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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 January 1827

MARRIED-This Morning at St. Philip's Church, by Special Li- cense, J. Thorp, Esq. Assistant Engineer, to Miss S. A. Garrett. DEATH.   BY an unfortunate mislaying of a paper, the Death of the LADY of GREGORY BLAXLAND, ESQ, a Justice of the Peace, and one of our oldest and most public-spirited Colonists; and which lamentable event took place at her residence in Hun- ter's Street, on Wednesday's se'nnight, was omitted being inserted in our last number. SYDNEY : NEW SOUTHI WALES;   PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE MONITOR PRESS BY HILL AND CO.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 January 1827

AN order has ·been issued (?ays The Australian) by the go 'crnment, cirecting the rerloi al of the soldier Thomrn son fronm the Iran Gang to t'he P'hlunix Hlulk. Report says, that sinking under the efftcts of despondency, and refusing to acctde to the termls of conmmutation, and claiming the exctutic:n of his ciril slmitence, (viz. trans portation .to a penal settlementi) he fell sick, and has been conveyed to the hospital at Windsor. His appear a?ce in that vilhige (or twn, as the Gazette would call it) .xelted Q-uie curiosity. WE have seen a specieiere of -the yelluPSoap noW m:aking by Mr. Dickson. It has all the aippearance e |i the finest English brown .Soak.p and? ýwe think. :ine :but a manufacturer could discriminate between, this tspecimen' of Australian Soap and Engl.istl.: ::. . ; Tua penny-trumpet; letter in ,Wednesdays. Avustralti nis really very .well got'ip by the; Editor. :No check how ever is drawn for so small an :ainount as a quarter's ac count for Newspnapers. ' : ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(Written exclusively for the Monitor, No. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 January 1827

,:.. :(Written exclusively for the Monitor, No. 1.),, .Ir-'iA marvellous, that the English, a nation so any .thing but military, so famed indeed for their radical aversion to that species of the human race termed sol diers; '(for once soldiers they become specifically distinct from the rest of mankind) and so notorious for their abomination of bayonets and grenadiers, of sabres and dragoons; it is marvellous, we say, that the English, by some fatality or other, should have adopted the al .most invariable system of appointing. Military ogvernors to their Colonies. A brawny young Scot, the sixth son of his father, ob tains through the interest of his fiftieth cousin, a com mission in a "Marching Regiment." He joins it with his red coat and concomitant paraphernalia, with (per adventure) a few pounds in his pocket. From his pristine mode of life and present poverty, he contracts habits of strict carefulness; contents himself with his breakfast in the morning, and diurnal dinner at the ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

A'GooD TiING.-Mr. F***" Furnished the CdmmissaryGeneraý4 for the use of the Prisoner's Barracks with' some beef and ob- tained the money for the, same. It layin hip till without question or suspicion, till a warlike Overseer.came to Mr. F.. and demapded a-.' certain portion thereof for himself and A CHvM,. Mr. F. expressed his surprise-said that he had drawxz' his owN wozey, and if there, were any oftitR, it must bea, mistake, and he would rectify the error by giving it to the proper party. On a. new and more.rigo. rous calculation, and copnting of the amount received, Mr. F. dis covered that the sum o( 437 IDs. had been paid him more than .his . actual claim and thit the said sum arose, by means of 2,00916s. of. meat having been ingeniously inserted irk the Voucher hbove his demand. Mr. F. began to be alarmed, declined dividing thil BONNE BOUCHE between hizmelf, the man of war, and his CHUM,, and. immediately went to the Commissary General. The latter ex pressed great astonishment ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN PORT AND THE EXPEDITION. (Extract of a Letter written by a gentleman on board the Dragon at Western Port, dated Dec. 27.1826. to his friend at Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

W\ThRNT PORT AND THE EXPEDITION. ( *t4f;4bet0e9torklD ;y ,a gentman; as tard the Arwpn at .IIestern Port, dated Dec. 27.1826. to his friend performed our voyage from dney t thin gla in pixteen, days, having experienced some strong gales a heavy whether, whlithcompelled us. to put into ,Two fbI4 ;ay, as also in Sealer's Cove. The Amity parted cohipany, 'ait we did not fall in with her afterwards; but suppose she proceded at once to ber destination. i fThe advantage expected to be realized, from this place, venture to prefict, will never accrue, they e been vastly, over-ratedd.No anchorage near the shore 0 is accessible even, by bbats, only at high water, auid ob fresh water there is a general scarcity. The land is -very good in patches, well. calculated for.a few settlers, bajt by no means adapted for a government setteement of'aiy 'importance. Snakes are Very plentiful. Two - 4 ,.which were bitten, died ia a few zainates. One of theprivates of the buffs was also bitten; but notwith ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(Written for the Monitor, No. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

