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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

The, Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated'throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Ze?!?and, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements ,must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till siz o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters past paid. FOR 'THE MAUHRITIUS, CALLING: AT ICING GEORGE'S SOUND, FP UPP1IC1aNT INUO4VEMENT OFFERS, lIE FINE lllR. IG CITY OF SYDNEY, Al, 130 tons burthen. under engage. ment to...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

TO UClIIRESPONDU NTS. (tOr Moreton Pay Correspondeut s ormnned that itlhe master of a, sslpitnld servant refuses to sign the uppllealion of such rvant Iber it 'I ickliect of l.eave, when due, that the maister looses Ill claims upon the servantt, lho is authorls.d to proceed to the nearest I'ench of .Magitrates ald stlate his ease to them, when she nill be returnted to governmenlt, atnd Ills indlnlgence gralltedl Iln due thle.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

Afa. EDITOR--AS you profess to be the farmer's friend, I am sure you will be pleased to learn that this part of the colony never looked better. We have had abundant rains, and the grass has sprung up in great luxuriance, which has improved the condition of our sheep and cattle, so that our new "' Boiling down'" establishment will start under very favourable circumstances. A public meeting was held lately at Mrs. Black's Inn, to take into con. sideration the propriety of forming a public company for the purpose of ," Boiling down i" but the persons present thought It more prudent to leave it to private enterprise, with which 1 fully agree. Mr. Ruttor, an extensive flock-master,and most liberal gentle. msan, intends boiling down a number of his own sheep, and of course will boil for others afterwards; in addition to which, I am informed that J. Ii. Richards, Esq., J. P., and Mr. Edward Austen, storekeeper, have also entered into arrangements for .the same purpose jointly, -which will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

A CARD. D R. W. BI. N EVILLE, of London, Accoucheur, has arrived in this colony, and may be consulted, daily, at Mr. Stallard's, Bligh street, opposite Mr. Campbell's. Dr. Neville attends the poor gratuitously, on a respectable recommendation. Sydney, January 29. Just published, in 0Bo price 8s 6d boards, ON INSANITY, AND NERY'QUS DISEASES, TinEIR NATURnr,oAUSBa , AND QURB : By W. B. Neville, M.D., L.C.A., late one of the Council of 'the British Medical Association; Honorary Member of the Royal Jennerian So. ciety, London, &e., &c. Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, Paternoster-row, London. ".' Tile author of this work enjoys' the most ex tensive opportunities of observing and studying all a the forms of mental alienation; and gives an excellent description of the various degrees of mental f aberration ; he cites the best writers on this class of 'disorders, both national and foreign; he adds his own conclusions after many years' faithful ob. serva...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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THE "AUSTRALIAN" AND HIS FORTY THOUSAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

THE "AUSTRALIAN" AND IIS FORTY THOUSAND. How quickly and readily this Captain Bo badil slays his men. In the Australian of Tuesday, in a notice to correspondents, he says to one of them, " we can hardly sup pose he requires to be informed, that it was in 1641 the Protestants were massa cred in Ireland to the number of 40,000 and upwards." Story tells us of a young man who had a favourite cat, which he was so fond of, that he prayed to Jupiter to turn it into a woman, which the God kindly did, whom the young man married; after which, as they were lovingly in a bed together, a mouse happened to run across the chamber, when the bride (the quondam cat) jumped out of bed and caught it, as she had always done. Thus, it would seem to be with the writers of a certain faction: for almost three centuries they had the game all to themselves - they wrote what calumnies they pleased about Catholics-called them all sorts of names-they were idolaters persecutors--murderers, and what not: all this ...

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MEETING OF THE ST. PATRICK'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

ALEE PING OOP VE ST. PATIRICK'S TOTAL A ISTINEN'CE SOCIETY.` -0 'I'he Annual tleetlng of.thle above Sociely loot p'lace on Mionday ryenig ~lat, in the tbeatre of the School of Arti, I'itt~trre', for the - purpose of ro coining the rrgnnt of the prucuudiogs ot the Soclt!p, for the last twelve months, and of electing oflicera. for the ensuing year. The Rev. John M'Encroe entered the room at a quarter to eight o'clock, and took the chair as President of the Society. The Rev. JouN M'Eanon,. on rising. to address the meeting, was greeted with the warmest applause, he said, he was very glad to see such a large num. her at that, their first meeting in the School of Arts. The .art they.advocated was a simple one. but it was an art the most beautiful and beneficial that was ever recommended or practised. 'T'heir great object was'to destroy.the most baneful art.that was ever introduced into the world--that is, the art of creating intoxicating drinkts. Even the invention of gunpowder was-less ...

