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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. (The following sally has been sent to us for insertion.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. - -- .·· LRVr-·. ----·- -5UECI. · (The following sally has been sent to us for insertion.) "Hear, Land o'Cakes, and brither Scots, "Frae Maidenkirk, to Johnnie Groats;   "If there's a hole in a' your Coats, "I rede ye tent it; "A chief's among you takin' notes, " An' faith he'll prent it." "In the bright attire of a bridegroom. gaily: flautted forth one Monsieur, - ., and the gQddess at whose.sblrine he had sacrificed, .was Mademoiselle ******. Much eclat destinguished the joyous consummation of their bEliss;. and of friends and neighbours a choice groupe found harmnonious relaxation from' the 'cares of worldly avocation, on Monday's eve-around the '_ Diamond, ? sparkled gems of the purest water-as "a Sapphire blue," shone in lustre resplendent Mister L'*****, the unassuming bashful manufacturer of dreadful accidents, and' appalling monstrosities. To form a Conti ast, in -et-ty: hue arrayed, le Garcon du, Cafe, with hair au .Brutus, sate with unhi...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The following Paraphrase on one of Moore's National Melodies arranged expressly for the occasion, was sung by MR. A. BILL, at the late Anniversary Dinner. We have been requested to publish it. AIR—PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

The following Paraphrase on one of Moore's National Melodies,   arranged expressly for the occasion, was sung by Mr. A. Hill, at the late Anniversary Dinner. We have been   requested to publish it. AIR—PATRICK'S DAY. Beaming bright are our prospects, our sorrows retiring Leave our bosoms enlighten'd with hope's cheering ray; The birth-right of Britons still warmly desiring— Then fondly we'll hail the bright favour'd day! But just as the morn-star Is seen from afar, The harbinger bright of the opening day, So Liberty's dawn, Illumines our morn, And sheds joy o'er our hearts like the summer sun's beam ; A joy 'tis—that shines with a permanent ray— But tho' 'twere the last spark that in our souls gleam, We'll light it up now on AUSTRALIA'S Birth-day! Contempt on the Minion ! that calls us disloyal ! Tho' fierce to our foes, to our friends we are true! And the tribute most high to the head that is royal, Is, love from the heart that loves LIBERTY too! Tho' Envy...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE WORKING PEOPLE OF BLACKBURN. On the capacity of the Government to collect the Revenue, amidst the miseries of the Nation; and on the projects now on foot for robbing the people in the middle ranks of life, in order to keep up the luxury and the splendour of the Boroughmongers. Kensington, August 16, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 February 1827

TO THE WORKING PEOPLE OF BLACKBURN. On the capacity of the Government to collect theRevenue, amidst the miseries of the Nation ; and on the projects now on foot for robbing the people in the middle ranks of   life, in order to keep up the luxury and the splendour of the Boroughmongers. Kensington, August I6, 1826. THE revenue means the aggregate or total amount of the money which the Government collects from the peo- ple in taxes. It makes up an account of these collections once in a quarter of a year ; and it permits its clerks or somebody else; to publish this account ; and, at the same time to publish an account of the revenue in the cor rpiindinig quarter of the last year. For instance, April .1ay, and June, make a quarter': so: that, early in last month, an account of that quarter was published accom panied with an account of the receipts or revenue for the ihotiths of April, May and June, in'1826. This is called tht'" Quarter's Revenue," and if the quarter of this...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

ENGLISIi MISCELLANIES. HATTON GAR1 ir. SISTERS OF FRIENDSHIP.-Mfr8 Mary Jones and Mrs. Sarah Wood, two respectable-look. ing matrons, the, co-stewardesses of a club called ". The" Sisters of Friendship," were brought before Mr. Sergeant Sellon, to show cause why they" scratched" Mrs. Jane Roberts, one of the sisterhood.-The complainant said, that she had been paying into the Society for years, and although she was one of the oldest members, the stew ardesses thought proper to fies her los. which 'she refusing to pay, they took upon them to scratch her ofd 'the books-Mrs. Jones attempted to justify the decision. She was in the chair on the night that it was levied, and she never saw. more gross impropriety' than what Mrs. Roberts manifested on the. occasion. *" I'll assure your Worship, she was most shameful intosticated, and she vould not let one living soul " talk but. herself."-. Sergeant SELLON: I suppose you were all- talking to. gethez ?-Mrs. Jons: 'Oh, dear no, Sir; I was call...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

