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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
TnlE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1844. ' "Pe .jst and fearnot :3 Let all the utii Ilion antm'st at be shy country's, Thy Godrs, and truti's." Shakspcare. IMPORTED MANUFACTURES, FROM SWEDEN, &c. tWz beg to call attention to the following advertisement in the Herald of the 11th of March : FOR SALE, as ship Dull, from Stockholm: Deals, hoards, scantliog, battens, outs, flgastoea no stepolrnes, Ansey, garden paling,. chair, sofas, tables, deor, window aol door fames, s Oggon heeas, yokes, laodders, buckets, wash tuba and pails, studdingp sail booms, mallets rein deer and or tongues, .writing and coloured paper. Samples of the abore mary be-seen at the oflfe of Mr. A B. Npark, King-street. It seems our Swedish friends are de termined that we should not want furniture or boards (in a land which is a forest), nor rein-deer or ox tongues, in a colony which actually does not know what to do with its beef or mutton! But is our govern sent doing its duty to the people over ...
THE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
THE POST-OFFICE., WE have since our last publication received a complaint of the very irregular delivery of the Chronicle at Paterson post-office, to which we beg to call the attention of the Post-Master General: of whom we would beg to ask, is it not time to give the old gentleman who officiates there a ticket of exemption from the labor, unless like the old Judge, Lord Norbury, he will not resign, but be dctermnined to " die in harness!" Having received from a gentleman near Maitland a complaint that for three weeks he had not got his Chronicle, we conceived it our duty to mention the circumstance. We have since received from the post-inns ter there, a letter, explaining the cause the clearest in the world, viz. the papers did not reach him, although regularly put into the Sydney post-office. We have reason to know, that no public officer can discharge his important duties with more regularity, and assiduous and punctual attention, than the post-master of West-Maitland, and we mos...
ROMISH PERSECUTION IN PIEDMONT.—"THE HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
ROMISII PERSICUTION IN PIED MONT.-" THE HERALD." In the Herald of yesterday there is an ar ticle thus headed, from the Church of Eng land Quarterly Review, which occupies five of its columns. It may no doubt be very useful as filling stuf, which in a daily paper like the Herald is sonic merit (for he could not ldecently send a blank page to his subscribers); but except its bulk, it has no other quality but those of the most unworthy and dishonor able kind: it professes to be a critique of some French and English works, to one of which we see affixed the name of Faber, who if hlie consnlted his fame, ought to mind his flock, nor come out in print, lest lihe meet another Huseribeth. This Church of England is a most cu riously strange sort of corporation: it is called par excellence the Church of Eng laund, although every child knows that not one-tenth part of the Fnglish people be lieve in her 39 articles (and what else can make them her children?); nor does one fourth of the English ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
* bftpputg J innellgence. AtRIVALS. MAnRCI 12.-Prom Wellington, New Zealand, having left the 24th Feb ,the NorthStir, 26, guns,. Sir B. Home, commander. 12.-From Liverpool, having left on the' 9th November, the brig Munro, 228 tons, Belford, with merchandise. Roansd, MtNab, and Co., agepts. 12.-From New York, having left the 26th November, the ship Navigator, Greaves, with. sundries. Passengers-Mesers. Vradeburg.Ilotckliss Maxwull, and W. and F. Sandes. Captaio, ageit.. DEPARtTURBS. MARCN 9.-For Port Phillip, the cutter ThoaIsoci, Rirkinshaw,with a gener l caigo. Passengers-Mrs. Btrkinshaw and child, and Mliss Neale. 9.-For Guam, the barque Beneooesn, Clarributt, wilt sundries. 9-For Port Philip,'Lauoceston, via Boyd Town and Broulee, the steamer Shamrock, Gilmore, with sundries, Passengers for Port Phillip-Miss Kelly, Miss Goodsir, Messrs. Manton, Broadfoot, Csrfrae, Smith, Howard, Mitchell, Macnab, flattery, Barton, James, Andrews, and Swingler. Passengers tot Launceton-D-Mts. Bar...
THE INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
THE INQUISITION. THE Spanish Inquisition having for three centuries, but more particularly of late, formed a fertile topic for invective, to the opponents of the Catholic faith, as well as a themaa from which to invent variazioni al capriccio ;-in other words, to forge most base and infamous falsehoods, which having to those w4o knew not the thing, a sort of distant semblance of reality, and there being hone till lately, to contradict them; many well meaning Protestants took them as acknowledged truths: and have lived and died in the persuasion that the Catholic Church commanded persccution for errors in faithi; an assertion not only totally un founded, buit wholly opposite to the truth. In this distant colony, one might have hoped people would have thought their boxes, cases, trunks, and other lug gage ; with maybap a wife and some half dozen bairns, would have been baggage enough, without all the trumpery of bigotry and prejudice to boot, which in all con science might have been l...
