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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 January 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.. ARRIVALS.-On Saturday afternoon, the 20th instant, H. AM S. Fly, from Western Port, Oi'Sunidad, the 21st. the bark Lyna,,from the Fishery, ladinig 120 tils of 9p~prn oil. On Tuesday, the 23rd. the ship Grenada, Captain John Tracy, from London on the 5th of September, and Hobart Town on the 15th instant, with 83 female prisoners. Dr. A. Nesbit, R, N. Passengers D. A. C. G. Goodsir, and Mr. Beauvais. On   Wednesday, the 24th, the ship Cumberlandf Captain Robert Corns,' £iom London on the 16th. of .Septernbe?, Plymouth 20th, and St. Jago on the 17th rof OctOber) Pasent res Mrs. King and 4 children; Mr. and" Mrs; 'Letlibtide; " Miss 'Throsby; Miss Waring; Mr, 'Jas.' Atkinsh';" r. 'J:'F. M'Arthur, and 9 steerage passeoge:s, . La'di1ig,: 67g 1.?aids of stout, 224 ditto beer, 82 tierceslotth;i dictto, 20 boxes of soap,.30 of blacking, 50 puncheons of rum, 5:.barrels of pork, wheels, axletreeS, ploughs, harrows, and agricultural unplements; 41 sheep, sun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 27 January 1827

, t_, ESKTPHALIA. HAMS, Fine Snuffs, English Boots Y'.iSha~gTobacco, on Sale at JOHN PAUL'S new and, extensie- Warehouse, George Street. 7ANTED 1Two or Three Appientices to the Wheelwright Business.---Apply at Mr: Thomas May's, Upper Pitt Street, Sydney. . STO 'BE, LET. ' TN THE TOWN OF WINDSOR, for such Term of Years S.as may be agreed' upon.--A HOUSE and GARDEN, with a number of valuable fruit trees thereon, and Two Small Paddocks adjoining; containing in the whole, about TTREE ACREs of Arable Land, well known; being the late Residence of Mrs. MERRIT. For Terms, apply to MAJOR WEST. MILLINERY WAREHOUSE, 74, GEORGE ST. M RS. DILLON has the honour of announcing to her . IFreinds and the Public, that she has received by the SShip Magnet, and has on SALE- at her new Warehouse, two doors from King-street, a choice and select Assortment of Child-bed and baby linen Children's striped nankeen dresses and frocks Ditto shoes, drab beaver, nankeen, and cotton bonnets Ladies' Leghorn and fine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

RBKther, Pitt-street,8 ydn g st i e tfuil orbs his customers, and the Scnigenet~ theit hýhitlhds reducing the present ,jI: 'of meat wiih the' Qiirter connencing tihe say. of Jaiary nexit to the prces undertentioned, :?- ot b randPork, at Id. per pound Sterling. 'rime Bee .....6..... 6d.- do. Comise Beef .............. ad. do. He also trusts that- by paying strict attention to orders given, he will continue to merit that patronage he has 'hithdrto so kindly experienced.- FRESH ARRIVALS EX-MAGNET, 74, GEOROGI-STRBET. i IRS. DILLON begs to acquaint her Friends that in addi -. IVI tion to, her other extensive Assortment of fashionable 'ROODS, she has just received - ter?c e of Black'crape of superior quality ; `AIso, rich English satins, and Persians of the most admired Coloursu ' S:A'variety of fic " ell wide English prints, - B.lack and coloured sewing silks and twist, Shoe ribbons and bilidings, galloons, tapes, ferreting, Wire shirt buttons, thimbles of all sizes, -?otton balls, Gol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

NE -ior. Two single .Gentlemen. miy lie 'zcominodated - ith ntge eI 'Board and' Lodging, 'tor Boaid .only)jin moderate terms, in one of..the.most healthy.situations in town,' and not more than ten minutes walk from'the Publie Offices' Application to be made at Mr. Grey's Cottage, Park Street, Race Course, opposite Dr. Anderson's. MR. JAMES CRISP, Member of the St. Pancras Col= lege, of Veterinary Surgeons, begs respectfully to ac quaint his Friends' and the Public; thbit'he has removed to the Premises lately otcupied by 'Mr. Thomas' Smithera, No. 24, George Street; where he hopes, by. unremitting attention to his occupation, to ensure a share of publc. patronage. Saddle Horses and neat Chaises to let, at Mr. Crisp's livery and commission Stables, ana 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. MILLINERY WAREHOUSE, 74, GEORGE ST. M RS. DILLON has the honour of announ...

