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CHURCH LANDS IN IRELAND. REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
CHURCH LANDS IN IRELAND. REPEAL. To understand the Trish Repeal question -to know the real cause of the enthusi astic determination of the Irish people, in seeking for a native Parliament to look to their wants; as well as to comprehend the rea son of the pertinacious.obstinacy with which the oligarchy withstand the very name of Repeal: it is necessary to bear in mind that amongst the former there are the cumulated wrongs of ages, in addition to all present griefs: amongst the latter, be sides a thousand other incentives to oppose Repeal, produced by the monopoly they, their children, friends, and dependents possess, of patronage, place, pension, sine cure, office, post and distinction," in the army, the "navy, the church,' the univerr sities, the law, in India and the colonies- in short of every thing-one of the most important and prominent is, that job of jobs, the Irish Church revenue; which originally was granted by the pious donors not to support a set of elegant gentlemen and ...
MEETING OF ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
MIEETING OF Si's I'A IJCK'S SO)CIlr I', AND') ITHE SOCIETY FOR? TIlE PROPA. GATION OF TIUE FAAIT'I. -o The usual monthly meeting of the above Societies took plase on tilhe evening of Sunday last, in one of the class-halls of St Mary's Seminary. Ills Grace the MLst IRev. Dr. Polding, attended by the Very Rev. F. Murphy, V.G., and tie Rev. John M'1 Eocroe, were plosent on the occasion. Tile Very IRev. the Vrlan.Gee alA., on taking the chair as President of the Societies, said, that,though he intended to have minado a long ,speech. that evening they must dispense with his doing so, in consequence of Iho lateness of the hour. Butl tough tthey could dispenso with his speech, lie could not dispense with the substantial objJet of that evenina'd meeting-the Innds for St. Patrick's Churcl and for the Propbga'., lion of the Faith. It would encourage them to proceed heartily in the business of collecting for St. Patrick's when lie mentioned (hat the was authss rised by his Grace tile Archbisho...
O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
O'CONNELL HAVING given in our fourth page, a sharp rebuke of O'Connell, by a Repeal Asso ciation a St. Lous, Missouri, for his condem nation of slavery: We give underneath his noble, generous, and manly defence of that justice which is due to every man, whatsoever be his colour. He does this too, notwithstanding his want of, and anhe lation for their support: and scatters their false and tyrannous assumptions to the winds. How like is this American doctrine to that of some amongst ourselves I " What's the good of a black-fellow ?" cry our bush philosophers. Are they not men ? our brethren ? formed to the divine image ? re deemed with the blood of Christ? In what do they diflbr from us but colour ? And does not the divine architect who formed them and us, know best what colour to give to the rete muecoslnm of 'each race of men ? (for colour lies in that delicate meinmbrane in which alone they differ from the proudest Caucasian.) Dan most decidedly has beaten brother Jonathan in argum...
A COLUMN FROM "PUNCH." ARRIVAL OF THE CHINESE AMBASSADOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
A COLUMN FIrOAM ' PUNCH." -0 ARRIVAL OF THE CHINESE AMBASSADOIR. Ilis Chinese Escellency Low Slang, Ambassador from the Court of Pekin, having left his native land in a junk, haove to in front of Dover, under a salute from the batteries. His arrival not having been esx peeled, no preparations had been made, and the salute was an accidental honour arising from the fact tlat a gun at Dover Castle having been recently cleaned and repaired, happened to be tried just as the ambassador landed. His Excellency was dressed in a rich travelling suit of chinta bed furniture, and was looking remarkably well. He wore over bis shoulders a Mackintosh, exchanged with one of the Hiong merchants for a small quantity of tea, and his head was encased in an oilskin sow.wester, which the had purchased from one of the seamen so the course of the voyage: Immediately on landing, he was received with three hearty and truly British bursts of laughter frorm a few stragglers on the pier, and was escolted under ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
"7 "t Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diempen's Lanzd, Smoth Australia,e NewS Zealanid,, and india; and in Eniland, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Qua'ters end on the s 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December.; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, oiler paying the amount due, - Advertisers should ,nark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise hey are continued til countermanded. discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. ROBERT ROSS, BOOT AND SItO EMAKER, YORK PLACE, YORKC STREET, NEAR TIIE BARRACK GATE,. B EGS to return thanks to his friends and the public for the very liberal share of patronage h...
