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Further particulars of the character and conduct of Corder. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 24 November 1828

Further particulars of the character ernd conduct of Corder. 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, arnd 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 oh scene ribaldry during the journey, and his conduct excited disgust among the passengers who witnesced his extraordinary levity. Le appeared to think that there could not be sufficient evidence to bring home to hint his t eacherous antid cold blooded crime. The Red Barn was the constant place of assignation between W?r. 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 ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 29, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

T1VE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTJRNObON, NOVEMBER 29, 1828. 4 House of Assembly has been often spen tioned by the Journalists of New South Wales, butthe discussion of its merits or demerits has seldom taken. place. The reason is, the question involves nunuerous and important considerations, more befitting a pamphlet than the light read- . lug of a Newspaper. Journalists, like all other Authors, must be guided in a measure according to the taste. of. their readers; and they cannot depart from the light brief discussions of a newspaper to become solemn essayists, or elabo rate pamphleteers. Still however, .the subject of aLegislature is of vital importance to all classes of Colonists; and our readers. mzust be well aware, that if it be not argued in the Journals of the Colony, it will not be argued at all. We therefore purpose devoting a couple of columns or more of our Journal of this day, to the con aideration of the question of, T'a ation and legis latien, by Representation. As a guide t...

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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 — 29 November 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERfMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TH.E MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. ` Advent Sunday. j . High Water 30"m. p. 2 morn.--6 m. p. 3 A&ft. Sun rises 56 m. p. 4.-Sets 4 m. p. 7. High Water, 33 tnin. p. 3 Morn.-5 in. p. 4 Afternoon. High Water 36 in, p. 4 Morn.-25 .u. p. 10 fi ` Afternoon. High Water, 40 in. p. 5 Morn.-14 in. p. 6 Evening. SHigh Water, 46 min. p. 6 Morn,-20 in. p. 7, By ening. ý ý High Water, 41 m. p. 7 Morn.-$ at Night. 7F High Water, 15 min. p. 8 Morn. t EIURSDAY ....... 76189 78 N* B. Fair FRIDAY.......... 75!86 73 Do. Do. SATURDAY........ 73 86 76 .3. E. Do. SUNDAY ........ 70 84 73 Do. Cloudy MONDAY ......., 7688 78 N. E. Fair TUESDAY......... 78 961841N. W, jHt Wind WEDNESDAY...... 73 86176 N. Fair

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

JUNIUS. T HIS famous Horse will stand for the season on the premises of the Proprietor Mr. Andrew Nash, Parramatta.-Terms, Three Guineas Stg. groomage included, payable on the 1st day of next year. This horse is limited to fifty Mares, therefore early application must be made. No com mIent it is conceived need be made upon. JUNIUS..--(N. B. He is sure. But in case of missing, nothing will be charged next season, Mr. Nash's object being to perpetuate his race.) TO SERVE MARES THIS SEASON. A T Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At £4. 10s. Sterling, Groom's fee included. All expenses to be paid before the 15th January 1829 The horse will be limited to 40 Mares. SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old, got by "1 Steel trap" out of " Black Susan" by " Old Hec tor." Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes ,t the last Sydney . Meeting, beating the prize colt Bennelong and two others. He is allowed to be the hansomest horse in the Colony. He will be sent to Bathurst immediatly after the ensuing races at P...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price of wheat on Thursday last, Iii. " Maize 9s. 3d.-Fine Flour 27s. stg. per cwt. No. 81 George Street Sydney New SomtA RIh JDITED, PRI N7ED, AND PCWJLISilUD, BY THE PROPRIETITP, EDWARD SMITH HALL;

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF THrE MoNITO1n, SIn, With reference to a paragrapliIn your last Monitor, upon the departure home of our late worthy, and deservedly respected Commissary General We myss; I agree generally in your views of this gen tleman's character. JBut I really cannot yield, my assent to the truth of the allegations you have so irrelevantly mixed up therewith, against a whole fa mily of our most respectable settlers. You have been pleased to accuse this family, one and all of them indiscriminately, as being the sole dissentients abiding Ar ENMITY with this distinguished Public Officer. This is a very serious charge indeed, but lam well assured -there are hundreds of respectable people in this Colony, who know it to be utterly groundless, and for my own part, I. believe that the reverse is the' case. I believe that in place of harbouring enmity, or any such unchristian feelings towards Mr. NV. there is not one member of this worthy (amity but would rejoice to bear bf his welfare an...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

