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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 December 1828

MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1828. IT is somewhat remarkable, that,the. Parlia mentary Defenders of the proceedings which. terminated is the death of p"ivate Sudds of the 57th Regiment, have rested entirely upon one ground---the humane character Qf the acc:ued 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. Thl illrgaliiy of the act seems to be unquestioned. T'iiz illegality of an act is in most cases pre. 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 ugfeeling die. position, suspicion will attach to him. And every act of wvhick he is the author will then be less suspectible of excuse if illegal,' or if it have led to distressing results. Ami4 should death ensue, from a series of acts ii. legal in themselves, we ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 December 1828

    BIRTH.-Yesterday, at Ultimo House, the resi- dence of her father Mr. Justice Stephens; the Lady of HENRY SHADFORTH ESQUIRE, 57th Regiment, of a son and heir.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 December 1828

T'uesday was the hotest day we have had this summer: the thermometer when placed in the hot wind, rose to 123 deg.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 22 December 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, In consequence 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 ," 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 10th Near the Fountain of Truth and Justice. P. S.-The great Jacko Macko said to a certain great scribe " no man is any longer safe"-if 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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EXPORTS. [?] October, to 15th December, inclusive.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

(: UC~s ' 200 ti. It } ' j 1" ,'dl ''Jtr{} i 'c;;1dt .3 - 1,p184 .140. t!L""ir.v 1 4! gl, t; (i:.e 1,184 10,235 >}" i , _,:. " .::;,r,{ '£ e - '; 32 0 -34 d - i -· ·520 O - - - Se t - - 40 t'"'f +. l , i7 f.'ýct - 204C ~~ I 14, I l 1, t l.t- ' - i 111'l 2J0 - - - - 148g 13.,L-lo 3,0() - ý Hicks 1:0).. I tiui) biO uhduls - - - MlmoseL b1rk 10 tmns - - Oii (hp. Illn) 45 turis - 2;2O O Other ari.'cl, i, - - - 1' t Oil (MrcR-nut) 41 tons - - RO 0 Provisions (salt) 36,70lbs - -- - 47M 0 seal skins 420, - - Shcep 20, - - Y Wool 672 lbs -d 16,; Total (entered) value of exports - - from the ist Jan. to the 15th £.19974 *' :aý r Dec. 1828, exclusive. J ----- f'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

,AT REGENT- VILLE. rWELVE . HUNDRED HEAD, OF I 'HOR? ED CA I TLE; also One Hun-. dred and Twenty Breedipg Mares, and three Floeks of Ewes of 350 each. ,The above Cattle,have been progressively improved for many years past, by the use of ite best imported European Bulls, so that they are now not only eminently calculated for the dairy, but possess hardy constitutions, with bulk and make, profitable fur slaughter or draught. Similar expense and care have been given io the improvement of the- Horses; the Breeding Mares are large and roomy, with bone and points which promise the high est perfection in their offspring, if the best Blood Horses be given them. The. Ewes are the descendants in the fe mallike, from the highest improved flock 0f'the late .Nicholas Bayley, Esq. in 1819; • the male line from that time, of the purest imported Merino Rams, until 1826, and since tiat peyiod with Saxoon Rams. SOne, two, and three years' Credit will be giten to apprqved Pur.hasers. .,But if i0otidpo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

.JUNIUS. T HIS famous Horse will stand for the Season on the premises of the Proprietor l ? :A-dfrew Nash, Parramatta.--'Terms, T1 e 'iiGineas Stg. groom?ge included, yo abe on the 1st. day of next year., This iose is limited to fifty Mares, therefore eagly application must 'be made. No com iamet; it is, conceived need be made uL4on JUNLUS.--(N. B. He is sure. But in case of miusing, nothing will be charged next season, L?fri Nash's object being to perpetuate his f ace.) ' O'0 ERAV MARES THIS SEASON. 'A-i Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At £4. , 0lOs..Sterling, Groom's fee included. All ,.p nsees 'to be paid before the 15th January .&riThe horse -will be limited to 40 SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old, got by "` Steel trap 'out o'f " Black Susan" by " Old Hlec tor." Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes iat the laSt Sydney Meeting, beating the prize colt Bennelong and two others. He is allowed to be the hansomest horse in the Colony. He will be sent to Bathurst ] - immediatly aft...

