tenant; the bail have been put in gaol; we iever had a Governmqnt that exacted 4ebts with the, rigour of -the: prestnt administration. There is a great outcy at the proceedings generally of the Solicit* General.-The fate of Joseph Furnace, who was respited from execution from among the nine unhappy criminals who suffered the other week, is still undecided dpon. The prosecutor in his case, and he was the only witness in the case, still continues steady to his proof against Furnace, while on the other hand there are strong circumstantial- points established, which' go materially to prejudice the conviction; the. case has been laid before the Council.-Mr. George Riley exhibited his pedestrian powers the other day at Parramatta, in two successive ,matchcs, wne against time, and the other with a competitor. The first race was won by running one hu...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

£1i Ippiw *utt~cnie . Arrivafl.---On Saturday the ship Colombia,'.t Wilson, from Glasgow 11th March, Rio 12th Jui Hobart Town 15th October. Cargo Sundries, 3 Past sengers. Same. day the ship ragrnet,. Capt? Johnson,.from London 20th April, Hobart Town lft Octobei' General Cargo, 12 cabin, arid 18 steerage Passengers. Same day, II . S. Satili'te, Captini Laws, from Melville Island 14th Sept. On Monday, the ship Marquis Lanhdowne, Captain Noyes, BataV&ia. 8 S:ptember. .Cargo 2600 bushes of wheat, rice &c0 No departures -above 50 tons during .the' week. Projected Departures. ---'The Aadaria Packet, 0on, 4 sealing voyage, and the Hunter, for Newcastle, this day.---The Flamingo, Ionia, and Cleopatra, for tbe Isle of France, the Carrabeen, on a sealing vo and Western Port; the Currency Lass, for fort. )a ' rymple, on the 2nd.---The Lord Rodney, for HA clown, and the Mfarguis of Hastings, for Manellak the 5th, and the Caroline, for London ia Isle 4i France, on the 6th. ,, ,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

To .T?E EPITOR OF TH'E MONITOR,,. ? SIR, IN consequence of reading in one of the public pers, oliervations tending to lower in the estimatic of the piublic,I the utility of dancing, I take' liberty thro' your' valuable Journal, to lay before public, the opinion of the Rev. William 1arrow , L. D. and,'k. A. S. author of aq essay on education. "ON the" subject cf learning to dance, if we exce a few puritanical i§,gularities, there cannot be . variety of opinion' "it enables the youth to partake?i a very innocent anrd pleasant amusement; and' essentially contributes to that, gracefulness of depot I ment, which generally procures for its possessor a; fef vourable reception, because it is the ornament science and virtue. It. cannot indeed be completely &a substitute' for play; because whatever the pupil. isf enjoined to learn, will bd. considerel by, him a task, But Dancing more than any tihing else, preserves'wih the student the character of a diversion, because`it exhilirates h...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

SYDNY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold .: Wheat 15s. Stg.--Maize 9s. 0d.-Barley. l,?. Oats Os. Od.--Fine Flour, 40s. sterling' per i Ib.,-Seconds do. 36s. Od-Bread 91d. per 21b loaf,--Potatoes 20s. per'cwt -Fresh Batter per lb--Salt do. 2s. 6d.-Beef 2s. 8d. p stone-Mutton 3s. 4d. do.--Pork 4s. Odai. Onions 3d. per lb.-Fruit, dear, Vegetabl,1 do,--Hair £.17 per ton-Straw 1. 10s. No. 81 G orge. Street ~Sydney Newo South ED/TaIU. PRINTBD, AND PUDI4SSIED, r BY THE PA?1tRIIIeTO?R t EDWARD SMITH HALL,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

(From a Lo.aurn Paper.) TuERa are son e curious anomalies in the practice of our Criminal Cede ; and the examples seem to grow on every side, as profusely as any devotee 'to ithe ' wisdom of our ancestors' can desire. A man was notlong since ihaged by a little mistake-partly he 'cause the Judgp hI ppened to be very deaf; and partly because be admired the recent discoveries of chenistry; and lately we have witne,?sed the spectacle of an opera tire cutting off L9 child's head.pnd giving a festival in honor of the gracious ct mency of the law ia passing over so trifling a peccadillc. But this: is not enough ! We must have a standing set of premiums for offence. Crimes, in fact, are rewarded according to a certain Utopion scale of premium which bids fair to restore the rfign of Astraea to the earth. This scale of reward is beautiful and extends from 7 years' tranisportation _ (as it is most properly called) to 14, and from that to a period for li e; the fortunate individuals being sent ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

We beg to uLJorNu nor.?a?,cribersbC both inj torwn and ssnutry , they must consider the delivery of their News papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards ear friendr up the country, and to our news-carrser as reg rds our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in lato respectively ; the same as if put. into their ou n hands. Subscribers who ,do not receive their papers regularl'y, are requested to complain to ,# by letter : (post paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the delivery of our J,,aurnal in a more efectual man ner than thuks set forth. This is the condition en which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subcribers to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any settlement on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demnanding a PRINTED receipt dgned by hiuni in his own proper hand writing. Mosey paid on his account without such receipt, will oot be given cred...

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