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

To the EDITOR of the MoNrIoR, SIR, In looking over the Sydney Gazette, (which has just come to'hand) of the 27th ult. we were not a little astonished on reading a most daring, most insolent, and prevaricating "ad vertisement" therein published, and signed " MALACHY RYAN Chief Constable of Appin;" which appears to be in reply to- a statement, published in the " Monitor" of the 18th of August last, shewing the character of a man who holds the respectable office of chief constable of a free district. Now, Mr. Editor we again. pledge ourselves for the truth of every ititeiihnt of the ' "Monitor" of thde 18th of August last; but, as ve' have been informed that it has been represented to the magistrates ot Campbell Town, *that the paragraph in the " Monitor" was meant as a reflection on them, we beg to assure the gentlemen of the bench that no such thing was in. tended,-it was merely a statement of facts to shew the man; as we were fully persuaded in our own Mninds that some artful scheme...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.-On Saturday the 28th ult. the Ship BOYNE, Ca pt W. L. Pope. Sailed from London on the 6th of June, and from Cork on the .29th, with 199 male prisoners and. Government Stores. Surgeon-Superintendent, Dr. Cochrane, R. N. The Guard consisted of a detachment of the 39th Regiment, under the orders of Capt. Wright, also 2 rank and file of the 3rd Regiment (Buffs) with Lieut. BIarr and Ensign Mc'Donald of the same Corps. The BOYNE brings intelligence of the arrival of the Ships MARY HOPE and HARVEY in England. Capt. .Pope spoke the CHAPMAN after leaving Rio de Janeiro, where she had refitted, having been dismasted at sea . DEPARTURES.-Yesterday the Schooner Prince of Denmark for New Zealand. H. M. S. FLY and the Brig DRAGON sail this day for Western Port; also the Government Brig As'rrv for Kirg George's Sound, and the Ship JOH.N BULL for Canton. The Schooner PRINCE REGEN'r departs to-moriow on a speculative Voyage. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.--His Majesty's Ships W...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 November 1826

A CORRESPONDENT thus writes- "At the meeting of   the Trustees of the Grammar School, on Monday, the funds it was stated amounted only to 1200l.- We re- member a short time since hearing that at one meeting 1400l would he forth coming towards the erection of a       Theatre - while the most valuable of Institutions assoc- ciating itself as it does with the happiness and welfare of future generations, is allowed to languish for want of necessary support. The liberality of the public on the latter occasion reflects but little credit, either on   their heads or hearts - 28ool is required to complete the collegiate structure - the 1400l alluded to, appropriated to this laudable purpose, would yield a deficiency of only 200l. The Public will again be put to the inconvenience,   they have on former occasions experienced, by the stoppage of communication with Parramatta, by means   of the coaches, at...

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

rITHEREA$ = I, th IwklIra Mly bole sf to, 4Jobe VYHakper, of George Street, ydney, .Butcher, 1o? ?r BuLLocKre;;and the same are now at 'ampbell,~ToIw, at Mrs. Kei~ny's Firmui, at the risk of the said Jo Harper. This is, therefore, to give. notice, that unless the said. John Harper does, without delay, take and remove the said FORTY ,BULLOCKS, the same will be sold without reserve by mne,=it the Market-place, Sydney,, on' Thursday, the 9th Day of.'No.: vember next; and. the said John Harper will be held respon*. aible for any loss which may accrue thereon, 'as also for: all, accidental expenses. . . .. : Dated at Sydney, this 31st Day of October, 1826. . R. COOPER. NOTICE. . rTHE Public are hereby cautioned, not to accept in pay? L ment a Note of Hand signed by the undersigned, in' favour of William Carter.or bearer, for 121. 10s. in Dollars ait Five Shillings each; dated 23rd of October iiistant-payable in three weeks after Date; no value having been given for the same. . JOHN THORN...

