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

'. CORRESPONDENTS. -Advertisenlents ent to this ?fice mnust specify on the face of them the number. ef/ timn#s they are to be advertised, otherwise they will *e continued tuntil countermanded. brral ktters addressed to us, are lying it Ihe Post Ojce, bat not being post-paid we cannot draw them. DIALtCY.. MIMORANDUbM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. h*IIATIONS CF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AY 7 IN TiN MtORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPICTIVELY. - 22nd Sunday after Trinity: . High Water 33 nm. p. 3 morn.---5 min p. 4 ec Afternoon. Sun rises 18 In. p. 5.-Sets 42 m. p 6. i:e4 ·High Water, 36 tr. p. 4 Morn.-8 mmin. p. 5 Evening. High Water 40 m= p. 5 Morn.-14 u. p. 6 t Evening ~I . i ig-h Water, 46 D. p. 6 Morn.-20 m. P. Evening. High Water, 41 min. p.I7 1orn.--8 Niht SHigh Water, 15 in. p.8 Morn. H ighVater, 30 min? p. 8 Morn.--54 min. S p. 8 Night. New Moon 9 n in. p. 1 morn. THURsDAY ...... 63 86 65 N. E. Fair 'FRIDAX.......... 70 79,?3 Ditto Ditto iTUriAY ........ 6...

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

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. ' SIR, I was surprised in reading the Sydney Gaze last.week, to see an advertisement signed by Mr. Hil as Secretary to the Benevolent Society, apologiu for not having inserted Dr. Bland's name in the list the Committee. Why Mr. Editor, this is too WVhat! a Gentleman who has devoted his days 'adi nights for many years (not to mention his purse) to the interests of the Institution, to be forgotten in a: instant, and liy those who were daily witnesses of: hias exertions-it is monstrous ! The worthy Doctor howt ever may have this consolation, that the many poor wretches who have experienced his kind assistant'; /have not forgotten him. I cannot perceive what theaa '" hole-and -corner" men are after; they seem resblv'. .to turn every thing to which they put their hands, in a job, and to officialize. the initerests even of a Benevl lent Institution to their own purposes. The * o and his friend; must be looked after, or I sadly fe we shall have something like ...

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

I 'kNOTICE. BANK o1 AUaTR.LIA, . Addition: to the Numbers of FIFTY and "I TWC$TY -POUND NOTES already pub ihabed, the Public are hereby cautioned not to S.ceive a.y ov the 'following TEN and FIVE BP(OUND ' OTES of the Old Plates of this 2 -J, as the "Payment has been' stopped a NUBI..i'?, ' OF TEN 'OVUND NOTES. S, 10617 No. 16,798 No. 16,940 No. 17,115 52 16,801 56 23 g- . 78 .. 7 7 7 83. .28 ,,0,. . ' 19 86 29 " 21 87 40 16 27 17,002 82 18' 37 5 40 71 40 1S 42 43. 19 43 37 54 23 46 64 . 24 47 12 - 67., 3Q 49, 1 8 . 33 50 :15 . 71 34 52 S 18. 13 38 .53 , 74 39 54 S 86 &4 55 98 47 ' 59 6,904 .17,050 t 60 7? 6 54 62 S11 69 71 ..19 " 13 90 72 21 14 '92 715 e: 2T7 17 94 80 39 , 21 94 . 1 .49' " 22, 98 88 -' .6,451 28 t17,101 94 77 29 ' 2 97 81' ' 33 12' 17,200 . 95 . 8 14. NUMBERS OF FIVE POUND NOTES., ?# 10,003. No. 16,673 No. 17,093 No. 17,470' 6: . .83. 6. 4. S .7 95 9 81. S33, 706. 101 4 6 7 3 . 90' _ .. 5 " 11 4 1 F . 3 S5. 6 9 .,.. 509 281 7 10 '17,510 89' ,6 :1 - 27 21 `8...

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

* THE PRESENT AAMINISTRA'rION.-There is some thing gruissly offensive to the good sense of an en lightened age in the whole structure of the present Adi;inistration. On what does it rest ? The military renown of the Duke of Wellington, and tWe bigotry of Mr. Peel. We say his b;gottry; 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 stuily, to faater its principles. No man pretends to make a coipt, or build a house, till he has studied the art of 'the. tailor or mason; but in the business of the State, where skill is at least as necessary; and ,mistakes as dangerous as in the cutting of a coat, we fling the most ordinary maxims of pru dence behind us. ' te select s man to fill the highest office, to amend our laws, lighten our taxes, regulate our trade, because he has led armies and...

