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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. THE COAST BLOCKADE AND TIlE SMUGGLERS. On Friday morning, about two o'clock, the inhabitants of Bcxhill wcre alarmed by the report of fire-arms, which proceeded from the pistols of the blockade-men stationed in the neighbourhood, who were in pursuit of smugglers through the street. It appears that the blr'ckade suspected some contraband goods were about to be run, having missed a boat which had previously been observed on the beach; a sharp look-out was consequently ordered. About two o'clock iti the morn ing, the boat, laden with one hundred and fifty tubs of brandy, came on shore, to the spot where the tower No. 4,5 originllty stood;, there were all this time only fimmr blockade men on the station ; whilst the G'omrpany (men who arc hired at 5s. per tub to convey'thern from the boats to the carts)., consisted of nearly 70; and these were dciended by about 20 batsmen, who are hired at I'. per night, for the purpose of keeping off the warriors, the name given t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

SALE BY AUCTION. B Y PYBLIC AUCTION, without "tbhe least. Reserve, on Monday, the 7ih of September, and following days; the Whole ' of the present extensive STOCK IN TRADE'r: of the Emu House, George Street, ':as the - Proprietor is about remov'ing to his nw-Re-, ' sidence. CONSITI~s OF A large and choice asortmnent of millinery, hosiery, haberdashery, linen drills and jeans, . black and drab hats, staw bonnets,' la es' and childrens' shoes, a large quantity of Day and Martin's blacking. ell and yard wvide. prints, muslins, supertine..cloths, beverteehL, aud velveteens, a geat variety of slops, a few kegs of negro-head tobacco ; an extensi:ve assortment of glass, breafast and tea sets, dinner, desert and sandwich setts of china,.'' A large quantity ot old stores and ship beds. Five-pip'es, and ten quartcr-pipes of winev?, .~ slightly damaged; with other articles too nu- !: nmurous to mention, suitable for dealers. CoxlrDITINs OF SALE;-Purchases udrder £20 Cash--trom £20 to £40 two m...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

TO TI EDITOR COF THL MDONITOR. SInB TiiA Shoal HIIveu Police Magistrate, resides forty miles south of this tiettlement instead of 4 miles, mentioned.by hlie Illawarra Settler in .the Monitor of the 11th Inst. TIIANiS to the Government and this Gentleman, they have ordered our only QCnstabl to reside in fu ture at Shoal Haven; so ,that whenever we require. his assistance, we will ?ave qnly forty miles to send for him ; murely thisis wisdom,. I HAVe seed Mr,di'Arthur's establishment at Camn' dien. I have F.so, scen Mr. Bcrry's estate; at Shoal Ihaven, there is n. comparison between the two p1acesa MR. M':itTHUR'S establishment is far more. ex:. tensive f ian the latter Gentleman's,. notwithstanding whichl, Mr. M'Arthur. requires not the assistance of thirt'een soldiers. and four .Constables to maintain, sv 'ordinatiOn; 'and yet he .is a Councinman as ivell;,W as Mr. Berrry. NoTnGI would give the Inhabitants of this district more real pleasure, than again :to see their late much respec...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

SYDNYI ~MARKETS. Average price on auanidl sold -" Wheat I5s.--Mrit;e .1 s. "O..-Barrley Os.?Oats 0s. Od.--Fine Flour, 37s. sterlinir pet lbs.-Second' do. 27s.Od--Bread 9d. per; . loaf.-Potaloes 17s. cwt per -Fresh IBtWi?4 O(1 per lb--Salt (o , 2s. &d.-Co,?mOinmon. Is. 3d.-Rankin's do. Is. 9d.-Eg gs,?:?? Iper (doz.-Fo)Wlis 4s. 6:1 per couple.- aumk lGeese, 8D'. per couple.-Turkies i s, per do Onions d. per lbM,,-Iutton 6(.-'l'rk.'i ' --Salt Pork by the, Joint !)I -Beefl lb by the quarter, 3d ; per Joint, 5dV Sd -Orang' s, 1Is. per doz.-Hay :DU: ton-- Straw 40s. per load. No. 81 George Street S'ydney , &N'cw Soeut . I EDITED. I'ItINTII1D, AND) 'UjIt1tS.P1 '".i{ ftw 1R1 IS 'nIOPRINrT4t, ,·',! E'WARD SMITH UIAX I

