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Eccleslastical intelligence. ENTHRONEMENT OF THE CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

&ccu$iMiuil JEnteiligenre. BNTHRONEMENT OF THE CARDINAL- ' ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER, . (From the Catholic Standard. ) ?The ceremony so anxiouslyexpected of the in duction of the Cardinal Archbishop into hi3 see took place yesterday morning at St. George's Cathedral, with all the splendour and effect which the character of the times admitted. His eminence had certified to his clergy a week previously, hts intention to take possession of his see on the 6th December, that day being the feast of his great patron, St. Nicholas, and though tickets of admis won naa iteen ireeiy uiainuiivcu uj me ^i«^.ui the cathedral, and the vast area of the church Was datively crowded, the imposing ceremony passed off without seeming to elicit any feelings hut those of awe and reverence from everyone of the spectators! The priests, to the number of 200, assembled in the presbytery about half-past ten ; the Cardinal ar~ rived at an early hour and celebrated Mas8- fore going the distinction of dri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. I ? ? , ? i i A FEW Copies of the following Books ] j\ are on Sale at the Office of the * mFbb«ma*j's JotiaNAi ' 70. Castlereagh-Btreet. j Doway Bible and Testament lUeye's History of the Bible Missals, Vesperals. and Complines life of Christ, by St. Bonaventwe . ' ^ Ghdlloner's Meditations . . I Millner'a End of . Controver ay . c Poor Man's Catechism ? ] ? Think Well On' t -J Manual of Devotion ... .' ? Strangers' Guide to MaBS , Catholic Child's Prajer Book 1 Andrew Dunn ! The Wanderings of the Human Hind, by Rev. 3. McEncroe j The Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by *B. K. Sconce, B. A., Oxdn I Tlie Rules of the. Confraternity of the Blessed :.'..'' Virgin 1 ' Deyotion3 for the Soul3 in Purgatory i The Practice of the Living Rosary - Bell'9 Dictionary of all Religjon t Cobbett's History of the Reformation i Brittain'a Divinity of Christ I Dr. Uilathbrne's New South Wales Via Cruois the Way of the Cross Gatechism extracted, from the Wriling...

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Ireland. LORD JOHN RUSSALL'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

JhclanU. r.DRD JOHN RUSSALL'S LETTER. .A meeting: of the Limerick Corporation was held to Monday, December 1st, the standing order re quiring a week's notice of a motion having been suspended by a large majority, for the purpose of ?Mowing Town Councillor O'Donnell to bring1 for ward the following resolution on the subject of Lcird John Russell's letter to the Bishop of Dnr jjain : — ' That the insolent and audacious letter of the ii'.nrlwVi Minuter to the BishoD of Durham, is a deliberate und unprovoked insult to the people of Ireland. That we treat with 3Com his threat to re #uact the penal code in these kingdoms ; and that we demand from our representatives a pledge to use -rery effort to drive him from a position which he disgraces.' Mr. O'Donnell addressed t.he assembly at great length, in support of the resolution, and expressed his belief that the whole proceeding on the part of Lord John Russell was adopted for the purpose of breaking up the good feeling which promises to ip...

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ST. JOHN'S, ISLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

ST. JOHN'S, ISLINGTON. There was at this church a solemn Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, granted at the request of some members of the flock, who were anxious for the opportunity of making an act of reparation for the indignities recently offered to the Adorable Mystery of the Holy Eucharist, by the Protestant and Infidel public. The opportunity was joyfully embraced by numbers, and on no former occasion . was the attendance so large or the demeanor of those present so respectful. Ihe altar was beautifully decorated, and the Pleased bacrament was, enthroned after the High Mass, amid a blaze of light. Previously to the enthronement there was a procession, and there was another procession at night; the Blessed Sa crament being carried at the first by the Rev. F, Oakeley and at the second by the Rev. W. Dolan. Ihe glorious 'Pange Lingua' was sung by the choir, and its closing stanzas which were suno- at the altar were joined in by many in the church. Ihe vespers were omitted, and ...

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THE ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

THE ELECTORAL BILL. Since our last article on this Bill the Colonial Secretary, on whom the responsN bilities of its authorship rests, has been heard in explanation of its various pro visions, and we must say that explanation is as unsatisfactory to us, and must be so to the majority of the colonists as the Bill it self. The Colonial Secretary in defending his measure, denies the principle of representa tion based on population alone, but takes population combined with property — so far so good. Although we think it an unneces sary and an irrational conjunction, because in any civilised state, population necessarily implies property, since people cannot live without it, still it is comparatively a harm less error. But we go, as we have before argued, the whole length with the Colonial Secretary when be says, that as much as possib'e the different interests of the colony should be represented. This we take to be the true principle that should have governed this Bill, but while we agr...

