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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

South Australia. IlMUMIGRATION.--" Truth will out". " With the view of promoting the forma lion of habits of temperance amongst the emigrants during the voyage, all intox. icating liquors are excluded from the ordinary dietary of the emigrant labour. era, while care is taken to place at the disposal of the Surgeon-superintendent a sulfficient supply of wine and porter, to be snpplied at his discretion, as medical comforts in cases of depression or disease." Couammissioner's Report. W'hat can be better than the above re gulation? And yet we have reason to believe that in numerous instanrces the intention of the Commissioners is defeated, either by the tnswarrantable interference of the Captains. or by the negligence'or indiference of the Surgeons. We are in fortmed by entigrants of a recently arrived vessel, that .hough there was sickness on board, and several women were confined, no wine was supplied, and that the porter was so ad that therI were compelled to dis continue its use. T...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Air.—Meeting of the Waters. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

Air.-lileeting of tie uatlers. There is nut in this cabin a sound half so' sweet, As tho'groans of our tnble, yvell covered with meat; Oh I the last round of dishes, and plates shall'depart,, Ere the smell of the vianuds will fade from my heart., First turtle and turbot, on trenchers appear, Washed down with a glass, of Bucella's so clear; Succeeded by mutton, and of curry a loud, Veal cutlets with ham, and beef alamode.o With.whic the OlChampaign, with gusto we guoasl While inches of cutlet we place in our muzzle; Then quickly removed is each separate boivl, ' And we howse out our jibs, with geese, ducks, and fowl. , , It would weary us all were we now to repent,. ; 'r'he name of each pie, soup, fowl, fish and meat ;, Which our tablo adorns; 'tis not gtew, 'tis not grille Oh, no, it is something more exquisate still. ' The cloth is removed, theowine circulates round, While grapes, inelons, figs atd alumonds aboiild; Port. Claret, Madeira. Ilucella's, and' herry,." ' In fact every w...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

MARRIED, By special license, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. W. McIntyre, Captain Wm. Hay, late of Garmouth, Morayshire,   Scotland, to Miss Elizabeth Dold, late of Islington.

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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EXTRACT FROM "Mes Vacances en Italie," A Work recently published by L'ABUE MORLAU. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

EXTRACT. FROM "i Mes Vacances en Italle," A NWork recentlU published by L'.ea'MontLAu. I ory, tlhough widowed of imperial power, must still be considered as ntis tress of the world. Let gainsayers assort what they please, and continue to detract her, modern Rome still rules, governs, ntd holds tie world in subjection. What -hall I say? 'IThe world. hates her, comn bats against her, and declares war against her on every side; yet, always van quished, it is forced. at last to do homage to her-to her faith, to her dictates, to her sciences, to her.literature, to her arts, &nd to all that emainate from her. I now all that-has been said, all that has een written against her, in every age ad in every clime, by philosophers, here tics, and travellers; who have been ever her dcclared enemies, and sometimes !even by false friends. According ' to heam all is paltry,' all is' hideous there men, women, and things, institutioni, customs, and occurrencos;. whatoever is believed or practis...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Some Account of the State of Catholic Affairs in the Province of Algiers, with Extracts from the Letters of M. L'Abbé Suchet, Missionary in those parts. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

IN 1llS IK EXTI ACT'S. Some Account of the State of Catholic Affairs in the Province of Algiers, awith Extracts from the Letters of 1f. L'Abb6 Srchet, Missionary in those parts. [From the " OarTlonox JouRNAL."] M. L'Abb6 Suchet, rector of St. Saturnib, at Tours, quitted his parish this winter to devote himself to the mission in Africa. Since his departure. he has written several letters to his friends, to acquaint them with the state of things in that new mission. 'He left Tours in the month of January, and arrived on the 1st of February at Tonlon,.where an order of the minister foP the war department awaited himi, granting his passage at the expense of the state, and also admission to the table' of the Etat-Mpjor. Heo embarkedon Sunday, the 3i1'of February, on board the Acheron steam-vessel, sailed the same day,'and en Wednesday, the 6th, he was aunder the walls of Algiers. '" We landed (he says) at eight o'clock, and I went immediately to the cathedral to thank God for my prospero...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

