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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

:MEMORANDUM FOR.THE ENSUINGW,EEK. t SUN rises, 3 min. past 5. I High Water:at PortJackson45 min. past 10 in the SIz Morn.-l l Night. S' JSun sets 57 min. past 6. SHigh Water, 15 min. past 11 Forenoon-35 min. past I Night. Z 26th Sunday after Trinity. I I HighiWater, 56 min. past It in the. Forenoon. 1 High Water, 29 min' past 12 Morn.-46 past 12 Night. 1 EDMUND, K. and Mart. . High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55.min. past 1 Aft. , Day, 13.hours 58 mini lone. ?Iigh Water,.30 min.. past 2 Vtlorn.-6 ,min past 3 Aft 5" ( Cealia. SHigh Water, 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Aft. SI't. Clement. I Last Quarter of the Moon 4 min. past 3 Morning. GARDEN.-Propagate evergreens by layers from young shoots of the Summers' growth-,carefully examine wall and fruit trees, to prevent insects from lodging. *TATE OF THE WEATHER DURING TIIE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. 71-72 66-71 67-72 66-7...

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To the EDITOR of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

To the EDITOR of the MONITOR, Sin, NoT only does the idea . , Theqtricals occasion- a panic among the bigols of the colony, but every description of amusminent, however axiomatica ly innocent and rational, gives rise to the most serious alarm' for the salvation of souls. A sufficiently clever,' fellow, named C6rz defines the non impropriety of theatres very clearly; his letter cannot possibly flil of giving satisfaction and annoyance ;--satisfac tion to the followers of reason, (and religion also, for the two are in perfect consonance) and annoyance to the fanatic mis rprresenters of Christianity. The prime objection, it would appear, to the drama is, that among a numerous assemblage much dissipation and vice must infallibly occur. Now, I bc lieve that no nation can exist without ptublic coiiventions, in Some shape or other; aid that so long as man possesses his present passions,-so long will vice continue, and be more conspicuous, though less in reality in a public assembly thani i...

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

NOTICE. f: ., ...Public are . hereby" cautioned, not Co .accept Imn pay T .ment a Note of Hrand signedby .the underslgned, in Sfavour of William Carter or bearer,for 121. lOs. in Dollars .at Five Shillings each; dated 23rd of Ogtber iistant-payable in three weeks after Date; no value having been grven for •. ,. JOHN THORN. the same. 186, Parrarmatt, October 25th, 1826, -1lR. JAMES CRISP, Member of the St. Pancrass Ve LJ.Jterenarian College, begs leave to acquaint the Public in general, that he has recently arrived from England, for' the .puidose of "establishing an Infirmary for Horses, which will , coinducted on the miostliberal principles. Such Gentlemen Se, i? ir'him, with their patronage,. may .e assured' of the -" "testJare, rnid'att ntion being paid'to the 'animals entrusted , to his charge.. ,, .C. also informs those Ladies aind Gentlemen who wish, .to 1 quire 4he elegant and fashionable art of Riding, that he Sgives: lessons daily oin reasonable'terms, by which they will in ...

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

In the Supreme Court. of New South Wales. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.   GEORGE, the FOURTH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith.   To Our dearly-beloved in Christ, Sarah Bellamy, of Sydney, in the Colony of NVew South Wales, the ex- ecutrix named in the last Will and Testament of James Bloodworth, the Elder, late of Sydney afore-   said, deceased ; to the Heir-at-law ; and to the next of kin of the said deceased and to all Christian People. GREETING, YOU, and each of you, are hereby cited and warned that you be and appear personally, or by one of the Proctors of the Ec- clesiastical Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of New South Wales aforesaid, you, Sarah Bellamy, on Friday, the First Day of Decem- ber next, at Ten o'Clock in the forenoon, at the Court-house, Cas- tlereagh-street, Sydney, duly to bring in, and prove the above-men- tioned Will, or else formally to renounce the Bu...

