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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

EN.T I) F RAN S, intzsdini to enter into aho Bth ieOne o Biisiness, begs to call the attention of all thsea Persons who stand indebfed to him, to settle their respce tjlie accoitnfs on or before the 22nd instant, to prevent the p ity of their being placed in the hands of his solicitor. . Me rat. t dnuary, 1827. Undersigned requests that all Persons indebted to her will discharge the several sums before the 8th of January, ,or she will authorise her solicitor to enforce payment : gnu/ 0ll claims being presented against her to James Smithers, No. 84, Pitt Street, will be attended to. MARY FINNIGAN, alias CREW. i,;FR. DAVID KELLY, Butcher, Pitt-street, Sydney M±j most respectfully informs. his customers, and the "..public in general, that he intends reducing the present pries of his meawlitti"the Qu'drCr commencing the islt day of January next, to the prices undermentioned, Mutton, Lamb, and Pork, at 7d. per pound Sterling. Prime Beef .... ....... d. do, Coarse Beef ............ 4d. do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

,OOVERNMEN r NOTICE, ,OLOWex4) SECRETARY'S OFFICE 9th January, 1827. R QUIRED TO' CHARTER, V S$AM, of a light Draught of Water, from Twen S.t y-livb to One Hundred Tons Burthen; to' be man Ced and victualled, while employed, from one of His AMJESTYS Ships. Tenders for the sarhe specifying in Words at length, the Rate per Register Won per month, will be received at this Office 'till 10 o'Clock of the Forenoon of Thursday next, the 11th Instant. By Command of His Excellency, ALEXANDER M'WAY. GOY1RNMENT ORDER. < 6 Z1OT 4 SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 11th. Jan. 1827 t. HE Superint Pdeit, and other Persons having Charge <' . of the Publ c Establishments where Carts or Drays tare 'employed, are authorised on the Requisition of the Commandants of Districts, or Officers in Command of stations to furnish a dray or Cart on an Emergency. The Requisition must state the pervice for which d the Dray or Cart is required, and the officer making it will' report the Circumstance to the M...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE   ARRIVALS-On Sunday the 7th instant, the Australian Company's Ship Australia, Captain W. Wilson, from Ports- mouth on the 27th of July. Also, the Governor Arthur from Launceston with 400 Bushels of Wheat and 14 tons of flour. On the 8th the Brig Dragon from Western Port. On Tues- day the Industry from the Isle of France. Lading - 419 Bags of Sugar, 147 Cases, &c. of Wine, 28 do. of Soap and 98 Barrels of Beef. On the 11th the Brig Magnet from London on the 21st of August, with a cargo of general merchandize. Also the Brig Dotterell from Calcutta. Lading-108 Tierces of Pork, 32 do Beef, 30 Pipes of Port and Lisbon Wine, 16 Boxes of Claret, 30 Boxes of Sago, 781 Bundles of Rod Iron and 90 Bags of Pepper. By the DOTTERELL we learn that the MARQUIS of LANSDOWNE, from Calcutta, with a general cargo, has in all probability reached Hobart Town, as they parted company near the close of the Trade Winds. The SNIPE, Captain Jamison, late of the Brig ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 January 1827

THE MONITOR. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1827. AMONG our advertisements, will be seen a letter from A B C, a publican of Sydney, complaining that a moiety of the fine of 25l. exacted from the unlicensed venders of grog, is not now as it used to be, given to the in- formers against those wicked men. We abhor duties on home manufactures of all kinds, and taxes and rents levied on colonial produce, whether the latter be natural or artificial, indigenous or manufactured. But upon home-made spirits and home-brewed beer, in particular, - we detest them; first, because dear beverage makes drunkards; and secondly, because, so long as the wealth of this country does not chiefly proceed from manufac- tures, mines, or fishing, but from agriculture and the   barley field; so long, such duties and rents are a tax on the vitals of our industry. Thus, while we agree en- tirely with A B C, that the hardship he complains of is to the publicans a real and a just one, still, on behalf of the pu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

