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Supreme Court. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a special jury of twelve. O'CONNELL V. BAWKSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
i'prcrntc QTourt. -o SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1Q. CIVIL JURISDICTION. :Before hir s lonor the Ci/ef Justice antd a pecial jury of twelve. o'CONNELL V. IIAWKSLE'. This was an action for libel, in which Maurice Charles O'Conrnell was the plaintiff, and Edward :John IHawksley was the defendant. The declaration, after the usual preliminary allegations as to the plaintiffs good reputation, &c., went on to set forth a libel, alleged to have been published in a certain newspaper called the Sydney Chronicle, on the 23rd September last, wherein it was insinuated thit the pl??tif-ilida accepted of a- loan or mu,,y from Mr. Benjamin Boyd, in the nature of a bribe, to use his influence with his father, then the officer administering the government of the .colony, for the appointment of Messrs. Campbell and Brierley, of Boyd Town, as magistrates of the territory, and to vote in a particular manner upon the squatting question. Damages laid at £2,000. To this the clefendantpleaded the general is...
DEAD CLUBS—THEIR EFFECTS IN ENGLAND. CROWN COURT, YORK. (Before Mr. Justice Cresswell.) CHARGE OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
DEAD CLUBS-THEIR EFFECTS IN ENG- LAND. Crown Count, YORK. (Before Mr. Justice Cresswell.) CHARGE OF MURDER. John Rodda, aged 33, was charged with the wil- ful murder of Mary Rodda, his daughter, at Skip- ton, on the 19th April last, by giving her a quantity of oil of vitriol. &nbsp; Mr. Hall and Mr. Wansey appeared for the pro- secution, and the prisoner was defended by Mr. Bliss. &nbsp; &nbsp; On being asked if he had any objection to make to any of the jury he said, if there were any there who were on the coroner's jury at Skipton, he should object to them. When told there was not, he said he had no objection to make. Mr. Hall stated the case for the prosecution. The prisoner was a dealer of mats, and a short time before the death of his child, was living at Skipton. He had a wife and some young children, the eldest of whom Mary, was the person into whose death they were about to inquire. On Thursday, the 16th April, the child which was poorly, was taken by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
n ronicle is publised wice a week, on ednesd and aturday; e ely culand is exensielthroughout New South Wales, an Diemen's Land, Sou Australia, Ne Zealand, and Indi; and in England, Scotland and Ireland.- The Quarters nd on hes March .3Jt! June, 30th September,i and 31st December; at weich periods only subscribers cun decline receiving it, after paying. the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisemet the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued. till countermandedo Orders to: iscontinue or alter adverisenes us be se in before six o'clock on the enings of Tuesday and. Friday; but new advertisements are receied till six o'clock on the evening before publicatin.-Al instrctins must be given inwriting, and all letters post paid NOT ICE?. ?'H E SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, a? nd the Public in general, are respect (idly infbrmed, thet the following rules will in future he strictly adhered to: IN SYI)NEY-Thie Se~ lscription is Toen Shillings per quarter, or Tiwo...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1846. OUR FIRST LIBEL CASE.—O'CONNELL v. HAWKSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
TIlE sYDNEY. CHRONICLE. WLDNJES).AY, DEC. 23, 18.s46. 'OUR FIRST-LIBEL CASE.-O'CON NELL v. IIA\WKSLEY. ' It is not inly tli right, but the duty of every man to watch with diligence the administration of the law."-- Tu' DUE of \VrELL1aNTON. IN citing, memoriter, these words of his Grace the Commander of her Mrajesty's forces, and 'the invincible leader of the British army to victory over the most re nowned heroes of war-loving Franice, we Ihave been influenced in the selection by the character of the man. This prince of disciplinarians-this avowed supporter of -high Tory principles, has put upon record his sentiments, that the mal-administration of the laws is fraught~with more danger to ,.he people, than even the progress of an invading military foe. Imbued with the spirit which this doctrine inspires, 1we have hitherto acted in obedience to this supreme ldictum foi the guidance of puiblic journal ists. And we shall never flinch from the discharge of this our paramount duty. It was ...
MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
MAURITIUS. -(From Le Cerneen, Sept. 17.) We abstained, from a feeling of delicacy which everyone will understand, from speaking publicly of the unfortunate occurrence which marked the stay ofItear-Admiral Dacres at Mauritius. Although we are entirely free from all the influences which prevent an incident of this nature being impartially estimated, -we considered it right to keep silent, the noise anild glare of publicity often teriding:to en venom a disagreement which took place in obscurity. But our Bourbon contemporaries having thought fit to follow a different'line of conduct, we can no* longer refrain from speaking of facts which passed, so to speak, before.our eyes, amd in the appreciation of which our words will derive some weight from our peculiar position, attached as we are by ties. which we look upon as equally serious and sacred to the two parties engaged in the dispute- to the French Consul, Mr. Barbet de Jouy, by community of origin, to Rear-Admiral Dacres by that of na...
(REVIEW.) THE UNITED IRISHMEN. THE UNITED IRISHMEN; THEIR LIVES ANDTIMES, By R. R. Madden, M.D., M.R,I.A. With numerous original portraits. Third Series, in Three Volumes. Dublin: published by James Duffy, 20, Wellington-quay. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
(REVIEWI.) (From-the Nation j THE UNITED IRISHMEN. THE.'UNITED IRISHMEN; THEIR LI ANDTIMES. By R.R.-Madden,I.D., M.R:I.A. With numerous original portraits. Third Series, in Three Volumes. Dublin: published by James Duffy, il, Wellington-quay. 1848. The history of every land is the history of -ts great men, or of.its revolutions ; for men are known 'by the mental or-niaterial changes they effect. The (biographies of the former are narratives of the latter. "The great man is the fact-the -revolution the theory. ,The story of both is the -same-; but:that of :the one gives a dianmatic insight into the'scenes and acts of which he wasea part, and excites our sym ',pathles for his success or his misfortune-that of 'the other places.before usea whole, 'boldly sketched, ,but deficient in miniature, and incites us to philose Iphise rather thanoto feel.' It may be that successful 'revolutions can be known and valued without biographies. They are facts whose origin-will be surely explained, who...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
n IMPORTS. December 18.-St. George, ship, 605 tons, Capt. ae Jones, from London : 3 bales I case paper, W. Idof ldfit; I case shoes, 1 cases manufactures, Thomas Perkins; 49 bales slops, J. L. MAonteliore and Co.; I case chocolate and toys, 1 package shafts, 700 s bags salt, 10 tons rock salt, E. Austin ; 50 "casks t bottled beer, a quantity of plaster of Paris, 2G quar ter-casks 3 hogsheads Max sala wine, 530 burr stones, f 210 deals, 10 pieces stones, 7 bales 22 cases and 14 boxes mesrchandise, 10 bundles iron hoops, Gritfiths, 1 Fanning, and Co. ; 2 bales 33 cases goods, 105 i casks bottled beer, Smith & Co. ; I case goods, J. YW. Gosling; 13 cases, 1'. Favent; 5 packages, Martyl I and Coombes; 2 cases millinery, I case stationery, iW. Dawes; 1 box, Bolton ; 7 bales, 68 cases and 1 36 casks merchandise, Flower, Salting, and Co. ; 9 cases, 8 bales, Dawson and Thomson ; 20 casks, G. 1 Martin; 12 bales, 5 cases, Swain, Webb, and Co. 3 cases 5 bales, J. Smith; 2 cases, S. Rid...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
DIED, On Friday, 18th December, 1846, much and de- servedly regretted, after a severe and protracted illness of six months, which she sustained with the most Christian fortitude, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Andrew Bent, formerly newspaper proprietor and printer of Van Diemen's Land, leaving a large family to lament her death, owing to a disease attri- butable to acute mental suftering, arising from un- merited misfortune. She was the virtuous and fond mother of twelve children, to whom she had ever proved a most affectionate parent a woman very much and highly esteemed for her genuine worth, and her benevolence and generosity in the days of her prosperity.
REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION.—PUBLIC MEETING IN HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
REVIVAL OF TR!ANSPORTATION.-PUBLIG MEETING IN HYDE PARK. A public meeting of the working classes of Sydney was held yesterday in Hyde Park, in pur suance of advertisement. A commodious platform was erected for the occasion ; and notwithstanding the unfavourable hour (one o'clock) for which the meeting was convened, soon after that hour upwards of a thousand persons were assembled. His Worship the Mf.Loa read the requisition by which the meeting had been convened, and then left it to the meeting to appoint a chairman. The MAtvo was unanimously called to the ehair, and opened the meeting by expressing the pleasure he felt in being called upon to preside, and hoping that every speaker would be allowed a fair hearing. Mr. SERKI'TT proposed the first re.olution, to the effect that the meeting, after a careful consideration of the proposal for the renewal of transportation to this colony, felt called upon to record their dissent to the measure, believing it to be repugnant to tihe liberti...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
S'tpvllty fnttelitgcatcs. --- AaRIVALS. December *18.--Shamroc.k, schooner, 85 tons, Captain Tulloch, from Circular. Head thest and Launceston the 7th instant. 18.-James and Amelia, cutter,35 tons, Captain Megget,.from Boyd Town the 14th instant. Pas sengers- Mr Peterson, Mr. Wilson, Mr. M'Donald, and Mr. Andrews. December 19.- -Henrietta, barque, 3?4 tons, Captain Sargeant from Manila, the 26th August. '19--Java, ship, 1175 tons, Captain Parker, from Auckland December 6th. Passengers-Colonel Wynyard, Major Bridge, Major Denny, Captains Cockraft, and Nugent, Lieutenants Westrop, Petley, Herbert, Edwards, and Symonds, Ensign Wyn yard, Assistant Surgeon Bannatyne, and ?-13 rank and file of.the 58th regiment; Lieutenant Colonel Hulme. Captain Eyton, Lieutenant Barclay, Lieut. Mundell, Ensign Willumott. Assistant Surgeon A'Andrewv, and 147 rank and file of the 96th regi ment; 41 wonmen, and 93 children. 19-T/~omas Lord, schooner, 70 tons, Captain Osborne, from Port Phillip the 9th insta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
TENDERS FOR TIHE BENEVOLENT' ASYLUM. I IT R undermentioned supplies; &c., being required for the Benevolent Society, persons willing to furnish the same are requested to forward tenders, stating whether for six or twelve ?rr.onths, addressed to the Secretary, at the Asylum, on or before Monday, the 28th instant. Fresh beef, best quality, at per lb. Ditto mutton, ditto, at per lb. Flour, fine, at per 100 lbs. Flour, twenty per cent., bran extracted, at per 100 lbs. Bran, at per bushel of 20 lbs. Oil, black, at per'galion Candles, dips, at per lb. Soap, yellow or mottled, at per lb. Tea, good black, at per chest, stating weight of same Sugar, moist, at per ton Coals, at per ton of 2240 lbs., delivered Collins, each. GEORGE ALLEN, Secretary. Sydney, December 22. 4039. !q LENEIHAN AND) CO. have just received a large stock of prime Bathurst Cheese, which they can supply to the trade vpon such terms as will admit of a remunerative profit. ALSO, A large quantity of Liverpool Salt, ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 December 1846
