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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1826. Extract from Mr. John Doyle, bookseller at New York to Mr. Thomas Smith, bookseller at Liverpool, dated New York, Nov. 16, 1825:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

T ý --MON1ITOR FRIDAY, OCIOBElt 6,' bW.' Extract from Mr. John Doyle, bookseller at New Ydirk to Mr. 'Thonmas Smith, b?oksellcr at Liverpolr datred New York, Nov. 16, 16925: " Will you please- t> mention, when you are next communicttinfg ith Mr. Cobbett, a circumstance which, I dare say, will be gratifying to him to know;. that.his " History of the Itration" hits caused the.greiatest sensation here ot any hook eter. offered for sale sisuce I have been a bookseller, which is, now. eight years. E?iery person %ilho reads any thing on religion,. or cn glish history,. has read it and is talking aitout it.. It is read by all sects. And such is the demand fiorit,.that.it is now 'stereotyping in this cily., and. alsor, twvo:spiaratte translations of it aire making into the Spanish lJaiguua.e; one by a Mexican, and the os her i)y an Irishinahian, ihoias lived with the Spaniards many years in C'oluinbiat iind the Islands.. I have just heard trom a ho{ok'eller v:ho has come to-day from Phil...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. SCOLONJAL SECRETARY'S OFFrcE, OCT. 3; 182G. IT being necessary to complete the Arrangements for . the, 'GRANTING AND SALE OF LANDS," with es little Delay as possible, His ExcKLLENCv.the GovER ion is pleased to direct as follows; riz. ' 1st. PEasons, who received Authority from the late Governor, Sir TnoMAs BRISBANE, to purchase Lands, and who have not yet notified to Government th. Situa .tion and Boundaries of the Land they wish to obtain, .-re required. to do so by the 1st Day of January next, or i he Authority to purchase will be considered void. EQd., PieoaNs, wlio were authorised to receive Grants without Purchase, and whohave not yet' notified the. ?ituatt a Bou? Boundaries of thd Land they .u?,iis)Iave: made Choice of, are required to lay before the Land Board (by the 1st of November next) satisfactory Proof that they possess the necessary Means to stock, or bring the Land into Cultivation, according to the Scale laid dawin.in Paragralph 10, of the Regulati...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

To the EJitor of the, Mo.troon. SIR, Ir vwas on the clnv, of. a blovelvrdv t left' my little dlressing raom, to enjy, the be;auties of the cvening scene. The saruni was setting in the midst of his: glorv the hills were vet coverel with his rays, aind.the lonh . dr :.ving" sh i tw,; of the blue t",nm trees were stretc.hib a'on..the white walk, which .le to my honiu. or rather, :is we utl .tr !"'tihre.a's.,?, thii sie c. il1 i t, " the groves " of B!:arnev." 0 ! 1Mr. Elior. :iu hin carn be more e.u iful tha n ths .-l'e ; " tis like- a tfati-y-llin ;" on e ,hi si le rhe ivild hn.!vsin:kle grow ; " dark green are ' its b') gs,h. anl all be Itnteous entwi ling" are she run nine violets wh'c: wreith around them. I sat upon a rock, (nt in the Dom tin, and" not even ne.r'it ;) the bre:,ze h id .lied away. the forest was ?t!ll, and 'nothing t,) )e hea:lr, but the ge;,'le break of, the wa es no the h'rs. I w:as p.'nsive-I ,was so0rrowful- 'o. wih i in this lif c in s Iv his e,,p ( lueer thing...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. ON HAPPINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

SO'IGt.V.1L9 POETRY OVj H:IOkPLvi:Sa. Tawv hivInesz3 i nit thii i~r~wth bf earth; (- Y,)ur jli is rz;tleZss if 'vn sueek it h.re ; 'Tis au ex,)tic of' ceiau+ lal birth, 'Ani nevi r bI rns but in celestial air. SwEET fl, wur of raradise ! th. secuds are suw In; her: and there, a mind of heav'nly mould; .It u:se+"sUwand barsa. bat ne'ar was known Tautjksqo h~rd-tig climate is too coil4.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MOTHER TO HER INFANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

THE MOTHER TO HER INFANT   Sleep on my chld; serenely sleep; Thou wilt have years enough to weep; I would not break such calm as this, E'en for that pearl, a mother's kiss! How sweet that smile! ah dost thou dream? Does this new world so charming seem ? Alas ! our joys as visions fly! Sorrow is long reality. I weep - thou sleep'st - time may be That I shall change my lot with thee; My last, low, clay-cold pillow prest, Thou wilt be sad - and I at rest!