MARRIED.- On Saturday last, by special license, at St.   James' Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Richard Hill,Captain       R.Harrison of the Ship Speke, to Miss Seaman, daughter of Lieut. Seaman, 39th regt.   On Thursday last, by special license, at Campbell Town, Mr. Thomns Meehan, son of the late Deputy Surveyot Ge— neral, to Miss Tress, daughter of Mr. Richard Tress,late   Master Builder in H. M. Dock-yard, Sydney.     At Marramatta, on Monday the 16th instant, by the, Rev.   John Dunmore Lang, D.D. and A.M., Mr. William Baxter, Botanical Agent for a Company in England, to Mrs. Mary Jones, one of the legatees of the late Mr. Andrew Frazer. DIED.- On Monday night last, after a protracted illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, relict of the late Mr. Michael Ro- binson, of Castlereagh-street, Sydney.        

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. A general renovation appeared in every branch of dealing at the last Market. Abundant supplies of all descriptions of produce were a met by animated demands—there was a full attendance of dealers and purchasers. No prime samples of Wheat were on sale, but sound Grain was plentiful, keeping steady prices as last Week. Maize and Barley rather advance. Oats sold well. A few head of very inferior Cattle brought proportions prices. 25 Pigs averaged 20s. per head. No Sheep sold in Market. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

r'A SYDNEY -MARKETS, . . A general renovation appeared in every branch of dealfisg at the last Market. • Abundant supplies of all description$ of prodticd - were met by animated demands-there was a itul atteiidanuc 6" dealers and purchasers. No prime samples of Wheat wre oi " sale, but sound Grain was' plentiful; ,keeping steady priid. as last Week. Maize and Barley rather advance. Oats sold well. A few head of very inferior Cattle broughtp roportiona* prices. 25 Pigs averaged 20s. per head. No' Sheep solad I Market. -,. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD.' 207 at 58. 6d.-90 at 5s..5d.--172 at 5a.-79 at 4. Od.' Purchased for Waterloo Stores 112 at 5s.-Total 660 Bttshetl Wheat from 4s. to 5s. 6d. per Bushel; average on total sold. 58. Id.-Maize 3s. 6d. to'4s.-Barley 4s. to 5s.--Oats 3t. -Butter, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 9d. per lb.-Cheese. Is. 6d. to 2&. -Eggs Is. 6d. to 2e. per doz.-Fowls 38. 9d. to 4*. per cou ple.-Ducks 4_ . to 5. 6d.--Geese 12is.to 18.-Turkies 15a. to 18.&-Potatoes 7s. ...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

ENGLISH MZSCE.LLAN IE$. SIa. HEIRERT TAYLOR will shortly retire from his ofclial itiUation, as Military Secretary to the Duke of York, upon a pension, which, together avith the profits arising from his regimeqt, and the fortune he h amassed during hig very long continuzance as Secretary to the late King, and subsequently to the Duke of York, will enable him to live in splendid retirement for the remainder of his days. " Tne new work just now exciting so much of tlie public attention, under the title of" All Giornata, or To the Day," certainly .possesses the rare nierit of cf? - bining with an interesting story, much of that practical truth which though all must feel, yet. few perbhps could siuccessfully define as containing the essentials of human happiness; indeed the whole work has this bene ficial tendency; but the incidental remarks will often cause its pages to be restorted to for those hints wiich cannot prudently be disregarded, especially by the culti.. vated classes of soci...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

S*DIARY. • . :MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. r " 3rd. Sunday after Epiphany. Z AGNES.-High Water at Port-Jackson, 30 min. p t 2 . in the Morn. 6 min. past 3 Afternoon. """ Sun sets 57 min. past 6. ' .VINCENT-.High Water 33 rnin. past 3 in the Morn. 5 min. past 4 Afternoon. I " High Water, 36 min past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Even. _Day 13 Hours 54 Min. long, Sigh Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6Even. . Day decreased 24 minutes. Conversion of St. Paul. High Water, 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 min.: past 7 Even SAnniversary of the First Landing. ~Governior Phillips High Water, 41 min. past 7 Morn.--8 at Night. SFTI High Water, 30 min. past 8 Morn.--54 min. past 8 Nt. .. New Moon 51 min. past 7 Even. Duke of Sussex born. ;'ATE OF TIlE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THIE VARIATIONS OF THEi THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. 'AND "12 i. EACHi DAY RESPECTIVELV. I~ID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. WED. THURS. 7b-73 66S1-74 68-72 66-71 68-72 76-80 72-78 Clear :& Light Pleasant Cloudy Cool ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

