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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 February 1829

SMaeLNCfioi'Y OccuRnRENC -.-A vr old Cold - nist,' a, French Gentlethen, 'highly allied generally understood to be -a branch of the Royal famv.ily of Bourbon, has lately been missing in Argyle, and it is supplsed he now lies a corpke in* some part of those dreadful 'yawning gullies which lead to Shoal Haven. Moninieur Louis was an Emigrant who fled from Paris in 1792,; an4 .was induced, under the patronage of the l3ritishlGoverinment, to cone over to N. S. Wales iithe' early settlement of the Colony. M. Louis wks a Catholic Gentleiaii and a'cholai; ; and what is-still. "more, he walia sincere Christian. Such was the meek-i ness of his msanersr his simple unaffected .goodness,. that, aided by 'is' erudition, his influence on his family in guiding their 'faitrl, wits' such at'might be' expected.' His onl-y daughter mard'led'"a Gentleman about 17', years ago of. good family, who 'settled with bji' Iife and Father-?zi-law in' Argyle,.n ,a rich vale of that. otherwise barren County. M. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 February 1829

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. tom' pedero thfl !101onprr,-f-Gentlemen of rank, gE? ? litar officers, whet?er'. tubscribers to this journal or not, are infor ed, that"it will be e daeemed afdvour if they wilt. tr.nsmit to the oflice of i;the Monitor. a memoraridi m cf 'any birth, death;'ot' !n arriage, wwhichImay take place in their families or arnong telier -c.nedison' either in the Colainy or in England. Tbitif and tstyle of such coiannca tidns, will be imphlitlcjtobserved by our prinat,?t,:. e, wished td make` ttits journal a register of-.jinpidenta pf this kind, as well for the graitfcatition of, our.Co. lental, as of-our foreig? readers. SALES BY AUCTION BY ...",. S, LVONS, i,he ?esidence or Mr. Melville, corner of Market anii itt Streets, on Wednesday the 4th February, at ir o'clock, without. ' "CHOICE selection ot Goods, consisting ,l: cf 46 rich silk cloaks, i12 silk dresses and ,selisses. children's cloth and striped jean atresses, lcdies' muslin, prints and stuff dresses, ladies' r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 February 1829

)I)W% t;ýlvt.sittitiýe1rhý~tlt? AV11J s 1 iwil *,t # rl ru aet * 'cs Ltiac.t t 'U sEr uj.i"sl)A, t a ' - tr '.Laiu situate I ':t. the .seacr .of' KeasL, ý'i~e 1+t ta1!'t' tUict .l ý'itºaa ;ýCýýa '.' s-ruuwan . n 4i ih"ý Crri thrin', . parlour. aliajiiiiLiLe ;; t u~ad C1411-l3, 4).wi aC MLlte; ,lA I'. t,2 aiy+uey, kcI.CQpe. fet n . L~IlI ~fhiaalp++u ,i& ket.~k thewýlw tat h4+e i still tr r , a º,te ijauur .iur l.n s a in sh g:In~ue,' ýtiuý 8 ruýs.lf+, &c. 411i.id 'i'is I' 01aw5: tl ur iii the itist1 dn untaitiadof sTat fe- )D. rºsptuwa tk rnt?'; b gil.r't rEM feet~. i3,16,;· 6 s 9, tiad 1 snit' i` ' *la.t; uhe i , wi sua-' ºItvka 'Vejlahirl it` the i.ii~i riatca'r ii guliajuiliaatiuu to bs~cthe m. aiy t in t he, most SUbIcatttu state .~kj~ c ~ aI they rike their futre in 'all 4nlawtc' iot:~s ;i itd L aI i\r Nw t'.les, tdy bill .'3o,' h I.a69,k;.i ah1: us rdrdjmtililuey, will l, kien ;"y It totts wisti, tn.\on'equCee tg: at recntu 5I'u tititci' Lw, Lia, eM'~e Lad.1k.u ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 February 1829

