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Domestic Intelligence. ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

momettic fcmiUgence. ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. We have been requested to publish the following documents :— ? Committee Rooms of the New South Wales Associatian for Preventing the Revival of Transportation, Sydney, April 10th, 1851, Siry-As Chairman of the New South Wales As sociation for Preventing the Revival of Transporta tion, I do myself the honour to forward, for trans mission to his Excellency the Governor, a petition from the inhabitants of the Australian colonies of New South Wales, Victoria, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, and New Zealand, to the Queen's most excellent Majesty ; and I haye to convey, through you, the request of the- Association, that his Excellency will be pleased to forward the same to the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, for presentation to her Majesty. I enclose printed copies of the petition, from which his Excellency will perceive, that it is the appeal and remonstrance of the united colonies of Australasia against the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

* If onr recollection is. right, these remarks of Bacon .ire the test on which Mr. Heath's comments formed the basis of his report to the famous 'Trans- pwtatio.n Committee,' of which Sir W. Molesworth was Chairman, and ' which counted amongst its members, the present Premier, Lord J.JRussell and the present secretary for the colonies, Earl Grey (then Lord Mow'ick) Sir K. Peel, Mr. C. Buller (now both lamentably no more) and other distin guished members of the House of Commons.

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Erriand LETTER 0F HlS GRACE THE LORD) PRLMATE TO THE CLERGY OF THE ARCH DIOCESE OF ARMAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

9X$$ S trcliiftlji/' @ ft 1 idETTER O^HIS/GRACE TfiESLOBI) PRI ?! MATE TO,;;^ri,R CLERGY;ii)Eiri'H#-AR/Ii{l r^BIOCESE OF ARMAGll. ^'' ? ^ ^'«* K-. [W.e,-have had theJioriour to receive 7i/first,.pjjr-of^ £o'f this^imuortant,, document ; .,-bi'it,,?unlortiinat]eiyi- too:;iate.''fori]iis--fully to avail onrselves^fr-'it iu'(t!)is edition:' r,The subjoined p'as'siige, however, will' be read with profound interest, as the solemn inter pretation given by the illustrious Primate to tha_; decrees of a Council which one would have thought nothing but wilful obstinacy could have misunder stood.— Eo; Tablet. ...... ? ?- « '? The question of the Colleges was referred to (the, Pope, in order that, as Guardian of the Faith 'arid Supreme Pastor of the Church, he might de cicle-whether our Faith was menaced- with danger, or, not, and,, at the, same time, remove every peca- j siori for discord and schism. ' / , ?13iit you will ask, in what spirit were the deci sions of the Holy See sought for ? Was...

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THE EXTENT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

THE EXTENT .OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. With its usual civil inconsistency, the Sydney Morning Herald, omitting no covert opportunity of insulting the Catholic portion of our community by slanderous misrepre sentations of their religion, inserted last week an absurd letter signed '? Goodness , Gracious/' of which the object appeared to be, so far as. the writer's intention was qon oerued, a cavil against the right of the Ca tliolic Church to the title of Catholic. We do not wonder at the soreness of Pro testantism on this point. Catholicity is so bright and attractive a note of the true Church, and written, moreover, on the face of the New Testament so obviously, even to readers who treat it as they might any pro fane book with grammar and lexicon only; that it has always been, and always will be, an object of envy to separatists. Never can they read the Bible thoroughly, if it be but as a piece of literature, never can they re «Ue the A posies' creed without hoping and wishing to claim...

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MR. JOHN O'CONNELL AND AMBROSE LISLE PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

MR. JOHN. O'CONNELL AND .AMBROSE - ' -? LISLE PHILLIPS. - :,-?.? t (From the Dublin Freeman's Jou nal.) / . The following correspondence has passed between the a^ove-rianied gentlemen:— ' ; ? : v ? ,; ;' ? '? ?' Grace Dieu Manor, near Ashby de la Zouche, ;/ i -?-;--.- , -M i. Leicestershire, Nov.,: 1850. \ '????? ' Dkar Silt,— I owe you many apologies for the H erty I am taking in thus address ing'you, with out any previous pernonal acquaintance j' but I feel confident that your kindness will pardon my free-' (lorn. I have directed iny 'bookseller, Mr. D'ohnan, to fVtrwardv.to,you a copy of the letter 1 l\ave just pubh'shed On the re-establishmont of our English hierarchy. May I request you to accept it as a : ? ? ? ^ZZ^^»»w little mark of the deep gratitude that I fee[ t0 v..,u. , self and to the memory of your late' iliustm father, ' for the nobb services to the 'C-.t' V ca use, which as long as the church -Khali end' ',! ? will bind-up the na.me.ofO1 Conn ell with her 0 1 ' ' L.e...

