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

SHIRTS.SHIRTS, SHIRTS, WELL. COT, WELL MADB, AND dfc1 GOdD MATE» RIALS, AT SMITH'S COLONIAL SHIRT MANUFACTORY, 37, PARfc-STREET. SHIRTS made at the above Manufactory combine the chief modern structural improvements, which consists in the arrangments of the parts ©n the neck and shoulders, so as to secure an easy and perfect fall of the front on the wearer, and fitting equally well without a waistcoat. The flattering success which has followed the un tired exertions of J. T. S. to meet the wants and wishes of his numerous patrons, lias stimulated him to render the best article for the price that it is pos sible to produce, which at all times may be depended upon for wear, and are superior in e7ery respect to any imported to this colony. A general assortment of shirts kept ready made, consisting of small menV, middle size ditto, and men's, large men's, and outaized ditto, extra length shirts. Superior regatta and yacht Shirts, Scotch twill and bush ditto, Boys' and youths' white shirt...

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

BARGAINS! BARGAINS? | GIGANTIC SALE OF. DRAPERY, HOSIERY, AND SLOPS, AT SYDNEY HOUSE, 269, PITT-STREET, on MONDAY, 24th instant, and following dajB. JT. WOODS announces to his friends ? and the public, that in consequence of his intended removal 1o other premises he will offer the whole of his well selected stock at the fol» lowing extraordinary low prices, PRINTS AND MTJSUN3. 829 Yards fast-coloured prints, 2s. Hi'l. per . dress 790 Ditto superior ditto, 3s. 4£d. 684 Ditto Hoyle'a ditto, 4s. 3d. 580 Ditto ditto superior, 4s. ll&d. 470 Ditto rich muslin dresses, 3s. 4£ -1. 220 Ditto superior ditto, long lengths, 4s. 9J. 110 Ditto rich Organdie ditto, 58. lid. COBURG AND ORLEAN3 CLOTH. 490 Yard3 really good Coburg cloths, 7£d. per yard 330 Ditto superior ditto, all colours, 9d. 211 Ditto fine shot ditto 1 1£1. 314 Ditto silk striped ditto, lOfl. 180 Ditto rich printed ditto, 10£l. 190 Ditto 4-4 printed caebmeres, 11$ 1. 140 Ditto 4-4 damask chameleons, Is. 4£d. 440 Yards 7-4 ...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before S. F. Milford, Esq., acting Chief   Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Philip R. Holdsworth, a certificate meeting was held, when the certificate was   allowed. In the estate of Edward Walton, a certificate meeting. The application was opposed, and the Chief Commissioner ordered insolvent's certificate to be suspended for four months. FRIDAY. In the estate of Charles Alexander Armytage, a single meeting was held. Debts amounting to. £2J5ft 18s. 4rl.. were woved asrainst the estate; after which insolvent was examined at considerable length on behalf of Frederick A. Thompson, for | whom a claim was tendered. The meeting was adjourned until the 4th proximo. In the estate of Michael Moran, a single meet ing. One debt of £7 9s. 2d. was proved, but in solvent not being present, nothing more was done. TUESDAY. In the estate of Acton Sillitoe, an adjourned second meeting was held, which was again ad...

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ADDRESS OF THE LONDON CLERGY. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

ADDRESS OF THE LONDON CLERGY. C To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentlemen,*— The late news from England, by fray of California, is very tantalizing. We have ? had just enough to make us long for more, and the ships are most prorokingly tedious in bringing the intelligence we crave. Among other things we have seen an address to the titular Bishop of Lon don, purporting to be from ' the London Clergy.' Now for my part I am pretty sure that a great many of the London Clergy will protest against an address which is so ' Protestant' in its tenor, for unless things are greatly altered since I left Lon don, there was a very 'considerable sprinkling of Puseyism to be found among the Metropolitan Di vines, and it was the fashion to reject the very name of ' Px-otestant'.' as utterly unbecoming a member of the Anglo-Catholic Church. I want to know who these London Clerg) are who mean to 'co-operate' in the work of resisting the Holy Father, and his newly-made Cardinal. 1 am anxious...

