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

COASTERS OUTWARDS. . February '27. — Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindquest ; Active, .40, Melville ; Australia, 45, Williams; Sister, 45, Hescott ; Emily, 30, Cureton ; Currency Boy, 41, ? M'Neil, all for 'Newcastle ; Young Billy, 1 8, Carbuss, for the Hawkesbury ; Traveller, , 9, Edwards ; Gitana, 14, Roberts, both from Brisbane Water..- , . . ' , February 28.— Coquette, 72, Elliott ; Mary Ann, 58, Francis ; Primus, 35, Lpvell, all for Newcastle ; Highlander, 27, Roberts, for Broulee. : March 1. — Rose, 40, Briggs, for Newcastle. . March 3. — Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworth ; Warlock, 43, Gibson ; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindguist ; Sister, 45,' Hescott, all for Newcastle ; Sylph, 23, Lucey ; Ann, 10, Anderson ; Magnet, 17, Milham ; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Victory, 1 9, Fisher, all for Brisbane Water March 4. — Currency Lad, 21, Spears ; Traveller, 9, Edwards, both for Brisbane Water ; Black Swan, 18, O'Neal ; Mermaid, 20, Campbell, both for New castle ; .William th...

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THE CHURCH IN DANGER. (To the Edithurs of the Free man's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

? THE CHURCH IN DANGER. ( To the Edithurs of the Free maitis Journal. ) Gintlemin, — Shure my frind, Misthur MacNarth, our school masthur, is'nt after reeding for me all about Alaxander the Grate Samon, an dos'nt it bate Bannahur clane out, to trawneens ? Well, faix, an' if the Church isn't in danger, now in airnest ; for Alaxander the Grate Samon, for sartain, they say, has just poked his ravurint snout — 'sweet' — but I say nothin' — clane anr comfortable, thru our net, an' see if he isn't goin- to turn out the poor Pope, an' the Bishup's, an Priest's, an1 all, an' set up for himself. Lord help us all, Gintlemin. ; sure he'll hunt every mother's skin of us, bair an' naked, I suppose, into the wild and barbarous ocent ; an' what's to become of us thin 1 wondur ? Didn't myself think, all along shure, that if I hard the Church 'twas all the same, bekays our Blessed Lord Himself (glory, honour and praise be to His Holy Name) tould us all to *? hear the Chnrch ;' but that's all priestc...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE APPLIANCES OF ENGLISH PROTESTANTISM. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal). [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

OlilG-lNAL COMliSSFONJ)Ji!N0J5. THE APPLIANCES 01? ENGLISH PBO- '^ ?TTCSTAftfTrSM. , ' (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal).. Gentlemen,— At a time when all Uatnoui uw^ are beating with a hope of a speedy return' of Eng land to the faith of ? her fathers, and every fresh ; arrival brings intelligence tending to foster that hope, it may may not be uninteresting to inquire a j little into the doings of those numerous sects whic i | are combining in an unhappy union against the | Truth, and bringing together all the means wnicu | vast resources place in their hands to oppose e ^ progress of Catholicity. I do not Kiio-r ...., consideration which places the supernatural powe oi the Church in so striking a light, as a con - . parison of the very : hiimble pecuniary means, ai mere human appliances possessed by the (/hurt, with those in the hands of the various sects Protestants in England alone. | The Methodist?, after the usual manner of lipre ^ n are split into numerous bodies. lTli...

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Comestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before S. F. MILFORD, Esq, acting Chief Commissioner Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

wonu$tu imtelligeiue* \ DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before S. F. MtwcmD, Esq., acting Chief Comrnis missinnni* nf Tnsnlvfint KstatfiS. In the estates of James Elliott, James George Hughes, Win. Hill, Edward Kennedy, and Win. Hartley, certificate meetings were held. Eo oppo sition was offered to either of the four first named, and their applications were granted. The certifi cates of Hartley was opposed on two grounds, nawely, 1. That he had omitted to keep proper books of accounts ; 2. That there was an unsatis fied judgment against him in respect of an action of crim. con. On the latter ground of objection the Chief Commissioner refused the certificate. FRIDAY. In the estate of Samuel Terry Hughes, a third meeting was neiu. v_/jamis amounting tu *iu *s, 8d. were proved ; another for £45 was tendered, and evidence taken as to its bona fide, but it was disallowed by the Commissioner on the ground of | infancy. The official assignee read his report, and I all parties co...

