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THE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
S THE ASSOCIATION. (From the WWeeklyFreeman, July 25.) We regret to perceive~that the heat and warmth of last week has not perfectly abated, and that that unity of purpose and of action, which should per vade a public body, organised .for the achievement of national.regeneration, seems not yet to have been restored to the Repeal Association. Why is this ? We have more than once referred to this painful subject. Differences of opinion will and must ine vitably arise among men associated for any purpose -even for the most sacred of all purposes; but why make these differences of opinion the means of pro ducing general weakness, and breaking up that power which it.took years to create P? Three months ago the Repeal Association was the most powerful confederacy in the empire. The materials of its power are still there, but dissension has severed them, and the Repeal body no longer presents that united front with which the great confederacy wag wont to command the respect of the neutral,...
Supreme Court. MONDAY, DEC. 7. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four. MACDERMOTT v. GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
guprese (court. -0 MONDAY, DEc.74... CIVIL JURISDICTION.. Before his Honor the Chief Justii~ a?7 'wry of four:. - MAoDBaOTTr v. GBREN. - This was an action of trespass for mesne,profits, in whi chHenry Macdermott was the plaintiff, ~imd Edtai~d i .was the defendant. The declara tion' was in-the'ulsual form, alleging a wrongful possession by the defendant for two years, (fromn the 31st 'March, 1843, to the 1st March, 1845), to the great loss,'&c., of the plaintiff,.whose damages were laid at £400. The defendant had pleaded-first, that he-was not guilty ; and secondly, that the plain 41lf.wasnotpossessed-upon both of which pleas issue had, been joined; a third plea by .the defendant.was one-of leave and license, to which the plaintiff had replied doubly, alleging first that such leave and -license had never been granted; and secondly, that it had been revoked. .The defendant had taken issue upon both of these replications. Messrs.. Foster and Broadhurst appeared for the plaint...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DEC. 8. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DEC. 8. *.. Before .the Chief Commissioner. - PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of John Payne Lloyd, sen. a third meeting was held, but no claims were,proved. 'THURSDAY, DEC. 10. CERTIFICATES. The certificate of discharge of James Johnstone Lesslie was allowed. MEETINGQ OR TO-DAY. James Cox : a special meeting at half-past ten o'clock. NEW INSOLVENTS. December .7.--John Somerville, of Pitt-street, Sydney, coach proprietor. Debts, 2061. 10s. Assets, personal property, 6l.10s. ; exclusive of coach not valued; debts, 31. 14s..; balance deficiency, 1901.. as. Clark.Irving, official assignee. 8.-James Stewart, late of Domain Terrace, Syd ney, grocer. No schedule filed, btt'assets stated as under 1001. Edward Knox, official assignee. , . December B.--Willlim Grinsell Bugikls,of Geoge street, Windsor,-on petition and affidavit. 'Jolin Walker ofticial assignee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
NNOTICE. "I[TE Jydy to request that 'such of our V± SubscFibers .in the City, as are ireIebted from six'to eighteen monthls' sub scription will pay the same on or before the .10th instalir, as the patience is worn out of 'the soul, and the soles worn off the feet of ,our collector, 'in waiting upon those long *winded customers. In default of-this notice snot being attended to, wesliall be compelled to invoke the ?seistance .of the ".Little-go," :as we shall thereby be enabled to square .accounts with those for whom this notice is •specially intended, and get .rid of their .patronage 7 SChronicle Office, Dec. 1, .1840. NOTICE TO AGENTS. HE Agents of this Journal are re requested to furnish a statement of accounts for their respective districts, not later than the 15th instant. Chronicle Office, Dec. 'l, 1840.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR DECEMBER, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
OATHOLICO DIIRECTORY FOR DEOEMBEIt, 1848. 8. 12 I the (`ctave. SB. IS I 3rd unday of Advent, double, 2ld class, setold. ;. M. 14 St Lucy Virg. and Martyr (heri), double. S Tu. 15S Oct. of dte Conception of . V. Mary, double. ,W. 16 Quat.Temp.bt.Cuselius,Bis.& Mar. Con.,soamid. Thb 17 Of the Feria-. The Autlphous to be said each day at S Vespers; commencethlsday with the 0 Sapleutia. F. 18 Quat Temp. Office of the same.* 8. 12 Quat. emp. Office dito.* S. 2 4th Sunday of Advent. semld. M. St-Thomlas Apoutle, double, Ind class. Tu 22 Of the Feria. W. 23 tlr the Feria* Tb. 21 Vigil of the ativit of our T ord. l[an oct. .. 251, atvlhy o.our~on Jesus Chrilt,doub., Istolwith 8. 28 S. "teepl r' I (boartyr, doub., Siud el., ithb an our. ". 27 (Vacatlbt.Johun,Apost.eantevang.,doub.,gudel, with an oct. M. 28 Holy Innocents, Mar., daub., 2nd cl., with an oct. Tu. 29 St. Thomas, Bis. and Mar. WV. 00 Office of the ounday within the oct. of our Lords' nativity. T?. 8I St tylvelter, Pope an...