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IRELAND—LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

IRELAND— LpRD; JOHN RUSSELL'S ---,. .l^J^^ETTER. .' ? : .. We are told that 'discretion is the best part of va-our}' we may add that it is also the best part of 'politics.' And Lord John Russell must have found out long ere this the baneful effect of his total want of ' discretion ' when inditing his inju dicious and inflammatory Letter to the Bishop of Durham. He has, as Mr. Roe buck justly remarked, ' evoked a wretched snirit nf fnnnf.ip.ism. \rhip.h he will find un fortunately beyond his power to allay.' The Oatho:ics of England have already exhibited a spirit of calm, united, and de termined reso'u'ion not to yield an atom of their legal and just rights, and an unflinch* ing determination to resist by all just and constitutional means the re-enactments of any new 'Penal Law ' affecting themselves, their clergy, or the full and free exercise of their religion. It is true that a bitter and intolerant Prime Minister— such as Lord John — may not heed much the resolution of a minorit...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. '?? ' : It:is necessary that the writers of all communica* tioos should furnish the Editors with1 their real names and address; Although this information1 ;is not required for publication;, it ra requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Freeman's Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. Hieydori, King-street, Messrs. E. atid D. M'Encroe, George-street; Mr. John CArew, corner of George and Goulburn-streets, Mr. P. Walih, Parramatta street, and Mr. Thomas McEncroc; Grocer, Sussex street. Market Wharf. . ' ' '

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MAUNDY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

MAUNDY THURSDAY. It is due to this most holy season of the year to draw the attention of our readers to the services of the Church, before dealing with the ordinary topics of the day. We have entered this morning upon the holiest time of the Holy Week. Many a devout Christian has been preparing, during the last five weeks, for the concentration of _ T 1 iL ^ t» „ „«.*.*« Ivn^f' ?.?fifi-\/»^'i nno vftiinn into nvrtoc HI! lillC UcUL t i5 fjuou auuuuiuug iuliuu uuv w*vug of our Redeemer, which our loving Mother the Church claims from us now ; and to day, when the Institution of the Holy Eucharist has been commemorated, and the ' Maoda tum,' whence the name of ' Maundy/' has been fulfilled,— our Blessed Lord who has been with us, dwelling on our altar, and making His House a place of unspeakable delight, will for ' a little while' be no more seen there. The door of the Tabernacle will be opened, that our senses may witness the Church's desolation and; state of widow hood. The lamps will...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. 17 Th Maundy Thursday, d., first class. 18 F Glood Friday, d.^ first class, i ? 19 -Sis* : Holy Saturday, d. first class. 2f- S Easter Day, d. first closst 21 M Of the Octave, d.^ first class. 22 T Of the Octave, d., first class, 23 W Of the Octave, s.rf;' ' 24 Th . Of the Octave, s.a\ 25 F Of the Octave, s.dl. 26 Sat Of the Octave, s.d. 27 S Low Sunday*, first class, d. m. 28 M S. Mark, Evan, from 25 eh, d., second elms, O. S. B., S, Robert, ab. d. 29 T S.. Peter, Martyr, d. 30 W S. Catherine of Sienna, v.d. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1851. ' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas in Omnibus Gharitas.'

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THE ANGLICAN SCHOOL AND THE ANTI-CATHOLIC AGITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

THE ANGLICAN SCHOOL AND THE: . ANTI-CATHOLIC AGITATION. : (Worn the. Tablei.) During the progress of the great agita-; tion which is now spreading itself over JJhe; whole of England, one class of persons only seems to preserve its usual equanimity. It is not often that we can speak well of their proceedings, and we are, therefore, not sorry to find that we can do Bosalva fide. While me muuiittnous Heresies wuu wuiui tue auii ig cursed, and with which it so luxuriantly .teems, send forth their representatives to in sult the Pope, and to suggest physical' in* juries to his subjects,, the high Anglican party preserves its habitual self respect, and, refuses to mins^S-with the miscellaneous mob which is shouting.in the. streets of the city. These gentlemen have not been with out strong temptations, but they have hither i-u reoisbcu nic 111, twiu wmi unuci vcijr ij.jwg. conditions. It is certainly a remarkable and ^ s creditable fact in their favour, and as a moral phenomenon ia also not...

