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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. PASTORAL LETTER OF THE BISHOP OF BEVERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

' (Bttlttiattital Enteiligenf*. PASTOKAL LETTER OF THE BISHOP OF BEVERLY, John, by the Grace of God, and favour of the Apostolic See, Bishop of Beverley ; to our dearly beloved ini Christ, the Clergy Secular and Regu lar, and the Faithful of our Diocese. Health and Benediction in the Lord. ' Render to Cissar the things that are Caesar's; and to God the things that are God's.'— Matt. xxii.. 21. The Almighty Lord and Ruler of heaven and earth, to whose dominion every creature is subject, has, for the government of mankind, instituted two distinct and separate authorities ; the Civil, for the government of men in everything that relates di rectly to the Divine worship, and the salvation of bouIs; The civil authority was ordained by God, in the original institution of civil society. When the Divine Redeemer appeared on the earth, so far was He from weakening or changing this established order of things, that He confirmed and sanctified it. When founding the sacred establishment of His C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. j A, FEW Copies of the following Boo £' Ji| are on S*le at the Office of the rt Freeman's Journal.' 70, Castlereagh-street. Do way Bible and Testament Reeve's History of the Bible Missals, Vesperala, and Complines Life of Christ, by St. Bonaveuture Challoner's Meditations Milloer's End of Controversy Poor Man's Catechism Think Well On't Manual of Devotion Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prayer Book Andrew Dunn The Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. J. McEncroe The Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by R. K. Sconce, B. A., Oxon ; The Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed \ Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory : The Practice of the Living Rosiry \. And some very good Religious Prints. 5 NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. RAILWAY HOUSE, CORNER OF GEORGE AND GOULBURN STREETS. JOHN CAREW begs to inform his friends and the public in Genera', that \ I lie has cammenced business on his own account, I corner of George and Goulburn-streets, which...

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PARTICULARS OF THE CONVERSION MR. HENRY WILLIAM WILE [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

PARTICULARS OF THE CONVERSlON~Ol? MR. HENRY WILLIAM WILBERFOttnrc The following account of theWonversion of Mr Henry Wilberforce is taken from Le Journal His torique et Literaire, a Belgian periodical : ? ' Mr. Henry William Wilberforce, Vicar of Far leigh, in the diocese of Canterbury, made his solemn abjuration of Anglicanism on the 15th of Septem ber, in the chapel of the Company of Jesus at Brus sels. This new conquest of the Roman Catholic Church is important in many respects. The new popular families in England. He is the son of the celebrated William Wilberforce, one of the greatest orators of his day, the friend of Pitt, and a mem ber of the House of Commons for more than half a century. This illustrious man waa only. six days beyond the required age (21,) when called by his native town, Hull, to represent it iri Parliament. Six years later, he was returned for York. About this time, Mr. William Wilberforce, seeing the dis organised state of society, conceived the idea of re...

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PASTORAL OF THE BISHOP OF NORTHAMPTON. TO OUR BELOVED FLOCK, THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF THE DIOCESE OF NEWCASTLE. Health and Benediction in the Lord. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

PASTORAL OF ' THE BISHOP OF NORTHAMPTON. TO OUR BELOVED FLOCK, THE CLERGY AND LAITY OP THE DIOCESE OF NKWCASTt.r. Health and Benediction in the Lord. Whvhave the Gentiles raged, and the people devised vain things. The Kings of the earth have stood up, and the princes have met together against the Lord, and against His anointed.'— (Psalm ii.) Dearly-beloved— Till the arrival of onr Brief from Rome, we had proposed to defer our formal announcement of the late Hierarchial arrange ments of the Holy See, by which the new Diocese of Northampton has been created, consisting of the same counties as formerly occupied the Eastern district, witn the exception of the counties of Lin coln and Rutland, which now form part of the Dio cese of Nottingham. But circumstances have'arisen which make^ne cessary to lose no time in addressing to you a few plain words to vindicate the conduct of our Holy Father in -the establishment of a new Hierarchy for England, and to justify the obedience and grati tude...

