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THE CHURCH OF OUR BAPTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

THE CHURCH OF OUR. BAPTISM {From the Dublin Review.) I he rite by which, in ancient as in mo dern times, the Church acts upon the state of man, touches him with the healing power of Christ, frees him from Satao's gripe, changes his condition, opens hia eyes, his ears, his mouth, and makes him rightly see, hear, and speak, and gives him strength io walk in God's commandments, is holy Bap tism. So natural was this idea, that her whole ritual of baptism is based upon it. First, the exorcisms which occupy its first part, show that the unbaptized are placed by her in the class, spiritually, of those under the grasp and controul of the evil one. He is rebuked, cursed, and disdain fully adjured, and violently thrust out ; and this is done with an energy and rudeness of language, exactly suited. to the object, and like to what our Saviour used with His de moniacs, Dr. Pusey, in his well re membered Tract on Baptism, has proved that every liturgy, but the Anglican, con tains these exorcisms,...

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Domestic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

Bonxc&tic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. {From the Sydney Morning Herald.) MONDAY. Present — The Mayor, Aldermen Fisher, Egan, and Broughton ; Councillors Driver, Thomas, Tierney, Peek, Little, RobertR, Moffitt, Weekes, Josejphson, Flood, Byan, Peden, Hillj, Thornton, Moore, Lenehan, Williams, Macdonald aod Wilkie. THE MISSING DOCDMRNTS. The Mayor having stated that the first busi ness on the paper was the motion of Mr. Roberts, with reference to the ' Missing Documents ' re port, Mr. Driver proposed to suspend the Standing Orders, for the purpose of allowing the Mayor to take part in the discussion, his worship having been assailed by a letter in the public papers, by which he was virtual y- accused of abstracting the documents alluded to. The motion, however, was subsequently with drawn, and Mr. Roberts moved — 'That this Council do take into consideration the report of the Special Committee, of date the 20th January, on the subject of 'Missing Documents,' .and all mat ters c...

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[?]iastical Entelligence. THE PASTORAL LETTER OP JOHN BEDE, BY THE GRACE OF GOD AND FAVOUR OF THE HOLY APOSTOLIC SEE, ARCHBISHOP" OF SYDNEY, TO THE FAITHFUL, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

i&cclevia&tical %nteili$tntt. THE PASTORAL LETTER OF JOHN BEDTC, BY THE GRACE OF GOB AND FAVOUR OF THE HOLY APOSTOLIC SEE, ARCH BISHOP' OF SYDNEY, TO THE FAITHFUL, CLERGY AND LAITY OV THE ARCH DIOCESE, AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE LENT OF THE YEAR 1851. Dearly Beloved -Ciiildkkx in Jesus Christ: . Brethren, we helping do exhort you not tp receive the grace of god i.v vain. That man, of himself, can do nothing available unto eternal life ; that the aid of Almighty God is necessary for this end ; that this aid has been pro mised, and will be given; are truths familiar to your minds. This aid, gratuitous indeed, on the part of God, though it may properly influence, yet touches not the integrity or man's free will. Hence the Apostle exhorts the faithful not to receive tin's ansistancc or Divine Grace in vain, that is, without profit. And, furthermore, he instructs them that, whilst this grace is unceasingly offered, still there are times and seasons when it is more abundan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. j A FEW Copies of the following Books. j\ are on Sale at the Office of the ?? Freeman's Journal '70, Castlereagln;Street^ .., Doway Bible and Testament Reeve's History of the Bible Missals, Vesperals, and Complines Life of Christ, by St. Bonaventure Ciialloner's Meditations Millner'a End of Controversy Poor Man's Catechism Think Well On't Manual of Devotion Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prajer Book Andrew Dunn The Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. J. McEncroe The Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by R. K. Sconce, B. A., Oxon -The Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory The Practice of the Living Rosary And some very good Religious Prints. MR. H. R. NAG LE begs leave to in ly JL form the Public that he gives private lessons in the French and English languages, and also in Claasics, on very moderate terms. ? Pupils can Le taught either at their own residences or at Mr. Nagle's rooms, i...

