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THE IRISH STATE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
THE IRISH STATE PRISONERS. The Ilobart Town Advertiser has made a lame attempt to excuse Sir William Denison for his heartless and illegal fireatment of the Exiles.' Dr. McCarthy, the Rev. Mr. Magorian, and Mr. John Mitchell, have j written to the Editor of the Advertiser, giving a flat contradiction to each of the] statements whereby he endeavoured to pal liate the oppressive conduct of his patron/ Sir W. Deriispn. We can only make space1 for Mr. Mitchell's pointed and spirited letter, which is as follows:— To the Editor of tiie Advertiser. Sir— In your leading article of the 7tli instant, relating to the position and treatment of the Irish Political Prisoners, there is one error which it concerns me to set right at once, You say that if we leave the Districts assigned to us respectively for residence, we ' break our parole j' and as the Adver tiser is understood to be the orsan of the Jjocai Goverment.such statement, appearing in Us columns, : seems to come from authority. I have ...
EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. Ma. Secretary Hawes —The following is from a letter addressed by Mr, Hawes to the Morning Chronic1 o : — MI have long enjoyed the friendship of Cardinal Wiseman, and 1 hope long to enjoy it. Upon his beinu; created a Cardinal, and leaving England, under the expectation of residing abroad for many years (which to my knowledge was Dr. Wiseman's expectation), a common friend of his and mine caueu upon Mie, anu nwonueu uib mat l/i . Wiseman's friends intended to offer him some mark of their regard and respect. My reply was, that U| on every personal consideration I should be happy to join, if my doiDg so as a Protestant, and upon private and personal grounds only, would be accept? able to a Roman Catholic. I was subsequently invited to the meeting, anJ 1 attended it. But finding that the address to Dr. Wiseman was such as 1 could not, as a Protestint, sign, and than the res'lutions were also such as none but Roman Catholics could support, 1 was obliged to state the...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The valuable letter of ?? C.' on ' Labour and Im migration' came too late for this day's publica tion. Li order to eave time, trouble, and postage. we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our paper. Received from J. P. It., Appin .. £l 16 0 J. C, Windsor .. 1 18 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
CHEAP HAY—COKN DEALING. JOHN FEARNLEY having enlaged his Premise8, wishes to inform the Public that he ean execute orders to any extent, oh the shortest notice, having always a most extensive Stock, which he will sell at such prices that he .cannot be un dersold in fair dealing. **? Observe the Address, FEARNLEY'S Old Established Corn Stores. Near the Queen's Wharf, Lew r George-street TO OUR AGENTS. WE beg gratefully to acknowledge the valuable services of our Agents throughout the colony, for the last quarter. As the terms of publication require payment in advance, or a» early dm ing the quarter as may be convenient ; we trust our *' Country' Agents will favour the pithsher with the names of subscribers, and the a-nrunt of subscriptions at their earliest convenience. T.ie usual allowance will, of course, be made to Agents as jsrine remuneration for their exertions in behalf of tU Frecma?i's Journal. IRONMONGERY. GREAT REDUCTION TN PRICES. ng^:HE undersigned being desirous of re Ji...
Literature. RHYMES FOR THE LAND-LORDED. BURTHENS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
:'?: i:^:',; '':%itevntuve* ? : :RHlfifM^POE THE LAND-LORDED. Ji-.'i io iu^irom tkejtation.) BURTHENS. ' Cl'aftfter- of the i 'Right of Ages,' ' Por jng.over f' deeds ' unrolled^ Turn Vd the historic pages, . Where ancestral worth is told, . , llead how feudal landlords render'd ..-.-. : .... Homage for their acres' yield, By contintcal service, tender'd .Both in Council and in field.' '; ? . .. ... ?--. :'? How they— rhaugre brutal trassailij And rude crimes scarce irieritibii'd now— - Arm'd arid led their warritfr vassals, Fed. the Holder of the' plough ; Hdw thev did rlile, if unkindly, Those below them ! how they own'd Duty to the State, though blindly Paid to any chance enthroned. in. One by one, your several burdens, = . On your shoulders you have laid } Yet you beg the olden guefdJonsy Olden service yet unpaid. Feed us, but in famine -season f '.??'? Bear the charges of pout wars' f* Give the starved-^at least a reason ! Show us, Chief ! your noble scars. IV. ' ?????. Claimer...