.1)ipping Intelligttith Arvivab.-On Tuesday the ship Lady Bic Captain Dibbs from South America, tibe:8tlk ber, with a cargo of wheat, barley,horses.-O " day the schooner Snapper, from the, Fegee . 4th Instant, with a cargo of pork sennett Friday the ship liuyaI Sovereign, from LofldottO Whethng Vovage, 9th July 1827, with a cargo of tons of Sperm Oil. Departures.-On Sunday, the 23rd. Nov. tle fWJ. for the Isle of France. On the 27th the ar for Fort Dalrymple. On the 28th the ColnrnibI New Zealaud. Same day,. Ncreus, for the Why Fishery. Same day the Hanter, for Newcastle. Projected Departures. T he Governor iAth6 Lord Liverpool for Newcastle this day. The and Marqaiss Lansdown, for Hobart Town. 1en, for London on the 19th December.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

To- CORRESPONDENTs.-4dvertisements sent to this office must specify on the face of there the number of times they are to be'advertised, otherwise they will be continued until couzItermnanded. .everal letters addressed to us, are lying in the Post Office, but not being post-paid we cannot draw them.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

We beg to inform our Subscribers both in town and country, they must consider the delivery of their News papers by us to the Post-master-in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, and to our news-carrier as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if put into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive tkeir papers regularly, are requested to complain to es by letter; (post paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But-we will not be answerable for the. ,de/ivery of our Journal in a more effectual man ser than thus set forth. This is the condition on :which w4aell 'our Journal, and of which we hereby vequest all our Subscribers to take notice. WAe public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any fettlemnent on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding. a PRINTED receipt .Lgned by him in his' own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account without such receipt, will not be given credit for, n...

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Denham Court, Nov. 11th, 1828 TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

Denh:um Court, Nov. 11th, 1826 To THE ED1TOIL O0 Tut: MONITOR Sin, " I rlAVE to acquaint yon, that sending in this morn ing for the Monitor of Saturday, and the Gazctte of yesterday, the iessenger has returned saying, nei ther newspaper has arrived at the Post Office or at the Chicf Constable's at Liverpool. I beg to say, that rather than be disappointed after sending so far, I will give up taking the papers altogether, and I liope you will make inquiry into the cause of this delay. I am, Sir, Your husblule servant, I1. BROULKS. (Tuts is the sort of strain in which numbers of our Country Subscribers, are continually writing to us. The Monitor of the 1st Instant, was by mistake sent to Newcastle, by the Post-master; b ;t those of the let and Sth Instant as well as all previously, were duly delivered by us at the Post-office on Saturday aft., noon. The Newcastle affair we complain not of. 2.. was a casual error which will occur at times. We pay £50 a year to the pew Post for newspaper...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

TO Tn E EDITOR OF THE M1ONITOR. SIR, Having been led to understand, that you propose Inserting a paragraph in your Paper, to the effect that' Lieutenant De la Condamine is connec d with certain: mercantile apecul4ions in which I act as Agent, I think it right to apprise you, that you hbne no just grounds for such an assertion, and that M1. De la Condamine is neither distinctly nor inidistinctly inter ested in any commercial transaction, of which I am the agent. I presume that the' erroneous opinion which youi entertain in this respect, may originate in my having received certain goods by. the Brig " Mary', from Leith, the Bill of lading for which was forwarded un der cover to Mr. De la Condamine, with a requcet that he would place it in the' hands of a respectable Merchant. It was in consequence placed in my hands, and subsequently I hate been in direct communication with the shippers, to whodm I make all remittances, * without reference to Mr. de la' londamitie, and to whom alone I...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

ON a Crown reserve in the Interior, Constablea, and other ville-informers, ant trepanners of people's cattle, under the new un-English, and most oppi'essive nimpounding act, are continually impoandipg the live stock of inferior settlers, while the herds of. our Colonial Secretary range on the said pastures, with-, out controul; it being believed by the billied misera ble people up there, that, Mr. Mc'Leay (unlike Mr. Mackie of Nelson plain pnemory) has permission to make use of His Majetty's grass ail libitum. IHence, nobody dares to impdund the. Secretary's cat tle. How' differently did Major Goulburn, our late Colonial Secretary, fare in regard to land and' other tit bits,. to what Mr. Mc'Leay does ? The high minded Major would possess nieither-"an inch nor a' hoof ; or he might have had his tens of thousands of acres, and cattle, as well as full-pay ntilitaty Felatives, and pensioned Secretaries.

