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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

4rrivals.-On Tuesday last, the Austrafia, from th Isle of France 7th of December; " cargo of rice; .7 passengers. Same day, the Mary from London July 2nd, and Hobart' Town January .7th; gene cargo ; 13' cabin and 12 steerage passengers. Sam day, the Bebe, from the Cape of Good Hope 23r4T August, Hobart Town 8th January ; brings 30:osheep `4 and a general cargo. On Wednesday, the Lang, fro London the 26th August, Hobart Town the 14th. Ja! nuary; general cargo; 13 cabin and 3 steerage pas sengers, with a detachment of the 39th regiment. Same day, the Surry, from London 23rd August, oape' of Good Hope 4th .December ; . general cargo; 201a cabin and 11 sterrage passengers. - Departwrer.-Oh Sunday, the Indfstry, for Otaheite and Lord Livierpool for Newcastle. z Projected DIepartures. . The Coronetfor Port Dal-t rvinple, and the Lnnbton for.JPort St phens this day., the Alice for Hobart Town 27th instuint. The Roya J George for Hobart Town and Bombay, and the Magicr for London the 28th. T...

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SELECT POETRY. CRUELTY TO BRUTES CENSURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

SELC PPOETRY. cWELbTY TO B.U iES CENSURED. Xwould n'ot sorer oi a;iv iist of iriends, hog' grac'd wviL polis.i'd irianners and fine sense, let wantmng s'nsiblity) the titan ;ho ,6eediev..1 sets foot upon in worm. Aninadvertia.,L sc. l aV crususlkhe snail, That crawls at evcning in the public path; -ut he-that hus huo ;nwuty, farewdrn'd, Will.tread asid , a..d let the reptile live. he creeping ver'nit, 1oatthsom'e to the siebt, And charg's pz ualraps with ,vcnom, ,that intrudes kvisitor untwvelcome into secnes -*Sno~ 't: neatr.e"S and reposea' altovc, Uer. or refectory, :ay die. ry act tfcl r:s nu blame. Not 4O, en held witifin -their proper bounds, And guiltless of o:Fnie, they range the air, Or take their pasttire in the spacious field : There they are prtvleg'd. And he that hurts Or harins himn there,i.4 gvsitysof.a wrong; Disturbs th' economy of N,.ture's realm; Who when she f,,rh'd,, design'd them an abode. The sum is this; if man's convenience, health, Or safetyfuterfere ; his ...

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TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, On the situation of England with regard to the question of PFACE, or WAR Kenington, 7th August, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

DUK1 O WELLiNk TON; O' ithee' situation 'f England with regard to the question of PlAcs, or WAR Keminstoud, 7th 4wgsut, 1828. My Loan DUKE, In spite of the aiparently anxious and' urianimous endeavour of. the nation to avert its eyes fromii is dresent situation is its conuta't subjsas of alarto, orof itaortlfication, or 0f AoI t; d ei sevy miu wbe has the' smallest regard fwaA 'rest or honous of the l country. It is .q! pu` 1I. look at the warlike )tI proceedings now going o6 i Ii'E+arope without feelin t1 astoanishmeat at the tdnfen- the irgisgnjilaM pa which we are acting ; or, rather~at thAt" " insmno~stia at which the French are e't? `miush deligbted, and' F9 which causes them so much mi(rth ! 'We seem to havre ,n changed our very natures ; our lad uage is, lik'e that ' d of Swiss or Genoese; all we say seein stio admit the -tt truth of the assumption, that we ought-no Itiiger to ti have anything to say in the affairs of this world& This appears the more surprising, too,...