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

Sir Francis )1)rwin, of I. idhope, near Mantlock,. gave a supper on Christmas r.ve, with true English hospitality, to a number of old respectable neigh ' ours. T'hre was a famou's baroi of beef, and a prodigious lnge .pie:--pnrt; oA it% contents were, one 'rr!,.. r%,' . t. " . . 'r -. , ';.. o?:. , .. ;:'. h , w o o c. tip 3; f ir 1` F-beg tuno 4iS',, our, Subscribers both in town aos . pta~prs j by u to ' Post-?n?.ster in Syds?ey. a ai" rds ourfrienda we selk i ou ral "and tofo 4r `: new-arre?3" ds· ouo'frier jfa n.rioak,d7iade' de . . . to "ekena`in kleaw '?? ? ht akie Si " t 'i "jin sintotheir oin han.ds Ssth bsc f r io?t recet":J 'their ipdtperas regis .d 'ai :e is?d t? Orepicipt us by letter (iost pid and, as far as'w panw, tewill. Srenedy pt/e eoilBet we oilit sittbe'anstwerabletjr ihe deltiery of our Joerial in ,a mnore e / ed:ctuale man»' Wser tAern 'thus Fiet frth. '.'This is 'the condlt ion on. ,which we sell our Journal, and of which wfe hereby reiprest all ouI Suiscriber...

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Sydney, 26th of August, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

Sydney, 26th of August, 1828. TO TIE EDITOR OF TIIE MONITOR .SIR, I was pleased to see in the Gazette, the testi mony that was borne to the claims of Mr. Potts, as the fittest person,/ by reason' of his long and tried services, to succeed Mr. Black, in case-this gentleman obtain the office of Cashier. Who that was a propri eter of the old Baink when it was kept in Macquarie Place does not remember the numerous presents which the faithful services of Mr. P. procured for him from tile proprietors at their annual meetings there? Through thu irregular way of life of the thenl Cashier, thb Bank, night after night, used to be in the charge of Mr. Potts. And I remember his making a state ment at the Police Office before the late IMir. Went worth about that time, which created a great sensation, and which was to the following effect ; .-One night when Mr. Williams was out, and his wife ill in bed, Mr. Potts retired to rest as usual about 9 o'clock, in the long room. lie had began to dose of...

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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 — 1 September 1828

SMrMORANDUM FOUR 'r E ENSUING WEEIC. .VARIATIONS CF T°IEliMOMETER, &C. &C.. TAKEN , AT 7' IN Trnn MORNING, 12' AT NOON, AND 5 IN TIlE EVRNING 'RESPP.CTIVELY. J 13thl. Sundayv after Trinity J J High Water 56 ni. pi .11 Morn. I . .Su i·iecs 2Z.im. p. 6 Morn.--Sets 39 m. p. 5. High Water, 20 in. p. 12 Morn.-=46 In. p. 2 .. ALfternoon. _I_ Last Quarter of the Moon, 43 mI, p 2 Aft. SHigh Water 15 m; p. 1 Morn.-.55 r. p. 2 " Afternoon. " __ _ "" I i Water, 30 m: p. 2 Morn.-6 in. p. 3 Afternoon. * I High Water, 33 m. p. 3 M.orn.-5 in.. p. 4' Afternoon. . e I. High Waiter, 36 in. p. 4 Morn.-8 in. p. 5 I IAfternoon. vI I ( HIigh 1Vatcr, 40 m. p.. 5 'lIorn.-I4 rin. p. - G Evening. TrnUi DAY ...... 59'67;65 S. Fine. FRA.......... 6'"170.65 Do. Cloudy. Si`iTUlRD...... :..l? ?62 .5 60 Variable. Do. Sur?,i'tv ......... 6072 65 N.. . y. ine. . MONDAY .......... 55 6765 Variable. Showery. TugNso 7....... 65 59 67 Do. 1iue . WVEINI PAY.,.... 6( 7i0 .<, 1ecst. iv'Tild &...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

MARRIED.-At St. James's Church on the 23rd Instant, by License, Mr. Hayes, Editor and joint Proprietor of the Australian Journal, to Miss Kelly. ALSO---By Special License, at the Scots Presbyter-   ian Thursday morning, by the Rev. Dr. Lang,   Miss Mary Evans, sister to Mrs. A. Hill of the Rose and Crown Tavern, to George Tate Esq. an Emigrant Settler of Illawarra.      