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

GAMING. .1he Bow street Justices are pedling with vulgar rogues-why don't they.fly at a higher quarry, and at sack the Wesb'Qnd hella? The Pandemoiniina in t. 9ames's-street, is in full activity, like a plumed 6rdpainted courtesan. This fabric flaunts it in full day;' here,,)dl is gay and glittering, and teeming with destruction. Thiis 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 Ilonourables; crowd to pander to the avarice of a vul gar upstart. But no, Crockford is lvow an Esquire "!'William Crockford, Esq. of 50, 51, St. James's ateet, and of Sussex place, Regent's-park I'-so this Gaming-house Keeper is described in the Court Guide. 'The Fishmonger an Esquire l In two or three years ?atthis rate we may expect to scehim dubbed Baronet or Xnight.- A.DycalCoronet fell to a' millionaire; Crock 4rd is said to be worth 200,0001., and ought atleast to .ie' Right Worshipful !' Mammon is the ruling deity...

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

fJERUSALE M WAiREH! IOUSE, OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM 1tifUSE. GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. TAMES SIMMONS begs to inform Ihis Friends i{ and the public in genradl, that he has opened the above Warelhouse, with an entie new and choice assortnment of the underme:,tioned goods where, he pledges himself, the Public shall be supplied at least ten' per cunt. cheaper than at any other IHouses iii the Colony - Ladies' lace dresses Silk filled shawls, ell wide Ditto French bodies town printed . Silk and s'atin dresses Camrbrie and muislin Children's do. cbintzs, the choicest Striped jean and nan- patterns keen embroidered Town printed cottons I- nfaits'robes andshort warranted fast colours frocks. One case wa'xd.lls, dtres Ladies' lace, nett, and sed and undressed. blonde caps Linen ticking " Qstrieh feathers Dowlas, huckaback, and Black, white, and straw diaper toweldling coloured artificial- Damask table cloths, flowers, wreaths, and froin 4 to" 18} wide Sbunches Gentleincn and youths A 'An assortment ...

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

SIE.PROPERTY OF GEORGE BROWN. Late of the Ship Inn, Liverpool. T N) Cover this season, SYNTAX ; is a beautiful dsapted bay, with black legs; nq~ihe, and tail, 16 hands and 3 quarters high, alsii? 4y 'uars old, is remiarkable for dodili Sin all,. sorts of harness ; he was bred by the late Win. Campbell, Harrington Park. - Em a blood mare iipiorted to this Colony thi the e'r 1821 ; and sire that well known, gorse DEFLANCE. He .will travel through Ahe -district's -ot Campbell Town, Liverpool, PirraP'atta, Kissing Point, l'rosp~ct, Brin l y,I Coo, bety, and the Cow Pastures. 'Terms £2. as. Stg. each mare, and is.. lillings graomaage. ':.Pawrdent to be mawde in January I 859. WHALEBONE. T O. Cover this season, that well known horse' WVHALEBONE, the Property of pr e I3. .wn, late of the Ship Inn Liver= ; po Ill is a dark chesnut, rising 7 years old, I `hands high. He was bred by Mr. Pve of ktH itlkhanm Hills; dam a fast trottine mare, s o' edbrother to Scratch by the dire ; Whale lone wil...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

:i?SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1, 1828. 's.." now propose reviewing the speech of Mr. Huskisson on the New South Wales Bill. By the proceedings which lately took place in the Hotse of Commons,we learn inat our liberties are again suspended for seven years. Mr. Iiuskisson, 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 be granting no boon to the Colonists, because " they were English subjects, " and were entitled as their birthright wherever "`'they went, to all the privileges and benefits of " the British Constitution !" After this flourish ''owever, 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 tensur of Mr- Huskisson's speech, that he would grant the Colonists their " bithright" at the end of this period. For, th...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   CHIT-CHAT.-The Government is determined to proceed for the dues at which the market-place at Sydney was let to the last tenant; the bail have been put in gaol; we never had a Government that exacted debts with the rigoir of the present administration. There is a great outcry at the proceedings generally of the Solicitor General. -The fate of Joseph Furnace, who was respited from execution from among the nine unhappycriminals' who sufferedthe other week, is still undecided upon. 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 matches, one against time, and the other with a competitor. The first race was won by ru...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 November 1828

EN G ISH[ M ISCELLANIES. TnE PotiCB OF THE MfETROPOLIS.--The Police t ammiti;.e- hae almost concluded their labours, and they havi'received a greater biody of evidence, as to tie state of crime in the metropolis, than was ever before communicated. "- Indeed they have frequently in the course of their examination of witnesses acknow ledged that they had been in perfect ignorance of the actualcondition of the townr until the disclosures which were made in the public press some months ago were corroborated by viva voce testimony. They are now eccupied in drawing up a Report upon the evidence, which is with some exceptions to be published. Its nature however,, is such, and some of the details are of 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 lHonoura ble Members who compose the Committee, now know the definition.ofa flash-hous...