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Extracts from a work intended to be published in London, to be entitled THE HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA, Formerly Assistant Surgeon of the Lunatic Asylum, N. S. Wales, Dedicated to William Bland Esq. CONTINUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

'Extracts from a wtork intended to hc pubrlis?ed in' wLondon;~ be entitled THE HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA, BY T. PARMETER. M. D. Fora erly Assistant Surgeon of the Lunatic Asylum, N. $. W91. Dedicated to William Bland &sy: '. . CONTINUATION. * " It must be remarked .that i' EinF ibeths .eign.the mtost chi valhous undertakings were resolved upon. About this Epoch when .Venice was the mistress of the Seas and the RIALTo was' the ex change of the world, a man was noticed for havin r~ brted 'tha he had seen land in the GREAT SOUTH SEAs, but he ~tbmt.r gjao graphically. descriled. nor landed on it, on account of ti~"Natives ; and'the celebrated admirable Chrichton, who was the wont?dr .o the Republic, is said to have passed this compliment on the en.ter prising Southern Naviatorr-4 "TUA sECi US ORBIa NOMILNADUCSTJ' -Bu ... e what all Posts 'y ended in a word of the day. We' iil know that several Flemish, Venetian, Portuguese, and Genze Adventurers, visided this TERRA INCoINITA, but sui...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, May 19th. IMPROVEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF SLAVES IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

ý "'iLI4MENTtR Y IA TRLLtGBNOULE , S HOUS . :l '. OMS1 , May '9h. IMPROVEMENT OF THE CONDITION .OF SL VBS IN THB'. •... ...., .CPLONiES . Mr. BROUGHAM, in rising to bring forward his mo tion upon this subject, desired tha the resolution of the house (on.the subject ofj coloniýl slavery) of the 15th of May, 1823, migns be. repd. The resAutaons;-were~. cording y,~a4- by the clerk of the house in the follo?iing. term? :-? . S.. Tit it i ,e*pedi y. t .iadopt a?ectuid and decisire measures for asihliorsting the Condttion, of thei, slave; pdptioth it'His Majesty's, colonie : .... " AT'- through: a determined and persevering,, but' at the same time' judicious and temperate enforcement of such 'measures, this. house .looks ;forward to' a pro gressive improvement : in the' character of the' slave. population? such a, may prepare them: for a.participation' in 'those Civil rights and immunities which are enjoyed by other classes of HisMajesty's. subjects.. " THAT ' this house is anxious for-th...

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

DOMESTIO INTELLIGENCE. ON Friday last, tie Governor attended by his Staffinspec ted the 3rd Regiment of Buffs, from whence he proceeded to the Prisoners Barracks. The prisoners from the Boyne ' who had just landed, appeared clean and healthy. The Pub lie School and buildings belonging thereto was next visited by his Excellency. The General Hospital was also inspected. IN the case of William Farrell, a prisoner of the Crown, holdidg'a Ticket of Leave, charged by his wife with.violently assaulting and otherwise ill treating her, in evidence of which a corttised eye and sadly disfigured- face were the prominent features. The Bench, notwithstanding the ingenuity of legal. ,argument exerted in behalf. of the-prisoner, reluctantly con ., gented to his discharge ontthis occasion. premising that a re :petition of such unmanly conduct, but of too frequent occur . -.enhe,. as the Records of the Bench can testify, should be _:visited with a deprivation of the liberty he enjoyed. A similar case...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

THE M1iON rT.OR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1826. THE question of convict labour lhas, in our opinion never been fully understood either by the King's minis ters or the Governors of New South Wales. We think it very probable it was understood the last century. But it is-not an uncommonithing for the moderns, though *ii printed records of.the opinions and acts of their forefathers on their library shelves, to forget, in the mul titude of new theories, past experience, and to consider things passing before their ey;s, to be new and difficult questions,.which afore-time,.that is, from half a century backwards, were fully unferstood and settled, and the result acted upon. Now, such circumstances we sus pect to attend *at this moment the qucstion of convict labour. Before New South Wales had existence as a colony, and while it was yet ;part of the terra'incognita of the. Southern Pacific, the transportation of British convicts' was very., little expense to, the crown of, En gland, and no troub...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