IMPORT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
IMPORT MARKET. .RuM.---The cargo of rum by theLady Rowena has been dlsposed of. at 4s.: per gallop. . B?ADaY--Thls article maintains.Its price.at as Oc to 7s. per gallon. Ta--£3 15s. to 44Q 5s. per.ohest. SuoAa - The consumption of,this.article is limited to the immediate wants'of the trade, no large parcels. changi.ng hpads. The prio la from £24 to 428 a (on..
GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
GEOHRGe STREKT MARKIeT. SAnLT BUTTEa--5 cwt. of salt butter was disposed of, at l. to is. 3d. per'lb. CHsaae-12 cwt. of, cheese was sold at 5d. to id. per lb. ' BAcoN-Six cwt. of bacon realised Od, to 7d. per lb. Seventy-two load of-vegetables, forty-eight of fruit, and eight of fowls, paid dues during the week ; for price of which-see market note.
Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
-o-. (From the Alaitijaid llercury.) JEma Y' PLAINS.-The weather continued wet up to Sunday evening, and the. river having again risen has put a stop to the up-country mail. The mail front Singleton also has .not reached us up to twelve o'clock, having to came round by the Cock fighter. This day, however (Monday), is very fine, with every prospect of clearing up. Some of the reaped wheat is said to be much damaged, owing to its not having been properly stacked; but where the shocking has been done in the European fashion by experienced hands, it, has suffered no injury whatever. Most of our farmers are new to the occupation,and little accustomed to providing against so :are a contingency as a continuous rain in har vest time. They will have learned, however, a lesson. in the dear school of experience, and at no very serious expense, which maybe useful in-the future. The herbage is everywhere abundant, and even the indigenous grasses are beginning, here and there, to exhibit somethin...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOOR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
Sydney M[a:riets. nBCT DUP To LAS'?. S -ET Itlio.J FI:U11*0i, I IJKA1'C," Lo, kX e. diu;a'i; ' ic iDittoL(eruna~a), ditto....t.. 0 U .. 0 0i 0 Ditto U ')dt 0 0( .. 0 U 0 dre tJ, (p,2 f .... 0 00 0 0 a fliacuat (ric 4 i cwt. .... ..." 0.14 U 0.* 0 b0 Di!~ok40uX~-dito. ...~ -0 .0 0O ..... 0 12 .0 iuyJ b`:too; . .... 5 ...5 11 0 ..0 -:U. 0 Dkito(retai1), 17 oat. 0 0 0... 0 7 0 )Vbieat Straw, i*'vcwt~ 0.... 40 6..._0 S 0 iFodder,'erdozAs, ...' .... .'o 0o .."U U. UWildiig, per lod......- U 4 U" '0 0 0 W iac±, Cuooniai, 41 Cusuei .... U 3 0 .. 0 4 0 larley,Jiuo ... U U u .. U 0 0 Ditto, C . dittoittu 0.... ....0 0 0 .t 0 0 0 Puat, v bushei ib4ule..s) U 4 U .. U 0 U Dto,1 dito (rtai).... 0 U It .. 0 U 0 1 MaI e.ouluu (otiotelewt) .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 3 0 U.UtodttW\rc(luIl)... .... .... U U .. U 3 0 Braut. i busuel ... - .,."10. 3 U U. J 0 LU'1'.:lliirt' Altt~t'I' Beer, clarcass, per It .... U U 1 0. fl 0 14 1)Klu,per ouct, Jilu. .......... U 02l ,. 0 0 2 bituttij, lor' o~ret.%'t .itti' 0 ...
