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TO THE WORTHY GENTLEMEN OF WHITEHALL. Kensington, May 3, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

TO THE WORTHY GENTLEMEN OF WHITEHALL. Kensington, Jfayt 3, 1826., ,THE meeting at the Mansion House has now taken place, and your propositions have now been laid before the House of Commons. These are tl ?gs to be remembered; to. be put upon record. I shall thel-efore begin by inserting from the Morning Herald of to-day,-the account which it publishes of the proceedings at the Mansion House: And, first of all, I shall-give the article which that paper inserts, containing its . own remarks upon the subject. REMARKS OF THE MORNING.. HERALD. . "YESTERDAY there. was not any ship letter arrived, and public 'anxiety" ras .in consequienice entirelyidirected, to.'the public meeting for the relief of the distressed manufacturers ; but perhaps a more complete failure was never ivitnessed. It appears that before the main props of the neeting made their: appearance, there was a great deal of private disturbance, and it was demanded by some, and acceded to by others, that cer tain topics were no...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS-On Saturday the 14th instant, the ADRIAN, Capt.   Stephen Brown. Sailed from London the 18th of April—from St. Jago the 20th of May, and Hobart Town on the 5th instant. Pas- sengers from Europe—Mr. and Mrs. Bucknell and 7 children ; Mr. and Mrs. Sandwell and 3 do. ; Mr. and Mrs. Clymer and 1 do.; Mr. and Mrs. Murrell ; Miss Evans : Miss Lavins and Mr, Ricks. From Hobart Town—Capt. Wood (a settler); Lieut. Williams, 40th Regiment; Mrs. Lowe ; Jane Cogill ; Mr. and Mrs. Simons, and 3 children ; Mr. and Mrs. Pollard; Mr. and Mrs. Rooke ; Mr. Broderick ; John M'Mahon ; James Whitelon ; Edward Cuttling and Daniel M'Kenzie. Lading.—150 Hhds. of Porter, 11 Pipes of Brandy, 18 Hhds. of Geneva;, 186 Kegs and Cases of Paint, Oil. Colours, &c. 40 Cases of Ironmongery, 72 Cases of Millinery, Straw Bonnets and Cutlery, 48 Tierces of Wine, :33 Puncheons of Rum, 30 Barrels of Salt Fish, 5 Chests of Tobacco, 453 Bars and 616 Bolts of Iron. &a...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. MARSDEN'S BOOK. (Strictures thereon, continued from our last Number.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

MR. MARSDEN'S BOOK. (Strictures thereon, continued from our last Number.) THE Governor knew how to appreciate the motives of the Reverend Chaplain well enough, in writing the letter alluded to, for they were and are, clear to all residents in New South Wales. He knew also, that however correct   in the letter,the statements of that epistle were false in spirit. No reign could be more free from crime, generally speaking, than Macquarie's. Every stimulus, by freedom of all kinds and degrees, and by grants of land, was given to industry, and our society was at that time too small to admit either of picking pockets or of theft, on a sys- tematic scale. Even by the most idle and worthless, it was found that honesty is the best policy--not in the long run, as the proverb in an over-done population has to be interpreted, but this week-to-day-and every day   throughout the year. As to the Governor laying his   complaint against the Rev. Chaplain before...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

The leige subjects of his sabel majesty Boongaree, evinced, on Thrsday last, a stroing disposition to mu tiny. The insurgents, in number about thirty, possessed themselves of a central position in this the metropolis of the said king's dominion, who could scarcely muster above ten good men and true, around his ,royal person. The junction of York and King Streets was the scene of action. Elevated by unusually copious potations of bull; which roused their ardour; the cry of battle sound ed, the war whoop was, heard afar; waddies upon the   corbera's of either party, told fearful tales; gins were running hither and thither, ever and, anon aiding by un unseen blow, their favoured warriors. A numerous con course of by-standers were speedily assembled, and the field of battle now assumed a bloody aspect. At length, however, a detachment of the corps delite, arrived to the relief of his Majesty, when arguments, threats, and a brisk coercion, ending in the capture of two of the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 October 1826

MARRIED, By Special License on Saturday last, at St. James's Church by the Rev. R. Hill, Captain Boyd, Paymaster of the 3d Regt. Buffs, to Miss Pendergast of George-street. On Monday the 2nd Instant at St John's Church, Parramatta, by the Principal Chaplain of the Colony, by special license, Mr. John Hillas Junior, to Miss Martha Pearce, youngest Daughter of Mr. Matthew Pearce, one of the oldest Emigrant Settlers in the Colony. SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE MONITOR PRESS, BY HILL AND CO.    

