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Cape of Good Hope. FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

Qayp of loob jftopr, 0 FRONTIER. (From the jrontler Times.) The barricades erected In Graham'nTowwn to atop a rush of the enemy, were sold to-day, and'fetched 21d. perfoot for plank and quartering, and 1Od. for deals. These defences of the interior of the town waee sold, it should be understood by those at a distance, not because apprehension of danger has vanished, or because the Kaffir war Is supposed to behat its close,-but simply because they had become dilapldated by the late evere weather, and through Ceglect, and because the parties by whose aetthority they were erected, on the faith of public subscription, were anxious to pay off the debt which they had incurred. Tuesday.-The information from Fort Beaufort, relative to thie negotiations of Lieut.-Col. Johnstone and the Gaika chiefs, is very meagre and unsatisfac tory. We are informed that Col. Johnstone was preparing to march upon Sandilla, having received information where ai number of his cattle were, but in consequence of...

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City Council. MONDAY, DEC. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

ritp Council, -0- MONDAY, DEC. 14. Present the Right Worshipful the Mayor; Al dermen Flood, Allen, Macdermott, and Thurlow : Councillors IiI1, Fisher, Ryan, Titterton, Moir, Robey. Jenkins, llyndes, Smidmore, Henderson, Agars, Wilkie, Josephson, Cowlishaw, May, and Di iver. The Town Clerk read the minutes of the last meeting. LIGHTING. Alderman FLOOD brought up the report of the Lighting Committee, recommending that a rate of one halfpenny in the pound be levied for lighting the city with gas. The report was read and received. TENDERS. Alderman Tnolo.ow presented a report from the Improvement Committe recommending the reception of certain tenders to the Corporation for the ensuing year. ELIZADETH*STrEET. Alderman TnuunLow presentcd a petition from Thomas M'Gee, praying for recompense for making certain repairs in Elizabeth-street. Some ri4tcusanonroaaon. a_pointof order, an to the reception of this petition. COiRRESPONDENCB. The Town Clerk read a letter from the City Trea surer stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICEI. GoULDURN- .a. CsaNEr. BERJLwA--MR. . Md'MAHON. PATeR sDN-Mr. J. O'SuLdIVczt. PAntRAMATTA -Ila. P. CAuP V5 FORT PHILLIP -}i4. J. BULEN. e WoLLoNGaoN--MR. THOMAS FOWL;,. BATHuasT-M.R T. JONES. QUEANEYTAN-Ma. J. J. Wua\ita. MAITLAND--ME. T. MAloNT. CAMPIELLTOWN, &C.--Ma. d'ALtITRS..' WINDSOR-MB. JAMEs CAuspt>.. PzNaIru--.n..JAMES MOCAETHY. Jjaax'8 PLAINS-MR.I J. J. HAawUa. BuxooNzA-11Ma. EDWARD HuOIIE.. ADBLAID-MRa. JoHN NQWIAND. YACs--111. C. loUROn. GRELONG.-MII, JOHN DfURPIHY CLARRaGE TOWN AND DUN000 - Ufa. D Is Published in the United Kingdoms b;, MA. JONES , , PAB'ERNO$TCyR-IQW, LalwflW MR. W. J. BATTERnItY, 10, FiBUItDE lqPIWFMP" ¶LIAMRNT-SYRUnT, Dui.uo. ;'rliitcd for thr. I'roj'rietai by I;DttAII$ .rdluir~lNAW$1 t.I'6, pI..iH'rrirn, in tho County or Clumberland, and pua Ilfhed by him at lb. C*roeirk Oflo. No. I.CI9' Khtg.I*t Fro t dnarlny, [ifx, Spalb. ;alto.---·'.adu taity/ ·nr*I2 16, I<34 }

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Enclosures in No. 3. (No. 1.) My dear—Sydney, Feb. 17, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

