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(The following is a copy of the letter which Mr. Hall has written to the Colonial Secretary in reply to his Mr. Mc'Leays letter of the 31st also.) To Alexander M'Leay, Esq. Colonial Secretary, &c. &c. &c. Sydney, Nov. 3rd, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

(The folloaning is a copy of the letter which Mr. allal has written to the Colonial Secretary in reply to his Mr. AMc'Leays letter of the 31st alo.) To Alexander M'Leay, Esq. Colonial Secre tary,- &c. &c. &c. Sydney, Nov. 3rd, 1828. SIR,' I had the honour to receive your letter of the 31st ultimo, in which you acknowledge the receipt of my last of the 27th ult., and in which you state that you are directed to inform me, " that, if His Excellency. considered himself bound to explain the reasons which occasionally induce the Government to withhold indulgences from indi viduals, it would be sufficient in the present case to state, that I am the ,Editor of the " Moni tor," the columns of which paper bear ample testimony to my endeavours to disturb the tran quillity of the Colony, and to demoralize the community, by treating with disrespect and con • tempt, the Clergy and the established Church, without referring to the instance of my recent conviction for a libel...

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

y.- 1{lh?l., lP'OtK. SALE at Messrs. Campbell and Co. 100 Barrels prime mess pork, which willbe sold cheap *o close a cusiAgnment. Campbell's Wharf I 20 August 1828.. TO CORDWVAINEI S AND HA -RNESS MAKERS. rflHE favour of your custom is requested . by the Undersigned, at his shop now opened in York Street, near the corner of King Street, for the purpose of supplying you and the public with a good and durable article of LEATHER. A large supply will be kept on sale. Also soap and can dies. ' A Butcher's shop will also shortly be opened adjoining the premises, to supply the best beef and mutton that can be procured, wholesale and retail, for ready money only. Also a good Bakehouse, .Loft, and Oven to let, enquire on the premises. I. 11. WILSIIIRE. yaluable Freehold Residence. Suited For a Respectable and Genteel Family. M R. BODENHAM announces to his n'iume rous and distinguished Patrons that he is instructed to SELL by PRIVATE CONT RAT. that excelent and recently erected RESI.)ENCE pf...

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

,i 0N7 '.. 1N 7%1 Jr O R c; GOV?XRNMENT ORDER. (No. 32) Colonial Secretary's Office, .u'. 6, 1828. IIS Excellency the Go ernor has been pleased to appoint James Bowman Esq. Principal Surgeon, to be Inspector of Colonial lhospitals, until the pleasure of the Right HIonouralle the Secretary of State for the Colonies shall be known. By IIis Exeellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY GOVERNMENT ORDER.: . 3.) ~olonial Secretary's Oicke, Nov. 6, 1828. [IS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mesar,. Rober.t Hoddle, J. B. Richards, James Ralfe, and Heneage Finch, Assistant Surveyors, to be Surveyors, until 'toe pleasure of the Right UIofiorable the Se cretary of State for the Colonies shall' be known. - By this arrangement, the appointment of Deputy Surveyor General is rendered unne cessary for the present, and the nomination of Mr. Hoddle to act in that capacity, is tbherefore cancelled. B' By His Excellency's Command. ALEXANDER M' LEAY. ,. - ALBION :LLWElRY FARUMERS and SETTLE...

