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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEErK. ° Sexagesima Sunday. S High Water at Port-Jackson, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 - min.-past 1 Afternoon. SUN rises, at 29 min. past 5. . High Water 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. -past 3 Aft. Last Quarter of the Moon 15 min..past 11 Morn. o Sun sets 30 min. past 6. l HighWVater,, 33 min. past 3 Morn.--5 min. past 4 Aft. SDay 12 Hours 58 Min. lpng. I High Waiter, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. pst 5 Even. S Day decreased 1 hour,20 minutes. H 1I c High Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Even . M I [ I High Water, 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 min. past 7 Evec. fj High Water, 41 thin. past 7 Morn.--8 at Night. St. MATTHIAS. . .. Duke of Cambridge born. STATE OF TIHE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH -THE VARIATIONS OF TIlE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7j A. M. AND 12 M. EACH.'DAY RE§PECTIVELV. THURS. FIID. SAT. SUN. ..MON, TUE. WED. 74-78 73--79.74-77 76-82 74-77 73-76 73-75 Warm Light Clear Sultry with Clear Cool & Warm & clear, breezes. weather. squ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

FROM THE EXAMINER OF OCTOBER 8, 1826, PER ALBION. A cURzous and not unpleasant document has reached London this week, being no other. than the speechad dressed to. the American Congress, assembled at Panama by DON MANUEL .LORENZO DE VIDAURRE, the Plenipo tentiary of Peru, who appears to- have acted as President on the occasion. It spiritedly developes. the views. and lirinciples which are to actuate the American Confedera cy; mand although the eloquence is gaudy and flighty, in the Sp~taish tster.the' soul and substance 6f the address is sounid and sensible. Above all things, it renounces every sort of approximation to an agreement with the Mother Country onany other ground than, that of com-. plete and uniurchased independence; and hints with no small significance, to ,the. propriety of a confederate expedition against Cuba. There is also `much policy in the intimation, that the nations who acknowledge: the uewiRepublic will, in their trading, relations, be more favoured, than thos...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

MARRIED.   By Special Licence, on Wednesday the 7th instant, at Bathurst, by the Rev. J. E. KEANE, M. A. JOHN PIPER MACKENZIE, Esq. of Dochairn, to ELIZABETH, eldest daugh- ter of T. F. HAWKINS, Esq. of Blackdown.

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. LONDON FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

`IJc NT F1ASHIOONS FOR SREPTEEMBER, 1826. I. i ?d?L i iss.-fWhite Italian crape dress worn ov?t ia old-colour sitia blip; thle tirsage mtiderately Sigh, ? nd adorned in front with two pimnatified branches in gold-colour satin, divergihigg frbo the centre of the waist to the top of the bust, and terminating beneath a :ape of about a quarter of a yard in depth, divided on the shoulder, and trimmed with gold-colour satin.piping and narrowblond. The 'sleeveis short and full, set in re1 lar plaits, and reversed in the band round the arm. :4e skirt has (an elegant border, of gbld-colour satin ..pipings, the three upper rows commencing by a satin bow, elevated in'thi front 'of the dress, and tuhed' off circularly towards the right side, proceeding in a kingi tudinal direction till they (the pipings) meet; then * gold-colour satin rows 'and palm-branches are arranged alternately, anud beneath are three pipings, as above, Squidistant. Large white crepe lisse sleeves are still in favour, and ...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

THE MONITOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1827. JAMES DORAN, a prisoner of the Crown, but who, on account of his respectable manners and deportment for a series of years as chief Clerk to Messrs. Berry and Wol stonecraft, and also on account of his having procured an Emancipation from Sir Thomas Brisbane, now lying before the King for his signature, we have been accustom ed to call and therefore shall now call Mr. Doran, arrived, in this Colony in 1819, in the Transport Atlas, since which, save the first twelve months, he has been in the service of the above firm. By his good conduct, when the firm hired" respectable emigrant Clerks, Mr. Doran was not put under them, but on the contrary, from having the chief management of the Ships to which his employers acted as Ship's Husbands, and having occasionally the keys of the iron chest put in his charge, and always the keys of the stores and of the house when his employers were absent, he felt that he was virtually placed above them. Doran was ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. . una Wheat Market was 4well stocked with grain of all qualities; which, according to the depression that exists in the trade,, realised proportionable prices.. The rise we predicted. in maize, is taking place progressively,. this description of grain fetching in some instances, higher pries than wheat; it is much in demand, and will rise considerably as it becomes, weekly more scarce. 100 bushels of barley sold at steady. prices.. There was a great dearth of town dealers. Dairy produce still cheapens,. and potatoes are becoming reasonable. 15 head of milvh cows sold at 41. 5s. to 61 .10s. Calves at. 21..5,. 20 pigs were on sale, but remained on hand: One horse fetched 451. sterling. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOlD: 1l3 at 5s; 6d.-129 at 5s. 3d.--40 at 5&s--75 at 4'. 9d.--110 at, 4a. 6d.--:30 at 4s. 3d.--24 at 4a. Purchased for Waterloo and Steam Engine Stores-420. from 4s. 3d. to 5s.-Average, 4s. 7d, halfpenn.y.-.-Total 841 Bushels.. , Wheat. from 4s. to 5*. 6d. Avera...

