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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
ENGLISH NEWS. Br the arrival of the St. George, we have English news to the 30th August. " 1Parliament was prorogued on the,28th August. _'ler ~ Majesty's speech will" be found in another column. Parliament had authorised the issuing of Squatting leases for a term of fourteen years; but the regulations under which these leases were to be held had not been promulgated by the Privy Council, A notice, dated Whitehall, December 19th, announced that her Majesty had been pleased to direct letters patent to be issued under the-Great Seal, granting the dignity of a Knight of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, to Alfred Stephen, Esq., Chief Justice of New :outli Wales., A Bill prepared and brought into the House of Commons by Mr. JIawes, Lord John Russell, and Mr. Buller, was passed, " to make further provision for the govern ment of the New Zealand Islands;" it enacts that her Majesty may establish muni cipal corporations, and may divide the said islands into two provinces, es...
THE LATE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
TIHE LATE POPE. ON Monday last, according to previous announcement, the solemn Office and the 'High Mass de ReqUiem were celebrated in St. Mary's Cathedral for 'the repose of the soul.of His late Holiness Gregory XVI. A considerable number of the clergy from the surrounding districts were in attend ance; the music was exquisite, being ex clusively in the. solemn and majestic Grego rian tone; 4the choir was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Backhouse, who excels in his knowledge, and practice: of sacred music. At the close of the, Oflke:'and -before the commencement of High Mass, the Very Rev. the Vicar General read= the following Pastoral from His Grace the Archbishop: JOHN BEDE, BY THE GRACE OF GOD AND OF THE HOLY APOSTOLIC SEE, ARCH BISHOP OF SYDNEY. 7b all the Faithful, Clergy and Laity, of the Arch-Diocese, Health and Blessing. How inscrutable are the designs of Providence ! How fallacious the brightest of our hopes ! Under the vicissitudes .and .privations .of our long voyage -amidst t...
Supreme Court. FRIDAY, DEC. 14. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and a jury of four. VENTEMAN V. COGHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
* upsrem :Vourt. -0o FRIDAY, DEC. 14. . CIVIL JURISDICTIDN. Before his Honor AMr. Justice Dickinson and a jury of four. VENTEMAN V. COOISLAN. This was an action on the case in which George Richard Berry Venteman 'was the plaintiff,- and Cornelius Dominick Coghlan was the defendant. The deolaration haftei setting forth the usual pre-' liminary matter, as to the plaintiff's good character and reputation, &c., proceeded to state that on the trial of a case before the East Gosford Court of Requests, in which the present defendant was the plaintiff, Venteman produced a certain certificate purporting to be signed by Edward Moriarty, and the defendant, on a subsequent occasion, wishing and contriving to injure the plaintltf,'charged the latter with having exhibited before the Court a false and forged document (meaning thereby the document above alluded to), for the purpose of defrauding him, the defendant. The damages were laid at £200, and the declaration contained two allegations...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
