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Original Correspondence. Runaway Debtors. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

t'riginal (forrecponbkcnce. unnlatJap IlDbtors. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Sza,-The serious losses'to the community from the facility of swindlers leavingthe colony unknown to their duped and confiding creditors, call loudly for an immediate .remedy at the hands .of the executive. In no other colony, British or foreign, can scoun drels, of the John Thomas Wilson's school, carry off their plunder with impunity.-In our \Vest India islands, the Havanuah. Cuba, the ports in Colombia, Peru, and Chili, the following Laws and Ilegulations are in force, for the prevention of such practices. All Persons, without exception, military or civil, who intend leaving the colony, ale compelled to put up their names and the parish they last resided in at the Sceretary's Office-at the expiration of twenty-one days (if no objection is marked against them) they receive a permit or license to depart the colony.-No passenger is allowed to depart the colony without producing to the visiti...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Szt,-I feel myself called upon to trespass for a moment on your columns, in consequence of a rqport that appeared in the Mlmitor of Wednesday last, which stated, that "the father-in-law of the deceased Captain Richard Hayward triad to get the deceased buried in the Catholhe burying-ground, in opposition to the desire of his wife, and carried his interferenco.o such an extent, that the Coroner was under the necessity of sending his constable with the funeral, &c." As the fathot.in-law of the late Captain Hayward, I think it right to state, the cause of my intererence. Captain Hayward was certainly a PIrotestant at one period, but, for the last two years, at least, he has professed himself a Catholic, and regularly attended Mass when on land; and, when on Its deathbed, he sent for the Rev. Francis Murphy, who arrived; however, only after his death. IBesides this, Captain Ilayward expressed a wish to be buried in the Catholic bury in...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Sales of Australian Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

Woor.--London, .Thursday .Ivening.--The, fol lowing are the accurate prices obtained at the late sales, the quality being also noticed. The averages have been most carefully made out. For Australian flocks-first rate combing, none; first clothing, in fair condition, is. 10d. to 2s. 71d. ; first ditto, dry and dusty, Is. Id. to 2s.; first ditto, scoured, 2s.2d. to 2s. 3id.; second clothing, dry and dusty, ls. 4d. to Is. 7d.; lambs, ordsimay, Is. Gd. to Is. lid.; pieces and locks, In. to ls. Ohd?! unwashed, first quality, Od. to Is. 31ud. ; ditto, inferior and, locks, ad. to Bid. "Tasmanian--averago flocks, Is. 7d. to Is. Od; ; lambs', good, 2s. to 2s. Gd.; ordinary, Is. 4d, to Is. 9d. South Australia) Is. to is. 5di. Port Phillip, Is. Id, to 2s. Cape, fair, Is. Id. to Is. Gd.; in grease, Gd. to 9d. East India, good, 7d. to 10d.; low, &l.d. to Gd.. The actual quantity of Colonial wools sold during the series are as follow: -6,165 bales Australian, 1,033 Ta'smanian, 927 Port Ph...

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To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Parramatta, February 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

To tha Editor of the Australasian Chronitce. Parramatta, February 14, 1840. Sir.-On last Wednesday, the Catholic Bishop visited Parramatta. His lordship celebrated Mass in the Female Factory, and, after suitable instruc tions, explanatory of the nature of the sacrament, and of the dispositions with which it should be ap proached, administered Confirmation to over sixty inmates of that institution. Immediately before leaving, his, lordship addressed a feeling and an in structive discourse to them as the means by which the graces that day imparted might be made to fruc tify abundantly, and to obtain for them, in the ways of virtue--perseverance to the end of their lives, des pilte of the many trying and perilous temptations to which they would be subjected on leaving the Factory. V .J Gratifying it must have been to his lordship to have, observed the dispositions manifested by many of those poor creatures-gratifying to have known that those dispositions were called forth by the untiri...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

