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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

CarIT'Lu MILZK 7T. HousEs--1G horses were sold on yesterday by Mr. Stubbs, the average price being £12. - -0

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

C(.AMP"ELL TI'REE MARKET. HAT-85 loads of hay were sold during the week at £7 10s. to £8 10s. per ton. SraAw-20 loads of straw sold at £3 10s. to £3 15s. per ton. FODDEa-36 loads sold at 8d to 10d per dozen. BEDuzSNo-10 loads realised 3s Gd to 4s per load. WuEAT-8 loads were disposed of at 53 to 5s Gd per bushel.

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

62 loads of fIW ls , 2 tons salt 10 cwt. of bacon, 11 lbs. of l1d lbs. of ham, 242 lbs. of honey, and 291 dozen of eggs, paid dues at this market during the week ; for the price of which see market note.

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MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

MEAT. IT our last publication we offered- a few remarks relative to the necessity of a regun lation being made by the City Council as to the price and weight of bread. A great deal of injustice towards the poor is also exercised with respect to meat, and we think it is the duty of the Corporation to interfere for the protection of the citizens in this article of food also. We subjoin a letter on this subject from the Australian of last Thursday, the statementfcoriained in which we have every reason o' bdieve'perfectly correct, and to which we would direct the particular attention of the City Council. VARIATION IN THE PRICE OF MEAT. To the Editor of the Australian Journal. Sla,-fComplalant prevails amongst the public of the price of meat being with some Butchers double what it is with others. Some explanation, there fore, is required in order to show that'thet evil has not its origin with the parties complained of, and that while the public sutfer, the cutting Butchers as well as the...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, JULY 24. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. SIMMONS V. KEMP AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

ýuprcmne (Tou't. -0 .TUESDAY, -JULY 24.' ' .SITTINGS IN BANCO. Be/orettheir Honore, the three Judges. ' SIMMONS Y. KEMP AND ANQHIIR. This was an application on the part of the plain tiff'for a new trial. Mr., Windeyer and Mr.. Broadhurst appeared in support of the motion; Mr. Michie and Mr. Fisher opposed it. The arguments were commenced'in the early part of last week, and concluded this day. The judgment of the Court was to"the efrlct, that a new trial should begranted on condition that the plaintif should pay the costs of the first trial. It was also agreed that the Judge's notes should be put in as evidence by either party, and that the newspapers and advertisements should be considered as read, and it was further decided that ~pplleation might be made in the' usual way for a special jury. HATFIELD V. ALLTORD. This was an action of replevin, and a verdict was given in favour of the plaintiff ; and the present motion was for a new trial on nine oblectlons, seven of which were agai...

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Maitland. CENSUS OF THE MAITLAND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

Sflattlatlun -0 (From the Maitland Mercury.) CENSUS OF THE MAITLAND DISTRICT. According to the census recently taken the num ber of the population in the Police District of Mait land is as follows : Town of East Maitland ...... 910 Town of West Maitland.... .. 2408 'Town of Morpeth ........... 655 District of Hexam ......... 1388 District of Sugarloaf ........ 964 District of Black Creek ....... 1013 Part of Durham ............ 1320 General total... 8074 Pt the census of 1811 the number was 5992, which gives an increase in the five years of nearly forty five per cent. In our next we shall present ,a more detailed summary of the results of the late census. INcENDIARIsM.-On Friday night last, about 7 o'clock, a stack of hay, of about twenty tons, on the estate of Mr. W. M. Christian, near Hinton, was ,discovered to be on fire. The stack was situated a ihort distance from the house, and away from any regular thoroughfare. Between six and seven o'clock some person was heard near tile pr...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29. CIVIL BUSINESS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and a Jury of four. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

WEDNESDAY, JULY 290.. CIVIL BUSINESS. .Before Ills Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson ani a Jury of four. There were were only two cases on the day's list, of which one was settled, and the other undlc fended. INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. Before their Hlonors the three Judges. .PLANS OF DISTRIBUTION. The following plans of distribution were con firmed by the Court :-In the estate of Alexander Watt, a dividend of Is. 3d. in the pound; in the estate of John Finlater Clements a dividend of 2s 5d in the pound, MURPHY V. IIIGIOMS. This was' a rule nisi on the petition of Cavan Murphy. calling upon Thomas Higgins to show cause why his estate should not be sequestrated, but on the case beidg called, it was stated that the rule had been abandoned. .cRAMuPTON V. SHEPPARD. This was an application by Richard Crampton, under the 100th section of the Insolvent Act, call ing.upon Phillip Sheppard to show cause why lihe should not be imprisoned until he had paid tileidebts proved by the applicant. From the a...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

