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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

Arrivals.--On. Friday, the Hunter, from Greeo" 31st July, Hobart Town 6th instant; generna car. Same day, the Governor Ieady, frbm Cork 21st Seqp. brings 200 male convicts, Dr. T. t. Wilsoh, R.L . Surgeon Superintendalit, and 16 passengers. "On & turday, the Sophia, from Dublip the.l15th Septemab;'. 190 male convicts; A. Osborn, R. 1N. SurgeonSr perintendant. Same day, the Vittoria, from n 1st of Septembe.r, 160 mnale convicts; J. Dicke " R. N. Surgecn Superi: ter:dant. Also same day. j1'I 'Dia&frn, fr6m Hamburgh.'13tb Auguit p cargo +Sat sheep and sundries, * .: . 8 " ,..' i Departures.---On Tuesday ilakt, the Led Ici, Cape of Good Hope. On T?hui;sdiy, H, 1M. & sA i: C lite, on a cruise. Same day, the New.. Zealander 1I New Zealand. On Friday, the .Marvy Eliza6 h,6?b, Port Macquarie and Moreton Bay. On Satutdayi t' Lord Liverpool, for Newcastle. Projected Departures..---'Corou't, for Port palyt?': pie, arid Industry, for Osehit;, 20th instant.: a 1": for Hob...

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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 — 19 January 1829

DIAR1.Y. MEMORANDUM FOR THE 'KNSUING WEE, -VARIAIIONS CF THERMOMETER, . &C. &, C.- TAKEN AT 7 IN TH7 MORNI?N,.12 AT NOON, AND IN THE. EVENING RESPECTIVELY. High Water 10 m. p. 8 Mqrn.-36 ;n. p. 8 I Afternoon. E ~ Full Moon, 22 m. p. 10 morn. Fabian. Sun rases 2 m. . 5.-Sets 58 m. p.0. High Water, 56 m. p. 8 Morn.-10 m. p. 9 E. I; Night. S A gnes. HighWaer,30 min. p. Y Morn.-50 ?0.p..9 S.Vincent. I I ligh Water, 5 m. p. 10 Morn.-25 m. p. 10 S 'High Water, 45 min. p. 10 Morn.--l at Night. Conv. of St. Paul. 3rd. Sunday after Ephibaay.' .u N High Water 16 m. p. 11 morn.-35 m. p. 11 Night. SI F High Water, 59 pi. p. 11 Morn.- FRIDAY.............. 78274N. E. Fair SATURDAY......... 7380 70 1O . Do, SUNDAY ........ 75 8675S.E. Do. MoDAY ........ 7083 70 N. E. Do. TusbY.r ........ 69 80 73 Do. Do. WEDNESDAY..... . 7286 71 Do: Do. THURSAi ......17690 78 Do. Do.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

NEW SOUTH WALES. Return to an Address of The IHonorabl Hotue of - moas, dated the 8th of July, 1828;-for A Copy of the Record " of Conviction .of 'udds, and Patrick Thompson, V'rivatea of the 5 Regiment, who were convicted 'at the Quarter . sions at Sydney, New South Wales, on :the"? November, 1826, of stealing some calico, and severaýiy sentenced to seven years traisportation. Copy of the General Order issued by the Governor o New South Wales, Lieutenant-General Darling, on the 22d bf November, 1826, commuting the sentence'I of the Court, and d'irecting that Joseph Suddas ' and PatrickThompson should be worked in chainst on the public coads, for the period of their sentence ,' Copy of any Correspondence that may have takenri place between Lieutenant-General Darling and the . Authorities in the Colony, respecting the conviction', and punishment of these Men, and the death of one~i of them (Joseph Sudds), which" took place on 29th November, 1826. (Colonial Department, July 11, 1826.)...

