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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 April 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ' ON Monday Jast,. a Bushranger was-apprehended upon Clydesdale Farmi, the Estate of Mr. Charles Thompson. The fellow approached Mr. Thompson's stockman, who was minding a flock of. Pigs in the bush,and after a very short introduction, began- to question.him as to the sum of money which his master usually kept in his.bhouse,- what property was uipon the premises, and many ,dis interested enquiries, which soon- developed the nature of his calling. The man taking the advantage of the bush ranger's attention being directed another way beckoned to his fellow servant, who was at some distance behind, to draw near, and in the interim, amused the querist, t with assurances that his master, never kept money in the house, but always lodged it in the.Bank, suiting the length of his answers to the length of- ground, which his fellow servant had to travel before he could render him any effectual assistance. They then. secured him but not until one of the men was knocked d...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 April 1827

GOVERNMMENT NO.TICE: COLONIAL SECRETA'RY'S OFFICE, APRIL 2, 1827. H?IS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has derived much Satisfaction from the reports he has received of. th.e' spirited and laudable conduct of the "following?.as signed Servants of Mr. WooD of Chipping; viz. JAlMES GOULD; PATRICK LEARY, JAMfES RICHARDSON, GEORGE BBOWNE, . W'-WILLIAM 'KING: Thesel fien, after a severe Conflict with aParty of des perate Ruffians, one of whom, Thomas Napper, .alias Win. Richardson, was killed on the Spot, succeeded in securing Win. Ward, who lately broke out of Sydney Gaol, and Thomas Power, a notorious Offender, both of whom are severely wounded. HIS EXCELLENCY has further the Satisfaction of noticinig of the Conduct of, WILLIAM LYON, and PATRICK RYAN, assigned Servant of Mr. Thompson, of Clydesdale, who, after the most determined Resistance, apprehended John Halplin, or Alpin, who had broke otit of Gaol. His EXC'LLENCY also notices, with much Satisfaction,' the Conduct of PATRICK CLEARY, the a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 6 April 1827

s EISHIE ENF s KSQ if takea s trader Ilktsany.. ir elfatoo mtds timed kfdha at the law, exceptng Ipa ilar cases: :. -Iq shal'brli efre, for the benefit? o; the Sputiblfd. tate aiy complaiht of you in this letter; and if -ad t' :vane;ih ythizig.:4[ annot jProve,' I' dare say you will gladly lay I hbl?d;if 't.: ; In the . first p Waie, ;hy' hig ve you run persons to P ej ites,:iand lmpriioned them without consulting.me ? Mr. I ýA'`t~' it, Mr. B. `to wit, lMr; S. to wit; and other persons,. not folr?etting Mr`.' W. These persons., whose names I shall not 'here mention for, the sake of their feelings, woiild have settled a in the way they h-ave, without you .running up a bill like a wild-fire against them. You have distrained some of :these I parties without promoting my interest, and I will not bear the s reproach, of being an oppressor; by this your ill-timed severity,: I.. you have put twenty pounds in your own pocket, but have done -me no good- I never gave you. instructions 'to dis...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Parramatta, April 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

To THB. 1EDITOR OF. TIE. MONITOR. SIn,. Parramatta, Aprik-5, 18'. THi. Revr,Mr ; urser from New Zealand preached at the Prisoner's Barracks last night, and a great number of respectable inbabitants from itbe town came.in to hear him, and sat down with the prisoners.; the Barrack mess room Was full of prisoners and free people; he began at seven o'clock, and promised that next l~ ednesday he would come again; there were plenty of lights, and all was Qrderly and attentive. HE preaches every Sunday ev.ening in the- open air on the road that leads to Windsori and' a great multitude assqmbles round him. A .Lover. of/Chritian Zeal. (We consider Mr. Tirner's notions of ministerial;duty inbch more scriptural than Mr, .Tyerman's. .lf a man take upon him the ministry of the Gospel and live by it, let him preach in season and out of season-let his delight be in his work,. ."d.)