(Written for the Monitor, No. 2.) IN this infant Empire, where the germ of legislature and of liberty is starting into being, what subject can be more inter esting 'and instructive than the struggles of an unfortunate race, to recover that independence, for which, their aiicestcs bled? A people whose earlier deeds, evince such noble disini terested patriotism, as bath scarcely been equalled in any age or country, and which, at this very distant period, are, the theme of every language professing the soul exalting senti ment of freedom. - From Greece our fathers drew all that is 'ethellent in art and science; and descending to the present generation, what Englishman, boasting of an enlightened mind, will hesitate to avow the ardour his breast in manhood and especially in youth has experienced from the perusal of her poets and historians? They wvill teach a lesson-of the sublimzest character to every subiequent generation of than, a mark of emulation to the youth, a beacon of watchful...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

BOTANY BAY THEATRICALS IN 1796. (The following, says an English Newspaper of 1796, is the o y of a Play Bill jist arrived from Botany Bay. BY PERMISSION OF HIS EXCELL&NCY. FOR" TUE BENEFIT OF H. .ORE$N,? On. Saturday, July 23rd,,1796, will be performed the. Marplot. W. Fokes. Sir Francis, L.-Jonds. Charles, W. Chapmnaii. Sir Jealous Traffic, H. Green, Whisper, R. Evans, and Sir George Airy, R. Evans. lealind,, Mis. Greville. Patch, Mrs. Riadley.4 Mirauida, Mrs. Davies. TO WIICII WILL BE ADDED ToE POOR SOLDIER. Patrick, H. Lovell. Fitsroy, R. Monb . Father Luke, H. Green. Dermot, R. Evans. Darqby, W. Fo1 'es. IKathlanc, W. Wynne.' Norah, Mrs. Gfeville. . FRONT BOXES, 3g. 6d. PIT, 2s. Gd. 'GALLERY, l ,ý Doors open, at half-past Five, begin at hal/pase Sit. Tickets to be had of R. Sidmoy, j br of' R. Evans, and on Sator ay, adjoining the rllheatre. H. Green was tranfAjorted for picking pockets. $ Mrs. Radley was convicted of Perjury, in attinnpting torereen her husband from bei...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

?. CORP.ZSPONDZNTS.*--014?r emuqre requested to be par tlcular in. noting at the fot. of heir, Adertisements the numbler of times theq ois4 t em to be inserted. I. lhen the *IumhAte Or times is not spesff ed, we consider it to be their desire that we should insert them tilifarther Ord4rs. - All -hose indebted to the Monitor Ojice, on accouni 'of News. -papers or Addertisements, or any other account, are re " iulraed to pay no money to persons calling on them for the . same,. unless they produce a printed receipt. with the signa ture of E. S.'-HALL, (in writing) ajiaved thereto. The new year has brought. us new Subscribers. We observe in some of their letters, authorising us to send them our journal, they say/,. "UNTIL YOU RECEIVE ORDERS TO DISCONTINUE IT." We beg to put our new, friends in Mind of the terms (publicly advertised by us ajoretime) on .which we issue our prper. OUR QUARTERS end respec tively the 31st of Marc; 30th of June, 30th of Septemn. ber, and '31st Decemb A'.-Any ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. 2nd. Suftday after Epiphany. High Water at Port-Jackson 30 min.' past 9 in the Morn. $ I . 50 min. past 9 Night. SFu ll Moon, 7 min. past 4 Afternogtt. W1 tUN ripes, at 58 min. past 4. ,"! High Water 5 min. pest 10 in the Morn. 25 min. past 1 t10 at Night. :° High Water, 45 min past 10 Morq,--11 at Night. E___ Sun sets 1 min. past 7. High Water, 16 min. past 11 Moriu.-35 min. past 1. Nt. Day 14 Hours 2 Min.long. High Water, 56 min. past i,ýMorz. E. $ Day decreased 16 minutes, Prisca. EHigh Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Aft. 4 High Water, 15 min. past 1Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH TIDE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMIOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. .TUE. WED. THURS. 73-75 71-82 76-80 69-72 68-76 70-81 74-79 Light Clear Season- Light Clear Warm Light Breezes. and able Clouds weather. and Clouds warm. weather. & cool. . pleasant. & h...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

DEATH. We are extremely sorry to record the sudden death by a fall from his horse of young Mr. WYLDE of Cawdor, son of the veteran Officer. who superintends the Governmnent Stock concerns in that important district. Mr.' WYLDE was an only son, and we commisserate deeply the affliction of his. fond and amiable parents. SYDNEY : NEW SOUTH WALES PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE MONITOR PRESS BY HILL AND CO.  

