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AN IRISH CARDINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
AN IRISH CARDINAL. (From the Waterford Chronicte.) Why should not the 'Irish Church, (permit an I 9tumble member of it to ask) possess thlathiglhcst I step in the gridation of ecclesiastical rank, which I every Catholic county.in Europe is honoured with P E Why hai Ireland no Cardinal:P Have her eight º millions of faithful Roman Catholics no weight at = the Holy RomanSee; and must she be content with 1 a poor Irish .Cplleg there, to ,xpreps her numerous. wants, and to receive her complahits P Every European iountry can reach the'ear of Rome, but poor, patient Ireland- the elder child of the Church, 'i1Lio bees with somewhat virtuous jealousy the rich =obe, and the precious ring, 'bestowed on prodigal ,aid ptin liful brethren. This ought not to be so, apd.we think it ought not be considered ,profane to ask for a change. ,t Js thought that the raising of Cardinal Acton to Iis present rank ,vps In courtesy to tho British natlop, heobeing of English parents, though horn in Naples; but ...
IRELAND AND THE IRISH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
:,.,(FromTDouglar -Jerrold'.s agazafneJ lihere'iarin. this number'of "Doaipla.? errolit Zfhibit vedl8ble p rpe; 'entitled, ""'raiidr anid"thy Irlsbh;s whlch it would. be 0 ell~'"titAll'"thbosd *tho stalk:ar. wrlter about,.Irelanld sahonldread, and-tlti those who are called upon 1s3oqglelate for that unfor4 .4unate, and. ill.used, country, should study. -.That Ireland-la suiThuingaunder.great and lntoler'able'evils it is impossible'to deny, the questiodtbbecrcitiklered is, how are those evils to be remedied P " 'T, er??' Is but 'one true ' remedy fodrIie?rvlsof Ireland, and it, is, comprised,in, one word-Jiuscrr S--r.justice to. her;tolling ill clad,,-ill-housed, ill-fed ,chlidren. She' night, with va fair:: claim -to being heard;-tisk'of Er'Etgld'iht'mey, snid e hIdjini. haiid ns well., Fromher, she hias receivedthe.de; wouisds a:that yet rankle In ,her sides; abut 'etrlwr'recoeiv justlee; ee -and 'unstittted justiee; arid-rapidly will :the evils of her cortdition-iltsappear, and:pl...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
DEPARTURES. December 18.-Essington, brig, Captain Mills, for Portland Bay: and Port Fairy. Passengers Mr. Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Orr, Mrand Mrs. &nbsp; Gunn and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Scarsbrick and two children, .Mrs Cardinral, Mrand Mrs. &nbsp; Dalton and three children,- Mr. Britton. 18.-Louisa, brig, Captain Millton, for Hobart Town. " Passengers-Mrs. Addison and two sons;a Captain Mansfield, Miss Mary Ahle .Graham,:Mr' -Button,Mr.ilsaac; . .. ; - December :16.-Phantom,.-brig; Captain Chilcoltt for Adelaide. Passengers--Mr.' C. Sourbier, Mr. 'and Mrs.sSpenic,, .Mr. and Mrs."Milkin' Mr. and Mrs: E. Mills and :child,. Mr. and Mrs. Hlarveypnd three children, Mr. and Mrs. 'H: E. Gunter and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe and, tyo chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Pinnock'and four cliildren,. Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Messrs. J; Reed, W.'Holt,4. Hisee, G. Baker, T. Stevens, J. Moide, and H. Isaac. 16.-Dorset, brig, Captain Walsh, fo? Adelaide. Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. J. M....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
ir dibiiiiti,' · sir·'··r:`- ls~i ic.'ciui ea week.. on W'edhesda " abnd rdq/ r ° r , r eretidlj creil;'e:.li~'6:atE '1e~ i d ....aojjýý.,cy u;... ~. ..,,, r at~g wqcqprid , .,,, U~ sat an~sellset~r~rae lho~Aft~~ýý~f V~rt8 Infme~~ iktd V' ..', P! oý:&I!A~ to~ 3Ot: Jri i3U uep eq nt:, and zo od9 ieeia conttinue tilt caaanderaiarueed. .Qrders lo! l ..sd i b ay and Aridav 9 ay; , pbtJicali. n.y-1-ni h am 1s1 e .·-· .-· -,..'.',, , I tiIHE Si3 SCRIBERS tl thiis Pllpir, andithe Piblic in general, are respect-? fully informed, that-the following' rules will. in future be strictly ddhoered'to:'- •.'1N SYDNEY--The Subscription is Ten dSillin s per quarter, or Two 'yottridi :per: if'NTIIE COiUNTRY -=The Subserp lion is' Ten, Shillings and Sixpence .,per quarte;, or Two Guineas pdr annum. 'No 'New :Subslribers i ,can?, b ecelved wtitlioiit'payiiIg T iThiceMo'tlis Subscriptioiin in :advance for the City, aid .Six 'Months for 'the Country'; the latteir" must; at-the s-?ie tiiite,' fuims...