IMPORTED ARTICLES AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
[11PORIED ARI'[CLES AT WHOLESALE. lIum, in bond, 8 to 10 0. P., Beef, Irloh, per tierce, £4 2s Ud to 3s per gallon Hambro', 112s per tierce Arrack, Is to 2s 0dper gal. Pork, Irish, 40s; for prime Gir. in bond,pide, uo a; straw liambnrgh, £2 0s; Ameri. colored,2o to 3s dil par gal.; can, 30s ca of 4 15th gi is., 12s ; Hams, Yorkshire, 3d to 6d; half case, 7o Ud WVestphalia, none Brandy, lirot quality, 40 0d Bacon,3d to ad per lb to45Od Lard,fldperlb Porter Traylor's, £3 17s Gd Hearings, plociled, 178 Gd spes' per Lhd; others, £2 lOs to barrel; $o Gd per llrbi, £3 Is; unibir's (bottled), (very oco 2ee) s Od tosas hd opey dozen ; Salt Itih, 22s to 25. per ewt others, 4 Gid to Jo Cheese, Cheshlre, Ale, Burto, £3 3to per barrel (very otare); Pineapple ol 31 gallonsi 1,010 ditto, Gloser cheese 0u lead, 4d tooz d £5 so pe' bogohead; Dun- Oil, Speri, £05 ter tun; lie oz t d l to So seed (cais s ino luded) boiled Cdi p ;lo r's stout p s rae,78 i dpergonLnone £C4 to £4 7s Gd per hlhd. oltee,l...
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
CLEARED OUT, For Port Phillip, the cutter Thomson, Firkinshaw, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mrs. t3irktnshaw and child, and Miss Neale. For Port Philip and Launceston, via Lloyd Town and BIroutte, the steamer Shamrock, Gilmore, with sundries. Passengers for Port Phillip-bliss IColly, Miss Goodsir, Messrs. Manton, 1lrnndfoot, Carfrae, Smith, Howard, Mitchell, Macnab, Hattery, Barton' James, Andrews, and Swingler. Passengers for Launceston-M1ss. BIarton and Mr. Kevitt. Passen. 'gers for tlroulee--Mr. and Mrs. Gray and daughter. Passengers for Twofold Bay-Messrs. Boyd, Brooks, Campbell, Orr, and Fennell. %.
Sydney Markets. MARCH 2, 1814. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
I aIflteL' flNat'et0. -0 MARCH 2, 1814. FLOUR, WHEAT. &o. Flue Flour, 13s l9' 100lbs, Bran, 10d to per bushel Seconds, l0s Barley,28 Oid to 3s Od ditto tIread,3d to 31d per 216 loaf Barley, Cape, 2s Oid to ts 0ld Fine Bisoult, 2is per cwt. ditto Second ditto, 8sditto 2Oats, s 0d to 2s 0d Colonial Wheat, lot quality, ilaysC2 108 to £3 Os per ton 4, to ls, in demand Wheatotraw,slid tolslOdper Van Diemen's Laud ditto, 4s owt Oid lt, Ls, to request Grass, wholesale, 6d to 7.1 per Matze, Colonial, ts 10d to 2s doz. bundles, retail, 11. ditto FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, Iots loId perdoz Potatoes, Colonial, X3 to £2 Lemons, 4d per dozen per ton Plums, Is lid per quart Ditto, V. D. L., 4s to Os per Gouseberries, owt. Apples lid to 2s per dozen Turruttu, 2d to 34 per bunch liananas,o2s per doz Carrots, 2. to 3d per bunch Apricots, Shalsts and Radishes, Id per Green Itanatas, 2s per dozen bunch Years, 2s ld per dozen Lettuces, Id to 2d each Peaches, 1. to lid per dozen Water cresse...
Notice to Masters of Vessels intending to pass through Torris' Straits. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
Notice to Masters of Vessels intending to pass throusgs Torris' Straits. His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales desires to make it known to all Masters of Vessels proceeding from Sydney to Torres' Straits, that Captain Blackwood, of tse Royal Navy, now commanding II.M.S. Fly, has intimated to his Excellency, his intention of placing on Booby Island, a quantity of bread, fresh water, meat, and spints, as a provision for shipwrecked seamen, who may seek a refuge on that island; and his Excellency. earnestly invites masters who may'visit Booby Island, after having successfully passed the straits, to make, from time to time, such additions .to the store established by Captain lslackwood, as may sullice t okeep up a constant supply of provisions on the island. Directions for finding the provisions will be left at the place called " The Post.office," on Booby Island. By his Excellency's command, E. DsxAs Tuoasora.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
TO PERSONS AFFLICTED WFI7I SY. PHILITIC COMPLAINTS. AS A M1ED)ICAI PRtACTI-. A TIONER of fourteen years experience, the advertiser addresses himself to suffering humanity. The unskilfulness of ignorant quacks has sent thousands to their graves, by mal-treatment of this dreadful disease, in consequence of their constitu tions having been ruineo by the continued use of Mercury. To servivors _a long catailgue of unpleasant symptoms has resulted from improper remedies, which aggravated the complaint they were intended to cure. A great many persons, on becoming aflicted with this disease, usually apply to Chemists, who generally supply the patient seeking relief with Mercury, without considering the consequences of its indiscriminate use. A very eminent practitioner, (the late Dr. Wallace, of Dublin) a gentleman who devoted many years of his life solely to the treat. merit of this disease, writes in one of his works respecting the use of Mercury : * We must learn when to use it and when ...
FRIDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
FnIUDA, MbamCs. 8. The SPEAEan took the chair at 12 o'clock. Dr. LAno .rose, and gave notice that he would move the following resolution in the ensuing legis. lative session: "That taking into consideration the minute of his Excellency Sir Ilph Darting, of date 10th October, 1831, oi the subject of the public grants to a society designated the Australian Subscription Library, it is the opinion of this council, that the said library is a public institution, subject to the interference and control of the government, under the direction of this house. "That the blackballing. or rejection of two of the aldermen of this city-gentlemen holding her Ma. jesty's commission of the peace, as magistrates of the colony-alter having been proposed for admis. zion to the rights of membership in the said insti. tution by the right worshipful the mayor, was, in the opinion of this house, in obvious contradiction of the understanding and conditions on which the aforesaid grants were made to the instit...
Government Gazette. TUESDAY, MARCH 5. IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
0-o TuesDAY, MAROlC 6. IMPOUNDDO, At Carcoar, on the 19th of February, 1144 r One black and while cow, branded O, offrump; hlolelied Irand oil ribs. One red and white bull calf, not branded. One red heifer, branded like AlF. orr AB off ribs. One red cow, W near ribs, illegible lirand off ribs One red heifer, .MSt off rump. A d6l rth, star in the forehead One yellow cow, while back, a hart brand and B near runip, a hart and B off shnttlder,'JC or TO off rump One led ;iill calf, not branded One red and while poluy bullock, illegible hrand off thigh, J off ribs, and an illegible brand One yellow cow, branded W D off rump, illegible brand off thigh One brown bull calf, unbranded One brindle bull, unbranded One brown hoop-horned cow, branded Pit nfl rump One Ilark and white bull calf, unbranded One fred and white heifer, branded J off tligh, and an illegible letter. Also, on the 17di February, 1844: One mouse coloured cow. branded (.) off tlhiglh, split in botl cars, a diamond brand off ...
THURSDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
THUR'oDv, hIAOCU 7. The SPEAKER took the chair about.half past three o'clock. Dr. LAno said lie wisihed to propose a question to the Colonial Secretary. ,The question he was desirous of putting was, whieli er the grants of land to the Australian Subscription Library were uncon. ditional grants, empowering the parties to dispose of them as they pleasod;. whether, in- fact, this iati tution was a public institutioni, in which the govern. oment and the public had alght to interfere, or whether it was a private iastitutioti, in which. the government or public had no concern. lie should feel thankful if the Colonial Secretary; wouid let him have an answer to these questions. - The COLONIAL SboRETARy 'said, lie could have no difficulty in answering" the questions put to him by the Hon, and the Rev. Member for Port'Phillip, particularly as that hon. member had done him, the favour to give him previous intimation of his inten* tion to propose those questions. lie iad taken the trouble of lo...
THE PEOPLE v. THE OLIGARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
TIlE PEOPLE v. TILE OLIGARCHY. IN the result of the contest in London, between free trade and monopoly-between the people and the aristocracy-between Pattison and Baring it is impossible we should not greatly rejoice. Mr. Baring, though a merchant, was a merchant of the Pitt school-that school whose A B C was com posed of loans, funding, stock-jobbing, contracts, favoritism, monopoly, jugglery, and jobbery in its thousand forms; by which a certain class of persons made for tunes during the war, and since, through ministerial favor, in one way or other ; saddling the over-wrought and broken-down people with all the cost-all the taxes, while a few shared all the profit: Mr. Pattison comes forward on popular grounds, as the friend of free trade, of econumy, and of reformi; and in spite of all the power, in fluence, direct and indirect, and we may add of bribery, too, lie has thrown out Baring by a majority of 127. This is consoling: this looks well for the people: but it looks ominous ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
S tytping AEtte1ligence. ARIlVALS. MAncu 7.-Fronm Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, having left the 3rd instant, the schooner Edward, 117 tons, Tallen, with 95 boles wool, and 4 tuns oil. Passenger-lleasrs. Thomson, Malcolm, Birming haln, and Chandler. 7.-From Port Albert. having left the 1st instant, the schooner ylnvanus, 73 tons, Wardell, with 109 balus wool, 15 tons bark, &c. 'Passengers-Mr. Claske.
