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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY, MAY 11. PETITION OF MR. BRADLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. ItOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY, MAY 11. PE IgION of MR. BPAlP.EY., MR. HUMS presented a petition from Thomas Bradley 4 Esq. late Colonel in the -d. West India regiment, com plaining 'of having been unjustly dismissed from the ser vice of the army. The petition stated that in the year 1819, the petitioner was the second in command at Honduras, and that in 'consequence of Lieutetant Colonel Arthur, who was at that time the senior officer 'in com mand at that station, haiving been placed on half-pay, the command devolved ow the : Ptitioner ; that Lieutenant Colonel Arthur, however -stillpersisted in retaining the command notwithstandhig the remonstrances of the peti tioner; and at last caused him to be put under arrest, because he refused to attend an'irregular and unmilitary meeting which had been convened by Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur, and kept him in close confinement for a period of nearly ten months;' that whilst he was so confined he forwarded to Sir Henry...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

'TE MONITOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 182G. Ws beg to call the attention of our readers to the adver tisement of Cooper and Levey. It was once our intention to criticise the new Bank in its origin; progress, and effects, and particularly to dwell on the motives of the projector and sub projectors, and the durious part he acted, and made his colb leagues act, in spite of themselves. But we have abandoned this intention. All old squabbles must he forgotten and for given. The people must act together for the future, and we must learn to forget and to forgive. In this spirit we would review the misunderstanding between the Australian Bank and the firm of Cooper and Levey. THE conduct of all public bodies ought to be liberal, not to say magnanimous. The conduct of the New Bank to Cooper and Levey, may be' considered two ways-its justice, and its policy. As to its justice, we think no banker has a right to discount the paper of another banker, if the said paper circulate in the same society; a...

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Mr. MARSDEN'S BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

Mr. MARSDEN'S 6OOK. Hz that publishes a book challenges public eriticisin. Without meaning any personal offence to the principal Chaplain of the colony, we proceed to exercise our edi torial prerogative in reviewing. the politics of the reverend Gentleman as laid down by himself and coadju-' tor Mr. Field; for we are 'acquainted with' the style of writing of both these persoas, and we don't hesitate to say pur late adored Judge hbs had more than one finger in this pie of Mr. Marsden. THE first paragraph -questions the policy and the means of Governor Macquarie in endeavouring to unite the free and convict population in one body. We deny be ev, did so. Speaking of society in the colony, gene rally, there were no. free emigrant people vwhen General Macquarie with. the 73rd reg. arrivedto set aside the rebel. Government established by Colonel Johnson, and con tinued by Patterson and Foveaux. The only classes of inhabitants (unless a score or two of men women and children may be magnifi...

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MR. SIPPE'S BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

MR. SIPPE'S BENEFIT CONCERT. TUE public evinced their appreciation of talent, and the liberality of their disposition, by a most respectable and very numerous assemblage at the Concert-room, on Wednesday evening, for the benefit of Mr. Sippe, whose unremitted exertions merited the return they met with. No pains had been spared to render, the performance worthy the public, favour-and we may venture to say, that the expectations of the audience were not disap pointed. Above four hundred persons were present, among whom we noticed Cols. Damuresq and Shadforth, the Surveyor-General, several magistrates and. military oflicers, with others of the greatest respectability. At half-past seven the First Act commenced, with the justly celebrated " overture to IDer Freischutz, by C. W. Vonu Weber, as performed by His Majesty's private band;" This is a rare specimen of German composition, and the band in the Orchestra did ample justice to the piece.. Cegse your Funning, by Storace, was very unap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLoNIAL SECRIETARy'V OrFcIC, OCT. 6, IS26. TO MILLERS. OVERNMENt, being desirous to LET the WIND , wr IL.L, near the Military Hospital, for a Term of -even Years, Tenders, from such Persons as may be ailing to take the same, will be received at this Office, .,1 Thursday the 19th Instant, at 1e. o'Clock. Each ender must be sealed, and marked " Tedsder for .Wind Tec Lessee must engage to put the Mill in an effici ent State of Repair, and to give it up in good. workhig Order ot the Expiration of the Lease. Bxcuat'r must be given for the Payment of the Rent tIhieh is to be paid Qarterly. Furthe Particulars may, 'be'know*t by qpplying to the Civil.Eisgineer. 'By His Excellency's Command. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. PUBLIC NOTICE. P'ITHE 'undermentioned Persons have obtained Certifi J. cates of Freedom, during the. last. Wdek; viz. " '' mnon - - John M'Gregor -(1) - Jolbn M'Donald S( - Mary Fitzpnatrick a'oo'nadel (3) - Wiliam all ' r t . .~ -. - Bryan Devliin '. ., * Michael .B...

