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FATHER IGNATIUS (THE HON. AND REV. MR. SPENCER) IN LIMERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

FATHER IGNATIUS (THE HON. AND REV. MR. SPENCER) IN LIMERICK. {From the Limerick Reporter.) ? This distinguished Missionary preached in St.' Michael's parish chapel, Limerick, oil Wednesday, infurtherance of his great project for the conversion of England to the Roman Catholic Faith. The hour of the sermon was announced by the tolling of the chapel bell, and in a very brief period a large congregation had assembled. The Rev. gentleman appeared in the simple habit of his order, with which he is constantly clad, whether in his convent or on journeys — a long black soutan, reaching to the ground, and having white crosses on the breast and back, a small capote of black on his shoulders, and sandals to his feet. After spending a few mo ments in prayer at the foot of the altar, the Rev. ] gentleman ascendad the steps, and, divesting him- ! self of the capote, proceeded to address the congre- ! gation. He said lie had again come amongst 'them to gain soldiers for the crusade for the convers...

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Ireland. SCIENTIFIC FARMING BY PEASANT PROPRIETORS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

Ireland. SCIFNTIFIC FARMING BY PEASANT PRO PRIETORS. (3-om ihe Tablet.) Since the League commenced its operations, we have rarely taken tip a newspaper in which we have not found an article or paragraph containing something directed against the claims put forth by the Conference, and requiring a longer or a shorter reply. Waiting a more methodical exposition of the principles of the League, we shall deal at once, and from time to time, with a few of these statements which happen to be immediately under our hand. In the Times of last Thursday (5th instant), in an article on ' Free Trade,' considered as the starting point of a new era, we find a paragraph which seems intended to have as distinct an appli cation to the land system of this country as of finer land, and which being altogether fallacious, we think it well to answer : — ' The land thus looked upon as simply a valuable capability requires, in order to be made useful, much skill, capital, and industry, and they who apply the...

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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. Mb. Daniel Donovan— King^street, Dr. Vaughan — Miller's Paint. Mr. M. Dalton — George«street South. Me. Philup Walsh— Parramatta-street, Mr. Molrooney -South Head Road. COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide ? Mr. Michael D'Aacv. Appin — Mr. John Dwyer. Bathurst— Mr. James S. Freeman. Berrima— Mr T. D. O'Sullivan. Brisbane — Mr. Haynes. Buneadore — Mr. John Dwyer. Browlee — Mr. Edward Kirbt. Brisbane Water— Mr. Chas. Trbanor, Concord— Mr. John Clancy. Campbelltown— Mr. G. Plunkett. East Maitland — Mr. Thomas Ashton, : Geelong — Mr. John Mansfield. Gou-lburn— Mr. C. Fitzpatrick. Hartley — Mr. E. Moriarty. Ipswich. — Mr. Peter Dwyer. Jaroberoo and Kiatna Mr. Thomas Hanly. Kissing Point—Mr. James F. Stanley. Liverpool— Mr. Thomas Cahix... Launceston— Mr. James Madden. Maneroo.-Mr. Dugald M'DoNALD.'Cooma Melbourne— Messrs. Creqin and Moorh, Book' sellers. Newcastle.— Mr. John Rogers. Parramatta— Mr. John Joseph Mullholland. Penrith— Mr. Michael M'Namara....

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REV. ALEXANDER SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

REV. ALEXANDER SALMON. This gentleman is very anxious to enter upon a systematic controversy with us on the doctrines of the Catholic Church,— and perhaps we may have given him some reason : to think that we shall be ready to enter tho lists with iiira. We regret . that any ex pression of ours should bave led him to this supposition, or have induced him to believe that his letters 'would be inserted in our journal.' If the Sydney Morning Herald, in spite of its profession of neutrality, choose to make its columns a vehicle for attacking the Catholic Church, -we shall deem it a duty to our people to furnish them with whatever answer may seem necessary. The wide circulation of the Herald often leads us to answer what, if it appeared in an ob scure journal, or a journal confined to some particular sect, we should undoubtedly pass by unnoticed. This it was, that brought Mr. Salmon's name into the Freeman, and the same motives will determine us in deal ing with that gentleman hereafter. ...

