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

[?] -ln ' order to V prevent /aoy , utoin occurring in keeping the accounts of Sub scribers, we beg^to request our {Aqents, when remitting any money, to state th'e names of the parties to whose credit ib is to be placed, and to lxmind the Subscribers of tin 'Terms', of publication — payment in ad vance, ^as- far,, as practicable — for short ac couuts, cannot fail to form a lasting friend ship between 'us and', our Subscribers,' aae! all connecteel vvitb! tbV' Fr-eemdn's 'Journal. ''

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REVIEW. CHRISTIAN POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

REVIEW. (M'omthe Tablet.) , ; CHRISTIAN POLITENESS, ^ omeflj, -from the « Civilite Chretierine ' of :; the Vtsiii'de la Salle. By the Christian brothers. Dublin: Puvvell. 1850; ;? t would 'be a work of supererogation, we ;?;? ^ to tell Catholics wuo the Christian I . 'era are. 'j'heir character is known by biitii. u ^'g'ana ; ana we would fain kin ,7' at there are -ew Catholics in these frS Who have not heard of themani « iCinC? ^^^ tO C1-^ianity ™* I «4 - tilC huinble ch«dren of De la f for »'„„ .. lS name ls a sufficient guarantee i IkukI? ulerary WOrk comi»g to* *eir ^ ductinn \ 6-may rest Satis^d that any pro I the un eanng ***-Wrinat»r is based on ? -n-l moraT8 Pf ^)Us '-?? Catho ic Faith ' 'wteriJldh5-^ lhat its execution is cha ,| ensed by full and accurate information methodical arrangement, and purity, if not eloquence of style. The 'class books ' already published by the Christian Brothers are by far the best books of the kind in the English language. In fact, before the a...

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THE PURIFICATION, OR CANDLE MAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

THE PUlllFie VT]QNf , Olt'CA'NDLK MAS DAY. ? (^IProm Sharpest London Magazine) This festival is celebrated -by all Christen-* dom. It is generally supposed to- date from Justinian ; but Pope Gelasius had certain!? solemnized it at Rome thirty years before the accession of that emperor. The following rhyme respecting Candle mas. Dav is universal in Scotland : — '?If Candlemas Day be dry or fair, The half of winter's to come and mair;: If Candlemas Day be wet or foul, The half o' winters' gone at- Yule.' , Very similar is the ancient latin distich— 'Si sol splendescat Maria purificante, Major erit glacies post festum quarn fuit anle.' ? In Germany there is a vernacular proverb to express the same idea :? — ' The shepherd would rather see a wolf enter his stable on a li'andlemas Day than the sun.' A corres pondent in Home's ' Year Book' remarks, ' I have seen a farmer of the ' old schcol' rubbing his hands with glee during the dis mal. battling of the elements without, while the wind e...

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THE MARCH OF THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

THE MARCH OF THE LEAGUE. (From the Dublin Nation.) The Tenant League has set up its banner in the North. And in no hole and corner ; on no obscure or exceptional ground; but in the ancient head quarters of faction and party strife — -in Ballibay., What the Catholic Association in the day of its supreme power attempted in vain, the League has attempted and accomplished. The livening Packet, in the name of the land lords, threatened them with Orange resistance. But- the Orangemen stood close by their side. Mas ters of Lodaes moved resolutions. Tvlers of Lodges. ? _ — ? _^__.- — ._ — __ — _ j j - . ^j j we are told, kept order in the meeting, and one of the managing committee *as the son and successor of Sam Gray ! We have seen every meeting since the League was inaugurated, and this one was unquestionably the most important. On its platform stood many of the identical men who won Mouaghan from the Oligarchy a quarter of a century ago — in the great struggle of !26. Many of the men, la...