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NEWS BY THE GOVERNOR READY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

T NE WS - 1. \ BY TNE 1 GO no na. O VADYrry. . ' ly this. nnd the other.vessels arrived lest week, we "h;ave received Chironicles to the 13th Sep. iiclusive.. ,'There is nothiing: in them wortli noticing. Thb King is in good ,health,:, and tbo comntry quiet ,save that I'rland Is. supposed to.be. Hliable, to disquiet,.on account of Mr. O'Cbnnell's business. for' i, egi ments are now tihere., Sir H.: I'a+ylor is to succed Sir H. ,Torrens. .Thit troops to be settioned in these Colonies for the futuriie, are' toconsist of three Regi ments of the line; two of.ten.-Companies each, and one of pix. No V tchans. not StSaff Corps :any. longer. TheEmperor iof Rteisit' setn' to be collecting forces rather than fhtiig hard., . ,r""h ' s: . .'" :.; ..,,', i: .. . , . ,.?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

MARRIED.-The 29th ultimo, by Special License, at St. James's Church, John Henderson Esq.   Surgeon, to Miss Rose, daughter of that old re- spectable Colonist, Mr. Thomas Rose, of Rose   Hill, Appin.   ALSO.--At St. James's Church, by Special Lic- ense, Mr. Iredale, an old respectable Colonist,   to Miss Bedford, late of London.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

L ersons are CaUtionLd agaiust em ploying, or in. any way harbouring, tor ge %Yulford, who was hired by ine tou r=form a certain job of work," ar.d after re ?-.Ying provisions and sundry other articles ao a considerable amount, ran'from the farm iclandestinely, leaving his work in an un Jnished state. George Wulford is a native f' Birmingham ; is a middle aged man, about ;,e feet Live or six inches high, dark swarthy ,nmjjtexion,, h'olds a certificate of 'freedorii, a'nd has been along time in the Colony. Any Person or Pers ns harbouring or employing. -te sad George Wulford, atter this Public ,I4otice, will be prosecuted agreeably to the ,Ac4 of Council in such case made and' ,provided. Lower Branch Hawkesbury Dec. 8th. 188. D DAVID CROSS. ANNIVERSARY 'OF TIlE FOUtNDA'rlTN OF "THE COLONY. A?NIUMBEROf Gentlemen wishing to celebrate S1 this ANNIVERSARY in a' festive way at UaiMMiNGS's, take this opportunity of stating, that intention, and that Tickets, at Ten Dollars; `'each, may be h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

,'f having beehi reported by; soie nemaiot~ aL ind designjng person,.thaw,I am about to fail in my prese-nt business; this is to give Notice, that all and every of.my creditors who ;tre inclined to 'give: cred(ence to so qn-, ..'ii'ed a report, upon ,their, ..bills being .preenited, will be immnnediately paid, and I. request all persons indebted to me, to forwvard their payiments-immediately, other wise I shall had theri over to my Attorney. And I lake this opportunity of'in"frming itmy Friends and the Public, that :o far from fail ing, I suspect m. self to be in a very snug .road to independency; . and so.. long as, they Sfavour me, with °their commands, they will fi'bd them p?n'ciulnlly and ;'-h,;nrably Iatehded. to.' I furthermore :offer a reward of TEN OIDND .to.:ay Person or Persons who may. gave ?t ornuation of the v'ilains who pread e this repirt, so, hat he or th~ may be'prosecuced 'Ecording to Law . ' 'H?OMAt SPICER. Januar, 829.h; . TUHAT -wellUknown. Twio- story Heuse, No...

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No. 1. Copy of a Despatch addressed to Earl Bathurst to Lieutenant-General Darling, dated 4th December 1826:—With four Inclosures. NEW SOUTH WALES. (Separate.) Government house, Dec. 4th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

