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THE AGE OF CHIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
THE AGE OF CHIVALRY. CAN ?anything shew more demonstratively than the following articles, that the age of .chivalry-the age of high and generous feeling-the age of national honor is gone ? What is the conduct of the present British ministry ? They profess to be disciples of the Pitt school-they pretend to adhere to its principles-theypretend to be foes to in novation, and .they declare in Ireland that the expression-the peaceful expression of the popular voice is a misdemeanour approach ing to treason I And with such words on their lips-with a knowledge of the wars, :slaughter, and debts incurred by England to support legitimacy, ancient rights, and .even ancient abuses in France--with the pretence on their lips that we destroyed the French marine, and French commerce, .and wholly subdued and broke French power at Waterloo; what does Sir Robert Peel (the Pittite minister) now do? Be =cause he does not think the Israelites would like to lend.eight hundred millions more, to put down t...
ENGLISH AND IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
ENGLISH AND IRISH NEWS. By the Arachne we have received English and Irish papers to the 28th November, from which we give the following summary. Her Majesty and Prince Albert were in the enjoyment of excellent health. The Duke and Duchess of Nemours had been on a visit to them at Windsor Castle. The Prince of Wales was somewhat indisposed. The State Trials of Mr. O'Connell, and the other traversers, had been 'ostponed till the 15th of January. So far have Mr. O'Connell's counsel achieved a triumph over the Attorney General. They have beaten him on every point, and compelled him even to admit that his arguments against a postponement of the trial were not tenable. The Freeman's Journal says: "The application. of. the Attorney General, which the government organ, the Packet of Thursday evening, purposely declared there were no conceivable grounds for re sisting, has proved untenable even in the opinion of the Attorney General. himself. The facts which Mr. Henn (one of the counsel for ...
Original Correspondence. CONVERSION OF TWO ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIESTS TO THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
4l0rlHg lal o?1trfpotlicncte. -0 COiVERlSTON OF TWO ltOMAN OATHOLIC PITESTS TO THB CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Mnl tEnTon--I lately perused, in the columns of the Sydney Morning Herald, an account of the conversion, in England, of a Mr. Oxley, a Iloman Catholic Priest, (and at one time of acknowledged piety) to the Church of England; and to day I have read in the same journal an account of the actual apostacy of the lIev. Waldo Sibthorpo, from the Human Priesthood to the English Church, from which he had some years ago been converted to Catholicism. If these statements be true (and that they are I can neither admit or deny, having no other authority, and of their truth being sceptical) I have little doubt but that each of those clergymen has taken unto himself a wife, but if neither has yet done so, depend upon it they both will, and shortly. Did you ever, AMr. Editor, know of, or hear of, the conversion of a Roman Catholic Priest to Pro. testantism, from Luther and Cranmer down to OUley and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
A YOUNG LADY of highly res pectable connexions, is desirous of obtaining a Situation as Govaanasa in a private family. She is competent to teach French, and the several branches of English, with plain and fancy Needle. worK. Most respectable references can be given both as to character and capability. Application by letter, addressed X. Y., at this Office, will be attended to. WANTED, A respootable young LAD, as col lecting Clerk ;'a reference as to character will be required. Apply to EDWARD RAPER, Castereagh and Ooulbnro.streets. N.B.-The public are cautioned against paying any Monies to George Moss, my late collector, on my account. f. R. Sydney, March 26th, 1844. 624 TENDERS FOR MEDICINES. T HE undermentioned DRUGS being . required for the Benevolent Asylum, tenders, addressed to the Secretary, at the Asylum, will be received from such persons as are willing to supply the same, until Monday, the let proximo. G. ALLEN, Secretary. Sydney, March 20. Potass. hydriodat. ................
RIO JANEIRO SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
RIO JANEIRO HilIPPINO. The barque Fame, Bennett, hence the 2kht August, for London, met with very heavy weather off Cape Horn, in which her decks were swept of boats, water-casks, and bulwarks. She put into Rio Janeiro, on the 26th November, in a leaky state, to be repaired. The barque Chelydra, Wishart, hence for London 27th August, had also touched there, but sailed again in November.
ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
N OLIlU SNIPPINQeg H.M.S. Vindioltiv, arrived at Gravesend on the 24th November. The Cremona put into Dartmouth on the 20th November, having encountered a gale of wind in the Channel, in which lsie sprung' hermaiu topntast. 'hu Achilles leftll the Downs, for Sydney, the same 44y a# the Arqclae. 'ho GOange would be the next vessel; to be followed shortly after by the Mary Ni?ro. T'he George IHeary Harrison was laid on at Liverpool for flobart rowni agd Sydney, The ship Johnstone was to leave Liverpool for Port Phillip and Sydney, lit December. The United Kingdom, with emigrants, for Sydney diect, was to stli on the 18th December.
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 23. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
IINSOLI'ECY BUSINESS. -o SATUIIDAY, MARCH 23. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of William Drake and Co, a special meeting s S. Rawlins and son, Birmingham, 1161 tea 4d ; Bank of Australasia, 10191 19s 4d; George Cox, as executor for the late Henry Fulton, 6721 4s 9d. In the estate of William Henry Moore, a special meeting: J. Smith, 951 3s Id; Mary Hanks, 2311 15s; J. Melville 2 I5s 2d ; H. Howell, 131 16s. In the estate of J J. Peacock a special meeting s the Australian Auction Company, 1201; the estate ot Campbell, Hill, and Company, 3161 18s 6d. An offer of 10s in the pound, payable at 9, 12, and 24 months being made, was finally accepted by the meeting. NEW INSOLVENTS. The estate of Stewart Ityrie, of the county of Murray, gentleman, was sequestrated on Monday last, on petition and affidavit, no schedule being filed. Hutchinson Bell,oflicial assignee. 'the estate of M r. Surgeon it ussell, of Pitt-street, was sequestrated on Saturday last, on petition and alfidavit. The following ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
aU)tpptuIg ftntetttgence. -. - o-· MancH 23.-From London, having left the Downs on the let December, the barque Araohns, 319 tons, Pearce, with a general cargo. Passengers Mr. and Miss Bidwell, Mr. J. iloughton, Mr. M'Donnell, and Mr John Crew. 24.-From Port Phallip and Launceston, having left the former on the 16th, and the latter on the 21st instant, the steamer Shamrock, 200 tone; Gilmore, with suadries. Passengers-Mr.and Mrs. C. Boyd, Mrs. Campbell, Dr. Robinson, Major Weotworth, Captain Mackenzio, Captain Moriarty, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Purcell, Messrs. Walkor, Kiddle, Olifant, Carfrae, Holdaworth, Brown, Campbell. Boyd; Kennedy, Xhnenes, Crispin, Lloyd, Cornwall, Cubbard, Thomson, Wood, and Damen. 04.-From Port Macquarie, having left on Friday, the steamer Mqlgitand, Parsons, with 04 bales of wool, &c. Passenger Mr. P. Cohen.
THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
THE MORNING CHRONICLE IEED1NTESDA Y,.MAIRClf 27, 1844, '* Pe just asd fear not: Let all the ends ltou aim'st at be thy country.', Thy God's, nd truth's." Bhaukpeare. -O'CONNELL-TIHE STATE TRIALS. TilE Australian gives in his Mondays num ber, an article from the Times on the "'State Prosecutions" in Ireland, which he (the Australian) with much gravity and complacency says, "we earnestljr reiom mend to those of our readers who are in fected with the mania of Repeal." This editorial article so earnestly recom mended hly the Australiajt to his readers is, in our conception, one of the most base, infamous, execrable tirades of calumnious falsehood against Ireland and the Irish people, that we have known put forth, even ley that most scurrilous of anti-Irish papers, the London Times. We are only astonished that any editor in this colony should display the bad taste, of republishing the vile, filthy, and hundred times refuted calumnies. The Times talks of the union of forty years standing....
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) SECOND LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMTE, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
IL.TTELIB ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from ourletL) SECOND LETTER. MoNlraun La Conora, In regard to the punishment of burning, this again, however horrible, was stilt a universal practice. Without referring to the Roman laws, which sanctioned it, we find that all nations pro. nounced it against such great crimes, as violated the most sacred laws of religion. Thus, throughout Europe it was the custom to burn for sacrilege, parricide, and high treason. This latter crime was, according to the principles of jurisprudence then adopted, divided into two parts, divine and humanr high treason. Every great and enormous crime against religion was considered, as an aset of hiigh treason against God, which, therefore, could not be less severely punished than the offence of high treason against man. And hence the custom of burning hereelarclhs, and obstinate heretics. The fact is, that in all ages, there are certain general notions and ideas, which possess and draw men after them, and whose w...
