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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

,jU *SyDýEY MON ,IOlt JOURNLAL FOR SALE. EIEMEAS, in June 1827, the Propri etor and Editor o The' ,Sqidney Monitor Joýidl,. rented tor life of ihe Church War dells of the King's Church of St. Janies, a certain pew, at the yearly rent of Three p1,,uds per annum ; anld whereas, the Vene rablQArchdeacon Stott, did in July last, dispssess the said Proprietor and Editor and his Finuiy of the said Pew, by force, to wit, by His flajesty's Coilsta'lles ; nt with sta-ding that the law says, '" the Defendant shall not be ousted of his possession till the Sitle- be found or adjudged for the Kingi;" . . .acon, vol. 5. p. 567); and whereuathe Said Proprietor 'and Editor made certai nm ents ; as he conceived, and still conce es, comments fair and reasonable, as became ,a free Pless, on the public condhect ofthe said 'Venerable Arcbdeaccn Scott inii general, and ton his conduct in regard to the said pew, in particular; and whereas, at the instance of the said Archdeacon, the stid Proprietor and Ed...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

To Till EDITOa OF THE SYiNZVY MONITOR Early ib February last, two General Orders were received by Captain Crotty from the ,Colaonial ', Secretary's Otfice, the one prohibiting all free indivi duals from employing a prisoner under any. pretence, and from all manner of t,afficking with them; and the other prohibited all tree individuals from cultivating more land than sufficient to grow themselves veCget?a bles and a little maize for their poultry, both of which. orders were to be read once at least every month .tO the prisoners; but in DIRECT DISOBEDIENCE, the reading had been altogether dispensed with, and at this moment the Commandant, the Acting E~fineer, (both J. P's.) the Suparintendant, Pilot, and ,sistant Surgeon, all have farms ; the two former are worked by crown prisoners and soldiers ; the latter by crowD. prisoners only, the profits arising therefrom going iS to the pocketsof the J.P's. with two Goveinment boats to go to and from the farms. The Command.it has also a crown...

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PORT MACQUARIE AND CAPTAIN CROTTY 39th. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

PORT MACQUARIE AND CAPTAIN CROTTY 39th. Continued. Mr. Gilbert Smith was not the only officer at Port Macquarie, who on the accusations of his secret calumniators, and without a hearing on his part, was dismissed and publicly disgraced. The following notice was one day found recorded in the public Order-book at Port Macquarie, which was the only notice Captain Bell ever had of his dismissal. (' Extract from the Colonial Secretary's letter, to Captain Aubin.) No. 28, dated the 16th of Oct. 1828. "Orders have been given, to the Deputy Com '" missary General, (Laidley) to dismiss Mr. Bell " also, the assistant Store-keeper, for his highly "insubordinate and improper conduct, towards a former Commandant" (Capt. Crotty.) " It " is hoped, that these examples will prevent a " recurrence of similar instances."'' Before we analyse this charge against Mr.   Bell, we will just state, that his family in Scotland is well known to many persons in Sydney, to be most respectable. After...

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NEWCASTLE. Samuel Wright Esq., Police Magistrate, (late Capt. in the Buffs) AND Mr. D. F. Mackie, late Superintendent of Convicts &c., at same place. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

NEWCASTLE. Samuel Wright Esq., Police Magistrate, (late   Capt. in the Buffs) AND Mr. D. F. Mackie, late Superintendent of Con victs &c., at same place. We have had letters anonymously signed, lying past us for a long time, which we hesitated to publish until the statements contained in them were confirmed by respectable testimony. These letters we received from Convicts stationed at Norfolk Island, Bathurst,   Port Moreton, Port Macquarie, and Newcastle. In   our last number we published part of our information respecting Port Macquarie, and this day we shall con   sider that subject. We shall now lay before the public certain proceedings which took place at New castle, Hunter's River; about which there was   much noise when the Commissioners of Enquiry took their two or three several voyages thither about a year ago. And in our next, or at a very early period, we shall present our English readers and H. M. Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

