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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828

S NiEY MARKET' Price of' wheat on Tuesday last, t9s.--' -Potatoes 18s. per cwt.-Fine Flour 23? cwt.-Seconds 20s. ditto. 1No. 81 George Street Sydney .Neos,)So BD[TMD, PRIN¶ , AND PUB LISm BY THO It(RPRIBfTOB, EDWARD SMITLI DIALL. 0 .

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828

,. ENGLISH. 8 ,,., (From the MQrninge cb yf the 1th4 or ju 1:) MaR John Wood' presnted lais '?git a' tin against the infamous Bill whiclihas'been ababd ued- ? the Additional Chburches'"Bill-.fromii the Boroigh; of Leeds, signed by 19,712 inhabitants: "" ' In.a Leeds Mlercur Eastraordinary. dated W'ednesi day last; there is a. fufllaccount of the Meeting beld In that Borough on Monday last, at which the above. Petition was aireed to. "The Meeting," says cur Leeds Contemporary, "' toncluded about two o'olock on Monday afternoon, and we initst say, that of all the Public Meetihgs we ever attended in Leeds, this vyas one of the most gratifying. It was interesting in .the extreme to witness the gradual dcveloripment of these feelings which an exposure of the ari¶trary and djin gerous enactments of the Bill. called forth. Every mind seemed filled with wonder that a I3ritislh Minister could ever have introduced, and British' Parl arnn entertained, a measure so utterly at var-iance isith th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.     T0 the readers of the Monitor.—Gentlemen of rank,   and civil and military officers, whether subscribers to this journal or not, are informed, that it will be es- teemed a favour if they will transmit to the office of the Monitor a memorandum 0f any birth, death, or marriage which may take place in their families or                 among their connexions either in the Colony or in England. The form and style of such communica-   tons, 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 CORRESPONDENTS. A letter from " A Deputy Assistant Commissary Ge- neral," came too late for insertion. Though cou- pled with no request for insertion, which we should &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828

SALE .BY CT1ON, BY MR. PRITCHETTT jy: Ordter of the Executors of Mr.. Charles iHadley,' at his former Residence, in the District of Evab,' on- Wednesday.- the 7th Day of January 'net. fHCI REE excellent small' FARMS, situate '1. in theDistriet of Evan;' one of 160 Acres, isd two of40 Acres each; two Brood Mares, ,and two Foals, one by Clydesdale, and the other by Camerton; .two very. good Draft Htbrses; onr :t-i-e ar gld :Colt, and one one'year old Col,? by .Clydesdale; twenty nine head of horoe4. Cattle;' of the Breed of Mr Badgery. Terms--Cash for all Purchases under £ 10; th'ree- mintiihh Credit on Purchases of £25 and upwards; and ik iioniiths, on £50 and .tpwaids, on apptovk~f negociable bills, bear ing tvwo names, or bther ''good security. The Sale will commence at 1I o'clock.' 'Further particulars relative to 'the Farms, . c;.may be obtained on application to the vJ FuLToN,. and. Mr. Jon~ SINGLE, at i~ Nep ean, •Executors to the Estate; or, to p 4r.itTCusTTr, No. 60, George-s...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

At Campbell Field, on New Year's day, as Mrs. Redfern and her youngest sister were taking an airing in her gig, the horse took fright, and galloped off at a most fatrious rate, and running against a fence, the vehicle was dashed to atoms, and both ladies being thrown over the fence, narrowly escaped death. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Redfern did not escape unhurt, having received a splinter in her leg; but information. of the accident having been sent to Doctor Bland, he set ofl the same, night (with the utmost speed, and would no doubt arrive in time to render effectual aid to this amiable liidy. Word has since arrived in town, that Mrs. Redfern isd cing well, and no dann ger apprehended. Lieutenant Colonel Snodgrasa (J. P.,), a highly dis-, tihnguished officer under-the great 'Vellington, and who commanded a Brigade at the storming of St. Se bastian,.on the 1st of the present year assumes the office of Major of Brigade; an flfice which has seen a great variety,of occupants (say...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

