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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

IMPOUNDING5, Anvil Creek, bn 17th December--white cow, branded M near thigh ; white, heifer, supposed toqbe the progeny of'the said cow, branded MG or WCY or? HIG the first letter having run ;' brown had w?hitei cowi EH near"thigh, W with ti dndes off. rump, 'RH ofr thigh; red and white heifer, hnbranded: red cow,' Pg off irump i brown heifer;, unbrhnded, da.-, nhiges 3d. eah.'' If not released will ?ctsold on 15th! i uitri y, '1841.;' '' . ' " t' [0. Od: mraibdh b med hR.tolb, rvecegR{ ºnit i 'r thbilhdh, boitf Igli ýVllaIteEdq.nd. .-=lila?'k h't6r, ?kdait 'I? off mpif ; bli? k loit i a brled lids ilhi ?tjtil. iho bide, : tini tiriihdriemp ii hd'tildhi tfitt id, ljt tf rilit hornt tI; black yeaklidg ait r, Williftwlu, "unbrrtided; brorh yearlifing ull, l iitt?"Ubhlda liudle and white yt?rli-is 'ther, htibrdHis 'l-tj sided bullock, wiotehbe6k, bradstil IS, itnid sh duIl. cribable brhnd bff ribs, righlt eit l11 i bifrhdlh e hettl, lraiided like ' rwith i-dndei ahtd i ith tzi tfder on...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, DEC. 22. PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE   TUESDAY, DEC. 22. PETTY SESSIONS. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned places to be places for the holding of Courts of Petty Sessions, under the provisions of the Act of the Colonial Legislature. 3rd William IV., No. 3, viz.- In the District of Maneroo- (1.) The Township of Eden in the County of Auckland. (2.) Cooma, the present Head Quarters of Jhe Crown Commissioner of the District. In the District of the Murrumbidgee: (3.) Tumut, the present Head Quarters of the Crown Commissioner of the District. (4") The Township of Albury. (5.) Deniliquin, the Crossing Place on the Ed ward River. In the District of Lachlan (6.) Binalong, the present Head Quarters of the Crown Commissioner of the District. In the District of Wellington : (7.) Molong. In the District of Bligh : (8.) Dubbo, on the Macquarie River. In the District of ,Liverpool Plains : (9.) Tamworth. .(10.) Warialda, (near the junction of Reedy Creek with th...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1846. COMMITTAL OF MESSRS. DARVALL AND WINDEYER, M. C.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1846. COMMITTAL 'OF MESSRS. DAIR V ALL AND' WINDEIER, M. C.'s. " WuAT every body says must be true," is one of those popular sayinigs which have the 'sanctity of a proverb, withoutthe least ad mixture of either the profanity, or the super stition, or the ignorince that are not unfre quently :to be found: intermingled with Svulgar. axioms.. It is an English paraphrase, of the classical dictum, vox populi, vex Dci est. " The scene in Court," according to the' judgment of the above named tribunal,, places'Mr. R. Windoyer in a far more dis graceful state of punishment, than the in carceation .which has been justly ifllicted as a? penalty upon him by his Honor. the Chief,Justice, when presiding in the Su preme Court at the time 'his offensive 'vul ,garity brought upon him .this slight:retri butive reaction, and entailed upon him igno minious .condemnation. .. There is another adage strikingly.appli cable to this bullying 'personage, in his se...

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

0CMPIHLLT BHII'RIT MARIKET. HAY.-Sixty-onoe loads of hay wore sold during the week at 31. to 51. Se. per ton. STRAW.-Ten loads at 21. 10s. to 41. 10s. per ton. B] DINo.-Nfino loads at 3s. to Os. per load. WHIIaAT.-None. . MAzzu,.-Two loads at.3s.. d. to. s. 10d. per bushel. Fovoan.-S-ixteen loads at 7d. to 8d. pet dozen.