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SELECT POETRY. A VISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

: Y THE AUTHOR.I CHRISTABEL." S(IFreeii nhe Times.) ' ",Up il" said the Spirit, and, ere I could pray -One hastyorison, whirl'd me away rTo a Limbo, lying-I wist not where .Abovewb below; ii eartiror air; . All glimmering o'er with a'DOUABITUL light, "One couldn't say whether t'W asday or night; And cros'd byinany a mazy track, On¬ didn't kgow how to get on or back; ArAid'I felt likes rieedle that'. going ptray ., .. .( With itts orN eye out) through a bundle of hay; "Whln the Spirit he grinn'd, and whispered me, " Thou'rtnodw in the Courtof Chancery!" ;: 4t id me flitted nnnumber'd swarms , . S;7SOP shapqless, bodiless, tail-less forms, (Likeb titled-up-babes who grace the room SOf thi t wrorthy high knight, SIn EVERARD HOME) All of them, things 'half-kill'd in rearing; Some were lame-some wanted EHEARING; Some had' through half a century run, 'Th ugli te rhadn't a jeg to 'tand upon; O.. thers,~more merri, as just beginning, :Around on? . POINT OF LAW were spinnmmng; ' Or balanp. a...

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

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, Feb. 15, 1827. IT, appears to be supposed, by some Prisoners, that, under the new Regulations, Length of Service alone is sufficient to entitle them to a Ticket of Leave ; it will be seen on reference to the Regulations, that good con- duct for the whole of the prescribed periods, according to the respective cases, is also necessary. Paragraph, No. 2, requires, " that it shall clearly appear, that their (the Applicants') Removal from their Places was not occasioned by Misconduct." Paragraph, No. 7, states, " that the merits of the res- pective Applicants are to be strictly investigated. When necessary, reference must be made to the Benches of those Districts in which the Applicant may have for- merly resided." It is evident, by the whole tenor of the instructions, that Merit is indispensable to Eligibility. The annexed Form af Application has been established with a view of facilitating the necessary Enquiries, and points out the manne...

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Further Particulars of the Piratical Seizure and re-capture of the Brig Wellington. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

Furtier. Particulars of the Piratical Seizure andre-capfture :of the Brg Wtellingion.. ON Thursday the 21st of December, the Sergeant of the Military Guard, which consisted of 14 rank and file, was em ployed at-the' hour of noon mustering the prisoners for dinner -two messes of eight men each were on deck at the time, as were also Messrs. Buchannan and Grasse,- Passengers,-the Captain was taking the Sun's altitude-the chief otlicer was in his cabin. At one instant the sixteen prisoners on deck rushed aft into the cabin, and seized the arms stand:ng there -immediately Mr. Buchannan jumped down to get his pis tuis, when he was struck on the head with a musket which felled him to the deck, and rendered him senseless. Mr. G(asse was then hurried below into the prison, and while two, presented loaded muskets at Capt. Harwood, he was speedily surrounded and made prisoner. Buckle, second mate, ran to the companion in order to prevent those from below coming up, when he was also knocked dow...

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

tfek eMagst, atnd for ±1 three flour mills, calcu . lateiFdor fbi? l?orse power each, two hand mills, several pair off French stone., of diifferent diameters ; four hundred burr stonep ; tei: of Paris, iron work, :with" undry' mill appa rats, English ploughs, harness, wood shovels, and some oter' goods in that line, by W. SPEARING TO THE AUST.'RALIAN PUBLIC.' . ?R.. J. BROWN, from Regent Street, London. Arrived I.J-. per the ship Adrian, announces to the Public generally, that he executes PAINTING, PLUMBING, & GLAZING, Colouring in Distemper, Writing, and Graining, in all its branches, with neatness, accuracy,, and despatch, No. 1,; Market Street, corner of Pitt Street:l_ J. B. from long experience in the Eiglish Metropolis; has acquired an approved and Commo dious plan bf consttucting VWater Closets, a convenience hither to very defective; also in the manufacture of Forced Pumps. He begs to assure thbse Gentlemen who may honour him wlth their patronage, that he executes ord...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

