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THE MINISTRY, THE SLIDING SCALE, AND REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
THE MINISTRY, THE SLIDING SCALE, AND REPEAL. WE give in our fourth page a very able article from the Times, to which we beg to direct our readers' attention, on the policy of the great leader of his paRty, Sir Robert Peel, not only on the Sliddig kale Corn Duties, l-ut Emancipation, and Par liamentary Reform, to which he might have added Repeal; for the conduct of the Tories on the latter great national question -a question, before theimportance of which the others shrink into insignificance, has been precisely similar to what it has been on the Corn Law, Emancipation, and Re form. Thus there are : 1.-The existence of a monstrous grievance, publicly proclaimed to the world. 2.-Petitions, loud, continued, and re-ite rated, for its removal. 3.-These petitions treated with contempt, denial, and menace. 4.-The concentration of the mental and moral power of the aggrieved people in a focus, before which obdurate oppression melted like wax. 5.-The concession of more than the pe titioners o...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
THFE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1844. " Pa e uot ond fear not : Iot all the ends thou wm'.t at be thy eountry', ny God', anti truth'. Shokapeoare. AGRICULTURE. WE have long wished, and we believe it to be nearly a sine qua nor., towards the early and steady advance of this colony in agricultural prosperity, (the great, sure, and solid foundation: of national greatness and public ,happiness,) that there be a general society" established for the improvement of' agriculture, and its several cognate arts and the sciences hearing upon the sub sistence of man. The present (and even the prospective) low prices of farm produce, render it im perative on the cultivator, that he be able, in order to meet competitors in his own markets, to raise the greatest quantity, and most valuable quality of produce from the earth, at the lowest quantum of cost. Individuals cannot acquire that perfec tion in the art, generally; and therefore a con centration of knowledge, ability, and experience...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
JAS. W'DOlWAL , WHOLESALE WARtE1OUSERMAN, IAS FOR 1SaLB n00 REAMS WRITING PAPER` SV r250 I'" rocer's lapping ditto 100 dozen cotton socks 124 ditto women's black cotton hose 220 ditlo women's white and coloured cottion hose 200 pair moleskin trousers 4')0 dozen ivory tooth combs 160 ditto cotton braces 40 ditto clotl and celett caps 219 pair ladies' ata)s, low prices 70l) gross Bell's lucifer matches 30 sheets gold paper. 88 ditto Paris views 82 boxes marking ink 'ugetlher with a variety o other goods 268 OEOItGE.STREET, B3RICKFIELD HILL. Sydney, March 29th. 538 CADVR RTISEMBNT.] CASE OF GREAT DISTRESS. M RI. -1 UN ItY EVE RS, Proprietor of the late True Sun, whose Printing Ma !terials were seized nearly five weeks ago by the Police, on a warrant for nun registry thlreof, has, in consequence, been rendered unaole to Itquidteo several claims made on him, and a Distress War. rant having, been issued for arrears of rent, (.E1) which suto he is unable to satisfy, as a last resouree, lay...
THE SCOTCH PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
THE SCOTCH P11111S. '-o LFrom the Galloway Advertiser.J A blunderbuss, as we may learn from the name, is a peculiarly dangerous weapon, being frequently loaded with an infinite variety of distinctive pro. jectiles, and doing, in nine cases out of ten, im. mense damage to the party who fires it, and none at all to the party it whom it is fired. The Irish At torney General is the JBlundrbuss of the p-esent Government. He will probably be the death of them let, for he seems to be bursting every minute. Sir Robert Peel, when he wishes to bring down with safety to himself an old **stag of ten" like O'Connell, should not employ a blunderbuss prosecu for, with a ha r-trigger temper. Mr. Scrope on Deer-stalking teaches a very different lesson. But is not the whole business, in reality, a jest-a faice -- piece of piactical. joking-got up, no doubt, at an enormous expense-gone into with a serious face -and decked out in mnuch theatrical pomp-but stilla 'bitofpleasent humour between O'Connell ...
