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Ineligible to become Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 December 1828

Ineligible to become Members. 1. Those who refused to sign the " Begging Petition," (bat (N. B.) may obtain admittance by paying 51. to the headlcs of St. Jaics's for their arduous services in keeping the Editor of the Monitor out of his pew.) 2. Those that signed Mr. Barnet Levey's memorial for pernmissiou to open his Theatre, and thercby en deavouring to sap the foundation of our meetings, by dispensing to the people .intellectual in lieu of sensual pleasures. Nothing can atone for this of ~fnce, except the party procure a conviLtion of the Monitor for libel. S. Any that have advocated, or may hereafter seek for Trial by Jury and a House of Assembly, ex cept such person shall recant, and his recantation be publi:lhed for the bencfit of lr. ltuskisson and the 1Whig friends of liberty in general, both in and out of the Colony, in a leading article of the Syd ney Gazette. 4. Those who have drunk a toast disapproved by the RulTers, or that have been faithful in their friendship to the...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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Hill's Tavern, November 24th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 December 1828

Hill's Tavern, Noiember 24th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. SIR, You have been pleased in your Journal of the': 21st instant to say, that the Government had called a Jury to enquire into the pecunrary claims upon certain , individuals indebted to it by nate, bond, or otherwise,? and further to state, that that Jury was composed of " the lowest Publicans." With the libel on the Go vernment, which is contained in this paragraph, I have nothing to do, and witlh the number of the Publicans, on the Jury I have also nothing to do; whether there were four or more op the Jury I care not. All I have.. to say to you is this, that I was one of them, and thai' 1 am not a " low Publican," nor were the other three' " low Publicans."' I came to this Colony in fully as respectable a.capacity as yourself,.and have conducted .; myself as well. And I consider Sir, your calling either them or-me " low," was on your part a piece of arrde ganee, which says as little for your judgment, as It does...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 December 1828

To Tu" EDITOR O TNS MoNITOR. SIR, Having been led to understand, that you propose inserting a. paragraph in your Paper, to the effect that Lieutenant Do Ia Condamine'is:connected with certain mercantile speculations' ii" which'I act as Agent, I think it tight' to apprise'yoti,, that you have no just grounds for such am assertion, and that Mr. De la Condamihe is neither distinctly nor indistinctly inter ested in any columecihl' transaction, of which I ari the agent. I presume that the er'roneous opinion which yon entertain in this respect, may'orfiginate in my having received. cett.in goods :ly the Brig t' Miry", from Leith, the Bill, of lading for which was forwarded un der cover to Mr. De la Condamine, with a request that he' would place it in the hands of a respectable Merchant; It* was in consequence placcd in my handT, and subsequently I have been in direct communication with the. shippers, to whom I make all. remittances,, withoutc reference to Mr. de la' Condamine, and to whom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 December 1828

C IGES TO THE PUBLIC, ".e have to apologise to our ieaders for devo ting so mucih space to 'pure politics; to the, , omission of domesti& '.ii texlig rce. To piIhi ticians we need' mace ito' "?? , o ;-' readcrs. zie not p itf .' fsuch we ~hliave to ask pards:. fJare deMgi; theri - tlir s?:ial'o allowance of domestic .intelrgenne. S:But a crisis now'exists iit , hf n'e and if w ,e, were to '1old our peace, the stones would cry out. We trust we shbf ?l?e able to loay before our. snbsribers nex.t-elk -a pvst" large disla of most interesting gossip. \Q in our next. . To tAe readdrs of the 'Monitor..--Gentlemen of rank, and civil and military officers, whether subscribers to this journal or iot, are.iqformed, that it will be es wtemed a favour if ..tluy Wi111 transmit to the office of the Monitor a meniorndnm o fany birth, death, or ;Ta~rriage which may take place in their families or A?tmong their connexions either in the Colony or in SEngland'* The form pnd. style of such eommu...