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CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY. TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Barn-Elm Farm, Surrey, 27th May, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 November 1828

CHANLGE IN THE MINISTRY. TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTEP.. JBarM-Elm Farm, Surrey, 27th 3liry, IFPB8. N.ow, my friends, let us thank God, that it Lath pleased him to soften the heart of William Iaus.kisson and'to induce him, at the end of about thirtyaic years, to let go, in great part, that fast embrace in which he ,has holden us during that great length of time l He has become wedded to this unhappy nation just about the time (in the very year) that I eutered into the bands of holy matrimony with my wife, and the connexions seem to have, and to be, as indisso luble in the one case as in the other. But he, prudent young'man, took care, in this his marriage settlement, to make, as we shall see by-and-by, pilovision for a separate maninkainauce in case of separat.on, -tz:su.g from whatever cause. Now. thefirst thing that strikcs one ij, tic chc?.gee of tone upon these occasions, on the part of those wuo get, or keep place. They used to eazult: their hired people of the press used to c...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

i4r .@ pping fintll_ gent. Arrivdl.--On Monday the ship AlMou,' Csp? Ralph, from London 1st June, 188 male prriwI I Surgeon Superintendant, Thomas Logan, Esq. 3. ; Lieut. Vickerv, 30 men, 4 women. and 3 ebi#t of the 63rd Regiment.--dame day the brig MYe from Leith 26th of May, cargo sundries,-4-On ut, day, the cutter f.aroline, Harwood, mster, fM, i .Port Dalrymple ; lading hay, wool, straw, &c 0?i the same day the Government brig Mairy /isiol&i4 ;$ from Fort Macrqarie, with prisoners, a mwilitar guard, cedar, maize, &c; Capt. Aubin and his t returned to Sydney by this vessel. Departures.-On 'i'uesday the Lord Liverpool, ; Newcastle, sundries. (On Wednesday the urrVEI Iass, for Port Dalrymple; also the Ionia, for b., Isle of Fraune, in ballast. ;,, Projectejl Departures.-The" arderia PacAct, ".A 6 sealing voyage this day; the ships 1Marguep oef IHiat'A iug and Competitor, for Manella, on Sundayj' Ia6ella, for AMacqucrie and Norfolk Islands. ?º,ii day ; also t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

We beg to inform our Subscribers both in town and country, they must consider the delivery oftheir News . papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, and to our news-carrier as regards our Jriends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if put into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter; (post paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the 'delivery of our Journal in a more efectual man ruor than thus set forth. 2This is the condition on which we sell our Journal, and of which we hcrcby request all our Subscribers to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, normake any seitlenzcnt on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTE-D receipt signed by hiim in his bown proper hand writing. AMoney paid on his account without sucl receipt, will not be given credit for, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

Poorn Bent, the fa her of printing is Van Die, man's hand. is again in Gaol ! ('oloael Artht however is still a religious man, and Judge Pedder is still Judge Pedder ! As far as we ha*sev, ,M religious Governments in this hemisphere, we trust, if future Governors have any unatial quantity of religion abhout them, they will iti be pleased'to mix it up in their politics, bat keep it all for their wn ospiritual benefit ; for it- se??: to injure every body else, and especially eidjej* ., Ma. MVACKIW, late Post-master and Saperia,. , dantof Public Works at Newcastle, against whom charges were preferred eight months ago by Captain Robison, as Commandant of that place, but on whom no enquiry was held till aft?. Captain Robison had (subsequently) charli. brought against himself, by the General asd wu tried thereon, and at which trial Macikietr, (notwithstanding the :protest of Captain gT iaitted as an evidence against the latter, he t. " S standing as Mr. Mackie's direct accuser; bi4. been ...

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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 — 10 November 1828

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. 'ARIA1IONU .Or THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT j IN .THl MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 iN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. . 23rd Sunday after Trinity. j ] High Water 15 m. p. 9 morn.---37 min p. 9 i I Night. I 1 Sun rises 11 m. p. 5.-Sets 49 m. p. 6. j? High Water, 10 Forenoon, 20 min. p. 10 SI Night. ..I High Water 35 m= p. 10 Forenoou.-48 ;u p. 10 Night. cj High Water, 11 m. p. 11 Forenoon.-27 im p. 11 Night. E ~j High Water, 45 min. p. 11 Forenoon. S JI High Water, 10 m. p. 12 Morn.-36 m' p. 12 Afternoon. J First Quarter of Moon 53 m. p. 11 Night. Sj I tHigh Water, 6 min. p. 1 Morn.-33 min Im I 1 p.1 Afternoon. THURSDAY ......65 8267 N. E. Fair FRIDAY.......... 6685 68 N. W. Ditto SATURDA....... 708969 Ditto Hot Winds. SUNDAY ........ 69 79 76 Ditto Fair MoNDAY ......., .0 78 2 N. E. Ditto TUESDAY ........ ii5 76 61 *)itto Ditto .I.DA...... '. 3 80 7L Ditto Ditto. "?q ?D 'g DA "2 •".::?_-... . ... .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

