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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

. " ', 1. · , + -I_ , ,,E., S', -AUCTION. m.ousehod Fi ruitls*, omprising Diniag Ta ' le- , .Chairs, ~~~b es, gofas, Bedsteads, 'eddidg, CJrpdi: nVale, .Poreclait, Wines, ~i ?tSpirais, 1 Billiard) lTble, -and various vther ,..:4.rtict . 44Lo Fode.'black Fatty,. 3 years, , ~ir?d oane baj~Ho'F o years old. :.i ý 'Mu. .i3ODENHAM. S".? .m the Premises known as the Canning ".foe , rn, King-street, on Friday. the n8th !?;1 ?'bVeniber, and Saturday, the 29thb, at 11 ., ~M'*Ip ;precisely. .i . BODENI HAM reapectfully an , . nounces to the Pdblib, that he has re " .e6ived instructions from! Mr. George Dod ". mery, retiring from business, tosell, without :tbqe?tyi , a collection of extelleot Household i '?arniture, Plate, elegant cut Glasst.Porcelain, t!inesS3irit; ,&c.. The Furniture has been :.'ý,iefly ,scl?eted.- fromn the Properties of .the tI! teM?.? alls, Jo 4):+.ley, J. Mackaness, E squires, and Colonel Stewart, and- therefore a .ids::no colmment as to itp qualty. (a?ogiue vwit...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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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 — 15 November 1828

MEMORANDUM FOIL TIHE ENSUING W1VB· * VARItA I NONN CI- 'I'll.100IMO. IIL E, &C. &C. T'AJtEI$ Al 7 IN 7I1t1 AblltNIN(3, 12 Al NO!NN, AND 5 I 2t.t 2 uut Sunday .Jlr'i 'rinit.v. toj CD ailii %% ktLer 2 :iiorzx.---Zýd min p. 2 Afterp, Sua ri 4 a. p. 5. -- Bs -56 ox p 6...' S I ii;; % aaor .i 59WAf. p. 2 Morf.3 ,n I Ip. 3 Afternoon. " f 1ig1h 14!ttcer 5 in.. j. 4 M~rn.-3c u. p. Attern"ºon. 1 o., Iilgix &1Lir, la Ii. p. 5 Morn.-43 in': 5 J "" lng ening" SI· lg Watr I 12 win. p. 6 Morn.-46 m , j High WV.xtl'r, 13 iin. p. 7 Muºrn."-42 m..1 w I C" I IEve:aing. _ _ __ _ AI.:.(L Watv.r, 10 wil. p. 8 Morn.-36 ci cI I p. 8 Nighit. FuI!l Mloon !5 inin. p. midnight. TIIUInSx)AV'... 8276 N. ... $ I~RIn)AY......... . 7 (62 7 5 N. E. Cloidy S vrii ni mov..........7 W65 N. V Hot winds. SI: N w v . MJ .. E. Stormy ·f () WN A 1A' bji)itto . Itle - " SN. \V i&air ý1 ý'E.SIAV ..... jE, d uitto ' r

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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Parramatta, 9th November, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

Parramnatla, 9th N'ovember, 1828. Ma. MdNITon, When nest 'the spirit moves you to mcralize on the intpoceat ,ports of Gentlemnen,. it is to be hoped that you will cmfine your stricturcs to the piou unamb less of Sydney (who arc privileged to strut with their insufferable dand ism up the Ais:e .of 'St. James', and take their seats with the pure and holy, contig:ras to tiepulpit) and. no more assume the liberty of com menting on the privileged sports of our happy village, about the time of the lateg races. So lJng as our pious Clergy take no offence at, or notice of our Sunday abmusements, it does not be cbme-'yoiu tb itutrftre; as you always have Oine in Sour paper,. declaiming against Horse-racing, Cock fighting, and gpmbhlng. But it is evideont you and your Iriends in Sydney are envious of our freedom, and you :want to stir up the. parsons, to stop 9ur recreations; as .they did the theatre. But you will never: succeed, Lwhile. we ha'e on our side the frhltds of Goveronment, the fro...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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"Liars we cordially detest." (THE PAID.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