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

To THIE ED'TOR OF THE MONITOR. Si.n, r THIE Magistrates of the colony ,seem to vie with their brethren in England, whose venality you were in your valuable paper lately exposing-I mean those same honest brewer" magistrates in London, &c. who grant licenses to their own friends and- favourites only, however immoral they may SIhe. There is in this town, a man who has been twice fined for sell ng spirits without a license, and. against whom the highest gxrand jury of the countryf in the person of Saxj Bannister, Esq. (a gentlemani not accustomed to be severe in t his judgment) found too separate bills for wilfu' and corrupt perjury. He was tried on both, and found guilty in .one in, stance, but judgment is deferred, because he: has moved for a rheu:trial, Which has yet to be argued. yet, when a dozen of Smost repectable men have been refused,licenses, (among the rest a Bank Director). this man is thought .orthy of. Iein indulged with one, and not only so, but is not required li...

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SELECT POETRY. MR. HUME. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

T. I have seen S. sT .Hiii caei lii . Down to the' socet,.ad door-keepers grmble Whilst, righi" aifi ita the benches took their turn, Sotkn to disclaint, ' $th, fdisi bilne to mumble: Whilst?venal base reporters'sat to turn E xpresizons as they wilUd, and did so jumble Men's speeches, -that, at next day's breakfast showna : *The: very speakers could not tell their own. ANiis ti iTo one hla a sat*ilt's souil? See; on your Senate's perjur'd floor he stands , 'Ukchang'd he benda his looks to virtue's gaol, Rejects the sop;,and works with unsoil'd hands. Scotchman-thou hast some spark ethereal stole, Siich clay as tiine comes not from Northern Lahds ! -Unbeniling, fearless, LIBEnTv's true friend, 'VWeFe all like thee, OPPRESSION soon would end. Iq ? ad ha y lyre one never dying chdrd, (Thy foes invoke another coap than this; But base men's hate is honour's sure award)- ' Fame should recount how rare thy merit is . Sincere--by just'men lov'd, by bad abhorr'd- Soft'ning the law's too hars...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

<1 .S :IARY ' MEMIIIORAND1 M FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. I SUN rises, at 23 min. past 6. High Water at Port-Jackson1G 6 min. past llMorn.-35 u y' | mil. past 11 Nt. i Equation of Time.-Sun on tit meridian of Sydney, 30 ____ sec. after 12 mean time. S Easter Sunday; Sun sets 36 min. past 5. High Water 56 min. past 11 Forenoon. " Easter Monday. aI""I High Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Aft i jfaster Tuesday. E. " High Water, 15 min. past I Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. S I High Water, 30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 min. past 3 Aft. 'j Day decreased 3 hours 12 minutes. Aiphege. High Water, 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past4 Aft. Day 11 Hours 6 Min. long, Last Quarter of the Moon 24 min. past 1 Morn. High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Even. GARDEN-Cabbages sown this month will not go to. . seed. Onions may shortly be sown, also Lettuces. Strawberry beds sheuld be well cleaned and dressed, also pinch and prune vines. ETATE,OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, 'WITII THE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

-'F€i $SALE, A·· " J. PAUL'S, just arrived2Tper Ship Elizabieth, a most .elegant and extensive assoitiuent'of Plated Goods, with silver edges, of the iest nmanufact'ure.; from ohe of the first LbndonkL'ouses; consisting- f-rtmet--and liquor frames,' of various seir?c; table and chmti r canblesticks, ?nuffers.'und stands, on itmnidt improved pr.inciple ; superior ivory-handled knives and fdrks~'.bone ditto,, &c. of the .?tes"steel; tea trays 6f,,a .'mnst super`b'`escription;. waiters "to cor.espoud; very sg?erior cork screws,dputeat ht.ir :raJsd'coaLth?biu ,te; snmall td~f comnbs ofzithe fines6ýqually.;ýtndtotherý' i nidwto nu "i[Mtttb!asnauo*IneiSiib -tt ivergfa tii tnt, UST landed from the Afary--Hope and ' z"aetA, and on? SSale at the "Australian .Iron: areh6use;" George Streej s Sydnac, opposite the Market Place.; Iron;of ?very deseriip. * tion and size; superior blister'd steel, carpenters' plapes of, all sorts; sash phikisters, brass wire sieves,, .hairsiev anid millk s...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. DUKE OF DEVONsHIRE.---The following is on extract of a letter from Moscow, dated Sept. 11 .-" On the 10th of September, his Grace the Duke of Devonshire,' his Britannic Majesty's Ambassador Extraordinary at the Coronation of the Emperor of Russia, gave a splendid ball and entertainment to the Imperial Family and the principal nobility in Moscowy. The preparations for the " fete were on a scale of magnificenee suited to the ex alted character of the guests. The exterior of his Grace's Hotel, whlclý is situated on an ele?ated part of the city, was, brilliantly ?iluminated. The Imperial Arms tastefully executed ornamented the principal front, and the whole of the vast length of the gallery was one blaze of light, ornamentpd in yarious devices. The Imperial Family arrivedt,bqout nine o'Clcek. The shouts of many thousands. of spectators announced their .ap proach,,and the bands of .music placed on the baleonieq and in the interior of the mansion, .playedp ec .natiqq...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

