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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

DEPARTURES. MARCO 14.-For Port*Phillip, the brig Chariina, Pearce, with sundries, FPassengers--Mr. and Mis. Cope, three children and servant, Mrs. Tegg and child, and Mr. J. Ryan. " . 14 - For Valparaiso, the barque 41lq. Brooks, Jacieson, in ballast. 14.-For ?ort Phillip, the ship I~sb?tU, Hardio, with sundries. Passengers-Mrs. and Miss Frenchb Mrs. and Miss Hardie. Miss Rowe, Captain (Qprdon. Mrs. Gordon, NIr. Broadfoot. Mr. Snlivan, Mrs. Sullivan, two children an~d, ervant,.:0 ad Mits nHughes.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

M3AN's WORK OF MORE VALUE THAN HII MAxaas.--How the wheels clank and rattle, and the train-road shakes as the train rushes on . And now the engine yells, as it were lashed and tor. mented like a living labourer, and writhed in agony. A' poor fancy; for steel and iron are of infinitely grpater account in this common wealth than lesh and blood. If the cunning work of mpan be urged beyond its power of endurance it has within 'it the elements of its own revenge; whereas; the wretched •mechanism of the divine hand is dan gerous with no such property. but may be tempered with and crushed, nod broken at the drawer's pleasure. Look at that engine. It' shall cost a man more dollars in the way of penalty and fine, and satisfaction of the outraged law, to defa e, in wantonness, that senselesl mass of metal, than to take the lives of twenty human creatures. Thus the stars wreak upon the bloody stripes and liberty pulls down her cap upon her eyes, and wears op. pression in its vilest aspect for ...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 14. PROOF OF CLAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

TeraDnAY, Maacn 14. recor oe cAMU. In the, estate of.. George Thornton, a second meeting t W. H. Chapman, .b411 3s 3ad; Thomas Perkins, 71 al 3d; R. Leworthy, 151; D. John. stone,331?7s d; Pite and Preston, 58114s 31; nR. Uther, 91 161i; Kinp and Fairls,:491' Is 9. This meeting was adjournied` to ,Wedned, , the ''27th instant ; and 61r. W. I. Chapman was nominated by the, creditors present, stoaatin conjanetion with the oficial assignee. In the estate of James Scott~ Hiudmiarsh, a second mecting: E. i. Baidwell, 771 1ds Id ; William Pendriy, senior, 621 17s 6d.: .- ;; In the estate of James George Huheas, a second' n;eeting a Edward LoItr ll. .l •s 10d.. AIPLICATIO, FORl CAaRTItOICATIs. The followigg +senolvents having complied with the provisions of the Act, had their ,Cllticales of Dia charge allow?d by the Chief Commissioner without qppostiono, qlmely --John Wliahm Penn Blick. ]obeyt Stewart, John anes, aJr?lk .4last, John Gilles, 4johqr4 Martin, J, S. Clalke, gnd .JJhn Bimpion. ...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

IVNSOLVENCY BU(SINRS& -·0 TvessDy, Meaon 12. PROOF OF CLAIMI . InJhe.?tlita of Frances Sippe, a single meeting was held I but no claims proved. In the estate of lenry Qain, a special meeting was held, and one claim proved. After which a composition of 4a (d iq the ?potnd was offered; and finolly accepted. In the estate of Samuel Dean a sp~ecial meeting was held, and qua claim proved. In the estate of Thomas Pqllock, a single meeting was held, and two claims proved. In the estate of Jules Anuonie Vaillant, q aingle meeting was held, and two claims proved The insolvent was allowed to retain his furniture and wearing apparel. In the estate of. Benjamn Yabsley, a single meetog weq hld, pnd, ning.slaims.proved. The insolvent was allowed to retaino his furniture and wearing apparel.. In the estate of John Lumley, a third meeting was held, and two claims proved,' This meeting was adjourned till neat Wednesday. at three p.m. WEDENSDAY, MaasH 1.3. In the estate of Alfred John Tebbuit...

