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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 12 January 1829

O·TLCE. TLO THE PUBLIC. To t? e 'readers of the Alonitor.-Gentlemen of rank, d oivil and military officers, whether subscribers to s journal or not, are informed, that it will be es demo a'tavour if they will transmit to the office of the Monitor, a memorandum, o a ny birth, death, or t arriage which may take place in their famiIies or among -their connerionsi , either in the Colony or in England. The form and style of such communica I tions, will be implicltly observed by our printer, as it aswished to make this journal a register of incident, of this kind, as well for the gratification of our Co onial, as of our fbreign readers.. A letter from the Country has been received; dated the "i 5th Instant, and signed " An old Subscriber." We are willing to notice all public delinTcencies; brt we cannot publish such on the allegation of a Corresponrd ent, who does not give us his sig'nature, either publicly obf privately. If. t/he old Subscriber's narrative be true, it ought, to be notice...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 12 January 1829

.(, he following is copied jr'rm i a pump/hlet oJ" nine pages, printed and published in London, at the .private eapense of our Correspondent, who hi'stributed 3'0 copies among the AMembers rf the Lotwer Huuse previously to the passing of t e Act of Parliament for New Sou.oth Wales. 'ED.) REMARKS AND OBJECI'IONS. ON TIllE PART OF COLONISTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES, TO A B IL L, To Provide for the Administration of Justice in NEw SOUTH WALES, and VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, and for the more effectual Governmi thereof, and for other purpoies relating thereto. The Acts of Parliament by wh:eh the Govern ment and Courts of J tistice in New South W'ales and Van Dieminen's Land were e.tablished, is 4 Gec. 4, cap 96, to be in force until the end of the year 1829. It may be uroper to ol,~erve, that this Act was expressly limited in its duration, because it was considered as a temporary imeasure, and pre paratory to, and introductive of a.m?ire literal sytetn of (Governmentt and Jurispru!leonce; and that M1r...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 12 January 1829

SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. TUESDAY JAN. 6th,--Their Honors, the Chief Jus- tice and Mr. Justice Dowling, sat this morning to pass judgment on certain prisoners convicted during the last sessions. John Payne and Edward Whalen convicted 0f stealing in the dwelling house of Timothy Beard, and putting a person therein, in bodily fear, were placed at the bar, and addressed by Mr. Justice Dow= ling to the following effect:- " You, John Payne, have, been convicted of three capital felonies ; one being a burglary in the dwelling house of William Byrne, at Bargo; the second, stealing in the, dwelling hosues of Malachi Ryan, at   Appin ; and the third for the same offence committed in the dwelling house of Timothy Beard at Cabramatta. "You, Edward Whalen, were also indicted for the               same offences, but were acquitted of two, but found guilty on the third charge ; it is now my painf...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

Arrivals.-On Friday the Lyne, from the Whale, fishery, 28th Nov. 1827. Cargo 110 tons of Sper Oil. On Sunday the Admiral G f'rld,;from -New land 18ti Dec. Cargo 'ork, FIax, &c. "Depai'iturer.---Thi Waterloo for Port Dalrymple, the 5th Jin. Saide yyv, theW Rdyal Sovewre1 f() t t Whaling-ground; : The- argaret. fr Hvlbat&, 'r on the 6th. Same d.ky, Ellen for.L4otndon.,, TIhe Ierty,,for sealing hi' Bes's Straits on the 7th, Lord Liverpool fobr Newcastle on the 10th. Projectedc Departures.---City oaf Ediubnrgh?T ' ? Moretir'Bay ;. the Newzealauder, for New Zeaa1B! antd the Leda, for the Cape of Good Hope, thin,' 1?. The Mary Elizabeth, for Port Macquarie. anc'Md i ton Blay, and II. M. S. atellite,, on a cruizeSon Tie0 day, the coronet,, for Port Dalrymple,. on Thu~yd t.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