Enclosures in No. 3. (No. 1.) My dear - Sydney, Feb. 17, 1848. You have read, I dare. say, in common with the English public in general, an article in the Times of the 3rd November, commenting npon the regu lations proposal by Sir George Gipps in April, 1844, for the management of the districts beyond the boundaries (commonly called the squatting districts) in this colony. The question is evidently taken up in a party spirit; and the an mus of the entire ar ticle is such as makes me suspect, that if it were not actually manufactured here, the materials of it must at least have been exported from this country. No person of common' discernment will believe that these are the natural expressions of one who had merely read the New South iicales Gaz=ete, in which the despatches, &c., relating to this question were pub lished. These are the words of one who had a pre conceived opinion, or upon whom influence had been employed to give him a desired bias. As my name is drawn from it...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

011tiMBUmcHO 4AIFIcttc -0- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. ,IMPOUNDINGS. Blackman's Swamp, on the 28th day of Novem ber, from Mr. Nicholson's, Guyong--black mare, long tail, little white in forehead, branded M near shoulder, JL off shoulder, about five years old, about 14 h'ands high; bay mare, black points, star in forehead, saddle marked, broke down in both fore fetlocks, branded apparently LM like D under the M, about seven years old, about 15 hands high; bay mare, white on near hind fetlock, saddle marked, has a bad back, black points, long tail, branded TP near shoulder, about seven years old, about 134 hands high, damages Gd,. each. Also, from the estate of Mr. Rain, Frederick's Valley-chesnut filly, white on off hind fetlock, star in forehead, white snip on the nose, long tail, branded TM on off shoulder, about four years old, about 141 hands high, damages Gd. If not released, to be sold on the 23rd of December. [12s. Braidwood, on the 28th day of November, from Bell Vue-light brindle b...

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CORRESPONDENCE ON THE LAND QUESTION. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed. No, 3. (No. 46.) Copy of a despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Stanley. Government House, Sydney, 23rd February. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

CORRESPONDENCE ON THE LAND QUESTION. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed. No. 3. (No. 40.) Copy of a despatch from Governor Sir George Glppsp to Lord Stanley. Government House. Sydney 23rd February, 1846. MI LORD, Teut enclosed paper contains a copy of a letter written by the Bishop of Australia to a private friend ii England, on the subject of the regulations of the 2nd April, 1844, which have excited so much in terest in the colony, and led to so much discussion here and elsewhere. It was placed In my hands by the Lord Bishop on Saturday last, with a general permission to make any use of it I might think proper ; and in a note from the Bishop, of which I enclose a copy, I sub sequently received express permission to forward it to your Lordship. I have taken the liberty of marking a passage In it (p. 11), with a view of attracting to it your Lord ship's attention, as this passage explains more fully, perhaps than I haveover done, the grounds on which the sale of homnestea...

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Court of Quarter Sessions. ADJOURNED SITTINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. Before the Chairman, and John Henderson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

jrourt u?f Quarte ?r000aon0, -o ADJOURNED fITTJNGB. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. Before the Chairman, and John Ilenderson, Esg., J.P. William Riley was found guilty of stealing sonme lead fixed to the dwelling house of one George Grimes, and sentenced to six months imprisonment in Sydney gaol. William Rice was convicted of stealing a shilling, the property of one Thomas Petty, and sentenced to be worked in irons for nine months. Thomas Frazer was convicted of stealing a watch, the property of one William Southcott, and was sentenced to be worked in irons for three years. John Harpur was convicted of stealing £75 from the dwelling-house of one William Small Frend, and was sentenced to he transported for ten years. Thomas Kinchela was convicted of stealing some carpenter's tools, the property of one Thomas Dixon. The jury recommended the prisoner to mercy on account of his previous good character, and he was sentenced to three months imprisonment in Sydney gaol. Michael Doyne and Francis Cunn...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

B?nis?onD's BLOODHOUNDS.--A character has lately gone t6 his last account In Ireland who for merly held, if not an enviable, at least a notorious position in that country. We allude to John Claudius Bcresford, who died last week. All who are per sonally or historically acquainted with the san pguinaryepoch;of.1798. must be cognizant of tho deceased's. deeds during that period. Heowas one of that party who determined to put down the first struggle for Irish : lberty, by" the 'dungeon, the ,convict-ship, -the :.triangle, :the pitchcap, and the -gallows. .He raised a yeomanry corps, that: was .known by the nomenclature. of '! Beresford's Blood : hounds.," -;Those bloodhounds .were never satisfied .unless.they.were slaking their thirst in human blood, .or,satiating:tlheir tiger eyes with the lacerated shoul ders.of some. poor i wretch ,who writhed under the .lash.in the Riding-school, Abbey-street, until he was tortured.into a confession of crimes of, which he was never..guilty, or ,com...