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15. NEW INSOLVENTA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

- Fas?nv, MARIu 15. New, 5nw' I W INa. ' Ilaynes Gibbet Allayne of Yoss. ::Liablities, 26191 s.i:. ·assets-personal property. P5I ; out. satndig dabs., 3551: balance defcieiicy, 219918s. Henry Wilkinson of Clarenceastreet, Sydney, Coach maker. . Michael Reilly of Liverpool, Publiran. Daniel Smith of Jerribumberri, Queanbeyan, late.Publicau. FATAL ACOIDENT.-On Thursday even ing lastc as one of the Parramatta.ateamaer was approaching ";e Wharf, on her return from Parramatta, one of ler paddle wheels came Into violent contact with a boat that happened to be passing near her at the time, and smashed it into pieces,. when, melancholy to relate, three men, who were in the boat, met with a watery grave. THE ROTIIERWOOD ESTATE.--This great and princely property will be'sold by Mr stubbs, on Monday next, at twelve o'clock ; and whether loo'ed upon as a mere freehold estate produceable upon fair rental now. or what it must come to upon the least turn of things in the affairs of the colony, ce...

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English and Irish News. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

English and Irish news     -0 The Plea of Abatement .-One of the most interesting events of the week, Is the plea put in upon the part of Mr. O'Connell and other traver sars. Without' going into the lengthy details of the case, it will be as well to explain the nature of the plea. It is grounded upon the' non swearing of the witnesses in support of the indictment in open court. This omission, in the opinion of some eminent lawyers,, is held to be faal According to the common law, every witness to give evi dence before a grand jury, in criminal cases; should be.sworn in the public court. For the purpose of shortening proceedings, the Act of 1st aud 2nd Victoria. chap. 37, was passed, which provided that, at Assize Courts and Courts of Quarter Sea. sions, the grand jury might swear witnesses to in dictments, whose names were endorsed on the backs of the bills by the clerks of the Crown or peace But the Court of Queen's Bench, which is neither an Assize noraQu...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

THZE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1844. " Be Just and fear not: .Lt all the ends thou alm'st at be thy countrys, Thy God's, anod truth'.." shakhpearu. AGRICULTURE, 'WE have seen in the Herald of Wednesday, :a letter with the signature W, commenting ,ather sharply on some observations of our's on the prospectus of a projected Aus. tralian Society of., Agriculture and the Arts. The writer dfihat letter reminds one of the idea of~ ydtng French-lady, who said, -Comment so fait.il, qgu je ne trouve ja mais personne que oti, quiait toujours raison? (How is it that E can find nobody but myself, who is always in the right,) This book-learned gentleman, seems to fancy that nobody has read on agriculture but himself: being a reader of writers on agriculture, he seems to imagine he knows all about that ancient art, so long practised, and still so imperfectly understood-so sim. ple to the eye, yet so complex in all its parts, and requiring to its perfection such various knowledge, As ...

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THE ARCHBISHOP'S LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

THE ARCHBISHOP'S LECTURES. WHAT IS TRUTi ?-When Pilate put this question to the Author of Truth, lih did not wait for a reply--he did not want to know the truth. Had Christ told hini how to attain the good graces of Caesar, or be promoted to a richer government, he would doubtless gladly have listened, and treasured up every word : but of abstract truth he wanted to know nothing, nor (like Felix) to hear of "righteopesness, temper rance, and judgment-to come"-he did not* want to hear of sarch truth. We admire at the worldly spirit, and hard ness of heart of Pilate, in not awaiting atl least an answer to his own question, bu immediately pronounciug sentence of deatlf against Him whom he knew to be innocent but are we more heaven-ward inclined tha Pilate ? Are our hearts less callous? Do we not participate in the death of Christ, by shutting our ears to his teaching, turn -mg our backs -upon him, and disobeying bhis laws.? Absorbed as we are in earthly pursuits, do we not forget that ...