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FREEDOM OF THE PRESS RESTORED. A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS RESTORED, ; A PROCLAMATION. By hies Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van - Dieman's Land and its Dependencies. Whereas his Majesty had been pleased, through, the Right Honorable Sir George MurrAy, one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, to signify to. me, his Majesty's DISALLOWANCE of the Act of this Island, entitled " An Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers, and fdi the prevention" of blasphemous and seditious libels," I, the Lieutenant Governor, do therefore by this Proclamation, notify and. publish the said disallowance accordingly .Given,under my hand and. seal, at Government Aeouae, Hobart Town, the 24th day-of December, 1828, GOgRGE ARTHILR. By Ris' Excellency's Cornmmand. J. BURNETT. The follauoing is the well-written leading article of . the resuscitated and. patrioti C o1owIAL TiMEs, published 1y the suJfering, persecuted patriot, ANDREW BENT. In congratulating our fellow' Colonists...

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(Damestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

(Dameftic.) Wt are-.happy to learnetbat not only has Sir George M1'lurray rendered the new Sherft .inde pendent of the Governor here, ^but M. U. Cot ton, Esq., the new Collector of Custons; is alIo rendered equally independent-of His Exc dllency. I-fe is bound to give every information and copies of all papers to the Governor;:- that is 3Llh Another insolvency took place"thia week. It is said Pickering wanted to leive the Colony. The Pcrra n i as brought to '-obart Town 226 sheep alive, and .eleven blood mares. We 'prog "nosticate, that- the horses of New South Wales, ii about a' dozen"yeare, will be the finest breed out of England.f. The' Harrep's V.. D. L. wools, sold as low as 41d. and 101-d. - The King. was psesent at Egham races 'and ;witnessed his own mare win one race. Egham hits never teeh visited in ' this public kway by an-. English Monarch, since .the.tinae of King John. ThIe new situation in George Street for the Post-oflice gives generIl satisfaction. Pol. "Morriset we ...

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

TuHnE Bishepn' of Calcutta, .(says. the :0I3eng Hlurkara;y)as'resolved. ia the event dfr bis; gain ing sutticient strength to visit this distant. pord6n of- his diocese. ..We cog4tmplteo His Lordships' arrival among us wi&; peculiar st sfactionw' The ersecuted Parishioner, we understan d, '" ,intencf to make known,' ind a agiecial mne nmorial, the gross treatment he an h sid'amit of feinales have received in St;. Jame.Cburt of his having clamping irons placed on bie and afterwards O ity ,ieing ;f ic ''in The' University bredpir~t;:toi Clery.'' also, look with.pccuhiar dcglit to` the`i arrival.

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

NOTICE TO TIHE PUBLIC. he readers of the Mfonitor.-Gentlemen of rank, dcvil andnlitary officers, whether subscribt~rsto this oinralor not, are informed, that it will be es teemed a favour if they will trannsmit to the office of the Monitor a mnemorandutm (1 any birth, deaoh, or therriagC which ay' take place in their f mnilies or ;nmong their connexions either in the Colony or in Ei~glaud. The form and style of such comnmica Sºtionr,.Will be implicitly o1,eeveCd by our prints t;, as it ;i wished to nake this Jourmd'a register of itcderi " of this kind, as wellifor the gratihicatiou of our Co onial, as of our foreign readers. SALE BY AUCU 1'N. -S L kY M R. S.. LYON S,. O Tuesday, the 27th inistanit, at the Stores. ;of Mr. M1atthew Hiindson, Macquarie ;place, without reserve, NE HUN DRED CASIKS of P0R11ER, S with a great variety of other goeds. -;Terms made known at the time of Sale. TO BE LET.. « 11HO.r of that i; vaiuibie ,Estate the Toll.gate Parfaiuatta, (whereon the ce-course has...

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

O NE` LIJibiD I*)zE of the most superior #CH A4PA 4E: and CLA RET wines, just landed, and on sale at the store of VID MAZIERE, ieorge Street, BBURN'S JUSTICE. URN'S JUSTICE, in f£ur volumes (the tiwentieth edition) for -sale. Enquire of l Mt . I IjlTPrinting Office. .FOR SALE, AT We BOWEN'S, SADDLER, &c. No. 18 M4R ET STREET. TAD1ES' and gentle mens' eaddles, plated, 2'JL4-purs, huntiig whips, pistol holsters, t valipsedog collars -with locks, Colonial-made aaddit. and harness. 1FFOR SALE, BY E. A. BO WENS EA by the Chest or lb, sugar;. tobacco,. .L soap, candles, fresh and salt butter, -sheese,, and other articles of the- best quality *4dlow prices for cash.. FOR LONDON DI RECT. TO 'SAIL )IN ALL.FEBRUARY 1829. rp'i E HE. first-cluss Teak-built .iShip EJblZA, VWm. Doutty Coimnmabd4,r, will be ready to receive Freight. on Monday the Sth Dec, next; at the:' following. reduced .mtes.., Timber £3. Sterling per load' 'Wool id. 4 per ,lb S'Measurement Goods, £33 Sterling per ton o...