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(Adventures of a French Sergeant continued from p. 285.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

(Adventures of a French Sergeant continued friom p. 2S5.) Our hero is next found acting against the English aind Swedes,,at the siege of Stralsund, in Pomerania. During. an assault on the out-works, " an' Officer pointed out a windmill to me, and ordered me to take four men and set it on fire. We drove in the door, and were preparing to execute our orders, whelk we were surprised by the appearance of a woman, making a pitious lamentation, followed by two childred from live to six years of age. She' stretched out her arms in a tone of supplication, and threw herself at our feet. She spoke with a great deal of action,, and her animated language and sobs could leave no doubt as toher meaning, though I did not under stand one word of what she said, she was imploring me not to destroy this mill, which perhaps, was her only sup port. It would have been a consolation to me to have made her understand the regret I felt in executing a cruel order-to have told her it was not in my power to di...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

TPE- Anniversary Meeting and Dinner of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society, is fixed for Thursday. the 15th of February, at Walker's Inn. The Stewards, John Piper, H. Wardell, J. Mackaness, A. Allan, and G. G. Mills, Esqrs. Three sample fleeces of Saxon Ewes Wool, twelve months in the Colony, are to be sent to the Meeting by Mr. A. Riley, who challenges competition. Mr. J. Atkinson has presented through the Secretaries his-Treatise on. Agriculture and Grazing in New South Wales, as a Candidate for the Medal on that subject.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIR, As Longbottom is conjointly with Grose Farm under my superintendance, any abuse existing among those under my pontroul must be attributed to my neglect or breach of duty. M'r. Inn-keeper Nettleton asserts that a house stands within a stone's throw of his dwelling, where an unlicensed dealer vends his commodities, (spirits it is to be inferred) but though he writes in a bitter spirit it is not quite clear. And this is openly allowed by the Military there, the Government Water Cart being repeatedly employed to supply them with Water. I must however inform Mr. Nettleton, if he does not know, that the Water Cart is not under the direction of the Military, but of my Assistant Superintendent-thus his astounding proof of patronage, &c. sinks to its native insignificance. Govern ment Stock at Longbottom have been permitted to water on the establishment designated a Rendezvous-the Government WaterOart has been lent in return, but no man, ox, horse, ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

MEMORANDUM IF A rTI, mEIUsUINGu WEEK.. S[5th:'Stinda after Epiphany . I · SUN rises, at 14 min.:past 5. High Water at Prt-Jackson, 2 Morn.-28 min. past : Aft. First Quarter of the Moon 1 'min. past 7 Morn. Sun sets 45 min.. past 6. High .Water 59 min, past 2 Morn.-32 min, past 3 Aft. AGATHA. Day 13 Hours 28 Min, long,. ' High Water, 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min. past 43Aft • Day decreased 50 minutes. - , High Water, 15 win. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5'Even. go . I High Water, 12 min._past 6 Morn.-46 min..paet '6 PEt. 1 i High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min.. as 7 Ev. SHigh Wter, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-3p miin. past ~,Nt, I Garden apd Agricplture.-Plant Potatoes all thiis mouth ) . ·~for a general Winer' Crop.' Prepare Ground foriTuf nips. Sow Cape Barley for Forage. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE ~.AST WEEK,' WITHIf THE VARIATIONS OF THEE THERMOMETER, TAKEN. AT 7 A.. M' A1D 12' M. EACII DAY XlESPECTIVELV. - - FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUU. WE. TLJr S 70--76 69-78 72-79 68-78 69-74 70-80...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