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To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

7b the Editore of the Sydney "Heradd. GsNTLE?BN,--In your columna of yesteraay, I was not a little surprised, as well as amused, at the uncalled for and tedious appeal of Mr.- Surgeon Bennett, to you as arbiters, in a case demanding rather.an apology for. his remissness and -neglect, than to solicit you to atone and givo a false colour ing to his supineness -and want of prudential fore stht, on a subject so palpable and self-evident in iisresult. In the first place, he attempts, on the same mis ,governed principles of ignorance, and a want of judicial as well as medical discrimination, to prove my. disqualificationi to ?venture an opinion on the causeofdeath in vomiting of blood,--a case involy ing-so little of acumen and common discernment, that to betray an ignorance of the cause would be to avow a contemptible knowledge of the rudiments of .medicine and surgery. Mr. B. seems to forget that I had repeated oppor tunities of. secing.htsformer patient in my ingress and egress from th...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

larli El 1 GRANITS AND ,IISH LANDLORDS.- There is no man on earth so wedded to his home as, the Irishman. The Englishman or the Scotchman leaves his native place with comparative indifference, with us it is a life-struggle; the instinctof love and country is stronger than in most men, the domestic affections are more intenseand sacred, and the social feelings of friendship and relationship are more powerful and binding ; hence, the departuse of a body of emigrants is one of the most harrowing scenes the eye can- light upon, even in thii land of suffering; the waillng and lamentations of some, the calm, subdued -grief of others, the wild ever aeted merriment, of. others, put on to conceal their anguish, and cheer .the spirit of some one left behind,-but through which you see the 'starting -tears. How often have I seen strong men weeping scalding tears upon the shoulders of their friends, aged men and: women- struck downi under the be reavement of losing. the last' remnanits Of their ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

-o t .ttt . Tufe 3airialn IN alashr4Ca oF rTIe ENsir. Wi.h tlihe exception of the 'first American war, aind the earlier campaigns of that witlh Ievoliitlihary Friance, 'the British army has for ages held a dcii nrigtislled plaieo in the miilitary aiiiils of Europe; arid iamongst th'e qualities to which m'ay be fairly.. ittribhted hoiich of succes's, is the dread silence of the troops when Inh pkesene of the eientey, and ini-: deed on all occasions under arms. Our imore lively" teiglibourt have well described it as cetta aj euse Bilence.. A chance stranger thrown hito Llthe scen aight also Imnagiine that they wiere rooted 't the grdiind by the encliantePia spell, so "iterii aiid stdtue-like is their nimnovability. 'The heavy flout igi colouirs, ho unfit, when displayed, to be carried by thle hand, are in their.cases.; Mere show in any way is unrithought of, and every encumbrance Is removed. Not a sound is then to be heard save iand except it:may be the solitary note of a bugle in tel...

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REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF WASTE LANDS OF THE CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

REDUCTION IlT THE PRICE OF WASTE LANDS OF THE CROWN. (From the Portland Guardian.) A prospect is now happily presenting itself, favor inga reduction in the upset price cf Waste Lands in this colony. Conviction, from experience, is at last beginning to force itself upon the judgment of 13ritish Ministers and Legislators, that the pound an-acre system is producing effects tending. most m~iterially to retard the progress of Improvement in the'colony. Sir George Gipps's policy has worked itself out, and the Act of Parliament, fixing the minimum price of the waste lands at not. less than 'twenty shillings an acre, will requireto come under 'the notice of Parliament for either revision in its most important enactments or total repeal. Whatever immediate inconvenience may arise from this projected change, the ultimate results reasonably to be anticipated from it must be of a character -the most beneficial to the colony. Per haps a total cessation to the very limited sales of crown lands wh...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

