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REVIEW. Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest. By Agnes Strickland. Vol. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

IEVIEWV. - 0 (From tle Tablet) L.iL4r of the Queens oJ England from the Norman Conquest. By Agnes Strickland. Vol. VI. We have already noticed in terms of commenda. lion the work of which the sixth volume now claims out attention ; and we are happy to be able again to use towards our industrious and intelligent authoress the language of praise. The present volume con rains a part of the reign of Queen Elizabeth ; and, allowing for a little under.current of admiration, which oddly enough shines through the mass of foul materials of which a biography of Elizabeth must be composed, Miss Strickland gives an extremely can did and accurate picture "of that mighty Sove. reign." It is strange how quacks and sham pre tenders to greatness in all departments sooner or later find their level. They run through a career of reputation for, it may be, a long period ; so long as the weaknesses to which they have pandered, or the follies which they have typified, retain their empire. But at length th...

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ADMISSION OF ATTORNIES IN NEW SOUTH WALES, IN 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

ADMISSION OF- ATTORNIES IN NEW SOUTH WALES, IN 1844. PREss of matter has hitherto prevented our reprehension of the proceedings which took place in the Supreme Court, on the admission of six gentlemen as solicitors of that Court, on the 17th instant.' During the last twenty-eight years, aboit ninety gentlemen have been admitted, ! without taking any oath but the following: "I, A. B. do swear, that I will truly and honestly demean myself in the practice of an attorney, according to the best of my knowledge and ability." This oath was unexceptionable to mortal man, and (wonderful to relate !! ) the jus tice of the country has been excellently well administered althrough, and allegiance firmly maintained by. those solicitors, al though (strange to say) they neither swore to bear allegiance, nor swore against Popery. Nor made the false declaration, that no Foreign Prelate hath any eccle siastical or spiritual jurisdiction, pre eminence, or authority, within the realm of England. For the...

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THE INQUISITION. THE "HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

THE INQUISITION. THE "HERALD." WE had good hopes, (lihvis ?had nearly a weai's remission of "ttcks)tliat we could leave religion to its m'liniseers, and pursue a more flowery path, in discussing subjects more plesant in themselves, aswvell as more agreeable to our own' taste:' But the Herald of this morning (Friday)' contains a pretended history, by'some Polish Ciar latano, of the destructior of thb Inquisition at Madrid under Napoleon; a history that bears on its forehead the very stamp ond impress of falsehood; we shall, though indeed inviltd Minerva--with a certain wish to avoid such topics, give in our next, a short history of -that fertile subject for fanatical and lying declaimers, to brand the Catholic faith with teaching pbrsecutiou for religion. We shall,.Deo vblente, sheow the Australian public what the I?QUISITION is and was, and for what object it was first established.

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Select Poetry. THE MUNSTER WAR SONG—A.D. 1190. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

-0* (From the Tabolt.) TIIE MUNSTER WAll SONO-A.D, 1100. 'This angop lntles to the Iluo when the Irish IepnI to 0illy and unite lgoinst their hivalders. lhe union waso, alas! brief, lilt its elricts weare gp t Thle troops of Connnughlt and Ulslter, uloder Cothal C1?e-im.en (Cothol O'Colmno of .thi lind Inotl defired and stiew Armolic it. I.n ?ence, and shipped Ieo Conloy of half hsl conquestsi. 1iB t tho Iholld tlaviaes to Mullnter; nlld an extract from Mtlool's (lthe mot nccessible) book will show that there woas solid IOIIIdt for Irilumph:- "Among bhe chiefs who ngred nt Iltis iliiss to Iiostpone Otheir nutual feudsi , oatl net In Clli rert spoiltst t the enllemy, were o'Ilrinh oef '71homuotl. ond MneCultll?y of cesollond, hleretillary inllers of Nortll aid .south Munster, and ch lll fls respxtvely of the two rival tribes, Ithe Dalcasians and liogallnis. Bly a trues now folned between those Irinres. O Brien waso left fro to diuret his arms ogainlst the English; and hosing attacked...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