HOMAS MATTHEW 'LLOYD, otherwise a Thomas Lloyd, ofdi illingham, in the County of Dorset, Boot. Iukcr, lb9rn in 1770, volunteered from the 4th Company of the, 8th' Ruat Veteran Battalion into the. 102nd Regiment of iFoot to go to New South. Wales, and left England -onioard; the Rek'overy Whaler ubout.the year 1808§; He is 5. ft. 10in.; high, dark eyes, dark complexion, and black hair4.., Wish`to.knoit ( he arrived safe at New.South.Wales, if so, where-' he is .livin'g, whether he is married. or sin1Z1i ald't him;tp write to his friends at hlandford as they are anxoious 4to bear from him. If he is dead, we want a 6eritifi ite of ,iis death and burial, attested by the proper. Authoritiesa stating,. ,whether he hadbden martiuaand had aniy childien, how many and: vhere they reside. ; . On en urhg at the War Office wedind that Private Thonlas - Lloyd of the Royal Veteran Cbinpany Wits living at: Parru A matta -on the 24th of April, .18148 andwe presume he'istlii& olject of our enq...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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King of Prussia's letter to the Duchess of Anhalt, on her change of Religion. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

King of Prussia's letter to tke Duchess of Anhalt, on her change of Religion. I cannot describe to you the very astounding and pain fal impression that your letter, confirming the previously circulated report (which I regarded as a fable) of you ahd the Duke having become converts to the. Catholic. religion, has; made and indelibly fixed upon me. Speak ing according to the sincere feeling and conviction of my heart, I must plainly tell you, that in my judgment a more unfortunate and sinful resolution, could not have been adopted. Had 'you confided to me when I was in Paris the slightest hint of your intention, I should, in the most earnest and solemn manner, have conjured yon, by' every thing you hold most sacred, to abandon this de sign.. You have, however, accomplished your-purpose, -'-you have rashly bounded over the immense chasm which seperates the two religions-you have renounced the faith of your relations, the faith in which you were born, nursed, and. educated.-May God be m...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

SSYDNEY MARKER½ Some changes in the Market departmerithtiavir id etaila e on Thursday. we have not yet been furnishd 'with the al R'eturnR, and are consequently tunable to lay.befyreoorriJal ers the state of the Market with. our accnatomed at curacy., Our R.eporter furnishes us with the following remarks made trom- phservution.-'" Business generally took ai lively turn,; t e supply of Wheat and Provisions was abundant, and resa li'd hsearly the.same prices as last week-a large projliortion left the Market unsold, Fine sain pies of Wheat 'are hid df nand Which is not readily met Arise ini Maise4&'autiblpa& ted frdin the continued drought. raIn' the Cattie. Makket: e notked no extensive transacthins. prime Beast being ? Average Priee of Wheat about 4*. 6A4per B8usheL-MalazeA. Butter 2s. to .2.. 6d per lb.--(be aet . $4.---E s . L to 2e, per doz -p-Fowls 2s 9d.. , t a, &U - Ducks 48. to 6a. -( eese; :QU. to 12. Tul t 2S Eito 168.-Potatoes .8. to T48. per cwt..- ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

DIAR'Y. . MEMORANDUM FOR, THIC IN5UINI WpEK.' Z Septuagesima Sunday. High Water at Port4Jacksor, 66 midi. past 8 Morn.-10; _ a, jmin. past 9 Night. * High Water; 3Q mip,. past 9 Moro -50. min. past 9 Nt. 2 F Iull Moon 28 min. past 8 Morn. ~ i I j High Water, 5 min. past.10 Morn,-25 min. past 10 Nt. SUN rises, qt 23 inin. past 5. VALENTINE. High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn..-11 at Night: Sun sets-36 min. past 6. High Water, 16 min.. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Nt Day 13 Hours 10 Min. long, High Water, 56 min. past 11 Morn. Day decreased 1 hour B minutes.. (i I I High Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 'A STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK? WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMATER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELY. T 'JRS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUE. 'WED. 70-78 .72-75 73-76 78-104.70-76 74-79 72 -78 Clear Clear Hazy & Sultry Light Season- Clear & weather. weather. dull. with-hot clouds able wea- . cool; winds & & warm, th...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

