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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

Arrivals.-On Tuesday last, the Australia, froi i tlb Isle of France 7th of' December; cargo of rice ?" passengers. SaT~ e day, the Mlary from Londo July 2nd, and Hobart Town January 7th; goser? cargo; 13 cabin alnd 12 steerage passengers,. Sa day, :the Hebe, from the Cape of Good Hope 23z August, Hobart Town 8:h January; brings 30Q She and a general cargo. On Wednesday, the Langlfro London the 26th August, Hobart Town the 14th.-J nuary; general cargo; 13 cabin and 3 steerage pa scngers, with a detachment of the 39th rcgim Sarre day, the Burr y, from London 23rd August, Ca :of. Good I-opc 4th l)ecemher ;: general. cargo I ' cabin and i1 steerngeparsneCors. for Dcpartere..- On ,nrday, the Industry, for Otakezj and Lod Liverpool for Newcastle. Pr' jec~ed J)epnrtures.. "The Coronet for Fort Dall .rvmple, anr:d the Lamnbtol fur Fort Stephens this day The Alice for HIcbtrt Town 27th instant. TheRou9Di George for H1Fbart Town and Bombay,"and the 1la4rti* for Lond.,n the 28th. 'lThe onca fd...

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TO THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. On the situation of England with regard to the question of PFACE, or WAR Kensington, 7th August, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

DUKE OF , WELINGTON, " D» the situulion rf bn5gi(ad with regard to tI/e quection of I'VACE, orWVARK OR Kinigtn, 7th 4uguiut, 1828. MY LORD DUKE, In spite of thc~appnrently anxiou: and uninisnoia endeavour of the nation to avert its eves fromi its drsmcnt situatia J3s it a constsat subjusc. of alarmtorof nrortitflation, or of bot, with every ma who ba the smallest regard for tli interest or bonmOtt of 'the cOuntry.: . It is impossible to, look at: the warlike ptoceedin a now going on in Europe without. feeling *aton nt at the tame, - the insigiafCeant .part hi e .are acting; or, rather at that .. immobility" rt'r which the French. are so much delighted, and. oWhich causes themn so much mirth ! We seem to have changed our very *natdrea ;" our language is like that - rf Swiss or Genoese ;. all we say seems tb admit the truth of.the assumption, that we ought no longer to have any thing to say in the affairs of this world.' This appears 'the more surprising, too, because it came :amidst ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

To THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, SIR, : After perusing your strictures on the Gover nors' case, respecting private Sudds of the 57th, who it appears from His LExcellency's statement to Earl B3athurst, sutfered 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 nent, notwithstanding the new flice ot Inspector. :iI am borne out in this suggestion, by the.accidental chrcumstance of seeing an hospital patient in a state of debility, occasioned by a lingerithg fever; I asked th" man why he left the General Hospital before his disease was arrested, and before he was able to return to his service ? to which I received for answer, there was no room for him in the General Hospital; that he and ten others were tuirned out uncuide, to make room for the sick convictsithat arrrived by the ship Sophia on the 17th irist. and that twelve rmore would be turned out the...

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EXTRAORDINARY EXUMATION. JOHN HAMPDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

EXTRAORDINAttY EXUJMIATION. JOHN HAMPDEN. Narrative of the disinterment :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 shoulderb.hy a shot from the enemy at the battle of Chalgrave-field (June; 1643); others supp.,sing, that lie was killed 'by the bursting of his own pistol, with which his son.in-law, Sir.Robert Pye, had pre sented him. Present on. the occasion--The SRight Honourable Lord Nugent, Counsellor Denhamn,. the Rev. Mr. .Brsiokes.:Mr. Heron, Mr. Grace, (steward to the Earl of Bucking hamshire), Geor'ge Coventry,. six other young gentlimen, with., whose names I'wva not ac quaintl d, twelve grave-diggers.. and assistants, with the clurk of mhe parish. "On the umorurniz.of the 21st ot;July, we all as sembled ,in the. Qhunah, and commenced the ope ration of opening the, ground. After examiining. te, initials...

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FREEDOM OF THE PRESS RESTORED. A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

FREEDOM OF 'TE PRESS RESTORED. " A PROCLAMATION. Sy his Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutcnait Governor of the Island of Van bieman's Land and its Dependencies. Whereas his Majesty had been. pleased, through hi eRiglit Honoirable Sir George Murray, one of his Majesty 's Principal Secretaries of State, to signify to rae, ?is Majesty's DISALLOWANCE of the Act of ,this Island, entitled " An Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers, and for the prevention of blasphemous and seditious libels," I, the Lieutenant , Governor, do therefore by this Proclamation, notify and .publish the said disJallowance accordingly. Given under my hand and seal, at Government '.0oule, Hobart Town, the 24th day of Detcembei, 1828.. GEORGE ARTHHUK. - By His E xcelleucy's Conrnmihd,.: J. BURNETT. .following is the :we.lwell itten leadiag artwicle f the resuscitated and patriotio oUON'.IAL IMEs, published by' the suffering, persecuated Spatriot. ANDRIW BENT. .:

