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

TJBHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Sixpence each numb,er, 6s. per Quarter, or £1 4s. per annum, ta be paid in advance. Tit RMS OF ADVERTISING. ' The termBof advertising are, for eaoh insertion «— , s. d. For the first inch - ' ? 0 For every additional inch - ' ' , Advertisements must be forwarded to m* Office, No. 70, Castlereagh-street, not later tun - 4 p.m. on Wednesday. All orders for alteratw»s must be' sent by 2 p m. on Tuesday. It is neeessarj Advertisements should specify on them the number of insertions required, as otherwise they will con tinue to be published until countermanded. Births, marriages, and deaths will be insertea »« the' subjoined terms: when forwarded by a s n soriber, free ; non-subscribers, the charge will t-e Printed and Published by James Cosgrovb, for U»« ; Proprietors, at The Freeman's Journal rr n» - ? ing Office, No. 70, CastlereagJ l street South u» f the city of Sydney, New South Wales. -1 bursuaj , I

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"Uni tu pulsas, ego vapulo tantum." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

' ?? Ubi tu pulsas, ego vapulo tantum.'1 Nay, we are not certain if the hand of Providence may not be traced in what are, at first sight, the adverse features of the future. For, assuredly, if some of the ar guments attributed in the papers to CaUhplfc speakers might be taken as a spefiinae'ft of those in reserve, we are disposed to consider that the refusal of a fair hearing to some of. our advocates has not been among the least of the unconscious services done us. The pfeculia-r benefit, however, which we discern in the recent struggle, has been its tendency to unmask oui» essemies in disguise, and thus to unite all true Catholics by a firmer bond of union than ever before. More especially do we feel that it is likely to re move certain misunderstandings between fenaland and Ireland — to detach many ex cellent persons from the side of that treache rous administration whose hostility tons has now become palpable,, and thus to unite the leading men in the English and Irish branches ...

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THE PROTESTANT AGITATION IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

THE PROTESTANT AGITATION IN ENGLAND. {From the Tablet.) The clamour which has been excuea vy the recent step of the Holy See is considered by all the Anglican Bishops, and by most of their Clergy, to prove that the step itself is impolitic, as well as aggressive. -ame has made a false move,' 'she has overshot her mark;' such are the phrases m which .u:~ AioKnff oint.VtPR itselh and then comes a quotation from Shakspeare about ' vaulting ambition.' Other things are said, which, in charity to the utterers, we do not like to re peat. And certainly, it must be admitted that if the Pope reckoned upon finding Englishmen, as a body, disposed to meet his charitable intentions, he has formed far too high an estimate of their humility and for bearance. To ourselves, however, the results oi mis. great act, even as far as they have already gone, present an appearance exactly opposite tr- this view of the Anglican authorities. Had we, in our presumption, been disposed to regard the measure befor...

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

T*''''' ' TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Frbbm\n's Jodrnai will be received by Mr. J. E. Heyii'oni King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George-street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Gonlburn-streets, Mr. P. ,Wal»h, Parramatta gtreet, ,nd Mr. Thomas McEncroo, Grocer, Stissex gtreet. Market Wharf.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Sydney for [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

I ^^TsUBSCEtfiERS. \ The Collector and Aff^^JipK [the 'Freeman's Journal Wing*™ for all monies paid on account of this paper, signed bv Mr. James Cosgrove, the Pub-. iisher. 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 are now ' owing — one, two, and even three quarters' subscription — contrary to- the ex press terms of publication.

