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Miscellancous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

1'discellancouu 3ztvact¢. -0 NAPOLEON'S REBUnE O PAnrIMoDN. - Even Napoleon, the Great Captain, continued the Duke, did not think it beneath him sometimes to turn his attention to female dress. Several ladies at the court of the Tuileries knew this by sad experience. One day at St. Cloud, 1 heard him say, in a very angry tone, to the wife of a general, "s Madame, when a lady has a husband with an income of 100,000 francs per annum, she may very well afford a new dress every time she has the honour to pay her court to the Empress. Endowments, madame, are favours, I do not owe them ; and when I give them it is with the view that they should help to maintain that luxury without which commerce cannot thrive." Tne poor lady was overwhelmed with confusion; yet it must be admitted that the general shabbiness of her dress fully justified this mark of imperial displeasure.- Recollections of Cualincourt. MEN AND GENTLEMEN, WOMEN AND LADIES. The New Orleans Herald makes the following singular ...

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"THE OBSERVER." "Popery is a robber, and no mistake." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

' THE OBSERVER." " PoperU is a robber, and no mistake." WE have not at all forgotten the Bolus we have promised the Observer, but we have not been able to find room for it, even yet, as it would exclude too much other matter; however, produce it we will, and that soon. Its ingredients are such as have not suffered by keeping for a few days. We beg our readers and the public to believe us, that we deprecate altogether the Observer's style of attack-we are weary -sick of this sort of religious controversy, forced upon us by the genus of writers, who in this age assail Catholicity. In Queen Elizabeth's days, there might have been some excuse for it-some hope of gaining proselytes to one or other of the "Legion" (for they were many) of new rcligions.-In Cromwell's days, when the reign of the Saints was expected soon to commence, and the Millennium to burst upon the longing and ravished eyes of the elect, their vio lent language against the Beast, and the Mlan of Sin ; nay, even the slau...

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ABORIGINAL MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

ABORIGINAL MISSIONS. The projects hitherto set on foot for christian izing and civilizing the aborigines of Aus tralia, by the Reverend Mr. Marsden's Missions-that of the Rev. Mr. Threlkeld, and the German mission at Moreton Bay, late ly relinquished-all have been such signal failures, that it is astonishing that any go vernment, or society, or people, should con tinue to waste money, public or private, on such solemn burlesques as Aboriginal Missions. The fobllowing letter from Wel lington Valley, will exhibit a peep at how the Missionaries are advancing in the con version of the aborigines of that district. How often have we read, in reports to the Church Missionary Society, of " the spread of the gospel amongst the natives"-and the " cagerness of the wandering savage to hear the word of ]ilb"-and the "promise ,of an abundant harvest of souls"-some times the cautious report that " the gos pel advances slowly but surely, or, " in time much good may be effected." " Again, O ! if we ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

"The Mor,ning Chroicle" is published toice a week, on Wednesday and .Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Southk IVales, Van Dlnerns Laud, Sol usrali;Ne Zelnd,ad India; anin colan ran- e Quarers end on the 3 March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amnount due.--Advertiseers should maIrk on each advudrisem nt; ie number of in sertions reguiredn.: otherw ase. they rare continued till countermanded. Orders L: discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are eceived till six o'clock on the evening before publicaton.- instructions mustbe given n writing and all letters p ae paid _ TlurrJ~~~~I~y, a~~~td Salurdo~~~l~~vl ,relu adc~~~~erlise~~at mst b n iel~d sz;oec a ee,;;l:lc·; pjEbi:;r';;;crrsu s: given In wifting, and all letters pot paid. FOIL ADELAIDE DIRECT. 'A Regular Trader. TR...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