MARRIED.- By Special Licence at St. James's Church, Sydney, on the 13th instant, Surgeon R. M. MARTIN, Son of the late John Martin, Esq. of Dublin, Solicitor, to Miss Francis KEITH, Sister of Mr. Advocate KEITH, of Sydney, and eldest Daughter of the late Rev. Dr. KEITH, of Hammersmith. Also by Special Licence at St. Philips Church, on Monday last,   by the Rev. W. COWPER, Mr. Robert RAINE to Mrs. FULLOON.   DIED-At their Estate near Parramatta, Mrs. CAMPBELL, the Wife of JOHN CAMPBELL, Esq. J. P. and Commissioner of   Lands. A lady universally esteemed by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance and who excelled in all the duties of a wife and a mother.        

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

To X Y Z. We are friends of the people but enemies to the reasoning of your letter. We are enemies to the vices inseparable from a modern, Theatre, and if we are not enemies to it in a political view, namely, because the people may be less vicious with a Theatre than without one, yet this will not justify us in countenancing a Theatre in a religious. view, because the inexorable purity of the divine law will hold no compromise with immorality-it will not tolerate the com- mission of adultery to prevent that of murder, no more than it will infanticide to prevent the evils of a superabundant popu- lation. Friend X Y Z I remember how easy it is to call names. Your applauded Cyx is the only vindicator of the Drama who is rational. We acknowledge he says something to the pur- pose-do not be elated however O ye Sons of Thespia because ye have for once in your lives said something little judicious   but rather humble yourselves on account of your cause being so meagre as to pr...

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

* GOVERNMENT NO'tTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S. .OFICE, 'Nov. 14, 1826. G OVERNMENT being desirous to LET the WIND " MILL at NEWCASTLE, for the Term of Seven VYeaw, from the First Day. of January next, Tenders, from such persons as may litfwilling to take the same, will be received at this Office, an Thursg4ay, the Seventh of,December, at Twelve 'o'Clk. Each Tender must be seal;. ,n a.ilrked! Tender.fbr Newca*tle Windmill." The' pnditions of the Lease may be learned by ap :plyig at :this Office; or, at the Ofice of the Comgnan d?a*natatFewcastle. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVER IMENT, NOTICE. S.,~arrXny's .IH.?ac·E, 9th Nov. 1820, i~jt1.SN 1 . , assigne?d to' their '.Wives, a't' hbeieby I required, under I'einalty ';of being recalled to the Service of Government, to report to the Principal Super intendent of Convicts, on or before the 25th' of this Month, their present Place of Residence, with the Nadhe of the Street, and Number of the House, if in a Town; apd, in ...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES           ON Tuesday the Lord Mayor. gave a grand dinner to.   the Lord Chief Justice Abbott, the Lord Chief Justice Best. Mr. Justice Park, Mr. Justice Burrough, Mr. Baron Graham, Aldermen Sir Charles Flower, Magnay, Garats, Brown, and Lucas, the Recorder, Sheriffs Crow der and Kelly, and several Sergeants.-On Wednesday his lordship entertained at dinner the Lords of Vintry, Tower, and Walbrook. His Lordship seems to be giving dinnier parties without intermission. We understand, indeed, that between two and three thousand persons have already dined at the Mansion-house in the course ofthe present year.- The Society for the relief of Per sons, imprisoned for Small Debts, have discharged 1,096 persons within the last year, the average of whose debts   amounted to 31. 3. 1-d.- Manchester, with 40 miles round it contains a population equal to that of London with 40 miles roun...