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

PROTESTANT INTOLERANCE. (From the Catholic Standard.) To rake up acts committed by Protestan tism in times long past, against those great principles of religious liberty upon which it professes to be based, and upon which alone it can be at all defended, is no labour of love with us. Abhorring* as we cordially do, all manner of sectarian as cendency, repudiating persecution of every sort, and in every form, and for any purpose, believing that the imposition of civil disabi lities for religious opinion is repugnant to Christianity as well as incompatible with philosophic statesmanship; we always ad vert with a sense of pain and humiliation to those instances of unrighteous interferenea with freedom of conscience which are to b* found in the political records of Catholie States ; nor is our task more agreeable when a stern sense of duty compels us to turn over the blood-stained pages which perpetuate tb« memorial of Protestant, outrages upon liberty of conscience. And this antipathy t...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. REVIEW. Papal Ag ,ression Considered. By a Barrister. London: Dolman. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

j$lt0tflUniou0 I3xtract0. REVIEW. (From the Tablet.) Papal Ag session Considered. By a Barris ter. London : Dolman. This pamphlet (by a .Protestant) is one of the ablest that have come out on the great question of the da)', and is full of discrimi nating and original 'views on most of the points involved. We would especially com mend his remarks on the absurd fallacies cur rent among the excited portion of the public on some of the words most common in this half-legal, half theological controversy. We proceed to analyse the pamphlet, and to give extracts at length from what strikes us as most important. People talk wildly about the Pope having spoken of ' governing ' the Districts he as signs to the Prelates, The word 'govern' is only the ordinary spiritual term which has all along been used to express the functions of Vicars-Apostolic. Cardinal Wiseman ' governs ' Westminster in the same sense that Dr. Wiseman 'governed' the London District. It is said the present measure is an 'in...

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

' - ? ; Boasters' in wart-s.' ' ? ? April 17.— -Agnes'* '''Napier, 40, Walters, from Broulee. '? ??? -; ?;?????? ™--s '' '? -.'?/'.-;?...:?? ?.. . ? April 18, — -Tamar, steamer, 130, Paine; Rose, steamer, 172, .Hardino-, both. from Morpeth. April 1 9. — Lapwing, 20, Millar, from Shoalha ven ; Clarissa, 60, 'Campbell1; Coquette, 72, Elliott; Anna Maria, 49; Bonney, all from Newcastle. ' : ? April 21. — Tamar, , steamer, 130, Paine, from Morpeth. ... April' 22.— DeHahew, ' 1/5,: Hardwick, from the Hawkesbury.; 'Victory, 19; Fisher; Magnet, 17, Selmon-; Gitana,; 15, Francisco; Phantom,- 23, Settree; Sylph, -23, 'Orpen, all from Brisbane Water'; William the Fourth, steamer, 54,. Sullivan, from Wollongong ; James and Amelia, 33,Scrivens; Elizabeth, -32, Bennie ; Sister, 45, Hescott ; Active, 40, Melville ; Warlock, 43, Gibson ; Coquette, 72, Johnston ; Elizabeth, 38, Brown; Travelle'r?s.B_ride,-* 32, Lindquest ; Swan, 18, Paterson : Jane WilliairisJ. 33, Rowland; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ;...

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"HER MAJESTY'S CLERGY." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

'HER MAJESTY'S CLERGY.' {From the Tablet.) A roost felicitous title has lately been found for the functionaries of the Crown, by them selves denominated the Clergy of the Church of, England. Hitherto we have been somewhat at a loss for a fit name for these gentlemen. We could not call them simply Clergy. ' Cler oumonnf the Fstablished Church' is lengthy, and, besides, does not express the source and limits of their jurisdiction ; ' Parsons' is a vulgar phrase ; and the term ' M inisters' confuses them with Presbyterians, Wesleyans, Baptists, and others. But »' Her Majesty's Clergy' is a title which is most satisfactory. It cannot be by themselves rejected without their incurring the imputation of disloyalty. Jt marks them off from the Catholic Clergy, from the ministers of other Protestant deno miliSticn? ihan the Established Church, in fine, from all else that ZT? called ' Clergy' in the known world ;. it shows ' whose tney are and whom they serve,' and leaves them ' alone in their...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