British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
t* vttwb Extiracts, -0- You.uo IEL.AND is still in rebellion against the power of Mr. O'Connell, and, far trom expressing penitence, appearsdaily to grbw more contumacious. The Nation of Saturday last commented on Mr. O'Connell and the Association with a degree of spirit ard independence never' before ventured by 'any popular organ in Ireland ; and it may be very fairly assimed that the codnductors of the Nation must be confident of receiving? support, when we 'find them so bold. Indeed there are many public ' expressions of sympathy with Mr. O'Brien and his friends. The lead has been taken by Linierick, Where Dr. Griflin," a gentleman of unquestionable respeetability, has given notice in" the Town Council that he will move a series of resolu t:ons condemning " the means adoptedl'to force Mr. W.S. O'Brlen and other honourable gentlemen out o of the Association;" , declaring the olpinion of the rouncil, that. * the expulsion of Mr. J. Martin, a P otestant gentleman of Ulster, which h...
EXAMINATION OF THE STUDENTS OF ST. MARY'S SEMINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
EXAMINATION OF THE STUDENTS OF ST. MARY'S SEMINAR'Y. &nbsp; On Tuesday last the annual examination of the students of the above Institution was commenced in the new, elegant, and commodious hall which has recently been erected for their use. The examina tions occupied three days. The Very Rev. Dr. Gregory, V.G., presided; and there were also present, the Rev. Air. Hallinan, President of the Institution ; the Rev. Dr. Backhouse. the Rev. Dean M'Encroe, Rev. Messrs.. Farrelly. Rigney, Grant, Fitzpatrick, M'Cormac, Roche, Chauraine, Rocher, Fynes, AM'Lennon, O'Connell, and a number of lay gentlemen. The examinations,both as to variety and character, greatly exceeded those of previous years, and gave the highest degree of satisfaction to the examiners and gentlemen present. The great progress which the students had made in their studies was obvious to every one, from the readiness and accuracy with which the questions of the examiners were answered. The examination closed on Thu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 December 1846
JUST OPENED,. 'XE L-ATB, AnRIVALS. 25 CASES of Family: Linens and fandey Drapery Goods, as under- -:- : L:Cse .soft.glass clotli linen " 2 Cases.8-4 dialpers; 7... I -'ase 8' 4 linen damask' 2 Caas' superior Irish lineris I ': C e-ade line frontings hnd lawns S:. ,Cses furniture dimities : 2 Cases supedior printed furnitures 1 Ca'seTurniture linihgs . 4 Cases superior printed fiirniures " 2 Ca~ise"niall pattern cambric plates 1 C.ase 5-4?foyle's lilac plates 1 Case superior black and white prints I Case rich.printed muslins (new styles) I Case traiinsparent check aid striped ging hams .I.Case rich Marqsuesadresses, all wool 1 Case iich, white and colouied bonnet rib blions Black and fancy silk cravats, &c. 1 Case rich '-black and- coloured ducapes and satinettes.. The attention of families,; hotel keepers, and the public, is solicited to'tbe above goods, which are all . of the very best qualities, and will be olfered at the smallest per-cceentage upon.the. English cost.. AT....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
AGENTS. FOR THE CHRONICLE. GovLnuE1--Ma. CARNET. BzuauaA-Ma. B. M'MMIHor. FATEasoN--MEi. J. O'SiLTrvAN. PAaauAATTA *Ma. P. CARDlFF POrT PHILLI? -Ma. J. BVLLEN. WOLLONGONO-MIa. THomAs FowuLw. BATuURST-MR. T. JONES. QZaiiBRUN-MI. J. 3. WsIze!., MAItLAND-M.L T. MABONT. CAMPDELLTOWN, &C.-Ma. M'ALIITUi. WzRwoh a-Mta. JAMES CASSWT. PEzqaxTH-Ma. JAMES W'CA.lTH?. JEBRE's PLAINs-Mu J. 3. HA""'. BUqjGouI-Ma. EDW AWD Hunni'a ADELAIDan-ML. JOHN NOWLAND. YA IMsa.- C. RtoiiaE. ,Gaswz~o--Ma. JOHN Muývwr3, CLiwAREI Torri fA AD DOy400 315. TIEaNN'. Published in the Uonited Ki?bdo.* ,bv: Mn. JONE S, 03, PAfrslGUWos?3I.XW toi Ma. W. J. -BATrT'ERua, 10D Esswx DS1DOED LIAMENT-STDEKT, DDuLDI. Printed for th' Proprietor by EDWA&D JOHN HAS LFY, of Ihoifer, in the CountS of CozbUJeod, ilabed by biom ai the OAVonipy OS@fl, Wo· " Peel, Yrdce, kww Outh cb14 "4:1, 18iS.
REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
REVIVAL OF TRANSPORT.'TION. YWE were glad to perceive so many persons present at the public meetiiig h-icF wa held yesterday on the Race Course for the purpose of adopting a petition-to her Ma jcsty against the renewal of transportation to this Colony. We were afiaid that from the inconvenient hour for which the meet ing was convened the attendance would have been very small, and such as would have given a handle to the pro-transporta tionists. This, however, we are glad tosay was not the case ; and there can be no doubt had the meeting been salled in 'the evening instead of the middle of the day, not less than five or si: thousand persons would have been present. The unanimity, good order, and enthu s;asm, which prevailed, were highly cre ditable to the meeting ; and as we listened to the speeches, w!hich were delivered, we could not avoid wishing that some of our colonial .aristocrats and prosy legislators: those men who, as one of the speakers re maiked, had been borne into the L...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
ePOp.O1DING8. St. Aubin's, Scone, on the 9th day of "leer(la from Blamoore-roan coloured entire hors* or rig short tail, branded IIB with g inder conjoined shoulder near side, M on off shoulder. "Als? the 12th, from Puen-red and white spottbe b branded ,3 with SS under on pif dshoulder ; lh heifer calf, belonging to the above cow, nine moth old, if branded not legible, damages 3d.; Pro sided bullock, branded IW near rump, 22 with under off ribs, CC with CC TW TW under rump, damages 3d; yellow steer, branded jWC o ribs, damages 3d.; brihdle steer, branded IB ramp, EB off thigh, damages d.; strawbr speckled steer, short tail, off ear slit, no bra" legible, eighteen months old, damages 3d. ; steer, branded JAt off rump, damages d. ; yel bullock, branded JE on near rump, 3 near shoul damages 3d. To be sold on lMonday, 11th Janusi 1847, if not previously released.. /?3s. g.
THE PRESENT POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
TILE PIIESENT POPE. O.N Sunday last, the T7 Dcume laudamn s was sung in St. Mary's Cathedral, in thanksgiving to the Almighty for the ele vction of his present Holiness Pope Pius IX. to the see of St. Peter, as a worthy successor to the late venerated Gregory XVI., the following Pastoral from his Grace the Archbishop having been pre viously read: JOHN BEDE, BY TIHE GRACE OF GOD AND OF TIIE HOLY APOSTOLIC SEE, ARCHBISHOP OF SYUNEY.. fo all the Faithful, Clergy and Laity of the Archdiocese. G RElTING, The grief which the death of our Most Holy Father Gregory XVI. caused us-grief such only as a son may experience under the bereavement of a parent beloved for his affection .and venerated .for his vir?ues--has been greatly mitigated by the " With.preposterous assurance this advocate ex presses hi; dread of our Colonial Press assumling "a sort of American Despotism," while he himself, in his political bearings and associations, and in his deportment to the Governor and the Secretary of St...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
17aried(c. ---3- LADY PE?EL. - The following appears in the Jamaica Tines of the 10th ult., and is hnnounced as from a correspondent:-** It is now a fast pretty well known, even in the East Indies, that Lpry Peel is the youngest daughter of General Sir John Floyd, who rose from the ranks. Sir John held high command in India, and was there known through the eccentricities of his wife, Lady Floyd--the mo ther, we believe, of Lady Peel-and of whom com paratively little is known. Lady Floyd, amongst other aesomplishments, was a bold horsewoman, and would oftendisdain stirrups and pummel, her amuse ment being, even when riding on the public roads, to stand upright in the saddle,' my lady's Arab' going all the while at ' top speed,' to the no small amusement and consternation of Europeans and natives. Op one occasion of a general review, Lady Floyd is said to have galloped up to the General, and forced one of their infant children into his arms, to the no small amusement of the staff and ...