Court of Quarter Sessions. ADJOURNED SITTINGS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. Before the Chairman, and John Henderson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
court t 4itt!arter reastots. -0 * ADJOURNED 81TTRINGO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. Before the Clhairman, and John Henderson, .. Esq., J.P. Patrick Oates was indicted-for a felonious assault upon one Joseph Blood. The-jury found the pri soner guilty of an assault, and. he was sentenced'to three months' imprisonment in Sydney.gaol. Frank, a native of Grenada, was indicted for stealing several articles of domestic use, the.property of one John Clark. The juiry found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to twelve months' la bour in irons. Catherine Graham was indicted for stealing several articles of wearing apparel, the property of one VWil liam Lane. The jury found the prisoner not guilty, and she was discharged. There were some cases postponed at the instance of the prisoners, and on account of the absence of witnesses for the Crown, and the Court then ad journed. WEDNESDAY,DEC. 9. Before the Chairman, Charles Windeyer, and George Hill, Esprs., J.Ps. John 'Short was indicted for steali...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICI.L.' GoULIURN-Ma. CARNEY. BERRLIMA-ME. B.' M'MAIioN. PATERSON-MR. J. O'SULLwVAr. PAIIAMATTA *Ma. P. CARlDIF... PORT PHILLIP -Ma. J. Buairp1., WoLLoNooN6o- Ma TIoMAB FOWA*5u 3ATIURST-MLr. T. JoNEs. QUEAnDnaAN-M- a .J. J. 3Ya.Woýiw, : 3 MIAITLAND-MR. T. MAuON! CAIPIILLTOWN, &c.-Ma. M'ALISTs, \VINDSOR-MR. JAMES CASBIDY. PENRITII-MR. JAMES M'CARThT. JERRY'S PLAINS-ME. J. ..HAVS.t .~ BINGONIA~-MR. EDWARD HoUuaH.. ADAIUºDE-MR.i'JOuN 'NOWLANPI'+," YASs-Ma. .0. IOR una*. GasxEoa--M-M4. Jo~pj ?4U I'EnT CLARENCE TOWN A1q YDt iwoo )l~o'- P 4. TIS1ýrjLY. . Publishled i, the U[ilcd KhtgdofI. V MR. Jqn8s, 83, PATrE4NOSTER-aoW, .LoID0N'I Mn. W V.,J. BATTERSET, 10, EBss2.S1UIAIbSep LIAMRNý-STRaI3 , DBLIN.'. . A~ iiir a' Prilned for Ihn. Proprifuor, bsT4DWAED; JOHN 1.KT,' of .Iledt,, (ni i b:CLunty or CumbItIndP'b * Ilijiwil b hldm ul ftue G'AronlcJ4 OfoB1 NO. l3, EJtifiCrN Vast 'Iir,.Iiek' Tow Fnelewh Wadqp,.LEtlJii ' 12, Abth. ..`e
Government Gazette, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
SQ2okerimeut Qafettc, -0- TUESDAY, ,DECEMBER 8. IMPOUNDINGS. Blackman Swamp Pound, on the 20th November, from Mr. Nicholson, Guyong-black mare, short switch tail, about 15 hands high, has had a-bad back and wither, branded AD near shoulder, GE or CE near side under saddle, like G zeversed off shoulder, with a foal by her side, unbranded.; black mare, long tail, small star in forehead, about 7 years old, about 15 handshigh, branded 0 with u under conjoined with q under near shoulderSoffshoulder, damages 6d. each. If not claimed and released, they will be sold on the 10th of December.. [10s. 3d. West Maitland, on the 23rd and 24th of Novem ber, from Bolwarra and Dagworth-chesnut colt, long white stripe down the face, near hind fetlock and o'.lhind leg white, a rope on neck,, long black tail, black mane, branded W with W under on near shoulder, damages 2s. Od.; bay. horse, bald face, near fore and both hind white, longblack tail, black mane, branded apparently H or It or P near side un...
FLOGGING IN THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
FLOGGING IN THE ARMY. (From the Freeman.) One of the last illustrations of this murderous system is at present undergoing investigation at Hounslow. Frederick John White is the most recent instance of the horrors of the military code. He suffered by the lash, and he died by it. The Secre tary at War, indeed, with that professional indigna tion which military men feel on the subject, cautions gossiping persons " to make themselves better ac quainted with the facts before they created an alarm in the public mind," and he had further the temerity to state that the one hundred lashes " had not the smallest thing to do with the cause of death." The evidence on the first day of the inquiry is uniform and unvarying as to what was the proximate cause of the unhappy man's death. There is about it not a shadow of doubt. The brutalising and bloody lash, administered without mercy or measure, rebuts the rash and positive statement of Mr. Fox Maule. It is impossible to peruse the details at the ...