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

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.---Sir Mark Wood, Bart, a Magistrate for the county of Surry, appeared to answer the complaint of Mrs. Ann Paget. The cause was ap pointed to. be heard on.Wednesday, at which time all parties were in attendance, expecting the arrival of Sir Mark. The worthy Baronet, however, on that occasion, sent his servant to inform Mr. Dyer that he was gone out of town. When he attended on Saturday, Mr. Dyer remonstrated with 'inh on treating the Bench disrespect fully;, but Sir Mark told him, that being a magistrate he was not obliged to attend to a summons, and he con sidered that attending on this occasion was an especial favour. Mr. Dyer expressed his surprise at the observa tions made by Sir Mark, and said he (Sir Mark),was old enough, anid he thought experienced enough, - to be aware that he was treated with great kindness; as the officer, upon receiving the warrant, could have appre hended him, and kept him in custody until he answered the charge. Mrs. Paget's charge va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

e e:";: tý'ei- kN-EVOiLN SOCIETY. T 0Conformity with tle 'Resolutions of the Society at the Anni Ive~ssr' Meeting, held on the -30th June, the" Committee have ,b icaed 'the 'iseeriil 'Chaplaint's, and other' Miuisters; to aid t Funds of this Institution, by preaching Charity. Serpions in thei respective Places of Worship; and the Committee have now th pleasure to announce, that Sermons will be preached, and Collec ,tiolns made in the following Places, on Snnday, the 15th October : St. Phillip's Church-Rv. WILLIAM COWPER; St. James' Church-Rev.--R. HILL; Scots Church-Rev. Dr. LANG;, ,W yan Chapel-Rev. R. MANSFIBLD s4Iev. W. UORTON, PARRAMATTA. St. John's Church-Rev. S. MARSDEN. . AWINDSOR. At. Andrew's Church, Richpiond-Rev. J. CRoss L e LIVERPOOL St. Luke's Church,-Rev. R. CARTWRIsor. . CASTLEREAGH. Rev. H. FULTON. CAMPBELL-TOVN. r* . . Rev. THOMAS REDUALL. BATHURST. Rev. THOMAS iJASBALL. As Replies hive not been received to some. of the Applications, alInf w ich contained Copies of...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. INCREASING STRENGTH OF THE OPPOSITION UPON THE EXPECTED CLOSE OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

