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THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

TI-IL MORNING CHRONICLE WEDI)NESDAY, APRIL 24, 1844 ~ .e eust aid rear not :1 Let all the ends thou oim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." hakspeare. THE GOVERNMENT GARDENS. HAvIr lately said a good fdeal about "squatting," and "licenses," and "sta tions," .and "runs," &c. &c. We do not like to continue this crambe repetlita, or dwell upon an ungraciops, topic;:Ve: like to diversify the theme-to change the style, "from grave to gay," and talk of lighter and more amusing subjects: and as the poet advises- iscise atulttitam consiliis brevem, Dulce eat desipere in loco. this advice of mixing amusement with cares, is especially necessary and useful in those times, when so many gnawing and cor roding cares prey upon our minds, and damp every enjoyment :-too much care too earnest a pursuit of any one object, be it what it will-too much regret for losses, only makes bad worse, and enders the evil more incurable, by injuring that health, vigor, and elasticity o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "AUSTRALIAN" AND HIS MARIA MONK SECUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

THE "AUSTRALIAN" AND TIS MARIA MONK SECUNDA. WE were in some hopes lately, that decency would no more be outraged-truth trampled under foot,-and thedignity of the press no more be prostituted to a vile fanaticism; but we fear our hopes are premature, for we saw in yesterday's Australian, put forth in a very showy way, with TWO ]EADINGS of large capitals to ensure reading, a report from the French Gazette de Tribunaux, (what is called in .England the Newgate Calendar) in which. it would seem, that some strumpet, who had got herself with child, and who, of course, pretended to be penitent--was received into the con vent of Bon Pasteur (the good Shepherd) treated with kindness,with means used to re claim her to virtue, but who, it would seem got tired of virtue, wished to return to vice and prostitution, and trumped up a charge of cruel assault against the Superioress and ten other nuns, who were tried at Vienne (Dauphind) and, after a long hearing,,the .accused were, (as any one might...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

)DEPAR?TORES. ~APnl. 20.-For Moreton Bay, the steamer Sovereign, Cape, with sundries. Passengers--Blr. M'Connell, and fourteen inthe steerage. 20.-For Norfolk Island, the. brig Governor Ph~llip, lMoyle, with stores. Passengers - Mr. Chapman, UCptains eld, a sergeant; corporal, and 10 rank and, file of the 09th Regiment, and II prisoners of the crown. ties CoLIA.1'-We find the following account of the accident which betesl the Ceeilia, now 'in prt, on her. outward passege? in the Porth Inquirer, (Rwan River) of the 6th March s,-" At about half past eleven on the night of the 28th Soptember, the Cecilia being then about 200 miles from Cape Finisterre, the crew being occupied in trimming sails, they were hailed by a vessel a.head. The Cecilfa's helm was immediately put up, with the hope of elearing her, but not being suflciently in time, the two vessels came into collision, the strange ship, which turned out to be the Paul Emile, being struck amid-ships. The captain of the Cahela, find...

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Original Correspondence. THE LATE MR MENZIRS OF PITFODELS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

tlllrr llal (rot'o ° osl tnIl' -0 THE LATE MR MtRNZIES O? PITFODELS ?in. EsTonR-When a great end a' good man dies, the memory of hI!s many admirable qualities, and tilhe recollection of the benevolent actions which lie has done while alive, are gratefully treasured up in the hearts of Ihis friends, and in those of the recipients of his liberality. lie is nut dead to them, buhot only sleepeth. His name is heard with emotion, and la affectionately uttered, ; and he does not seem list 'to them for ever, but only to have gone on a ling journey, and will' shortly return again to make them happy willh his presence. Such a man was the venerable and truly christian gentleman, whose name is at the head of this letter. God had blessed him with wealth, and at the same time liehad given him a tender and compassionate heart, so that he was at all times ready to contribute of his subshatance, when the cause of. religion or charity required it. lie lived to a patriarchal age, dispensing blessings ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