. ' atna l. i deiar defeat."' S "(rfui} PAID.) 'Tgs. editor. of, "'thel; fficial Journal, asfter.an a nsmiustly.1a 1. .lg ~setting with the Authori . . " i?* rUed what we sup pose hib ri~iiplete refutation of the ~ll1e ,??-i~~a ited in the last letter 1 of IMr. Hal4 l ?.? j ?,onitl Secretary, which i we publisheh a r li st; tidmber, asid.in the course of v?di:ah?- r ftitatioii the ?tJitor with 1 his usual?i,~ it dy i .courtesy, is pleased to ? appl , to.u ~ t ..leron by impuriation," the words hi " cl r-e asCoUot of their 'meek, , w ess.and o. goa hie';dit, have, adopted for a l nmottoto thi~s. l I IN the abserie::f .1i .1ii(t ow der, we s1lall adopt the mrniboldr ,F. "i it is, which hat' bWen used by the . ii n ,i$ derlamatory a is on thel just mtuentioned. *fYnas 'if a11, Ti '=` a sires his readers * t i jthe e"s niota :. oI' f fceuracy thrbiogh ou e.inoy.f threl 't wjias production "blurted bOrth..! "i'd, l'it ?hilC "' I1e js btignobrant o- f the fountitin. whence ,the Editor -`o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

lL '1` HOMS SRAIN E begs' t' uaiquaint the Publi, that he has 1fr sale at his stores, inBuligh-str.et, and also at the Dar ling Mills, the following Goods at most reduced prices ; Black and green teas, sugar, rice, tobacco, Soap. salt, &e. W'e.t India ruin, Arrack, Cognac brandy, Scheidairn gin, in case, London particular Madeira, in wood and in b ttle, . Ditito 'Port, do do. Ditto T'leneriffe. in quarter cask, hogshead, and pipe, rCharont.iC e, Sauterne, and every superior cl: ret Whlit lend,'.paint, and lamp oil Tur, p,itch, and rosin, A few pockets of Kentish hops Ditto Van Dieunen's Land ditto, very superior 3 (tnvas, rope, corks, butu s, &c. Fustian, dtick, dlowlas, Russia sheeting, India silk handerchicfs, slops Earthcnware, glass, &c. &c. &c. Iron 'ell assorted, Swedish iron, in flat bars, :Lead- pipes, of one, three-fourth, and one hrlf inch, Iron ditto, of three, three and a half, four and f6ur and a half inches, ,'Two cases of clocks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

S''tO .faudift. te Baabkf Australil, berteenr Situ rd~ te 1? ? t th, m' Mnday The ,Q nB h arey autioned. not to receive the said Notes in payment. y.;Ajdmf-a.t -the, Bloard of Directors. -1 !j-hf;? ~ t IE, Managing Director. LISTS %#F 1 ERS OF FIFTY[' POUND NOTES r,,* OPj E MLY W JBLATE STOLEN; No. 5[1' l?:: ,o605.5 lo. 5G49 '::No. 5077` • .'-; L ,6'ft "; 0'". ' 8iO :" "8 , ... 1 , 9 T- 8 80 9 4 1 . " 0 5 2 1 60 6 9 8 5 p.,. 2 7' 73 8 ., ....... ... . 70o 8 g 3 ,3 . 4'' 2' 4 ;2 3 6 aa 1 a · 8 , -: *, eH 5. 8 -' 6 5099 S'i% O'?F- -40MBERS OF TWENTY POUND - o:-?' I-OTES STOLEN. No.N... No. No. S.20102 2o,192 20,496 3 5 8 ur 4 ' 7 9 '" .. , " .. . 5.j 8 20,500 6 9 1 . ;81 20,200 2 S9 20,402 3 .f ,11. 3 4 S3. .5 20,515 ., 5 7 - * & 6 8 6 2,' 2'. 2411 8 8 8 2S, 20,5'0 .,bi3.. 0,120 3 3 :' '* 8 4 5 2 9' 5 S 8 20,420 6 *, .? '20,130 1 8 S .8' 1. 5 9 "O,4t. , 4 . 6, 20,531 : 8i 20,431 6 4 9r 2 7 ?0,14 0 •' 4 8 1 5 9 j + 3 6. 20,541 , .4. 8 . 3 S6 9 4. 3 07 20 442 ' . 8r 4 36 'V 94 8...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