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THE ISSUE OF THE PRESENT CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

THE ISSUE OF THE PEESENT CENSUS. Highly important as a 'census' is philo sophically, legislatively, and socially con. sidered, its value must entirely depend upon its correctness. In every report which the Census Collector has to make, under the different heads of inquiry, his instructions point out. So far as those instructions, de livered by sanction of our Local Government, have been arranged to carry out their pur pose, they deserve praise for minuteness and distinctiveness. They reflect credit on the chief adviser of his Excellency, her Majesty's Representative amongst us, and augment the high esteem in which the Honorable the Colonial Secretary has long been held as a scientific and zealous practical statistician. Under such circumstances, it becomes the more lamentable to hear, on every side, ru mours unfavourable to the body to whom the duties (duties made so plain and easy) of executing this clear and efficient plan of taking the Census, has been entrusted. If these rumours...

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ST PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

ST PATRICK'S D\Y. WniLE the world frowns on the Sons of St. Patrick, Heaven smiles on them. A finer or a more love y day never hhone from under the Ethereal Vault of H aven, than last Monday, the glorious Festival of the Apos tle of Iivlaud } and the children of Catholio Ireland spent the day in a manner highly s*f*£WY ifuntn l-i.-vf 1» 4 .\ ^It.itff Amiit tuff it n i] f»rt t rtfl spirit of their holy Religion. The congre' grations at the early Masses in the Churches were numerous, but St. Patrick's Cliurch was full to overflowing at t'.e Pontifical High Mass- ceebrated by his Grace tho Archbishop, attended by the Archdeacon and the clergy of the c ty. The excellent choir of St. Mary's officiated, and seemed to exceed the. r own we I known musical repufca tatiuii, and the organ was played to great ad-. Mr.Brennau did full justice to the .ife, labors, and uuiversal renown of tho Apostolic and Holy Patron of the Inland of .Saints. The cluplaiu of the Spanish Man-of-War, who assisted a...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. 20 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., St. Cuthhert, bp. and conf. d. maj. 21 F St. lfcnedict, ab. d., 0. S. B., d. of first clans, with Octave. 22 Sat Of the Feria, 0. S. B., of th-? )ctave. 23 S Third in Lent. 24 M Of the Feria, O. S. B., of ^eOctave. 25 T Annunciation of B. V. If d. second class. 26 W Of the Forfa, 0. S. B., of t xe0ctave. 27 T Of the Fer'a, 0. S. B., of the Octave. 28 F Of the Feria, 0. S. B., Feast of the Five Wounds of oui' \iord, d. maj. 29 Sat Of the Feria. 30 S Fourth iit Lent. 31 M Of the Feria. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1851. ' In 'Neeessariis Vnitas, in Duhiis Liberia s in Omnibus Chariias.'

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

TO COJBBESPONDENT& All letters and communications to the Editors and the Hubliafaer muat be prepaid. li is necPBsary th.it tive writer* of all communica ciona should ninmti the Editors with their real naiuea and address. Aldiuuutj this information ).» oot ri - quired tor publication, it ia requisite as a guarantee of their briny $-eciiiir.e.

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THE "PAPAL AGGRESSION." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

? fM 'PAPAL AGGRESSION.' I FAftiiiJAR as we are with the confusion of I ideas and intellectual inconsistencies for I which Protestantism has always been re markable, yet we never remember fo have met. with so much absolute nonsense as this question about; the Papal jurisdiction in .England has elicited from the periodical I Press. Thatsuch nonsense should be dealt out ! by- the Prime Minister and Lord Chancellor, I as well as by the leading journa's of London, can only be accounted for by a sudden ex cifcemenfc of national enthusiasm, and even so it is a marvellous phenomenon But that coming from such sources the g:od people of New South Wales should have the 'crarnbe' dished up by the Herald is matter of no surprise whatever. The voice of reasou and common sense is not likely to weigh with the Herald against the voice of Lord John Kussell and Protestant fanaticism. In th ? hope however that there rray be some few Protestants in Sydney who pefer common sense to twadd'e, we proceed, ...

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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE—TRIAL BY JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— TRIAL, BY JURY. The great end and aim of human laws Bhould be the protection of person, property, and character And the Laws of England, in tins respect., have attained a proud pre eminence in the civilised word. For ia no country has such an amount of Legislative ta'ent and so much legal acumen been brought to bear upon the science of Legislation, as in Great Britain; — hence England has been held up ' to the admira tion of the world and the envy of surround ing nations on account of the superiority of her Constitution and the wisdom of her Laws.' But it is on the faithful and im partial administration of these laws, that the happiness and security of British subjects chiefly depend. Hence the proper adminis tration of the Laws is of the first and highest importance to every subject. It was to se cure ' this admiration ' that Alfred the Great,oneof the wisestof England's Monarebs and the glory of Catholio legislators, es tablish Trial by Jury. lie institu...