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 December 1828

(D'meti .. * CRIMINAL COURT, (FRIDAY.) (BrforeiJ. Jrr. Jslo Dowling. AMatthew Miller, alias Muller; Waa-inditedl. for the wilful murder of Mary Ann, his wife,, on tew 9th of Nov. last. ' The unhappy couple had only been married fiTe weeks when the fatal catastrophe hap pened. Proof of the murder rested principally. on the priso'ner's confession, who acknowledged having strangled the deceased through a fit of. jealousy. Ttsere' was circumstantialevid6nce to prove the conm mission of the foul (lee1, and there was proof of the prisoner having absconded from his home, on the night of'.it having taking place. The prisonew called a number of highly respectable witneaseai wnlu spoke in strong terms of his good chanacte'r for six teen years in' the Coldny, during the whole of which time, he had officiated as a Constable; he had for fourteen years ,pr.eviouslybeen a soldier in the. Ger nian Legion Regiment. The. Jury found him guilty. The Judge assigned the unhappy culprit for executfion ,be...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 December 1828

OUR readers have heard, we dare say, within the last fortnight, of the intended disbandment of a corps sent to this Colony about two years ago, consisting of three companies, of seventy men each, called " The New.South Wales Royal Veteran Companies." This corps was raised, we suspect, at Mr. Bigge's sugges tion. It consisted 'of meritorious old non-commis sioned officers and privates, who had served as well in the cavalry as in the infantry, with their wives and children. Mr. B's idea was, to employ no freed over seers, but these old experienced Veterans in that ca pacity. Besides this Corps, another had also been sent out to the Colony previously, consisting of one full Company of " The Royal Stag" Corps." This Corps consists entirely of mechanics. They were sent out to fbrm the department of the Colonial Civil Engineer; and it was expected they would be employed in the construction of bridges in .the Cb lony &c. &c. O+ the arrival of the Veterans, the men were dis ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR; SIR, I take the earliest opportunity of informing you i a few, out of the many depredationscommitted by bushrangers, at Upper Hunters River and the Gg'. ? burn. The stations of Capt. King, Capt. Wright,. al Mlr. C. Ml. Doyle, have been robbed on the 2nd or 3. Instant, in the absence of the Overs.eer at'the'latt@ei station. Three men armed with bludgeons'enter~i the Overseer's house and took away every thing portable, such as provisions, cooking ,utenDil,, men and women's wearing apparel and three stand$ arms; made the only two men on the farm grind f them, and afterwards bound them in the hut, an4' previous to their departure they swore they would have killed the Overseer had he been at home. As it is reported there are many of these banditti,. amounting to 50 or G60 up the Goulburn, it is hoped the Government Authorities will send a more efficient force to suppress their outrages, as Settlers in these quarters are under a necessity of sending for the a...

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Hunters River, Not. 22nd. 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

Hunters Riter, Nov. 22nd.' 1828. To TlHE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIRI IT being an indisputable fact, that the vigilance and independence of the Monitor affords at present the only effectual control over the measures of the local Government, I am extremely sorry to hear, that you entertain a thought of disposing of the Copy-right of a Journal so useful and necessary to the best intcrests, of this rising Colony, the community 'as we I as .His Majesty's Cover tsent, woud puffer as irreparable loss by such a .change, the reaaons yu -sign or doing are 1 readily admit but too just. The peorl seem insensible of the eminent services yo. pe hve rendered the Colony, through the medium of hour paper, and they appear equally regardless of their rights as Englishmeen, by their pusillanimous conduct in supporting a Journai which a large ajority o them iamst cordially detest. What my dear Sir, 3i th'e increa,:in opulence of our citizCe7n or the mrag nitude and commercial importance of our towns tou...

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POSTSCRIPT TO THIS DAY'S MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

POSTSCRIPT TO THIS DAY'S MONITOR. A host of enemies have appearcd in the Official Journal, raging like so many wild beasts. They rack their invention to express their scorn and contempt of our late labours ; but if their con tempt were not teigned, it would express itself in neglect. Their fury therefore exhibits to the world the strength of their own venal fears, the 'power of our pen, and the force of our statements. All their personalities, their nick-names, their bullyings, their menaces, their knashings of teeth, and paroxysms of despair, are the finest compliments that our talents and integrity can possibly receive. We sin cerely thank them. We regret, that as we have the inclination and the ability, we Lave not room in our weekly publication to chastise them as they de serve: It would be pleasure and amusement to us, to combat them one and all. But unhappily for our, *own gratification, we must attend in our next to the claims of about three hundred out of tihe five of our wo...

