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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

TO COVER THIS SEASON, ,.T'OLENDON, HUNTER'S RIYER. For eack Mare,.l 01 Siq.. Groom's Fee included. THE BAY HORSE T ;i ' , 15.hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; ITW AS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by WV Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham,: Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c. Vide Stud Book, Vol. 3.. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam .by Pre.' oipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by' .Eclipse, &c &c'~- ide Stud .Boonk, page. 289, Vol. 2. . GohannaE4as got. by Mercury, dam by Herod, her dam Ma?den .by Matchem, &c. &e.-Vide, Stud Book, page 151, Vol. 2. ., PERFORM ANCES in 1827. .Newmarket lst Spring Meeting,. Monday, April 30th, 1827. Handicap sweepstakes .of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. Lord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 at. 10 lbs. - . - ' _ 1 Mr. Wyndham's'bl. c. Black, Swan, 8 st.. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b.; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; Mr. Payne's br. c. the G...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

REVERSE OF FORTUNIE.-M-lajori Berger, for :-erly of the'Life Guards, and who,,at that time, moved in the first circles of society,'and was sup= posed to be possessed of an independent fortune,.. ;:came before the Magistrates- at- Marlborough street on Wednesday, with several other poor persons, for the purpose of swearing the necessary affidavit to entitle him to receive parochial relief. He stated, that he was married in the year 1105, in Carlisle, by license, and that his wife and three-children were now residing in Cumberland; that he had rented apartments in the Parish of St; James for three years, for which he.paid 301. per annum. He appearcd. extremely dejected, and. although shabbily dressed, was very clean. A dignified Clergyman-a Magistrate too well known in the neighbourqgod ** and *** for-many acts of harshness,.was sporting -a truly spiritual pursuit-a few.days since at Staple, in this county, and carelessly. dis charging his gun near a cottage, struck one of its humble ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

I TO ADVERTISERS IN GENER?JL, AND AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. . i Ve feel it a duty weowe tooursav , .'? regar"d to the mercantile'daiat of So`ur labours, tosuggest to Ship-agents, Landholders, Merchants, Settlers, Pound-keepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the public Journals "of this Colony, the superior advan 'tages'of their advertising in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, in Journals, one of which publishes 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 Gazette or the Australian obr one of the two. But where is' the use of his laying out his money in both these Journal~, whose rapidity of publica :tiot -brings his half-guinea to cont ...

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MR. COBBETT TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON (Continued from our last, page 1296.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

Mu. COISBETI To rl I)n UKE or WELINGTON (Conitittued frJoa our lasl, page 129tl.) To take off the taxes, then, my Lord Duke, is the remedy, and I will by-an.d-b-" offer 'you my opinion with' regard to the mannner of effecting that great object. The mismIerable pallilnti've, the con trivances, that have been resorte(d to, are nalto gether lenenath yournoticc. The fin?ance Conmmittee, unless it were to make aI report embracinhrg a propo sition to bring the whole anmouont of the tnxes under twenty millions a-year, can hIe of' no aorce use than n Conionlttco of any tet of colr'cc-house pol Iticluns. The wrcigfht is too great to be dealt with bhv n light hanad. It must he dimlliniashed ii to great a di gret. that a coImplet change must tlake pluace, not oIr y ii the manner of conhducting the atfairs of the nlulol : inot only in itsh eastblishnents of c'ery dla cription ; but, in the swalh of discharging Ithose obli gations by which it is failhionable to regard the nation its irrevocably ...

