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

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. I be Collector and Agents in Sydney for the ' Freeman's Journal ' will give receipts for all monies paid on account; of this' paper, signed by Mr. James Cosgrove, the Pub lisher. No other receipts wi 1 be acknow ledged. Country Agents are requested to demand a sett'ement of the sums due by Subscribers in their respective localities. Several are now owing — one, two, and even three quarters' subscription — contrary to the ex press terms of publication.

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

♦ Of Matrfmony we will content ourselves with saying that the Catholic rite is singularly and beau tifully interwoven witli the Mass or Euchanstic sa crifice, only similarly interrupted for the hallowing of the sacramt-ntal oils; as though to copy o» Lord's example, of uniting the marriage-teaat wiw . Ihe foreshadowing of the Sacrament of the altar,

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH letters and communications to the Editorsand the Publisher must be prepaid. It is neceaaary that tho writers of all communica tious should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although thia information is not required fur publication, it i3 requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in tin's part of our paper. Received from M. R., Shoalhaven £2 2 0

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Fkeeman's Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George-street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Goulburn-streets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta gtreet, and Mr. Thomas McEncroc, Grocer, Sussex street. Market Wharf.

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POPISH CEREMONIALS IN PROTESTANT CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

rOPlSil 'C^REMbNI^S ; IN PrStaJT ?'?'.'.. ?'.' CIlUftCHES'. ' '' Hut there is anothej-.yery important eon :sideration suggested, to; n» by the recent la' imentable secession* from out Church l* .may/well occur tb bsroin.fiufre how fdr til'! wayL imay, have been ; pave,d,fpr -them,, in some in&t1a«c.e8}a,t-le.a8rJ bythe growih. of opinion* an* practices ni our HeformedChurch which ?at;;vanance,.if not; wid^the letter, yet with tlVV.Stf.M.r ?C J^.JeaQliwwMid ordinano^ r ami uniwiiliog, to condemn, without resent 'the motives of' those amongst the Clergy who have thought, themselves at liberty 'to imifatfe, a^nearly asfit;i- possible to imitate : wiiiiouio a , positive infringement) of the la/ the form* and' ceteraonies-ot the Chiurch of Ronoe,{or to insinuate without' openly assert ing some of the mo*t' dangerous of tl-0Se errors which: our own Reformed Church has ?renounced and-conciemned. I am bound to do justice to- their zeal and dtvotedness— 'their self-denial and cnarity...

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DR. BLOMFIELD'S CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

DRr.. B LOMiFJE L1D^- 0H MGK; (? JbVom We Tablet ) Dr. BJomfiejd. hap. published a very, .lengthy charge to hi?- Clergy,. chitfly refer ring to the Gorhaoi case, and the dangers he apprehends to the Protestant' Churchi from the increase of Catholicity. This- charge fills, no less tl an sixteen column 3- of the CJiurcTii and Slate GhzeiVe. We1 can1 only, therefore, state the heads od it,, and give some extracts of passages which', at this crisis, are both curious and important. The Bishopof' London^, like the res? of his bre thren, seems* resolved to use all the Episco pal authority of? which he considers himself in possession,, to re-assert the thorough Pro testantism of the Abnglican GJhurch. It is- perhaps the most serious blow whi&h Dr. Fusey^. Mr.. Keble,,and the Puseyite school generally, have yet received;. But to pro ceed with the charge. If commences1- with the preliminary matter, consistiag of a most prolix and puzzled dissertation on the Gor ham case and its import...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

sM&tyLHttg iEntelUsrnre. . ARiuv.\r;-5.- March 20. — Edg«r, U.S. ship, Captain Smith, from San Francisco 20th December, and Honolulu the 1st February. March 20.— J. Lovett, schooner, 147 tons, Cap tain Brown, from San Francisco the 21st January. Mardf20.— Phoebe, schooner, «9 tons, Captain Nickson, from Port Albert the l7ih inst. March 21.— Australian, barque, duo tons, ivajj tain Wiles, from the South Sea Fisheries. ( March 21;— Nelson, barque, 247 tons, Captain, Spiirling, from the South Sea Fisheries. ? ; March 22.— Tamar, steamer, ISO tons, Captain Paine, from Moreton Bay the 19th inst. March . 25.— Border Maid, schooner, 91 tons, Captain Kitchen, from Wellington the 2nd inst. March 26.— -Achilles, barque, 443 tons, Captain M*Euvie, from London the 5th November. March 26. — Moa, brig, 236 tons, Captain Norris, from Auckland. DEPARTURES. March 20. — Alert, barque, 394 tons, Captain Milne, for San Francisco. March 20. — Wanderer, brig, 140 tons, Captain Jackson, for Geelon...