The following is my reply.: " 12, Royal Circus, Nov.-9, 1843. 1 "My LORD BISHOP-I had the honour to receive -your note last night, with a Bank Check for Doe •Hendred Pounds 8terling. Such an instance of benevolence could not, I am sure, have occurred more opportunely thsp at present, and -the .liberal ,manner in which you wish to relieve equally the wants of the Protestant as of the Catholic poor, is no less honourable to yourself than acceptable to •the recipients of your bounty. It will, of course, be my aim to carry your benevolent purpose .into effect, by selecting the most deserving objects of charity, and laying out the looney to the beat .advantage. " I have the honour to be, ".your-most obedient servant, JAass Fonassr." The family of Mr. Mesales was a very ancient and highly respectable one, and with the following account of it, which is taken from the Aberdeen Journal, I will now close this letter: , THe LATB'?IfR. (Aaztnaso oF. PTroonLS.--By the death of this venerable and...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

* TtlItata ItnteU(gence. -0 APRIL 21.-From the Downes, let December, the harque Achilles, 389 tons, Voale, with.a general cargo;. 'L assedgera-&lr. Borthwick, Mlrs. Lich; two datightersand son, Airs Rees, son and daughter, Miss Barnett, Mr. Duncan, and Mr. J. King. 21.-From Hobait Town, the 17th instant, the brig Louisa, 86 tons,'l'ucker, with a general cargo. Passeugers-Mr. H. nSmith, Monsieur Verreou, and servant, Lieutenant Ilay, of the 68th Regiment, Meisrs. Garraway, White, ,Connolly, Kennedy, Thompson, H. and W. Burn, Nelson, Lewis, Nickerson, and M'Carvilli ;Mrs. Weldon, 32 rank and file o the 68th, and 15 rank and file of the 80th itegiinents, with two deserters from the latter, two womien and a child,.

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MONDAY, APRIL 22. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

bMONDAY, APRIL 22. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the etate o.f William Henry Sawyier, a first meeting: Samuel Tree. £116 Os d Special meetings were held in the estates of G A. Kenneth, t-.l1'. '.heldon, Prosper De Meqtre, and Iust and Co, bt tno claims were proved,

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THE GOVERNOR AND THE LARGE SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

THE GOVERNOR AND THE LARGE SQUATTERS. WE shall in our next give extracts from some documents, which will afford a still more complete justification of the Governor in the recent steps he has taken with re spect to the squatting licenses, than any thing we have before said. Want of space precludes it this day.

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Insolvency Proceedings. SATURDAY, APRIL 20. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

tgaolbscnq iroccbdligu, -0 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, . PiROOFOP L'AIM". In the estate oftMichael Riolly, an adjourned single meeting s the estate of Robert Thomsod and Co.,. 11 7s 6d; the Church and School Corporation, £54 Is 8d ; John Nulty, £28 8s ; B. Cooper, £11 7s 9d. In the estate of Arthur" Devlin, a thirdmeeting s ,Thomas Holmes, £17 13a 3id ; F. Gaunson, £35 18s 8d ; John Itickards, £40 5s 5d. The meeting allowed the insolvent to retain his wearing apparel, together withione' chronometer, a seotant, and his charts and nautical books. In the estate oft John Gray, an' adjourned second meeting s K. A'Donaldl,' £41 4s Ild; D. Jones and Co., £449 3s ; W. Long, £429 14s 44 ; lBurdekin and Hawley, £20 is ; H. Hall, £113 Is pd; Charles Scott, £225.11s 10d; J.O. Glenham, £139 Os Id ; F. Ellard, £4 6s 6d. The meeting allowed the insolvent to. retain his furniture and wearing apparel. In the estate of Cooke and St?addan, an adjourned special neeting. the estaie of Campbell, Hill, and C ý., ...

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THE "OBSERVER." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

THE "OBSERVER." " Popery is a robber, and no mistake." Tiir BOLUS for the Observer we are again unavoidably 'obliged to postpone till our nICxt