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THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS. from 1st October to 15th December, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

TIlE TRlA1)l OF SYDNEY. IMFORTS, from 1st October to 15th Decermer, inclusivc. Arrow root 9,384 lbs. - - 1'(; C Arrow root 7,140 lbs. - - 171 ' Agricultural imnplemerts, - - 1 1 .0 British foreign nierchandize - - IFagging 7,371.yards - - :, BeLer 69,758 gallons - - P'lacking 69 cases - - Bo,:ks 21 cases - - "t , Brandy 10,643 gallons - - Brandy 1,075 gallons - - Bailey 960 bushels Burley 300 bushels - - - Butter 2,113 lbs. - - - Canvas 16,644- yards - i Canvas 3,000 yards - - - Carriages 5 - - - i Cement 7 tons - - u ' Chak1t 8 tons -. . . Chimney pieces 2 cases -. -. 30 Clocks 3 cases - - - 100 0 Colours (painting) 36,074 - - l,;it2 0 Copper 66 cwt - - 418 0 Cordage 30i cwt - - 931.. 0 Cordage 6tons - - - 250 0 Cordage 3 tons - - 120 C Corks 620 gross - - - 75 0 Cottons 143,755 yrrds - - 6,529 0 Candles 2,3.10 lbs. - - - 120 0 Candles 8,994 lbs. - - -. 255 0. Deals and spars 12.756 feet a - 153 0 Earthenware 217 packages - - 1,916 0 Fire arms 304 - 3,69 0 Fruits (dried) 12,071 lbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

-e beg to inform our Subscribers both in town an country, they must consider the delivery of their 'V ws papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, and to our news-carrier as regards our friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if put into 'their own hands. Subscribers who do not receie their papers regularly, are requested to complain to asby letter: (post paid) 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 effectual man ner than thus set forth. This is the condition an which we sell our Journal, and of which- we hereby request all our Subscribers to- take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any settlement on account of the Proprietor .of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED receipt signed by him in his. own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account without such receipt, will not be given credit for, nor ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

I?co'RTS AND ExponTS.-It is an extraordi nary fact. that the grallite, used in Macadamising Regent Street, London, is brought from the East Indies.-Leeds Mercury. The contractors of East Binny Quarry, have received and executed a considerable order for stoues for North America. -Scotsman. THE LADIES.--Amnong all th1 late Novel , there-is only one which appears to illustrate ex c'usively the pursuits of the female .portion of the higher classes. " At Home" is a fit title for a book with such a purpose; and nothing can be more amusing and delightful than the display which the authoress makes in ,that work, of liv ing women of quality, from the high.born Duchess, to the last nouveau riche, admitted'on sufferance in the Saloons of the great, NEW SOUTH WALEs.-This Colony is rapidly improving. The cultivation of Tobiacco is be. comil3g general ; and it is expected, that in pro gress of time, New South Wales will be able to' export tobacco equal to that which is grown in Viginia. Manufactu...

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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 — 27 December 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR TIIHE ENSUING WEEK. VARIAIIONS CF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN Titb MlORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. 4th. Sunday after Christmas. I High Water 29 m. p. 12 morn.--46 m p. 2 u Afternoon. Sun rises 52 m. p. 4.-Sets 8 m. p. 7. S lHighl Water, 15 m. p. 1 Morn.- p.55 m. 2 j Aft. SI Last Quarter of the Moon, p5 m. p. 8 Even ijo J High Water 30 m. p. 2 Morn.-6 .u. p. 3 I'c9 Aft. I .igh Water, 33 m. p. 3 Morn.-5 mn. p. 4 | |i I Aft. I ~ I High Water, 36 rin. p. 4 Morn.-S m. p. 5 S Evening. . j c I ligh Water, 40 m. p. 5 Morn.-14 m. p. 6 _ I Aft. C i M High Water, 46 min. p. 6 Morn.-20 mn. p. 7 I I Evening. IusDAY...... 8519880 N. E. Fair FltIDAY ........... 829378 Do. Do. StrurDA ........ 7 89175Do. Do. SlNtiy .........72 8875 Do. Do. MNDAY ........ 6.8070 S. E. Showery. u ........ 6 79, 68Do. I)o. WErINESDAY.. .. 62 78165 o. Cloudy.

