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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

TKR.VIH OF SOBSCRIP1ION. The terms ot subsortpiioii are yi.x-p'nee each numljer, 6a. jjer Qjarter, or £1 4a per annum, to be paid in ad\atice. T5hMS OF APVERTISJiVG. The terms of adveriisajg are, tor each insertion: — s. d. For the first inob - - 2 6 For every additional inch - , i - ' ' Advortisementa muat . be forwarded to Mr. J. Moore, Prime'1 : and Publiuber, George street, between P*rk and B»thurst-streets. not later than 4pm on Wednesday. All orders for alterations must he sent by 2 i/m. on Tuesday. It is necessary A(lv-jrti8oment8 shouid upeoify on them the number of insertions required, as otherwise they will con thine to be publiatted until countermanded.. Birtha, marriages, and deaths will be inserted on the subjoined terms ; when forwarded by a bud »cri her. free ; n^n subseribors, the charge will be 1b« Printed and Piibl shed by Jamks Cosgrove, for the Proprietors, at The Frehjvian's Johrnai, Print ing Ofljci-, No. 70, CastlHrengh street South, in thfccityoi Sidney, New ...

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CONVERSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

CONVERSIONS. The Rev. F. W. Trevor, Curate of Bartley green, Northfield, was received into the Church by the Right Rev. Dr. 'Ullathorne. H. A. Arden, Esq., has been received at Lul worth by Father Montardier. Miss Catherine Batiiurst, sister to the late Rector of Kibworth was received at the Jesuit chapel, London. W. J. P. Tuewd, Esq., of Somerset, was received at Barcelona. He was instructed by the Rev. PI Casudemart. who is now ene-a^ed in nreoarinjr an English family at the same place, for their recep tion. Mrss Yates, of Carleton Crescent, Islington, has been received by the Rev. Father Oakeley. _ Mr. Bowter, a London barrister of con siderable eminence, and lecturer -on civil law in the Temple, and a nephew of Archdeacon Manning, who had been studying under Mr. Anderson, of Leices ter, for Anglican Orders, are among the recent con verts to the Catholic Church. The Church and State Gazette also announces that another of the ?inmates of Archdeacon Manning's convent, at Wantage, h...

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SCIENCE v. SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

SCIENCE *-. SUPERSTITION. Op all the superstitions that ever led weak men iuto error we know of none so prepos terous as the prevailing belief of the nine teenth century that the God of 'nature can not interfere with his owb creation. A stripling dabbles a little in chemistry or ? geology, and then on the strength of what , he calls 'science' sets up for a censor of the greatest and wisest men of the age, and accuses them either of miserable credulity or of audacious hypocrisy, for vindicating tbe power and benevolence of Almighty God. Men of giant intellect are coolly called to task by every druggists' apprentice who lias seen an experiment or two at a Mechanics' Institution. Yet such is the superstition of the age, that by these.trumpery sciolists the puolio mind is. in -a* great, measure formed jVlenttre grown so credulous, so narrow wuuled, so gullible, that they lend a willing ear to any superficial nonsense that fosters their self-conceit under the name of science. They have f...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

.??jiJtrroMtf of; tit »ME jn^ws. LATE ENGLISH NEWS. News has readied the colony, via India and the Mauritius to the 24th October. It was brought to Sydney by the Fanny Fisher. Papers to the 18th October have also come to band by the Prince,of Wales. We give the following summary of the most important events from the Sydney Morning He aid : — . The Queen had returned from Soot-land, and with the other members of the Royal Family was in go: d health. Trade couriued brisk, and consols were improving. The last quo afeion was 97§: it was not expected, however, that they wuu d i;ernain at that high rate for many days. The interference of Prussia in the Sehlcswig-liolstein quam;l had excited the indignation of France and Russia, who were anxious to march au army into Silesia, but England was not w liing tu go ftuther than a r«uj list ranee in the first instance. Unless Prussia preserves a. strict . neutrality it is evident that her two ' powerful: neighbours will make her interference a ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