CITY COUNCIL. A meeting of the Council of the city of Sydney will be holden at the Town' Hall on Tuesday next, the 29th instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. ORDERS Ol"THE DAY. I. To receive Reports from Committees. 2. To receive memorials and petitions. 3. To read correspondence. 4. Notices of motion. 1. By Alderman Macdermott That the Right Worshipful the Mlayor be requested to resume the correspondence with the Government on the subject of the Cattle Market. 2. By Alderman Allen That the.resolution of the Council of the 23rd of November, 1842, in as far as it relates to fixing the security to be given by the paid officers of this Corporation at ten times the amount of their respec tive salaries be rescinded, and that in future the amount of security be fixed when the appointment takes place. 3. By Alderman Flood That the sI.cial e~jnmittee appointed by the Council on the 16th instant for the purpose of taking the necessary steps to 'get Hyde Park granted to" the Corporation as ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AND OTHER EVENTS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AND OTHER EVENTS OF THE WEEK. (From the Observer, Aug. 30.) As we were enabled to announce last week-so has it come to pass-Parliament was prorogued on Friday, and a session unparalleled for the importance of its enactments, for the vastness of its commercial revolutions and social reformations, was at length brought to a close. The Royal speech, as was to be expected, alludes in detail to those essential 'changes in our commercial system which had received her Majesty's gracious sanction ; but to recapitulate and enlarge on these great measures here would be only to enumerate and enforce what is now-beyond the need of illustration or support. It would be, perhaps, to revive the bitter recollection of a bygone battle, which, for the sake of some of the belligerents-the selfish and reckless monopolists--it would savour moreof Christian charily to leave to the softening influence of time on malevolent passions, springing from the most sordid motives--the main...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

CHAPTER "II. " And b1 not drunk with wine, wherein is luaury; bul be .ye filled with thea oly Spirit. Ephea.v. 18. , 'S. And, father, -will you tell me how IFather Mathew did that, for-I recollect to rhaveseen you .odftenvturn.away theservants boaiag thbyiere drutic, andI safterwards saw them;-druankiand soe ~li thembg8ging rom door to door. F. My child, Father Mathew is the ;apostle of -temperance,-and you should know :th ii Gled aihivs gives ipower to his .apostles. to effect jnoidere that other men Scannot df t'et. ' S. Thank you, father-but give me leave :to ask you soime more .qudestions about Father Mathew. F. Most checrfully, my' ton, ask me as ,inaby as you-wish. iS How did "Father Mathew go -about ?m?king'so many peoplo teetotallers ? F. FMy child, -Father Mathew is a minis ,te- t f God, as -such it -was his duty~to do all in his'pover, to convert sinn?rs and make them good by the practice of virtue. He saw, ?fbr a long time, that :tho~igh people ;listened to good instructi...

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CHAPTER VI. "Be not among wine-bibbers."—Prov. xxiii., 30. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

CHAPTER VI. lBe hot among wine-bibbers."-Prov. uxiii., S3. S. But, father; I was one day speaking to the workman you turned away because he was in the habit of getting drunk, and he told me that he had the authority of the Bible for taking s drop, as he called it.. F. Yes, my child, 1 have no doubt but the unhappy man would even endeavourto profane the Word of God in defending;his wicked practice, and there are too many like him in the world. " S. He told me that St. Paul told a very holy man to drink wine. F. He told you the truth so far; but did he tell you that St. Paul told this holy man to become a drunkard, or that total absti .nence was not better than moderate drink ing ? S. Oh, no, father, but he said-"Now, sure when a holy Apostlo of God spoke in the way he did, what harm can there be. in a drop now and then." F. Alas, my son, such .is the false system of reasoning adopted by the drunkard. Like those who say that Jesus Christ justified gluttony in eating, when he said--" W...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY, DEC. 21. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

INSOLVENCY ;PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY, DEC. 21. Before the Chief Cormmisioner. "POOV or CLAIS? . In the estate of James Stuart, .a single meeting : Thomas Woolley, 371. 6s. 10d.; William Hirst. 51.; George Thorne, 481. 7s. 4d. The Insolvent was afterwards exaniined, on which tihe meeting was adjourned till Wednesday, the SOth instant. TUESDAY, DEC. 22. " In the estate of John Somerville, a single meeting.: Richard Fawcctt, 701. 4s. 3d. In the estate of William Klensendorife, a lthrd meeting : Peter Plomer. 34771. 4s.. 3d.; John Wedderburn, 141.; David. Jones and Co., 341.: William- Pendray, sen.,; 91. ;' Benjamin Moses, 1351. 4s. Id.; Williim' C larke, 10. The assignees having handed in their report, the meeting directed I them to use their own discretion as to the matters referred to in that report, after which the meeting was adjourned till the 12th January next. In the estate of John Shalless, a third meeting; William Reynolds,.. II. 10s. ; Tliomas Woolley, 321. 7s.; John" Smith, 8S.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