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Select Poetry PERSEVERE. I. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

:;rtrrt ljlortrt -o PERIISEVEIiE. letne, Trt?ne I-the hour is at hand, When thy fetters us?"T fall at thy chitldLes' ronimald. 'Be firm in thy virtue-forget how to fear; The ball's it your foot, but you must PsltaavetR. Is, Thy sun has arisen, the noontide is nigh, Bleware lest its brlghtness should dazzle thlhi eye; To the right or the left never venture to veer termember your password, and still Partsxvcnta, What availeth the bud if the fruit it don't brin g; 'Tis ordained that the rurumer should follow the spring; The hand must be busy whose work would appear In the faith of your freedom, my sons, PaasavsRR. IV. The Fath of the Slaughtered-the Hill of the Kings, Have called fbtth the music that slept in the strings The bigot may bluster, the coward may sneer; lutl the triumph is coming, so still PasRvanER .

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NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. FOR THE TERRITORY, EXCLUSIVE OF SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. [From the Government Gazette.] FOR THE TERRITORY, EXCLUSIVE OF SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE. Edward Brown Addis, William Adye, William a'Beckett, John Moore Airey, George S. Airey, Francis Allman, Francis Allman, junior; John James Allman, John Armstrong, Heyward Atkins, Edward C. Atkinson, Matthew Anderson. Charles Basil Bacon, William Fury Baker, John Balfour, Thomas Barker, Edward Barker, Henry Bayly, Nicholas Paget Bayly, Robert Johnstone Barton, Archibald Bell, Edward Bell, Edgar Beck- ham, James Thomas Bell, Thomas Bell, James B. Bettington, John Betts, Francis Edward Bigge, Henry Bingham, James Blair, Arthur Blaxland, George Blaxland, Edward James Blaxland, Gregory Blaxland, John Blaxland, Thos. Valentine Bloom- field, James Richard Booth, James Bowman, Wm. Bowman, George Bolt, William Currie Bolts, Archibald Boyd, Charles Boydell, William Bradley, Edward Jones Brewster, William Briggs, Thomas Broughton, William Henry Broughton, Edward Brown, John Brown, ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 February 1844

DEPARTURtES. Feb , 21.-For London, the barqee Clara, Crow, with colonial produce. Passengers - Dr. McWilliamsa R.N , Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brabaszn and child, Mr. and Mrs. N. Bray and son, Mr. anid Mrs. A. Moss and three children, Mr. P. Cavenagh and child, Blr. 1t. Mullen and two sons, Mr. and Master Jennmogs. Messls. GOrifiths, . Maconochie, Crow, Cuff, Gallivan, Adams, Wilson, .'Cooper, anud Kioibb. " . ?; 21.-For Valparaiso and Lima, the ship Glen. tanner, Brock, in ballast. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Rjske, Messrs. Grimes, tally, Oswald, J. and M. Dundin, Lynch, Chariton, Cameron, Branagar, and Walker. 22.-For Aucaland and Tahiti, the brig Try. pheans, IHorn, with a general cargo. Passenger- Rev. Mr. Lawry (Wesleyan Missionary), Mrs. Lawry, Misses EI and A. Lawry, Mr. I1. Lawry, Rev. Mr. Bailey (Roman Catholic Missionary), Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Mr. Curmack, Mr. Lowe, nMr. J. Brady, aMiss Hughue, and Mr. and Mrs. Boon. 2.3.-From Adelaide, the Hank 115 tons Brown, with wheat. Passengers-M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