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THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER MUMMERIES." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER 'MUMMERIES.' The recent doings in England consequent on Lord John Russell's Letter, have not added much to the ' Prestige' which usually surx rounds the name of England in the eyes of foreign Nations. Honest John Bull seems literally to have lost a large share of that common sense for which he is distinguished in his ordinary business pursuits. That calm and calculating foresight remarkable in the generality of Englishmen appears, to have taken flight for a. season, and left the English mir.d completely bewildered and buffeting the frothy billows of bigotry and rampant fanaticism. How all this may end is beyond our ken or conjecture. It has already given ample subject to the satirical and jealous conductors of the French press whereon to exercise their wit and ridicule towards their neighbours at the other side of the British Channel. Thus the Consii Uitionnel, an influential Parisian paper, never known' to be an advocate of the Catholic Church, irronically say...

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PUBLIC MEETING"AT LIMERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

' PUBLIC .MEETING' AT LIMERICK. The Rev. Mr. BiiAHAN, P.L\, ' St.' Mary's, came forward, and was received with prolonged cheering-. jje said— My friends, my dispositions are averse to iaturfering with discussions of an exciting nature. I feel that in the discharge of my sacred duties I have scope afforded me in advancing the cause of 'nji'joioii and liumanity, and which enables me to 'dispense- with subjects of an exciting character. However, 1 feel that as a Clergyman I am perfectly in place in appearing at this meeting to protest against the insolent attacks made on the religion of Catholic Ireland, and assist, by every means in my power, to avert tne tnreatening evils wdicii the re enactment of the penal code would be sure to entail. (.Cheers.) I appear here as the advocate of civil and religious liberty. Though the question appears to be one of interest to the Catholies of England only, it, nevertheless, involves considera tions that should engage the deepest attention of the ad...

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WHAT IS ENGLAND. TO DO WITH HER CRIMINALS? [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

WHAT IS ENGLAND. TO DO WITH HER CRIMINALS ? ' This important prob em was offered for so lution by f/je Times, at the critical' moment of 'tlie Cape' colonists, peremptory refusal *? re^iv^. &ttOortion of them within the territory whicSr these colonists occupied,, as loyal subjects , of the British Crown. The conclusions of that celebrated journal were found( to be -altogether unconvincing, its reasonings unsatisfactory, and i^s design in introducing 'the enquiry for public discussion become the subject of suspicion and preju dice. 'Ful.iy aware of the difficu:ties which surround a close investigation into all mat — '3- legislative and executive, re'ating to secundary: punishments, we yet deliberately and confidently propose for consideration, a few suggestions, which appear to our minds calculated to set the question at the head of this article for ever at rest. It is desirable that it should be so. Not merely the in terests of the numerous divisions of the empire, and the p...

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'EPITOME-OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. The Law or Divorcb.— A Roy&l Commission is about to issue to enquire and report upon the whole subject of the law .of. divorce— uot merely the pro ceedings in the 'ecclesiastical courts, but the pro ceedings in parliament^ not the divorce a mensa et thoro alone, but the more weighty and important question of the divorce a vinculo matrimonii. It will be composed of luc following : — Lord Campbell. Lord Beaumont, Lord liedesrlale, Dr. Lushinglon, ? Sppncer 'Horatio \Valpole, M P., \V,Paga Wood, M.P.t and ihe Hon E.P. Bouverie, M.P.— Obs rver. Univkrsitv op Glasgow. — We understand that the decision i egard ug ttie suspe/ided Lord Rector ship cannot be matte, until near the meeting ol Parliament, as 'colonel Mure, with whom the matter now rests,. will not return from Italy until the eom mencerneni of.the session approaches. The decision riuiBt bfi given by Colonel Mure personally, hut there ca'i be no. doubt that it will fie in favour' of Sheriff 'AhstiiV;...

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SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

SOCIALISM, In the course of the late Debate on the ^ Electoral Bill, an honourable member spoke of the growth of Socialism in Sydney. We are happy in the conviction that his fears are not well grounded, for our experienoe agrees with that of Dr. Lang in this matter. We have never yet met with a therough Socialist in the colony, nor can we at all anticipate that the extension of the Elective Franchise is calculated to foster a spirit of Socialism. Nothing on the contrary is more likely to keep that spirit out of the colony than the conferring t upon the Jpeople the power of returning representatives who will legislate for their true welfare and happiness and not for the interests of a class. Op pression and selfishness on the part of. the wealthy lead to discontent and insubordina tion among the poor — and in proportion to the progress of civilization is the natural growth of such selfishness among the upper classes, so that as a counterpoise it is neces sary to give the people a pro...

