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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. ON THE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN MIND.—No. 9. "In necessariis unitas, in dubiislibertas, in omnibus charitas." [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

To the Editor of the Auslralasian Chronicle. ON THE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN MLIND.-No. 9. ",n necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus charites." Sam,-This remarkable and comprehensive sen tence of St. Augustin represents the conduct of the pastors of the Chureh of Christ in its true light. With reference to the various shades of Teligsous error, which from time to time endeavoured to over shadow the brilliant orb of revealed truth, the Church insisted on unity in things clearly revealed ; gave liberty its range on doubted points, and em braced all under the mantle of charity. When any member of the Christian fold broached an error on any point of faith handed down from the Apostles, he was immediately admonished and commanded to renounce and retract his error; if he remained ob stinate, he was denounced and 'cut off from the communion of the faithful; " In necessariis unitas." If agquestion arose regarding discipline, or a point of belief, not universally received, and no...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

LAID ON, But lime of aailing not yjetf?ed. Elxza Praneces, for South Seas, Captaid rLIsteo agent. . Prince, Regent, for London, to load at Newcastle, Scutt, of Newcastlo, and' 3agster, of Sydney,l agonta-not areoarrived.?: Lady Macnaughtien. for Ldndon;nR. Duke & Co. F. Mitchell,.and.Campbell and Co. agont: Trust,,*ship, for London, Gore & Co. agents. Argyle, barquo tfor Londdi, HIghos mid H1osking, agents. . '.. Georglana, for Liverpool, A.iB. Snilth agent. Alfred, for.Loudon, W. WValker?& CQ;oagonts.,, Orient, 5artquo, -fr Lbndyon', Mountloro & Co. 'egeute. Samuelbarique; ot" London; Dunlo?i'& C6, agn?tii William, barque, forNow Z.h laud, Street, agentiU .Tulict,.bar?;o,. for London, Lnamb &,CoI ge(htI,: Ausitrallaii Packet, for Port' Phillip, ,Cooper atld SHoilt agehts., " Kate, schooner, for Now Zealand,'. A Saunders agent. ... - .lfnnear, ehipý-for London,-Botts, agent;. Maria, for; London, I Sinmons,: agent : i Dritannla, barque,...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Eo Eaoruoeponbmtto. O' As this Journal is tvidely circdlated in England,l reland, and Scotland, and is sent regn. larly to several Members of Parliament, it is an eligible mediumfor. the discussion of such Colonial questions,.?as.it is desirable should be well under stood at home. ?r All communications to be addressed to the Editor, at the CCHRONICLE Of5ice, 67, Pitt-street, Sydney.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

.PROSKCTED DEPARTURES. The Dryade, for.Guaap, the brig-.Cristina, for Port Phillip, the brig Skerne, for ewoastle, this day; the Thomas King, for Calcutta, the barque Shepherdess, for Boston,. the Medway, for London, the Charlotte, for Batavia, the brig Nimrod, for the Bay of.Islands, to-morrow; the Achilles, for New Zealand, 17th instant.; the brig Governor Phillips, 18th instant.

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MISCELLANEA. TABLE OF DISTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

MISCELLANEA. TABLE OF DISTANCES. To Nicholson's Harbour, Cook'sStraits: Miles. Days. Frdm Engla?tid.....'.. ....... 18,200 110? - S South Australia.......... 2,450 .15 P, Port Phillip ............ 1,700 , 12 Launceston........ ....... 1,600 , 11 - Hobart Tot?n. .......... 1,690 11 - Sydaey ...:............. .1,850 10 T2o England: Froim Nicholson's Harbour....... 14,006 100 - Sydney................... 15350 110 - Launcesitor.....'........ 15;600 1i12 - South 'Australia.:;....... 17,450 116 Fron.iNiholson's Barbour : To New Caledoia:.. ........ 1,500 10 - . Frioiidly Islaids.......... '1;500 10 - New Guinea..'. ;........ 2,700 18 . Sandwich Islands ........ 4,000 35. - Java.. .................... 4,200 35 - J a?an ..........., ..... 4,800 50 - 'Canton .................. 5,000 40 - Isle of France .......... 0,000 50 - Malras ;................. 6,.300'; 60 - Mexico................ 5.600 60 - Limia ................ 5,800 50 - Valliaraniso . ....... 5,800 50 - Cape Horn.'.;... ........ 6,...