S:$YDNEY MARKIETS. Business iWas not so animated on Thlrsday as ad the preceding Market. The supply of Wheat was moderate,. and the Sales effected fully maintained last Week's prices. Maize appears steady. Barley continues scarce. "In the Cattle Market,not above a dozen head" were .sold. 'Four IHerses:end about 40 Pigs met with but feW 'bidders. BUSHELS O6 -WHEAT SOLD. : 60 at Ss.-190 at 7s. 9d.--4i5 at 7s. 6d.-42 ati7s. 4d.-120 at 7s.-40 at 6s.-15 (smutty) 5s -No sales of consequence -ent of Market. Purchased for Waterlooand Steam En :-gine Stores, 212 at an average of-bs. 4d.-Total 694. Wheat from 5s. to 8s. Average on Total sold 6s. 8d: per. 'Bnshel.--Mitize 5s --Barley 78. 6d.-Oats 3s. 9d.-Butter 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. per lb.--Cheese 'Is. 3d-Eggs is. 10d. to 2s. 6d. -per doz.-Fowls 2s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. per couple.- Ducks 8s.'to 5s.-Geese 10s. to 'i2s. '-d: Iurkies 14s. to 15s. -Potatoes 12s. to' 18g. per cwt.-"-Fine Flour 18s., to 20s. sterling per cwt.--Bread Five-pence per Loaf.--+...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

n e a rosectable friensl pdistfe .traliaUPublichatlMOUT ? PEASANT:, HOTE I?Iw, ll opened fir,thte a?dommodation ,ox of Gentl nien, F Parties of: Pleasure, on. Easter Monday .. * Neat Wines, SpUrits, and . ai.don , Q 4 les , Te'a, Cffee, &c..at the shortest notice.-. , . , ' I I/iILClI CATT'rLE.-FOR SALE, a' general~ --idio -". alout 100 Head of Milch Cattle, with 'whiih , Ii? arl Credit wqll be given. The Land ;on which they. miowr e will be let with them, if required, being -one of ifie:? t Ruins. in the Colony. Letters addreesei- X. :Y. .&ll?? S"eithe Ga?jett Office, will be attended to.' ' I Y T1IE CITY OF EDINBURGH.: . f /RS. REYNOLDS has received, and will Open .this Day, ',LL CASES of the following FASHIONABLE ARTl. Ladis' ILeghorn bonnets, of'the finest quality ;Gentlemen's, full-sized and qlildren"s 1Jghorn' hats Children's black beaver hatiss.10s each Ladies' full trimmed straw b'onnets " Sqiung ladies; ditto .ditto, and hats of modern' nt eleg ah t shapes ....