'Our Advertising Friends are re quested to do us the favour of send ing ub their Monday Advertisements as soon after 9 o'clock as possible; otherwise our publishing will be so late in the evening as to. give gene al .dissatisfaction. S NOTICE TO-CORRESPONDENTS. tr. Tarlinton's paper has been always regularly sent: through the post-office at Sydney, post paid. That it should never have reached him, does not however. surprise us. The Parramatta post-office is notorious for not delivering the contents of its bags from Syd ney, whether letters or newspapers. We shall send it to the gentleman he mentions, by the coach, as we are compelled to do fifty others, by which we save the postage, and the parties then get their letters and pspers regularly. The new post was justly termed,. , a sham post." We are afraid however, no im provement will be made during. the, present ad ministration. COMM[SSARIAT? DEPARTMENT. C 'ommissarirt Ofice, Sydney, 12th February, 1829 FPIHE FOLLOWING AILRTICLES be...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Port Macquarie. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Port Macquarie. To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sir, 'The willingness you have on so many occasions evinced, to give publicity to the wrongs of the injured, and proclaim to the Colony, at large, the misconduct of men in office, in duces me to send for insertion in your valu- able Paper, a short Journal that will put your   readers in passession of the "-Very body of the times "Its form and pressure," in this of late misgoverned devoted Settleinant.; but as it is my wish to let facts speak for them selves, I shall begin without preface. In January last, Mr. Scott, then Superinten. I dent of the Plantation Establishiment, was re- I moved to Head Quarters by His Excellency the Governor. He at that time possessed a quantity of pigs, and having no means of conveying them to the Settlement, was reduced to .the atl ter.native of selling them to Dr. Mc'lntyre at 2d per pound alive, or leaving them behind, and 'consequently losing them for ever; it is scarce...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

Shipping Intelligence Arrivals--On Monday, the Harriet from London, August 20th; Hobart Town 2nd Inst.; general cargo and seven passengers. On Thursday; the City of Edinborough from Moreton Bay; cargo, pine spars   on Government account. Passengers, a detachment of the 39th and 57th Regt. Same day, the Columbia from New Zealand, January 30th; cargo, spars, flax, &c. Departure - Currency Lass, for Newcastle the 9th, Hunter for New Zealand; Fairy for Newcastle the 13th; Caroline for New Zealand, and Hebe for Hobart   Town this morning. Projected Departures - Lambton - for Port Stephens the 18th instant; Diadem for the Isle of France, and Vittoria for Batavia the 19th instant; Lady Blackwood   for London the 22nd instant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

NOTICE IT having been represented to me, that ex ,tensive depredations have been for some time past, and now are, committed on my l:aýds, comprising fifteen hundred and fifty :.aeres, known by the name of" Leagh Farm." and late the property of Mr. Joseph Penning ton deceased, and situate, on the left bantk of the first branch 'of Hunter's River. in the County of D*rhban : These are therefore to caution all persons to abstain from trespass ing thereon,. either by cutting. down .the timber, and splitting of shingles, grazing cattle, -or otherwise.-It is.-further notified to all whom, it may concern, that I have au thorised Mr. Francis. Williams of Newt astle, to impound any cattle so.found, -and to seize upon all such timber and shingles, as well as. to prosecute any person or persons trespass in" as aforesaid on the said estate. "itt Street, Feb. 16th 1829. GEORGE WILLIAMS. .T f . CHEAPEST WAREHOUSE IN SYDNEY, IS J AMES SIMMONSS Jerusale. Ware-.. house, George-street,bas just receive...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

- o i? A Good Joke. Captain Crotty we are-0iforrtii-' wishes, thowgh out of all civil commnand, asd?eln e-. p slats Capta!n in the 39th regiment of 'foot, tob cmn sidered by our Attorney General so ranch an Oslcr ,r of State as to be the subject of moviag against nub ar e?x .j;cio prosocution for libel ! ! ! ' Nothing hor*tV'er will jnshfy the Captain's character but civil purgattikos. We are ?orry to be the means of .ijuring any o. Blut our duty is impqrative. Our columns to a .t-', tent at present, or any future period, shall be op ,til't the Captais's defne, ; but if be resort to the Iatbi, lt?! it be on. the civil side of our Court. :{,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

TO TIIH EDITOR O! THE SYvDNT MOIr1TeO.3 Sin, . Early in February last, two General Orders were received by Captain Crotty from tht`C61onial Secretary's Office, the one prohibiting all free indivi duals from employing a prisoner under any preteeCr, and from all manner of tiaf/?fing with them; and the other prohibited all tree individuals from cultivating more land than sufficient to grow themselves vegeta bles and a little maize for their poultry, both of which orders were to be read once at least every month to the prisoners; but in DIRECT DISOBEDIENCE, the reading had been altogether dispensed with, and at this moment the Commandant, the Acting Engineer, (both J. P's.) the Superintendant, Pilot, and Assistant Surgeon, all have farms; the two former are worked by crown prisoners and soldiers ; the latter by crown prisoners only, the profits arising therefrom going in to the pocketsof the J. P's. with two Government boats to go to and from the farms. The Command t has also a crown pr...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

