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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

.SALES DY AUCTION. BY IMR. S. L4,9 . - On Thursday, the 6th of July next, izt4WMara et-hotse, Sydney, at 11 o'clock precisely, without.reserve, ALL that desierable. and highly Valuable Estate, called or known J.by the name of' BELMAIN'S FARM, lying and situiated" on the S. E. side of the South Creek, adjoining Windsor TolRB'idge, and on. each .side'of the road, leading from the Race Ground by the late Andrew Thompson's Red-house to Windsor, in Lots from 10 to 45 Acres; agreeable to the plan laid down, and to be seen at Mr. Lord's, MIaquarie-piace, Sydney; and'at Mr. Charles, Beansley's, Windsor, where further particulars may be known. Terms, Sterling Money, or Spanish Dollark at 4s. 4d. each. A deposit of 10to per Cent. on the purchasers being deciaredl, and. approved and negosiable bills at 3.and 6 Months for the remainder; The purchaser to pay for the 'rransfer, which, will not be delivered until the full amount. is paid; and in default the Lots to be Re-sold at the- Risk of the P...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Supreme Criminal Court. Monday, May 29th. BEFORE CHIEF-JUSTICE FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

Supreme Criminal Court. Monday, May 29th. BEFORE CHIEF-JUSTICE FORIES. LAURA ANN SHORT, was indicted for stealing a ring, value 10s. and a brooch of the same value, the property of Daniel Whitehead—Guilty Tuesday 30.—John Hossle, for stealing an axe; the property of James Walker—Not Guilty. The same Prisoner was then indicted for a Burglary in the Dwell- ing-house of James Blackman, at Bathurst.—Guilty. PATRICK CUMMINS was indicted for Manslaughter; the death of the party not being proved, the Jury ad- judged him—Not Guilty. WILLIAM WALKER and Joseph West, were indicted for   a burglary in the Premises of Messrs. Raine and Ram- sey; Walker pleaded guilty, and West was acquitted. Joan BENTICK, alias Reeves, was indicted for stealing a horse, the property of Joseph Mobbs—Guilty. The Court adjourned, to this day (Friday.)

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GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

GRAND JURY PRESENTMENT. The Grand Jury of Our Sovereign Lord, the King,   before entering on their Presentments to the Court of Quarter Sessions, gladly embrace the opportunity of   expressing their satisfaction at the decisive measure contemplated by His Excellency the Governor, in cor-   respondence with the Presentations of former Grand     Inquests, which leaves to the present a comparatively easy duty. They are satisfied that the suggested alterations in the Hulk, for the accommodation of 180 prisoners more than are at present confined there, will have the good effect of unburdening the crowded gaol of an equal number of felons, whose accommodations are at present extremely wretched and insufficient. It will also afford the desirable opportunity of classifying, to a certain   extent, the inmates of the gaol; of separating the un- convicted from the condemned; the debtor from the felon, who are now ind...

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English Miscellanies. LONDON, DECEMBER 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

English Miscellanies.         a --" º LONDON, DECEMBER 15th.   Owing to the very critical moment at which the Bank afforded       its assistance yesterday to bankers and to the money market generally, this day proved a day of comparative tranquility in the   city. One banking-house failure, however was declared, viz.-   that of Sir Walter Sterling, Sterling, and Hodsoll, of 315, Strand ;   but that establishment had not maintained a very high rank re- cently, Miss Hodsoll being understood to have long ago quitted it; nor are its connexions, supposed to extend much into the city, or among men of business generally. Such an event would, without doubt, at any other time have made a great impression, but occurr- ing immediately after so many more severe shocks, and so much nearer to the centre of business, the effect was materially weakened. It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