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

TO THE EDITOR OF TILE MONITOR. SIR, IN reference to a Paragraph in MONITOR No. 33; wherein. the name of PASHLEY was introduced by the Compositor for'     PASFELD, I am equally called on, a Reporter to your Journal, to account for any incorrect allusion to Mr.Pashley as a Petit Juror   The similarity between the names of PASHLEY and PASFIELD, 000 of which I remembered having seen on the Jury List, led me into   the belief that it was the latter, and caused a suppositious remark to be made to that effect. The observation was made from motives of public benefit; a committal of one of the same Jury for MISPRI   SION of FELONY, having taken place a short time before Pasfield's apprehension. 'The Apprentice who composed the Paragraph written by me, - knowing that Mr. Pashley had been on the Jury, was very nato , rally led into the error, of reading the word PAFIELD (as written by me) for PASHLEY. I am, Sir, your humble Serva...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES: His M ajesty's Commissioners for building-new churches have presented their sixth. annual report. The result of this Commuission, and the measures -which they now have' in contemplation, may be stated shortly as follows :-Front the opening of the commission, they determined upon and made provision for the erection of 165 additional churches and chapels, and 64 of that number either have been, or are ready for consecration. Since their last report 18 churches and chapels have been completed. capable of affurdinig accoin - modation 'for 11,690 persons in pews, and for 15,220 poor persons in tree seats. Seventeen churches and chapels are in progress. The committee have received plans for 11 other churches and chapels, part of which have been received; but they have not yet received plans for seven other churches and chapels which are proposed to be built at places specified. The committee have proposed to imake grants in aid of building 66 new churches and chapels...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. Thiirkday's Market assumed a more enlivening aspect than for some weeks past--Wheat was abundant, and for the most part of good quality, averuging:nearly as last week, Maize Barley and Oats met ready purchasers- at fair prices. Fruit was abundant, very little of which was ripe. 'Potatoes: sold at a more reasonable rate, and Dairy produce was plentiful. Io the Cattle market a f w head sold quickly-Small Working . Bullocks at S1. 12s -Cows at 41. Bs. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 130 at 8 9d.-220 at 5s: Gd.-360 at 5a.-120 at 4a. Od. Total 830 Bushels. Wheat from 4s to 5e. 9d. per Bushel; average on total sold,. 5*. W'd.--Maize 38 6d. to 3*. 9dd--Barley 4.. to 4d . 6d.-. - Oats 38. to 3R. 6d.--Butter 2s. 3d. to 3a. per lb.-Cbeesa Is.. 3d.-Eggs 2s to.2a. 3d. per doz.,-Fowls 34. to 4', 6d. per couple.,---Ducky 4,. to 58.-Geese 7s. Gd. to .12a. -Tur ces 88. to 12a.-'Potatoes .68. to 14.. percwt.-Fine, Flow' 15s. sterling.-Bread four- ence half.penny per Loaf.-4 Beef 3*. 9d. per 6...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From another Letter published also in Wednesday's Australian, we select the following:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

i*, ahother Letuerpiblished also in; IWednesday's Australian, *te select the following - "T$a course which the Fly held, and the best that can offer in:entering Western Port, is about midway between Cape Schanck on the ixain land to the; westward, and the west end of Phillip Island, but closer to the latter thbn the former :-here ten and twelve fathoms water may be found, gradually shoaling inwards to nine, eight, and seven and a half fathoms at the anchoring place. As the vessel's ranged. along Phillip Island, the face of the, country became pleasingly varied-patches of open land, irregularly dispersed, and. cheating the eye with the semblance of having been cleared by the, united hands of - art. and Nature, here and there usurped the places of barren brush and apparently close impenetrable forest land, which. occupied.a principal portion of the country extending along a flanking range of hills, as .far-as the eye could discern. Captain Wetherall con jectured that he could observe ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

['he Ship Magnet has brought to the Colony News papers as late as the 28th of August. They contain nothing strikingly new, but confirm, the idea of the gen eral misery of the lower classes in the United Kingdom., The woollen trade seemed to be mending a little. The most awful anticipations of consequences next winter of the failure of thepota P os~rcnaud,1prevailedioth with King and people.,. The following allud6 t'o the oniourable that has been-. the Honourable that is*-and the Honourable that is not to be. -Also it relates to the snug ""ffieea"-likewise, in its mea sure, to the two-and-t wenty addres8 men-moreover and lastly, to the chief promoteirs and*supporters of The pure Merino Bank. We give the extract with singular complacency, being taken from yesterday's Gazette, (and therefore undoubtedly authentic) audwe congratulate thereupon-the Gentlemen of the Colony? No !-the Magistrates of the Colony? No I but the Governor, the Executive Council save one member, and THE PEOPLE! No...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