T'. Tr? k EDIT' o. R O 1 - hMONe IT.(t SIR, '· v I-vro observed in ;your valuable paper of t?e 23rd. ultimo, some, rcniarks orcasioned.l. iv, the mnapuer iin which. thq late unfortunate .E~-t wards aliuasrI.oukaye, come. by. 'his dea't; in hope thit.this commuimcaton may;v meet thei eye of the Attorney 'Guneral, I state for his tand the Australian publie infomnatio1n, a certain circum stance vof receint ortrc rrence. ON-the 18th of= Noventher last, crown prisbner Thomas Chrawn. (principal over.eer of' the go= vernment domains, gardens, and paddiuchs) i nla tdie of Norfolk Island, convicted eleven' years sinicel fur sheep .stealing,,in V., D.- . Ls nd, witn s?ent -to, the bush for "thel Ipurpose of shoonting otme' choice birdF, with. orders tot'eatirii tro the "e'ttlement withoiut fail in 14 days. weeks :eeks. elapsedl withdut'his" retnrnin'g, 'a; 'which 0 pieriod two 0ri6oners one of whomll (named )tavio,) was perfectly. acquainted-, with the Country fot 60 miles in cir'culterence f...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 February 1829

DEATH. The Death of MR. Robert Howe, Propri- etor, Editor, and Printer of the eldest Colonial Journal, The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, occurred on Thursday even- ing last, by the upsetting of a boat, in which in company with his infant child and a servant, at the mouth of Sydney Cove, he had been taking the pastime of angling. We thus have the painful duty to record the death of an eccentric but worthy man, who, had his education and bringing-up not been entirely neglected in his youth, would have been a brilliant character both in mind and heart. Mr. ROBERT HOWE was the son of the late Mr. George Howe of this Colony, a per- son of good family long resident in the Is- land of St Kitts, and where the King's Press of that Island had been in their hands from time immemorial. Mr. Robert Howe, in the early period of his life, through a want of pa- rental energy and foresight, was left to grow up wild and uncultivated. His pursuits led all men at that time, to consider ...

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THE LATE MR. HOWE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 3 February 1829

T'HE LATE Mr. HOWE On Friday, in the afternoon, an inquest, com- posed, of respecta ie householders, was - held on the remains of this unfortunate Gentlemen. By     the evidence of the witnessess examined,- it ap- peared, that Mr. Howe bought a. boat on Thurs- day morning, and in the afternoon about 5 o'clock, taking his infant child and his groom alng with   him, (the latter carrying a basket coztaining re- freshment,) he went on board, and rowed as far as Pinchgut Island, and there made the boat fast to the shore, while they fished. Some time elapsed in fishing, when the sails, underwent at the hands of the groom, some handling or al- teration. Mr. Howe rose suddenly to take his   child from one situation in the boat; to fix it in another, when the breeze, which had suddenly sprung up, operated so much on the sails, that ai- ded by Mr. Howes new perpendicular position the little vessel went over, and every thing fell into &am...

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Commissarias Office, Sydney 3rd June, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

Cdummissariat.Ofce, Sydney 3rd June, 1828. SIR, With.xeference to your letter,of the 10th ultimo, I have to acquaintyou, that His Excellency the Governor, has been pleased to confirm the acceptance of Mtr. .Neare's Tenders; of eight thousand pounds of pork a. ,cl.en pence per pound. I am, air, Your most obedient servant JAMES LAIDLEY. Mm. GO.',8rith,: OCmnmissariat Clerk, Port Macquarie.. S,'?riSa true, Mr.' Smith in- consulting with Capt. Crotty,respecting the last.mentioned tender of1Mr Nearve, in April 1828, told him that he considered that Neave, rather than not obtain the tender, would take 6d'; and accordingly .he advised the' Captain to offer Gd. But whether the latter was in a generous mood that day, or whether he ilreadlv conceived the idea of helping Mr. Neave, to fnliil his contract, by selling him his own over. pus of ration-pork, or the carcasses of. his own Ballyngarra herd of swine. "there' feedingi" we know not. Certain it is, he preferred giving Mr. Nea've the price...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

Wi are 'surprlied to find the new R0e. Editor G4 the' Sydney Gazette, publishing euch- septi.mentt a' the following in that Jou'rnal of :Saturday i.3t. " We have been favored'ivith a kind letter fromn o;. , ' vindicating the lamented Mr. Howe from the asper sions of the last number of the SYnDsY MO)NITon. We sincerely thank OMESA for this disinterested tri= bute to the memory of our departed friend ; but we cannot think it necessary' to take any pains to . refute the base calumnies of the Journal alluded to, for we well know they have only excited the disgust of a sympathising public. The sordid passion inipu ted to the deceased, as his ruling impulse, is know'n by every one to have had no existence in his breast; and we are aware of the truth of. OMIGs's assertion that the calumniating Editor in qles'ion had suffi cient reason to be convinced of the pure benrevoleni e which shone 'with so coUnspicionu a lustre in Mr. Howe's habitual actions. OCMEro is also right in in timatiugthat,...