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(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

(Dwmnekc Captain. (lht LieutL) Wilson, B5 tbE t Sbeen gazette4 Captain, wlithput- '·:r { Corps, vice Captain Croake , , 4ec d Oftke, the 11th August. Died in. August last, Major '(enero1' Sir Hetir9 Toaruens, Adjutant Oeneral of the Artiy; ,.a paticilsr.' S'pro eg of his late lIA..R. Lh the Duko of'York, , most d itingulshed o>ýcer, ma4 d'nlvetsally 'rcspec by the 1l';Y. ... Major hires, we find hais sold out. o "the Army His Mnjorit was purchase4 b. Capt, Jarlow of th.s. ;same Corps. Rex. v. Howe, at ' the instance8 .of Dr. Dougrlas. *This trial for libel, wlet At lenjth w de ir'Wisdun Wed Snesday. The Defendavut baid been impwnudently,. ·erbuitcd. to read 1 cwa. tafence.;Verdfctluliiy. Sh efendan3' etr d t :t tt,'h osius recognI cs ,or' 1001 to ap et ,a.ww c aad upon foei udgeniau;. m ,

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(Domestice Intelligence continued.) CRIMINAL COURT, FRIDAY, DEC. 19. (Before Mr. Justice Dowling.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

(Domestic Intelligence continued). CRIMINAL COURT, FRIDAY; DEC. J9. (Before Mr. Justice Dowling) Rh-ae Hy"m was lndicted for the wilful murder of Janes .Mc'Grath, at North Richmond, on the 10th of July last. 'It appeared in evidence'that the pri moner and deceased were fellow servants together, : ving in the. employ of one Richard Sculthorpe, a ,-ttler at Richmond, .Deceased was employed. as a Stockman at a cattle 'station about 16 miles from Sculthorpe'i dwelling, On the day laid in the in fortiaation, deceased came into asakilling where pri Ssoner was, :.together. with a man named Langley. S ?e, caversation occurred between them, the one. enqu liog of the other'how they got on. After si'ne little' farther talk, the prisoner' complained of not. being satisfied with his present situation; deceased hereupon told him, he knied .whero to get a fine fa't. e if. he woul4.go for it,. adding that he had only an Old woman to resist. It was arranged that they should both go that night to get...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

DOMESTIC INT'ELLIG ENCE. EXECUTION. Between the hours of nine and ten o'clock on Monday morping, seven unhappy culprits expiated by the "forfeit of their lives, the crimes of which they had been convicted during the present Cri. minul Court sittings. Tl'heir names were John Iron, James Holmes, W?lliarm Owens, 'Trlonas fWhisken, Joln tWelch, Wiliiamn Byne, and Alex-. ander Brown, the latter the chief officer of the Royal Sovereign whaler, convicted of a crime which cannot be mentioned. The others wers bushrangers, all guilty of capital felonies. From the time of their sentence, there was but one man who appeared to entertain a hope that mercy would be extended towards him, That man was Brown. His former respectable situation in life encouraged him in this expectation, and his hope was rather strengtheLed than abated when he learnt, that the life of his youthful cominanion in crime was spared. It is said, that his confidence in being respited did not forsake him until the very moment ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF TH0 MONITOR 'SIR, I am 4 Churchman, but one of that sect in the Church usually denolinated evangelical; a word 'which is beginning to be much perverted. I have been in the Colony some years; and from reading in the Sydney Gazette, that New South Wales was the Head Quarters of the Missions to the South Sea Islands, pad reading a good deal in the same journal about Bible Missionary and Benevolent Associations in Syd iey, I concluded I should benefit my spiritual interests p1l1 as much as I hoped to do my temporal, by emi grating thither. I am sorry to say, that Although in my temporals Ihave. done "tolerably well, I have been disappointed. iu regardltd religion. In the first place, I have found cec fain ministers of religion, both in and out of the esta blishment, regarding each other with envy and dis trust, rather than Christian love; in some instances not even maintaining that exterior semblance of bro therly affectioii, which is so necessary to avoid the Feers of ...

