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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

TO T,?o ;EDITOIftP?,'TH&E MONI'TOR. SIR, AFTER a lapqe of some months I find myself called on agan td address you, the circumstances I wish to call your attention to, are I reel confident, such as will induce you to give publicityto my communication. . IN THE GAZE?rE of Tuesday I was some what surprised to:see an advertisement announcing a Commissiariat sale of Blankets. Rugs, and Hammocks, Dishes, Poringers, and Knives and Forks I say surprised, because it comes within my own observation, that at this time, a mess of six of the unfortunate inmates of tie Pri soner's Barracks are, supplied with ONE knife and fork only,-and two porringers, or tin dishes, whence they arc compelled, if not provided with pocket knives of their own, a convenience two thirdys of their number are without, to tear victuals anonder with their teeth •like Cannibals, and each to wait for a portion of his meal till. his neighbour has finished. The winter approachs, cold and hungry and hall naked, the Ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

AUSTRALIAN. BREWERY. J WRIGHT, with every sentiment of gratitude for the .t liberal encouragement he has met with from his Up country friends and the Public in general for the last six years (during which period he has been a Licensed Victualler,) in orms them he has removed to the Australian Brewery, George Street, ,Sydney, and as it is his intention to brew those wholesome beve rages, Malt Liquors, hopes by strict attention and assiduity, to merit their patronage. A stock of good beer is now ready for delivery. Orders will be strictly attended to. The neighbourhoods of Windsor, Pitt Town, Wilberforce. and the Inhabitants of the lower part of the Hawkesbury River, may be supplied without any inconvenience to' themselves, J. W. iutending to send beer to those neighbourhoods by his own conveyance. N. B. private families may he accomodated with small quantities of not less than five Gallons. March 6th, 1827. NO PUFF-A PLEDGE TO THE PUBLIC FOR TWO YEARS T HE Undersigned having consider...

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We give the following bill of fare of the Entertainment given of lord Mayor's Day, in order that (to use the language of the last Querterly Preview) Beauvilliers, and such Artistes, may feel they are but men. We would not be afraid to match it against Very himself in this price and that Even paris consenting, held own himself beat. GUILDHALL.—GENERAL BILL OF FARE. DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

1 bal 4'0.?. ?ot- i n raathe - o l Mym, ay, ill o.der.tlmri (to se SJ l e. .frt4" ) 'DeauvilibTS. apt such (tofi"(ts, GU5_lALL.-"GB ?B'L HIL. OF |ARE. 15 d ri ccaponss'.. 80. ditto p rawsy. . 43 has, ornamented. '18 ditto shell fish. r0 tongues, do. -x .- 8ditto lobstes r sallads. 36 pigeon pia es. 60 do. mashed & other potatoes 16 stewed rumps of brtle . O 90 do. brocoli. 40 boiled turkeys, with oysters. O 4 almond pastry. 15 orange and other tourtes. 2 ugarbats, creamed. .-15-millcap ns. illes. 8 mince pies. 25 turkeys roasted. 100 do. pheasantsh.partridge. 'S pea fowls. 18 I81everets, 45 dihtonges wildo. . [ 2 dishes stewed mushrooms. 18 sed . we ncht. of pie apple. '45 plates of walnuts. 140 dishes best hothouse grapes. 100 do dried fruits & preserves 200 ice creams. ,60 dishes rout cakes, &c. 75 plates of apples of different 4 do. paradise plums and S kinds. other tort. 2 currants. 25 dishes of pears,. 30 do. preserved ginger. • 72 brnamented savoury cak...