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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 — 6 December 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATION COF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THB MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 2nI nd. Sunday in Advent. dj.j High Water 30 m. p. 8 morn.--54 m p. 8 Nt SSun rises 54 in. p. 4.-Sets 6 m. p. 7. I I High Water, 15 min. p. 9 Morn.-37 m. Sp.9 Night. E High Water 10 in the Morn.-20 .a. p. 10 Night. "-,Night. + "High .Water, 11 min. p. 11 Morn.-26 m. p. 11 Night. )! S I High Water, 45 m. p. 11 Morn. "I High Water, 10 min. p. 12 Morn.--36 m. p c[ 12 Afternoon. THURSDAY ......72l89 78 N. E. Fine [ RIDAY ........... 75887( Do. Do. S TURDAoY........ 73 86 75 Do. Do. SUN DAY. ........ 17588 76 Do. Do. MONDAY ........ .7387 75 S. E. Do. TUESDAY ........ 751'8876 N. E. Cloudy WEDNSDAY.... .. 21 N E. Cloudy

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle of July 15th [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

Extracts from the' Morning Chlro nicle of July 15th TiEr intelligence from Oporto received yesterday, justifies the nnctiipation to which the at count of the defet on the 2!8th naturally led. The troops of Mi guel entered Oporto, without 'opposition, on the 3rd. July. On the mzortiing of that day, the niumb!,rsr of the Provisional J unta, seeing the hopelessness of their cause, agreed to abandon it, and provide for their own safety. Oporto was entered by the advanced guard 'of the Miguelites, about nine o'clock in the morning. They are represented to have been in great force, and well provided with artillery. The Constitutionists have eniirely disappeared ; 'Count Palmella, Generals Saldanha, Stubbs, Villa Flor, and Taipa, went on board the Belfast steam boat. The English in Oporto were naturally under great apprehension, from the excesses of a triumphant soldiery ; but hitherto the peace of the place has not been disturbed. This had given courage to the Eng lish who tiad embarked, ...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

SYDNEY MARJKET Price of wLeat on Thursday Inst, Il..s--MsiiB N Fine Flour, Barker's, 25s. Seconds 24s. 0U: 1 Do. do. Dixon's 25S. Do. 24s. st. Do. do. Cooper's, 24s. Do. 226. s6W:' No, 81 6eorge Street Sydney. New South EDITED,..PRIN'EUR, AND. PU'DBUISD, ' DY THE PROPIlIETO , EDWARD iMJTH hAILL..

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

Arrivals.-On Tuesday the ship Wave, Capt. Oper' sey, from London the 8th of Nay, and Jiobitt Town the 24th of Nov. Cargo erch.e'i,? ; Friday the Curr?ncy Lass, front Port Dal8T? P the 30th of Nov. Cargo sundries. Departures...-On Sunday. the 30th of Nov. {, Miarquess of Lansdouwn, and on Monday the ?Jt O.I: Dec. the Dragon for Hobart Town.-On Thusd4 the D'rt, for Tongataboo, the same day the Lam bS' for Port Stephens. Projected Dcpartures.--The Lord Liverp9l Newcastle, this day.--The Elizabeth and Mnryr f Macquarie Island, on the 7th Instant.-The b?,l , for New Zealand; on the 7th Instant.-The Celia,? the Isle of, France, on the 10th Inst.-The )llaire London, on the 15th Inatant. JA3lr

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INPORTANT CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

INPORT?ANT CHANGES. CADnn.-Beverly begs to apprise his friendsof: the Anti-theatrical Club, that important busines requires their punctual attendance on Sunday night, immediately after the close of the evening' service at' --, to present the patriotic'Cscrt, with -an addiress for his meritorious services inat? sisting to shackle the Press when the Stamp ACir was agitated-for discovering libel in the liif Monitor-and calling upon the learned mntgi trates and law officers to attend to this patriodi declaration-" THE SOONER THE FREEDOM 0?; '~IIE PIIESS IS EXTINCT THE BETTER!" .Cei) says report, goes to St. Kitts in the Munchause' Balloon, "the last refuge of a scoundrel," to' write down the noisy journals of that neglected. island. Cant (expired of exhaustion) is succeeded. by the adroit " Sinceritas," backed by Law 0~,6 cers withi penaltl on penalties, armed, like Samp. son, with the jaw-bone of British Statutes.-: Veritas,. no longer to be seen in the Gazette,; ashamed of his raving ...

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle of July 16th. HOUSE OF COMMONS. MR. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

!lxtracts from the Morning Chro nicle of July 16th. HOUSE OF COMMONS. MR. O'CONNELL. Ma, O'BRIEN rose to present a Petition (as we un "itood him) from, certain Freeholders of the County Clare. The Honourable Mlember was inaudible in gallery, and the Speaker having taken the Petition, certain parts which set forth, that at the late ton for the County of Clare, Daniel O'Conncll, ' had a nominal majority of votes ; but that the tors had voted for him, when it was notorious to that he was a pcrson totally disqualiSied to sit in ent. The Petitioners submitted that the returnn 0 said Mr. O'Connell was illegal, and prayed the e, atthe Right }lonourable V. Fitzgesaid might foith thconsidered as the sitting Member. at? Speaker observed, that the -iou e was incom tttou decide the question, the only tributal being an Election Commnuitee. The Honourable Member might exercise his discretion whether he would pre sent the Petition as ani Election Petition or not. It was competent to himu to presen...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

