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

THiafii^iNE (3?) P ACK AGES BRITIS H At? l- ?OR^1QN MANUFACTURES, . . EX PB1NCB OF WALKS. THE above Goods are now being landed, and comprise, besides the usual supply , . of F4MiliYl.iNE.NS, drapery, slops. &c. a. variety Of *ANCV ART1CLB8, PAPIER B1ACHE FURNITURE, PLATED GOODS, &O., &C. . DAVID JONES AND COMPANY, George and Barrack streets. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. r'if'HB subscriber begs to announce to the W ' public hia having taken those extensive and centi-ically situated premises, 382, George street, third:. door north of Market-street. In availing himself of the present opportunity to ex press his gratitude for the very liberal support he has received for the last eight years in Lower ''?' George-street, he does not merely do so to comply with- the general usage on such occasions, hut with the utmost 'sincerity would beg his numerous cus tomers and friends, one and all; to accept his best thanks for the large share of patronage hitherto received, a continuan...

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CATHOLICITY IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

CATHOLICITY IN THE UNITED STATES.. . (From the Catholic Standard.) The attention of Europe is fixed on the rising republic of the west, not alone on ac count of the vast political, and commercial problems, the working of their government is destined to evolve, but also on account of the numerous body of religionists Shat flourish under their protection, and the free and unshackled power which each one enjoys of exercising that influence over the masses which its princioles dictate or its authorities desire. To this principle of religious free dom, America is indebted for the first colo nies. who laid the foundation of her blmpire. The fanatics who fell off from Rome soon drew their swords against each . other, and America was the only asylum for the perse cuted party. Amongst the forests of Ala bama, and the snows of the Apalachian mountains, the Anglican, the Quaker and the Congregationaiist forgot their mutual animosities, and soon learnt to turn their hostility against a common e...

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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 February 1851

Atitifl'l'S tfOIl THE Jj'KJSJiMAft'S JOUHNAL. TOWN AGENTS. Ma. Daniel Donoyan— King-street. - Da. Vaughan -Miller's Point. Ma M. Dalton— George-street South. Ma. PmiiLiP Walsh — Parramatta-sueet. Mr. Moi.rouney -South Head Road. COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide — Mr. Michael D'Arcy. Appin~Mr. John Dwybr. Bathurat — Mr. James S. Fpeeman. Berrima — Mr T D. O'Sulliyan, Brisbane — Mr. Haynes. Bunsjadore — Mr John DvvYEa. Browlee— Mr. Edward Kirdy. ; Brisbane Water— Mr. Chas. Trkanob.. Concord— Mr. John Clancy. ; Camphelltown — Mr. G. Plunkett. East Maitland— Ma. Thomas Ashton. Geeiong — Mr. John Mansfield. Gou'.burn - Mr. C. Fitzpatkick. Hartley— Mr. E. Mori arty, ipswicL. — Mr. Peter Dwybr. Jamberoo and Kiama Mr Thomas Manly.! Kissing Point— Mr. James F. Stanley I Liverpool — Mr. Thomas Cahij... I Launces.ton— Mr.. James Maddkn I Maneroo.- Dugald M Donald, Cooma jl Melbourne — Mes»rs. Cuegin and -iouiiE, Book- ll sellers. jj ' [1 Newcastle.— Mr. John Rogers. ? i Parramalta — Mr. Joh- JustPH .\...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

IMPOUNDING S. Pakbamatta. — From Mr. John Brien's, Baulk ham Hills, the 31st January: flea bitten horse, short square tail, saddle marks, branded on the oft' shoulder apparently W, near shoulder apparently KM, aged, 15 hands f inch high, if the said horse is branded elsewhere not legible ; damages 3d. If not claimed and released, he will be sold on Monday, the 3rd March, agreeable to Act of Council. John Walker. 10s. Cami'Belltowjt. — January 31 : bay horse, star on face, switch tail, collar marks, saddle marks, hobble marks, the near fore fetlock white, black spot on the white of hind fetlock, branded on near shoulder PM or PN, 14 hands high or better, 6 years old, little white on the under lip, grey hairs on the flanks — damages 3s. ; black cow, little white on belly, the off horn broken, branded on the rnmb J J, on thigh O, on neck C — damages 4d. If not claimed and released, will be sold to defray ex penses. D. O'Biuen. 10s. 6d.

