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THURSDAY, APRIL 11. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
TIHURADAY, APRIL 11. P0OOP,0 P CLAIMS. In the estate of 'rhomas Waters, a third meeting: the trustees of J. Garfield, deceased, £59 3s. In the estate of .Stewart ltyrie, aflrst 'meeting, was held, but no claims proved. NEW INSOLVENT. ''he follownlog schedule was filed yesterday a William Wilmington, of Broulee, in th couuty of St. Vincent, storekeeper.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
DEPARTURES. . ArazL 11.-Bull, Swedish brig, Weragres, for the South Sea Islands, with sundries. Passengeri --Mr. A. W. Llndgren, and Captain Joseph Moore, jun. 12 -For Hobart Town, the brig Caroline, Loten, with sundries. Passengers -%'1r. Waterhouse, Mr. Htopkins, Mrs Smith, hMrs. Myers, Mrs. Harrison,: Master Harrison, Rlr. J. Drummood, and Mrs. Wheatley. 12.-For Launceston, the brig William, Grant,' with sundries. Passengers-Lieutenant Thompson, Mrs. Thompson and seven children, Mrs. Kerby, Mrs. Colyer, Mrs. Courtney, Mr. Levey, Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Goold, Mr. and Mrs. l'hompson. Mrs. Barnett, abliss Gillao, Messrs. Conner, Gualem, Tnompson, and Alto. 15.-For Launceston via Newcastle, the schooner Coolangatta, Jacks, master. H.M.S. " THALIA" The Thalia has arrived quite unexpec'edly, which may be attributed to the irregular communication between this port and Bombay. She has not touched at any place on the. passage, and will remain here about a fortnight, when site...
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. PERSECUTION IS NOT A CATHOLIC TENET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
LETTEIts ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued tim our last) -as NOTES AND ILLUSTR~ATIONS. PERIECUTION IS NOT 7A CATHOLIC TBNET. (A) It has been .sufficiently demonstrated in the series of the preceding letters, that the Inquisition is a political institution; and that although it did, sometimes, inflict the penalty of death upon heretics, yet, it was not the spiritual members of this tribunal who passed this sentence, or who even so much as concurred in it. They had, indeed, as the nature of their otfice compelled them to do, examined, in the case of the accused, the allegations which were brought against him; and where the evidences of his heretical or infidel opinions were manifest and incontestable, they but simply declared them such. With the subsequent punishments inflicted upon the criminal, they had nothing at all to do. These were the business of the civil power alone. However, as the tribunal was composed of a cer. tain number of ecclesiastical and religious members, it has, for ...
THE REV. DR. FLETCHER ON THE ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
THE REV. DR, FLETCOHER ON THE ANGLICAN CHURCH. -o (From the Tablet.) This is a work* to which the attention of all ought to be directed, whether clergy or laity. The signs of the times demand it; the subject itself demands it; and last, though not least, the very name of its learned and venerable author, demands it ; for the name of Dr. Fletcher is a guarantee for the produc. lion being what it professes to be. It is certainly a compendium, but a compendium, systematic in its arrangement, comprehensive in its contents (it embraces the whole of the subject), and lucid aod logical throughout. There is but one desideratum, and that is a want of reference to the various docu ments and authorities, which are copiously adduced in its pages. We regret that the Dr. has not given us chapter and verse for his quotations; not that we question for one moment the accuracy and research of the author, but because nothing but the thing in black and while (and hardly that) is capable of meeting the ...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
TIE? MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1844 " Be just and fear not: Let -a.e ends thou aim'st at be thy country',, 'Thy God's, and truth's." " Aakpeafe.. ' DRAINAGE OF THE CITY. WE must harp a little again on the old string, and ask, (for wherever we go the question is asked us) why do they not begin the drainage of the city? or will the au thorities wait, until they are forced to it by scarlatina, typhus, cholera, or some sweep ing plague or pestilence ? There are now great numbers of unemployed labourers and operatives, not only in Sydney, but (as appears) in Parramatta, Maitland, Campbelltown, Wollongong, &c. &c., who will not demand exorbitant wages, (nay, we are sure will gratefully accept very moderate ones) and surely, on every account, the work ought to be entered on forthwith: to relieve the present distress-to dry the tear of misery-to cheer the hearts of the hungry and the drooping-to carry gladness into the bosom of many afflicted thmilies! What is ...