To THE EDIrOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, Sin, I believe that every one who reads the para graph in the iast 'number., of your Journal, re specting the jOdmmiittee of inspection on the Military Chest; will think it calculated to create an-impression extremely prejudicial to the Cont missariat Dtpartment, if suffered to pass uncoin tradicted. Nevertheless, I shall content myself with disprov:ngyyour insinuations by a temperate antd plain statement, which is corroborated' by. the evidence- of the actors in the business yon allude to, and by the concurring. tesuimony of, many other persons. For the sake of accommodating merchants and. the'public, who were continually conmtlaining of the loss of time in waiting while large payments were counted out to them in such small coin as half crowns, shillings and sixpences ; and also that the Commissariat Officer, who acts both as cashi. 'and accountant of all the Commissariat cash transactions, might be enabled to besto v more of his personal attent...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

TO~ T ruHE EDITOR, OF THE MONITOR. .,f While you have the honour to be opposed t he politics of a certain official character; vwhose private walk. and morals you must secretly 4,pplaud, I hope )ou will join with me in con demning the bad taste of a- silly illhosen quiz,. vcalled " Son1 of the Maidens," in the Austra 'JIin Journal of the 23rd. Inst. The production, ihough facetious, loses its merit, by an unmanly "uac1 on tbe feelings of a family of rank, they being ladile. Such' oareo ealige are only caletlated to injure the cause for which the Edi tor affects to contend, and he must be hardly equal in valour to the ghost of a paper warrior, I?bwho could assail the teelings of young ladies, because their parent was of contrary politics to himself. 'When the preWMut Administration will be re .ferred to by future politicians, as a beacon to preveIt the ship-wreck of subsequent Rulers, it will be said,, that, the. Jiiuruals of :he d(ayde .scended to prevate life, in order to gratify th...

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GREGSON'S TRADE LIST. IMPORTS. From 26th August to the 30th September, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

G. REGSON'S TRADE LIST. IMPORTS. 26th August to the 30th-Septeti?ler,. inclusive. Sd£ s* ~ t?irutiarl implenent . - 145 0 44A 'ipe and slOps, 131 packages - 4,999 0 ' 1ig.42,800 yards - 0 4 eer and ale 48,093 gallons - '5,502 0 "lacking 17 casks - - 155 0 Books 7 cases - - 10 0 Books . - - 5 0 Brandy 18,429 gallons - 3,990 0 Brandy 390 gallons - - 286 130 Brushes 1 Cie - - 13' Butter (salt) 12,155 lbs .-. 507 0 Butter (salt) 4,280 lbs - - 120 0 Barley 373 bushels - 53 0 Candles 8,210 lbs - - 71 0 ;Carriages 13, - . - 1.,18 0 Cheese 919 lbs. . " - 66 0 Chocolate 14 lbs . - - 3 .0 C?,ider 2,400 gallons - - - 195 0 `Colours (painters) 2480 lbs - -' 636 0 Coppcr 7 cevt. -?? 0 -Cordage 2ý tens - - 1,108 0 'Corks1,217 grace - 22 Cottons 35,637 yards - 1,630 0' .Cow 1 - 20 0 'QCQffee 560 Ibs - - 9 0 'rugs and medicines 19 cases, - 66 0 Edart ýware 90 packages - 619 0 Fire arms, 25 28 0 IFrUiis.,(dridsl-1,44l1bs - ?40. 0 Furlitue 21.cases - . '0 0 Fish, (salt) 22?00lbs. - -. 200 0 lax 21 to...