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Cape Town, September, 30, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

Cape Town, September, 30, 1828. DEAR Sin, The sudden departure of the ""Leda" this day, for New South Wales, allows me barely sufficient time to apprise you of the arrival in this Colony from England, of the talented Editor of my paper, (Mr. J. Fairbairn) entitled the " South African Commercial Advertiser."', I am desirous of being furnished with your pa per, the "l Monitor" for which I will with pleasure exchange mine (published twice a week.) You may probably remember, that the Advertiser, was suppressed by Lord Bathurst, for copying from the "Times" an article reflecting upon our late Go vernor Lord Charles Somerset. The press cf this Colony, owing to the struggles -of 'my friend and others in the cause, has been by Mr. Huskisson placed under and subject only to the laws-no further suppressions-no political removals for -alleged offen ces of the press. *Should you acquiesce in. my proposition,' I will ,bank you to forward to me the" Monitor" by every conveyance bound direct to th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

Itrour last, we said we would make a few remarks on the punishment- of Jlmen Thompson, private in H. M. 57th: regiment. Previously to our so doing, bowever, it will be necessary for us to go back to the krial and sentence of this man and his unfortunate Sumpanion-Sudds. Fora pettylarceny they were sentenced each to seven ers transportation. After Sudds's death, Thompson was taken out-of Gaol, and.as he could not march in his ii n collar and'chains, he was conveyed to Parramatta bty water. How he got to Penrith we know not. At Emn Plains,, about 40, miles fi-on\ Sydney, he was placed in a gang of Convicts, called an. iron gang, which was employed in mending the roads. These gangs are called iron gangs, because they consist of Convicts who are worked in chains; and who, besides their, original crime in England, have committed some fresh offence in the Colony, either misdemeanour *or friony. Therefore' an iron gang consists of twice and thrice-convicted men;, for. the most part tney ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

SALES BY AUC[IION. CONTINUATION OF SALE. BY MR. S. LYONS. positively without the least reserve, at 11 o'clock, on Monday, the 1st Day of De cember next, and following day. THE remainder of the valuable Stock of Mr. Phillip Cavenagh, at his SMores in Pitt-street. 4,000 two, three, and four bushel sacks 100 bolts of canvas, Nos. 2 3 4 and 6 5o sets of ivory balauce.bandled knives and forks 50 ditto second quality . "... . ditto.... 60 ditto black and horn handled ditto 2 cases of brass furniture, consisting of sash fastenings, drawer nobs, bell pulls, curtain rings, &C. &c. 1 case of tea trays and waiters I ditto tea urns and tea kettles with stands, of superior workmanship 400'gridirons of sizes 12 Vertical jacks , stock locks 50 Dozen iron-rimmed locks, with brass furniture complete 60 Dozen of large sized spades 200 Pair of very superior brass candlesticks steel and brass snuffers and trays. Milk dishes from No. 1 to 12 ; coffee urns, steel yards, brass ornamented h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

Valuable Freehold Residence, Suited For a Respectable and Genteel Family. MR. BODENHAM announces to his nume rous aid distinguished Patrons that he is instructed to SELL by PRIVATE CONTRAT, that excelent and recently erected RESIDENCE of Mr. Lang, situated at the Corner of Kent and Bathurst-streets, in Sydney. The House com prises in the attic, 21 rooms and 3 bed-rooms *upon the first floor, 2 parlours upon the ground floor, with store, closet, pantry, &c. complete, coach-house, stable for 2 horses, kitchens, bake. house and oven, with servants lofts, &c. detached. The house and ground comprise a frontaige of 70 feet in breadth, and a depth of 120 feet. There is a well of water, capable of supplying the whole of the immediate neighbourhood, even in the driest seasons. This Property is in the most substantial state of repair, and a really good residence. CONDITIONS OF PAYMENT. Good bills at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months' date, will be taken Purchaser to pay his own conveyanc...

