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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. Yesterday's Market was a (lull one throughout; there were few dealers, and the supply of grain was not so abundant as last week. Wheat suffered no reduction. Maize continues to improve; this article is daily becoming more s'carce. There were some delicacies of garden produce; young tur nips,.carrots, &c. which soon sold at a dear rate. Potatoes also sold at high prices. Fifteen head of Cattle, varying in quality, fetched an average of 31. 10s. per.head. About four score of pigs were disposed of at low terms. Some fine hay was shewn. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. P59 at 7s.-64 at 7s. Gd.-40 at Ss. Sold out of Market about 100 at 6s. 6d.-Total 863 Bushels. Wheat from 6s. 6d. to 8s. Average on Total sold 7s. per Bushel.-Maize 6s to 7s. 3d.-Barley 7s. 6d.-Oats 3s. 10d. -Butter 2s. 3d. to 3s. per lb.-Cheese Is. 4d-Eggs Is..10d. to 2s. 3d. per doz.-Fowls 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. per couple.-Ducks 4s. 6d. to 6s.-Geese lis.-Turkies 10s. to 14s.-Potatoes 10s. to 18s. per cwt.-Fine...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THlE MO1NIT ?tC You a's seems indeed to be a Journal " open to ai, ' when you give insertion to such Epistles as that which appeared in your last Number from the pen of " Alexander Macleod, J. P." It would have been somewhat to the credit of the " Laird of Luskin tyre" had he adhered, in his letter, a little to the truth-I, Sir, as a person entiiely unconcerned in the Meeting which assembled to CONDOLE with poor Mr. -- , and one who cares not whether that Meeting were RADICAL or jovial, beg you will be pleased to allow me to ask "the Laird" a few questions. 7To Mr. A. Macleod. Ist,-Does your Name not appear in public print as forming one of the Committee for carrying the Resolutions of the Meeting termed "Radical" into effect-and were you not. at Riley's Inn, at the head of a " Select Party" for the accomplishmeut of that object. 2ndly,-Is not the Gentleman whom you first insulted or offended and then' refused to satisfy, your equal in BIRTH, WEALTH, and EDUCA'I'IN ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MIONITOR. SIR, I beg permission to state in Answer to a letter in your paper of Friday last, signed " Concord and Harmony," that the Individuals now constituting the Choir at St. James's Church, were not there at the time when Mr, Ed wards attended, nor did tjey ever receive any instructions from that Gentleman; nor have more than one or two of the tunes previously sung at the Church, be phe Choir was under the direction of Mr. P Your obe SOP9 46

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

SuIPPINGNG N Ews.'-TiiE Marquis of Lonsdowne, esta blished as a regular trader between these colonies and India, returned from the South on Monday; leaving Hobart Town on the 7th - instant, and Maria Island on the '2th-brings tidings of the total loss of the newly built colonial brig, Apollo, Captain Langton, which was wrecked off the latter place on her passage to Port Dal rymple-happily the crew were saved.--The colonial brig, HIawes, Captain Dibbs, belonging to Mr. Campbell, Sen. had arrived at the Derwent from Port Louis, laden with sugar, &c. having had an unusually quick passage. -The Orpheus, which left this Port in November last, was on the point of sailing for Sydney; the successor of Mr. D. C. G. Wemyss, and .his family, had taken their passage in her.-The Snipe, Captain Jamison, for merly of the Active, which vessel was condemned at Calcutta, it is to be feared has been, lost, as she sailed nearly about the same time as the brig Dotterell, (which arrived here in t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SSIR, As your writings prove you to be possessed of a candid mind, I will not adopt the sorry method pursued by the luckless few, who have been the victims of your Inisinfor ination,; nor will I pry into your domestic concerns, and, with unrelenting malignity, assail your private character: but, I will calmlay apprize you, that in your last number, the paragraph,'respe,cting the piece of ground near the Distillery, is not altogether correct; such however are the errors to which the most wary Journalists are continually liable. The facts are :--Mr. S. whom you term Johnny Newcolne, had a proposal made him by the Governor in. Chief, to establish a Nursery Garden contiguous to Sydney; the spot in question was selected by HIis Excellency and approved of by the In dividual (who by the by will have it) for that purpose. He will not sell the Land for 51. per rod or 8001. the acre; but he will convert it into a Nursery Garden, and, in so doing, contribute to th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