ARRIVALS. February 14.-From London, whence she sailed. the 19th September, and the Downs let October, the ship Eweretta, 356 tons, Captain Darley, with merchandise. Passengers, Lea Wright, Esquire, Surgeon, Mir. and Mrs. Cameron, Mr. and Miss Stevens, and Miss Guillod, J. RIoebock, Caroline Jarman, Maria Matthlws, William Matthews, J. M'Hardy, and ?. Linard. 14.--From Cork, whence sailed the ]3th Novem ber, the ship Adam Lodge, 571 tons, Capt. James, with 272 Govermn,.nt Emigrants. 15.-From London, via the Cape, having left the former port the 11th June, and the latter the '8th December, the brig Transfer, Captain Prout, with merchandise. Passengerse-Mr. Cleave, Zir. Yarrow, and Mr. Tross. - 15.-From Bourbon via Adelaide, havintg left the formoerport the Ist November, and the latter the Ist instant, the barque Justine, Captain Lucas, with sugar. Pn'ssengers-Mr. Clark, Mr Banard, Mlr. Siuison, Mi. 1'iddington, and Mr. Bryan. SDEPARTURES. February "12.-For the Whaling Grounds, the bar...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

Port Phillip. We have received Port Phillip papers to the 1st instant. 'iThe Port Phillip Oazette is very much enlarged, being now in appearance as it certainly is in point of talent' equal to the best Colonial papers. It is now published twice a week. We make a few extracts: An address was presented to Captain Lons dale on Tuesday last, at the Clubioutie,' by Thomas Wills, Esq. J. P4 accompanied by the membere of theCommittee, and several of the subscribers to the testimonuial, about to be presented to that gentleman. A .very important declsion was made by the Bench on Thursday last, respecting the charm acter of a Composator's labour. imr. Strode, of the Gazette, had brought one of his men before the police magistrate, for neglect of duty.; appeal to the Quarter Sessions Court was demanded and obtained. The plea got up by defendant's attorney was, that a compositor was an artist, not a nmechanic, that his duties .consisted of more than mere manual labour, in. asmuch as it was an e...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. New Zealand. THE steps recently taken by the Bri- tish Government towards the coloniza- tion appear to awaken the attention of our Paris contemporaries to the import- ance of a settlement in that quarter. Several of them this morning contain observations on this subject.-" If we are rightly informed," says the Journal du Commerce, in reference to the coloniza- tion of New Zealand, " a resolution had been come to by the Ministry, that the independence of that country should be acknowledged, and thus that it should be wrested from the sovereignty claimed over it by England, when certain well known speculators, proposing some pro- jects of colonization, demanded the in- terposition of Government to insure to themselves the monopoly of the coloniza- tion. According to them, it is no longer a question of recognizing the independ- ence of New Zealand; and all that is wanted is to take possession and make a settlement. If the occupation of the northern island is impossibl...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Sketches in Sydney. No. VIII. THE PARRAMATTA STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

Sketches in Sydney. No. VIII THE PARRAMATT'A STEAMER. A sharp descent down any thing but an eventroad brings you to what is termed the Steam Wharf, con sisting of an odd building on your left, some two or three empty dlays "choking up the way," and a dozen or two loungers enjoying part of their patri many-for in spite of what Mrs. Tabitha Tabby's Gazetteer may say to the contrary, a .pipe is a con spicuous portion of the poor man's patrimony. We can trace part of the old lady's bile and her Ga zettoer's spleen to the fact of their being both cloud compellers, aye, and nobbler-tossers too.! But, at the same time, we do not for one moment suppose, either the old lady, or her Gazetteer, guilty of the :heinous crime of poverty. Smoking and tippling were standard habits df theirs, contracted with some .others that shall be nameless at sea. But we are not at sea, we are only going there, and after going over some fifty yards of " dust and ashes," you. come alongside the boat the time abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