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News and Rumours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

N.ans anub Itumouru oe t e iag. The Van Diemen's Land Company have purchased 8,000 sheep at Port Phillip, for the sum of £12,000.-The harbour of Port Jack son contains about a hundred vessels of various sizes, exclusive of the Musqnito fleet, a greater number than it has ever yet done.-A young gentleman swimming in the harbour near Gar den Island, on Tuesday last, had a narrow escape from a shark that pursued him to the boat from which he dived, and which fortu nately was clohise to the spot.--The passengers of.thle John Bull, which arrived at Melbourne some time since, are said to have brought a crapital of £30,000 into that colony.-The iBencoolen has brought one entire Draught Horse for Mr. C. IlRberts, two were shipped in London, one of which died on the passage. -The Crescent, which arrived from Dublin. on Tuesday last, has brought out 235 govern ment emigrants, all of whom-are in perfect health.-There has been two births and two deathis during the passage.-The barque Linda says...

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West Indies. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

WE haves been favoured .with a file of West India Jouirnals," from wltioli ,we shall make some extracts.--The follo-? ,ing is from. a private, letter, dated . STrinidbd,Aunguast;9,1838?.'. "'VWq:|have had a time of considerable ex citdinent here of late.--Mipy croakers of thle oldd sci'uol predicted' that not tho'igshead of sugar out01 be raised after the emancipation, that the West Indies would be ruined, &o. The transition from slavery to freedom could not.be expected to t ke. place,witou t,some tiryret)n ,rity.tin wor.in'g;,.but?ho.iquntity .fiasugar. I&c.hilpped.up.to.the.81st.July.l11389; is. not greatly: defiolent,. when compared to.i 088.p?and thieodefcliency, would beestill lIese but:for tihe fact that merchants, nut anticipating that so large a 'crisp could be made under the free labour system, did'not send go many shlps tli!a 'yedr as formerly,: nid theroes :a quantity?of sugar and other proditcestored :in tbwn;"fur 'wait of, shipping" to 'tak'` lt ioii'e.....

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Maria Monk. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

j atvta Litontt. An attempt is made in-the Sydney Gazette of Sa. turday to revive the odious imposture of this wretched woman, (whose name ought for ever to make Protestants blush) by re.publishing an ex. tract, which appeared in the same Gazeltte, word for word, si· months ago; and* to which we then replied as follows. We have nothing now to add to our seply.,but that the reviving of this notorious impostrle, slhicht the wretch has herself confessed must prove to every one that the Gavelle does not frabicatelles simply from atopidity, but with the intention of deceiving the ignorant, and perpet uating a forgery ;- PopeRn IN CANADA.-An article under this title appeared in one of the Sydney Papers of last week. The Editor asserts, on the testimony of a notoriously infuramous woman, named Monk, who has spent a great part of her life, in thile bro thels and in the Magdalen Hospital of Montreal, " that tile Hotel Dieu Nunnery," (a commu nity of most pious and charitable ladies in that c...

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Smart Work. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Sntart i~ilorkt. To the Editor of lte Australasian Chronicle. Smi,-The New Proxy Bank find the Darvel Shareholders give so much trouble in their transfers, that one shilling per Share is charged, or a discount of 5 per cent.; here is monopoly, or illiberality, such as cannot be found in the whole history of Banking, without the assent of the proprietors at large. I should suppose some usurer is at the bottom of this scheme. Yours, &c. SCRUTINEER. February 13, 1840.