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HYSICAL FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

.HY$ICAL- FQRCE. [We feel much pleasure In tranferrlng",to our columns the following exposd of the .;Ph!ysical Fore'" doctrne lately put forward bhy the ,Natitn newspaper, from the,74ipperary ,Vindicator, one of the.most independent aind ably conducted journals of itio Provincial. Press of, ireland.] Thlre js,no bliglh.t on tlo mind.of the Irishapeo pie. The.exhibitions which we have lately.witnessed inopr,ortn..saqks they.regard .with sorrow and in dignation. Has not the dire, truculent, traitorous .artiole In the last Nation, on which we briefly com mented on Wednesday, conjured up horror through out the land-a feeling.which leaves no room,for doubt that the "leprous distilment" of which .tlat article contained'far more thani a sufficient .quntum. has reacted on itself, leaving .the malignrait.virgs to operate on its own vitals,, and reveal its conceotors in a fearful light before the .world P There is;no mistaking that article. It is an abPegationof ,ho nest principle-it is a dis...

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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

SIWLW 4YS. (From the'Yiiee, August 10.) .jWe thiqty snpply to the public what Parllament, ,with its thousand and one sessional reports and re .-turns, has not yet had the. wsdom to ask for-nn ._accounLof3lhetrailway_acts5. edIyr.a aruthorized In the ..preafnt session. .So;rapld, Indeed, is the progress of .rall??y ,legislaltion,.that, t.is not easy for the most *yigilant to keep pace with its -Increasing strides. The list we give is already incomplete,, for it is only .finllhed up to last Monday. ,Adlozen more lines .,received theroyal assent on Friday;.and .wepresUimo 1lhat this evening a still more.numerous.batch will e added to the formidable crowd. WVe-liave long since ceased to;hope that any argumenotwe could -use'on this- subject would avail with the Legislature. 'Possibl the mute eloquence of thetwo columns in (1his day's paper supplementary as they are;to other lists.whlch.we have.published before, will plead more .lowerfully than any comment of ours. The silent ilimsax?vhlc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

BIRTH, On Thursday, 10th December, at the Gas Com- pany's New Buildings, Mrs. Morris, of a son.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

DEPARTUnES. December 11.-Golden Spring, barque, Captain Poole, for London. Passecngers-M-r. and Mrs. William Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. B. Middleton, lMessrs. M. C. Chapman, Charles Collett, and George Jolilfe. ll.-A-laukin, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auck land. Passengers--Mr. Robertson, Mrs. Robert son, Miss Ann Robertson, Miss Barham Robertson, AMrs. Robinson, Master Charles Robinson, Messrs. Merritt, it. Mackenzie, Braithwaite, Petingell, W. Bartley, and Kennedy. 1I.--l ambler, schooner, Captain Fleury, for Tahiti. Passengers-Captain Whitfield, and Mr, Vaillant. I1.--John Bull, schooner, Captain Tuohey, for Auckland. Passengers-Messrs. . . Mackenzie, . It. Cretnay, E. Bennett, T. Byron, \V. Gollop, A. Nichll, Mrs. and Miss Bennett, Miss Mary Bennett, and Miss lodge. ll-Ariel, schooner, Captain Sturgeon, for Port Nicholson. Passenger-Mr. T. Irvine. Il-Clford ll itne, American ship, 305 tons, Captain Howland, for the Whaling Grounds. 14.-iAetilles, barque, Captain Millar, for London via ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