GLISf MISOE LANILS. .ZNCRgABING STRENOTH OF THE OPPOSITION UPON THE - - :.- EX iTEiD CLOSE OF -.tBE SESSION. TEoUaG, upon the best views' which we are enabled to give to political subjects, we conceive it to be our gene ral duty to lean towards the King's Ministers, because, without the aid of the impartial portion of the. public, it would be-alniost impossible for any men to conduct the Government of the country with any due efficacy; we, smust never- lose sight' of the consideration, that the Min istry are necessary in possession of great power and pa trona;',abd-are'placed dhder the strongest 'temptations fo misemploy and abuse it, to the advancement of their own personal interests, and for the provision of their own - pgpex ions and dependents. Indeed, most of the evil 4of andern Government may be brieflyt summed up under "these °rwo heads,-the maintenance and gradual aug 4iiieniation of useless places and salaries, and offices, insti tuted for the express purpose of keeping up ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NO ARRIVALS THIS WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 October 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NO ARRIVALS THIS WEEK. DEPARTURES. The Brig Fairfield, Captain Work, for London direct sailed on Wednesday Morning the 11th Inst.-Lading 225 Blue Gum planks, 528 Slabs of Cedar Four tons of Mimosa bark 46 Casks of oil and skins 107. Bales of Wool-197 Salted Skins, 14 Dry ditto. 13257 Treenails - and 3 Cases of curiosities--Also the Ship Orpheus, Captain Duff, for the Isle France-Yes terday the cutter Speedwell for Port Dalrymple.. PPOJECTED DEPARTURES-The Ship England, for Canton is announced to sail on the 15th Inst-The Government Brig Mary Elizabeth, for Moreton Bay on the 16th and the Ship Medora, for Batavia on the 17th. REMAIN IN HARBOUR-Ships Portland, Marquis of Huntley, John Bull,.Ardent, England and Regalia. Brigs Corsair, Fame, Wellington, Woodlark, and Mary Eliza beth. Schooners Alligator, Prince Regent, and Prince of Denmark.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

DIARY. 'MEMORANDUTM TOR TIHE ENSUING WEEK. o SUN rises, 31 mm. pastt5. ,- Nigh Water," : 1 ror f4ackson 4. 45. min. past-10 -i the M-orn.- -11 at Niight. Tigh Water, 16. min. past 11 Forenoon.-36 iin. past % I past 11 at Night. Sun Sets 33 min. past 6. S 22st. Sunday after Trinity. S~I IHigh Water, 56. min.. past 11 Forenoon. : _ High Water, 29 min past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 in the Afternoon. SDay 13 hours and*4 min. long. High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. I Last aQiarter of the' Moon 12 at Noon. I I High Water, 30 min?i. past 2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. , RESPIN. I High Water, 33 min. p1ast3 Morn.-5 mini. past 4 Aft. G" GARDEN.-Sow Radishes and Lettace. STATE OF TIIE'WEATHERDURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE-THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 'A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELY. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE 66-73 65-71 73=-=81 :71-80 71--81 70--80O 76-82 Clear Hot Sultry Clear Clear High Cloudy WAVa- Winds. Wea-. Wea- Clouds. and ther. ther. ther....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

BRICIEFIELP HILT, SSYPSiy SIi'T. 1826.K{ M R. JAMES WILSHIRE takes Occasion tb announee( "' Sto the Graziers and Breeders of Stock in. general, ~that, ' lie has, at a very considerable expence, at length erected a tr: extensive and capacious Building at Darling Point, for the pur pose of Slaughtering and salting Meat,, at the extremity;of. Bathurst-street, leading to the water side, to be designate4'" 'l Wilshire's Slaughtering and Victualling hlouse,".in addition " to Which Building, there is a two 4tory hosc,.witli cold, `" qnd-commodious cellars attached. , It was originally the intention of tlho Proprietor tO iiv" ' let these Buildings to the Sydney Butchers,. hut finding 'th~iat they still mean to continue slaughtering at their own place o" ' residence, some in the very centre of. the town of Sydney,-he?. is induced to apprise the Graziers and .others of the extntc and nature of his plans for their accommodation, and trus?.." they. will be convinced, and avail themselves of the...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. " Large' importations of wheat' from the Southward, i~'thi whole near 20,000 bushels,. caused. much speculation a.mong the dealers, and tended to bring the price down to aii average injurious to the grower; 5,300 bush'els were purchased by the 1Waterloo Company at G6. currency, a great quaintity .re-. maining unEold. Cattle of the finest breel, and of whibch there was. mln xcellent shew, fetched froim 101. ,doinwards. Pigs from 21. 10s. to 41. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 110 at 68. 9d.. 140 at 58. Gd. 172 at 5s. 112 at 4. 9di . Total 534 bushels sold. Wheat from 4s. 9d. to 6s. 9d. average an total sold, . Gad. , per Bushel. . Maize from 2.. 9d. to 3. per .Bhhel.--.. eBut er from 2a. to 2s..9d. per lb.-Chcese Is* 3dS.-Eggs S8. :3d. to 18. d. per 'doz.--Fowls 48;, 6d. per :ebi le. Ducks 7T,-Geese 10s:.-Turkies 18s.to- 20.. --Potatoes 10s, io 188. per cnvt.--Fine Flour 1?8:-Bread : bd. pprS Loaf.-.Beef 4s. Spe. .er sone.--Mutton 4s- 1Qd. -L-P k 6e.: 1Hay (inferior) 71. 10.. ...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

