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

METROPOLITAN IMPROVEMENTS. Sydney of late has changed its aspect very remarkably. During the last ten years one by one has been disappearing of those ill devised and unhappy-looking dwellings of wood, which of old disfigured our principal streets. Here and there the foot-passenger is still incommoded by the obtruding front, of a decrepit cottage, tel'.iug of days gone .by, but they are fast disappearing, and in their site arises many a noble bouse, pro claiming that our fair City has passed the age of infancy, and has at length taken its prominent station among the cities of the world. ' Rome,' says the proverb, ' was not built in a day,' but really we have almost lived to see a contradictory of this truism ; for it is, indeed, almost incredible that within a smaller period than the three score years and ten allotted to a single life, a city such as ours should have burst into existence. But if we are not greatly mis taken in our anticipations, its future pro gress will be still mor...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1851. <e In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas} in Omnibus Charitas." IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1851. ' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libevtas, in Omnibus Charitas.' IRELAND. ' Erin, thy silent tear never shall cease, Erin, thy languid smile ne'er shall increase, Till, like the rainbow's light, Thy various tints unite, And form in heaven's sight One arch of peace ! ' A ray of hope seems to dawn on Ireland after centuries of misrule, such as no other Christian nation has been doomed to endure. The various tints of Irish parties are fast uniting to form in heaven's sight one ' Arch of peace.' Then the aspiration, of Thomas Moore, one of Ireland's unrivalled poets, may be realised. This hope is founded on the fact, that in every district and country of Ireland, ' Associations' are being formed, composed of persons professing every shade . of politics, and diversity of creed, for the paramount purpose of securing just and equitable terms between landlord and te-. nan try. The ruthless and pernicious course of policy followed by almost every successive Gov...

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

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Free man's Journal will be received by J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Goul burn-streets, and Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta-atreet.

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It ia necessary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although thiB information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our papa Received from P. M'G. Yass .. £1 4 0 „ R.D., Portland .. 8' 13 0 „ J.M., Geelong ..570

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 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 Cosgrove, 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- ' 2iress terms of publication.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR FEBRUARY. 13 T Of the Blessed Sacrament, s.d., 0. S. B., S. Polycarp, bp. and m.} from 20th 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 Damian, bp. conf. and doo. d. 20 T Of the Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., commemoration of S. Scholastics, s.d. 21 F Of the Feria. 22 Sat Chair of b. reter at Antioch, d.m, 23 S Saxagesima, s.d. 24 M S. Matthias, ap. d. 25 T S. Peter Damian, «?., from the 23rd, 0. S. B., commem. of S. Benedict, s.d. 26 W Of the Feria, 0. S. B., S. Margaret of Cortona, s.d. 27 T Of the Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., S. Leander, bp. conf. and doe. d. '. 28 F Of the Feria, 0. S. B., S, Oswald, s.d. ?ft

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PROTESTANT MISCONCEPTIONS OF CATHOLIC DOCTRINE. {The following extracts are from Mr. Ward's Four Years Experience") SUPPOSED CREDULITY OF CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

PROTESTANT MISCONCEPTIONS OF CATHOLIC DOCTRINE. (The following extracts are from Mr. Ward's « Four Years Experience.') SUPPOSED CREDULITY OF CATHOLICS. It cannot be denied that, among Catholics, as among all mankind, there exists an im mense variety of personal character, and that in such a matter as credulity or incredulitv, this variety in natural penetration displays itself with especial force. Consequently, w.e meet with Catholics who, the moment any event is reported to be miraculous, in stantly believe that it is so; and we meet with others who are morbidly sensitive to the peril of false belief, and refuse to be convinced that anything supernatural ha3 taken place, even from the most undeniable testimony. But that the former class are confined to the poor and uneducated, and the latter to the rich and cultivated, I ab solutely deny, as I equally deny that the general scepticism in the supernatural which the world attributes to educated Catholics has the slightest foundation i...

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

SHIRTS, SHIRTS, SHIRTS, WILL COT, WELL MADE, AND OV GOOD MATB RIALS, AT SMITH'S COLONIAL SHIRT MANUFACTORY, 37, PARK-STREET. ? ? ? ___ ? m QfHIRTS made at the above Manufactory -5 combine the chief modern structural . improvements, which consists in the arrangmenta of the parts an tfre neck and shoulders, so a? to secure an easy and perfect fall of the front on the wearer, and fitting equally well without a waistcoat. The flattering success which has followed the un tired exertions of J. T. S. to mtet the wants and ? wishes of his numerous patrons, has stimulated him to render the best article for the price that it is pos sible to produce, which at all times may be depended upon for wear, and are superior in every respect to any imported to this colony. A general assortment of Blurts kept ready made, consisting of small men*s, middle size ditto, and men's, large men's, and outsized ditto, extra length shirts. Superior regatta and yacht Shirts, Scotch twill and bush ditto, Boys' and ...

