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IRELAND SYMPTOMS OF POLITICAL REGENERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

IRELAND. SYMPTOMS OF POLITICAL REGENERATION. The moral and mental powers of this country seem of late years to have undergone as great a change as the physical and provductive properties of the land— both have been equally prostrate, and unproductive of good, with regard to the social and political well-being of the people. The destroying angel that blighted in his course the fruits of the earth seems also to have obscured and perplexed the mind of the nation. The two sections of the people, under the designation of the' Old and Young Ireland' party, as at present constituted, are impotent to produce any useful results ; wieyare only frittering away whatever little remains of political life and energy in the land. Unless both these parties lay aside their mutual contentions, and cordially unite in working out the regeneration of their country, we see no use whatever in their continuing to carry on a divided warfare against the political enemies of Ireland. A bright though distant ra...

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Poet's Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

ffloe?& ®ov\uvt [The following verses, referring to late events at. Rome, are by the Rev. Father Faber, of the Oratorians recently established in London. St. Philip Nerj, . a true reformer and a saint, commonly called 'Apostle of Rome' was the founder of the Congregation of the Oratory.] ST. PHILIP'S HOME. O Mary, Mother Mary ! our tears are flowing fast, For mighty Rome. St. Philip's home, is desolate and waste ; «, Thfre are wild beasts in her palaces, far fiercer and more bold, Than those that licked the Martyrs' feet in heathen days of old. u Mary, Mother Mary ! that dear city was thine own, ., And brightly once a thousand lamps before thine altars shone ; At the corners of the streets thy Child's sweet face and thine, Charmed evil out of many hearts, and darkness out of mine. By Peter's cross, and Paul's sharp sword. dear Mother Mary, pray, By the dungeon deep where thy St. Luke in weary durance lay ; And by the church thou know'st so well, beside the Latin gate, For th...

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THE IRISH IN EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

THE IKISH IN EDINBURGH. The Scotsman newspaper has lately been sending a special commissioner to look into the state of the dis tressed population in that city. He says many things worthy of attention as to the contrast which exist be* tween the Scotch and the much-maligned Irish poor, to the great advantage of the latter, and his comments on the vigilance of the Presbyterian parsons, furnish strong facts for those disposed to inquire into the Catholic Re ligion : — ' The High-street and its closes are inhabited, in a great measure, by a Scotch population, and it is here that female profligacy is most abundant. When the late Daniel O'Connell once asserted the superiority of his country-women over those of England in respect to the comparitively small amount of unchastity amongst them, he was assailed by an injudicious portion of the press as a slanderer of the purest of the sex. He was perfectly right, however, in point of fact — as far as Eng land is concerned — and if he included ...

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A NEW NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Cork Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

A NEW NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Corh Examiner.') Sir,— -Whether social or political prostration be the surer sign of a country's decay, the existence of both together in this land is the shadow of its approaching ruin. I contemplated in silence the misery that came and was coming, over the country — abler men set me the example— it was the silence of despair. I was, and am, less affrighted by the terrific evils which oppress the country, than by the desponding quiescence with which it endures them. When despair follows in the wake of desolation, death is near. This large searcoast territory (which stretches from Cork Harbour's mouth to that of Kinsale) is steeped in affliction. I witnessed this week the most appalling miseries which a civilized country could present or a savage tribe endure — auctions, evictions, famine, fever — houses tumbling, manhood weeping, hearts breaking— the emigrant's adieu, the mourner's wailing, the bailiff's'triumph — the curse that req...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY 11th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

%tQi$\atwt tfoumiL THURSDAY 11th JULY. A Return to an address to the Governor, for a statement of the number of inquests held in the district of Sydney, during a por tion of the years 1849r50, and: medical fees paid, was laid on the table* A copy of a despatch from the Secretary of State, relative to the emigration of single women, conducted by private subscription, was laid on the table. Mr. Wentworth presented a petition from several producers and consumers of fruit, poultry, &o., complaining of the heavy rate of the Market dues imposed by the City Conncil. CORPORATION 01? SYDNEY. On the second reading of the Bill for amending the Incorpora tion of Sydney Act being moved, a lengthy debate ensued. I he measure was opposed by Messrs. Nichols, Allen, Wentvyorth, ami Martin. The grounds of opposition were— the contemplated ex tension of tha Franchise, the choosing of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors, by the citizens at large, and not as at present by the constituencies of ...

