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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 December 1828

NOTICE TO THIE PUBLIC.. To the readers of the Alonitor.--Gentlemen of rank,. 'andcivil and military officers, whether subscribers to this journal or not, are informed, that it will be es teenied a favour'if they will transmit to the office of the Monitor a memorandum o !any birth, death, or' am arriage which may take place in their families or among their connexions either in the Colony or irr. England. The form and style of such communica- 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 gratification of our. Co lonial, as of our foreign readers. NOTICE TO"' CORRESPOADENTS. * P'?s," " Aristocrat," " A small Stockholder," and " 4 Constant Reader of the Neuwspapers," have all be&t reideived, and command our thanks. Next week we will see what can be done with them.r SALES BY AUC'ION. TO BUILDJERS AND OTHERS. BY MR. BODENHAM. (Who will shew the Plans), On Tuesday, the 16th Inst. if not ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 December 1828

[FROM TnE COURT CIRCULAR, July 15th.] The Duke of Cumberland came to town on Sunday afternoon, from the Royal Lodge in Windsor Park. His Royal Highness, together with the Duke of Cam bridge, honoured Earl Bathurst with his company to dinner in the evening, at his residence in Mansfield Street. Viscount Beresford, Mr. Secretary Peel, Mr. Vesey Fitzgerald, and Sir George Murray, had interviews yesterday with the Duke of Wellington at the Trea, Bury. The Dukes of Sussex and Cambridge visited Mr. Dawe, in Grafton street, on Sunday, and viewed the' portraits of the Imperial Family of Russia, those of the Duke of Wellington, Lord Hill, and other pic tures, which that gentleman has brought from St. Petersburgh. The Right Hon. Sir Frederick Lamb arrived in town, about half past five o'Clock yesterday afternoon - from Salisbury, where Sir Frederick remained on Y unday night on his way to town from Falmouth, at which port his Excellency landed on his return from Lisbon. There is no truth that...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SUPREME COURT, (TUESDAY.) Before Mr. Justice Dowling, and John Jackson and —Busby Esquires, Assessors. HART v. BOWMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 December 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SUPREME COURT, (TUESDAY.) before Mr. Justice Dowling, and John Jackson and Busby Esquires, Assessors.   HART v. BOWMAN. CRIM. CON.—This was an action brought by the Plaintiff to recover damages of the defendant, for an adulterous intercourse with the Plaintiff's wife. The damages were laid at £2000. Doctor Wardell appeared as Counsel and Mr. Kerr as Attorney, for the Plaintiff. Mr. Wentworth     as Counsel and Mr. Norton as Attorney, for the de- fendant.     Mr. Kerr opened the pleadings, Doctor Wardell opened the case. May it please your Honour and Gentlemen Assesors. You have just heard from my learned friend the   nature of this action. It is an action brought against the defendant, for having had a criminal intercourse   with the Plaintiff's wife. Gentlemen, the Plaintiff is Mr. Thomas Henry Hart, long time a resident in   this Colony and in ...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

SYDNEY MARKET Price of wlieatipn Tbirndanv 1aut, 99,e-Mrh 1 --~thitator L8s, per E'wt.-- hinc Flour 23.. Stg c 2O.--SEonds 20s. ditto. N.. 81 Gcorge Strci t St~ebairy Nefo SU H #a IDIIT:I)* PI1tiN ER), AND 'UBLISJA/D P R1 TIIM rn(IPftETVP, } :U)VAR, SMI'flTH UAL4L,

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

Arrivals.--On Thursday the Emma 'emnp, tl New Zealand, 1st Inst. lading with flax, pork? On Friday the Lord LiverpJool, from ?ewcaPtl 18t Instant, cargo of sundries. nepartures#.-On Sunday the Inarpprr for the St Fishery, the Lord Liverpool for Newcnstle, the cry for the Isle of France,. on Thursday the .AaryA* on a Sealitg Voyage. ProjectetiWl D partures.-The Isabella, for Morttol Bay this day.-The lhunter for Newcastle this day.' The Warte for Ilobart Town, and the iegte forth, Isle of France, the Currency Lass for Port DaII??" ple, the Admas for Bomuhav, the Prince eOtgt for Ionmbay, on Sunday the Sit Instant.-The Albioý for Maldras on 24th.-The Ellen for London, tL 27tl) Instant. nldl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