CLEARANCBS. .December 17.--Russell, Americanshuip, Captain Soule, for the Whale Fishery. . H.M. ST'r.1a SLOOP oF WAAn " I.FLrxIE:LE,"t J. C. Hoss.AsoN. CObst.NDE?.?ve.--Several inquiries having been made since the arrival of this fine ves-: eel in Port Jackson, relative to her dimensions, construction, &c., the following particulars respect-' ing her have been gleaned and are submitted for the information of our readers. The "Inflexible wias built at Milford Haven, in the early part of thce present year, by Sir W. .Symonds- the celebrated naval architect; so expeditiously was she put toge-. titer and fitted up, that from the time she was com-. menced till she was alouat and ready for sea hardly six months elapsed. Her dimensions are, length of keel, 190 feet, length over all 193 feet; breadth of beam, 42 feet, depth of hold, 27 feet 8 iinches, regis-'i ter steam boat tonnage, 1123 tons, and draws at present 13 feet water. Her crew, including officers, consist of 100 individu...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DEC. 13. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESOAY, DEC. 13. Before the Chlef/Commiraionr. noor or 'oLAIesas. In tie estate of James Cox, a special meeting was held, when Mr. John Walker was elected trustee. In the estate of William Pawley; senior, an ad journed second meeting was .held, at which the in solvent appeared and filed an amendment- to his schedule. The following' claims were pFoved.: James Lucas, L37 8s. 10d.; James M'Evoy £70. In the estate of Michael Gannon, a special meet ing was held for the creditors to give directions, when those present directed the official assignee to apply to the Chief Commissioner to refuse the in solvent his certificate, and to exercise the authority yested in him by the Insolvent Act, in committing him (the insolvent) for fraudulent insolvency. The -reditors also agreed that Mr. Jose?h Hanson be allowed to retain his mortgage for £1000, valuing it at £700 and proving on the estate for the balance due, the whole amount with interest, notio exceed £1200, and tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
¶R I8Q. has been appointed oflector f or this Journal, and will Seceiptsobearing the signature of the M. D'ARCY, Chronicle Ofice,.Dec. 18, 1840. NOTICE. UCH of our Country Agents .as have not futrnished .a statement of their -quarterly accounts, are requested to do' so immediately and without, arepetition of this notice. 'Chronicle Offiee, Dec. 15, 1846.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR DECEMBER, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
CATHOLIC DIREOTORY FOR'DEORMIJERn, 1841. 1. I1 Quat. Temp. Oflfce ditto! s. 9J 1th Sunday of Advent, cemid. M.. I 8t. Th'omas, Apostle, double, 2nd class. .Tu. 28 Of the eris.. W. "23' Of the P eria: h i 2i Vigil of the atlivity of our ford* [an oct. V. 2 a h'tivity of our l ord Jesus Christ, doub., I st l., with . 26 St. , tephrn; Protomartyr, doub.,i nd cl., with an oot, -S. 07 (Vacart St. John, Apot. and Bvang., doub., 2nd cl. Ilth an oct 1. 28R oly Innocents, Mar., doub., ?ud ci., witb an oct. T'u. 211 St. 'homas,;Bis;and Mar. .1W, 30 Otice of the Sunday within the oct. of our Lord a SNativity. 1h. 31 SL Sylvestcr, Pope and Con, double. N.1.-Days marked thus a are fasting days.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
'O) OC(RKIBHPONDENTh. We have received a communication, signed " An -Old Hand," in which the writer sets out by saying - 1 am tolerably old now, and have spent a number of years In. thoeGolony ; but cannotkby any chance comprehend the reason of the popular cry against the revival of transportation. It seems so absurd, sir, for I declare most solemnly that I have never ilnown a day of comfort since the convict system flourished in all its iglory." May it be long, then, kbetore he knows a "day of comfort" again. m mm a m
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
Dtippnig. ,fnti iltgtl,.. ,. ARRIVA L. Decerner 15,--Portenia, brig, 221 tons 'Cap tain Kirrsop& , frodn Port Nelsobnthi. 2nd December., Passengers-Mes`srrs. G. '0iurray. Turnor; Tomp kins abnd Sconce 17.St.George, ship 604 tons, Captain Joncs, from'` ILondan ,having left the Downs tle 2nd Sep temierr. Passenrgers-Messrs. John Fairfax, James Madgisri;' E. Auisten, H.. M. Hall, J. Miles, R. Johtlston~ F.' Mills, T. Bowden, ';W. and Jaines Lo?de i Mliss Annie George, Mr. .nd Mrs Loader and child, and Miss Ioader.