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PROTESTANT MISCONCEPTION OF CATHOLIC DOCTRINE. (The following extracts are from Mr. Wards "Four Years Experience.") [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

PROTESTANT MISCONCEPTION OF CATHOLIC DOCTRINE. , {I7ie following; extracts are from Mr.. Ward's. ' Four Years Experience.') FOKMS OF PRAYER. - Here, too, 1 must add a word respecting that singular notion which Protestants en tertain with regard to the supposed Catholic rule, that we should- always pray in a set form of words, learnt by heart, or read from a book. That Catholics discountenance ex tempore public prayer in an assemblage of persons, except in peculiar circumstances, is ' roost true ; and the reasons why they do so will commend themselvffs r.n fivprv np.rsnn of common sense. But that the Catholic is taught to pray only in fixed forms of words in his closet, or even while he is joining in the public services of the Church, is as un mixed an untruth as ever proceeded from anti-Catholie prejudice. Every thing I ever read in a Catholic book, every thing I have ever heard since 1 became a Catholic,; unites in teaching a doctrine the very reverse of this common accusation. I n...

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

'? ??; ? ???-? ?????:-'- 3Erelaift».-: '? : Fuom a hasty glance of the Nation, (October 5th) lent us for a short time, we are glad to find that the equitable and truly salutary principles advocated by the ' Tenant Right League' are making rapid :md successful progress throughout the four Pro vinces of Ireland. For the present we can only find room for the following extract. At a ' Soiree ' given in Ballibay, the former focus of Orangeism, attended by upwards of one thousand persons, where the Presbyterian and Ca tholic Clergymen were united on the same platform to hear the tunes of St. Patrick's Day, The Pro testant Boys, and The Boyne Water, played in suc cession, Mr. Lucas, the talented Editor of The Tablet made the following remarks :— After some few preliminary observations on the importance of union among persons of all creeds, and the facility of union without the sacri fice of religious convictions on any side, said he had been asked were the ecclesiaatics of the church to wh...

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CLASSIFICATION OF ANGLICAN CLERGYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

CLASSIFICATION OF ANGLICAN CLEKGYMBN. {From ' A Sunday in London.') I divide your English clergy and laity, apart from the Dissenters and Papists, into some fifteen or sixteen distinct sections ; and I assure you, Mr. Herder, that in making this division I received the aid of more than one Anglican clergyman, not to count hints from the writers in one or two of the most popular Church-of- England periodicals. First of all come your unblushing Roman isers, and a most dishonest set I take them to be. A good many of them have turned Papists, and saved their character for con sistency ; but as for the rest, they are the most impudent rascals breathing. De nounced by their own Church, and anathe matised by Rome, they copy the Papist wherever they dare, edit Romish books, visit Romish churches abroad and sometimes in England, call the Church of Rome their sister, talk about Catholic saints and cere monies, avow their belief in Transubstantia tion, revile the Reformation, hate to be called...

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

COASTERS INWARDS. January 23. — Beppo, 24, Dones ; Stranger, 27, Croad, both from Newcastle. January 24. — Sisters, 44, Hescott, from New castle ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. January 25. — Mermaid, 22, Campbell ; Active, 40, Melviile, both from Newcastle; Gitana, 15, Foister, from Brisbane Water. January 28. — Victory, 19, Fisher, from Brisbane Water ; Chance, 38, House, from Newcastle.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

