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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. ''. the readers of the Mlonitor.-Gentlernien of rank, iciil and military officers, whether subscribers to s, journal or not, are informed., tlhat it will be es :e4i favour if they will transnit to the office of - idtor a "i emnorat, dum o inyu birth, -death, or iage whicj may take place iii their families, or ivg their connexions either in the Colouny or in End. The form and style of such comnmuni'a S,, will be implicitly observed by our printer, as it ishcto make this journal a register of incidents this kind, as well for the gratification of our Co l, as of our foreign readers. ' ES AUCTION :A EEU ,E SA1lE OF FURNITURE. COMPRISING A, C.H&!UuBrLATs, PORCELAIN, & GLASS, 1EH A VAR1i2 1t OTHER VALUABLE PROPERTY. ; BY:>fi BODENHAM. . Order n j . Oirter,. Esq. High Sher`' ;}( the 'Colouny. on the Premises, on Mon lay the 5th In ; stant, a~ 1 o'Clock predisely. R, O?~Eh HAM has the .. honor -t ,anxounce, thatfiealias received'Instrucd ;to sell wit...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

I OMESTIC INTELL]GENCE. SUPREMIE COURT. 'SATURDAY, DEC. 27. his mo:nit?g.thbe three Judges sat to hear motions.' In the case of IRex v. Hall, MIr. Keith in the course of the day onabeh)lf of the Defenlant, moved the Court to grant a writ ll'andamus, calling on the Solicitor Geniral to shew! cause, why the Defendmnt should noft be allowed the use of his pew in the Church of St. Janmes, Sydney, until the venire de novo, (directed by the Court to be determined the first day of next Term,) should take place. The Court interrupted •the learned Advocate by enquiring of him, if he ever knew an instance of the' writ M1andamurn issuing in sucha case ? Mr. Keith said he did not. He merely moved in the usual way on affdavit, and on the prin ciple, that when a subjeIjct could find no other remedy, he was entitled to the henefit of the said writ. The Court seeming to hold a contrary opinion, the learned advocate abandoned his motion, observing, that the Court the last time the present casehad co...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 January 1829

Arrivals-.On Sunday, arrived H. M. Colonial Brig Mary Elizabeth, from Moreton Bay and Port Mac- quarie; cargo, Maize and Cedar plank. On Monday, the Borneo from V. D. Land, left 20th. Dec. Cargo, sheep. Passengers, J. Gellibrand Esq., W. Lummin and lady; steerage, W: Wood, 16 free women and 40 children. The Mary and Roselyn Castle had arrived at Hobart Town with prisoners. On Tuesday, the Gov. Phillip from Melville Island and King George's Sound. .Departures-The Governor Macquarie from New.: Zealand, and Wave for Hobart Town, on Sunday.

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

..,, Y:U t0. " N S HIS f?ous Horse rill stand for the . season on the premises of the Proprietor IMr. Andrew Nash, Parramatta.--Terrms, Three Guineas Stg. groomage included, payable on the 1st day of next year. This horse is limited to fifty Mares, therefore early application must be made. No comr inent it is conceived -eed be made uFon JUNIUS..--(N. B. He is sure. But in case of Mhissing, nothing will be charged next season) Mr. Nash's object being to perpetuate his poce.) S"O SERVE MARES THIS SEASON. A T Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At £4. 1Os. Sterling, Groom's fee included. All ex'eiuses to be paid before the 15th January 18299 The horse will be . limited to 40 Mares. SPRING.GUN A. black horse, 3 years old, got by " Steel tr$d" out of f Black Susan" by "' Old Hec tor." Spring:Gun won the Produce Stakes, is1 the .last Sydney Meeting;, beating the prize colt Bennelong and two others. * He is allowed to be the bansomnst horse In the Colony. It will be sent to Bathurst immediatly afte...

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

(Domestic Intelligence continued). EXECUTION. ON Monday. a youth named Thomas Ryan, expiated by Lhe forfe ture of his life, the crime of which he had been found guilty. The unhappv cuprit had been arraigned on a ,cha'rge of wilful. murder, and pleaded nlot ghuilty 'The manner in which he conducted his defence, whilst o0: trial, bespoke himn to posses i bothl education and talent; but it was ahlo evident to those who witnessed his futile efforts to batle the ends of justice, that his was a bad cause. He strove to impress on the minds of the Jury, that the witness examined against him, was himself the murderer. This. was the line of defence the culprit adopted from the moment of his being arrested Vn suspicion ; and from this declaration he never deviated. This. may on the whole ,be accounted a singular circumstance. After conviction, the boy turned his thoughts intently on religion, He prepared himineli to die; he seemed never to expect pardon, or even a temrForary remission of his s...