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

Arrivals.---divilian, Captain Blair, from L, and Rio Janciro, with a gcaeral-cargo of merci and 400 rolls of tobacco; passengers, Messrs. r G. Mossman, and Mr. Scott. Departlur-s.---This clay, the Borrdino, for Mbra, Bay, (with prisoners) and Isle of France; pas?edn r, Dr. Ncsbit. The Lut:rt Ann, for Port Macquar; ~a Norfolk Island. t: Projccled Departures.---Boddingtons for ·nIglEad, and Queen Charlotte for Batav';a and Calcutta ~ MoIr day next.; Nimrod for Calcutta on Saturday . msc; Au4stralia for Mauritius, and .Denmark filll Jur. he. Cape on Sunday week; the Iraterloo for'Port Dalrym-i pie on'Tuesday next. k ,. m m, , . m ,m m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

:: ND ,SHdT, Y IZL BE PTBLISHED, ..., ,.~, JO1iNi RUSHMORE. ERSONS desirous of -becomingSubscribers, S° il. pleapen !:er their -names to MRn.;AirTIIun o.;.e aRnd Crowu Inn, Castlereagh-street, S.. . , PRICE 108. " - Ar.c: .?t ~;- CHILDE HIGGINS. ;2 :'J-LAXLAND Jun. begs to.inform ??his' cs tomers, that he hasp been ad ':ed?`ib his Father to close the retail busi ze : a-ds.liiud collect the debts owing to him ii.; 7I. possible despatch. ." He therefore "ioeou that This friends (when their accounts e c rendereed) will lose no time in enabling iii, ~fiftlilthe wishes of Mr. Blaxland Sen. :.. erti' et, Syjdnev,.Ang, 4, 8128:2 Sr" SY.DNEY MONITOR. ;. 'B R013iiERS to this Journal residing gat Bath iist,' Argyle, and Hunter's River, ?.i?ty. iinformed, that this Journal can 'nidt ' a tirarsmittced to them after Christmas neit: kiilr: : previously to that period, they pri. ure t?ie ' engagement of some' House. bholdler in*.Sydney, to pay for the same 'at the end. of eery quarter. Cl ??iLER A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

'iTHE ESTATE OF . WALTER JACOB LEiVI,. Esq. .. . DECEASED. , HEREAS,- Probate of ,the 'last will and Testament of 'Mr. Walter Jacob late of Sydney, in the Colony of New ,t ith Wales, Merchant deceased, hath been ted ? ?I d y'the Supreme Court of Sydney, :New'South WaleP, to me the undersigned _-Rebecea Levi, Widow and Executrix o the' said deceased,- ' )' Notice ..is hereby given to all per esons havin g any claim or demand on the -estate of the said deceased, to send particu lars thereof, in writing, to me the under 'sigW'd, and.if found correct, the some will be tforthwith discharged ;-and all persons in .debted to the said -estate, or having any ' Goods or effects belongiug thereto, are re 'quested forthwith to pay and deliver the ,same to'me, the undersigned. REBECCA LEVI, 'Widow and Executrix of the above Walter Jacob Levi, deceased. Witness- Pitt Street D. POOLE, 7 , taProctor and Solicitor, tCastiercagh Street, Sydney. August 19th.13828. SI: TOLEN or STRAYED, from a yard in ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