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NEWS OF THE SHIP CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

NEWS OF THE SHIP CUMBERLAND. . THE following extract of a letter, written on 12th instant, at Hobart Town, from a Gentlerma his friend in Sydney, with which we have been o ingly furnished, throws considerable light on the I of poor Capaain Carns, and his unfortunate ship, :; " IVuEN the Bleugal rMerchant was at Rio, tce QC rinda, Captain Crew, from London, came in, Captain of which reported, that in lat. 3 deg. & was boarded by a pirate brig, (from the descripft think it was the same as paid Mood a visit.) .a Crew was taken on board the brig, and lashed toa in the deck, while his ship was robbed of a quantity of goods. While in this situation he obi ed two buckets on the brig's deck, on which had painted " Caumberland;" an attempt had .been to obliterate it, but it appeared quite legible, so is more than probable that this ship had been j and her unfortunate crew and passengers md by those savages. A council of war was then - I whether Captain Crew and his crew should be der...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 23, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 23 August 1828

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 23, 1828 A writer in The Australian who subscribes himself Delta, has taken the post of those worthy gentlemen, XYZ and Rubio, &c. who lately flourished as the Trumpeters of the Colony. As we consider it our bounden duty   to expose all exaggerations of the Colony for the sake of our innocent countrymen in Eng land and Scotland, who might otherwise be tempted to adventure hither on false grounds, we will review Delta's letter of the 13th inst. We say on false grounds. For while we feel it our imperative duty to contradict exag gerated and erroneous statements of the Co lony, we wish not our countrymen at home to suppose, that New South Wales furnishes no inducements for emigration. On the con trary, we are persuaded, that to numbers of persons in the United Kingdom, this Colony would be found an advantageous retreat. But while we admit this, we cannot allow in nocent persons at home to come here on false grounds. The advantages of the ...

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

SYDNEY MARKEI:S.' Average price on quantity sold : Wheat 15s.-Maize 11s. Od. -Barley Qs. Os. Od.-Fine Flour, 37s. sterlinpd. w lbs.-Seconds do. 27s. Od-Bread 9d. per loaf.-Potatoes 17s. cwt per -`resh 4ttexi Od per lb-Salt do. 2s. 6d.-C6oninmo. is. 3d.-Rankin's do. Is. 9d.-Eggs 3: per doz.--Fowls 4s. Gd per couple. Ju) Geese, 8S. per couple.-Turkics 10s. per Onions 3d. per lb.-Mutton 6d.-,Por --Salt Pork by the Joint 9,4 -Beef lb by the quarter, 3d ; per Joint, 5d-.-' 8d --Oranges, Is. per doz.--Hay .l,20 ton-- Straw 40s. per load. No. 81 George Street Sydinay Ne?r 80ItA SDITBD, PlINTIED, 'A?ND PUBLIISUBD' N: DB TIL PROPIRTIITO EDWARD SMITH HALL. sý"

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

jbippfng *inttcihene t , . Arrivals-On Satutrday, the Governminet?W Lucy Anne, from Moreton Bay; same dsy the rency Lass, from Port Dalrymple, with a cargo ofd dries; on Wednesday, the brig Mary Eliz~hbeth, c Hicks R. N. from Melville Island; on Thursday,? ? Mermaid from England, via Hobart Town, having . 93 female prisoners, she brings 8000 bushels of wh.4 6000 of which is for Government, also a detachmni of the 39th, the guard of the Sir W. Miles prison l p which she left at V. D. Land; also the Arabwith Rm chandise, and Bombay Merchcrit .with prisoners ; Friday, the Waterloo from Port Dalrymple, with $ bushels of wheat, 6 tons of salt provisions, . - quantity of bay; also the Nimrod, Capt. Eilbecklc4 Rio Jenerio, witn 900- rolls ,of tobaccq, wines i coffee. Departures-The Bencoolen and Numa for.I?ita ; Pkhmni for Bombay, via Hobart Town, with 'jo a Promise for England, via Hobart Town. Projected Departures--The Borodina for the.M tius on Tuesday next; Lucy Anne for Moreton. Aus?t...