TO STT1'LERS AND OTHERS. V VANTED for the ensuing year, about Fifty Thousand Bushels Sof MAIZE. The undersigned begs leave, to acquaint Settlers and Others, that he will contract with-any person or persons for the supply of the above, at 5s. or One Spanish Dollar per bushel, to be delivered at Black Wattle Swamp, in quantities not less than 1,000 bushels per week. ROBERT COOPER, DISTItL r.t . RACES. AN Extensive assortment of RIBBONS just opened, and for sale At P'OLACK'S WATERLOO HOUSE, No. 61 George street, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. ** No Bills to be paid to any person but the Proprietor. EIGHT DOLLARIS REWARD. STOLEN or strayed froml Dr. West's Farm, Quaker's Hill, Prospect; a red and white Spaniel Bitch, with short tail, and   answers to the name of "Rosey," - also a young Spaniel Puppy, with a long tail, answering to the name of "Prince", Whoever   will give such information as will lead to their discovery, shall receive the above reward, on application to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

GOVERNT eR. (No. Q1.) CoLotrAL SECRETARUY's OFFICE, MAY 29, 1826. 1st.' "THE GOVERNOR directs it to be notified, that his .1 Honor FRANCIS Fonnns, having re-assumed his Duty as Chief Justice of the Supreme Gourt, the Ar rangements consequent on his temporary Retirement, as notified in the Government Notice of the 23rd of February last, have become void: 2d. Mr. Justice STEPrUN? will therefore re-assume his Duty as Commissioner of the Court of Requests. 3d. HENRY GRATTAN DOUv.LASS, Esq. will re-assume his Duty as Clerk of the Legislative Council. 4th. The GOVERNOR has been pleased to accept the Resignation of JonN STE PIIEN, Esq. as Assistant Justice. In doing so, His EICELLENCY begs to express His Acknowledgments for the Services rendered by Mr. S'qErfEN, during the Period he has acted in that Situ ation, and for the Zeal, which he has manifested, on all Occasions, in the Performance of the important Duties which have been confided to him. 5th. Captain DUMARESQ will be pleased to re...

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Original Poetry. BLACK TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826

BLACK TOWN. N. B.—THIS deserted Hamlet is situate upon the New Richmond Road, distant about twenty eight miles from the Metropolis. These lines were written in the Veranda of the Chapel. From this dull portal, (whence th' expectant eye Surveys the partial, forest-bounded sky, Roves o'er a portion of neglected ground, With ruin'd huts and fences scatter'd round Then, sated, closes on the dreary view, No charms to please, no beauties to pursue,) Fancy awakes her meditative pow'rs To paint the visions of departed hours; Pourtrays the annals of the subject scene, And gives to memory what it once has been. Ill-fated hamlet ! from each tott'ring shed, Thy sable inmates, p'rhaps, for ever fled, (Poor, restless wand'rers of the woody plain ! The skies their covert—nature their domain.) Seek with the birds, the casual dole of heav'n, Pleas'd with their lot—content with what is giv'n ; Time was, and recent memory speaks it true, When round each little cot, a garden grew ; A field wh'ose cultu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

(IN SALE, at the Waterloo :vWarehouse, the Carg Sper Ship Security, from the Isle of:FYance; ?i?h~s ing of Vine de Grave, Claret, Rice; Tamarinds, 'od , -; Rosin and Turpentine in Barrels, Cider, Plums, &c. TO BE BOLD BY AUCTION, AT RICHMONDI' BY MR. TOWN, On TUESD.!IY NEXT. the 13th, Instant; E1 NGLISH PRINTS, ell-wide; Striped Jeans; White Drill; Calicoes; Shirtings; Long-cloths; Tea; Sjugar; Raisins in Boxes; Soap in do.; Fowling Pieces; Hdb.er. ; dashery; and numnerous other 4 ticlTs too. tedious 'tte enumerate. 3 "'Conditions of Sale.-rnbPbrPT PAYMINT, either ?n gool Wheat or Miaize, at mnarket-prlce';or in Dollars at 5s. eack. ?' OR SALE, a BOAT, with Masts, Sails, and -"Hl . last Casks complete; has Accommodation for SP'Yerz sons aft, and with the Mast unshipped, will RowlO . . bouble, banked is clinker.built, of well seasonettkOl ; j : 'per fastened, and of the following dimensions::. ,' Extreme Length, 22fifet 4 inchet . ?'. , Breadth, 7 feet 1 inch Deptft, 3 feet 1...