MR. HOL*LAND, the Solicitor-General, who was repre sented by us as being prestnt at a certain conversation between Mr. Solicitor Allen and Mr. E. S. Hall, alleges that the latter proriised"to sitew Mr. A. what he inten ded to write before he inserted'Mr. A's name in the next number of the Monitor. Mr. Holland is here under a slight mistake, libt which ctin readily be accounted for. Mr. Allen on meeting Mr. Hall in George Stseet, re quested him to inseet his name as a Subscriber towards defraying the -judgment in the cause M'Arthur, v. The Proprietors of the' Monitor. Mr. Hall thanked him, and said he supposed 'Mr. A. would have his subscription affixed to an anonymous name? Mr. A.'said "'0 no " qfli my own name, for I hate the ' , and wish zt " to be understood, that I set myself against such oppression " and 'cruelty"-or words strictly of this import. Mr. Allen then said " beware in your account of'the trial and " in your comments thereon you do not commit a fresh "libel"-or words ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

?imk of '3. S. Wales, v. Bankr of Australia. A round ' ; etory bs come to us in a still more round-about wv , which, as it operates greatly to the credit of the pure Merino Bank,- for' which we have such an ardent regard, and which is so-full of gold and silver restin against the front wall as to have required a portico o most gigantic dimensions to prop it up, we shall here ddtail for the amusement of our readers. When the old ]tank Was embarrassed about eight months ago, the new Sauk very regularly sent in its notes payable in dollars evrery day, 'demariding in payment hard coin, and which awts' accordingly furnished. This was thought at the -time a little unhandsome, but Mr. Bannister afterwards acknowledged in open Court; that "'The Faction Bank," e lie called the pew Bank, did really desire, and was phtited by'******** for the express purpose of over throwing the Emancipist Bank, as Mr. B. chose to de signate the old Bank. In consequence however of the oiian' of silver made to ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE RELIGIOUS PUBLIC OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

TO TOE RELIGIOUS PUBLIC OF. pBW SOUTH. WALES. THE opinion of that part of the public we. most re gard, namely the religious, is set against a certain para graph of our last number, wherein, in a vein of plea santry we rallied the Gazette for telling us, that our new publication day, namely Saturday evenings, wore "an evil complexion." Some time ago the Gazette contro verted an article in our Journal, (No. 18, page 140) wherein we endeavoured to skiew,- that the running of public stage coaches oon. the Sabbath day vwas a public violation thereof, contrary to the spirit of the Jaws, and consequently, ought.-to'be disallowed by the Government. TUE expression used by us last week and which has given pain to some good; Christians,' is as follows. "As "for those sinners who never go to church, chapel, or "mass, and who of course will neither take up the Bible " nor Blair's Sermons, either Sundays or week-days, we " consider their reading the Monitor , fully equal to read "ing Blair, and n...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIR, I beg you will do me the favour to contradict a statement made in the last number of your paper, in which the names of Captain Rossi and myself are introduced, as there is no foun- dation whatever for the report therein alluded to. Captain Rossi's capabilities for the proper execution of the high trust reposed in him, are too well known and universally acknow- ledged to render any change at all necessary. I am, Sir, your obedient Servant. January 9, 1827. F. A. HELY.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

ORIGINAL POETRY. HARnK I o'er the waves the cry resounds, Of burning strife and liberty! 'Tis Greece awading from herivounds Arise her Sons! ye must be free', The Sun that gilds your lonely slaes, Shall brighter gleam, on phalanx'd files ! SHALL Athen's towers on the earth, Be emblems of your humble minds, Crouching, forget your noble-birth, And cringing to the slave that binds ? Time laid her do'mes and temples low, But ye to Moslem tyrants bow ! S'rINK of the deeds of glory sung, The years of slavery endur'd, The war-whoop round your dwellings runig *" The cry, Submission or the sword! Meek slaves on earth, and what is worse, When dead, the recreant's bitter curse. - Are ye descendants of the men Who crush'd the Persian's mighty host ? The dead, at Missolonghi slain, rTho' fatal, still m y be your boast; Por loud your vengeful dry has 'gone, To other Islands than your ownIl! AND hearts there are in ev'ry land, That rouse at Slavery's galling chaiin, Which scorn the Tyrants thit co...

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