TO THE .PUBLIC.-T, S~ale of the Monitor. Jourqgl beih • now 492, to bona fide Subscribers in .wýro South Wales, aind the Sale in Sydney, exceeding, as the ' Undlersigned has rea son to believe, that of his Cuontemporaries, he begs leave to inform the Subscribers thereto and the Public ttn general, that as the next arrival firom England will' bring the De bates consequent on the State of the, A ation, he has been re flecting upon the inconvenience his Readers will sustain by the domestic and other valuable matter which nowo distin guishes the columns of The Monitor, beitg abridged to the degree necessary for the insertion of intelligence of such deep interest as the present unparallelled crisis will. afford in the discussions of a new Parliament, of which one-third are netw Members.' These considerations, strengthened by the very flattering encouragement' twhich the Undersigned h.as re ceived from a liberal, discerning, and patriotic Public, oni his first exertions to instruct and en...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. I SUN rises, at 30 min. past 6. High Water at Port-Jadkson, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 w [ c, min. past 5 Ev. .. SEquation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 1. min. 9 sec. before 12 mean time. I 1st. Sunday after Easter. j Sun sets 59 mini. past 5. SHigh Wate 40 mm. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Even. I St. George. J King George IV. Blirth day kept. . l.High Water, 46 min. past'6 Morn.-20 miin past 7 Ev. St. Mark. " Duchess of Gloucester born, High Water, 41 min. past 7 Morn.-8 at Niglit. Day decreased 3 hours 24 minutes. High Water, 15 in. past 8 Mori. I Dayj 10 Hdutrs 54 Min; long, High Water, 30 min. past 8 Morn.-54 min. liast 8 Nt SNew Moon 7 min. past 1 Aft. |Sun eclipsed, invisible. j" High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37. rain. past 9 Nt. STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH TIiHE VARIATIONS OFi' THE THhRMO1METER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. THIURSDAY ...... 64 67 Light Clouds and Cool. FRIDAY. ........ 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

*WELLINGTON BREWERY. .''PAYNE'S COLONIAL BEER. rT<HE' decided -preference hitherto given to this article by a .lliberal and discrimninating Public, whereby a consump tion far superior to that of all the other Breweries in the Colony put together has always been secured to it,'renders it unnecessary to resort to extraordinary measures in order to enhance its valie: The proprietor, therefore, in 'notifying. a reductioh of Ten Shillings per Hogshead, to take effect from this Date, will only say that the quality of' the Article shall remain unchanged notwithstanding the reduction in the price. PAYNE'S FINE COLONIAL BROWN STOUT. THIS Article is now nearly ready for delivery-a week or ten days will be sufficient to mature it, and, after that period, the public can be supplied, at the rate of Five Pounds per ifogshead, with a strong and wholesome Beverage, such as the Proprietor flatters himself, will render the importation of London Porter hereafter unnecessary. FINE YELLOW, SO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

UM of a superior flavour, for Sale, by the Puncheon, at Mr. Campbcll's, just imported by Ship Elizabeth. Campbell's Wharf, April 18, 1827. S'ITUATION WANTED.-By an elderly Female who has a thorough knowledge of the Dairy in all its Branches. Would have no objection to taike the charge of Children in a respectable Family, and in other respects make herself useful. Emolument not an object piovided the situation is agreeable and respectable. Unexceptionable Referencrs to character as well as Security can be given. Apply at the Monitor Oflice. BILLS ON ENGLAND. £700 STERLING. N consequence of the departure of the (cumnerland on: Wednesday l orning next, the period of receiving Tenders for the Bills on the Treasurers of the Wesleyan Ml issionary Society, will terminate at 10 o'Clock on Fridaiy Morniag the: 24th. Instant. Sydney, April 20th. 1827. SYDNEY : NEW SOUTH WALES : EDITED, PRINTEI), AND PUBLISHED, BY E. S.IIIALL, bOLE PROPRIETOR.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

"VE are happy to learn that Captain Campbell, lady, and infant, were at the Isle of France when the Governor Philip left, waitingtt to take their passage to this Colony on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Gore. CAPTAIN MOTLEY of the Brothers on returning to port, after an ineffectual attempt to make the Western Pas sage through Torres Straits to Batavia, spoke of the wea ther he experienced as dreadful beyond description; such as during his course of Navigation he had never before experienced; for 50 hours his vessel laboured under a heavy gale, which Capt. W. believes to have strained and otherwise injured her, more than an ordinary pas sage from England.to New South WVales and back-again would have done. Notwithstanding all these difficulties he continued his endeavours to beat round the land with extraordinary determination, till at length Hope forsook him, and the safety of crew and vessel compelled him to shape his course back to Port Jackson. She resumed her voyage on Tuesday last. A y...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

MARRIED.—On Wednesday the 16th instant, at Campbell Town, by the Reverend T. REDDALL, EDWARD Cox, Esq. of Mulgoa, son of WILLIAM Cox, Esq of Clarendon, to JANE MARIA, third daughter of RICHARD BROOKS, Esq. of Denham Court. BIRTH.—ON Wednesday the 11th, Inst. MRS. GURNER, of O'Connell Street, of a daughter. DEATHS. ON the 4th Instant, at Vineyard Cottage Parramatta, Lieut. Charles M'Arthur R. N. of a sudden attack of Epilepsy. ON Thursday the 12th Instant in Pitt Street, Mrs. MARIA LEVY, after a long illness.