-0 t .?p?tp?|stg EtttctU1-t ctcr AIRIlIVAI.S. AsPLt. 23.-From Port Nicholson the 17th, and Poverty B:y the 25th March, the schooner Lady Leigh, 110 tons, Reid, with three tons flax and three tons sperm oil. Passengers-Mr. Iuleoigh, Mr. Butler, and Mr. Murray. 23.-From Boyd T'own, Twofold Bay, the lth instant, the schooner IHarlequin, 7. tons, Counio, with 26 bates wool, and 4 bales hides. 24.-From Part Nicholson the 27th March, a d Queen Charlotte's Sound the 7th April, the schooner Wanderer, 131 tons, Brown, with oil, &e. Pas sengers--Mrs, Phillips, Messrs. Baenuatyno, Asher, Joseph, Fraser, Duvacltelle, Mlscarlanue, Miller, Jones, Roberts, Pearce, and Jones.' 25.-From Port Macquarie, the steamer blIltland, Parsons, with wool, &c, Passengers-lMajor lones, Captain Jobllng, Mr. Doyle, and three in the steerage,

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MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

MsBETINSG Oi CREDITJtiS. Saturday, 27.-1. G. IIughos, 3; P. M. IIosking, 3; B. and S. Cutler, 3; Janet Tem. pleton, ad. 2. Monday, 29 -Robert Cotterell. s. ; Welch and Eldridge, ; George J. Thomson, 2 ; lM. C. M. Clarke, sp. ; Tiutathy Maher, s?. Tuesday, 30. Campbell, Hill, and Co., 3 Archibald Mossman, 3; John Good, ad. 3. May.-Wednesday, 1.-T. M. Perrot, ad. 3. Thursday, 2 -Jaines Gillespie, 2; J. Fearnley and Co., 2. Frilay, 3.-W. II. Sawyer. 2 ; Welch and Eldridge, 2; George Joseph 'lhomsqn, 2. Saturday, 4.-W. Drake, sp. ; Richard Lamb, sp.; Henry Pelerin Dutton, 3. . Monday, 6.- Richard Alexander Wiseman, sp.; Enoch William Rudder, sp. ; Michael Rielly, ad. sp. Tuesday, 7.-John Jones, I. Friday, 10.-George Payne, sp.; at Goulburn Stewart Ryrie, 2. Friday, 17.-William Willmington, sp. Saturday, 18. -William Tucker, sp. ; James Doyle, sp.; John Manning, sp.; Charles Luke Bayley, ep. Monday. 20.-John Jones, 2. Tuesday, 28.-Thomas Manwairing, sp. JuNEa.-Tusday 4.-George Green, sp....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

THE Friends of the late Mrs. Mary Ann   Coss are respectfully informed, that her   Funeral, and that of her infant daughter, will take place at half-past 2 o'clock on Sunday, the 28th instant, instead of Saturday, as, announced in the Herald of Friday ; the Procession will move from the residence of her Father-in-law, Mr. A. Coss, of the Punch Bowl Inn, Gloucester-street, at which place they are respectfully requested to attend. RICHARD HAYES, Undertaker. April 26, 1844. 315, PITT-STREET. '7EDNESDAY FIRST being the day S on which the above premises are to be let by public auction, JONATl'IAN THORP AND CO. beg to call attention to their IMMENSE STOCK OF DRAPERY AND SILK GOODS which they are compelled to clear out at a FAnr.UL SAcnRatcs, either by private sale or public auction. Any person wishing to enter into the Drapery Business will find this the most eligible opportunity that has ever occurred in the colony, as the premises are without a single exception...

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ABSURDITY OF HERALDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

ABSURDITY OF HERALDRY. Of what heraldry has our country to boast? Even the fictitious descents of our oldest noble families are contemptible amongst the Dutch burgomasters, many of whom trace their lineage ,to a more distant date than is pretended to by our most ancient nobi lity, What heraldry can be boasted of by such peers as Lord Sidmouth, Lord Eldon, Lord Kenyon, Lord Brougham, Lord Liverpool, Lord Denman, or Lord Lyndhurst Their caustic titles must have coats of arms of a very short antiquity, and not one of them has a cost of arms of fifty years old, and each coat was bought for money. Lord Eldon has the most pompous coat of arms, perhaps, of any man in England, with two white lions and four lions' heads, and port-cullis, and an anchor. What possible connexion had these to do with Lord Eldon's life, as a crafty, pilfering lawyer, or with his very humble origin as the son of a coal-whipper in one of the coal-pits in the north? One noble lord whom we knew had a father in the oc...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 April 1844

