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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. 3 Th Of the Feria, O. S. B., S. Eichard, bp. . and eonf. d. ' ^ 4- F S. Isidore, bp. and doo. d., 0. S B Feast of the- precious blood of our JLord, d.m. 5 Sat S. Vincent Ferrer, conf. d. 6 S Passion Sunday, first class. ^the,Sen-aS-B-'S- Wd««* from the 4th, d. 8 T Of the Feria. 9 W Of the Feria.. 10 Th OftheFeria. 7 1 Jit ~Y\ _ 1 i* -w%. -r-w « — io V Or* ^ **? V' M-' d'm' ,'«' a ' PoPe andSxm/ tf. \& S Palm Sunday, first class. 14 AT Of the Feria. 15 T OftheFeria. 16 W OftheFeria. 1R lh ^un^ Thursday, *,-,* rfow. 10 f # ' S°,°d Jwday» d-- fr-* class. 19 Sat Holy Saturday, d. first class. oV », £aster Day, d. Hrst class. 22 ? ^^^v^d., first class. H W %t]t*^™*-d; first class. * li lh Of^e Octave, s.rf. 25 F Of the Octave, s.d. M b.Mzvk Evan, from 25th, d., second 30 W ^-Veter, Martyr, d. au »r S. Catherine of Sienna, v.rf. =aaa= ?

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THE POSITION OF THE "TRANSITIONISTS." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

THE POSITION OF THE 'TRANSI- TiONISTS.' By a sure instinct, the members of the London Church Union selected, for special applause, two sentences of Dr. Pusey's speech, which were peculiarly characteristic of his present position in relation to his party. One was a declaration that he had no mis givings— 'I have none.' The other* as assertion that the present fever of fear will subside, or if nothing will convince them \wt fearful), Death in the boson of ihe English Church will. I have no misgivings ; there fore you,, my followers,. need have none, is the argument of the heresiarch.- The boW assumption of a knowledge of the eternal state of those who die in- his sect, character ises the false prophet, Dr. Fusey is only a more refined Joe Smith, and Puseyites must be classed with Mormonites, as being the Montanists of the nineteenth century. We wish to make a few remarks on two _ii ? ? _/ »i_ ? nn^n/-Vi in nnft ni WnlCQ omer passages oi uus»];5wu).»«»' ? Dr.. Pusey claims the sympathy...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. the Put'? andcomm«n^tion8 to the Editoraand «? publisher must be prepaid. «onsXOH7 ^ th6 Write' °f a' '— ica- »«nes td 1, °i8h ** EdU°r9 wIth their ** »'K?1T?M' AUh°Ugh thi8 tafcmattoa is

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

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The* Collector and Agents in Sydney for ^e Freeman's Journal' will give receipts »r all monies paid on account of this paper, B'gned by Mr. James Cosgrove, the Pub led ed N° °ther reCeipt8 WiU be aekD0W Country Agents are requested to demand a settlement of the sums due by Subseribers » their respective localities. Several are now owing -one, two, and even three garters subscription-contrary to the e». Press terms of publication.

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THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF THE HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

THE RE- ESTABLISH MENT OF THE HIERARCHY. (From the Journal des Debais.) The simple intelligence of the re- establish- ment of the Episcopal Hierarchyi n England, has raised in that country, or at least in the party of the National Church, an irritation and alarm which have been expressed by the most violent declamations. The Protes tants have all at once set to work to read over the dusty collection ot tne om jaws against the Papists, and to blow up the ashes of the old excommunications which were fulminated against the scarlet Babylon. Henry VIII., Elizabeth, the great Revolu tion are invoked from .their tombs to drive away the old enemy ; one would really say that there is danger of a descent into Eng land. All these acts of fury are anachron isms. There was a time in which the Popes believed themselves entitled to dispose of this world as of the other; in which they drew on maps the divisions and frontiers of empires, gave or took many Crowns, imposed or deposed Kings. In those t...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. NATIONAL CHRISTIANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