e ralea btig luctlon. :By the Australian Auction Company,aon Fiday last, 03 horses, averaging £55 each.-By Mr. Samuel -Lyons, same day, the .barque'Lindsays, with .equipments, for £900.; also :600 head .of .cattle at £10 per head; and 300 rolls of Brazil to. bacco, at £4 2s..6d. per cwt. 'By Mr. Samuel Lyons, on Saturday, eighty-eight .shares in the Sydney -Banking Company, on which £1 per share had been paid up, at 28s. ,per share ; and six shares in the Commercial 'lanking Company, on which £80 had been paid up, at £32 premium.-Mr. Smart also sold five •kegs of inferior Colonial tobacco, at ld. per lb. Iir. Blackman sold 36 packages of rice at Id, lilbgtract'of a1aeu 'bg ýtuction, TI.HS DAY. .AUSaTRALIAN AucTIoN CoOrPANY.-At the Mart, at Twelve, the Cargo of the Sarah and Elizabeth, from Calcutta, with Wheat. Flour, Grain, Rum, Sugar, ditto Candy, Ginger, Pepper, Saltpetre, immediately after which, Curry Powder, and Cayenne Pepper. 31Ir. S. LyoNs, at the Royal Hotel. at 11 o'clock...

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News and Rumours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

News and Rumours of the Day A new actress appeared with some eclat last week on the boards of the Victoria, in Blackstones's come dy of "A Lesson for Ladies.".... A mail has been established between Browlee and Two-fold Bay once a week..... A Society has been formed in Dublin, under distinguished patronage, to co-operate with the New Zealand Company in London, in order to facilitate emigration to that settlement. ... By the late regulations, convict servants marrying may still be retained in the services of their respective masters, and cannot be assigned to each other without the con sent of the Governor, which will only be granted where the parties really merit that indulgence.. The criminal sitting of the Supreme Court will commence on the 24th instant, when the trial of the notorious bush-rangers, Whitton and Reynolds, and several other cases of importance will take place..... Two men, named Ford and Dooly, have been com mitted for trial on the charge of horse-stealing-who have,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 18 February 1840

AGENTS :-Bungadore, MAr. John Dw eyar; Bor?lma, Mt. M. Doyle ; Braidwood, Mr. P. Goulding, Postmaster; Brisbane Water, Mr. Thomas Humphreys; Bathurst, Klr. Richard Jnes; Camphbell Town, Mr. Hurley; Goulbourn, Mr. Joseph Bunll; Hobart Town, Mr. P.hilip Smith; Livrp. Pritchard; Launceston, Mr. T. W. Cowell; Maitland Mr. Deb Patrick s Plains, Mr. Thomas Cullen; Paterson, Mr. David Browne, Bush Inn; Port Philip, Mr. Keish; Parramtla, Mr Iis.immois, Inkeepler; P enrith, Mr. Purcell, Queubeya and Manaroo, Mr. Thomas Shanahan Edward Elliott; WVindsor and.,Richmond,iMr. E. Cofuoy, Yass, Mr. EdwardWalsh.-Published in the United Kingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster Row, London ; Mr. V. J. Batlersbyo5; Essex Bridge, Parliamentstret; Dublin; Mrs. Stain, 9, Union Place Edinburgh; and Mr. D.Kenc E'or Hobart Town Direct, Positively, to sail on Thursday next, 201th instant. T HE fine fast-sailing S.- yacht.built brig HIND. The whole of her freight being ready for ship!nment, with the exception of ...

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Sydney Price Current. February 20, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

February 20, 1840. Everything is still on' the same scale as before; although considerable variation is almost innume distely expected. 'Iea, hysoh skin, per chest, £7 to'£8 ; gunpowder' per 10 catty, box £2 10a. sugar, Mauritiusl fine, per too, £28- ditto, brown, £21 to £26;'onaf,per lb. 7d to 71d. Rice, per btag. 158. to .25s. Oil, sperm per tun 801 to 821, black, per tun, £18. Soap, per cwt., £2 5s to £2 15s. Salt, per ton, £5 5s to £7. Ale, Iuubar's, per doz., 14s.; Taylor's, per hhd., £6 10s.; Porter, Taylor's, per hhd, £6 2s. to £6 5s. Spirits in bond, per gallon, Rum, 6s. to Gs. 9d.; Brandy, 8s. to 9s. Gd. ; Gin, 2s. 8d. to 4s. Wines per pipe, Sherry, £10 to £24; Port, £28; Cape, £12 ';Champagne, per doz , £2 8s. to £3 10s.; Claret, per dozen, 15s. to £1 IOs. ......... _a , __