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

MR. HUGHES, SURGICAL MACHINIST AND TRUSSMAKEB, ??:..?.? FBOM LONDON, BEG-S leave to inform the Public that his Trusses have received the ap probation of the Medical Profession, they act effec tually, are made to fit, and have, the proper pressure, which is seldom the case unless made for the patient. Instruments on improved principles, for Children suffering from weakness of limbs, spinal complaints, ltd. Chest Expanders (on a new principle) for : persons inclined to Contraction of the Chest, and ' can be worn without being perceived. Backboards ; Monitors^ Abdominal Supporters for Prolapsus Uteri ; al9o,. a Truss or Bandage for Prolapsus Ani, and the Pile*. Elastic laced Stodkings for varicoseu veins; Kneh Caps; Anklb Socks; Abdominal Belts; ' Riding Suspensories ; Crutches ; Enema and Glass Syringes ; Urinals ; Hearing Tubes ; Baby Jumpers, and a variety of other articles. A few of Carson's Patent Salting Machines. 139, King-street, East,. Near Castiereagh-street. ....:? ST.' MARY...

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

LORI? JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. Q.UE Prime Minister of Queen Victoria has given to the world a letter against Popery and Puseyism. That one in so exalted a position should take this, particular mode of conveying his opinions, to the nation, upon so grave a subject, is, in itself, not a little surprising, and is probably esteemed, even by his Lordship's friends, as a somewhat im politic procedure. But that such a letter ar the one which has called forth Sir Peter Laurie's enthusiasm, should have come from the Premier's pen, a letter which might have been written by a third-rate conven ticle-preaoher—full of common-place cant, and manifesting not only ill-temper but 111 brccdipgi— must be matter of unmixed as* tonishment to all men of ordinary prudence and good taste. , With our astonishment, however, there is mingled not a little satisfaction when we contemplate the probable results, to which this letter and the recent articles of the Times on the same subject very plainly point.* There...

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

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Six-pence eack number, 6b. per Quarter, or £ I 4s. per annum, to /? be paid in advance. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING The terms of advertising are, for each insertion :— s. d. For the first inch - -26 For every additional inch - ' ' t Advertisements must be forwarded to the Office, No. 70, Castlereagh-street, not later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday. All orders for alterations mast be sent by 2 p M. on Tuesday. It is necessary Advertisements ehould speoify on them the number of insertions required, as otherwise they will eon-, tinue to be published until countermanded. Births, marriages, and deaths will be inserted on the subjoined terms: when forwarded by a »uo acriber. free ; non subscribers, the charge will be l«. Printed and Published by James CosaaovE, for;»l-« Proprietors, at The Frebman's Journal Print ing Office, No, 70, Castlereagh-street Soutn, « thecity of Sydney, New South Walea.-ThurMtay, March 6, 1851.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 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 paper, signed by Mr. James Cosgrove, the Pub lisher. No other reoeipts 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, and even three quarters' subscription — contrary to the ex press terms of publication. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1851.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. 6 T Of the Feria, O. S. B., Sacred Heart of B. V. M., d. niaj., 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 7th. 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. d., 0. S. B., d. second class. 18 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Gabriel, Archangel, d. maj. 19 W St. Joseph, d. of second class. 20 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Cuthbert, bp. and conf. d. maj. 21 F St. Benedict, ah. d., 0. S. B., d. of first class, with Octave. 22 Sat Of the Feria, 0. S. B., of the Octave. 23...

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DISCUSSION IN THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

DISCUSSION IN THE CITY COUNCIL. A short time since, we were constrained to comment in severe terms on the disreputable :i habits and associations of certain members of that body who- play the most busy part in the civic drama performed at the theatre in York-street, some of them eminently conspicuous amongst their fellow-citizens' as Mayors, Aldermen and Justices of the Peace. The conduct which entailed this rebuke, was made known to the public by their own official documents, circulated additionally, and, we believe, at their own desire, through the medium of the newspapers. Our daily contemporary, the /Sydney Morning Herald, has also, we perceive, deemed it requisite to express in strong terms of reprobation its ssnse of the outrage to public decorum and mora^, which these civic Councillors wantonly and recklessly commit. And we regret to say that fresh occasion has arisen, for similar animadversions, since our re marks were made, in the utter neglect of the proper functions of th...