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O'CONNELL.—REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

O'CONNELL.-REPEAL. By the William Metcalf soii Irisl news has been received, by which it appears that O'Connell is as able to boat the enemies of' Ireland in the courts, as lie' is in the House of Commons, or at the Hill of Tara, or Mullaghmast. He has put in a plea of abatement, whichl the. Orange lawyers themselves mpstly admit is valid ; and if so, all: the mighty proceedings,; vanish into smoke; and Peel, and Earl De,Grey, and the Lord Chancellor, and the Attorney General have, ,ere now, (it is not improbable) from their bungling, senseless attempt at. coer. cion, and tlkeir lame--blundering--foolish prosecution, become the laughing-stocks of Europe; and must, (like Corporal Trim with the Commandments,) begin again at the beginning. While O'Connell, great in intellect and knowledge-great in the peo ple's mighty strength-but greatest of all, n a just and righteous cause, laughs them to scorn: and in spite of the ir6n steamers --in spite of Lord Cardigan and the 11th Hussars-in sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

NOTICEi' ~R. PETER CARDIFF has boon appointed Agent for the "Chro. nicle" in tle'digtrict of Parraukatta, and all parties indebted to that Journal are requested to pay hinq the antownt of their respective accoUnts. Chronicle Oflice, February 27th, 1844. NOTICE. HR. P. H. MULHOLLANIbtis been Appoiqted Collector for hibis Journal, in theb roomn of M. TtoiMAa HIaGINs, who hai resigned. Chroniole Office, .Marc .--1st; ,1844. .:,^, NOTIC E. : T H E different Agents are requested to forward their respective Aocounts not later than the SQth Instant. M. D'AACY. Chronicle Office, March 12th, 1844 LOYAL' AUSTRALIAN REPEAL ASSOCIATION. MACQVARIE WARD. A PURLIC MIETINQ of the qbove Association will be held at Mr: Tattoo's sign of the Barley Mow, corner 'of Park and Csaslereagh.atreets, on Wednesday evening, the 20Qh instant. The chair will be taken at hal( past seven o'clock precisely. SP.HI. MULHOLL&ND. Secretary. THE LATE INQUEST.", .. To the Editor of the Morninag Chroaiss. IR,--In t...

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Original Correspondence. ROMISH PERSECUTION IN PIEDMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

RO.MISlI PRItSECU'I'ION IN PLED.10NT. IMns. EtTroa,-T-' he Herald of. Monday las' eccupies five columns under the above beading, which is a vile rhodomantade about persecution against the VWaldenses and Piedmontese on account of their religion by the Chureh of Rame. It is said to be " abridged from the Charch of England Quarterly Reiew."- Few will read the lesngthy filthy article, and still fewer believe it - one story it contains is, "That a'yosng couple lawfully, " married, had their infant child removed from them " under pretence that one of them was a l?omi.n ",Catholic," by Popish authority. 'What stuff to waite five columns on now a days I What fudge1 No names, no dates, no places given. and why I because 'til false-who will believe such a tale 1 none but blind bigots-I would not deign to reply to such articles, they deserve none, they require none, they carry with them their own refuta; tion. Catholics need care little for revilers ; people are judging for themselves. Six hun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

"The Moriing Chronicle": is puiblished twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circullted throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th' Jdne, 80th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, qafter paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each. advertisement..the number of insertions required;,. otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisemernti'must be sent in be/ore six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday,' Thursday, and Saturday; ,but new adveriiseents are received till ei~ o'tclok" o the evening before pubtlcation.--.it i instructions maistbe giveni i writing, and all letters post paid. 1 _ - m 'i i a " | i DEDICATION 'OF SAINT PATRICK'S CIHURCH. O N MONDAY., the 18th instant, at Eleven o'clock, the above elegant Edifice will be solemnly'de...