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Sydney Market, February 20, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

f tistry f £U natiet, h lCFe4.arry29, 1810. There is no variation Ih the price of provisions siceo lust publication. Fruit is becoming more plentiful and bettor in quality than before, and its price is more moderate. Fodder is still disposed of at the same figure. L'Loun.-Fine, 3)s. to 36s.; seconds, 28s. to 30s.; ration, 18s. to 19s. Bread, 7d. to 8d. per 211,. loaf. Wheat, Colonial, ls.' 'to 12s. per bushel. Bran, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. Gd. Maize, per bushel, Ba. to 8s. 6id. Barley, per ditto, G6s. to Os.; Ouats, per bushel, 8a. to 9s. FaIusT.-Peachos, 2d. to 2s. per dozen; apples. Is. to 3s. per dozen; grapes, Sd, to Is. 3d. per lb.; pears, Is to3s per doz.; melons, 2d to Is each. VRaGrAnLLos.-Onions, 21d. to :4s1. per lb.; ca.bnges, 2d. to 9d. each ; carrots and turnips, 4d. per bunch; potatoes, li?. to 16s. p'r'cwt. PouLTrla.-Gesese, 8s. to 12S. each; ddcks, 10s. to 12s. per pair; fowls, Ga. to 8s.' per ditto; turkeyr, 10s. to 15s. each; eggs, 2s. Gd. to' s.. per dozen; lard, I...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

Xmpdundings. i1PbdP i)rEuit ButngsiIur.ore from` Mononglo 1'PIldn, oi`ttlidi'4th !0ebiuary. 1840, the tulluwliag One rindlc13pllocki brand: o ooff siII.onrum~p; pullthig , ileg~bet ,, "< t " ",., Sbrtindlo BbInock, branded JConi rnump oft ' Oh'. l1#,'ef and AwIJIld bow':.branded X on the t fibn~off3JdA'dI~ a .Sit~ .~Uuf ýUnqyr loYº,,mud Willjp Guw, ci X the `u i o" iý;c n ctvrh ifnini uI1bod IO'n utrawbearij,*3oiIlt brIhbfet. 0, OflA our ulnpi, off rumip, off side(( ,F! ··. ýF .. ýý,1:l.3 .! :"d l i~ lý 1 One yellow and hllte Cow, short tall, bratnd on near rumpl, allgible. One red aicid while Cow, CS on rump, near side, N an olffide. ' One black Cow, branded PC ao the rump, milk. lug 'aide. S"Olao yellow and white Cow, branded .11 on tile rump, milking side. One red andwhite Bullock, branded thus (I) on toff ramp, with star on frllheiad. One Ibrian Heifer, branded M on near side. On'e Strawberry Steer, branded D near side, WD on rrnlrpw, offside. One yellow working Bullc...

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Public Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

Vubic 'ales. Mr. Lyons disposed ofa splendid lot of Household Furniture, on Friday, for which there was great com petition, and the prices realized were excellent. The Australian Auction Company sold, at their Rooms, on Wednesday, 20 Sqares in the Bank of Australasia, £80 paid up, at £42 per share premium ; 100 Shares in the Sydney Banking Company, £1 paid up, 29s. per share premium; 20 Shares £1 paid , 0s. premium; 50 Shares ditto, £1 paid up, 3. 6d. premium ; 10 Shares in the General Steam Navigation Company, £20 paid up, £13 premium; 40 Shares in the Union Assurance Company, £7 10s. paid up, £6 per share premium.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c &c. Taken at 6 in the Morn., 12 at Noon, and 6 in the Evening respectively. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

Weel flg itcorological Cable. VARIATION OP Tiie TIILRhMOMETER, &C. &C. Taken at 6 in the Morn., 12 at Noon, and 6 in the .Ervening respectively. PEB. sI. N. E. WIND. FRIDAY ..... 14 68 '72 70 S.E. Cloudy SATUAnorY ....15 04 71 68 ,.W. Do SUNDAY ......16 68 78 72 N.E. Clear NJONDAY......17 70 79 74 N.E. Do TUESDAY ..... 18 70 80 76 N.E. Do WEDNESDAY ..19 71 81 78 N.E. Cloudy TiunsDAY.. ..20 70 74 70 W.S. Windy ?Meaena Tmp. 73 O.