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

PROTESTANT MALIC F. The* consistent Protestant is an Atheist. But as men are generally inconsistent, so the true developments of heresy are but rarely seen. Men do not reach always in this world that goal to which they are tend inar, whether morally or intellectually, and so the great majority of men never arrive at the end of their legal journey. They will often forego their principles, and acquiese in opinions which contradict them, rather than take the trouble of defending them ; and thus sometimes acute observers are deceived when they tell us that certain changes have occurred, when, in reality, there has been no change, at all. Enmities are long in dying away ; but when these are the result of personal interest, there is greater vitality in them, and it requires supernatural in fluences to remove them when self-love has so much to do with them. They may sleep for a time, and even seem to have disap peared ; but at the very time when they are believed to be extinct, then they r...

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

ELEGANT AND USEFUL PRESENTS. JU*T RECEIVED, direct from Messrs. JULLIRN, AND CO.'S Musical Repository, Regent-street,— JULLIEN'S ALBUM for 1851— with superb por traits of Grisi, Alboni, Viardot Garcia, ami Moari, in colours and gold, and other illustra tions ; and containing 20 New Songs, and the following Pianoforte Music; Qupen of the May Quadrille ; Maid of Honour Quadrille ; H-tydeB Qnadrillst Jupiter Poika ; Frederika Polka; Olga Polka; Caroline Polka; Alpen Kf.iten Waltz; Lesder Wahzes ; Pearl of Eng land Waltzes ; Maitraume Waltzes (by Prince Metternich) 5 Original Schottisch and Fantasia on Airs from Hay dee. JULLIEN'S ALBUM des Bals de la Cour— fine illustrations — containing the '*Pas de Qiiatn*' Quadrille ; Marble Maiden Quadrille; Bridal Walfz ; Cambridge House Waltz ; Fleur de Marie Waliz ; Zuleika Ceilarius Valse ; Le Diablea Qnatre Polka ; Stop Polka ; Mazouik*. by Herz ; Tarentelle,from the Marble Maiden ; Original Napoiitaine and Quadrille, from Le Diable a Quatro. ...

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THE ENGLISH HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

-'^Tmknglish hierarchy. (From the Tablet, ? October 19.) 'I he Times of Monday last is unreasouauiy ?Mted because the same authority which 6 prec'ed the See of Canterbury, and tfer d on it the Primacy of all England, cor[n «iM.Bd to renew all the dormant !!roeativeB of that vacant Church in the I 7 Archipiscopal See of Westmister Jrhich, as any one may perceive is, to all Ints and purposes, the See ot London, nd called Westminster only for the purpose !f avoiding the civil inccnveniencies of using the name of a place occupied by a member of the spurious Anglican Hierarchy. With ,e2ard to the erection of this See, it may be nteresting to mention the fact, that when St. Gregory the Great first organised the Vnirlish Church, he named London as the J«? of the Primacy, that city having been similarly dignified in British times. But as, under the Saxons, London had ceased to be the emporium of *? ngland, and as the seat oi Government had been transferred to Can terbury, St. Gregory, as we...

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

COASTERS INWARDS. February 6.—Victory, 19 Fisher, from Brisbane Water ; Warlock, 43, Gibson, from Newcastle. February 7.—Caroline, 29, Priden ; May Ann, 18, Greenfield, both from Newcastle ; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Sylph, 23, Lucey, both from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; February 8.—Phantom, 19, Settree, from Bris- bane Water ; Sacramento, 41, Watt, from Newcastle.

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RECEPTION OF CONVERTS AT BIRMINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

RECEPTION OE CONVERTS AT BIRMING- ! HAM. (From the Catholic Standard. ) \ ±he work ot conversion progresses in this loca lity. The regular clergy of the town, and the Fathers of the Oratory are seldom without Protes tants under instructions, and the number of private and public receptions which takes place is consoling to those whose knowledge of the past enables them to appreciate the extraordinary change in public opinion, which leads to such happy results. Last evening an interesting ceremony took place at the Oratory, in this' tewn, in connexion with the re ception of five respectable men, amongst whom was a nephew of poor Huskisson, whose melancholy death, at the opening of the Manchester Railway, about twenty vears ' ago, excited such universal regret. Before the ceremony, the. Rev. Dr. New man delivered an admirable address descriptive of the operations of the enemies of the Church during the last century, in the persecution carried on against the Society of Jesus. The revere...

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IMMORAL PUBLICATIONS. ( To the Editor of the Lamp ) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 February 1851

IMMORAL PUBLICATIONS. ( Jo the jbdttor of the Lamp ) Sir, — I have read with some pleasure, and I trust with no small share of profit, the numbers of the Lamp already issued. In common with many others, I hail the ap pearance of your little periodical, as the harbinger of good to the humbler and less educated, for whom it is specially intended, no less than to the higher and better in structed portion of my fellow Catholics. Your unpretending journal has hitherto been, and can for the future be, an apt and well ordered medium for imparting a sound prac tical knowledge of religion, and the blessings attendant on it for iim» »rH otul.n;f,,. „„ also of those arts and sciences which tend to humanize, to cultivate, to render, men more virtuous, consequently more happy Here, more confident of happiness hereafter. The season at which you begin your laur &amp;nbsp; dable efforts, for the diffusion of true know ledge, is, m my humble opinion, auspicious. The dark cloud of heresy, which h...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