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
THE DUKE OF TVELLINGTON'S GRATITUDE. THE Duke of Wellington is now a Cabinet Minister; an honor which he attained chiefly by his skill, and still more his good luck in waging war in favor of the house of Bourbon and legitimacy; and has and holds, all and singular the great estate of Strath fieidsaeyl. He has got asi estate in Belgium, another in Germany, another in Portugal, and another in Spain, where he is a grandee of the first class, and for aught we know, an Hidalgo., He is a Duke, Earl, and Vis count of England; Field Marshal, &c. &c. He has services of plate of gold and silver, bestowed by his own and foreign crowned heads, which astonishes strangers. His wealth is boundless-no one knows it-it far surpasses that which Swift so well described as- possessed by the Duke of Marlborough. Yet this man who shed so much human blood in promoting the restoration to the throne of France, of the elder branch of the Bourbons, which blood shed and war made him what he is ;-...
Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
itCgilatttle (rottitctl. -0 WV5DNA5DAS, M1ARCII 6. The Council met to-day at three o'clock. The SPRaMun having taken the chair PETITION. Mr. FOSTER presented a petition from J. Smithson, messenger of the Chief Commissioner of Insolvents, praying for an increase of salary as a remuneration for his services. Petitioner alleged that by the operation of the lsolvent Act he was deprived of the fees he had hitherto received, which amounted to about £150 per annum, and that the salary allowed him in lieu of those fees was only Is. 91. per day. 1le (Mr. Foster) was sure the petitioner 'would meet with the favourable consideration of the house, particularly as he alleged he. had very responsible duties to perform, being obliged .to take inventories of all goods and properties attached by order of the Cihiel Commissioner, and to see that no embezzlement or fraud was committed upon creditors. Ile (Mlr. Foster) would not press the Council to consider the petition during this short session, but ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
M . P. 11. MULLOLLANI). has beien appointed Collector for this Journal, in the room of Mr. THOMAS hIGGINS, who has resigne±. Chroniclo Office, * 141 roh 1st, 1(41.. ,NOI ICU. M I . PIT l IER CAR1)1 F has heon M . appointed Agent for the " Chro. nicle" in the district of Parrnmatta, and all parties indebted to that Journal are requested to pay him the amount of their respective accounts. Chronicle Ornoce, February '27th, 18144.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, MARCH, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
CATIhOLIC DIRECTORY, MAlRCH, 1844. 'Sf 10 Domn, Ill. Judrages, 2nd class, duca, sendldonhle h 113 The Forty Matytrsvr, foot yesterdaty, iitsidonble T. '1"_ S. Gregory the Martyrs, Wanid doctor, doutble W. 1I Doe et '. 14 De ca F. 1.l De ca S.- Ill Deco S. 17 I V. Junlriiea, 2fld clttsse ca NI. 18 S. Patrick, bitsho and coit. tom yesterday, semid. T. 1'l S. Joseph, spouse 1. V. hI., double, 2nd class W. 20 lie oil 21 S. cunedict, abbot, double F. t 2 De ca S. 2.1 De ci (crosses and images covered) 9, 24 P'oassoi Suntday, 1st tctas, do oca,scoiidanbld 14I. 25 Anstiniatiauoni 1 1'.51 , doblde, Aut class T. 26 Do ca \v. 27 Deca T. 28 De ca F. 21. Compassion BV.7L.,Glonkle major S. I0 lie on Su. 31 Ploli Sundlav, 1st class, do cn, semidonltle
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844
;1111 I1 WAVA'ER 1 SYIJNIY COVE. T1II1 DAY. 30O miu. p.1 I3 hJVIning - Dl mimi. p. 12 .evelhiIIB lI8,tin..p .1 mtuoiiibg 1 12 minD. p. 1 evn.eming~ MtOND)AY '6 winm. p. 2 mDoringD 1 30 znlu. p. 2 ercuwng TUESDAY. t4 mmhnm.p2 morning 18 miDi pm.,3 evemming WEDNESDAY. 421r iin. p. 3 minornlimg 1 0 moln. p. 4 evmmmimmg TIKUIIgUAY. 30 man. p. 4 mmormalng 1 14 mama. p. 4 evenaing F QgA . 181 innimi. p. 4 amorimenag I 42 mininl. p. 10 eveuinag mmmU mimes Dais day b8 ramin. p.0 5: ot 24 minlim. mp 6 Last Qummrter \looim, 11th, 2L wina. p. 11malglatL