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VAN DIEMAN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 November 1826

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND NEWS. A favourable result has attended the researches made by the Gentlemen who. formed an. expedition to the South Cape-Coal of a, superior quality has' been, found there .and at Adventure Bay, Brune Island.--The Ship ,Phwnix, Collins. has arrived in London.-Tlie.Lady.Ea t, Talbot, full of passengers from Calcutta, arrived at the Isle of France in distress, having struck on a reef.--The Brig Earl of Liverpool arrived at Hobart Town on the 15th ult. from London direct.-A Printing Press and Types have been sent to New Zealand for the use of the Missionaries there.--A line of Telegraphs has been esta blished by the Merchants iof Liverpool and Manchester .for the transmission of commercial intelligence between those towns.-The transport-ship Shipley was totally lost off Barbadoes: in April last, with detachments. of military on board; lives wese fortunately. saved.-The Bank of England has determined to establish a branch Bank at Gloucester.-The Ship Marquis of Hasting...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

.... Z LISL; !IIS l E L S" I ;.- r+: )i Preparation' for the gene~ii' election are iZg~ place in every part of-t-'e ;kingdom aid we .ie. iremember Eda occasion in which there was :more spirit... actitity li ,all the populous towns and boroughs.. In Preston, ilie business has begjn bmerrily, and-it is ageneral expec Uti6iL that Mr.. Cobbett will succeed. In Diover a new 54iditate has likewise appeared in the person of Mr. Halcomb, a very respectable barrister, and member of the Western Circuit, and the town and neighboukhoqd are all life and bustle with the coitest. An election to 'a country town or borough is like courtship and marriage ito ,a lady. It is all hope and expectation on both sides,- each 'is satisfied with the other,--and neither know what kind of match they are about to make, till the business be concluded, and they come to the experiment in fact. At present, the electors promise all the candidates very airly ; and if we may judge by the reciprocal promises of the iand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

M RS. MILTON, 46, Prince's Street, begs leave to inform .U. those Friends who stood indebted to her late Husband previous to his Death, that she will feel, obliged to them to discharge such Accounts as early as convenient, and should fed sorry to have recourse to any Tecdsures of an unpleasant nature in order to recover the saure. Sydney, 23rd Nov. 1826 Cam tl Townl , is, Oogober 24th, 1826. T HE undersigned being in vwanit of a Pair of Sawyers, will give liberal wages to sicic' as niavr feel desirous to engage their services with himr'fuir a period of not less than Six Months. . THOMAS HAM_1MOND. r WO CASES of STATIONARY, just opened, at DAVID I AzIEl? E's Stores, Pitt Street, consisting of SUPERFINE FOOLSCAP PAPER, DITTO LETTER DITTO, ACCOUNT BOOKS, Quills, Wafers, and.l k Powder. Nvcem&er 23, 1826. in rpHOMAS SPICER', 'at No' 13, Yorkc ?teef, reqiurins hi le,: :j. best thanks to his friends and custoinrers who have so s,kindly honoured him Wvith their commands, and 'wishe...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

TQ TaE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIR, IN- looking over your interesting journal of the 3rd instant, I 'observed a letter signied " An English Emigrant,", wherein he makes some remar ks respecting St. Vincent and Spencer's (Gulf's, &c. and he " is sorry. to learn. Mr. H. ha not yet set out on' the above-mentioned expedition, &c. Quere. What expedition ?-Does he mean Mr. Hovell's prep. ..sent nautical excursion to Western Port ?-or his contepi. plated journey inland to those settlements ?-or does he' Sallude to a paragraph published in the Sydney Gazette, some. .time last year, setting forth that MIr. Huome was on the point of setting out'on a tour, ine order to ascertain the termination of," Hume River"--no doubt your numerous readers, as well as myself, would feel obliged, to " the English Emigrant" to b.e more explicit, and let us know what elxpedition /~e'allUdea 'to. I am, Mr. Monitor, Your obedient Servant,: A CONSTANT READR. Novemler 13, 1526.