* Witness the fifteen hundred graves of unknown and unnoticed dead, counted by one man along the road side, on one plain between the mines and , Sacramento, and mentioned in the Placer, Times ': a Californian paper. . . -. .-..; ^ ,-. '

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Miscellaneous Extracts. CANDLEMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

MitiMllnneom 33xtvatt0. ~~~ CANDLEMAS. (By a Father of the Oratory. ) I he angel-hghts of Christmas morn ' Which shot across the sky, ' Away they pass at Candlemas They sparkle and they die. Comfort of earth is brief at best, Although it be divine ; Like funeral lights for Christmas o-one Old Simon's tapers shine. ° ' And then for eight long weeks and more We- wait in twilight grey, . '' Till the tall candle sheds a beam On Holy Saturday; We wait along the penance-tide ? Of solemn feast and prayer, While song is hush'd, and lights grow dim In the sin-laden air ; ' And, while the sword in Mary's soul Is driven home, Ave hide In our own hearts, and count the wounds Of passion and of pride. : And yet the cave- of forms unclean Miall the same vision keep Which drew the sages from their shrines; And peasants from their sheep. For still, though candlemas be spent; And Alleluias o'er, r Mary is music in our need-, ,? . . - And Jesus light in store.. ???' ??' .-

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THE CALIFORNIA BUBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

..THK CALIFORNIA BUBBLE. The South Sea ' bubble' of the last century cannot be compared with the monster bubble of the present day, either as to the extent of the delusion, the number duped, or the wide-spread ruin arising from a thirst for gain. Stimulated by the glittering dust raked up from the mire and mud of the rivers of California, thousands have rushed on to their own destruction. We can not find in the history of any wild speculation or delusive joint stock con cern such a record of personal privations — of social and moral evils — of reckless loss of life* — as may be seen in the brief but disas trous narratives furnished by the goldhunt ers of California for the last eighteen or twenty months. What' is most extraordinary in this new bubble is the depth- and extent of the delusion. For as soon as the first South Sea bubble burst, with the delusion the dupes also disappeared. Not so in the present instance. Though the public have been undeceived by every possible species of...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. THE SYNODICAL ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THURLES TO THEIR BELOVED FLOCK, THE CATHOLICS OF IRELAND. (Concluded from our last.) OPPRESSORS OF THE POOR CENSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

I&ttle&ia&tital finttiligoux. THE SYNODICAL ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THURLES TO THEIR BELOVED FLOCK, THE CATHOLICS OF IRELAND. , .; (Concluded from our last.)': .:? '\. ? OPPRESSORS OK THE POOR, CENSURED. ? ??-': ? j '(, For our parts, did we omit, on this- important' occasion, admonishing and eihortingyou, by all the motives which religioivcah supplyj to .snccotir your afflicted brethren, ; and .-to treat them with all possi ble kindness and compassion, we should not; only, fail in one of the most obvious.ahd essential duties : of the Episcopal charge, but pass over, in criminal; ilence, one of the subjects with which Prelates, - when assembled in Synod, are obliged to occupy themselves. On the day on which the Church placed the pastoral- staff, in our hands,, she made; mercy to the poor one' of the subjects of that solemn examination to which she subjected us : hence the constant remembrance and concern for the poor ex pressed in he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

DONATIONS and Subscriptions to tl House of the Good Shepherd, Januai 21st, 1851. . . . ? ' ; £ B. d. Mr. E. M'Encrop, per Mr. Moore 10 : 0 Mrs. Jones, Batliurst .. ] () 0 Mrs. Wild .. .. 0 10 (» Mr. Shanasey .. ..0 5 0 Collected bj Mr. Doran ,, ] 0 8 Do. John Power .. 4 1 3 Do. Miss Doyl „„ I 13 3 John Glyn and o her friends 17 6 Mrs. George Byrna, Liverpoo!-st. weekly .. ,,006 Thomas Byrns .. ..050 From Mr. Edward Campbell, George-street, .liberal donation of Flour, Meat, and Groceries. MR. HUGHES, SURGICAL MACHINIST AND TRUSSMAKE* F&OM LONDON, BEG-S leave to inform the Public tha his Trusses have received the ar [ robation of the Medical Profession, they act eff.-c tually, are made to fit, and have the proper preseim which is seldom the case unless made for -\\\^ patient Instruments on improved principles, for Cbiidrei ruffering from weakness of limbs, spinal complaints &c.' Chest Expanders (on a new principle) foi persons- inclined to Contraction of the Chest, am ...