41Dl'lWgltaI ( l'rr00'p OtllTnlf. -o MtI, ERDITon,-HaVine carefully perused a letter in eour paper of Saturday last, signed " Shamrock," and dated at Bathullrst, February, 1841. With h.' writer of which my owna views and sentiments so exactly coincide, that I confess I csan no longer refrain from adopting the line of conduct sour cer espondent recommends, as heSfting an Irishman and a Catholic, viz., that of withdrawing my support from a leading Sydney paper-" s pipes, it is need ens for me to observe, which, in the absence of istorleal facts, or literary ability, has, '" with a sharmeless perversion of truth, unbecoming its motto," and highly disgusting to a large portion of its readers, fished for or scraped up, and inserted in to columns, every filthy article it could lay hold of from the vile Orange prints of the Mother Countlry, that teflected with malignant scurrility on the cusltins, the manners, and the religion of the I.ish people. It is to be wished, that all Iritsme", I k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

NOTICE. MR. PETER CARDIFF has been appointed Agent for the " Chro aicle" in the district of Parramatta, and -all parties indebted to that Journal are requested to pay him the amount of their respective accounts. Chronicle Office, February 27th, 1844.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

M?R. EDrroR.-I feel a pleasure in sanuc ci?g to the public, through your valuable journal, that she spirit of ttstotalltsm htas increased so much in East Maitland. and its vicinity, that it is not an easy matter to get a house large enough to contain the teetotallers and their friends, at their periodical tea parties. A large Temperance Hall is now to beerectedl, :onthe school-house allotment at at Mor .peth (the materials are on the ground;) by the East Maitland society, which they intend will be linishelt on the return of their rev. and worthy president, the 'ev. Mr. Mahony, in a few months, from Adelaide. wlhere the rev, gentleman is at prtsent working in the vineyard of the Lord, whose works may the .Losd bless, .as he has hitherto done in this district Youe's, &c. A TEETOTALL.R.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

NOTICE. M R. P. H. MULHOLLAND has been appointed Collector for this Journal, in the, room of Mr. THl MAS HIGGINs, who hats resigned. Chroniclo Office, . March. lst, 1844. NEW IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. MR. R. M. ROiEY, IAVING dotormined in addition to his general business as so Importer of British Goods, to open a wholesale and retail estahb lishment for athe'sale of HARDWARE and IRON. MONGERY, begs to apprise the public of Sydney. and the country settlers generally, that ie has taken those extensive and centrically situated premises in George.street, near King-street, late in the occu pation of Mr. Walford, which he intends opening on Saturday, 2nd March neat, with an entirely NEW: STOCK of GOODS, imported by the Columbian, bud other.recent arrivals, comprising .every variety .of. article required by parties furnishing, builders, and country settlers, who are respectfully invited to take an.early opportunity of inspecting the stock wliclf Mr. R. recommends with confidence, both for...

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

CLEARED OUT, For the Fegee Islands, tho schooner Tritan, Buck, with stores. Passengers-Mr. and Mr.. Vatsford, and Mr. and Mrs. sHazlewood. Fur the Whale Fishery, the American barque Cora, Baker, with sperm oil, &c. " .I

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

'.Fun. 2t8.-P1or Auckland, the cutler Vldieua Winter, with sundries. L'essseigurs-Mr. and Mrs. G ulilts, Mr. Joews, and Mr, Richards, 28 -For Norfolk -,sland, lthe brig Gvernnr Phillip, Bloyle, with stores &c. Passengers-flan. Mrs. Perry, Mr. Horsley, Mrs. Brown. Mr. A. Chapman, two in the steerage, and a military guard 29.-For tho Whale Fishery, tle American ship Relecca'Sims, Ray, with sperm oil, &c.:

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

jDtpplyzt lit~itllget lce. AIItlVA.LS. Ftn..28.-From Port Phillip via Port Albert, having left the former the-, and the latter the 21st instant, rise cutler Thomson, 4G tons,Bidrkinshaw, withs sundries. P'assengers.-Mr. and Mrs. Erskiihe and two children, Messrs.' Reeves, Raymond, Rear: don, White, Tillin, Painter, and M'Donald. L 29.-From Launceston having left on the 22nd instant, the schooner Muary Annr, 61 tons, Brown, with wheat and flour. Messrs; Fox, Whitehead, and, two Masters Amner.. - `29.-From the Whale Fishery, having left Sydney the 4th of December last, tile American ship Panansa, 253 tons, Comeins, with sperm oil. 29.--'ronm Moreton Bay, having left on, Sunday last, the steamer Sovereign, Cape, with 103 bales wool.* Passengers--tnsign Leigh, Dr. D'Arey, Messrs. Aseher, Roland, and shasue, thirtee In thn e steerage, four prlsonlers, a soldier and wife. ,