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Editorial Jealousy. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

?:bitoriat ,$calouog. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Min. Ersiol,-I observe, that in several recent numbers of the Herald, hints are thrown out that certain conductors of papers in the colony are in the habit of "boring people' for patronage. I suppose that the Herald is now sufficiently established to do without this, but the " conductors" of that worth less print should never forget what you, M?r. Editor, cannot have known, that on the first establishment of the Herald, not only respectable people, (the writer of this among the rest) but also actual con victs were perpetually " bored" with that paper, it being sent to, and, in a manner, forced down the throats of all and every person whom thie " conduc tors" thought capable of paying for it, either ho neatly or otherwise. I am, SIIt, a haterof mean Jealousy and AN OLD COLONIST. (We insert the above (by particular desire) but we see no reason why the Herald should not be allowed to " puff" and cry "no connezion with n...

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Illawarra. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Illalnarra. A fortnight back, and Illawarra looked dreary and dull. It was impossible to go out, owing to the almost continual showers which were blessing the district, while they kept man within his door, unwil ling, as it were, to let him gaze upon the works of Nature's pencil while in progress and unfinished; but now the sky is clear, the screen is removed, and Illawarra is a gay and perfect picture. Our moun tains are at this moment unusually green and rich; our meadows are studded with flowers and herbs, that literally perfume the air around; our gardens are tteming with a prodigious abundance of fruit and our maize crops surpass in healthiness and quantity any thing ever before known even in the llawarra itself. 'I his is the season to visit illawarra to advantage. It is delightful-it is enchanting to ride through the varied scenery of this favoured dis trict. It is no wonder land should be dear in illa warra. Yet it is wonderful indeed to behold the rapidity with which land h...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Shipping Intelligence. THE DRUMMORE.-On the 11th of December, the Drummore met with a heavy, squall in 29° E. long, and 38° S. lat., and lost her main and mizen masts; had been in company with the Martia, American whaler,Captain Mosher, for some hours; fired a signal of distress; the whaler came up and remained with the Dummore for four days, while she refitted. Spoke no Sydney ships, save the Meanwell, already arrived. Spoke the Zenobia, from London to Calcutta, twice, and the Richard Bell, from South Shields, also to Calcutta The Anne and Elise, Dutch ship, passed within speak ing distance of the Drummore, bound to Batavia, but did not offer any assistance, although the Drum more was in evident distress, but made more sail immediately. The following vessels were spoken by the Cre scent: the Young Queen, from Sydney to London, via Batavia, in lat. 3° 30' N. long. 22 o west, out from the Cape 23 days; December 23, Elizabeth MIoore, from Sydney to London, out 88 days, in lat. 20.0 30...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

E1VGLISH EXTRACTS. SECONDARY PUNISHMEN-T. - That nine-tenths of all the offences whereof the law of society takes cognizance are the offspring of want and misery, is a result which, rightly understood, should be matter of consolation to those who are anxious for the suppression of crime, because want and misery are causes which, unlike the bad passions of our nature, can be directly mitigated by the civil power. It will cost some trouble and some money, but it may be effectually done in such wise, that it will repay the money and the trouble a hundred fold, and to accomplish this, is a primary and im perative obligation of the state. At first sight it may seem consistent enough with justice to imprison or transport, in the quickest and cheapest way, those who either forcibly or clandestinely commit depredations upon their neighbours. .But a little reflection may modify this conclu sion. If the poor have duties to society, society has duties to the poor; or, as Mr. Under Secretary Dr...

