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Miscellaneous Extracts. ST. PETER AND ST. PHILIP. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

^jj&i$Milmem& Extracts*. ; . -i -ST. PETER AND ST. PHILIP. .?::.?.; ' ''-' Ih'the far North our lot is cast, ':'i'; 'Where faithful hearts are few ; ; .' Still 'are- we Philip's children dear, ; ' ?, And Peter's soldiers true. ;; ' ,;' '-Pounder' and Sire'! to mighty Rome, ? '.,..; .!'''?'? 'Beneath St. Peter's shade, , /' ''? : Early thy vo'.v of loyal love 1 And ministry was made. ' The anipte porch and threshold high Of 'Peter 'was- thy-1 home,: ' 'The world's Apfj^tle he, and thou' ?',':'' ':'. Jt\l^ost^ '9^ fris Rome. :; ^:Aiid;firsrt|ih the-'bld catacombs, ' ' : V ''v. yiri /galleries dark and deep, -:i-':i-i-Whey8i!na[rty:r'rPopes had ruled the Church, ''''',. '? ?^ii(l*sle^t';t!ieir'gloi'ibus' sleep ?/ '? '.;.', 'v Through th e s'tiil 'night, in lonely prayer, ?: ': ,'!' Thou waitedst,'.'till there- came ?'? ' !Downrbh ithy 'b:)jast, new-lit for thee, ''. \;TlievPenteoostal flame. Then, kindlihg wiiih that sacred fire, ' Th'oiij through the city wide, 'Didst ...

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BAD MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

BAD MEAT. It cannot longer be doubted that a fatal disease prevails to a certain extent in the cattle brought down the country on their way to the Sydney Market. If any of the cattle thus infected happen to be slaughtered before they fall victims to the latent disease the consequence is. obvious and inevitable, that such meat must be bad. A Board has been appointed to enquire and report on this very important subject. But in the mean ; time what steps have been taken by those legally entrusted with the care of the public health of our city, to prevent the sale of bad meat ? We very naturally supposed that the Inspector of ' Slaughter Houses' and the Inspector of 'Nuisances' wou!d have. as a matter of course, exercised their authority to prevent the sale of ' objection able meat,' but to our great surprise we have been informed, that neither of these well-paid functionaries consider it to be a part of their duty to do so. One, it appears, looked upon it to be no part of his duty to i...

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

^ ' REVIEW... » v . . ; (~F)'oih iJie Catholic Standards ) i.The Rar)Mer,for October. London : Burns ; ;and Lambei t. 'In tli* last number of this Catholic Jour nal and Review, appeared two superior and interesting articles,. the one philosophical, the other descriptive, on Religion and Modern Philosophy, and on Celebrated Sanctuaries. .rf.lhe Madonna. In the first it was shown chat 'there is a civil, domestic, and animal prudence, which may enable a man to live very comfortable within himself, his family, and hisneighbours,.wit out much exeistiflin of his reason, and without any care for religion.' And that ' thus it is a characteristic of false religion,, that they cannot penetrate,, fi!!, and satisfy the whole of a man's nature, his heart?,; his reason,, his will.' In the second article on this subject, in the present number, the same theme is continued, and the distinction between Religion and Modern Philosophy is further discussed. The superiority of reli gion over science,, ev...

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THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. We were convinced by the speeches made last week at the meeting held on the busi ness of the Benevolent Asylum, that the same want of foresight, which has unfor tunately always characterised proceedings on any subject of common interest in Sydney, prevailed also on this important subject of provision for the poor. Necessities arise, and they are met when they have arisen and acquired some urgency, in a a hasty, con fused, inadequate manner. We live in our civic life from hand to mouth. According to the old rule, what is every body's busi ness is nobody's business. Few men amongst us appear to contemplate our condition as it is, a young community, indeed, but now no longer incomplete, either in our powers or in our necessities. We are small in num bers it is true, but we have all the elements both of prosperity and distress that exist among old nations. We are then to pro vide for the spread of distress as we hope for the increase of prosperity ; and our measur...

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SUBMISSION TO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

SUBMISSION TO THE CATHOLIC; CHURCH. (From the Rambler.}) ; Submission to lite Catholic Chwcli, By A* J. H^nmer, B.Av This little work is addressed to inquiring friends, anxious to be informed why the the writer had left the Established Church.. The answer is a startling one. Mr. Han mer assures them that 'it was for this reason, and for no other, viz., because the fundamental principles of the established re ligion are, in themselves, really and1 truly, neither more nor less than those of total in fidelity.' The line of argument thus adopted is one which Protestants often pro fess to. be greatly shocked at, as tending to; precipitate sceptically disposed minds in tu conclusions from which they would natural'y. have shrunk, and which they would never have consciously accepted but for the sake ot / intellectual-consistency. No doubt it: is mosc shocking that men should be content to give up whatever was real and true in their prin ciples rather than follow it out to its legiti mate re...