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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

S (Da?mestio.) We are' bappy. to learn, that not only has Sir George Murray rendered the new Sheriiff in e pendent of the Gtovernor here, but; M. C Cot ton; Esq., the new Collector of Customs, is also rendered equally independent of His Excellency. H?e is bound to give every information and copies of all papers to tlhe Governor; thbat-is albk Another .insolvency took place this week. It is said Pickeiring wanted to leavre the Colony. The Persian has brought to. Hobart Town 226 sheep alive, and eleven blood mares. We. prog. nosticate,' that the horse's of New South Wales, in about a dozen years; will be the flueýt breed out of England. .The Ikrte?rrj' V. D. L. wools, sold as low as 4td. and 10 d. The King was present at. Egham raccs and witneased his own r.are win one race.' Egham has never been visited. in this public tway by.an English Monarch, since the tin:e of King John. " Tie new 'aituotitio 'in George Street for the Post-office'.gives guneral satisfaction. f(t~.: Morriset we a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

STir Bisbpp of Cialcutta. '(uas. t" t' Di Wlrkera,) bus resolvcd' iin the ereiit;ot' hsiý=' a h igg sufficient strength 'to rift 'tlaisrtiistutit or of his ctiocvse . W oetFni plate Hlw oiials , arr'val` ambog u15: with pb :.petui1i ' ict;ru The perecitutM P'rishioner, we . Sade tnaý ,uteid. t'o, mgke know0·nf a pis morial, the gross tretmeot he andi' i4sfit' `16f fei'titea: `hav'o received in ' Wit. b Jt sCi4: of his' having clampin irng' d i o' jpdu.pti. avid sfterwa ds' of its Ve n } , dtckhrt'L ·1 I'Fee Unaiversity.brd "psrt; pf nt:rC' raw;' v, a s also, IO(1ck.with "pc'.tUa' i g t to thi A.i

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

• ~ ~ ~ - --l?' - J?"?, " : ? ri . LL be'give. to a Young Woman of !~V-good character,.to attend on a family of children during the pasusge. Apply to the Sydney Monitor Office, George Srieet. I O'TICE IS. HEItEBY GIVEN, to all Persons having NO 1 EI or BILLS over .dueat the Bank of New South Wales, whe ther they be drawers, Payers, Acceptor-, or !bdorsers, that if .'imntpw4ite. Arrangements be not made with .me :to ,sat;sfy the same, ":d~ther by Payment, by providing better Paper, .or by giving some sufficient real or personal security, for the Amount of their respective 1ingagements, payable within a rnasonable :time, the."Iecssary 'proceedings will be coma s'menced against them, without distinction ol Persons, to recover payment, di4ring the en .ensuing term of the Supreme Lourt. W. C. WENTWORTH. THE NEW SLAUGHT'ER hOUSE. A.r- IN COCKLE BAY. ' -"/ HE' public are informed, tha prime beef : .randi mutton are daily exposred for sale r ? eady money, at the New Slaughter House, lately"...

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

J UN IUS. HIS famous Horse will stand for the I seasfrn on the preuises of the Proprietor Mr. Andrew Nash, Patrranatta.--Terws, 'fTree Guineas St.;. groomige included. .psyable on the Ist diy' or niext year. This -horse is limited to fifty Manes, therefore .i atrly application muwt be miade. No coil Anent it is conceived need be nmdle ut.on JUNIUS.---(N. B. . e is sure. Bat in case of S issing, ,othing will be charged next season,i I ' 3fr. Nash's object bciirg to perpetuiute his. ace .) AT Macquarie Plains 3Bathurst.-At £4. i`.L.10i. Sterling, Groomn's fee iucluded. All F K'xpenses to be paid before the 15th January j i'1S829 The horse will be limited to 40 tiares. S'ae. .SPRING-GUN ` A black horse, 3 years old, got by *" Steel trap" out of "' Black Susan" by " Old 1-Iec or. s " Spring-Gun won the Produce Stakes : ,at.the.. last. Sydney Meeting, beatipg the i "prie colt lBennelorig and two others. I ,He is allowed to be the hansoinest horse ( in the Colony. . He will be sent to Bat...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENC,E.: SIGNs OF THE TIMKS.-Up to yesterday, neatly five hundred writs of arrest and summonses have been issued during the present short vacation ; and we are assured by a gentleman well conver sant with English practice, that this amount is ful-. ly equal to the number of processes issued during a like period for the City of London and County of Middlesex. It must also be borne in mind, that the writs above-mentioned do not include any kind of writ whereby either goods or personz are taken to satisfy judgment. Mr. Dimunlop, it is said, is on his return to the. Colony, ivith a salary of £400 a year, with the appointment of Colonial Astronomer. Our old Colonist, Captain Ashmore, may be ex pected back again, bIut not in the Guide; he comes next time to settle; i. e, if the times will permit. The Dutch seem to like the Southern equator for colonizing- A lodgment has been effected in New Guinea by the Java Government. The reduction of Clerks in the Commissariat, by orde...