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Freland. ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE TO THE CATHOLICS OF IRELAND. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

Erflaitt*. ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE TO THE CATHOL[CS OF IRELAND. (Concluded from our last.) If there are strong reasons for provididing a Ca tholic education for Catholic youth in every coun try, they acquire peculiar strength from the special cicumstancea of Ireland. Here the Catholic gen tleman, merchant, professional man, or whatever else they may he, has to mix with persons, many of whom have strong anti-Catholic notions ; others are called liberal (that is oftentimes latitudinarian, or indifferent); others, again,haveno definite notions whatever j yet all of tliem zealous enough to make an impression on Catholic minds not at all favour able to the purity of Catholic Faith. Coming as they must, in the intercourse of life, into frequent and close contact with dangerous principles, unless Catholics shall have received a sound r«liirum« win cation, it does not require the gift of pro phecy to predict that many of them will be weakened in their Faith, perhaps los...

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THE FOLLOWING ARE THE DISPENSATIONS FOR THE LENT OF 1851. 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

TnE FOLLOWING ARE THE DISPENSATIONS FOB THE LENT OP 1851. We permit a small collation to be taken m the morning and evening. To satisfy the anxiety of scrupulous minds, we specify that milk to the quantity of a table spoonful may be used at this collation in tea or coffee. Yielding to the weakness of many who have de clared their inability to fast without the use of some oleaginous substance, with the sanction of our late Holy Father, his Holiness Gregory XVI., we permit a small quantity of butter to be used either at the morning or evening collation, with bread, provided no other article of luxury be used. We praise, however, the conduct of those who deny themselves this dispensation. We permit those who, from circumstances, make their principal meal late in the day, to take the collation in the middle of the day which is usually taken in the evening. Eggs are allowed on all days, except Ash Wednes day and Good Friday. Cheese and butter are al lowed on all days at dinner. During th...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to thank a Correspondent for a tale entitled ' A Dream of Life.' It shall be inserted in our next In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our paper. Received from J. H., Jamberoo ,.£l 0 0

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MR. SALMON AND THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

MR. SALMON AND THE BIBLE. We received last week from the Eev. Alex-i \ ander Salmon a letter, a portion of which ! has since appeared in the Herald. It was too long for the space we are able to allot to correspondence, and we were compel'ed to refuse it insertion unless in a curtailed form. Mr. Salmon accordingly withdrew the letter and applied to the Herald as the medium of conveying his ' views' to the public. The rev. gentleman was more successful of course I in that quarter, but yet not wholly so,' for I while one editor being a consistent Protestant I highly approved of the document and deter- I mined to print it, the other being an An-* glican, approved only of the anti-Popery, and determined to expunge the anti-Prelacy, before he gave it his sanction. Theresultwas the letter as it appeared on Saturday. If Mr. Salmon will send us the parts that ; were omitted, we shall be happy to insert them in our next. To answer Mr. Salmon would be to write ' a treatise on Theology at large...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Collector and Agents in Sydney for the ' Freeman's Journal ' will give receipts for all monies paid on account of this pa,per, signed by Mr. James Cosgrove, the Pub lisher. No other receipts will be acknow ledged. Country Agents are requested to demand a settlement of the sums due by Subscribers in their respective localities. Several are now owing — one, two, aud even three quarters' subscription — contrary to the ex press terms of publication. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1851. ' In Necessariis Uniias, in Duhiis Lihertas, in Omnibus Charilas.'

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 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 street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Goul burn-streets, and Mr. P. Walsh, Parramafcta-atreet.