THE NEW SLAUGHTER. HOUSE. IN COCKLE 1.BY. 'THE public are informed, that prime beef and mutton. are daily exposed for: sale for ready. money, at the New Slaughter House, lately erected on the premises of Mr. Wentworth, in. Sussex-street Cockle Bay, at the following very reduced prices, payable in Colonial Currenev. viz. FRESH BEEP The carcass, side or quarter, at 3d per lb. Prime pieces .........".. at 41d per lb Beef of iordinary qnality , . at 4d per lb. SALT OR CORNED BEEF Rounds and other prime pieces at 5d per lb. )rdinary pieces. .......... at 42d per lb ' ton............... at 5;1 per lb* H ~ et, shins, and other offal, at a low ." rate. Respectable families supplied regularly at their own houses, and their bills sent in monthly. Captains of Vessels supplied at the whole sale price. N. 1.. Cattle' slaughtered for the. public five shillings per head. "' 'Ten shillings Stg. given for hides. . OLDERS of .touck, who may feeddis Sposed to exchange their cattle for sheep, have now ...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

Price of SYDNEY MARK1iT Price of. wheat on Thursday aJt, )s.-"MJaS6t -Potatoes 26s. per ewt.-Fine Flour, $5.%tg. ý cwt' -Secodids 23s. ditto. No.81, Grorge Sirt Sydney New SomIA EDITED~ PRIN8D,' AND PrUDLI!J BlY THE J 5' ftlo+.f'I'KTH "" f ýIEDWYQRD. PMITH HALL..

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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 — 13 January 1829

3it1MORt1aYUM l FOR Tl41` EINSUING WNEE16. VARIAIIOPS .CGI TIIUtIIMO"MR11Ri· ,&C. &C. TAW2B AY 7 IN It ita MItt NINO, 1.2 AT NOON, AND 5. IN'".TIIE EVENING RI S'1'ECTIVELY.' " '° I· ]; st. Suniday nfter Ephihany. . .I .., ligb Water 45 m. p. 11 morn. ' ý j Afternoon.' nSun ruaed 56 in. p. 4.--Set 4 m. p. 7: IIlHigbhWaitt , loum. p. 12`Min.-36 m: p .17' C ` at N~gbt. I I First Quarter of MoonV23 in. p. 10 morn; : High Water S'= m. p. 1 Morn." 33 . Aftternoon.. ; .. ' I I High Water, 2 in the Morn.-" 28,m. p~2 ; I 'O I' Iih \Wate, 5W min. p. 2 Morn.-32 in.p 4 _N i g h.l: W~ I I ~ p h - a t e r , 5 " W . P . 4 . W e r n. - 3 6 m . p - 4.J ; Aft.. .. , - , I 'IT'igi i1'nter,, , 5min 5 p, S"Moevnk-43 m: p. ;,. ~ .1 Night. FIliDAY.. Wa35 S.'Y.W F 'usA 6'27Offis Do. *tj~awerrue;.k S ITTJRDAY. .. 68021jti S. &.. D Simr& v . 67 78 tii Doi= MONDAY 7 ii 82174 S. W.: Fair. 1'lsus .:... S 72 Ibo 1) ý'\V~r.solr'Av 7,6 837(1)0 .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

SJUNIUS. . IHIS famous Horse will stand for the season on the premises of the Proprietor MrW - Andrew Nash, Parramatta.--Terms, Three Guineas Stg. groomage included, payable on the 'Iet day of next year. This horse is limited to fifty Mares,. therefore early application must be made. No coin men't it is conceived, need be made u on JUN!US..---(N. B. He is sure. But in case of missing, frothing will be charged next season, M1r. Nush's object being to perpetuate 'his race.) -?" . : = , = L ?? = .. -7. . . -.,- ' -", - - -- '" • = = - TO SERVE MARES THlS SEASON. A T Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At £4. 10s. Sterling, Groom's fee included. All expenses to be paid befoie-the 15th January 18.9 The horse, will be limited to. 40 ,Mares. SPRING-GUN Ablaek horse, 3 years old,.gotaby ' Steel-. trip" out of. ",Black Susan" by ' Old flec qor." Spring-Gun won the, Produce Stakes a.t the last Sydney, iVleeting,. beating the prize colt Ben nelong and two others, Hle iis allowed to,. be 'tae hansomnest...