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LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) FIFTH LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMTH, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) PFPTIu LBTTIR. Monessas La CoaTs, We have lately heard an English Bishop (the late Dr. Tomline) declare, in oneof his Charges, addressed to his Clergy, that " the Church of Eng. land is not Prltestlant." Strange, and curious, thesis I For, pray, then, what is its?. ! Z is," replies the Plelate,-" SoErnlPvrun. ;-which,- in oilier words, means exactly thls,-that the Church of England is not Protestant; but that it is Prote. tant. , For, Protestantism consists essentl?lly in nothing else, but in being Scriptural;-that is, in substhitting the Bible in the room of authority. You may not have forgotten, perhaps, that, in 1805, another English Prelate (Bishop Watson) was consulted by a certai lady of his acquaintance respecting the important; and difflicult, question,. "whether she could; in conscience, marry:heir I daughter to a man, who was not of the Church of England ;-although neither a Catholic nor a Pro. testant." (This alludes ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

f jt cdlaWDou0 Iexitratp. -o CsstnA,.-The following scene, occurred in the drawing.room of a foreign resident in Canton. Two jugglers 'were introduced before the company assembled; after going through a number of sur i prising feats of skill and agility, one of these men banded to the other a china basin. 'This basin, after a few 'flourishes above his head, and being turned " upside down, to convince the spectators that it was empty, the exhibitor suddenly allowed it to fall, but caught it before it reached the floor, This movement brought him into a position reasting on his heels, the basin being now hidden from view. by the folds of his garments. In that attitude he remained for a few seconds, with hands extended, but in no way touching the basin. With a sudden spring he stood upright, and displayed to the astonished spectators the basin filled to the brim with pure clear water; and two gold fishes swimming in their native elemeint,-.'Te Thosrand Thinugs relatingl to China.. A SAI...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

I?rom the Weekly Freeman,) 'The dinner to this distinguishbed individual took place on Wednesday evening in the Courteuay Arms, Newcastle. About four o'clock the people had congregated into that little town in immense numbers from every district within a dozen miles of it. The counties of Kerry, of Cork, and a large portion of Limerick, sent in their thousands, and by hal'.past four o'clock, when the bon. gentleman was expected from Cahermoyle, an Immense assembly congregated in what is called the square of Newcastle. About two o'clock a deputation pro ceeded to meet him, accompanied by an immense number of persons on cars and horseback, with the -temperance band of the town, and returned about half-past four, the vast procession which preceded Mr. O'Brien rending the air with enthusiastic acclamations. The' hon. gentleman was accom. panied by the Rev. Mlr. M1'Coy, P.P. of Ardagh, and having arrived in the square, ascended the dickey of his carriage, and addressed the people as foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

( N SALE, at R. M. ROBEY'S New Wholesale and Retail Ironmongery Establishment,427, George.street, near King*street, Smith's bellows, anvils, vyces, superior spades and shovels, nail-rod, bar, bolt, and snet iron ; sheet lead,shot, Walker's and French percussion caps, gunpowder, superior large grain blasting powder, nails, screws, bolts, locks, hinges, copper boat nails, roves, tacks, zinc elate nails, cast steel pit and cross. cut saws, tenon,, hand, panel, and compass saws, carpenters' and shipwrights' tools, bench and moulding planes, rules, chisels, gouges, tenon, hand and cross.cut saw files, frame and pit saw files, shoemakera' farriers' and wood rasps, augers, adzes, shingling and claw hammers, leading, timber, and claw chains, traces, backbands, breaking-up haoes, tinned iron and enamelled saucepans, round and oval tinned iron boilers, japanned foot baths, toilet pails, water cans, dish covers, tea and coffee pots, chamber and table candlesticks, curtain bands, cornice poles,...

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THE "REGISTER" AND THE REST OF THE "INFLUENTIAL PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

THE "RtEGISTERt" AND -THE REST OF THE "INFLUENTTAL PRESS." Tur. Wleckly Register of Saturday last, modestly says, " When we saw a large meet ing, apparently representing the whole wealth, talent, and respectability of the colony, opposed to its, wheop we found all the rest of the influential press, echoing the sentiments put forth at that meeting-when the organs of the few, and the special organ of the many, joined in one sentiment of disapprobation of the new squatting regulations, and when NO APPROVING VOICE was heard ;-when moreover self-interest was clearly in the balance against the ex pression of our sentiments, convinced as we were of their justness, we began to de liberate on the expediency of encountering so great an army of Philistines with so small a weapon as that placed within our reach, in this we did injustice to the public, and the public cause, for nio sooner was our article read, than we were favoured with ,marked approbation from persons of the highest character i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a tweek, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Vales,; Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand and Indi and in England, otland, Quarters 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, qfter paying the amount due.--Advertisbrs should mark on each advertisement the number of; a n reuirengland cotland,s and Ireland.- Tinue uarters end on tded. Orders ao discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before ix o'clock on the evenings Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements arereceived till six clock on t vening before publication.ernsll instructions mst be given in wriuntermanded.ting, and al letters pOrder to --_ -- - -- ; .. . . . .. .. .. . ... . . .. . .. .. . . .. ... ..... . .. . . .he.......... -b ---r-e p ...........AI i;nstructions muiss be given is wr'iting, and all letters post paid. . . . NOTICE, MR. THOMAS...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