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THE MIRACLES OF OUR LORD IN THEIR RELATION TO THE BLESSED EUCHARIST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

THE MIRACLES OF OUR LORD IN THEIR RfcLVTION TO THE BLESSKD EUCHARIST. {From t e Dublin Review.) It woukl indeed have been strange, if miracles had been wanting to foreshow the miracle of spiritual miracle3. But there are such, and mo3t splendid, most perfect, and most beautifully illustrative of the Catholic doctrine. We will dwell upon these, though not at the length which the importance of the subject deserves. 1. Out blessed Lord himself has furnished us witn a clue to the connection betweon the first and His own institution. He did nothing without a design, intended to com municate His doctrine respecting tin's food of life ; and by way of preliminary, He led the people into the wilderness like Moses, and there miraculously fed them. Five thousand men, besides women and children, were fully satisfied with five loaves » nd two fishes. Nor was the feast exhausted. Twelve baskets of fragments of bread re mained ; and who doubts that these would have sufficed, as well as the origina...

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. {To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — So much has been written about the late establishment of the Catholic Hierarchy in Eng land, that it may seem almost impertinent for an anonymous correspondent to proffer any further opi nions about it. In fact, had not the Herald, tried to get up a little Anti-Popish excitement in Sydney it would hardly have been worth while to notice at all a matter in no way affecting our own political or social relations as Australian colonists. Thanks to the liberal spirit of former Governors, Catholics here have long had reason to be very well satisfied. To the enlightened statesmanship, more especially of Sir Richard Bourke, they are indebted for the legal recognition of their civil and religious rights. With the new ecclesiastical arrangements in Eng land, except in the way of hearty sympathy, we have no concern. The Catholic Hierarchy has been long since organised by the Holy Father, in this as in other Brit...

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THE GREAT FIFTH OF NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

THE GREAT FIFTH OF NOVEMBER. (From a Correspondent ef the Tablet.) The great controversy of the hierarchy is beginning to assume a new aspect. The policy recommended by the Times was, that all Protestants ehould, for the nonce, forget their minor differences, and unite in one compact phalanx to resent the insult offered to the Queen and Church of this country. Gorhamites and anti-Gorhamites, Puseyites, Evangelicals, and Latitudinarians, were to shake hands, and rush blindly, side by side, into battle, trusting to find their quarrel ar ranged to their common satisfaction when the fight was over. But, alas for the gene ralship of that unscrupulous paperl the. ruse has been detected and laid open in a tempe rate and manly letter of Mr. A. Denison, the brother of the Bishop of Salisbury; who recommends ail Anglican Churchmen to keep separate from the disgraceful attack upon the Catholics, and to reserve their strength for the vindication of themselves from the slavery of the State* This...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. March 20.— Sister, 45, Hescott ; Elizabeth,, 32, Doyle ; Albatross, 32, Denes ; Primus, 3fi', Lever, all for Newcastle ; Dove, 29, Redman ;- Currency Lass, 20, Ringland, both for Broulee. March 21. —James and Amelia, 33', Scrivens ; William, 21, Maine; Anna -Maria, 49, Bonney Prosperous, 17, Roberts, all for Newcastle ; Willi the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Wave, 17, Lobb, for Shoalhav'en. March 22. — Warlock, 43,* Gibson; Vixen,' 45, Williamson ; Mary Jane, 32, Kelly ;'Edwardj, 2.9, Hutton, all fer Newcastle ; .Maria Prudence, 27, Loader, ior Shoalhaven.; Susannah, 24, Gregory; ' for Broulee ; Traveller, 14, Gray; Ann, 10, An derson; Wild Duck, 25, Laverick ; Sylph, 23,' » Orpen;. Gitana, 14, Roberts,, all for' Brisbane Water. : . March 24.— Caroline, 29, Prider ; Australia, 4o- Williams ; Pompey, 45, Cathery ; Clarissa, (50, Campbell ; Jenny-Lind, 33, Farnsworth ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley, all for Newcastle; Phantom, 2flr Settree; Victory, 19, ...

