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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

Tr'~~7r~ . . Ztse -l -L A ry to 'e pectaiiTb Market way imuleu P ly dul ' a ' : ý tde =! fob h~ai l'fll-~li sttmpleq .were 'retliseeI ;The influx( of Graia fr , 8oimpbwa 4i ' s. k: tid'iih&M; %A:1hiiia .iew 're . oiýýuý &se#t*Iýp~rtae T*IP~ s ot hlfi"W( 126 at Ct. (d. 260 at:. 9 =~at" ; 't Purchased foWt r.. t oo and Steams Engine .430, 'l otat 946`busbels sold. - A Wheat 'ffdnii 5s:' to` 6.. `6d,' average 'on total .sold, '-7~ . i I ,"ri dt~b~~l~ra~r pear.Bushel. Maze from 2s.. 9d. to . v ~r.: BusbeltA Butter' f i oi I,.c C aL 2&2`6d.: pek. : 2z . l1. 5iL .--Eggs 1.. 6d. to 2s. per doz - Fc T. 4~ G~. to 6s. pe coup e.-=Ducks 6a. 6d. to 7.. 6d.-4 ccec2b to l6u.'.~ Tur~kies. 16s.; to 248:--Peas Is. per p -,ý t oes. IOs.it t 20s. per v% t.-.-Breiad bd. per L~oaf.-~-..inoy' our. 17s, 6dL.jer cwt.~-B-eet' Ss. i id. pler stone.--MuttGn ds" 10 d. -cir 2d:.-JJay, (superior) 71, l0s. per Ton,

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TO THE PEOPLE OF KENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

.,TO THE ;PEO PLIE OF-KENT. " He was sorry to see the day arrived, that SHOWED Ma. " COBBETT's PROPHECIES 'TOBE REALIZED, and ·hen, " ,in .fat, they, were I threatcned with the FEAST OF THE "GtIIJIRON. The Prophecies hadbeen realized."-Mr.HuMiE's .SpeecJ in the House of Commons, 27th Febrjary, 1826.. SHe was; persuaded, that, without an amicable, or, if he migt " use the words in* that house, an ' EQUITAI13E ADJUSTI, T " '' they could not resort.to a metallic, but. inust'contigiue ae pcr " churrency."-Mr. PALMER'S Speech in thelHouse ofr CUbi ons, 28th February, "1826. Kensington, :lset March, 1826. MR FRIENDS, "LATE PANIC" still, as the newspapers. tell us,-continues to rage. At Malton, at Scarborough, at Beverly, at Bognor, at Ticehurst, at Marlsham, at :Hastings, at Brighton'. and, 1 lastly (for the present) at Canterbury, they people: have; ,It it seems, only within these few days,' been tirown into con sternation by the breaking, or stopping. of Rooks. Here, upon a moderate com...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. IRISH CHARTER SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

'on the' _t rdli tine e ac aa - schoos in'irelan le Sri4, aid then .proceeded to defend the management of £hose schoofs. As, however, the right rev. prelafe'a speech consisted chiefly of extracts from letters, and references to reports and other documents, and as his observations, or the application of, them, could seldom Ty be distinctl heard below the bar, we were able to col lect very little of wat.lhd aid.. We 'uidersto6odhiriito say that the. schools, in question had been established by "charter more than a century ago, and that ihey were ", supeiintended by local committees, and that there was a board of managment which acted as a central govern miienti. The sueperiutdentc was efecubl li. the course q 24 years, 4G o' the mastel of the schools had been removed.. A clergyman, genierally the curate 'of tie parish, was appointed master of the school. A' btook was kept in each school, and in it any thing. extra odinary that occuired was entered, and an attested copy of this boo was...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

DOMESbrC INrELLiIGENCE. GREAT dissatisfaction prevails among the applicants for crown servants, from the tardiness with which their respective claims are attended to. The system of as signment proceeds but slowly-the imnates of Hyde Park Barracksr amount to' 700. There will be no per-' manent eatisfaction either to the-government or-to the public, till Major Goulburn's plan of assignment of servants be re-adopted. No plan ever answered so well, .our knowledge,, which includes 15 years' experience.: We were certainly much surprised at seeing the present administration altering systenms, a month after taking the reins of government. Our idea is, that every new eGo. vernor would find it prudent to' make po improvemenits or reforms the first year of his arrival, nor till he has' thoroughly tried the experience of his predecessors. CaPTAIN. DU3MARESQ, has selected a number of the Royal Staff Corps, to fill the situations of overseers to. the different gangs in and about Sydney; they asst...