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MR. SALMON AND THE BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

MR. SALMON AND THE BIBLE SOCIETY, The Sydney Morning Herald has again chosen to make its pages the vehicle of in sult and slander, directed, in the intention of the poor men whose speeches it chroni cles, against the Church of Christ. What ever may be the demerits of the Catholic population in Sydney, most certainly want of patience is not one of their faults. Day after day they pay their money quietly for a paper, which professes to have no partiality for any religion, and which indeed is tolera bly well conducted on this very dignified principle, with this one exception, a manifest and eager readiness to publish anything, however improbable and absurd, against Catholics and their religion. What else could have betrayed so cau tious and flourishing a journal into publish ing last Thursday a speech like that of Mr. Salmon's at the meeting of the British and Foreign Bible Society ? True enough, the extraordinary impudence and ignorance of its fa'sehoods may have been supposed quite e...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. THE NEW CARDINALS. ROME, SEPTEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

4£crU#ia«3ttcal lintciUanice. THE NEW CARDINALS. / -Vi: ) (From a Correspondent of the Timesl) ' '.?o! Rome, Septembers 30. In the Consistory of this morning his Holiness named Dr. Wiseman cardinal, y under the, -tile of Archbishop of Westminster/ ; The; Consistory ? of this day is one'V-£^he Tjtio'St i:6markatile? in mbdVi:i)? times, from /the, ^ch'AVfe^tance/^bf-^^nr'oUt^-o^t.lieV fourteen cardinals 'haying been-cho^en^fr^fdi-ei^ai states, and o'hllvirfefev-of xthem beinjor:ita'fians. - ;-' \. As the nora ina tipn'; of! an ]^}i§lish;'^ardinal* |sT.o£ rare occurr^ntS^ji^inlyg yentipe, j^hap!^? to\;.d£ scribe the c|re^rienip^*v|nch #&3oi$pany liis elpyjji tion. This^o'rnlng a;;C|)n3i§tOTy ^as^el^ at wjii.fch the Pope announced r£o;v^^ pij-efcenfe has intention ofv^^jfer|fing!a,mark;jD|f^ayoui^ various bisbopisf and\ j^ he briefly nb'ticed.'-7'i/iIhe cardinals expressed theiri. ' . assent, and friVv:H^jpe^s-;then)pr^^ed^d(to^^JlJb^sh, the names and' declare the formal, nommat...

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

ME. HUGHES, SURGICAL MACHINIST AND TRUSSMAKEB FttOM LONDON, .??'?? . BEG-S leave to inform the Public tha bis Trusses have received the ap probation of the Medical Profession, they act effrc tiially, are made to fit, and have, the proper pressure which is seldom the case unless made for the patient Instruments on improved principles, for Childrei suffering from weakness of limbs, spinal complaints &c. -, ... Chest Expanders (on a new principle) foi persons inclined to Contraction of the Chest, am can be worn without being perceived. Backboards Monitors. Abdominal Supporters for Prolapsus Uteri also, a Truss or Bandage for Prolapsus Ani, ant the Piles. Elastic laced Stockings for varirosed veins Knee Caps; Ankle Socks; Abdominal Belts; Riding Suspensories ; Crutches ;. Enema and Glass 'Syringes; Urinals ; Hearing Tubes ; Baby Jumpera, and a variety of other articles. A few of Carson's Patent Salting Machines 139, King-street, East, Near Castlerpaah-sfreet. CriEAP BOOK AND STA...

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Ireland. THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

Irrlanft. THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE. We take the following from the Dublin Freeman's Journal of October 5 ? — ? We are able to-day to announce to our readers the glad tidings that the first step has been taken towards the erection of the National University. The Committee has sat— the mode of collecting funds has been' decided on— secretaries have been appointed — a committee-room has been, chosen monthly meetings are announced, and an account has been opened in the Hibernian Bank, in the names of the four Archbishops, where subscriptions and donations towards the great national under taking will be received. This is beginning well, and in the right way— and we think we may promise that before one yenr shall have, elapsed :from^is :^fBjstep,, the Irish University^! h^e'fuM^^^a^i^da^c^ and will have opened to the' countr^riiew |nd*|right pros ?pects;-.- -.: ?-' , /JJ}/;:-^*^ I |'| TKe- country-' has i 'been -^p.^|jy Raiting this m.oyement on the^^...