a, dzey Maeacats. -0 CaoaazoaOY UP TO Lst~ r YMNINU.J PLOUL. 1 TLla, cu. 6 ý. d· . £.. d. V1lur(tin), l' L00 1b ........ I) U U to U 0I U Ditto (scOnlJd), ditto .... *... 0 U U .. U 14 U DiLto (raIlont), ditto .... *... 0 12 U *. *U 18 U ruoad, (lp 2Ibloaf ........ U U 4 .. 0 U 0 uhsuuit( (Hue),4jtwe ,....... 0 U U .. 1 2 U Ditto (saooud), ditto ........ 0 U 0 .. 1 0 U Hay, j)'tot .... .... .... 710 U .. 8 10 U Ditto(rutaiI), Q ot. .... .... U d U .. U t U Wituat Strttw, 4? owt. ... ,... U 0 a .. 0 U U Foddetr, iwrdotesm.... .... .... U ( 1 .. U nid0 IIudduIIg, pttr load * U .. . . .. 0 4 0 Wheat, Coloulait, J bushel .... U ai U ., 0 a U Barley, ditto .... .... .... O 0 0 .. U 0 0 Ditto, Cape, dito-.... .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 U 0 O(ats, r i bu.dl (wholea.ln) .... 0 4 0 .. 4 0 Ditto, ditto(retail).... ......... 0 U .. 0 U U aiue, ditto(wiuoluesal) ..., ... 0 4 0 .. 0 5 U Dltto,dilto(rtiail).... ,.... 0 4 6 .. U 5 6 Ue-u, V bu1ual .... .... .., 1 0 .. 1 2 BIJTCIII?It'S A 1%r. LkeI,carca...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

Wartis tis. -o - TOTAL ABnoLITION or SsoKE,-Thle Duke of Wellington has prohibited smoking in the army. Queen Isabella has forbid smoking to the Spanish students. The King of Naples, too, we understand, has sent a similar prohibition to Mount Vesuvius. If these prohibitions are carried on much further, there will be nothing left shortly in the way of smoke, excepting a Queen's speech.--Punch. A GLTTrroN.-Friday afternoon, a fellow named Thomas Harby, a coal porter, residing in New Compton-street, Sollo, undertook for a wager of ten shillings to eat a shoulder of mutton, weighing 71bs., and 41bs. of potatoes, within forty minutes. The fellow accomplished his task, and drank two quarts of beer during his meal, which lie finished in twenty-nine minutes and a half. le afterwards eat nearly a pound of plum pudding, and seemed capable of demolishing as much more.--Dispatch, Feb. 10th. Tut ICn HA LVE.sT.-The lee harvest is being gathered and housed, and a busy time it makes up town. It may...

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BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

BENEVOLENT ASYLUMI. 'OniVednesday evening last, the annual anniver sary meeting of the friends and. subscribers to the above Institution, was held in the school-room, Castlereagh-street. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Dr. CowPEa, who "having briefly opened the business of the meeting, called upon the Secretary to read the report. Alderman ALLEN then read the report. Tlhe iev. Mr. MANSIIELD moved, that the report together. witilh the Treasurer's 'accounts, &c., be printed and circulated .under the direction of the committee. Mr:.W. P. 'CArE secoided the motion, Which was put and carried. The Rev. Dr." Rose moved, that his Excellency Sir Charles Fitziroy be requested, on his arrival, to become the patron of the Institution. Mr. Shlerif Youon seconded the motion, which was put and carried. The CmIBE JUSTICB moved, that the thanks of.the subseribers to the Institution lie given to Alexander M'Leay, Esq., M.C., for his r constant exertions on behalf of the Institution, during...

