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STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

STATE OF IRELAND. (From the 7Ynes, September 2.) ; lhe account' we continue daily to receive from all parts of Ireland icrs'e no room to doubt the failure of a?s potato crop. From the Giant's Causeway to Cape Clear, from Limerick to Dublin, not a green Pld is to be setu. 'lhe, disease having attacked the plant at a much earlier period this year than it did s 18li5, the root has born arrested in its growth, amd prevented from arriving at maturity. Trhus, wlhat was last year but a partial destruction is now Stotal annihilation ; and it is become a very general klief that the month of December will not find a tingle potato in the country. Ireland is. therefore, loomed to suffer a recrrence (if it should not rather S caled a continuance) of that distress which has s rell nigh pauperised the whole population. Taught I iy fatal errors of policy to look to the State for -'ilstance, Irel.tnd stands now in an attitude of coq ident expectation, waiting for the public supplies which hitherto h...

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

mem ydney Chronicle". it published:twlpe Ce ad iu d . , . a week, dany and S?aturday; and is extensivel' circulated throughout N?w SouhWaeVanieme and So" - " " " " .... - ° • ? " .'. . 3)t? June, 30th Septemnper, and 31st December;. at whichpeiriods only subscribers can dectiye receiving it, oaft eer outh Vale a Demens Laod, routh Australia 1ehe Zealand amountndof insertions re ird; otane ey ae continued.,lT ount erm and o te 3 rt arci discontinue or aer advertisements mst be sent bfor sx o clock on the evenings of TadaU and Friday; but nea aertis reunt reived. .. sers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions re uiredn; otherwoise they are continued till countermanded. Orders ?'-?:, ,--- eff .evening before publication.-AIl instructions must be' yt?ven in writtng, and all lettersl post pid ;N Q:T I.CE. TeHE SUBSCRIBERS to this ~jiper, . and the. Public in general, are respect fully informed, thht the following-rules will in future be st;ictly:adhered.to; IN SYDNEY-...

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Supreme Court. MONDAY, DEC. 28. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. HIGHWAY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 December 1846

Supreme Court.   MONDAY, DEC. 28. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. HIGHWAY ROBBERY. William Ghee was indicted for having at the Cowpasture Road, on the 31st October last, assaulted and robbed one Henry William Johnson, putting him in bodily fear and danger of his life, and taking from him about 15s. in silver. The prisoner was defended by Mr. Holroyd, in the' absence of Mr. Purefoy, who was too ill to attend. It appeared that on the day named in the indict- ment, the prosecutor and his servant were riding along the road, when they were stopped by the prisoner, who was armed with five pistols ; he com- pelled them to dismount from the cart in which they were, and demanded Mr. Johnson's money, upon which the latter handed over to him fourteen and sixpence. The prisoner's face was partly concealed by a handkerchief tied over it, but some time sub- sequent to the robbery they again encountered the prisoner, when they had a better opportunity of obs...

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ALLOWANCES TO WITNESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

ALLOWANCES TO WITNlESS:ES. His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct that the public Notice respecting Allowances to Witnesses dated 9th December, 184IS , be rescinded, and that, until further orders, the following rates of allowances to witnesses, summoned to attend the Supreme Court, Courts of Assize, and Courts of Quarter Sessions, throughout the colony, shall be revived from Ist January next. i. To a witness, not being a constable, a mounted policeman, a soldier, or a convict, there shall be allowed sixpence for cvery mile beyond five miles he may reside from the Court as travelling ex penses, and two shillings and eightpence for each day's attendance at any of the said Courts; but no allowance whatever shall be made to any wit ness residing within five miles of the Court he may be summoned to attend. 2. To constables, if their residences be situated at a distance of more thau seven miles from the place where the Court is held, there shall be allowed the sum of fourpence ...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29. POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

-o- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29. POSTAGE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th December, 181G.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the publication, for general infor mation, of the accompanying copy of a letter from the Secretary to the General Post Office, to the Post master-General of this colony, explaining the regu lations under which letters from New South Wales conveyed to the Indian Ports by the Sydney Packets, will be transmitted to England, and the rates of postage chargeable on such letters. (cory.) General Post Office, 25th August, 1846. SIR,--I am directed by the Postmaster-General to inform you, that the last homeward mails from New South Wales were landed at Calcutta, and for warded thence to this country via Marseilles, and that the correspondence brought by these mails was consequently charged with a postage of 2s. 2d. for each letter under a quarter of an ounce, whereas if the nails had been forwarded via Southampton, the letters would have been lia...