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SECOND RESCRIPT ON THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. [Translation.] [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

Second Rescript on the Queen's Colleges L .Translation. I Most Illustrious and Reverend Lord ? Some tracts from the statutes compiled for the new C I leges in Ireland, and the opinions given by th' Bishops regarding them, have afforded the Sacred Congregation an occasion of again treating of th aforesaid 'Colleges chiefly under that respect and of weighing diligently and maturely, what it should deem its duty to answer regarding the spin tual interests of the people of Ireland. For though the atoresaid statutes are m such form that it is difficult to ascertain their authority, considering the constitution of. the English realm, still all things maturely weighed, the Sacred Congregation could not be induced, on account of the grievous . and intrinsic dangers of the same Colleges to mitigate the decission passed on them, and with the sanction of our Most Holy Lord, communicated to the four metropolitans in the month of October last year. But since it is manifest with what zeal the Cle...

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APPENDIX. RESCRIPTS DIRECTED TO REACH OF THE ARCHITECTURE BISHOPS OF IRELAND. THE FIRST RESCRIPT ON THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. [Translation.] [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

APPENDIX. rescripts directed to. each of the four arch bishops of ireland. The First Rescript on the Queen's Colleges. (Translation.! Most Illustrious and Most Reverend Lord — It will, perhaps, appear strange that the reply of the Sacred Congregation on the subject of the Acade mical Colleges should have been so long delayed ; but the deep importance of the question at issue, and the great variety of matters to be considered, render it necessary that much time should be spent in duly examining the documentary proofs and reasons on both sides, before judgment could safely be delivered. First, we deem it our duty to declare, tli at the Sacred Congregation never imagined that the Prelates, who appeared to be in favour of estab lishing the Colleges, proposed to do what they believed to be incorrect ; for long experience has proved their probity, and the Congregation con siders that they were only impelled to take that view through the hope of effecting greater good and promoting the pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

SUBSCRIPTIONS towards Saint Bene dict's Church, from the 28th Dccem her, to the 25th January, 1851 : — £ s. d. Morning and Evening collections .. 28 11 8 COLLECTORS. Mr. Malowney .. ?? 2 13 II Mr. Power .. ..1 17 3 . Master Francis Mulligan ..3 12 3 John Chkman .. *? 2 2 G MisBSiinaon .. . ..^ 0 14 S CONTRIBUTORS. * Rev. Mr, Corish .. .. I 0 0 Mr. Walsh ' .. .. 0 12 6 Miss Henne9y .. . ;.- ' ; P. 5 0 Mr. Owena ... .. 0 4 6 Mr. Hampson ' .. ... 0 1 0 Mrs. Gibson .. .. 0 10 0 Miss Lindsay .. ,.. 0 5 0 Mrs. Shirbin ... . ..10 0 Mr. Hinds ... .. 0 2 6 Mr. J. Mellion ... ' ?' .,0 1 0 Mr. Hennesy Willoughby ? ?? ? ° 2(? Miss Higgina \' ' ® ^ ^ Mr. Francis Cteary *.. ..0 2 6 ' Miss Abfessiin ...' .. 0 7 6 Mr. P. Brennan .. ..050 Mr. Luut .. '..030 Mrs. Crow-ley .. --l --Q 1 0 Mr. M'Donough .. /..... P 3 .6 Honora PMbin .. .. 0 0 G Mr. Coneny ) ..0 1° ° Mr. M' Pherson -- per Mrs. Walsh .. 0 [ W 0 Mr. MManus - ..026 Mrs. Gray .. ... I ° 0 Mr. Mulheir .. .. 2 0 0 Mr. Speeding ?- ?? 0 0 6 Kiiz...