--ALBION BREWERY. ARMERS and SETTLERS in general, can be supplied with good wholesome MALT DEER, from this Establishment for the harvest, .Il sending their own casks. Wheat or barley, ,will be received as payment in all January, should they prefer that payment. Perons are request ed to send w~ittea orders for what quantity they apay send for. JOHN TERRY HUGHES. ovremb.r 8th, 1828. NOTICE. ALL persons are cautioned against em ploying or in any way harbouring William Ashton, who was hired by Mr. Richard Fitzgerald, of Windsor, for twelve months, as a shepherd; and after receiving provisions, with sundry other articles, was put in charge of a valuable flock of sheep in the interior, which he deserted. Ashton is a free man, having a certifi cate stating he had been employed some years by Mr. Liquorish of Toongabbee, as a Shepherd. Hfe is about 5 feet .3 Inches high, dark sallow complexion; arrived in 1820, by the Lady Castlereagh, and is thought to be gone into Argyleshire. Dabee, Septe...

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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 — 20 December 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDaUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEfk 'VARIATIONS OF T9ERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKElR AT 7 IN THU MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND S IN THE EVENING -RESPECTIVELY. " .. ( 4th. Sunday in Advent.. , High Water 10 m. p. 8 mortn--33 m p. 1 Alt a jSun rises 51 m. p. 4.-Sets 9 m. p. 7. Full Moon, 33 m. p. 4 morn. a High Water, 56 m. p. 1 Morn.-10 m. p.10 B .Night. ~( I I High Water, 4.mia.p. 10 Morn.-11 Night High Water, 51 m. p. 10 Morn.-23 m. p. 14 Night. .I ' I High Water, 45min.p. 0 Morn.--t' Night 1 High Water, 16 m. p. u1 Morn.-8-5m. p. 11 vj - I High Water, 56 min. . 11 Morn. FHURSDAY ...... 70 80 75'N. E. pair - FRIDAY.......... 65 80172 Do. Do. SATURDAY........ 8 84 72 Do. DO. SUNDAY ........ 67 86 79 Do.. D?o. MONDAY ......... 65 89 80Do. Do. TvESDA& ...... 112 96 N. W. ?ot Wind WEDNESDAY...... 5100 92 N. E. Fair

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIR, IN repeating my complaint relative to the delivery of the Monitor to your Subscribers in this quarter, I am only stating a complaint of which dozens be.. side me have reason to complain ; pray, Sir, can you afford us any remedy in this case ? We are aware no blame can attach to you-The Post Office here alone is blameable for the neglect-It is not a little extraordinary that the Monitor, though sent through the General Post-oficeand paid, often reaches its Sub scribers in a mutilated state, bearing evident marks of many having feasted on it in its progress. I am Sir, respectfully your's, A. SUBSCRIBER Banks of the Lilnter 9th, Dec. 1828.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

To TIAr EDITOR Of TaB MornTOa. SIR, Ibeg to ofier the undermentioned circumstances fbr your consideration, knowing your paper is the only one in which a detail of the like will be in serted,. and without further preliminaries I shall come to the point. In November last, at the sittings of the Court of Requests, I obtained a verdict againstMr. Hugh Piper, for the amount of £.8. currency. I then had to take out an execution, and saw him arrested by a man of the name of Burns, one of the bailiffs of the office; and previous to Burns arresting him,. I de - sired him to taeA money only. I was offered by the bailiff in the evening, two pounds in. cash, and a bill of acceptance at two months for the remainder, which I refused. I saw Wilkins the next morning,who re proved Burns in my presence, to use Wilkins's. own expression, " for bringing his best of friends about him." What he meant by these words I can only conjecture. I then told them I did not thank either one or the other of them; t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 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 went. it is conceived need be made upon ,UtNIUS.---(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.) - - '- 4"-- -- -- - -I TO SERVE MARES THIS SEASON. A T Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At £4. 10s. Sterling, Groom's fee included. All expepses to be paid before the 15th January 3829, The horse will be limited to 40 Mares. SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old, got by " Steel trap" out of " Black Susan" by " Old Hec tor." Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes at the last Sydney Meeting, beating the prise colt Bennelong and two others. He is allowed to be the hansomest horse it the Colony. He will be sent to Bathurst immediatly a...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

