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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
AG HNTS, FJiL TLag C1i2i6:00414 L'roalee, Mr. U. M'Cauley." Bepima, Mr. B. Mh'Msbou. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan., Parramatta, &lr; P. Cardiff, Port'Phillip, Mr.J. Bulled Wollongong, Mri. ThsomsFowher - Bathgllral Ar. T. Jones Goulburn, M:, Imeary'Tbompouon. -. Hobart Town, Mr. John began Maitland,.Mr. Hawkaley Campbelltown,-&o.,d Mr. M'Aiatct Windsor Mr."JamiesCaassdy' Peneib, Iº r.JAmes M'Cartiiry Jerry'a Plains,.Mr. J.J. Harper Bungoneim Mr.'Edward Hughes " Wollombi, Mr; Michael Byrne Published ina the United Kngndom i Itr, Janeu, 83, Patarnoatsr.row, .kton4op t ; Mr, W.r J. Batteraby, 6, Baaaz-bridje, Paula. Uments.treet, Dublin.' ydneys Printed and Publised by 'MJYOBA DL ADIWIV 'o H gewtR't~ntttieOh oulgte tolhiAqd aeI r t4 1
Port Phillip Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
-ro- Tue BLACKS anoAw.-We have just received in formation from Stephen George; Henty, Esq., our respected townsman and .mgistrate, of-an outrage by our sable and savage brethren, of a more daring character than it- has been our lot to record; and one which, from the extent of depredation, and the determined resistance shown by the freebooters, is most lively to be still more serious in its conse* quences ;,inasmuch as, from the success which has attended the robbery, the more sanguine will be the hopes and expectations of the. blacks, that future inroads willmeet withl similar success. It appears,. from information received by MAr. Henty, that about ten days since, a party of blacks attacked one of the flocks of the Messrs. Henty, on the Mount Gambier station, and that they, succeeded in driving off a large number of them ; as upon counting tile re mainder of the flack, it was found short by three Iundred and twenty six. The first account of the loss was conveyed to Mr. Edward Henty...
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) FIFTH LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMTE, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) PFTPT LETTER. Moserasu Ln Courss, When you reflect upon the conduct of the Eng. lish writers, in their accounts of Spain; and par. ticularly if you consider the intemperate, but official condemnation, passed upon it, which I cited in my last letter, you cannot wonder that I should deem it proper to devote some observations to the awful imputations. The representatives of this great nation deserve, no doubt, to be listened to, when they pronounce an opinion in the midst of the national senate. The English people, the first, beyond ail dispute, of all other Protestant people is moreover, the only body of the people that pos. sesres a national voice; and that has the right of speaking out, as a people. For these reasons, there fore, I think it useful to address them; and without being wanting in that respect, which they so justly merit-to ask them to render some account of their own faith. When you have viewed the state, in which t...
THE "OBSERVER." "Popery is a robber, and no mistake." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
. THE; " OBSERVER.'.' " Popery is a robber, :and no mistake." The OLUws which wepromised that the Observer should swallow is ready ; but being rather larger: than- we expected, we are obliged to postpone its vadministration till Wednesday next, when Deo volente, he shall get it, for he appears to want a little -wholesome physic; ,In-the mean time, we just-give him.to-day a bit of sugar plum by way of bonne-bouohe; to keep him in humour.
English and Irish Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
-0= Tate STATr TaiALs IUaLAND.-The agects on both sides attended the office of the Clerk of.the Crown, on January 4th. for the purpose of naming the general panel of special jurors. "'1 he Clerk of the Crown proceeded, in accordance with the provision of the Act, 3rd and 4th William IV.. se'. 25, to draw from the box forty.eight ntnumbers in the list. , everal objectlions were raised to in dividuals by the traversers' counsel, and opposed: by Mr lBrewster, for the Crown. and if was finally decided bv the Clerk of the Crown, that lie could not then entertain evidence as to the objections, as it would be calling on him to revise the Hecorder's decisions. 'I'he list is composed of twelve Radicals and liepealers, and thirty-six Whigs and Tories. Supposing the Repealers and Itadicals to be struck of by.-he Crown, and twelve Cotiseivatives to be struck olt by the traversers, the Jury will thean be cumposed 'of twenty four *'ories and Whigs, the the' first twelve of whom that shall answer ...