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FREAKS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

FREAKS OF Ttiti.OlTX' OuUNGIL. The mantle of the renowned knight of La Mancha must have fallen somewhere within the precincts of the Town Hall of Sydney, otherwise how to account for the erratic fits that ever and anon seize on some of our civic functionaries, forcieg them to leave undone the regular business of their office and start offin search of' adventures.' The latest instance of this knight-errant propensity was exhibited when the question of shutting up the thoroughfare through the centre of Hyde Park, kuown as the continuation of Macquarie-street, was brought under discus sion. This project had been recently nega tived by the Legislative Council. It the proposed alteration could be considered in any way conducive to the health of the city or to the recreation of its inhabitants, we would give it our humble and decided sup port. But as it is obvious that the closing up of a'public highway cannot aid the free circulation of pure air so useful to health, we are certainly oppo...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

IMPOUNDING^. Queanbbyan. — From Ginnenderra, January 10 1850, for trespass : - Red and white bull, 5 thigh, JW ribs, 55 shoulder off side, WI neai rump. Brown bullock, white back, like 846 otf ribs, like JT under, illegible brand thigh. Red bullock, white on back, down horns, DR rump, 2 shoulder off side. Red cow, illegible brand off rnmp. Btack steer, illegible brand off ribs. Red poley cow, F off ribs. Red heifer, white belly and legs, D7J off rump. Dun and white polej steer, illegible brand near ribs. Red heifer, W ribs, B shoulder off side, liKe gs near rump, If the above cattle are not releastd, they will be sold on the 7th February, ? From Wanicassa. on the 17th, for tresspass:— Brindle bullock, snail horns, white, back, like H with 7 under otf rump. Dim heifer, like MP off shoulder, off ear marked. Red cow, illegible brand off ribs. Calf, unbranded. Ked steer, white back, like H ribs, 2 thigh off side. Strawberry sided steer, MAC otf riba. ? From tbe Hill Station, on the 17ih...

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"In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas." POLITICAL CHARLATANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

' In NecessariistJZiiitaS', in,p,ubus Liberias. in Omnibus Gharilas' -POLITICAL 'GH'AiELA^ANlSM, An important and interesting- discussion is now eri-'isting' the'atfcention'of the colonist? through the oolumbst'of'it(he''-press,' the 'sub- ject of which is'the spread -of the 'root 'called by' the learned ''Xanth'uVm'Spinosiirji,' but which is fami iarly 'k'nown in' the colonial vulffate'as the '-'Batburst Buri1.'-'1' ;-) ' - -The' weed 'in question— and sorfar as con cerns' the i prosperity' of-- 'this 'colony a most obnoxious one it is— is a sort of K thistle, un sightly in' its- appearance', prickly to the touch, and seeding in a' most prolific manner, 'with a sort of/downj,' which 'on its ripening is carried by the' four-: .winds of heaven to germinate where it will^^- : In addition. to the abbve-unatniable quali ties of the p'arit,-: rendering; it peculiarly offensive to' our flock masters, it has others of a somewhat redeeming tendency. It is an annual; and* if rooted up in its...

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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

AGENTS tfOlt THE i-liEJ_MAjS'_ JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. M&. Daniel Donovan— King-streel. Da. 'Vaughan Miller's Pi/int. Ma M. Dalton — Georgp-strpet South. Ma. Phillip VVAtsw— Parramatta-street. Mr. Moluounisy -Houth Head Road. COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide -— Mr. Michael D'Arcy. Appin— Mr. John Dwyer. Btitburst- — Mr. James -S. Fijkkman. Berriiua — Mr T D. 0'Suui.ivan. Brisbane — M r . H a y n e s Bun«adore — Mr Joh-n' Dwvkb.. Browlt-e— Mr. Edwaud Kirby. Brisbane Water- Mr. Chas. Trh.ano&. Concord — Mr. John Clancy. Ciinipbclltovin — Mi-. G. Plukkbtt. Eaat Maitland-- .Mr. Thomas Ashton. Geelong — Mr. John \iANbFi_i.o. Goulburn - Mr. C. Fitzpatkick. Harclby — Mr. E. Moeiaeliy,. Ipswich. — Mr. 1'ktkr Dwyer. J-imberoo and. Kiariiu Mr 'I hoaias Hanlv.J Kitising l'oint— Mr. Jamf.s V. Mtam.ev Liverpool — Mr. Thomas, Cahh Lauuceston — Mr. James Mad dun. iMancroo. Di'gald Al Donald, Cooma .VI -1 bourne — Messrs Crugin and Muorh, Book sellers. Newcastle.— Mr. John HoGhRs. ParratDutta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