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CECIL TO BEVERY. (Chairman of the Anti-theatricals) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

CECIL TO hEViyRY, (Chairman of the Anti-theatricals) Si n, The flattering encomniums bestowed on my weak abilities by the worthy and pious .members of the Anti-theatrical Club, as pnblished in the Sydney Monitor: of the 20th instimnt, are to me the most gratifying testimonials that have hitherto been offered to Advance Australia." I eave your shores, Gentlemen, 'with. regret, that my labours of love in attempting to shackle the free press of this' country, and condemhing Trial by Jury, when I thought Mr.: luskis son's Bill would be made law,; have unh'appily been made unsuccessful. ,I have lived to wit ness the degradation of that excellent journal the Sydney Gazette, so long the: Boanerges of Australia; and seeing that " the Glory is fast departing from this oracle of truth, consistency, and public worth, I desire ,not to tanrt, lest:I mnight be compelled to witness its entire destrac tion. Still bowever there, is a hope left, that while you, Beverly, continue to act in accordanrce...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 27, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

TdE iVION1ITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 27, 1828 ON Tuesday last there appeared a letter in one of our Contemporaries,. addressed to the Editor, and subscribed Mercator. The writer heads or superscribes his letter with the following sentence :--'. SCANTINv S OF THE CIRCULATING MrESIU3r." And hip objet? is to shew, first, that our current moey X'via. British coin) is what he ludicrously calls " too good" for the Colony; 'anti secondly, that it is not sufficiently plentiful. Tas sentiments of this writer have been exposed over and over -agaii from Adam Smith down to Ricardo and Cobbdtt, They had their advocates however, until ' late panic" arrived (in 18S'5 .26), and which Mr. Baring said, was owing to an excess of circulating medium. Since that period, these advocates for base paper mo ney, and base money of all kinds, have either become converted, or have maintained a prudent silence. ALL base money is founded on ch/atery, if we may call genteel and respectable fraud by so coar...

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TO THE GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

To THr GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL ORGAN. SIR,, I congratulate Australia on the appa rent change in your 8ystefm; and, as I trust, in your prinmciptes wihich hint at honesty; though situated as you are, a little pranrice of the old school must be tolerated, att it would be requir. ing too much 'at- once to look for an ,effectual change in your .political principles to " advance Australia." Let the Dnciaad satyrise, and your own Ass 4ad sulk, or. bray, while you attend like an honest man to the spirit of my letter,: which is neither squib nor afrow, but the sentimeiits' of ' patiriit. You see the im possibility of 'coping with' either of your opponeuts.; even the pulitg Australian mocks at your, calamity, and defeats you at every assaul, - ' . It is evident, the A~s-iad bas hurt your cause, and: ,rendered. the ill-advised measures :of Goveru-, ment ridiculous; and'at the same time provoked even Tyros to edtir the lists With you. It is m?hter oti dbibt -whether any pertion6f the. BritIhb: Emp...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

ENGLIrSH', NEWS: (From. the Mornng .h? , the 1lth ot 7July,) Ma John Wood presnted last night a Pet tiCda, against the infamous Bill which has been abandonaaed, the Additional Churche9 .Bill-from the Borough'!b' Leeds, signed by 19,712 inhabitants. ..... ..... In a Leeds.Mercur Y Extraodiinary daited Wednes 'day last, there is a fill account of the Meeting held in that Borough on Monday last' at which the above l'otition was agreed' to. "The Meeting;" says ol Leeds Contemporary, "b toncluded about two o'oltck on Moaday afterroon, and we must say, that otfall the Public Meetings we ever attended in Leeds, this was one of'the most gratifying. It was interesting in the extreme to witness the gradual developement of those feelings which-an exposure of the arbitrary, iind'dan gerous' enactments of the Bill called forth.r EIcry mind seemed filled with wonder that a British Miniister 'could ever have introduced, and British Parf'amen 'entertained, a measure so utterly at variance i ith the...

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NEWS BY THE ROYAL GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828

If NEWS: s BY THE ROYAL GEOI G'. By the Royal George, which left Lonnlon thie t 25th of August. We have received papers up to the 24th of that month inclusive.- England and Scotland are very quiet; but Ireland' is in a state of iuost extrabrdintiry yet peaceable political ex citement.. Mr:.' 0 Connel's success,.-, and the measmur's which that event require in its support, have elevated the Catholies; to the highest pitch of enthiusiusm, The Orangemen however asecem at length. to have grown wveary of b ing patient 1 , lioker;-?fl, and' ar'' making a' shew of resis t tance in the good old way. France as well as tlie United hing idom has been deluged with rain. The hay harvest lias been greatly damaged ; and Mr: Co?l~ett we see, prognosti.ateli short wheat crops, and a conseqtuent increase in the distress which he says the destruction of the one-pouind notes in April 1829, will inevitably occasion.: He asserts, that'in that month there lvill come ano ther "'late panic." But it will not...

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