No. 1. Copy of a Despatch addressed to Earl, Bathurali: Lieutenant-Geneual Darling, dated 4th .Deceiw .1826 :-With four IAclosures. NEW SOUTH WALES. (Separate.) Government house, De. 4th, 1 -1. Mfy Lord,-An event which has recently occ here, having been misrepresented in the " Austral of the 29th of last month, and may consequently bar` an ill effect at home; I feel it- my duty to put yeta" Lordship in possession of the facts, which 1 shall do' in as few words as pogsible. Several men of the 57ii Regimesnt (.seven in nuibe r), having commited robberii ard maimed themselves, with the avowed intentionadF obtaining their discharge from the service, I judc. it necessary to take such steps as might have the eftect?i of'deterring others from any similar attempt.. c4c cordmngly, on the conviction oi S;udds and T2'omp?e', the last of those men who were triied, I was induced, as the means of producing the greater effect on that soldiers in general, to direct, that instead of being;? transpor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

e . 11.EUNIU S. 1IS ,faradus Horse will stand for the' `seaeon on thie premiies of the Proprietor ". 'Andrew. Nash, Parramatta,-'-T-erms, 'ir..e. Guideas. Sg.- ; groom?ge included, payable.ou ,the i1st day of next year. This horse: is: limited 'to. fifty Mares,, therefore arldy 'aiiplication' mwcit. be made. "" o com ~enteit i;s -conceived' heed be' made u.on JU·IIU S?-;-(N. B. iHe is sure. But inr case of i'nafsi, othifg 'vwill be charged pext season, a~I?? "? . bject - being 'to ,-perpetuate his ,IN ti, .. B : ' .' i •? i AT, 'Macqujarie Plains Bithurs---At £4. : L10os. Sterling, Groom'sfee 'included. All si enses .to be paid before: the.lth January it.s 4IThe horse will 'be limited to 40 SPRING-GUN " ''black bhord~bi'3 years old, gdt:by b Steel *ap"' out of . "Biack Susan'"'by "' Old flec ,~ir"- Spring-Gun won'the Produce Stakes ,' thee last Sydney. Meeting, beating the Sze'ojt:Beinelong and two others: H" -?;allo0wed to be the hansomest horse - th Colony. He will be sent to Bath...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 19, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

THE MONITOtR MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 19, 1829. ON Saturday week, the Olicial Journal, The Sydney Gazette, occupied four of its columns, by .publishing what the editor designates "' A copy of. the Parliamentary papers" relative to the famous case of J0p epA Suddf. and "Patrick Thompson, private soldiers in H. M. 67tI regiment of foot. We intend pow to revieow these papeis. - We ashial quote tho~ whole or thear, ;ut not come tively ; 'it being oar intention to make comm on sueh of them as appear to us to call for ? iaul and detailed remark and expla nation. will first' give the preliminary remark of theIGa( zette, and.l then proceed with the "papers," idth: order they are presented, to the Colonists b) ihe editor in qjuestion. SUDDS AND THOMPSON. ~' Tnis celebrated case,' whicr-has excited so my cla'mour agailnst the local Govcrnnmelt, as though it hs4V bven fraught with the blackest of erimes, has at length' been brought beft.re the House of Commonr, in "he clearest and most circum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

i4OTICE TO THE PUBLIC. - To the readers of. the ~Ionior.-Gentlement of rank, and civil itd Military officers, whether subscribers to tbis joournal Or not, . are informed, that it will be es, teemed a favour if they will transmit to the office of the Monitor a memorandum of 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 tions, will .be implicltly.observed by our printer, as it is wished to make this journal a register of incidents • T of this kind, as well for the gratification of our Co ,onial, as of our foreign readers. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, Janurry 14, 182)9. "IIS Excellency the Governor has been , .. pleased to direct, thit it be notified for the Information of all concerned, that' the Secretary of State has signified, in his degs-' patch, dated 4th August, 1828. No. 20, that the Duty on the Importatation into Great Britain of Ka'nga...

