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NEWS BY THE MANLIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

NEWS BY THE MANLIUS. THis %essel has arrived at Hobart Town, and The Wave brought up her mail. 'lTihe Manlius left England the 17th of July; and Morning Chronicles inclusive of that date have come to our hand. We see no particular allusions to trade and agriculture. We conclude therefore, that things have gradually mended at home; not sufficient to make the poor merry, but sutticient to chase away unusual suffering. The King continues healthy and popular; the t, ellington Ministry settled, and almost unopposed, whether in or out of Parliament. With respect to the New South Wales Bill, we perceive in the Chronicle of the 9th July, the following notice thereof. HOUSE OF LORDS-TUESDAY, JULY.8. " Mr. Crafer, from the Treasury, presented an ac count of the Income and Expenditure of the United Kingdom from 1813 to 1828, which, on the motion of the Earl of Malnsbury, was ordered to be printed. " Sir Alexander Grant, and others from the Com mons, brought up the Constabulary Act Amendment Bi...

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

BIRMZING~IAr , AND SHEFFIELD WAREHOUSE. vW 1 MACDONALD begs leave to return his I V sincere Thanks to his Friends and the I Public, for the liberal Encouragement, he has hitherto received, and informs them, that he has a been at a great expence in enlarging his Shop, r and fitting up an, extensive sh.w-ttoom, which I will be hereafter known by the Name of " THE B BIRMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD CUT- i LERY and IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE," I 68, George-street, where ke has on SALE the I following GOODS ; viz. LAMPS, &c. Pedestral, gilt, bronzed, and japanned, bed .room ditto, sideboard, telescope, and plain do. hall, stair case and cabin, Liverpool patent or mrill ditto, with reflectors, bracket and standing ditto, clock and night - ditto, floating lights or candles, in boxes of 365 lights, at 12s. 6d. per box. Also, extra moons and chimnies, and a 1 -or re ass'rtmeut of spare glasses, cotton and -icis,japuaned lanterns, pocket, with bull's eye -Or without, watchmen's and dark ditto. Als...

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle, of July 17th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

Extractr flruom ihe A ornirn GrCiwon ide, of J.zy 17 th. In this ccuntry, and we RUpp (,5C in every othlel, i, it quite c(Jmnicmfl with1 -the zwCb of hig:: bý,"' 1c·w JiU! to look only .to the syrnptums, ::nd net o etic diri:.ua?'. Hcnce tote aninlosity , ainF7 the Ci'thoi'.c Prie'rnoocl, iitfallil i-6 Mr. 'Conncl , a;-il the Caltllclic .'ts~ac!a'ton ; and~ the ;dlei, ~o g'teurallv entei t:A'ucdl. ~at N.' r. (.)'Con1n-l is the cause of nil the agitati:in whkvhi talc.d Pl:"ce in 1r-land. It i.i ytl)jr.3lCd !y t:i sai~it! class of reiisoneir, that tVI'` li0c, w'.4-" - It, in.'t fir: Mlr. O'Connell and the 1r~~~ta ~ic~i~s~ the peo:i: Ought tQ l f-.)r nothing--thia.t 1;e pnwu er of the i ricsts ovCr thie F i :pientr i .. .d inll'.rts such a prustritairei of thr, w·'!l rirrl the uutezstanding on the part of the 1btt~r, :Lt it iss iulnut.:l (i:1 ! r what object ,the power is exerted. his is ta a very superlicial view of what is now going otaki t:eland. oi o .A writer in the last number of...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS MILITARY PUNISHMENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

From the Morning Citronicle of the 8h July. HOUSE OF COM IONS, MILITARY PUNISHMENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MR. STEUART, in bringingforward his motion for Papers relative to the trial and punishment of two privates named Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompson, of the 57th Regiment, which took place at Sydney, in November, 1826, entered into the details of the case. From the Hon. Member's statement it appear ed, that these persons had been found guilty of a larceny and sentenced to seven years' transportation. This sentence was commuted by the Governor (.o-. lenel Darling), to working ont the public roads in irons. for that tinte, after which they wereto return to their reg!imnent. The men were clothed in felons' clothes and drummed out of the regiment as rogues.; So se vere was their punishment, that Stdds, who, with his fellow-prisoner, had been heavily ironed, was taken ill and died in a few days. He agreed that it might be necessary in some cases to invest the Governors of distant Colonie...

