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

AGJENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GOULBUIN---MR. C~nxeV. BEaIUM.A--Ma. I3. M'MAHON. PArnraoy-MaR. J. O'SUIVAN. w PARRARAaTTA -MR. P. CARDIFF. PORT rAIILLIP -Ma. .J. Th'LLaN. \VOLLONUONQ-M-SR. Tion.Aa ifowLRS,. B3aTRvnsrT-iUn. T. JoN~s. QuEA~anBBAN-MR. J. J. 'WRIGIT. MAITLAND-MRl, T. MAIotNY. CA MPDULLTOWN, Cc.-MR. MI'AL3sTER> I'JNDoa-MI1. JA5MES CAsaInV... IP'Efl1Tfl-Mfl. JAMES MI'CAIU'HY . .IEaNY'a PL.\AIN-MaI . .1. J. HiAawua, BasNoONIA-Min. EIWAvhD Hunpse.s AnDEaLA-M-I R. JOHN NOWLAND' YAis-M-n. C. RoriamE. (ioNr-Mia. JouN MvaruY t Fy CLAnrEn-o Tow1N AND DUNQOG -hilt.; Di-iv ML Tn:aNi .r 1'uisiwd in ite United Kingdom, by MaR. JONNS, 03, lPAT sNOSTERRwOW, LoaNDrn. Mn. W. .r. B Trnnsxw, LO, Esamx-nawDOz,PAL* LIAMELINT-STREET, DuaLIN'. Priiitc'd tor thn Piop petnr by EDWARD JOHN -AWIKS. LET, no' Irlli c, fIu the County ot Cculnbcackcccd acid pub. li~i'NI ty hn rct th c' ('h,roclr Ontlc, No. 113, Kinglcarect I-t, :;rdlory, N. i. r:'Ic WJrc-Raccrdor, Tanuary '. /

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

I'MPOUNDINGS. Braidwood, on the 21st December, from the estate of D. F. Coghill, Esq., J.P.- brown bullock, WD on rump, D on thigh off side. Yellow heifer, branded .,j over T rump milking side ; red and white spotted poley cow, branded F on shoulder, like 6 on rump milking side, both ears slit, a white male calf by her side, unbranded. Also, on the 24th of De cember-red cow, stump tail, both ears slit,-branded DL on each rump. If not claimed to be sold on the 18th January. [10s. 3d. St. Aubin's Pound, Scone, on the 5th Dccmbcr, from Puen Bun--strawberry heifer calf, if branded not legible, 0 months old ; red and white heifer calf, no brand legible, 3 months old; strawberry cow, branded CD near rump and ribs, slit oel ear, ille gible brand off ribs, a heifer calf by her side ; black and white cow, branded CB near rump and ribs, CWC with WT under near rump; red and white heifer calf, no brand legible; damages 3d. each. On the 1-2th December, from Puen Burn-red and white spotted cow, b...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. TUESDAY, DEC. 29. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

SUPREME COURT CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. TUESDAY, DEC. 29. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY. Ann Badkin, was indicted for having at Pen rith, on the 1st June, 1844, feloniously received thie half of a promissory iote for £10 sterling, the pro perty of John Cunningham M'Laren, well knowing the same to have been stolen. The information con tained two other counts, by one of which the pri aonor was charged with receiving half of-.;a bank note, and by the other with .receiving a piece of paper, valued at one shilling. Mr. Holroyd appeared for the prisoner. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and the prisoner was discharged. SHOOTING WITH INTENT TO MURDER. Daniel Deering Matthews, was indicted for having at Lane Cove, on the 4th October, 1846, fired at one William Booker with intent to murder him. A se cond count of the indictment, charged the prisoner with having fired at Booker with intent to do him some grievous bodily harm. Mr. Holroyd appeared for the...

