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RAILING ACCUSATIONS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

RAILING ACCUSATIONS. (To the. Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — It has struck me that a word or two of counsel and caution to bur Protestant friends may possibly reach their heart even in their present most unreasonable rage, especially if the counsel comes from some who are numbered among their own number and are held in high respect amongst them. I send you a few quotations then from Protestant authors, for which I trust you will be able to nnd room in your next publication. To one who was railing against the l( Papists,' the celebrated Sir Henry Wotton whose staunch Protestantism no one will call in question, gave this advice ; — ' Pray, Sir, forbear, till you have studied the points better ; for the wise Italians have this proverb, He that umdentands amiss concludes worse ; and take heed of thinking the farther you go irom the Church of Poome, the nearer you are to God' — c And doubtless,' says Isaac Walton9 the writer of his life, ' many middle-witted men which ye...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REV. DR. GREGORY, V.G. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY BEV. DR. GREGORY, V.GL ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentlemen, — It is with real griet ot heart tne Catholics of Sydney find that their beloved and respected Yicar-General has been allowed to depart for England, without a single expression of their personal regard and esteem, their gratitude for his constant and untiring services, and their deep sor row for his loss. We, who regarded him so highly^ are utterly amazed that those in whose hands the fund was principallj deposited could have' arranged it so unsatisfactorily, that is — m not ha vingan ad dress properly drawn up expressive of the feeling of the Catholic body, many of whom had not the painful happiness of receiving his farewell. Inde pendent of all private feeling, we consider a thank ful acknowledgement of Dr. Gregory's services as an act of common justice to him, or to any good man wha-devotes (as he has done) all the energies of *6ul and body for the publi...

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STATISTICS OF THE MAITLAND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

STATISTICS OF THE MAITLAND DISTRICT. ( From the Maitland Met cury.J The statistical returns of tbe Maitland police district for the year lb7-0, so far as they have yet been completed, show a steady increase over the returns of former years. ScHooi'S.-^-Eeturris have been obtained from twelve private schools, at which 128 male, and 155 female scholars were taught, making a total of 283 children ; of these schools one returned the reli gion taught as Church ot England, one as Presby terian, two as Protestant and the remaining as ' mixed' ; one school was taught on the training system', one on the Lancasterkin, and ten returned their system of teaching as ' general.' Returns have been obtained from fifteen public schools, at which 039 male, and 5G6 female, scholars were taught, making a total of 1196 children ; of these, five were Church of England schools, teaching 447 children ; three were Roman Catholic schools, teach ing 330 children ; two were Presbyterian schools, teaching 132 ch...

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IMMIGRANTS PER GARLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

IMMIGRANTS PER GARLAND. (From a Supplement to the G'vern?nent Gazette.) Colonial Secretary's Office. Sydney, 26th March, 1851.— His Excellency (he Governor bas directed it to be notified, for general information, that the ship Garland, with imrnigian'8, arrived this day in Port Jackson. The callings of the adult immigrants, and the number of each calling are as follows :— Males. ' Marrifd. Unmarried; Agricultural Labourers .... 37 75 Carpenters ............. 0 1 Cabinetmakers ............ 0 1 House Serraiits.. .. ....... 0 1 1 Painter ? ......'....'......',' 0 ' 1 . Engine Driver.. ......... 0 !'.'' Bhcksmiih ...'......'...,. 0 1 On Tliiirsd ! ,y, the 27 h insla'H^'and following days, between the hours i of 10 a.m.!, and 4 r.M.,' the hiring of the male immigrants will be proceeded with. ? Before 10 o'clock on the morning of Thursday, the 27:h instant, or at any other tidies th^n ihose fixed, as above statnl. for the hiring of the immi grants, no stranger or pprson in quest of servan...

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THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. (Front the Tablet.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

THE QUEEN'S COLLEGES. (From the Tablet.) The foundation of the Queen's Colleges was laid in fraud, each succeeding story has been built up of sin and schism, and the interstices of every stone in them are filled up with lies and personal dis honour. These are hard words, but they are un happily and literally true. The Catholic slaves that have made common cause with the men who hate our religion, whose every third word is blasphemy, who are filling the streets of every town in Great Britain with incitements to a repetition of the Lord George Gordon riots ; — these Catholic slaves, we say, leagued with the enemies and blasphemers of our faith, and making common cause with them for its overthrow, naturally endeavour to uphold their service by the utterance of falsehoods. In this way we have, this week, two special offenders to chronicle — Mr. Corballis and Sir Robert Kane. In a a letter to the Catholic Standard, the formar of these gentlemen thus explains himself with regard to- the c...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATE. THURSDAY. Before S.F.MILFoRD ), Esq., acting Chief commis missioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES-. '?; THURSDAY. Before S..F.. Milford, Esq., acting Chief &ommi'a~ nussioner of Insolvent Instates. In- the- estate ot John Lord, a third meeting; . was held;. Claims amounting to £2,965 Osj. Id;;' -, . were proved. Insolvent was allowed to retain hi& household furniture' and efletfts ; a pianoforte* the -:? property of Miss Lord, was directed to be given. up- to her ; other assets to be- realized.. In the estate of John Smith Papps, an adjourned-., single meeting was, hold.. One claim for £20 4s., was proved against the estate ; insolvent was fur ther examined ; and it was ordered that the assets*, saving only the insolvents' weaving apparel, should; be forthwith sold. In the estate of John Kennedy, an adjourned} single meeting. After examination oif ipsplve.nt^ the ineetihg directed the sale of the assets ; reser ving for insolvent's use his wearing apparel and bedding. - NEW INSOLVENTS. Edward Hickson, of the Botany Road, near Syd n...