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ORLGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

ORLG1NAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — A very pertinent, and in us His torical and literary reminiscence, amusing letteron this subject, in your last number, subscribed #'-d'- colicus,' induces me to draw further attention to the fact alluded to by your correspondent—' In* frequent prevalence of disease amongst cattle m the mother country,' by sending you a copy ot an v r,vlP from the 'Farmer's Magazine,' wherein it made appear that the mortality is at present very gr?f«n the authority of the best instructed and bf „, ,erienced medical practitioners in the colony, J' «l mved to assert that the diseases to whict{ VmSan frame in liable in the Australian &v ore of a different type from either those of S'vlhorof Indian nosology. They have a cha l r peculiar to themselves. It is, therefore, pro f ? l that the same pathological variety exists' in '^diseases amongst cattle.' tmukasr in Cattle.— According to Mr. ...

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THE STATE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

THE STATE PRISONERS. (From the Lish Exile of Fe.hrun.ru RA The universal astonishment and indignation ex pressed by every class of the colonists at the late despotic cruelty of the Governor towards the State Prisoners, has been followed up, as we stated last week, by a determination on the part of some of the most respectable of their members to test the legality ofthe entire proceeding, concerning which, if we be rightly informed, there is amongst legal men about the same opinion as exists with reference to its justice or humanity, in tbe minds of the entire community. An application for a writ of Habeas Corpus in the case of Mr. McManus, was made in the Su preme Court, by Mr. Knight, the eminent counsel, Mr. Justice Home, before whom the application was made, has now twice postponed deciding upon it, on the last occasion expressing his desire, owing to the importance and unprecedented nature of the application, to have the assistance of the Chief Justice. This has been done : Mr. ...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY, Before S. F. MUFORD, Esq., acting Chief Commismissioner of Insolvent Fstates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. ?THURSDAY,. Before S. F. Milford, Esq., acting Chief Commis missioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of John Smith Papps, a single meet ing was held, at which were proved claims amount ing to £232 14s., and the meeting was adjourned until Monday. FRIDAY. In the estate of David Griffiths Jones, an ad journed second meeting. A debt of £72 13s. was proved. The insolvent and two witnesses were ex amined, and the meeting adjourned to the 14th inst. In the estate of William Lee, a single meeting was held. Claims were proved against the estate, amounting in the whole to £63 6s. lOd. Insolvent was directed to file a supplementary schedule, show ing the nature and extent of his transactions for the six month « preceding his insolvency, and the meeting adjourned to the 15th inst. In the estate of Acton Sillitoe, an adjourned meeting was held. Insolvent was further examined, and the meeting separated. SATURDAY. In the estate of Charles Appleton, the younge...

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION LEAGUE. J.no following is a letter, announcing that Dele gates from Van Dieman's Land and Port Phillip will visit Sydney at the end of this month for the purpose of holding an anti-transportation conference .— - . ' Melbourne, 25th February, 1851. ' Sib, — I have the honour to acknowledge your letter of the 14th instant, and to express the satisfaction of the Council of tbe Victoria branch of the League, with the procedure of your associa tion as regards the addresses which have emnn«to,i trom this place. ' The conference with the Tasmnnian Delegates as you are doubtless already aware by public report' bat resulted in the projection of the Australasian League ; and I have great pleasure in intimating the liberal support that has been awarded to this cause, and the enthusiasm with which the proposi tion has been adopted, in the hope of thereby securing the best interests of our adopted country. 'The Tasmanian Delegates, accompanied by Delegates for Victoria, c...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. Medical Ladies. — A college for the medical edu cation of women has just been founded by the Legislature of Pennsylvania : the act by which it is founded conferring upon it all the priveleges enjoyed, by any other medical school in the State. We perceive that a Miss Elizabeth Blackwell, who received tho degree of Doctor of Medicine at the Geneva College, and has since pursued her medical studies at Paris, is a candidate for the professorship of surgery, and other ladies offer themselves to fill the other chairs..' — Eliza Cook's Journal. Astbonomt. — The new planet Victoria discovered by Mr. Hind, has had its proposed name and lanral symbol accepted by the astronomers of England , Prussia, and Denmark. Its period of revolution, Mr. Hind states, will probably be nearly the same aa that of Iris, perhaps a little longer, — Literary Ga xelte. The Godless System tn Belgium. — Thelawon. Education recently passed in this country has led to the closing of the College o...