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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 — 3 January 1829

MEMORlAND UMd FOR TILE ENSUING. WEEK. VARIATIONS C'Ir TItIRMOMEaER, &C:,.&· TAKEN AT 7 IN 'I'p. !I5MRNING, 12 AT NOýtS4'ANDS 5 IN THLE EVENINO RESPECTIIVELY.. I1it. Sunday.after Ephihnny. ý,Hghatr45I. .6 on ''15 m p; 7 v; ternrolron. I i Suiasws 53 m. p. 4.-Sets 7 m. p. 7. c .n High Wauter, 45 in. p. 7 Morn.--8 at . .t ` a, High Water 15 mi-' . 8 Morn.-9 atNt. E' New Moon, 2 in tf e,'.orn, : H It , I High Water, j5 min. p. Morzi.-30 W.p.9, .10AH .~H ti .~er, 3OY u. p. 1U0 Morn.-45nn. p. 10 ý) o i jhNaaer 1.4min. p. 1.1 Mairi=-30 3 Opl·· P? l I .Aiht. " FzURSDAY 7618 88 70 Fair' FRIDAY. 7... .5] 87 75i 136.- D Do. S4'TLRDAY.....'º SU4DAY 3....... 7 6 1)o. Cloudy. y ,c.` MONDAY 70 7(i(8idS. W. Lniny TUESDAY ...bto . . 7 GU Do Do. WEDNESDAY.... . 01701L1o. *i)o.

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EXPORTS. From the 26th August to the 30th September 1828, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

EXPORTS. From the 26th dugust to the 30th September 1828, inclusive. Bricks 61,480 - .. - 77 0 Cedar, 27,(W0 feet. - 650 0 Cedar, 11,750 feet .'; - - 143 0 Curiosities, 12 cases - - 105 0 Cheese 150 lbs. - 10 0 Cheese 2,16"f lbs. " - - - 125 0 Coal 16 tons - - 1ii 0 Flax '(New Zealand) 35 cwt - - 25 0 Fruit 23 oases .- - - 53 0 Htdes, Ox 1,074 - - - 33S 0 Lead 11, tons . - - 220 0 Lime 1000 bushels - - 37 0 Nails 2 tons - - - 75 0 Other Merchandise - -. 106 0 )'Other Merchandise - - 127 0 Other Merchandise : - -. 2,637 0. Provisions silt 1"1,529 lbs - 240 '0. Rngs 25 cases - - - 25 ' Seals skins, 50, - 50 0 Sugalr 99,250 lbs - - 816 .0 Treeinails 9,424 - 50 0 Tobacco 158 lbs. - - 9 0 Wools 10,702 lbs. - - - 458 0 Wine 2,147 gallons - -. 2.0 0 · £.6,853 0 0 The following. vessels are advertised to sail for these Colonies on the undermentioned 'dates'. September 2:th, Governor Ready, Convicts, 512 tons, John Younng, for New South .Walcs ; September 28th, IJarnnony, Convicts, 374 t9ns,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

Wi beg to i/formf our Subscribers both, in town?. a Spapers by. us to the oast-iatternt i SydiYdey' au regardi your friends up the dci itry, "d t d our neaw-carrier zas regards our i friw t '`is a Toi ` bn : a d deitso/ to them.in laws: s ;the..y ' e its into their oun hai #cribLr ant ree -their paper, regu4l teue reguesteto camplan to. us by letter. (Dost paf A7d, f r as we 'tcn, we uwill. remnedly.he evil. BIt B wet inell nd'h5e'aistoicrable for tAe de'ivergJof aic Journal its a imoere efectual man ner thani tkrija set forthk This is the condition. a: which we selsfour Journal, ans of which we hereby, .request all our Subscriber to take notice. " The public are cautioned to-pay no moniy, nor make anY settlement on account of the Pr'piietor of thi/ Journal, without '."deut.anding a PRNTED receipts signed by him in his otwn proper hand writifng. Money -paid on his account without ssich receipt, will not be gicen credit for, ,1r acknowledged itn any w?ay. Sulbscribers to this Journal...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

To CORRESPONDENTS.--A1dvertiseCnents sent to tiise office n&:rt specify on the face of them th1e number of times they are to ble apertised, otherwiye they will be continued until counteirn.aided. . Several letters addressed to us) are lying in. the Post Od/ice, but'not bcing. post-paid woe cau,ýeobtdraw tlenm