FERMANAGH ASSIZES. THE CRIME OF POVERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
... FERMANAGIH. ASSIZES. THR CISIME ,OF POVRTY. . .Ev.vrs(ILKsLB ,FRIDA .-Jolln Smith;a fine look rlg cire-worn young" man, was then placed in the dock, and presented by the grand jury as a,vagrant. The presentment' prayed that he might be trans ported.' John Macollum "(a policeman) proved that, he found tile prisoner, on the 5th of .March last in the elt of breaking a window in the town of. Lisnaskea, ald he had no residence in that part of the county. : The Clerk of the Crown was about to hand up tihe issue paper to the jury, when The prisoner leaned a littleforward in; the flock, ad ..with tise appearance of keen, anxiety, spoke as follows : "**My lord, I wish to say a few words in explana lion. I am.not.a native of this county, as Ihas been prqperly stated in the indictment : but 1 belong to rte county of Waterford; and I have been a long timein DubJin.. I was reared up to a business which prevented me from being able to work, and that bu siness having failed in Dublin, I was ob...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
CITY COUNCLL. A meeting of the Council of the city of Sydney, will be holden at the Town Hall on Monday next, the 21st instant, at'three o'clock in the afternoon. ORDERS OF THE DAY. I. To receive Reports from Committees. 2. To receive Memorials and Petitions. 3. To read Correspondence. 4. Notices of Motion. 1. By ALDEo MNn MACDBR OTT- That the Right Worshipful the Mayor be requested to resume the Correspondence with Government on the subject of the Cattle Market. .2. By ALDERMAN ALLEN Thatthe Resolution of Council of 23rd November, 1842, in as far as it relates'to fixing the security to be given by the paid Ollicers of this Corporation at ten times the amount of their respective salaries be rescinded, and that in future the amount of security beoixed when the appointment takes place. 3. By ALDERMAN FLOOD That the Special Committee appointed by the Council on the 16th instant for the purpose of taking the necessary steps'to get Hyde Parlk granted to thb Corporation as a place of recr...
City Council. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
CitI elounci, S0 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10. Present, the Right Worshipful the *Mayor; Al dermen Macdermott, Flood, Allen, and Thurlow; Councillora Hill, Egan, .Titterton, Fisher, May, Hyndes, Wilkle, Henderson, Ryan, Moir, Iredale, Josephson, Little, Jenkins, Robey, and Dsiver. The Town Clerk read the minutes of the previous meeting. Mr. Owen obtained leave of absence for the day. FI'NANCB. * Mr. HBNDEasoN brought up a report from the Finance Committee in reference to the unsatisfactory manner in. which the city rates have hitherto been sollected, and recommending the payment of the; rate collectors by fixed salaries, they being required to devote their whole time to the service of -the Cor poration. The report-was read and received. RESIGNATION OF MEMBERS. Mr. Morl, in the absence of Alderman Wilshire, moved that the motion standing on the paper in his name, "that in the opinion of the Council, any member being called on to resign by a majority of his constituents was bound in honour to d...
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. HousE or Loans, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. Tunia lordships met at three o'clock. It having been announced that Parliament woulb notbe prorogued by her Majesty in lwrson, but ty Royal commission, the ceremony excited.very little interest. There were a few strangers, apparently foreigners, in one of the side galleries, and severe ladies in the body of the house. The only peers present, besides the Lords Commissioners, were the Earl of Radnor, Lord Monteagle, the Earl of Shafte. bury, the Bishop of Oxford, Lord Churchill, and the Earl of Auckland. The Lord Chancellor, on taking his seat, an nounced that her Majesty had been pleased to empower several peers to grant the Royal assent to several bills, and also to prorogue Parliament. The Lords Commissioners were the Lord Chan cellor, the Marquis of Lansdowne, the Earl of Minto, Earl Spencer, and Lord Campbell. The Speaker and members of the House of Com mons having been summoned by Sir A. Clifford, the Usher of the Bla...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
IMIPOUNDINGS. Ropes Creek, by Mr. Samuda, on the 8th day of December- strawberry heifer, JR offlhip, blind near eye ;red heifer,short tail, same brand oil hip. f on neck; red bull calf, same brand off hip; red and white heifer, same brand off hip, f on neck; red heifer, same -brands ; yellow sided heifer, same brands; yellow poley cow, same brand off hip ; yellow sided poley cow, same brand off hip; red red heifer, same brand oiff hip, f on neck ; yellow heifer, same brand off hip; brindle poley heifer, no brand legible; yellow heifer, JR offl hip,fon neck ; black sided poley cow, OS off hip; yellow steer, JR off hip ; red heclfer, same brand ; red steer, same brand off'. hip, fon neck; yellow heifer, apparently NN ribs, f onil mneek; yellow poley steer, MM off rump ; yellow cow, JR off hip; yellow heifer, same brand; red heifer, OS off hip ; yellow steer, JR off hip, f on neck; yellow poley heifer, same brands ; yellow-steer, brand not legible; yellow cow, JR off hip; yellow heifer...