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

BY YLCT1!ON4 3Y ' R. PR[VCHETT. y O:rer of the Executors olMr. b arles SHadey, at his Yo ir R esi?lence,' ii t.. he ..fiatkict of yvan, on Wednesday the 7th lDay of January 3nex".°. ?'IREE 'excellent small FARMS, situate i ,? ?the District of Evan, one of 160 Acres, mnd t*to of 40 Acres each-;::'two Brood Mares, and two Foals, oiebV:CClydesda.e, and lhe other bjyjfmertatii ; ?tqo very good Draft Horses; one .two-yeaia iold Colt, and one cne.yeag, old Col*,- by Clydesdale; twentyý nine head of hornect, C.ttle, of the Breed of 1Mr3ardlgry, Teirmsi-Cashlfor all Purchases under £10o: three months 'Credit on Purchases of £25 and upwards;, and' six months, on 450 and npwards, on apptoved negociable billi, bear-. ing' two names, or other good secutrity. The iele will commence at 1 o'clock. Further particulars jlat'iWto the F rms, &c. may .be obtained on.,application.: to the Rev. II. EULTON,I anid Mr. JoaN S~t LE, at ;. the Nemeap ??ecutors ,to the' s, ate; or,r to Mr ' rTTr, No. 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

NOTICE. WHEREAS an alivertiseanent appearedI! in the Monitor newspaIKper a shore tune since, signed John Ruobinon, of the Royal Veterans, stating that his w~fa iº.d -I1t bin without cnuse or provocation, and threat ening to Iroseeure any pet son who harbours her; I hereby contradict the above report,. and deny his having ainy claims on ine, as. never was legally married to him. SUS.ANNAHI POTTER. Sydney, 3rdJsnuam y, 1829.. 'TO THE PUI$LIC. sUPERIOR ffashionably-made " London ,clothe,, boys dresses, &c. &c. The undersign d has now open for Wale, 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 beiiver hats, ladies' aincL t,1 dren's -dresses, velveteen and cord trowscrs, da6 ditto vests, white and striped shirts, white and privi ted calikoes, flaniels, grey anul white drill, bed-ticking, ilankets, white and.color'drmuslin hu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

At Campbell Field, on New Year's day, ts: a:fe'. le4l'ern and her youngest sister were taking an airing; in-her gifj the horse took fright, andgalloppd off at a most fhrions ratte, and runniag against a fence, the vehicle was dashed to atoms' ar.d' both ladies being thrown over the fence, narrowly escaped death. Weare sorry to hear that Mrs: Redfern didnot escape unhurt, ..hnvung received a splinter in her leg; but information of the accident having been. sent to Doctor Bland, he set off the same night (itith the utmest" speed, and would no doubt arrive in time to render effectual' aai to this amiable lady. Word hlis since arrived in town, that Mrs. Redfern isd ciug well, and no'dany ger apjsehended. . Lieutmnant Colonel Snodgrass (J P.),.a highly dcs tiiguisiel, ofi!der under the great WiVliigton,' and who coznmanded a Brigade at the storming of St. Se bastiian,:on the .lht of the present year a kumes the office of Miajor:.pf. Brigade ;- an office which las seen. a great varlety of...

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ENGLISH NEWS. CLOSE OF THE SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

the Sus) .%thti eztraordinaryhand d ut t t sincss of ParliamfUt was on ,re dothrized tostate, the) * any 4ile i e fr~omn hpks 'lid before for. f Reform, by' Sir FratiniaBur .Thze I'o qral e b:baroz et ihtended to have beg id tieattention , of s the house to. the pre: eit state of ;id connected with the necessity of rdform, in kpe bf .walling forth the fe'elings of the ,ountry in ubacueoadngs , previously to the re-assembling of "eHe would have proceeded to prove, that ea events of ti at ses ion, more than ever confirmed %s formal opinions; that the House of Commons, as at present conathuted, was evidentlyincompetent toen psre the .adlptiuu -by' lI Majesty's Government, of m ny line ot. ppl cy an accordance ,with the iptere4s. of England; or mtiy good measure, however recoin-'. *eal eid by -cominn' sencs, right feeling, or public opiit ai..: Thitat Oio -Unconstitutional doctrines,0of'late a9 unblushingly hkid-down by one of the highest au zhorities of the present ad inistratioq-sanct...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) SYDNEY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