MARRIED.--BY Special License, on Friday, the 16th instant, by the Rev. R. HILL, at St. James's Church, Sydney, WILLIAM DALRYMPLE KELMAN, Esq.. of Macquarie River, Van Dieman's Land, to CATHERINE, daughter of John Busby, Esq. of Sydney, Civil Engineer and Mineral Surveyor. SYDNEY : NEW SOUTH WALES : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT THE MONITOR PRESS,     BY HILL AND CO.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

The New omthissioner ofP-bequests, after. Sdiainissing 50 cases in 2 hours and a half at Liverpool on Tuesday last, to'the grief and vexation of numerous suitors, said to a per son standing by, "now go and tell the Edi 'tor of The Monitor that I have decided 50 .-odd cases in 2 hours and a half." (!!!) The Ships Cumberland Capt. Carns, .4ustrolia, ,Capt. \Vil son, and Brig Magnet, Capt. Todd, are now taking in cargoes of Colonial produce for Europe. Their departure may he looked for in about a month or six weeks' time. ARRIVALS IN SYDNEY.-By the Marquis of Lansdowne, Mr. and Mrs. Lord and family, Mrs. Ritchie, daughter of John Blaxland, Esq. also six . prisoners from Calcutta.-By the Albion, Capt. Crotty, 39th. Regiment, Assistant Surgeon Evans, 57th Regiment, a detachment of the 39th and 192 male prisoners, under the superintendance of Dr, Walk, R. N.- By the Midas;, Rev. J. Norman, Mrs. Norman and 3 children, Mr. Lusk, Messrs. James and Charles M'Arthur, Lieut. Bowen and a detachm...

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Clydsdale, Feb. 12, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

Clydsdale , Feb. 12, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sir, .   Please to consider me among the number of your Subscribers, and let my paper be forwarded with your Windsor packet. The Cattle are dying in many parts of the Country through the drought, and the Hawkesbury Maize crop is ruined. There is, however, a plenty of it at Hunter's River, where the rains have fallen (so I am informed) in great profusion. There is not a blade of grass at Bathurst and the case is much the same in many parts of Argyle. I remain Sir, Your most obedient Servant, R. M. T.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.—On Sunday the New Zealand Company's Ship Rosonna, Capt. Herd, with Stores, and the Cutter Lamb- ton, Capt. Barnett, in ballast, from New Zealand on the 28th ult. Same-day, the Ship Marquis of Lansdown, Capt. Noyes, from Calcutta, Batavia, and Hobart Town on the 30th ult. Lading-125 Boxes of Glass, 16 and a quarter Tubs.Sugar Candy, 148 Bags Sugar, 139 Baskets do. 78 Gross of Corks, 7 pair Mill stones, 25 Bags dry Ginger, 90 Kegs Negrohead Tobacco, 50 Skins do. 40 Bnndles Twine, 8 Boxes Curry Powder, 1 do. Cayenne Pepper, 2 do Table Cloths, 21 Bales Wool, I Case of Coffin Furniture, 6 Cases Cordials, 61 Bags Pepper, 36 Pipes Madeira and Lisbon Wines, 46 Chests, Catty Boxes, &c. Hyson, Gunpowder. and Imperial Tea, with sundry Cases, &c. of Saltpetre, Paints, Shirting, Leather, Hemp, Sickles, Brass Wire, Corsets, Cloth, Bandana Hand kerchiefs, Nutmegs, Spices, Millinery, Metal Pipes, Cheroots, Coffee, Plated Ware, and Canv...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ExECUTionx.-The commeticetnent of this' week as well as thp p receding one, was marked. by the appalling spectacle of a public.Execution-another signal instance of the awful con- sequences of unbridled passion-in which the shedder of blood is called on to make atonement to the outraged ordinances of his Miker and the enactments of man, for the safety and well being of society. the culprit clines, whose trial for the wilful murder of catherine dowdell at the field of mars, this is a famous district for murder, we recorded in our last, was led at the usual hour to the place of execution, attended by the reverend mr.power, the roman catholic chaplain, whos attentions in the trying hour were truly paternal. clines however   persisted in his innocence. he wished to make a public protestation to that effect, and notwithstanding that such a proceeding   was in direct contravention of the wishes of his spiritual   attendant, he w...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 17 February 1827

Ws consider emigration inferior in importance to no other, subject. Consequently, every matter which con cerns the welfare of emigrants, is of proportionate con ,; quence. Among other things relating to their well doing, the granting them convict-servants in due mea sure and quantity is a vitalmeans of their prosperity. Notwithstanding the falsities of Mr. Bigge, who endea voured to run down the colony in every way he could by insidibus statements, the convicts transported hither still continue, as they have always been, inadequate in their numbers to the demand for labour. We say always been.: For even in the noble Druitt's days, who would almost as soon give you one of his front teeth as a me chanic-even in his zealous, indefatigable, and most la borious days, the Coriviet-barracks would have been emptied of all the able-bodied men, if he and Governor Macquarie had not felt it their duty to finish the exten sive roads and bridges, and other public works of equal importance, in pre...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 February 1827