IRiSH? PORK. O N SALE at Mlessrs. Campbell and Co. 100 Barrels prime mess pork, which will be sold cheap ",i close a consignment. Campbell's Wharf} 20 August 1829. TO CORDWAINEIIS AND HARNESS MAKERS. THE-favour of your custom is requested by the Undersigned, at his shop now opened in York Street, near the corner of' King Street, for the purpose of supplying you and the public with a good and durable article of LEATHER. A large supply will be kept on sale. Also soap and can dies. A Butcher's shop will also shortly be opened adjoining the premises, to supply the best beef and mutton that can be. procured, wholesale and retail, for ready money only. Also a good Bakehouse, Loft, and Oven to let, enquire on the premises. , R. WILSHIIE. Valuable Freehold Residence, Suited For a Respectable and' Genteel Family. R. BODENHIAM announces to his nume. M rous and distinguished Patrons that he is instructed to SELL by PRIVATE CONTRAT, that excelent and recently erected RESIDENCE of Mr. Lang, situ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

PUBLIC INOTICE. W HEREAS th ''FIFTY POUNDS NOIES (f?rna the Old Plate) were STOLEN from the Batikof Australia, between Sa4urday Evening, the 13th, and Monday the 15th-Ingtant. The Public are hereby Cautioned not to receive the said Notes in payment. By Order of the Board of Directors. T. M'VITIE, Managing Director. Bank of Australia 23d Sep. 1828. f LISTS OF NUMBERS OF FIFTY 'POUND NOTES OF THE OLD PLATE STOLEN. No. 5001 No. 5025 No. 5049 No. 5077 2 6 50 8 3 , 7 1 9 4 85 80 5 - 9' 4 . 1 6 30 5 2 7 1 6 3 S 8 2 7 4 9 4 8 i 5 1o 5 o60 6 1, 6 .2 7 7 3 - s 3 . 4 9 5 9 8 90 6 41 9 1 2 1 70 ., 3 1 3 9 4 S 4 1 .5 3 6 " 25 6 4 7 3 8 ' 5 8 4 6 -5099 LUST OP IMIBERS OF TWENTY POUND NOTES STOLEN. No. No. • No. No. £0·00500 3102 20,199 20,496 6 - 3 5 , 8 7 4 7 , 9 S 5 8 20,500 00,013 6 9 1 5 8 O0,200 2 6 9 20,402 3 so,osi Sotle 3 4 3 s ' - 5 0,515 4 5 7 4 5 6 8 6 7 7 80,411 8 S 8 * 8 2 20,590 00,030 20,120 s 3 0,4 .4 6 S4531 ( 7 b 2 3' 8 20,431 6 94 9 2 7 4 7Q " 20,140 4 8 6 1 5 9 7 3 6 20,541 0...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 4828. "-- This slave :'hat came with Norval, rye found most apt. I've shewis him gold; ansd he has pawn'd Hlis soul to say and swear, whate'er J bid him /" (Ho.?iE.) SThe Paid," with infinite good tate no doubt, has again obtruded the affair of Sudds and Thorn- . 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 office of Mr. M'Leay, with whom he has long audiences, it is of course to be presumed, these reiterations of" the 01f. cial," are tolerated, if not highly approved by our higher powers. We are sorry for it. At the time the catastroplfe 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 strange and foreign punishment to thes...