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

W1 L I given 'to , Young .Woanin of ' , ood 'character, to at tend on a fmunily oEfchildoe duiring the paassge. Apie5ly to the Sy dne'y Monitor Offite, George Sýrecet. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tea 1 Persons having NOTES or BILLS over due at the Bank of New South Wales, whe Oher they be. drawers, Payers, Acceptor-, or .adorsers, that if imt ediete Arrangements be not mtde wtl.j;ae to sat;sfy tihe same, ither by 1 rieyt, yproviding better Paper, Mir by gibi sodiý sufcient real or personal, a burity, for the Amount of their respective -Rngagements, payable within a reasonable "time, the necessary proceedings will be com suenwed against them, without distinction of Persons, to recover;paymeMt, during the en ensuing term of the Supreme Court. W. C. WENTWORTH. TJ5 NEW S.IAUGOTER HOUSE. IN .COcQkJ BAY. V E public are informed, that prime beef ashcabdmutton are daily exposed for sale ready money, at the- New Slaughter )iOu~se, lhtely erected on the premises of Mr. Weitworth, in Sussei-street ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. blGNS or THE Triu s.-IUp to yesterday, nearly five hundred writs of arrest and summonses have been issued durint the presaint short vacation; and we are assured by a gentleman well conver sant ivith English practice, that this amount is ful ly equal to they number of processes issued during a like period for the City. of London and County of Middlesex. It imust also be borne in mind, that the writs above-mentioned do not include any kind of' writ whereby either goods or person are taken, to satisfy judgment. Mr. Dunlop, it is said, is on his return to the Colony, with a salary of £400 a year, with the appointment of Colonial Astronomer. Our old Colonist, Captain Ashmore, may be ex pected back' again, hut nut in the Guide; he comes next time to. settle; i. e. if the times will permit. The Dutch seem toh1ike the Southern equator for colonizing- A lodgment has been et'ected in" New Guinea by the Java Governmerit. The reduction of Clerks in the Commissariat, by or...

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ADVICE TO THE OFFICERS OF THE BRITISH ARMY. EIDICOLUM ACRI FORTIUS ET MELIUS PLERUMQUE SECAT RES. Safe from the Bar, the Polpit, and the Throns; Yet touch'd and mov'd by Ridicule alone. CHAPTER I. To General Officers commanding in Chief. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

4DV ICE TO THE OFFICERS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, / NIIDICOLUM ACRI PORTIUS ET ItfELIUS PLERUMQUE SECAT REL Safe from the Bar, the Pslpit, and the Throne. Yet touch'd and rnov'd by J idicule alonuc..k CHAPTER I. - To General Of icers commanding in Chie: A Coinmander-in-chief is to the army under' his coinirmand, what the soul is to the body; it cam neither think ior act without him; and, in short, is as perfect a zwn-entity without its commander, as a wife is without tier husband. You must therefore, through pure good..ivill and affectioa for your troops, take care of your own sacred. person, "pd neyer expose it to any dangersa You have not arrived at this rank, without know. ing the fully of knocking one's head against a post, when it can be avoided. When any service of danger is to he performed, you should send your second in command, or some inferior officer -but whomsoever you send, if he succeeds is the business, be sure and take all the merit of it to yourself. You must be as absol...