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CITY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

CITY ELECTION. Next to the rights of conscience, we consider the rights confer-red by the ' Elective Franchise' as sacred, and to be exercised with perfect freedom, after forming a prudent judgment of the fit object of one's choice. One of the present Candidates for the Representation of the City is but too well known to the majority of the electors, for there is not a man in the Southern Hemisphere who has spoken or written more about himself for the last twenty years than Dr. Lang. Whatever talent he may posses for good, or for evil, one thing is certain, that he has signally Jailed in all his plans and projects A very intelligent countryman of his own, the late venerable Colonial Secretary, Alexander M'Leay, Esq., said of him once, in our hearing, ' whatever cause, no matter how good, John Dunmore Lang takes up, it is sure to fail in his hands.' Such an individual, if returned to the Legislative Council, will not receive countenance or sup port in any of his measures, from any se...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

I O 0UH SUBSCRI BEKS. Mr. John Derepas is authorised to collect and receive subscriptions for ' The Freeman'^ Journal' in Syd ney and its vicinity.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is necessary that the writers of all communications should furnisb the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is not required fop publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in chis part of oar paper.. ? ? From T. A., East Maitland - - -£200 „ J. P. P.., Cambelltown - - 3 5 0 ,, J. M., Geelong - - - - 4 0 0 „ C. T., Wollangong - - . 2 5 0 „ J. D;,Bungadore - - - 2 10 0 „ T. O. S.. Berrima - - T - 3 0 0 ,; J. W., Mudgee - - -M' . j 0 0 „ T. M. N., Crown Ridge - - 0 10 0- ; „ P. D,,. Hartley - . - - 0 L0 U

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PRIMARY EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

PRIMARY EDUCATION. The 'Annual Report' of the Denominational School Board, laid before the Legislative Council, will be found in our third page. The Board deserves 'well- of the public for the judicious management of the sums voted for educational purposes and placed under their control They have taken some steps in the right direction, by endeavouring to procure and train up competent Teachers; and by supplying the schools with good elementary books, &c, and also enabling parents to purchase these books for the private use of their children at very moderate prices. No subject is of greater importance than the proper education of youth ; in fact, the order, well-being, and happiness of society, chiefly depends on the training up of children in the way in which they should walk in after life. No institutions deserve more attention and encouragement amongst men than those in which youth are wisely and religiously brought up. There is no duty which requires more virtue, prudenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

THE THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1850. 'In JVecessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas.'

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CONVERSION OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

CONVERSION OF ENGLAND. The following paper has received the approval of all the Irish prelates, and many, if not all, of the English Bishops have also expressed their warm approval of the i sentiments it utters and the work which it proposes. It is an ' Address to the Catholics of Ireland/* and runs as follows : — 'The Catholic people of Ireland are invited to unite in prayer to Almighty God, through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, for the conversion of England to the true faith. ' This object has been dear to the hearts of many holy servants of God, who, in different parts of the world. ' have prayed for it, ever since the unhappy fall of that kingdom ; but, in later times, various causes have com bined to increase greatly the number of faithful souls who have zealously entered into this devotion. ' And is not the present state of 'England such as may encourage them to persevere? But 'a few years back, i who, would have expected to see the magnificent churches, the num...

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REPORT. 1. SCHOOL REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

BEPOBT. 1. SCHOOL REGULATIONS. The Board have seen no neces»ity, during the pasi year, tor making any alteration in their rules, except that they have cancelled the tenth section of the regulations, dated 1st January, law. 2. FINANCE. The system adopted by the Board of fixed salaries to the teachers, has worked well, and has removed many abuses. A schedule of the salaries payable during the present year has ap peared in the Government Gazette. ? The annual revision of the payments to be made, and of the schools to which aid should be afforded, has been found advantageous , and has enabled the Board to sanction beneficial changes. The Board had many opportunities, during their late inspection of . ? r _ _.? r..: ? *i.nn.ooli--io i hut the riislnirKPnnen t the country scnoois,oi saw&iyiug mctm™.....* ...— ..— ? of one-tenth of the annual vote, in the purchase of books, and school apparatus, was a wise measure ; and is gradually producing its results. . . ... The only change re...

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SCATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, I850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

CATHOLIC DIKECTuliZ tfOli JULY, 1850. 18 Tk | St. Camillus of Lexiis, conf. d. 19 F St. Vincent of Paul, conf. d.. 20 Sat I St. Jerome yEmilian, conf, d. 21 S 9 ch after Pent, s.d. 22 M St. Mary Magdalene, d. 23 Tn St. Apollinaris, bp. & m. d. 24 W { Vigil of St. James 25 Th Ss. James, ap. d. 2nd claa3. 26 F St. Aane, mother of B. V M., dm. 27 ; Sat Office of B. V. M., in sab. 28 S 10th after Pent., s.d. 29 M St. Martha, v. s.d. 30 . Tu St. Nazarius and Companions, mm. (28fch hui.,?. d 31 If St, Ignatius, conf. d. . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

' PREVENTION GF FRAUD. THE Undersigned has the, sincerest pleasure in being able to apprise the public of New South Wales, that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at tbe instance of Professor Holloway, to instruct the Local Government of this colony to take measures for protecting the inhabitants of the territory against the counterfeiting of Hollowaj's Medieines ; that, in conformitj \vith such instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused the . BRITISH STAMPS BILL to be introduced into the Legislative Council ; and that the Repre sentatives of the People, by passing, the measure without a single , dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Govern1 , ment. Under the provisions of this law it will in future be ; . A FELONY to counterfeit the Sfamps affixed to tbe valuable medicaments pre pared by Professor Holloway ; but, in order to make ' assurance doubly sure.' Mr. Holloway has, at considerable...