Select Poetry. HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
Slect apoetrp. H OPE. [FROM TUB CORK EXAMIMRR.1 W'hen raging tempests o'er the seas Their awful thunder's roll, When lightning's flash, with lurid blaze, And light the flowing pole; While on the fragment of the mast, The signal light yet burns, 7 ho' every blillow seems his last, To "Hope" the sailor turns. It cheers him thro' the dreary night But hark t hat dreadful shook i The gallant barque is split i-a light, Now flashes from the rock; The mor tar's fired, and Manby's ball Brings down the saving rope, While o'er the seamen, one and all, Bright beams the Star of Hope. A soldier* knelt upon the field His brothers wounds to bind; But ah! 'tis past, no earthly shield Could strength unto him fuind. The dying soldier raised his head "Brother don't weep-'tis o'er lbonugh now we part, let's Hope," he said, " We'll meet to part no more." The mother o'er her sick'ning child Bangs watchful thro' the night, And prays to God, with fervour mild, To spare her "soul's delight.L" Blutoh what ang...
Insolbency Proceedings. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1843. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
Insolvency Proceedings, &nbsp; -o- WEDNESDAY, MAIRCH 27, 1643, PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of George Abraham Kennett, a special meeting. The executors of John Brown, deceased, £115 1Bs 3d. In the estate of F. Mitchell and Co. a special meeting. Gilchrist and Alexaider, £922 4es d; James Melville, £119 16s 7d; Ramsay and Young £413 Ift; the Alliance Assurance Companhy,h238 I I lid; Campbell and Co., £54t 4. 6d; Donaldson, Dawes, and Co, £640; the Bank of Australasia, £4i97 I!s 3d; J. West, £4l 13s 6d. In the estate of Gerge Thornton, an adjourned second meeting. 1 he eitale of G. A, Kennett, £16; the Commercial Bank, £93 8s34; Gilchrist and Alexander, 135 S. In the estate of Honry Teiry Sheldon, a special meeting. J. S. Hanson, £1018 'ed New tINa0LvT,: The folluwing estate was seuestrated on Wed. nesday. on petition and affidavit, no schedule being filed s John Waite, per his agent aid wife; Edwaid Knox, official assignee, SCHEDULaes ILBD. Michael Reilly of Liverpool, publ...
MAITLAND BOILING DOWN ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 March 1844
MAITLAND BOILING DOWN ESTABLISHMENT. On Wednesday we paid a visit to Mr. King's establishment, and were surprised to find how rapidly the concern was getting fitted up. 'There were four large boilers set above their respective furnaces, with the upper portion of one fitted on, and of another lying by just ready to be mounted. A covered drain leads from the trench in front of the furnaces, through which the spare and waste water from the boilers will flow off into the river. Adjoining the furnaces is the strongly inclosed slaughter-room (if we may style it so), from which also a short covered drain leads into the one before spoken of, thus taking of the blood into the river. 'Ihere will doubtless be other partitions put up in parts of the extensive area now inclosed, and in tended to be covered In under one roof. In fact, the building is to be of extent sufficient to allow of almost indefinite addition to the power of the es tablishment, should it meet with sufficient support to warr...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
* DDEPAR1TUlRES. M4sac 30.-For Liverpool, the barque Diamond, Edwler, with colonial produce. Passenger-Mr W. J. Williams. 30.-Fur loreton Bay, the schooner Piscator, Innen, witll sundries. Passengers-Mrs. Day and child, Mr. and rsr, Chapman, Messrs. Roland, Quinn, Holmes, Thompson, Drew, Connolly, Freeman, Kelligett, Turner, and Barnes. 30.-For Boyd Town, the schooner Harlequln, Cooney, with sundries. Passengers-Messar. Cost, Barriden, Poller, iluoomaqd, Munroe, Callaghan, Stewart, Orns?ield, Newman, Maher, Oqilaghan, Barter, "Mahony, Byrne, Morris, Shaw, Honegan, Fendon, Gilbert, Owen, Peaton, and Snap ; Mr. and Mts. Egan and two children, Mr. and Mrs. lHemtnerl and children, BMr. and Mrs. C. CRooertson, Mr. ano Mrs. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Shgll and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Kent, and Mr. and Mrs. Tlurnbull.