MR. WEBSTER ON THE AMERICAN DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
MR. WEBSTBR ON THE AMBrIOCAN DEDT. We quote the followiog remarkable passage on American "repudiation" from a speecb delivered in September last by Mr. Webster at the meeting of an Agricultural Society in Rochester, New York State. " Mr. President and gentlemen what is the credit and character and of this glorious country, to which we all belong, abroad i We are rich; we are powerful; we have all the means of accomplishing whatever virtuous human desire can embrace. But what is our credit I And I am not one of those disposed to complain or to stigmatize in any way the efforts, of the States of this great Union, who have sought for funds abroad to carry on the enter. prices and Improvements which their sense of utility has projected. O0 the contrary, I think that the circumstances of the times and the necessities of the case may justify, at least to considerable estent, the engagements into which some of the States, ea. pecially the Western States, have entered. abroad. Among those w...
COLONIAL SQUIRARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
COLONIAL SQUIRARCHY. Ma. Fnroan,-A case of assault, which excited great interest, came on for hearing befo.e the Police Bench of this towo, on Friday, the 12th instant, and occupied that and the whole of the following day. Their was a full attendance on the bench, there being no less than ten magistrates present-the court being crowded. T'hecomplainant was Edwin Park, Esq., J. P., member of the Bathurst Bench, and the defendant, Mr. Rotton, landlord of the Queen Victoria Inn ; defendant had been sum moned for a previous day a,!d appeared, when he was called up and discharged, complainant having withtdrawn the charge. It was rumoured, in cou. sequence of his fearing the exposure; it was also rumoured, that the other Magistrates, having heard curious reports of Mr. Pask's conduct, held a court of inquiry, and the result was, that the J. P. was obliged to summon dMr. Rotton a second time, as the other J. P.'a wished to have the case inves tigated. Mr. P-.' affidavit was read, charging ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
.;ýTaTIC=1' tio enlioomnn who_ -N O'~UB'-f' thle Geniw hmaa W L ý represented triuirull as HanryýT ompso, of (oulbirnu doea'not taleiesa the' Ildrae left at lveery with the urideraignedi1.itbiia' ourteen' days from the date hereof, it will be sold to defray, aepenses. " JAMES CAULFIELD. Solitary Creek, Bathurst Road April' 1. 690' SOU ENII"N PU!3LrO' MEETrIN}: A.., ~ :.:: ftli9ng Licenses;:. W ME B;I!AN;N ·G.? wIl" bo bold at 17ý 2oulhQbur \Wednesday;. the 24th iotasnt, at Mtr. MlOSES' 8 Roty1l0 H1Iul, at Qoe o' lock,. to take lnto.orolIderatioi''tha R'egulji n ra* Oettetij promuigatedI by his ace~llency thoGovernor, relative to Squattlog Licesrea. 691 FOR LONDON DIREC r. For light FrPeight only. r?-ll fine British built Sbarqeue JAI'E GO'OUDIR, A 1, 235 tons, John Goudie, commander, having all her dead weight engaged, will meet with immediate dispatch. For freight or passage spp!y to the Captain; on board, or to J. B.' MEICALFR. April 19.' 91 FOIR ADELAIDE DIRECp. A Regular Trader....
THURSDAY, APRIL 18. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
THUR DAY, APR11, PROs P, OP CLAIMs. In the estate of It. 'U Gordoni an, adjourned speclal meeting was held, but no claims were proved In the estate of John Newaham, an adjourned special meeting was 'held, Ilien an offer of com position was made as follows r 2s 6d irnthe pound, by bills at six, niue, aud. twelve:months;?to be secured on property which ,will beiopg to the rstate; the bills to bear dale from this day. Ip the estate of Jamies "Newlands;, a. third meeting a A* Jirierly, £106 10s.;; 'lwain, Webb, and Co., £211 i. luvd; It. M., iobey,£15 9s ; Tite and'Preston, £69 Us 8d i'" ii. Browne, £352 12 2d4; The insolvent was allowdd to purchaseo furniture to the amount of £25. .In the estate of George1Thornton, a n'oeting was. ,lii,;iwhip ;uii offei7 of 6a 8,1 liW the 1posuunit by insolvedt p wq bi ll.ý at 'ilree, siE al ne, and twplve poont s; pad i ade, THE MAITLANDO' POISONINGO C?i.s1. Mary 'I hornton, and Joseph Vale. convicted at tlhe last -Maitland Assizos.;of the murder of J...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1844t. l Pe just and fear not:' [.et all the ends thou aim'sat at be thy ceuntry's, Ihy God's, and truth's." tihakspeare. REPEAL OF THE UNION. WE have heard' a good deal lately about "' Repeal," and have heard and read much " splendid (colonial) bile," poured forth on the head of one Daniel O'Connoll, an Irishman, for attempting to recover for his country, (a separate and large island con taining eight millions of inhabitants,) that which she enjoyed for 628 years, her native Irish Parliament; but which, through means which no honest man everattempted to defend, was plundered from her by Castlereagh and Clare, to curry favour with Pitt, who could never forgive the Irish their presumption in opposing his will, (heaven-born statesman as lie was) in 1788, when the poor creature, George III., got stark staring mad. We have heard, we say, the most violent invective applied to this O'Connell for thus acting ; while here amongst ourselves we have a...