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SELECT POETRY. MOWBRAY CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

S-,. .SELECT POETR Y. MOWBRAY CASTLE. . S T: TIE full moon shone on the foliAg'd trees, Which gently wav'd in the ev'ning breeze ; And the distant hills caught her yellow light, S As rising she chas'd the darkness of night : Oh! bright and fair was her lovely beam; " And it left- a tr ace like some sweet dream; For the soul was calm in that peaceful hour,, 'And passion was lull'd by her soft'ning power; Which so mildly stole on my languid heart, That I fondly sigli'd from the scene to part. All around was still ;-but the solemn bell, ' From its gothic tower, echo'd thro' the dell; Where' proudly stood, in the days of yore, S A: mighty pile which is seen no more: And nought is left to tell of its fame; And'all that is known is the lo'ty name 'Of the warrior chief who the fortress own'd. Now all is mute, and the grassy mound Abides on that spot were shining shield, : And glitt'ring spear, gleeni'd o'er the field; And beneath the ground the sounding cell Gives a mock response to time's...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

MBMORANDUM P6i' T ' Ntili"IGf h Iw k :- SUN rises, 10 mn. past 5. S High Witte at PoIt-JiltksoiV5;5i r.ast:4 inn the I -ZI Morn: 3 min. pasti 4ii the Alt; L. artin. °? ? Sun sets 51 min- past 6. ' C . / High .Water, 15. min. past..5: M,91,'n. mn-?, em..p.st,5 Nt. Z N 25th Sunday, after '1rityi ... . I ' -IHigh Water, 12 ihin._ pxg6 M .orn. 4"" min. pest ~N? ?t r' ý. I High Water,: l'1 riinn ps.t :I,7 1irn.g42 1pnst57 .%igblt. SBritius.., . ,. " , ; :. ..: ; J ? jHigh VWater, 10, in. pastjs l.rn,.-I,, 3G??.I pt,8 ,it* I Hi hi Water, 56 sin, past 8 Morn. r 0 inn nast 9Nt Full Moon at 14inin. pnast 2 Mornn.?'. , I-Ii0gh Water, 30 min, past 9 iiitleori--0 i past " I- 9'Night. . GARDEN-Young Trees grafted last Month; shobtld nbw bei dx amined, and ,many of- thl young ;'bootS ,from. graftstan stcqks broketn off, the clay should be taken , off, and:,the bandages loosened. rTAT!r:OF THE WEATHER' DURING .THE ,IAST.. WEVK,,, ,T'H. FTIE VARIATIONS OP THE TIIERMOMEETERI TAXKE A~~ 'A. AND 12 .M....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

SiIPP'ING INTI, LLIG NL'E, ...: 'ARRIVALS.-On Friday, the 3rd instant, the Ship CHAPMAN, Captain JOHN MILBANK, from London on the 15th of April -.St. Jago on the 10th'of May; Rio the 9th of August,; and Hobart Town on the 23rd oltimo.. She landed at the latter place, 98 male prisoner s, I officer, and 20 men 0o the Royal Staff Corps. Surgeon Superindent, Doctor Hughes, R. N.; brought from thence, Litu tenant Wilford, and 11 nale prisoners convicted there, also Lieu tenant Vachell, and 13 men of the Royal Staff Corps, which constituted part or the guard. Passengers from Hobart Town, Solicitor-General Stephens, Mr. John ltodd, and Mr. and Miss Hanson. On Monday, the 6th instant, the colonial Brig, GovR= NOR MACQUARIE, ROBERT BRIMER, Maser, from Taheite on the 23rd of October., Lading, 15 tons of Cocoa Nut Oil, 10 ditto of Arrow Root, 12 ditto oJ' Pork, and 1 ditto of Sinnet. OnTues day, the 7th, the Brig. GOVERNOR PHILLIPS, WILLIAM DouTTEr, Master, from Port )alrymple on the 2nd insta...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

SYDNEY MAJLKETS. An -unusually small supply of grain of all descriptions brought prices nearly on late averages. Several tons of meal and some thousand bushels of wheat From. the Derwe.t "caused some- speculation among deqlers. The high "prices of dairy produce and vegetables are on (he decline. Of beasts there wsi a fine show--45 excellent bullocks gold' well by lpriivaie e'on tract. Mitch cows with their calves fetcled fro?m 41.' 56 to 61. 10s. Pigs from 158. to 11. each. " 7The Sydney Coaches, four in number, with/our horses, and harness to each, were.also brought. to the /Iammer. The bid ding was from 1501. to 3001. per set, rwhich beitr considerably below their value, were purchased by Ai. Nash o Parramatta, one of the proprietol"., on his own account. 2- wahole Still rem ains f or disposal, ' , "" , . BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD: 20 at 6s. 3d. 26 at 6s. 92 at 58. 6d. 11 at'5s. Totia 14. bushels sold. Wheat from 5s. to 6s. 3d. average on total sold, 5s. 5d. per Bushel, Maize from 2.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