Ti r11 EDI1oR Y, THE MONITOR, Your friends were not surprised tb hear that your application to rent crown land, convenient to your grazing rtln, ,as rejected upon the plea, that ", you were Editor of the Mkonltor"; but tfhey were astoniashd tohear, and to read in Mr. Mc Leay's official letter, tlie ierions accusatiOn; that your paper was calclatcd " io demdralize the people" I if so, (and who cpn suspect our pious rulers Qf writing 11bels) 1 think much blame attaches to the Coloni al and Homei Governments 'for' permitting ?h Monitor to Faps unpunished, nay more, to have ozrxt 'mnce for " demoralizing the pqople" o!br;nging the Clergy into ccntempt--but I never heard any , mputa. ton tiiottbesort agnstycir paper ,"? part. t, anlow it auba read by . my 4enrice to the 'OfJidt, beetuse . cthiste in expiesui, void' of gill 6a ?'eli the filthy trim Con.,cases, whribch b _i . Journals. I have made my children r? ? p r day, when it containied' moral rfeeti@'??q , Oi': serq ons" as my boy ca...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

S" (Domestic Intelligence continued.) Two half pay-military gentlemen have arrived as Settlers under the new regulations. We are glad to see them. S To TrE EDITOR OF THE M'ONITOR, Having attentively perused your. journal of the 8th instant, replete with matter very interesting. 'o the Colonists in- general, 1 cannot any longer restrain my feelings of gratitude for the great sacrifices you .have made, in espousing the cause of the weak and oppressed members of our overgoverned community, who cannot be sufficiently thankful to :'rovidence for having preserved you, almost unsupported and alone , to fight their battles, claim their rights, and defend their best interests from the destructive efforts of an erring and . . .. " . Government. Though I pity your defenceless and exposed position in the present political campaign, I envy your intrepid dity, your persewvrance, and the immortality with " which yournfdorts will be crowned, by securing to this rising kingdom the freedom of the P, ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

S° To T1E ,EDITpa OP :Il. MONITOR. . Ca, yqn tell the reason, why t?e Magnet's natL as. :. taken from the Captain by the P~bst-iurater, pt y by the latter while they essel iy they there, in lten of bing sent on tp.Sydstey ? I am a sufferer by this (ltention,, but I cannot explain in a public p?per, . Georgr Street,. " ... Yourr.:&. 4th Nov. 1828. . ., .I 'TNT]ON, His .Exfellency and family have takeu a tt ip tt.~l ? river iIlHwkeshury. 'The loyernpr i stearlv?ap, N'p . quainted'with New South Wga uow as Ile .as on IL. arrival. Accounts from Melville Island re resenvithat i0t4h'.. mneat as suffering extremely for atnit of igvio , 1ThatAettlemnent ?,p lwaly4 It"oe A atI of:, fj ivý:e 4. s . SA Sotsuyan,s letter came toq lite feký .?t? h8 ; ,i sL ? j:vfeau in onur next. • ` "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

AT WYAI'SS SLD ESTABLISHED CHEAP I~'AR EFOUSE, 0,Qo.1G !PI`TT STEREET, 'pSBR EVERY TIHING WILL BE SOlD FOR THE .VEY. rLOW- PRICES THEY ARE 1MARKED. SATIN and Sarsnet capital ribbons, from 2d per yard Rich stamp and figured g'anze ditto ditto Plain and figured satin and sarsuanet bonnet do. Is Rich'lute string and brocade ditto, Is. 6d. and upwards Black, white. andl coloured satins, 5s. per yard Black and white nobbiuett veils 20s. to 80s. Ditto sarsanet and-iros .de Naples, 5s. Rich url n s and cuhion thread lace, from is. 6d. to 20s. per yard 6-4 plain and fi:.ured bobbinett, very fine quality 44 rich figured ditto scarfs, 3 yards long, £4 to £3 Ladies' lace caps, collars, pellerines; &e. 4 and 6.4 cambric, joconet,' hair-cord, mull, and tamboured nmuslius from 2~* 6d. tarlies'.worked muslhn and lace dresses '4i riety of silk aid cottoln shawls astout sheeting calicoes, frym 6d. per yard, per 12-yard piece 44 fine shirting ditto, from 10d per ditto 7-8 English prints fast ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