THE "OBSERVER" AND SPIRIT OF OLD DAILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
THE," OBSERVER" AND SPIRIT' OF OLD DAILLE. IT seems we are (to use a modern phrase) bding illuminated with a 'new light. The Ob server has commenced an opposition shop to Mr. Brien and the old company, and is lighting up the-city.with a French gas, formed out of 'the adipocire of the old Huguenot -Monsieur Daillb: of -which we have had the first' sample or trial on Thursday. It is a gas very clear, and pure, and lu minous, and is such as -will suit any city, or people, or age. To drop metaphor, and lpeak:plain English, the' Obserer has coin menced; not the" question of questions;" but the question- -of the plain uncorip6unded "'question" itself alone, without any questith. of what is the " question," or question -within a question (like wheels within wheels). Now, this resuscitated French gentleman is, (like all his countrymen) most polite in accom modating his state of the" question" to every religion and every age-to every form of "reform'' and every pretence of " protest:" from t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
Thei Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Iednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South 'ales, Van Dieme'.s Land, South Australia, New'Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- - he Quaers e d on .30th; June, 3QOthSeptember, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the aount due. -Advertisers should mnar on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till couended. Orders discontinwe or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received til sx o'clock on the evening before publication.-Al instruction mUst be given in writing, and all letters pst aid. No'rTICn. TNhl. THOMAS 'OWLER has .ti' beon alapiiointed Agent' for the -( Chronicle"'in the district of I Illawarra, and nll'parties indobtoli to that Journal are requested to pay him the amount of...
Original Correspondence. THE HERMIT, No. 18.—SLY GROG SHOPS. "Is there to be one species of murder protected against legal animadversion, and invested, as it were, with a Governor's license?" - Slightly altered from the Chronicle of the 23rd March—the article by Mr. Sydney Taylor on Duelling, equally applicable to murder by rum. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 April 1844
4W I't lIIt I Q Ot'rctppo1 llb llrn . -0 THE HERMIT, No. 18.-SLY GROG SHOPS. "sI there to be one species of murder protected against legal animadversion, and invested, as it were, with a Governor's license?"- slightly altered from the Chronicle of the 23rd March-the article by Mr. Sydney Taylor on Duelling, equally applicable to murder by rum. Ma. Eniton,-When the prerogative of His Ex cellency, the Governor, which the noble spirit of our constitution has made legal mercy and legal good, ien by the recipient of its edict, perverted to iniquitous gain, and a base violation of law, it is thaen time to investigate, not the propriety of His Excellency's act, but the propriety of Hie Excel. lency's withdrawing that grace which has been turned into eviL . I am led'to this remark by the number of licenses that have latterly been granted for tne sale of wine taud beer beyonl the boundaries of location. The Licensing Act never made provision for such estab. lishments, and, it is through the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844
A GLINTS FULt 'rug GRAD iLOLK-aib,: Uroulae,'Mr.-D. S1'Cd'ulu *1e:imu; ,Mr.'B. M'M'hotiý+ t d;lr Panueaon, Mr. J. O'8qulii.a Parremaums, Mr. ý. Cv~r4IIL Posi Philip; dlr. J. 4uIlen WollaongMr. 'i'howaiPowIc i atIvutt, Mr. 1.j 4ogeiwa Qoulburo, M. iHanry Tbompaoi , Hubart Towrn, Mr. John: Regan MqJitand, Mr. HqwkmIey Uauipbelliown, &q, & Mr. M'Allaruv Wihdsor, M.Jam Cas A'nrltb;Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry,'s !Laiga, M . JJ. ;'Harpuo! Biuogobla, h1. Edward I ,ughebou , t Woilombi, Mr. Micbaoel Byne. * 'uwilJid' to Me Uln~4.d k(in~do'?a "Alf Mr. Jqneo, 63, Pisrnqgter~row, London Mr. W. Battruby J. Batt omox.. l, 9!'·buitdg, h tir went.urreet, Dublin. BJdzyat Rulziid and Published by MIOUAJLL DtAltO? 'o ""Buidp.etet at di. Qtgropl.Id Ofltoe BrIdqst.re