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) THIRD LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMTE, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) THIRD LETTER. MONSIEUR La COMTs, When I spoke to you in my preceding letters, of the origin of the Inquisition ; and described its dis tinctive characteristics, I borrowed my account almost exclusively, from the Reports of the Com mittee of the Cortes, ordaining the suppression of this celebrated institution. I could not have given you a better proof than this of my own strict im partiality. For, when to defend a criminal, his defender derives his evidences from the very act itself of his accusation, the accuser, surely, in such case, has no reason to complain. And now, sir, in order to make you acquainted with the nature of the proceedings of the Inquisi tion, 1 will cite to you, in the first place, the testi mony of an authority, which is as little to be called in question as is that of the Cortes. It is that of a learned English Protestant Clergyman, the Reverend Joseph Townsend, who travelled in Spain, during the years 1786 ...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
TI-IL MORNING CHRONICLE. ['E)DNESDA Y., APRIL 3, 1844; " Be just and fear not: let all the euds Utou atm'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and trulh's." lhakspeare. CORN LAWS. THE " GUARDIAN." Kx ,the.new weekly journal, the Guardian, we fondly hoped to meet an able, intelli gent, and liberal coadjutor, in the cause of reason, justice, and liberality-in a word, in the cause of the people. But we are sorry to see so young a combatant, fresh in ;the arena, and decked by himself in all the blushing honors of shewy profession, and :the captivating etalage of all that is gene .rous and goo], so soon to borrow language from the old school of hypocrisy and cant. lie says in last Saturday's number: " It is evident, to use a common adage, that two .wrongs cannot make one right, and that indeed must be unsound doctrine, which needs the JESUITICAL principle, or DOING EvIL THA .GOOD nSAY CONME, t justify if." 'The Iridh'have a saying, when :they hear any thing .false or calumnious, ",there's m...
THE JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
TIHE JUBILEE. 'Tnr jubilee, which is now producing such pleasing, unexpected, nay, wonderful fruits amongst the Catholic community of Sydney, is, to the eye of hitlh, a strong, indeed evident proof of the never-failing pro tection of Him, who has promised to abide with his church for ever ! f For who does not see it, in the release of the ancient Spanish Church from the tUjas of Reeform, which (to human eyes) threatened to blight it with its deadly shade ? Who does not see it, in the turning I aside of that axe of infidelity which seemed ready to sever the mighty limb of Spain from the majestic tree of Catholicity, whose roots push through every soil-on whose wide spread branches every air of heaven blows-and on which the sun of every climate shines, maturing, and ripening the f fruits of immortality ? Who, we say, does not see in the release of the illustrious Spanish Church from the tyrant` fadtion which sought to separate it from the living root, a flesh proof of the ever-waking ...
Supreme Criminal Comet. MONDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
Attpre?nc Qrimitnal QTonvt. -o MONDAY. APdRIL 1. This court commenced its sittings on Monday last, before his Honor the Chief Justice. BURGLARY. Joseph Broadbent, and Joseph Mourrier, were placed at the bar, charged with having, between the hours of 9 P.s., on the 9th, and 4 AdJ,, on the 10th of January, 1844, burglariously entered the dwelling house of Mrs. Elizabeth Gaden, and stolen therefrom a quantity of liqen, copper, silver, and geld, to the value of £100, and upwards. The property taken consisted of gold rings and chains, pearl necklaces, silver cruet, and spoons, knive., forks. &c. The Attorney General having stated the case for the prosecution, Edward Lang (watch.house keeper at Kissing Point) was called, and deposed, that about 6 A.u, on the morning of the robbery, he went to Mrs. Giaden's house (the inmates of which were in some confusion in consequence of the robbery), and noticed the mark of the front part of a foot on the sill of the window through which the r...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
6jtpptiag Ilntlltigeite. ARIIVALS. M4nci 30 -From Launceston, having left the 24th instant, the schooner Coolangetta, 88 tons, Jack, with grain, tec. Passeogers;-.Jr.J. Fortune, and Mr. Kind. Campbell, agent. 30.--Flom Hobart Town, having left the 20th ul'imo, the French ahip L'Amitie, 378 tons, Folleno, with cedar, hores, &c. Passengera-Mrs. Stuart and servant. 31.-From Moreton Bay, having left the 29th iustant, the steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Cape, with sevenly bales wool, 8&c. Passengers-Five in the steerage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
AGENTS FORI THIE UtuROSIOLsE Brouleo, Mr. B. M'Cauley. jlerrima, Mr. B. M'Mahon.. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Thoms]eo,wleu Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Goulburn, M3:. Henry Thompsoq Hobart 'rown, Ml. Juohn ltegan Maitland, Mr. Doe Uampbelltown, &o., Mr. M'Aliqtey Win4sor, Mr. James Caesidy Penrith, Mr. Jamesi 1'Carthy Jerry's Plains, l.r. J. J. Harpur Lauugoulq, tr. Edwsard Hughlu Wullomhi.t Mr. Miiuhael Byrne Published bt tIe United Klsan?onq 4i Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, Logdon Mr. W. J. Batteraby, 5, lsex.bridge, artha mentastreet, Dublin. Sydnley: Printed and Publishcd by MIHAI?L D'AItOY, or lridge.strect, at the Chronlcle Oflice, BJridtsestrees ,
THE INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
THE INQUISITION. SnOULD any of our readers think the letters of Le Comte de Maitre, which we are publishing, too much on the same sub ject, let them recollect the unceasijg attacks made upon Catholics, as persecutors, of which the Inquisition is adduced as t proof, We give these excellent letters, as the most concise account we possess of that tribunal : and we recommend our reacerq to preserve the numbers of the C~hronicle which contain them, as they will at all times afford those persons in the bush, whose reli, gion may be thus assailed, a ready and complete refutation of the unw?orty false and ungenerous charges. Some short time ago, we hoard in a Court of Justice, two new magistrates sworn in by a long string of oaths, One of them, which asserted the Catholic woralip to be idolatrous, struck us with horror, especially as taken by men whose duty is to punish the very crime they committed-perjury ! Another oath is as disgustingly impudent, as the other is atrocious and horrible ;...