T' COVER T1HS SEASON, 47' GLEiNDOV , .iILf ZR' S RIYVER. r ocha Iare, 1 0/1 0 ' S,. (;room'.s Fee included. T'IE BAY 110RSE S15 hands 2 inches high, foaled ia 1822; AS got by 3ourllon i, daun 1.''ramp's darn) by GV.VGohanna, her.dam Fraxincila by ''renltham, Woodpecker, Everlastiing by Eciipse, &e. &.- ,ide 4S4tud Bo1k, Y;l1. 3. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, damn by Pre. i pitate, her datn by Highflyer, out of Tiffifny, by Selplse, '&c &c.-yidi ,S'tud Book, page 289, Vol. 2. Gohanna was, got by IMercury,dam. . ,by Herod, er dam MaidenI by MRatchienr , &c. &e.--Yide 6tud Book, page 15 1, A'ol. 2. PERFORM 4NCES in 1827. 'cwniarket 1st Spring 2leeting', Monday, April 30th, * 1827. I Handicap sweelistakes of 10 sovereigns each, r Horses of all ages, Ab. m. ord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. lOlbs. - 1 Irt. Wyndham's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 st. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b.; Mr. Ilowve's ;kiff, 9st.; Mr. Payne's br. c...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

" DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A ConkESPONDENT has observed' to us, that the Supreme Court has been occupied with some very small cases. As this Court is -expensive in* its wit nesses and Jury, 'and the'time of the Judges valuable, he suggests the policy of sending such matters to the Couft of Sessions which is not so stately and majestic in its movements, as' the Suireme' Court; A three decker cannot sail with a light wind like a sloop 6f war. Letter from Van Dienman's Land, dated.the 25th Julyi " The Government here is even more rigorous in ita treatment of: all who come within .its grasp, than ..yours at Sydney. ý It is going to exact rents from the land to the amount of nearly £25,000! ! annually.. Add this to the £60,000 already paid out of the pock ets of the unfortunate people of this land, the sum will be no less than 85,0001. levied in taxes annually upon about twenty thousand persona--one-third Con victs,. supported by the Colonists ! ! ! The Govern ment, instead of encouraging ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

MONDAY,: SEhi-'EMi3trt i, 18 28 ji, Sir h.'llioas B'risbiane's time, the bush rangers were once so 'troublesome and nunime-: rous, and' 'vere 'o much protected by ihe dis-' tarit sett!ters, that the .Government considered its.ilf bound to repress the evils arisi~g fro'i ?ueh harbouriri of depredators. 'Ti ; science of legislation is very simple 'hein l·ercised among a .slavih IpelI, Ie.l:ut maffon ji?a i people who' value :heir freedem i?'ni'bh .as tlhey do.t hir> property, and: their" lives and limnbs, legiislition requires tlie ut mlost prudence and experienc:e. Tu' British Government being aware of this, and' konwing that the. Chief' J.ustice here.was only one out ot se,'en'of our Legis' lators , that eveti he could not propose alhiw, inuch less debate one proposed by:.the. Head.; of the Governiuent., but. was confined. in his 'dissent to. a: simple nay nay, pruderitly enactqd. in. th:e Act called the 'New. 'Sonhb Wales Act, that. no law. which passed our: Council,' should bec...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

To Tim1 EDITOR OF TIUE MONITOR. SOME friends in India a short time back, desired me to seek a suitable Academy in this Colony, at which they might place their Children. From its con tiguity and its healthy climate, they give it the prefer one of the Mother Countrry. I have in consequence made enquiry on the sabje u jt and I learn, that notwithstanding the great Revenut of the Church and School establishment here, there is not a publ;c Institution that is likely to induce the wealthy Co~onjsts of India to send their sons to New, . South Wales fcr education. I have been referred to ' that proposed by Dr. Laý.g, and the Putblic Gramma rn School, but neither is now in existence. Privat. Seminaries will not answer the purpose of nia frignds ; they want a Public Institution,, such as wi? rot fluctuate, nor be liable to perplex their Children~ .with capricious systoms of different Masters. 't$fo have other reasons, taken perhaps from Goldsmith and such like writers, who having been Schoolm...