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SYDNEY PUBLIC FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 October 1826

SYDNEY PUBLIC FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOLS A Meeting of the Trustees of this Institution, was convened at the Sydney Hotel, on Monday evening last, for the purpose of taking into consideration, and finally deciding on, the Head Mas ter's letter, soliciting payment of salery in advance; together with other weighty matters connected with the Institution. There were present the Solicitor-General, the Sheriff, the Colonial Treasurer, the Principal Superintendant of Convicts, the Chief Magistrate of Police, Messrs. Wollstonecraft, Thomas Moore, M'Vitie, and se veral other gentlemen, in all, Seventeen. The business of the evening having commenced, Tenders for the Erection of a School House and Offices, &c. were submitted to the Meeting, the estimate of which amounted to £2,800; when it was calculated that the fuuds at the time, in all, did not exceed £ 1,200. The Meeting then proceeded to discuss the letter of the Head Master, addressed to the President, which being read by the Secretary,...

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

JOHN CULLEN begs to inform all those Persons who are indebted to him for Tolls, that he trusts they will not any longer neglect to settle the same,seeing they are too small to be considered of any importance to them individually, while the total of such little claims is of real importance to CULLEN, seeing Mr. Balcombe makes no allowance for these defici encies. JOHN .CULLEN   B FRANCIS respectfully begs to acquaint his Friends and B the Public in general, that he has removed from Parra matta to George Street, Sydney, opposite the Market.place; where he has on Sale the following. gooQds' areduced prlcegs, for Cash only. Tea, sugar, tobacco, calico, pripts, soap, clothes, jeans, long cloths, blue gurrahs, crockery and glass ware, tea trays, toys, perfumery, blankets, bediticking, marking-ink, slops, hard ware, pit saws, iron pots, buffkerseymere, quills, paper, lot tied pprter, by the case; also, a few oszens of superior Lon. don rum shrub; 7 years in bottle; olives, anc...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MAY 6, 1826. STATE OF THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

, ." IbU·;OF CO3MONS,. MAY 6, 1826. : TI · ·iSTATE."- OF `THE NATION". ' ;. AR, . 'ai:.? d, t.hati ,.n resenting himself to the hosie,; to state a question, ;which 'o, r former occasions had been submitted to itlby perAns whse. 'talents: and elqt' iee had induced arliaumpnt . o, give tviem,ts ut-ut most attention, he had to crave as much:, isdulgence, as . the .hopse. ouldfidsisbly grdit to hinmri whilst he:brouight uiiier its consideration a statement which was of the ut most importance at the paresentinoment, anid which he hMI give I' notide' that he ,should : nake' more than t?0.o months ago. The motion, of ,which he had then- given inoticehad been introduced by those able' and ieloiquelt persons, with a view of. interfering g ith, the 'policy :of ministers, and of removing them; if possible, fro?i the .ofices, they held. He .:had no" such., intention.ei n lhis nmotion, which he had denominated ,a potionon the .tate. of the nation, because it was out of his .power ;to apply aiy ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

'lO THE EDITOR. OF THIE MONITOR. AS your valuable and widely circulated Paper has hitherto -£.L been the advocate of truth- and justice, by inserting the "following case iji it, will much oblige A SUBSCRIBER. October 21st, 1826. Mn. THOIMAs LOVELL, was, on Thursday se'nnight made to :appear, without a warrant, to answer a charge brought againsJt him by one Beeson, landlord of the Puiblic-hornse,, Thec. Lor. gerheads, Pitt Street, Sydney..' Mr. Editor, the case and facts are simply thus :-Mr. L. purchases a silk handkerchief ,of Mr. B., tenders a 51. note, :and receives his change. A few minutes having elapsed, Mr. L. and his friend are overtaken.' by Beeson, who gives them: in charge of a constable, hurries them without the least cerenony Ibefoire F. Rossi, 'Eq. J. P. art the Police Office, and swears lpositivly to have given im change, two 5t. notes, instead of two one's; one 5/. on the Bank of New South Wales, and one 51. note on the Bank .of Cooper and Levey. Mr, Lovell was rerma...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

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SPEECHES At Preston, on the 16th and 17th of May, 1826, takeu from the Morning Herald (London Newspaper) of the 19th and 20th of May. Preston, 16th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

3Y, SIR .THOMAS BEEVOR,? AND MNs. COBBEET At Preston,'on the 16t* and ,!1Mh. of Ma.,' 1826, ;t?keu?frm the Morning Herald (London Newspaper) o the 419th and 20th of .a y. Prestaon, 16th 'ty. ":Sza THOb As BEEVOR came 'forward-, and spoke as follows: '-Gentlemen, ?am. now come before, you, to 'redeem the pledge of saying a few: words to. you, regarding. the attempts which have been making to secure, Mr. Cobbett's return to Parliainent. . These attempts originated' in the county in which I have the honour to reside, the County of Norfolk, with two or three gentlemen, who, like myself, were readers of 'Mr. Cobbett's writings--who approved of the principles which he m?lahtained-=who admired the-talents; the perse verance, the uncompromising.,~ndaunted spirit with which he advocated those principles.--.-( heers.) These gentlemen did me the honour to say thad. they ithought :that it was in my power to serve the cause of the. puhlic. I acquiesced. I took some steps .to promote the object, ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