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM THE PERSIAN. Translated by SIR W. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

Fiat: TUJJ PERSIAN; Translfttcd by SIR W. JoNIs, TIs m rn-that issued thee to Ight, my chid, Sa w: t, ~ in to &rý, wails all trrjund t'iee siuil'd : sai zIu 1A u n'i h nca to tbhie cternul seep-- . Qw q.;'rt qyl, W'i'1a all around thee weep!

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A REFLECTION BY THE SEA SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

A Reflection by the Sea Side See how beneath the moon-beam's smile,     .Yw3 ltti1 bdp.,w artovcs its b4ri&t,7 Aud. J4.us unu. eýnarkk, ur htwiPl3, ADS, iaur~neº'4ng, taiu ýub3flR tbi.4 z Titus man--tie sp.rt of blls and~care,. R!se uil tiure's ceuaful'iea; 'And, kiut'inr sw.1 d a :o.uea~tRtrhr, rTtý.IIj iiie1w &au eternitv y

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

. PAR. ENTS, GUARDIANS,' AND -THE ;POOR. IT&NT ED.-A well-educated Youth as an Apprentice, by, ¶ -a -Military Stirgeon-of-the Dublin:College; and a Mem ber of the Royal College of Surgeons of London'; lately an Operating and Consultin Surgeon to the Sussex .General Infirmary, and Brighton, Dispensary, under the. Patronage of His Majesty. Appply to M1. CONNELDY, Surgeon;0 &c. 82,.George Stieet. N. M . The Poor attended as usual fom n'Eight to 'len o' Clock every AMorning. TO COMPOSITORS. [ITANTED at the' Monitor Office, a* couple of good V? Compositors and a Pressman, to whom the mostt liberal encouragement will be given. .Apply at the said Office, or of Ms. A. HIxLL, at' Hyde Park Tavern. T HE PROPRIETORS of .theMQ'NITOR, are desirous to Engige two or three APPRENTICEs to the Printing Business, whose Parents'reside.in-Sydney, with whom they can Board and Lgdge. An adequate Allowance will be made for their Board. Enquire 'at the Monitor Office, .or of Mr. Hill, at the...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.     THERE have been fewer women transported to the co- lony lately than formerly. It is extraordinary that the British government should send out so few women, when there are at this time in England, an excess of females above males, amouriing to above a million souls. Where ever the law will justify transportation, it shouls be re- sorted to in the convictions of women in England, as immrlityof'.every description is -generated in--this *o lony hythe lpanuity of our female population; S~ciety is most moral, when the se.?e are most equal. In this *eolonyn -we-suppose - there. are ..ten men tc, one woman. And this in part accounts' for the adultery and debauch ne rv-of the latter. .. -- Mr. :Dio.n, of the Steam Engine is..making.a great addition to his already extensi'"e pile of buildings, in Teni-le as an ale-brewery, - and sap lnianufactory--Mr. ?M utki!e, a gentleman of great invention, who came to -this. colony, fromt the Cape. h:as...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 October 1826