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

NOTICE.-Plaving this day furnished our K Newcastle and Bathui st friends with their bills for the third lime, we beg to infbrm them, that if they are not discharged in the course of a few weeks, we musnt resort to the Court of' Re quests to jog their memnortes for us,. which to say the least is a disagreeable and* expens ve Smode of refreshing the recollections of o,'e's Friends. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's' Offce, Oct. 30, 1288. IS Excellency the Governor has" been Spleased to appoint Mr. Lawrence V. Dulbunty to be Assistant Surveyor of Roads and Bridges, to be stationed at Parramatta, in the Room of Lieutenant HIugheý, Royal Staff Corps,; to take Place from the 1st of Novem-. ( }er next. : DBy- His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY GOVERMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretarry's O7ice, Octobcr 28th 1828. SALE BY AUCTION OTICE is hereby given, That thel b.hull of the Government Colgn&al I Scboongr " Alligator," together with One Anchor and Cable, belonging to her,....

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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 — 8 November 1828

MEMORANDUM "OR THE ENSUING WEEK. -'ARIAIIONS GF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN Tth. MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. S I3rd Sunday after Trinity. 1 High WVater 15 m. p. 9 morn.---37 min p. 9 i1 ) Night. Sun rtses 11 m. p. 5.-Sets 49 m. p. 6. Sun"rs H.igh Water, 10 Forenoon, 20 min'. p. 10 pro Night. ..High Water 35 nim p. 10 Forenoon.-48 .a. Sp. 10 Night. SHigh Water, 11 m. p. 11 Forenoon.-27m. Sp. 11 Night. .' j j High Water, 45 minp. 11 Forenoon. J JHigh Water, 10 m. p. 12 Morn.-36 m SJ pt. 12 Afternoca. S First uarter of Moon 53 m. p. 11 Night. 6 High Water, 6 min. p. 1 Morn.--3 min, v I p. 1 Afternoon. THURSDAY ...... 65 8267 N. E. Fair FRIDAY.......... G185 68 N. . Ditto SATURDAY........ 70 68919 Ditto Hot Winds. SUNDAY ....... 6 7976 Ditto Fair MONDAY . ....... 782 N.E. Ditto TUESDAY ........... a 7616 )tlo Ditto W~EDNESDAY.... S 0 7 Ditto Ditto

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

PooR Bent, the fa her of printing in Van D;" man's land, is again in Gaol ! { ,olonel Anrti however is still a religious man, and Judge Peddg . is still Judge Pedder ! As far as we hae seeeti religious Governments in this hemisphere, R:t trust, if future Governors have any .miutn, quantity of religion about them, they willt.i be pleasel'to mix it up in their politics, bite keep it all ffir their wn ospiritual benefit i fri .s? eezdsl to inzjure every body else, and especially editeil Mn. MActKa, late Post-master and S peai,?-;, dantof Public Works at Newcastle, against/ wi''r,: eharics were preferred eight months a ?o ",;; Captain Robison, as Commandant of that placri but on whom no enquiry was held till .after. Captain Roblison had (subsequently) hblrge5 brought against himself, by the General and wiiº;" tried thereon, and at which trial Mackie wA.; (notwithstanding the "protest of Captain ) Ri) . mitted as an evnidence against the latter, he ;jSr' standiing as Mr. Mackie's direct ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

Sbipp in Inte llgnt . t Arrivals.-On Monday the ship .ddoes, Capttt . Ralph, from. London 1st June, 188 male prisoners. ; Surgeon Superintcndant, Thomas Logan, Esq. R'. Lient. Vickery, 30 men, 4 women, and 3 children of the 63rd Regiment.-Same day the brig Margaret, from Leith 26th of May, cargo snndries.-On Thrun 'r day, the cutter Carolilne, Harwood, master, .fros Port Dalrymple ; ladin.; hay, wool, straws &c. On the same (lay the Government brig Mlary Elisabetrh, from Port Macquarie, with prisoners, a military? guard, cedar, maize, &c ; Capt. Aubin.and his laduy. returned to Sydney by this vcssel. Departurcs.-On Tuestday' the Lord Litc'rpool, for Newcastle, sundries. iOn Wednesday the C'.urren?y Lass, for Port Dalrvmple ;. also the lonia,, for the Isle of France, in balla t.. Projected )eparturc..---The. laderia Packet on0b sealing voyage this day ; the ships Marqurss of ?tar? irggs and Comnpetit or, tor. MAanella, on Sunday,. thi L.nabella, for Macquarie and Norf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