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

NOTICE. 1HIS is to give Notice, my wife E i a i:. beth Dunn,' has absconded. from' her 2iome iithout any just cause or provocation, I the undersigned hereby caution the pnb .li against harbouring, employing, or' giving .creditt to the said ELIZABETH DUNN, as 'I will not be responsible for any debts she may contract after this date., Notice is hiereby .further.given, that any person found ihartlouring her will be: prosecuted accord ino0to law. ' ' izabethh Miinn,; is a native of the East Indias:. ,Elizabdth Street, Sydney 1 Ar: ?rnst 23 d. '1828. f ^,?.. , L WM. DUNN. I H. HIUDSON, 'LUTLER AND COMB MANUFACTURER, SWholelesale and Retail, No. 56 GEORGE STREBT. .I HUDSON begs to -return his. sin ' ,'" cere thanks to the Public in general, for the liberal, encouragement he has re ceived since' his commencement in business, and hopes 'for a continuance of their past favours, and begs to inform them that he has received .iu addition to his largep tock on hind, the 'undermentioned articles,...

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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 — 25 August 1828

DIARY. MIEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIAIIONS CF TIrHEIMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TIM? MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVRNING RESPECTIVPI.V. S12th Sunday after Trinity " High Water 13 mi. p. 7 Morn.-42 m., p, .7 -Night. Sun rises 28 m. p. 6 Morn.-Sets 32 m. p. 5. Is High Water, 10 m. p. 8 Morn.-36 m. p. 8 2 I Night. Full Moon, 33 min, past 3 Afternoon. 9 High Water 56 m1 p.' 8 Morn.-10 n. p..9 _l" INight. " ( High Water, 30 m: p. 9 Morn.-50 m. p. 9 o I High Water, 5 m. p. 10 Morn.-25 m. p. 10 c'4 ,Night. , . 0 1 High Water, 45 m. p. 10 Morn.-11 o'Clook I at Night. v? I ?I [High Water, 16 m. p. 11 Morn.-35 im. p. S11 Night ' . THURSAY :.... 5910'56 N. ?? Fair. FRIDAY............ 576852 Do. Do. SATURDAY........ 5972) .D6o. . Do. SUNDAY ............60 75 5 Do. Cloudy. MONDAY ........ 60 80 62 Do. Rain & Thun. TUESDAY .......'. 54 68 57 West. Cool & Fair. WEDNESDAY...... 5269 . Do. Do.

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 August 1828

MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1828'. A writeriin The Australian who subscribes himself Delta, has taken the post of those worthy gentlemen, XYZ and Rubio, &c. who lately flourished as ,tlhe Trumpeters of the Colony. As wp concider it our bounden duty to expose all exaggerations of the ,Colonyv for, .the.Oake of our; in nopeutcountrymen in-Eng land.and Scotland, who might otherwise bre tempted to adventure hither onj alse grounds, ?we will review Delta's letter of the 13th inst. We say ou false grounds. For while cwe, fel it our imperative duty to contradict exag gerated and erroneous statements of the Co lony, we wish not our countrymen at home to suppose, that New South .Wales furnishes no iuducemeiits for emigration. On the con trary, we are persuaded, tliat to nunmers of persons in the United Kingdom, .this Colony would he found an advyantageous retreat. But while we-admit this, we cannot allow. in nocent persons at home to come here on false grounds. The advantages of the Calony ar...

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

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The Governor has ordered the Commissary to Iusmit a:quantity of British silver coin, of the or uever4 denominations, to. Parramatta, Wind r, Newcastle, .and Bathurst, " for the more ge al circulation of money," as the order expresses . Thlsjs very proper. Better late than never. furthhk supply is to he transmitted " from time time as circumstances may require." Our readers will see an advertisement for a ten for a thousand gallons of rqm. The time tn is only one day. It would appear more Sif a fortnight's notice were given of these Es. ewhat of the character of our late Judge cate was exhibited in a scrap published in ezette a little while ugo, and which we old .. knew to be a private note from Alr. (now Sir SWylde to Mir, C-.- 1pt the time of the forma. tion of the Bank of New South Wales. Anotlien specimen of Sir John's style of writing and cast of mind, is strongly discoverable in the following choice specimen of Botany bombast: " The undersigned magistrate...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 August 1828