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

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Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

B ` t r' RAWNDUMf . R p'1~ ENSUIN( *31 K . "r SUN rises, 24 min pst . : ., : t dHigh Waiter;:a* stort-Jackson 36 min.ehast 4. "1 the .-tJ r M ar-1t Uin. m ia pt 5 in the Evening. (HtEil 0 , min. past 5 Morn.--14 l sp ps6 in Sth : Evea.----Sn gets 37 min. past 6. . S t+ý,'-zibc Lnd1 St. Jude. 33Ed ·c, f-alr 'rinity. Higk Wacter, 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 ini past 7i. H I t ii Wazter,. 41 imin past 7 Morn.-8 at Night. ]Day 13 hours and 18 min. long. Hiia Water, 30 min.' past 8 Morn.-54 miD, past 8 Nt. SNcx7 Moon 27 min. past 11 Forenoon. Sni Eclipsed, .conjunctioin takes place at 26 ;fln..past 11 r;.ForenoEon. Sin thet 37milipau t 0 Ngt. zI; (ighMWater, .15 min.; pat 9 Morn-37 mi- . p.st9 Nt. SHi ater; 10 rin the roon- a ALL SOULS. . "ATB. OF T1HE wg TIIER DURING THE LAST WEEK, Wr f, THE * VARIATIONd OF THIE THERIMOMETER, TAKEN AT A7 Al. M AND ..12 fI. EACHI DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED.o T URS. FRID. SAT. "SUN. MO.i. TUE. - 1 75-75 69-73 68-71 71-765 69-72 66-70C ultry Cloudy Clear Light Fair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

*HOI SES WANTED." COLONIL SECRETATY 8 OFFJICF,OC)T. 24, 1S26. 7ff1E Government, being An Want of HORSES, for I. the Use of the Mounted Police, and for other Puiblic Purposes, Persons, willing to supply the same, are re quested'to send them to the Carters' Barracks, by Fotir c'Clock, on Wednesday, the 15th of. next Month. A Comn4ittee, to be appointed for the Purpose, will select sqb Horses as they may consider best adapted for the Service required.. None need be sert for Inspection, less 'triti Fourteen Hands and a Half High, or under Four Years of Age. Owwners nust fix the lowest Price whipi y Uth'iiteied " totake, as it will not be- left.discretional with the C'6i.n -d ittee to offer; other Terms than those 8iled by the Proprietors. uIiamediate Payment will be ordered, for such Horses as shall be purchased. - ; By His Excellency's Cqmma id. AVlEXAN ISER M'IEAY. ' . " . PUW3JIC NOTICE. Tir E undermentioned Persons have ol4ained Certifi . - -cates of 'reedoini, duirig the last Week ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, FRIDAY, MAY 5. PETITION FROM MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

.UOtSE OF COMMONS, FRIDAY, MAY 5. PETITION FROM 'MANCHESTER. Mr:r HUME said he had a petition to present of the utmost importance, not only to the petitioners, but to the country at large, The petition, which was nume rously signed, was from the master manufacturers of the town of Manchester, and it prayed for removal of the laws restricting the exportation of machinery. The petition went on to state that in consequence of those restrictions the town: of Mlanchester was at present sufferinhg "the most unparalleled distress. -(Hear, hear.) There was a number of foi igners at present in Manches terv wiho, if allowed to e.port machinery, would not be induced to entice dwar the vorkmen and artisans, From so ae isken s poliv .nudl X'onseque&Ne of the existence of those&prohibitory la's it appeared that we were depirivingourelvesof the advanitages.which must -result, from an exportationof.machinery. I had been liis (Mr. HUie)'s iitntinti" to have:submitted a' bill tn Parli...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

SHIPPING. INTELLIGCENCE. ARRIVALS.--On Monday the 23d instant, theascbdbneG O Thomas Young master, from Port' Dirymnplc oi the ,th' ' Lading Wheat, Wool,. Flour, and Sinas. ' isaters liams.-Also the schooner SamuoL from Fort. ~t;p~ens SYDNEY PACKET from Macquarie Island on tha 2 d in & New Zealand on the .9th instant, lading, c zEl E .62l DEPARTURES.-On Sunday the 22nd, the ship ENGLAND for Canton. Passenger, Sax Bannisztr, Esq. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-The MI onK .for expected to sail this day. His Majesty's phi$p lFvy, tf(ti the Goiornment brig AMITy, are destined to leave i expedition to Western Port. . , .REMAIN iN HARBOUR.-His Majesty's Sbhips Ri Volage, and Fly; Portland, Regalia, John Buall,-ArdenitP.i m . rian.-Brigs. Corsair, Fame,.iragon, Wef lU( .iijc and Woodlark.--Schcenerbs> .Olivia t Prince Re gent, A Prince of Denmark.