" ' . . SYNTAX. IIE PROPERTY OF GEORGE BROWN. "",.Late of the Ship Inn, Liverpool. T5O. Cover this season, SYNTAX; is a .. beautiful dappled bay, with black legs, miane, and tail, 16 hands and 3 quarters high, Tising 4 yuars old, is remarkable for docili ty. i all sorts of harness ; he was bred by Sithe date Win. Campbell, Harrington Park. aiim a blood mare imported to this Colony :i the year, 1821 ; and sire that well known horse DEFIANCE. He will travel through rthe districts of Campbell Town, Liverpool, .Parramatta, Kissing Point, Prospect, Brin gelly,.Cobbety, and the Cow Pastures. Tirmis £2. 5s. Stg. each mare, and 5s. :sAillings groomage. .Paqment to be nmade in January 1829. WHALEBONE. iLiO Cover this season, that well known .L" horse WHALEBONE, the Property of George B.own, late of the Ship Inn Liver pool; is a dark chesnut, rising 7 years old, 16 hands high. He was bred by Mr. Pye of Baulkham Hills; dam a fast trotting mare, and brother to Scratch by the sire ; Whale bone w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

. ' " PUBLIC NOTICE. HEREAS the FIUFrY POUNDS WNODES (from the Old Plate) were STOLEN from the Bank of Australia, between Siaturday= Evening, the 13th, and Monday ttier15th Instant. The Public are hereby Cautioned not to rceie the said Notes in payment. S Order of the Board of Directors. T. M'V'ITIE, Managing Director. Bank of Australia " 23d, Sep. 1828. -LISTS OF NUMBERS OF FPIFTY POUND NOTES OF THE OLD PLATE STOLEN. i o, 5001 No. 5025 No. 5049 No. 5077 : 6 50 8 3 7 1 9 .4 8 2 80 5 2 ' 9 4 1 6 30 5 .2 7 . 1 6 3. 8 . g 7 4 9 4 S 5 ? ' 5 60 6 I : 6 2 7 2 7 3 8 3 8 4 9 5 9 8 90 6 41 9 1 •:8 .3 .1 3 9 2 2 4 21 15 3° 6 S12. 6 4 7 3 8 5 8 4 6 5099 t OF NUMBERS OF TWENTY POUND N; .. OTES STOLEN. No No. No. No. 0005" 20.10 2 20,19 ~ 0,496 S 3 5 8 4 7 9 5 8 a0,500 6 9 1 ? 8 20,200 2 6 20,402 3 ,0,021 2S,11 3 .4 3 3 5 20, 515 45 5 I5 '6 g G : ' 7 7 20,41I1 8 . 8 8 2 20,6ao ,s030 -2o,10. 3 3. 2 1 8 4 " 2 9 5 6 8 :20,420 6 '.Y o20,l30 1 8 8 1 5 9 0P,04, 4 6 20,531 V 2 a 2 S s O,431 6 4 9 2 7 S...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

Q uand ii n'y a plus .e foie daus le rAtelier, les anes se battent.-French Proverb. When the hay is all gone out of the CRIB, the as si res begin to kick and bite one another.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

DIED.--At Wall's Grove, CHARLES WILLIAM WIN- SLOW WALL, second Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Wall, late of the Baffs, aged 11 years, after a lingering illness. ON 4 , FI. p

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

DOMESiTIC' INTELLIG NCE. The Caroline takes away our late Principal Commits sary, Mr. WVemyss and family. This Gentleman' public conduct has been such, as ou the whole.to eom o inaud our thanks and commendation. Easy of access, . complaisant to nal, and considerate towards and attea ;, tive to the humblest settler, he carries with him as a public officer the affectionate wishes, of hundreds, thec good-will of thousands, and the enmity of none, gave one family. His measure in importing dollars and' salted pork in Sir Thon?.s Brisbane's time, we conasi, dered wrong ; and we told him so as soon as we commenced our editorial career. For this we forfeite . fected Mr. Wernyss's friendship. Our own privatL. " esteem of Mr. Wemyss, however, never flagged. We regretted, indeed, that our public duty was paramount to our private feelings. In his private character as e S Gentleman and a Chri:.linn, Mr. WVemyss will bti wafted to his native hol?e by the prayers and blessing' of the poor, and by ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 8, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 8, 1828. " This slave That came with Norval, Ive found most apt. I've shewn him gold; and he has pawn'd His soul to say and swear, whate'er I bid him l" (HOME.) " he Paid," with infinite good taste no doubt, has again obtruded the affair of Sudds and Thom son on the public attention, in consequence of our having copied (without a word of editorial remark however) a notice of a Mr. Stewart to the House of Commons, that he required papers rela tive to the conviction and punishment of, these two soldiers. As the editor on his white horse is seen every morning at the olffice of Mr. M'Leay, with whom he has lpng audiences, it is of course to be presumed, these reiterations of " the Otfi. ciul," are tolerated, if not highly approved by our higher powers. We are sorry for it. At the time the catastrophe of Sudds occurred, we said, and we see no occasion to alter our opinion, that the person who took it upon him to mete out a qtrange and foreign punishment to th...

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