TREB 1MONITOR. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1827. ' LETTER No. I; from the pen' of our venerated Ex Judge' Field, whose affidavit is still upon record in the Governor's Court,, (unless the Registrars old or new have mislaid it) that he himself received no fees in-' his Court, while his income 'was increased a thousand a year by some sort of fees, as Mr.- -- will prove when ever called upon-we say, this man of truth did not attract our notice so long as he clavered (as the Scotch 'say) about bush-ranging, police, and other minor con cerns; because we'. considered such obvious subjects' about, a match for his mtind, and that probably his labours might not on such comnion-place materials be positively vicious.' But since he has, honoured the Coloaly with his opinions on its fitness for Trial by. Jury, and a House of Assembly, and as the Chronicle, not knowing~the true character of its Correspondent, has' given his lucu brations notice, it behoves us to make a feW -remarks on 'the false assum...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. JOHN WYLD1., Esq. late Judge Advocate of New Sopti Wales has been created by the.University of Camb'ge a Doctor in Civil Law.-In the King's New Palhce; ýt. James's Park, is a Picture Gallery 190 feet in leuýti, excellingevery thing of the kind in Europe, savin the Yatican and the. Louvre.-" The United Kingdom" Siain Packet which travels between. London and Leh , is 1,063 tons, with two engines of 1ob horse power ejikb--. makes up 170 beds, for passengers.-The Steam noats between London and Rotterdam now perform the vou yge in 23 hours.-The ,Lord Chancellor and the Vice ipn cellor are opposed to each other in their opinions on Mapny points of law.-The late Baron Gifford who was 5Q yejtre of age was the youngest of the English Judges, 'htrou Graham is 86, and the Lord Chancellor 75. Law 0e0is to agree well with long life.-The 'Rissian FrJ'ate§ Constantia and Helene arrived at qravesend in Sept fber with 460,0001. in Gold Bars frbp the new nipep oaf Muscovy. THE-h...

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Cobbett's Address to the Working People of Blackburn, Continued from Page 302. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

,e a m lend Blackhurn, thou h. we o t 8Ws incontrdvertableoisrgHasa" z., j1 6e tt tbat sart of conviction,' which " A rIgAWrekP!6is b I ii frbz .iny own mituu. I MA a t}i, r. "y*q a, *en it appears to nif n ao i te. . ususJbe sc', thF. ". J npp 'inms frcan any, igthpt I sep .or, leaF tlsa lph ifiSOd' ,:My y eyes or .sy ears may deceive mg ; 1 r4 canv 'nevererr ;, treatit fairly, and' it never. will a'ive you fLet then, my friends, consult reason r d't is siub ect If 1were addressing myself to Bo `9 igers, or any of their stupid tribes, I shobuld 'ý,4h9; above fact b %e h hem' with one hand, and hold .j arcon.-stiks in ,fie other.' You are to be treated in a dciferent manner.; ' y ' bpv undýrstood all 4q$ the 'debt apd the paper; money for many years; nqt a ypuig 0a er amnongst you, who is turned, of twenty-one, 'who. ictiot noi't fit' to make'laws than the Lord Charleses are. ý; nd to, deal, with thein, in' the present instance, I F ýi a more think of that argument that I am, about ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

TO THE 4DITOR OF PTE MoNLTOyt. SIR, I AM an unlett ed man, but I wish, nevertheless, to.' he heard through the press. For. the last eleven ;months, this government have at intervals endeavourAd to frame-a sort of regulation for the granting of tickets-of-leave. About two months ago, after protravted delays and repeated allusions, appeared what was called the outline-hut it proves to be the boundary line, contain og in itsf .an all-sutlicient rethedv for incircful remnants left the prisoners in Major GoulbirD's system for granting tickets. But'to the point. + ON Monday last, the .5th instant, the day of anxious ex pectancy arrived, Many, nio doubt, fclt a confidcce, from b0 obtain that Whicbh Iuas ` lg x! ;to: proc ret i + oNow; tIheý rwarrtast ea_ 4 I eveoffl clayeo.bq ea rkivag i o s el i1 d, ant of :course en nqu at of thIem, tolearn wvhether'b zettzon or cert cute 'if to da apply,; could `receve no ena lI was to bie done .hy p etition, 'which 'wouldd exolasively p'zt a vn dollar ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