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THE FOLLOWING IS EXTRACTED FROM THE TIMES OF THE 8TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

THE FOLLOWING IS EXTRACTED FROM THE TIMES OF THE 8Ta MAY. EVENTS are now, we have reason to believe, on the point of manifesting the truth of our intelligence, nearly two months ago made public, with regard to the proba bable issue and effects of His Grace the Duke of Wellington's late negotiation at St. Petersburgh. WE have since received,, by an arrival from Paris, a full confirmation of all that had been already stated in this journal, respecting each of the important subjects which our brave countryman was commissioned by His Majesty to discuss with the Emperor Nicholas and his Ministers. MANY further part cilars have now reaehed us, of ex treme interest, and n authority to which we yield. im plicit credit. IT is affirmed that a treaty has been signed between Great Britain and Russia, for establishing` the indepen dence of the Greek niation, and' that, in pursuance of this treaty, Greece, including the islands, is to constitute a free and separate state; with a' ruler of her own...

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MONDAY, APRIL, 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

,. MONDAY, APRIL, 26. r : cUro the perusal of.al tbhe accounts from France, we 1)ir havt e be'en strongly impressed by the floidurishing state of * vthtat country, through every branch of her national re " soiurces. A very few words upon this head will exhilit "r athe justice of this remark. T ''ns three circumstances which constitute national prosperity, are-first, a brisk and active agriculture; ,.-,ecoridly, a flourishing condition of mariufactures, as to .,- ,homie consumption; and thirdly, a state of revenue, well S paid, and not pressing upon the people. As to the first of these subjects, it appears by all 'con I .iurrent accounts,, that the condition of French agricul *. !ture is active and progressive beyond all former example; ',',; and, that this,:prosperity is consistent with the state of r' rices which are at once sufficient for the landlord and ftirmer,' and enable the miechanic and manufacturing in ' grests to prosper.- In Picardy, and in the Isle of France (as it is c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

BIRTH.-The Lady of the REV.. W. HORTON, of a Daugh-   ter, yesterday, in Macquarie Street.

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. MR. MABERLY'S PLANS FOR THE RELIEF OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

ter[ .. ........ , VELM:.,.vkE,. ,aMAilite qiateB P tAionQ oBiu ELItd OF THE Po jct -niehke'na;particular View with' ggard{ to, the, state. Ireland, nor any Prpo8e of exafiining the .causes; of that state inanydetail. A more wretohed Fountry, with .repect'to its ,Poor, dpes. pot. fist ip Europe,-perhaps in the world. As to.thlie causes of such. a conditioi in a " eountry:blest with a soil I and climate not inferi r to oaur o.-pow we-have repeatedly had occasion to consider thini .-,nd ito state them. They -are briefly,-the contest of ptwo'modes of. religion,-the subdivision of the lands, .-atifnteeship,-an --immense population forced into birth "biy'the iniute distribution of 'tenures, and the absence Hif all active and uniform industry, in fisheries, dom -$ekce, and manufactures. From the concurrence of all these causes, Ireland reseinbles nothing brit a wilderness 'run into weeds, swarming with a mendicant population, and possessed by proprietors 'ho 4y from scenes of miisery and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

T UST Arrived, and on. sale at JOHN P'AUL'S vIteuoops SGeorge-street;. a sminall and Elegant Assortmeiit of jh i lenery, consisting of Lace Caps, trimmed with ý'FPAi s'; i. tin Turbatns-Black and -White. 'Lae Dtases-ý-Rich -Blaik Silk Gies de Naples--A great variety of New~ and Beautiful Ribbands-White Kid Gloves, coloured ditto-.Plumies of White Ostrich Feathers-Persian Rich Figured 1ilkes and' other articles of Dress.-Also Book and M11ul u isqIuin Lawns, Irish Linen-Fine Shirting-Cambrics--Blalk.. pd Coloured Bombazines'-Fine Cotton Hose-=-whit i S 1k:ditto-ý' Children's Fur Caps-FineFlaunel-Threads and Cdtttni B a. -Ladies Pocket Handkerchiefs-Lawn &c. Superior .Sc ed Soaps-Eau de Cologne I ygnder,wvatr ' &c.: &e.- Sellig;at extremely low Prices: BRICKFIELD HILL, SYbNEY EPT482 M R. JAMES WILSHIRE takes Occasion' to Iannriotnce L to the Graziers and Breeders of Stock in generdid, dhat 'he has, at a very considerable expence, at length erecti4,af extensive a...

