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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

S3T B AS ldf= igit/or early thi WV Ornaing, (the 10th tiihtaht)ý:'j liuse wa ,feloniously broken into aind eteed;, and thei o#l1owing articles stolen. tbhereout; t hre bter-,the above reward to' any' peson w waillive?'uch informat onas may lead to the' cow idtidn cf the potyorparty oirties. AifTICES STOLEN. Oine snll lady'o gold wateb, maker's nameve Vauchi t Pari (no No.) One gold ltioting weatch, N o. :45 (no name). One ? i]d neck chein, I 'omall gold' seal, with the inscription o~ " good night", and the figure. off"an eýtingisher and candle thereon; 1 small gold c.al, cornelian stone, with a rose. and ti tl? ? I ditto with an inscription of the words just like love ;" I ditto with an Aus tralian pebble, 1 ditto set with green topaz, i1 larger ditto set with a Brazilian stone ; 1 ditto cornelian, 1 ditto with topaz, gold { keys, I pair of gold ear-rings, set with three. Samathyst0s, a small pearl to each ring, 1 plain gold finger ring, marked D. M., 1 large gold ring With amathyst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

z LLiIA 'CLUI 1M3TNGS . begs most W4 'p ctfuilly to inform Gentlemen aund the ,Public- in .general, that he has ta" S':.i fr..Lord s long. ruom,. adjoining his , prieaent prenises ; 'therefore, should they w ta. large dinner; he holies to be able to get itupf to their satisfaction. He also begs tiite'r .to dbserie, that in' 'consequence of t~eW etilavgeniedt of the premises, all Meet age can be held there gratis, if held in the kly-tijme, bu't if iftei- andle light, hthe ex peuse mustbe paid..: Meetings for charita ble purposes asaall times gratis, day or night. William Cunuiibgs begs most gratefully to return thanks to those gentlemen who have . so kindly at all times recommen ded his Ilouse to their friends in the Colony, and also to dSifwrtivals, and begs to say, that . his best exertions 'shall never be wanting to ~ive; thJde" Gentlemen the satisfaction they w ill nariraIly expecA, .by treating those they ," 'y rqcomuw cnd wi4h the. greatest. attention and kindness. -Macquarie-p...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 22, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

THE M X ONITOR. &TURDAY AFTERNOON, NpVEMBER 9Z, 1828" " ToioiA Jormns labourer, came to the Co ony in the ship. Adamant, in the year. 1821 ; and ýecame free by servitude the I st of October last ftar he cas free, he hired himself to Mr. Wil. ieia Williams, of Pennant Hills, Settler, and Troke up some "ew ground. One day in, help. g hie molter to put a log on a new saw.pit, the ,g got nway and rolled over him, breaking his reast bone and two of his ribs." Tats is an account we have from a man who" raved a bit of bread of us the other day, to ify his hunger. He had come down from the .antry. in hopes of getting into the Sydney sylum, but, et was full. He represented, him if a. totally destitute. IHe applied for ad. ieiori to :the. Hospital, being a sickly man his of course, could not be attended to, he ing a free man. It this ever religious land, we would be glad to iow, what is te become of free sickly people w the Asylum is full; seeing that at present" poor-rates are establ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

:.SALES BY AUCrION. Hfossesold FurMtuse, comprising Diniag Te Llls, Chairs, Couches, Sofas, Bedsteads, Bedduiug, Carpets, Plate, Poreclain, Wines, Spirits, Billiak4 .Table,-, and vaorious ether Articles. .Alto one black AIliyi 3 years, and bne bay Hrors', 6'yeats old. ' SBY.Ma. BODENHAM.. U-on the Premises known as the Canning *Tavern; King-street, on Friday, the s8th. November, and Saturday, the 29th, at 11 for 12 precisely. R. BODENHAM reapectfully An MLY. nounces to the Publib, that he has re-, cei ed. instructions from Mr. George Dod d~ery, retiring from business, to sell, without reserve, a collection of excellent Household Furniiture, Plate, elegant cut Giass, Porcelain, Wines, Spirits; &cf. The Furniture has been chiefly selected from the Properties of the late ,; W.:Eills, John Osley, J. Mackaness, is~qires, and Colonel Stewart, and therefore e ~eds no comment as to its qualty. Catalogues will be prepared forthwith, Terms of Payment--Purchasers to the .ain&uu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