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ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. CONFIRMATION OF IRISH ORPHANS AT THE CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. CONFIRMATION OF IRISH ORPHANS- AT THE CATHEDRAL. On Friday morning last this holy and most consoling sacrament was administered by the Right Reverend the Bishop Coadjutor, to about seventy of the orphan erirls. His Lordship, with the Venera ble the Archdeacon and the Very Reverend the Dean, and assisted also constantly by the good ladies, the .Sisters of Charity, had as siduously instructed, during many days, the girls who were to be on this occasion presented at the sanctuary. After the Holy Sacrifice had been offered, a chair was placed before the altar for the Bishop, who, vested according to custom, and with' the Archdeacon and the Reverend Messrs. Sheahy and Connerv standing hv him. nrnnoorlorl to address the attentive candidates. He reminded them of what they had been so carefully taught, the meaning and importance of that high sacrament which they were about to receive, those fitting dispositions which they bad been so often urged to pray for and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

BIRTH. At Hartley, on the 8th inst., Mrs. M.S. Finn, of a son.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850

SELLING OFF. SELLING OFF. SELLING OFF AT THE CITY HALL OF ARTS, UNTIL THE END OF THIS MONTH. f^i EORGE BROCKSTAYN, late E. D. COHEN, %Jf Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, of the City Hall of Arts, No. 392, George-street, begs respectfully to acquaint his friends, patrons, and the public in general, that he has deter mined to SELL OFF by the end of thi3 month the whole of his extensive, elegant, and well laid-in stock, comprising of Gold, Sdver, Lever, and Vertical Watches, Gold Chains, Rings, Pins, Brooches, Eight-day Dials, Silver Plate, Plated Ware, Spectacles, Watchmakers Tools, Plate Glass, Fixtures, and a general assort ment of other articles connected with the trade. G. B. therefore earnestly solicits tbe favor of Purchasers to make an early call, as the whole stock on hand will be offered at reduced prices, and must positively be cleared off by the end of the month. The Lease and Goodwill of the Premises to be Sold ; also the Shop Fixtures ; in consequence of Mr. B. leaving ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850

IMPOUNDINGS. Narrellan.— From Badgeally, by order of Mr. E. Guttbery. July 13 : Roan coloured gelding . small star on the forehead, switch tail, both hind heels and near fore fetlocks white, small saddle marks, near shoulder spur, six years old, fourteen hands high, damages 5s. E. Doyle. 9s. WiST Maiti-and.— From Luskentire and Wmdermere; cay colt, long tail, both hind fetlocks white, under saddle off side 19. Bay horse, white down face, black points, long tail, sign of a scald on shoulders, neck and back, on near snouuier o wun inueacnoaoie brand under or S with W under or G with W under apparently, damages 3d. each. Red bullock, cock horns, top off the off ear, on near rump JH. Brindle and white poley cow, off ear marked, aged, on off rump HH or RH., on ribs WW, like HL under, on shoulder W, hair rough, damages Is. each. If not released they will be sold on 3.1st July. T. Ledsam. 11s. 3d. Red Post Htll, Falbrook.— Bay entire eolt, if branded not Jpgible. about eighteen months old....

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Shipping Intelligence, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850

£tHPimtg %nttl\i$mtef ARRIVALS. July 19.— William Alfred, schooner, 11» tons, Oaptam linsey, from Wellington the 17th instant, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 11th instant. .».«„, July 20.— Oberon, cutter yacht, 53 tons, Captain M'Cully, from Belfast 14th March, Madeira 4th April, and the Caps 3rd June. July 23.— Bandicoot, schooner, 55 tons, Captain Irving, from Circular Head, the 15th instant. ! DEPARTURES. |. . July 19.— Suaan, brig, 220 tons, Captain Jones, for Kawau via I Newcastle, in ballast. ; july 19. —Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Allen, for Moreton Bay. July 2 1 .- Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wybrow, for Moreton Bay. . July 21.— Mary Stewart, schooner, 73 tons. Captain Somerville, for Moreton Bay. _ ' July 21.— Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Captain Brown, for 1 Moreton Bay. r July 22.— Gazelle, brig, 242 tons, Captain Ramsay, for London. I July 22.— Avondale, barque, 430 tons, Armstrong, for Newcastle, I in bal'ast. ;rf I juiy 22.— Willing, barque, 243 tonB,...

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NEWS GLEANINGS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850

NEWS GLEANINGS OF THE WEEK. The revenue for the quarter ending 30th June, 1850, shows an increase on that of the similar quarter of 1849, of £6435. The gross total is i 82,330. ? Out of the 18 magistrates rostered for duty at the police-office, last week, only five attended their sum monses. ? A man named Dwyer had been found murdered in the Bush, within a short distance of the township of Carcoar. The perretrator of the murder, and which was accompanied by great savageness and violence, had escaped detection. ? ?The first batch, 36 in number, of the distressed needlewomen, who had arrived at Melbourne, under the auspices of Mr. Sydney Herbert's association, were in great demand, and readily met with engagements. ?

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