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City Council. TUESDAY, DEC. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

CE1i Gaoicll, -o TUESDAY, DEC. 29. Present, the - Right Worshipful the Mayor ; Al dermen Flood, Macdermott, Thurlow, Wilshire' Allen; Councillors Fisher, Moir, Smidmore, Hyndes, Hill, Owen, Titterton, Josephson, Jenkins, Iredale, Brown, Egan, Wilkie, Cowlishaw, Agars, Sillitoe, May, Little, and Driver. The Town Clerk read the minutes of the last meeting, purporting to be held on Monday, the 21st December. Alderman TnvuaLow contended that as the meeting was held to be informal ab initio there could be no minutes, if there were no meeting. A long and stormy discussion ensued .on this point, in which various points of order rose ad infinitum, but it was ultimately settled by the MA0on deciding that he could not put any'resolution referring to the previous meeting, but that Ihe would sign the minutes, with the view of giving an op portunity for his decision on the legality of the previous meeting being'brought before the Council. LEAVE OF AOSENCL;. Leave of absence was granted to Counci...

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EXPLORING EXPEDITION UNDER SIR THOMAS MITCHELL. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 30th December, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

EXPLORING EXPEDITION UNDER SIR TIHOMAS MITCHELL. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th December, 1816. With reference to the Despatches published on the 7th instant, reporting the progress made by the expedition under the command of Sir. T. L. Mitchell, in exploring the Overland Route to Port Essington, his Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the following further De spatch on the same subject. By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS :HOMSON.

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DEFEAT OF THE GODLESS COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

I)EFEAT OF THE GODLESS COLLEGES. (From the 7'Iblet.) The news, not of the week, nor of the month, nor of the year, but (speaking of Ireland) of the century, and its consequences extentling considerably beyond the century, is the glorious intelligence just come from Rome of the total and absolute condemnation of the Godless Colleges. It is even so. It could be no better, it is no worse. 'rhe Cardinals to whom the consideration of the Infidel scheme was referred, after due deliberation upon the matter, have come to a hearty, unequi vocal, and nnanimous decision against these vile infamous-we were going to say establisrhments; but, thank God, establis/hed they are not; they are iaculrsed and condemned for ever. The 13th of July, 18?G, is memorable by being the day of this all-important decision. On that day the Cardinals unanimously made a report hostile to ,the Colleges, and on the Sunday following-that is the 10th Iuly-their report was to receive the :formal sanction of the Pope, whi...

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No. 3. Camp by Snodyrass Layoon, 14th December. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

No. 3. Cramp by S,nodyrass Lagcoon, 14th December. 1846. SIR, - l have the honor to inform your Excel lency, with reference to the last part of my second Despatch, that I found tile country between the Balouine and tile Gwyder extremely favorable for uniting the line of the Exploratory Route I have just closed here, with that I extended from Liverpool Plains in 1831. I found the Mooni River at about twenty miles from the Balonne, passing over a country wholly covered with barley grass (Panicurn laivinode), and almost as soon as we made the Moqni Ponds, we met withi cattle stations. Heavy rains then set in, which not only rendered it impossible for the party to proceed for seventeen days -but by raising the waters of the Moeni, obliged me to remove my.camp to the top of a sandhill, and to throw up a dam, by which I suc ceeded in covering my line of retreat from inunda tion. I quitted the banks of tile Mooni on the 7th inst., and encamped in long. 140O 11' east, lat. 28 a 44' 40" sout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

OFFICES TO LET. T O LET, in King-street East, within one minute's wall .of the Supreme Court, I Offices suitab!e for a Barrister or Attorney. Apply i at 133, King-street East. A ON NEW YEAR'S DAY WAS PUBLISHED, 1OW'S City and District of Sydney A DIRECTORY: l'rice Five Shillings. To o be had only of the Compiler, or at his Residence, 11, Domain Terrace, and at Messrs. Kern and Mader's Bookbinding and Stationery Warehouse, 7, lHunter-street. 4000 BONNETS. P RS. S HAI{KEY has just opened, ex S late arrivals Six cases Tuscan Bonnets Six cases Dunstable ditto Two ditto Youths' Tuscan IIsts Two ditto ditto Dunstable ditto Two ilitto Leghorn ditto - T Two ditto newest style Rice Straws, Bedfurds,A French Furls, and Fancy Bonnets. I! A large assortment of Rich Bonnet Ribbons and(j Trimmings. 134, George-street South, Near the Ilay Market. i N.B.-Bonnets cleaned and altered in the best manner, on moderate terms. 4061 0 MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4rn, 1817. TEA FESTIVAL. tl ---__. !d ST. PATRIC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