S OTICE rO. CORnESPONDENTS. ,' hrv .to 4pologiae to "A4 Scotsman" rur isas paper all Mie iw t number '.: :. shall pdsitively appear them. S everl/ saall appear in our next. £2te is sdevr consideration. Cato will reeeive ihis Monitor every Saturday evening at 6 e'cock; if he snds to the ofice. We stop the Press to announce a report which : Ae "A?ard'osi' tweek' ago, of the appointment of Sir Th/o. 4r.e'tAnot, a Major General of the Staff, lately retain ed from Portugal, and a protege of the Duke of Wellington, to succeed His Excdlency Governor Dar Sliajg.: Our authority is very good. Corporation Office, 17th Nov. 1828. ITANTED, for the Orphan Institutions, ONE TON OF SUGAR, ONE TON OF RICE, and T endr. HALF-A-TON" OF OATMEAL. Tenders for which, it is requested, may be sent to this Office, at 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 26th 1f November. By-Order, " CHARLES COWPBR, Clerk of the Corporation. "'MES . BIMIMONS, JERUSALUM WAREHOUSE, GEORGE STREET. 1 'ESPECTFULLY invites the Public to view...

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Further particulars of the character and conduct of Corder. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 November 1828

Further particular: of the character and conduct of C-order. , William Corder is a slight made young man of fair complexion. 'His age is stated to be not more than twenty-four years. His character in the neighbour hood of his mother and farm was not very good, and his conduct has been the cause of considerable grief to his respected mother and other relatives. -On his removal to the stage coach from London to Colchester he had the heartlessness to utter low jokes and ob- scene ribaldry during the journey, and his conduct excited disgust among the passengers who witnessed his extraordinary levity. He appeared to think that there could not be sufficient evidence to bring home to him his treacherous and cold blooded crime. The Red Barn was the constant place of assignation between Wm. Corder and' Maria Marten, and in the upper lay they had spent many hours together, and there he made professions to her of never ceasing love. Of all the inhuman acts ever perpetrated, perhaps to no one c...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. 'RICE of new wheat on Thursday, 13s. 9d.--Old I ls. 6d.--Maize 9. 3d.-Fine Flour I34s. per cwt sterling.-Secouds 30s.-Bread 8d. per 21b. loaf' T'he tenders for meat, have been accepted from* Mr. Daniel Cooper, at two pence per lb N'. 81 George Street Sydney Newu S3oth WLli ' DITED, PRINMED, AND PUBLIWIIED, BY THU PROPKIBTOT, EDWARD SMITH HALL,

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

Adrivals.-On Saturday the 5th ult. the Waerroo, from Port Dalrymple on the 8th of Nov. Cago, 1,26.. bushels of wheat, and. two passengers. Sams day, the ship Henry Wellesley, Captain Church;;." left London 16th of June and Hobart Town on the.. 0th of Nov. General cargo. (30 Cabin and 12 Steerage passengers.) The ALBio4 had arrived at Hobart Town. On Sunday, the 16th ult. the Dragos, Capt. Briggs, from the Isle of France on the 16th of May, and Hobart Town the 6th of Nov. Cargo, sugar aid sundries. On Tuesday, the ship Mtisa, Capt. Doutty, from London 29th of June, with Government stores, 150 male prisoners; 30 men of the 63rd Regt. .3, , women and 6 children ; Surgeon, Patten Esq. R. Major Douglass, and Ensign Champ, of the 63rd Se?t. ?i On Thursday, the barque Leda, Capt. Knobb, froir ? the Cape of Good Hope the 1st of Oct. with a .cargo? . of wheat, barley, tobacco, and sundries. On Friday;: the Elizabeth, Capt. Wiseman, from New Zealand V4 the slet of Nov. cargo, flax, pork, pota...