f $ipgtng fintclMgwc&amp; AH RIVALS. February 14. — Forest, brig, 107 tons, Captain Williams, from San Francisco the 23rd December. February 14. — Lady Clark, ship, 430 tons, Cap tain M'Lean, from Wellington the 26th January. February 14. — Inga, U.S. whaling brig, 170 tons, Captain Barnes, from the South Sea Fisheries. February 16. — Comet, schooner, 92 tons, Captain Cork, from Nelson the 6th inst. February 17. — Phantom, brig, 158 tons, Captain Tlrnnrn 'Prnrn A rlplnirliv February 17. — Oceanie, Belgian ship, 520 tons Captain -Radou, from Manila the 11th December. February 17.— Lady Margaret, brig, 284 tons, Captain Grant, from Calcutta the 2nd December. February 18. — Santipore, barque, 515 tons, Cap tain Robinson, from Otago the 26th ult. February 18. — Sarah, brig, 130 tons, Captain Grant, from Launceston the 13th inst. _ February 18. — Louis and Miriam, brig, 127 tons, Captain Pilfold, from Port Nicholson the 3rd inst. February 18. — Alpha, barque, 368 tons, Captain Lee, f...

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SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

SONNET. We were two pretty babes ; the youngest She, The youngest and the liveliest, I ween, And Innocence her name. The time has been We too did love each other's company. Time was, we two had. wept t'hiive been apart, But 'when with show of seeming good beguii'd I left the garb and manners of a child, And my first love for man's society, Deviding with the world my virgin heart, My loved companion dropt a tear, and fled, Hiding in deepest shades her awful head. Beloved ! who shall tell me where thou art ? In what delicious Eden to be found ? That I may seek thee, the wide world around.

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CHARLES LAMB. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

CHARLES LAMB. [Jo the Editors of Ike Freeman's Journal, i WS.NTXEMEN,—. The following Sonnet by Charles ^?un, the friend and companion of Coleridge, themost MiCMssful reprover of Southey, and who has Tal wa tor his iaithful and eloquent biographer, has, I nave some reason to think not appeared in print ; ' « tow, it will have been published in one of the ™.#tt»nGs or newspapers of the time. It was «icn about the memorable year of the French Z?11! 1893« The impression it made on my ^ttS lias taen deepened by the lapse of many— many years. You may probably concur with me, that it will find a congenial shelter in the columns of your Journal. I am, Gentlemen, Yours, &amp;c, , ? ? SENEX.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

''ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THR DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE. r To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentlemen, — It has frequently occurred to me as a surprising fact, that amidst the multitudinous observations which this subject has called forth from the numerous contributors to our public press ; no allusion is to be found to the frequent and alarming appearance of epidemic diseases amongst cattle in England, being a matter of such historic George III., an amateur and practical farmer, and flock-master of no ordinary skill and repute, has. placed' ?this fact in a very conspicuous part of fhe parliamentary annals of his turbulent and calamitous reign. Tt has also been made memorable in the literatnre of the English language. The Wakes', the Jam-uses, the Peter Pihdars, of Tarions grades, who at different periods, so mer cilessly assailed this monarch throughout his entire sovereignty, have left on record glowing specimens -rf their satire and ridicule, arising out of this very circu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

Pu*H i'fiiKS at PoiiTPHiLiaP.-^-The: following m mio'only out of many- fearful accounts with which the Melbourne piipers^rt full: Ihe cent agmtion ; 'the district of-Geelong, and about the River Plpntv has laid desolate almost all the farms, and ? i L liiindreds of families, to. a state of misery.' v,f t e Barrabont Hills and the. valley of the Moor 'L; i ^ so awful in its aspect, so sudden nuts 7 nnlishment, so lamentable m its consequences, SS S^ be equalled in those pages of his -orv where invading armies are descried as laying Stries waste with fire and sword. In the course of a few hours the labour oi many years has S reduced to' nought, and the. stout hearts vh ch have borne up hopefully .against many re v,r-S are. again cast down m despair. The hSay-cultivafed district which on Thursday morn 5l S was teeming with the fruits of harvest » now 'blackened smoking waste ? the stacks of wheat ;j reduced to little heaps of cinders ; the fences «« only traceable by the red line of as...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

-Tiie Military. — Between the hours of one ami /wo o'clock on Wednesday morning, near our offico, a gang of soldiers, maddened with drink, attacked two workmen of Mr. Bayles, blacksmith, of George street, with bludgeons. One of the men lay speech, less, weltering in his blood on the street for somo time, until Dr. Tierney was called on, who had the man conveyed to the Infirmary, where he now lies in a dangerous state. It', is very strange, indeed, that there is not more- discipline exercised by the heads of the military, than to allow these men to prowl about tlie streets of Sydney at ail hours o the night, and generally, too, in a state of brutal intoxication, Rky. Dk. Lano.— The Kev. Editor of the Press is in another scrape. He is used to such things and probably bears them better than most men,— yet eVen to him the prospect of twelve. months im prisonment must be anything but cheering. 11» present charge is one of Libel, brought against him by Mr. Icely for something which recent...

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