; . '??5;ti'yiHng-l6ntelftg-fitfc;'' ' ,-*??' '' '-::' ??''?; ARRIVAL'S'. n: ' '. ;,i ;' .;! '? ?April 17.— ^Sarah, brig, ,130 tons, Captain Grant, from Launceston. the. 10th. inst. ?..?....???. April 17.— William, brig, 121 '' tons, Captain Ccffey, from Launceston the 9th inst. ' 'April 17. — Caernarvon, whaling barque, 230 tons, Captain. Sullivan,- from the South Sea Fisheries. .4P.-'M.l?-— Six ,? Brothers, schooner, 147 tons, Captain, Cv)iir^ney,!from(Hpbart Town the 10th inst. - April 17. -^-Arabia, barque, 362 tons^' Captain Davis; from 'Manila the lltli February. ' ' ' i. April: 18. ^Thomas Lord, schooner,;73.tons, Capr i tain Mackay, from San Francisco, the 2nd February,; via Wauhga,, Marquesas Islands, the 12th March, 'i April 181— Wanderer, brig, 140 ton's,' *Captain Jacksonj.from Geelong the lkh inst. ?,???? ;.?';? ' April 21.— -Eagle, steamer, ,,1 50. ,,.,tpns,,\ Captain AVprner, .from Moreton. Bay the, 18th instant.. ? April :21. —The 'Mary Filkirisj sclVooneK' 88 tons,'...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

wholesale Sydney' Markets. PorLTRV —Fowls. 2i. to 2'-. 6t1. ; 'dnrks, 3?. Od. to3-- 6d ; (,rP(.s«.3-!. Od. to 6V; turkeys, 5a. 6d. to 7s 0d. ; piyfiins, 9(3. p*;r eouplp; roasting -pigs. 2s. 61. U- 3s. each. ? ? i Daiuy' Produce. — Suit butter, 8''- to 9d. ; fce?b,' (??-. Oil. hi !?-. 21. ; ch'psp, 4£-) to 5(1:; bacon, 'F6d. (o 6J'l. pi'r 1b : fgijs, 10(1. to It per dozeii- ? ? ' 'Vegetables —Potatoes, (culunia:) 2 15s. to £3 per ton; onions. 7s. tol4s Od. per cwt. j'cabbMpps, ,2s. 0d. to 3s. Gil-: turnips 1» 6d. ; carrots; Is'. 8 d t 0s. ; paisui|i8. Is. 6d. to 0s. : 'fiumpkins,1 3s. Od. tu 4;:. G'- ; lfi'ucps, 0k. 0b1.; parsipy,' 0s. ; celery, 0-t ()(\. to 0s 0'i ; l«(ks. Od. ; v&ireUble marrow, 2s. per (k'2un or (i- z u V.utiilli-s ; {jrot-n pfHS, 6s. to 7e ; Fn'ncl.lb''ans.2- to 0s Oil. pt-r lnishcl Fnuir. - Or.Hi;.'PS, 3d. to .5d...; lemons; 4d. toOd. ; quinces. 41. to 9d. ; pe^rs. 4-.J. to Is.; apples l3d. io 9(1. ; b,-»qai-as, l.-. ; wator niuluos. 2s Oil. to 3s. 0d. ...

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

COASTERS OUTWARDS. April 17. — Charles Webb, 24, Brown, for Kiama ; Elizabeth, 20, Kember, for the Hawkesbury, Orient, 28, Crann, for Broulee ; Albatross, 32, Dories, for Newcastle. ' ' April 18. — Tamar, steamer, 130, Painej for Morpeth. April 19. — Maria Prudence, 30, , Creswell, for Shoalhaven ; Bee, 12, Smith, for Kiama';. Arcadian, 14, Laughton, for the Hawkesbury; Cygnet, 30, Murray, for Wollongong' ; Susannah, 24, Gregory ; Highlander, 27, Roberts, both for Broulee ; Emma, 20,' Scott ; Stranger, 27, Croad ; Edward'f 29, Hiit-' t -n, all for Newcastle. ' ' * April 21. — Thistle, 'steamer^ 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth. ? - ? ? , ??. ?'??'..? , : April 22. — Young Queen, 31 , Thompson ; Cur rency Boy, 41, M'Neil ; Anna Maria, 49, Bennett; Black Swan, 18, Patterson; John, 20, Morgan; James and Amelia, 33, Scribbins ; Elizabeth, 32, Rennie, ail for Newcastle; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Sea Bird, 20, Miller ; William, 21, Maine, both for Shoal haven ; ...