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HORTULAN AND FLORAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

IIORTULAN AND FLOILAL'EXUIIITION, The *annui and dulluness growing from bad times, was most agreeably relieved on Wednoeday last, by the exhibition at the Mlarket.shed, of flowers, fruits, and gardon vegetablep, which"was attqaded by ithe elite of taste, fashion, and beauty al:his our 02r 'ropolls. - We have not had the opportunity of seeing more than:ono previous sit.ilar ahuv : but whetheer wq had forgotten it, or whether thaton Wedneadiy was really rhperiur, we are not quite certain, but it aps pesred to us greatly so; and it was ontile wihole an eahibition highly honorable to the state of ladvanrce. meat in those truly delightful and most useful arts, the kindred ones of floriculture, fruclleulturo, and horticulture. It afforded most gratifying, as well as unanswerable proof that Australia is ablo to vie in perfection of the fruits of the earth, with the most favored regions of the globe ; as also in skill in raising them. The society is therefore deserving of the highest applau...

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LITERATURE. THE CATHOLIC MAGAZINE.—No. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

LITERlATUlRE. -o THE CATIIOL10 MAGAZINE.-No. IX. Wo are tempted to give a second no'iceo o this number for the sake of the following account of the Gregorian (Claunt, from the " Lludes Drurna,." 'iThe work is Protestant -but the spirit is that which we love to recognise : - "But the name of all others most celebrated in the history of Antiphonai Chanting is that of the ill ustrious Saint from whom we derive the Gregorian Tones; Gregory the First and Great, Bishop of Rome from A.D 590 to AD. 604. That St Gregory the Great did not introduce the antiphonal chant into WVestern Ctrristendo it, nor even into tire itoman Chrurclh,:is evident from what has been said; he did but 'gather up the fragments'of ao earlier antiquity; and gave snape and method to sacred strains, which, in tire West, may be directly traced up to St Am broso and St Damarus, three centuries before him; through them into the Oriental Church ; and so on to their springs in tihe very age of the Apostles trhem selvts. But...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

IMORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1844. B" e just ald fear not: Let all the epi s toi nims ast at be thy country's, iJ~y tod'a, and.trutbl.," ,Shakupcarc. IMMIGRATION. As the subject Hof immigration at the public expense, will, and must, very shortly come before the. Lgislative Council-as it is one of paramount importance in itself, as regards the well being of the colony, and also as regards the many thousands -of human beings, who have been, and who will be sent out to these'shores, it becomes our duty to bring it before the public.mind, that before the meeting of the council, men may, not as our great premier,the friend of the Jacobin King has expressed it, by " rubbing mind .against mind;" but by exchanging thoughts --comparing them with each other-and finally drawing a just conclusion, the public sentiment may be so matured, that the Council itself shall be instructed by the wisdom of-many, so as to legislate wisely on a question so vitally momentous. It must be evident to ...

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CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. Maturity of the Grape—Mode of gathering—Pressing—Treatment in the Vat—Course of Fermentation—Subsequent operations. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPIER 11. Mlaturity of the Grape--irode of gatherinlg-Preis. ing-Treatment in the Vat-Course of Fermenrta tion-Subsequent operations. Grapes were anciently trodden out after being ex. posed on a'level floor to the action of the solar rays for ten days; they were then placed in the shade for five days more, in order to mature the saccharine matter. This practice is still followed in some of .the islands of the Greek Archipelago; at St. Lucar in Spain; in Italy, at leastin Calabria, and in some of the north eastern departments of France. The fermentation is facilitated greatly by this process. + 'In some parts of France a labourer with sabots treads the grapes out as they come from the vineyard I in a square box, having houles in the bottom, and placed over a vat, a very barbarous method. The murk is then removed, a nd he proceeds with fresh grapes, until the vat beneath is full. Sometimes they are squeezed out in troughs, by naked men getting...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