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IMPROVEMENT OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

IMPROVEMENT OF IRELAND. {From a Correspondent of the Illuttrated London News.) The very duration of the calamities of Ireland, when considered in connexion with the aggravated intensity which they recently displayed, would, if there were no better reason, countenance the opinion that the end of such miseries is approach ing. In the moral and physical world alike the rule is well known. In a battle which has lasted long, a sudden and fiercer effort denotes and indeed brings the close. A fire may smoulder for a great while but, if it suddenly blaze up, what burns fiercely will soon burn out. The last burst of a storm is often the most violent, and the last hour of the night, the darkest. So is it very frequently with afflictions. But there are better reasens for the pleasing hope that Ireland has seen her darkest day. Disease has done its worst, famine has done its worst, and panic has done its worst. And now | the population is in a greater state of healtrr, the poorhouses are less f...

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Domestic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, (Condensed from the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

Bomtfitic UnteUtgeyue. CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, (Condensed fiom the Sydney Morning Herald.) Jrresent : — The Mayor ; Aldermen Jiroughton, Brown, Egan, Fisher ; Coxmcillors Thornton, Board, Moore, Lenehan, Weekes, Peek, Tierney, Thomas, Flood, Simmons, Ryan, Macdonald, Lingard, Koberts, Little; Wtt-street, Mr. L.EKEHAN ?withdrew his motion for watering Pitt-street until that for watering all the streets should have been discussed. INSPECTOR OF NUIS-A1TCER. Dr. Tierney t That this Committee having con sidered the- report of the ' Board of Health' on the subject oi diseased cattle-, received on the 10th of February last, resolves^ — that an assistant inspector of nuisances be- forthwith appointed- This appoint ment was absolutely necessary. The time of the Inspector of Nuisances was so fully occupied in the performance of his- duty as superintendent of hackney carriages;, that he could not efficiently attend to. those duties more properly belonging; to his department. There was* recently ...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

EPITOAIE OF HOMli NEWS. Ma George Stephbnson. — At a meeting at Derby, Mr. Mousley, ex-mayor, said that Mr. James Trubshaw, the architect of a new bridge across the Derwent, bad under bis consideration the pro ject of erecting a monument to the celebrated George Stephenson, in one single stone, which would be se veral feet longer than Cleuputi&'s needle.— Derby Reporter. .Perilous Balloon Ascension in Spain. — M i drid, Nov. 2. — A Mr. OrUndi made a balloon assin sion at Barcelona on the 27th ult. Aa no news Was obtained of him for two dajs, great uneasiness was felt lest he should have met with tiie same unhappy fate as M, Arban. He had, however, a very narrow escape of bis life. The baboon whb wafted over the snow-covered mountains of Vallvidrera, where it was enveloped in a thick mist, no-v and then pierced by ligbtning. The intrepid aeronaut was covered with a tiiick coating of hail, thai (ell incessantly. Having ascended above the cloud, be caught Hnotner glimpae of tii...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received a Ion j* letter with reference to our article on 'Trial by Jury' from the party lately tried for an assault with intent, &c, to whose, case allusion is made in that article. If the writer care fully considers Ihe purport of '? that article' he will perceive that our censure was directed equally against the Jury through whose want of unanimity he got off, as we}} as agninst the Jury who tried bis prose cutrix and who also got off, through a similar want of unanimity in that Jury. We were ignorant of ' what creed or country the Jurymen were in either caae. We knew not whether they were English, Irish, or Scotch— Protestant or Catholic. But we supposed irom me very rair and juuicious manner in 1 which Jurors are empannelled in this colony, that there must bea sprinkling of each creed and country, so there is no foundation for the writer's remarks re garding i he composition of either Jury. We do not think it could answer any good purpose to g...