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Domestic Intelligence resumed. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

Domestic Intelligence resumed. " One of our contemporaries, on Friday last, gave the following:-Ocar recent SUpply .of Newspapers will enable us to resume the series of articles which have ap peared in the Mornina Chronicle. 'No., i2 will appear in our next. " Now, our RIeaders will be pleased to recol lect, that we haave long since questioied the authenticity of these said articles, if we have not furnished proof of the same ;' and in addition to that incertitude which we have laudably generated in the minds of the public, since the said articles are almost universally allowed to be fiction,, we further state, that the Editor in question did not receive any supply of newspapers by the last arrival from England. The Monitor had papers forwarded to the 19th of November, The Sydney Gazette down to the 23d, but neither The Australian nor The Gleance..received a tittle of News, except that which was picked, up pro miscuously. We should have no objection to wager a dinner fora doebh-the ...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. ROYAL PALACES—NATIONAL DISTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. ROYAL PALACES-NATIONAL DISTRESSES. (From the Moriring Chronicle.) We have been favoured with a copy of rather a singular letter from the Count de B---, Piedmontese Refugee in London, addressed to Don X. an exiled Spaniard, who has sought safety in Englaniid from the persecution of- Ferdiia and : " I have never ceased to speak to& Mr. C. about relieving the great distresses of the unfortunate Italians and Spaniards, who have sought an asylum in this generous country. I told him that the English Government had always afforded houn tiful relief to those who had suffered in the cause of Royalty, and: they ought not to withhold a miserable pittance from the Italians and Spaniards who had suffered in the cause of liberty and justice ; they had pensioned the Toulonese and Corsican Emigrants, the American Loyalists, and all the French Loy alists; and as to the withdrawing the allowance to a few poor starving Spaniards and Italians, it was disgraceful. " ' True,...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

TI-ll: MO1 ITORt'. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1827. ,?ME laughed ?s h'eartily at The Australian's stdck' of jokes lately' expended on the tIonourables,-Venerables, and' Worshipfuls of this Soiutherri Englaisd i'mi niatture, thlitve wete determined 'to put no ditmper on the Doctor's risi bility till: he' had' qulie fihish'ed entertaining himhself and the public at the expense of the said'Authorities. But his stock on hand being now rut out, it 'begifis to be 'our duty, like all sober-become men, to reckinr up the over night's score. To return 'then to that gravity of 'de meanour which as the* Minitor of our' ",infafit Enipire" it beedmes us to sustain, we haVe 'to observe, that while we agree with The Australian on the impropriety of' Agents buyin'g Cattle of -theinmelves for !their Constithi ents, we at the sani atinielcotistdbr'the argument of Dr. Wardell on one poin't'dssunied-co- equiently if the as sumption be proved to be ivrong; some portion' of the conclusion must ,be w'rotli' too. Fr...

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SWAN SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

SWAN SOUND. Swan SOUND our Readers are aware is situate right across this Island-Continent, taking a direction due West from Sydney, and is in latitude 34 South. The whole coast on the West side of New Holland front North to South, has vulgarly been considered a bleak, inhospitable, unhealthy, marshy or mountainous or inac cessible country. How far These notions are correct in one instance the following account will shew. HARBOUR. Swan River runs from the interior 60 miles into an estuary, and the latter ends in Swan Sound, in which H.M.S. Success found safe anchorage. Into     the estuary runs another large stream, which takes its rise about 40 miles from the harbour, and is called Moreau River. The tide rising only two feet makes the currents of the river very slow. A good port a few miles to the Southward was discovered and called Port Success. CLIMATE. The Climate is similar to and equally good        ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