4%it$miiiniou$ mxivatu. NATIONAL CHRISTIANITY. (From the Catholic Standard.) It is the saying of one who was far wiser than ourselves that everything has its proper season,, and everything its proper remedy. In accordance with this general truth, we are to.d that a whip is the best thing 'for ?the horse, a bridle for the ass, and a- rod tor :the fool's back.' So when writers play the ?rxouotebank, we know the only thing we can do tor them is to show ilium ^jv^Td dress them but to their satisfaction.- Sin'« the days of £o!omon nothing has *'beeh-: altered in this respect. An effeminate ten derness and a few gentle strokes on the hsek to be returned with intensr, will not terfif' ' to disabuse the minds of tlje million. I ? this centu.y of broad-daylight imposture' when craft and trickery are rioi conijoerj ttf the -stealth of mid ffi'ght, but walk fortn uu biushingly in the . moun. ;? to exhibit wealu ness to the public trickster is to be unmer ciful to the thousands who follow as du...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. FRIDAY. Before S. F. MILFORD, Esq., acting Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

'b'Kl'A'RTMKNT OF* INSOLVENT -ESTATES. FRIDAY. ?/ Before S. F. Milford, Esq., acting Chief Commis missioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of John Carvick Thompson, a second meeting was held, and claims proved amounting to £312 7s. lid. In the estate of Patrick M'lteown an adjourned special meeting was held, and one claim for £24 6s. was proved. ?'???; TUESDAY. In the estate of James Smith and Son, a second meeting was held, at which, were proved debts amounting to £524 3s. lid., after which the meet ing adjourned until to-morrow, at half-past 11. In the estate of James M'Nees, a single meeting was held ; sundry claims, amounting to £72 15a. lOd. were proved) and the meeting, was adjourned until the 17th instant. NtiW INSOLVENT. James Greenwood, of South Head Road, publi can, having, in pursuance of an order made by his Honor Mrk Justice Therry, been examined by the Chief Commissioner, touching his alleged insol vency, and that officer having thereupon reported that petitioner ...

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QUEEN MARY AND BISHOP BONNER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

QUEEN MARY AND BISHOP BONNER. {From ihe Rambler, ,) It is mere cant to condemn Catholic so vereigns or Catholic parliaments for enact ing decrees to stop the progress of opinions which they regard as hostile to all honesty, sobriety, and peaceableness. If the House of Commons conscientiously believed that the taxes- wouleV be better paid r and the gaols emptied, by inducing all Englishmen to go to confession to a Catholic priest three or four times a year,, what conceivable reason is there to forbid their taking such steps for the promotion of the Catholic religion as might be in their power ? If the nation could be set frefr from some millions of taxa tion now expended on prisons, courts of law, police, and military, by the propagation of the Catholic religion and the forcible si lencing of the preachers of Protestantism, can any man be so simple as to believe that Parliament would hesitate to clap the Rev, Hugh M'Neile into gaol, and to bind over vSir Robert Inglis to keep the pea...

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION LEAGUE. ?:.?;,. On Friday last a public meeting. was held at the KRoyal Hotel to receive the delegates from Port ?:, Phillip, and Van Diemen*s Land. The following address was read by Mr, Charles Cowper. ' u The same earnest feeling which has urged ? yon. to undertake this mission called this Asso ' fciation into existence, at an earlier period, when that feeling burst forth during the late session of -our Legislative Council, and exerted so powerful ?-'in interest over the last memorable debate upon Transportation ; and if that feeling has now lost Some, of its apparent vehemence— we have no rea son to attribute this to any alteration of purpose, or abatement of resolution, but rather to a con fident, reliance on the change in the penal policy of Her Majesty's Government which so decided and constitutional a demonstration of public opinion must occasion. The friends and the enemies of our cause may alike rest assured, that no extremity, either of temptation o...