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THE APPARITION OF LA SALETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

THE APPARITION OF LA SALETTE. ; The following is a translation of a letter in the Ami de la Religion :— .?????( Continued from our last. ) i 2d.' I find the second in the numerous answers, absolutely above their age and bearing, which they have spontaneously made to the different interroga tories to which they have been subjected. For it must be remarked, that never was a cul prit so feeseiged by questions as have these two poor little peasants been, for two years, about the vision i they relate. To difficulties often prepared before j hand, sometimes long and insidiously meditated, I they have always opposed prompt, brief, clear, and i peremptory replies. One feels that they would be radically incapable of so much presence of mind, I were it not all truth. One has seen them led like malefactors to the very spot either of their revela tion or imposture ; neither the gravest or moat dis tinguished personages disconcert them, nor threats or reproaches alarm them, nor caresses or gentl...

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FRUITS OF ECONOMY AND TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

FRUITS OF ECONOMY AND TEMPERANCE. One of the best movements of tliis very restless age, is that which tends to unite men in forming a associations' for their mutual benefit, and for turning small but regular contributions to the best advantage. The parable of the 'bundle of rods' is fa miliar to every one. What one man can never effect by his own individual unaided exertions, may be easily accomplished by the combined action of many. Hence none of the various projects of the Philanthropist, towards the amelioration of the condition of the great mass of Ms fellow mortals, can be compared, in their beneficial and reformatory results, to the simple, unexpensive, but pro ductive organisation of the industrious and frugal in ' Benefit Societies.' Of this we have an encouraging and satisfactory proof in the Balance Sheet, and in the State of the Funds of the St. Patrick's Benefit Society for the last year, which will be found in another column. There are about 120 members in this So ciety...

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" In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas." THE SANITARY STATE OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

u In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertav, in Omnibus Charitas.' THE SANITARY STATE OF THE CITY. The Herald deserves our thanks for the en quiry it has instituted into the crying evils which are continually pressing upon, all who have the prosperity of the City of Sydney at heart. Our contemporary has adopted a plan which that leviathan of newspapers, the Times, has often pursued with very great ad vantage to the public. A reporter, or 'commissioner,' has been appointed to in stitute a careful enquiry into the existing evils, and bring together a mass of detailed information respecting them. ' The first re~ port of this officer appeared in the J^erald of Saturday last. His investigations began with the streets running at right angles ?from Bathurst-street to King-street on the eastern side of (xeorgejstreet, comprising a square of which George-street is the eastern boundary, Darling Harbour the western- Bathurst-street the southern, and King street the northern sides. The followin...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Collector and Agents in Sydney for the ' Freeman's Journal ' will give receipts for all monies paid on account of this paper, signed by Mr. James Oosgrove, the Pub lisher. No other receipts will be acknow ledged. . . ? Country Agents are requested to .demand, a settlement of the sums due by Subscribers in their respective localities. Several are now owing — one, two, and even three quarters' subscription — contrary to the ex press terms of publication.

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

. TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements.for The Free man's Journal will be received by J. K. Heyuoti, King-street, Messrs. E. anil D. M'Encroe,' George street, Mr. John C'»rew, corner of George and Goul burn-streets, and Mr. £, Walsh, Parramatta-aireet.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

CATHOUO DIRECTORY FOR FEBRUARY. 6 7' IS. Dorothy, v. and m.s., 0. S. B.3 S. Lawrence, bp. and conf. d. 7 F . S. Romuald, ab. d. - 8 Sat S. John de Matha, conf. d. ? ^ 9 S Fifth after Epiphany, s.d. 10 M S. Scholastica, v.d., 0. S. B., d., second 11 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., S. Wolstan, bp. and conf. d. 12 W Of the Feria, 0. S.. B., S. Gregory li., p. and conf. d. from the 11th. . 13' T Of the Blessed Sacrament, s.rf.,'O. S. B.j S. Polycarp, bp. and m., from 20 th July, s.d. ? ? 14 F S. Valentine, m. s., 0. S. B., S. Were- . burga, v. and m. from the 9th- s.d. 15 Sat Of the B. V. M., in Sab. 16 S Septuagesima, s.d. 17 M Of the Feria, 0. S. B., commemoration of S. Benedict, s.d. 18 'T S. Simon, bp. and m. s., 0. S. B., S. ;' . Hilladius, bp. and conf. d. 19 W Of the Feria, 0. S. B., S. Peter Caiman, : bp. conf. and doc. d. 20 T Of the Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., commemoration of S. Scholastica, s.d. 21 F Of the Feria. 22 Sat (Chair of S. Peter at Antioch, d.m. 23 S Saxagesima, s.d. ?...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors nnd the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and addra33. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. Scrupulousness is advised to apply to his Spiritual Director.