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(The following is a copy of the letter which Mr. Hall has written to the Colonial Secretary in reply to his Mr. Mc'Leays letter of the 31st also.) To Alexander M'Leay, Esq. Colonial Secretary, &c. &c. &c. Sydney, Nov. 3rd, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

(The following is a copy of the letter which Mr. Hall has written to the Colonial Secretary mn reply to Ais "Mr. Mc'Leays letter of the 31st sao.) To Alexander M'Leay, Esq. Colonial Secre tary, &c. &c. &c. Sydney, Nov. 3rd, 1828. Sia, I had the honour to receive your letter of ,the 31st ultime, in which you acknowledge the receipt of my last of the 27th ult., and in which you state that you are direct.t to inform me, " that, if Ills Excellency considered himself bound to tpla?s fe reaeons rwhich occasionally induce the Government to withhold indulgences from indi viduals, it would be suffcient in the present case to state, that I am the ;Editor of the "Moni tor," the columns of which paper bear ample testimony to my endeavours to disturb the tran quillity of the Colony, and to demoralize the community, by treating with disrespect and con tempt, the Clergy and the established Church, without referring to the instanee of my recent conviction for a libel on the ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.,R The Caroline takes away our late Principal Commis? sary, Mr. Wemyss and family. This Gentlemai't public conduct has been such, as on the whole to t.,e mand our thanks and commendation. - Easy.of a"cest complaisant to all, and considerate towards ant ittee. tire to the humblest settler, he carries with him aulies public oticer the arectionate wishes of hundreds the good-will of thousands, and the enmity of noneo,1av one family. His measure in importing dollars aid salted pork in Sir Thomes Brisbane's time, we cons-d dered wrong ; and we told him so as soon ans w commenced our editorial career. " For this we forfeited fected Mr. Wemyss's friendship. Our own privats esteem of Mr. Wemyss,.however, never flagged. We regretted, indeed, that our public duty was paramongt to our private feelings. In his private character as a Gentleman and a Chrislian, Mr. Wemyse will be, wafted to his native home by the prayers and blessings of the poor, and by the best wishes ofnu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

HE PROPERTY OF GEORGE BROWN. Lte of the Ship' Ian, Liverpool. T :O'irver this season, SYNTAX ; is a .Lbealutiful'dappled bay, with black legs, e;aný, and tail, 16 hands and 3 quarters high, srising 4 yuars old, is remarkable for docili ty in tall sorts of harness ; he was bred by thie late WVm. Campbell, Harrington Park. Vam a blood mare imported to this Colony ilnthe year 18-21; and sire that well known Uorse DEFIANCE. He will travel through the districts of Campbell Town, Liverpool, 1Parramatta, Kissing Point, Prospect, Birin lelly, Cobbety, and the Cow Pastures. Terms £2. 5s. 'Stg. each mare, and Get ??illings groomage. Payment to be made in January I8 29. WHTAL.BBONE, y O 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 will trot at the rate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

GOVEI',NMENT ORDER. -l.?? ,I?.' Clt .+,ý ,r^;.ýr" '. . . c ý';r.. .eý, y'ýy I* iExceiLency t1 ( º cxrtier hais been S pleased to appoint James Bowman sq? Principal Strgeo~, to'be Inspector of '"Colonial Hospitals, until the pleasure of the 'Right Honourable the Secretiary of State for ? the Colonies shall be, known. 1By His Exeelietcv's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY i-.GOVERNMENT ORDER. (?,. 33.) Colonial Sccretary'a O~er, Nov. 6, 1828. IS Excellency the Governor has been it pleased to: appoint i. % Messre. Robert Hoddle, I. B. Richards, James Ralfe, and U eneage Finch, Assistant Surveyors, to be. Surveyors, until thlbe pleasure of the Right Honorable the se " eretary of State for the Colonies shall be known. By this arrangement, the appointment of Deputy Surveyor General is rendered unne .cessary for the present, and the nominationr Apf Mr. Hoddle to act in that capacity, is. 1herefore cancelled. By His Excellency's Command. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. ALBION BREWERY. I.RMERS and SETTLERS in gen...