ERRATUM.—MILTON'S ITALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
ERRATUM. - MILTON'S ITALIAN. In our article headed. " The Sydney Press," in the Chronicle of Wednesday last, we used the Italian word semi-seria,. but which is printed semi-serie, which, makes it plural and erroneous. It would hardly be worth the while to mention it, but that we have in Sydney some rather cynical verbal critics. But had we not even noticed the error, it might well be excused in us, since the great Hilton has done as bad, in. spelling the. name of his beautiful I piece, I1 Penseroso incorrectly, whereas it should be, I1 Pensicroso : there is no such word in Italian as Penseroso: and the error has been copied from book to book down to our time. It may perhaps be said that this ishyper criticism-too pedantic a precision; but not so thought the most eminent philolo gists. What pains have not the Academie Francaise, that Della crusca, and our great Johnson, (in himself an academy) taken to trace the etymon of a word, and giving not only its orthography or true spelling, ...
Original Correspondence. HOLY WEEK AT ST. MARY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
-o HOLY W.EK AT ST. MARtYS. Msa. Emnros-The week which clones the fast-of Lent, or Holy Week, has presented this year in the Cathedral of St. Mary's that character of life and living action, surpassing anything hithetto witnessed of religious demonDtratlon in the colony ; whether we consider the thronged attendance which was kept up undimlinished, the general effect produced, or the nature of the solemnities which have taken place. .They may be called a dramstic representation ot the .various scenes of the Passion, and they are of that onorwful and solemn nature, unchanged by the ordinary exultation and trirmph except on Palm Sunday and holy 'lhuraday, dedicated to the comn. soemoration ;of the 'Institution of the Blessed Eucharist.,. The Saturday's more varied aservice also, and its chaunt indicate some mitigation of that religious sorrow by which that too sudden tfansitlon is prevented from' the depth of mourning to the fullest consummation of spiritual joy in the glories of the r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
"The Morning ahronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and lst December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due -Advertisers should mark on eac advertisement he number of insertions required; otherwisethey are continued til countrmaded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisementsmust be sent in before six o'clock on the.evenings of Tuesday, 2'hursdny, and Saturday ; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Alo instructions must be given in writing, and all letters po d o NOTICE. T?IR, TOMAS PFOWLER ,has t bee'i appointed Agent for the *" Chronicle" in thebo distriot of lilawarra, and all partios'itdol lted to ihat'Journal are requestetl, to pay li...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
ARRIVALs. SAPraI.]3.-From Port Macquorie. the preceding day, the steamer. Mlotlelnd, 103.tone, Parsons, with 65 baes wool, grlin.. &. Pa~e gergseu r.; ad Mrs. Cheers, Mrs: Chapmana, Miss Gowe6, :,M 1:iddleton,; :Mr.: UHendersonr and ?sevetn': im thde 14 -.Fiorn the Clarence River, the 12th instant, the stea erlWViliastise ,Fourth, 63 tons;'Wiselenni with 69 bales wool, 14 casks tallow, &c. Pas engers' -Messrs. Robinson Ryan, Lotie, Kelso,. ad three in thd steerage. - 14.-From Newcastle, the 6th instant, the brig 1Martha, 121 tone, Wells, with 130 tons coatls. 14.-From the Whale Fishery, the American barque, Mars, 270 tons, Brownell, with sperm oil. 15.-From Bombay, 18th February, H.M.S. Thalia, 42 Guns, Honorable Captain Hope. Passen. ger--Captain Showers. - 16.-From Port Phillip, the 9th. instant, the Jane Goudie, 233 tons, Goodia, with merchandise. Passengers--Mesrs. J. Chisholm, l)aws, Cameron, Rulledgo, J. Roach and son, Schwonborg, Mlichlebergh, Moses, Lillie, F...
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS Thursday, 18.--R. C. Gordon, ad. sp.; James Newlands, 3; Daniel Smith, 3; George Thorn- toN, 3. Friday, 19.-John Caldwell, s. Saturday, 20.-William M'Kay, at Bathurst, s Saturday, 27.-J. G. Hughes, 3; P. M. Hosking, 3 ; B. and S. Cutler, 3. MAr.--Monday, 6.-Richard Alexander Wise- maN, up Enoch William Rudder, sp. Friday. 10 -George Payne, sp.; at Goulburn Stewart Ryrie, 2. THE CUSTOM HOUSE AGAIN.-We beg to call the attention of Colonel Gibbs to the dis- graceful conduct of a set of the young gentlemen &nbsp; who are employed in the above establishment, and who make it a practice of annoying persons, when, they imagine they may do so with impunity. On yesterday afternoon a young lad was sent from our office to take a shipping report and upon his en- tering the hall, where the notices are posted up, he was bonnetted by one, and jostled against the wall by another, and told that if he did not take his re- port quick, he would tear it down. Such, was the c...