W FINE aud SPIRIT STORE,. CGampbell-. Towri:.:.... :' . . Patriek FenaeIe, ', T.TN roturnitg tliniks to his Frionds YL and the Public, for the continuod and liboral patronage he ihas received for several years hi the Retail l'rado as Iun.keeer, Legasto inform them that he has now uopeoneda holeale Wine and Spirit Store in his new house at Campboll Town, wheieo lio plodges himselt 'that fltom his arraugements with -one of the first houses in Sydney, he will be enabled to dell any article of he trade, of tloebest."uality, eand with a very small advance on the Sydney prices. Campbell Town, . 10th October, 1839. ( 290. SEILZIING SOT' :: : 25 Per Cent. under Cost L ,ice; - AT E. QRO BE 'lSO 71:S AND. CRO. CER'r- S?~'RE,??R GBORGE, STREET, Brar Ealbott'o lEttt, tjrtcQ8ltlib"lýl. T7 E whole of his solect and ox Stendle "stocrk of CHINA, GIASS and EARTiHEJNWARE", being of the nuast elegant pattelus, and received by. the laest arrivals. The attgntion of. families i"s iarticularly" invited to...

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The Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

. Sydney :? FRIDAY, JANUARY. I0, I840.? . Tk?? Alfred, Cap'tain Flint, which left Plymouth on the 29th of September, has broughtt Etrglish papers to within a day or two of- that date.. Tlhe following are the mot :important partioildurs :TLte RighiHon.: P. Thompson, Governor of Canada, ?nd suite, hadm embarked' for Quelie?. His appointment seems to have givengroeatdissattsfaction. Mr. 1Iacauley is appointed S rceta-a?' ai, ti tie room of Lord 'HowMic. M' r. 'Moro O'PFrralzis appoi?ied S~iedt!ry to the Admiralty, in the roomrof Mr. Wood. Lord Clarendon was .eýpected dto <join the : Ministry. 'Thomas 8tonorn of Stonor, in the County of O'xfordi Esg.,,lias been .suammoneil'to to thliý operiage, nnder the title of rBaron Camoys, being a lineal descendant of Lord'Camoyfs who sat in the.Patliament in tlý reign of iochard i I. 'The-lM ethod .iets [ave hadl tGe.emorlty to'eter the lists' wivtlh;,.fi, ;'C.o?itilli whd repileato then in a; :wey liiolhJýeavea that body in the iivttas...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

S'lTmpouridedl by the Police at' Qlealnbean, 24th Diioelllbor' 1iJD:-Onle:dark" brown Maie, nIear hind feet white, small.ltur q,tfolrrJlpatl, short tail, brand on ilwar ilboUldoir, apparently 4 reversed, with a black. Filly Fonl, a few ;days d, by liy"hr side. Onio duiiºooh.ullrd Mnre, bliack nmane avid iailF black points, lin been newly donked, very alrall.star in forehead, brande d oil' hbllmllicr .,I. At iuippolerd to hlave clilot romMallaru,? . If tlle alov'e Marea, ari not climeid i6idl rrliasel'olo'r beforr'tlle 71th ainuisiy, they ?iill be sold at tlia li'ind, agreeably to Aet of l'Coneil." .: "' ALbrlxAneIt'ANDtlinsoN, Pomlndkeeper.,; Imlporlmncdm at Mlutwelli Irook, oni Ithu lht De. ce.ilnb., 1HI3, time lfollt llnlug (uitlm, viz.:--Oem whitbpleicy' Stjl bluikuiickskanll'iheuka, brhlidad on'offl'imnp A71,. Uno brindle Inulock;.wllte belly * ·' * ·*u ,~ .:~i,, '8 noidor, dami ages £5.' OOhe red Cow, white back andflanka olff ear .lit, branded ,on near riba HB. ofif rnmtn C . ...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

LOCAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.-The Now Settle ment at Boston Ba'y, Port Lincoln. is beginning to occupy the general attention of the Southern Australians, and bids fair to become the chief trading emporium of the Southern portion of Now Holland. Largo quanitiies of cattle and sheep have been receitly brought overland from New South WVales, by Captain Finnis and Messrs. Dutton, Nolson, and Tooth.-A new pier is on the oree of being.erected at Glenelg, a township.at Holdfast Bay, afbotit six' miles distant front the capital by a Joint Stock Company that has been formed for the purpose. This when com pleted, will afford masters of vessels the facility of hauling along-side and dis- ý charging their cargoes, from whence they can be convoyed.to Adelaide by an oven and well beaten road.-Part of the New Government House at Adelaide is al ready compileted, and the remainder is nearly so.-A new paper has been estab lished, under the title of the. Adelaide Chroniolf.-The theaitre, undbr the ma nageme...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

tljippýitg Inteltge?i.c. ARRIVALS. January 6.-From Hobart Town, having left the '22nd December, the barque Lady'Ziljord, Captain Kenneth, with mnerchandise. 'aassengers-Mesars. slaccinnon, Montefiore, Arrowsamith, Byers, Chirn aide, Hogg, Mrs. Bell and family, and five in the steerage.." " - . , ,. 7.-From London, having left the 10th August, the brig Trid4nt, Captain Todd, with merchandise. 7.--From SoutihAustralia, having left 17th nilt., the barqi RB'?i.porier, Capt. "Anwyl. with 100 tuns? sugar. Passepgers--Miss Morris, .Mrs. Blaygrave and child, Mfessrs. 'Wi-ght, Hol?pan, Miller, Row. laudatin, Smith," and nine in the steerage. 7.-From Ioutt Phillip, having left the 2nd inst., the barque 'WItslminter, Captain ,Mollison, with merchandise. Passongers=- Two 'Mr. Aitkins, and thirty in the steerage. 7.--=From Batavia, having left the 11th Novem ber, the barqeJuliet, Captain. Parker, with ten, sugar, &ec. Agents, L?amb and Paubury. 7.-From Port Phillip, having left the 27th ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

" or London. T HE -tine fast-sail ,...L .ipg, hip MEDWAY, 40 toni register, possessing J r' ?ilierior aceommodations for a " 'Passengeris, and carries an' d ,expsrienced Surgeon. The rt A tci.vay willsail on the 31st c instant. For freight or Pl'as sage, apply to Capt. Grifin, on board; or, to 8 ' 'EIUGIIES & HOSKING. Albion 1sharf. Jan. 8, 1840. 763 ' or the Bay of Zsiandls, AND * IIola?ntgal I Ti," HE Sfe fast-sail J. L'ing Brig NIMROD, I " ý ill'bea dispatche4 fur the I above "ports; New. Zealand, on the 1st preximo. Fur - Freight ot " Passage, apply Ih S t0o ,1r. JoIsN DaLLY, near Queen's Wharf, or to Ow-. ai .DaVts, Commander, on board. TI'he Nimrod cannotL be ,excelled .in accommodatioun fur I'assen-. gers, and is well known in the trade between Syd- a ney and New Zealand. Jan. 6, '1810. 762 . For Melbourne Direct. To sail positively on the s2651 Inltant. J ' ' tllHE fast-sailing now 1 . .5. LBrig CHRIST[ANA, n Tasosas BlsascKNosisiw,'Mas '?hr. This Vessel is undergo i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

lrattFet caoot. ntalc at 'arrait' WafP'0 toffEc ~1ou)Ote, Lottbott. Sale on 2c1th August-801 bales. Ex Lord Eldon.- RtYDE R-t- bales at 2s ld, 8 at is I!d, 5 at las 10d, 1 at Is J1d, 7 at is 10d, 4 at 2s 0ad, 4 at Is 9d. Rothery-1- bales at Is 11d, 5 at is 11d, I at 2s ld, at is 10d, 4 at2s Id, 8 at is DAd. N W-i-n grease-13 bales at 10lod, 10 at 10d, Sat lld. M HC-1 bale at 2s Id, 17 at is 1'ld, 3 at is lld, 1 at 2s I,,d, 3 at ls 0d. 11--1 balo at 2s ld, 2 at 2s 1d1, 11 at is 10d; 5 at is 10.dL, 6 at 1s OFI, 0 at ls 2d, 4 at is 8d, 2 at is ld, 3 at is 7Ad. M B--3 bales at is 9d, 19 at is 8d, 15 at la 8Dd, 4 at is (6t, 6.at 1s 7.,d, 3 at is 6Od, 2 at Is 7d1, 1 at Ia Oild. HJM P in a diamoond-2 bales at 2s .0}d. B& II, MB joined underneath-7 bales at Is 9J,. JJM-3 bales at is Bd, 2 at ls"7ýd. MK-8 bales at ls 9d, 2 at Is.10d. MIt--S bales ls I?Ad. M D-1 bale at Is Orid. M-5 bales at Is 9dd, 4 at 1 8d., 6 at ls 8l, 5at is 7d, 7 at is 7Wd, 4 at isdd. * NSW--1 baloeat ls'8Ad, 2 ...

