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

Rr, Fal Viterans of Nti ?or a'mi pYals.-T lis newly formed Corps, raised aLt i vast exp"se, and sent out toi New South Wal.es ut a still greater, has been a short-lived and an unhltppy Corps. The men were all rld ScnjeaLcts, Corporals wad 1'ersioners, ding well in England; they were however tempted y. ithe;Cbelsea proclamation to-try to make their for tupes in Ne\Lw South Wales, 'every man expecting to lead a, quiet life, with a full 'bhlly"andd little work, with a pig in his stye, and a cow in the yard. In this howere', they.: found themselves' most Jamentably disappointed; for they had not been long here, before one ofthemr (an aged Serjeant,) in lieu of the said pig or cows was sentenced to 300 lashes, part of which he received, for refusing to do garrison duty as a pri vate, saying, he'caite out to be employed as a Superin dent or? Overseer according to. H. M. Proclamation at Chelse" having been discharg?l fraon the army cn accoun `of his age and services; all of 'which we point...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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NEWS BY THE GOVERNOR READY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

NEWS ' BY, THE - Iq - YBy ihis end the other vessels arrived t1 it'1wae~ iwe have received Cuhron;cles to the 13th'So..itlusive. There is nothing in' them :worth. noticing.,! I?'ei King is ;n good health, and the country quiet, save that Ireland is supposed tn be liable to disquieat on account of Mr. O'Connell's b?linesCs. Forty' regi+ ' ments anrL neW there. 'Sir H Tlavlor is to succd&Sir. H. Torrce:s. Thes traohp to be stationed 'ii 'tiCler ,. Colonies for the f(tture, are to consist ,of; three Riot~. ments of the line; two of ten Cotmptnies each, and :" one of six. No Veterans nor'Staff Corps any lor.?gur The Emperor of RussiA seems to be collecting'fbrces rather than fighting hard. -. +

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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 — 20 January 1829

LIBERTY OF TH'I-E iIIESS I{EST'O EI) COLONEL ARTHUR AND MR: BENT; OR, TIHE TRIUMPH OF THE PATRIOT AND FRANKLIN, Or TASMANIA. WE have infinite pleasure in infbrming our readers, that Colonel Arthur's destruction of the Freedom of. the Press in Van Diemen'i Land has met with that' opposition from Hoame, which such an attempt on, the natural rights of mankind called for. Colonel 4?rthqr, is a professorof religion. Yet it seems het ,nl ill bear with the frailtjea and impertirenceA of the 'ress- of Hobart 'roVn, as conducted by the elder, I'rinter there. He was moreover not sidtished with taxilag newspaprers,' but he authorisei . licenses. He was not.conteUted:, with: taxes and lice sa, but he made the license a p iv|ýize of personal, ? i on the .part of himself annd thet E utive, dot u ght of the subject. He exercised thin aid priv4tletr atli despotic a .'ay, having refused j1Ir. Bent tt fallvw his trade -as an Editor; although Lthe Lientenant Governor must. have been aware of the iuizn...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

SLL Perdon- ase cautikt'ld ilgainst em ploying,( or in ' any w4ay ha:rbouring, George Wulfor:dl, whi was hired by me to form a cer ;Lit j ,b of ,,work, atr;d after re c.vin provifions and su dry other articles to a considerable amount, rati from the farm clandestinely, leavinu :is work in an un fiaished state. (e;,ore r '\Valtford is a native of Birminglham; is ; :dlddl aged man, about five feet five or six mnclws. high, dark swarthy 0omipleion, hoid- a certi ica e (fi freedom, and has been a loi;g tiine in the Colony. Any person or Pers ns :harbourinig or employing ,the sad George W\uliftd, after this Public Notice, will be prosecu:cd agreeably to the Act of Council in such case made and provided. ,Lower Branch Hawkesbury Dec. 8th. 18T8. DAVID CROSS. OF TIlE FOUNIDATION OF TIHE COLONY. SNUMBERof Gentlemene wishing to celebrate this ANNIVERSARY in a ifestive way at CUMMINGS'S, take this opportunity of stating that intention, and that Tickets, at Ten Dollars each, may be had on appli...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

SYDNEY MARK.ET . Average price of'Wheat 9s. OJ.-Maize 1 Is.'Od.-~par ley 4s. tid:-Oats 0s. Od.-Fine Fluur 26s. Stg? per cwt.- Scconds 23-.. Stg. -Potatoes 2Ss. to 2s.-- ' uttecr Is. 6d. to 2s. (jd.--.IEggs 3s.- Onios 3d. Cheese 18. 3d. to Is. 9d --Btced 6dJ. to 6d.-Plruit< 1 dcar.-Fowls Gs. to. 7s. pe:r couple-Ducks.gs. to; 10s. jIer couplc-Gecse 10s. each-Turkles 12s. each. . No. 81 George Street Sydney Newo SoutA h5' ," EDITED,, PRINTED, AND P'UIL1LIS?EiD. BY THE PIROPRIUt'I'P, EDWARD SMITliH LILL...