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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

The following comn'hnication' has'becn forwarded to us by Captai Roberton, of the. New Zealander:z--: - " , As many respectable families and indi viduals have emigrated: to South Australia with ili vidw' of agrioulturail Iursuits, and have been deterred from carrying their intentions into eftootin consequonce of the poriodicaldroughts, hot wii~&;, and ligh .price of lab?ir, which, cobiiied with, other, causes, render. it improbable that their outlay of capital and ýefforts would meet with suflicient remuiiration; it may not be. amiss to inforn)tt, be that they may in New Zealand find a safe, prosperous; and. happy retreat. Without entering, into a.minuto detail of the superior advantages of the'country, it would be necessary only'! to advert: to a few facts.tlhat we have'experienceddluring the short uti we have been here, which is only about ten weeks. We were much'pleased' hen entering the Bay of Islands, tobsce the lills covered with verdure totheir. very ;summits, the bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

For Paterson's River.. TAIHE " MAITLAND" Steam-pkcket, will leave Sfor the Paterson's River, via Morpeth, on FRIDAY, the 21st Instant, at 7 o'Clock, Evening. General Steam Navigation Company's Wharf, 12th February, 1840. j 1057 Important to Grocers, Provision Dealers, W|ine and .Spirit Metchants, and Others. , , 7-e Susttraltata Auction Company Will submit for unreserved competition, THIS DAY, next, the 14th February, at 11 o'Clock, at the 1Mart in George-street, F'TIFTY Tons Liverpool Salt . 20 Ditto Rock ditto 60 Hhds Cecilian Red Wine A few Pipes and quarter-casks Tarragona Wine 7j Chests Chinsurah Cigars 15 Hhds Ind and Smith's Ale 8 Cases Hock 4 dozen each Ditto Port 6 ditto ditto Ditto Sherry 6 ditto ditto 200 Boxes Window Glass, 20 x 16 22 x 16 24 x 16 24:x-18 20 x 14 18 x 14 18 x 12 16 x12 30 x 20 30 x24 11 x 9 12 x 9 14x10 9x7 22x14 8x7 6x6 6x,4 300 York Hams 40 Muskets 40 Cutlasses 40 Boarding Pikes. 'I'erma at Sale, 1036 Brazil Tobacco, Dairy and Rock Salt, and Water Cask...

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The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

~.rSydneySr 'UESDA'Y, FEBRUARY 14, IS40. "A MEETING of the-Patriotic Associa tion was held .yesterday at the Royal Hotel, according to announcement, but owing to a misunderstanding respecting the hour df meeting.(for.which we regret, it is said, .our typography is answerable), it was not sonaumerous as-it wouldether wise have been: In the course of business, an abile .and lengthy commanication I.from Charles Buller, Esq., M. P., was read, wherein that:gentleman frankly acknowledges he had been misled as to the state of the colony, and the system of -representation calculated for.it, and expresses his deter mination to use-his best exertions to carry out the intentions of the Association. A discussion took place as to .the-propriety of publishing the 'letter -of Mr. Buller, which was-opposed by-several gentlemen, on the ground that it would be furnishing information to the colonial Tories, and some strictures were 'made upon the information-given, and the calls for more mhade ini'the...

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Sketches in Sydney. No. VII. SYDNEY STREETS BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Sketches in Sydney. No. 'VI. SYDNEY STREETS BY NIGHT. To a " thorough-bred Cockney," .or to the inha bitant of a large commercial town in England, Syd ney streets by night present a most lachrymose exhibition. lfere and there the faint glimmer of an ill-trimmed lamp may mark .the turn of road, but nothing more, for with-the exception of one or two aristocratic lamps in front of the doors of the elite of the slwpocrary, the whole confraternity of lumi naries would scarcely equal the solitary glim of a blind alley in St. Giles's. Let any one, who doubts the fact, pad the hoof in the neighbourhood of the lower parts of George-street: after bouncing down into some half-thousand unexpected hollows, jarring every joint at every step, and running a tilt at every post and rail, and he will readily acknowledge the fact. When, however, pale Cythia trims the silver lamp of heaven a "meet me by moonlight alone" is both pleasant and novel. Numbers of interesting juieniles, with the " eternal cig...