SYDN1 F~ICI *amftana Fir; holIng. £cket~or`-!eave. ui~d leiicw'r hisa 'wire, were- chlarged vpith stealing rorn " Sr. MAL'eay, a euuti~tty of"property hi " 1 was auh~eqgieaiiy toIaiaV1 in their possession; "Il em ,pisulerwas- formerly a"io dmestlc in ?dtr.$, 'LGtmy's' fimJ y.,. Th~e other~prisoner visited" er', her in the t~hnractex' of ai ,ui,!.r,'. j~1'd with'. ay ttiere mairred. 'br 60i som crcn Alch arose out, of the womtans's bebalvitifrd* an* Iclon. was excited tiat she bad been in the hcabit lf'pdrloiuidg:elothes from the house. Iii coii *quedile of these suspiciins, 'the prisoner's iwehling (it Pitt Street,) was s earvhej by thde Qbief outtable , when.,a large quaptity of pros perty was found concealled in anm palW qt' whic h ahey occupied'. Both, prisoners were cQnuqitted for tuail H ' . '' 'A free man; was.cliar ed with obtaininigmoney inderfathe.pt~etences;' The accused. it. appeared,. had.represented .to- The Rev. MMir. Therry, that a head of (;ittle fielonging to bhin h...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

ToTHE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. While you have the honour to be oppdsed to +the politics of a certain official character, whose private walk and morals you must secretly applaud, I hope you will join with me in con. demaing the bad taste of a silly ill-chosen quiz, called " Song of the Maidens," in the Austra. ian Journal of the 23rd. Inst. The production, hou b facetious, loses its merit, by an unmanly Mttse on, tbefeelings of a faInily of rank; t(bey being ladies'. Such coarse sallies arel: only calculated to injure the cause for which the Edi. tor affects 'to contend, and he fliust be hardly unl in valour to the ghost of a paper warrior, who could assail the teelings of yoipg ladies, because their parent was of contrary politics, to hiniself. When the present Administration will be! re ferred to :bp- future politicians,. as a beacon to pre pnt the ship-wreck of subsequent Rulers, it wil be said,ithat the Journals of the dity de aceuded to prevate life, in order to gratify their piqu...

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GREGSON'S TRADE LIST. IMPORTS. From 26th August to the 30th September, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

GIREGO0N'S TRADE LIST. IMPORTS. From 26th August fo the 30th September, `inclusive. gn'taril iniiple:ncnt .' - - 145, 0 Apparel and slops, 131 packages 4,999 0 'Bag Snt 12,800' yards 416 .. "- 416 0 13eetianate. 48,U93 gallons * 5,1502 0 ,Ishcking 17 casks 155' 0 .Books 7 cases -.100' 0 ooks .. - . - . 5 0 :Brandy 18,429 aUonls - - 3,990 0 iBran'dy 390 gallons - L 286 10 11rushop I ciase ' . . , 13 0 "Butter (Balt) 42,155 lbs - - 507 0 fiutthe (shit) 4,2S6 lbs 01O0 lir y 373 bushels - . " 53 .0 :Andjes 4,210 lbs - 371 0 Catrages 13, '' . - . . 5 6, ; 0 Cheeet 919 .bs. 56. 0 Chorplate.14 lbs -- 3 0 Cider 2,400 gallons 1, . 195 0 Coti9rs (paintera) 24,480 lbs - 5 Copper Z.cwt,- - 54 0 Odee 21 tuns 1,108 0 Cotki1,217 groce -4. 2 0Q 43 7 yards - $2O 0 Coes 560bs .. . ý 90 D ragd, mpdic1ne 19 cases, - 0 awIare 90.pa geas - - 619 0 Pire arm4 3 ._:;, - ": -, -i .28;: Fruitr (dried). 1,44 lb.s d - Furniture 21 easels ISO Fish, (salt)'22,400 lbs. - 0 IFlax 21 tone . - - , - Flour 69;8Z0 Iti ...