Port Phillip Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
Port Phillipp Extracts: THE IMMIGRANTS.—Ninety-four of the immi- &nbsp; grants by the Wallace were landed from that vessel, and conducted to the Old. Stockade on Tuesday. This number includes several unmarried males and females who were engaged on board, but whose masters could not immediately make the necessary arrangements for conveying them to their stations in the interior, which, it is expected, they will be enabled to effect in a few days. The remainder are married men, with from four to seven children each, who it is supposed will continue a burden upon the government for some time, as few settlers have the means to accommodate a large family; or even if they had, they would experience some difficulty in making the service of each member of it, capable of taking any part in the usaal work on a station available, with profit to themselves, and adequate remuneration to the parents; and the parents them- selves being in general averse at present to any separation from th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
Tha Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensivelsy crculatesd throughout New Soulth Wales, Van uiemen'es Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st Marhn; 30th June, 30th September, and 31st Decemberi at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Addvertisers should mark on each advertisement the ,number of inscrtions required; otherwise they are continued tilt countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before aix o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, andHr6Sturday; but new adertiisements prereceived till six o'clodk on the evening before publication.-All instructions nmustbe given in writing, and al letters post paid. DEDICATION OF SAINT PATRICK'S CHURCH. O N MONDAY; the 18th "iristnut, at Eleved o'clock, the above elegant Ediice willibo solemnly dedicated, and a PONTIPEC4L HIGH AI...
Select Poetry. TO CYNTHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
-o0 'TO CYNTHIA. Aht tell toe no more, my dear girl, with a sigh, - 'I hat a colduess sill creep o'er my heart; ' hat a sa'len indifference will dwell o t my ye When thy beauty begins to depart. lhall thby graces, f Cynthiaa that gladdentry day, And bright n the glonom of the nlpht, '11il life be extinguished, from memory stray, Which It ought to review with delight? Upbraldailg, ishll gratitudle say, with a tear, "'fiot no longer 1 think of those charms Which gave to ay bosom osuchl rapture sincere, And faled at length in t y arms?" Whly, yest it many happen, thou damset divine: To be honest-! freely declare, 'Ibat even now to thy converse so mtouch I itncliue, I've alrefly forgot thou ft jfhr.
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 9. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844
JNSOLV'ENCY. UISINMSYS& "0 SATURDAY, MARCH 9. PROOF OF'OLAIMSI, U1o the festate of Joshua John Moore, a special meetings M . A. S. Culley, 181 138 44; Mi. Mae. namara, 181 9s; J. Blackman, 41 17s 6J; Thomas Holmes, 81 3s 7d ; G. and H. Knapp, 41 13s Gil J. S. Hanson, 221 Its; J. llallan, 481 10ls Ild; Kemp and Fairfax, 181 Is. This insoltent having. oilfeed a composition oi 13l 6d in the pound. 'the same was accepted at the meeting. In the estate of the firm of lie mry Moore. a special meeting t the Cnmmercial fBank, 9601 O8s i1; d:tn ditto. for a contingent clainm, P961; the Bank of Australasia, 2971 13s ; Flow er, Salting, and Co, 140414x; Lyall, St:utt, and Co., 891 1l.3d ; the Australian hMarine Assurance Company,' 22521 2 3d; Campbell and Co., 21001 ; William Cosnsly, 81; James Tegg, 1214s 34d. In the estate of Peelk and Campbell, a special meeting r. Campbell and Co., 2881 13s 6:1; tihe Australian Marine Assurance Company, 2371 41 3ld the Aus tealasian Sugai'Company, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
AGENTSA' LOLt TLUiiUHL4U'iIL~t Broulee, Mr. B3. ,MCauley. I~errima, it.' B. M' 4ahon.' Patterson, Mr. J. O'isullilvq. Parramatts, Mr.· P.'Cardil~Ta Port Phillip,' Mr. J. Bullet Wollongoog, Mr. Edwsrd Corrigoo Batheurst, Mr. TT Jsiuoo' i. Gosulburn, M:'Heorj Tbozppao Hobart'Town; Mr. Johlte tqhn Maitland, Mr. Deos e : (Jampbelitown, &o., Mr. 114'Alistet Windsor, Mr. Jamses Gasidy Penrith, Mr. Jameas N1'O'arshy Jerry's Plains, Mel J'JI. Haipur'` Bungools, Mr. Edward uighes SWoilonbi,'Mr. llMicbhal Byrno,'° Published in the United Kingdoms bg Mr. Joaes, 63, 'ateruuster.row, London' Alr.W.. J. ý3aLtersby, CS Bhsez-bridge,+PatJIs nflnt.!treet, Dublin. ; tyd.py: I'laated and Publlsb I by MIOHAIALDDAiROYOf Jirldgu alretý, at the Ohronrole. llUes, Urldgos-slI0Ol
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
EXPERIMBNTS WITH TFBI SAFBTY CAPs.-On Monday afternoon, at three o'clock a large crowd assembled on Leith Pies, immediately ,beyond the Lighthouse, to witness a public trial of the air-pillow and safety-cape, as life.preservers rwo boats put off from the pier, in which werea sailor with the cape-a neat and graceful article of dress, and worn without being in the smallest degree an incumbrance,-and another person with the air pillow on his breest. Both leaped into the water, in which they floated like ducks,, performing a variety of evolutions which tested at once the powers of the life.preserverers, and the perfect ease and composure with which they may be used. The sailor had aloog with him a life-buoy, which. is in the Shape ofe. hoop, and which one or more persons may lay hold of by means of ropes which are attached to it. He went through a number of very neat turns snd' changes of posture, never failing, however, to preserve' as much composure and nonshalonce as if he had bees: ...