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

ST'.THS EDITOR OF THIts AUSTRa4tL;AN, ' ut th faillen ruinms of another's fame,. 'i~en teach me, Heaven ! to scorn the guilty bays, Drive from my breast that wretched lust of praise ! UnblemishedCl let me live,.. or die unknovon- O grant me honest fame ; or, grant me none !" .'.su above quotation flashed across my miºl, E with vexation I read your attack on private ,,:ha.a.cter in this day's Australian, under the head Conunldrumns. 4 The Editor of the ~ydnery Gazette has not a reater: onlitic-tl foe than I wish to be; and per ; haps U?ay one day prove; but 1 disapprove of the -ittack made by yourself or yourcorrespondent, on pis.private characte. I i r. MIowe's puhlic condutit .8- fair game, but his private character is as dear o~ hbi? and family, as yours and mine are to' our 1ives and connºmex'i,,ns.. And, now let le en 'quire, what is the deadly silr upon which your iibel is founded.? Why, it appears he culled'. ;pon a Gemitleuman ' at a' billiard roour, and was rivailed updo to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

' RAY ED into , herd ofe iantie, abscut:m Uintouths bu:k a dark btillock, btanded t=he offhip x, and the near erat half cut off. Persoi-provitng .tits billock to be his oa rL-ro0pertyt, hmay.halve it on pyinfg.egi)en-. Sid if.iv)t.elaimed in one mionth from present date, it w'li'be sold without fur, Roc0kwood, Appin, gth -December. 18428. F. R. HUME · AT REGENT VI.LLE. ,?WELVE HUND.R1ED HEA)D OF HOIlNED (;A ' TLE ; also One Hun d? and Twenty Breedingl Mares, and three eoks of. Ewes of 351) each. TAbe. above Cattle i a e been progressively proved for many years past, bry the use of 6best;imported Europ~en Bulls, so thit ,are6ow not only cuiirinetly calculated r tie.ailry, but possess hardy constitutions, ?ith biulk and make, profituale for slaughter Sdraoghlt. ? Sis-rila. expelse and care have been given the improvemenrt of the . Hrses ; the eeding Mares- nre .larg?e, a4 roomy,. botie 4tnd oints whidih pvontit e.t.he lr~gh ;. I perfection.:in their oTffprii:g, if the best Iood Horses...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SYDNEY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SYDNEY POLICE. Sampson Fry, holdding a ticket-of-leave, and Eleanor his wife, were charged with stealing from Mr. McLeay, a quantity of property which was subsequently found in their possession.   The female prisoner was formerly a domestic in Mr. McLeay's family. The other prisoner visited her there, in the 'character of a suitor, and with the consent of Mr. McLeay, about a month ago they were married. From some Circumstances which arose out of the woman's behaviour, sus- picion was excited that she had been in the habit of purloining clothes from the house. In con- sequence of these suspicions, the prisoner's dwelling (in Pitt Street) was searched by the Chief Constable, when a large quantity of pro- perty was found concealed in an apartment which they occupied. Both prisoners were committed for trial.... A free man, was charged with obtaining money under "false pretences, The. accused it 'appeared, ' ia.L represented to The Rev. Mr....

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ENGLISH NEWS. CLOSE OF THE SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

'L ": AP TM ML SESSION: ,OF P*atRLI4MiMNT. j( Fr-m pia vtl e 8 ) 4t' In cnqeaqee o?'th# etr4aordinao Aiid dextrous 1 'Idity ni whir b the bawiness of riam eut was on " odl? Iast' cndiid i, 'e are autlhorized to state, that two pe were preventid fTfim' beinir laid before the ?o?ne--oneir"r Reform, by Sir Francis Bur-, dett. 'The so'ourable baronet .intended to have beg-. getbe attention 'of. the house to the present state of affairs, as connected with the necessity of reform, in hopetof calling? forth the feelings ,of the country in pubtlc meetings,- previously to the re&assembling of -Parliament. " He wohildhave proceeded to prove, that the eventa'of tl:at sessioih, more than ever confirmed ·is former opinions,:that'the House of Commons, as at present constituted, was evidently incompetent to en sure the adoption by His Majesty's Government, of aRy line or polCy idi accordance with the interests of England ;-or any good'meastre, however recom -eendei by commm , sense,.right ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 3, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