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THE CATHOLIC CLERGY—THE LAW OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

THE CATHOLIC CLERGY-.THE LAW OF ,MARRIAGE. It is possible that few, if any, of the Catholic clergy of Ireland have had their attention direeted to the case of " the Queen v. the Rev. Richard Tag gart," a notice of which, as it came before the Queen's Bench Chamber, on the application of Mr. O'Hagan, we insert in the Freenman of this day. We would most earnestly desire to impress upon them the necessity of giving to the facts we are about to state, their earnest attention, for they are calculated very gravely toaffect them as ministers of religion, and as citizens, supposed to be emanci pated from penal restrictions, and penal punish .meats. The facts are brief; they are as follow The reverend defendant, a clergyman in holy orders in the Catholic Church, having it was al leged, celebrated a marriage between two parties professing the Protestant faith, was charged by the Rev. Mr. Goidon, rector of Downpatrick, with having, in that ceremonial, infringed the law, and subjected himself t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

NO0'ICE TO .AGENTS: ERE 'Undeisigned requests that all' Scommunications connected with this, Journal be addressed to him, at the Chro nicle office, 22, Charlotte Place. M. D'ARCY. July 28th, 1846.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

LADIES' RIDING HABITS. rT HE Ladies of Sydney and its en virons are respectfully informed, that they can be supplied with French patent cachmere riding habits, made in the first style of fashion, to fit with the greatest possible exactitude, lined and quilted with silk, &c., for FIVE POUNDS FIVE SHILLINGS, ALSO, Habits from superfine broadcloth; other ma terials proportionably cheap, at PITE AND PRESTON'S, 3516 Emporium, 283, Pitt-street. TO BE LET OR SOLD, ON LIlERAL TERMS, LBERT PARK ESTATE, comprising 25 acres, with a beautiful Cottage thereor., in thorough repair, and immediate possession can be given. There is likewise an extensive Garden, Orchard, and Grapery, with two small brick Cot tages on the same, on the Liverpool Road, seven miles from Sydney. The whole being well adapted for any respectable family. Apply at the Union Inn, Kent-street South. 3508 HEIE AUSTRALIA1N CLERKS'L L PROVIDENT SOCIETY.. PRESIDENT. Stephen Greenhill, Esquire. VICB-PRESIDENTS. Messrs. A. G....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

DIED, On the 25th July, at her residence, Botany Road, Redfern Estate, MRS. JANE DALTON, the beloved wife of Mr. Richard Dalton, after a long and pain- ful illness, deeply lamented by her disconsolate husband.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

ARRIVALS. July 29.- Terror, barque, 257 tons, Captain Swindle, from the Whaling Grounds. 30.-Louisa, brig, 102 tons, Captain Millton, from Hobart Town, the 18th instant. Passengers -Mr. W. A. Dobson, Mr. James Macnamara. Mr. W. Parker, Mr. R. Wass, Mr. \V. Russell, Mr. T. W. Rosevewe, Mr. T. Jones, Mr. S. Clarke, 19 rank and file of the 65th regiment, and one woman. 30.- Vi.zen, schooner, 46 tons, Captain Winter, from Auckland the 14th June, the Barrier 25th June, and Wangaroa the 5th July. Passenger Mr. H. Fligg. 31.-Calypso, brig, 105 tons, Captain Harrold, from Launceston, the 19th instant. Passenger Mr. John York. DEPARTURES. July 28.--larlequin, scheoner, Captain Ho. venden, for Melbourne, Port Fairy, and Portland Bay. Passengers-Mr. W. Clarke. 28 -Tigress, brig, Captain Ewry, for the South Sea Fishery. Passenger-Mr. H. Brown. 30.-William, schooner, Captain Freeman, for Moreton Bay. Passengers-Rev. Mr. Vacaire, Mr. Thomas Green; Mr. E. Lord, Mr. J. Davidson, and Mr. W. Holden. ...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

a?' l MIliellln' ?l c111P, -a_ ,(Fran the Colonial Times.) It is a .general remark in the English papers, that one reason why so large a portion of the commu nlty is daily resorting to communion with the Roman .Catholics and the Pispenters, is the ieally supe.lor attention paid by the Individual clergy to those sects of Christians to the domestic happiness of the body of the people in comparison with the attention thereto bestowed by the clergy of the clergy of the Church of England. It is also daily more and more weakening the power of Church of England Episcopacy-the inducement to personal pride which the immense emoluments of the English bishops produce,in comparison with the head of every other Church in Christianity. This daily more and more observable fact is certainly daily more and more sapping the reverence of the English people for their clergy. If this observation is deserving of attention at home, it is more especially so in these Colonies, the nature of the population c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GouLnuRN-,Ma. CARNEY. BERRIMA-MR. B. M'MAHON. PATERSON-MR. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRAMATTA -MR. P. CARaDIrFF. PorT PIILIrIP -MR. J. BULLEN.. WoLLONONO-Ma. THOMAS FOWLER. BATHURST--MR. T. JONES. QUEANUYAN-M-R. J. J. WaoGHT. AMAITLAND-MR. T. MAHONY. CAMPBELLTOWN, &C.-MR. M'ALISTEI. WINDSOR-MRt. JAMEs CASSIDY. PENRITH-IMR. JAMES M'CARTIIY. JERRY'S PLAINS-MR. J. J. ARPUR. BuNOONIA--MR. EDWARD HUHilES. ADELAIDE-MR. JOIN NOWLAND. YAss-MR. C. ROURKB. Published in, the United Kingdom, by MaR. JONES, 63, PATERNOSTER-ROW, LONDON. Ma. W. J. BATTERrIIY, 1, ESBEXDBRIDOB,PARA LIAMENT-STREET, DUBLIN. Printed for the Proprietor by EDWARD JOHN HAWKS lilY, of I tdflem, It the County or Cumnberland; ad ub, lished byhmn at hthe ?hronlcle oles, No.S2,0uarlaotepi Sydunye New South Walesl,--Saturdl)' August I 14l, .