NOTICE.-.ilcwing furni,.ed our Newcas ile anid TUtlitiist friends with' their tbiltt' for ite 'third time, we.beg to inform' then, that if theyj are not discharged in the douitre of a few weeks, we. nuaI VesortI o the Court 4o He qaeits to jog t leir itnen ories fur us.,r which to a qy .the lha', 's a disagreeable and ecpensive *node, of. refreshkng the recollections "of. o,,e's Jrien Is. . TO THE PUBJLIC. .. bove one hundred applications for'last'Sat rtry s iMkmr'tor, 'to g b , n ' a' l at 'the office, w*hich could not be complied wi zol, it has, been • sa;guesterl(o us to :reprit 'Ithemution in Coirt, and the' correspondence between us and the Co k?nt.dl Se?rertat. f togetlher with this d;y 's ler d :r;. Suc'h ?: sons as vi4h f.r.' copier, will "i e pleased to send in their na,.es to the office, *asut.nthe ' .a t of a suficient n', wnber of 4.s - ecriberspp 9 ong' to redeen, the ecpen. e, the same wtil/be published in a sniall pamphret, price, -w, shi 'ling, NOTICE" TO CORRESPONDE...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 15, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

..-? : - _ . -- -- . ....... ?r U ,, ,,,?,?? .j SATURDAM" AFT RNOO N, NOVEMBER 15, i825 ViE have not had time heretofore to notice thl letter of Mr. Black which has appeared?ii our c:lumns, so1.citin; the votes of the Proprietors of the old B4ak 'at the .ensuing e!ectiih of Cushier. The first candidate made his wiishes,::. known to the Proprietors by means of a pritiWd ij circular. The other- two :hie advertised bih?,ir:. claims. It may strike the public as ahtt singular, that the first candidate should. b, the proprietor of a journal which boasti:thel greatest number of' subscribers of the threS published in the Colony, seeing that the iat ary attached to the said omfice' is oll.i about two thirds of the nett income tie deriiie from the sale of his journal (not to mention ti.l gradual increase of its sale.) As far as popular applause might wetiS with the person in question, in continding his (rei sent avocat:on, he has every reason to be satisfise t Comanlinients have flowed in upo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

MARRIAGE.-By Special License on Thursday     last, the 13th Instant, at St. Luke's Church Liverpool, by the Rev. Robert Cartwright,   JOHN PALMER JUN. of Richmond Vale, Esq- uire, to HARRIET VENNER, eldest daughter    of Sir John Wylde, Knt. L.L.D. Chief Justice       at the Cape of Good Hope. No. 81 Geoorge Street Sydney New South Wales.   EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED,     BY THE PROPRIETOR,   EDWARD SMITH HALL.      

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 November 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The following is a copy of ,the letter of dismissal forwarded to Mr. Mackie, of Newcastle. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 29, 1828. ' SIR, -It appearing by the proceedings of the Court of En quiry lately held at Newcastle, that Mr. Mackay, late Superintendent of Works at that place, had made use of the Goyve rnment,reserve at Nd1son's Plains, for. his private purpose, without any authority for so doing, and having thus contravened the intentions of Govern ment, which according to the general principle, had 'refused granting him any land while in the situation he tLen held, I am directed by His Excellency the Go vernor, to.inform you, for the purpose of 'being com .nrunicated .to Mr. Mackay., that it is considCred .that " the Governnkent could not pontinue him in its employ mena, without .affordiqg an example which could not fail to prove injurious to the Public Service; and that he irhii consequence to be discontinued from the end of the'present mofth. 1 ha...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

The Criminal Sessions approach -which are6tme endt to the tormenlts of ihir. Ho~we. Recz (at ilsul4 oi Doaglis, Esq.-)'v 'vHowe, will ivwe suipbse a:lti~bt tried, Rtaces and other Iaanttc;"s Pc','r i 'itl., :.re' against this action. First,, the Doctor gat 56' tbet other day, m hich he inid no right to, if ace ..nd Majct# Innes take it rLht viewV of the raztter. Ard Mi~. Howe ,)gs hacl eamvy custs to pty. Sccrdly. T'fh-: is d ant has been pui'isht d1 enough a!#eitdy forA. said in the al 'ge4l-,Iibel cn .Docta r 9. Ever'-i,'IeP hIa l'en tinreate: cd wau1l it, the Gazctte Bai ;er`4$ Mr. li.:we's pert::a batton. This .pruisecuitiun $ ' cnwuecl" hirea to Je1,te, 'h;mrcef inn way ev xicI. vinch hais injured riim with nwen, wheym we f4coso dent. lae mrust, in his cnulnnr hours bc;g'rkecd tb i:. the fi~iendtship~ot. 0 it hlat a miserable eicchtxngE b'Qbjtr' Ilat'ly made, uif publ~ic fcends 'fhirdly ;Dr. i for Mr. fi. -could revcir Lave got out if that apfeyW l uinptjmIlari y he. had p lurg...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