MR R. READ, Jun. Miniature and Portrait Painter,   No.,61, Pitt Street, Sydney, most respectfully begs leave to return his sincere than s to the Ladies and Gentle men of .the colony, for the liberal cucouragement lie' hia r± ceived during a period of 4eyezý ,Years, and hope' by hisA In remitting attention to usiness, .to eri'it, a' cortinuanet of their favour. Drawing and Painthig 'taught in all its branchee, by- the Quarter or single Lesson; Miniatures and .Portrains accup - rately copied; Miniatures plainted on Ivorvy in u. iuprior style, from One (ni'h?ea to Five, warranted correct likepesces; Paintings, ])rawings, nod Prints, neatly, fratned, c i;a1ed, and varnished. Old Paintings cleaned, rctouchied, anud resta~'~ to their original b?eutv. ? , .. . 'N`.(W on Sate at T.V it b K1 :tures, i. Su perior Assor eat .L of Stationery iI 'Z'in Buxes; yuo, a ose tof ~ry's i 4 Clwocnlutc' in Cuntcr ""' : "'.4 I-.

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MR. MARSDEN'S BOOK. (Strictures on the Extracts from Mr. Marsden's Work quoted by the Sydney Gazette of the 14th ult.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

gi ` M MARSJ N', :-OOK. ' . g(ieres .tiracts from Mr. arsden's Work" TEa long tale about Mr. Crook is altogether mis stated. We arrived in the colony a month or two after the circumstance which is :related had. transpired. The following is the- subst'hicebf 'tie dispute between Mr. C. an`?IMr. M. as related to us at the time by both these gentlemen. Mr. Crook was one of the numerous mis sionaries. riginally seat.to Dtabeite by.tbe Londo! ./is ag t oher b -wsc-aidep.uted byis v too toanother island. He.was finally driven away with other missionaries, aid instead of re turning with the latter t S the islands, he settled with his wife, (a most sensible discreet woman), at Parramatta as a school master, and eked out a subsistence by per forniing the duties of parish clerkl toMr. Marsden. The better to provide for his :increasing family, he removed to Sydney, enlarged his school, and his wife kept a little shop and-also made bonnets. -He was thus situated when we came to the 'colony. The...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

E NG TISH MISC ,4LL4NIES. ' t a-IW aI IlovBr.-.-A forthcqping work by:the Author SolfdPTales by the. Otlira f ufi '"bidfair w uperstan, greatly to increase ,the .faume of; the..writer.., - It is entitled ,-~'.The Boyne Water," and" will make its appearance,early in ' M ! T" e Author spent the gre~ater part of last summer in rýi?cildcollecting nmaterials.--Dublin Morning Reggister. '??s' FJoT?E, We see, plays the character of ginougen for Shp. be~efit? an Wednesday 'night'. "It is one of Shakspeare's oste .liisite 'delin'eations. R caniubaized at Rome, whose live 'he knew and did not approve, exclaiined rather drily, " These new saints make me . .very doubtful and scrupulous in respect to'what is said of the '6 ones."--From Boyles Dictionary (now iublhahiring in'parts.) IT is not a .little singular, that WEBBER'S opera of, `Der .:aeschutz was not.known in England until it had long beei Sfavourite in every principal town in Germany ; and perhaps it would never have reached the ears of...

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Speeches by Sir Thomas Beevor and Mr. Cobbett continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

Speeches by S;r'Thomas Beevor and 'Mr. Cobbett continued., They 'are not like the bad weather-the frost and ,,sniow; they have not been occasioned by the blowing of the winds: , they have not been brought about by the nature of the season. No, they are all the work of the acts of the Govermnnen't. . Gentleciten, without a Reform, the conduct of that Government' cannot be expected materially to change; iand until that Re form .take place, nothing will be done that can produce any great benefit to the people. The employers will go on sinking more and more, embarrassments will gather upon them, until. they,actually become poor men-and' as to the workmen, I 'have not the heart to describe the miseries which they will suffer. 'To prevent this impeding aflliiction there must be a Reform in the Representation. We have a right to ask it-to iisk such a Parliament as our forefathers lbad when measures were con stantly adopted, under which they- lived contentedly, were well clothed, w\ell fed,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