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Commissariat Office, Sydney, 15th Sept. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

Cornr.issariat Office, Sydnedy, 15th Sept. 1828. Sit, I am favored with your letter of the 7th Instant, and.by the same conveyance have received your pro vision accounts for the period, from 15th of May, to 24th of July, the examination of which will be en tared upon immediately. By thi3s oportunity, I forward you a further supply of .provisions, and an additionalquantity of wheat say about 350 bushels, and 40,000 lbs of salt provisions. -You will find.the la*ter of a very superior description to that cured ltst year, much greater pains having been taken with regard to the mode of preparing it, 'With this .I trust you will be able to issue what remains now with you of the last yeas *' supply, without subjec ting Government to any loss by condemnations, which on every account. ought .if possible at the same ilme., that it is to be plainly understood, that 1 do not wish on any account whatever, that improper meat. should be issued either to troops or prisoners. The pork sent down i3 e...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 3rd, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

HOUSE OF COMMONS, jt.LY 3rd, 1828. Mu. BRg apuTON presented 'a petitiozi fromm= C~olonel Bradley, and :aid, that although he could-" .not, agree on all the Petitioner's statements, he ' neverthelese thought thmt-it wa a dcase of great. hardship. The honourable arid :learned Gentl :" man here statedthe generalnature of the Petition,...: which was to tie effect, that althouglt Colonel Bradley had-obtained a verdict against Colonel Arthur, yet that, owing to the absence of the lat:. ter from tlie country, he had neve be .b t able, ta:i procure from' -him 'catber damages or costs,, and 'ad his own costs to pay into the' bargain. T.'e' petitio a er prayed that "the House would take liti? case into consuleratiodt;. and grmnt, him such relief, as they might think fit to afford . Sii"1H Hardinge aid, -that Jihe as not .~:?l ac. gqainted with- his case, but bhe?w?sii tfpg' ' W ar and Colonial Departmetss were to put the question to CouionA1. A'thui-, 'iit w oulbe attended' .with a.reasonable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

.'e beg to inform our ,uisbtrbbr ba o m n orstin .. country, they must consider the dedtieryofothelr a, ' papers by us to the Post-master in Sydiey' as r? .-do our friends up the ouit*4y, anid to oucr new.cs-arrier as regard) our fiends in Town, a valid .'dell"ery" to them in law resb~pctiely.; the . same. d: if pt .... into their own hands. Subscribers who do notr rcciaea ..' their. papers regularly, are requiested to conila4i toi we by letter; (post paid) .an4d as far as we an; weJ wil remedy the erilt But we will not be answerabteifor. a h; delivcry of our Journal'in -z m'ore.'e e' ': t man n:er than thus set forth. This is the* aC;*dhiit ' . which ce sell 'our Journal, and of whic7'e WeC erQbh?i reguesl all o??SkIbacribers to take aotiv. - 7le publie ar'edEtiioned to pay no?moniey, or/?;i.t'"aft y settlenent.: on, 'account, of the Propi otor. b thi Journal, without demanding a~,PiaNTEi?E r cte signed by.rhi.m in his own prop"er hand writiipn Money?pe;dadon his account withoutsuc...

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SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

SYDNEY MARKE'T' A~vrrage price of Wbcat 8s. Gd.---Maize has. Oda: sr-' l.ey 4,. ;d.-Ojts Os. Od.-Fine Flour 23a. Ctg.; peq4 i cwt.--Scconds 20.. Stg. -J-otatoes 228e. -to 2O. 1h;ttý r IL. 61. to 2s. 1d.---E gs 3i.--(. ioue,3d.. ,A ý C:c i6. 3d. to is. 9d.-Br ad Ghd. to 6nl.Fd)rtýii1 ; dear.-Fowls 6s. to is. per couple--=Ducki $s ti. 10u. per couple--Geeus 1a. each---Turkiem"r 2 each. No. 81. Grcig: Street Sydney New SoutA W~eSf ' I ZDJTdtD. PRINJED, AND PUBL8lIlt; D I DT TH. PROPUIETU, A:DWAR AD 51I5TIT 1 LX.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