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KING GEORGE'S SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

SING GEORGE'S SOUND. ,. This is arnother of otr sertlemeh'ts on the SouthWest coast of New Holland, consistingof30 convict prison ers and 20 soldiers, under the command also of. Lieut. Sleemian. The soil is barren and sandyJthougl land 'may be found fit for agriculture, forty miles from-the shore. The people of the settlement have contrived to make a garden on Green' Island, a few miles off the harbour, where they raise vegetables. The Blacks at this set tlement are friendly, quite the reverse of the ferocious tribes at Melville Island and Raffle's Bay, And what is still mqre pleasing, the Prisoners, tho' generally starving, are also vtry pacific, which maybe accounted' for perhaps at the fountain head [of truth, upon the principles, that the "demoralising Sydney Monitor," was not read on those sandy coasts. Perfect tranquility prevailed by day ; but every night, each man, (whether soldier or prisoncr) had to defend hixmself from the violent attacks of a mon strous eny of radicals, ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. When we were publishing Cobbett's famous and most mnaserly letters on the Reformation,. to the great terror of our Colonial bigots, the Official Jour.. nal raised a cry (ot' danger, that the Catholics compo, ?i sed two thirds of the Colony, and would put 'all the Protestants to death. But noi that the new elegant. Chapel is in flyde Park, nearly tumbling down for want of a roof, and. that Government has turned up the tenderers for roofing it in, the same as they 0 lately did the Contractors for beef,'on account of the Y latter having tendered -at too low a price ; now F1 the "Official" has found out, that the Catholics' ? here are a nobody ; a mere hand-full of Sectarians; and of course don't require a.new Chapel., Mr. Cape Sen. was lately thrown from his horse at his farm near Lake Macquarie, and falling pn a stump, his thigh was put out. Mr. Cape Jun. master of the Sydney public school, happening to be down, bhas, tened to bring his parent up. Unhappily they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

We 6 1.. 0jo mforip ose u'hiltecriaer both. in towM Bas cswuatry, khey rn sat colaidern *A dlrery of their= :Y . papers'by : 4to the Pest -tater in Sydney as regard our friedi sip the country; and to our nW.ews-ce:si as regards our ftiemnd in Town, a valid - to thern e Inlaudw "espectleV' ;i the` e a ar'(ftpw irto their owis lianiii .Subderibers : bo .do s ot ei! : their papers regularly, are reyslted o 'compl 4?,-i Sus by letter : (post paid) .and, as far as we can, we wil . remedy the evý. l?ut we tshll aot ,beansuarable for"" /" delivery -of our Journal in. a more ef'ertual mrras. ser than thus set forthY: This Ii the 'condition as wAich we eUI our. Jo'rnal. and of which ose Ae1 - . re?uest all our Subscribers to t ake~ :?otice. "The public are eautilonedto np?omoneyg nor ma~~ i *settlement on account of the P.roplefor of Mu, Joursnal, 'uwithout demanding "a iRNTED frecept signed by him in- his own proper hand s,', g Moriey ",'dd on his account without such receipt wil'l inot be'...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

•SUPREME? CRIMINAL COURT. TUEIDAY JAN. 6th.-Their Honors, the Chiefl4 ?? tice and Mr. Justice Dowling, sat this morning to pa . judgment on certain prisoners convicted during the asst 8ession8s. John Payne and Edward Whalen Corivicted d a stedling in the dwelling hduse of Timothy Beard, an??. putting a person therein in -bodily fear, went placed at the bar, and addiessed by Mr, Juit icv ? .w*i nan to the followinpg efet t ; u, John Payne, have d of two, but foundf three itrl felonies; one being aburiirys now my padweinful of William Byrne, law upon youthe. ThSecond, Case., looked with th& most 0 tcpaliUa+ in .the dwelling- hosui's of Mallidnti Ryap, at ;evidence adduced against you, AphiDadhing all the thior the Sm oircumstaffences, committed hI the dwelling house-ofTimnothy Beard at Cabrainatta1 youi, Edward Whalen, were also indicted for the nte offences, but were acquttd of two, but foundhe ct there can be ano doubt. ,It en, to warn you, that you are ity on the third char...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