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" In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas." MORALITY AND POWER OF "THE PRESS"—LIBELS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libert as, in Omnibus Charitas.' MORALITY AND POWER OF 'THE PRESS'— LIBELS. It is universally admitted that a wellcon ducted Press is a most useful and efficacious agent for the removal of social and political abuses — for the correction of evil-doers — for the advancement of science and civilisation —for the diffusion of useful knowledge amongst the various classes of society. A fearless Press is the terror of tyrants — it op poses a salutary check to the ambitious and domineering propensities of an overbearing aristocracy, whilst it keeps within moderate bounds the headstrong and often reckless projects of an unruly, ill-directed, and un reflecting democracy. The main object of a good and patriotic Press is to endeavour to bring the various members of the body politic to -work in unison, each faithfully fulfilling its own peculiar functions, and all thus labouring to obtain one common object, the individual welfare of every member, re sulting in ...

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WHIG LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

WHT6I LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE. (From the Tablet.) The Whigs who patronised and the Libe rals who praised the Catholics of England and Ireland, are beginning to find, out that they were somewhat hasty in their unsolicited labours. Catholics are not what they took them to be as a whole, and they are learning with considerable disgust that those Catholics whom they regarded as types and specimens of their class, were either traitors to the Pope, or of no consideration among their fel.'ows. The lesson is not a very pleasant one, though. it is extremely wholesome. It is something, too, to bring down the inordi nate vanity of Whigs, and to let them know that there are some branches of useful know-, ledge which are not comprised, within the narrow limits of their shallow philosophy. The Synod of Thurles is an unpleasant fact. It reveals to the gaze of a pure Libe ral that there are some subjects which he is not qualified, and is not allowed, to discuss. Whig condescension must condescend a l...

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CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT WRITERS CONTRASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT WRITERS CONTRASTED. (From Ifaitland on the Reformation.) I eannot help thinking, that none but those who have paid some attention to the works which were written by the exiled party during the reign of Mary, — I mean the works themselves, in contradistinction to selections, extracts, modernisations, and generalising accounts, — can properly esti mate the effect which they were calculated to produce on the measures of the English government in Church and State during that period. Before, however, I come to speak particularly of these works, as regards their design and effect, I would offer a few re marks of a more general nature on the style of some of the more popular Puritan writers. It is a matter which has certainly been mis represented, principally, I believe, though not entirely, by ignorance; but it is one which, if we wish really to understand the history of the period, we must look fairly in the face. It must be considered' that those parts cf the wor...

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Government Gazette. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

-&om-vumeitt t&amte. LAND SALES. At eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 19th March, the following Town, Suburban, and Country Lois of Land will bo offered for sale by public auction, at the several places bereimder mentioned, and at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. Daposit 10 per cent. At l he Police Office, Goulburn. Special Country Lots. Georgiana. — ?!. 20 Hcres, at Cuddyong, near the head of O'uoke's Vale Creek. Ujiset price £2 per acre. Country Lots Groroiana. 2. 30 acres, at Cuttle Wolly, near the G-jiilburn and Crookweli Road, Upsel price il per acre. ; ... . At the Police Office, Broulee. St Vinck.nt. - 1. 4 acres and 12 perches, parish of Uurrowan, viilage.of Currowan, No. 7. 2. 3 acres, 3 roods, and 21 parches, same place, No. 8. 3. 3 acres, 2 roods, and 6 'perches, same place, No. 9. 4, 3 acr°s and 32 perches, same place, No. 11 : upsot price £3 per acre. 5. 1 acre, 2 rood e, and 36 perches, parish of Currowan, village of Currowan, No. 11 : u...

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

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Free man's Journal will bereceived by J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George street, Mr. John Cnrew, corner of George and Goul burn-streets, and Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta-gtreet.

