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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

EPITOME OF BOMU -NEWS.. Da. Sabiuel Wilbbrfouce.— This gentleman was formerly a well-known Puseyite, like the brother, to whom God lias recently given the grace of conver sion. A Protestant Bishopric however has proved too much for his consistency, and accordingly he has been gradually shuffling out of his Puseyism. His conduct in the matter of Dr. Hampden must be remembered bv all. It is remarkable that in the present agitation he has not only takeo a lead, but ty»s expressed himself in terms of greater bitterness than otber clerical agitatiors. Here is a specimen of the language this angry man permits himself to use.—' Romanism is a system which, so saps honesty in men's minds, that there is nothing dishonest which ia not holy.' ?? When connected with the Roman Establishments, we became subject to its encroach ments, and denied by its pollution.' flow has pride of station, and- wealth changed the author of ' Eucbarisiica }'* NEV/srABRR Protestantism, — A string of resor lotions ha...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

LEGISLATIVE COUNOO,.,, ?. FRIDAY. ' ?'.' The Speaker took the Chair at a quarter past ;, three.; . . . ,? ? -?? ... -: -, ? . ,- ? ... -.-.; ?:;? -.- ; PETITIONS. ?:.-? '-?'?: .. Mr.. James Macarthur presented a petition from certain freeholders, &c, in the county of Camden, ; objecting, to the Electoral Districts Bill. ?:.- ! . Mr. Donaldson, presented a petition from the !. Paterson, praying; tor certain alterations in a road in that vicinity. '-.... ..... . ?'?.;;?'.. -.-:? I \ .,-' ? ?' NOTICE OF: MOTION'. ' -. ,- ' I .. Mr, Wen.twoutii gave notice1 of his intention,'ou J .Tuesday; -next, to move for the appointment of a Select Committee to prepare a remonstrance against the Act of Parliament, 13 and l-i.Vietoria, a-59.' : ?;-,.'. ;':\;.' ?-;' ; IMMIGRATION.' -''?: / : ! Mr. Donaldson said his motive in moving for - .these returns, was to obtain olnckil'iaforaiatinn as to certain matters of:. which he: knew something -j from private sources. He thouahtithis would make ' ...

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[?]ttetature. HYMN TO ST. PETER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

Itit^taitive* HYMN TO ST. PETER. (From the Paradisus Animas.) Blessed art thou Barjona ! For Christ hath pledged to thee His wealth of heav'nly' treasure, A throne of victory. ?Twas thine to tread the waters t And when about to sink, His hand of help sustained thee Close on destruction's brink. So, when our faith is shaken, And toss'd by storms of ill, 'May Christ, for ever present, Bid winds and waves be still* Thou, to thy Master's question, Didst venture brief reply, Enclosing all the substance Of Faith's deep mystery. For in that one confession Were both avow'd by thee : Divinity of natures, And person's unity. That Which no flesh can compaal . Nor trUfugbt of man descry, To thee did God reveal it By teaching from on high. therefore that holy structure* Which riseth day by day, By care of heavenly builder Stands fixed beneath thy 8way» A power replete with wonder To thee by Christ was given ; Whom thou shalt bind or loosen Are bound or loos'd in Heaven* The keys, by Christ commi...

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

tHE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. The meeting for submitting to the public a pro position to dissolve the New South Wales Anti transportation Association and to join the Austra lasian League, was held on Monday at the Produce Stores of Messrs. Mort and Brown, Circular Quav. Charles Cowper, Esq., in the chair. The Chairman said, the business for which they had met that day was, to determine whether the Association should be dissolved and the members join the League. Every month that elapsed brought something to light, whicli showed the ne cessity of renewed and continued exertions. It was only a few days ago that they received intelligence from Van Diemen's Laftu, that the Colonial Minis ter had refused to accede to the petitions of the people of that unfortunate colony, and Had ex pressed its intention of continuing to send prisoners to Van Diemen's Land-. The League gaVe them an opportunity of showing that they had not yet ex-, hausted all their means of morally opposing this great ...

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

BEVIEWS. A System of Theology* By Godfrey William Von Leibnitz. Translated, with an intro duction and Notes, by C. W. Russell, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History in St. Patrick's College, Maynooth. Lon don : Burns and Lambert. (From the Tablet.) This extremely careful and learned pub* lication will be acceptable to all parties, as presenting a quantity of well-condensed in* formation on a most interesting subject— the History of Leibnitz, and his negotiations for the reconciliation of the Catholics and tutheran8i We suppose that the ' System of Theology' was not very much in the hnnds of the controversialists of these coun* tries, and that even well-informed persons have had a very indistinct idea about it. In an age, however, that has been more charac terised than any period since 168? for gene rous attempts Oh the part of Protestants to arrive at the truth, and of Catholics to under stand the difficulties (no easy matter always) that keep their separated brethren where they...