'B FRANCIS respectfully begs to acquaint his Friends and 0 ' the Public in general, that be has remnoved from Parra matta to George Street, Sydney, opposite the Market.place, where he has on Sale the following goods at reduced prices; for Cash only. Tea, sugar, tobacco, calico, prints, soap, clothes, jeans, long cloths, blue gurrahs, crockery and glass ware, tea trays, toys, perfumery, blankets, bed-ticking, marking-ink, slops, hard ware, pit saws, iron pots, buff kersevymere, quills, paper, -bot tled porter, by the case; also, a few dozens of superior Lon don rum shrub, 7 years in bottle; olives, anchovies, &c. &c. NOTICE. tHE Public are hereby cautioned, not to 'accept in pay . ment a. Note of Hand signed by the undersigned, in favour of William Carter or bearer, for 121. 10s. in Dollars at Five Shillings each; dated 23rd of October instant--payable in, three weeks after Date; no value having been given for thb same. ?'OHN THORN. Parramatta, October 25th, 1826. M1 ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

a DWIESTIC INTELLIGENCE. WEpraised. thechoir of St. James's, the other day. Since wl:hi iaemendous Toaring player of the double bass, and a changeof the-''vocal leadgr for the worse, have : caused us to regret our ill-timed eulogium. The great faullt of? church hodrteters' is, tlheyall try who can sing loudest, con$idering that the louder they sing the more ;astonishing. And so 'it is-but the converse of the rule ij'the true:one. Every strong voice who refuses to sing under the weakest voice, should be turned out of the choir; that is, supposing the weak voices to be ex tensive of 'the gamut, abd really sweet and melodious, which they generally are. By each chorister trying to sing under his neighbour, something like real harmony will be produced, while the closing swells will be at their complete command. This is the practice of the iCatholic chapel, where the strains are truly heavenly. But. those who wish to heir roaring singing in perfection, should attend the Macquarie-street C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 39.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 3d Nov. 1826. H IS MAJESTY has been pleased to appoiat JOIN STEPHEN, Esq. to be one of the Judges of the Su preme Court in New South Wales. His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR bas been pleased to apIoint HENRY GRATTAN DOUGLASS, Esq. to act as Com missioner of the Court of Requests, in the Room of Mr. Judge STEPIILN j and Lieutenant Colonel HENRY Du rIARESQ, to act as Clerk of the Legislative Council, inthe Room of Mr. DOUGLAs!, till further IOrders. By r Iis. Ecellency's Command. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SUCRETARY58 OFFICE, Nov. 3d, i8S6. H IS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned Gentlemen to be Ma gistrates in the Colony of New South Wales and its De pendencies : JOSEPH WAKEFIELD, Esq. Captain in His Majesty's 39th Regiment; ARCHIBALD CLIMES INNES, Esq Captain in His Majesty's 3d Regiment (or buffs); and BASIL HERNE BURCHELL, Esq. Lieutenant in His Ma jesty's 3d Regiment. (or Buffs.) By His Excell...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 November 1826

THE MONITOR.         FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1826.     EXTRACT FROM SATURDAY'S Australian. "This is all         " tdhe . Courier has deigned, to te;. ouspPoo" Coloints. "Ltist year at this time.we i ~l,; becomo aso imprtant (i n Sour own opinion understood) that. there wwo I d be "the Deuce's own delight in Eng adm on' the aral of "the; Mai'y lope. We- dare say,. many.., amonngst us "imagined that all the"topics hich, enigaged th&e attein " tion of Europe would be swept off for one day at least, '" and that the English Newspapers would teenm with the ",wondrous events which had agitated the. Australian, "aye, ti- Australasian public. But Ilie Courier disniis "ses the weighty matters :with ,:an.assurance, to his. " Readers, who are, about .as much interested in, our "pigm?y ,politics, " , we ,are ini the lhrubberies in tiihe "Moon,, thalt .both Coloni...