FRIDAY, APRIL 12. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
FRIDAY, APRIL,15. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of James Charles Russel: the &nbsp; Masonic Lodge, £25; the Australian Office, 16s 6d; P. H. Mulholland, £6 9s; J. Aspinwall, £64 14s; P. Steele, £12 10s 6d; the estate of Willis, Sandeman and Co, £107 16s 9d ; J. Lovecraft, £9 14s 9d ; J Price, £8 3s 6d; R. Farrington, 10s ; William Nash, £50 ; W. Wallis, £8 10s; G. Styles. £2. An offer of 2s 6d in the pound at four months was rejected, but £10 worth of furniture and wearing apparel was allowed. In the estate of John Henry Teale, a single meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of John Good, a single meeting: J. Gilbert; £7.; H. Taylor, £20; Mark Hillas, £332 7s 6d.
Select Poetry. THE PARTING GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 April 1844
-o TIHE PARTING GIFT. In sadness, from my native strand, "I gaze upon the sea; ALd watch the gl1ttering sails expand, That bear me far from thee Oh, in this hour of parting woe, I ftel, as ne'er before, That I no more tty snmile may know, And be belov'd no more. I tell thee not of gushing eyes That speak my sorrow deep; IMine ia the throe of fearless sighs, The grief that cannot weep. .]ut, hark I sweet accents meet my ear To lull the storm of care; hope's angel words my bosom cheer, And open Eden theres Then take this flower of loveliest hue, The brightest, fairest gemn That sparkles, with ealestial blue, In Flora's diadem; Let this a sweet memento be ; For, lestsI be fogot, 'Twill liR is eye of heaven to thee, And cry--Foanro.ME.NoT
REPEAL OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
RIEPEAL OF THE UNION. -o (trom the Port Phillip Gazette.) Edward Curr, Esq., of St. Heliers, having been requested by the committee named at thbemeeting of -squatters on the 22nd March, to draw up a petition to be presented to the Legislative Council and Imperial .-Parliament, praying that the district of Port,:Phillip be immediately separated from New South Wales, and erected an independent colony, and having compiled the document in accordance with the request, we lay it before our readers s TO THE HONORABLE THE LEGISlATIVE AS SEMBLY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The humble Petition of the snddrsigaed lahabitants of Port Phillip, Srawsx'rn, That' the Colony of New South Wales is at ,present, for all the purposes of government, divided into two portions, of. which the Middle or Sydney District, with. the Northern, form one, and the .District of Port Phillip the other, That the Government of the former portion is -administered immediately by the Governor-himself, in the Executive Council of G...
Select Poetry. WANTED, A WIFE! AIR.—"When I was a Miller in Fife." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
• erlH ý9oetrg. -o WANTED, A WIFE I Ala.-" When I was a Miller is Fife." Wanted, a wire, a wife, Wanted a lass thattI marry; I'll mak' her easy for life, Qniek, lasses, for I cauna tarry. 1'm'bandsome and stout, that I ken, I'm very well stored wi learin'; Come, lasses, therea no many men You'll ind wi' sae melkle disceruin'. Wanted a wife, a wife, aa. I'm healthy and hardy and strong; Eoo lasses 1 hope ye're observin' I ken I can sing a gude song. And I think a gude wife t's deservru'. Wanted a wife, a wife, &a. I'm e freree conceit and frae pride, I've nano o' your empty gentility; And the lass that I get for abride, sLhe must be of first-rate ability. Wanted a wife, a wife, &o. She maun wash, bake, and cook, she mauln, sew, And no tak' her time up wi' readin'; Nae otjection I'll offer although She can "brag o' her birth and her breedin'." Wanted a wife, a wife, &., To market and kirk she maun gang, And no wi' her neebors be clashin'; She mann ne'er let the...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