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

, ; HOUSE AND. ESTATE. AGENCY. . . ,? ?Tftyf ESSES.' W. A. WOOL'. OTT and Iff. J. R. CLARKE, perceiving tbe ne cessity of an establishment in Sydney for' the regis try of Houses and Estates intended to be. let or sold, beg to announce that they purpose opening offices at 555, George-street, next the Bank of Aus tralasia. Establishments of this nature, so usual in England,. afford a desirable medium for both Land lord and Tenant, as thereby much trouble and ex pense is avoided, and all 'necessary publicity .en sured. Parties leaving the colony, and absentee proprie tors entrusting their agencies to us may rely on strict attention to their interests. Kents collected. Coal orders received. April 14. ' NOTICE. ,-: IF ' Sarah Styles,' vrjio arrived' in this - colony by the ' Margaret/' in , 1840, will apply at the Office of the Freeman's JocWal, she will hoar of intelligence to her advantage. DONATIONS aud Subscriptions to the' House of the Good Shepherd, April 23rd. 1851. v , .? ' . f s...

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

IMP-;O'IDN(DfJi;j(N'-.Gj.S.'' .^LivEKVppL.— O(n .the 9th day of April : Red cow, face, belly,' and' tail,' partly ' white,' near ear islit, branded ou the near rump CC or GG, off rump GI/ : white heifer, branded on the oft' rump DR, off shoulder not legible; : brindle cow, white face; belly partly white, both ears cut, branded on the near rump 7 under CO, off rump CL ; yellow poley cow, belly, rump, and tail, partly white, branded on the near ruinp, 7 under OC onthe off rump CL ; white cowy near ear slit, branded on the near rump 7 under CC, off rump CL ; red poley cow, bellv partlv White, branded on the near rump 7 under CC, oif rump CL ; reil:co«',' belly/ and tail, partly white, branded- on the off rump and- thigh 2 over'DC, JK under,* off -shoulder;. 2; white heifer, head partly, red, near ear slit, branded on the near ribs CC, oif rump CL ; brown and white heifer, near ear slit, branded, on .the. off ribs CL ; red heifer, belly and tail partly white, branded on the off rump Dll...

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LETTER FROM THE REV. MR. BEN NEXT TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 April 1851

LETTER FROM THE REV. MR. BEN' ?NEXT -TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. (Concluded from our last.) Mr, Bennett next proceeds to the second section of his letter — rthe subject of Lord John Russell's theology. The first reli gious topic he treats of, following the order of his lordship's own letter, is '* the honour paid to saints.1' This practice, as followed by the Church of England, Mr. Bennett defends as a commemoration in no way. re markable, instancing her dedication of Churches to sains, the special services set apart in honour of them in the prayer-book, and the example of antiquity as proof of its propriety ; and he expresses his desire that Lord John Russell would as a member of his parish, escape from the teaching of Dr. Cumming, in regard to this point of honour paid to saints, because he believes that the Presbyterians deny all idea of that great doctrine, which the Catholic Church has always faithfully clung to, namely, the 'communion of saints.' H* proceeds :— ^ V Your next topic, ...