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(Continued from page 1405) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

(Coi?/,ed from page 1405) 1 I my. own case Sir, I have simply to request that you will ,be pleased to direct His Excel. lency. the.Governor to consider the circumstance of .-my conducting. the independent' Press of , bydpey, no bar to any indulgences I may rea aonable. require, in common with the Govern pent Prhiter, or other free Colonists. But rather theWeontrary. So that if a preference he to be, given, it should be allowed to Colonists like s~yself, whose labours are of real benefit ito the Colony, and of importance to you Sir, .-and others of His Majesty's Ministers, in furnish ing you withl information of the state of the Oolony, of a nature which it would be impossi ble for you to obtain by any other means at any rate of cost. I have the honour to remain, Sir, your most obedient humbls Servant, E. S. HALL. We have considered chiefly the case of Private , Sedds in our late numbers. In our next we intend to aftice Private Thomson, and compare his present pu nishment r. th his s...

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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 — 24 November 1828

DIARY. ' lOIMORANDUM FOR THE .'ENSUING 191CK. WA?ReAIJsW" OF' 'TEtBMOMETER, dec. &dC. TAIEN .Ar 7 'IN THI MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TUt EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 1. I 25th Sunaay after Trinity. *i .. ( High Water 5i6 m. p. 8 morn.--10 ni. p. 9Nt. I un rses 0 m. p. 5.-Sets O m. p. 7. i High Water, 30 min. p. 9 Morn.-40 m. S . 9 Afternoo'. High Water 5 m, p. 10 Morn.-25 .y. ý. 10 Aftr?roOn, High Water, 44 min. p. 10 Morn.- ~ o'clck Night. . High W ater, 16 min.p. 1I Mor.-35 m. p.11 NigIt. 1..' 1S I High Water, 56 m. p. 11 Mern. `_ High Water, 49 m.inp. 12 Morn.-46 min. i 1? p. 2 At. . . Lat Quarter ofttie Mqon 49 miin. p. 11 aight TaeasoA"r ...... 9 86 76 N. W. Hot W, in4a. FaýrT.'. ....... 172t8978 Ditto Do. AruuDAy..,..... 170 8575 Do. Do. .r .... .... .74~ 95 83 Do. Dq. Moae..r ........ 16!83 74 D. Do. russC r ......... 61: 1 76 Do.' Do. Wartar.. ... 32 S. w_ Fair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

PU BLIC NOTICE. IIIERE4 the FIFTY POUNDS NOES (from the Old Plate, were STOLEN fror:. the Bank of Australia, between Svturday Evening, the 13th, and Monday the 15th Instant. The Public are hereby Cautioned not to receive the said Notsc in payvment. ly Order of the B.ard of Directors. T. M' " I ILE, Mlanagin, Directr. Bank c q .uitratiai 2~3d &ep. IS28. LISTS OF NUMBERS OF FIFTY POUND I;OTES OF THE OLD PLATE STOLEN. No. 5001 No. 5025 No. 5049 No. 5077 2 6 50 S 3 7 1 9 4 8 8so 5 4 1 6 30 5 2 7 1 6 3 3 2 7 4 9 4 8 5 o 10 60 6 1 .6 7 2, 7' 3 $ 3 84 9 5 9 - 8 09 6 41 9 1 1 70 2 8 3 1 3 -Y 4 2 4 21 8 3 6 2 6 4 7 4 V 5 8 4 6 . 5099 ?ST OF NUMBERS OF TWENTY POUND NOT'ES STOLEN. No. No. No. No. 90,005 20.102 20,192 R0,496 ; 3 5 8 7 4' 7 9 S 5 8 20,500 20,013 6 9 1 5 8. 2O,00 2 (5 9 20,402 3 20,021 20,111 3 4 3 3 5 20,515 4 5 7 Q 5 6 8 6 7 7 20,411 8 8 8 2 20,520 o2,030 30,120 3 4 2 1 .. 4 2 1 9 5 6 8 20,4220 6 7 20,130 1 S 8 1 5 9 20,04 1. 4 6 20,531 2 7 3 W 20,431 6 4 9 2 7 6 20,140...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