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THE TIMES THE HIERARCHIC. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

THE TIMJ2SA.XI) THE HIERARCHY. The literary mammoth of the age has lifted up its voice aloud against what it ib pleased to call 'Romish intrusion,' because it has seemed fit to Pius IX. to do for England just'What, many centuries ago, Gregory I. did. It is a stirring sound, this roar of his, unmeaning though it be. Ifi tells of a mighty Presence in its cry of dread, like the put-bursl ' What have I to do with thee' wherewith Demoniacs greeted the Holy one of old. It bears supernatural testimony to that power in which it is feared all men wil! 'believe if it be let alone. There is in truth something very striking in the parallel be tween the conduct of the Pharisees towards ' our Lord, and that of National Protestants towards hia Church. The Pharisees repre sented the intellect, the fashion, and the power of their day. They were the leading Divines of the Established Church. They were eminent for their strict propriety of conduct, for what maybe called their respec tability; they gav...

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IRELAND.—JUST RETRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

IRELAND.— JUST RETRIBUTION. While this most fertile Island and its accu mulated afflictions are a subject of aston ishment as well as of sympathy to the hu mane and reflecting of every other country, it affords also a subject for the most grave consideration of British Statesmen. They may learn some practical lessons in the Art of Legislation from the direful consequences flowing from their system of Irish Law Making. The whole spirit and tendency of the laws framed for Ireland by the English Government, since the Religio-fcragicaT epoch of the ' Reformation,' has been di rected to one cardinal point — the suppres sion of the growth of Popery — to use the words of a late Irish Chancellor. To effect this paramount object of Protestant Legis lation, nearly the whole of Ireland was thrice confiscated from the Catholic proprie tors, as we stated in a recent number of this Journal. And in order to remove any doubt as to the correctness of this assertion, we give the words of Lord Glare i...

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THE ROYAL COMMISSION. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

THE ROYAL COMMISSION. (From the Oxford Herald.) REPORT. ' To the Honourable Board of her Majesty's Commissioners for the Visitation and Management of the Universities. 'Delegate's Room, June 10, i860. The Sub-Committee „ appointed for the Conscientious Scruple and Religious Liberty Department of your Honourable Board's Visitation, beg to present the first report of their proceedings in the University of Ox ford, They cannot enter on this office without congratulating the Honourable Commissioners on the success which has already attended the removal of those bar riers which formerly excluded conscientious Dissenters from the benefit of an University education. Five Baptists and four Quakers have been appointed to Fellowships at Mag dalene College. The greater part, of the undergraduate , members of Christ Church are the children of Dissenting parents ; and nearly all the professional chairs are occu pied by distinguished Clergymen in the Dissenting interest ; and among them it is sat...

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THE THRALDOM OF PROTESTANTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

THE THRALDOM OF 'PROTES- TANTISM. (By W. G. Ward, Esq.) The thraldom of Protestantism I believe to be precisely parallel to that political, social, and personal servitude which is the bane of those countries where license rules instead of law. It is just that real bondage which often exists in nations, where the ultra democratic principle reigns triumphant ; where, in theory, every man is so free as to be the servant of none, and in practice is in an abject slavery to a despotic majority, or to a minority reckless of all consequences. The protestant, in like manner, is free from all spiritual restraint, whether moral or in tellectual, so far as a theory can set him free ; but the moment an impartial observer examines into his practical condition, the very same monstrous anomolies appear, which strike us with mingled pity and in dignation in those countries where anarchy rules by the sacred name of liberty. The Catholic is under the rule of a law which permits to the individual judgm...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. February 21.— Charles Webb, 24, Brown, for Kiama. February 22. — Sisters, 1 5, Brooks, for the Hawkes bury.; John, 20, Morgan, for Newcastle; Bard's Legacy, 25, Bloxham ; Dove, 13, Vallack ; Louisa, 16, Green, all for Shoalhaven ; Bee, 12, Smith, for Kiama. February 24.— Echo, 22, Robinson, for Shoal haven : Santa Barbara, 12, Simpson, for the Hawkesbury. February 25.— Henry, 15, Bridson, for Shoal haven.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