To 'THr EDITOR oP TrE MONITOR, 8sl;; .x . "JuolxN from the .hutnaneand truly'Englishman like spirit breathed' throughout the columns of .your Journal, as .anunfortunate Exile I cannot do better than apply to you, to clear;up the doubts which'have arisen in my minid, relative ;to the Government Qt der No. 1, publishing the Regulations for, granting Tickets of Leave, which I do not.iightly under stand. IN the first place, I would wish to ask you whether 'the sti puilated time of servitude entitling prisoners to that indulgence conmcnce's from the day of their arrival in this Colony, or 'from the dateof theirconviction; which the Governmpent'Order does not expirees,-(es there are manv:veiy deserving charac: ters;who serve a considerable portion of their.time at t-he-bulks in Europe, and then come to this country from choice.) .If from .the former period, it will fall extremely heavy; on myself and several other unfortunates now in this Colony,, we having served a considerable time and ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

;THE KEONITOR. . ,; :SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1827. , bTars lUibeta{es of Sydney learning that the country ma gistratee,. with Sir John Jamison at their head, were wil 1lrig to sign a requisition to the sheriff, to call a public -~eeting, for the purpose of petitioning the King and ..bgot Houses of Parliament for Trial by Jury and a ;House of Assembly; and the approaching anniversary of the foundation of the colony being considered an eli ,gible day for assembling the people, Mr. Terry and .*Mr. baniel Cooper undertook to go up the country to . pro~ure the signatures of the said gentlemen to a requisi-' tioeto the sheriff for this purpose. With his usual luck, btie .?former fell sick-we say with his usual luck-for ;e~y neer,.Mr.. T. has an opportunity of serving the 1" ple?, is evil genius seems to pursue him, and to " keep ft , ck0r from honpur." So it was when be was elected ,pB k Director. Mr. Cooper, therefore, was obliged: -.take'a double journey. On Wednesday morning last, ~he st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

Sinform the Public, that the SOAP, oftbh.Seaim Engine a now reducedainPrice?froniSevea-pence e e66erl , per cpound. Liberal Allowv. ~?e tqi4ose iho.iasy rcha by the Ton. SDICKSON>& CO.. RL: Ii1OLME, Assistant Surgeon of H.- M. S. Volaqe - :I V umost 'Yespectfully announces.to 'the Public;, that it is b-le Iatevtion to .publish,' by Subscription, immediately on the let urnpof the above Ship to England, his Journal of her . VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. `Title itself is sufficiently attractive, and almost renders ser_? uous any statement of. those Things,• which will form': the Chief Features of the- wdrk.; 'but as the voyage of the Vo Iage will be, when co?npleted, one of considerable Interest, and' i unusual Novelty, it ic due. o the Public'to be informed what bhey halve to ~naicipate. 'To 'ente" into cany. itirtichlar Detail within the short Space :of:an Advertisement is .nearly.impossible ; it may therefore * spfiiee to state, that' up to the Arrival of the Ship at New Hollan...

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ADVENTURES OF A FRENCH SERJEANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

ADVENTURES OF A FRENCH SERJEANT. Ouui French Serjeant is the most unfrenchified French man that .we have for a" long time had the pleasure of .conversing with. He tells us of all his personal exploits, and of the achievements of the grand army, and this without any fanfarounade, or vanterie outree, which seeins' inseparable from a Frenchman. The book bears not a single. mark of gallicism, except the facts which it relates; Monisieur Robert Guiillemard was the son of a Notary and Mayor of d small Town near Toulon, and at the piaper age Monsieur Roberts's breast glowed with love, and military, or rather naval, ardour. In the midst of his belle-passion for the charming Miette, he was drawn for the conscription of 1805, and was hurried away frorthris. dances on the green with sweet-faced Miette, to encounter all the horrors of grim-visaged war.--" The conscripts assembled at Toulon, and the Colonel made us a veryfine speech-upon our zeal for the service, and the ardour' with which we fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