To THE EDITro OF THE MIONITOa, SIR, 1w cousequence of a recent defeat on a certain trial, a very great enemy to Juries was heard to say, " no man is any longer safe to come into Court, as now constituted b" whence it is inferred, that as no gentlemen, no matter how pure his blood, can any longer with impunity be guilty of crim con, there will be no more opposition made to trial by Jury in its unlimited extent, nor yet to.a theatre ; as it is evidently safer to have the judgement of twelve than two;, and this is the opinion of a great ARISTOCRAT. December 10h Near the Fountain of Truth and Justice. P. 8.-The great Jacko Macko said to a certain great scribe "no man is any longer safe"-lf so,. be aware Mr. Monitor how you conduct yourself, whether as a physician of political diseases, or as an adviser-Let the Aristocrat have a corner, and let the fatted calf or fat Merino wether, be killed, that we may be merry with our friends, on the return of a most incorrigible Prodigal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

,NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. T', the radfers of the Mlonitor.--G *ntlemen of rank, artd civil and military officers, whether subscribcrs.to this journal or not, are informed, that it will lie es teemed a favour if they will transmit to the olffice of the Monitor a memorandnmno any birth, death, or I.arriage which may tat:,. iace in their families or amoTgg their connexions either in the Colny or .in tngland. The form and style of such communica sions, 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 gratification of our Co. lonial, as of our foreign readers. N'OTICE TO CORRESPO,3DEVTS. W'e have received from a correspondent twenty fve clever cerses, each terminating with the expletive " Poor .lfiotcr Ifowc." W'e consider the jingling lines to which our correspondent has most kindly taken the trouble te reply in rhyme, too paltry to honour with aur notice. ie therefore. cannt insert our fi iend's poem. Ou...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

To TIHE EDITOR o? TIE M1ONIT01 SIR, I have observed lately in the Gazett?, IG0 vernment Notice, that two prisoners of the Cron were deprived of their Tickets of Leave; the ones living in a state of adultery, the other for livisgiat state of fornicatiotn. Now this is allperfectlyrifl characteristic of a vigilant, a moral, and achacs Government. But the result of a certain Cruim Ca, trial, excites a curiosity in my mind, and in lthif many others of our community, to learn, inll manner similar Crimes committed by persons if ae higher walk of life, (government oficers towit) 1 be animadverted upon by the Authorities. For ml own pait, from recent observation, when I see public officer dismissed for merely writing a letWl pronounce to be "highly improper" by an AutoAef and two others, guilty of publishing gross libel| cherished; I cannot but fear, that the oCI.O Cota. Oficer," like the " JBawd/ song of'! will escape without censure; and that thecomp lI. of the Romap Satirist, will thus be...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. TO A. BAXTER ESQ., HIS MAJESTY'S ATTORNEY GENERAL, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE, To A. BAXTEN ESQ., HIs MAJEST's8 ATTo. NEY GENERAL, &C. &C. &c. SIR, The peculiar circumstances attendingsene. ral recent Conviztions under the ImpoundingActof Council, No. 11, is the cause of my addressing safew lines to you, through the medium of the press; j do not wish Sir to impute intentional blame to any one, I wish only, should any error as tot " true intent aid meaning" of the Act, really exist,tih you will communicate your opinion on the subject,to the Magistracy of the Colony, and thereby prenn the recurrence of decisions, which must in the oa ture of things, (the error being on the wrong sit of mercy) defeat the intention (I presume) of the legislature, and heap unmerited odium on a law,1. ready most disagreeable to the people, on account of its inapplicability to the present state of the Colony. It being Sir, in your power, by virtue of your Office, to procure copies of all convictions undr the Impounding Act; I shall confi...

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Little public grievances in New South Wales, in the year A. D. 1828; being the fourth of the present administration. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

Little publie grievances in ,Vew SoNtA Wales, in the year A. D. 1828; being the fourth of the present administration. An old Colonel after being shot at half a century, or exposed to a tropical climate during that period, gets for his half-pay two hundred a year or thereabouts. Th's.fact struck us on reading a time-serving writer hi the Gazette of the 5th of l)ecember, who subscribes himself Sinteritas (i. e. sincere we suppose in uphold ing bad measures). And he tells us what, if true, is no honour to the British Government; viz. that the venerable Secretary of the late Transport Board in London, had retired on his half-pay of severt hund red a year, he was entreated to ask as much salary as he pleased, provided he would but favour us Colo nists with his aged services. We require no higher proof of the inequity of the British Government in its difference of, the treatment of an old General or Admiral on the one hand, and of a gentleman who had all his life dwelt in an elegant offic...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