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from Is. 8il. to 2s. Od. ; ducks, 2*. Od. to 2s. 3d. ; geese, 4s. to 4s. 3d. ; turkeys. 6s. to 7s. Od. ; pigeons, 8d. ; wild ducks, 2s. 6d. to 0s. per couple ; roasting pigs. 3s. Od. to 23. 3d. each. Dairy Produce.— Fre3h butter, 9d. to lOd. ; salt, 5d. to 6(1. per Ib. ; cheese, Gd. to 6M. ; bacon, 7d, to 8d. ; lard, 2d. ; eggs, 9d. per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 4s.6d.to 5s. Od.pt rcwt. ; cabbages, 2s. Od. to 3s. 6d. ; cauliflowers, 2s. 6d lo 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, 0d. to 6d. ; turnips. Is. 6d. per dozen ; parsley, 3d. to 6d. per bunch ; celery, 2d. 4J. ; leeks, is. 3d. ; parsnips. 2s. Od. to 0s. Od. ; carrots, la. 6d. ; pumpkins, 3s. 0d to 6s. Od. per dozpn , peas, 63. 0d. to 8a, Od. per bushel ; beans, 2i. to 2-s. 6d. ; onions, 7s. to 10a. per cwt. ; vegeta ble marrow, 2s. per dozen. Fruit. — Oranges, 6d. to Is. Od. per dozen ; lemens, Lisbon, 3d. to Od. ; peaches, 2s. Od. to 4s. Od. per baskpt ; pears, 2d. to 4d, per dozen ; apples, 6d....

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

p. BOASTERS OUTWARDS. ' *at-*;Ei abTl ?Sry^191'Fisher' for Brisbane Febr ,arv 7 b d\BoV^ f»r Newcastle. tasi'e ; Svfnl '7^ rry Ann' 18- Greenfield, for New , fchruaivS ™ V' ** Brisbahe Water Vater 5 ^lltm U^P °m' J9' Settree' for Brisba»e lor^ilon,^n t .^^''h, steamer, 54, Sullivan, fchruar? o ' vfn&7 5 Fouse- for Newcastle! !^rLllwSillia™ the Fourth- steamer, 54, KWCfl o?°?WJ B«, -12, Smith,' fi^ -l; -7, Anckson, for Newcastle.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

$t)tygin0 UnttUUjcnte. ARRIVALS. February 6.— Duke of Roxburgh, barque, 498 tons. Captain Collard, from Amoy the 8th Novem ber, and Singapore 2nd December. February 8.— Christina, brig, 126 tons, Captain Korl, from Melbourne the 2nd inst. February 8.— Mo3elle, barque, 392 tons, Captain T'onpson, from Manila the 14th December. February 8.— Tartar, ship, 567 tons, Captain I'Ud,'e, from Plymouth 26th October. February 10.— Genii, brig, 164 tons, Captain ?i-ovett, rrom the South Sea Fisheries. February 10.— Tiberias, barque, 299 tons, Cap Jam Brown, from San Francisco the 24th December. iebruary 10.— Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Uptam Jackson, from Moreton Bay the 6th inst. February 10.— Robert Bowne, ship, 502 tons, Uptam Cameron, from San Francisco the 20th December. 'February 11.— Diana, ship, 575 tons, Captain 'etcher, from Manila the 16th December. DKPAKTURES. February 6.— Gesine, schooner, 145 tons, Captain freese, tor Gape Town. r. L'™ry 8—Moa, brig, 236 tons, Captain Nor ri5, to...