CIiIT CHAT.-The Criminal Court resumed ib sit tings on Saturday last, when a number of motions were heard and disposed of. There were .six Iaml vents duly declared by thie Court, and Trusa t take charge of the several estates of the Debtors- ap pointed by mutual consent of parties, in the ordinary way.-l'he present Criminal Court Calendar, iA th heaviest ever known in the Colony since the Quarter Sessions Court. There are upwards of one hundred Frisoners to try, and these for offences genefabl of capital felony.-On Monday last, their Honora the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Dowling, ac-. •companied by the Sheriff and the Registrar of the supreme Court, visited the Sydney Gaol. There were some fewcomplaints made by about half a score prisoners, of their being in a state of arrest under illegal sentences passed upon them by some of the Country Magistrates, which the Judges promised. should be attended to.-From twenty to thirty persons (free) have been committed from .the Po lice Offic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

. ... - - = 11 i I " . - : DARING BURGLARY. £o0 REWARD. W HEREAS last night, or' early thi . morning, (the 10th instant) my house was-feloniously broken into and entered, and the following articles stolen thereout; I here by offer the above reward to any person who will give such informal on as may lead to the conviction of the party or parties. ARTICES STOLEN. One small lady's gold watch, maker's name Vauchb A Paris (no No.) One gold hunting watch, No. 45 (no name). One gold neck chain, 1 small gold seal, with the inscription'of " good night", and the figure of - an -extinguisher and candle thereon; I small gold seal, 'cornelian stone, with a rose and thistle; I -ditto with an inscription of the words " just like love ;" 1 ditto with an Aus tralian pebble, 1 ditto set with green topaz, 1 larger ditto set with a Brazilian stone ; 1 ditto cornelian, 1 ditto with topaz, 2 gold keys, I pair of gold ear-rings, set with three amathysts, a small pearl to each ring, 1 ,Plain gold finger ri...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

EN GLSH MRICELLAN1ES. M[URDER OF A iOUNO WOMAN IN SUFFOLCK, jIirI SINGULA' DISCOVERY OF THE BODY.-A murder, rivalling in cold-bloodcd atrocity that,of Weare, 'has been br.:-iguc to light within a few days at Posltead, in this county. The circumstances wlich have reached us are as follow :-Marla Martin, Stine young woman, aged 25, the daughter of a mole .cather in the above vdlliige, formed an imprudent connection, two or three veeurs ago, with a youi.g man naued William Corder, the son of an opulent farmer is the neighbourhocid, by whom she had a cvild. He .ppeared much attached to her; and was aL frequent visitor at her fathea s. On the 19th of May last, she left her father's house, stating, in answer to some oueries, that she was going to th!e ?ed Barn to meet Yilliam Corder, who was t:) be vwaiting there with a chaise to convey her to Ipswich, where they were to be mafried. In order to deceive observers (Corder's Ielatioas being hostile to the connection) she was to dress in man'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

*i b± to informs our Subscribers both in tows and m ' a-.try, they must co?sider the delivery of their News p r·ta'r by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards ..i, frienda up the country, and' to oar news-carrser a. regar¢s, our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the ,same as if put nmto their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive trir papers regularly, are requested to complain to ski by letter; (post paid) and, as far as we can,.we will riesedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for thk delivery of our Journal in a more effectual man ,er-than thus set forth. This is the condition on aokic we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby request all our Subscribers to take notice. 'Th public are cautioned to pay no money, normake any 'rtelqment on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without., demanding a PRINTED receipt signed. by "him in his. own proper hand writing. ,Moneey paid on his account without such receipt, will s.t be given cre...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

IT .E MIONITOR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1$28. "' Ttomas Joxas labourer, came to the Co 'loay in the ship Adamant, in the year 1821 ; and became free by servitude the Ist of October last"' After he was free, he hired himself to Mr. Wil* lissa Williams, of Pennsat Hills, Settler, and broke up some new ground. One day in help. fng his master to put a log on a newv saw-pit, the lug got sway and rolled over him, breaking his breast bone and two of his ribs." Tats is .an account we have from a matt who craved a bit of bread of us the other day, to maisfy his hunger. H: bad come down from the CAountry. in hopes of getting into the Sydney Asylum, but it was full. He represented him self as totally destitute. He applied for ad mission to the Hospital, being a sickly man This of course could not be attended to, he L'hig a free man. Ia this ever religious land, we would be glad to know, what is to become of free sickly people now the Asylum is full;' seeing that at preqent no poor-rates are estab...