SAIRtar. A:952r~llRNI~:;3.·itAs SATU.R)AY AFT ERNOO.1T; JANUARY 3; -829. uYILCJ!'ý147.ii'-iS'L i 5Sij:illi : "::.7.+ [".U4Y {:.ASI'SJIILIZI. IS'DrY ,, A Correspondent in London, who. takes much inuerest in th IColony, has tra,,smitted us a very interesting history of the progress of the.new Act of Parliament for New South Wales, which Mr. Thompson, the new Clerk of our Councils, has brought with him. The following copious: extracts will speak for themselves, without note' or comment from us. In our next, number, we shall peilhaps state our thoughts thereon. "April 18. The petition from the Colonists was presente4 by Sir James Mlacintosh, and the Bill:read a second time. Sir James made a short but able speech i;n support of the Petition. Mr I{usignti in reply stated, that he pledged him. self,, to the illouse to shew, that every Go.vernor and others in high authority who had ?e.n in the Colony, were all unanimous in opihio~,that it was not yet fit for J ury trial, much less for a 'Le...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

SYDNEY MARKET Price of wheat on Thursdvay nlast, 9s.-Maize 10s. -PI'otatocs 18s. per cwt.--Pine Flour 23s. Stg. per cwt.-Seconds 20s. ditto. * NTo. 81 George Street Sydney Nefo South Ffal'es EDITEDI, PRINIED, AND PUBLISHED, BY THE PROPRIETOP, . EDWARD SMITH HALL..

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COMPLAINT AGAINST GENERAL DARLING, THE GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

(From ite MIrning Herald.) COMPLAINI' AGAINST GENERAL DARLING, TIHE GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Mr. Stewart, in pui'suance of his notice, brought forward a motion respecting the treatment which two soldiers of the 57th regiment, stationed at Sydney in New- South Wales, had received at the hands of the Governor. These men,.whosenames were Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompson, upon Nov. 7, 1826, stole some pieces of calico from a shop at Sydney, in the day'-time, for which they weft tried at the Quar ,ter Sessions, convicted, and sentenced to seven years' transportation each. The Governor, however, for some reason of his own, not approving of this sen tence, thodght proper to alter it into a puuishmeni of working upon the public roads of the colony, in chains, for the term of their sentence. Upon Nov. 22 this adjudication was carried into effect; the men were drummed out -of the regiment, and loaded with heavy irons, thoiugh in a bad state of health, as was represented; and the conseque...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

NOTICE. W HEREAS an advertisement appeared in the Monitor newspa:per a short time since, signed John Robinson, of the Royal Veterans, stating that his wife had left him without cause or provocation, and threat ening to prosecute any person who harbours her; I hereby contradict the above report,. and deny his having any clainms on me, as I never was legally married to him. SUSANNAIH POTTER. Sydney, 3rd January, 1829. TO, THI PFUBLIC. UPERIOR fashionably-made London " 'othes, boys dres!ses, &c. &c. The undersign d has now open for sale, at his stores, No. 73, Market and Pitt Street, a choice investment, comprising, with the above, the following articles. Gentlemen's shooting jackets, fustian trowsers,. superior London made beaver hats, ladies' and chile (iren's dresses, .velveteen and cord trowsers, ditto ditto vests, white and striped shirts, white and prin ted calicoes, flannels, grey and white drill, bed-ticking.,. blankets, white and color'd muslin l?;ndlkcrchie's ...

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