TO COERESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It isneoessary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish: the : Editors with ' their real: names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. February 24. — Lapwing, 20, Jackson, from Shoal haven. February 25. — Diligence, 15, West ; Lass o' Gowrie, 17, Martin ; Rover, 15, Shaw, all from the Hawkesbury ; Brothers, 27, M'Canley, from New castle.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. 1 Sat Of B. V. M. in sab., 0. S. B., St. David, bp, and conf. s.d. 2 S Quinquagesima, second class. 3 M Of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Sonithbert, bp. and conf. s.d. 4 T St. Casimer, conf. s.d. 5 W Ash Wednesday. 6 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., Sacred Heart of B. V. M., d. maj., from 2nd 7 F St. Thomas Aquinas, conf. and doc. d. 0. S. B., Feast of Crown of Thorns, d. maj. 8 Sat St. John of God, conf. d. 9 S First Sunday of Lent. . 10 M The Forty Martyrs. 11 T St. Frances, wid. d., 0. S. B., St. Felix, bp. and conf. d. 12 W ? Ember Day, St. Gregory the Great, p. and doc. d., 0. S. B., doub. of first class with Octave. 13 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Thomas of Aquin, conf. and d. from 7 th. 14 F Ember Day of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Frances, w., from 9th d. 15 Sat Ember Day of the Feria, 0. S. B., of the Octave. 16 S Second in Lent. 17 M St. Patrick, bp. and conf. -*., 0. S. B., d. second class. 18 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Gabriel, Archangel, d. maj. 19 W ...

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IMPOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

IMPOUNDING^. Gunning. — Red working ox, indescribable brand rump, M thigh near side ; damages Is. ; blue ox, apparently WO rump, T thigh off side ; brown and white heifer, off ear marked, 5 rump, C thigh and ribs off side ; blue heifer, JM rump, JK ribs off side ; red steer, hole in ear, HH conjoined rump off side ; trespass 3d. each ; roan horse, white down face, EM near shoulder—damages 5s. ; dark brown or black mare, apparently IB with IS on it near shoulder, JS and 8 neck off side, off hind foot white. If not released before the 8th March, they will be sold. William Olivkh. r 11s. 3d. West Maitland. — From Ravensfield, February 10th : black bullock, cocked horns, star, white on flanks and belly, on near shoulder JH, on near ribs apparently a brand not legible, on off rump ap parently SD, on off thigh T and O under conjoined, marked in near ear ; red bullock, cocked horns, branded on off shoulder O or c£- an illegible brand over, on near shoulder a brand illegible, on ribs same s...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY' MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from Is. 9d. to 2s. Od. ; ducks, 2j. Od. to 2s. 6d. ; geese, 4s. to 5s. Od. ; turkeys, 63. to 93. Od. ; pigeons, 9d. ; wild ducks, 2s. Gd. to 0s. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. 6d. to 33. Od. each. Dairy Produce. — Freah butter, la. to Os. ; salt, 6c3. to IO-1. per U- ?; cheese, Od. to 6 id. ; bacon, 7d. to 9d. ; lard,2d. ; eg^s, 9d. per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s. Od, per cwt, ; cabbages, Is. 6d. to 3s. 6d. ; cauliflowers, 2s. 6d 10 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, 0d, to Is. ; turnips, Is 6d. per dozen ; parsley, 4d. to Od. per bunch ; celery, 3s. Od, ; leeks, 's. 3d. ; parsnips, Is. 6d. to 0s. Od. ; carrots, Is. 6d ; pumpkins, 5s. Od. to 6s. 0d. per dozen , peas, 63. 0J. to 7s, Od. per bushel ; beans, 2s. to 3 1. 0J. ; onions, 7s. to 12a. per cwt. ; vegeta ble marrow, 2s, per dozen. Fruit.— Ofanges,0d. to 0s. Od per dozon ; lemens, Lisbon, 4d. to 0d. ; peaches, Is 3d. to 4a. Od. per backet ; pears, 4d. to 8d. per dozen ; apples, 4d...

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