AGENT FUiu THE UHRONL ULIS Brouleo, Mr. B. WMCauley. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivao. Port Phillip, Mr, J. Sullea Woilongong, Mr. Edward CorrigonL Bathurst, Mr. T. Joies ' Goulburn, M:. Henry I toolpson H-oburt Town; Mr John Regan Mlaitland, Mr. Dee` C(anpboellown, &9., Mr. M*Alister Windsor, Mr, James Cassidy ' - . Penrith, Mr. Jares M'Carthy ' . Jerry'. Plains, Mr. J.J. Harptr Bungonia, Mr. Edward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. Micheol Byrne Published in the United Kingdom bp Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, London r. Mr. W. J. Batteraby, 6, Es?ex-bridge, Parita* ment-arteet, Dublin. -Sydtney: Printed and PublIsbed by MIOIABLD'ARiOYe#I Bridge.etrret. at the Ohroticle Off?o, UrldSitgeie

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RECEPTION OF A CHOIR NUN, AND OF TWO LAY SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

RECEPTION OF A CHOIR NUN, AND OF TWO LAY SISTERS. -o [From the Bengal Catholic Herald.] On the Epiphany, we had the happiness to wit. ness, for the second time within the last few months, the repetition of the solemn and imposing ceremony appointed for the admission of candidates to the Religions Habit. The High Mass, on this occasion was celebrated by the Very Rev. F. Mole, assisted by the Rev. Gentlemen of St. Xavier's College. Some of the young gentlemen pupils in that Semi. nary attended in the Choir, and accompanied with their voices the sweet toned organ which has lately been erected in St. Thomas' Church. After the Gospel, as soon as the Hymn of Invocation of the Holy Ghost had been chaunted, the Right Rev. Bishop Carew began the ceremony, by reading aloud, both in Latin and English, the beautiful and im pressive prayers and instructions, which are pre scribed by the Catholic Ritual. When the Posts. lentls retired, in order to exchange their secular dress for the habit of the...

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WAR IN EUROPE! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

S WAR IN EUROPE ! IT appears by the Irish and French news by the last ship, that the Kings of France and of Ireland have gone to war! King Dan I. has attacked King Louis Philippe I. in his sorest place; and has declared that if the Due de.Bordeauxl makes an effort to recover his throne, and will give his sub jects a charter, he will aid them with an Irish brigade;' he attacks also the Infidel University established in Paris. Louis Philippe replies through the Journal des Debats, that it must have been the Jesuits that put it into King O'Connell's head to attack the University-calls the threat of the Irish brigade, a rhodomontade, &c., &c. -boasts of the fortifications of Paris, and says the King of Ireland's brigade would notilike to be received with a cannonade from them-and adds that King O'Connell will repent of his impious and monstrous alliance with the Jesuits. How this war will end between these royal belligerents, or what execution may follow the discharge of...

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Select Poetry. OUR HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

-0 OUR HOPES. [tFom the Nation, October Si, 1814.] t. WLat spirit quails-what brow has blnloh'd P Not one of all our crewl- The ship, without one timber wrnenh'd, Still outs the billows thro'; Our hope,like some revolving light, But turns its duorken'd side, And soon will be our beeoon-bright, As quenchless o'er the tide. Ite ltho'd, before the tyrant's frown May cow'r some hopes to fears, The hoarfros th ththe night brought down, By day dissolved to tearsi And o'er the unexpected wind The young spring blossom cat, But all the core remain behind To fall ripe fruit at last ! Have all the reptiles of the carth The loathsome end the dire Received a higher boon than birth, The wisdom thev require? And shall we, who for freedom pantt, Beneath a tyrant'thll, For lack of wisdom when we want That wisdom most of all ? Oh I no; great God be thine the praise! In this our evil time; . Wa know the serpent by its gane, The murderer er he crime. And to! the wrotch that o'er our bloo4 Would gloat, ...