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

To T11ln EDITOR OF THE M ONITOR. A d.ubt cannot be entertained after this, that II { Majesty is not uninterested about the constitutional rights of his Australian snlajects; else he would not have disapproved of the proceedings of .ie't. Governor Arthur, in shackling the free press of Va Diemen's Land. How painful it must have been to Colonel Arthur, and Chief Jostice l'eddar. to witness the triumph of the Tasxinonins ii *the emancfppition (if ..thejr ?resa. The prosecuti n of Mr. Bent has been succeeded by an honourable victory over ciespurtism. But wvhojs to remunerate him for his loss, his sufferings, add hi. degradation, by the nconstitutional acts of the Tasmizanian Government ? I envy not the feelings of Justice Pedder who, of course, seconded the unconstitutionalacts of Gover nor Arthur. That learned Judge I fear will not ac. quire a wrearh of fame, to encircle his loyal bro ; in returrting from the discharge of his important,, functions, if all his acts as a Counsellor be vi...

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EXTRAORDINARY EXUMATION. JOHN HAMPDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

EXI RAORDINAR Y EX UMATION. JOHN HAMPDEN. Narrative of the disinteirment of the body of John Hampden, Esq., (commonly called'the " Patriot') in -Hampden 'church,. Bucks, on the 21st of July, 182S, to ascertain the'cause of his death; some historians supposing, that he was wounded in the shoulder by a shot from the enemy at the battle of Chalgrave-field ' (June, 1643);. others supposing, that he was killed by the hursting of his own pistol, with which his son in-law, Sir 'Robert Pye, had pre sented him. Present on the occasion- [he Right Honourable Lord Nugent, Counsellor Denham, -the Rev. Mr. Brookes,, Mr . Heron, Mr. Grace, (steward to the Earl of Bucking . hanishire),; Gieorge Coventry. six other young gentlemen, with whose names 'I wus not uc quainted, twelve grave-diggers and assistants, with the clerk of the parish. 1" On the morning of he 21st of July, we alias sembled in the lChurechand commenced the ope ration-of opening the ground. After exttminiag the initials and-dates on...

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To The Editors of the Government Gazette [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

M o The Editors of the Government Gazette SIRtS, hanving' considered, the superficlal contents otyour misrepresenting leader, in your dangerous paper of the 15th instant, on the subject of iniries- in thiy J Colony, I cant ot but reprehend your.politiesa nas-bing a great evil to this Colony, and your veracity as being the most questionable I ever witacssed in a public Journal. Our independent EditonV scarcely ever -notice your vitur erations against. the interests of. the .1o;mayst , as the considpr. nxi..intelligent man. will place con - dencein your political asseverations. Nor would I at this thne, did Irtot aupss your motives in asserting a false hood *hich thousand" could contradlct. You.know Pell' that your agsertions whether true or fil are jever believed by the Colonist:; but your'im is to please the enemies of freedom, by uisleading the Home Government,. and inducing them. to ac* quiese in such measures, ýas play be djctated-by tlw Illiberalps of the Cology '' . However rea...

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THE Official Journal of last Thursday, has the following in its leading article. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

THE official Journal of last Thursday, has the followling in its leading article. " Since writing the above we have the Monitor of Monday evening last, and Tuesday's Australian' in both of which' Journals 'the diRcusslon on this subject is again renewed. With respect to the Mloni tor, his arguments are founded on a tissue of gross false gods-the mere. emanations of the Editor's prollf e brain, and so far are unworthy of reply. If his premises were correct, so would be his c(OW' sions;, but the entire article .is a were romtnce, concocted for the 'isole purpose of mislentling thte public' mind, arid to gratify a feeling of hostility= towards the Government. Such writings, however. carry their own confutation with them ; and we ,should deem it an insult on commnn sense to o!ere any flWnxments iiit answer to the cxiager.;ted state ments and assertions that are put forth,' in replv't evidence on oath taken -before the Council especially convened, and of which the Chief Justice was a mne...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 26 January 1829

DIED.-In Pitt Street Sydney, on Sunday the 4th Instant, HENRY CECIL WATFORD WOOD, aged     4 years, second son of Lieutenant John Wood, R. N.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