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DR. BLOMFIELD AND THE ORATORIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

DR. Bl.OMFlELD AND THE QUA TOIUANS. (From tie Tablet.') Out of that vast farrago of curious table talk on Ecclesiastical affairs which the Pro testant Bishop of London calls his Charge to his Clergy, certainly not the least singular is the passage relating to the Oratorians. His Lordship has formed the notion that, whereas the whole of the Catholic Church is » well-disciplined army to bring into subjec tion the mind of manr the Oratorians are a particular regiment or corps in the said army,, whose business it is to do the logical work of the Church — to apply conviucing argument, or persuasive rhetoric, to those whose reason requires 'something like ar gument and evidence.' He further intimates his suspicion that this Community modify the doctrines of the Council of Trent, eo as to suit them to tbe tastes of the Protestant hearers — pare them away, in short — and try, as far as possible, not to shock their prejudi ces. If would have been difficult in so short a paragraph to have sho...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE EMPLOYERS OF LABOUR. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE THE EMPLOYERS OF LABOUR. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — In the communication which I now pfesant to your notice, in the humble expectation that It Will so far obtain your approval, as to be inserted in your (Columns, I have carefully ex cluded all discussion on the ' questio vexata' — Land and Labour. Apprised, as I believe I am, of all that economists and dialecticians have said and written on the topic ; I find that it involves problems far too difficult for me to solve. My ob ject is to impart information to such of your rea ders as were not present at the late meeting con vened by the Mayor, in compliance with a res pectably and numerously signed requisition of the self-designated 'employers of labour'; — and to submit to public consideration some remarks on the course and the issue of the proceedings. Great expectations had been raised by the pom pous announcement and the formal preparations which had been made to give eclat to t...

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COASTERS IN ARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

COASTERS -IN- ARDS. . March 27. — Coquette, 72, Johnston?* Sister, 4S, Hescott ;-Anna Maria, 49, Bdnney ; Chance, 3H, House, all from Newcss'tle ; Cricket Player, 12, Lou tit, from the Hawkesbury. ' ? March 28. — Mary Jahej ; ,'-32; -Kelly; - Young Queen, '31, Thompson ;; Brothers, 27, 'M'Cauley : Clarissa, 60, Campbell, all from Newcastfe' March 29 — Traveller, 9, Edwards -Magnet, 17, Samuels ; Gitana, 15, Francis,'.' all;'frdmi'5$risbane Water ; William the Fourtllj steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Hawkesbury Lass,' 14, Evers, from the Hawkesbury'; -Bee/ .12,:. Smith, from Kiama; TravellerVsBride, 32, Lindguest; Stranger,. 27, Croad ; Elizabeth, 32, Doyle ; Active, 40, Mel ville, all from Newcastle./ . ? :' : ? , '''' March 31. — James -and Amelia, 33, Scrivens, from Newcastle ; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Ann, ii/, A.iiutusuu, iK-jtii iruiH -unsuitiie . ivutcr ; wave, 17, Lobb, from Shoalhaven. ;., April 1. — William the Fourth, steamerj 54, Sul livan, from Wollongong; Marg...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

v_r. ±M tt mm IMeMQenttl X ?'?'?'?': ?? ?'? ? arb'iva-lv ? -!' '.I'-' . March 27. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captam Gilmore, from Launceston the 18th, Melbourne .23rdi and Twofold Bay the 26th insU % . . March 27.' — Emma Prescott, brig, ' Captain Aldrich, from San Francisco the 10th January and Tahiti the 16th February. | March 28;— Alexander, United States ship, 3D8 tons, Captain Long, from San Francisco the 7th December, Lahaina ( Sandwich Islands) the 1st February, and Upolu (Navigators' Islands) the 1st March. . : March 29.; — Perseverance, schooner, 82 tons, Captain Marshall, from Wellington the 9th inst. March 30. — Lady Black wood, barque, 265 ton s Captain Butler, from the South Sea Fisheries. March 30.— Oriental, barque, 500 tons, Captain Carr, from Torbay the 26th November. March. 31. — Maukin, brig, 106 tons. Captain Bowden, from Auckland the 20th March. March 31. — Lady Sale, barque, 388 tons, Captain Jackson, from Torbay the 19th December. April 1. — Esther, schoon...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 April 1851

BIRTH. At her residence George street, on the 21st ult., Mrs. McMahon, of a daughter.