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Ireland. THE COUNTY MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

firslanti. THE COUNTY MEETINGS. (From the Tubl-t.) We have just returned to Dublin after witness in -*? the inauguration of the Tenant cause in two spfendid meetings held in Enniscorthy and Kil kenny, in which two great counties have pledged themselves in principle and in detail to the Irish Tenant League. Having scarcely lifted our eyes from these magnificent demonstrations, we hardly know how to express, without appearing extrava gant, the bright hopes with which we have seen has filled us: hopes not' merely as to the efforts that will he made ; not merely as to the enthu siasm that will be struck out ; not merely as to the zeal that will be developed ; but as to the steady, cautious, practical, persevering industry which will be applied, without flagging or discouragement, to carrying this great question over all obstacles, and through all difficulties, to a successful and triumphant issue. We have but a moment to convey to our readers, in a few hurried sentences, the impression ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BIBLE SOCIETY—MR A SALMON ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal,) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.; BIBLE SDPTTCTY ? TlfR A SAT.itrnv. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) ?ino' JLuther, Calvin, Zumghus, holy chiefs. Have made a battle royal of beliefs, Or, like wild horses, several ways have whirl' d, The tortured text about the Christian world.' Gentlkmen, — At what is termed the Animal Meeting of the British and Foreign Bible Society, lately held in Sydney, the proceedings of which afe published in the Sydney Herald of the 30th ultimo, one of the speakers, calling himself tbe Eev. A. aaJmon, assails in a most furious insane tirade of falsehood and folly the Chief Bishop of the Catho'r He Church, and wholly misrepresents the doctrine of that Church on the subject of the Holy Scrip tures. He even sets out with an historical falsehood —asserting that the doctrine of unlimited circula tion of the Scriptures, formed tha basis of what he terms the Reformation, whereas all history, even the romances of his countrymen, proclaim that the bad passions of ...

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THE IRISH AMELIORATION SOCIETY. MANUFACTURE OK PEAT CHARCOAL. DERRVMULLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

THE IRISH AMELIORATION SOCIETY. MANUFACTURE OF I'iiAT. CHARCOAL. (From the (Correspondent of the Illustrated London ?News. ) *' Derrtmtjllen. it rarely happens in this country, that a young Association, starting with the same professed object as that of the Irish Amelioration Society, affords such cheering evidence of the vast amount of use fulness which is certain to arise from its future operations. We can scarcely believe that one out «f every ten persons who visited the station and orks m the Bog of Allen came with other expec tations than tll.'lf. Op uuimy t\,n -gmii omAnnt ,,F misery and wretchedness that is to be seen in every «ner bog than this in Ireland; and proud indeed must have been Mr, Rogers, C.E., to witness the ?ist assembly which his energy and jndustry, over - space of six years, had brought together. Aided 'y an influential court of Directors, Mr. Rogers gained a Royal charter for the conversion of peat lenuto charcoal iwr sanitary and other purposes, com t° . lr...

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Domestic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. £(Condensed fom the Sydney Moning Ileald.) Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

monmtic MtilUgmtt. CITY COUNCIL. t( Condensed fom the Sydney Moning Ileald.) Monday. rresent : Alderman Brown (in the chair), Alder men Allen, Broughton, and Egan, Councillors Thomas, Moore, Little, Hill, Tierney Josephson, Peden, Ryan, Board, Williams, Weekes, Lenehan, Driver, Neale, Flood, Roberts, Moffitt, Macdonald, Simmons, Wilkie. Alderman Fisher and Mr. Peek were also present, but did not arrive until after . Alderman Broughton had moved his resolution as to lighting the city. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. Leave of absence for two months was granted to Mr. Alderman Allen. . . . HACKNEY CARRIAGES LICENSES. _ Alderman Egan stated, that although sixty-five licenses had been granted to the drivers of hackney carriages since July, upon each of which a fee of one guinea ought to be' paid, only thirty-five ot these fees had actually been handed over. It was understood that this matter would be en quired into. GAS LIGHTING. In reply to a question from Mr. Thornton, it was stated that no new cont...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