(Domestic .tafellirence c.n'inued.) INSFECTIor.--The Quarterly inspection of the Troops took place in the Blarrack-yard on Tuesday evening last, at 61 p. in. and lasted till 7 p.n m. These inspections, by Governors Macquarie and Brislane, were made grand field-days of in lHyde Park, where the schools and free citizens generally used to assem ble, as on a holyday; and cat gingerbread and drink ginger beer at the stalls, carefully provided for their accommodation, by the attentive and industrious veit ders of these delicious commodities It was observed, Ilis Excellency was unattended by a single A. 1). C, or other StaffI Oticer. Even .the Clerk of the Council was absent, which is the first time we ever witnessed the non-attendance of Lieutenant Condainine. The following seven unhappy wretches are to suffer death on Monday, viz. John Irou, James Holmes, William Owens, Thomas Whisken, John Walsh, Wil liam Baynes, and Alexander Brown. We are sorry to add, we are afraid they all deserve t...

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TO ACASTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

To ACASTO. fe Your presumption in offering for public your letter to Mr. Hall, inserted in the sup to the Sydney Gazette of the 5th Instant, coui been palliated only by a subsequent declarati, you intended i t as exercises for the corree boys at school, whether its bombastic style, its cal reasoing, or its trimming, dastardly prWci se?oerally or collecctircly consPidered. t1Pice I, have seen numerous examples of epistolary wri ing, but so many and such gross violations of all ge principles of Grammar and Rhetoric, I have scarcely ever discovered in a similar quantity of print. Haviug some regard for ths Editor of the Gazette, [ am sorry to see he considers it necessary to ave recourse to a person for aid, so totally ignorant o-?- uage, as you Sir, fully prove yourself lb be. I do not o e a war --" pther or moral delinquency, in his attempts to extenuate or -?upport practices and principles, whichin his heart, he annot approv because he is patronised for so do . it is his bread ; but...

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ADDRESS TO CECIL, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

ADDRESS TO CECIL, From the Members of the dnti-theatrical Club THu members of our honourable club,, ever ready to acknowledge and reward court-merit, cannot per mit your departure in the Munchauson Balloon, direct, we suppose, for the discontented Island of Saint Kitt's, without recognising and applau ding your arduous though' ineffectual labours, to shackle the press of this Colony, at a time when those inveterate foesto exclusion and toryism, the Australian and Monitor,, vociferated against that well-tuned and politic Act the Stamp-Act ; thereby unhappily securing the People's independence, and in spite of the worthy faction, aided by Cecil, deprived the Official Organ of the exclusive privilege of disseminating scandal, of insulting fallen public officers, and of responding glory and Amen, to every ejaculation of the Governor, our excellent Chief Ruler, and to the orisons of our incomparable and self-denying Secretary. Your praise-worthy though unsuccessful defence of Mr. M'leay,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

To TaR EDIToR OF THE MONITOu SIR, I have read " dcato,"' in the supplement to Friday's Gazette,, with unminglcd indignation ;--the buz however of the " blue-bottles," is too common to be otherwise than harmless. In the Colony, Acasto, will only excite scorn, whatever he may do in "Down ing-street"-where, I suppose, he anticipates a favour able reception. The Colony Sir hns listened too long to the fash ionable bombastic cant and, cobweb doctrines of our numerous Cecil's, Verex's, Veritas's, and Acasto's, to be duped for an hour by idle declamations on subjects of the first importance to the Colony. If, Acasto, you or any of your venal colleagues have truth on your side, and wish to gain credit with the public, why not meet the statements set forth in the Sbdaey Monitor, fairly and dispassionately, instead of flip pantly denying every iota of them one minute, and the next, admit, palliate, or confound them with irre levant personalities and comparisons ? The soundness of Mr. Hall's a...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 20, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 December 1828

THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 20, 1828. IT is somewhat remarkable, that the Parli mentary Defenders of the proceedings which terminated in the death of private Sudds of the 57th Regiment, have rested entirely upon one ground--the humane character of the accused Inferring, either the improbability of his having acted in the manner alleged, or, that if he did so act, it was contrary to his native disposition. The illegality of the act seems to be unquestioned. The illegality of an act is in most cases proe sumptive of what the law calls malice prepense; thus in cases where death ensues from an act, it will frequently be manslaughter or murder, ac cording as the act itself was lawful or unlawful. Where an individual has shewn an unfeeling dis- position, suspicion will attach to him.. And every act of which he is the author will then be less suspectible of excuse if illegal, or if it have led to distressing results. And should death ensue, from a series of acts il- legal in ...

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