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ROYAL HOSPITAL CRELSEA, 12th Sept. 1825. NOTICE, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

ROYAL I?OSPITAL CEELSEA, 12th Sept. 1825.. ,NOTICE, . S'To the out pensioners belonging to His Majesty's Royal Hospital at Chelsea,. (including those transferred. from. Kilmoinhar Hospit?g,,..,who arceive their pensions through the Collector of Excise at Derby. HIS MAJESTY, ha~lng been ?iveased'to.approve of .the formation of three Veteran. Companies for service in New South Wales, and 'Van Diemians' Land, each to be composed of three Sergeants-three Corporals-and fifty privates, for the purpose of being employed as Superintendents and Overseers! of Convicts, in addition to their military duty. And that such companies should consist of Volunteers, from the out Pensioners of this establishmient 'who shall have -borne good characters,, while in the army, and whose subsequent conduct shall have been such as to recommend them for the service in question-a preference being however given to those Pensioners who were discharged .as non-commissioned officers, or who have acted in that capac...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

IAVING by chance met with a copy of the above English military notice, we publish it for the amusement of the curi. ous. We think the words ii'th 6tli'itne "in addition to their military duty" rather absurd. - The duties of Overseers could not be performed in addition-if 'p,erforined ht all they. must be in substitution-and we'c nnot liecp suspecting the Author of the notice meant aubstittilion; or something at any rate nearer to it than the wor4. addition implies. We understand: that the men volunteered into the Corps under a clear under standing of their being to be employed here as Overseers, only that they were to be: subject to military discipline. And this understanding of theirs is tile more evident, because mmany of them we learn gave up situations at home of considerable; preferment in 'order to enter the Corps-- circumstance not likely, if they had understood that the Goverment reserved to itself the alteration of treating themu a private soldiers of the Line. In case of m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

U 6AG OF THEIR EXCELLEN CIES `lXE 'DGOVEI iQR N CHIEP AND MRS. DARLING. . O(entleen comp6siMthe Committee oif the Sydney Ama Steua- Coincert, beg' to intoim the Public that"a Concert will be i Id:'on Monday,. the 4th of December next, at' the Court House, Castlereagh Street ... , , Several of the magistrates, and other gentlemen.of thi Colony, ?viing expressed their wish to the Coknit ittee that such should take place, and having proinised their suppbrt on this occasion,'it is hoped that the Public will give' every encouragement to promote aspattempt to relieve the above laudable Institution. ACTL . I$erture.-" Zauberflote" . ,. MOZART. Glee.-" Ye Mariners of England. ' 'Dr. KEMP, Song.--" Flow.thou Regal' Purple Streams.; Dr. ARNOLD. ? ieg.---"- When thy Bosomii heavesthe Sigh.' :. BRAHAd. A8b4i.-'- The Storm." SSon.--." .Bid me Discourse.'" BIHoP. P. Pourri.-Violin.. . . , ? +. Fse.CA m't(le.-..." The Chtough and Crow , : . BIsHoP. ACT II. . Qp0rture.-" ' er Freyschutz." WBBER. Bo...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, May 19th. (Continuation of Mr. Brougham's Speech on the Improvement of the Condition of Slaves in the Colonies.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826

PAR L-IAMENTAR Y INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS, Maylg9th. (Continuation of Mr. Broughamn's Speech on 'the Improve ment of the Condition of Slaves in the Cotonies.) Now with respect to sectarianism, it was not only his opi nion, b'lt it was also that of those who knew the West In dies intimately well, of those Who were best :acquainted' with .what was requisite to be adopted and practisedthere, that if you wished to enlighten slaves, arid; make them a moral and well disposed people, you must in the first place, and by all means, entourage sectarians. It was seless to .deny that the greatest good had been' confer red upon the black. population, by the instructions and :,rligious' mediation, of the, Methodist - minigers. lHe` did not give this opinion as merely theoretical, for libe spoke from the best authority,. and his hon. friend, The member for Calne (Mr. Abercromby,) had testified to that effect.. Next` to Jamaica one naturally turned to Barbadoes, having a population of 7'9,000...

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