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ADDRESS TO THE DISSENTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

ADDRESS TO THE DISSENTERS. (From an Irish Paer.) " '1'hO following is the Address adopted by the Ca tholic.. Association on Maonday, on the motion of Mr. O'Connell: To the Protestant Dissenters of En-gland. FnLLO n'-CI1rtSTIANS.-You are engaged'ir a cmn stitutional ,struggle tt attain your rights. -We have been long employed in similar exertions. 'No man de serve.s _free dom,who oWill not use his 'best endcavours to obtain that greatest of human biessi gs. (We omit th cjirst portion for want of room. The following is the last portion. " Ed.) . There remains one. part of your judicial system of (which the praise, has been sounded more loudly and longer than any other; and mostjustly.-" The trial by Jury." To whom do you owe trial by' Jury ? To your Catholic ancesxors. It was Catholics who created the trial by Jury. 'fThe pro'tection of the oppressed the check of tyrainy--the safeguard of the innoceitt -the shield of the persecuted in bad times-the con solation and-the" pride of:the v...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

CHACH P EIR-: 1. Tim origin of the. Britiahs einiigration.i&. $outlern : Africa, and the progress of :th settlement down to lithe close-of its second. year, have been amply detailed Sby the "Civil Servant ;" and' a particular description o f the territory in which the emigrants were located, and of the severe distresses-to which- many of'"them ' were subjected, owing to' -tho:e'destr@ttion -of. their c rops and gardens by'-a- cnlrniimitous' succession "of blights and hrzrricanes, has been given to tlhe public I n Mr. l'hringle's little tract published in 1824.0 It is not my purpose to retrace the ground already trodden by these Aut0ors,=stii iss t?in'oiblve my s elf in the 'na;o of provincia?e' ollt.ci, by ,terlng minutely into tihe cdinplcatcd ,dispfutes of the setlcrs with the local magistracy and, the Colonial. Govern- - ment. But having yisittl the nets settliiilen'tat t~w cdiffsrent periodls, (fitst'in'. tJ aiay1822j.,antd again in Maye,- 183,) and attended withl' ,m?ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

'.:O ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. We feelit aduty weowetoourselves $n regard to't i n 'e# fe. 0~; 1l' labourstosuggest to Si p-agents, Landholders, Merchants, Settlers, Pound- ceepers, Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the. public Journals of this Colony, the superior, advan Itages of their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over their 'advertising exclu sively, in Journals, 'one of which publishes ,three times a week, and the other twice. For the same price that the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser for publishing his Advertisement three times in one week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end of three weeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out of the ,:three Journals circulated in 'the c7o :'tony, let him, (if. he like) choose' the Gazette or the Australian. ~br one of the two. But where is the: zse of his laying out his money iDh, both tlihee Journals, whose rapidity of publica-. iaon brings .is 'half-gu inea to corm le...

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(Domestic Intelligence Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

(Dowestul Intelligence coiltin.ed, " CnRIMINAL COURT CONaTaINu.W?BK-.sW, D.?8' Charlotte Pely (Ct young married womamni abod?t It years'of age) was indicted for ~tenling .i'n the dýpel" .? ling house of WilliaLm Si6ley at Sydney, one prt,' missory note for the ppymcnt, of 1'0. and Opother pro' mtqsory note for ,the paymu_'.oSL,. and two otbob' promissory notes for; 1U. etaehall due a ~ l unOti~ I the property of the said '?1Vlaw Si " . James Kelly, a Constab)e, depose4, .hat oa _t I?10i laid in the indictment, he was cared .on .br tb . ':g t secu~or, tq go wiltlb'hp tp his hous t a;Lneiutn"th - ;bb;dand to see if he, witness, could get gfinh te irosvcitor had lost. Witness in con ý,asst ce tila stb' the house of one Baker, in the righlboughoocd wbhre prosecutor lived, to look-for .prisonber; fqudd. her knocking at the door of ke's house; asked her what she had done with bay's anbey? observing that Sibley had lost some aotes. Prisoner anide answer, "don't make any noise ?d& I...

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(Continued from page 1294 No. 162.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 September 1828

(Continued from page 1294 No. 162.) Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, by George Thompson, Esq. many years a resident     at the Cape. _

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