,i tptsrg Iutellugcnct. -o AIRIVALS. December 11.-Isabella Anna, barque, 226 tons, Captain Jones, from the New Hebrides, having left Tanna the let December. Passengers-three natives of the New Hebrides. 12.-Sovereign, steamer, 109 tons, Captain Saun ders, from the Clarence River. Passengers--four teen in the steerage. 12.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 9th instant. Passengers Captain O'Connell, Mrs. O'Connell, MDI. and Mrs. Lamb and child, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Messrs. Graham, Pickering, Wedge, Yates, Lane, Hughes, Brigges, and Regan. 13.-So-?du Carolina, American whaling ship, 303 tons, Captain Gardener, from the Whale F'ishery. 13.--1.M. Steamer Inflexiild, 1122 tons, Com mander J. C. lloseason, from Plymouth the 9th August, and Simon's Bay the 8th November. l'L.-Urgent, ship, 408 tons, Captain Tucker, frontPbrt Nicholson thu 3rd instant. Passengers '-Mr. Sidey, Mrs. Wilson, and Mr. James M?Arra.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

' (From the Morning Herald.) No one of the leist forethought or political ex perience could be at all surprised at the occurrence .of last.Thursday night. Lord John Ru'ssell, whoso so-called ' finality' speech of seven years back, showed him to have sonie genuine Conservative stuirabout him-is'now forced, whether he will or no, to become almost a Conservative leader, by the bold manmuvre of Sir Robert Peel. When the late betrayer of the Conservative party surrendered to Cobden, and, not content with a total submission, actually licked the dust before his conqueror's feet -and when lie closed his career with a speech which forced O'Connell to exclaim,' That fellow will take the bread out of my mouth !'-it was quite clear that he had resolved, whether Lord John liked it or not, to outbid him for the support of the Radical and Repeal party; and that nothing, remained for tlhe Whig leader to do, but either to sink into a follower of Sir Robert's, or else to show, as he is now doing, tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

The S.dnegy Chronicle" pnublished twice a woeek, oa Wednesdai and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout 'New ~duth Wates, Van Diemen's Land, South Australi: an, nd in land, Scotlad aJ -re and.- Te QIar - on the 31st-rc S j"th: June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only. subscribers can decline receiving it, afte payipy,. theo aount due.-;va? eiiiser . should nar.ono each advertisement the numnber, of an en"jons required; on otheris they are continu.edtill :o ?aen deL: o .tih 3 IUt discontinue or alter advertisemedts must be sent in before six o'clpck on the. eveniags of Tuesday and riday; but newr advertisements are received till six o'clock on r epenitigro nset etore pulicio iit be given in writing, and all letters postnedid Oer . . . ;. ·9 .ao Posoas. IIHE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, - . and the Public in general, are respect ailly informed, that the following rules will in lbture be.strictly adhered to . I:N SYDNEY--The Subscription is Ten .Shillin...

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. TORY ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

SPIRIT OF THIE PRESS. TORY :ANTICIPATIONS. (From the Times.). The Whig cabinet-as regards Ireland-lies under thie peculiar disadvantage of having*cencouraged by its individual members hopes which, in its aggregate character, it may be unable to fulfil. With Mr. Ward is associated the destruction of the Protestant Church; with Earl Grey its diminution; with Mr. Redington a strong anti-landlord policy; with the O'Connor Don something verging on Repeal. It is needless to say, after Lord J. Russell's declaration that the Protestant Church is not to be destroyed ; that the Union is not to be repealed; that the land lords are not to be abolished. True, no one expected that any of these very summary processes would be undertaken by the government. So far people have no right to be disappointed. But then what becomes of former protestations and professions P What becomes of annual motions and perennial assertions P Lord John Russell does not agree with Earl Grey, any more than Mr. Labouchor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

No; 46. 424. Town Clerk's Office, Sydney, 15th December, 1846. OT ICE, is hereby given, that on TIIURSDAY, the 24th December, 1846, at Noon, the undermentioned properties belonging.to the Corporation, will be let by public auction, in the Town Hall, York-street, for twelve months, from 1 January, to 31st December, 1847 inclusively, subject to the rules, regulations, and By-laws of the City Council, viz.: 1. The George-street Markets 2. The Hay, Corn and Cattle Markets 3. The Market Wharf 4. The Water Fountain, Hyde Park 5. The Water Fountain, Dock Yard. 6. The Water Fountain, Soldier's Point. Particulars may be obtained, and the terms and conditions of sale may be seen at this office, or at the Auction Mart of Mr. Stubbs, City Auctioneer, King-street. JOHN RAE, 4002 Town Clerk. LANCASHIRE HAMS. 1 50 FINE flavoured Lancashire Iuams, on sale at the Stores of IROBERT COVENY, 3397 102, Market-street. O N SALE, at the Stores of the Under ' signed 30 Tons stove-dried fine Liverpool salt, ...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 December 1846

