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Hunters River. Nov. 22nd, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

" ZIrronr IRiver. NVor. ^.2rt. 1828. 'I0'ornir Ei1 'iou1 VI fill' MON 1'h Pr bhiwi;c an, ii IiiputhhI~h fu(ct, fih:t tho vigilanrc rail idtjclsi'n iti (f tist Monlittor ,ifrtlr uºt Irrecxt t tim itI,I. u'nºº~ t I suni c:.t rtti'iuiy sorry tri iieer, thIatu yuu t'rIr trrtuIm It ) If Ell;ItflhKnl on f Ibo (of the py righl if gt' . au riNIrl ColIrony, tlh rcommitcy as w'Il am Ills bliicety's Oovurmnnit, would #uctle an IrrCi~rPutI Ioss by such a chbange, tihe reasons you ass:gn for doing are I readily admit but too just. The peopl seem insensible of the eminent services you hsve rendered the Colony, through the medium of your paper, and they appear equally regardless of their" rights as Englishmen, by their pusillanimous conduct¢ in supporting a. Journal which. a large majority ofP them most cordially detest. What my dear Sir, is thq increasing opulence of our citizens or the snag nitude and commtreial importance of our towns to us,# so long as the noble Institutions of our tore-father...

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To the ill-paid Editor of the Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

To the ill.paid Editor of tle Gouvrrnment Gazetic. Sin, The most imposing well-written article that I have for some time observed in your Jouria,,, appeared on Friday the 28th Novembecr, occirpl. ing the whole of the sixth colunui of your .e cond page. Veritve, you are aware Sir, nsin?,u. atedl thit the Monitor ýlud made a tender of Ihi services to Government, and tho latter, repelhUde the accusation by an explanutjon of facts--wlhip oxplanation though very satlsfactory, tldrew (tau you an infertee that tie " Monlitor ;id actually wblsh, an d did actually tender" a cthange of .u:. ºj tics in favour of Governmcnt, aeneral Darling, it-is:reported as fact, becam e jealous of a Free Press, and-published an Act., in i rCouncil (which act, supposed tt be illegal, was suspended), imnposing a duty of fourpence on each newspaper, &c. &c. The public became greatly alarmed. .the Colonial Editors reumon strated; but finding remonstrance ineffectual, they denounced--they railed-a...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

THEa WMONITOR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1828. Tra O>licial Journal was pleased lately to answer an article in our Contemporary which censured the present administration for its legal proceedings against certain debtors to the Govc','nment. We think it worth while to analyse the Of()icial's reply. " But so grateful hare some of these ir.ndvid(als acted, that their bonds have been contemptuously dis honored, antl the Government dared to do its worst. Others hbae cunningly contrived to make themselves bankrupts, and have thus jjug;led the Crown out of its undouhbted rights. Insulted and tricked in this manner, could the Gouvernment slumber at their post ? Would it not have been abundantly justiticd in plying the most rigorous engine of coercion with which it is armed by the Constitution ? But notwithstanding all this provocation, the utmost practicable leniency has been shcwn." lHERn are two descriptions of debtors pointed out. Those who have dared the Gcvcrnment to do its worst ; and ot...

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

N EWS BY TH HALIU . Tris , essel has arrived at Hobart Town, and The WI'ae brought up her nmail. 'l'he Maulius left England the 17th of July; and Mlorning Chronicles inclusive of that date have come to our hand. e e eee no p)articular allusions to trade and agriculture. We conclude therefore, that things have gradually mended at h:ome; not sufficient to make the poor merry, but sul cie:ut to chase away unusual sut'ering. The Kin?r. contilnues healthy and popular ; the 1\ ellingaton M.inistry settled, and almost tunopposed, vhetler ia or out of Parliament. \ith respect to the. New South1 VWales Bill, we perceive in the Chronicle of the 9th JIuly, the following notice thereof. HI-OUSE OF LOR.DS--Tu Eso ', JuL:" S. " lIr. Crafer, fromn the 'reasury, presented an ac. count of the Income and Ixpcrnditure of the United Kingdom from 1813 to 1 828, which, on the mnotion of the Earl of Mbuilasbhury, was ordered to be printed. "' Sir Alexander (Grant, and others from the Com mons, broughlt tu...