Oý'Tt? U fcouTRY SUB ? T 'the commencement of the New ear we feel it to be our duty-a -duty which justice towards ourselves, as well as towards our paying subscribers, compels us to discharge-to call upon those of our subscribers who are in ar rears with their subscriptions, to pay the same imnwediately. Many of these indivi iluals are upwards of twelve and eighteen months in arrear, and as it cannot reason ably be expected that we should provide them with the current news of the day, with out being remunerated for the expense and trouble we have to undergo, we shall with out further ceremony sue such defaulters indiscriminately, and without further notice, unless their arrears are discharged within one month from the present date. We have no notion, even could we afford it, of supplying a newspaper for the pur ,pose of gratifying the tastes of those who are either too dishonest or too thoughtless Co pay for it. Such patronage as that of the parties to whom we allude, does us more h...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1847. NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1847.—THE YEAR 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

THE -SYDNEY CHRONICLE. BSATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1847. NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1847.-THE YEAR 184G. ALTouvon.neither in the moral government nor in the natural phenomena of " this -globe which we inhabit," one day is marked by any distinction from another, yet such divisions of time as chronology and history have established are essential to the ad vancement of knowledge amongst mankind, and the right conduct of human affairs. This day ushers in one of those grand divisions which all Christendom acknow ledges as most useful and important. It is the commencement of a new year, dating "from the birth of our blessed Lord, one ....thousand .eight hundred and forty-seven, 1847. May it be fraught with multifold' blessings to the human race ! Pausing here to take a retrospective view of the year which has just closed, we find it to have been distinguished by as .many great changes and memorable inci. dents as any that have been recorded in the .preceding annals of the family of man. Confining, however...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

TO OCRREI PONDENTS. IVEaPOOL STREET.-Tho party to whom you allude is the identical 9entleian who figured so -reditably in the case of the Cartuhaginian, and for whose kind, considerate, and Jhumane treatment of Anne Bolton, an immigrant by said ship, His Honor Mr. Justice Burton sentenced him to six months' imprisonment at Keck's Hotel. Yet, mirabile dictu, he has been elected a district surgeon by the Sydney -Infirmary ! " Sed miracula nunquam cessabunt."

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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

SIHIPS IAILS. Mails will be cloaul at the Post Oflice as ful lowS : Foa CrlN.a.-By the Marchioness of Douro, at 0 this evening. Fon ENGLAND.-BIy theo larchloness of Douro, (per overland route), at G this evenilng; by the Hereford, at 6 this evening ; and by'theo 'rafalgar, (P.O.P.) on the 10th instant. ... Foa AucKLANI.--By the Thonmar Lord, this evening at G. Fou IlouAau Tow.v.-By the IVaterlily, on Monday evening at U. Foa hMELDouaNa AND LAunNc~sTon.--U y the Shamrock steamer, and Tuesday evening at half past 4. Foa ADC LAIDn.- By the Maaeppa, on Tuesday evening at 6.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

1i PORTS. December 29.- Evweretta, barque, 350 tons, Captain Darley, fromn London : 119 casks, 9000 countess slates, 0000 duchess slates, 13 cans, 30 bexes, 1777 deals, 80 kegs painters colours, 14 sheets 'lead, 20 casks Roman. cement, 100 casks bottled beer, 167 casks beer, W. C. Buotts; 1 box, A. Emanuel; 2 boxes, Edye Manning; 1 box, W. M. Manning; 23 bales, 27 cases, 207 casks bottled ,beer, T. Smith andLCo. ; 20 hogsheads beer, 8 casks Spanish wine, 20 casks B.1'. rum, 70 casks beer, W. Tucker and Co.; 2 cases, J. Dillerwell; 10 cases, 14 bales, 30 hogsheads beer, It. Ramsay and Co.; 5 tierces bottled cider, 10 cases copper, 13 casks bottled beer, t1 bundles, 3. Darley ; 9 cases Spanish wine, 10 cases Portugal wine, A. Kellie; 2 cases, L. Samuels ; 35 casks B.P1'. rum, Grilliths, Fanning, and Co.; 200 casks beer, Smith and Campbell; 15 cases, 19 bales, Order.