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THE PBOTESTANT OUTCRY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

THE PBOTTCSTANT OTTTr/RY. (From the London €hn espondent of the Tablet. ) Hie occurrences of last week bear witness to the revival of a long dormant taste of the English peo ple — the love of procession and pagentry. The Parsons had their procession on Guy Fawkes' day, which was received with laughter and merriment by the populace, but with no deep feelings of indigna tion. The populace had their procession the next day, and carried forth an efligy of General ?Hayna'u to execution. This is a significant fact ; it' the Parsons do succeed in exciting the minds of the wile* muds, vac icsuu -vm ue, not a demonstration of hostility to the Catholics; but a Chartist or Pied Republican manifestation. And who' will be the first to suffer from that, 0 Parsons? On Saturday the New Lord Mayor and the cits had their procession, and dragged on Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, and a ear-full of Britannia and Happiness, under the superintendou.ee of Mr. Batty. - ???? . The great event of the time...

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LORD TITUS OATES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

LORD TITUS OATES. {From the Tablet.)- - With all our hearts, we thank God for the writ ing and publication of the letter from Lord John. ltussell to the Bishop of Durham. It is the se verest blow that has yet been dealt in pub'ic opinion upon those Whig Catholic partisans who have been* willing to go all lengths in sacrificing the. interests of the Church to the good pleasure of their anti-Catholic friends, patrons, and protectors. Thank God, Lord John llussell has at length spoken niif oiwi clin»v*i liiincoir in TilC tiMIO f.MlmiVM_ 5511 fill H*i we have always represented him to our readers. Since the day— now a quarter of a century ago — ? when', in his famous Hunting-don speech, he de clared that he supported Emancipation as a means of putting down Popery, all sensible men have known the value of his friendship ; have perfectly understoood that the old, bitter spirit of the rob bers of the Reformation, his ancestors, was in him ; that the ally of Titus Oates lived amongst us in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

* Hansard lxxxviii., p. 3C3. m— n—«l

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. California in the Isle of Wight. — Some scien^ tific explorer of the island treasures having carried back with him to London a specimen of fossils found at the back of the island, an analysation of the component parts warranted the expenditure of vast sums of money in order to procure more; and for these last three weeks great numbers of labourers, their wives and children have been em» ployed daily the former in removing the upper soil and digging up the required material ; the latter in picking1 and sifting- it preparatory to its being exported, for which preparations are now making. The article for which they are searching is chiefly composed of fossil ammonites, and the vein of strata in which they lie varies from one to three feet in thickness ; the shells themselves vary in size from the dimensions of a hazel nut to the diameter of a common dinner-plate ; but we saw a specimen dug from this spot not long since which was as' large as the top of a tea-table...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

* Hansard, vol. 1, c. xxxiv., p. 310.

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Miscellaneous Extracts. BEREAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

imutttmttou* iSxttwct*. BEREAVEMENT. ( From the Lyra Apostolica. ) . , I thought to meet no more, so dreary seem'tl Death's interposing veil, and thou so pure, Thy place in Paradise Beyond where I could soar' } Friend of this worthless heart ! but happier thoughts Spring like unbidden violets from the sod, Where patiently thou tak'st Thy aweet and sure repose. | . The shadows fall more soothing : the soft 'air la full of cheering whispers like thine or.\rn ; While Memory, by thy grave, Lives o'er thy funeral day ?; The deep knell dying down, the mourners' pause Waiting their Saviour's welcome fu the gate; — Sure with the worus of^ Heaven Thy spirit met us thore, And sought with us along th' accustom'd way The hallowed porch, and entering in, beheld The pageant of sad joy, So dear to Faith and Hope. O ! hadst thou br&ught a strain from Paradise To cheer us, happy soul, thou hadst not touched The sacred springs of grief More tenderly and true, Than those deep-warbled anthems, ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CARDINAL IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

ARRIVAL OF THE CARDINAL IN LONDON. (From a Correspondent of the Tablet, Nov. 16.) lne Cardinal returned to .London on Mon day, at about four o'clock in the morning Finding his own house occupied by workmen, he went to St. George's, but as both the senior priests were absent, he retired to the house of a friend. Several of the Jiishops have come up to London to see him. At present, he is said to be occupied in pre paring a pamphlet on tbe subject of the Catholic Hierarchy. It appears almost cer tain that, whatever he may pretend, Lord John Russell cannot but have been for two years in some measure cognisant of the in tention of the Pope to re-organise the Eng lish Hierarchy, and (of course, for a shorter period) of His Holiness's wish to raise Dr. Wiseman to the Cardinalship. I should not be surprised if the revelations that will be made concerning the good faith of the Pre mier should serve to remind the pub'ic of an almost forgotten incident which occurred upwards often years ago, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

* Speech in the Lords, April 20, 1S46.— Han- sard, Vol. 85, p. 2C1.