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Domestic intelligence. THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

iBome&tic Intelligence, THE ANTI-TRA.NSPOBTATION BANQUET. The visit of the De'egates from Port Philip and Van Diemen's Land was celebrated by a feast on a scale fully equal to the impor tance of the occasion on Thursday last, iu the new stores lately built by Messrs. Blort and Brown on the Oircu'ar Quay. The chair was taken by Charles Cowner, Esq.. supported by John Lamb, Esq., M.O., as Vice-President; the ends of the table were occupied by Messrs. Robert and John Camp bell, Michael Metcalfe, and Gilbert Wright; and Grace was said by the Venerable Arch deacon M'Elncroe. After the 'cloth was removed tie chairman pro posed the health of the Queen, who, he said, could do no wrong, and therefore was not responsible for the wrong done to the colonies by her ministers. The health of Prince Albert and the Royal Family .followed, and then that of Sir Charles Fitz Roy, the latter being responded to by a few only of the gentlehlen present. ..; The Chairman then proposed the health of ...

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A CHALLENGE TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

A CHALLENGE 3 0 LORD JOHN RUSSKLL. (From the Tablet.) The present week provides us with such a wonderful variety of materials on the great controversy by which- the English mind is at present inflamed, that it is hard to make any selection. In this calm, sequestered retreat on the banks of the LifFey enjoying the re nnaa n? flm f4r\lflpn AirP. nnrl with nnlv n wholesale emigrant-shipment., a few thou sand evictions, an occasional county meeting, or the excitement of an election contest, to ripple the smooth surface of the river of life, we look down, not so much with amazement as with unfeigned pity, and, no inconsiderable satisfaction, upon the mad pranks and bed lamite contortions of the Protestant public of England. We say with satisfaction, because it is now too obvious to be denied or doubted, that, by the special management and at the special instance of our very dear friends and kind benefactors, the Whigs, there is to be a re uewal of the penal laws. The Almighty is kinder t...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. . News to the 20th of December has reached us via .Hobart Town. ?The most important document in the papers we liave received is the first of Cardinal Wiseman's ' lectures, which we are sure will he read with the deepest interest by all Catholics, and ought to have its effect in putting an end to the unreasonable prejudices of Protestants. 'VVe have re-printed ii mider our Ecclesiastical Intelligence. The Duke of Norfolk has followed the example of the reputed Deist, Lord Beaumont. It is well known that his Grace has no religion but such as he thinks adds lustre to liis position as the premier peer. No one will grieve more at the part he hag thought proper to take at the present crisis than his excellent son Lord Arundel and Surrey who is one of the most exemplary Catholics in England. '?His Lady the CoUntess was not long since received iato the Church by the Fathers of the Oratory. Some dissatisfaction has been manifested on the part of the fanatics in consequence...

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[?]lestastical Intelligence CARDINAL WISEMAN ON THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

&ccle&ia$tical fcuteiligeiue Cardinal wXseman on the catholic hierarchy. The following is the 'substance ..of .Cardinal .Wise- man's first lecture, delivered on Sunday, at. St. George's, .Southwark, on the subject of the Cathd 'iig. Hierarchy:—^. , , ''-Tho question of the Catholic Ilierjirchy, or 'father its history, may be summed up in a very 'iew words .— Cath&lics being, in regard to the 'exercise of .their religion, oii'a -footing of perfect equality with their fellow'-saUjejctx, \(h- at least it .'was thought. till a '?&* week's 'agjy), and being mem tflrn nfa C.Kn w-.h iiWps«sirilv Emscoual. having been governed till now, under a temporary form, by Yibars-Apostdlic, have received, from -the acknow ledged and legally recognised head of their Church, a Hierarchy—that is, a body of Bishops^ having their essence and titles from them in England. How, 'let it bo observed, that the .change does, not ?onsist in this, that up till lately Catholics had n...