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Dr. Milner. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

Dr. iVilner. It is in contemplation to erect a splen- did monument to the late Right Rev. Dr. Milner, Catholic Bishop of the Midland District. It will be one of the most correct and magnificent monuments in the pointed style erected in this or any country during the -last three hundred years. It is to be like one of those beau tiful opiscopal sepulchres, so many of which adorn our old English Catholic cathedrals. The high tomb, with a figure on it of John de Sheppey, lately disco vered in Rochester Cathedral, will be the model of the lower part, while the over spreading canopy will be a specimen of the finest and most elaborate style of the fourteenth century. The figure of the venerable prelate, arrayed in his full pon tificals, and coloured in the beautiful style of John de Sheppey's, will be extended on the high tomb; and, if-the subscriptions be adequate, it is intended to ereot a small chantry-ohapel, comomu nicating with the side of the large chapel at Oscott, for the receptio...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

Van Diemen's L.and. We have received Van Dieman's Land papers up to the 2ndinsstant, from which we make the following selection : The price of wheat, flour, and bread, had risen considerably. Sharp frosts had done a serious injury to theb early-sown potatoe crops. T'heweatel:r was changeable. Much rain had fallen, but it wassaid to be much wanted throughout the interior of the colony. The ship Mliddlesex had been chartered to convey to India the detachment of the 21st regiment. '" Never," says the edlitor of MIurray's Review, " in the me.nmory of the oldest iuhabitants, was such a scarcity of meat known as at present. For the last two months, beef has been very dear ;-for the last fortnight, little, if any, is to be obtained." (From. the ADreRTnssE, Dec. 20 ) M ARKBTs.-Our narkets still continue much in the sante condition, with the ex ception of wheat,'which continues on the advance; a scanty supply has reached town, and has realhsed 25s per bushel. Vegetables and fruit are very ab...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

FORT 1'HZLLIXP -"**'s.- Weo have received Port Phillip.papers to tihe 1st instant. The proposed new paper has already done sonme good in Australia Felix, by exciting the energies of the existing journals. The P. P. Gazette of the 1st inst. is a dashing good number. The Patriot has extended the hand of fellowship to Mr. Cavenegh, and promised him assistance; but the mis ohevious Gazette thrusts in an unlucky quotation front his Sydney namesanko, in which the destruction of the poor Patriot by the new journal is foretold by the editor. lWje have room for the following extracts only : 'Theo weather during the last month has beo so undecidedl in its character, that it would be dillicult to assert at what point summer has commenced. The latter part of November, as well as December, is usnnally included in the summer season; but tile abundance of rain, xhich, withl cloudy, windy skies and weather, we have of late expericnced, has given these months rather that stormy character which atten...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Shipping Intelligence. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

Shipping Intelligence. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The Orestes, Mary, and Barossa for Bombay, the Fleeetwood for Launceston, and the Curlew for Port Phillip, this day.   H.M.S. Druid will sail for Macao, on the 20th     instant. William Metcalfe, 447 tons, M. James & Co. agents, for Port Phillip, January 5.   Mary Ridgeway, 217, A.B. Spark agent, for   South Australia, january 12. Victoria, 180 tons, Moore agent, for New Zealatnd, January 12. Fair Barbadian, 113 tons, F. Peterson agent, for   New Zealand, this day. Integrity, 220, A.B. Spark agent, for Hobart   Town, Jaunury 12. William Carey 248, A. McGan & Co. agents, for Liverpool, January 12. Medway, 450, Hughes & Hosking agents, for London, February 10. Honduras, 393, Capt. Weller agent, for London, February 10. William Bryan, 312, W. Walker & Co. agents, for London, February 12. bussorah Merchant, 531, W. Dawes ...

