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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. T1115 DAY. 18 min. p.-9 worullg 1 42 min. p. 9 evening TIWRSDAY. 18 min. p.10 morning I 42 mn. p. 10 evening D anm. p. 11 morning I 30 min. p. 11 evening Sun tises Dui day 3 min. p. 7; seta 15 min. Is. 4

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) FIRST LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMPTS, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) isaST LETTER. MoNSeIUR La Cosesus, Whoever considers attentively the whole form, and order of the tribunal, cannot but be compelled to admit, that it would be difficult to conceive any possible court of justice, whose composition is batter calculated to prevent, or to efface, even the slenderest suspicion of cruelty-or rather I will venture to say of it-of simple severity. There is no one, provided he but understands the spirit, and maxims of the Catholic priesthood, but must be convinced, that in its tribunals, mercy will neces sarily hold the sceptre. And let me hero suggest to you, in particular, the following obiervation-that, independently of the favorable presumptioni, which arise from the com position alone of the tribunal of the Zaquisition it moreover supposes, an infinite number of particu lar mitigations, which all turn out to the advantage of the accused; and which are known only by ex perience. But, in order not to ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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OPENING OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

OPENING OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, SYDNEY. ON Monday, the 18th instant, the bene diction and opening, as a place of divine worship, of this new Temple to the living God, under the invocation and patronage of the glorious Apostle of Ireland, took place with all appropriate solemnity. The architecture of the Church itself (although it is not a large structure) does honour to the mind which conceived it, being in a beautifnl, chaste, gothic style, (so called, but which would much more properly be designated the Catholic style,) of architecture, which, as its sublime and noble proportions were suggested by Catholic principles, and the forms of Ca tholic worship, to great and original minds - minds inspired with the lofty poetry of religion; so we think, that as it accords with no other form of worship, that it is by far the most appropriate of all others to a Catholic place of worship-Greatly more so than Dorie, Ionic, or Corinthian. Every idea it suggests is both Christian and Ca tholic....

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

FOR HOBART TOWN. Warranted .first Vessel, to sail on Saturday. STHbE favorite piacket Lbrig L 0 UISA. will receive cargo on Wednesday morning, and positively sail as above; has excellent accomino. dation for cabin, intermediate, and steerage passen gers, with the bearof wines and Jarovisions. Apply on board, at the Queen's Wear.- r to JOHN MACNAMARA, 510 Queen.atreet. NEW SUBSCL[P'T'IONS for St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday evening, Matrch 17th, 1844. £ a. d. Rev. John M'Encroe 0....... O 2 6 Mr. N. Connolly, Bathurst ........ 2 2 0 D. Hickey, Parramatta ........ 0 12 6 William Welch ....0..: 0 2 0 John Blake . . ....... . 0 5 0 irs John BByrne ?Lako George. 0 10 0 Mr. Phillip Whelan ........I 0 0 Edward Conyngham ......... 0 6 0 William Byrnes ........ 0 2 6 John Hart ........ 02 6 P. Hinchy ........ 072 6 William M'Adam ....... 2 Patrick Speerenns ...:.... 0 2 6 James Munn, Darling Harbour .. 1 0 0 T. Maher ........ 0,2, 6 Ewen. . 0....... 0 2 6 Richard Cullen ...0.... 0 2 6 ...

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SYDNEY NUISANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

SYDNEY NUISANCES. BESIDES the puddles of Sydney, there are some common nuisances which we are as tonished have not been abated ere this : one only we shall touch on now-the dogs of Sydney. Who is there that is not annoyed with the number of dogs roving at large about the City, (like those in Turkish towns where they are never destroyed) fighting, or yelping, or annoying us in some way ? If you enter a yard, half a dozen curs run at you-if you go into a house, ten to one but two or three fall upon you. It was but lately, on going to a house, three dogs attacked us in front, and while keeping them at bay, two attacked us be hind, one of which took off part of the skirt of our coat, which, by the bye, in these times is no joke. It would be worse were it a leg however. At certain seasons, the corteges of dogs that run about after one, are extremely of fensive: and, on the whole, the number of them is excessively ainnoying, We lately were rather wakeful, and the barking of darks incessan...

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

CLEARED OUT, For London, the ship Heraltd, Coubro, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mrs. Coubro, Mrs. Dudgeon, Dr. Sullivan, Miss White, Major W. H inter, Miss Hunter, Mrs. Hunter, Miss D. Hunter, Miss J. Hunter, Miss A. Hunter, Lieut. Christie, 80th regiment, Messrs. Rohie, Wemyss, D. and J. Hunter, M. Neagle, J. Neagle, T. Neagle, Henderson, Horgan, P. and D. Kennedy, Condon, Gray, Beander, Dunon,.E. and J. Birch, Edmund Birch, Nagle, and D. Leckie ; Mary Neagle, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Condon, 5 sergeants, 1 corporal, 21 privates, 80th regiment; I private 28th regiment, 9 privates 99th regiment, 7. women, and 19 children.