A PROCLAMATION. VICTORIA R. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
Y TUE 'QUtIREEN. ,A PROCIJAMA`TION. 'Vicriona 'R. Whereas by 'dur 'order'ln Ctincil of 'the 19lh of May; in'the ipresent year of'our' Iord 1846, and 9'n the ninth bf oor reign,"Wdwere graciously pleasedd for the riasoihs thereinhcontaiicdl; to innul the roytil priolamation bf'of his'lateoMajesty 'King William the'Fourth, bf'the 3rd of-'February'1836, directing that distribution should be tnhble'of the net' probeeds of piizes captured' fromthe themy, of:captures and seizures;,undr'the' several acts; passel relating tothe rtvenues'of: customs, *ind to trade'and iavigation, for' the abolition. bf the slave i trale, iand, for the captttre and, dtruitio on-f piraticid vi'ssels, and of the'rewardscohnferred for ihe same, as?Well as of tie awards nitl' allow'atieds 'bf'salvage igrhtd--to'the officees and men'of ships 'and'vessels of tw.r,:when not otherwise'spe~ially 'tpportioni:l by th tertM's of the respective awardsand allowti'ces ;' atid wiereas in the recital ofthe'said:order "in Cour...
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
-DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZE?lMONEY. HisExcellency the Governor is pleasedito direct -the republication of the following -royal ,proclama itions, regulating the distribution of price money. BY TIIE QUEEN. A PROCLAM.ATION. Whereas by our order in council of this day's date we were graciously pleased, 'for the -reasons ,therein contained, to annul the royal,proclamation of his late Majesty King Williamithe Fourth, of the third day of February, one thousand eightihundred 1 and thirty-six, directing that distribution should be .made of thc net.procceds of prizes captured from the enemy, of.captures and seizures under :the several Acts passed relating 'to the -revenues of customs, andto trade and navigation, for'the abdlition ot the slave trade, and for the capture and .destruction of -piratical vessels, and of the ,rewards ,conferred for ,the same, according to the scheme (herein set-forth ; and it;is expedient that provision should be made by ,us for the future distribution 'of such proceeds...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1846. THE LAST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. ..ATURDAY, DECEMBER '19, 1846. THE LAST NEWS. Br: the arrival of the St. George we have been pmt in possession of intelligence from Europe to'the end of August. It contains, however, but little material .for speculation or comment. Her Majesty's -speech at ?tho prorogation of Parliament, delivered, not in person, but by Lords Commissioners, announces nothing new either in theory or practice. We have pub lished it in this day's columns for ourreaders perusal, unguided by any observation that we feel induced to offer on this document of mere form and ceremony. Any persons in the' least familiarized with the political habitudes of the day, could sit down in their closets, and indite, nearly in the same lan guage, such a speech as her Majesty's minis ters have thought fit to compose in the Sovereign's name. . The inanity of the •Royal Addresses on these grand Parlia mentary state days, has been long prover bial throughout the entire nations of the globe which boast...