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

CATHOLIC BOOKS. i * ? ? . I | A FEW Copies' of the' following Books | P j\ are on Sale at the Office of the ai 'Freeman's Journal,' 70, Castlereagh-street. *' Doway Bible and Testament j1 Reeve's Histoi-y of the Bible ' Missals, Vesperals, and Complmei . Life of Chriat. by St. Boaaventure 8l Ghdlloner's Meditations *» Millner'a End of Controversy : e: Poor Man's Catechism . F Think Well On* t , ' ° Manual of. Devotion .1 Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prajer Book w Andrew Dunn . *' The Wanderings of the Human. Mind, by Rev. V Jv McEncroe *? 2 The Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by R. E. Sconjee, B. A., Oxon ' i The Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed ' Virgia h Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory S The Practice of the Living Rosary d Bell's Dictionary of all Religion a Cobbett's History of the Reformation n Britain's Divinity of ChriBt f- Dr,«Ullath6rne's New South Wale* Via Crucis. the Way of the Cross Catechism extracted from the Writings...

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CARDINAL WISEMAN'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

CARDINAL WISEMAN'S REPLY.' ' My dear Lord and Brother in Christ,-r-No.thing could have possibly been more truly gratifying to me at this moment, than the synipatny of your Grace and the clergy of. Dublin. ! The .kind and most welcome expression, of .thoir feelings in the resolutions forwarded to me by your Grace, and the affectionate letter irom yourself that accomr panied them, are most cheering, while we- are sufr Tiering1 from the .', extraordinary commotion around us, and I feel that yqur Grace an.d the clergy of Dublin have come most justly to the , conclusion 'which I entertain, in common, with all English Ca tholics, that the good sense of our fellowcountry men will soon bring them to see the establishment: of our hierarchy in its, true light, and that ample, justice will be rendered, both to our. acts and, to our motive, by the public here. . '*' ' I beg, through your Grace, to return my most cordial and affectionate thanks to. the clergy of Dublin, for their great and welco...

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Ireland. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN ARCHBISHOP MURRAY AND CARDINAL WISEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

Irelantt. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN ARCHBTSEGB MURRAY AND CARDINAL WISEMAN. (.From the Catfioho Standard): lhe Evening Post contains the following corres pondence between his. Grace the Most Rev. Archr bishop Murray and his Eminence Cardinal Wise-^ man, on the subject of the resolutions of the meet ing of the Roman Catholic clergy of Dublin, which appeared in a recent number of the Aforning Chronicle : — ' ' Dublin, Nov. 19, 18.50, ' Mast eminent and mont honoured Lord, — I feel singular pleasure in having the honour to forward to your Imminence the accompanying proof of the perfect union of heart and mind which subsists be~ tween the Catholic clergy of Dublin and their fel-r low Catholics in England j and I need not, I trust, assure your Emimenc© how cordially I join in the fervent congratulations which are respectfully offered therein to your Eminence, on your eler vation to the exalted dignity of Prince of the Church to which your Eminence has bfcen so de-, servedly raised. 'I have ...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In srder to nave time, tronble, nod postage. we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our papnr. Received from J t)., Morpeth .. £\ 10 0 ... . J. D.. Por'1-.ind .. 3 11 0 .. P D, Ipswich ..360 .».' T C . Liverpool .. 1 16 0 R H., B ivbane .10 0 „'* G. War ram boo!, P.O.S. 0 7 0 -,. L., Turout ..060

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THE HERALD'S HOME CORRESPONDENT IS PUZZLED ABOUT IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

THE HERALD'S HOME CORRES 1 PONDENT IS PUZZLED' ABOUT IRELAND. We remember that some time ago one of the 'notables' of our colonial society, feeling aggrieved by some observations in the Herald's 'Contributions from Home,' thought proper in his amiable spleen to characterize the style of their writer as the slipslop of a smart lady's waiting maid. We do not agree with the wrathful critic; the stj/le of the ' Contributions from Home' we consider is just what it ought to be it bears the unmistakeable impress of a man of- tulcnt and a gentleman. But for the matter of one of the recent ' contributions,' wa are compelled to say that it would not do honour even to a lady's waitingrmaid, if she happened to bo sensible as well as smart. We allude to the observations on the sub jeot of the ' Godless colleges' in Ireland They might servo very wc.l to excite and mystify a crowd at some electioneering or poitical meeting, but for the deliberate writing of a gentleman sitting down to con coct a l...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 1?OR APRIL, 18511 10 Th Of the Feria. 11 p Dolo, of 13. V. M., d.m, l'i Sat S. Leo, Pope and conf. d. 13 S Palm Sunday, first clam. 14 M Of the Feria. 15 T Of the Feria. 16 W Of the? Feria. 17 Th Maundy Thursday, d., first class. 18 F Good Friday, d., first class. 19 Sat Holy Saturday, d. first class. 20 S Easter Day, d. Hrst class. 21 M Of the Octave, d., first class. 22 T Of the Octave, d., first class. 23 W Of the Octave, s.d. 2'4 Th Of the Octave, s.d. 25 F Of the Octave, s.d. 26 Sat Of the Octave, s.d. 27 S Low Sunday, first class, d. m. 23 M S. Mark, Eoan. from 25th, d., second class, 0. S. B., S. Robert, ah. d. 29 T S. Peter, Martyr, d. 30 W S. Catherine of Sienna, v.d. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1851. ' In Neeessariis Unitas, in Dubns~'Ziberias1 in Omnibus Charilas.'