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EXPORTS. From the 26th August to the 30th September 1828, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

EXPORTS. FPOdtIhe 26th4agust to the 30th eptembts 1828, inc2usive. Briolcs 61,480 - 77 O Cedar, 27,000. feet - 650 0 Cedar, 11,750 feet 143, 0 Curiosities, 12 cases - 105 .0 Cheese 150 lbs. - 10.' 0 Cheese 2,164lbs. - - 125 0 Coall6tons - - 1606 Flax (New Zealand) 35 cwt - - 25 0. Fruit 23 cases . - - 5$ 0 Hides, Ox 1,074 -339 0 Lead 11 tons- - ._20.0 Lime 1000 bushels - . 37 0 Nails 2 tons ' 4 75 : 0 Other Merchandise - . 1lots Q Other Merchandise ' 127: 0 Other Merchandise. 2,637 0 Provisions salt 13,529 lbs 240 0 Rags 25 cases - - . 25 0 Seals skins, 50, .* - -50 0 Sugar 99,250 lbs ' - 8t6 0 Treenails 9,424 - - 50 0 Tobacco 158 lbs. - - 9 0 Wools 10,792 lbs. - - 458 .0 Wine 2,147 gallons - . 22 4 The fullowing vessels are advertise d tdoail f thos6e (olonies on the undermentiioie'd '4iatds. September 2 th, Governor Read, COnvicts, 12tons, John Young, for New South Wales ;' September 28th; Hamony, Convicts, 374 tons;, Ilennet lrelcnd, Van. ijieaen's tand; eptember 20th, Persian, C...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

SYDNEY -MARKET '3P! cr of wheat ' n Thursday Iuast; 9s-hiia ,i~on , '. -tPotatnes '183. per "wt.--Finc MIuis'28s". Stk, pur-'. Scart:-=Seconds 20s.dicta. t'1 e George S trcet .S d ei a~t .S th at9I F0 'P I '[D N . 4 '81 " º'" D1E4T~v WR PiUJ~'1r..r' . -, *. I3WA RD'-.S41Tfl HALLI,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

{; i '1!tJWE' '' to~tM P btd.tatr~n1 d ale'gr E.r_.d eip~tenM t up thek t.ý{t'r'y 'atto ý ur a Tiii.3aur " .* r oA ~ r,'s . ebsz'rtri~ who ,d iaot se~ e Me pe re utaid~ty, *gre' re. gcmpci: t'tiher"; ($stptid :andt, As far as we can, we will ,rere~dy tl~;C 11, Bu we will *su'i Ie ais.j'erabte fort/aee idelvery Hof owS #Z"ournaj in. a #Aor. efj.ectuat mari Her t/an hus' Ih ets forth, .Thid' ýe . 'te.conidition 'ýn tohic awe sell dusi Journal, auid o~f w4l ch we herebyi requtskt all our Seg5scribera to take notice. Z~eplleare cautionqeL to pay no noneyq'swr'mwae andY settlemenat 'on acco ofte-ip tr, f4/k JE. ourinal, .without' eaundn the 'PRboINTED r:; if : rtiges Li hint in his own proper`-'hand writifg. M~4oney plaid on his account without sarc ecei t, will } q-be given credit /br, nor' achn'ozi'Wdged in arty "SU&-scfbers to this Journal' on, rest iaing it, will haae to ptr º ,br the .remainder 'of the quarter, whether. they ctoose to receive it or ,.ot.'. Quarter days end t...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

noa* --ObSundnay, arrived H. M. Colonial Brg M&ari:E~ztrbetk,* from Moreton Bay and Port Mac. qMrarie;. cargo, Maize and Cedar planl<. On Monday, the Borneo from V.I D. Land, lkft 20th. Dec. Cargot' sheep. >Passengers, e. Gellibrand Esq., W. Luwninn and lady; steerage, W. Wood,. 10. freea vomckh and F children... The Mart, and Ro.sel pn ,Castle'hatarrlvri4% at iIobart Town with. prisoners. On. Tuesua .tifa.e Gov. Philip from Melville rslhnd and ICing b e6agas Sound. .: Depwrtuhtes2-TThe Goavenor lifarcqarged;from New Zealand, and Wave for Hobart Towq,.piVl unday "

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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 — 5 January 1829