SI)tp ptit y ,atr i eit ce. -0--, 'AURItVAI.S. AIRIL 16.-Prom the Dawns, 8th December, the harqste Alaru Nirm, 391 tons, M'Donnell; with' itadries. Passengers - AMessrs. Birkett, Day, Lowe, Appleton, Burgess, Hodges, ,ayton, Kerr, and Caldwell. C. Appleton, agent. 16 -From Port Adelaide, 1st instant, the brig Dorse:, 82 tons, Walsh, with sundries, Passangera -Messrs. Wright, Youig, Hlarriott, Silver, Lenny, Harris, and Laz'r. 16.-From the Maurit'us, 28th February, and Hobart Town the tb instant, the brig Ocean Queen,, 192 tons, Freeman, with sundries. Passengers Assistant Commismary-Gennral S.van. Mrs. Swan and servant, Mr. F. Swan, Mr. and Mrs. Hogg and daughter. Campbell and Co., agents. 17.-From Port Adelaide, 7th instant, the brig Er,nma, 121 tons, Fox, master. .; Passengere-ltr. D?lf, two daughters, and female servant, two Misses Nihil, Mr. Field, and Mr. Neales. 17.--From Port Phillip t.he 10h, Launceston the 14th, and Twofold Bay the 16th instant, the steamer Shamrock, 200 to...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
-o eort R corlTo uP TO LAsT EVEN1INO.J V3.OUlt, WHKAT, to. Flouri(n.o, qp o100i - ,.... ... 0 0 to :011 '0 Ditto (seaodsal, ditto ........ 0 0 b 0. 0 0 Blreod.?h1b loaaf ........ 0 0 3 .. 0 0 0 Biscuit (flel), P ew. -...... 0 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (seoui), ditto ... 0 0 .. 0 18 0 Wheat, COloniul, busihel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 4 Dltto, VD.D. ad,ditto .... .:.. 0 3 0 .. 0 3 6 Maei, ditto (wholesale) .... . 0 1 2 .. 0 1 a Ditto, ditt (reta).... .... 1 .. 0 1 0 lrahu, l' bushel ........ ..,, 0 0 .. 0 0 10 Iarley, English, ditto ....... 6 .. 0 3 0 Ditto, Ca, dito .. ........ O. 1 0 .. 0 2 3 Oats, ,P bus?iel (wholesale) .... 0'1 4 .. 0 1 6 Ditto, ditto(r.itil) .... .. ..... 0 0? 0 .0 4 Jay,liton.... .... .... .... 3 0 o-.. 3 3 0 nlitto retal),i' . et .... .... o 3 o .. 0 3 o Sw'li£t.0 ýtI.-'0" ?? .,-.-,:-:.',?o : -'o0- .o. 0. * . 0 0 0 0 3 0r UiiholesOo3sat'I;. dozostnbuadles-.0 0 --.. o-0. 7 - Ditto(rtaL!), ditto ........... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 10 FRUIT AND VEOETAULRE. Apples, r bashel ....'... .... 0...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
DE PARTURES. ArptaL 17.-For Singapore via Pirt Essington,. the barque Bittang, W\Vriglt; with sundries.' Parson. gera--1r. W, Latll, Mr.. ilessdeu, and four.female Malays. . 17.-For iBourbon, the French ship Amal:!, Fullen, with sundries. Pasengeras-Messrs. Stuart, Rose, Welch, and 1attsule. 17.--For Guim, thIe brig .r.,ur;; lIelrfaur, in ballast. 18.- Fur Madras. the chip le liuas, Purdle, wiih horses. Passenge's -Captatln .MiacKenzau, Dr. Boikje, Messrs. Disua, ,UOoch, hUunty, May, ,liddlecat, atlud'i o ativea se'rvants. 18.--lor the Chathamm Islands, the sahooner John, Pliie, Simpso,; with part of origthal cargo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
IO AGENTS AND PARTIES MAKING RtiR MITTANCBS. SN order to avoid the expense of post. ago, an. spare time in letter writing. we iut-enl to adopt a plan extensively. followed by " ~Brother Jonathan," for acknowledging the receipt of subserip. tion money viz., to publish the initials of parties roeintting money. T'lhus we have to acknowledge the receipt of the Ineter of Mlr. P. C., of Parramtatta, of the illh instant.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, APRIL, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
CATHOLIC DIIRECTORY, APRIL, 1814. J B. 21 2nd after Easter, S. Anselm, bishop 2nd doctor double \I. 22 SS. Sotcr and Caills, p. nnd mart, semidouble 1'. 23 S. Georrge. mrtyr, semldoublo W. 24 S. Fielis of Signtaringa, munt, double 1'. 2 S. lork. evmta., doube, 'd. ol. '. 20 SS. Cletus andi Mrcellinus, p. end nart , eomid. S 27 of the it Virgp in sab. . 281 3rd nlter Easter, Aliceub of the Patronage of 8 1. 29) Juoseph do en, semidouble S. Peter, martyr, double T. 0 S. Catherine of Glenn, virgin, double