To the Editor of the MoThrro, '' SIin, --- . w - There would be no benefit me judice, to eithe' ffrock or?: buskin, by accepting your challenge on behalf of:.Mr;'DBW-':, speech against the theatre, .nobody' but dull plodders or haoqk .; readers would get through it. iHE concedes that the theatre might be a source of innocent' * amusement and instruction, but: as usually conducted, it is not reconcilable with our standard of morals, the Christian re;, HISTRIONIC lovers want no more concession; they are aware .4 that the theatre has and will be abused, and that few will prey:: tend to go into it as into a church-will you, for a momenet, play the part of Mr. B. and we will question you ? . "Sir, there is abeverage producedin some countries, whic°i.i"s"' said to cheer the heart of God and nian-- ive us that instead,, of a theatre." Mr. B. "That! why that is still worse,;it shortens the period' "' of human existence, making our, life, which metaphoricall?"I is a feverish dream, to be so ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Proprietors of the Monitor Printing Office, have to re quest their friends and the public will payno money on their aceount to any person belongiing to their Establishment unless he give in return a printed :receipt. for the same withl :the written signature of E. S. HALL, attached at foot.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

. , '.VELAND.At' Five GinMs . . each .Mre, and Five Shillings Grooniuge. ei v . Persons, desirous of sending Maresto eiter .f these Horses, S ,erequested to forwair i ritten Aji?ihcation to the Corn-, a? y's fille, on or. bcore ee 1st of October, as the. Nunmber ust neerisWsly be limihe . ·"-: *lr E )i D1 ofef the Co etn e t ee , G . ~GiEORGE M. LDE, e eetary tohe .. i.m. ee ' - STELr .RAP. ). tELTRAP will Stand the Season :at Home :am,:(lat i~arinton's) WJestern Road.-Terms, Eight Guieas. lSt ag eac Mare, including Groom's Fee, Grass. 2 el Week, payable on the ~ et Feb:ruary, 1827: - . ". . •OTHY" . HIS w"ell-known Horse stands 16 hands high, bright bay I colouiir, aiid'well bred, will standd during the season at Macquarie'Grove, Where excellent paddocks will be provided'. free of all expence, for those Mares that may be sent to him, and todwhich every possible attention will be paid. Terms, 21 10a S erling,'groom also included. .Payment to be made on the 1st January, 1827. _ Macqu...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

THE VMONITOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 18~6. TIIE partition wall between theEmigrants and Eman cipists having been, at. least in our hurqble opinion, in a great measure broken down by the unanimous election of certain gentlemen to the Committee of certain public Institutions, we consider the two parties of Emigrants and Emancipists, or of Exclusionists arid Colonists, to be at length united. They are now amal gamated together,. and form the people. - There. As a small number of men whomn, py way of distinction, we are accustomed to.honour with the appellation of "' The faction." This party will never consent to give up'their oligarchal claims, and mingle with the community. By: their complete command of the ears of 'the Right Ho-' nourables in Downiiin-;treeti they were once formidable. But the tree-press of the 'colony, the public dinner to Sir, Thomas Brisbane, and the county addresses to the last and present Governors, have destroyed their influence. Ministers are now tet into the sec...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