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Foui/ra-*. — Fowls, la. lOd. to 2s. ; ducks, 29. ; geese , 4s. to is. 6d.; turkeys, 5a. to 73.; pigeons, 9d. per pair ; roasting pigs. 2s. each. Dairy Produce. —Salt butter, 6d. to 9d. ; fresh, la. to Is. 2d. ; cheese, 6£1. ; bacon, 7d. per 1b. ; egas, 9d. per dozen. Vegetables. — Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s.; onions, 5s. to 10s. per cwt. ; cabbages. Is. 10d. to 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, lOd. to Is. ; tnrnips, Is 6d.; parsley, 4s. ; celery, Is.; parsnips, Is. 6-i. ; carrots, Is. 6d ; pumpkins, 4s. to 4s. (id. ; vegetable marrow, is. 6d per dozen or dozen bunches ; green peas, 6s. to 7a, ; French beans, Is. 8d. to 2s. per bushel Frujt.— Lemens, 4d. , quinces, 4d. ; pears, 4d. to 9(3. ; apples, 4d. to lOd. ; bananas. Is. ; water melons, 2s. 6d. to 3s. per dozen ; peaches, Is. to 2s. per backet ; grapea, Id. to 3&d. per lb. Sundries. — Beef. f-J. to l£i. ; mutton, %i. to 1£L per lb. ; hay, £2 10s. to £5 10a. ; straw. U lOa. to - 2 per ton ; wheat, 6s. 3d. per bu...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All tetters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary 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 — 6 March 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. ..February 27. — Active, 40, Melville; Currency Boy, 41, M'Neil 5 Mary Ann, 58, Francis ; Austra lia, 45, Williams, all from Newcastle ; Traveller, 9, Edwards ; Gitana, 14, Roberts, both frem Brisbane Water 5 Young Billy, 18, Carbus, from the Hawkes hury. February 28.— William, G2, Tizard, from New castle. March 3.— Elizabeth, 32, Doyle; Scout, 23j ? Lbuther; Young Queen, .31, Thompson : Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworth ; Warlock, 43, Gibson, all .from Newcastle-; Victory, 19, Fisher; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Hazard,' 36, Cox; Ann, 10, An derson ; Sylph, 23, Lucey, from Brisbane Water. March 4. — James and Amelia, 33, Scrtibben ; Currency Boy, 41, M'Neil ; Australia, 45, Williams, all from Newcastle; Phantom, li), Settree; Cur rency .Lad, 21, Spiers, both from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 56, Sullivan, from Wollongong. ' ,

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 6 March 1851

&tHP8tag finteUigence. ARRIVALS. February 28. — George Buckbam, barque, 385 tons Captain Matches, from Melbourne the 18th February. March 1. — Liberty, schooner, 53 tons, Captain Johnson, from Wide Bay the 6th ult. March 2. — Petrel, schooner, 69 tons, Captain Wilkinson, from Honolulu the 15th January. March 2.— Monarch, barque, 314 tons, Captain Harrison, from Port Victoria the 0th ult. March 3. — Fanny Fisher, barque, 239 tons, Cap tain Harrold, from Newcastle. March 3. — Ganges, barque, 430 tons, Captain Connell, from Newcastle. March 3. — Sir John Byng, brig, 169 tons, Cap tain Thom, from Newcastle. March 3. — Effort, schooner, 47 tons, Captain Thompson, from Wide Bay the 7th ult. March 4. — Favorite, schooner, 96 tons, Captain Stericker, from Melbourne the 27th ult. DEPARTURES. March 1. — Trafalgar, barque, 528 tons, Captain Wright, for London. March 1.- — Rhone, barque, 522 tons, Captain Dennis, for the whaling grounds. March 1. — Fancy, whaling barque, 821 tons, Capta...

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

CHEAP NOVELS, TALES; R: - .. MANCfcS, &c, One Sbil ing each, or 8s. per doxen ; Alice Copley, or the devoted Spanish Page ; Amelia, by Fielding ; Arthur, by Eugene Sue ; Bachelor's Christmas, or Castle Dis mal ; the Beaxitiful Widow ; the Blind Heart, by Simms ; the Bravo of Venice ; the Brothers, or the Double Duel ; Castles of Athlyn and Dnnbayne, by Mrs. Radcliffe ; Children of the Abbey ; Conquest of Mexico, by Dr. Bird ; Coquette, or Florence de Lacy ; Count Julian, or the Last Days of the Goth; Cruise of the Mist, by J. H. Ingraham ; the Dancing- Feather, or the Amateur Freeboo ters ; Demon Dwarf, or Hans of Iceland, by Victor Hugo ; Dutchman's Fireside ; Evelyn, or a Heart Unmasked ; Fanny Campbell, the Female Pirate Captain ; Fanny Dale, or the First Year after Marriage ; Fatherless Fanny ; Forest Girl, or the Mountain Flirt ; the Fortune Hunter ; the Gipsy of the Highlands, or the Jew and . the Heir ; Heroic Maiden, by Dumas ; Horse-shoe Robinson ; Hunchback, by Vic...

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