DIAXRY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. A . Quinquagesima Sunday. . High Water at Port-Jackson, 15 min. past 8 Morn. i SUN rises, at 35 min. past 5. High Water 30 min. past 8 Morn.-54 min.. past 8 Nt. SSun sets 24 min. past 6. " I New Moon 19 min. past 8 Morn. j Shrove Tuesday. 1; HighWater, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 Nt. SDay 12 Hours 46 Min. long. S Ash Wednesday. Lent begins. SHigh Water, 10 Morn.-20 min. past 10 Night. J Day decreased 1 hour 22 minutes. SISt. David. S High Water, 35 min. past 10 Morn.-48 min. past 10 N Ca Higb Water, 11 min.past 11 Morn.-27 min. past 11 Nt. " c?i High Water, 45 min. past 11 Morn. STATE Of THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WIT?I THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND .12 M. EACH DAY -~ESPECTIVELV. THURSDAY ....... . •. 73 .14 . Cool and Light Clouds. FRIDAY..........: 70 .74 Cloudy. SATUDAY ...'.... 72 76" Warm and Clear. SUNDAY. ý'?ý:. ;." . 71 75 Light Breezes. MONDAu1......... 73 75 Warm and Pleasant. T'UESDAYJ.........

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 February 1827

:THE (ommissionet of Requests despatched 75 Cases at Parramatta on Tuesday last in WiNO HOURS AND A HALF!!! . ? aans were no less than 600 Prisoners for trial, at the approaching Old Bailey Sessions, when the Albion left lanesday last the Court of Quarter Sessions would Ojt at Newcastle for the trial of prisoners and Magis trates, Constables, Criminals, Jurymen, and Witnesses, would assemble from,.pirts a hundred miles distant. When lo! in consequencve of this Government declining to send down the Sb2eriff 'hd Clerk of the Peace at the public expense, these two officers remained in Sydney, and the whole congregation at Newcastle had to'sepa rate and return to their respective homes ! ! Wr understand that on a Trial for Perjury last week wherein one Bowling was defendant, the Jury returned a verdict of Gtilty, when the Judge in his charge had ex pressed his opinion that the facts did not fully make out a case of Perjury. It is intended we hear in this case to move an arrest of Judgme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 February 1827

"ANT'ED, by Man. W~iSHIRE, a pairi p ol anl V .Kitchen 'Servant, wh' can Ibring 'a go6d charact r, Apply to Mr. W. on the Brickfield Hill. TO BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. T O BE SOLD at Denham Court, 'FORTY EINE 'FATt 1 BULLOCKS, from 3 to 5 years old. APPRENTICES WANTED. r-.O ,APPRENTICES WANTED, .to the trade of, a I ceoper. Apply to Mr. Matthew'Gibbons, Cooper, No. I Essex Lane. S 8dney,, Feb. 9, 1827. STRAYED from Mn. MI'ITCIELL'S FARM, Argyleshire, S in April last, a brown pnd white Bull, branded: "on the right thigh, (brand not legible.) Whioeer will 'deliver'tihe same to Mr. Styles, Argyeshire, will receive a Reward - of: Four Spanish Dollars ; and if found in any Person's :pissees sion after this Notice, he will be prosecuted. riIOMAS MATTHIEW LLOYD, otherwise Thinaasl i . .Llovd, of 'Gillingham, in the County of Dorset, oot' Maker, biorn iti 1770, volunteered from the 4th Company of, the 8th Royal Veteran Battaliori into the 102nd Regiment of' !Foot t6 go to New, South Wales, "and ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 February 1827

The following is an Extract from " Letters on the State of Ireland," a publication which attracts much attention from Politicians and Members of Parliament at this time. To the Christian, Philosopher, and Economist, it will be found equally interesting. (Ed.) BeFORE I notice the causes which appear to me to have accelerated the increase of the Irish peoplc, it may not be irrelevant to observe, that, without adopting the opinions of Mr. Owen on the capability of this country to support eighteen or twenty millions of inhabitants, I am inclined to the opinion that its present populations is not at all excessive; and. that th, legislature might in a single session pass such laws as would, in. the course of a very few years, render the poor of Ireland, who now create so much anxiety and alarm, if not as comfortable as those of the same class in England, at least place them beyond the reach of want, and in a way of promoting their own comforts. There is a large surface of land in Ireland,...

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