M1ORNING CIHRONICLE. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1814. ir P .lUst and [pnr not : Li.t nil tlhe eill' thou nitnet at be thy country's," 'I h oiul's, sod Irttlh,." S'huk.olwsare. COLONIAL ROADS. THERen has been a good deal of squabbling in the public papers lately, between an old road-maker and some writer of a more modern school. We are not very queru lous, nor fond of carping,; but beyond all question, the state of the roads in the colony, is, for the most part, bad indeed. We have known within no very long pe riod (besides the Rev. Mr. Corcoran, near Sydney), of three or four persons pitched forward on their heads out of gigs, and besides the many whose horses have fallen under them, owing to the badness of the roads. What a state is the Windsor road in ?-that to Campbelltown ?- that to Patricks's Plains from Maitland ? Bnt above all, the old road from Wiseman's ferry to Wollombi, which, though we have not seen, we are informed is in such a dreadful state, as to be only passed at the risk ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

Tite CIEAPEIT CATUOLIC IOBLE Or THE SIR Evai FULISEUD - Sereaotyped, for U. Coyne Nuw publisaiug, io twelve weekly parts, at six pence each. This edition has the appiobation of the Homan Catnuloo Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland ; together with a letter from the Apostle of I saperence; addressed to the various Total 4bstl. ounce aectettues of reland, England, and Scotland. In be had of I'. Jones, London; It. Lynch, Malo. chester; I. Hoover, Liverpool Hi. Alaigey, Glas*. gow; .u. lrehoon, Cork; J. F. O'Gorman, Lunetick(; . nneramao, Kilkenny; 6. Woelan, Waterford. IVeekly Freeman's Journal. The number of editions of the Cotholle Bible, and Testament, printed and sold in England, Ireland, and Scotland, have been so many as to be beyond our power to enumerate: but we never heard of a Ca tholic Bishop or Priest forbidding them, till the Observer told us, except from men like himself. * Deniet it, 32, 08. tydne s Prirted and Publilshtd bM AlUAILL DAIIOY ca rtdge.trect. at the Ulsron(ej...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

Among the duties annexed to our pastoral office, we have always regarded that of nourishing those whom God hath committed to our care wi:h thepare word of divine revelation as pre-eminently and i0 comparably the most important; and accordingly, we have availed ourselves of every facility wh:c.a the zeal of others afforded to communicate this in* estimable food as much as possible to our beloved flock. We now endeavour to add to those facilities. Knowing that there are many who cannot purchase the sacred volume, i: it be not very cheap; and othess who cannot real it if the type be small; it has been our study to provide an edition of the most p-ecious portion of the sacred writings, eu:t.d to the scanty means of the pourer classes of society, and easily legtble to readers of every age. Such, so our estimation, is the New lestament now publishel by Dlr. Robert Ureer. To ensure the coerrectoess of this edition to the utmost of our abtlity, we have imposed on ourselves the task of 'revi...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

- DEPARTURES. AantL.28,-For the Whale Flattery, the barque Jane, Fowler, with whaling gear, &e. 20.FPor Port Phillip, the schooner Martha and Elisabeth,, Devtin, with sundries. Passeeners Mr. Innes, Air. G. It. Caldwell, Mr. W. Webster, and Mr. J. Daplin. The Sarah Ann, Captain Donnstf, had not 'ar. rived at Tahiti when the Sultana left. The' lenm rock, Captain l)aily, was about to sail for Uranie, after which she wo. Id come on to Sydney via New Zsaltand . The schooner Challenger had been pur. chased by the French Government at Tahitl, the American whalers Ohio, thirty-one months out, with 2100 brrels speim, and the Narasgcntaett, twenty one tiiotlths out, wIlh 1G00 sperm, we.e refreshing at 'Tahiti. The schooner krnest was trading amoig the islends, -ana was asiling under Frends eonouts. On the hslt November, ilia French frigate aeine Blanche ,bearinA the flag of the Admiral i)o Petit Thour, and the Uranie, arrived at Tahiti, and on the 7 It lat,ded 250 aohitis, and the sa...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