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COASTERS IN [?]ARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 March 1851

COASTERS IN a ARDS. March 20. — Sister, 45, Hescott; Edward, 29, Hutton ; Elizabeth, 32, Doyle ; Fancy, 33, Brown ; Mary Ann, 58, Francis, all from Newcastle. March 21. — Elizabeth, 32, Merrett - Caroline,. 29, Prider,. both from Newcastle ; JPeacock, 19, Hawley, from the Hawkesbury ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. March 22. — Jane Williams, 33, Rowlands ; Mary Jane, 32, Kellv : Paterson Packet. 41, Brown: Warlock, 42, Gibson, all from Newcastle ;; Travel ler, 14, Gray; Ann, 10, Anderson ;? Sylph,.'-'' 23, Orpen ; Gitana, 15, Roberts, all from Brisbane Water. March 24. — Astralw, 45, Williams; Clarissa, GO, Campbell ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Eagle,- 28, Tyrrel, all from Newcastle ; Currency Ljid, 21, Spears; Magnet, 17, Samuel*:; Phantom, 23, Set tree; Victory, 19, Fisher, all from Brisbane Water ; Cygnet, 30, Murray, from Wollongong; Charles Webb, 2.4, Brown, from Kiama. March 25. — William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, ? from Wollongong ; Emily, ...

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

LIMERICK BRtTSH WAREHOUSE, 438, GEORGE STREE.T, NEST DOOR TO THE COMMERCIAL BAN&, TO THE TRADE. COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS AND PRIVATE FAMILIES. JUST RECEIVED, a splendid assoit-' t^ ment of — Hair brushes Hat ditto ? Cloth ditto , 'Tooth ditto ?'.''': Nail ditto i : Shaving ditto ' . ; Brooms— all sizes Bannister brushes Double carpet brushes ? Sweeps' dusters - superior Hearth brusheB Shcte ditto Stock ditto, from No. 7 Ground Painters'— sizes Dusters of every description Stove and grate brushes Scrubbing ditto . .. Tar brushes and handles Turk's heads and handles Hair carpet brooms— all sizes * Mops, sponges, and horse brushes Dandy and water brushes '' ? Perfumery of every description Great variety of scented soaps Shaving soaps, &c, Sec. The public are respectfully requested to inspect the above assortment of Brushware and Perfumery , to be sold at the lowest cash prices. 438, George-street, Sydney, Next to Commercial Bank. 0 CHEAP HAY— CORN DEALING. JOHN FEARNLEY hav...

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

IMPOUNDING tf. Cooma. — From Cooleringdon, for trespass, .March 3rd: — Red sided bullock, JW ribs, 2 shoulder oft' side; blue sided cow and calf, II thigh, II with GW under ribs, Y shoulder oft' side ; blue sided steer, JW ribs, 2 shoulder off side, yellow bullock, WR off ribs ; yellow bullock. MR rump, MR ribs ; offside, aged; red steer, yearling, J with J under off rump ; white heifer, JW ribs, 5 shoulder, stump tail ; red bullock, WJ off rump ; spotted neifer, unbranded, yearling ; spotted heifer, unbranded, 2 years old ; brown yearling bull-, unbranded ; black cow, C in diamond ribs, M shoulder off side. If not claimed, will be sold on the 31st March.' H. Huo.AitTi/. lls. 9d. . .*? Bomhala. — By Mr. Hehden, from Mahratta station, for trespass, March 4 : Yellow steer, SL, off rump. Brown steer, like J over pj off rump: Yel low cow, white back and belly, MH off ribs, calf by her side. Yellow cow, white back and belly HO over HG off rump and thigh, calf by her sidr. Brindle sided s...

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CITY COUNCIL. (Condensed from the Sydney Morning Herald.) MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

CJTY COUNCIL. ( Condensed ft am the Sydney Morning Herald.) MONDAY. Present — The Mayor, Alderman Broughton, Egan, Fisher, and Brown ; Councillors Ryan, Peden, Board, Moore, Thornton, Lenehan, Tierney, Peek, Thomas, Driver^ Little, Simmons, Flood, Roberts, Hill, Weekes, and Moflitt. SUPPLY OF WATER. Mr. Weekes moved that the Special Committee appointed by the Council on the 29th January, looO, to enquire into the best means of affording a permanent supply of water to the city, be dis solved ; and that jnlien thereof, a Committee, con sisting of Alderman Bi'oughtou, Councillors Joseph son, Peek, Williams, M'Donald, and Weekes, be appointed to take such steps as may be necessary for carrying into effect the important object for which the Committee was originally appointed After j having obtained a variety of most. valuable '' . information upon this most important 'subject', thV ? v Committee had allowed- fifteen months toelapsa : 'without reporting to the Council upon .it. - ?? ;Mr. ...