To TIlE EDITOR OV THE MONITOR SIR, The public have long been tantalized by your Aus tralian Contemporary, relative to the maideni teur of the Governor; and it appears by a paragraph in your last number, that this long rumoured maiden tour is not to be delayed longer than the 1st of next month. What dependence can the curious part of the public, (who long to see His Excellency) place in your infbrmation, alter repeated disappointments through the Australian, it is not for me to determine; but this I may venture to say, that i. is not probable that the Governor will visit any station beyond a" days's ride from head quarters, until the eve of his depar turs from our shores. If the Governor. do proceed on his maiden tour as you call it, in the course of next month, I shall conclude, that it wi'l be his farec well tour, thus killingt two birds with one stone. And to save a long march in tiames of drought and scarcity of provender like the present, is worthy of considera tion by all men i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

THE 5yi[NEY MONI l'OI JOURNAL FOR SALE.. -. IIHERE.SS, in June 1827, .the Propri 1V etor and E Jitorot The ,Sdney Monitor j-ornal, rcnted for litfe of the Church WVar dens of the King's Church of bt. Jamnes, a eertaiii mew7, at the var:aly rent of Three pounds per atuziuIn ; and wvhercas, the Vene rable Archd 'aeo:I SCott~ d:d in July .last, diajspssess the said t'rynorietar anst E.litor an his Fatmil of th:? s:ad ltew, by force, ti, w(, by Ills M.l jes:'~ Couits1tJ'les ; notlvitJh stnintliIg that the I ivw says, " the l)efend int ball not he or:sted o(f hii possession tdl tihe title I)' fournd or a.djuldýc for the King " (Bacon, vol. 5. 5. p. 57); an:d whereas the said Proprietor and lr"at1r mt~ale crtaiu Cnn wuens ; as he couccived, and still conceives, comments fair and.l reasou:atile, as becatlne a free Press, on the p ltib-ice:onduct oftý.e s.aid Veuerable Arc htde.tcen Scott is gerinral, and • on his conduct in regard to the said pew, in iarticular ; and whereas, at the'instan...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATION OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

rARniiAjTos CFP THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEE AT':7 IN' TiU MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 -,IN TlE EVBNING .RESPECTIVELY. High .Water 14'm. p. 7 Morn.--42 m.. p. 7 SSn riser 7 ?.p. 5;--.Sets. 33 m. p. . S.f-High Water, 10 m. p. 8 Morn.-36 Im. p 8 Night. . I W itter, 56 mn. p. 8 Morn.-10 mi. p. 9 f: I Full Moon, 23 m. p. 5 Morn. High Water, 30 m*'p. 9 Morn.-50 m. Lp 9. Night. High Water, 5 min. p. 10 Morn.-25 m. p 10 I Night. I Sexagesima Sunday. t '. .High Water, 45 m. p. 10.Morn.-l. Nigbt. SHigh Water 16 i. p. 11 Morn.-35 mi. p. 11 S Night. '&aTURDAY........ 70 82 721N. E Fair SUNDAY. ........ 71 83'70 Do. Cloudy MONUDAY....... F2 86 71iN. E. Cloudy and k t ' sUESDAY. ........ 69 76 7018. E. Rainy aWn~ysoNA,..... t64 76 68 Do. Showery , tu.sst,' ..... '68 79 95 Do. Do. rtiAY ............ 64 SG 68 Do. Clotdy

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

ý-jONJE. 'HUNDRED :D!OUL A, S EREAni about tWo o'clock on the . morning of Friday the 23rd instant, S::. person or.personsi did wilfully .and ma Iscioiusly setoi fire a SHED, containing all Lmy harvest, consisting of wheat, barly, oats, :rye, and a large quantity of bay, all of which were consumed ; with my Barn, also contain u inwheat, a cart, and implements. Now I hereby offer the above REWARID to any person that will bring those to justice who have acted so.cruelly towards a man whlo has been striving to overcome his dii culties by unceasing industry ; but who he held ,his labours on the above-mentiond morn.--blasted by perfidious wretches. J. B. L. De ARRIETA. ,.b•eloi Park, i Paerures, Ja.. 80, 1829. S'KIRKS being about to leave the Co. U; lony, informs the public that he has for sale a choice collection of Brood Mares, &c. 'st. An excellent gig mare, Blackwell 1bred, 5 years old, 16 hands high, formerly a saddle mare to the Rev. F. Wilkinson; is able to draw a chaise 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

STWANTED, 4 STEADY Person as Warehouse and 1.£al Cellar-man, who perfectly understands -such an employment, and who can give sa .tisfactory'reference as to character. Apply at tlie Counting-house of THOMAS RAINE. '.ebruary 5th, 1829. S WOOL. T HIE undersigned begs to inform Set Stiers and others, that he intends ship pIing Wool per Eliza, and is" willing to pur . chase or make liberal advances I upon wools .consigned to his father in London. J. HOSKING, 19 Pitt Street. TO LET OOR such ntumber of years as may be ..' agreed upon, the MACQ:UARIE FIELD ESTATE, situate in the District of Lower M4into. about five miles from the town of Li verpool, containing upwards of 2,000 Acres of Land, the whole fenced in. and divided into several Paddocks. In point of situation, buildings, and gene oral conveniences, it is not to be rivalled in the Colony; and is well worthy the 'atten tion of any person wishing to form a dairy establishment. For Particulars apply to Mr. Meehau on the Estate. M/j R. ...