Curr.cfa .--The whole of the troops in gar rison were assembled in the Barrack-s9uare on Tuesday forenoon, and a proclamation issued by the Lieutenant General was read to them ; offer a reward of one hundred pounds, a discharge from the regiment, and -a free passage to Eng land, to any of them who would give.evidence to bring to cbnvictibn the man who stabbed the de ceased on whom the Coroner's Inquest was then sitting.--One .or two settlers in the vicinity of Kissing Point have turned their -attenton to the cltivation of the peppermint plant; this neigh bourhood is becoming a favourite resort of late with holiday-making folks, who relish a days' ex cursion on the water. Messrs. Mackie and Dixon have commenced selling their pale ale; this ale is being retailed , by the first houses in town at a cheaper rate than porter;-The sentries stationed on the respective gate entrances irito the military bar racks, have received', orders to admit no citizens therein, unless producing a satisfa...

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

TO COVER THIS SEASON, AT GLENDON, HUNTR'ER'S RIER. For. each Mare, i01. 'tgr. Groom's Fee included. . . THE BAY HORSE. 1t 5 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; - jAS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramnp's dam) iy W) Gohanna,her darn Fraxinella by Trentham, W6odp ecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c.- Pide Stud Book, Yol. 3. 'Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by .~Elipse, &c &c.--Vide Stun Book,' page 289, Fol. 2. Gohanna was got by Mercury,:dam by Herod, Mr "dari Maiden by Match?em, &c. &c.-Vide Stud Book, page 15 1, Vol. 2. S ERFORM ANCES in 1827. .Noomarke 'ist Spriig Meeting, Monday, .dpril 30th, *.1: ,827. ,Handi6ap svweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, f ?Hi6rses of all ages, Ab. m. I.id Soiuthampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 at. 10 6s:.. - - - 1 Mr.: Wyndham's bi. c. Black Swan, 8 at. 6 lbs. 2 -,ord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 5lb.; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; Mr. Payne's br. c..the General...

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

FRESLH ARRIVALS. tTS:OF GOOD , AND MUSTr BE sOLD. y;.'IT has just opened a fashionable as ortment of.Ribbons ;-consisting of end sarsnet cap ribbons, from 2d. broidered and figured gauze, do. do. Is. 8. cudifigured satin and sarsnet bonnet do. Is. ¢rocade ditto, 2.t to 5 inches' .wide, frowm Gd. ' Sand magpyc binding, 6s. to 7s. 6d. per 4d. ditto 6d. double ribbon, 10s. 6d, per do. .s' full-trimmed Leghorn hats and bonnets !dre.'s ditto and Lyonese plait ditto usthion thread-lace, from Is. 6d. gs and bobbip net ditto, Is. " in ditto, ditto 1 to 3 inches, 6d. to 9d. ak and ivhite bobbing net:veils, 20s. liditto scarfs; from 41. to 81. th cambricjaconet, book hair cord, and tam boured'Anuslin, from: s. 3d. per yard. glish.prints and shirting, from 7d. per yard, perpiece. asy.lue ditto, 101d. p?rinted cambric, fast colours, Is. 3d. wide town printed tnuslins, chintz patterns, e shirting, 4.4th wide, 10d. per yard, per piece thbrown Holland, and 26.inch duck, Is. per Ward digDenmark las...

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

'EN LISH MISCELLANIES. :L.VERS"' OPF FoRTUNE.--Mlajor Berger, for anerly of tle Life Guards, and who, at that time, toovedi',the first circles of society, and was sup posed to db possessed of an independent fortune, came ,befQ'e -the Magistrates at Marlborough street on Wednesday, with several other poor persons, for the purpose of swearing the necessary h affidavit to entitle him to receive parochial relief. SIHe stated, that he was'married in the year 1105; I in .:Carlisle, by license, and that his wife and three-children' were now residing in Cumberland; that he had rented a ,ments in the Parish of St. James for three yre or which he paid 301. per annum. He appea~ extremely dejected, and although £habbilydis~sed, was very clenu. A diglFed Clergyman--a Magistrate too well known in the neighbourhood *** and S*** for mkny acts of harseness, was-sporting -?itruly spiritual.pursuit-a few days since at $taple, in this county, and carelessly 'dis charging his gun near a cottage, struck ...