SHIIPPfNG L TELUlis.i'S kh. ARRIVALS. On Sunday, the'Cutter Fanny, Storey, Mas.;. ter, frdin Hobart Town in (, days. Saw .1 M. S. Succese oftf Cape Pillar. DEPARTURES. On Wednesday, the Ship Portland, Capt. Mood, for London direct. Passengers-Col. Balfour. atid family, Capt- Lockyer aind family, Lieut. Stoddart, Mr. G, Har per, and Master J.. Cowper. nLding-1,202 pieces of Ceditr 300 Blue Gutn Piank:,. 169 Bales .of Wool, 2 Casks salted Skibis, and sundry Cases of. Mineral, Birds, Books, -Arrow Root, &c. On Thursday,-the Olivia for Port Dalrymple; Ou' Friday the Brig Earl of Liurpool for the Isle of. France. Lading-74 Blue Gunn Planks, -86 Cedar do. 2Cases Furoi-, ture, and 10 Cases of Ale. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. To morrow the Fann . for . Hobart Town and the Dutterell . for Port Dalrvmple. This daythe Marquis of Ilqntl for London direct. Lading -1,333 pieces of Cedar, 212 Blue Gum Plahlis, 7,960 Tree nails, JO1New Zealand Spars, 339 pieces of Timber, 275 CaiskSV Barrels, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

NOTICE TO SETTLERS AND OTHERS.-All out   standing Debts up to the 31st December, 1826,,due to the. undersigned, 'are requested to be paid on or before the 1 of April next; in default of which, they will be handed over to a solicitor without further notice.     JOSHUA AARONS. February 9, 1827. ' FROM LEWIS and GO's, 193, REGENT STREET, LONDON. MRS DILLON has received from the above fashionable   house, and will open on MONDAY, a choice selection, ex. Cam6erland, of ladies full trimm'd 'Gros de Naples dresses; ball; dinner, carriage, and, walking lace; silk, muslin, gauze, and crape ditto. Of: the latest fashions and most exquisite fabric. 74, George Street. BILLIARDS. A SMALL SIZED ' ENGISH"I BILLIARD 'TABLE, to be sold at .xr -udge's No. 4, Church Hill, AT THE STORES OF T. G' PITMAN, No. 10, GEORGE STREET. A N elegant assortmentrof Nankin and Canton Crapes, of .11.various colours, florcntiues,. silk, stockings, lacquer'd car boxes,...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

MR. EARLE our indefatigable and popular Artist we under-stand is preparing a panoramic view of Sydney on an exten- sive scale, for the purpose of transmitting to the Society of Arts in England. The Editor of the Australian, whose opinion as a barrister is worth attention, alleges that the Church Corporation have not only abrogated their charter, but they are themselves so conscious of it, as to have sent home a petition for a renewal. We are sure that Government could not stimulate the loyalty and aftection of this colony more, than by not for giving the trespass of this same Church Corporation. That government, which with such severe aspect and inor dinate zeal passed a law (censured by us at the time) to prevent the circulation of dollar money, giving the up-country people time wholly insufficient to learn its existence, is now issuing dollar-moincy itself! Thus, we are to continue to be cursed with two sorts of money, which places the poor and illiterate at the mercy of the craft...

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. A ROMAUNT. CANTO I. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

CANTO I. I." II, thou! .in 1 ellas deeln'd of leav'nly'birth,' Mause I formn'd or fabled at.the minstrel's will! since sham'd full oft by later lyres on earth, Mine dares not-call th.e from thy sacred bill 'Yet there I've wander'd by thy vaunted rill! Yes! sigh'd o'er Delphi's long-deserted shrine, Where, save that feeble fountain, all is still; Nor mote my shell awake the weary Nine To grace so plain a tale-this lowly lay of mine. "II. Whilome in Albion's isle' there dwelt a youth Who ne'er in virtue's ways did take delight; But spent his days in riot most uncouth, And vex'd with mnitth the drowsy ear 'of Night. Ah, me! in sooth he was a shameless wight, Sore given to revel and ungodly glee; . Few earthly things found favonr in his sight Save concubines and carnal companie, Anid flauntizg wassailers of high and low degree. III. Chille Harold was he hight :-but whence his name And lineage long, it suits me not to say; Suffice it, that perchance they were of fame, And had been glorio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