PROTEST OF THE BISHOP OF EXETER AGAINST THE CONSECRATION OF A NEW BISHOP OF THE ENGLISH COMMUNION AT JERUSALEM. TO HIS GRACE THE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
PROTEST OF T?IE 'BISHOP OF EXETER AGAINST THE CONSECRATION OF A NEW BISHOP OF THE ENGLISH.COMMUNION AT JERUSALEM. (From the English Churchman.) TO ,HIS GRACE THE LORD ARCHBISHOP Or oANTERBURY. My Lord Archbishop--Your Grace will need no assurances of .the extreme reluctance with which mostsrespectfully, but most undoubtingly (for, if .1 doubted, I should say nothing.), as a Bishop of the province of Canterbury, I hereby notify my dissent t.o the consecration of a successor to Bishop Alex ander as a Bishop of the English Church at Jeru salem-if that consecration is indeed to proceed on the principles announced either in the "Statement by Authority," of 9th December, 1841, or in your Grace's " Letter to his Majesty the King of Prussia," dated?18?lS i June 1842, an?i published tInthe Prue. sian State Gazette of 12th July of the same year. :In taking this painful step, it is some consolation to me thiatI am doing that which can cause to your Grace no surprise. 8o long ago as March, 1812...
THE DO-NOTHING POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
THE DO-NOTHING POLICY. (From the iVeekly Freeman, July 25.) The reign of party is no more--the reign of the .people is come. Such has been the popular delusion: Hof ithe last'montlh. Justice, whose visits were of the angelic character described by the poet, was to take tip her,permanent abode among the sons of men; and if anypart of the empire in preferenceto another, was'to glory.,in the light of her countenance, that part was 'Ireland. WVe ,listened to all these fine predictions of a Saturnian reign, and were sceptical of the results, for the leopard .cannot change his spots, and the Whigs are not the menlto fulfil such glowing hopes. What great:progresslon could be expected from a Premier who went on a begging mission to Sir Robert Peel for the ', loait" of three of :his subor .dinates P What hope was there in the accession of such men as Lord Lincoln, and Mr. Sydney Herbert P ,Was grand and comprehensive movement implied in soliciting them to form squares in the mosiac ad minist...
ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
ST. 'PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SO CIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. . ON Sunday evening last, the usual meetings of tile above Societies were held in St. Patrick's Hall. The Rev. Dean Ml'ENonos was in the chair, and in commencing the business of St. Patrick's, So. ciety, he observed, that a very important step towards the completion of St. Patrick's Clurch had just beentaken; to wit, the contract for finishing the windows. At present the church was-in a very precarious and'unprotected state, owing to the slight nature of the materials .used as temporary windows. He urged upon the society the necessity of renewed exertions in order to meet the expenses that must necessarily be incurred in completing the contract, and said that he was happy.to find that some individuals had undertaken to defray the cost of a window each; lie hoped that they would have many Imitators, and thus lighten tihe burthen on the society at large. The Rev. Mr. SUnsNEn spoke to the same effect, and as to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
NEW CNINA GOODS. I C II checked Silk Camlets, new. i styles Superb embroidered, white crape shawls Ditto ditto, in maize, crimson, lavender, and pink 5-4 and 6.4 crape shawls and handkerchiefs White and coloured China matting, wide width, Is. Gd. per yard Backgammon boards, with men, dice, &c., complete, 12s. Od. each Ladies' work boxes, with carved ivory fittings Tea catties, filled with the finest teas , Carved ivory silk winders, puzzles, &c.; &c.; &c. The ladies of Sydney and its environs are respect. fully solicited to inspect the above, with a viriety of new and choice British goods, adapted to the present season, at PITE AND PRESTON'S,. 3991 Emporium, 263, Pitt-street. Ex JOIINSTONE.' JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF HEsKEtB, DAVIS, 'AND CO., LONDON, ... ; 400' 'CASES of Oilmen's STORES, viz. : Pickles,inustard, bottledfruitss West India pickles, Gorgona Anchovies, sauces, bottled vinegar, salad oil, preserved salmon, in 11b. a...
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 December 1846
CITY COUNCIL.. A meeting of the Council of the City of Sydney will be holden at the Town Hall on Monday next, the 14th instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. ORDERS OF THE DAY. 1. To receive Reports from Committees. 2. To receive Memorials and Petitions. 3. To read Correspondence. 4. Notices of Mo.ion. By Councillor Josa.PnsoN .1. That the Improvement Committee be requested to bring up at the next meeting of the Council a Report of all Improvements ordered 'to be made and carried out in Cook Ward from the Institution of the Corporation to the present time; and thata return be submitted to the Council at the same meetlng-i of all City Rates collected and moneys expended in th said Ward-during the sameoeriod. By Alderman WV1Lsuan-- 2. That it is the opinion of this Council idhenev'ef a requisition is received by any member of Council from a majority of the -constituency electing .him,.-. requesting him to resign the office he holds, he .'. bound in 'honour to do so. By Alderman FLooD...