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LIBERTY OF THE PRESS RESTORED. COLONEL ARTHUR AND MR. BENT; OR, THE TRIUMPH OF THE PATRIOT AND FRANKLIN, OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

LIBERTY OF THE PRESS HESTORED. COIANEL ARTHUR AND MR. BENT; OR, * THE TRIUMPH OF THE PATRIOT AND PRANKLIN, . OF ", TASMANIA. W havre hidbii'ite pleasure in informing our readers. that Colonel Arthur's destruction of the. Freedom of the Press in Van Diemen's Land has met. w(th that opposition from Hlome, which such an attemp A dthe natural rights of mankind called for. Colonel ur, is a professor 6f religion. `Yet it seems he td ill bear with tie frailties and impertinences of the Press of Hobart.Town, as conducted by the elder 'Printer there.; He was moreover not satisfied with ta.ring newspapers, but he authorised licenses. IlHewas not contented with taxes and licenses, buthe made the license a privilege of personal favour on the part of.himself and the Executive, not as a right of the subject. He erJsrcised tbo said privilege with despotic . sway,,,having refu?ed Mr. Bdnt to fllow his trade is. _n Editor; althpugh' the. Lieutenanit' Governor ,must: have bccn aware of the t?in of 'h...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

DEATH.—Died at Cox's River on the 11th Instant, JANE the wife of LIEUTENANT KIRKLEY, H. M. 39th. Regiment, after severe suffering for three days.          

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

' Royal cte,asn of Nezoisouth Walas.--This newly formed Corps, raised at a vast expense, and sent out to New Southi Wales at a still greater, has" been a short-lived and an. unhappy Corps.. The men were all old Serjeants, Corporals ,aad Pensioners, doing well in England; they were however tempted by'the Chelsea proclamation to try to make their for tunes in New South Wales, every man expecting to lead a quiet life, with a full belly and little work, with a pig in his i'tye, andsa cow in the yard:' In this however, they found themselves most lamentably disappointed; for they had not been long here, before one of them (an aged Serjeant,) in lieu of the said pig or cow, was sentenced to 300 lashes, part of which he received, for refusing to do garrison duty as a pri vate, saying, he came out to be employed as a Superin dent or Overseer according to H. M. Proclamation at Chelsea, having been discharged from the army on account of his age and services ; all of which we pointed out two ye...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

We proceed to canvass the remainder of the Parliamentary papers laid before the public, by the editor of the Official Journal ENCLOSURE, No. 1. GENERAL ORDER. Head Quarters, Sydney, 22nd Nov, 1826 1..The Lieutenant-General regrets it has become   his duty to expose to the indignation of the troops, two soldiers, who have committed an offence under circumstances which leave little doubt, that their object was to obtain their discharge from the service. 2. Privates Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompson, of the 57th regiment, have been convicted of a robbery   in the town of Sydney, committed in open day, and without even an attempt conceal the fact , and have been sentenced to be transported to a penal settlement for a period of seven years.   3. The Lieutenant-General, in virtue of the power with which he is vested as Governor-in Chief, has   thought fit to commute the sentence, and to direct, that privates Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thom...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 19 January 1829

TxH next parliamentary document publihhed by the Official'Journal, is the following. ENCLOSURE No. 2.. To TIgE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN,. Colonial Secretary'. O3ice. ,Dqe. 1, 1826. . 1. SIR,-As you appehr to have ben ,iihsled by the statewloet which was seat to your paper respecting Sudds, the soldier of the 57th, who died on Satuirda ,q-. 1 a:n induced to put you in possession of the far1,;T the re, :a'.. order to. correct any 'vronen 'o? im- imre sion ýlich may have been made .t;:. state'i÷ t. -. 2. :t apiper'bythe Surgeon's report .th.i?ad. after reieiwviug :setence of. transportation, -" ,ppij , o .thile 1lt i oft . ovewber for medical anaistance, and was in cotnsequence received into the grauel hospia- ' where he revinAi'ned 'under treatinert uintil the 16th, when he was discharged, apparently well." 3.. Instead. of. being. transported, it was directed that. he. sltould work on the roads in chains, it being c nceivedl, that the example would be useful in pre.. ventin:g other so...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