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

SALE BY AUC I'ION. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. SALE Or CATTLE, PINE WIVOLED EWES, AND HORSES. O N the 11th of December 1812', will be p~rt -up by PUBLIC AUCTION, by MR. ROBERT COOPER, at 11 o'Clock. a beautiful chesnut mare in foal by Bay Camierton, 16 hands high; a famous hunt ing mare that will draw any sort of carria.e in harness, and is nearly thorough bred. A Bay Camerton filly, 3 years old, 15 bands high; not yet broken in, believed, to be in foal by Herald. A dark bay gelding, black points, bas been handled, is quiet and about 15L hands higk? A. blood mare of the Hector breed, and'a Sattellite foal with here; 100 young Merino ewes of. the finest wool in the Co lony,which will speak for themselves, being unshorn, Saxon rams with the ewes since the 6th of November; 1 Saxon ranm, fleece on; 4 Merino ranim ileeces on; 30 fat bullocks; 8 working oxen broken into yokes, 30 three and four-year-old heifers in calf, and calved, well bred; 15 dairy cows, broken into milk without the calf and...

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

JUNIUS. H-IS famous Hlorse will stand for the ,L season on the premises of the Proprietor .Mr Andrew Nash, Parramratta.-Terms, Ttree Guineas Stg. groomnage included, yable on the 1st day of neIt year. This borse is limited to fifty Mares, therefore ely application must be made. No comn plenta it is conceived need be made ujon JUNIUS .--(N. B. lie is sure. But in case of amissing, nothing will be charged next season, Mr. Nash's object being to perpetuate his JTO SERVE MARES 'THil SEASON. :I' Macquarie Plains iBathurst.-At £4. * 10Os. Sterling, Groom's fee included. All ,penses to be paid before the 15th January J829 The horse will be limited to 40 SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old, got by " Steel ap" out of " Black Susan" by t' Old lec "ir., Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes the last Sydney Meeting, beating the ize colt Bennelong and two others. He is allowed to be the hanlsomest horse the Colony. He will be sent to Bathurst mediatly after the ensuing races at Parra atta. SALAD I...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 6, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 December 1828

THE MODNITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 6, '1828 Tas Official Journal was pleased lately to answer an article in our Contemporary which censured the present administration for its legal proeeedings against certain debtors to the Government. We think it worth while to analyse the Official's reply. " But so grateful have some of these individuals acted, that their bonds have been contemptuously dis honored, and the Government dared to do its worst. Others hate cunningly contrived to make themselves bankrupts, and have thus juggled the Crown out of its undoubted rights. Insulted and tricked in this manner, could the Government slumber at their post ? Would it not have been abundantly justified in plying the most rigorous engine of coercion with which it is awned by the Constitution? But notwithstanding all this provocation, the utmost practicable leniency has been shewn." HERs are two descriptions of debtors pointed out. Those who have dared the Government to do its worst ; and othe...

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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To the readers of the Monitor.-Gentilemcn ,C rank. and civil and' fi~itary officers, whether subscribers to Sthis journal or not; are informed, that it will be es teemed a favour if they will transmit t., tlhe office of the Monitor a memorandnm o iany birth, death, or marriage which inay take place in their famil es or among their connexiolns either in the Colony or in England. The form and style of such communiro-' tions, will be implicitly observed by our printer, as it is wished to make this journal a register of incidents of this kind, as well for the gratinlcation of cur Co loniiil, as of our foreign readers. rm _ _ _ l. - --t- . . . .. . .. . . GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, ANov. 21, 1829. W HERIEAS the charge of one-half per Cent. which has been heretofore enacted on all Spirits, lodged in the Bonded. Warehouse for, .'the payment of duty, has been discontinued, and it. is expedient in lieu thereof, to establish rates of Warehouse Rent on...

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INPORTANT CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

INPORTANT CHANGES:. CARD.-Beverly begs to apprise his friends of' the Anti-theatrical Club, that important business. requires their punctual attendance on Sisday night, immediately after the close of the evening service at - , to present the patriotic CECVI; with an address forhis meritorious services in as sisting:to shackle the Press when the Stamp Act was agitated--for discovering libel in the last Monitor-and calling upon the learned magis., trates and law officers to attend to tlt patriotic. declaration-" THE SOONER THE FREEDOM OF' THE PRESS 18 EXTINCT THE BETTER I" Ceci1,, says report, goes to St. Kitts in the Munchausen 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 Of? cers wit/h pcnalty on penalties, armed, like Sarmp. 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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POSTSCRIPT TO THIS DAY'S MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

POSTSCRIPT TO THIS DAY'S MONITOR. A host of enemies have appeared in the Officini Journal, raging lik'e so many wild beasts. They rack their invention to express their scorn and contempt of our late Inbours ; but if their con tempt were not feigned, 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, thery nick-names, their bullyings, their woenaces, their niashings of teeth, and paroxyarns 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 have 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. Bet unhappily for our own gratification, we must attend in our next. to the claimhs of about three hundred out of the five of our w...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. MILITARY PUNISHMENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