Arrived on Friday the 28th ult. the ship Medora, Capt J. R. Clendon. Sailed from London on the 10th of       May. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Bodenham, and two   children, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Clendon, Mr. Stephenson, Mr. Harris, Mrs. Roberts and child. Ladinig, 1`5 Puncheons of Geneva, 14 do. -Brandy, 13 Puncheons and 20 Hhds. of.Rum, 60 Casks of Madeira, 22 half-chests of Wine, 150 Barrels, 10Q2 Tierces and So Hhds. of Beer; 6 Tierces of.Cyderp-i Cases of Boots, 6G Cases of Piano-fortes, with sundry packages, cases, &c. of Haberdashery,.WearingrApparel,,Books, Earthenware,. Toys, Pickles, Cast iron Pipes, Tobacco, . &c,: &c. 111 Merino Sheep were lobston.the passage, together with a fine Bull and 4 Heiferste,. :Same Day, the G vertamet:Brig Mary. Elizabeth from Port Macquarie. : v - On Sunday the 1st in t ýit onial Cutter Speed. w.rell, .Joseph James,.. Mastr. .Fxom .auncestoi) on the .1th. ultl. Lading, ,2 .Lus...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. Tun demand for Wheat at Yesterday~s Market was exceeding limited-a great quantity was taken away unsold, although offered towards the close at 5s" per Bushel. In. other marketable produce there has been a progressive reduction in price. A fine show of all descriptions of cattle met moderate biddings, and were for the most part disposed of by private sale. 30 Sheep brought only 10s. 6d. per head. Pigs sold well. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 20 at 7s. 35 at 68 3d. 83 at 6s. Total 138 bushels sold... Wheat from 6s. to 7:. average on total sold, .'. 3d. per Bushsl. *Maize from 2s. Gd. to 3.. per Bushel.-I15mter from la. 9d. to 2s. 9d. per lh.--Cheese Is*-Eggs. Is'3d. to Is. 6d. per doz.-Fowls 3s. 9d. to 4a. 6d. per couple. -Ducks 4s, 6d.-Geese 12s. 6d. to 14s.-Turkies 15s. to 20s.-Peas Is. 3d. to 2s. per peck.-Potatoes 15s. to 16:. per cwt.-Bread 5,d. per Loaf.-.Beef 4s. 2d. per stone. -Mutton 4.- Gd.-Pork 5,.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

PIANO FORTES. M R. EDWARDS, having re elved per 'Medora, an In iuent of Piano-Fortes, from the celebutaed house of Broadwood and Sons, begs* to acquaint the .'ladies and gentle men of the cAlony, that the same are ready for inspection at his apartments, 10, George-street. .4 selectio of fashionablk Music for the Piano-Forte, 4c. by the aage conveyance. TO PARENTS, GUARDIANS, AND TUE PO W ANTED.-A well-educated Youth as an -Apprentice, by a Military Surgeon of the Dublin College, and a Mem ber of the Royal Cbllege of Surgeons of London; lately. an Operating and C'onsiuting Surgeon to the Sussez General Infirmary. an4 Brighton Dispensary, under the Pagtonage of Ifis Majesty. Apply- to Mn. Co/nNEI.L, Surgeon, &e. 82, George Sireet. 'N. 11 he Poor attehded ae usual from ;F'ight to 'I eno' &/W crcry Morning.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

A MEETING took place on Saturday last, of the Coaimittee nominated to superintend the affairs of the Sydney Public Free Grammar School. About nine gentlemen were present. The -ostensible object was to take into consideration l letter' which 'had been received from the Head-master, soliciting the payment ot salary in advance, and 'other 'snatters general and pecuniary. A warm discussion took place on the snbject, the result of which did not prove 'favourable to 'the request contained in the document sub mitted to the meeting. The salary of the second majterwws or dered to be paid; and it' Was determined that u Obneral1Ji eting should be called, by public advertisement, to take the albove cir cumstance, and the general affairs of the Institution, 'into consi. deration. We should be sorry if this laudable institution should be permjitted to fall to the ground, from "a perseverence by :. ma jority of the trustees, in measures against which the pdpular voice is so iqud; when once the. pu...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

I nDOMESTIC INTELLIEENGC. r. THE niagistratts were occupied during a considerable e portion of Friday and Saturday, in investigating certain matters relative to an affray-a serious one, in which even the purple stream of life was spilt ! The wounded party or complainant, one Mr. William Hodges, landlord and k proprietor of a certain rendezvous for the weary, y'clcp'd r The Blue Lion, in the vicinity of that delectable spot, Kent Street, or thereabout, appeared in propria persone, " to give ocenlar demonstration of very ungenlemanlike " treatment he hqd received at the hands of Mr. William Wells-a chip of the same block, but whose past con duct exemplitied the ,trutheof an old adage, " two of a trade seldom agree.;" ,the 7 said Mr. Wells occupied the " Bunch of Grapes," situate atid being at the angle.of Pitt and King Streets, and this'was the scene of conten t tion as well as the cause of it. This house, though in the possession of Mr. Wells, -was the property of Mr. Hodges; the lat...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