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[?]Extrarts. BATTLE WITH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

|Hi$rrUanfou0 i3xirart0. ' . K&rijrt'mm lwbjV Cffirotn Diokenjs1 - Hnuseholdi Whrdk )), Bear thee up bravely, Strong heart' and; trn?! Mieet thy. woes gravely, :. ? : Strive with them toer.'!^ Let them not win. fromitfieei Tear of regret, Suchwere a am: ffom- titety ,.v\ -?? ?? Hope for good- yet 1 . -- ?.;?-.- Bouse -thee fromi drooping-, - ? . ??: :?: Care^ftden soul;: ! ? ? . Mournfully Stooping: ? -,. ' I 'Neath grief's controul !\ . i Far' o'er 'the*' gloom that lies, ' SHroiHithg the earth, JLiglit from eternal skies ? Sho^s us thy worth, Srerve thee yet stronger^ Resolute mind ! IJet care no longer Heavily bind. *%v fiise on thy eagle wings Gloriously free ! Till from material things^ Pure thou shalt be1! Bear ye up bravely, Soul and, mind. toof?' Droop not* so gravel jfj. Bold heart and true!' Clear rays of Rtreaming light'. SHine-'througH- the-gloom; God's love is beaming bright E'en round the tomb !

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A ROD IN PICKLE FOR THE CATHOLICS OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

A ROD IN PICKLE FOR THE CA THOLICS OF ENGLAND. Lord John Russell's furious and inflam matory 'Letter' has started once more the Protestant ' Panther' in full chase after the Catholic ' Hind.' There is no mistaking the 'purport' of the Premier's war-hoop. The tone and temper of the great majority of the English papers, with a few honorable exceptions, clearly indicate the strong ' anti-Popery ' current that is now running through the Protestant mind of England, threatening to ingulpla the Catholics of that land under the billows of some 'new' Penal Laws. The organs of the High and Low Church parties — of the half-extinct old Tory school j of the Protectionists and Free Traders ; of Dissenters and Protestants of every hue of creed and political opinions, or of no creed at all, but that of hatred to Catholicism, — all, all hark in, with sur prising unanimity, to the ' Tally-ho ' cry of down with Pope and Popery, Whether Lord John had or had not an ' anti-Popery Bill ' cut and dry in hi...

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THE DAIlY NEWS ON THE ENGLISH HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

THE DAI&Y NEW&QVk THE. ENG LISH HIERARCHY. GiFdasy.who wrote the ' History of the Britons,' in the sixth century, complains that the Clergy of his time seldom troubled themselves much with preaching the Faith, either to the ignorant' Britons or the heathen Saxons* Bede remarks- upon this, that it was a blessed' Providence that Gregory the Great was moved by Divine inspiration to undertake the conversion of the island by sending more- worthy preachers; This is merely the commencement of a parallel between the ancient and the modern English Church, which can be carried on with' such remarkable regularity — such ap position of coincidence, that we are quite sure we shall be performing a service to the future Niebuhrs of our history, by distin guishing between the two sets of facts. We have most of us read how Gregory the Great, in the sixth century, was* struck by the sight of some Fnglish slaves in the market place at' Rome — how he indulged thereupon in some very indi...

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ORIGIN OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

ORIGIN OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A paragraph, with the above title, after going the round of the English papers ^ found its way natura'ly enough into the Herald. It runs as follows : — ? 'Origin of the Ciiurch of E.ygland.— ? Saint Paul preached the Gospel of Christ in Britain about the fourteenth year of the Emperor Nero, and A.D. 63. He there appointed Aristobulus, mentioned in the Epistle to the Komans, as the first bishop, and established a complete episcopal form or Church government, xne utiurcn or urnsiu urns esta blished was senior to that of Kome ; Linus, the first bishop of the latter place, being appointed by the joint authority of Peter and Paul, in the year of their martyrdom, after Paul'sreturn frotnBritain. The Church in Britain continued to be governed by its own bishops for 600 years, independent of any foreign church, and was found in that state by Austin, the Pope's first missionary, at which time they had schools and churches, and a learned clergy ; and were in a...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry. — Fowls. Is. 6d. to Is. 9d. ;. ducks, 2s. to 2s. 6d. ; geese, 5s. to 0s. ; turkeys, 6b. 6d. to 8s. ; pigeons, 9d. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. 6d. to 3s. each. Dairy Produce.— Salt butter, 6d. to Is.; fresh, Is. Od. to U. 3d. ; cheese, 5^1. to Gd. ; bacon, 7d. to 8d.per lb.; eggs, Is. per dozen. Vegetables —Potatoes, 5s. Od. to 6s.; onions, 10s. to 14s. per cwt. ; cabbages, Is. 6d. to 3s. Od. ; lettuces, la. 0d. ; turnips, 0s j parsley, 4s. to 0a. ; celery, 3s to 0s. ; pai snips, Is. 8d. to 0s. ; carrots, Is. 4d ; pumpkins, 4s. Od. to 5s. 0d.; vegetable marrow, 0s. Od per dozen or dozen bunches; green peas, 6s. to 7s. ; French beans, 3^,j)cr bushel. Fruit.— Lemons, 4d. , quinces, 4'd. to 6d. ; pears, 4d. to 6d.; apples, 6d. to Is. ; bananas, Is. ; water melons, Is. 6d. to 3s. Od. per dozen ; peaches, Is. to la. 6d. per basket; grapes, 2d. to 3d. per lb. Sundries.— Beef. fd. to 1 £d. ; mutton, Id. to l£d. per lb. ; hay, £2 15s. to £3 15s. ; straw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. A FEW Copies of the following Books jV are on S»le at the Office of the 'Fbfbman's Journal.' 70, Castlereagh-street. Doway Bible and Testament Reeve's History of the Bihla Missals. Vesperals, and Complines life of Christ, by St. Bonaventure Cfulloner'* Meditations Millner'a 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 Tlte Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory The Practice of the Living Rosary And some very good Religious Prints. SUPERIOR TEAS. Ex late Arrivals. FINE CONGOUS Hysonskin Gunpowder Fine Hyson Orange Pekoe Souchong Black, green, and mixed teas, at one shil ling per pound. At tfREDK. STEWARTS, 17, Hunter-street. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. AT a preliminary meeting of the Inha bi...