SyItt p intfttrijignce. -0-= ARI VAT.v. APRrL 27.-From Moreton flay, 8,b April, the schooner William, Freeman, with wool and tallow. 28.-From Tahiti, 16-h Fabrury, and Nsvigato Islands 31st March, the schanner .,7ltana, 120 tons, Scott, with cocoa nut nil, orowrmnt, &e. Passengers -Mrs. Scott and child, Centain Carmichael. Miss Osmond, Captain Hay, and two in the steerage. 28.-From the Whale Fishery, the American ship Leonidas, 231 tons, Nye, twenty-seven and a half months out, with 600 barrels sperm oil. 29.-From Liverpool, 23rd December. and Cape ofGood Hope 12th March. the ship Unired Kingdom, 1267 tons, Teulon, with 360 boanty emigrants, and merchandise. Passengers - Mr. Hudson, Mr. Darby, Mr. Hair, sargoon superintendent, a.d imr. Harper, assistant surgeon; steerage- '.r and Mrs. MClenagen, Mr. Galloway and daughter Messrs. Mason, Caunco, Crooks, Lowe,. and Mrs. Johnstone. 29.-From Port Phillip, 21st instant, the cutter Thomson, 46 tons, Birkenshaw,with i general cargo....

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The following letter of his Holiness Pius the Sixth to the Most Rev. Anthony Martini, Archbishop of Florence, on his translation of the Holy Bible into Italion, shews the benefit which this faithful may reap from their having ths[?]ty Scriptures in the vulgar tongue. POPE PIUS THE SIXTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

The following letter of his Holiness Pius the Sisth to the Mast den. Authony .llarti, Archbishop of Florence, on his traanstucawn of the Holy Bible into Igutian, shows the benefit tohch tas fathful may reap from their having ohs .loly hcrap:nres in the vulgar tongue. POPE YIUS THE SIXTH. Beloved Son, health and apostolic benediction I At a time that a vast number of bad books, which grossly attack the Catholic religion, are circulated even among the unlearned, to the great destruction of souls, you judge exceedingly well, that the faith. ful should be excited to the reading of the holy scriptures; for these are tue most abundant sources whtch ought to be left open to every one, to draw from them purity of m ra!s and of doctrine, to eradicate the errors which are so widely disseminated in those corrupt times. Ithis you have seasonably -lfeeted, as you declare, by publishing the sacred wrttings it the la:guage of your c unotry, suitable to every one's capacity; especially when you she...

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NEWS FROM TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

NEWS FROM TAHITI. Ix the Herald of yesterday there are some letters published, which passed between the new French Governor of Tahiti and the Missionaries, and an account from a private individual of the manner in which the French took possession of the island. We shall give the whole in our next, not having space this day. The Herald in commenting on this pro cedure on the part of France, indulges in some very curious remarks. We are how ever not a little surprised to see that a journal, conducted with so much good sense, and (except on some few topics) so much can dour and temperance of language, should, as to the question of the colonization of Tahiti by the French, launch out into a long tirade against that nation, and even SiriRo. bert Peel. He says, the conduct of the French is, " in defiance of humanity and justice, to take forcible possession of the ina heritance of an independent Sovereign-a Christian Queen"-that "they dragged down her flag to hoist that of the plunderers,"...