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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

THE POST OFFICE. Wr. have been informed by a gentleman residing on the Lachlan, that he has not received a single Chronicle since the first of January last. He has repeatedly applied at the Post Office, Carcoar, for his papers, and the reply received was, " there were none." It is painful to us to have so many com plaints of irregularity in the delivering of papers; and ive intreat of the Postmaster General, 'that lie will direct a circular to all Postmasters, as to the great impropriety of abstracting newspapers from the post-office, or even lending them-an offence which is visited at home with very severe punish ment, (if we mistake not,) dismissal. The bare reading them is not permitted.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

DEPARTURES. M A ncs 16.-For London, the barque Midlathfan, Morison, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and four children, Dr. Murdoch, Mr. and Mrs. M'Lean, Mr. Barton, Mrs. Kostorpbia and four children, and Mr. Campbell. - 1s- For Guam, the schooner Cheerful, Patrick, in ballast. 18-For Hobart Town, the schooner Sylvanius, Wardell, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Spurling, Mr. P. Clinch and child, Mr. Wilson, and Mr, Balfour.

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

NO't IC. MR. PETER CARDIFF Ihas boon . appointed Agent for tb& ;' Chro nicle" in tho district of Parramatta, and all parties indebted to that Journal are' requested to pay him the amount of their respective accounts. Chironicto, Offico, February 27th, 1844. NLYI'LCE:. M R. P. H-I. MULHOLLAND has . been appointed Collector for this Journal, in the room. of Mr. 1TuoMAS HIGGINS, who has resigned. Chronicle Oflic,1 March 1st,' 1844.-, NOTVICE. rl 1E different Agents are requested I to forward their respective Accounts not later than the 30th Instant. M. D'ARCY. Chronicle Office, March 12th. 1844

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

WIKE)C LY MNRTEONOLOGIOAL TAIII.EC. VARIATION OII TIMl TUIIIISIO)LEThJI, &U. TIUI&tRDAI ..... 14 '174 I701 S.E. L idto FRIAY.........15 IF2 i 73 70) N.S. IDitto NA1ouIIIIAV ... 10) 01 711 09 ISES. IDitto Su............ 17162174) 701 N.E. IDitto MONDAV'.... . .18 18~ 73 709 N.V. D'iton '1'NU~ZAy ...... 19 05) 759 709 N.W. IDitto /Moani tempertulre, 700.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

TO CURRESPONDENTS. We thank our Bathurat corieapondont TKATOTALLan, for the suggestions, 3e h as been plhased to oflfr, and we beg to assus him that every attention has been lately paid to what lie alludes. But we are also mtluced to think that he draws his cuuolusions from times past, not tromtimhi present, and we hope Cas he calls himself a man of busiuess,) that he will consider the scaacity of cash, we, as well as our hrathten, labour under, and will post-pay any conmutweatiosa he has to uSkt.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

-0 ARRiVALS. MAnCU 16.-Prom Lauiceston, having lefttthe 12th instant, the brig Mlarthsa, 121 tons, Livingstone, with grain, potatoes, &c. Passengers-Mrs. Wood and servant, Master Wood, Mrs. Courtenay, Mr. Harvte, ahd .hree in the steerage. 17.-From Hobart Town, the schooner &fary -Ann, Brown, with sundries. Passengers-Messrs. W. and T. Amner, and A. Aitken. 17.-From the Loyalty Islands, having left on the 2sd instant, the barque Magnet. 148 eonie, Lewis, with 93 tons sandal wood. Passengers Mr. Noble and Mr. Blamy. 18. -From Moreton Bay, having left on the 15th instant, the steamer Sovereign. 119 tons, Cape, with wool, &c. Passengers- Mr. Mackenzie, Mr. M'Connell. and eight in thesteerage; two prisoners, and two soldiers, 99th regiment.

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

An I! ROMEO, RoMno.-When Miss Tree was playing Juliet in Philadelphia, Mr. Hamilton, in the robe of Romeo, was suddenly taken ill just as the balcony scene was about to commence. When she said to Mr. Lindsay, who relieved Mr. Hamilton; " Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo 1" a Yankee in the pit cried out, "'Kase t'other man's sick."

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Maitland Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

[IUlaftTattb Vrcts(t trtoutt. -0 Ltr'rom the Maitland Mercury.] This ;o acnit commenced before his Honor Sir James Dowling;. .night, Chief Justice, on Wed. inesday last. His Honor arrived at Morpeth by steamer on Tuesday morning, and was escorted into town by E. Di Day, Esq., P. Al., and other magistrates and gentlemen of the district. On Wednesday morning his Honor attended divine ,service, the Rev. 0. K. Ruaden, M. A. reading sprayers, and the assize sermon, teing preaejtWd by the Rev. Charles Sponce, M. A. At tevro eo'clock the assize wa eopeped' attire: new court house,llately erected. andditted up by Mr. rlfayoj of 'Oast Maitlard. 'lThe Chief Justice was attended by M r. A, M. Ritohie,, aseleik of assize asd associate; and by Mr. Pront,. as sheriff. Alter the proclamation against vice and immorality was read, and the Jury Lists called over,, the Chief jus. tice delivered the following OUAhttO. " The forms preliminary to the.solemar duties on yhlch we are now about to enter, hav...