-. j D RY*9 MZM0RANAVUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARm4Al.os rl TERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN TIOa MORNING,.12 AT NOON, AND 5 . N THE $VENING RESPECTIVELY. Ijast. Sunday after Ephihany. High. Water 4" m. p. 6 morn.--15~mP.7 ) Afternoon. - Suzi rises 53 m. p. 4.- ets7 m. p, 7. iHigh Water, 45 m. p. 7 Morn.-8 at Nt + Hih Water 15'm. p. 8 Mora -9 at Nt? New Moon, 2 in the u.,iorn. Ii High Water, 15 m. p. 8 Morn.-9 at Nt. 7r ,High WVater, I5inin. p.. 9, Morn.-30 mp. p.9 Evening. jigh Water, 30 m. p. 10 £7 igh Water, 15 min. p. 11 Mofl.--30 m. p. U1j.g.11-Night. FRURpDAY A....7688 70 N. E. Fair PR A........:. 75ý87 7 Do. Do. SUNDA*, .. 73 8376 DO . C1op'd MONDAY . . 70 76 6Z S.W. Rainy TW NSDAY . ý .,. 6.5 Z76 8 Do D.0o. WEDNESDAY *rs.. Do.O 80* O

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

7 ii1iiElD igtu a lit of untie, aboutzs oinupibs bask, a dark liteock, branded on the off hip x , and the-ne~arear half cut off, ,An )? rSo proving this buIltck to be his of+ her property; mny lhiive it oon pa} ink; eqpen. ces, and if not. clhin id,, in one month. fraln f the presenit date, it. will be sold without fur. then* notice.; . Ilockwood, Appin, 9th December. 1848.' F. R. HUME }QFOR SALE , AT REGENT VILLE. l ELVEl HUNDRED H1EAD OF ' HOUI'ED CA I TLJY; also One Hun dred and Twenty lBreeding' Maues, and three Flocks of Ewes'6f 35O each, iThe above Cattle have been progressively improved for many years past, by the use of the beset =imported European Bulls; so that they are now iVnot only eminently calculated f for the dairy, but possess hlardy constitutions, with bulk and make, profitable fur slaughter or' draugbt. Simwilar expense and care have been given to tlile`improvemen1t of the Horses ; the, B eding Mares are large and roomy, with bone and points which promise the high...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

:ToTnE EDITea i 01 IIB SYDNEY MON1TO'z, Z[ helieve that every,. one 'who reads tte. p era-." gruph iii, thia Y'tt numb~er, of your; Jourifal-rt.. s Icting , the "Commnittee of Inepectbon'on"f'thO .. IA1ilit!1ry Chest, will think it ddedsIwtthed".w creaite an impr~essionl extremely plrciudheil' o' thdi.i (Xrn; Iinssariat. D patrtpmint,. if. buff'ered to puss. uuc(bh- i trPfle1t d.' Ntherelwiess, I shall c+ºtLnt~Irinelf.. ýºqth dirprov nig. your insinwslion~s by a tetivwrai.e arid" 1ihr bttdCi 1Ca$). wtiýýic lsi L'rro ib riý:it'? by the evideace of' the acuor iin the hbsiness yn.n allude to, anw. .bv .hy h.coiscurring testimoziy of many other persons.. For the sake of accoinmnotlat'n; merchan-s aid the public,. ho were con idt all vl 'pulairing of the loss of timtnQ:n %iraititttr while 1sr;e .*Iatfylm ts were countedruut to thein in such small coin as half crolvits, s51il.1ig6s ani sixpences; -ain d lso thit'the CUuiniissariat'Oii-er, who -acts both as cashier and accountant of all th...

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COMPLAINT AGAINST GENERAL DARLING, THE GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 5 January 1829

(Frons 4he. 11ifrning 'EeraldL) " COMPLAIN C AGAINST- GENERAL DARLING, THE GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALEl. Mr. Stewart, in pursuance of his notice, brought forward a motion respecting the treatment which two soldiers of the 5fth 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, 182f;, stoic some pieces of calico from a shop at Sydney, in the day-time, for which -they were tried at the Quar ter Sessions, convicted, and sentenced to seven years' traijisportation each. - The Governor, however, for some- uason of his own, not approving of this sep tenee, thought proper to alter it into a puuishtneno of working upon' thie public -roads of ?the ctulony, 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, though in a bad state of bealth,.as was represented ; ...

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