Th Sydney Chronicle" is published. troice week, on Wednesa and iSurday; and is extensiely circuiated t hroughout New South Wales, i La, sot A aia, Nn nn a in aad2 diia s 30th June, 30th Scptember,,lnd 31st December; at whie?hperia ondl, . subscribers cand clin e receiving it, oater poauyn he inount du.-d? tihcrdDe? n, man rod tk eoa each advertisement tlihe nmber, t insertions requiredo .. •oit a . ....... a ;"lll .o-il coutar maded . . O e to,. discdntiae Or iiater adieriii?tneiatk must be sent in before-six o'clock on sth evenrings of Tuesrday and Friday; butnein advertisements are received tlti ri o'c. o Ie evei aeo _biaan.a ns in nt ..?=:_ .... --- -?,,· -oc a . _ _, r ,,: · ~ I :w ?l ,:q Tur(a r c rwEa c O on tle evening before publication..-All instructions€n mnust be given.i i o writing, i ll and all letters postaid. pad .,:? NOTICE. ITHE SUBSCRIBERS to this Papbr, T and the Public in general, are irespect folly infornied, that the following rules will in future be strictly a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRON[CLU. GotrjonuN-XMa. CARNES. BEaaEIA.-MR. B. M'MAIoN. PATERSoN--M. J. O'SULLIVAN. PAIUAMATTA -. Ma. P. C)aDIzr. PirT FJHIuaIP. -iMa. J. BLLBN. WOLLONOONG-ME.. TuOMAm FowLUS. BATURs2T-M.I T. JoNES. Qua JBYAN-Ma.U" J. J· We~iopYt· MAzrILbA-Ma. T. ;MAHONr. CArpnELLrOwJ, &c.-I\Ia. M'AL.T35., WINDSOR-Ma. JAIIER CASSIDT. PNrsaxT -Ma. JAiLER M'CARTHr. JER~Y's PLAINs-M&. J.: 3. HAarUS. BuNoNIA-Ma. ýE.':"pWARD Hue ar. ADEI.UDEB' JOHN NOWLAND. %ýx YAss--R R C. Raua2i GiLrla~ii~-MSY · JOHN ,MuaiIT rf CLAj ION TOWN; AND DUNGOS t- ;:. TIIRNBY. Published in the United. KingQpdor2, Ma. JoNES, (3, PATArMOBTE R.ROWV ,,ND Mfa. W. J. BATTraaBR, 10; EdellD.IDLIDO LIAIJBNT-aTNNT, DwU.RN. rinLted top tie Proprletor, by 9DWAU1D JOHN 'LWY, 'of ' clte*ri, in tLb Cou~tnt of Cumberlasnd, tithed by hbim t Latt'ronlIC Oboe, No. 1(33, $ 15aeit rydney, New South Wo iH .dotr 0U, 18&i. . ;

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

.CHAITTER XIII. " Be sober and watch: because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, goeth about seeking whom he may devour: Whom resist ye, strong in faith; knowing'that the same afliction befalls your bicthichwlio are in the world. But the God of 1ll grace, who lath called us unto his eternal, glory in Christ Jesus, after you have suffered a little, will himself perfect you, and confirm you, and. establish you."!--1i. St. Peter, v., 8, 9, 10. S. Now, father, I will make an end of my questions by asking you the best means of. reonering tltp observance. of the Pledge lasting and useful ?' F. That, my son, is a very important question,.and my answer to it is very short. " Every good gift," says the Apostle, "de scends from the Father of light." If, then, a man wish to persevere in the practice of temperance, whichl ,is a good gift from God, he must adhere to the practiceof his religious duties; he must avoid the occasions of, and temptations to drunkenness; a?oid the .ocompany ...