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STATE PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

S. STATE PROSECUTIOLNS. E pectation is on tiptoe as to what Government will do?-how they will crown the glorious work they have so nobly commenced. S:After all, Sir Robert Peel is not entitled to the, honors of an inventive genius. HUe does but repro, duce the bright inventions of former minds. The policy of William Pitt iis his guide. Ho follows with tight good will, but unequal strength, the steps of the great maestfro. To delude the people by fancied quiet-to throw them a boon or two-to allow discontent to grow up from angry infancy to Infurlate manhood-to seduce tihe Catholic and disgast' the Protestant-to sow seeds of dissooslion in every party-to prepare armed force to coerce the People-to grow energetic " beyond the laws" and then, having ripened discontent, to pluck it down with a bloody. hand-this is what William Pitt did, and, in doing which, elfected that measure which we are to be prosectted for seeking to Repeal. Has he no imitator now a daysc Is there no second. rate g...

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Sydney Markets. MARCH 15, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

ijio ny juartkiet,. -] --o-0 . MaltoCH 1, 1814. Eighty-one loads of fruit;nineteen of vegetables, and three of lowls, have paid dues during the week: 19 cwt. butter sold at Ql per lb, and abqul 9 ton of chiese, in prime order, realised only 2d per lb. v-liayi About lifty loads of hay ( -of theri doi.ble) were disposed of during the week. 'The prices obtained on Tuesday were lrom m£2~o £2 10s perlob, and subsequently frou. £2 10s to .4<2 ls. STaAW, per single load, ?sa to 14s. FLOUR, Wl1RAT, &e. FIue Flour. 13s P 100lbsa, Bit,10 dto perbuahel S?eonds, 40i Barley,2s ad ditto Bread,3d to 3d per lb loaf Barley, Cape, I2 od to Us Od Fine Biseiou ?S per cwt. ditto Seoond ditto, Ilt ditto Oats? Colonisal Wheat, ist quality, fty, H £2 10s to £2 15s per 3,s0 to 4s ton Van Do meun's Land ditto,4s Wheat straw, s 4d per cwt ditto Gia, wtlu esatle, ld tu 74 per uaze, Colog4l, s 3Sdto ls4 G oz. btid4les, retal, 104 FRUIT ANID VEEBTABLES. Oranges, 0d to leperidoa Potatoes, Q?0on...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 March 1844

Shipping Intelligence   ARRIVALS. MARCH 14.— From London, via Plymouth and Cork, having left the Downs the 4th, Plymouth the 16th, and Cork the 24th November, the ship William Metcalfe, 448 tons, Philipson, with immi- grants. Passengers — Mrs. Philipson, Mr. T. Phillips, surgeon superintendeont, and Mr. J. Taylor. 14. — From Port Phillip, having left the 3rd March, the ship Medusa, 369 tons, Purdie, with sundries. 15. — From Hobart Town, the Louisa, 182 tons, Tucker, with merchandise. Passengers — Mr. Darling, Assistant Commissary General, Mrs. Darling and servant, Miss Darling, Mr.Braithwait. Deputy Commissary General, Mrs Braithwait, Lieutenant Young, Mr. Waterhouse, and Mr.   F. Darling. Steerage —Mary Shownessy, Thomas Andersen, W. Moran, and 15 soldiers of the 80th regiment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

AGHNTS .RJt TIB O1 RONIOLB Broutee, Mr. B. MCauley. Barinta, .Mr. B. M'Mabon. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan,: Pprramatta, Mr. P..CardilF. Port Philtip, Mr. J. Sullen m Wollongong. Mr. EdwagdCordgoe Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones. Goalburn, MN. Henry Tbompseq:: Hobart Toyn, Mr. John Regan Maitlnd, Mr. Doe Campbelttown, 84q., Mr. 4'Alistert Wiqdsor, Mr. James Camsidy Penrith, Mr. Janes M'Cartby Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Haepuay Bungontq, Mj. Et4ward Hugheq Wollon1l, Mv. MAichael ByTe0 Publfshed in-Me United KsAngdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, London. Mr. .W. J. Batteraby, 6, Essex-bridge, Parlia ment".treet, Dublin. . Sydnie a Prilted and PnbI41*Iby MICHABL DAROYT yR Bridge.etreet, at the GIron'ol, OUlIeq BUj(p*eWtr