To CORR1ESPONDENT.--Advertisen?ents sent to this oftce mrnst specify on the face of them the number of times they are to be advertised, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded. Several letters addressed to uts, are lying in the Post Office, but not being post-paid we cannot draw them. ----- ....--- - e -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

ATl' WYA'TT'S OLD ESTABLISHIED CHEAP WAREHOUSE, NO. 16, PITBT ST.?r~ET, WJgRIE EVERY TtiING WILL IE SOLD FOR TIE VERT LOW PRICES THEY ARE MARKED. SATIN ad Sarsuet capital ribbons, from 2d per yard R.ich stamp and figured gauL e ditto ditto Plain and figured satin and sarsauet bonnet do. Is Rich lute string and brocade ditto, Is. 6d. and upwards Black, white, and coloured satins, 5,. per yard Black and white t,obbinxett veils 20's. to 80s, Ditto sarsanet and Gros de Naples, 5s. Rich urlings and cushion thread lace, from Is. 6d. to 20s. per yard 6-4 plain and figured bobbinett, very fine quality 4-4 rich figured ditto scarfs, 3 yards lung, £4 to £8 Ladies' lace caps, collars, pcllerines, &c. 4 and 6-4 cambric, jocoet, unir-cord, mull, and tamboured muslins from 2.l. Gd. Ladies' worked muslih and lace dresses A variety of silk and cotoia snawls 7-8 stout sheeting calicoes, from Gd. per yard, pel 12.yard piece 44 fine shirting ditto, from 10d per ditto 7.8 English prints fast co...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. In a Ietter which we have received from a friend at Bathurst, he says " Captain Sturt's expedition is gone to Wellington Valley. Their course is to run down the Macquarie River, and return to Wellington. 2ndly to visit the Budda or Cobbaun water, mentioned by Mr.   Oxley; and to ascertain whether it be a swamp or lake or arm of the sea. The expedition however is pronounced a burlesque ; and the mode of conduct ing it erroneous. Captain Sturt may be a good stuffer of birds, and collator of naturals, but to travel and explore requires a higher order of science and experience than the Captain seems to possess." CORONER'S INQUEST.--A Coroner's Inquest was taken before lMajor Smeethman, Coroner for the Sydney district, in the forenoon of Sunday last, on view of the body of Mr. Joseph Lowe, residing in Elizabeth Street, who came prematurely to his death. There was but one witness examined, and from his story, the Jury were enabled to come to:a satisfac ...

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To the ill-paid Editor of the Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

To t,te ill-paid Editor of the Gouernment Gtazette. S I R, The most imposing wel-written article that I have for some time observed in your Journal, appeared on Friday the 28th Nuvemnber, occupy ing the whole of the sixth coiumn of your se cond page. .Yeritra, you are aware Sir, insinu ated that the Monitor had miade a tender of his services to Government, and tlhe latter repelled the accusation by an explanuatikn of facts--which explanation though very satislactory, drew from you an inference that the " ilonitor did actually ,wish, and did actually tender" a change of f oli ties in favour of Government. General Darling, it is reported as fact, becam e jealous of a Free Press, and published an Act in Council (which, act, supposed to lie illegal, was suspended). imposing a duty, of fourpence on each n,:wspaper, &c. &c. The public became greatly alarmed. The Colonial Editors renmon strated; but finding remonstrance ineffectual, t'iev denounced-they railed-and as an exp...

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle, of July 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

Extracts fromn the Morning Chro nicle, f July 14th. We received yesterday, through the usual channels, the Paris Piipers of Thursday, and the Gazette de France of Friday. In the Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday, the -subject of discussion was Primary Instruction. The Commission had observed that the most powerful encouaagenment was liberty, and did not recounuend any grant of money for that ob ject. lM. Chas. Dupin observed it was not the want of liberty, but poverty, which was the great obstacle in the way of primary schools. Out of the thirty eight thousand communes in France there were fourteen thousand without primary schools; but they were not without them from any refusal. " If you except Paris (he said), and the very fertile or very industrious districts, you will find immense parts of our territory in which the human species has not on an average forty centimes a day to expend on lodging,. subsistence, fire, dress, and pleasures, if pleasure can penetrate into communes struc...

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