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MISUSE OF THE PRIVILEGES CLAIMED BY THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

MISUSE OF" THE *PRIVILEGES CLAIMED 3 Y THE BAR. A rosTr shameless instance of this mal practice in our Court having brought its guilt palpably before our eyes, and justly aroused our ire-we -briefly noticed the fact that the English press of the greatest vweight, were authoritative and persevering in their denunciations of this glaring defect in the practice of our courts of law, and terrifying obstaclks to the administration of justice through their zireans. SWe had at that moment particularly in -review, the overwhelming public indigna tion that had been aroused by the insolent conduct of the counsel for Courvoisicr at his trial for the.murder of his -kind andi aged master, Lord l illiam Russell, when in bed. Loid Brougham, in that temper of opposition. and, of spitefulness; and mor tified self-importance, which we regret to say, characterize his "sayings and doings" in his'decliriing years, was-found the only Parliamentary and literary champion, who Iventured.to take the.field in...

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

CHAPTER XII. " And be not drunk with wine, wherein is luxury; but be ye filled with the holy SpiritL"-Eph. v., 18. S. Father, I would now be happy that you would point out to me the temporal blessings that flow from temperance? ,F. That I wgl also do, most cheerfully. The ;first. great benefit of temperance is, that a man is by it alivay~ in:possessibo of that gift which God has bestowed upon him, namely, Reason. ' Recollect that I now mean temperance in eating as well as in drinking. Possessed dof the ,right use of reason, man is lordof.tlie creation and:master of himself. From .this it necessarily follows that his thoughts, words, and .actions, are in ac. cordance with the law of God, and .they being-so, he is happy in mind. ,no matter whether he abound in riches or.pine in po-. verty. If such a man be rich allethose under his authority are happy if it he not their own wish to be unhappy; and if such a man be jioor, he rejoices inthat beatitude epoken. by Christ-" Blessed are the ...

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

CHAPTER' X. "I have written toyou not to keep comppany; if -any 'mad'liat is called a brother, be a drunkard, with 'such a one not so much as to eat."--J. Corin. v., 11. S. Well, father, having learned so much :respecting the evils, of intemperance, will 'ot;inow favour me.by. showing me the good effects of :temperance in all respects ? F. Most cheerifully; my !son. I' have already. mentioned to you, that as.longas a Serson practices 'the virtue of temperance there is no great danger' of his.offending ·' e, beeaaise of the subjection thus imposed uppntlie passions of te'body. 1 will' no*. -speak more at length on'this great virtue. Temperance,: my son, is one of the, cardinal virtues, and is so called: because .upon it depends the -superstructure of other virtues. As humility is called the :foundation of theisavi'dues i mhicnimediately Bloevate ithe soul to God and' to a contemplation of his divine perfections; sod in like manner, may we justly calltoniperance the foundation oi thos...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

flatlatib, (From the 11Mai land .Tlerc.ary.) Tn.E 'Ha?vsrT.- Settlers in the Paterson and Patrick's Plains districts have beena put to all man nor of shifts to get in their wheat this year. La bourers have been very scarce, and those who could be obtained have asked.such exorbitant wages as to make it hardly worth while to cut the crops; 15s. per acre has been.commonly asked.for cutting. On several farms we hear that the blacks have been em ployed to reap-the wheat, and that they have done their work very creditably; but unfortunately their habits of industry are not of long duration, and they could not be kept long enough at work to make tholinclves really valuabloeAt all events, theyhave .saved muchl wheat from being lost. PATRICK'S Pr.A)LS.-The harvest is now all in throughout the district, and the town of Singleton is daily thronged with the labourers, who come to spend the hard-earned fruits of their toil. Business we hear is much brisker than it has been for some time past. TU...

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