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SPLIT OF THE PUSEYHE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

SPLIT OF THE PUSKY11K PARTY. (From the Tablet October 19.) An event has at length taken place which will not be a matter of surprise to any Ca tholic, but which, nevertheless, is of as much interest and importance as if it took the world totally unawares. The Puseyite party has broken up into two sections : Dr. Pusey, Mr, Keble, Mr. Hope, tYtr. Watson, and the others of that school, who want ' to have Popery without the Pope,' on the one Bide, and Mr. W. Palmer, of Worcester College, Mr. G. A Denison, Mr. il, Hoare, and the via niedin party on the other. Tins crisis was brought on, or at least preceded by a singular move- on the part of a member of the ' Bristol Church Union' committee, the Rev. Richard Ward by name, formerly of the new district church at Leeds. It ap pears that this gentleman actually placed on the books of the society a resolution to the effect that ' the supremacy of the Church in this country be restored to its original head, the Pope.' Our readers may well ask ...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT TUESDAY. Before S. F. Milford, Esq., acting Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. IN RE PETER STUCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

DEPARTMENT OK INSOLVENT EsFatST TUESDAY. Before S. F. Milfobd, Esq., acting Chief Coramii missioner of Insolvent Estates. IN KE PETER STUCKEY., On reading a petition from David Peden of Macquarie-street, Sydney, gentleman, his Honor the Chief Justice yesterday ordered that the estate of Peter Stuckey, of G-undagai, grazier, be placed ' i in the hands of the Chief Commissioner of Insol vent Estates at Sydney, until the same shall by the Supreme Court be adjudged to be sequestrated or the said petition be discharged according to law and appointed Wednesday, the 5th March, for' the said Peter Stuckey to show cause why his estato snouia not ue aujiuigeu co ue sequestrate.il. Mr William Perry, official assignee.. MEETINGS OK CKEOITOnS. I This Day, Thursday, 20. — Philip p..- Holdswortli Edward Wilson, and Charles Appletoiuhe younger' for certificates, at noon. . y Friday, 21. — Charles Alexander Armitaoc a single meeting at 11. Michael Moran, a siug!» meeting, at half-past 11. (At Brisba...

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THE CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

THE 'CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER. (From the Catholic Standard. ) The elevation of Doctor Wiseman to the jpurple has, as might have been anticipated, stirred the bile of the Anglican Journalists. But the nomination of his Eminence to the Archiepiscopal See ot Westminster seems to have roused their phrenzy. We do not at all wonder at the tone assumed by our contemporaries in their lu cubrations on this subject. Light and darkness are irreconcilable^ and the organs of the sectaries feel naturally uneasy at see ing the re-establishment of the canonical order of the Catholic hierarchy in this countiy. To us the malevolence of their diatribes is consolatory in the extreme. The abettors of a falling cause generally mani fest an exacerbation of temper proportioned to the success of their antagonists ; and the adherents of truth cannot enjoy a greater triumph than is afforded by the writhing and contortions of the myrmidons of error. Had not the manifest declension of Anglicanism been...

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THE LATE CONFERENCE OF THE BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

THE LATE CONFERENCE OF THE BISHOPS. A meeting of lay members of the Church of ] England was held at Adelaide on the 28th ultimo, ' for the purpose of considering the published minutes of the conference of the bishops lately held in Sydney. The meeting was very numerously at tended', and the following are the resolutions. Moved by Mr. Macdekmott, and seconded by Mr. G. S., Walters :— ' That this meeting' has heard with regret and alarm, that the Australian Bishops, at their recent uonterence neicl at Sydney, have attempted to nar row the terms of Communion with, and admission into the Ministry of our Church, by their formal, gratuitous, and unnecessarily dogmatical declara tion on tlie subject of Baptismal Regeneration, thereby disturbing the peace and harmony which ! have hitherto prevailed among its members iu this diocese.' On this the following' amendment was moved by Mr. Justice Cooriiii, and seconded by Mr. New i/ANi) : — 'That this. meeting1 has heard with alarm that at a meet...