" My LORD - In compliance with the spirit of the Catholic Church, which teaches her children not only to pray, but also to give alms for the repose of the souls of their departed brethren, and in accord ance to which I know would have been the wish of my late venerated friend, Mr. Menzies, of Pitfodels, I beg to enclose to your Lordship a check for One Hundred Pounds Sterling, to be laid out in providing comfortable winter clothing for fifty poor people, twenty-five men and twenty five women. '" As the late Mr. Menzies was not less remark- able for his liberality as a Christian, than for his benevolence as a man, I would feel it an injustice to his memory, while distributing charity over his grave, to make any distinction, where he himself would have made none during life; and I have, therefore, to request, that your Lordship will be kind enough to see that the above sum be applied ex clusively for the benefit of the Protestestant poor in this city, a similar sum having already been...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

CAPTURE OF BUSHeRANGERs.--On last lMonday, the 8th instant, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock in the evening, two armed bush. rangers (John Smith and William Thornton, who absconded from Port Arthur) entered the Bagdad IHlotel. Bagdad, kept by Jacob Wing; from their account and appearance Mr. Wing suspected that they were not what they represented themselves to be (constables', and sent his son for Mlr. Palmer of the Swan Inn, who arrived immediately, and placed one of his men at the front door, armed with a doub'o barrelled gun, and entered bytthe back door well armed and fully prepared for action. After a few questions that were not:satisfactorily answered, and Mr. Palmer being fully satisfied that they were bushrangers, he gave the men to understand that they were his prisoners, and that in the event of their-offering any insubordinate conduct. he would shoot the first who would do so, and forthwith despatched a mounted messenger to the police magistrate, Pontville, who instan...

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Port Phillip Extracts; [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

Port WlflIp Extracts: -o THn FORrocoeasNO E.scxrIONa.-It was stated in our supplement of this day week that Mr. Young had retired from the field. We received our infor. mation from the Australian, from which we gave it out upon authority. This, of course, was sufficient to justify us in repeating the assertion ; but judge of our surprise to find by the Sydney papers received on Saturday last, that the Aunstralian had no aun. thority for making the assertion, and that Mr. Young had not retired from the contest. Mr. Young is espected in Melbourne by the overland mail to morrow, or if not by the mail, by the first arrival. With reference to Captain O'Connell, it is not cer taid he w:ll come forward at all. We have made every inquiry, anod finod that Captain O'Connell has not positively promised to do so. It is true that when a friend of ours was speaking to the captain relative to some second-rate characters, who were talking about coming forward to represent this dis. trict, Captain' ...

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Maitland News. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 April 1844

....t.itlanb lNe , - -0 (From the Maltlanil Mercury.) -FxusieisO or VALE. An MAUI" TUORNTON AT NxWCalSTti.-On Wednesday last, the 17th in. tsunt, the extreme penalty of the law was carried into execution at Newcastle upon Joseph Vale, aged 30, and Mary' Thornton,; aged between 20 and 21, convicted at the late criminal court, held at Mail. land, of the murder by poeloin of John Thornton, the husband of the latter.' Both prisoners had been regularly visited for spiritual instruction since their eondemnatlon by the Rev, C. Pleydell N. Wilton,. M. A:; chaplain of the gaol; and tire female pi soner had received daily the unremitting attention of Mrs. Field, the wife of the governor of the gaol. To her, on Monday evening last, Mary Thornton niade a full confession of her crime; and after Mr Keck, the acting sheriff, had read to her in the con, damned cell her death warrant,ion Tuesday, there sippearedi t thi"ctsaplain that a visible change for the better had iaken 'place in her mind. With...

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