EPITOME OF HUME NEWS. A Providential Occurrence. — Some impression has been made upon the population of Spicer-street, Spitalfields, by the following occurrence, which I may call providential. In the early part of last week there was a tremendous explosion at a fire work maker s close to the chapel and school house of the mission ; windows were broken, roofs blown off houses, and furniture smashed to pieces by the concussion. The Protestant church was damaged, and the national school house had nearly every window blown in ; but neither the chapel, nor the school, nor the priest's house, of the. Catholic mission, received the least damage, though they were quite close to the scene of the accident, and though its effects extended far beyond them, and all around them. Whatever may be thought of the incident, it is quite clear that it is just the one to make a deep impression on the minds of that ignorant but inquiring population. The Lkgitimatjsts. — The Count de Chambord has issued fr...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

TO CORItESPONDENTa' ~T~ rv e nave to than* a correspondent for an EnoJkh P^PeLC°^tilininS a, very remai'k?l'e article from the Weekly Despatch, headed, « The Pope too many for the English Bishops.' Want of space prevents us from reprinting it in our present issue. It shall appear jn our next; ?- -M '. '. '

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Miscollanioas Extracts. ST. ROSE OF THE AND THE BUTTERFLY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

ifttiftcciuiiuou* 32.xtvaci0. ST. HOSE OF LIMA AND THE BUTTERFLY. How simple, yet how beautiful, v The means which Heav'n designs, ^ t r To lead the childieu of the Chuich Around her holy shi mus. Oh ' theie to find the nanovv way, ( That v\ ay which puiifies, j( Tho' thorns aie spiead, yet roses bloom, 'Whose s,weets like incense use. Tor oft when doubt o'ershades the soul, And all seems daik on high, ? Some sweet reh'eshiii' dew descends, Some guiding stai draw s nigh. To 'uide each gentle child who seeks fmi blessed Ladv's aid — A tinth Saint Hose of Lima knewtj That pooi but holy maid. 'Twr-s through a simple butteifly, With fi ail' and painted v\mg, Tl--ft now she tieadc on golden plains Amid eternal spnng. Yes ' by a myst'c butterfly A light to her was given , A lamp to guide hei weary feet Along the path to heaven. Oh ! was't in truth an insect blight All sportive thiough the day, A little frail and sunny thing Among the floweis so gay ? Oi did Svint Dominic's spirit comc, Cl...

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POLITICAL CHARLATANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

POLITICAL CHARLATANISM. In an article under this title, published in the Fi eenian's Journal of the week before last, we expressed our disapproval of the growth of the sort of mania for political grumbling which at present so extensively prevails. We decided that it was most injudicious and most injurious to the social welfare to introduce political discussion on all occa sions, to mingle political difference with do mestic cares — to clothe political economy in petticoats, and make political conversation a household scarecrow. We regretted espe cially that in this colony, where practically, politics so little effect the condition of the humbler classes, their theory should fruit lessly engross so much of our time, and enlist so much of inexperience and folly on their consideration. We then promised to return to the sub ject and we now proceed to do so; It is not our wish to deprive any man, however humble be his station in life, of that claim to the expression of his feelings and o...

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'REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

R E V I E W . (F-om the Tablet.) Lights and Shades of Ireland. In Three Parts. By Aseuath Nicholson, of New Yo.k, .London: Gilpin ; Dublin : Gil pin. , This is one of the most interesting works we have read for a very long time, and we only fear that the time has all but arrived when it will have h yet more terrible inter est than it has at present. Our readers, will join with us in that fear, when we tell them that a considerable p sr.tion of this work con s'sts in a simple statement of facis relating to the famine of 1847-49, drawn up by that admirable Knd nolsle lady, Mrs. Nicholson, of New York, who, having at an eariy ?period of the ta nine been led by her own philanthropy to acquiie much experience in the management ot charity, was. appointed to take charge of the distribution of the aid teat over to Iieland by the New York, Cen tral committee of the Society of Friends. The book consists of three parts, in the, first 1 of which the authoress sketches,; with much ?boldness and ...