TO BE LET. IN THE TOWN OF WINDSOR, for such Term of Years. as may be agreed upon.--A HOUSE and OGAR1EN, with. a number of valuable fruit .-trees thereon, and jflwo Small Paddocks adjoining; containing; in' the whole,;iout -THREE AcREs of Arable Land, well known; -being: the late Residence of Mrs. MERRIT. For Terms, apply to M4JoR WEST. IMR. JAMES CRISP, Member of. the St. 'Pancras Col IVIlege, of Veterinary Surgeons, !egs respectfully to ac quaint his Friends and the Public,-xthat he has removed to the Pt'e?lises lately occupied by' Mr. Thomas: Smithers;'No..:24; Geodge'Street; Where he:hopes, by unremitting attention to hiiboccupation, tr ensure a share of publ:c patronage. Saddle Horses and neat'Chaises to let, at= Mr. Crisp's livery? and commission Stables, and horses taken in to bait or stand' at livery upon moderate terms. N.B. ' Good accommodation for Carriages and Chaises. No: 24, 'Georgc Street, Sydney, 9th Jan. 1827. W AIT1NTED immediately as an Apprentice in a .usic VV ]'W...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

who. ý lhigta a the lm6a6, "by theillumm ing infiuence of sund rLarge lamps, posts for which are :already erectbed foimiik Hiil, theyiiirkitt-street. - lsronlgtalkel-of 1? ?t en.,tr6 uiderstand, will ? "iellish every steeS-i ..ydnej, ? dii fti.ne.. WE perceive in the Australian, some honest man under t esigiaptgrt of 1. .J T. . has taken the trouble io contradict= a re..ark.. I , e ydney Czetti,, which went to.. insinuate.that the< ev J.,.J. Their.y ad been deficient in not having 'cQmpletd:,the .elegant Rioman Chapel in Hyde Park.-, 'he' insinuation is certainly made y the Gazette, bat ?e think it was not intended. ~ -fGazette aniees -a icomliiment "as 4b ar Would a pl ckin 4ak iet.-a , intended only, we' copleij, tpo.ompti-, a~nt Mr. Power. To 'sppose it --would insinuate a lack"" of zeal against M1r. .Therry, is- to itsppose it guilty of such. an -absurc4.:aud g"gss._ risrepresentation aa,~Fs dp. ot'think ,even :thie Gazette would be guilty of. 'Lt for $Mr. Therry;' no...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGTIrNC r . ARRIVALS--.On Monday the 15th the Government Brig, Mary Elizabeth from Moreton Bay, also the Brig Gov4rnor Maoquarie from Newcastle, with Captain Foley's detachment . of the Buffs. Yesterday, the ship Bombay, Captain Samue1 Parker, ftom China on the 2nd of September, and Batavia on Sthe 14th ~f November. Passenger, Mr. 1nglis. Lading-- 1000 Bags of Sugar, 100 Casks of'Beef, 2979 Chests of Hyson Skin, 126 do. Twankay, 244 half Chests Souchong, 10 Chests White Sugar, 12 packages Silk, &c.. and 7 do. Sundries. Alm the Colonial Brig Queen C/harlotte, John Walker, from New. Zealand on the 4th instant. Lading-20 Seal Skins, half a ton of Pork, and 1 do. Flax. Also the Herald from New Zealand with 4 Casks of Flax,. DEPARTURES—On Sunday the 14th the Barque Leda, Captain Northwood, for the Isle of France via Port Dalrymple, —On Wednesday the 17th, H. M. S. Success, Captain Stir, ling, for Hobart Town, also the Colonial Cutter Currency Lass, with Stores, &am...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

S fo~Anss oNiw+s.-Ourr .fietids are requested to be par t' cetgla ' roiti' at the oot of their ' Adeertisements the *i r of hinhesihey wish them 'to be inserted. IPhen the St tnaber' of times is not ' spaecied, we consider it to be their • i4jre tkat we should insert them till further Orders. I roaITr's leater complainingS of Constable Ryan not doing . his dt.y cannot be inperted, because the complainant has not , .'ught redress at the hands of the Magistrate, which is the laa.f, ,liotle of redress. If the Magistrate does not dojus.. i'e,? and /e _will send us afaithful statement oJ the e.vamia-. don, we oill publir h it. But it mutt be well authenticated: .All those indebted to the Monitor Office, on accouni of News p'aprs or Advertisements,: or any other account," are. re. gtfusted to pay no money to persons calling on them' for the Sairune, unless, they produce: a printed receipt with the signa iu?rre of B. S. HALL, (in writing) arimved thereto. To our Subscribers, Advertisers an...