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TO SIR GEORGE MURRAY, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, &C. &c. &c. Sydney, N. S. Wales, Nov. 17, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

To SrT(.EORGu MuanAr, His MIiajestyY'?@PriR al: Secretary of State for thl CColouies, &c. c. &c. S, ydney, N. S. W'ales, 4Vot. 17,'1828. I beg leave to lay before you, a correspondence between Mr. MeLeay, the Secretary for this Co lori, and myself, not doubting but you will ren der me suchi relief, as you ilihik the hardship of my case, may merit at your hands. Having in itoe incloued letters, nritered so very fully into the nents of the subject of complairt now submit ted to your consideration, I need not in this epistle repeat the arguments which go ti shew the rigorous and iniequitable conduct of Governor Darling to me, nqr that she isunner in which His Excellniey dispoi.ea the C ?rown lands of this ( olon y in gener.l is not best calculated to promote the peance, loyalty, and good gperuiinent of the peoplc of thiis d45iaipt Colony. I have in my letter to the Colotiial Secretary of the 3rd lnrtaut, menrtioied twd or lthree indi. viduals strongly connecteld with Hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

'ILLIAM CUMMINGS begs most V restpectfully to inform Gentlemen and the Public in -general, that he has ta ken Mr. Lord's long room, adjoining his present premises; therefore, ' should they want a large dinner, he hopes to be able to Iget it up to their satisfaction. He also begs further to observe, that in consequence of the enlargement of. the premises, all Meet ings can be held there gratis, if held in the day-time, but if after-candle light, Ithe ex -pence must be paid. Meetings for charita 'ble purposes a:(all times gratis, day or night. William Cummings begs most gratefully to return thinks to those gentlemen who have d so kindly at all times recommen ded his Hquse to their friends in the Colony, .and als6 to new arrivals, and begs to say, that. his best exertions shall never be wanting to ,give thoe Gentlemen the satisfaction they will naturally expect, by treating those they may recommend with the greatest attention and kindness. Macquarie-place, S18th Nov. 182S. J SON SALE, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

SALES BY ,AUC TION. 1 jfousehold Furnituse, comprising Diniag Ta- %i tales, Chairs, Couches, Sofas, Bedsteads, E Bedding, Carpets, Plate, Poreclain, Wines, I :Spirits, Billiard Table, and various ether 6 Articles. Ardo one black Fdily, 3 years, and one bay -orae; 6 years old. BY Ma. BODENHAM. Upon the Premises known as the Canning h Taverl", King-street, on Friday, the 28th a November, and Saturday, the .9tb, at 11 d for 12 precisely. c M R. BODENHAM respectfully an- b nounces to the Publib, that he has re, I! ceived instructions from Mr. George Dod- Q Wtvi retiring from business, to sell, without 'ei",'i 'a collection of excellent Household Vuirniture, Plate, elegant cut Glass, Porcelain, inees, Spirits; &c. The Furniture-has been c iefy seiected from the Properties of the late G. W. Mills, John Oxley, J. Mackaness, c 1lsquires, and Colonel Stewart, and therefore I needrl no comment as to its qualty. a Catalogues will be prepared forthwith. b Terms of Payment-Purchasers to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

NOTICB TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to opelogise to 4 A Scotsmam" for ddferring his paper lll the net numrber .-i shall positively appear then. Beverly shall appear in our next. Cate is ender consideration. Cato will receive his Monitor every Saturday evening at 6 a'clork, if he sends to the ofice. W'e stop the Press to announce a report twhich we heard six weeks age, of the appointment of Sir STAos. .drbutAnot, a Major General of the Staf, lately returned from Portugal, and a pretege of the Duke of Wellington, to succeed His Excellency Goernor Dar ling. Our authiriti is very good. Corporation Ofice, 17th Nov. 1828. ?W?TANTED, for the Orphan Institutions, yV ONE TON OF SUG4R, ONE TON OF RICE, and HALF-A-TON OF OATMEAL. Tenders for which, it is requested, may be sent to this Office, at 12 o'clock on Thursday, the 26th if November. By Order, CHARLES COWPER, Clerk of the Corporation. * O stIMxMoNS, .IERUSALULM WAREHOUSE, GEORGE STREET. ESPECTFULLY 'invites the Public to R view his new an...

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