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No. 1. Copy of a Despatch addressed to Earl Bathur Lieutenant-General Darling, dated 4th December 1826:—With four Inclosures. NEW SOUTH WALES. (Separate.) Government house Dec. 4th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

No. 1. Copy of a Despatchi addressed to Earl lBath Lieutcnant-Geneual Darling, dated 4thk )cec4 1826 :--With four .Inclos?aues. ' NEW SOUTH WALES. (Separate.) Government house Dec. 4th, 1826,rr 1. Mr Lord,-An eventswhich has recently occurred here, having been misrepresented in the ".dustralian" of ihe 29th of last month, and may consequently hAveo an ill effect at home ; I feel it my duty to put your Lordship in possession of the facts, which I shall do in as few words as possible. Several mnen of the 57th Regin~ent (seven in number),having commited robberies and maimed themselves, with the avowed intention of obtaining their discharge from the service, I judged it necessary to take such steps as might have the effect of deterring others frogt. any similar &Lttempt. Ac cordingly, on the conviction oi Sudds and Thmenpson, the last of those men who were tried, 1 was ipduced, as the means of producing the greater effect on the. soldiers .in general, to direct, that instead 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 — 20 January 1829

hMEMORANDUMS FOR TlHE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF TIIERlOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN ?lF1 MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. HI gligh Water 10 m. p. 8 Morn.-36 m. p. 8 Afternoon. E I Full Moon, 22-m. p. 10 morn. Fabian. I Sun rises 2 m. p. 5.-Sets 58 m. p. 6. HI rrih Water, 56 m. p. 8 Morn.--10 m. p. 9 r ca Night. Agnes. High Water,30 min. p. Q Morn.-50 min. p. 9 E 'I _ Night. Vincent. I High Water, 5 mn. p. 10 Morn.--25 m. p. 10 (cv Night. High Water, 45 min. p. 10 Morn.--l-1 t S Night. Cony. of St" Paul. 3rd. Sunday after Ephihany. S High Water 16 m. p. 11 morn.-35 m, p, 11 Night. . I | 1 High Water, 59 m. p. 11 Morn. FalnAYv.......... 768274N E. E. air S4TURDAV........ 73807(1 Do. Do. SUNDAY ........ 75 6 75 E. io. MONDAY ......... 83 70N. E. Do. TUEnDv ........... 69 8073Do. Do. W~VeNESDAY...... 72 8676 Do Do. TiUuRSDAY ...... 7690178!Do. Do,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

JUN IUS. T ISfamous. Horse will stand for the r .season on the premises of the Proprietor lire. Andrew Nash, Parramatta.-Terms, 1V :.'ree Guineas Stg. groomage included, h payable on the 1st day of next year. This is horse is limited to fifty Mares, therefore n early application must be made. No com- I a&int it is conceived need be made upon E "JUNIUS.---(N. B. He is sure. But in case of C mie$sing,'nothing will be charged next season, c fr. NN sh's object being to perpetuate his Ih :s~aBtLe.) .. a SERVE MAlEf T'ils zAzON. n T Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At £4._ -L os. Sterling, Groono'i fee includcd. All Stpenses to be paid before the 15th January 899. The horse will be limited to 40 Mares. SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old,.got by '" Steel 'i*?"' out of " Black Susan" by " Old H-lec. .tr?' "Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes "iR the -ast Sydney Meeting, beating the *.izee colt Bennelong and to others. He is allowed to be the hansomest horse ri .?,the Colony. He will be s...