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. PouLrRY.— Fowls, 1?. 9d. to 2s.,; flunks, 2s. 3d. to 2s. (id. ; geese, 4s. 6'd. tods.; turkeys, da. 6d. to t-3. 6d. ; 'pigeons, 9d. per couple; roasting .pigs. 2s. Gd. to 3s. each. ?Dairv FaoDUCE.— Salt batter, -8d. to Is. ; fresh, Is*. Od. .0 li. 3d. ; cheese, 5d. to 5^d. ; bacon, Jd. to 8d. per 1b. ; eggs, £)d. to 10d. per dozen. ? Vegetables — J Potatoes, 4s. 6'd. to 5s.6d,; onions, 10s. to 12s. per cwt.:; cabbages,ls. 4d. to -3s. 0d. ; Ict.uces, 0s. fid.; turnips, is 6d..; parsley, 3s. . celery, Is. 6d. to 2s, fid. ; Ie-ka, 9d. rpat-snips, Is. 6d, to Os..; carrots, Is. Gd. to 0;.; pumpkins, 2s. -6d. to 4s. *6d., per dozen or dozen bunches ; green peas; 6s. to 8s. ; French beans, 2s. to-2s. 3d. per bushel Fruit. — Oranges, Sd. to -3d. ; lemens, 4d. to'Od. ; quinces, 4d. to 9d,;-j:eirs,'6d. to 8d;; apples,1 Od. to 0s. ; baitawas, -ls.;; water melons, 2s. 6d.to-3s. Gd. per, dozen.; grapes, Od. to 3d. per lb. Sdndribs.— Beef, ^d to l,£.i.,- mutton, |d. to 4...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

COASTEUS OUTWARDS. April '4.— Williannthe Fourth, steamer, 54, Sul livan, for Wollongong ; Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Evers, for the Hawkesbury.; Magnet, 17, .Salmon; Cur ?rency Lad, 21, Spiers, both for Brisbane Water ; Australia, 45, Williams ; Vixen, 45, Williamson ; -Elizabeth, 32, Doyle, all for Newcastle. April 5. — Twin Sisters, 25, Byrnes ; Wild Duck, 25, Laverack, both for Shoalhaven; Coquette, 72, Johnston, for Newcastle ; Rover, 15, Shaw, for-the Hawkesbury. April 8. — Clarissa, 60, Campbell ; Chance, 38, House, both for Newcastle ; William the Fourth, ?steamer, '54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Dove, 13, Vallack, for Shoalhaven ; Charles Webb, 24, Brown, for Kiama ; JR-uth, 12, Wells, for Brisbane Water.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

CQASTE'RS INWARDS. April 'B.r^-Johh, 20, Morgan'; Elizabeth, 32, Rennie, both from Newcastle ; Wild Duck, 25, Laverick, from Brisbane Water. April '4. —William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sul livan, from Wollongong ; Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Evers, From the Hawkesbury ; Magnetv17, Samuels ; Currency Lad, 21, Spiers, both -from Brisbane Waters; Australia, '45, Williams ; Vixen, 48, Wil liamsoiv; Elizabeth, 32, Doyle; 'Coquette, -7 2, John ston,;all from Newcastle; Charles Webb, 24, Brown, ?for Kiama. April 5.— Carnation, 35, Witcher, £tbm the M:iruya ; Currency Lass, 29, Ring-land ; Dove, 29, Redman, bbth from Broulee ; Echo, 22, Robinson ; Norna, 35, M'Donald, both from Shoalhaven ; Pros perbii-3, 16, Roberts, from Newcastle. April;7. — Chance, 38, House ; Young Queen, 31, Thompson:; Warlock, 43, Gibson; Adventure, -22, Peters, dll from Newcastle; Henry, 15, Bridson ; Louisa, 15, Green, both from Shoalhaven ; High lander, 27, Roberts ; Susannah, 24, Gregory; Orient, 28, Crause, all from Br...