.SAZORAKoDUX F08 THo x.raWu . w ? . . S1.1 E .risepW17 min . past 5. I- High Water at PortJackson 35 min. past 10 in the o Morn.-48 min. past 10 at Night... SPrincess Sophia born. Sun sets 44 min. past 6 High Water, 11minn. past 11 Morn.-27 min.past I1 t. 24th Sunday after Trinity... "' z SI. •High Water, 45 min.. pst 11 Morn. High Water, 10 min past 12 Morn.--36 past 12 Night. I Day 13 hours and 32 min. long. -Leonard. I High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-3 min. past 1 Aft. First Quarter of the Moon 30 min. past 3 Morning. High.Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. I Princess Augusta Sophia borN. SHigh Water, 59 min. past 2 in the Morn.-32 min. past 3 Afternoon. I'ATE :OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, wiTH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. . . AND 12 M.` EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON." TUE. 65--73 69-73 68-83 65-67 68-75 62-64 59-65 Clear LightClouds Sultry Cold and Windy Clear Hazy | Wr a- & warm. with hot cloudy. with with and ther. "...

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To the EDITOR of the MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

To the EDIroa oO the MONITOR, SIR, IT is well known that the Gulph of St. Vincent stretches an immense distance inland: but, I really believe there has not yet been any very accurate survey made of it, nor in fact, of any other bay or guiph on this coast; -t is true, there has . of late been some rivers found by chance, that empty them selves into the following bays- or harbours, viz .--'BBateman Bay, Trial Bay, and Moreton Bay; but, all those places were, known many years ago; and yet so dim were the ~ves of our mariners and surveyors in those days, no rivers could then be seen to run either in or out of them. Now, Mr. Monitor, is it probable, if the extensive Gulf of St. Vincent, or Spencer's Gulf, were fully examined, that rivers are as likely to be found running into them, as into the places I have mentioned. I should be inclined to say, that it us not at all improbable, and particularly so, from their situa tion; and I am sorry to learn that Mr. H. has not yet set out on the ab...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

AN agreeable evening's entertainment was got up with much credit, on. Monday evening, for the benefit of Mrs. Jones. The company assembled was, in com 'mon with those at Benefits; of a more mixed discriptior ' but still several of the most respectable gentlemen or Sydney attended as did at number of Naval, Military, and civil officers. Our gay favourites of H. M. Navy, seemed to enjoy the good things prepared for them with hearty relish and shewed a determination with the rest of the company to be pleased; a genuine spirit of good humour prevailed throughout the evening--it was a pleasing sight to see the brave defenders ;of our country relaxing from the, toils of war and giving way to inno cent' hilarity. We should suppose there were 25o persons present-If the performance was not such as would defy criticism or please the fastidious ear of the Connoisseur, yet it was enjoyed, and that's saying. every thing-One or two songs gave particular satisfaction The old scottish ballad, " The...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

DIED-Yesterday Morning after a severe illness, Mrs. ROSE., Wife of Mr. THOMAS ROSE of Castlereagh Street.,  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