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Grand wrestling match between CANN, the Champion of Devonshire, and GAFFNEY, the Champion of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

Grand inrestlin'. match be6teen CANN., the C'hampion of Devonshire, and GA'FFVEY, the Champion of 'Ireland. ON Monday, the great wrestling match w'as decided between Cann, the celebrated Devonshire wrestler, and Gaffney. who has been-put forward as the Charn pion of I:aland. There had been some difficulty in bringing these competitors together, Cann resolving to adhere to the Devonshire style of wrestling for o.ly fair back-throws, 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 countrymen into a resolution, of meeting the Champion of the West of England, in a manly con test, in which there should be no shuffling, nothing being reckoned fair, but clean back-falls, in which the prostrate 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, ,whose ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

,.congratulating our fellow Couloists last week upon the revocatihn of the Newspaper License Act, we -were not prepared to try whether the boon so granted 'by His Majesty to this Colony, emanated from the " Administration at home, without reference to the re anonstrances sent to >ngland in the ship Lang, by the twenty-four Gentlemen, who took such. an active and patriotic part upon the occasion. Whether or not, we will leave onr readers. to decide, although we may conclude that the Address :from those Gentlemen must have been received long before Sir George Murray's des patch left England intimating His Majsty's instructions, as it is notorious that the Address was not only no:iced in many of the London Papers, but also in several of the Provincial Jo..rinals. In the despatch writ ten by Sir George Murray, the Secretary of State for the Colonies,to Lieutenant Governor Arthur, Sir George as well asMr. Hu skisson are said to have expressed their. regret at the delicate situation is...

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ADVICE TO THE OFFICERS OF THE BRITISH ARMY. RIDICOLUM ACRI FORTIUS ET MELIUS PLERUMQUE SECAT RES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

ADVICE TO THE -OFFICERS OF' THE BRITISH ARMY,. UIDICOLUM ACRI POlTIUS ET MELIUS PLERUMQUE SECAT RE3.r. Safe from the Bar, the Pulpit, and the Throne; i ' Yes touch'd and mov'd by Ridicule alone.. CHAPTER I. To General Officers commandiug in Chief A Cotumander-in.chief is to the army undi;t his coummand, what the soul is to the body; it eah neither think nor act without him; and, in sboii is as perfect a non-entity without its command*neir as a wife is without her husband. You musit. therefore, through" pure good-will and affectiop for your troops, take care of your .own scr? person, and never expose it to any daniger.:.. You have not arrived at this rank, without knowr-' ing the folly of knocking one's head against .' post, when it can be avoided. When any servie?, of danger,is to he performed, yo'u should send;., your second in comimannd, or some inferior oflcer -but whomsoever you send, if he succeeds ,:i the business, be sure and take all the merit of i'h to yourself. You must be...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

To TiHE EDITOR OF T'rE MONITOR. ' SIn, A doubt cannot be entertained after- this, that Hisi Majesty is not uninterested about the constitutional, , rights of his Australian subjects; else he wonld nzot have disapproved of the proceedings of Liei. r! Governor Arthur, in shackling the free press of Vaii::,'! Dieumen's Land. , How. painful it must have been to Colonel Arthurt k. and ChiefJustice l'eddar, to witness the triumphbof the $? Tasmanians in the ,emancipantign of . their Presý ;,~i The prosecut:,n of Mr. Bent has been succeeded b an honourable victory over despotism. But whos " ; remunerate him for his loss, his sufferings, aý4 .?iis degradatiion, by the unconstitutional acts of, Tasmanian Government ? . I .envy not the feelings of Justice Pedder who, 0~L course, , seconded the unconstitutional acts of Gover-. nor Arthur. That learned Judge I fear will not ac' quire a wreath of fame, to encircle his loyal .lrbw in returning from the discharge of his important: functions, if al...

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To The Editors of the Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

S??:'_ ditor , of Me Governmemt Gaze4ts: - Having conridered the superficial'Contents .ofyour. 'misrepresrenting leader, in your dangerous paper: of the. 15th instont, on the subject of' Juries in this; Colony, I cannot but reprehend yopr politics as heing: 'a great evil to this Colony, and'yQnr veracity as being the most questionable I ever witncessed in a public Sournal. Our indefpendent F4itors6 s?rrcely ever notice your vituperations'agninst the'intetsts of the Commlwlty,.: as they consider no. intellige:nt. an will place.con?j?t-' denceein your politicalasseveritions. Nor:wouldJ at'thli time, did I not guess your. motives in asseratin fi4d?f hbod' which thousands could contradict. Ynu:knoy': well that your assertions 'whether true or f:dse, are never believed by the olonists; but :your asll i,$ to please the enemies of frecdom, b' miak'ading0 htbe Roome Goyrwment,, and; i.nducIn . thcrn to'c quiese in su~lr mnasures; as maybe dicnte4 ant y . Illiberals of the Colony. However- r...