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

THa second paragraph shews, how natural it is for persons, being judges in their own cause, to detce in their own favour. In the treatment en dured by Sudds, either the Governor or Mr. M'ln lyre mhust be to blame beyond what we can ven ture to describe. If Mr. MCl'Intyre never coumnu nicated : th his Excellency, of course he is to blaime. If, on the contrary, he reported every thing pertaiining to Sudds as it transpired, then he is comparatively blameless; but if the Gover nor was uiapprised of Sudds's sickness and Suffer ings all along, then the harshness practised upon the wre:ched man is not to be laid at the door of His Excellency. Though having men about h.um learned in the law, all his mistakes as to the late of the case, we consider to be without, ex tenuation. EItGHTH paragraph. It does not foltow, because the chains were put on a man of Sudds's size and stature in the presence of the Council, that Sudds could not have sustained any injury from them. Before Sudds and Thompso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

: lOTICE TO THE PUBLIS. T'o the readers of the Monitor.-Gentlemen of rank, ind civil and nilitary officers, whether sub:;cribers to this journal or not, are informed, that it will be ess teemed a favour if they will transmit to the' office of the Monitor a, memorandmn f any birth, death, or plarriage which may take place in their families or Armong their conncxions either in the Colon'y or in ,England. - The foim and style of such communica- J tions, will be implicitly' observed by our pri?.ter, as it I wished to make this journal a register of incidents rof' tiis kind, as well for the gratification of our Co onial,'as'f o·ur foreign readers. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. S Colonial Secretary's Office, Jarnerry 14, 1829. TJIS Excellency the Governor has been i[pleased to direct, that it be notified f6r the Information of all concerned, that the Stcretary of State has signified, in-.tis des jptch+ dated 4th August, 1828. No. 20, that the Duty on the Importatation into Great Britain of Kangaroo ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 January 1829

PUBLIC rOTIE. ''T hfaving ',een reported by some malicious .I and designing person, that I am about to fin im ny pres,.nt business; this is to give Notice, that all and every of, my creditors ?ho are inclined to give credence to so un foiunded a report, up:,n their bills being presented, will. be ilmminediately.paiul,4 and I request all persons indebted to me, to forward their plymients- immediately. othr--. wise I shall hald them over to my Attorney. And I take this opportunity of informing my *friends and the Public, that so far from fail lng, I suspect -rself to be in a very rasnug -road to indelpindency ; and so,long . .s they favour me witth their i:uomands, they will find them.punctutilly and hionornbly attended fO.- I furthermcore offer a reward, of '1T YOUNDS to any Person or Persons who may, give informration of the villains who spread. this report, so that he or they may 1)e prosecuted according to Law. THOMAS SPICER. ,.aanquary .cti, 1829. TO BE LET. T HAT well-known Two....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

J UNIUS. 1I famous Horse will stand for the ( season on the premises of the Proprietor Andrew Nash, Parraniatta.-''ermis, tree Guineas Stg. groomage included. payable on the] ist dt. of next year. This :!obone is nimated to fifty .Mares, therefore horly apiplication must be made. Noocoin :arent it is vonceivted need be made u1oPn JuNIUS.-(N. 3. He is sure. But in case of f mjsngnothing will he charged-next season, .ir, h . olect being to perpetuate his ,race.) A ' .Macquarie Plains Bathurst.-At.£4. A 10s. Sterling, Groom's fee included. All .penses to be paid before the 15th January The horse will be limited to 40 )dares. SPRING-GUN A black horse, 3 years old, got by "` Steel. o out of " Black Susan" by " Old H-lec. 'tor.' Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes it the last Sydney Meeting, beating the: "Mite colt Bennelotg and two others. He is allowed to be the hansomest horse eisathe Colony. He will be sent to Bathurst ediately after the ensuing races at Parra " CURRENCY MAD. ILL Stand ...

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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 — 26 January 1829

.. DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. ,ARITIONS CF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN -j 7 IN THI MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND. 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. High. Water 29 in. p. 12 Morn.-46 m. p. 2 Afternoon. I Duke of Sussex born 1820. Sun rises 8 an. p. 5.-Sets 52 in. p. 6. High Water, 15 m. p. 1 Morn.-55 In. p. 2 Aft. Last Quarter, M6 im. p. 3 Afternoon. High Water, 30 min. p. 2 Morn.-6 m. p. 3 r Aft. Kin George IV. Accesssion High Water, 33 m. p. 3 Morn.-5 i. p. 4 ..Aft. K h. I. Mlartyr. High Water, 36 min. p. 4 Morn.-8 m. p. 5 Af:. 'C. George IV. proc. 4th. Sunday aifter Ephihany. :,H0 Water 40 in. p. 5 morn.-14 in. p. 6 ' High Water, 46 m. p. 6 Morn.-20 m:. p.' Aft. Purif. of B. V. M. .L..... ...... 70 81 174 N. E. Fair . Y .. ........ 7176 70f Do. Do. ON DAY......... 70 88 76 N. E. Do. BDAY ........ 71 84 72 S. E. 1air. 'NE:PAY. 7(33 72 M.; E. F pair. ............ .... ..{ 12 (10 Do. IDo.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