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A CHILD'S DREAM OF A STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

A CHILD'S DREAM OF A STAR. (From Dickens' Household Words.) There was once a child, and he strolled about a good deal, and thought of a number of things He had a sister, who was a child; . . too, and his constant companion. , These two used to wonder all day long. They won dered at the beauty of the flowers; they wondered at the height and blueness of the sky ; they wondered et the depth of the bright water ; they wondered at the goodness and the power of God who made the lovely world. They used to say to one another, some times, supposing all the children upon ea tli were to die, would the flowers, and the water, and the sky, be sorry ? They believed they would be sorry. For, said they, the buds are the children of the flowers, and the little playful streams that gambol down the hill-sides are the children of the water ; and the smallest bright specks, playing at hide and seek in the sk} all night, must surely be the children of the stars ; and they wouU, all be grieved to see thei...

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SYDNEY RAILWAY COMPANY. REPORT. Report of the Directors to the Half-yearly General . Meeting, held on the 12th February, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

SYDNEY RAILWAY COMPANY. REPORT. Report of the Directors to the Half-yearly General , Meeting, held on the 12th February, 1851. That the Directors did not convene the present half-yearly general meeting of the shareholders on.-. the day fixed upon in the Act of Incor poration, has not arisen from any intentional omis sion on their part to comply with the requirements of the Act, but, amongst other reasons of minor import, from an anxious desire to be put previously in possession of the reply of the Right Honorable the Secretary of State to the despatches of His Ex cellency the Governor transmitting the Act of In corporation for the Eoyal assent, and also applying for the confirmation of the guarantee by the Jm oerial Government. Private advices received from England several weeks since, prepared the Direc tors to expect that they should, before this time, have been favoured with satisfactory communica tions upon both these subjects , but they are led to suppose that a reference to th...

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

' TO CORRESPONDENTS. theVFubl'iS'LandC-!TUnic^ion3 t0 the Editor* and rupnaber must be prepaid. ? «ow ,KT ^t the ™ta» of ^communica tes and addZ Si EdU0r3 With their peal »ot required t KA thon§h ^ia information is e-ar:d£re^^.i9req^tea8a

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THE CASE OF WILLIAM REARDON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

THE CASE OF WILLIAM llEAItDON. (Abridged from the People's Advocate.) Ihe case of this man created considerable alann in the city, on Thursdciy last, in. consequence of it having been reported that he died of Asiatic cholera. Although no inquest was held, «a medical inquiry was called before the Coroner on Friday evening atfouro'clock, when the followin euidence was gi veri. ? Dr. R. W. Nelson, was called in to see the de ceased who resided in Essex-street, at eleven o'clock on the previous night, he -found him in a state of collapse, and administered the usual remedies ; at twelve o'clock called in Dr. Mackellar, whe agreed in his opinion that nothing more conld be dona, and deceased died at ten minutes past one. Witness had since made a- post mortem examination witb Dr. Tierney ; he had found the skin as usual, but the flesh rather darker, great congestion of the whole of the viscera ; on opening the intestines he found a quantity of light fawn coloured fluid ; on the index finger...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

if§fl!0TrlIaitfjpu0 ISxttrajt*. '::';;; ooNFESsibH. . '. (From the Lyra Innocentium.) . 'And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the midst of the garden in the cool of the day': and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the* presence of the Lord God amongst the trees of the garden.' Didst thou not hear how soft the day -wind sighed, How from afar that sweeping breath it drew, Waved the light rustling branches far and wide, Then died away,, then rose and moaned anew ? Sure if aright our morning prayers were said, We in those tones the Almighty's unseen walk Shall hear, nor vainly shun the Presence dread, Which comes in mercy with our souls to talk. 'Where art thou child, child of earth ?' He seems to say, 'Why hide so deep from Love's all-seeing eye?' ' I heard and feared, for I have sinned to-day.' — 'What! know'st thou not the Almighty One was by? ' Think'st tliou to lurk m yonder wavering boughs, Where even these earthly sunbeams glide and steal? Nay, speed thee forth ...