A SYDNEY MARKETS. An extensive supply of Grain was quickly disposed of at Thursday's Market, though at a reduction in the averagerate. The deedining prire of Wheat occasions consternation among the Settlers, present value scarcely paying the growers, nor is a rise anticipated. " Maize and.Barley are steady fetching fair prices. In the dealing branches the Market was rather dull. Dairy produce and Fruit cheapen. The shew of Cattle was small; about thirteen sold from 41. 10s. to 61. 5s. A few Pigs fetched 25s. per head. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 25 at 5s. 3d.-200 at 5s.-372 at 4s.-54 at 3s. 9d. Purchased for Waterloo and Steam Engine-750 from 4s. 3d. to 5s.--Average 4:. 74d. halfpenny.-Total 1,401 Bushels. Wheat from 3:. 9d. to 5#. 3d. per Bushel; average on total sold, 4s. 6d.-Maize 4.. to 4.. 6d.-Barley 3s. 9d--Butter 2s. to 3s. per lb.-Cheepe, Is. 2d.-Eggs Is. 9,. to 2s. per doz.-Fowls 2*. 3d. to 3s. 6d. per couple.-Duckh 4;. 6d. to 5.. 6d.-Geese 9s. Gd to 1 s.-.Turkies 14s.-Potatoes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, . CoLONIAr, SECRETARY'S OFFICE, JANUARY 30th, ,827. W IS, EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has ben'pleased to appoint.the followingMagistrates of the Territory; viz.- J. T. Camr sxt,,' sq. G: G.. 'MILLS, Esq. .a to receive and report on the Applications for " Tickets of cleave," by Prisoners residing in -Sydney, and its Neighbour hood. The above Gentlemen will assemble at the House of J. T. CAMPBELL, Esquire, the Chairman, in Macquarie-street, on Monday 'next, the Fifth. Day of February,'at Ten o'Clock, wheh such Applications as may be presented will be taken into Consideration. in determining on them, the GOVERNoR is desirous that the most ample Latitude should be given to the Regulations, so that the Prisoners, who have endeavoured to atone for their former Offences, may enjoy the full Benefit of their good Conduct, and that the Example thus held out may stimu late others to merit the like Indulgence. The Disposition of the Government to give every proper Encouragement t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

MARRIED. On Tuesday, by the Rev. W. Cowper, Mr. J. Harper, Wesleyan Missionary to the Ab-origines of N. S.Wales, to Miss Styles, of Sydney. On Wednesday, by the Rev. Dr. Land, Mr. J. Weiss, Wesleyan Missionary for Tongataboo, to Miss E. W. Hewlitt.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

DIED. On the 15th of July, 1826, at Barton House, near Gloucester, the Lady of. George Galway Mills, Esq. J. P. and Registrar of the, Supreme Court of New South Wales.

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VAN DIEMAN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

GREAT disappointments have been experienced at Hobart Torni iti the export of wool and mimosa bark, &c. &c.-'--Theurplhis of grain is iimmense, nine months' supply is in the King's stores, and the harvest not yet commenced.-A public meeting of the merchants took place, in order to arrange for the exportation of 20,000_ . bushels of 'wheat, per the Sir Charles Forbes, to Rio de Janairo. A rough estimate of expenses gives a nett profit of 4,0001. on the cdrgo.-An Act of Council is in active preparation for the relief of insolvent debtors, ac cording to the act.-A large crop of potatoes is raising by the settlers at Oyster Bay, for the supply of the Syd-' ney markets.--The black natives re completely tranquil. -The master and crew of the schooner Brisbane, by whom it was' piratically seized and carried into Batavia, are all dead, and the vessel has been sold by the Dutch. Government, for the benefit of all concerned.--''he first day of the new year was celebrated by som...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

MR. B. LEVEY as been directed by the Authorities not to erect a windmill upon the summit of his new` building, upon the ground of probable peril. We'are informed that these fears are vain, for that independent of the building being pronounced by the Architectst of Sydney one of the strongest in the Colony, the construc tion of the mill, will prevent either noise being heard, or the shadow of the saile being reflected in the street. As, it has been generally known that such was the inttention of the builder for some moniths, Ought not this prohibi tory letter to have been sent earlier ?                            

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

- -ITt referefnce to the char ae made against thg Miliary Stoteikeeper to the- Hyde ParkBarracks,:andhia chum, (men tined .in- one of our former Nos.) for a supposed misappro .priation of Government Stores, which has been the subject of ·. private investigation for some days past before Mr. Carter and other.Magistrates, we avail ourselves of the present op portunity of stating, that from nearly eight years knowledge oftMr. Connor, in the superintendance of that Establishment, (who only subsequently to our first observations on this sub ject was suspected by some -to be the chum alluded to) and his exemplary conduct therein during that period, we shall indeed be much disappointed, if any real or circumstantial evidence canr be adduced that can in any degree cast suspicion on Mr. Coinnor. Mr. C. was originally recommended to that situation by a Gentleman still resident in this Colony of the first res pectabilitv, in the administration of Governor Macquarie; and from that period to the...