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LETTER OF CHARLES WATERTON, ESQ. TO THE STATE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

LETTER OF CHARLES WATERTON, ESQ. TO THB STATE CHDRCH. ' Quid nt noverca me tueris, aut uti petita ferro belluaP' Unfeeling Stepmother — Thou t-rt a indeed a bad one. Say, what really incites thee to conjure up such multitudes of thy best — against us unoffending Catholics, who love our country, and would die in its defence ? The day of thy divorce from State is just upon its dawn. Three hundred years of rioting amidst the dainties of thy neighbour's storehouse have made thee vain and reckless. Guarded as thou art by the law and by the bayonet, one would suppose that common sense alone would urge thee to keep quiet at a time when the title to thy enormous wealth is seriously called in question by millions of Britons who reject ihy spurious maternity. But no. Ever bent on mischief, at pre» sent thou canst think of nothing but war and agitation, although the Prime Minister him self has warned thee of disorder and rebel lion in thy own camp. Wilt thou call a Synod to root out exist ing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Collector and Agents in Sydney for the ' Freeman's Journal' will give receipts for all monies paid on account of this paper, signed by Mr. James^Cos6rove, the Pub lisher. No other receipts will be acknow ledged. Country Agents are requested to demand a settlement of the sums due by Subscribers in their respective localities. Several arc now owing- — one, two, and eyeii three quarters' subscription— contrary to the ex press terms of publication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

GUTTA, PERCHA CLOTHING.. Ex Lady Sale and Regina. TTk AVID JONES AND7 COMPANY t \J have received a farther supply of the; abeve» including the fpllowinff— viz, :?— Childrsn's Ladies?, and Geptlemen^s Goloshes CoajU and .Capes ? Ditto. wi(h. sleeves .... ' Leggings, Hats Nursing Aprons. . Sponge Bags Air Beds and^Cushjons - ' ....'. ?'. ? ? life Preservers and Safety Belts ; &c., ,. &c. ; / ; ; '?/ :.-?- George and Barrack streets. ??''? FRENCH SFLK DAMASKS AND: TABARETTES. ASUPERBaad varied lot of the above iusfc opened. DAVID JONES AND COMPANY. George and Barrack streets, RICH FRENCH AND PAISLEY LONG AND ' SQUARE SHAWLS. Ex lady Sale and Regina. F|PHE above lot of Shawls are unquestion X- ab!y a' once l^e richest and most varied-parcel of shaikh' ever shown in the colony, and must be seen. to be appreciated. , .'.', DAVID JONES AND COMPANY. George and Barrack 9treets, RICH PRINTED ELANNELS. Ex Lady Sale. A SMALL Parcel of the above, to which the especial attention o...

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A LETTER TO LORD TENDERDEN, LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF ENGLAND. April 6th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

A LETTER TO LORD TENDERDEN, LORD CHIEF JOJSTICE OF ENG LAND. April 6th, 1829. My Lord,t-I have read the report of your lordship's speech made on --'the 4th instant, on the second reading of the Catholic Bill ; and there is one passage of it on which I think; it my duty thus publicly to remark. The passage to which I allude relates to fche '. character' of the ' Law- established Church,' and also to the probable fats t) at will, in consequence of this bill3 attend her in Ireland.'* Now, with very sincere respect for your lordship, I do think it my duty to the peo ple of this country,, to show that the charac ter which you have given to the Church of England as by ' law' established, is not cor rect ; to show that she is not, and never has been ' tolerant in matters of religion ;' and is not,, and never has been ?? favorable to civil liberty.' In short* with most sincere respect for your lbrdshipj. with greater respect for you than 1 have ever had for any public functionary in England...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.   April 10.-^Deucalion, U.S. ship, 513 tons, Cap tain Homer, from San .Francisco the 15th February; April 10. — Louis and Miriam, brig, 127 tons, Captain Pilfold, from Wellington the 28th March. April 11. — Proteus, barque, 254 tons, Captain Elliott, from the South Sea Fisheries. April 13. — Black Dog, schooner, 141 tons, Cap tain Garrick, from Fort ltoss, Auckland Isles, 26th March. April 14. — Caldew, barque, 300 ton's, Cp tain Snow, for Tulcnhanha and Valparaiso. ' ..?1|UU 1J.— ? lUlUi^d, TTllctllUg LMll(Ue, OIHt I.UI1S, Captain Debhey, from the South Sea Fisheries. April 15.— William Alfred, schooner, 118 tons, Captain Tinley, from Wellington the 1st inst. j April 1/5. — T3art, brig, 154 tons, Captain Collins, ' 'from Melbourne the 5th inst. , DKP\KTUR.ES. April 12. — Moa, brig, 236 tons, Captain Norn's, for Auckland. April 12. — Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Bowden, for Auckland. ! April 12. — Margaret, brig, 186 tons, Captain M'L...