OIL AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE; 201, Pitt-street, nearly opposite the School of Arts. CALLAGHAN AND FORBES, IN returning thanks for the patronage they have received since commencing business in Pitt-street, beg respectfully to remind their friends and the public, that (hey continue, to execute orders in painting, glaziug, plumbing-, and paper hanging, together with all jobbing in the various branches of builders' work, which it will he theuvcqnstant study to execute, so as to give every satisfaction to their employers. A general assortment of paints, oils, window glass, Roman cement, plaster of Paris, &c, &c, always on hand. WATCH FOUND. FOUND, on Sunday evening, the 26fch instant, in Parramatta-street, a Silver W'atch. The owner can have it by giving an exact description and paying the expenses of this advertise tnent. Apply to the Catholic Teacher, St. Benedict's School, Parramatta-street. January 28th, 1851. TO WOOL GROWERS, SETTLERS. STORE KEEPERS, AND COUNTRY BUYERS. ...

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CATHOLIC FUNERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

'.V CAXHOLIJ FUis'likAL?.'''1 , ~-'{F,r'6m the Ramble?:) '' Vt hob the ' Reformers' shut'their eyes to ? tlie' clear' 'proof's' afforde'd 'by Scripture ''and - tradition 'of the doctiinev, of .purgatory, ana the consequent practice of praying Jor:the departed,, a Protebtant fun :rai became the iii(jjtf burying the'dea lout of our sight, the Ji.irrying of 'a'n'iiisance out of th'e'wav, with some slight degree of 'd'eceucy. A1 Prbtsb tiiit funeral,,, whether aot ,up .with all the motley, show and expensive trash of a modern lumeral, with silver coffin- handles and. plate, coffin lined 'and, frillod/'with pi.low'ancl mat tress, and all the details of plumes, trappad hois-s, mules,, andi so forth; or -whether it be but.a.'A poor man's funeiaj,' with shabby hat-bands and scarf's, mourning .cloaks, i and li Sock kill yloves ; or .whether it be the ' me tlius tci'iiiinus*' fur 'which- \vcJare indebted to ihe'iuver.tive gen' us and speculative faculties of Mr. ^hillibeer,, --who ? advertise...

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INTERCESSION OF SAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

INTERCESSION OF SAINTS. Again, a similar pernicious consequence is attributed to bur belief in the efficacy of the intercession of the Saints. I am speak irig, of course, of what is supposed -by'pr;j testants of ordinary sense and charity wb' are aware that the Catholic does not p(,gj tively worship the Blessed Virgin as God and that we depend on her prayers, and on those of other Saints, simplv as nv»,,L. offered up for us by our fellow-creatures now in glory. As to those who regard Catholics, as necessarily idolaters, polytheists, or suclr like, I hs ve nothing now to say to thern Their fanatical blindness must be cured if cured at all, by other means .besides ca'rnr and rational argument. But it is notorious that; from the most ultra-Romanising Anolj. can down to the mere shrewd '. obs'erveHn the non-religious world, it is received as an undoubted axiom, that, the Roman doctrine arul practice with respect to the blessed Vir gin and the Saints is naturally antagonistic to the. doc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. . All letters, and communications to the EdUor3and the Publisher must be prepaid; It 13 neceuadry tha-- t'^o writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Althout?n thia information is not required for publication, it is requisite S3 a yuaraniee ot their bai'itr ffpnuine. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1851. j 1 ? ? i

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