From the Mlorning. Chronicle of the 8h July. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MILITARY PUNISHMENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Mn. STEUART, in bring??g forward his motion for Papers relative to the trial'and punishment of two privates named Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompson, of the 57th Regiment, which took place at Sydney, in November, 1826,. entered into the details of the case. From the Hon. Member's statement it appear ed, that these persons had been found guilty of a nlarceny arid sentenced to seven years' transportation. This sentence was commuted by the Governor (Co .enel Darling), to working on the public roads in irons for that time, after which they were to return to their regiment. The men were clothed in felons' clothes and drummed out of the regiment as rogues. So se vere was their punishment, that Sudds, who, with his fellow-prisoner, had been heavily ironed, was taken ill and died in a few days. IIe agreed that it might be necessary in some cases to invest the Governors of distant Colonies ...

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle, of July 17th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

Extracts .from the Morning Chron idcle, of July 17th. In this country, and we suppose in every other, it is quite common with the mob of high and low life to look only ',t the tqynptoms,, and hot to the disease. Hence the animosity against the Catholic Priesthood, against Mr. O'Connel', and the Catholic Association ; and the id-'n, so generally entertained,' that Mr. (.Y'C:inell is the cause of all the agitation which takcs place in Ireland. It is supplosed by this sapient class of reasoners, that the peoophl, were it not for Mr. O'Connell and the Priests-that the feelings' of the p.,ple o:;ght to go for ini.:.hing.-that the power of the P'riests over the peopl! is absolute, and implies such a jirostrntirn of the w:11 a:!nd tie understanding uoi the part (;t' .1t ltt ,?r, that it~ is ltu?ateril for what :bject the power is exerted. This i's taking a very superficial view of what is now going on in Ireland. A writer in the last number of the W"estminster Review in an article on Scott...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

JUN IUS. T?HiIS famous Horse will stand for the season on the premises of the Proprietor Mr. Andrew Nash, Parramatta.-Terius, ''tree Guineas Sty,. groImtage included, poyable on the 1st day of next year. 'T'his horse is limited to fifty ;Mares, therefore early application must be made. No cornm went 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 rase.) TO SERVE MARES THIS 'H EASON. A T Macquarie Plains L3athurst.-At £4. 10s. Sterling, Groori'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 " Steel trap" out of " .B.ack usan" by " Old i lec tor." Spring-G un won the P-roduce Stakes at the last Sydney Meeting, beating the prize colt Bennelong and two others. lie is allowed to be the hansoluest Gorse in the Colony. He will be sent to Buthurst immediatly after the en...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

SYD)NEtY MAKIUET Vrice of wheat on Thºurndhy lta, 11R.---1ni?4, 9s. Fine 1Flour, iunrker'n, 9thu. #Vtconde 24s. seIg. 1)0, tJo. IDixoU'8 25g. U . «4, klv. 110. tio. C'oojrcr·'Fr·w, DO. :4,sd Nx R George *NIrrcI .Syd'iry ,Vert .Svee4 Hah~Av ZI)ITMOU, P11IN'IJC, AND) 1JVU16UVIDV UARY 'Git pL0) JIIk.TJ44 iRI)A~i L3U1'3 )AV

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

M)tpping *ntelligenre. Arivals.-On Tuesday the ship Wave, Capt. Guern sey, from London the 8th of May, and Hobart': Town the 24th of Nov. Cargo merchandize.-On Friday the Currency Lass, from Port Dalrymple, on the 1:0th of Nov. Cargo slndries. Departures.-On Sunday the 30th. of Nov. the Marquess of Lausdolwn, and on Monday the Jst of Dec. the Dragon for Hobart Town,--On l'hursday the iart, for Tongataboo, the same day the Lambtlo?, for Port ,Stephens. IProjected Departurcs.-The J.ord Liverpool for Newcastle, this day.--The £i1zabeth and Mary, for Macquarie Island, on the 7th Instant.-The ElI:abetlh for New Zealandy on the 7th Instant.-?-The Celia, for th, Isle fl Frnceo, on the 10th Inst.--The EJl.t for.. London, on the 15th Instant. a. rr -- rw e -ma mm as us mra

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle of July 15th [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