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Abrrage Prices of Articles at Pesterday's Market. An extraordinary depression prevailed in the Wheat Market owing to the supply being abundant. It was also of a better description than for some weeks past. Nearly half was carried out unsold. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

ý ý- r -+ ýw~rTi.ý - ý ·Cr.ýPCr`+1-.r,.r.ý"rrvi r ý.. . ý . 6rbxgage rick of Rrtidt$ at 'ct~tcrbatf' %d Lrhet . An extraordinary depression prevajied in the Whgent-Mar ke. owinrg ipthe supply l eing at wndatnt. It ;wascs o t .f better description than for Bme weeks past.," Ncarltal f, u was c arrried out unsold. Wheat...... 8 14 per BnaheI. Fowls... . 3 3 per . 4 Ala j ~c.......3 6 do. .0Xcks.4.... 40 · .., Bauirley.....4 0 do,. .ee'se..... dI Ii 6 ·:·'c , .i tyr Bustr ......,2 3 per 4 b Trkies. 13.,:0 .; 0T.dý Chcteic .·. C) 10 dp. Potatoes... 6'-'f yr :!!pi Bre --fi.-Cd per .To Y %`'

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MILTON'S LATELY DISCOVERED TREATISE [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

MILTON'S L.I'EL Y DISCOVERED TRE474TIS7 This interesting work was published on Thursday- the original Latin, as well as the translation. The latter has been executed: by the Rev. C. R. Summer, D. D.' Librarian to His Majesty, and appears to be done wit.h fidelity and elegance. In its present form, the work constitutes a thick quarto, and will, without doubt, be esteemed a theological treasure of no mean value. Much praise is due to Mr. Lemon, of the State Paper office, to whose research the country is indebted' for the. discovery of this valuiable' manuscript. 'Ils subsequent inquiries have thrown much light upon the cause of its concealment for so long a period of time, which seems to have arisen from its falling info. the hands of a sus pected Papist, about the time of Titus ()ates. It was. well known that a treatise of this nature had been writ ten by Milton; and, as a prose work upon the subject of the Christian religion. by the author of Paradise Lost, with reference to wh;ch, ...

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Select Poetry. EL QUEMADERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

biltct 3oottrV. BL QUEMADERO.* 'hirs bell has toll'd the mid-day hour! •T here stays no serf in his orange bover, There stays no lord in his marble hall; Out rush prince, peasant, noble, all! Out pours the city's living tide, Priest, father, infant, lover, bride; Unheeding the crowd, or the sultry glare, All rush to the Quemadcro Square: Last,-known by the trumpets and golden vase,- Comes in its pomp, DON PIILIPr's train. Virst ride the ancient priests and lords, TW'hat bear the crosses, and crowns, and swords; Then, cased in mail from head to heel, Ride thy proud chivalry, Castile, On jennets that scarce their strength can tame, With hoofs like the wind, and eyes like flame; And last--midst shouts that rend the air, Circled with men of hoary hair, And breasts on which the scarf and star Tell of the days of Moorish war, Rides,-brightest of the dazzling ring, Il mail of gold and gems,-the King. Why comes thy pageant, fair Seville? Why pours the living torrent still I Why gaze those m...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENGUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSVIIqG WEEK. C I SUN rises 7 min. after' . a High Water at PortJackson, 35 mri. past 10 Morming. 48 min. past 10 Evening. - S? Sun Sets 53 min. after 4. S High Water, 11 min. past 11 Morr.-27 mia. past 11 Evi . St. Barnabas. C High Water, 45 min. past 11 Morn. High Water,, 1(.mdin.past 12 Morn.-35 mw. past 12 M. First Quarterof the Moon, 29 min. past 11 at Night.' SI High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.--33 min. past I Afters. 5 1zI (Higih Water, 2Morn.-x8 mmin. past 2 Afternoon. HI igHl Water, 59 min. past 2 Morn.--32 min. past 3 Aft. ' The Garden should be kept free from weeds this month- . and cuttings from hardy trees planted.