&DtPi-iit0 fLnttlUQtntt. ARRIVALS. January 23. — Undaunted, barque, 300 tons, Cap tain Walker, from Kiapara the 7th instant. January 24. — Tascarora, U.S. ship, 379 tons, Captain Leek, from the Arctic Whale Fishery. January 24. — Martha, U.S. ship, 533 tons, Cap tain Townes, from Newcastle. January 25. — Primus, ketch, 37 tons, Captain Steele, from Tahiti, the 19th December. January 26. — Louisa, brig, 182 tons, Captain Heslop, from Adelaide the 15th instant. January 26.— ?Prince of Wales, barque, 582 tons, Captain Stewart, from the Downs the 20th October. January 26.— Fanny Fisher, barque, 238 tons, Captain Harrold, from the Mauritius the 14th De cember. January 26. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Cap tain Gilmore, from Launceston 16th, Melbourne 22nd, and Twofold Bay the 25th inst. January 26. — Blonde, barque, 672 tons, Captain Soutter, from the Downs the 12th October. January 27. — Fortunio, American brig, 203 tons, Captain Hasty, from Honolulu the 15th December. January ...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 30 January 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from Is. 8d. to Is. lOd. j ducks, 2i.0d. to 2s. Od. ; geese* 4s. Od. to 5s ; turkeys, 6a. to ids. ; pigeons, 8d. ; wild ducks, 2s. 6d. to 0s. Odvper couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. Od. to 3s. Od.each. Dairy Produce. — Fiesh butter, 7d. to.9U. ; salt, 5d. to 7(1. per Ib ; cheo.se, .5d. to Gd. ; bacon, 5d, to 6d. ; lard,2il. ; -ggs, lOd. per dtzen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s. 6d- ptr c wt. ; cabbages. Is. 8d. to 3s.,6d. ; cauliflowers, 2s. 6d io 3a. 6'd. ; lettuces, Od. to 6d. ; turnips, 0s. 0d. to Is 6d. per dozen ; parsley, 4d. per bunch ; celery, Is, 6d, ; leeks, s. 3d. ; parsnips, Is. 4d. to 0s. Od. ; carrots, Is. Gd ; pumpkins, 4s. Od. to4s. 6tl. per dozen , peas, 5* Od. to 6s, Od. per bushel; beans, 4d. 6J. to 5a. ; onions, 5s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. per cwt. Fruit.— Oranges, Gd. to Is. Od. per dozen ; lerri0ns, Lisbon, 3d. to 5d. ; peaches, Is. Od. to 3s. Od. per basket; pears, 3d. to 6d. per dozen ; apples, 5d. to Is. per dozen ; loquat...

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

COASTERS OUTWARDS. January 23. — Australia, 45, Williams ; Caroline, 29, Priden, both for Newcastle. January 24. — Maria Prudence, 27, Louder, for Kiama ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Sister, 44, Hescott, for Newcastle. January 25. — James and Amelia, 33, Dearing ; Mermaid, 22, Campbell, both for Newcastle ; Sylph, 23, Lucey, for Brisbane Water. January 28. — Emily, 30, Cureton, for Newcastle ; Opossum, 18, Brown, for Brisbane Water.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

WEDNESDAY, FEBRirARY: ' 26^ ''?[, ;? [. . TO MERCHANTS, CAPITALISTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. :J ; IMPODTANT SALE OF - QPLKNDID '? CITY PROPEBTY in k3 Fortrstreet, between the 'Whaler's Arms', arid Mr.JCampbell's Houses, with deep water frontage to Darling Harbour, adjoining Botts' Wharf. ... --.-r-'' Also, ' ?.?'. . VALUABLE BUILDING GROUND ': . In Windmill-street, Adjoining the. ' Whaler's Arms,' and opposite the ' ' Hero^Uf Waterloo,' extending nearly to the . road leading' to the North Shore Steam Ferry and near Aspinall, Brown, and Co.'s Wharf. ' J^_AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ; - ? ~T3Y MR. SAMUEL LYONS, On WEDNESDAY, the 26th February, At 1 1 o'clock precisely, ? IN 12 LOTS, ' . As shown on the plan on view at the Auction Room. Tep.ms Ljberal — 20 per cent, cash deposit; the residue by ap proved bills at nine, twelve, and eighteen months, dated from day of sale, and bearing bank interest. FORT-STREET ALLpTMENTS. Lot 1. 35 feet frontage to Fort-street by 110 feet depth, ^adjoining the Wha...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

.ggOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry. — Fowls, from I9...61I. to Is. 81). ; ducks, 2'. Sj.Jtt) 2s. 6d, ; gpese, 4s. to 4s. Sd. ; turkeys. 6*. toi7|iT6d.;; pigeons, 8d.; wild ducks, 29. 6d. to 0s. P-Z!Spif(lfe; roasting pit»s. Is.- lOd. to 2s. 3d. each* D^tfy^.EiioDuci5.— Fresh butter, 7d. to 9J. ; salt, . 5 ( J . ^Oj.-7tV'P «' r» I b ; cheese, 5d. to,6d. ; bacon, Od, to .Sd.jjiD-ir.d, 2(). ;. eggs, lOd. per dozen. : , .; , ,; VEppTABiiBS.;-— Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s. Sd.psr cwt. ; cabbages. Is. S'd. to 3s. 6d. ; cauliflowers. 2s. ,6d (6 3jt'jS1!bi;«le.tMice.sl 0d. to6fi. ; turnips, .Os.-Od, to Is. .Gdyrp^r-dbzen,; parsley,, :.,4.i. per burich ; celery. Is. ??6.d,:{f?l-?ek'3,, s;%W.-;,;[)at snips. Is. 4d. to 0s. Od. ; c?1rr£MiiL§ii^ ; i.piimjfkins, 4s. 0d. to 4s. 6d. per 'dozen,; ,-}i.|)g{}s-1,.5'H«.0/K .tq.:63, ,0(]v por bushel ; beans, ;4sVr6ilrfft3'5'-.:;., onions, . 5s'.«,6J. ;to;.8s. 6d, per cwt. ;:F:RinT.— ?Oranges, 6d.,to; Is. Od per dozen ; lemons, .fjs6p,p.v,3dii%;t0;.5d..;i!pe...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

:^ra- ^tKPinug fintelitijfnce. ' l liasja-^- : ?' ' ARRIVALS. ' ? -??' January 60. — Margaret, brig, 186;tons, (Japtam M'Eeod, from San Francisco the 17th November, Lahaina 10th December, Honolulu 13th December, Upolo 9th January, Vayau 15th January. January 30. — Johnstone, ship, 436 tons, Captain Harrison, from Tahiti the 3rd January. ' ,JaT5uary 30.— Adiorondack, U.S. ship, 698 tons, Captain Gillespie, from Honolulu the Sth.December. JFtHiuary'30. — Mary S;e\vart, schooner, 73 tons, Captain Sommerville, from Moreton Bay the 20th instant. January .31.— Countess of Minto, barque, 300 tbns,-Captain Allen, ;from Newcastle. January 31. — -Kandolph, ship, 664 tons, Captain Dale, from Lyttelton the 10th inst. January.31. — Woodlark, barque, 237 tons, Cap tain Kendall, from the South Sea Fisheries. January 31. — Picard, schooner, 187 tons, Captain Bowden, from San Francisco the 9th December. January 31. — Fancy, barque, 321 tons, Captain Stowe, from the South. Sea Fisheries. February 1. ...

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ST. MARY'S CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

ST. MARY'S CHORAL SOCIETY. On Monday evening a meeting was held in St. MaryJs Seminary, in consequence of an adveitise mentin the Herald of Sa'turday, inviting the pre sence of all . persons who. might- feel; inteiested in the formation of a Society for the cultivation of choral' musici ' ?'. ? ? L '? - h.'. ..; .,:: , ; - His; HpnoriMr. Justice .Therry was repuested to £a-ke, the chair. He opened, the business of the ;-meetirig.-by stating generally the object of the pio posed Society— the cult' vation of good ohotal music' He had great pleasure in joining and iomardin' the views of a Society, whose aim was one winch he; felt to be so , excellent in every point of Mew. The social practice of good music, whether con c'sidered:as an innocent and cheering recreation, or, .as- exercising a sound moral, and .{esthetic influence, possessed advantages which he thought could scarcely ?- be ' over-rated These advantage's ' : S\ oulch be as ?widely.. extended as possible by this. Society, wh...

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THE IRISH STATE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

THE. IRISH STATE PRISONERS. We are glad to find that the good sense of the Meeting, called on last Tuesday evening, to sym pathise with these gentlemen, has adopted the prac tical course, pointed out by us in a recent number of this journal, towards obtaining substantial relief for the Irish patriots, now suffering in Van Diemen's Land, viz., by petitioning Her Majesty the Queen to grant them a conditional pardon, and we are much inclined to think that the petition will be crowned with success. It is true that Sir William Denison deserves to be removed from his present position. Besides bis unconstitutional conduct in the case of the 'exiles,' he is the most dangerous agent, in the hands of Earl Grey, ior preventing the perfect emancipation of these colo nies from the demoralising effects of the convict system. But to petition for his removal weuld be totally useless. Mr. Nichols deserves well of the ' exiles' and of all who wish to render them some substantial service, by his tact ...