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

[CORRECTED U;P TO LAST EVENINGI.. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. £ s. d. £ s. d. Flour, fine, per 1001bs. .. 0 11 -0 to 0 13 0 Ditto, seconds, ditto .. .. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, ration, ditto .. .. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 e Bread, per 21b. loaf .. 0 0 3 ... 0 0 0 Biscuit, fine, per cwt, .. 0 14 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, second, ditto ,. .. 0 12 0 .. 0 00 Hay, perton .. . 3 5 0 .. 5 5 0 Ditto, retail, per cwt... 0 3 6 .. 0 5 0 Wheat Straw, per cwt. . 0 2 0 .. 0 3 0 Fodder, per dozen .. . 0 0 7 .. 0 0 8 Bedding, per load .. .. 0 3 0 .. 0 6 0 Wheat, Colonial, per bushel 0 3 0 0 4 0 Barley, ditto, ditu .. .. 0 0 0.. 0 0 0 Ditto, Cape, dittb .. .. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 O.ts, per bushel, wholesale 0 4 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto. ditto, red1 .. .. 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Maize, ditto, wholesale .. 0 2 0 .. 0 3 8 Ditto, ditto, retail .. .. 0 3 0 .. 0 8 6 Bran, per busl~ .. .. 0 1 3.. 0 0 0 IUTCDHEIRS' MEAT. Beef, carcass, per lb... . 0 0 1.. 0 0 0 Ditto, per joint, ditto .. 0 0 2 .. 0 0 2 Mutton, carcaass, ditto .. 0 0 1.. 0 0 1 Ditto, per jo...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

IUtpptng *nittllttgencc. -0 ARRIVALS. December 29.-Gratitude, American ship, 337 tozns, Captain Willcox, from the Whaling Grounds, having left Oahlcn the 17th November last. 31.-Star of China, schooner, 101 tons, Captain Wood, from Port Nicholson tho 7th, and Nelson the 15th December. Passengers - Messrs. Tuckett, Belt, lair, Peacock, Mackie, Jones, Smith, James, Johnson, Miss Flower, and Mrs. Lodge and three children.

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Survey Office. Brisbane, 16th December, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

Survey Off?ce, Brisbane, 10th December, 1846. Sma,-I have the. honor to report to you, for the information of his Excellency the Governor, that in furtherance of his Excellency's desire, as communi cated to me by your letter of the 2Sth October, No. 46-339, 1 proceeded in company with Mr. Assistant Surveyor Burnett (who, on my arrival at this place on the 5th ultimo, expressed his willingness to forego for a time his leave of absence) to trace the watercourses originating in the range of mountains between the heads of' the Condamine River, and the coast at Wide Bay, and leading northerly in a direction supposed to be that of the Boyne River, which river it was proposed to follow down as far as practicable towards navigation, in order to open a communication by land between this country and the principal settlement in North Australia, now in course of, formation, and for other purposes con nected with the interests of both Colonies under his Excellency's Government; and 1 have the ho...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th December, 1846. RIVER BOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th December, 1846. RIVER BOYNE: Ils Excellency. the Governor has been pleased to direct that thie following Letter from the Deputy Surveyor General, reporting the result of his Expe dition to exploro the course of the Boyne River, be published for general information. By His Excellencj's Command, E. D EAS TJIOMJSON.

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Ireland. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

3idau b. , -o LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. (From the Tablet, August 8 ) At the meeting on Monday, the chair was tLken by Mr. Daniel O'Connell, jun., M. P. for Dundalk. lie accepted the chair as a compliment to the noble electors of that borough who had so managed their organlsation that even the shadow of opposition was scared away. Thety had elected him, not for his 'own merits, but as a Repealer and the son of O'Connell. They had all decl.arel for moral force, and so had the people on all sides, from Dundalk to Drogheda, hailing him as he passed with cheelrs for " Old Ireland and Repeal!" It was to those meni of God-- the Catholic Clergy-that was due the people's determination to work out in peace the principles of moral force and Repeal. Mr. Ray having read the minutes. The Liberator handed in £74, with the following lhtter, from thie Right Rev. the Bishop of Ardagh : " Ballymahson, July 31. " Dear Liberator-I have been requested by the priests whose names are annexed to fo...

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