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SELECT POETRY. THE MINSTREL OF THE BORDER, To his Harp. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

__ _ _ _ _TUE BORDER- 4ý ;; ..... Harp of?he North ! that mouldering long hast hung On the witch Eln, that, shades St. Filia's spring, -j' ;F.dovakthe fitful breeze thy numbers flung, " envious ivy did around thee cling, " 'duaffiing with verdant ringlet every string, 'h !liiistetflap '! still i theftc y acceitis reepc ' 'Mid rustling leiaves, and fountain's mtirm'ring; Still must thy sweeter sounds their silence keep, Nlor teach a Warrior"'?iile, nor bid a maiden weep. No . so inaPciDays Qf Cale ta on, WPas tky voice mute a Wite; estal crowd; hen lay of hopeless love,orglory won ? . .&'·Arouised the fsirfu?,and subdized the proud. At each according pause was heard aloud, .Thine ardent symphony sublime and high ! Sainfa' imes and crested chiefs attention bowed ; , For still the burthen of thy minstrelsy, . WasKnightiood' s dauntless deed, andbeauty's matchless eye! Oh, wake once more, how rude soe'er the hand, That ventures o'er thy magic maze to stray! . Oh, wake once more,...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. " -St. PATRICK. •.'" SUN rises. at 55 main. past 5. '9 I ?i High VWater at Port-Jacksor, 16 mrin. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Night. 3rd. Sunday in Lent. I Edward King of the West Saxons. So ' I High Water 36 min. past 1,l Morn. High Water, 26 win. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Atlt S h Sun sets 3 minm. past 6. High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. E I. ° Last Quarter of the Moon, 27 min. past 6 Evening. Duchess of Cumberland born. High.Water, 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. r cI Lienedict. SDay decreased 2 hours 16 minutes. High Water,.33 min. past 3 Miorn.-5.min. past 4 At. Day12 Hours 2 Min long, 1 . : ~f High' Water, 36 uwin. past 4 Morn.--8 min. past 5 Even. S- Eqiuationuof Time.--Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 6 deg 44 min. after 12 meah time. -?TATE" OF THE WEATHER DURING THlE LAST WEEK, WITII THE. VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN, AT 7 A. M. AND ;."1 .Z M.ACil: DAY' RESPECTIVELV. TuunsA,"t ..... . 71 75 ;I Cloudy ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

DIED.--On Sunday, Captain Wilson, of the Ship Australia, after a protracted indisposition. Capt. W. commanded the ROYAL   ADMIRAL, on her second Voyage to this Colony.   BIRTH.--On Thursday Evening the.8th. Instant,the Lady of   James Norton, Esq. of a son. SYDNEY : NEW SOUTH WALES:   EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED BY E.S. HALL, SOLE PROPRIETOR.   .ga. ao opt

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

ENGLISH lMJSCELLANIES. ', SPAIN..--The following melancholy picture of. this dle voted country.is concained.in the Courzer 'ren,~ r ,is- " " The misery which prevals lhere is beyond all bounds; it is frightful. Two-third "parts of. the pop-;." lation of Tolosa, Vittoria, Burgos, .Arnada, 'Buytriago, are literally without breeches, shirts, stockings, shoes, or hats. 'An old filthy cloak, made. up ofa thousand .iltby shreds, put together in a filthy manner, covers a. filthy skeleton, with a long l:eard and a 'fierce and haggard eye. At Irun, soldiers, excisenian, priests, and. employeps, of every description,, begged.alms.?of: us, 'At BriviescL, ,a curious personage, who held a' plate in one .hand and Ii little holy sacrament of copper in' the other, asked us:for an alms-' for God.',. In Burgos,, I wasipresent while the fragments of a monk's diuner,were being distributed. ''wo' hundred creatures : dressed':in . tatters, rushed.i one over the other into 'the middle of the donvent court...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

. To THs EDITOR ;Or T MT?oE r.o . ', . sNei . rcaslle,arehI l," ? ? 7 - THE person employed on this:settlement by the Post-Oqtie, as the receiver' and distributor of letters, may or may not bp blameless as to the carelesntess with which the letters of i;im dividuals are forwarded--he may probably be ill paid for any . little trouble be, may be at.;' and conse(tuentiy may think ;... not much importance whether the people's interest in this a~i"e g?rd be attended to or not. I of course, cannot say whethber:.' or not such reasons properly apply, or wlwther the fault mury not with. greater propriety.be imputud to the Governme?n? or the heads of . the department; but. this can say., "whasp the cause, the sure effect" is ut.uch iiwo?hveDiencC t9 thte g i. folks of Hunter's River.---But tof't, Sir, 'perhaps this goj' *ment may shortly establish a " .',ird. if eit r s,"r, O qa . thing of thiat kind, to take. bir interests hi t11h14 ,, -' consideration. Meantime :,' , I ren Sirn ; Sid' Very ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