DIA ,Y. MEM6ItAINDtM F'OR THE' ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises, 38 min. past 5. ' High Water at Port-Jacksor 15 min. past 5 in the MI orn.-43 min. past 5 Evening. O I Trans. of KING EDWARD. SfHigh Water, 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past 6 Ev. I I Sun Sets 23 min. past 6. 21st. Sunday after frinaiy. High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Evening. * High Water, 10 min past8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Night. Full Moon 51 min. past 7 Morning. High Water, 30 min. past 9 Morn.--50 min. past 9 at N. ^ Day 12 hours and 52 min. long. I High Water, 5 mim. past 10 morn.-25 min. past 10 N. St. LUKE. High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn.-1 t at Night. . GARDEN.-Should the weather continue warm, sow '". ° French beans. Care should be taken to exterminate the slug which is at this season troublesome. Lime and salt diluted seldom fails. *TATE OP tI'lE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELY. WED. THIJRS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OURANG OUTANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

OU ANG OUTANG. ON the 5th of January last, Dr :Abel read Ia the Asi atic Society at Calcutta, some observations on the skin and some fragments (which had been presented to the society) of an Ourang Outang, whie had been killed .on the Coast of Sumatra, and which seems to .have been the largest and most remarkable animal of this kind that has ever been seen by Europeans. It appears, that an officer of the Mary Anne Sophia was on shore at a place called Ramboon, near Touromon, on the west coast of Sumatra, where he discovered the animal in a tree. He assembled his people, aid followed him to a tree in a cultivated spot, onv;which le took refuge, '.His walk was, erect and waddling, but notquick, and he was obliged occasionally, to accelerate his motion with his hands; but with the bough 'of a treg he impelled him self forward with great rapidity. When lhe reached the trees his strength was shown in a high degree, for with one spring be gained a very lofty bough, and bounded from it wit...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

MARRIED.- On Saturday morning last was married by special license at St. James's Church, THOMAS BAM-   BRIDGE, Esq. Lieutenant in His Majesty's 57th Regt. to Miss SARAH BATE,, 2nd Daughter of SAMUEL BATE, Esq.

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SELECT POETRY. ELLEN; A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

SELECT POETRY. . lELLEN; A FRAGMENT. Is she not beautiful although so pale? The first May flowers are not more colourless Than her white cheek; yet I recal the time When she was called the rose-bud of our village. There was a blush, half modesty, half health Upon' her cheek, fresh as- the summer morn With which she rose. A cloud of chesnut curls, Like twilight, darkened oe'r her blue-veined brow. And through their hazel curtains, eyes whose light Was like the 'violets, when Apiil skies Have given their own pure colour to the leaves, Shone sweet and silent, as the twilight star. And she was happy-innocence and hope Make the young heart a paradise for love. And she loved, and was loved. The youth was One Who dwelt on the waters. He had been Where sweeps the blue Atlantic, a wide world And seen the sun light up the flowers. like gems, In the bright Indian isles-had breathed the air When sweet with cinnamon, and gum, andbspice. But he said that no air brought health, or balm, Like that ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

in order to increase the, effect and produce a more powerful example by the execution of criminals, it is in contemplation to make the actual scene of their respective crimes in future the place of punishment. with   this view it is supposed that the delay has taken place in allowing the law to take its course in the cases of nine unfortunate men who are now awaiting the awful mandate. port stephen, parramnatta, bathurst and burwood, will in that case, witness the operations of retributive   justice.  

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. HALL'S LETTER TO HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR MACQUARIE AND MR. COMMISSIONER BIGGE, ON COLONIAL DISTILLATION. Continued from No. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

Ml:;ollac isks cid; z II 4' cuN.sacY. GovYaBNOX UAM u :isa vfl Ms. Cpaimpxoxa BIGE, oK) CowiuOeL DPsITrIaLATI0ros ContinuedfromiiNo. 17'. Produce would have, to' be brought from the new-: landi: lanthe interior, a thousand miles oRf, las the flesh markets. of..Rio de Janeiro, are supplihed with carrion, (notineatest) from the interior of that Country. - &ihr. spirits will never be sold cheap in the colony retailf so, long as the stills ere either confined to the towm', or if ,permitted in the country, are restricted to larg; dimensions. 'Our farmers (except .n a few in stances) are poor. j They have little or nospore capital. A florty-four gallon still, therefore, When set at work, would, if unchecked by the small still of the little set tleri soon operate as a monopoly, and, keep up the. price o£ epiritts It is not that I think small stills would be numerous, and so.drive large ones out of the market, that I recommend them. The reverse would gradually be the'result, because...

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