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"THE OBSERVER." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

"THE OBSERVElt." TimE monstrous calumny put fbrth in the Observer, that "Popery robs the Christian. of his Bible," could not be allowed to Vi4? 'main unanswered. We strongly recommend to, very imi partial reader, the admirable article in. our: ,supplement and fourth page; from theo Dublin Review, which settles the questions We at first thought of maaking extracts from it, but could not without injustice to. the subject, as well as to the learned man who penned it. It appears long, but will, repay the'trbubly of perusal.

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Insolvency Proceedings. SATURDAY, APRIL 27. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

* tslbtc 1Jrovc~tbugg, --. eSATURtDsy, APItII. 27. PROOF OP CLA$MS. In the estate of .Janios(mug ge a third. meeting;, the qitata of ~. WSaurnuct, £126 13s,'4d. I Ecc~estwq~and liral,.£68, 16s 8d1.; '.,W. Plainer,, j.37 4s 6~d,; the esatec of It. Dawson, '(not ad ro~tted) 470:1. 4E1. ditto, a second clairn, (ad. mnittod), 10 91. ?d,;, J..W. I3ou7D0, £10) 116 61. ; G. Wqtson, £X24 lii. 'I ho .mceling:,alloWed this Insolvent _to retain his furniture and wearing ap. parel. IhJtif 'dbtA~e&6f Pý.M. fluskinig a'third meeting; shadesuJaques £ý i§e.: 11. Day, £0 ls,,I1d; T. Oade'll, £4 16.1 £ F. Mlatthuews, £7 7.1 ; T1. 8. 14; 6d i S. A, l3rya~l%1 £1 12s. id.', It. Dla~r, A;9 Ia. 11d, t M. Fitzpatrick, £3; J. -H. Challis, £600; A. Lenelhan, £12 6a. 74.; ii. Macdermnott, £26 1la; I1. i egan, £2. In the estate of 13. and S. Cutler, i third meeting W. Walker and Co., £76, which claim was not ad. mitted

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ENGLISH AND IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

ENGLISH AND IRISI NEWS. 'l- have. receivod our files,of English and Irish papers,-bill from the great press of matter we have An hands, we are reluc tantly obliged to reserve the late intelligence until our next publication, when we shall supply copious extracts.

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Port Phillip Extracts. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

ý1ovt I1J13Ip ISxtsracye' The very large space occupied by our report of the proceedings at the great Separation Meeting on Tuesday precludes our giving a full report of the proceedings at the nomina lion of candidates for the district, on Tuesday, our readers must, therefore, be contented with a mere outline. William Verner., Commissioner of the Insulvent Court, who had been appointed by the Governor to act in case of thedisqualifica tin of the former Returning Officer, Major St John opened the proceedings at the appointed hour on the piazza in front of the Supreme Court, which had been imailed in for the occasion, by reading the writ, by virtue of which the election was held. James Simpson, Esq., proposed, and Fraquhir M'Crae, Esq., J. P., seconded the nomination of Sir T. Livingtone Mitchell, Knight. N J. F. L. Foster, Esq., proposed, and Wm. Firebrace, Esq . J. P., seconded the nomina. tion of Adolphus William Young, Esq. Samuel Raymond, Esq., J, P., proposed, and Thomas Wills, ...

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THE JEWS OF ANCONA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844

THE JEWS OF ANCONA. : A good deal having boon some tiine back paid about the Jews of Ancona; wai q'i con tradiction, quoted from an English pipe;. eaving boon published in the Ohroniolo, of the alledged persecution of the .JToys by the inquisition, Ilye thought the aott twas put to rest: but a few days back, a worthy and intelligent friend of ours, of the Hebrew persuasion, having handed us what seemed a fresh decree of the inquisition (or perhaps the former re-published) against the Jews, asked us how we could defend our Church from the charge of a persecuting spirit ? We, knowing what spirit she is of, at once told him,that we did not, nor could not be lieve, that any class of men in Italy, (whe ther Jews or others) who conformed to the civil laws of the States there, were troubled by the inquisition in any way. By the last ships, we have received papers, from one of which we extract the following complete confirmation of our opinion, which we feel great pleasure in publishing. IN...

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