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

Ti-aru (ra t. -o A wa:g of an apothecary at Was2iington, on being aipplied to for ao emetic for a member of Congrcss, senit Iuiii a plhinl, labrlled, " Compound extract of on Orrjon epeccia.'' FEARFUL SIrUATION.-A Mr. Gray, of Provi dence, painter of the Congregational mceting house, in Kingston, Rhode Island, a few days ago, ascended the steeple, to take off the vane for gilding, and having left the ladders, climed the iron spire to the distance of 12 or 13 feet above, relying upon the ball half way up the spire to -rest his feet on, and from which position he could take the vane off with his right hand. 'While he was in the very act, the ball on which his feet rested gave way, and ran down the spire. At this moment he was raising the vane over the end of it; as he did so, the spire grow ing smaller, made a convenient place for his thumb to keep the balancer in the gudgeon bore, when the ball gave way under him and sank. The vane falling stuck with his thumb in the gudgeon bore, he...

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MOVEMENT OF THE PROTECTIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

MOVE.MENT OF TIIE PROTECTIONISTS. (From the otoning Chr/oaiclc, Sept. 2.) As the incredible looking statement which has for dotie dlays past appeared in our advertising columns, relative to the danger now impending over the metropolitan and certain county- constituencies, may not hanve rcaught the eyes of some readers, anld mnay have struck others as too tnonatrous for literal belief' we feel bound to assure the public that -It is all true. Defeated in Parliament, and disowned alike by tie statesmanship and the common sense of the country, the Protectionists are trying wholesale disfranchise ment by form of law; and, unless they meet with a more systematic and vigorous resistance than we have as yet had tie pleasure of hearing of, they will succeed. Trusting to the chances of distance, illness, business, or indolence disabling or indisposing men from defending their franchise,"" Conservative As sociations" are everywhere undermining the con stituencies by reckless and random objecti...

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

"The Sydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesdoy and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South {Vales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in Bngland, Scotland, and ireland.- The fluarters end on t/ie 31i1 Marci 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.--Adertisers should mark on each advertisement the nuber of ineertions required; oherwise they. are continued til uner Orders t discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday. and Friday; but new advertisements are received till six a'cl ck aon the evening before publication.-Al instructions m rust be given in writing, and arj letters tios Ordrs w--J lll li - I ll '4 I l • H I I I ~ ? :l i " ' ? lll I I Il I " '••. NOTICE. T HE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, and the Public in general, are respect fully informed, that the following rules ...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

NOTES OF THE WEEK. (From the Tablet, August 22.) We have seen the exultations and rejoicings that attend the first demonstration of the just, rational, and merciful disp.?itions of his present Holiness, but we have not yet seen the labours and successes which those rejoicings seem to usher in. The triumph has come first, the victory has yet to make its appearance. We feel habitually distrustful of the great successes that usher themselves in with noisy congratulations, and proclaim the wonders that are to be. A reign that begins with universal joy sometimes ends in the saddest disappointment. The very extravagance of the hopes excited at the outset renders their fulfilment impossible. creates ample and most unnecessary materials for future discontent, and that whilch was sweet in the mouth too often becomes bitter in lthe belly. At the present moment, to judge from the letters written from the Holy City, everything at Rome is coalestr de rose. Everything appears gay, hope ful, nay, ...

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

DEPARTUBBr. December 29I.-Skerne, brig, Captain Blanchle, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mressrs. John Camp bell, W. J. hart, Gringer. M1r. nad Mrs. Sheridan and six cahildren, Mrs. Blamin, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons. 29.-Sovereign, stcamer, Captain Cape, for More- ton Bay. Passengers-Mlessrs. Herbert, King, aMocatta, Davis, White, Yates, Toole, Mrs. P'ugh, .Mrs. Toole, and Mrs. Sugdcn. 29.- l1'illian the Fourth, steamer, Captain Tag gart, for Boyd Town. Passengers-M-r. and Mrs. Thomas, Messrs. Wood, IIure, Dimnmuck, Mrs. Hurst, and Mrs. O'Mara.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

IPARDOo.--IIis Excellency the Governor has directed it to be notified, that the Right lion. the Secretary of State for the Colonies. has trans. mitted in his despatch No. 23 of the 20th August, 1846, a pardon which her Majesty has been gra ciously pleased to grant to William Dodd, (who was tried at Coventry, 1820,) on condition of his not returning to the United Kingdom. FEMALE FACTORY.- His Excellency tho Governor has directed it to be notified, that after the 1st January next, no more washing will be taken in at the Female Factory, at Parramatta, from Sydney. Sia TbouMAs MITCIIELt.-'Wo are happy to state that Sir Thomas Mitchell arrived in Sydney on Thursday evening, in good health and spirits. Mit. COM~IlssIOsNEo R KEnnU-This gentle man is abott to proceed to England on leave of absence; and in the mean time the office of Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates is to be filled by Edwin Suttor, Esq., barrister at law. AusTRALIAN MIeDICAL JouRNAL.-Owing to the late hour at which we...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 January 1847