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

Mil. HUGHES, SURGICAL MACHINIST AND TRUSSMAKER, FBOM LONDON, BEGS leave to inform the Public that his Trusses have received the ap probation of the Medical Profession, thpy act effec tually, are made to fit, anil have. Ihp proper pressure, which is seldom the case unless made for the patient. Instruments on improved principles, for Cuildrtn suffering; from weakness of limbs. Gjiinal complaints, ice. Chbst Expanders (on a new principle) for person* inclined (o Contraction of the Chest, and can be worn without being perceived. Backboards ;? JJOKITORS. Addokinai, Supporters for Prolapsus Uteri; also, a Truss or Bandage, for Prolapsus Ani, and tlie Piles. . Elastic iaced Stockings for varirosed veins ; Knee Cavs ; Ankle Socks ; Audominal Bki.ts ; Hiding Suspensories ;? Crutches ; Enema and Glass Syringes; Urinals ; Hearing Tubes ; Baby Jumpers, and a variety of other articles. A tew of Carson's Patent Salting Machines. 139, King-street, East, Near Castlercagh-sfreet. CHEAP BOOK AND STAT...

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THE POPE TOO MANY FOR THE (ANGLICAN) BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

THE POPE TOO MANY FOR TBE (ANGLICAN) BISHOPS. {Prom the Weekly Despatch.). The tiara begins to take its ancient place of supremacy. Tt towers far above the mitre. Even the Cardinel*s hat enforces an* involuntary reverence, and Peter fairly carries ofi the legacies left in the Testament from Martin and Jack. Popery ostensibly even, and by very name, raises her ancient head again above the waters of opinion, and* takes her old attitude of prescriptive as cendancy. We hear of daily '? perverts lo the Church or Home. ihe .bishop of Ox ford's bi other — son, not of a turnip, but of V\ ilbcrforce — is the latest. As the ancient and time-honoured Faith of universal1 Christendom wanes in worldly power, it seems to wax in spiritual prevalence. The poorer it is in wealth or political authority, the more general appears the reverence in which it is held. Silver and gold has if none — without territory or title, without a place even in the social institutions of civili sation — with all its wor...

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

REVIEW. '' (3-om the Tahiti ) The Life and Sufferings of Mgr. ? Nakar. Archbishop of Nabk and Keriatim, in Syria. Birmingham : Lander and Powell. The appearance of this illustrious Confes sor and Prelate having excited so much cu riosity and interest in our city, it. will, per haps, be acceptable to our readers if we draw up a short abstract ofthe memoir before us. If nnr\pnro tKnt A/T\rr ?'Nnirai* nr^uu C!al'l-r\lin Bishop of Nabk and Keriatiro, on Mount Lebanon, was originally a member of the Jacobite heresy (a sect holding the errors of Eutyches, who maintained that our Lord was not truly man as well as God), and that among these heretics Mgr. Nakar held the high office of Archbishop of Mosul, now the ancient Nineve. Me belonged to a family who held the right of nominating an Archbishop, and was consequently called Beit el-moutrani) or' the Episcopal family.' As Archbishop, Mgr. Nakar, like St. Paul before his conversion, did his utmost to vex and harass the Catholics. He procure...

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Domestic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. RECEIVED 10TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

'?teonubtic MteUi^ente* ? CITY COUNCIL, Received lOrrr February.: Report of the Board of Health on the subject of Diseased Cattle, which had been referred to its consideration by tho -Council,- with instructions to report upon what measures it might be advisable to adopt in order to prevent the continuance of the slaughter of diseased cattle. and the sale of di seased meat in tho city and suburbs of Sydney. Committee — Alderman Fisher ; Councillors Ryan, Weekes, Moore, Lenehan, Roberts, and Tierney. . xour committee, .on entering into tue investiga tion entrusted to them, became immediately ap prised of facts, demonstrating that the pernicious practice of slaughtering cattle which were in a highly diseased state, had been prevalent for a con siderable time and to a great extent. Your Committee also received adequate infor mation that notwithstanding the notoriety of these evils existing, and the Legislature having devised means to abate them, by the 10th clause of the Act to amend t...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received a very long letter from the Rev. Alexander Silmon, about the Bible Society. If it could be reduced to about one third of its present dimensions we. should be happy to insert it. As it is, it would occupy three or four columns, which is more space than we can alTbrd for such a purpose. The manuscript lies at our office, and will be returned on application. In order to save time, troubla, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of ow pap«r. llfceivfed Ifrom J. E., Quembeyan .. £1 0 0 , . ,, . Mr. 1?., Wellington. . I 4 0 '?;?„' P. H. Vt.- Parraroatta 1 4 0 ' ' ' ,, J. K;, Newcastle ..140 . .',,.. J. H., West Maitland i 0 0