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THE PRIMATE OF IRELAND AND THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

THE PRIMATE OF IRELAND AND THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. (From the Cath'olic Standard^) In the following letter, addressed to bir inomas j Redington, the Most Rev. Dr. Cullen declines to accept the office of Visitor to the Queen's College, Belfast, and repudiates all connection with those | institutions in still more decided language than that | used in the Synodical Address : — „ ' |] ' Dublin, Sept. 16. I ' Sir,— I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your I letter ol the 3rd instant, in which you state you I were directed by- the Lord-Lieutenant to inform me i that the Queen had been pleased, by warrant under l her sign manual, to appoint me to be a Visitor oi I the Queen's College, Belfast. In reply I will no 1 trouble you with a long statement of the reasons ? that compel me to decline accepting the office m ? question. Iwill merely observe that I consider .ttj. ? principles on which the Queen's Colleges are founueu ? most dangerous, and that the experience .ot ouu* I countries cannot lea...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. SATURDAY. Before S. E. MILFORD, Esq., acting Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

2&omr$tic SmrlUgnur. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. SATURDAY. ..' Before S. 1?. Milford, Esq.,, acting Chief Commis . . missioned of Insolvent Estates. Tn the estate of Samuel Terry Hughes, an ad :? journed second meeting. The insolvent not being in attendance, the. nieeting adjourned until Monday. 1 : MONDAY. In the estate of Samuel Terry Hughes an ad journed second meeting was held. Claims were proved amounting to £94 ; after which the insolvent ; was examined at considerable length, and the meet ing terminated. . ' TUESDAY. In the estate of Joseph Marchant, a third meet '... ing was held. No debts were proved, but two claims were handed in which had been transmitted from the country' to the Commissioner by post. These were disputed by the creditors, and there being no one present to support the claims, they ' were not allowed. The official assignee handed in . , his report. The meeting instructed him to release the assets of the estate forthwith. In the estate rof Acton...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

^PlTpiiii OF iU-Mii ^WiS. Signal D.efeat of the Holsteiners,-*— We have late intelligence from Friedrichstadt, from which we learn that the repeated assaults of the Holsteiners upon that place, had been repulsed with great loss of life and great havoc done to the town. In the after noon of the 4,th, the troops forming the storming parties were ordered to advance. They die] so in three column's, one by the chausee that crosses the marshy ? level from' the town to Seeth, a second along the Treen-dike, and the third bv Eider-dike. On all three., points the attack failed. The 6th battalion ; of Holsteiners acted most bravely, but the Danes poured forth such a murderous fire as almost to anmhilateit.. All the captains were left killed or wounded on the i spot 3 a circumstance but seldom recorded in the annals of military warfare. The fact is admitted in General Willisen's «wh official report;' General' W. estimates his total loss to ? -have, been 200 or 300 killed and wounded. Private ; ...

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CITY COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

CITY COUNCILLORS. It has been a rule with us from the first to abstain as much as possible from allusion to individuals. But there are occasions when our wishes in this respect must give way to a peremptory sense of duty, and we do feel called upon to speak plainly on the subject of the recent report of a committee cf the City Council, and in a manner which must convey an expression of strongest censure in regard to the conduct of some of our civic functionaries. The report to which we allude does, in fact, lay certain members of the City Council open to the charge of flagrant breaches of decency and decorum, and we *. trust 'it will make an impression. ,upori all who have a voice in the City Election. We have not been backward in expressing our opinion in regard to the City Council in their corpo rate capacity. Time after time we have addressed ourselves to that body in terms of censure, and sup ... -ported our remarks with a plain statement of facts ? -which no man with eyes and e...

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