3;1. ct? CH AEL ENGiR2VE 1UAND UICOPPER-PLATE i~ I - "1 P E rr!.a. ýhipoeýc er ·0 .Thanbso.to those' kind F {,wl have favored im with their Pptronages andSupport, *an? hl0ea iy, strict attention ft their commanids to merit r con StihI e of their Favours. He begs to informni them and the Public, that he has removed to'No. 2[ Castlereagh-'street; neat- the * Coqt,;i.ousq., where he continues to Engrave Landscapes, Coats otr 'Aýrth nd Initials 'in Gord, Silver' &c. &c. Also, Plates, for Bile 'Or Echange, .Billbof Lading, Ornamental Cards, Tickets and'" Bills of Pa-elsr on the shortest Nobtice and the most reasonable rersk 21, Castlereagh-street Sydney, - 2t1 "January, 1827 JT CRISP, Member of the St. Pancrass Collegeof Vete qj rinary Surgeons,. bega leave to return his: sincere thanks' toihis.Friends and the Public, for the very liberal-encouragie meat jhe has met -with-in-hisprofession, and .hopes by his umn reipittinguattention, to. merit, a continuance of that patron...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

SHIPPING INTELL IGENCE.     ARRIVALS,—On Monday, H. M. S. Success, Captain Stirling, from King George's Sound, on the 3rd instant.— Passengers—Major Lockyer, 57th Regiment, and Mr. Frazer, Colonial Botanist; also the Ship Marquis of Lansdown, Capt. Noyes, from Hobart Town on the 8th instant, and Maria Island on the 12th,—Passengers—Mr. Shand, and Mr. Richard Underwood.—Lading---460 half Chests of Tea. On Wednes- day, H. M. S. Rainbow, Captain the Honourable J. D. Rous, from New Zealand on the 10th instant. DEPARTURES.-On Friday, the Schooner Elizabeth and Mary, for New Zealand. On Tuesday, the Andromeda, Captain Muddle, and the Brothers, Captain Motley, for Bata- via; also the Lord Rodney, for the Isle of France. On Wed- nesday, the Philip Dundas, Captain Scarville, for the Mauritius; the Hope, Captain Cunningham, for Hobart Town, and the Barque Lynx, for the Whale Fishery. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—The Brig Governor Philips, was appointed to sail for Moreton B...

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SELECT POETRY. THE LIGHT-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

THE LIGHT-HOUSE.   The scene was more beautiful far to my eye Than if day in its pride had arrayed it ; The land-breeze blew mild, and the azure-arched sky, Look'd pure as the:spirit that made it.     The murmur rose soft as I silently gazed       On the shadowy waves' playful motion,       From the dim distant isle, till the lighthouse fire blazed, Like a star in the midst of the ocean.   No longer the joy of the sailor boy's breast   Was heard in his wildly-breathed numbers ; The sea-bird had flown to her wave-girted nest ; The fisherman sank to his slumbers. One moment I look'd from the hill's gentle slope,   All hush'd was the billow's commotion ; And I thought that the lighthouse look'd lovely as Hope, That star of life's tremulous ocean. The time is long past, and the scene is afar, Yes, when my head rests on its pillow, Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER (No. 17.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, AIRIL 14, 1827. rpHE KING, having been graciously pleased' to no I.tminate the. Reverend Charles Pleydell Neale Wilton, Clerl, Master 'of Arts, to a Chaplaincy in New South SWales, and he being approved of by the Ecclesiastial. Board for the Colonies,` the 'Goveruor, upon the Recom niendatioh of the Archdeacon, hais .been pleased to ap point him to officiate at the Field of Mars and Castle Hill. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No 18.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, APRIL.14, 1827. Y'r HE KING has been graciously pleased to appoint .I. the Reverend C. P. N. Wilton, Clerk, M. A. and -Mrs. Elizabeth Wilton, tobe Muster and Matron of the. Female Orphan Institution ;-The appointment to bear Date from the 18 Instant. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 19).CoLoNIAr SZCR1ETARY'S OFFICE, April 14, 1S27. THEREAS, by a Government and General Order, V dated the 25th of May, ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 20 April 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. POLICE, NEWCASTLE,-A resident thinking that he   had lost, or who in reality lost, a ladder, and thinking also that the same might be on the premises of one Stone, put himself at the head of 2 or 3 constables, and sallied forth in quest of his property; but it turned out that his ladder was not at Stone's. The latter accord- ingly expostulated with his neighbour on the impro- priety of his proceedings, and wished to know by what authority the constables appeared on his premises ? but received no answer. Stone soon found that neither the magistrate nor the chief-constable, (a man much and de- servedly esteemed by the inhabitants) were acquainted with this proceeding of their bustling, busy subs. Cap- tain Wright in strong terms condemned the conduct of the constables, and assured them, that a repetion of such behaviour would meet with examplary punishment from him.-William Pitt and James Gough, prisoners of the crown, for striking the constables wh...

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