City Council. MONDAY, DEC. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
citp Vounctl, -o MONDAY, DEC. 21. Present: the Right Worshipful the Mayor; Al. dermen Allen. Flood, and Macdermott; Couneillors Iill, Little, Ryan, May, Jenkins, Ilyndes, Smid more, Henderson, Agars, Neale, Iredale, Cowlishaw, Robey, Fisher, Egan, Moir, anal Titterton. The Town Clerk read the minutes of the last meeting. aIPPS WARD. Mr. AaAss wished to make some explanation about a petition from seventy-three inhabitants of Lower George-street. This petition had been sent to the Improvement Committee, and by them it was referred to the City Surveyor, but it was ruled to be out of order. SiCI'RITY o OPFFICERS. Alderman ALLtCN moved, that the resolution of Cotincil of 23rd. November, 1842, in as far as re lates to fixing the security to be given by the paid officers of this Corporation, at ten times the amount of 'their respective salaries, be rescinded; and that in future, the amount of security be fixed when the appointment takes place.-Carried. C.ITY PROPraTIrEe. Alderman FLooD mov...
COST OF OUR COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
COST OF OUR COLONIES. (From the Daily N'ews.) " All the different civil establishments in North America," says Adam Smith in the seventh chapter of his fourth book, " before the commencement of the present disturbances, cost the inhabitants above 64,7001.; an ever memnorable-example at how small an expense three millions ef people may not only be governed, but well governed." The population of New South Wales amounts to about 150,000. The annual expenditure between 1838 and 1844 (inclusive), varied from 346,2501. to 317,6601. From this sum are excluded the ex penses incurred for the survey and sale of land ; for protecting and civillsing the aborigines; and for immigration. We are not prepared to say that it is either pos sible or desirable in these days to emulate the primi tive economy of the colonies which afterwards became the "thirteen" United States. But five times the amount of their expenditure incurred for the go vernment of a colony with only one thirtieth of their populat...
JACKY JACKY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
JACKY JACIY. i, We would urge the following letter upon the notice of our readers, it is one well worthy of perusal. It of speaks volumes as to transportation as areformatory at punishment, and we earnestly recommend it to the of consideration of the pro-transportationists, they may t-learn from it a lessons of which they apparently It stand in much need. The letter was written just i previous to the execution of the unfortunate man, and is as follows: '5 If. M. Gaol, Norfolk Island, to I Condemned Cells. 1846, Oct. the 8. Rs r.,zr..ve.? St,-Aa in duty bound to you for the kindness you havq shown to me, and the interest 1C I have always seen you take in those that have ever n been under your spiritual care, whatever may be it their fate, I have been induced to write to you, hoping e this may find you in good health, and in the enjoy it ment o: all God's choicest blessings. I have to inform you, that long before this letter reaches your Shands, the hand that wrote this will be cold i...
Government Gazeette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir CHARLES AUGUSTUS FITE Roy. Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Captain-Ceneral and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
uatO)rtIlratuet testttr. -0 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sin CiHALES ACtoeTea FI?t Roy, Knight Companion 'of the Royal Hano verian Guelphic Order, Captain-Ceneral and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice. Admiral of the same, &c., &c. WuViasAs by an Act of the Governor and Legis. lotive Council of New South Wales, passed in the sixth year of the reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria. intituled, " An Act to consolidate "and amend the laws relating to Courtsof Requests, " and to extend the jurisdiction of such Courts in "hthe County of Cumberland," it was amongst other things enacted, that from and after the first day of January, 1843, Courts of Requests should be holden in and for such Counties and Districts, or other portions of this Colony and its Dependencies, and at such places respectively, as the Governor should, by Proclhmation for that purpose from time to time appoint. And it was fu...