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English News by the Elizabeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

English News by the Elizabeth.     The Elizabeth at length brings us news of the opening of the new Imperial Parliament, an event looked for ward to with more than ordinary interest, owing to the very awful state of the United Kingdom.. A speech remarkable for nothing but its empty unmeaning senti ments and statements, was delivered by the King in person, which indicates that His Majesty was in good health. It appears, also, that he is very popular, which reflects the highest credit on George the Fourth. The speech we shall not here transcrive, as our readers will have seen it in the Gazette. Earl Cornwallis moved the usual address to His Majesty in the Lords, and the Right Hon. T. Liddell in the Commons. The speeches of the respective movers, as containing the sentiments of mi nisters, went to shew, that the policy of Great Britain is the preservation of peace;on the ground (we are happy to observe) of " the dreadful lesson" taught England in the late war....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

S.'Q. ;.ý;, ) EnITQR or -?'utR MO.NIO ' , , SI perceivo your rival Dr. Wardell, under overof.ap advertisement signed anonymously, has adopted his old line of policy used by him in regard to the Misses B --- and Mrs. , and has attacked your private character, entering into your retirement and insii!ated, domestics.. Few men (not even Dr. Wardell himself) would be able to. have all that passes at their fire-side revealed to tie.. vulgar gaze. I therefore congratulate you Sir on your rival's being able to prove you guilty of the following crimes only, in your' private capacity, viz.-that you expound the word of God either 1o your own family or the public--?h.ich he does not state-r that yuL have kept a dairy of wilckh ,4qws and sold the produce in millk ig lieu of butter.--.tlt you once had the lionou' of being the partner in his professional matters of GeQrge Allen, E:sq. Solicitor, against whom Mr. D. Levey has lately waged imper tinent warfdre, and from 'womn rather than wage war yo...

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LETTER III. On the State of Religion, and of its Ministers, in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

LETTER III.                 On the State of Religidn, and of its Ministers, in Ireland. Dear Sir, I HAD scarcely finished my classical studies and   entered college, when I found myself' surrounded by the disciples or admirers of d'Alembert Rousseau, and Voltaire; frequently traversed in company with them, the halls of the Inquisition, and discussed in the area of the Holy Office those arguments or sophisms for the suppression of which this awful tribunal was ostensibly' employed. At that time the ardour of youth, the genius of the place, the spirit of the time, as well as the example of my companions, prompted me to inquire into all things and to deliberate whether I should take my station amongst the infidels, or remain at- tached to Christianity. I recol.ect, and always with fear and trembling, the danger to which I rashly exposed the gifts of faith and Christian m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

z a t1i'ilc atilu 00 AQ-res. `b g trat i rea for putting : hu ai 'il'tio te1ds'ideu r etpa le "i· we U 'w er-boarded- *Bellrnt IHouse, det' KiSd en,. GO ' stiras House, &. n a; excelntC. a~~ir ble of Ifaldiii 00: buihels in the straw,. with Pig, S.Sties Stockyards, &c. &c. a Gatden: oftwo Acres, a Paddock .of. Qi4crAesed the remainder of the farm nearly all enclosed; Saone; pie,, tis bouinded by a deep inipassableCreek,' witli a' con 4,t? stream. of ;gopd water running within a short distance i f Dhe. Dvelling House Tfie Land is of a very superiior quality, ' •d the distance from S'ydey rendeirs it most desirable both for Cultivation and the Dairy. `For particuhla~ s pply to Thomas Barker, No. 6b, Sussex Street, next to Messrs Cooper and ?ievey'8SteAh Engiiie. .?: Pair of Working Bullocks, with Cart, and Harness, for. S:Sale. . Now preparing for the press, and will shortly be pubhished, (in scribed, by- permisihi' to Liehtenaint Generial Sir Thomas Brisba~ie,...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY APRIL 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

THE IMONITOR. FRIDAY APRIL 13; 1827. THE Chamber of Commerce has now been in existence in some shape or other nearly a twelvemonth--we paid four pounds for the honour of being a member, and for the advantages we expected to derive from the Institution -.the honour no doubt we have experienced in full measure; but as to the' advantages, we confess we can not ascertain what they have been. To go into an empty room wihere the table is splead merely with the Colonial 'Newspapers, unaccompanied with a single English Review or Journal, is not the kind of value we expected to, get for our four pounds. We calculated on the contrary, 'ofn the Committee, (especially as they did themselves and us the honour, us, the " payers of the piper;" the favour of electing themselves in one of those snug back-parlour meetings, which are not yet gone out of fashion); framing such a Constitution as would have- rendered the Institution universally popular, and that at " Chaii.ge," whether fixed at the hour ...