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IMAGES AND IMAGE WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

IMAGES AND IMAGE-WOR^HlP. (From a Review, in the Rambler, of the' Rev. John Mendhamts work on the Second Council of Nice.} What is the doctrine of the Catholic Church on the subject of aaered images ? what is that veneration and worship which, whether by express definition or in her po pular devotional system, she has sanctioned and encouraged ? Wo need hardly say that these are points on which Mr. Men dam ex hibits the grossest, and what to us appears the must obstinate ignorance. He seems to have taken not the slightest pains to ascer tain, much Ie83 to understand, what Catholic theologians have written on the subject, or to eliminate the idea which lay at the root of the practice. He sets out by assuming that image-worship is simply idolatry, that very sin which is denounced in the Old Testa ment, as a turning away of the heart from God, and the serving of creatures instead of the Creator (pp. iv. vi.) Indeed, he ex pressly declares (p. viiir) that images and pictures came to be ...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. THE EXCITEMENT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. THE EXCITEMENT IN ENGLAND. We gather from the papers that have reached us, and from which we can only give a few extracts this week, that the ex citement caused by the establishment of the Catholic Hierarchy, waa gradually subsiding. Several of the leading Clergy of the An glican Church had deprecated the extrava gance of the outcry. Lord John Russell was evidently ashamed of his letter to the Bishop of Durham, and was very reserved 5n speaking at the I ord Mayor's dinner. Some of the most able of the Protestant journals have set themselves strongly against the tide of fanatical Protestantism. The Daily News, the Spectator, the Examiner, and the Weekly Dispatch, have taken a, lead- ing part in defence of the Hierarchy and turn to ridicule the hubbub that Lord John hai hastily excited. The Cardinal Archbishop has published 4 An Appeal to the English -People,' which ; is acknowledged by the Protestant Press to be a masterly production. It is a mild and temperate app...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The recent news from England prevents the in sertien of a letter from a ' Layman,' for which we beg to tender our thanks.

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ANGLICAN CHURCH UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

ANGLICAN CHURCH UNIONS. ? ?:?, ?[ (From the Catholic Standard.) ''' If the adage that a house divided against itself cannot stand, contains the slightest shadow of truth, the Church of England is certainly doomed to bite the dust during the present century. Not a week passes over without some secession from its ranks, or some new broil among its members, who take far' greater pleasure in worrying each other, than in waging war upon the gloomy fanaticism and absurdity which envelope their flanks. Atone time^ the Real Pre sence is the bone of contention ; at another, the efficacy of Sacramental Confession. Yesterday it was Baptism and the- Royal Supremacy- that engaged their ranks in hos tile conflict; and, to show how far division begets subdivision down to an almost in finitesimay quantity, to-day there is a split upon the declarations of Church Unions among that body who in the late struggle went hand in hand, and who promised but the other week to stand or fall together. The membe...

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EDUCATION AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

EDUCATION AND CRIME. Does education prevent crime ? Does edu cation increase crime ? Is ignorance the main cause of social evils ? Will knowledge alone suffice to destroy those evils ? Is wickedness nothing but ignorant folly ? These are old questions long ago settled in the minds of Christians, but still agita ted in the world, and answered according to the peculiar bias of the inquirer. What is remarkable at the present juncture is, tbat even men of the world are beginning to ac^ knowledge the fact, that education, we mean in their sense of the word, that is, instruc tion, is powerless to most social men. They are beginning, not to acknowledge, we were wrong in using such a term, they have not the grace and manhood to confess themselves mistaken— they are beginning to pronounce with the air of men who have lighted upon . a profound secret that the ' schoolmaster' is indeed ' all abroad,' that he is completely baffled. Well informed men are declared not necessarily to be good and s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

* Hftnsard, vol. lxxxii., p. 290.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

tt I have been told that -groat offence hag been taken at the use of the word ..to ' govern,' found in my Pastoral, as 'tliougli implying some temporal authority. I find, however, that in this appeal I have again and again used the word, because it is the usual, and almost only word applied amongst us to episcopal rule. It must be remembered, that the Pastoral was addressed in tho usual form of such documents — 'to tho clergy secular and regular, and to the faithful' — which showed it to bo meant for Catholics alone. I have been in the habit of addressing several Pastorals a year to the Catholics confided to my charge, which have always been read in our churches and chapels. But this is, I believe, tlio first which the press has done me tho honour of transferring to its columns. It thws came to bo represented ns addressed to all tho inhabitants of certain counties — a sort of edict or manifesto, instead of a Pastoral, usually confined to Catholic hearing or perusal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 13 March 1851

* Hansard, Vol. Lxsxviii., p. 362. t Hansard Vol. lxxxv., p. 1, 261.

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