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HAVE MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

HAVE MERCY. (From the Liverpool Journal.) The people of England are excited iafo fury at an imaginary division of EnglaDti into Catholic Dioceses, supposed adverse to Protestantism, and in their excitement lurks a positive danger to Christianity itself. O?er Innkincr altogether the easy theology of illi terate, though well dressed laymen, and ati miring, as we are bound to do, the critieal industry of pious divines, we must ask what haa their learning accomplished when they have proved that the Church of Rome is not only very inferior to the Church of Eng land, but the enemy of man,— being an in cubus on social progress? Why, coma people may think they have proved that Christianity has failed in its mission,— that it has not fulfilled its essential promises,— that at. this, moment, after a probation «f 1850 years, Christianity has only compara tively a few true and pure worshipper?,— and this would be blasphemy. In thecivilised world th re are 2.00,000^09 Roman Catholics, and only 6...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. JUDGES. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

OltLGlNAL' COKiiESPONDENOJi. -, ' ' ?????'?':- 'll= ?' JUDGES. '? ' ''?' (To the Editors of the Freejnan's Journal.) ? -. Gentlemick,— Having in the exercise oi yo»r,«» cretioii, given, me '^the satisfaction to witness -tha my observations, relative to the conduct of Judge* and Juries; in'the administration of Criminal Law. Lad' so faV your^approvaV that my letter o» that. subject was inserted in your columns, lean almost claim it as a right, to be allowed to occupy a ''brief space,' in'defencs of those views, which have been'? ?though ^indirectly, yet rudely assailed, by one of four of ,-yoiiy contemporary Sydney journals desig uating itself The People's Advocate.. The article which thus occasions my appeal to your justiceand judgment is' headed ' Libel Case.' It probably has never been read or even been seen by you. It is still more likely; that if it has, ;, you would not tleem it worthy of notice, ! Jts bare-face object is to vindicate, or at least excuse^ Dr. 'Lang's outrageous...

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THURSDAY. BUSINESS OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

* ??. THURSDAY. BUSINESS OF THE SESSION. Mr. Murray proposed that after the Easter holi days the House sit from day to day till the business was disposed of. The Coloniat. Secretary and some other mem bers spoke against the motion, which on division was negatived by a majority of 13. . ? fiATTLE ASB SLAUGHTERING BILL. This Bill was read a second time and committed. All the clauses however were postponed to be recon sidered on Wednesday. . 1 NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTORAL IUI.i;. ' The House went into Cormriitte on this' Bill. After considerable discussion, in which most of the arguments used in the debate were repeated, the clause allotting three members to Sydney was ean ied. ' . For the Clause ........ 17 Against it. ? ... 12 Mr. Nichols' proposition' to give two members to the -Sydney hamlets- was rejected by a majority of 17 to II — the difference being carried by the re tirement of Major Mercer. 1 On the motion of Mr. Donaldson an amend ment givii:g two members to the county of Durh...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. POST OFFICE PEI'ARTMENT. Mr. Donaldson moved an address to the Govern nor, praying for the Report of the Commission c-» the Post Oiface Department. Mr. Wentwokth seconded the motion. The Colonial Secretary could not assent to t);e motion, as it was contrary to all precedent to k»v before the Legislature papers connnected wit m subjects pending with the Executive Council. Mr. Nichols said the papers ought to be laid -;«»? the tablets remove suspicions affecting the charac ter of the officers. \ The Colonial Treasurer was not aware of six k suspicions. The Report in question cast no imp. - tations. Messrs. Lamb, WentwortH, and Murray, sup ported the motion. The Attorney-General expressed hi* snrpriar that the ton. members were not satisfied with wi ;.i the Colonial Secretary had stated. Messrs. Bowman, Byrnes, and M'Intyre, sup ported the motion, which, after some further j r-- „ marks from Mr. Donaldson, and the Colonial Secre tary, was put, and carrie...

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