THE ELECTORAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
THE ELECTORAL ACT. ? Some three months ago we called: the atten tion of our readers to: the importance of the duties which would devolve upon ; the Legis lative Council during this, its first session. We then represented the danger to which the Co'ony woud be subjected of having those rights, granted to them by Imperial Parliament, nullified and set aside by the ignorance or the rapacity of our Colonial Legislators, and we were the first in the ranks of the colonial press to' call upon the colonists to come forward, to assemble in each district to petition the Council foe that fair share of representation to which it was entit'ed, and to set forth its claims in such a manner as would make them intelli gible and apparent. Although each and all of our contemporaries followed our example, the colonists, even in the City of Sydney, did nAf .rannnni) ¥n flinfc nail and wHUft t\\& Go vernment in framing the Electoral Act, has been calmly apportioning out the colony to suit its own...
PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
PROPERTY. The black cock on the pathless moor} The reel deer in the fern, Yon cloud of rocks the' plough' d field o'erj The river-watching hern, The pheasant in the lofty wood,— And all God's creatures free To roam through earth, and air, and flood,— These are not Property. But earth, its mines, its- thousand st'reaniSj And air's uncounted waves Freighted with gold and silver beams To brighten lowliest graves ; The mountain-cleaving waterfall, The ever restless sea, God gave, not to a few, but all, As common Property. What thou hast grown or nurtured, — that Thou well may'st call thine own : Thy horse, thy kine, thy household cat, — - The harvest thou hast sown. But earth belongeth to the whole,— God gave it not to thee ; Nor made the meanest human soul Another's Property. . Spartacus, ' Ye3 ! your wars, my Lords ! begun and car ried on for the exclusive maintenance and benefit of the ' Landed Interest,'
THE PUBLIC MEETING OF THURSDAY LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
THE PUBLIO MEETING OF THURSDAY LAST. The public meeting at the Royal Hotel on Thursday last has afforded another proof of the impossibility of discussing abstruse po litical questions at popular assemblages. This meeting must, upon the whole, be re garded as a decided failure, for the onlv proposal which was adopted amounts to no more than has been over and over again urged in all quarters so far as regards the reduction of the price of land and the abo lition of sales by auction. Tor the rest it is difficult to make out what the mover would drive at, and, in point of fact, but little consideration was given to any branch of the subject. Any proposal with a ' taking' appearance would have been adopted for the purpose of knocking up the meeting. The feeling of the majority was against a renewal of Immigration in any shape, or upon any term's; and it is only surprising that some resolution plainly ex pressive of this feeling was iiot adopted. It was very absurd to attempt the discus s...
THE BROTHERS. A TALE FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
T II U B R O T H EK S . A ?ALE FOR CriltDREN. (Front, a Correspondent.) 11 Then lies him meekly down fast by his brethren's side.' —Milton. There vVas a little boy once,- living in a far off place, always very much aJone ; and so, havi.ig no others to play with him and take his thoughts away, I.e loved to speak and stay with Ihin'gs,- which though they did not speak to him, did not leave him ; and he made the trees his friends, and the rocks and the flowers were his brothers and sis ters. Holy men lived che-e,- who were sin«in» ? lit ~™ night and day ; and he loved to sleep be neath the windows of their temple, and wake to hear them at their goodly work* In course ot time the boy came to Jove more and more the temple, and to leave the woods- and streams/ and then he might be seen very olten with the singers and long iiig much to join them, and after all he went — and then the world never saw him. One day the stillness of that place was broken by many voices and much noise, and orte ...