C'an the depths of the ocean afflbrd you not graves, 'That you come thus to perish afar o'er the waves; l'u redden and swell tile wild torrentls tlhat flow, Through the valley of vengeance, the dark Aharlow? T he clangoutr of conflict o'erburthens the breeze, Fom the stormyny Slieve 111oom to the stately Gantees; Your caverns and torrents are purple with gore, Slieveeamon, Glencoloc, and sublime Galtymore ? The ast.burst that slumbered embalmed in our teats,' TJipperary I shall wave o'er thy tall mountaineers! And the dark hill shall bristle with stbre and spear, H, hile one tyrant remalns to forge manacles here, The siderless war-steed careers o'er the plain With a shaft in his flank and a blood dripping mane, Ilis gallant breast labours, and glare hIis sild eyes ; He plunges in torture'-flls-shivers-pnd dies. Let the trumpets ring triumph the tyrant is slain, lie reels o'er his charger deep pierced through tite brain; And Ilis myriads are flyilg like leaves on the gale, Iut, who s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

"The Aiboring Chronicle", is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South W'ales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia; New'Zealand, 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 ofinsertiois regquired; 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 neti advertisements; are received till.six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. IROBEI!'- ROSS, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, YORK PLACE, YORK STREET, NEAR TIIE BARRACK GATE, B EGS to return thanks to his friends . and the public for the very liberal sha...

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THE LATE JOHN MENZIES, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

TIHE LATE JOHN MIIENZIES, ESQ. -a [From the ,Edinburghl Courier, October 20.] We are deeply grieved to record the demise of John Menzies, Esq., of. Pitfodels, who died on Wednesday evening, the Illth instant, at Greenhill Cottage, in this vicinity, in the 87th year of his age. The descendant of a very old and opulent family. in Aberdeenshire, Mr. Menzies seemed, on his majority, about to enjoy unalloyed happiness, but the death of his beloved wife, shortly after their marriage, taught him the lessons and uses of a'li tion-and his long and widowed life was but one continued act of practical piety as regarded himself, and of beneficence to his fellow-creatures. Born in 1756, he had witnessed nearly 100 years of Catlholic history ; and, by the benevolence of Ihis heart, his extensive charities, and the patronage bestowed by him on Catholicity, he may be truly said to have been identified with it in a mostunoex. ampled degree. His name was to be found in every undertaking having for its...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

CHURCH lIBLLS.-Tlto following is the reply to the memorial of the Protestant Operatives of Cork, on this subject s-" Dublia Castle, Sept. 9, 1843. Sir,-I have to acknowledge the rece'pt of your let er of the 6th instant, and of an address to the Lords Justices, adopted at a meeting of the Cork Protestant Operative Association, complaining of the intended erection of certain bells in the Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Paul, in the city of Dublin. I beg leave to acquaint you that a similar representation was lately addressed to their Excele lencies by the Dublin Protestant tOperative Asso ciation, and that the legal adviser of the crown having been consulted on the subject, is of opinion that there is no law to prevent the erection of bells in Roman Catholic Chapels. I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient servant, ELtor.--t. S. Kemp, Esq., Secretary.-Sun, September 27. THB MORMONITB IMPOSTURB.-CAU TroN TO EMIoRANes -We have this weeks read a letter from Devonport, lower Territory, N...

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SIR WILLIAM DRUMMOND STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844

SIR IVILLI4A DRUMMOND STRIPVART. -0 [From the Edisnburgh Courier:. : From the Picayune of New Orleans, dated Ilth September last, we extract the following account of the movements of the honorable baronet and his companions of the " far west." They seem to have a roaming time of it t " Fort Platte, La RameeFork, July 8, 1843. " Dear Friends-Here we are, at this point of our long travel, in entire safety. It is ten chances to one I bring you this letter myself, if ever you get it at all, for there is little prospect of any one under. taking the journey back until we are about to return ourselves. From here we shall start in an hour for the Black Hills, Green River, the Sweetwater, and the Wind River Mountains, having twenty or thirty day's travel still before us. We shall then spend a short time a1 some favourable location among the mountains, and commence our return in August. I cannot now trust myself to speak of the grandeur, sublimity, soft beauty and appalling wildness-all of wh...

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