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CLEARED AT THE CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

S CLEAREb AT. TILE CUSTOns. On Wednesday last, for Hobart Town, the brig Lord IlbIbar,. Nichols; ith-'703 wethcrs. Passongers,. Mr. Cpok';. 'Nr. M'Kenzio, Mrs.'Nicholseand chilil: On 'T'hlnrsday' lust,. for Ciroular Head anid Launceston,' the sohooner Sally Aim, Saunders',' in ballast.; "Passengers, E. Ctirr, Esq.,"Villiam Curr,'jun., Esq. Saino'dy; tirb'rJava,. the barqu0o David: Clurlce, Mills, in ballast. Y'etortldy for "Sydney, the barqrie Seperb, Shannon, with original cargo frorii Soilanid. Pi'ssongers; `J. Wilson, David Wilson, John 1oucher, Arcliibalil '"'hoonaon; 'William OUilvie;.'? liomoinas: Rl Ritchio, -loary Caldor Mary Noeveson;' Abrahacii' Novesohn, J'lhn' Graunt Eliza Grant, ,R. l'aitai"Colin Anderson, Mr. M'Kay, Mr..ýlHaniilton,. J. Easy, and fourtoon in'th'e steorago. ' . 'Sart?iediay, the schooner True Loike, Codrit'on, to.Now'Zealand. PiYssengers, Messsia. Fnnn, Noales', Gilm.ur.' "; mragmwwm~Un-I- mumeaae mea

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 10 January 1840

Country News. BATHURST, JANUARY 3, 1840.--The districts of Bathurst and Lachlan are in- fested with robbers. On Sunday, the     19th. ult, the house of A. Rankin, J.P., was attacked by seven armed men: there were several gentlemen in the house at the time ; one of the robbers discharged his musket amongst them and wounded Charles Campbell, Esq. I am happy to say, the injury he sustained is not of         serious consequence ; the assassins made off, leaving their hats behind them. The following outrages have been committed in the Bathurst District within the last three weeks. A man named Barns was stoppedneoar Burns's public-house on   the road, and robbed of his money, and for refusing to deliver up the clothes he wore, one of the ruffians fired at him and woundcd him in the lip. Mrs. Dillon was stopped on her way to Bathurst and robbed of what money she had about her. Mr. Carr's, Mr. Burges'...

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Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840

Rome. Our private letters from Iome state that the ]ulls have been despached to Ireland for the consecration of Dr. Feony as A postolio Administrator of the diocese of Killala. A beautiful medal by Girometti,' has been struck at Rome, to commemorate thle joyful event of the late can'onization. On one side is the head of th'e reigning Pontifli Gregory XVI., and on the other those of the five saints in a group, with a ray of glory beaming upon them, :with the Latin inscription, " Mirabilis Deys iS Sanctis cuis." LAMENTABLE CATASTROPHE.-t On the evening of ihe 28th July last, thirteen rooms of the Convent of the Ahminzia-. tina, at Ro1me, fell in, and killed six nuns. One. poor nun was buried so .dep. in, the ruins that .shocould not boediscovered until late on the following.day. It is said that if ithis dreadful accident hadc occur .red five minutes sooner, all, the roligious of the house would have, been killcd, as they were all din the dormitory taking their repose, and that the fir...

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France. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840

France. The cclebrated Abbh Lacordairo, tho most eloquent of Fronch orators, has become a Dominican. The Abbhl has written a learned and eloquent work soliciting tile re-establishtment of the Preaching Friars in France. Hl ably defends them from the vulgar prejudices that exist against them; antid, among other things, prot es most clearly from the testimony of authors even hostile to tho Church, that St. Dominic was neither theo founder nor promoter of the Inquisirion, and that in the wars of the Albigenses he never employed any other arms than prayer, patience, and instruction. A now history of France upon an ex tensive scale is about to. appear from the pen of M. Laurontie. A fragment of it is published in L'Uniuorsit& Cutholique for May last; and appears admirable both as to style, sentiment, and authenticated research. The subject of the fragment is the last days of Charlemagne. M. P. Sadler has published a French abridgement of Lingard's listory of England, with a conti...

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