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER-20. Be?ore the Chief Cornmmissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of William Grinsell Burgess, a second meeting was held, at which Thomas Farrell proved a claim for £110 Its. 3d. The hearing of a claim made by . Pits and Preston was ordered to stand over till the third meeting. In the estate of William Dolan, a second meet ing was held, at which Charles Johnston proved a claim for £16 18s. Sd. The meeting was then adjourned till Monday, the It. "ay of January, 1847. WEDNESDAY, DEC! 30. In the cst'to of J. and II. MAoo Ie, a special meet ing was held, at hlch the following claims were proved :-George Elder, 27;. 8s. Od. ; Matthew Gregson, 751. In the estate of James SaSt, an adjourned single meeting was held, at which Isaac Ecekett proved a claim for 491. 17e. lid.; John Lord, 101. Gs. lid.; Rowand, Macnab, and Co., 501. Os. 10ld. In the estate of John Adcock, a single meeting was held, and claims proved by S. Maberly, 61 2s.; Joseph Pettin...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. ACTS OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

berbtot tten t 4~a Ctte, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. ACTS OF .COUNCIL. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colonies has intimated in his Despatch, under date the'6th August last, that her Majesty has been graciously pleased to approve and confirm the undermentioned Acts, passed by the Governor and Legislative Council, in the 9th year of her M\ljesty's Reign, viz : 9rn VecroarA. No. I.-" An Act for adopting an Act of tile Im perial Parliament, intituled * An Act for consoli dating and amending the Laws against Offences relating to the Coin.' " (21st August, 18S5.) No. 2.-" An Act to adopt an Act for more elrect ually preventing Embezzlement by persons em played in the Public Service of Her Majesty in tile the Colony of New South Wales." (28th Au gust, 1845.) No. 3.-" An Act to adopt an Act of the Imperial Parliament, intituled ' An Act to abolish the Punishment of Death in cases of Forgery.'" (2Sth August, 1845.) No. 4...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY, JAN. 4. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY, JAN. 4. Before the Chief Commissioner. -PRooP OF CLAIMS. An adjourned second meeting was held in the estate of William Dolan, which was again adjourned intil Thursday, -the 14th instant, at half-past 11 o!cluck, a.m.

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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

NEW rNso.LVENTS. January '2. John Macdermott, of Parramatta. street, Sydney, late a publican. Debts, 3061. As sets, outstanding debts, 301.; balance deficiency, 2761. 'John Walker, official assignee. 'Raphael Clint, of No. 457, George-street, Syd ney, engraver. Debts, 1011. 6s. 2d. Assets, per sonal property, Gil.; outstanding debts, 81.; balance deficiency, 321. 6s. 2d. Edward Knox, official assignee.

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COMMITTAL FOR FRAUDULENT INSOLYENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

COMMITTAL ''FO 'VRAUDULBNT INSOLYENCY. Michael Gannon appeared before the Chief Com missioner, who delivered the following decision in his case. This was a compulsory application, under the 21st section of the Act, whereby Michael Gan non had been examined touching his certificate. The examination and evidence being concluded, Mr. Fisher, on behalf of the assignee and creditors, moved that the certificate'should not only ,be re fused, but that tihe said Michael Gannon should be committed to gaol till the next sittings of the Judges in the Insolvency Jurisdiction, or that he should be held to bail. Mr. Fisher moved on the following grounds, viz., that the insolvent has not made a full and fair disclosure of his alfairs and estate-that lie as made away with his property unjustifiably, and that hlie, being a person in trade, had not kept a treasonable account of his receipts and payments. Mr. Foster appeared for the insolvent, and attempted to show-that all the acts.of the insolvent we...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