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

THE CENSUS. In a short time the operation of . taking; the census for 1851 will be gone through. In the act passed last session for this purpose, there were several improvements upon the Census Acts of previous years. Statistical information of a more detailed and valuable character will be obtained. Returns of this kind are a great aid to Legislation, to com merce, and to all the operations which affect the interest of tbe body politic. The spirit of the act will, we trust, be diligently carried out by the collectors. . For as a census correctly taken is a measure of great usefulness, so one that i3 incorrect in its' details is productive of much injury. In former years, although upon the whole the collection of information was diligently and faithfully made, there were many grounds of complaint. The Catholics, for example, have had to complain that their numbers were not properly recorded. But in most instances this is the fault rather of the com plainants themselves than of the c...

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

COLONIAL INDUSTRY. W.k are glad to find that the plan which we suggested a short time ago for the encourage ment of colonial manufactures is about to bo. carried into effect. Arrangements are in progress for an annual exhibition in Sydney, not only of articles produced in New South Wales, but of those produced in the neigh- j boaring co'onies of Australasia and in the I-hUUlUb Ul OLIO .1. clUlUU. Bab iustead of a distinct association being formed for this purpose, the matter has been taken in hand by the Australian Society. It is to be hoped that they will be more suc cessful in this effort than in their proposals and arrangements for sending colonial manu factures to the great exhibition in London. To attempt and fail would be far worse than to leave the thing wholly untouched. In their exhibition the society propose, at present, to follow the plan of classification pursued by. the managers of that which is 5o take place this year in London. As a geueral rule they could not do bett...

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION . CAMPAIGN. This mural combat is being carried on vigorously, and so far successfully., The brittle between 'Freedom' and 'Serfdom' ! 33 waxing hot throughout the length and \ breadth, of the Australasian colonies. The | contest lies between the friends of free and I Unnah inflnsfcrv nn nno sirlA nnr\ i.htx -\A\rr\. |. cates of a vi.'e and degrading traffic in cheap 5 s'avc labour on the other — hence every man i who values the birth right of Britons, from I Gape York in the remote North, to Gape | Pillar in the extreme South, wasup .against a I few self-seeking, convict-loving Squatters — | the odds. on the score of justice and humanity I are immensely in favour of the former, wLuio cue ongaremc iew are sustained in their sordid schemes by the well-known views and designs of the Chief Secretary of State for the colonies. There are few in stances in. history where the question of Might against Right has been so glaring'y exhibited, as in the attempts now made...

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

UNWHOLESOME MEAT. In a climate like ours this subject requires much more attention than the public in general appear inclined to give to it. How long we may have been exposed to the dan oer of eating meat, the flesh of animals in the state of active disease, or to what extent the mischief may have prevailed at different periods, no one can say. All agree that we have been, and are, unprotected in this mat ter from the unprincipled greediness or recklessness of individuals, to a degree that is both alarming and unaccountable amongst a professedly civilized people. It ha3 always been held right that laws should be severe where the social interest they were designed to protect was an important one, and the offence of criminals against that interest was one that could be guarded against with difficulty. Hence, in England the heavy punishments that protected bleaching grounds and sheep runs. It is a dictate of common sense. However, laws do not pro fess to be the measure of morality, nor...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. . The Collector and Agents in Sydney for taC '?.Freeman's Journal ' will give receipts for, all, monies j)aid on account of this paper, signed. by .Mr, James CosGRoyE,the Pub-. isher. No other receipts' will bo acknow ledged; ?? ; -Country Agents are requested to demand a.sett'ement 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 press -term? of publication.

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 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 stret-t, Mr.. John Cnrew. corner of George and Goul h.iirn-.sireftts, and Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta-gtreet.

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