SANITARY REFORM.—DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
SANITARY REEORM.— DRAINAGE. Each succeeding article on the ' Sanitary state of Sydney,' furnished by the Herald's special reporter, brings to light some new and frightful feature of the filthy and un healthy state of the city. The inhabitants ot oydney are very much indebted to the proprietors of the Herald for the interesting jnass of information, revolting though it be, laid before them by the intelligent and in dustrious special reporter of that paper. .This is more than they might expect for the next half century from any of their civic functionaries. If it be productive of no other good result, it must at least excite a blush on the lucre-loving visages of the shameless owners— (if they can afford a blush) — of these filthy lanes and courts, which the reporter holds up with a masterly hand, to public gaze. But the most valuable piece of informa tion contained in these excellent reports, is that pointed out in No. IX,, and pub ished on last Saturday, regarding the drainage of th...
Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
^-^^^i^tiral tntfifeMfe Church % the Title of S^i tin-inster, and; Ad warlKV-^ . ,, , ^,, ;ft Christ, the' Olerpy ?To ortr^afly, .Wed J J£ ? j#aithftkl of the I Archdiocese and Uioces* - ?tion-in-the IjOrd' ' . 0 mAer a neWtHe, it is ?not, dearly belove. 1, * * * » a ^ now j e ?in wards we seem u, ?*— - fl k our heart ,8 formed, tinder our rule, .TS'?'«^ For now £ undhridea-M ^^,ind /o^ by new and mily d° E.3 cnartv Sfclothy6ur so,,! yearn, SX^l^rAa to vou though words ? — fon »? -mats sl^-s £ -s .........4yrai»lwnnittedto«Idi»syOT-. e that we 4s in sorrow and we ^^u, our beloved should again face to f«* ™0'aJ °^r consolation flock; so much the grater no««^ much and our joy, when we hnd o ursebes^ ^ :.:.ffiss?sgsss«i feeling,, when through that ov ng * ^ b ^ rous and wise comwew, ..«. . o -~ -- b he re8t0. the Feast of the ArctangeUj Michael, ^ the Heavenly Host, His Holme* P Apostolic .va* graciously pleased to »*ue ™* /JJl in t£rras of :.?'?? Episcopal Sees ; repealing at_ the sj ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
; CATHOLIC BOOKS. 4 FKW Copies of the following Books .]% are on Sale at the Office of the 'Fbeeman's Journal.' 70, Castlereagh-street. Do way Bible and Testament . ; Reevo's History of the Bible ? . Missals, Wesperals, and Complines ? 1 jfe of ;Ghri8t. by Sf. Bonaventure -CltaVlonpr'i Meditations . '?? ' Millner'a End of Controversy ,;, ' Poor Man's Catfchism ' ,:. ' Think Well On't ;j . : Manual of Devotion ...''' . :. Strangers' Guide to Mass v . ^Catholic Child's Prayer Book Andrew Dun.a .... The Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. J, McEncroe The Testimony of Antfquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by R« K. Sconce, B. A., Oxon The Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory The Practice of the Living Rosary Bell's Dictionary of all Religion Cobbett's History of the Reformation Britain's Divinity of Christ Dr. Ullathorne's New South Wales Via Crucis the Way of the Cross Catechism extracted from the Writings of Martin Luther The Gar...
Ireland. IRELAND'S RESOURCES AND CAPACITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
Irrlatft n,*r.iwns EESOUfiCES AND CAPACITIES}, iIV''J'^ : (From the Nation.) ? The following, aoaress, which we uaunoiroom fnr last week, was .delivered, on Tuesday week, be^ fore. the Bourd of Irish Manufactures and Indus tryAv7' V jM'Anastoie, of Great Brunswick-street, rnsp to propose a -««= «' *'««v» ?? '^ *? ? » v fntfor the Brent London, Exhibition of 1851. Hp was happy to hear from tliat lecturer that there was a 'prevalent desire to develope the naourew, t»oth natural and industrial, of Irelgnd. He vas Xo o-lad to know that the erroneous impression an tn Insh productions, occasioned by putting false -. and foreign marks and Wrappers upon such staple ?' manufactures as cambrics and diapers, was likely * . ? a «.» last. Sneaker l'oster, seeine tl.e mury inflicted on this country by those 'deh- ; sSnsJ' proposed to pay the difterence, should tlmre ; 1 ,p anv to two Quaker ladies, largely embarked, at Pnllen in the business of manufacturing coloured thread! to compensate those f...