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LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. (From the Cork Examiner, November 22.) Dunr.5L, Tuesday, Nov. 21.-The usual weekly meeting of the Association was held on yesterday in the Conciliation Hall, Thomas Meagher, Esq., son of -the Mayor of Waterford, in the chair. THE ROMAN CATHOLIC. HIERARCHY AND CLERGY. Mr. O'Connell, M.P., rose and said, the Asso. clation would agree with him that not a moment should be lost in expressing their gratitude to the Most Reverend and Right Reverend the Roman Catholic Prelates of Ireland (cheers.) He scarcely need read to the Association the resolutions which had been proposed by these Reverend Prelates, but he would do so as a matter of form. The learned gentleman then read the resolutions to which he referred, and continued to say he was sorry that it was necessary for him to propose a vote upon the subject, limited in the first instance to the Roman .Catholic members of the Association, as it would not be becoming in them to involve their Protestant bre...

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COLONEL BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

COLONEL BAKER. Fooa the liberality and kindness of Colonel Baker, commanding her Majesty's 80th regiment of foot in Sydney, in allowing his band to attend the Archbishop at the benediction of St. Patrick's Church on Monday last, the thanks of the Catholic community are eminently due; and we hope that the Catholic soldiers in the regi ment will never forget so handsome a piece of condescension paid to their religion by their brave and excellent commanding officer. We trust they will, by mild and honorable demeanor, as soldiers, as well as by bravery in the field of battle, evince their sense of the obligation; and act as the poet suggests T11 peace there's nothing so becomes a man, Au modest stillness and humility, But when the blast of war blows In our eass, Then imitate the actions of the tiger. * * * S INQUESTS.-No less than six inquests were held within the last few days. '1 helfrst was held on Saturday morning last (nn board the Hethel ship), on the remnants of a body (the spine...

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PROGRESS OF REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

PROGRESS OF REPEAL. THE prosecutions, as we predicted, are working almost miraculously for O'Connell and Repeal. In Dublin, in one week, £4059 was paid to the O'Connell Tribute: and in Cork upwards of £1000 in the same week. All through Ireland the same en. thusiastic spirit prevails: and all the while the Repeal Rent is not interrupted. When the country people heard of the bothering O'Connell gave Peel, and Sugden, and the Attorney General, in the courts, the whole country blazed with bonfires. Nothing can damp the determined and in donitable determination of the Irish people. Repeal, it seems, they will have, and nothing but Repeal, So that, in spite of Peel, and the Chateau d'Eu con ference, Repeal is advancing to its con summation. Nothing now can apparently arrest it.

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

TirE RIGHT REv. Da. WILSON, the Ca Italic lo ishop of Van Diemen's Land, is daily ex* pected to arrive here. The. high reputation of this, prelate in every character of life, domestic, civil, and religious, readers his advent a source of general advantage to the island. It had been proposed by .everal gentlemen, Protestant as well as Catholic,; to proceed In the Themes steamer, to meet the Bishop; at the heads, to congratulate him on his safe arrival,, and to convey him to town with appropriate atton. dance. It has, however, we understand, upon duet consideration, been decided that this tribute of re-. apect shall not take piace. Dr. Wilson will enter, his episcopacy, as Ite will we are well assured, fulfill the duties of hie sacred olmice, wholly free fromithe; shadow of ustuntation, in rite lull apurt of, apsatollc, humility, and he will be the more respected by every claa of teliginnita. It it not tioe "'elevated cir, the " I am not sucil as that publican," which pro dtces elten,...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 March 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1844 " Be Just snd fear not: Let all the ends thou aim'st at he thy.country's, Thy God's, and truth's." Shekspeis. THE SQXUATTING SYSTEM OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tits is a question which has long and much .occupied our thoughts; and to which we proposed to devote some portion of our space, as it is one, we may say, of para mount importance. Squatting is spread ing through the bush on every side; north, west, and south; and consisting as it does, chiefly of young men as owners of stock, and overseers ; with unmarried stockmen and shepherds, however useful it may be in promoting the export trade of the colony, it is spreading the contagion of immorality far and wide, and (for reasons too well known,) carrying not only vice, but death and destruction amongst the black race, who will inevitad-ly perish to a man before it. It is a subject to which we most earnestly call the attention of the public, as well as that of the Members of Council, that whe...

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

The Morning Chronicle" it published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Lqnd, South. Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods -only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark ott each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received til six o'clock on the evening before publication.-AIi instructions, must be given in writing, and all letters postpaid. GENERAL AGENCY. TO SETTLERS, TAVERN.KEEPERS, STORE. KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. MR. ADAM WILSON BEGS to inform the. Publio ,that, at the sugeestion of numerous parties, he int...

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