ENGLISH MI SCELLATIE. ARISTOCRATIC FEELING.--It is with mingled epotions of pity and disgust, that we again revert to the case of the unfortunate Mrs. Webster-pity for her afflictions, and disgust at the heartless treatment she has received in a quarter upon which she" has the doubleaclaim of justice and humanity. ,Our readers, doubtles's;remem ber the particulars of this case, treated by us some time since at great length. His' Grace the Duke of North umberland has never deigned to afford .the least assis tance to a wretched, aged woman, whose relation with the most romantic generosity, presented 60,0001. to the late Duke, and which the present Nobleman is doubtless enjoying-he has suffered her, almost overwhelmed with disease 'and years, 'to starve on? the parochial pittance of two-and-sixpence per week; whilst he has revelled in every luxury bought with her rightful substfince. Has not his Grace of Northumberlaind sufficient humanity to spare .from the splendour of .Alnwick 'Cast...

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EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

EXECUTIONS. It is our painful duty to record the execution of eight unfortunate malefactors, whose repeated violations of the laws of their country, thus terminated in a violent and ignominious death. A general order was issued on Saturday last, affixing the respective places of execution         on three successive days. On Monday morning Mustin, Watkins, and Brown, convicted of divers atrocities com- mitted in the vicinity of Burwood and the Liverpool road, proceeded to the former place, there to pay the   forfeit of their lives. Craven and Cavenagh for like   offences, were ordered to die at the Western Road Gate, Parramatta, on the same day. At six o'clock a regular   cavalcade was formed in front of the gaol. Two carts were in readiness to convey the culprits to the place of execution. Mustin was brought out first; he appeared firm and cheerful, ascended the cart with alacrity, and then a...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MAY 9th, 1826. PETITION OF MR. BUCKINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

SadL. ," i CpS 9GhC 1826E ., '. .3+ _ , ' : B3f T +, ..iI`Q + ... .,:,; : , ` . , s i?Li o it tRu zr saidi.thatr he rpa? ?. to .-preset a pe t1otito.xbeonsiderableihmportance relating tothe govern. i1ient in Indian. The sinae mLatter had, on a former oc aeMon,n been:brought before the house by his hon. friend, W +ditejmember for Durham; ".and at that time, the answer rgivento it was, that it was then under the.consideration '"'f a court' of law, and. therefore would be -highly im Alltoper in that, house to interfere. At the time when .rthis answer. was given, he himself +considered it a very Siitcool' and unsatisfactory one;. but since then, circum dnsti?ntes had occurred which had totally done away with -athat objection, weak as it was: :the ruin which the, pe -fttioner then apprehended,. in consequence of the acts: of -which he complained, had since fallen upon him; but he :would proceed as briefly as he could. to detail the prin cipal; facts of the petitioner's. very hard case.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

GOVERNMENT-HOUSE, 17th October, 1826. SIS .EXCELLENCY' the GOVERNOR is pleased to 'signify,;. in Reference to the Notification dated the a1th Instant, that. Tuesdays and Fridays, between the Hours of Twelve and Two o'Clock, are the Periods when 'He will see Persons desirous of communicating with him on Business, instead/ of those pointed out in.the Notice above referred to. By Command of His Excellency, H. DUMARESQ, PRIVATE SFCRETARt. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. 'COLONIAL SECRETARY's OFFICE, OCTOBER 14, 1826. W ANTED, a VESSEL of about ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TONS, to convey Prisoners, Troops, and Stores from Sydney to -Norfolk Island, to be en caged at. a Certain Rate per Register Ton. for 'the Voyage. . -TENDERS .tO be giv'en in tit this Office, on :Saturday, next the l'st Instant,: before 12 o'Clock.; .. 'By Command of His Excellency the Governor, In the Absence of the Colonial Secretary. H. DUMARESQ, PRIVATE SECRETARY. GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 37) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, OCT. 13, 1826. f...

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