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LOCAL. Abstract of Sales by Auction, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

LOCAL. Ebstract at sales b Euctioon, THIS DAY. TIlE AUSTRALIAN AUCTION COMPANY, at the Mart, at Eleven, Salt, Wine, Ales, Glass, Hams, &c.-at Noon, at their Paddock, George street, corner of Hunter.street, Horses and Cattle, &c. Mfr. S. LYONS, at his temporary Rooms, four hundred and ninety.six head orf attle, compris. ing Cows, Heifers, Bullocks, Steers, and Bulls; the barque Lindsays, 272 tons, with all her equipments; Tobacco, Salt, Sugar, and Wine; also, the Cutter Ariol. TO-MORROW. Mr. S. LYONS, at his Rooms, Lower George. street, at Eleven o'Clock, superior Clothing, Oil Cloth, Table Covers, and Merchandise, also, Shares in the Bank and Assurance Companies, and Pig Iron.-at the same time and place, the Schooner Jess. THE AUSTRALIAN AUCTION COMPANY, at the Mart, Ale Measures, Cutlery, China, Grates, Ironmongery, &c. ON MONDAY. THE AUSTRALIAN AUCTION COMPANY, at the Waterloo Stores, at Eleven precisely, 100 Iloghsheads Porter, Wines, Gin, Salt, Sugar. ca?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

AGENTS r-Bunll adoro, Mt. Ihn Dtior'; Borjma, Mr. M. Doyle " Braidwood, Mr. P, Gotlding, Puoamasltor; Brisbano :Water,,Mr. ?Toumans Hlumphrboys; Bathurst, Mir. Riclhard Jones; Canpbell Town, ir, Burlecy,; Goulbourn, Mr. Joseph Bull; Hobart Town, Mr. Philip Smith; Liverpool, Mr.. William mrltlitrd;'L.aunceaton, Mr. TW?, .' dwll; Ma.tland,,r. Deel. n : tri?k.a Plains Dr. Thoinas'Cillu;a Paterson, r. Dav lIrowaro, Bosh Inn; Port Vhilip, lr. Kelsh; Parramatta, Mr Fitzsimmons; Inn-keeper; lenrith, Mr. Purcell, Qucrnbeys anHd Manaroo, Mr ;Thoma Shanhan Wollong ng,. r. ,Edivard Elliott; VWindus6r aaudA IiclimondMr. E. Cody.; Y.ass,, Er. Edward Walsh.-Published in the United Kingdom by Mr. Joihes, 3, Patornoster Ruw, Lmudon; Mr.'W. J. Battersby, 5, Essex Bridge, Parliament.street, Dublin; Mrs. Stain, 9, UnionPlace, Edinburgh; and Mr. D. Kennedy,Glagot". ·"" ?'T ?, Kilso "? -"r Joos 03 Palr--te -U\P ":.do'; -irU. JB, .?. ...... .3lj i'rir;.tstot ptin:i;s~s`i;t v~~n " i- .... rhh-~',-Kne~ii-~...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 February 1840

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. January 11.-From Dublin, whence she sailed the 15th October, the ship Crescent, 574 tons, Captain Goldie, with 235 Government Emigrants, under the superintendence of J. Fitchell, Esquire, Surgeon, R. N. 12.-From London, whence she sailed the 30th September, the barque Lord Eldon, 337 tons, Capt. Worsell, with merchandize. Passengers-Mrs. and Mrs. D. Chambers, two Misses Chambers, Miss Donovan, Messrs. Bailey, Mangin, Echlin. Sep pings, and Wright, irse.. and two Misses Pearce, Samuel Bahks, Cathbiine Mullin, and Mary John son. 12.--From Liverpool, whence she sailed the 13th September, the barque Drummore, 296 tons, Capt. Syhlne, with merchandize. Passengers-Mesels. John and Julius Perry, Broadwood, and Iteynard. 12.-From the Mauritius, whence she sailed the' 26th December, the barque Westbrook, 265 tons,i Captain Liunington, with sugar, &c. Passenogers-. Lieutenant and Mrs. Forrest, Monsieur Touset, and Mesdames Superjees and lteyon. 12.-From...

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