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Vessels arrived from foreign parts with cargoes, during the years 1824, 1825, and the first eight months of 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

Vessels arrived from foreign ports with cargoes during the           year 1824, 1825. .. and the first eight months of 1826 1824 - Phoenix. Tea, Amboyna, Perservance, Sug Ann , Hope       1825 - Valetta. Tea, John Munro, Abyarria, John Bull. Sugar Ann, Phillip Dundas, Phillip Dundas, Brutus, Nercie. Wine, &c Mary Hope, Eden, Prince Regent, Denmark Hill 1826. 8 Months     Elizabeth. Tea     Sun           Jane Eliza       John Bull       Nercus - Sugar     Cawdry, Munro     Security, Ann     Governor Phillips     John. Wine, & c Venus, John Shore, Alalanta TH.E above schedu...

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MR. MARSDEN'S BOOK. (The following criticisms relate to the extracts which appear in the Gazette of the 11th instant.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

MR. MARSDEN'- BO . (Thefollooing criticisms relate uii.the; qWeact whichi appear: r inthe Gazette of t14ck m ida. iaint.) We, agree with Mr. Marsden, .that under. all ci° cumstances, .to accept thl e 'hundred acres -of land in General Groge's : time, with the labour of: 13 convacts gratis, was very niatuiral, and in a mere clergymran,' alto gether justifiable in the eyes of the (pvernmert;:' St. Paul indeed -wopu4 not have taken upon him the man- i,, agethent,of1 convicts, with alltl* bahstle of aweising .ahunidred acres of trees from four to tweity feet n :'cr cumference, into-an arable field:. ,And ; tnruhht he . ;would do so becanise he wrought as, a 'journdyman for daily wages at, makling .tents, .is4to draw a Conlhision ; precisely the .reverse of whliib tvwe -shuitld. do ourselves. Howeve'r, provided cr.l Marsden had subtracted from his profits, an annual ,sum, and expended it in 'aying a good skilful bailiff, .Qr in sending for, one from E'iiland, we wvould have very little t...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DUEL BETWEEN MR. BANNISTER, THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL, AND DR. WARDELL, EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

DUEL BETWEEN MR. B4NNISTERR,1 FTR` AT'1Wb I S ALf,, Ap D n, - WARDELL, Ep1ITOR, OF T 3L, TUA .LIAN. iNo rlrN0o ihas astonished us so: msnxh P.s t9; t4h Attorney-General should have fought w dueln es e Schilly such a duel as he- has. fought, cotsideiiqblie: capse of the challenge of his antagonist. -If the forner in iis speecl before the 'Chief4istice, - in- the tria of Rex v. Howe, for libel on Mr. Bannister, : cale e Pr. Wardell " the scum of London," vs=hd he is is really a Yorkshireman, and not a Cockney; still it was as true as the assertion of the saidn man of York, tbht' thbe King put his hlindjon the head of Mr. B. "`itaa shed." The latter was an expression teeming with -ful as ,much bitterness of resentment as Mr. Banniste', Swhich represented the writer of the sneers and insults in The Australian paper of Wednesday se'nriight,' as " the scum of London." BvUT we are still more surprised that Mr. Rannister, because he had once been a soldier, should have allwd the foolish esp...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

'RIAY,. OCTOBER 27, 1826. KOii readers 'will hiave seen in our contemporaries such t iois necounts of the trial Rex v. Howe:fdr libel, at 'b;t `jiistigation of Mr-r Bannister; the retiring Attorney-: rial, that we feel it' uninecessary to give any state ment "of it ourselves. The public feeling was again outraged the day after the trial, by the scurrilous critique _ I W'the Australian, on Mr B's speech. The speech itself, fki feeling and effect, was never, exceeded in this colony S:iour knowledge. :Yet its very. excellency, namely, its 'Itibration with all the finer sensibilities of the human aIirt, 'finding no' sympathe ic: chord, in the soul of the edito 'of the above journal,' furnished him in his next f.its report with the greater inans. of malignant bur I* qreue; such as we are led in works of imagination to be flieve demions feel, as they dance to the cries of ..their:vic #ims,and gnatsh upon them with their teeth. Or like unto thiat agony which in a delirious fever we have ex...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

VAN DIEMEWN'S AND N81W8. 37,720 Gallons of Ardent spirits have beet consumed in six months in Van Diemeri's Land-Several beds of> excellent limestone and some medicinal springs have been discovered-Concerts have been establishetd it; Hobart Town, at which His Exicellency the Lieutenant Governor and family attend; they seem to be conductedt with more spirit than ours-Twenty-three unhappy tmen paid the forfeit of their lives at Hobart Town, in the short space ofa fortnight; among the number was Mr.. Farquharson a respectable emigrant settler convicted of sheep stealing to a very great extent-Lord Cochrane embracing the Greek cause, is invested with the title of "First Consul of the Republic of Grteece." Lord 1'on sonby has gone out to Buenos Ayres as envoy extraori dinary to settle a difference between that state and Brazil--That great work the Thames tunnell at Rother-. hite has already advanced beneath the bed of the river-: The work proceeds night and day, 20(1 men are employ.. ...

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