THE ENGLISH CATHOLICS AT ROME. ROME, OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
TUV. POLISH CATHOLICS AT BOMB. (F,om a Correspondent of the Catholic - Standard) | \ ? KOMK, UUTUiirai iu. T mpntioned in my last the deputation which His ! S college, were admitted to the presence of the Pontiff and 5everelly presented by Cardinal Wise I lon.'\8' tl*A ™ iS. Ipft hand, whilst Monsignor ?SoTstooTon theTight, the holy J^h« also standing, having received us, not in the state nresencrchamber, where he is enthroned, but in S?3 The I private cabinet*, where he »s habitualtyl occupied a room of moderate dimensions, furnished as are all those of the Pontific apartments, with a rich simplicity, a chaste magnificence, peculiarly awropriate to the residence of the Sacerdotal Sove Sgnfand displaying no provision for superfluoui luxury, whilst al is in conformity with the dignity of the occupant. A large Crucifix, the figure ex IStXStin ivor-, the Cross o_f ebony or inlaid marble, is the principal ornam™ UiC»c.y I room y^u pa's through, and stands on the writing- ? r0, T ??T»Lw ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
ROYAL EXCHANGE COMPANY. ' j 1 'HE bum of Five Thousand Pounds t I having been subscribed, the Share- f holders of tin's Company are requested in terms' -^T !? the agixjemunt, to attend a meeting, to be huld in jj Mr, Lyons' upper Rooms, George-street, oil Monday.* | the 7th instant, at three o'clock I'.!!-, for the.pU:-1- j( pose of electing Provisional and Honorary O.ffic« j' Beavers. \ All parties who have not yet been invited to join (; t'ie Company, and who maybe desiroui of doing % ..so, are requested to attend. . . .. . «;; By order of the Committee. ? ' p GEORGE HUES, tf ottdtafy Sodr&taty «i April;?, , , .:?«?.?:'?.. . ; [;! f' r |i
EPISCOPACY AND PRESBYTERIANISM [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
EPISCOPACY AND PRftSTWTffPT a vriU Ihe Anglicans who have been mainly in strumental in creating the Anti-Roman ex eitement, are beginning to find that they bave burnt their fingers. They have roused a spirit which is in truth more hostile to themselves, as being the dominant party, than to the Catholics, whoso far as the state o WuOOTnea, are in a position precisely simi lar to that of Protestant Dissenters. What at firsfc seemed a call upon England to resist a foreign invasion, has gradually assumed the shape of a Tory movement, an aggres sion of Anglican parsons, asserting their supremacy over the consciences of all the inhabitants of Great Britain. The Scotch, shrewd nonnlA oo fdnn „ ? .i /. rwv^v, «o UUGy aitJj were tne nrst to see the real tendency of the outcry, and in spite of Dr. Curaming, who was too suddenly affected with the virus raging in London to give bis intellect free acope, they are rai ing at the madness of the Prelatists, and defend ing the Gatholies against the ...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. March 27. — Sister, 45, Hescott ; Jane Williams, 33, Rowlands-; Anna Maria, 49, Bonney ; Chance4, 38, House, all for Newcastle ; Heury, 15, Bridson ; Diligence, 30, Kerr, both for Shoalhaven; High lander, 27, Roberts, for Broulee. March 28.— Orient, 28, Crann, for Bronlee : ?Jeanie Dearrs, 31, Wilkins, for Ulladulla ; Young Queen, 31, Thompson ; Emily, 30, Cureton ; Bro thers, 27, M'Cauley; Vixen, 45, Williamson, ali for Newcastle. March 2S.— Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindguest ; Coquette, 72, Johnston ; John, 29, Morgan ; Eliza beth, 32, Doyle ; Active, 40, Melville, all for New castle ; Bee, 12, Smith, for Kiama; William tha Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ..; Gitaua, 15, Francis, for Brisbane Water. March 31. — James and Amelia, 33, Scriyens ?? Primus, &6, Lever, both for Newcastle ; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Ann, 10, Anderson, both fyr Bris bane Water. April 1. — Clarissa, 60, Campbell, for Newcastle'-. j William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sul...
TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
~ ? — — TOWN AGENCIES. Subscr.ptions and Advertisements for The Feeeman's Jodrnal will be received by Mr. J. K Heydon, K.ng-street, Messrs. E. and D. M-Encroe' George.8treet,Mr. John CareW, corner of G e* '.reef a^MrTr18' ^ /' Walsh' P*'«»'«S' etMadrkMema°rr8McEPCr00' Gl0Cer' S— ^URSDAyTaprTl 3, 1851. 'In Mcessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Zibertas, tn Omnibus Chariias.'
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
' ' IMPOUNDING s. ''''West MAiTLAVp.^'Fro.rn Okehampton. March ? - ,28:, Black -p'r,, brown mare, star, and white stripe ? half way down face, switch tail, collar marked, ...branded on near shoulder EPh ; damages 15s. If not, released will be sold in 24 days. J. Ledsam. .-.. 9a . ' jjAST MaitlAnd. — By order of J. Eyles, Esq., : from Derry Park. April 1 : Light bay mare, black luanej and points, mark of hobbles on both fore fet locks, about 5 years old, Fp^ oft' side neck; da mages 3d. Will be sold in 24 days if not released. J. .P. almek. 9s. 3d. Loci£iNVAS. — From Luskintire. March 25 : Bay filly, black, points, branded on off shoulder P, near shoulder like S. Brown filly, white face, off hind : foot white, off shoulder w. Black filly, star, near hind fetlock a little white, a brand on near shoul der, but not legible. Bay colt, off hind fetlock a .little white, on off- shoulder P. Grey filly, on near shoulder a brand like W ; damages Is. each. If -not released will be sold in 24 d...
WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851
'WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS.' ?''??' ' ' Podltrw— Fowls, Os; Oil. to 2s. Od, ; ducks, 2a. to 2s. 6(1. ; geese, 5s. to 6s'. ; turkeys, 6s. Od. t6 73. ; ';?'''''; pigeons; 8d. per couple; roastipg pigs. 3a. to 3s. 6d. '' ' each.1 ' '? ' ?'?'? ? ???-; -.?... '?:'??' . - : Dairy Produce.— Salt butter, 6d. tp- la. ; -fresh, : , , ;0s::0d'i to in. 3d. ; cheese, 5£d. to5£d.; bacon, 7d. to . ;. ' &I. per Ib. ; fgas, 9d. to 1 Od. per dozen. '??_.;. ' 'Vegetables —Potatoes, 4s.' 6d. to 5s;; onions, :i10s; to 14s. per cwt. ; cabbages. Is. 6d. to 3s. Od. ; 'lettuces, la. Id.; turnips. Is. 6d. ; parsley, 4s.; ' celery, 4s. to Os. ; leeke, Is. Id. : parsnips, Is. 6d. . to Os. ; carrots, Is. 4d. to la. 6d. ; pumpkins, 2s. 8«: to 8s. j French beans, 2s. per bushel. ' '; ' FauiT.— Lemens, 4d. to 6-J. ; quinces, 4d. to 6d., pears, 4d. to 9d,; apples. 4d. to Is. ; bananas, Is. ; ' ?*'* ??' ; water melons, 2s 6d. to 3s. Od. per dozen ; peaches; Ib. 6d; to 2s. 6d. per basket ; grapes, 2d. to 3d. p...