hIs A SCENE IN TIHE SUPREME COURT. de Yesterday afternoon, during the trial of the case p Smith v. Fowier, a scene occurred in the Supreme , Court which had not all events been often witnessed in a Coutrt of Justice. Mr. Windeyer, who appeared I for the defendant, was addressing the jury, and ad made observations in allusion to Mr. Darvall, coun ee sel for the plaintitff, which Mr. Darvall said were untrue. Mr. Windeyer then said, that was of a piece with the unfairness of the case all through, be and repeated his assertion to the jury, upon which n- Mr. Darvall again said it was untrue. Mr. Win deyer again repeated the assertion, and Mr. DUrvall replied that it was false, upon which Mr. Windeyer turned round and said vyou're a liar." Mr. bar ir vail then struck Mr. Windeyer on the head with his brief, tha latter immediately prepared to return the compliment, but was prevented by one-of the officers of the Court. The trial of the case was, after some altercation, proceeded with, and...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846
IMPORTS. December 23.--lValmer Castle, 656 tons, Capt. Thdirn, fror'iLondon-:10 casks oil, A. B. Spark ; 19 cases copper lsheathing, 1" cask copper. nails, Donaldson & Co. ; 965 bags Liverpool salt, 1 case books, -2 bales 2 cases merchanwlise, 50 barrels Roman cement, 100 cases Geneva, 10 crates earth enware, Thacker & Co; 7 bales, G.-.Thorne; 300 casks beer. I cask rum, 6cases paper, 4 bales, Lyall Scott, & Co.; I case books, Rev. D..J. Draper; 50 hogsheads brandy, J.Arthur, Bathurst; 2 hogs heads 1 case, A. ,Foss ; 50 cases blacking, 20 cases tanned felt, I case stationery, R. Ramsay, sen. and Co.; 3 cases, Rowaad, Macnab, and Co.; I case of drugs, G. It Elliott ; I case books, Ross Donnelly; 10 puncheons and 13 hogsheads rum, 2 cLuarter casks brandy, 12 tierces tobacco, 80 cases starch, 20 cases blue, Lamb and Parbury; 1 case J. W. Shepridrd;- I -box, E. F. IHamilton : I case I balek Dangar; 3 bales 3 casks I case, H. Daugar; 18 cases 41 casks, L. and S. S...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846
CLEARANCeS. 23.-Catherine, schooner. Captain Morgan, for Gabo Island. Passengers-Mrs. Rogers and five childrenr, Mrs. Brady and two children, Mrs. Lamb and three children, Miss Jdnes, J. Morris, P. Doyle, R. Rowe, W. Spartrel, E. Cummins, D. M*Blain, F. Keely, J. Lamb, J. Nolan, F. Rogers, F. Mac cormack, W. Riddle; T. Crotty, J. (iarmion, F. Clark, J. Kelboyle; A. M'Cullock, T. Jones, C. Pennington, D. Lynch, F. Mlillar, T. Ruddy, J. Purcell, J. Bunn, and M. Rennington. 21.-Skerne, brig, Captain Blanche, for Mel bourne. .Passengers - Messrs. Campbell.lJllart, Gringer, Mrs. Blamin, Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan and six children, and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846
AGENTS FOR TIHE CIIRONICLE GOULiUIak-MR. CARNET. -BERRIMA~-MR. B. M'MnuioN. PATmnsoN--MR. . O'SUxaLWAAn. PAnaAMlrTA `. M. P. CAaRDIF. PoRT' PiftILtl -Ma. 3 ;BULriN. - VoLtoNno qo-R . TlIoMAS FOWLU. BATtrunsr·- "A T. Jbt as. Qu>zANr3;rýc-MRk 3i J. 'Waietlt. M&ITLA!iD-MR. T. MAHONT. CAMPbELLTOWNb &c.=-MRz. M'A.us3tii WiNDSOR-Mn. JAMbs CASS1Dt. -': PENR/a-MR. JANES M'OAwHhT. Js*ut's, PLAuo s-JH.-Mn EDWARD Huanta. ADELADE-Mn. JolIw NOW LAND. Vann-4ik. C. RoomaK. GEELO'ICG-Mlt. Jouiv MURIIi'z CLAREqC3B TOWN AND ThNaOs .-44hob D m 'TIERNET. PuAlzahed it tme United 'I fttider, oi Ma. Jones, 03. PATbtanoaEsR-ftWi( ORi0iI* MiR W J. BATTESSI31° L0, Enh-Dh1DIbb,?A!" LRiAMUNT-STRLET, DrniIN. ' .' Printtd (brtlibe pjroprfmtonr:jy EDWARD JOHN HAWWd' *LIY, of, ;edfern, ithe Coaunty of Cumbi iand,uI. F *Ibbed by him, n ttbn phro~,lal Otli, No,,1r0J:K Laint, SRdtwy, New south. WulacEaSW'd4j4 D oo"', dL 'S, 6
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR DECEMBER, 1816. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR DECIIXfDlEU, I1t8. F. 2 ~t. P rYoomartyr, doub,, rzuI cI., ith an oct. 7. 57 (Vraetl St. John,Apotnndvanog.,doub., 2nd cI., with an oct. M. 98. Holy Inxwc..,ta, Mtar., doub., 2zd ci., with an ccl. Tn. 19. S.. Iboma.,3Di. and 31cr. W; 30 Ofcencio hles Sunday within tho ocL. of our lcrcl IEnticity. Tb. j31 8$. SyIvester, Pore ann Con, double. iN.t.-Days mitltked Ithus 0 are? fating days.