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS: All letters and communications to theV Editors add the Publisher must, be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information iB not required for publication, it 13 requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION CAMPAIGN. Much has been said and done in Sydney for the last ten or fourteen days towards bring* ing this great 'Moral Combat' to a happy and glorious termination. The warm re* ception and the magnificent Banquet given by ' the Anti-Transportation Association' to the Delegates from Tasmania and Vic toria, has been the occasion of rekindling and giving fresh vigour to that patriotic and unchangeab'e ' resolution' of the great body of the Colonists, never more to revert, for any' consideration whatever, to the degrad* ing expedient of etnp'oying ' cheap convict' labour. It has been shown over and over again that ' forced' labour— -the labour of men in ' bondage' is the worst and most expensive sort of labour. This great pub'itf .? question has been so often and so ab'y dis° cussed by the most intol igent men in. thtf community — the beat frieuda to tbn moral^ social, and political welfare of the Colony, that wcrshall not re-open it. It has, indeed, been set at ...

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PIUS IX. AND QUEEN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

PIUS IX. AND QUEEM VICTORIA. We have heard it objected by more than one person in this colony, in rep'y to our defence of the English Hierarchy, that the Pope would not have been allowed to eker cieQ such authority in a 'Ga'thb'io' country; nor indeed informer days when England was Catholic; Some liberal Protestants seem disposed to allow the Holy See the power which Catholic States allow, but object to his exercising move than tbis. In reply to this we beg to say that the cases are totally different. The Pope has exercised greater power in Protestant Eng land than he could have done in Catholic England, and for this reasou, via. — that now the power he exercises is purely spiritual^ whereas in Catholic times the prelates of the country necessarily wielded a large amount of political influence. When a newly ap pointed Bishop became ipso facto a Baroiij when the Crown invested him with large possessions and gave him a seat in parlia ment, it was obviously necessary that the Crown sho...

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CHRISTIAN EDUCATION IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ift FKANCE. The Ami tie la Religion reports at full length a most eloquent address delivered by hi*9 lordship, the Bishop of Lanjjres, at a Mass of the Holy Ghost, celebrated on occa sion of the installation of the Academic Council of the Haute Marne, in the Church of St. John, at Chaumont. The following extracts seem to be of general importance atid interest. ' We live- my friends, thanks be to God, in an a£e and country where public opinion always receives with reppecty and often so licits with eagerness the blessings of the Church upon each of the more important actions of life. The solemnity of this day lias been celebrated in accordance with the deep CatroPc feeling of the faithful of this diorese, who are profoundly sensible that as religion ought to have to do with man's erery action here below, so its beneficent in terposition can least of all be dispensed with in so weighty an affair as the education of the young. And yef, my friends, it is scarcely more...

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MR. ROEBUCK'S LETTER TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

MR. ROEBUCK'S LETTER TO THE PREMIER, (From the London Eoenina 3Tni/.\ My Lord, — Were Parliament sitting the present letter would not be written, °as I should then be able in your Lordship's pre sence to speak that which 1 now feel cotn pailpd to writei The extraordinary circuui stancea of the preaent time induce me not la vraii tifltil the meeting of Parliament but at once to give expression to my opinions concerning the mischiefs which now threaten the peace of this empire; and I address myself to your Lordship because I believe that great principles are in danger, and that to you is attributable the imminent risk to which they are exposed. The great principles which are thus im* perilled are those which your party and the great leaders of your party have for above half a century resolutely supported, and to which the chiefs of every party have, during the present century, rendered singular and honourable homage — -which Mr. Pitt recog nised and acted upon, when he resigned and br...

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