UPFRIORA fsshLioohbly-maroll London clothes, , . boys dresses; tec. &c; Tileu widersigned has now open for sale, at his stores, No. 73, Maqket and Pitt Street, a choiice inestinent, ciimprising, with the above, tie following articles. Gentlemen's shooting jckets, fustian trowsers superior London made beaver hate, ladies' and'chil. dren's dresses, velveteen and cord trowsers, dittt ditto vests, white and striped shirts, white and prin ted calicoes, flannelh, grey and white drill, bed-ticking blankets, white and.ciildr'd muslir handkerchiefs ; Iii of which together with his customary supply of to is, sugars, English soap, Brazil and Negro-head tobacco, and other varieties, he will dispose of at the very lowest rates for ready money only... His Cqpstomers he trust. will not be offended at his reminding them, that some of their engagements. are considerqbly over due, and as money would just now be very acceptable, he trusts they will come forward with it as freely as he fur nish...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

t Pi1QNrO F. TUiESDY, ;JANUARY 13; 1829. +.*+..w:.,ýýia.::«a n.bq. t.v .w.,7.?Ir A wwwn.bR:ý ° A..i TI.MNT?, has been iterated-by Mr. Justice 'Dowvin , rw~~agh while we discuss its correetiess,. :e; trust the learned Judge will bear with. us, .We wishi to. argue its perits;. not.,a the sentiment,, !of Mr. Dowling uasa Jtidge÷. but as a private gen-.., tlemnan, whose .erudition aud experience of mn i. and things make hisopiniotis weighty;, and conseý quently, if erroneous, the more dangerous. The. sentiment was dwyelt on.eliborutely in the Justices, charge to the Jury :in.tbhe action for libel Re?,v.? laill, and was again insisted upon in the Juidg. -'ment he pronounced en the Defendant.; W?`€e are ~ not impugning that judgment; we now.adopt thl :.sentiment for discussion, on., its oew merit;, as a mere point of casuistry, entirely uneon nected with. the circusistauces under; which itwaus delivered fo'bm the Bench.. . Tina: dentiment in question then, is ,whether, .pi .has, been laid...

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RAFFLE'S BAY, &c. &c. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

RAFFLE'S BAY, &c. &c.' To'THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, SIR, . This Australian settlement is situated:on, the northwestern extremity of New Holland, ubout .lj degrees Sotith ,'ititude, And 133 degrees of East Longitude, dis'ant from the English' Settlement of Melville lland about 180 miles, and .was taken pps° session of by Captain Smith, 39th Regt. on the :18th Jnne 1827. The population at that period consisted of about 60 soula-dow ,of 90, prtmoipally military and prisoners of the Crowi. The Town is composed of 20 logged huts. with' i cottage for the .Commadart, a. store house; ana a (ort topI ntgi f9q4 ý-mns, ' . rt is, of S 1ry'jP ffeior grad, for ned of logs driven, into the gs.ound. IThe harbour is bad of its kindi and on account of hoal' wter a "considerable distance, vessels cannot c9i ,lna r the Town. Ptfer Is very scarce; and seldom, to be procured ?or hbippidg.. One well, the only ,supply of the Set tlemen?, was emptied to accommodate a"'vessel that .c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

/OTICE Ti Q NT H I. the reiders of the Mbnitor.-y-Gentlemen of rank, , d civil and dilitary, offiers,. whththr 'bscribers tc this journal or not, are iiiformed,'t1ia it will be es teemed a fiavour if they will transmiiit to thl ofice of the Monitor a memorandnm dc ansy birtb,. death, or Marriage whieb may take place in their families or smong their connexions, eitheri in the Colony or in Eingland. The form and style of such communica tions, will be implicitly" observed by our printer, as it .K wished to make, this journal's aegiter of incidents f his kind,-as well for the gratification of our Co isT'z, as of our foreign readers. knetirton the Cosntrxy has been received, dated the i 5th tant, and signed " An old Subscriber." We are wilting to notice al( public de1n7uencies; brut we cannot.publish such on thie allegation of a Corresvpond e?at, sio does not give us his signdature, ether publicly or privately. If the old Subscriber'~ natrratite he ti i, it ought to be noticed; but if fa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