w. ? ic .: -Ai +" "· . j'?i,": a `? ý ? rO i roigtrsf orruin has pot been so rapizd as some per S- ~9 ~ ne,. It has been on foot for more than tYa EARS. Frin' the year 1793 to the. present day, the ;hil ' has been' ihcreasing. The farmers and ' " d el& i *ore the appearance of prosperity; but, it was a false 'f-pp?aranu rising: from the bibbleof paper-money. The dis '"F e 'pfftaxatioq und. of consequent pauperism was constantly at 'f-work in the bowels of the community. Family after family were " pressebd dob?h into `the list of pappers.. Small farmers became ''ilabourers, and labourers went one after another to the poor-r S4oiouse. ' Smell fitm-houses, those, numerous.scenes of frugality, '".- udplstry, morality and happiness, became, one after another, the s icn P of the' labourer's misery. The lands weit to stretch out ?'farmer's tracks or the Nabob's park. And the cottages 'of the "' l bouirers became sheds 'for cattle, or fell into rubbish, while o' poor houses rose thc...

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Rural Ride, from Highworth to Cricklade, and thence to Malmsbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

Rural Ride, from Highworth to Cricklade, and thence ; to Malmsbury. IItGfwonRTh (WILTs), MONDAY, 4th SEPT. 1826.-When I:got toD-.evices on Saturday evening, and came to look out of the inn-window into the street, I perceived, that I had seen tispladcc before, and, always having thought, that I should like 'to see Devizes, of which I had heard so much talk as a fan~iusicorn-market,, I was very much surprised to find, that it was not'new to me. Presently a stage-coach came up to the door, with" Bath and London" upon its panels, and then I; reollected, that I:had' been at this place, on ;my way to Bristol, last year. Devizes is, as nearly as possible, in the centre of the county, and the canal that passes close by it, is the great clannel through which the produce of the country is carried away to be devoured by the idlers, the thieves and prostitudes, who are all tax-eaters, in the Wens of Bath and London. :'Pottern, which I passed through in my way from Warniinster' to Devizes, was o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

S i ,.'' " RAz NG CATrLE, " " i':NEAR PATR1C 'S 'PL'AINS, 'HUN'TER'S RIVER.: HIIS is to-inform the Settlers, that Cattle will be Gazed . j t'8s. 'per 'head, at De 'Qilnoy vILLE's Estate, contain in- Seveni Hundrejl aiidForfy Acres,' and with an extensive run of Iiine miles to the' mountaihs at the biack of it.. Appli cation to be made to Dr. Parmater, at Williami Bland's, Esq. Vitt Street; or'Mr. Foster, Castlereagh Street. - :N B. One bri'tvo-artizans or mechanics may have a Lease bf °'20 or 30 -Acres of 'the above Fa'rm. 'There is a. trusty Overseer on the Farm. ROSE AND CROWN INN, - CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. i*iH:E PROPRIETOR of the 'above Inn', in retiring from 'the Business he has so long carried on, and impressed 1with a grateful sense of the liberal support he has received f;6Ciiieries'of years from' the Australian Public, begs leave to icommeneid to his Friends, and those G'entlemen who have iiudallrymade his House their 'choice, his successor; MR. A. Hi iL, of the Hyde Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NO'TICEI . COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, MARCH 9 1827.,     HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has been pleased. to appoint SAMUEL WRIGHT, ESQUIRE, to act as.   Police Magistrate at Newcastle. By His Excellency's .Command, . . ALEXAIIDER McLEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, MARCH 8,1827. WHeREAS there is Reason to believe that the   FIVE CONVICTED FELONS, whose Escape   from the Hulk was notified in the Sydney Gazette, of 21 st.February last, have been harboured by Settlers or others; NOTICE :IS HEREBYBY GIVEN, that any   Person or Persons, who shallbe found to have been   guilty of so doing, will be immediatlely prosecuted for Felony as Accessaries. By His Excellency's Command,   ALEXANDER M'LEAYY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, MARCH, 8, 1827. FOR SALE by AUCTION, on Tuesday the 20th. .Instant:- The Whole of the Materials comprising the Gov...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

g DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ?dSui Brig Queen Charlotte, the first Colonial' Vessel eyver bound for England, and a remarkable fast sailer, is expected to return to Port Jackson in nine mionths. Captain Maun tries the North Western Passage, which, though perilous, will, as he hopes, enable him to reach' Etigland before the Portland and Marquis of Huntley, no accidgnt intervening. The Marquis of Lansdown-returns to Hobart Town, to take in a cargo for the Indian Market. TaE" protracted drought has been severely felt by gra ziers in the interior. . The total absence of moisture has dried up the water holes, and the Cattle stray from their herds, which are visited by death almost daily. One gentleman residing in the district of Castlereagh, from the want of herbage sent a herd over the'mountains to *Hunter's River--betre they reached their destination orie-third of their number was missing,. many fell sick on the road and could not travel, while others precipitately left.the flock and could ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

SIun original checkiin tle hand.writing of Mr.? George Milner Slade, Secretary to the Australian Agricultural Coin pany, is drawn by James Bowman, Esq. one of the Australian Bank Committee, in favour of Mr. R. Howe, for 121. 12s. and was presented by and paid to. Emerson, Mr, Howe's clerk, on the 5th of February. On the 22nd of February a. discovery,. s was made, that another check, the exact counterpart of the former, for 1121. 12s. had been paid. Captain t3uun, whose name appeared in the paragraph, acted only as a member of the committee in exerting himself to trace the fraud. This explanation, indifferent as it may appear, is, it seems, of some importance-at least, in the eyes of Mr. Justice Berry, for the Gazette represents his worship as being silly enough, at the Bench the other day, to say, that we deserved punishment rather than poor Foley, for having stated that Cvgtain Bunn had drawn the check, when, in fact, he only exerted himself to find out the forgery. .It strikes us ...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

S' 7Tu MONITO'R. SFRIDAY, MA4CH 16, 1827. FACTS.---SAMutsEL ROBERTS, "a prisoner for life, arri ..ved in the eolony in October last, per Marquis ofHuntly, Sahd was assigned to Mr. M'Intyre, .of Hunter's River. -By The Hope, :his wife also arrived, not merely free, but :at her own :expense, having followed her .husband by the Searliest conveyance. On .arrival, she memorialized the , Government, putting forth the .facts of her having paid -her passage, and followed her husband to a country where - she was.without .a protector, and without means of sup port ;,and praying that her husband might be assigned -Ito her. , On T'uesday se'nnight she received the follow Sing answer : ,, CoLONIAL' SEORETARY'S OFFICE, MAIRCH 5, 1S7. YOUR petition, dated the 27th ult. praying that your Samuel Roberts, Husband, named in the omargin, may be peruMarquis of removed from his present employ, anti be. ,.uILCY. assigned to you, having been laid Before 1. he..Governor, I am directed by :His Excellency to,...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 March 1827

SSYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat took a material rise on Thursday, the samples .na Market were fine, and sold brisk, but the supply was not ex. tensive.. Maize on the contrary rather declined. Some Bar: . ley went off at high prices. Hay and- Straw have increased . in demand and sold at an unusual advance on late terms.' Butter and Potatoes are dear. About 30 head of Milch Cows" 'fetched from 31. 5s. to 61. 10s. according to their quality The drought has nearly impoverished the Cattl' and has cat `' sed consideralde speculation among Stock-holders, P.riie?. Beasts for 'Stock are scarce and valuable. There were no Pigsp, sold in Market. Among the Dealers the Market was dull. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 64 at 6s..-169,at 5s. 9d.-45 at 58. 3d.-Sold. out of Market about 200, at an average of 5s. 6d.-Purchased for Waterloo and Steam Engine, 370 at 5s. 3d.-Total 844 Bushels. Wheat from 5s. to 6s. Average on Total sold 5s. 5d. per Bushel.--Maize 3s 9d. to 5s.--Barley Gs. 3d.--Butter 2~. 6d, to 3s. 9d. pe...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 March 1827