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Philip Street, November 14th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

S' hilip ,treet, Nouvmber 14th/ ,1826. TnHRE are no subjects connected with the public weal in which you do not take an interest. I am induced to address you upon public, grounds. 1 have pledged to the public that I will publish a history of this country, and I mean to,.perform my promise. But I.have seen Mr. Purser; Cole of the Warspite, who tells me that the Rev. W..Cole, his brgt formerly my young Schoqlmpster, will send to the learned printer Valpy, my manuscript, to be published in London, .at the moderate expence of 1001.-whereas it would. cost .iie three here.: .but how to get over the difficulty of my pledge to the public ? I have only one resource left; .that is, .tq pid h a few Extracts in the papers.here, to convince the community of my perseverance in my engagements to themi and :to so.licat their patronage by the time the work will come out; a?dr,to endeavour to get a grant of land conferred hereditarily to my second son for the labour I have been at for a twelvem'nth (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THEIR EXCELLENCCIS THE GOVERNOR IN CHIEF ANt) MRS. DARLING. AMATEUR CONCERT, - - In Aid of the Funds of the Benevolent Society. TrHE Gentlemen composing the Committee of the Sydney Ama tepr Concert,' beg to inform the Public that a Concert will be held on Monday, the 4th of December n?xt, at the Court Housie, Castlereagh Street. Several of the magistrates, and other gentlemen of the Colpny, having expressed their wish to the Committee that such should ' take place; and having'promised their support on tliip occasltp, li1'i hoped that the Fublic will give every encouragemenn to Jprppiote an attemint' to relieve the above laudable Ipstitution.' ACT I, Overture.-" Zaubherflote" " Mozwi. Glee.--" Ye MFripera of England." ', Dr. Ki?id. Song.-M'? Flow those Regal Purple Streamsts. . D, Dr. ARNOLD,, Duet.-" When .tly Bosom heaves th Sigh.," ... B sii Song.-' The Storm." Song.--" Bid me Discourse," .'BisIso. Pot Pourri.-Violin, F. scA. Glee.-" The Chough and Crow." Ba...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

o, SYDNEY MARKETS. `?-A .kInd of ,Influenza' appeared to hlure pervaded every ;b.tti.h otf. dealing at ',esterday's Market. There was a- gene' '.' scarcity of 'every description of saleable produce. . And 'inaL* of the standings which ge~ierally display a commodiouis :assortment of Merchandize were unoccupied.. There was but little wheat or maize and that brought unprofitable returns. S*i t'attle.of an inferior suro as well as pigs sold cheap. ' BUSHELS' OF WHEAT SOLD. ::44 at 54*. 6d. 26 at be. 92 at 4s. 1Id. Total 264 bushels* Wheat from 4s. 6d. to 5:. 6.-average on total sold 5s. 2d, per Bushel-Maize 2s. 9d, to 3.--Butter 1e 10d. to 2d. 6d. per 6lb.-Clces3 Is. 3d.-Eggs Is. 6d. to2s. per doz.-Fowls 5s. to 6s. 6d. per c)uple.-)-ucks 6s. to 7a. Geese 14s. to 16s: Turkies 15s. to 20s.-Potatoes 10s. to 20s. per cwt.-Green Peas 9d. per peck-Fine Flour 16s. Sterling per cwt Bread 5d. per Loaf-Beef 38. Ild. per stone--Mutton 4s. --Pork 4s. Rd.-lHav (inferior) 61 10s. ?er Tnn_

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

fe1'PPING 1NTELLIGENCE. -. ARRIVAL.-On Wednesday the 15th inst. the Colonial Cutter GovahNoa ARTHUR, John l-assall, from Lanceston on the 28th ult. . Lading-25 Tons of Flour, 500.Kangaroo Skins, and 1 Cask of V. i. Land Brown Stout. ' DEPARTURES.--On Tuesday the 14th inst. the Schooner PaRNCic REGENT on a speculating Voyage. On Wednesday the 15th the Schooner S4anUEL for New Zealand, and the Brig LORD ' RooN.EV for Mpcquarie. Island. - PROJECt''E ) *DEPART'URES.- The Schooner Oiiviý':or Port Dalrymple, and Brig COVERNOR, MACQUARIE are announced'. to sail this day. rile SVuNEvYI'fACHET Ifor Hobart Town on the 20th, and the Ship REPALIA on the 25th inst. Roe.nain iz4 Harbour as last W1eek.

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