jPr beg to inform our Subscribers both in town an country, they must consider the delivery of their V ws papera by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards eur friends up the country, and to our news-carrier regards ,our friends in Town, a valid delivers/ to them in law respectively ; the same as if put Tinto their own' hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, arc requested to complain to u by letter; (post paid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we ,ill not be answerable for the .dilvery of our Jolkrnal in a more effectual man j ter than thus set- forth. This is the condition an" t hsich we sell our Journal, and of which , we hereby Nitequest all our Subscribers to. take notice. 'J,'& public are cautioned to pay no money, nor snake any *ettlemnent on account of the Proplietor of this dIurnal, without demanding a , PRNTED receipts signed by him in his own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account without such receipt, will not be...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 26, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

a3TE IoVzIO TO l. MO º AFITERNOON, JANUARY 26, 1828. °oru persons in the Colon1, it appears, con rour remarks on the judgement of our Su : Vourt, in a late case of emopio libel, based on erroneous grounds; (or they say, the learned Judge objected, not to the faults of a Cler gyman being exposed in a public Journal, but to his being libelled. To this we reply, that tine objec tion cannot. hold in ex-ofolio prosecutions for libel on Clergymen, because such prosecutions do not go to deny the-truth of the libel; but - rather to admit it. Otlierwise why not sue for damages? Tuh distinction dra'wn by our opponentb amounts to nothing, unless it be grounded on this, position, namely, that the libel is false. On he barbarous and tyrannical plea, that truth is a libel, inasmuch as a mnisconductor is more in. duced to revenge by his real faults being exposed; than if faults were imputed to him, that he is free from, our opponents may be right; b; t if the libel be really true, the perion accus...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, SSi n, After perusing your strictures on this Gover nors' case, respecting private Sudds of the 57th, who it appears from His Eixcellency's statement to Earl "lhathurst, sutlcrcd from neglect or bad management in the Gaol Hospital ; it occurred to my mind, that there is just a possibility, that there exists in our Government Hospitals, a want of good manage Iment, notwithstanding the new office of Inspector. I am borne out in this suggestion, by the accidental circumstance of seeing an hospital patient in a state of debility, occasioned by a lingering fever; I asked the man why he left the General Hospital before his disease was arrested, and before he was able to return to'his service ? to which 1 received for answer, there was no room for him in thlGeneral Hospital; that he and ten others were turini dut uncurde, to make room for the sick convicts that arrrived by the ship Sophia on the 17th inst. and that twelve more would be turned out the ne...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

SYDNEY MARKET Average price-of-Whee t 9s.-(d.--Maize 1 is. Od.-Bak ley 4s.-6d.-Oat5 Us. Od.-Fine Flour 25s. Stg..peFt' cwt.-Seconds 22.. Stg. -'Potatoes 28s. to 20s.-rI l3utter is. (d. to 2s+ 6d.-Eggs 3s.-Oniots 3d.-' Cheese ls. 'd to Is. 9d -Bread (ad. to 6d.-Fruitj dear:-Fowls 6s. to 7s. per couple-Docks 8s.iaj lOs. per couple-Geese 10s. each-Turkies Aga each. No. 81 George Street Sydnzey. NOWe Sout4t Wes IW1T1ED. PRINTED, AND PUILISIIED1 BY THE ~PROPRIETIU, EDWA11D-SMlTil PIALL,.

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Grand wrestling match between CANN, the Champion of Devonshire, and GAFFNEY, the Champion of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

Grand wrestling match between C4NVN, the ,Champiun of Devonshire, and GAFFLNE Y, the Champiosa' of Ireland. ON Monday, the groat wrestling match was decided &between Cann, the celebrated Devonshire wrestler, and Gaffney, who hsys been put forward as the Chain pion pf Ireland. ¶tere had been some difficulty in bringing these competitors together, Cann resolving to adherc. to the Devonshire style of wrestling for oily fair back-tbroys, whilst Gaffn. y was desirous of contending in the Irish style, for side and every other description of fall. At length the difficulty was con quered, and Gaffney was flattered by the confidence of his countrympen into a resolution, of meeting the Champion of the West of England, in a manly con test, in which there should be no sbuffling, nothing being reckoned fair but clean back-falls, in which the prdatrate person should be thrown on his back with out touching the ground in his fall. In this species of wrestling, the odds were in favour of Can...

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