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The Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

Sydney : FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1840. SWE objected to the recommendations of the Com. mittee upon Immigration on the first appearance of their Report, for the following reasons: lat. tBecause the Bounty System was preferred by them to that of the Government, solely on grounds of economy ; the morality and comfortof the'Immi grants being entirely left out of view. 2ndly. Be cause the Committee received no -impartial evidenre as to the working of the two. systems with respect to the comparative accommodation and comfort of the Immigrants and their moral superintendence; and although it is notorious, that under the Bounty System the accommodation and treatment of the Immigrants are, generally speaking, highly objec tionable; no person, from reading the evidence, or the Report, could discover that there was the least difference between the two Systems in these respects. 3rdly. Because, while the importation of children was not prohibited, no provision was made for their proper sustenanae ...

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LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet.fixed. Eliza Frances, for South Seas, Captain Lister agent. Prince Rlegent, for London,. to load at Newcastle, Scott, of Newcastle, and Bagater, of Sydney, agents-not arrived. Lady Macnaughten, for London, R. Duke & Co. F. Mitchell, and Campbell and Co. agents. Trusty, ship, for London, Gore & Co. agents. Argyle, barque, for London, IHughes and Hosking, agents. Georgiana, for Liverpool, A. B. Smith agent. A{fred, for London, W. Walker & Co. agents. Orient, barque, for London, Montefioro & Co. agents. Samuel. barque, for London, Dunlop & Co. agents. William, oarque, for New Zealand, Street, agent. Kinnear, ship, for London, Botts, agent. Maria, for London, I Simmons, agent. Britannia, barque, for Liverpool, Aspinall & Co. agents

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

The Diana and Speculator, from this port, ar. rived at the Bay of Islands, whence the brig Martha may be expected in a few days. By the Adam Lodge, we learn that the Henr' Percher had left Liverpool, to embaik her Elud grants to this port. The Samuel Winter, with 250 tons of oil, from New Zealand, is about to take in Wool for. the London market. From her, we learn the New Zealand Company's barque Cuba, with 20 passea. gers and stores, arrived on the 3rd of January from London, having made her passage in 175 days. The schooner Falcon had arrived. The New Zea. land Company's ship Aurora, arrived with her Emigrants at port Nicholson on the slt instant. ''ho barque Samuel, has nearly completed her cargo, and will sail on the 1st of next month for London. Agents, Dunlop and Co. H. M. S. Herald, arrived on the 29th of Jan., -at the Bay of Islands, with Captain Hubson. The proclamation was read to and signed by a portion of the chiefs on the 5th, and a royal salute was fired on the 8th ins...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. ON THE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN MIND. —NO. 10.— "Quad ubique, quod semper, quod ab omnibus creditum est." [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 21 February 1840

vtgigtnal fortretpont~tlc ce. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. ON TIIHE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN WIIND. -NO. 10. 'Quod ubique, qued semper, quod ab omtnibus crditum est." Srn,-St. Vincent of Lerins lays down the above irrofragible principle for testing the truth of any disputed point of revealed religion, viz., " that whatever doctrine has been believed, everywhere be lieted, and believed by all, must be truly Catholic and Apostolic doctrine. No man with the shlight est pretension to common sense can gainsay this Christian maxim. In my last letter 1 pointed out the futility of the objection, (drawn from the tem porary dilforence in the early British church, from that of Rome, on the celebration uf Easter), against the connexion and identity, in point of doctrine, held by the first British Christians with the Roman Catholic Church. Another wandering notion-has entered the heads of some modern wiseacres, viz, that the doctrines and practices taught by that good monk St. Aug...

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