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Parliament Intelligence. (Debates continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

patriamn.trato .* tenitite (Debates continued.) - ,M m Pe.L, in. commencing the observations Which he'was about to address to the house, professed his total incom petence to follow the hon. gentleman who had just sat dbwn, into the details Which he had given, and into which indeed none but a professional man could be qualified to enter. WHEN delay was imputed, to the :noble and learned lord who presided over it, the house was bound in justice to him, andl on every principle of common justice, to compare the quantity of business whick. had devolved upon that noble lord, with the quantity transacted.by his predecessors. When he (Mr. Peel) considered the claims upon the attention and time of that noble lord, and what was the severe nature of the manifold business that he had to perform, he .did hope that it would not be attributed to the feeling of priirvate friend ship and respect that he entertained for that.noble lord, but that the house would give him credit for a, sincere and dis ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

DVER1TISEMENT. Married, on the 5th Instant, by the Rev. I. D. LAno, D.D. Minister of the Scot's Church, Sydney---Mr. C. "'risoN, Dealer, to Mrs. C, Friuna.g a Native of Scotlald,

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AMATEUR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

AMATEUR CONCERT. A very* respectable and select Coterie assembled on Wednesday Evening at the Freemason's Tavern, to par tieipate in the luxury of the long-talked of musical M .lange. Hiankinson's best room was very neatly fitted up for the occasion, and although the Ladies were not so nnmerous as we could have wished-the few who did grace the party, gave it additional brilliancy. DR. CALLCOT'rr's fine composition, "Peace to the sou1a.k of the heroes," was sung with much effect by Messrs. Edwards, Sippe, .Clarke, and Kavannagh. A quartette in a masterly style introduced Master Josephson, a pupil of Mr. Sippe on the Flute-obligato, who for his years evinced extraordinary talent. "The Wolf," (Shield) by Mr. Edwards was listened to with .very great applause.. This gentleman's voice is a fine mellow bass, and pow erful; and he displayed much taste in the execution of this difficult air. "Now at Moon-lights Fairy hour" is a charming song, -Mr. Clarke's voice possesses much sweetneps and ...

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English Miscellanies. LONDON, NOVEMBER 27, 1823. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

enulisp li*Aetlaniics. LONDON, NovEMBER 27, 1825. Tnx most.insteresting foreign news of the week is made. up of accounts of proceedings against the Paris Journals the Constitutionnel and Courier Francais, on the part of the French Advocate-General, for what is denominated the spirit of their conduct in regard to religion, meaning the renovated superstition and fanaticism which have re turned with the BouRBnoNs. Our own libel-law is but a curious sort of matter; but a BoURBON Cabinet along, with a profession of respect for the freedom of the press, could institute a prosecution on tendencies instead of facts, and pinions in lieu of allegations. The complaint, in so many words, is, that the silly and fanatical portion of the priesthood are occasionally exposed by the truth being told of them; and this is called attacking religion! Their 'absurdities must be concealed-their intolerance passed over in silence; as well as the interested and theological 'war they wage against all educatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

TL£R O LONiDON DITRECT: -. Te Ship- L di Row= .IL"O ENA, A. I. coppered, and copper-fastened, will romiencc LOADING immeadiately for Loudou; has nearly al her cargo engaged; will carry an experienced Surgeou. For Particulars, apply to the Commander on board; or to 98, George-street, Sydney. GEO. BUNN, AGENT. '- TOR PORT DALRYMPLE.--The Fine New Fast a .r Saiiing Brig THE INuIIsTRY, W M. YOUNG Com miander, will positively sail on thd'2th of June. For Freight or Passage, (having good accomnmodations) apply to Cooper -and Levey, or to the Commander on board. Sydney, May 30 1826. NOTICE. r7 HE Estates, Stock, and Effects of the late James.William Iso Esq. being in contemplation of some new arrange -ments, the Public are hereby Cautioned against making any Payments, Ex.changi-s, or Purchases, of any of the above de -scribed property, but through the express medium of the under 3.igued, JANE WILLIAMSON, Executrix. Parramatta, May 29h 1826. MRS. MORDA UN', DRESS-MAKER. B EGS to inform the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