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APPENDIX A. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

Appendix A. Supply of waler to Cook Ward and the high levslv oi .Gipps Ward. . 1. Reservoir proposed to be erected upon a sitt oear the new gaol. , .'. i; ' 2. The Reservoir to tie sixty feet bysisty 'feet : by ten feet deep, in the clear } to conjB'n 200,000 gallons of water ; or a daily supply of ten gallons each to 2Q,0tfU inhabi .? ? - -tanto. 3. The Reservoir to be supplied from the tunnel by a force pump and steam engine. 4. Service, mains, for Gipps Ward levels, to be laid of the following descriptions, ? viz :— 9 Inch main from reservoirto tunnel, Mac quarie-street. 6 luoh main from Clarence-street, along Prince-street to Essex-street. 3 Inch main upper Fort-street. 3 Inch main Piince-street. : B. Estimate of the probable cost of a Reservoir and . Service Mains, near the Gaol at Darlinghuret, 10 terve the high levels in Girps Ward, &c. Reservoir, 60 by 60 by 10 feet deep ' to hold about 216,000 gallons— Say 2(3,000 inhabitants at 10 gal lons each per diem, will amoun...

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Literature. LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

ftitetature. LENT'. (From the Lyra Innoccntium. ) ' Sanctify a fast . . gather the children, and those that suck the breasts.' 'Tis said, the immortal Powers oh high. Might envy Saints on earth, for they can die ; They for their Lord may suffer loss -r Those but adore, these taste, the healing Crb'ss. So while in all beside, dear babe, we pine For hope as pure as thine, One gift we have, one token more than thou, - With choice of heart beneath the Saviour's yoke to bow. No deep of joy to thee is lost From Christmas, EiSter, or bright Pentecost : No memory-cloud in air, to dim The unfolding heavens, or mar the Seraphs' hymn. The gladsome days are thine : to us are sent The wan soft gleams of Lent, The kindly waters from the heavens above,* From earth to be exhal'd-in dews of tearful love. Our portion in Christ's awful year, Not thine- is Lent : and yet He calls thee' near. Come, spotless one, He seems to say, Come with thy pure white robe, and kneel to-day Beside the fallen and defil...

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CITY COUNCIL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

CITY COUNCIL PAPERS. Report of the Water Committee of the City Couneil on the subject of erecting a Resprvoir for sup pi} ing the highest portions of the City with Water. Without interfering with the duties of the Special Committee of the Council appointed to consider the best means of affording a pei manent supply of water to the city, jour Committee have had under their con sideration and now bee to submit to the Council, for their sanction, a method of supplying the higher por tions of the city — in Gipps and Cook Ward, with water, which will be required from whatever source the Special Committee may recommend the water to be brought, as a temporary source of supply in case of accidents to the tunnel. As many portions of the city are situated at higher levels than that of the water at Lachlan Swamp, it will be obviously impossible to supply the city generally with this necessary element, without arti ficial means. Your Committee accordingly instructed the Surveyor to report on th...

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A DREAM OF LIFE. A TALE FOR THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

A DREAM OF LIFE. A TALE FOU THE POOE. (From a Correspondent.) '* Why is light given to him that is in misery, and life' to them that are in bitterness of soul?' — Joe, c. iii. v. 2. In a city, famous for its splendour, and glorified amongst all nations and lands for its magnificence ; in a city, where opulence seemed to have enthroned herself and plenty to have built herself palaces, a poor man dwelt: so Very poor, that he himself oft' wondered how he lived. And though others said h« felt the pains of want, he smiled and said he suffered not. The people of that city Bhuddering thought how miserable he must be ?, but he himself thanked Heaven for all his happiness. And so he passed through many years, — but still the same was he;, cold and very hungry and alone — no not alone — though the poor have that their own, the rich off seek to find and cannot, solitude — not alone for two aweet children of toil, treasures to him, trouble to the rest of life,, shared his comforts and his cares...

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ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

ROBBERY. Thomas Bowling was indicted for having, at Sydney, on the 12th of January last, in company with two others, assaulted one Edward Hobbs, ana robbed him of ten shillings in silver. The evidence of Hobbs was, that at a late'hour of the night, on the day named in the information, he was passing along Goulburn-street, when he was attacked by three men, knocked down, and robbed of 10s. While they were yet scuffling,.a man named Allmon came up and secured the prisoner, who was among the attacking party* The others escaped. A constable coming up, prisoner was taking to the watch-house, and Hobbs, who was a good deal hurt, was taken to the same place, in order that he might obtain surgical aid. Prisoner's only defence was a denial of the charge. He was, he said, a stranger in Sydney, and had arrived from the Clarence River but a week before he was apprehended on this charge. , '. . The Jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to five years' labour on the roads.