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THE UNITARIANS v. THE "CHURCH" [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

THE UNITARIANS v. THE " CHURCH" WE have heard a great deal lately in eulogy of the " church," and all she has done for the onlightenment of mankind ; and contra, not a little of that " other church," ivhich keeps men in darkness, and " has assumed so much that does not belong to her," 4 e. Now, these learned and dignified gentle men, both civil and ecclesiastical, who so attack the Catholic Church, little consider what they are about. What would they be without her ? Who keeps their enemies at bay but her ? Let us suppose hypothetically, what is impossible.-Let them once destroy the Catholic Church, then how will they defend.themselves against Unitarians, and all that Legion that will assail their " Church ?" Whence will they draw arms, either of defence or of offence, but from the Catholic arsenal ? If they had not that arsenal to steal from (which is not fair, the. ,veapons being Romish,) they fall powerless before their more able, as well as more consistent assailants. However, l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by Royal Charter. N OTICE is hereby given, that from and after the First day of March next, the following Rales of. Interest will be allowed by this Bank. On current accouinis, on the minimum Balance of tihe month, 2 per cent. On money lodged on Deposit Receipts, payable on three months notice, 3 per cent. CHARLES FALCONER. Sydney, 26th Feb,, 18144, Manager. • • , . + To Coppersmiths, lP.unbers, Gas fi/ers, Braziers, g?c., 4c. SUST LANDED), ox 'Alico-Ilrooks,': * and for sale by the undersigned, .,. Braziers' copper, assorted Copper boiler bottoms, ditto Composition sheathing nails,lditto Copper bolt rods, ditto Brass wire, ditto Spelter solder Cake speloer Block tin Sheet lead, 4d to 10d per Ib. Composition lead or gas pipe, assorted Lead pipe, assorted in rolls and lengths '; Brass tubes, assorted Sheet brass, ditto ROWAND, MACNAB, AND CO., 469 Harrington-street. LAND AND IMMIGRATION DEBENTURES. Colonial Treasury, Sydney, 26th February, 1844. N OT...

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DR. KALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

DR. KALLEY. WeV give some account of this worthy in our fourth page. We' said at first, he must be some lying vagabond who traduced the Portuguese. How could it be otherwise? In the South of France there having. been living in peace near 2,000,000 of Protest ants. In Portugal, at all times; at Naples, Florence, Pisa, Leghorn; nay, under the very Pope's nose in Rome, thousands and tens of thousands of English live, protected, respected, beloved by the Pope, clergy, and people; why then should the Herald dare to put forth and re-iterate such incredible, absurd, slanderous ;ales? Is it as an amateur, or ex ojficio?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

NO T ICE. 'j0iU R. PETER ("ARl0FF ha. been appoinitcd A genL for the. 'Chro. niule" in tlie district of Parronalln, nand nll partien indebted to that Journal nre requested to pay hinm the amoitut of their respeulivp tci oints. *Chronicit Office, .February-27th, 1844

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and i4 ektensively circulated throughout. New South W'ales, Van Diernen's Land, South Australia, Newr Zealand, and India; and in ingland, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters ed on the 31st Mar, 30th June, 30th September, and 31stDecember; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mak on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the eveniigs of Tuesday, Thursday. and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till sis o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters povi paid. I . . . . . .. . / . . .. . . g I • I i H I n l PUBLIO NOTICE. TWILLIAMl JONES, LETTiIR PRFESS. AID CPPER-l - LATE pEiISITERIP, &e.,&e., ;COIONNADE, BRID...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

HIGH WArEK IN SYDNEY COVE. T111i DAY. 31 min. p 4 ,nknilig I64 min p.4 eveninBg TIIUIIsDAY. 18 miln p 2 nuiiriiiag I 42 11n. p.2 einei)Ing PFIDAY. 6 mi. p. 0 maorning I .30 inn. p.8 evenlng Sun risen this day 48 mlii. p.5; setS 40 lmin. p. 6.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 February 1844

W1K KH.I..V ? TEF K40)l.OUlCAI. TABLE. VAILATION OF THE THNRMONKTNR . &.W H . N. E~. WVINu. WRnNRIaDAY...FI. 21 7) 71 172 I N.. Clear Tuujtsn ......... 22 71 70 7 8.H. 1 Ditlo 1OI2AY ............ 23 7.1 77 73 .H. 8. Itto AruRunr... . ..... . .24 70e721 70 N.H. Ditto SUNuAY ............ 25I71 174 I 74 .. i Ittlo)it 'MM,.unº.u.......... 211 717j 73 N... Ditto lUPUJ1ºAY ........... 20 72 77 72 S.M. Ditty Mean, temlperallure, 71°.

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