SNOT I'CE TO THE PUBLIC. "P the readers of the ,ifonitor.-Gentlemen of rank, icivj ~tl military officers, whether subscribers to . in or not, are informed, that it will I,e es T M'our if they will transmit to the office of ' o .oa memorandum of any birth, death, or whlich may take place in their families or kmon~'Xth irt connexions either in the Colony or in Eungla-. The form and style of such conmmunnica ?tios, will be implicitly observed by our printer, as it :is w?ishe1l to make this journal a register of incidents Lof this kind, as well for the gratification cof our Co )anial, as of our foreign readers. 14 ISAXON RAMS FOR SALE. MrVTWENTY-ONE fine young RtAMS, I.l from the Saxon Rams of the Rlever iend Samuel M.arsden, will be sold in ,lote, and may be seen depasturing in Hyde Park until Thursday the I2th instant, orn ,which day, if not previously sold, they will .be put up foasa2e by Public Auction, in the iMarket-placieSydney, by Mr. Robt. Cooper. Other particulars will be give...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

A·rri?vals.=--On Thursday. last, t?ei Crrrrency fx., "," ,from l'ort Dalrymple; cargo, whet, wool, and rii dries. Same day, the ~Sapper, from a sealing voy:;i2. 13th Decemnber last; cargo 750 sealskins, &c. Sca?e day,thle Fairy, frrom a sealing voyage 5th Oc.:bc ; cargo, 700 seal-sk)n,.'&e. Saine day, the Per.ia.', from london the 29th of August last, HIobart Tov. a 29th .January; cargo, mares, sheep, nud sundrit, s. Yesterdaythe Conet, from Greenock the 14th of Au 'gu· t last, Hobart Town 4th instant. Depar turea. On Thurrsday last, the ac&elIIa, fdr 'Norfold Island. Saturday, the lBritannia for Londogr, Lord Liverpool for Newcastle, Waterloo for 1ort ?l). rymple., Yesterd??'ath Goverzwor Phillips for Mwue:;.a ,'; Bay. , Projected hIpartwreas..-- -Ce?~ Lass, for Nrý.o , tie, and I?,uter fo New Ze l l the .1Oth Ze'-'' Tht6 IRlic for ,l?.bar iio a .,,,,-,.(i Xltt 44t5f 7,

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Commadent's Office, Port Macquaric 26th April 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

Commandant's office, Port Macquarie 26th April 1828. Sir, For your information and guidance, I beg to acquaint you, that I have accepted the enclosed Tender for Salt Pork. Your obedient Servant, F. C. CROTTY Commandant. Mr. G . Smith, Commissariat, Clerk in charge, Port. Macquarie,    

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Port Macquarie, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

Port Macquarie, 1829. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, Sir,   The conduct of the Authorities at this settlement, render it a duty to the Government, to society, and the country at large,, to put a stop to their practices. I know of no other method so likely as through the columns of your truly valuable paper. That it is the duty of an upright and independent Magistrate, to dispence Justice impartially to all, I flatter myself no one will have the hardihood to deny. This position being granted, how much more does it behove a man who is vested with absolute power like unto a Commandant, to keep his character unsullied ? Every individual under the command of such a personage, is more or less influenced in their actions by his conduct. It is my wish however Mr. Editor to let facts speak for themselves. I shall therefore commence without further preface. It has been remarked with justice, that a wise monarch can be ascertained, by his selection of advisers. This will app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

U-C o.?O WAINEISR AND HARNESS 'Miou our custom is requested y the Uii signed, at his. shop now :.oI'e in Yori ?treet, near the corner of 'g Street, for the purpose of supplying yon arid the public with a good and durable article ..of LEATHER. ,A large supply will ,.be kept- on sale. .Also soap- and can -,dlqs. A Butcher's shop will also shortly be opened :-adjoining the' premises, to supply the best Sbeef and mutton that can be procured, 'vwholesale, and retail, for ready money-only. Also a good Bakehouse, Loft, and Oven to' s let, ehqaire on the premises. 1. R. WILSHIRE. SSUMDIER WINE8. ''' ?impagne of superior quality Chateau Margaux "1 I -Ditto Larose Clarets Good ' Vin Ordinair?" High' flavoured Bucellas Altimeirim .'CadavalHock Light Wht eWines' +Sauterne Marsalla A choice assortment of Ports, Sherries, ~pd Madeiras. :rNo. 3, Pitt-street. J. S. HARRISSON MR. THOMAS RAINE begs to acquaint the Public, that he has for sale at his stores, in Bligh-street, and also at the Dar ling M...