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Extracts from the Morning Chroncile, of July 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

.s. exiract .H t th Mornihg Chtro nicle, Jf- Jly 14/ih. We receivrel yesterday, through the usual channels, the IParis Papers' of T',1i:r..,.y, and' the Gazette de France of Friday. In the Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday, the subiject of discussion was Primary Inst,rti.u.ti.n. The Coin nission had observed that the nuco:t, porwerful encolrag?ement was liberty, and did not ret onminend any rrlant nof nm;ncy for that ob ject. nM. C!hs. hi.) in os!;srved it was not the want of lib,,rty, but povetrty, whbiclh was the great obstacle in the way of pi)r:ary t cho.,lb. Out of the thirty eight tlhu,; -iand co:atnUni.-s in Fra::cie tlhere were fos?'rteen thousand withlout primarnrv echools ; but they were nr,t withlu:t them from ayv rem'csal. " If you excxpt P'aris (he said), iaidl the very fertile or very industrious d;srricts, you will fiid inmmucnse varts of our tcrr:t.ory in 'rhichi the human species hap not on an avcrage f.'rty centimes a d,.y to expen-Ir on lodg!,ing, -ubsitc htce, fir...

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Extracts from the Morning Chronicle of July 16th. HOUSE OF COMMONS. MR.O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

Extracts from thre Mýýorning· n fir nicle of JuLq~ 15th. HOUSE OF COQI.MMONS. hill. U'CONNE:LL., MR, O'B3RIFN rosC to pres"'it a J'ctitiun (as ,re 1; - dcrbtood hint) from certmuha Fr.dholdh.rs of tlhe Cou ::z y Of Clnre. The I Iutioir:IjJLt- ,tc wns inmºciibI( in te gallery, Land the Speaker having tah.yn the Petitiirn, read certain parts which ,;et Furth, tha: at thae ILate tIctioo for the County oi Clare, Daninil O'Conn: fl, IEc°r had a no minal n;!jority of vots; 'but that tlie lectors had voted fr him, when it was notnrious to thetia that hu 'vas a per:wm totally disqualifed to sit in Ihrlftnennt, Thme Petitioners sabmittcd that time retuarn of the said Mfr. O'Connell was islegnl, gand pram red thee NOuae that the I{i'lt [JononraJmj V. IPftz. -criad dight ý m Sp1eak;cr crstrye a, that IouH~ wrn, iraCo mna Z h ii ý. ý.1~1 :' :il an Election Coma Litee. The lionourable Member might exercise his di'.:ret'on whether he would pre sent the Petition as a..n la.eCL)tn Petitio u or not....

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

AND SHEFFIELD). WAREHOUSE. W MACDONALD begs leave to return his Y sincere Thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the liberal Encouragement he has hitherto received, and informs them, that he has been at a great expence in enlarging his Shop, -and fitting up an ,extensive Show-.toorm, which will be hereafter known by the Name of "''HE ,BIRMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD CUT LERY and IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE," 6,' George-atreet,i where lie has on SALE the 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 mill ditto, with refleetors, bracket and standing ditto, clock and night ditto, floating lights or candles, in boxes of 365 lights, at 12s. 6d. per box. Also, extramoons and chimnies, and a large assortment of spare glasses, cotton and wicks, japanned lanterns, pocket, with bull's eye or, without, watchmen's and dark ditto. Also, a few casks of lamp oiL GUNS, FOWI4N...

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

SALE BY AUCG'ION. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. SALE OP CATTLE, FINE WO(OLED EWES, AND HORSES. O N the 11th of December 18021, will be put up by PUBLIC AUCTION,' by MR. ROBERT COOPER, at 1t o'Clock. a beautiful chesnut mare in foal by Bay Camerton, 16 hands high h; a famous hunt ing mare that will draw any sort of carriage in harness, and is nearly thorough bred. A Bay Cainerton filly, 3 years old, 15 hands high; not yet broken in, believed to be in foal by Herald. A dark bay gelding, black points, has beeti handled, is quiet and about 15- hands high. A blood mare of the hector breed, and a Sattellite foal with herd 100 young Merino ewes of the finest wool in the Co lono, which will speak for themtnselves, being unshorn, Saxon rants with the ewes since the 6th of November; I Saxon ram, fleece on; 4 Merino rams fleeces 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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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATION OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 8 December 1828

DIARY. MBMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEIK. VARIATIONS GF THERMOMETER, &C. 'C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THR MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEcTIVELY. S 2nd. Sunday in Advent. SHigh Water 30 m. p. 8 morn.--54 m p. 8 Nt Sun rises 54 m. p. 4.-Sets 6 in. p. 7. I High WVater, 15 min. p. 9 Morn.---37 m. p. 9 Night. High Water 10 inthe Morn.--20 u. p. 10 e Night. , High Water, 35 m. p. 10 Morn.-48 m.p. 10 Night. S.. High Water, 11 min. p. 11 Morn.-26 m. p. 11 Night. P- I4_ High Water, 45 m. 11 Morn. m- High Water, 10 min. p. 12 Morn.--36 m. p r. I 12 Afternoon. THURDAY .......72 89 78N. B. Fine FRIDAY.......... 7588 7 Do. Do. SATURDAY........736 75Do. Do. SIUIDAY ..........75 8876 Do. Do MV4ONDAY ........73 75 S . Do. TUESDAY. ........ 75 8876 N. E. Cloudy WEIDNKJDAY...... 821 N E. Cloudy