ITo 'Eºa ~pLi1'OP E ` Sift, Can you tell tbh .aeoiis wphp bAi takcofrou the CaptAin by thbe: the latter while they eseel tat tbthtwV sent onteqSydncy,? l Ail bat'tcanotxplain ip''d bW (t4 i Iho v . 1 8 2 8 . -1.. 1 t

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

His txreli1egF.iC river Uanwkesbhury. Tb quaintdd with Newr Southb W i ,t · E1 · arrivaI; AcStr rlits maas. ~~~ecp intA~4p !F ~et!~IPv~~ ert0tui x.e f ' adat e t ucn Idwa ` 1 _ Y: A in5P l } L,~f , 'r L tiooI

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

DIARY. , 1 MEMORANDUM- FOR THE ENSUING WEAK. VARIAIIONS OF THERMOMEtER," &d. &C.. TAKHEI Al 7' IN THE M ?dRNINY, 12 AT NOON,. A?jD Ai IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 24th Sunday after Trinity. u I High Water 2 morn.---28 min . 2:'After SSun rises4 m. p. 5.-Sets 56 m. p 6.' High Water, 59 mii. p. 2 Moura.32i p. 3 Afternoon. I H iglh Water 5 mi p. 4 Morn.-6 . S Afternoon. Wa, H a ter? 15 m. p. 5 Mern.-4-m. m. E' vening. High Water, J2 mi. p. 6 Morn.--m4i .·.:' 16 ," Evening. . .. • i I ., High Water, 13 im. p. 7"Morna. 2 . SI i I Evening. I fHighk Water, 10 min. p. 8 Mornu-36 uJ 5I p. 8 Night. I Full Mqon 45 min. p. midnight. THURSDAY .....; 642 76 N. E. Fine SRI?DAY,'. .. .... 62 7865 N. E. Cloudy. : ATURDAY.........70 d9 65 N..W. Hot Win. : SUNDAY ........ 7:1; 6 59 S. E." Stormn MONDAY ......... 5: d3 r8 Ditto Fine . iTESDAY ........ 6: 78 N.W air'` WEDNEsDAY...... I? 3( 78 N. E. Ditto] : .s .

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Parramatta, 9th November, 1828. MR. MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

Parravuasata, 9th November, 1.828. '. Vr Mon.oR, - iWhen next th?e spirit moves you to mcralize op 'the ini:ocent ports f.i Gentlemer, it is to., l*hthoptd that you will confine your stric'tures to the pi u us Ul, Jers if Sydrey (who are prrvilkMged to strut with their ir:stiffcrable dtandl?ism up the Aiso if "St. Jmns!, ..and take' Blier'N's'ts with the pure artd holy, contiguounrc to th? pulpit) ard ro more assume theu liberty of comn mcurting on the privleg,"d sports of our ha',py village, about t'he timeuof the lta-. races. So tI ng as our liLCus Clergy tale no offtnce at, or notice oi"orw Sunday amlscmec.ts, it doe.u . ot be conme you to iltetrfcre, a you always halit do"'.e in yor rpsler, declnaiming uaa'nst Ho'SP-ra'.nlg, C,ck : fighti,.g, and gaumblng. But itris evi,:ent you ,nd your Irica:lds in Sydney are envious t:f our freedom, ard you 'ranit to stir up the parsons, tio stop u r rctreatious'-, as they did the theatre.. But you will never succeede Wh!ile we hive on our si...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 November 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The following s a copy of the letter of dismsasal forwarded to Mr. Mackie, of Newcastle. Colonial 'ecretary's OIce, Oct. 29, 1828. It appearing by the proceedings of the.Court of En quiry lately held at Newcastle, thl,,t Mr. Mac lay, late l uperirintdent of Works at that place, had made use, of the Government reserve tat Nelsoni's Plains, for his .private purpose, without any authority for so doi?ni, auSd haaingg thus contravened the intentions of Goverdi-. • went, vhich aceord;ng to. the general principle, lhad. refused granting him any land' while in the .sii ation ti t.en : Ield, I am directed by His Excellency t>e Go vert nor' to inform you, for the purpose of being poqp npwnicdted t6 Mr. MAlcka), that it is considered that the Government ccu:d not continue hini. in its employ mi-nt, w?-thout aiffording, an'e'amlbtle which tould. not fail to prove injurious to the Publii Service ;' and that' he is in conaequence to be 'discontthped from the eud' of the ...

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