A RELIC OF THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON—THE DUPE OF ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
A RELIC OF THE EIMPEROR NAPOLEON-TIE DUPE OF ENTHUSIASM. -0 (From the Gazette des Tribunaux.) A most amusing case the other day occupied one of the tribunals of the Paris Correctional Police. On the prisoners' bench is sealed an honest. looking fellow, of 50 years of age, named. Pierre Morselle, whose simple and unsophisticated.. air little accords with the nature of the robbery which brought him before the correctional police. The complainant, on the other hand, who has cunning and shrewd expression of countenance, has allowed himself to be duped by the most barefaced means ever resorted to by a thief. He proceeded to give his own account of the transaction :--" I must tell you, Monsieur nle President, in the first place," said he, " that I adore the Emperor Napoleon. lie may be dead, as they say he is, but it is all the same to me. lie is my idol, my father, my mother, and I would sacrifice my life for him. (Laughter.) You will say, perhaps, that it is not surprising that an old s...
Original Correspondence. ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
Q1r1u11tll (!i'011vr1?io? rr.11 1 , - -o ST. MAU'TIS GATHERDRAL. hIs. EDtron--As one of the congregation of St. Mlary's Church, I tale the liberty of addressing you en a few topics eonnected with that establishment; and i her, thonugh your paper, more especialty to direct the attention of the Church-wardens to several points whirch I imgi .e ilay not have met their view. 'rte first is, that of a number of boys and girls, and eveni young men and women being allowed to loiter sear the Church, disturbing the congregation, the children by pla)ing about, and making all manner of noises, and the latter by gathering together in small parties and talking, much to the scandal and dis edification of the congregation and of such strangers as may happen to attend the service, or. woo may be parsing the Church. Only a few evenings since, I saw three or four young men artually light a match against the door of the Church. in order to indulge in the luxury of a cigar. Another great saurce of compl...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, APRIL, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, APRIL, 1814. T. 4 Cmus Dnl., double, I cl. F. 5 Pareaceve double, ci. .. 6 Semidouble, 1l. s. 7 Euster Sunday, double, I cl. ,i!. 8 De octava, double, I el.| T. 9 De octava, double, I cl. W. 10 De octave, semldouble T. II De otciav, semidouble . 12 De octara, semidouble S. 13 In Albis, de octavo, semidouble g 14 Low Sunday lat after Easter, double, major M. 15 S. Francis of Paula, 2d instant, confessor, dou',le T. 16 |. lsidore, bishop aud doctor, double, 4th Int,. W. 17 S. Vincent, Ferrar, confessor, 5th Instant, double 1: 18 S. Leo, pope and counfesor, double, I Ith inst. S. 19 . Mermenegild,martyr, inst, semidouble S. 20 Of lhe B. Virgin, in sab 8. 21 2nd after Easter, S. Anselm, bishop and doctor, I double -1. 22 SS. Soler and Caius p. and mart, semidouble T. 2 ' S. George. martyr, semidouble ,. -2 I S. Fiddils of Sigmarlnga, mart, double T. P25 S. Mark, ovang, double, Pd cl. F. 20 SS. Cletus and larrcllinus, p. and mart., semid. M. 27 'if the 1l Virgin In sa...