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CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY. TO THE READERS OF THE REGISTER. Barn-Elm Earm, Surrey, 27th May, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.. TO THE. READERS OF THIE REGISTER. Barn-Elm Farm, Surrey,. 27th May, 1828. Now, my friends, let us thank God, that it bath pleased him to soften the heart of WVilliam Huskissob and to induce him, at the end of about thirtyflce years, to let go, in great .part, that fast embrace in which he :has holden us during that great length of time ! He has become wedded to this unhappy nation iust about the time (in the very year) that I entered into the bands of holy matrimony with my wife, and the connexions seem to have, and to be, as indisso luble in the one case as in the other. But he, prudent young man, took care, in this his marriage settlement, to make, as we shall see by-and-by, provision for a separate maintainance in case of separat.on, arisiug trom whatever cause. ''Now, the first thing tha.t strikes one is, tihe chaange of tone upon these occasions, on the part of those who get, or keep place. They used to e.rult; their hired people of the press used to cr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

(Quand ii n'y a plus de foin dans le ratelier, les ares se battent.-Frencn Proverb. When the hay is all gone out of the CRIB, the as s-s begin to kick and bite one another.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 November 1828

DIED.-At Wall's Grove, CHARLES WILLIAM     WINSLOW WALL, second Son of Lieutenant- Colonel Wall, late of the Buffs, aged 11 years,   after a lingering illness.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

Thle Criminarsessiopa apprOech.wiiClth re to ptl end to the torments of Mr. Howe. Rex (a int , of Douglas, Esq.) v. Howe, will we suppose at tried, laces and other matters permitia . e a against this action. First, the Doctor' got t other day, whtch he had no right to, if we and Innes take a right view of the matter. And Mr. } has had heavy costs to pay'. Secondly., .The l efe i ant has been punished enough already for all e 4 said in the alleged libel on Doctor D. Ever shiceb has-been threatened with it, the Gazette has revealed Mr. Howe's perturbation. This prosechtion hA' caused him to deliver himself in a way ever s ', which has injured him with men, whom we'feel coiflt dent he must, in his- calmer hours be grieved to- I the friendship of. O what a miserable exchange las I lately made of public friends . Thirdly. Dr. D. b34 for Mr. H. could never have got out of that abysa of unpopularity he had plunged himtself into by hs'save' rity as a Police Magistrate, when he arrived in, t...

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Windsor Road August 30th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

Winadsor Bodd 4Kaugst 3*o O THE EDITro or O 'T TB MUNtro . SIR, *. ý... .t , I wish to 'kidowhow any n?ngistrate can ceiDl 1 ". 3natice :-Robert Ireland, Juq, a Tickett f-leavoe tman, but who recVived a promise fromSir Thomas Brisbanra of an EmancirgPion, nmrried Th1e daughte?r of Serjeant Lodekt, a -eolonioI girl, bhy . ~hom he.:'. hay several children. The young 'nu 1el·d; anzip plied to the Magistrates for a license ?and v{ash fo--" sed on accunt of liis not. being ,free ; but jut abL;e that tice Mrs; Anni IIt****, OVho wan thed;'nnd fr now, living with a Governmeht-man n:amed Jonr R******; applied for and received a licende for a house on the Windspr road, of ybhich a MagiEtrate i~: the proprietor, and whbih, Publhc-house thele people now keep and live 'together as `man and wife ," ali let it be 'also enquired into, Mr. Editor, whose go V:rnmtent servant iR, is? ' The liiens?d people in' this,.:.ei4ghbourlapod are convinced' the Governor will stpp thes e proceedings,' for • he h...

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