.. ý T SETTLERS. T EAr I'OBACCO.--Good. Dry Tobacco, in leaf, will be ..L rdeeived as usual, during the ensuing season, at 96, George-street, Sydney, upon very advantageous Terms. Small quantities of Tobacco seed may be had gratis. M R:. EARLE begs' to inform the Public, that having at .VJ1 length succeeded in acquiring a competent knowledge of the art of Lithography, he will be ready to execute any orders he may be favoured with, for drawing circulars, &c: the .Charges of which maybe learned on. application at his Gallery, 10 George Street. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF GENTLEMEN AND FAMILIES OF THE FIRST RESPECTABILITY. 71I EORGE WVHITE, Dentist, while he expresses his grate" T ful acknowledgements for the liberal support he has hitherto experienced, begs to assure the Gentry of Australia. that no exertion of his shall be spared.in order to merit a con: tinuance of it. IT may be necessary to add, that he confines himself ex clusively to the business of his profession, and an expe...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. O'Keefe in his "Recollections,"givesthefollowingcharaeteristie anecdote. of Carter the eccentric composer of the celebrated air O" h, Nanny." Carter it seems pressed him to take him in to one of the rehearsals of The Castle of 4Andalusia, which he refused, till he promised to keep in tlie dark behind the scenes. "'I the middle of the rehearsal," says O,Keefe, " 1 felt a slight tap on my shoulder ? I turned round and there stood Carter, in full sight in the stage box, close behind me. Be fore I could express my surprise, ;he whispered, ' O'Keefe. introduce me to Harris at the same time throwing hisleg over the box, he jumped upon the stage, and began to, direct the 'band, applauding,'grimacing, shutting his ears, and running backwards aid forwards along the whole front of the orchestra, it beiiig a rehearsal full band, crying ' That horn too sharp -very well oboe-that passage hgain---piano Mr. ten'r- bravo crescendo,' Ac. I was mortified and confounded, and soon...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1826.. .LONDON papers have been received in regular series to the 12th of June, and stragglers up to the 29th-Sir Thomas Brisbane and family arrived safe at Milford, on the 29th of May. The infant died on the passage. "The report of Sir Thomas having sometime in June challeng ed Mr. Wilmot Horton, the under Secretary of State, is believed by very few. One of the reports goes to say they were to fight in France. We know the General did express himself very feelingly against Mr. Horton, on account of a letter he had. received from the latter gentleman, and which he considered so rude as to be not only ungentlemanly, but as going to destroy its officiality, so far as official men are bound to couch His Majesty's commainds 'in becoming language. But we considered that Sir Thomas with the courage of the lion, had also so much of his magnanimity, that by the time he'arrived in England he'would have waved his dis pleasure, unless his military friends considered he could...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. BUT little fine grain has lately been,brought to Mar ket. The supply yesterday was,limited and of inferiori quality fetching prices on the same average as last* day. Maize was scanty aud sold. chepp,. Other marketable produce was quickly bouglht Up at a living rate--Afew tine Milch Cows with their .alves* brought from '41. 5s. to: lol. 10s. readily-e-An excellqqt shew of: Pigs were left on hand. BUSHELS Offr ?HEAT.SOLD.. '88 at 6s, 1l7 at iA. .g 146i6 i? 5.. T4ta, 4:11 bushels sold. Wheat fron 5s. to s.' average on total sold, bs. 7d. per Bushel. Maize fromi 1 eas. td, to 3s. per lushel.--But ter frdop Is. 6d. to' ~. 6d. per' .lb.-Cheese Is. 4d..- Eggs l. 6d. to Is. 9d. per doz.--Fowls' 4. 6d. to 6s. per cquile.--Ducks 6s. 6d.-Geese 12a.-Turkies 12s. to 4as. --Peas 8d. per peck-Potatoes, 1 a.. to 20s. per vcwt. Cucunibers 4s. each.-Bread Sd. per Laoaf.- -Fine: Flour 16e. 6d. Sterling per cwt.--Beef 4s. 8d. per stopg,-Mutton .4., 10d.--Pork 6s. 24.- aay, .7t per To:, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

NEW SOUTH WALES. PROCLAMATION, .BY His Excelleacy Lieutenant-General RALrn DARLING, Captain-General and Governor in Chief of His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral to the same, &c. &c. &c.. T'J?HEREAS by an Act of Parliament, made in the SV V .Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majes ty, intituled " An Act to provide, until the First Day of July, One thousand eight hundred and .twenty-seven, and Sntitit the End of the next Session of Parliament, for the better Admnii.stration of Justice in, New. S~oth Wales ano, Van Diemen"ts 'Land, ad'id for"the-'ore efectjual Govern ý`` t et 5 &;`:id fort /tlerSPt pipes8srelating thereto .;" it is, amongst othe? 'Things, iprovided; that COURTS of GENERAL or QUARTER 'SESSIONS shall be holden in ??'i Southi %Vales, at such Time and Places as the .,; GovE? nit shall appoint: And "whereas, in Pursuance . aind:'ercise'.of the s8aid Authority; the GOVERNOR of N teewtSoulith ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

",: ,lWME haKE; "ý,lBE:; POT LQINQ. E1ºTRiACTS.. iW .rlearn that the warb.etweern!Rusiae and -te :Porte: has :been averted by the unhoped for, accession, of the;? latter Government; t~o.the demands : 'comprised: in, tlie' tiissian: ultimatum,; enforciig'.the trety?ofBuicharest; , in compliance with the terms of:'.whibh: Moldavia;: arid Wallachia will tie irniediately.evacuated. : . WE le Irn 'from the. Frenth paper, th th 'the Court' of Madrid was? nwiiliiig- to= ckno0tledge the: Regency. of Portiugal' =but sot}e 'nilitary demonstratiouis on the part" of "the Porituguese, '.6'cked' 'by :warmi' British -reinonh strances; rendered' it" iori6e titacttible:" We supply 'soiet . cusiouts=extracts from these journath, eonrtaiiihig~ the sub stance of accounts'froin 'ouen, sheewing the hostility of' the people to' the Jestuits and -Missionarie ,' -,'lich' his been exhibited-.withi very' iiequivoca enherg.. ii' ii? possible' to conceive .anuinfatuation more resentbling that' of the last Engli...

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