To THB EDITOR Ok THE MONITOL SIR, ' :M• We are " literally inundated with daily, trlduar, and wdekly Newspapers," says the "Embryo.Editor" of the .contemplated Gleaner;-from which, were we not better acquainted, one would imagine that some dozen or. two of daily, with a proportionate quantum of weekly and other Journals, had existence in this His Majesty's Settlement., The fact is, that, in simple language, we have a daily,, a triduan, or to speak Mothier's .English, a twice a week, and a weekly Journal; a GAZETTE, whlich, being. a mere engine for° the promulgation of General Orders and Proclamations, (\ith reverence be they named) goes for nought; and two inde pendent and popular Journals-THE AUSTRALIAN and THE 'MONITOR.' NOW the existence of two Journals, (exclusive of the Gazette) can hardly be called, an inundation --But the words were sonorous .. . "THE public taste is not sufficientlyconsulted," further says the Embryo-Editor: and then, by a very imaginative .simile, we are in...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Vale of Tempe. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 March 1827

. To THE 'EDZiTO O MONITOR. .. - ...:Vale of Temp'. O: cOen more permit m'e to address you;,1ineedýcour. tesrrdemaands it;if it were only to express my thanks for your polite and edifying letter, the intention of which is doubtless sincerely ggod. My brother and I have'remioved from Syd ney to the placei above dated, where...we are settled down, as the ph'ase goes, 'and` you can s~tcely :onceive how ' mtch my heait -is ligiten igy ,?the. ehange.* The adage of . My venerable 'e.piede pt6r; 'iiiL'1 t t velut umbra, is not mpore :trite than true :, we, ou seIlves. are shadows, subject to more- infntite ..var?tion ,.ian . all, the magical phan tasma nature ephitbits; (or that immaterial light which rises over th9 cyea~ion of the: nmind has more evenings and morn ings thatn the L'day, shiningi?hnot only on the present but the future and.fl' past. We htae fixed our abode above fifty miles beyy" the frontieir of:emigration, at the nPrthern ex tremity of the second range of blue Mountains. ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 March 1827

To THE EDITOR OF. THE MONITOR, SIn, WHEN Convicts for the first offence' are sent fromi, Britain, the Vessels which convey them, are generally fitted up in a sufficient manner, and always accompanied with a proper guard. WHEN Convicts are sent from Sydney to any of the Penal Settlements, there are frequently, among their numner, the nmost.daring of characters, consequently, the Vessel intended' to convey them safely, would require to be fitted up in a more, .secure--ndeed in a much more secure and efficient manner= than those from Britain. and also would require to be better guarded. IN consequence of the expense of this affair,.it is not impro-, bable that the folks of Downing, Street :ray enqpire into the cause and particulars before they vote for a sum to be paid,. both to the owners,.officers, and crew of the Ship Sisters, and to Mr. Underwood, for the use and damage of his Brig Wcel lington. Should an investigation be ordered, I doubt much' whether a satiafaetory explanation co...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 23 March 1827

9'?" SHIPPING INTELLIGENCEL. ARRIVALS.-The colonial Brig Elizabeth, J,.R. Kent; Master, from New Zealand March 9th; lading 38 tons of" pork, 38 pine logs. Also, the schooner Samuel, A. Drysdale, Master, from New Zealand; lading 4500 fur seal skins; brought up a sealing gang; Capt. Swindell's, and part of the crew of the brig Glory, which was wrecked on Pitt's Island-. no lives lost.' On Wednesday,. the brig Lord Rodney, J. White, Master, from Macqqarie Island March 1st; lading 100 tons of sea elephant oil. DEPARTURES.--On Saturday, the Sisters, Whaler, for New Zealand onr her voyage. On Sunday, the colonial brig Industry, and cutter Governor Arthur, for Port Dalrynple. Monday, the government brig Mary Elizabeth, for Moreton Bay. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-The Albion. for Batavia . and Sincapore, is announced to sail on:, Sunday. ` Alsob, th Magnet, for London direct.. Thq Midas. for Batavia,:and Bona Vista, for the Isle of France. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.-Rosanna, Australia,1Cumber." land, Hop...

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