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SELECT POETRY. THE WARRIOR'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

SELECT POETRY. THE WARRIOR'S GRAVE. Not a drum was heard, not a funeral note- As his corse to the ramparts we hurried ; Not a soldier discharged his farewell shot,   On the grave where the hero was buried. We buried him darkly by dead of night, The Sods with our bayonets turning- By the straggling moonbeam's misty light, And the lanthern's, dimly burning. No useless coffin enclos'd his breast, Nor in sheet, nor in shroud we bound him- But he lay like a Warrior taking his rest, With his martial cloak around him. Few and short were the prayers we said, And we spoke not a word of sorrow- But we stedfastly gaz'd on the face that was dead, And bitterly thought of the morrow. Slowly and sadly we laid him down, From the field of his fame fresh and gory- We carv'd not a line, we rais'd not a stone, But we left him alone in his glory. lx another column we have mentioned the difficulty of the.' ild l3ank getting their demands' 6n' the new Bank -id in convenient money. The difficu...

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His Majesty's Gaol, Sydney, January 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

His Majeaty's Gaol, Sydney, January 12, 1827. The article in your Journal of last week but one, signed L. L. H. should I presume have been signed L. H. H.-the mistake of a single letter however may be overlooked from the pen of one who has aforetime mistaken his whole name. Wit his characteristic impudence he states that the first and last charges brought forward by him were indisputably established. He should have added in his opinion, it being more usual for the Judge in such cases to decide than the Prosecutor. Cap- tain Steel really stated he had seldom seen the under Gaoler in a state of inebriety, and not even once for a period of two months; he also gave him a high character for diligence and attention during the fifteen months he had been under his orders. L. L. H. next states that the under Gaoler's rooms let for 31. 10s. per week. Does he not know that one of those rooms was occupied for seven months, not by a receiver of stolen goods, but by his own daughter convicted of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 January 1827

(.., . , .GO.VERB INAMENT ORD l '. 4 . \o 4 eCoLoma r&EORETARY's OFrFcE, JAN. 12, 1827 A MEDICAL BOARD, consisting of The Prink' alt itw, .: geoa of the Territory; the Surgeon of H. M, 8; ?$uScss; and WILLIAM BLAND, Esquire, Surgon, resident in Sydney.; Shviiig been assembled to m estigate and rptrd th Inthtbase bf the late Sergeant Aitchiitsoneqf the Buff~, who died on the .Mraiiilg of'the 4fh.'Instant;'lHis • ExcELLE?~OY' the Goviit 4nCa is pleased to direct the: Publication of the Opihion of the Board, which is as follows:-. ,. OPINION. The.Court, having duly considered 'all the Circumstances con nected with the above Case, and the Evidence adduced, are .of Opinion, that Surgeon Ivory,iof the Buffs, stands clearly:exculpated from,--lst. All possible Charge of Neglect of his Public,-dty', and *fdly.. That he is, in an equal Degree, from all .Imputation of - .want) of Humanity. The 'Grounds upon which we have formed the above Opinions, are, Isl. That Surgeon IVORY, in order...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 January 1827

A BOARD sat on Monday last to investigate the char ges against the military Overseer relative to odd pounds of beef, &c. which he had shewn a disposition to con sider as a kind of bonus or fee of office. We are given to understand, the Superintendent of the Establishment wap satisfactorily proved to be blameless. THE Acting Superintendent of Police, impressed with a just belief that the presence of a'superior officer is ne cessary to the punctual discharge of the duties of the Constabulary, frequently perambilates the streets of Sydney at night, accompanied by an armed detachment of the D'elite Corps. THE dilapidated state of .the drains has been thought worthy of notice. They appear to be undergoing ge neral repair; gangs of 'labourers are employed in opening them in various places for the purpose. We are pleased to see the lamps putting up, and not too far apart. ABUNDANC? OF GOLD.-Gold continues to arrive in En gland from all parts of Europe. A remittance, worth' 150,0001...

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