(ti.r ,ettoiwing ir copied from a pamnphlet ./J 1,ine pages, printed and published in London, at th, private ei*pense .of our Correspondent, wh > di ari/buted 3COO.copie .mong the MAembers of:.ti. - f,, trer House previously to the passing- fj Ite Act '",f Parlianment for New South ffales. .ED.) REMARKS AND OBJECrIONS. ON TI?E PART OF THE COLONISTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES, TO, A B[LL, To Provide for the Administration of Justice in NEW . SOUTH WALES, and VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, and for the more effectual Governm.:at thereof, antd for other purposes relating thereto. The Acts of Parliament by which the Govern mnent and -Courts of J ustice in New South Wales tand Van D.iemen's Land were established, is 4 Geo. I1, cap 96, to be in force until the end of the year; t829. It may be uroper toobserve, that this Act wvas expressly limnted in its duration, because it was considered as a temporary measure. and pre uaratory to, and introductive of .a more lineral ivstem "of Government and Jurisprudenc...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued). TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

'; atellAgee contiamej. . w f E PE lTrroB.o ra Ta MonIToR. S' Having tieen taught to Believe froin my i?attey, that true politeness formed_ a leading tait tile character of agenireman, I haie'lately len', led into gross errors, by vainly expecting fted all. who bore that. once honoured title, the eondescension and wish to oldige which I had so (te.u. heard were conspicuous, in the manners of welll.bred persons.. Some time ago, I had. occasion to visit one of the highest pullic oices hi.' Sydney. Being entirely' unacquainted with 'he form's of business, and feeling the difi denze. natural to a female, it was not without effort I could conquer my reflgriance to the task. h*iras:assurid howeter, I had only to speak to the .gentlemiep of the office, and they would treat me with respect. Accompanied by a mnarried lady, I en tered the hall occupied by several poor persons, apparently waiting for answers to their various lietitions. Several young men passed from one qroom to.anothqr, witho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 13 January 1829

FOR SALE, AT J. INCH'S, No. 14, PITT STREET. ADIES' straw bonnets, trimm'd, at 17s, 6d. children's ditto, ladies' arl' chil aren's Dunstables and split straw, black 'chip Irirtn'il, children's ditto. white an:d yellow .nankeen trowscrs, brown -Irill ditto 1O? ; gcn .tlemen's best London made waistcoats, line loncloth shirts, cotton diut4, gentlchme,'s -shoes, ladies' white satin ditto, -white and co. -Inured kid ditto, and children's black leather .ditto. EG to acquaint their fr;eznds and the public, that in the course of th-e ensu;, n, week, their stures in George Street. will be OPENED with a most extensive assort. .ment of every description of goods, receiv ,ed from their friends in ,London, per Co. ,ronet, consigned to them. 'T'hey are there Ifore enabled to offer thernat lower prices than any' other bouse in the Colony. a LADIES' SILK DRESSES. Rich Gros de Naples of the newest fashions Italian nett from flarinan & Co. French lilac 114, Regent Street. IIABERDASHERY. Comp...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

SYDNEY MARKET Average price of Wheat 9?. Od.--Mnaize 1 s,. ley 4s. Gd.--Oats Os. cOd.--Fi'ne Flour 26i.:"tg.8 , cwt.-Seconds 23,. S,tg. -'Pt:natecs 2s8.4 20' Butter Is. 6d. to 2s. id.---:~c? :1s.--Onibbs 3di ,Cheese is. 3d, to Is. 9d --,l\r?d (>d. to 6d": fiRi dear.-Fowls 6s. to 7s. j,ýr coulec--Ducks 8s. ' 10s. per couple-Geese 1Os. caclh- 'urkies 1?i each. No. 81 George Street Sydtney Ne~ui ' o ?,'? EDIThED, PILJNTID, 'AN DP I'I;LIS?lEDP BY TIILE I').RJPttiTrIjD, EDWARD SMITTH HALL..

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