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Miscellaneous Extracts. THE THRALDOM OF PROTESTANTISM. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

''' M^itumtom I3gtvatt*« THE THRALDOM OF PROTES TANTISM. (By W. G. Ward, Esq.) (Concluded from our last.) Laying it down, then, as an axiom— which I think will be granted, on consideration, by every earnest-minded Protestant — that the true liberty of the human intelligence con sists in a power to know truth, rather than a right to search for it, -we need not scruple to pronounce that condition of soul in which all that is worth knowing is yet unknown, to be a servitude and a bondage. Like the citizens of some tyrant democracy, who are free in theory to do; whatever they please, and in practice cannot follow out their own most trifling wishes, the Protestant intelli gence stands naked and helpless in the minds of creation. Surrounded with a visible and invisible world; whose laws and inhabitants it ardently longs to know and comprehend, it is paralysed in all its researches by its ig norance of those spiritual realities which lie at the heart of the whole universe, and of which what...

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Domestic Intelligence. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. Friday. Before His Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice murder. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

Bomc&tic Intelligence. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COTJET. Friday. Before His Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice. ? MURDER. John Eclmondson, was indicted for having, at Colo, on the 15th January last, wilfully murdered one Catherine Jenkins, by administering to her an ounce of pepper. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was de fended by Mr. Darvall ; attorneys, Messrs. Thurlow and Grant. The Solicitor-General conducted the case for the Crown. The deceased, Catherine Jenkins, was an old woman of upwards of 80 years of age, living on a farm at the Colo River ; the prisoner, who was also an elderly man, lived at the same farm, and worked the farm. The deceased lived at the farm before prisoner came there, and had lived there about two years. On the morning of the death of the deceased she was working about, strong and actively ; about ten o'clock in the forenoon, the prisoner came out of the house to sharpen an axe, and while doing so a servant heard the deceased groaning, and calle...

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A DISPUTATION ON MIRACLES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

A DISPUTATION ON Mil* ACLES. ( From Mr. Allies' Journal m France.) In the evening we went to the Ecole des Fr6res Chretien?, 6 Rue du FJeurus, and were conducted by some of the brethren to the most extraordinary scene we have wit nessed in France. It was a meeting held in the parish church of S. Marguerite, to give prizes to the assiduous members of the so ciety of S. Francois Xavier, which is com posed of artisans, who attend periodically to be instructed. Alter Vespers and Com pline, Monseigneur the Archbishop of Chal cedone was introduced, under whom the s6ance was held. The cuie then briefly stated the course of proceedings, and pre sently commenced a dispute between M. ]'Abb6 Massard, pretre directeur, and M. 1'Abbo Cronze, on the subject whether there were or were not miracles ; the former main taining the negative, the latter the affirma tive. ? The UBU&l philosophical objections Were- put by TAtty} Mass&rd very-fairly and witiv great vivacity, 'and were answe...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of oar paper. Received from J. M., Launceston .. £0 15 0 6. P., Campbelitown 1 16 0

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[?] Intelligence. THE STATE OF CATHOLICISM IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

®cclt*i*#ticiil Intelligence ? THE STATE OF CATHOLICISM 1NENGLANK {From the ' Ami de la Religion.' J Mr. EmToa,— In my former letter I endeavoured to lay before your .readers the principal elements which have contributed to produce in. England that movement/of return to Catholicism of which we are now witnesses. This unhoped for movement, this progress almost miraculous of the true Faith we bare teen manifested to our senses, and transformed into a national proof in the num?roti3 churches, which, during the short space of a few years, have arisen every where on British soil. It has been evidenced also in that extraordinary increase in the number of priests, and in the simultaneous erection of so many religious communities of men devoted to Apostolic labours. Lastly, we have seen the considerable in fluence of those families, as illustrious for the glory of their ancestors as the purity of their faith, whom God has chosen to fulfil a suitable mission, that of preserving the sacred fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. | FEW Copies of the following Booli i\ are on Sale at the Office of th 'Freeman's Journal,11 70, Castlereagh-street. Doway Bible and Testament Jteeve's History of the Bible . Missal's, Vesperals, and Complines life of Christ,' by St. Bonaventure. Clulioner's Meditations Miliner'a End of Controversy.. Poor Man's Catechism ' Think Well On't Manual of Devotion ''?''' Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prayer Book A u drew 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 Blesset Virgin Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory The Practice of the Living Rosiry And some very good Religious Prints. NOTICE. SHOULD this meettheeye of THOMAS McNAMARA, late of Browdike, County Clare, Ireland, he will relieve the anxietj of his Brother by immediately communicating with him. _ ? DENIS M'NAMARA. Bust and Moreton Bay. 12th February, 1851. S...

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