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TO SIR GEORGE MURRAY, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, &c. &c. &c. Sydney, New South Wales, Nov. 26th, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

To SIR GEORGE MURRAY, His Afajesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, 4c. 4c. 8cc. Sydney, New South Wales, Nov. 26th, 1828. Sin, I had the honour of addressing a letter to you on the 17th instant; since which it has oc curred to me, that to illustrate my remarks or suggestions by one or two facts, might he expe dient, if not necessary, addressing you, as I do, at a distance of 16,000 miles. At the same time Sir, I am well aware, that with an officer of State of such high rank as yourself, brevity is an essential part of a Correspondent's discretion. I therefore will, as concisely as I am able, take the liberty of stating to you a few circumstances connected with the alienation of lands here, by His Excellency Governor Darling. THERE was in Sydney a very ancient man, some eighty years of age, I believe an old pensioned soldier, remarkable for his venerable appearance, and great stature. This man, a native of Ireland, took possession of a beautiful spot situate in one o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

iG.kMa Ms SPYfAIE B EG to acquaint their friends and the public, that in the course of the ensu ing week, their stores in George Street. will be OPENED with a most extensive assort merit of every description of goods, receiv ed from their frieaes in London, per Co ronet, consigned to them. They are there fore enabled to offer themit lower prices than any other house in the Colony. LADIES' SILK DRESSES. Rich Gros de Naples 1 of the newest fashions Italian nett from Harman & Co. French lilac 114, Regent Street. HABERDASHERY. Comprising silk buttons, ornaments, trim mings, puffings, fringe, bead and bugle trimmings, an extensive assortment of cot ton balls, reel cottons, stitching thread, marking cotton, wire thread, colored thread, tapes, stay laces, pearl shirt buttons, hooks and eyes, sewing silk, silver thimbles, pins, Whitechapel and silver and gold-eyed needles. 1l ILLINER Y. Consisting of ladies' silk benets full trimmed ; fancy straw, Dunstable, Leghorn, and British Leg...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Sydney 18th November, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. o Sydney 18th Noremnber, 1823. Ma. MONJITOR, IT being Sunday, and the last gong of Saint John's Church, i'arramatta, having announced the appointed hour for the sombre devotees of remorse to atone for their gains-gains made without restitution ; and the privileged sons of pleasure to resume their favourite sports, I hasted to the wontted rendezvous ; but, lo! "the sign was altered."-Scorning to enquire the cause I left the scene of my recent delights and repaired to the other temple of Mercury and liacchus, determined to engage a private room for the remaining Sundays of the season ; but ere I could obtain a direct answer to my proposal, 'Mr. Boniface was beckoned aside, and I overheard his cautious spouse telling him, that the Clerk of the Course, who was just gone to Church to lead the singing, on my approach, had recognised me as the unlucky brother who had been fleeced the Sunday before ; and it was whispered at the Parsoungo, where every secret is first k...

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Hill's Tavern, November 24th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 November 1828

Hill's Tavern, November 24th, 1828, To THE EDITOR OF. THE AUSTRALIA$. SIR, You have been pleased in your. Journal of 21st instant to say, that the Government had calles) Jury to enquire into the pecuniary claims upon cer individuals indebted to it by note, bonds or otherwliej and further to state,,that that Jury was compose " the lowest Publican.." With the libel 'on the GO+ vernment, which is contaixied in this paragraph,1 bait nothing to do, and' with the number of the Publicans on the Jury. I have also nothing. to do; whether. them were four:or more on the Jury I care not. All I bad to say to you is this, that I was one of. them, and thi I am not a " low Publican," nor were the other thru " low Publicans." Icamne to-this- Colony in fully respectable a capacity as yourself, and have condiuct myself as well. And i-consider Sir, your. calling.eithj them or mne " low," was on your part a piece of an> gance, which says as little for your judgment, as i does for your modesty. You we...

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