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

` ral t, are informed, thati . ill be es eeed a vour -if .they will transmit Othe office of l; the MI~Viir a memorandhm caf any bi?li: ideath, or ý.arr-iage which may take plac" in their families or: Woing their connexions either in the ·olony or #n England: The -form anrd style of such 'cocnmun cý "oni will beimplicitly observed by our printer: 'ite tishedto in~te this jirnal S register of imcidoet3?. SthiskIhndI, as we for the gratification o~$our ,'o= Sonialofa ocirforcign readers-. * . :, . .: 4-B , f: , 'r y fi ALE BY AU1O $Y MR. S. ,LYONS, " w`,: . 7.idv ,the 27th instaint, at the Sl re o M.Lrtthew H idSon, 1~Mcquar e I ?=,ithout.ree~t ·,Ve - ?e , t., NE HUNDE 'Prt , wi ":th a "rýtivatrae o. other goaýý,$ :" Termn' madie known at the tun e Qf~ . S4i' TO BE LET. The whole of that invaluable Estate belonging to the Undersigned, opposite the Toll-gate Parramatta, (whereon the Race-course has been established) for a term   of years, such as may be agreed upon by the p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 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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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 January 1829

}$ '. TaT~iiG . ivi®1'l i Va" ' ;TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1829. agp rrPone inu the Colony, it aJperIp c9fl " . r SqU, remarks on the judgement of our So e (70w, li }ýZate case of c.p7crob ilie I based on erroneous grounds; for they, say, the learned Judge objected, not to the faults of a Cler. gymaa being exposed in a public Journal,,but to his being libelled. To this we reply, that the objec tion cannot hold in er-officio prosecutions for libel pn Clergymen, because such prosecutions do not go to deny the truth of the libel; but rather to admit it. Otherwise why not sue. for damages? THu distinction drawn by our opponents amounts to nothing, unless it be grounded on this position, namely, that the) ibel is false. On he barbarous and tyrannical plea, that truth is a libel, inasmuch as a misconductor 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 he right; biut if the libel be really true, the pe...

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

wf ýiY mUEDDo AZEf4 of the most. Opt1p tlr'r IHAMPAGWIE and CLA " nE 6 ,ri ss , and on sale at the tore of ? ?IMZIERE, :reorge Street, BI TRN'* JUSiTICE. B URN'S UJT?TICE in'fcur volumes. (the .:twentieth edition) for sale. Eocnuire of Mr. Hill't s Printing Office. : .'>FOIRSALE) AT, W - BOWlgN'S, SADDLER, &c. . ' b. 18' M4dRKET STTREET. t ADIES'and gentlemnens' saddles,• plated JL?-spiut,' tuning" whips, pistol holsters, 'valises, dog collhrs with locks, Colonial-made cddle.Jand harness. FOR SALE, BY E. A. BOWEN. rTEA.by tbe Chest or lb, sugar, tobaccos. .- soap, candles, fresh and salt butter, dheese, and othes articles' of they best quality .andoow. pricea4fot cash.. -FOR: LONDON DIRECT. * ?'XO SAIL INS ALL. EEBRUARY 1$29. ` FlT HE first-class Teak-htailt 8 .Ship ELIZA, Wmin. Doutty ,Commander,, will. be ready to receive Freight on Monday the tth= Dec. ntvc,t at the' following reouced atea. ' Tindber £3. Sterling per load wool id. perlb Measurement . Goods, £3 Sterling...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 2 February 1829

:To THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MON 01, Being :.desirous of purchasing a. piece of ground, with a hut upon it, I urged, the proprietor, a sthrving old soldier, to apply for a lease-and His Excellency gtanted the reqehst forthwith, endorsing on.the memorial, to make out a lease for the Veteran. 'The ground was measured accordingly, and his name registered, but npither lease nor memorandum of the Register can be obtained, though .mine months have clapascd since the application was niade, iind the pro liise obtained. The delay prove's'-fatal to the ole man, and a lose to the.public.: the former, requires the price of his premises to procure him -food and raiment; and an1 the old hut is not in sufficient repair to shield bitI from the weather, lie has to 'deprive himself of part of his scanty .pension. of 'd. per.day, to pay for .a lodging. The old soldier goes to the furveyor's Office, and thence to the Colonial Secretary's once a week, and being always -worn out with disappointment, and ...

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