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POSTPONEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

postponements; - '; '?? ? Mr. NICHOLS obtained leave to postpone until Friday next the motion for the appropriation of £2000 for an expedition in search of Dr. Leichhardt; ! DISTRESS FOR RENT. . Mr. MARTIN moved for, leave to bring in a bill to regulate distresses for rent. It was the inten tion of the Government to oppose him, on the ground that the business of the present session was to be confined to the Electoral Act, but when he had explained me oojeci oi me oiu, ne imruiy thought it would persist in this intention. It had been decided by the Supreme Court, that the clause of the Imperial Act, enforcing the sale of goods under distress, was not in force in this colony ; landlords therefore could distrain, but could not sell. The object of this Bill was to make the law what it was understood to be before. The Bill contained two new clauses. The first provided that landlords should distrain under warrants of dis tress signed in duplicate, one to be in the hands of the bailiff, th...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

Tuesday. The Speaker took the chair at half-past two o'clock. ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. On the motion of the COLONIAL SECRE TARY, the House proceeded to present their ad dress to the Governor. The House having reassembled, the SPEAKER read His Excellency's reply. j Mb. Speaker, and Gentlemen ov the Legisla I thank you for the address containing the ex pression of your loyalty and affection to Our Most Gracious Sovereign, and for the assurance of your attentive consideration of the important measures which I shall submit to you during the Session. j CHs. A FITZ ROY. j Government House. Svdney, April 1. MR. MARTIN'S ACTION AGAINST THE SPEAKER. The SPEAKER reported the decision of the Court in favour of the plaintiff, with forty shillings damages and the costs of the sut. VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICTS BILL. A Message was presented from his Excellency the Governor, transmitting the draft of a Bill for dh Districts. Ordered to be printed, and to be taken into conr sideration on Tuesday nex...

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Domestic Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, MARCH 28. OPENING OF THIS SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

?: .' Bomtaiic SntelUgrnce.' ' .LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, March 28. ???OPENING OF THIS SESSION. Friday being the day appointed for opening the last session of the present Council, at twelve o'clock the Speaker and many of the members assembled. There was a considerable number of ladies present, and the Council Chamber and gallery were very crowded. Amongst others, we observed the Captain and some of the officers of- the Spanish corvette. The following members xveve present :— Official — The Honorable E. Deas Thompson, Co /^*~^lonial Secretary ; the Honorable C. D. Riddell, Co ' lotual Treasurer ; the Honorable J. H. Plunkett, Atsorney-General ; Colonel Gibbes, Collector of ' Customs ; W. Montague Manning, Esq., So|icitor ^. General; and William Lithgow, Esq., Auditor '$h5n?rr-al. /' (J\ Non^oflyaal. Nominees — Henry Watson Parker, ^Esq. ; George Allen, Esq. ; John Lamb, Esq. ; Cap tain King : Alexander Berry, Esq. Elected Members — W. C. Wentworth, Esq., and Dr. Lang (Sydney) ; R...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

LATli ENGLISH NEWS. News has reached the Colony by^the Lady Sale^ to the second week in December. The insane out cry against the Catholic Hierarchy was as fierce as ever, but it was evidently kept up chiefly by the Anglican clergy, and at a great many of the meet ings held under their auspices, counter-resolutions were proposed and supported by a respectable minority. The liberal press, in the province* especially, was pretty unanimous in condemning the fanaticism of the nation. The Universities had addressed the Queen, and had received cold and cautious replies. Her Majesty, we are glad to see, ' cordially concurs in the wish that all classes of her subjects should enjoy the free exercise of their religion.' This is tantamount to a wish not to. interfere with the Catholic Hierarchy^ without . which her Majesty's Catholic subjects cannot freely exercise their religion. The Protestant Bishops had also addressed the Queen ; hut the address was not signed by the Bishops of Exeter and S...

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SCIENCE AND STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

SCIENCE AND STATISTICS. f vrom me nation, j Irish Peat. — Mr. Owen, whose Analyses of Irish Peat were alluded to in the House of Commons last session by the O'Gorman Mahon, has published the results of later labours in the same direction. These labours have been carried on partly under the superintendence of Dr. Hodges, the Professor of Agriculture in Queen's College, Belfast,' and partly in the neighbourhood of London, at the premises of Messrs. Cotfey and Sons, the engiiieers, and the conclusions now represented to have been arrived at are of an exceedingly satisfactory nature.. They do not promise 500 per cent, originally talked of, but, according to a certified estimate rendered by Messrs. Goffey, they show a profit of upwards of 100 per cent* ' This, estimate, which is framed for an establishment consuming 36y500 tons of peat per annum, is as follows : — KXI'TMtMTURE,. 36,,500 tons of peat at 2s. per ton, . . £3650 455 sons of sulphuric acid at £7 . .. 3135 Wear and tear of app...

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