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THE WHIG APOSTLE OF BEDLAM BROKE LOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

THE WHIG -APOSTLE OP BEDLAM B!*0KI£ LOOS!?. (Fro?n the Tablet.) The sound, sober, practical, serious, hard working, prosaic, sensible English p?ople, when run mad, form a comical spectacle enough. They are so proud of their sense, seriousness, and sobriety, their exclusively practical character, their addiction to hard unrelenting work, and their freedom from any but prosaic thoughts and imaginations — and yet, it rarely happens that a decade of years passes over without this phlegmatic nation running absolutely mad. In animals of the bovine species, madness erenerallv fnllnua or accompanies overwork. A mad bull is a bull overdriven ; and John Bull, up to big ears in the cares of this life, and slaving day and nighty awake and in his dreams, to make himself' richer, more pursy, and more res pectable, periodically overdrives himself along these nasty ways, and thus,of neces sity, the overstraining of his faculties in one direction rendc-rs necessary, by way of coun terpoise, the exci...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. IMAGES AND IMAGE-WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

iHi^ffUanrou^ ifcxtxam. IMAGES AND IMAGE- WORSHIP; ( From a fRevieio, in the Rambler, of the Rev: John Mendharrfs work on the Second Council of Nice.) We bow come to the question as to what was positively defined by the Fathers of IS'iceea with respect to the 'cultus' of images. We have already intimated that all that St. Germanus and St. John Damas cenus and others, who contended for the practice previous to the assembling of the' Council, strove to establish was, that the imnopo nf f~!VirisK Mia RlflSHPrl Virorin artA: I4MM S. ** ??* ?%* m ^-r mm m mm* ?*? m v*~^r ?*'- m w ?» v v w* f » - h-l*J ? «4 ?( \A* the Saints, were to be treated with that' honour and veneration which is respectively due to them ; and this is also all that the Council itself definitely ruled, and indeed all that at this day is matter of faith in the Church : — that ' the images of Christ and^ the Blessed Virgin, and of other Saints, are to be kept and retained, particularly in churches, and that a due honou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

BIRTH. On the 18th inst., at her residence, York-street, Mrs. J. J. Fitzsimons, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

TOWN ACaiiNoliid. .Subscriptions and Aivertisements for The Krrksun's Jol'rval will be received hy Mr. J. K Ht-yilori, Km j; -street. Messrs. E. and D. .VlJincroe. G«or«e-s:i«'el. Mr. Joliii U re*, turner of George .*nd UimUurn-sireets, M-. P. W«UI), ParraniHilH ?rrvei, and Mr. Ttiom.H» M-jEncroo, (i.ocer, Susscx »tr?tt. Msuk.-t Wharf.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

IMPOUNDING S. West Maitland. — From Maitland and Melville, on the 1st and 4 th days of March : — Chesnut mare or filly, switch tail, branded on near shoulder A above A — damages 10s. ; grey horse, switch tail, on near shoulder a capital G, or CJ conjoined ; black or brown or dark bay filly, long tail, star, near hind foot white, and a little white in off fore fetlock, on off shoulder P over P— -dama- ges Is. each. If not released, will be sold according to Act .of Council. J. Lkdsam, 10s. 9d. « Yass. — From the estate of H. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., on the 27th February, 2nd March, and 5th March : chesnut horse, broken in, white blaze down face, white on both hind feet, short tail, BW near shoulder, invisible brands off shoulder, 15£ hands high, 6 years old ; brindle working bullock, white ou tail, CEY ribs near side, YEG rump near side, TS shoulder off side, aged ; chesnut mare, star on forehead, white on all four feet, unbroken, long tail, JW with J under shoulder near side, C or G und...