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THE NEW HIERARCHY AND SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

THE NEW HIERARCHY AND SYNOD. (From the Catholic Standard.) It is not unlikely that Cardinal Wiseman will return next spring, with the learned rector of the English College, bearing the .necessary warrants for the resuscitation of the British Hierarchy, and invested with , powers to convoke a solemn Synod of the Venerable Prelates of England, Scotland, . and- Wales. The arrangements for the Hierarchy have long been in progress, and though the new sees have not yet been of ficially pointed out, a glance at the map, to gether with some knowledge of Catholic sta liitics, will guide us to a pretty certain esti mate of their number and locality. The Eastern district, which extends over a larger space of territory than any of the other five, will, no doubt, be divided. London, which is the next in size to the Eastern section, and twice as thickly populated, is likely to share the same fate. Whether anything will be done with the Northern district, it would be hazardous to conjecture. It is...

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AN EVANGELICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

AN EVANGELICAL SCHOOL. (From ' A /Sunday in London,') We entered the room without any cere mony, and stood a while at the door gazing at its inmates. It was crowded with boys and girls, the boys at one end, the girls at the other. One ceaseless hum and din rose from the classes, which were very numerous, and each presided over by a well-dressed person of the same sex as the pupils under instruction. A group of four or five young men and women was collected together at one end of the room, seemingly highly de lighted with each other's conversation, and enlivening the pure scholastic buz of the place with an occasional merry laugh or ex clamation. Nobody seemed to preside over the whole, and a spirit of higgledy-piggledy, as my companion termed it, manifestly guided the proceedings of the entire assem blage. A class of girls near the doorway was superintended by two teachers, instead of one ; and as they both were acquainted with our guide, and bowed to him on our entrance, we walked ...

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

TEltMH OF SUKSCRIPTICN. The termt- ol fcuoscrijuiuii are 8i.\»pfDce e-sctJ number, 6s, per Quarter, or«Cl 4a r.er annum. io be paid in advance. ThhMS tiF^ApVEKTISlNG. The terms of advertising are, /or each insertion:-- ? s. a. For the first inch - * ' f For every additional inch. - * \ ' . Advertisements must be forwarded to Mr ?-? Mooi-8, Primer &ud 1'uolUl.er, Gtor^e s.tm.-r, between Park and Dathurst-streets. not !a:er M'ftn 4 pm. on Wednesday. Ail .orders for alterations. mustV.e seut by 2 p m.oh Tuesday. It i9 . accessary AdveriisicnentB should specify on them the I;^U!'e' of ipsertion-. required, as otherwise tkfj will con tinue to be published until countermanded. Births, marriages, and deaths will be inaer.eo on ^ the Bubjoined. terms.1 when forwarded hj a *»?- ?, ?pcriherV free ; non subscribers, the chargej^Uj^ Printed ami 'Published ' bv James Cosgrotb. for «J« Proprietors, at The Freeman's Journal rnn - . : ? : ing Office; No. 70, Gustier** I* street » thecitj of...

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THE POWER OF MERCY [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

TH E POWER OF M E R C Y. (From Dichens' Household Words ) Quiet enough, in general, is the quaint old town of Lamborough. Why all this bustle to day ? Along the hedge-bound roads which lead to it, carts, chaises, vehicles of every description are jogging along filled with countrymen ; and here and there the scarlet cloak or straw bonnet of some female occupying a chair, placed somewhat un steadily behind them, contrasts eailv with the dark coats, or gray, smock-frocks of the front row ; from every cottage of the suburb, some individuals join the stream, which rolls on increasing through the streets till it reaches the castle. The ancient moat teems with idlers, and the hill opposite, usually the quiet domain of a score or two of peaceful sheep, partakes of the surrounding agitation. The voice of the multitude which surrounds the court-house, sounds like the murmur of the sea, till suddenly it is raised to a sort of shout. John West, the terror of the sur rounding country, the sheep-...

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