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Domestic Inteligence resumed. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

Domestic Ijite ligence resumed:. Ma. ABRAHAM 1'OLACK's brother has arrived in ThIk E,.t ;zabeth. " He is an artist of great promise. Hisforte-we. -inderstand lies. in' landscape andarchitectural; sketchibg: and painting. Mr. S. Levey of this Colony,. is a con. stant caller at Mr. Polack's in the Strand, where he was entertained on his first arrival with a splendid.entertain ment, to meet Mr. Rothschild, jun. Mr. Samuels,'jun and other gentlemen of the first mercantile respectability Mr. Levey paid tor his freight in hard cash, and took his' cargo, into his own stores, by which means he will make" some 40 or 50 per cent.. more of it, than if hurried to sale in the usual manner. AT seven o'clock last Sunday evening. a chest was, stolen from a house at the corner of York Street, and the thieves passed three lamps unlit. Had they beeti burn ing brightly as they ought to have been, it is very pro bable the robbery would either not have been committed,, or at least have been detected:. Tw...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. 'A very snug genteel Ordinary at 4 o'clock is served up every day by Mr. Bax, the Confectioner and Pastry Coobk in Underwood's Buildings, George Street, which is 'attended by a few gentlemen of great respectability. We went in by chance a day or two ago, and partook of a Very superior well-cooked dinner, consisting of three coprses, (pastry included) and fair share of a bottle of Cape Madeira, and. all for three shillings I Mr. Bax's cold ham, mutton pies, and apple tarts, go off at a great rate every day, now the weather is something cooler, about 12 and 1 o'clock. Better are no.t made by the famous Mr. Birch, of Condon. A vaLUABLE hydraulic engine had for some years past, we ndirstand, been lying in the Government'Stores un any of the mechanics In the colony to bring it into operation. Mr. Brown, of Market Street, an artist of some eminence in this department in London, recently arrived in the colony, undertook its erection at the Or phan School, Parramatta....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.           COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, April 9, 1827     TWENTY POUNDS REWARD AND A TICKET   OF LEAVE. WHEREAS, there is Reason to believe, that TWO STACKS OF WHEAT, the property of Mr     Elyard, of Stone Quarry Creek; in the County of C am- den, were wilfully set on Fire, on Monday the 2d Instant, Notice is hereby given, that the above Reward, of Twenty Pounds, will be paid to any Persons or Persons giving Information that shall lead to the Conviction of' the Incendiaries; and if the informant be a Prisoner, he will also alltowed a Ticket of Leave.     By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 7, 1827. P ERSONS, willing to Contract for the Completion of an overhanging Chevaux de Frise on, the back and side Walls of .the Sydney Gaol, are requested to s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 April 1827

          SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS.--On Saturday, the Ship Elizabeth, Captain Collins, from Plymouth Nov. 25th. Passengers - Captain Murray, H. P. (late Paymaster) 48th. Regiment; Mr. T. and Miss Murray; Rev. Mr. Wilton and Lady; Mrs. Raine,   (Mother of T. and J. Raine, Esqrs. Merchants) and Master Raine (Son of the latter gentleman) ; Major Ellerington, H. P.; Mrs. and Master Ellerington ; Mrs. Ray ; Mrs. Westbrook; Mrs. Smith; Messrs. Palmer and W. Palmer ; Mr. and Mrs. Bisday; Dr. Craig and Mr. Unwin, with 32 Steerage Passengers - (for Lading see manifest). Also the Philip Dundas, Capt. Scarville, from Western Port - on the lst instant, Passengers --Mrs. Scarville and servant.; Mr. Hovel and servant.: Also, the Currency Lass (Tender to H.M.S. Success) from Port Dalrymple, where she put in in distress on her way to Swan Port and Rotness Island, under the com mand of Lieut. Proudfoot, R.N. Also the...

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