CLEARANCES. December 14.-Phantonm, brig, Captain Chilcott, for Adelaide. : Passengers-Mr. C. Sourbier, Mr.. and Mrs. Spence, Mr. and Mrs. Milkin. Mr. anti Mrs. E.' MlIi and child, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and throe children, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gunter and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Pascoo and two chil dren, Mr. ard Mrs. Pinnock and four children, Mr. and Mrd., Jories, Messrs, J. Reed, W. Holt, G. lilsee, i. Blaker,'T;.Stovens, J. Molde, and II. Isaac, 14.-D3orset, brig, Captain Walsh, for Adelaide. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Solomon,_ three children and servant, Mrs. Phillmiere, Mr. D.bus, son and daughter, Mr. Lackey and child, Mr. Mitch ell and four children, Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Cornford and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lacey and two children, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilsen, Mir. and Mr. Webster and child, Messrs. A. Lazar A. Evershed, T. Jarratt, J. Rowland, P. Moss, J. Sexton, R. Martin, T. Ilowdon, J.,Ashman, D. Simpson, and W. Baker. 14.-Preciosa, Spanish ship, Captain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICGLE GOULDURN-Ma. CARNHY. BwutzMA-Ma. B. M'MAJoN. PATrErsoN-Ma. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRAMATTA .Ma. P. CaRnIF. PoRT PUILLZP -IRl. J. BULLEN. WoLLoNooNa-Ma. TIloMA4 FowLux. BATJUUST-Ma. T. JoNBB. " QuEANIEaYAN-Ma. 3. J. Wawn:r.T MAITLAND-MRI. T. MAIIONT. CAMrrnELLTOWN, &c.-MA. I'AIJsTUA, WINDSOR-MIJ. JA3HES CASwDYo:. PENaITU1-Ma. JazEs M'CAwrIz. JELLY'S PLAINa-MN. J., J. IIH.'U5. BUNOONIA-'MR.. EDWAID Hucnium.1 ADv1z.AzDa-Mu. JOHN NowLA)W. ,.; YASS--'3a. C. RouiE. . .GEELOECD-Mu. JOHN MWWMHY".; CLA11Woa, TOWN AND DsuNwoo-Ma.' Dant "TIEILNEY. Ptibltshed in tiw Uniltcd Kingdom,bV, Mua. JONES, 03, PsTERNOSTu Ra-Iow, .LamDOII DM. Wv. J. BATTEnaUr, 10, Eauzxlt-nazDosrPJP' L!AMUONT-STREET, UBDLIN. l'Pigirid for tha Proprietor by MDWAltD .rUIgIZIIA''5 * i'Y, or ulr.fri, in the County of OnlrbfLnd,. Sdpub. UHtled by him at tlb Chronicle Of loe,' d ., 2". Idkhih Ecal,.S3-duty, N., Scu eurh es.*":ltw4*l i', 184'.

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846

Qtot.tvmcntt t .?tSa; tts4. TUESIDAY, DECEMBER 15. LAND SALES. :At eleven b'clock of Thursday the 14th January next, the following town allotments willlbe offered for sale by public auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, at the upset .price .affiled to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the 5th and Gth.V.ictoria. TOWN LOTS. I to 10. Bathurst, 2 roods each. "Upset jrice 81. per acre. 11 to 1I. Gunning, 2. roods each. Upset price Si. per acre. 15 ,to.29. Rylstone, 2 roods each. ,Upset price 81 per acre.. 30 to 37. Wellington, 2 roods each. 'Upset-price 81. per acre. 38. Sydney, 5} perches, County of Cumberland, parish of St.'James, allotment No. 1 of section 103 ; commencilg at the north-west corner, bounded on the west by 73 feet 1 inch of Castlereagh-street ; on the south by 20 feet.9 inches of .Bridge-street; on the east by the western boundary of No. 2 allotment being,a line at right angles to'Briigc-street 08 feet 7 inches divid...

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