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) FIRST LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMPTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
LETTERS. ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our laot.) FIRST LETTER. MoNssount La CourPB, If men were, all of them, wise, and well in structed, the absurdities, and falsehoods, like the foregoing, would excite only their ridicule, and contempt. But, unfortunately, such is not the cage. The public,-ignorant, and prejudiced, are easily imposed upon, and deceived. And the consequence is, that, cheated by the gross misrep resentations of a host of calumniating writers, they look upon the Inquisition, as a club of stupid, and ferocious, monks, who roast men for their own amusement. Nay, it is even true,-such is the force of prejudice and ignorance,-that the.same: erroneous, and unjust notions, prevail even.inothe. minds of a multitude of individuals, who, in other, regards, are distinguished for their good sense. You may find them, moreover, in the works, not unfrequently, of Ihe very defenders of sound, and virtuous principles. Thus, for example, .in the Journal de L'Empire, you may re...
REVIEW. A Plea for National Holy Days. By Lord John Manners, M.P. Second Edition. London, 1843. [Concluded.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
REVIEW. -o A Plea for Nalnonal Holy Days. By Lord John Manners, M.P. Second Edition. London, 1843. [Concluded. . Nothing can be more beautiful and appropriate than at least the cccasion and design of the many sacred festivities in other branches of the Church ; nor do we thih.k they are productive of mere evil in practice. In the Gretk and Roman. Church we have firat the Saints Days, and other Holy Days; then feasts of dedication, and historical anniver. saries; then every act of the secular year is made an act of faith, the special blessing of God being publicly asked for each and every waIk of man;: the fisherman asks a blessing on his net and on his boat;' the sea, the river and the well are severally blessed; the seed to be sbwr is blessed; the harvest is gathered in with a thanksgiving itse cattle are yearly put under. God's protection withl appropriate forms and services ; the cottage hearth is blessed; in fine, the attlempt is made to bring the life of God into the very soul,...
CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. Accidents to the product of the Vintage in its subsequent state—Remedies—Treatment and uses of the Murk—Oil of Grape pips—Boiled Wines—Vins de Liqueur, de Paille, Jaune—Strengthening of the produce of weak Vintages. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CUAPrTER ZI. Accidents to the product of the Vintage in its subse. quent state--Romedies.-Treatment and user of the Murk-Oil of Grape pips-Boiled Wines--Vine de Liqueur, de Paills, Jaosne-Strengthening of .the produce of -oeak Vintages. Wines are subject, from -known or unknown -causes, to deterioration, or malady, soon after they are made, The two most dangrouis changes to which they are liable in the maker's hands, are the becoming oily, or-contracting acidity. Oiliness Is a milky appearance, put on by wines made in a wet -eason, and ill fermented. The wine loses its -natural fluidity, and becomes ropy. White wines are most subject to this malady, but not in the.wood, unless of meagrequality; but they will sometimes turn oily in the bottle, however well corked. After -a certain time has expired they will.again frequently -bocome pure. The white substance at first seen in "the wine turns brown, shrinks, and detaches itself -in scales. The win...
CITY BYE-LAWS FOR REGULATING GEORGE-STREET MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
CITY BYE-LAWS FOR REGULATING GEORGE-STREET MARKETS. WE have seen a.reportL on the Bye-laws of Sydney,.some portions of which are amusing enough-e: g. 16. There' shall be a clerk. of the niarket, who shal be appointed and removed, from time "to time, &c. (There are some very good shops in Sydney whee, the writer of the article might buy a Lind-: ley Murray, in which he may see the. meaning of the English auxijiary verbs.) 34. If any person shall purchase or con tract for, or agree to purchase, any goods. coming on the way to the market ; or shall dissuade any person' from bringingi the same to the market; or shall persuade the owner or person in. charge of any goods:., coming on the' way to' the market,' to en-' hance the price thereof wheh there, he r, 'she shall, for every such offence, forfeit and, pay any sum not exceeding forty, shillings, and the proof that the' goods were not on, the way to the market,' shall be: on !the' party complained against. Did not the learned w...