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On[?]inal Poetry CHILDHOOD'S INFLUENCE ON AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

#t*i inal iJoetrs?. , '\ ?CHILDHOOD'S INFLUENCE ON A&E. {Father, can you remember the day When you thought alone of pleasure a*d play, Wb.en.your now dim-eyes were blue atfd bright, ?And your steps were free and your heart was light, And the world was calm as a Summer's night ? Ah, yes, my child — age cantto't efface Of boyhood's bliss— thefoitftest trace? Those hours come back in the time of care, Of serious thought, and of silent prayer ; They come with looks of beauty and bloom Which long since have passed to the peaceful tomb, And they often wear a playful sneer At the sin-worn brow of the sufferer here. They come again, with expressions of grief, And they warn me my time for preparing is brief, To be with them, as the thought which bears My heart to the scene of my early cares. They Come again when sorrows sleep, And the soul is at rest — and they seem to weep, For they know that danger o'erhangs in life Those who have little of earthly strife. Oh, the infant times of a...

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" In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis IJ.bertas in Omnibus charitas." CATHOLIC CEREMONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

?' In Necessariis Unitds, in Dubiis Idbertast in Omnibus Charitas.' CATHOLIC CE.REM ONIES. The week that has just past being the most holy in the yearr and consequently being a time when the ceremonial of the Church is more than usually elaborate, a great number of persons belonging to tbe various sects ^w.ith which Sydney ^abounds were attracted to ?St. Mary's by motives of curiosity. Since then, we doubt not, they have been 'talk- iug over' all they saw, and contrasting our complicated ritual with the ' simple ' forms of Protestantism, speaking favourably of the latter, as being the most 'Scriptural' of the two. For the instruction of some those, who having come to visit oar Church, may perhaps feel disposed to hear what we have to say in reply to their animadversions, we propose to enter briefly on the general sub ject of Catholic ceremonies. In the first place we beg to draw attention to this most obvious and undeniable truth — viz., that the Scriptural argument against the use ...

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Ecciestaststical Entelligence. THE CHURCH IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

e-ccir statical iiuteUt qtm ?%, THE CHURCH IN FBANCE.^ ft- %? (From the Correspondent of the Guardian*) ' ... ? The Church alone, as remarked by awriter '111. the Correspondent, has heen a gainer by the Re public. What shattered all ?.?/oilier parties ..only loosened the bonds tfiat. confined her. action ; and her schools 6ndrseininaries, aiid- charitable institu tions, and neljgious ,/i?/rj and- 'ccrernbn'ies,-.jare re-/ riving in every district. : A large -share in .the res-. tored action of the Church seems diie to the exer tions ef the '. ?'?.present- Archbishop of Pans— -a. man who, in your 6 wii words', seems to. know how a diocese should be handled,' and whose personal Ja .bours have iip limit. /No opportunity is lost of res toring the presence and influence of .religion on-iall public occasions. ? ; ? :^-' :???;! :- '? '.;-????? ; ?''?/.?..? The re-opening' !of the/.-Courts of Justice and, other public ceremonies are again ..'attended by the ministers and officers of religio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. k FEW Copies of the following Books j\ are on Sale at the Office of the 'Fbbbman's Journal' 70. Castlereagh-street. Downy Bible and Testament Reeve's History of the Bibta Missals. Vesperals, ant] Complines Life of Christ, by Si. Bonaveotttre Challonpr'n Meditations 4 MHlner'a End of Controversy Poor Man's Catechism Think Well On't Manual of Devotion Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prayer Book \ Andrew Dunn Tbe Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. J. McEncroe The Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by R. E. Sconce, 6. A., Oxon The Rules of the Confraternity of tbe Blessed Virgin' Devotions for the .Souls in Purgatory the Practice of the Living Rosary Bell's Dictionary of all Religion G'obbett's History of the Reformation Brittain's Divinity of Christ Dr. Ullathorne's New South Wales Via Crueis the Way of the Cross Catechism extracted from the Writings of . Martin Luther The Garden of the Soul Catholic Piety The Stations of the Cross And...

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Not little interest was excited on Sunday amongst the congregation of this place of worship in consequence of its being announced that the Most Rev. Dr. Hughes, Archbishop of New York , was [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

ST^AMES'S^A'PHaLIC'CHURCHi^SPANISH , ? N'ot7a little interest was 'excited ori Sunday amongst th'e congrt'ga'tiofrof- this 'place1 of worship,- in' con-1 sequence , of its being announced that the Most Revl ;Dr: Hiighe~{'V'ArchbisKo'p of New York, was to preach the sermon . 'during the High; bias's.' At the appointed time his Lordship ascended the steps of th'e altar,1 arid commenced by reading the fourth cliaptefof the'Acts of the Apostles, selecting from it, as bis text, the 19th and 20th verses :— 'Peter and Jehn answerine;, said to them, if it be iust in the sight of God to hear you rather than God, judge ye; for we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard.' After saying that he had arrived only on' Friday at the port of Liverpool, and was but a' pilgrim passing1 through this counCry on his way to the Eternal City of Rome, and that he had, entirely unprepared, acceded to a request to address them, he i expressed how utterlyastohished he was to find the 'state of ...