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

SYDNEY MARKET Price of wheat on Thursday last, 9s.-.Msize'lls.. -Potatocs 18s. per cwt.--Fine Flour 23s. Stg. per' cwt.-Seconds 20s. ditto. No. 81 George Street 'Sydney Newr South7 N'?-le EDIT u*). PRIN'ED, AND PUBLISIIEB , BY TlHE PROPItiETUIrl,. EDWARD SMITH HALL..

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

.'b tpp tntE iittY , tg ÷ ar-. Airivals.-On, Sunday the brig Midas, from Cai cutta the 14th September, with a cargo of Patef Gram, on Government accouut, and tobacco, &c. 'Passenrers, Mr. Northwood, and Mr. A. Wrglit- On Tuesday, the NeIM. Zinlander, from New Zealaqnd] Nov. 26. with a cargo of flax, plank, &c. Departures.--On Sunday the 'Elizabeth and Mnaft for New Zealand.,--On Wednesday the tIunter,:l or* Newcastle: Projected Departures-The Snapper. for the Seal. fishery, and Lord Livorpool for Ne.wcastle thii3t a1; the Celia. a::d Tiger for the Isle of France the 14th inst. ; the W?we for Hobart Town the 16th ;;thbe Adamr ' for Bombay the 17th.; the Ellen for London' the 26th.

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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 — 13 December 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENUlIlNG WEEK. VARIATIONS OF TIEnRMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TUS MORuNINo, 1' AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING -RESPECTlVkLY. - 3rd. Sunday in Advent. I igh Water 6 m: p. 1 morn.--33 m, p" 1 Aft.?: S Sun rises 52 n. p. 4.--Sets ,8 i. p 7.. I First Quarter of the Moon, 44 mn'. p, 7 morn , High Water, 2 o'Clock Morn.--8 n.' p. 4 I 2 Aft. r· : zr |;;, High Water 59 mi. _p. 2Morn.-3? .u. p. ,3 E Aft. S High Water, 5 in. p. 4 Morn.-36 m. p. 4 S"- Aft. i High Water, 15 min. p. 4 Morn.-43 m. p 5 Aft. ) High Water, 12 m. p. 6 Morn.-46 m. p. 6 | Aft. I High Water, 13 min. p.,7 Morn.-36 m. p.. . SAfternoon. THURSDAY ...... 72183 76N. E, Fine FRIDAY.......... 70 8275 Do. Fine SATURDAY....... 68 79 76 . . Cloudy SUNDAv ........ G. , 80 74 Do. Do. MONDAY ....... 65 89 70 Do. 'Showery ' TUESDAY ........ 70 82j721N. E. Pine WEDNESDAY.... .. 5 76 Do. .Do.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

We beg to inform our Subscriiers boot in town, and country, they must consider the 'delivery of their :2ews papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the countiry, and to our news-carrier. as regards our friends in Town, a vtzlid delivery,, to them in law. respectively ; the same as if pu into their own hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requcsted to complain to us by letter; (postpaid) and, as far as we can, we will. remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the delivery of our Journal in a more effctual tnahi ner than thus set forth. This is the coisdition ?n which we sell our Jourial, an'd of which wd hereby request all. our Subscribers to. take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no' money, normake an? settlement on account. of the. Proprietor of ,thiJi Journal, without- demanding a PRINTED receipt signed by hiie in hisA owi prroper Ahrnd' writing. Money paid on his account without slch rec'eipt,; will not be ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, " - Male verum examtnat omnis corrupt Judex." HORACE THE letter on which I am about to offer a few cur sory observations, is of a very imposing cast; the writer, minion like, treads very sedately in .the old beaten track of the " paid organ of Government" using at every step, every artifice which his ingenuity could devise, to beguile the reader, stifle the voice of truth, and defame your character. This redoubtable author "Veritas," after sporting a little with " Jack the Giant Killer" and " Homer's Ilead," froposes to "perform (gratuitously nodoubt !) the part of a faithful critic, and point out to your readers, a few of the most brilliant parts of the fiction" contained in a letter addressed by you to the Honora ble Alexander M'Leay Esquire, Colonial Secretary; and published in the Monitor of the 10th Instant. Had doubts remained on my mind, as to the accus racy of the statements set forth in that letter, the very uncharitable method resorted to...