'.4 r .b. ate b ribate (ontratt, ,1.@ A0 of I. LAND, .- INO TTWO LOTS " A Ot P N ort*io o Ho rn T EndI i tA? r oun. tjtCHAAsus. 1wir full Particulars, aiplichtioi is requested to be made at the Office of .: . MOORE AND KEITH, George ,Street, Sydney. . .,, ENGLISH STATIONARY. SiSR. CLEMENTS, respectfully informs.the Public, she SWdaVilydxpects, per "Shia, MARY ANN, a choice Invest ment of Assorted. Papers; with a Selection of valuable and interesting. Books, elegantly bound. • - .A :.. .',?, IlKEWISE AN INVESTMENT OF INDIA GOODS. S Book Binding in all its branches.. No. 5; Krxo ST*BET, SYDNEY, May, 26th. 1826. - TO LET. A HousE in York-street, known by the name of the 2 " Princess Charlotte," well situated for business either in the .Public line, or General trade. Immediate possession may be had.--For particulars enquire at the Premises. 8. BUDGE. ....P R SALE AT MISS CAMPBELLS, No. 36, PITT STREET. yjLAGELLETS,,--Violin and Violoncello bows,-and a reat'variety of soigs and music for...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

AraUVALs.--On Wednesday the 7th Inst. the sehip4o~2??"' Captain M. Proctor, from London and. ~obatt -S with passengers, and 350 Derwenit she p..-8.same dc , the Brig Atalanta from Rio de Janeiro and ýIoln to . Lading, Sundries.--Passenger, M r. J. A. B r?ob ?,. On Saturday the 3d Inst. - the Ship Wobdrman, fraom '.: Hobart 't'own, where shn landed her Prisoners, ' ?. DI:'AuaTRES.--On Saturday,. the 3d Inst. the ship Thames, for Batavia--and Minerva, for the. oci.et 4'i e. : PRo.JncTED DEPARTUDEs.-S--tle the irt. ?the; -,C€pe ". Packet, for Hobart Town-and Lord Liverpool.. for I¢ew cutle this day,-brig Glory for Port 11acqui r e,' to- or , '" row. The Sccurity for, Sincapore, The Brutaig, for Zlito don-and The Industry for. Newcastle on the 11th, Iinst. RtSAIN IN TIHE ARBnnovn SRips - Pocklington-*.drt. dent.-St. Michael-Lady Rowena,-Doncaste Se curi ", - Greenock--and Cape Packet BRIas Brutus-Woodlark-Nereus-?.lot.- e*? Charlotte--V enus-l ellngton-Perseverte zd SCUHOO?NERS Alligato...

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Theology, Ethics, Religious Intelligence, &c. &c. THE CHRISTIAN MORALIST, (No. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 June 1826

a'ytfotog, t icsi; ,euioutts inttdigutic, ?cr. &r. THIE CHRISTIAN MORALIST, (No. I.) OUR forgetfulness of religion, is perhaps in many cases;, attributable to the entertainment of doubt as to the immortality of our existence. And yet the evi dence of a future state of being, pours upon us from several sources, and is sufficiently clear and cogent to satisfy every candid and tntctable enquirer. To suppose that this life bounds our being;-that the god-like faculties of the mind of man. are annihilated before either time or opportunity be allowed to develope and mature their strength ;-that as soon as we begin to rise in the ranks of intelligence, and our hopes to expand in the prospect of nobler attainments, reason is extinguished for ever ;-that as soon as we have learnt a little of our glorious creator, from the exhibition of his divine per fections which is presented in the worlks of nature, and our hearts have felt the glow of humble adoration and love, we should be preven...

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