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[?]hipying Entelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

itMjjmng JmtfUtgrnce. ARRIVALS. 'A'pril 4.— Regina, 'barque, 366 tons, Captain Liddel, from the'Downs the 27th November. ' ApriN.-^-Com'et, schooner,1 92 tons, Captain Cork, from Nelson the 25th March. April 4.— Emina, brig, 139 tons, Captain Pock ley, from Hobart -Town the 27th March. #April4.-— Dockenfruden* banme, 400 tons, Captain .Mayer, trom^X'oit-rnnupine^oi-n luaruu. April 5/— Hannah, ship, 480 tons, Captain Moodie, from 'fia'tfriceston- the- 1 st' inst. April -5. — Challenger, ship, '8 1'6 tons, Captain Witlie'ra/from die Downs . the 20th December. April 5.'— Emma, barque/1'91 tons;CapUin:Dev lin, from M'ofeto'n! Bay the- 31stvult. April 6.-^-Packet, -schooner, ^183 tohs, Captain Thompson, from Adelaide the 26th March. April 6. — Alice, schooner, 88 tons, Captain Ro berfeon, froof Circular Head the 29th March, ' ? April 6.-- Catherine, i brig, . 220 tons,' Captain. Heslop, from Adelaide the 16th. March, -and,. Port ?Eairyithe 30th Mai,ch. . , ., April 6. — Supply, schooner,...

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STARTLING EFFECTS OF LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER IN IRELAND, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

STARTLING EFFECTS OF LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER IN IRELAND, , {From the* Catholie Standard.) ' (We beg to call the attention of our readers tq the fallowing extract, of a letter we have received from a gentleman of 'high standing, distinguished talent, arid extensive territorial possessions in Ire land, inasmuch as, from our personal knowledge of him, we are disposed to attach* \mufiUiiUy high imr |)ortance to his words. Ite aud his friends were the most zealous grq-college.men, and; we .hail the change in theiF- opinions as. some of the substan tially good effects which from the first we expected would be the result of-the little unmanly Presby terian Premier's in$i4\ous. clap-trap popularity conrtr ing electioneering squint. We should like to know if the sentiments of our late, respected correspon dent, Mr. Corballis and, other conscientious Catho lics have also undergone, any change on this impor tant question since Lord John has thrown oft* the. mask of liberalism he so long wor...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

TUESDAY. Tub Si'iukeu too!; the Chair at a quarter past - three. TUB CONSTITUTIONAL ACT. Mr. Wksxwohth. moved, for the appointment of a Select Committee to prepare a remonstrance .-.against the Act of Parliament, 13 and 1-4 Victoria, w °* ; to consist ot Mr. Dangar, Mr. Donnaldson, Mr. Ebdan, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. 'James Macarthur, Mr. Martin, Major Mercer, Mr. Moor, Mr. Murray. He felt deeply his humiliating, position. Instead of asking them to. joiu in ^remonstrance against this Act, he ought to be urging them indignantly to reject it. The dilemma they were .placed in was degrading but it was one which, they could not avoid. Between the government, nominees, ou the -one hand, and the Port Philip members on the other, there was no chance of doing what they ought to do, rejecting: this Constitutional Act. In ? this act, the objectionable schedules were not only not abohhhed, but actually increased, and the land luna was still withheld from ' their control. These two monster grievances...

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