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ST. MARY'S CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

ST. MARY'S CHORAL SOCIETY. We have taken a very prominent position for some time past in regard to the vitally important question of General Education. It is well known that we have strenuous'y maintained that the training of youth is at once the privilege and duty of Holy Church, and we have ever spoken out in plainest terms against any system which would in the smallest degree interfere with what we believe to be a Pivine appointment. In adopting this course we have been actuated by no feeling of jealousy, or intolerance, or desire of dominion. It is our simple con scientious belief that Catholic children can not be be turned into good Catholic men, without being trained from infancy to pu berty, and puberty to manhood, by their own mother the Holy Catholic Church. In this matter our principles are well known. We are certainly exclusive. We have a plain duty to porform, and we can have no com promise. But besides this direct dnty of educating her young, according to her own princi...

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Errlesiastical Entelligence THE APPARITION OF LA SALETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

-£crlestaetical SntnUgenrr. THE APPARITION OF LA SALETTk,..! The following is a translatiori'of ' a letterin the Ami de la Religion :— -?-. ,,, (,'^S:) ' :?:~^v:'C-L, , ( 'Concluded 'Jrombu? last. l);T:- / , , ; - r' 3d The third feature of truth' Iremarki?d !,in; ;the children is the following.; ??;'?' ??'?' V. '?]'?-/,' '; 'v ''/ '!? You know they each pretend to be the possessor of a secret of which the other is ignorant, arid which they must not, and desire riot, to tell to any one. I could not avoid seeing a characteristic sign of their veracity in the fidelity wherewith' this secret is Jcept. ? . ':?:'_?!...' ; ': : . : :' ':?.'?? Each of them possessing a secret, and that for two years past, never has, the one boasted of knowing that of the other. .Their parents, masters, cures, ?comrades, thousands of pilgrims, have questioned, them about those secrets, asked them for a revela tion of some sort thereon ; people have used for this purpose incredible efforts ; but neither frie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

MR. HUGHES, SURGICAL MACHINIST AND TRUSS.MaKER, FaOM LO!»DON, BEGrS leave to inform the Public that his Trusses have received the ap probation of the Medical Profession, they act effec tually, are made to fit, and have the proper pressure, which is seldom the case unless made for the patient. Instruments on improved principles, for ChilnVn' suffering from weakness of limbs spinal complaints, &c. Chest Expanders (on a new principle) for persons inclined to Contraction of the Chest, and can be worn without being perceived. Backboards ; Monitors. - Abdominal Supporters for Prolapsus Uteri ; also, a Truss or Bandage for Prolapsus Ani, and 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 Jumpers, and a variety of other articles. A few of Carson's Patent Raiting Machines. 139, Kine-street, East, Near Castlereaeh-street. Cheap book and stationery e...

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THE CHURCH IN SARDINIA AND PIEDMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

THE CHURCH IN SARDINIA AND PIED ? MONT. 'The mission of M. Pinelli to Rome,' says the Turin correspondent of the Times, ' is considered now to have been a complete failure, and I presume the government only waits the personal explana tions he will give on his return to determine on its line of action. The position has been rendered more difficult by the conduct of the Archbishop of Cagliari in Sardinia, A\ho has frankly and unhesi tatingly excommunicated the makers and execu tors of a law passed last session for suppressing tithes, and making other Church reforms in the islands. His words are these : — ' In consequence of an act of sequestration being made, and seals affixed, after the keys were with drawn, on the door of the Contaderia — of the chiurch kept in an apartment of our episcopal resi dence, being a sacred and religious domicile — the canonical laws are violated, especially those of the Council of Trent, and of the Pontifical Constitu^ tion. Seeing that such things were n...

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