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

INEVITABLE CONSEQUENCES 01 BEING TOO FOND OF GLORa.-Taxes upon every article which enters into the mouth, or covers the back, or is placed under the foot; taxes epo s everything which it is pleasant to see, hear, feel, smell, or taste; taxes upon warmth, light, and locomotion; tases on everything on earth, and the waters under the earth-on everything that comes from abroad or Ie grown at home; taxes on the raw material; taxes on every fresh value that is added to it by the indus. try of man; taxes on the source which pampers man's appetite and the drug that restores him to health, on the ermine which decorates the judge and the rope which hangs the criminal, on the poor man's salt and the rich man's spice. At bed or hoard, conchant or levant, we must pay. The school-boy whips his taxed top, the beardless youth manages his taxed horse with a taxed bridle on a taxed road, and the dying Englishman pouring his medicine, which has paid 7 per cent., into a spoon that has paid 15 per cent....

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THE LATE BISHOP MACDONNELL OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

THE L4TE DIJSHOP MACDONNRLL OF CANADA. -o IFrom the Ediaburgis Courier.] We extract from a Canadian journal an interest. iag account of the erection of a slight monument to this great prelate,by the Highland Society of Canada. He formed the Catnolic colony of Glengarry, and instituted the Highland Society of Upper Canada, and his name will descend to posterity with honour. We think, however, that his venerated remains should have been deposited in the country he so largely benefitted, and we are sure that the Govern meot would, if they were asked, convey with all honour those remains to Canada. Hue there is another omission we have a right to complain of. In raising this monument, and in afterwards en larging on his virtues, and his wurth, no notice whatever was taken by the celebrants of his lamented death so far from the scene of his labosrs, and of the fact, that so prosperous in its Catholicity had the province become, that it was too much for the capabilities of one bishop, and...

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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 Mark—O.l of Grape pips—Boiled Wines—Vins de Liqueur, de Paille, Jaune—Strengthening of the produce of weak Vintages [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

CYRUS REDDING ON TilE VINE. (Continued.) CUAPTER III. Accidents to the product of the Vintage in its subse. quent state-,Remedies-Treatment and user of the Alfsrk-O.1 of Grape pips-Bloiled Wines-Vins de Liqueur, do P aie, Jauue-Sarengthening of the produce of woeak Vintages Wine which is pricked, or has a flat dead taste, proves that the external air has been admitted either by the cork, if in be otle, or (tom the bung being ill fitted, if in the cask. io such a state the bouquet is lost, and in the next stage of deterioration it es. bioits the white filaments, denominated " the flower." This muschief is remedied if the wine be not too far gone, and possess strength and body, by racking it into a cask just emptied of sound wine, and sulphured. It is then closed very carefully for fifteen days, fined, racked, and bottled, if the wine was too far gone for this made of recovery, a third part of sound wane is added, sn place of a third sub. tracted, which should be younger and fuller of...

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NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. (A) It is to the injustice, principally, and the illiberality of the Protestant writers, that the learned author, the Count De MAiltre, in his various works, attributes the hostility of the. Infidel writers to the Catholic religion ;-precisely as he, also, in like manner, imputes the infidelity of these men to the principles of Protestantism.' The circumstances, indeed, of the injustice, and illiberality of the Pro. tustant writers, in whatever relates to the Catholic religion, is 'too notorious to be called in question. It is, among them, all, ." La fable.'consenue,"-a matter of course. At least it is so,-and peculiarly io,-in this country,-" La nation," says the Count, "is plus oasr'e a tromper; Is plus dfcille a ddtromprr; et la phis puissant. pour tromp.', lea autres." This opinion is correct:-for, in no nation, are there so many sects, and impositions ;-nowh te so many prejudices and delusions;--io where, greater talents and eloquence, to mislead the pu...

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