Extracts from the Morning Chrwo nicle of July 15th Tit r jntIligcncc froimi Oporto receivcd y~stcrdaty, justifies thet tUnticiplatiem to which the oc counlit of the derfrnt on ttc 2J8tlIi unturn y led. 'The t1'oupn of l i giirI enzired E)1 orto, without t ppcii1on, ou t he ari. J uIr. th1 zIet :.iuihg of tIhat dy:, de ; meu;b,: ;: the Provisional Junta, seeing the hopelessness of their cause, agreed to abandon it, and provide for their own safety. Oporto was entered by tirhe advanced guard of the Miguelites, about nine o'clock in the iuorning. They are represented to have been in great force, and well provided with artillery. The Constitutionists have entirely disappeared ; Count Pldmella, Generals Saldanha, Stubbs, Villa Flor, and Taipa, went on board the Belfast steam boat. The Erglish 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

NOTICE TO THE P.UBLIC. To ther readers of the MAonitor.-Gentlk?In of ranrk, and civil and military officers, whc;her sulbscri,,rs to this journal or not, are informed, that it will be es teemed a favour if thecy will traIns.mitt thie ofice of h.Mlif Monitor a mecmorandum o Iany birth, death, or 'arriage which may take place in the:r famil es or among their ccnnexions either in the Colony or in England. The form and style of such comnuunica tions, will be implicitly observed by our p-inter, as it is wished to make this journal a register of incidents of this kind, as well for the graotication of our Co lonial, as of our foreign readers. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ogice, Nov. 21, 18'21. W HERIEAS the charge of one-half per Cent. which has been "heretofore enacted on all Spirits, lodged in the Bonded Warehouse for the payment of duty,.. has been discontinued, and it is expedient in lieu thereof, to establish rates of Warehouse Rent on all Spirituous Liquors hnd Tobadco so ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

WO Pu'TEF. AT WYArTT'S OLD ESTABLISHED CHEAP WAREHOUSE, N , ý -, Prm" sl S T': ? ,i WHti r CLEV7Y THING WILL BL SOLD FOR. Tr? VARLY L.JV P'1CES: THEY APrIV MARKED. SATIN and Sarsnet capital ri'bols, from 2d per yard $ich stamp Pad giircd gnure litto ditto Plain and 14u:red shtin and sarsanet bonnet do. Is Rich lute stricg and brocade ditto, is. 6d. artd upwards Black, white. and coloured satins, 5s. per yard Black and white ntobbinett veils 20s. to SOs, Ditto sarsanct and Gros de Naples, 5s. Rich url.ngs and cu hion thread lace, from Is. 64. to 20s. per yard 6-4 plain and figared bobbinett, very fine q'tality 4-4 rich figured ditto scarfe, 3 yards lung, £4 to £8 Ladies' lace caps, collars, pellerines, &c. 4 and 6-4 cambnric, joconet, hair-cord, mull, and tauiboured muslins from 2·. 6d. Ladies' worked mushn and lace dresses A variety of silk and cotton sha\wls 7.8 stout sheeting calicoes, from Gd. per yard, per 12-yard piece 4.4 fine shirting ditto, from 10d per ditto 7.8 Eng...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

T'O THlE EDITOR OF THE MbNITOR~ I take the earliest opportunity of. i you o.1 a few, out of the many depredatiotit fitted byl bushrangers, at-Upper Hunters Rivetr d-d the Goul- s burn. The stations of Capt. King, Capt:rWright, and-? M r. C. M. Doyle, have been robbed on the 2nd or 3rd' Instant, in the absence of the Overseer at the latter station- Three mei armed with bludgeons enteered the Overseer's house and took away everyr" thing portable, such as provisions, cooking .utensifls, . men and women's wearing apparel'and three sttind of arms; made the only two men on the farm grind for them, and afterwards bound them in the hut, and , 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 60 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....

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

DOM~ESTIC IN VULLIG INCE. t a lottorwhicb we haIvi ccolvcd from a friend at I.tntburstc b.heý-u Captainriturt'r expndliton Ipono 'º Wellington alley. Th*+' couran is to run dow tiu' Mac aerie River, ,And rude ra to Wellington. 2nlly I w Ul hoJludd4 or Cubbaaa water, wcntirned clyMr. Osley; and to asceerain whether itbe sa rap .lake or arm of the sea. The expedition 'howevqr is proaounced a burlesque ; and the mode"of conduct ig'tt crt'neous. 'Captain Sturt'may be a gooei stuffer f birds and collator of naturals, but to travel aid explore requlres a higher order of science tand experience than the Captain seems to posseas." ConoNEr's INousST.--A .Coroner's . Inquest w'as taken before Major Smpecthman, 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 examicild, and from his story, the Jury wore enabled' to come.-to a satisfac tory conclus...

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