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THE TWO RACES IN IRELAND—CELTS AND SAXONS—PHYSICAL DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN—HISTORICAL CONVICTION OF THE TIMES "COMMISSIONER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.) Ferrybank, Waterford, Dec. 26th, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

THE TWO RACES IN IRELAND - CELTS AND SAXONS--PHYSICAL DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN - HISTORICAL CONVICTION OF THE TIMES " COMMISSIONER." (From the Freeman's Journal ) TO THE EDITOR OF THIE 5FERIMAN.) Ferrybank, Waterford, Dec. 26th, 1845, Sir,--Though I have no claim on public attention either for literary acquirements or station, I beg of   you to peruse what I have written in reply to cer- tain assertions lately made concerning the stature of the descendants of the ancient Irish race by Mr. Thomas Campbell Foster, commonly called the Times' Commissioner. I have asked several per sons more practised in writing than myself to reply to this gentleman, and particularly a namesake and relative of my own, now resident in Dublin, who is intimately acquainted with the subject; but not having succeeded in drawing from any of them a sentence in defence of the " bone and sinew of Ire la nd," I have taken courage to take up the pen my self; for, though I have Iong since forgotten the rul...

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Original Correspondence. GOOD INTENTIONS. To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

®._ @t lýlIAl-Dlro rf.o i o0 'GOOD INTENTIONS. To the Editor of the Chronicle.' Ssa,-lIt is truly ridiculous to read the crude ideas of .the philosophical members of our Legislative Council, as to the great depression which overtook the Colony during -the past five years; yet all the Squattocracy combine in ascribing it to the " rul nous" .policy pursued by ,his late Excellency Sir .GeorgeL ?Jpps. Dr. Lang has vehemently held forth -that the want. of concentration in large towns was ,the greatest injury to the Colony ; to support which, lie instanced Geelong, Maitland, and Moreton Bay, ibecause a river,or some natural boundary divided them'! Oh, such logic-such -a .cause'! Now, I believe it is established among all writers that over grown capitals in newly-peopled countries .resemble .more so many monsters, all head and no body'to support it, than a body possessing symmetry and ,due proportion throughout all its meambers; but perhaps the rev, member had an eye to the conve niency of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

Tih ?Sydjiey hronicle" is published _twice a week, on l ednesday ad, Saturday; and is elensrively circulaildd throughout NertsSouth;{(ales, :Fa~sDiCmen's Land,;! Sth Australiao nNeweeaand i # Y' = ,t- F, ? - 30th June; 30th September and 31st December; at which'pereds onlw subsacrmber)'s cn decline-receiving, it after paying the amount.due.gAdser:tiser should, mark on e cadv"ertise ment ; nu ndifa;"and inL;an;? Irdatsd?..? The Quaree rs end o, the 31st1 Marck discontnue oraltellcr advertisements must be sentin before' s- o'clock on the etvenings of Tuesday and Friday; but ntewa adverii ent are reqeired til six o'clock othe e',, .e hp . . irin ... . ann?r ie O? ert hel are contnued till couotermded; Ordgrg t - - on t - .-,'. -*....,"--: . ; ¶ publication ; ... instructions must. ,e gi?ee3.in writing, and ala fetters popaid " :' . NOTICE. rJHE SUBSCRIBERS t.. this Paper, .Lgind the Public in general, are respect fully informed, tlet the following rules will in fiuturc be strictly "adi...

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