: ýg to inform oaer Subscribers both in town an : tntry, they must consider the delivery of their 1V ws i"pers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards 'yr friends up the country, and to our newos-carrier at"i regards furf friends in Town, a valid delivery to them in law respectively ; the same as if put /into their own hands. "Subscribe.# who do not receice their papers regularly, are requested to complain to .us by letter; (postpaid) and, as far as we can, we will remedy the evil. But we will not be answerable for the i delivery of our Journal in a more efectual ma,n set than thus set forth. This is the condition an A which we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby . ,quest all our Subscribers to take notice. hie publie are cautioned to pay no money, nor make any settlement on& account of the Proprietor of this Jdournal, 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 give...

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SELECT POETRY. CRUELTY TO BRUTES CENSURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

SELECI' POETRY. CRUELTY TO BpiUUTES CEN URED. a" ' ould' not enter on m list of triendas, ' SIho grac'd with polis''d manners and fine sense, ; ??wanting sensibility) the man .;BWho weedlei ty sets foot upon a worm. A.. inavertarit step may crush the snail ;h 'What crawls at eveniag In the public path; ,~aut he that has humanity, farewarn'd, Will tread aside, and let the reptile live. t'?he creeping vermin, loathsome to the sight, A:nd charg'd perhaps with venom, that intrudes A visitor unwelcome into scenes Sacre'l to neatness and repose, th' alcove, lt The ý.haimber, or refectory, iay die. ' A necessary act incurs no blame. Nof':o, when held within their proper bounds, And guiltless of offence, they range the air, Or taoae their pastime in the spacious field: k. There they. are privilcg'd. And he that hurts t` Or harms him there, is guilty of a -wrong; Disturbs th' economy of Nature's realm ; wý?when she form'd, design'd them an abode. Th llum is this; if, man's convenience, healt...

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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 — 27 January 1829

I DIARY. S !EMORANDUM3 FOR TIIE ENSUING WVEEK. ARIAlION9 OF TJIEHMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT; NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. Iligh Water 29 m. p. 12 Mgra.-46 m. p. 2 Afternoon. Duke of Sussex born 1820. SSun rises 8 m. p. 5.-Sets 52 m. p. 6. High Water, 15 in. p. 1 Morn.-55 u. p. 2 Aft. . Laset __Quarter, 26 in. p.3 Afternoon. High Water, 30 ruin. p. 2 Morn.-6 m.p. 3 Aft. ?' King George IV. Aecesseion SHih Water, 33 m. p. 3 Morn.--5 m. p.4 A K. Ch. I. Martyr. I High Water, 36 min. p. 4 Morn.-8 m. p..5 Aft. K. George IVW.prob. I4th. Sunday after Epbihany. +. High Water 40 m. p. 6 morn.-14 m..p. . I High ater, 46 m. p. 6 Morn.-20 m. p. 1 |t :" Aft. . Purif. of B. V. M. tRDAY*......... 70 80 74.N.E. Fair . Ar ..., .... 7t178 70 Do. 1)o. .A ........ 70 88 76 N. E. Do. (,. w ........ IY4 72O t. Eair. PSDAr ...... 6. 42 68 Do. Do.

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

SYDNEY MARKET : Averngc price of Wheat 9s. Od.--Mfsize .-is. S ley 4~. 6eI.-C!)atR (js Odl.-Pine FI~ur 25a St~ cwt.---econd8 22g. Stg. -Potatoe 28a toe *1.ýut~ter Ir. (id. to 2s. (id.--Eggs :is.-oniofs d'1* Chicsc Is.:'.d. to Is. Jd.-Brceed (icd. to 6t1; ` dour.--Fows .(is. to 7s. pr cvnlile-DucUi8 lOs. per couple-(Cees lOs. ean--Tur No. 81 iGeorge Street Sydney' Mw~0' SoutAW ED1 TI). PILIN'1II), 1ND 1'IWLSUSBDI , flY Ttfl PRO(PUI TVP, t E.DWARD' SM1TkI UAUL .a.. º

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