* WEEKLY METR lIO-LOGICAL 1ABLB. SVUIaTION 0 TTUIR URN808Wtfl..UYE - Y IM.17'N.I K.' WIND. 'W N&aTicu ..DRc. 30 774 .8 705 S.W. I loudy ltohunsA *... 31 70 80 78. N.B. Ditto RI'81T ........ JAE. 1 71 8177N. .. Ditto 'BAooY * ....1...0. 2 0 84 N.E. Ditto 8080T..... ..... 70 3.170 173 1701 8.W. I Itainy tOltIAV..m......... A"7I 75 70 N.E. Clear TuKODAY .,,5..... 1-70,8482 N.E. Ditto 'Men tetoperatore; 770.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

NOTICE. S UBSCRIBERS in the City wishing to discontinue taking this Journal, must vend a written notice to that effect to the office of publication, and pay up all arrears, as the slightest attention will not be paid to any notice given to the Collector. Mi. D'ARCY. ;,lVIonicle Office, Jan. 4, 1847.

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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

SHIF9 MAILS. Mails will be closed at the Post Office as'fi-" lows - aIoa ADELAIDB--By the Mczeppa, this evening, at 6 o'clock. FoR CiteA--By the Marclhioness qof Douro, (per overland route), on Saturday evening next; and by the Trafalgar (P.O.P.) on the 9th instant, Ut 6. FoR Poar NsCiOLsoN--By the Comet, this even ing, at 6.

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

CLBARANCES. January 4.-Draper, American ship, Captain Lawton, for the South Sea Fishery. 4. Thomas Lord, schooner, Captain Osborne, for 'Auckland. IPasssengers-Dr. Knight, Mrs. Knight, and two children, Lieutenant Johnson, Mr. Heather, Mr. Sanctuary, and Mr. M'Cann. 4. Lord Auckland, barque, Captain. Brown, for North Australia. Passengers-Coloneland Mrs. Bar ney, two daughtersand son, Miss Stdkes, Capt. Day, Mrs. Day, three sons and three daughters, Mr. lec rewether, and two servants, Mr. Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and two children, Mr. Darling, Mr.. Allen, Dr. Robertson, MiA. and Mrs. M'Nelsh, and three children, Mrs. Vellier, Messrs. W. Thew."W: Carney, A. Cook, T. Shaddock, J. Ruter, C. Jonies, W. Rowell, C. Smith, J. garrison, 22 rank and file of the 99th regiment, 7 women,and 12 children.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

SDEPARTURES. January 2.- Bee, brig, Captain Addams, for Wellington, New Zealand. Passengers-Mr. Re-. binson and Mr. Macay. 4. Despatch, schooner, 137 tons, Captain.Plnat? from Port Phillip the 22nd Dccember. Y"ssfiiger -Mrs. and Miss Bliss; Mr. Brown, and Dr. Trces silian. 4. lHereford, barque, Captain Reaburn, for Lon don. Passengers-Mrs. Reaburn rind Mr. M. A. Le Mercier.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

-0 ARRInVALS. January 1.-Nathaiel P. Tallnmadge, Ame rican ship, 380 tons, Captain Mullford, from the whaling grounds, having left Cold Spring, Long Island, on the 4th June, 1815 . . I. Anan, schooner, 85 tons,.Captain Dunham, from Tahiti, the 28th November. Passengers-?. Messrs.flBrander, Bidwell, Christian, and Greena way. I. Australian, barque, 306 tons, Captain 'WilCs, from the whaling grounds. 2. Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gil more, from Moreton Bay. Passengers-seveasin the steerageo. 2. Lady Blackwood, barque, 251 tons, C aptin Cooper, from the whaling grounds. 3. Medway, ship, 053 tons, Captain J. J. Coombes, from Adelaide, the 20th December. Pas sengers-Messrs. Hart, M'Laren, Thornby, Hunt, Tingconmbe, F. Montefiore, Cressy, Mr. J. F. Ash ton, and two daughters, Miss M. Hart, Miss C. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, four daughters and son. 3. Wl'ill'am, brig, 149 tons, Captain Lovett, from Launceston December 23rd. Passsengers-Messrs. M'Intyre, Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Youn...

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