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DESPERATE GANG OF SMUGGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

DESPERATE GANG OF SMUGGLERS. Last week application was made to Sir)Richard Birnie, of Bow-street, for the assistance I of a principal officer, to apprehend some of a most desperate gang of smugglers, who had assailed and wounded several of the persons engaged in the Preventive Serviio, on, the coast of Dorset. phire. Captain Jackson, inspector on that station, and Lieuteant Sparks, who aets under him, had received instructions to seize upon the smugglers, :who it was expected would resist. and fight to the last extremity- and Sir Richard Birnie immedi ately directed Bishop to join on this hazardous pccasion. The smugglers had, on the day the conflict took place, landed 120 tubs of spirits on the beach, when they heard the report of a pistol (the signal from the watch of the Preventive Ser 5,ice) amongst the cliffs. They were, however, 'too numerous and too well armed to care about the efforts of so small a number of opponents as that part of the Country could send against them. So s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

DEATH.-ALEXANDER PAT. CAMPBELL,   fourth son of ALEXANDER McLEOD, Esq. aged 2 years.

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE PRICES OF THE' LAST' MAI??rT.i 'Wheat per bsh. 0 9 0 ncks ...... 0 -Miaizedo..... 0.11 0 Fowls, perpair 0 Barley, do.... 0 4 6 Geeses do .... 0 . . Potatoes cwt.. 1 0. 6 'urkies, do. .. 0 16 '.k i "utter, per lb. 0 1 6. Hay, per ton.. 20 0 .? "Eggs, per doz.. 0 2.2 0 Straw, per load..2 PRICES OF-'FLOUR.-Per 100 lbs. Dealer.7. Fine. • SecoId Dixon ............... .. 23. . 20. Cooper .............. 23 20 Barker .............. 23 20 Raine...............' 23 0 '. Darling Mills.......... 23 6 20 No. 81 George Street Sydney NVew outA ~Pl .ITZED, PRINT D,. AND PUBLISRD . S BTW TIDl PRiPRITOIJ DWLThARD SMITiH AL..._

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(Domestic Intelligence Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

(Domeetle InteJiagence contfneed) (A man with sheep in charge, passed a gentleman the other day in Sydney. They appeared like .sheep just arrived.) Whose sheep are these ? The e? - Governor's. What is his name ? Don't know. You are quizzing ? No. They are consigned to Captain Bunn, and came ?re in the Ship Paerian.. (Chit Chat.) Dredging the parts with fine flour has been dia.. covered by Doctor Ward, of Manchester, to be a remedy for the pain and the wdund arising from. a scald or a burn, We would recommend parents to try this plan, being simple and easily agcor,. plished, .Immersing the parts in cold water for. an hour or more, we have found to take away the pain of a scald or burn, and also to reduce it.. to a comfiton sore. CIlIT-CnIAT..-On Tuesday last, a man named Bennett employed in felling timber at the Five Islends, lost his life by the bite of a snake.-Colonial hats are now being currently sold in Sydney, at so low a 'rate as- ten shillings; in some shops the same arti cle...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 February 1829

Vt e '10. .Ott '?1160'8r.a -both i town arl Inmmlrj# -thieytuit e nrhtnider thete'lvsrSofgheiW V wr - ppar. £ysgt to tAhe-Pogs- aat cr1i4i4i & A 4 ia (fgaid -gip , fc titP, chcoutsfr~, d.o4 Co.oar flS1LJa-Csyrieet e regard. ourriend. gnd it Totv a, ward deliverg i -athem In ttuau rvepectively, Ml.w. came a." if pu ditto their owaes And . `Subscribers uho -do not receige *A' papemrregularly, are .'eg taster-to complain:.o ne - Ictterl (east p i4)s cuf, sa farrBC we~Cai, we will 'IU9 f+ý evilA w gwest j iz be a tVedbuef f the' Ii)Aerj of: j W J.o )n aj "ira as more #~eetiala mnan urir thai, Moo ..sfyQI: This is mt~' cZ nditiov. a wAich oeAe# owr' Jmwurnad,"' nSi of wAicA wte. hereby, wb ueet ,4l pur Subacribers to #a4. notice. 'A'he pubtic arc caaatiossedto pay nomoney, nor-maAc any, eteftlment on account.. of sof . Proprietor :of, *hM .fIurnal, without demandinj a, ýRNTED 'rceipt. 31 iced .by ' hire iii& hi. orbn" pieetpr hand writings Afogey. paid on hs ac ,cant wit ...

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