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

AD V?.RTISERS IN GENERAL, AND ,.? TS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. i Wefeeli a dutyweowetoourselves, m regard to the mercantile part of S %oTr labours, to suggest to Ship-agents, ndholders, Merchants, Settlers, u i nd-keepers, Mechanics, and other 'dvertisers in the public Journals ý of this Colony, the superior advan tages of their advertisiug in a weekly , paper, over their advertising exclu i ;ively, in Journals, one of which Ipublishes three times a week, and the Sother 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 w. eeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out of the ' three Journals circulated in the Co S3?lo y, let him, (if he like) choose the Gazette or the Australian for one of the two. But where is the use of his laying out his money in both these : Journals, whose rapidity of publica tion brings his half-guinea to com p...

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MR. COBBETT TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON (Continued from our last, page 1296.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 August 1828

Ma.'C BRE'TT To TnI DUKE or WELLINGTON (Continued from our last, page 1296.) To take off the taxes, then, my Lord Duke, is the remedy, and I will by-and-by offer you my opinion with regard to the manner of effecting that great object. The miserable palliatives, the con trivances, that have been resorted to, are alto gether beneath your notice. The finance Committee, unless it were to make a report embracing a propo sition to bring the whole amount of the taxes under twenty . millions a-year, can be of no more use. than' a Committee of any set of cofflc-house pol iticians. The weight is too great to be dealt with by a light hand. It must be diminished in so great a de grei that a complete change must take place, riot on y ip the manner of conducting the atfairs of the. naton : not only in its establishments of every des-'; cription ; lnbt, in the scale of discharging those obli gations by which it is fashionable to regari] the nation as irrevocably bound. The remedy, then, and the on...

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NEWS OF THE SHIP CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 August 1828

NEWS OF THE SHIP CUMIBE tr, THE following -extract of a letter, writtt~ 12th instant, at Hobart Town, from a Geýdt his friend in Sydney, with which we have bee? ingly furnished, throws considerable light on ti of poor Capaai:- Carns, and his unfortunate " WHEN the Beugal Mlerchant was at Rio, t ri-ada, Captain Crew, from London, came Captain of which reported, that in lat. 3 deg was boarded by a pirate brig, (from the desers think it was the same as paid Mood a visit.) Crew was taken on board the brig, and lashed to in the deck, while his ship was robbed of. quantity of goo.ds. While in this situation he ed two buckets on the brig's deck, on which painted " Cumberland;" an attempt had beenai' n " to obliterate it, but it appeared quite legible, so?"iql is more than probable that this ship had beS and her unfortunate crew and passengers m2nidei by those savages. A council of war was''týcn, beds: whether Captain Crew and his crew: should ' mi dered, and .the ship scuttled, or be rallo...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

A rrivals.---Civilian, Captain Blair, from Liverpool. and Rio Janeiro, with a general cargo of merc?a?di e,: and 400 rolls of tobacco; passengers, Messrs. A.hdt G. Mossman, and Mr. Scott.' Departur~r.---This day; the Borntdino, for Moreton Bay, (with prisoners) and Isle of France; passenger} Dr. Nesbit. The Lucy Ann, for Port MacquariP a? L Norfolk Island. Projected Departures.---Boddingtons for England, and Queen Charlotte for Batavia and Calcutta on Mon day next;' Nimrod for Calcutta on Saturday next; Australia for Mauritius, and Demnark fHill fot they Cape on Sunday week; the Waterloo for Port Dalrym pie on Tuesday next.

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