WHAT WAS ROBESPIERRE? [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
WHAT WAS ROBESPIERRE? Wiio and what was Robespierre, is but very little known as yet: all we certainly know of him is, that he was Maximilian Robespierre, a native of Arras, an avocat, and Deputy to the Convention : but of his talents, his vices, his virtues, the qualities of his mind, or even his eloquence (which one might hope would be- decided by this time) nothing is certainly agreed on. All of the Burke, and Pitt, and English Tory school, represent him as no orator, but an incarnate demon, who by some spell, by which he led the Jacobin Club, through them, moved the Convention at his will. The Republican party of French, on the other hand, extol him in the highest terms -they laud his disinterestedness-the sim plicity and moderation of his personal expenses-his zeal-his energy--his elo quence, and extraordinary talents as a statesman. We live too near his time to be able to see his character in its true colours, through the mist of prejudice raised by his ad versaries on one sid...
THE REV. W. SIBTHORP. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
i THE REV. W. SIBTHORP. Tn?nU is a great fuss nade in the Herald and other. papers, about the supposed re turn of the above reverend person to the English church. We said, and we still say and think, that a great deal more has been said about that very weak and vacillatihg man than such a character deserves. If he, or any other, not distinguished by high mental attainments, like Schlegel, or Stolberg, or Miller, or Haller, should return to the one fold of Catholic truth, we think it quite enough to mention it simply, without any flourishes: and if one of them, per chance, should be a weak-minded man like Mr. Sibthorp, and get sorry for losing the easy, flowery road to heaven he once enjoyed, to tread the rough and thorny path the Catholic Church points out; and looking back should forsake the qualis ab incepto, and return into thie lap of ease, (which is very natural,) it would. surprise or trouble nobody. It is amusing, however, to see how these worthies who speak of Mr. Sibthorp, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
'The Mfortlitg' Chronicle" is published twice a week, on IYednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and.Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30thiJune, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers, can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement -the. number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter qdvqrtisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received lill six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all lers post paid. NOTICE. I tyiR. PETER CARDIFF has boon .LJ appointed Agent for the " Chro. niclo" in the district of Parratnatta, and all parties indebted to that Journal are reques...
CHINA SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
QnINA BIIIPPINQ. The French frigates Cleopatra and Brigona, from Manilla, arrived at Hongkong on the 22nd October ; the latter sailed again for France via Manilla on the 9th December. The barque British Isle, hence 20th August, arrived at Hongkong 21st October, and left there again for Macao and Manllla on. the 29th. The Cacique lett for the Sandwich Islands 4th October. The Anita and Velocipede, from Manilla, arrived at 1losgkong the 19th October. HM.O.S. Cleopatra also arrived 'there from Manilla on the20th Octoberand the Fairharbadis?, from the same place on the 29th. - ,The- Begalsre,--frocm. HobarLt.Towl; .?avwed .at: Hongkong the 6th November. H.RiM.S. Coimwallis and Dido were to m?il for Manilla and Bombay the 12th December. .On the 10th November, there were 128 sail of British merchantmen in the Chinese waters, which in the aggregate amounted to' 49,525 tons, among which were the William Jardine, Willioam fltclell, Posthumous, John, Brewer, No fatl, Gilbert, Thomas Arbathnot...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 March 1844
ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN IAAIfTLAND. Tie Festival of St. Patrick, the glorious Apostle of Ireland, being celebrated on Monday the 18th instant, the members of St. John's Total Absti. nence Society, West Maitlland, held their quarterly tea party at their new "' Temple of Con'ord," which has been now completed, and in a most substantial and commodious building, having a very respect. able appearance, and reflects great credit upon all the members of the society, especially upon those more immediately concerned in its erection, At about twelve o'clock, the members assembled at the "Temple," where they were met by their President" the Rev. J. F. Lynch, who briefly ad. dressed them, and they then formed into procession and walked through the town. The procession was conducted with great order and regularity, and pre. sented a most respectable appearance, being accom. panied by a band and a number of banners. After the processlon, the members returned to the Temple, and were again addressed b...