Arrivals.--On Friday, the Hunter, from Greenock 31st July, Hobart Town 6th instant; general cargo. Same day, the Governor Ready, from Cork 21st Sept. ; brings 200 male convicts, Dr. T. B. Wilson,; R. N. Surgeon Superintendant, and 16 passengers.; On Sa turday, the Sophia, from Dublin the 151,h September, 190 male convicts; A. Osborn, R. N. Surge qn Su- n perintendant. Same day, the Vittoria, from London 1st of Sep'emb :r, 160 male convicts; J. Dickson, R. N. Surget n. Superi. tendant. Also same day the Diadem, from Hamburgh 13th August; cargo, Saxon sheep andsuadries. Departures. --On Tuesday list,' the -Leda, for the Cape of Good Hope. On Thursday, H. M. S. Sktel lite, on a cruise. Same day, the New Zealander, for New Zealand. On Friday, the Mtary 5lizabeth,' for Port Macquarie and Moreton Bay. On Saturday3 the Loi-d Liverpool, for Newcastle. 'Prjected Departures.---Coronet, for Port Dalrym- pie, and Industry, for Otidite, 20th instant. Alice for Hobart Town, and Borneo, for Batavi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

Vw. proceed 'to canvass the remainder of the Parliamentary papers laid before the public, by the editor of the Ot1lcial Journal. ENCLOSURE, No. 1. GENERAL ORDER. flead Qeartera, Sydney, 22nd Nov, 1826 " 1. The Lieutenant-General regrets it ans become his duty to expose to the indignation of the troops., two soldiers, who' have committed an offence under circumstances which leave little doubt, thnt'tbeir object wvas to obtain their discharge from the service. S. Privates Joseph Sudds and Patrickl Thompson, of the 57th regiment, have been convicted of a robbery in the town of Sydney, committed in open day, and without even an attempt to conceal the fact, and have been sentenced to be transported to a penal settlement for a period of seven years. 3. The Lieutenant-General, in virtue of the power with which he is vested as Governor-in Chief, has thought fit to commute the sentence, and to dirert. that privates Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompnash shall be worked in chains, on the public r...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1829. ON Saturday week, the Official Journal, The Sydneyi Gazette, occupied four of its columns, by publishing what the editor designates " A copy of the Parliamenttary papers" relativC to the famous case of .Jo eph Sudds and Patrick Thomnpson, private soldicrs in H. M. 57th regiment of foot. We iteund now to review these papers We st?a!l qaloe tilev wioe t:, th.In, but n cotsecll ih lively; it beifng our intention to mnakb, ommd eat> on sucli of themt as appear to us to call for ape, ciul and detailed remark and explanation. We; will first give the prelihrinary remark of the (a. zette, and then poceed with the " papers,", iutie order they are presented to the Colonists by the editor in questiun. SUDDS AND THOMFSON. " THIs celebrated case, which iha excited so muck clamour against the local Governmucr t, as ihoulgh it bad been fraught with the blac.t-est of crimes, has at length been briought before the House of Comnuaons, in ,ho clearest an1d most circuuLsta...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

NEW SOUTH WALES. Return to an Address of The IJonrrab.le House of Corn ' mons, dated the 84s of Jsly, 1628;--for A Copy of the Record of Conviction of Josep . Suddv, and Patrick Tomp,,n.on, Privates of the 57th Regiumel;t, who wrle convicted at the Quarter Sea sinrns, at Sydlne, New South Wales, on the 7th November, 1826, of stealing sonmecaii.o,and severally seuuned to seven years transportation. Copy of the General Order issued by the Governor of, Now South Wales, Lieute.rult-. General Darlihg, on: the 22d of November, J82;, comuutiing.the sentenc? of the Court, arid ,directing that Joseph Sudds and Patrick Thompson should be worked in chains on the public roads, for the period of their sentence. Copy of any Correspondence that may have taken place between Lieutenant-General Darling and the Authorities in the Colony, respecting the conviction and punishment of these Men, and the deaith of one of them (Joseph Sudds), which took place on the 29th November, 1824i. (Colonial Departmen...

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