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Liverpool, Dec. 2, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

. Liverpool, Dec. 2, 1828. To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, The other day, the Police seized's drunken man with a sugee bag on his back, as he was endea vouring to proce.d on the road to Campbell Town ; they recognized him, as they thought, to be a bush ranger, but on a close examination, discovered their booty to be the " Liverpool Mail Bag! !" It is to be hoped this disgraceful mode of conveying the " Royal Mail" will be enquired into. I am; Sir, Your obedient Servant. VERITAS..

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

CRIMINAL COURT, MONDAY.-('Before the Hon. the Chief Justice.) James Holmes, Witlliam Owene; and Thomas Wigden were severally arraigned and pleaded Not Guilty, to ah information charging them with stealing in the dwelling house of Mr. James Hassal, on the 22nd of August last, sundry articles of pro perty belonging to the said Mr. James Hassal and others, and with putting the inmates in the said dwel ling house in bodily fear, &c. The first witness examined.was Mr. James Hassal. On the 22nd of 'last August, he left his stock station at Bathurst, to visit one further in the interior, and on his return about a week afterwards, he was in formed by the farm servants, that the station, during his absence had been attacked and plundered by bushrangers. William Hunter examined. I am a hired servant of Mr. James Hassal, and for some time past have lived at his farm, about seventy miles beybnd Bathurst. Mr: H. had left the station three days antecedent to its being visited by five or s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

COEiN & SPYER . EG to acquaint their friends and the 1 public, that in the course of the ensu ing week, their s~tortes in George Street. will be OPENED with a most extensive assort ment of every description of goods, receiv ed from their friends in London, per Co ronet, consigned to them. They are there fore enabled to offer themat lower prices than any other house in the Colony. LADIES' SILK DRESSES. iRich Gros de Naples of the newest fashions' Italian nett from Harman & Co. SFrench lilac 114, Regent Street. 1 HABERDASHERY. Comprising silk buttons, ornaments, trim Smings, puflings, fringe, !bead and bugle trimmingsi 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 anL silver and gold-eyed needles. MILLINERY. Consisting of ladies' silk bonnets full trimmed ; fancy straw, Dunstable, Leghorn, and ...

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NEWS BY THE MANLIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

NEWS BY. THBE MADTLIUS. (From the Morning Chronicle.) A Contemporary (The Globe), speaking of the discussion of the Giant for the strengthening the Canadian frontiers, observes : ' IN a few years (and the projected fortifications will not be completed in less time) our North American possessions will contain a population equal to that of the Uuited.States, when they separated from this country, If 'iich a population be desirous of continuing the union of Great Britain, it must be ab surd for the Americans to think of attacking it. Our North Americans Colonies have many advantages arising out of the connection with this country, which if not great in reality, are .certainly considerable both in the estimation of the colonists and of other people. 'They have the monopoly of our West' Indian lumber trade ; they have privileges in the importation of their productions into England, which no other nations en joy; and they have the benefit, unquestionably great and real, of almost entire e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

SALES BY AUCTION. LONDON PORTER. BY MR. BODENHAM. On Wednesday, the 16th Instant, at the Stores of Mr. James Simmons, on account of the shippers, without reserve, at 12 o'Clock precisely, S EVENTY Hogsheads of London Porter. CJ13 Skins of. newly imported tobacco. Terms---Under £20 cash ; above, good bills .at 3 Months. BY MIR. PRITCHE'I '. By Order of the Executors of Mr. Charles Hadley, at his former Residence, in the District of Evan, on Wednesday the 7th Day of January next.. HREE excellent small FARMS,- ithuate. in the District ofEvan, one of I ~0 Acres; and two of 40 Acres each ; two Brood Mares, and two Foals, one by Clydesdale, and the other by Camerton; two very good Draft Horses; one two-year old Colt, and one one-year old ColP, by Clydesdale; twenty nine hea? of horned Cattle, of the Breed of Mr. Baid .'ry. Terms--Cash for all Purchases under - 10.; three , months Credit on Purchases of £25 and upwards;,and isix months; on 350 rind upwards, on approved negociable bills, be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 December 1828

- t e, f rJUNIUS. T HIS famous Horse will stand for the I. 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 ment 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. AT Maccluarie Plains ·Bathurst.-At £4. 10s..L~ . Sterling, Groom's fee included. All expenses to be paid before the 15th January 18?2 The horse will be limited to 40 Mares. SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old, got by 4" Steel trap" out of " Black Susan" by "' Old Hec tor." Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes at the last Sydney Meeting, beating the Sprize 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...

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