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POPULAR CHURCH SERVICES IN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

POPULAR CHURCH SERVICES IN ITALY. (From ihe Rambler.') A few years ag;i, au Anglican C'.ergyma* of high standing, who chanced to In* on a visit to the city of Naples, was anxious t6 ; see something, cs he said, of the working of the Catholic Church, especially with refe rence to her public services. A festival cf some importance falling on a weik-day when his own chspal was closed, soon gave him with one of his brethren, who had been ro» sident io Naples for some time, he set forth to make his observations in the cathedral. Those who have had an opportunity of wii nessing the very orderly way in which every thing is conducted there under the watchfol eye of the excellent Archbishop, his Emi nence the Cardinal Morza, will not need to be told that our Anglican inquirer found the stalls well filled by a goodly array of Canons, and that he enjoyed the treit of hearing the Divine Office very correctly chanted by ? number of Priests, of Ecclesiastical students, ana or ouier more juvenile ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

* INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. '?M T a preliminary Meeting of the In j/\ habitants of Macquarie Ward/ con vened by public advertisement, and held at the Royal Hotel, on Wednesday evening, the 5th in stant, . Daniel CoorER, Esq., M.L.C., in the Chair. The object of the Australian Sncietj in proposiagthe .Industrial Exhibition having been explained by Dr. Douglass, one of the Honorary Secretaries, Ihe following Resolutions were unanimously car ried : — Proposed by Mr. P. N. Russsll. George-street; se conded by Mr. Maetyn, Pitt street. I; That this meeting fnlly recognise the vital im portance and benefit to the conntiy, of the Colonial Industrial Exhibition, and pledge themselves to take ►every means in their power to promote its SUC CESS. Proposed by Mr. A. Fairfax, George-street; se : conded by Mr. E. M'Encrob. 2. That the following gentlemen be requested to procure subscriptions throughout the Ward, in fur therance of this object, and that the names of all contributors be Inserted from t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS AND I ADVERTISERS. I] MR. JAMES HILL has been appointed | ' Collector' of the Accounts due to $ to the ' Freeman's Journal' in place of Mr. John ^ Derepas. 4 Mr. Hill will furnish receipts signed by the Pub- j| lisher, Mr. James Cosgrove. U ? _ | SUPERIOR TEAS. f ExlatbArrivals. M -W7* I N E CONGOUS |l UJ Hysonskin (.$ Gunpowder fji: Fine Hyson fjjjj Orange Pekoe . i^j Souchong !;*: Black, green, and mixed teas, at one sh.il- U\ ling per pound. '||5 At FREDK. STEWARTS, jjM 17, Hunter-rstreet. I'M SPEECH OF THE DEAN OF BRISTOL. $t Price, One Penny. ';|j Will be Published -on Monday, 17th Instant. M I^HE Speech of the Very Reverend the ||J: Dean of Bristol to the Clergy of Bristol, ||ii i upon the recent appointment of the Roman Catholic &- | Bishops in England, price One Penny, or Is. 6d. M for 25. j;ji' W. R. PIDDINGTON, $j. Bookseller, Stationer, and Printseller, ? I t 485, George-street, \i I',, Exactly Opposite the Barrack Gate. '-) if! ? : ? 'HI rtn...

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THE AUSTRALIAD. A POEM BY CATO THE YOUNGER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 March 1851

THE AUSTRALIAD.     A POEM BY CATO THE YOUNGER. Sydney: Published for the Author, pp. 35.   We have received the above named "Poem" for review. We have faithfully read it, and are compelled to fall back on the well-known rule of praising the inten-   tion where we cannot praise the act. We wish all success to the enemies of vice and transportation, and amongst them the author of this "Poem" appears to rank himself. We venture to submit, however, that there is considerable cruelty in riding a metaphor   so hard as he has done in the following lines:—   Before me lies the world—(I'm fond of change,)     On flaunting Pegasus let me boldly range—   Skim o'er mount Helicon to God knows where, Through worlds of fancy, or through worlds of air, Through worlds of earth, sea, planets, suns or more-- Such world's I've hinted at, I think before;   Hie onward in my f...

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VULGAR ERRORS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

VULGAR ERRORS OF ENGLISH LITERA TURE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen,— You lately published a letter on the subject of Galileo and the Romish Inquisition in- which, by the aid of a few facts compiled' from a u,nDrm the Dublin Review, it was proved, that '« but for the countenance of Popes and Cardinals, the adoption of the heliocentric doctrine had in al[ human probability been 'thrown back to an inde finite distance,— that to the pontiffs and dignitaries of Bome we are mainly indebted for the Copernican system.' So much for the vulgar slander that from time to time is repeated on this subject by Protestant writers, who do not wish, or will not -be at the pains, to learn hetter. I have been used, as I doubt not have many Catholics, to refer such instances of obstinacy in the perversion of truth to the working of that ' mystery ot iniquity' whicn at different periods in the world's history is striving to promote the designs of Antichrist, and, as time r-oes on, ...

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