Government Gazette. IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844
4fo1.e1mrn snt lt~nette. IMPOUNDED. At Concord, on the 30th March, 1844 : One chesout horse, small star on forehead, two hind fetlocks white, branded newly apparently 88 or R near shoulder. Also, on the 2nd April instants One bay horse, long tal, black streak along his back, brinded apparently JC near shoulder. One bay filly, small star on forehead, brands off shoulder not legible. One snail.horned ox, branded HH. on ribs, app.i reatly UK off rump. If not claimed before the 29.h of April, they will be sold. 10s 9J. At Yass, on the 2nd April, 1844, from the estaioe of Mr. Barber: One red bullock, white on belly, branded J3 on off rump. DB One dark.red cow, white back and belly, bianded AM on off ribs,' with a red and white bull calf by her side, oubranded. One darkqred heifer, branded IN on off ramp. One red and white bullock, branded W on off rump, W ribs same aide. WI WI. One red steer, white back, branded ON on off ribs, J with a blotched letter rump same side. One yellow heifer, ...
A CATHEDRAL TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844
A OATHEDIRAL TOWN. -0o The following is extracted from Letter 5th of a series entitled 'e A Scotch Farmer in search of an English Farm";--it is descriptive of a cathedral town, Salisbury, to which the recent severely con tested election Ines directed much of the public attention. It is very characteristic, and our East Kent readers may perhaps be reminded by it of cathedrals nearer home:- " 1 he building here called the Cathedral is very grea', very fine, and exceedingly pleasing to look upon ; it is not so solemn and massive as St. Paul's, in London, and yet it is larger ; at least its spire is seventy leet higher than St. Paul's . the height of this is 410 feet. Mary, who has been to it several times-and who has been reading its historical re cords and listening to the tales told by the people about it-says they have the following descriptive lines t As many days s In one yeur there boe, So many windows in this church you see; As many marble pillaras as Ire appear, As there are ho...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844
M lut. Iporon,- Observing a letter in your journal of the 17th instant, signed " Toby Philpot," point. ing out the shameful overcharge to the public of cnlonial brewed ale, t perfectly agree withi the writer, and only wonder that earlier complaints have not been made at the gross imposition thus practiced. I also wish that he had gone on to trace the cause to its proper sourre, the brewers and publicans, who between them are netting a profit of ten pence, out of every quart of ile sold at one shitling. litt a!e, Mr. Editor, is not the only article of colonial maeiufacttre, which the public have cause to complain of being overcharged with; there is another of nmuch greater impnrtance, and one the materially affects the poorest family in the colony I mean the price of bread. According to.the pre. sent priceof bread in Sydney, 6d lhe four pound loaf, the price of wheat should be 48s per quarter, or 6g per bushel; that is, if our millers and bakers were content with the same rate of pro...
IRISH REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844
IRISH REPEAL. THE government prosecutions of O'Connell and the other gentlemen, so far from damping the fervour of Repeal, is causing it to blaze more fiercely: men of the highest name, fortune, and station, are giving in their adhesion. We give under neath the speech of Win. Smith O'Brien, Esq., of whom all Irishmen know the history: to others we need only say, that he is of the lineage of Princes, brother to Sir Edward O'Brien, of Dromoland, county Clare--himself a member of Parliament, and a man of the most finished education, noble bearing, and spotless character. His name is a tower of strength to any cause. SPEEOH OF WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN,ESQ.,M.P., AT NEWCASTLB..