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The Sheriff, Sir John Jamison and G. Blaxland, Esq. agreeably to the request of the County Meeting, waited upon the Governor on Monday with the Petition to the King, and addressed His Excellency as follows:— "MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

T7e Sheri,; Sir John Jamison and G. Blaxland, Esq. agreeably to the request (f the County Meeting, waited upon the Governor on Mondc?y with the Petition to the King, and addressed His Excellency as follows: "MAY l T PLEASE ~0ou EXCELLENCY, " The Deputation, now in your Excellency's presence, * had the honour of being nominated by the Public Meet -'ing, which took place at the Court-house, in Castlereagh Street, on Friday last, for the purpose of respectfully requesting that your Excellency would receive the Peti lion, and become the distinguished medium of .trans mitting the same to the Home Government, for the pur pose of being l1iid at the foot of the Throne. And we are instructed to solicit your Excellency's favourable support of the. Prayer of the Petition, which is so highly important and essential to ensure the prosperity and happiness of the People under your Excellency's Go vernment.'' " 'I'o which His Excellency immnediately returned the following reply :--. " Government Ho...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

THE MONITOR. .SA'TURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 18'7. " - -- . .. . . . . .. . . . - . . . . Wa were never more astonished in our lives thaniWe were when we read Government Order No, 12.- We looked immediately at the foot, hoping to find 'that His Excellency had acted by the advice of his council"--bht no! the Governer and Commander-in-chief of convicts as well as the troops, feels under no -necessity of :calling to his. counsels those who were considered by IHis Majesty as proper persons with whom to consult, when only the prisoners are under consideration. With alli'ati has transpired.-with all that hasibeen said and sung by Ipdividtials-with the volumns of caution, warning, advice, criticism, and animadversion on this dreadful military baste-this' Draco-like legislation (for neext to men's lives and limbs is their property--i. e. the litbour of their servants)-with all' these warnings -and sulggestions,' the' Governor, with an infatuation which makes us stare, takes upon himself the entire ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGEi('L: .. ARRIVALS-On Tuesday, the Brig Philip Dundas, Capt: Scarvell, from Batavia Nov. 30th. and from the Derwent on the 24th instant; Passengers-Madame Reus and daughter; Lading-555 Bags of Sugar, 27 Cannisters Batavia do. 105 Cases Sago, 2. Bags Bees Wax, 50 Peculs Rattans, 24 Cases Gin, 200 Barrels Flour, 79 do. Pork, 3 Cases Silk Goods, 100 Barrels Beef, 11 Cases Merchandise, and 4 Cases Jewellery. Yesterday, the Ship Brothers, Capt. Motley. from Cork on the 3rd. of October, with 157 Female Prisoners, 3.died on the passage; Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Forrester; Passengers' -4 free women ; also Ten tons of Copper Coin for the use of the Colony. The Ships Andromcda and Midas are expected daily with Male Prisoners. DEPARTURES--On Sunday, the JPoodford and Speke for Calcutta, having on board a detachment of the 3rd. Buffs, un der the orders of Lieut. Col. Cameron; also, the Governor Arthur for Port Dalrymple. On Monday, the Brig Draý'on on a speculating voyage. O...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

T?E':' T above order was by us duly honoured. We infer that the Government of this Colony meditate an attack :'? its free press;, and in transmitting copies of the two independent journals of the colony to England,.that it will point out such passages in them as this administra ' tlop consider seditious or licentious. For. ourselves,' we a?reconfident we never uttered an expression fairly con Mtriuable into sedition, because we are too great lovers of - a constitutional monarchy for it to be: possible for us to Sbe guilty of an offence so foreign to our nature. To Have been licentious is still more impossible, because we are Bible Christians, and cannot be licentious in a moral 'sense. . On account of their vice and hypocrisy, Christ I'called. the priests and chief rulers of Judea serpents aidd a 'generation of vipers. In denouncing the Pha risees and Sadducees of this colony we have at times used strong language-but such language did our hearts more honour than any thing we. ever w...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

WE perceive by the Government: Notice of the 30th ult. that His Excellency is making up the year's ac counts, and we begin to have a glimmering hope we shall be favoured with a copy, by which we shall be let into the secret what has become of the enormous sums which have been exacted of the inhabitants of this colony of late, without their consent, contrary to an express clause in Magna Carta, and in.opposition to the whole spirit of the British Constitution. With a six tieth part of the population of the American colonies, just previous to their unhappy rupture with Great Britain (an event which we do from the bottom of our hearts sincerely hope will never happen to this colony, because of the two, we consider friendship with England as long as the world lasts, will be the interest and glory of this country)-we say; with a sixtieth of our popu lation it should seem, we are paying a sum equally large as the said 3 millions ; namely, the outrageous sum of 60,0001. ! ! It is now under...

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