uratý empziloy*2 or 3 Mi bw,h;niape a: ý: k <t+ edgs of~ e ;B Via the, 4irccti9n, w ae .thoseajwb ''t cNO[S£oR;84, o ; . ng them itt' some' r,- ing. ,~ -upi ~ encouragement will be 'vp obikp 'they are well acquainted r~epý 3 ii 1f frtt~tpar~tirtalars tipple" `.o' W.' Kloen::;r S ek ; Mr. Wilson, iiverpool; or Mr. Clegg, Road W. KLFNSENDO . KLESENDRLfFFJ, ,Livr ,uA8than.,. l927 . 4stWPublished,: in one Volume Octavo, Price Ten $hillings' +Wa_4s, to bn Sold at the Australian Stationery Warehouse, tofl.at M... .APPLETON'S Pitt-street. tUROR AUSTrfRALIS; or Specimens of SACRED POETRY, for the Colonists of Australia. /OHND .'UNM )RE LANG, D. D* and A. M.. te b'iliantu Chaplain and -Minister: of -the: Slots Church, : .:.rSydney. N' B.The Prefits arising from the Sale of -this Work are tof be ppropriated towards the. Liquidationof the Debt on th` Scots Church. .Sydin(y- Dee. 22, 1826. 9a, PtIT T STAT. MELVILLE, bagb to return his most grateful acknow o : odgements, for the liber...

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The following is an extract from a letter giving an account of the writer's tour through the Settlements on Hunter's River, the latter part of which is so just and important us to strike our attention. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 10 February 1827

The following is an extract from a letter giving an accountof the writer's tour through the Settlements on Hunter's River, the latter part of which is so just and important as to strike our attention. "WE got hometo Patterson's Plains to a late dinner, between, seven and eight o'clock, tired with sitting so many hours in the saddle, .usher than with. the distance rode We unfor t tunately also made choice, in our impatience for dinner, of I ope of Those short cuts which aimost invariably turn' out the I longest way round. We soon forgot our fatigues amidst the L excellent cheer and hearty welcome of our worthy host and. his amiable lady, and after paying every reasonable respect to his Inn showen I was glad to get to bed: This is a fine sheep. and dairy district.. Mr. N. has, nearly 3000 sheep of a highly iniproved breed; and his neighbour, the magistrate, musters,. I believe, about 2000,.all in. the finest order. Most of the settlers make 'a cheese a day, weighing about 151h. At thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

SUSTu LANDElD from. the Ship Cumberland, Fifty i'c teonas. ?,, of Real old Jamaica.Rum. ' On Sale at J. ROBERTS'S; Can - tlcreagh Street. IrTIdOMAS MATTHEW LLOYD, Qotherwise Tl'omas T1 Lloyd, of Gillinghbam, in the .Colnty of ]Dorset, Boot Maker,i horn in 1770,. vblunteeredrfrom, the 4th CompaiSfyof the 8th Royal Veteran Battalion into the 102nd Regiment. of Foot to go to New South Wales, and left England oni board the Recovery Whaler about. the year 1808. He is 5 ft. 10 in, Shigli, dark eves, dark complexion, and, black hair; Wish to kn`ow if he arrived safe at New South Wales, if so, ' where he is living, whether he is married- or single, and tell. him to write to his friends at blandford as they are, anxious to ,hear from him. If he is dead, we want a Certificate of his death and burial, attested by the proper Authorities,'stating,, whether. he had been married and hadany children, .howt.muny and where they. reside. O~ en quiring at the War Office we find that Private Thomas :Llo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

7o our Surscribcrd 4q'yvertisera d Friendr. . .Mr. .1if Tayylor of C ~qu~arie Street, Pta rramtiq a, Mr. Geovrge Juj A,, of Winder, d reiFehofde?;,, Thomas Hammond of Camripell Toon, are authorised bytfhe Proprietors of this Journal toreceive.te ihe amOunt oftheir bills every quarter asfurnished ; for which puriipose, the said faur 4Agents are proiided with; printed receipts toith'the name of E. S. HALL affi~ed thereto. Letters, .Advertisements,and Communications,.intendedfor THE MONITOR, may be also left with the above, peisonas,ty ha ving kindly.undertaken to see them safely sentdown to'u. And for the infoirmation of our numerous and inereasing $ub scribers up the Country, we here.re-publish our ~i? of charges for Advertisements. Advertisements of Eight Lines and.under...... 3s. 6d. .Do. 'Eleven " do. .. :..'.... 4s '0. Do. Fourtee do. .. .. .....4 6 And so on in the proportion of Sir pence advance for every Three. Lines. Advertisements inserted after the first.timne, will be. cha...

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