Select Poetry. THE ANGEL OF THE FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
-0 THE ANGEL OF' THE FLOWRft. Fhe comes adownl the pale blue depths of heaven; Above her head an undimfl shed wreath of light Spans the deep ether dome. In either hand A vase of frosted sliver, whenftce arises T'lansparentclouds of iucense On her head A coronet of snow drops, like geInunsd tears New Jallen from sad.lovling sprits' eyes. Her apolless a ings, like sunnillumined snow, Fan the ambrosial air as eeedlluga rise In beauty infantine spreading their leaves To catch the lusciouis sighs. Fbe comes To kiss her sister A AY, Who, robed in ha thorn whit-, like a young fairy sprite, Sings her enchanted lay: T'he honeysuckle bells The air ifth palethme swells; And from the woodland spray The songster'sjoy.notes, ti4to As the low whispering rill, lresthes forth its calming music till the close of day. The beautcons pansies rise In purple, gold and blue, Vith-tints of rainbow hue, Mocking the sunset skies; The modest violets, Under the hedge-row sets, Lift up their soft blue eyes; And ...
SMUT IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
S SMUTIN WHEAT. IT is somewhat strange that after the length lof time the offlcay, of.; ulphate ,of ~-opepO I(cllced blue stoneho an4. blqe vitrig9) l be iieknowri as aprevitti'e'of smut in whet, that 'the questibns lately put forth by some correspondent of the Au~tralian, should still require an answer. Our httention his been attracted to it by a recipe given in Thursday's 'Australian, by Mr. Hipkiss, .of Kissing Point, which re cipe we believe to be effectual, and hesitate not to' recommenit to the farmers of the colony. Such a recipe we have made use of many years' ago,g and which -we first learned from Sir John Sinclair's book on Scottish Husbandry, who gives it from a Flemish farnier (he had been in Flanders,) with the Flemish measurps and weights; but whichl if he in realit' gdt fiiom Mr. -Hipkiss, in thel&rst ,instance,??he was extremely un-" grateful in not so much; as mentioning his name. .That method is also described in. " Radcliff's Flemish Husbandry" in nearly' ...
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. mu. p. morning. i 3 min. p. 6 evenng TOlonEOW. A4 mln.p6 morning ) 1 min. p. 7 evening MONDAY 4min. p.7 morning I , min. p.8 evening TUESDAY. 30 min. p.8 morning 1 4 min. p. 8 crening S WEDNESDAY. 18 min. p 9 morning 1 42 min. p.9 evening THURSDAY. :'1 in. p. 10 morning 1 42 mln. p. 10paening FRIDAY. 6 mmn. p.41 morning 30 min. p. l1 evening (Sun risea this day 8 min. p. 7; sets 18 min. p. 6. New Moon, u1th, z min. p. 10 morn.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, MARCH, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
CATHOLIC DIIECTORY,'MACROB, 1814. S. 17 IV. Juadraga, 2nd class, de ca 1. 18 S. Ptrick, bishop anud cont. from yesterday, somid. T.I 19 S. Joseph, apouse .V.&I., double, 2ud class W. 20 Deo o T. 21 S. Benediot. abbot, double F. 28 De ca T. 23 De ca (orosses and imagps covored) S. 24 Passion Sunday, Ist class, de ca,semidouble M. 215 Annuuciatlon o V.M., double, 2d class T. 20 Deca W.-27 Deca. T. 28 Dea '. 209 Compassion B.V.MI., double major S. 30 I De ca Su. 31 Palm Sunday, 1st class, de ca, semidouble
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844
_ :-··- ..i O CLEAJIED OUT, '( .-; *"ýý1 f For?. London.. the barque Midothlian,e Mbrisonn. with colonial produce. Passengers-Mr.' andMrs. Robinson and four children, Dr. Murdoch, Mr and 'Mrs. Mi'Lean, Mr.: Barton, Mrs. Kostorphia and :four children, and Mr. Campbell. STie " WILLIAS?. MarcA*LV.'?-This 'vessel has broudht.250 bounty immtgrants, they consist of 70" female and 85 male adults, and 96 childrena. :?re are' but few agricultural laboarers, being, mostly mechanics. Three deaths n4dd three births toobk place on the passage. The Elszabpih was to leave London 18th Novr . and Cork yst Dece.thber, with immigrants for Sydney. rhe Caledor4.a, Case, hence 21st May. w"?a o. Dover 10th November. The Cygnst, hence let &~ay, we sof? lastings 8th November. ' .. The Margaret, hence 6th June, arriven , at. Gravesend 8tth November.. The T&erela, left Deat for New Zealand lath November. The Chrsatiuia, from Swan River- arrived: at Deal, Qth November. The Mary Sharpt entered o...