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LETTER FROM MR. C. B. WALL, M.P. To the Archdeacon of Winchester. " Norman Of Castle Nov 27 1850 [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

LETTER ?FROM MB.. C. B. WALL, M.P. ? . -Lo the Archdeacon of Winchester. ' Norman f!;istlp. 'Nf/w Q7 Uldfl Dear fair,— I. regret that- 1 cannot allow my, sii-- natnre to- be;added to the petition to the' Queen, which you have do«e me the. honour to send me. ' I feel mo alarm for the Queen's supremacy, nor apprehend any danger to the State or to the Church, from the ?: undisguised open proceedings of the .See of Home.'' Your address states, - that you have heard. w«n maignation tnat cue rope has issued a docu- J rnent in which he has assumed a power inconsistent (as.you^are informed) with ? the exercise .of, her Majesty's lawful prerogative of supremacy.' ?: But you ask me to sign upon mere 'information that has roMcheti you, without suiting- from whom or from whence you have obtained it', with the law nudi! jined, and under the assumption always, that it has. been evaded or broken, f think the Catholic Church quite right to assert its own i religious' and spiritual supremacy. It wou...

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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. Mb. Daniel Donovan— King-street. Da. Vaughan— Miller's Point. Mr. M. D Alton— George-street South. Mr. Phillip Walsh— Parramatta-street. Mr. Moi.roonby -South Head Road. COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide —--Mr. Michael LVArcy. Appin — Mr. John Dwtbr. Batbarst— Ma. Jambs S. Freeman. Belfast.-— Mr. C. Middleton. j Berrima— Mr T. D. O'Sullivan. Brisbane — Mr. Hatnes. Bungadore — Ma. John Dwyer. Browlee — Mr. Edward Kirby. Brisbane Water— Mr. Cmas. Trbanor.. i Concord— Mr. John Clancy. Campbelltown — Mr. G. Plunkett. East Maitland — Ma. Thomas Ashton. Geelong — Mr. John Mansfield. Goulburn— Mr. C. Fitzpatrick. Hartley — Mr. E. Moriarty. Ipswich. — Mr. Peter Dwyer. Jamberoo and Kiama Mr. Thomas Habit. Kissing Point — Mr. James F. Stanley. Liverpool — Mr. Thomas Cahil. Launceston — Mr. James Madden. Manerpo. — Mr. Dugald M* Donald, Cooroa Melbourne — Messrs, Cregin and Moorb, Book* sellers. Newcastle. — Mr. John Rogers. Parramatta — Mr. John Joshph Mu...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

' CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1851. 24 Th Of the Octave, s.d. .25. F .Of the Octave, s.d. 26 Sat Of the Octave, s. d. 27 S Low Sunday, first class, d. m. 23 M S. Mark, Evan, from' 25th, d., second class, 0. S. B., S. Robert, ab. d. .29 T . S. Peter, Martyr, d. SO W S. Catherine of Sienna, v.d. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1851.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

WEDNESDAY, ; APRIL 30. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY IN ELIZABETH STREET SOUTH, TWO CAPITAL BRICK BUILT COTTAGES. NEAR THE CORNER OF' LIVERPOOL-STREET, HYDE PARK, And opposite* the residence of John Thacker, Esq. To be sold at auction, BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, At his Mart, On WEDNESDAY, 30th Instant, . At 11 o'clock precisely, Lot 1. A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK-BUILT VERANDAH COTTAGE, in Elizabeth-street, South, lying about 60 feet South from the corner of Liverpool-street, and numbered 75 ; it cdntains two front parlours, bed room and kitchen, on the ground- floor, with two bed rooms above. There are ont-officas and a yard at the back. The frontage is 22 feet 6 inches, more or less, in Eliaabeth-street South, by a depth of about 67 feet. The above is occupied by Mr. Robert Smith, Cork Cutter, at a weekly rent of 1 Is. Lot 2. A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK BUILT VERAN DAH COTTAGE in Elizabeth-street South, being numbered 73, adjoining the above, and containing the same number of rooms, with simitar accommo datio...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

— ~~~ TO~CORRESPONDEFrS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that tbe writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address- Although this information is rot required for - publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being peouice.

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