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No. 83. Commisariat Office, Sydney, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

+ .t o. P3. . , C'ornristariaI V4jce, Sydneyi, JuIg 23, 1821. SSubjoined is the Copy of a letter addressed nee yý thre Honounrable the Coloniarl Secretarly, con riyn l.E£zcelLency .s instructions, that the greatest 1 tae cay e o taken of the glrain at PortMar c 41k, t:''dcIr it to ýe pkaecri is r/surge of ·.i·cm L aivye tbhre ore to request, that you 7ilI rezStPe a t ' cc'qnais ari; Stores, such quantities as may [-I +4tor delivery; being particulllrly careful that 't is perfectlyd cy, annd use every mans in your -ower "o yreu Per rvat tl ewhe under, your Charge, by having it f qtntientiiy t9ecd.; in order to aEcconplikh which, it dill be necesearv for yon to apply to the Conzm n lau:, tor OLch ar number of labourer a, as w.ill be able to tura it over once every day... f" "uill be pleased to inform me from time to 1a8e,-Of the qulanitk you have on hand, and alto . Setbertheie will bJ more than a sufficiemcy for tae liply of.. the station; if eo, hbw much, ;3 li!i s#,r la++. b) e tur...

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STATE TRIAL, VOL. XXVIII. (Being Vol. VII of the continuation) 42—44 George III—A. D. 1802—1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

STATE TRIAL, VOL. XXVIlI. (Being Vol. vIl of the continuation) 42-44 George IIt--A. D. 1802-1803. 648. Proceedings on the trial of an indictmgl, agoinst Jsepb Wtall, ~Isa. smnetimne Govewrnor L' GoreC in .4frica, for the murder of lBetajnnn 4rm stroog ; tried tIfore the Court holden under a special Conuaidsson at the Sessions house in the Oldl Daily, on the 20th day of January: 42 GEORGE 111. A. u. 1802. Sessions Hlouse, Old Daily, January 20, 1802. PRESENT. The fi-'it llonourable Sir Archibald Macdo nald ,. dichief baron of the Court of E.xche T'he HIonourable Sir Soulden Lawrence, one of thle jutsices of the Court of Kin:i'6-bench; the Ulhnourable Sir (;Ilsa Itouke, olne of the justices of the Court of Ct'lunmtol Pleas. The ildictment was opened by pMr. Abbot (af trrwards Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Kingi'-be.Ich,) I'ris'ner --My Lord, -I cannot hear in this place; I hope your lordj-hip will peru:it me to si. l1eatI lily toutinsel. Lord Chief farosn Mfacdona!d.-I: is perfec...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 9, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829

IUGN'DAY AV gERNOON, F, BRUARY 9, 1829; Y1 IT remainssMill a mystery, whlP'ý nv$itiJý flhi ý renal system of Norfolk Iblhnnd; late' G o.mi orra Island. Wc Begiin to Muipct ti`Ir.'B ig +a of thts picce of pbikuophy.~ Ant[ yet be ·b nise1 wass' eO averce flrotl '"i' thling like dijorcE froin'tbe *other sex, that he li3 Iirbecen 'kno'wn-tot-ake up with very inferior eoanpaag rnyr~: rather than bare none at all. W Lfffi"i ` ; pl 'Mr. Ilicgg was a woit accompished ýgjeiwtluiema, · and a most ilndustrioius wacn (if busici s,} ; e='" equally convince I he wsia' an ot'rre -a mere chronticler and clerkj : aidct that ` Xf01 league was u Iii respEct nrthsut poor ' - 'ý`. C.. ~ ' I~ , shali'not?t rid o'i the~ baleful. in ai -6c of a Mr. Bigge's measures, for 'half a ucr to- -come. Amon .. other evils, sis procurin.g us a Church. and SCHOOL Corpora-' .i'fn,lto lord it over .uswas.W o?n, and a lazy man if the name of Brnaed, to accept £500 of our' money every' year, sad to amock us with the name ...

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