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Freland. COUNTY CLARE-GREAT MEETING IN ENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

ErcianU. COUNTY CLABK— GBBAT -MEETING- IN ENNIS. (From //*.- Tablet.) ' Frederick' Lucas, Esq., of the Tablet, was intro duced to the, meeting- by Rev. Mr. Sheehy, and re ceived with immense cheering. He said — Mr. Chairman and gentlemen, I am afraid that the Council of the Irish Tenant League is a very erratic body ; it has been running about, during the last few weeks, from North to South, from East to West — from Wexford to Kilkenny. Monagban, Meath, and other counties ; and this very day the Council of the Tenant Lease — like Sir Boyle Roche's bird, being able to be in two plrrces at once — is at Letterkenny, in the comity Donegal, and the prin ciples that have been expounded so eloquently here, are now being expounded and adopted before and by assembled thousands in that northern region. (Hear, hear.) We have now come to the extreme south-west of Ireland — to that county which may be fairly called the Golgotha of Ireland — the place of skulls and skeletons — the classic land of...

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[?]aiastical Entelligence. VISIT OF THE POPE TO THE HOSPITAL OF ST. MICHAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

HZcclmMital finterugnirc. VISIT OF THE £OPE TO THE HOSPITAL O51 BT. MICHAEL fPmm A Corres-nondent of the Tablet.) I was lately present at one of the finest religions . ceremonies which Rome lias witnessed for two years —the visit' oT the Pope to ih ; rlo.pital of Saint Mi'-hael; The hospital is one-f the most curious and best managed in the capital of the Christian world. Founded by Innocent XII. in 1686, in creased and improved by Clemeut XT. and Pius VI., it is placed under the peculiar protection of the Sovereign Pontiff. In this vast palace cf Catholic charity, there is a school of arts and trades . for poor children, an asylum for invalid men and women, «-id a school for young girls. The religious or worldly fetos at Rome have a great advantage over ours'. W'e feel in nowise the embarrassment caused by orders to the police. The public, it is true, is patient, polite, and in nowise a' friend of tumult. Never will a grc-3s word h?. heard in a crowd — nover will a woman be insulte...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1851. In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas." LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1851. ' In Necessariis Uniias, in Dubiis Liberias, in Omnibus Charitas.' LEGISLATIVE C0U ? CIL. The Council will assemble to-morrow for the despatch of business. The Session, however, will be a short one. The business which has to be despatched is, in fact, wholly of a preliminary nature. It is the mere raaki g of arrangements for calling into operation the New Constitu'ional Act, and for erecting the southern province, hitherto kuown as the Port Phi'lip district, into an indepen dent Colouy. This done there will be a final dissolution of our present L gislature, and an election of Councillors to serve under the new regime. But short as the Session will be, thero can be no doubt that the measures to be dis cussed are of the greatest possible impor-. tance. Although not called upon to make laws, properly so called, the Council will have to construct the machjnerv J^JW&lti&l^ cuerefofe may be said to influence the legis lation of many years to come....

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

''CATHOLIC' DIRECTORY FOR MARCH. 27 T Of the Feria, 0. S. B., of the Octave. 28 F Of the Feria, 0. S. B., Feast of the Five Wounds of our l»ord, d. maj. 29 Sat Of the Feria. 30 S Fourth in Lent. 31 M Of the Feria.

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