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Dipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

shipping finulliQviwe* ARRIVALS. April 24.— Phantom, brig, 158 tons, Captain Eromi, from Adelaide the 5th inst. April 24. — Vixen, schooner, 126 tons, Captain M'Kinlay, from Laiinceston the' 13th inst. April 24.' — Essington, brig, 123 tons; Captain Mills, from Port Fairy the 11th inst. April 24.— William ? and James, schooner. 75 tons, Captain 'Rea, from Circular Head the 15th inst. April 24.— Wild Irish Girl, brig, 125 tons, Cap tain Tdild, from Adelaide ttie 15th inst: April 24.— Thomas and Henry, brig, 235 tons, Captain Bennett, from/Adelaide the 9th' inst. April 25. — Wild. Irish Girl, brig, 125. tons, Cap tain Robert Todd, from Adelaide the 15th inst. April 25.— Thomas and Henry, brig, 235 tons, Captain Bennett, from Adelaide, the 16th inst. ' April 25.— -Mary Bannatyne, barque, 535 tons; Captaiu MvKirdy, from Portsmouth the,- 22nd De cember. ;. . .. ; . , , : : ' .. . , ? April 27.— Avon, barque, 260 tons, Captain John Wood, from- .San Francisco the. flth February, and Tahiti...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. FRIDAY. Before W. H. KERR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. FRIDAY. Before W. H. Kesw, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of David G. Jones, an adjourned second meeting. Insolvent was examined on behalf of a creditor, and the meeting adjourned to the 27th instant. In the estate of Thomas Bott Humphrey, a first meeting. ,. Debts amounting to £±6 9s. 4d. were proved. . .-I. ;. .-'. .. . MONDAY. In the estate , of James Ha'nnon, an adjourned single meeting was held. One claim, for £3 5s. 2d., was proved ; the insolvent* and five witnesses were examined, and the meeting was adjourned to the to the 2 id May. In the estate of Samuel Terry Hughes, an ad journed special meeting. Nothing done; further . adjourne 1 to the 1st proximo. ' ' ::' NEW INSOLVENTS. . Henry Thomas Bartlett, having been examined by the Chief Commissioner, in pursuance of the order of His Tlonbr the Chief Justice, as to his al leged insolvency; and his intention lo leave the colony, and the Chief 'Commissioner having re...

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EXECUTION OF WILLIAM HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

EXECUTION OF WILLIAM HAYES. fFrom the Maitlund Mercury, April 26. j Yesterday morning, at nine o'clock the wn?:c. * \ man, William Hayes, convicted at the MoiVt: I Circuit Court, in March, of the murder of Benji'. Cott, on the 13th November last, was execute*! at , the new drop, erected over the gates of the Mail. ? Gaol. Uur readers are aware that on tne »tn n.b :, Hayes made a confession (taken down in wrir :-..?, and signed by him) in the presence of Major ('.-. ?? mer, P.M., the Rev. Dean Lynch, Mr. Cox, ;: i others. The confession was to the effect th'«; ? ? two Stauntons, father and son, killed Cott in H;. ' cabbage ground, in consequence of Cott lm\; ;, threatened to bring John Staunton (the son) ''?- ? ?? the magistrates about some money Cott had ---v him ?? thWt'tie (Hayes) was coming up to the spot at / the 'time, but was not close to them; that the two Stauntons carried away Cott's body, and put it ^n' the drain ; that John A-Hearn, alias Bothered Shawn, came lip suddenly...

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ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING IN PITT STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING IN PITT STREET. The Meeting on Tuesday evening was well at tended, and went off with great spirit. Several eloquent speeches were made by the delegates and other speakers, and the following Resolutions were carried unanimously : — 1. That amongst the blessings which Religion has bestowed upon the World, it has established the intercourse of Mankind upon the basis of acknow ledged duties ; — duties which are not less binding upon nations than upon individuals ; and thatthere is not one of greater obligation than our duty to eur neighbour. 2. That the inundating, by Great Britain, of these Colonies with the crime of the Empire, is net only a violation of her duty to her neighbour, but is destructive of those charities which it behoves the Parent State and her offspring to cultivate ar.d cherish towards each other. 3. That this Meeting accords its deepest sym pathy to Van Diemen's Land, and recognizes, in her admitted wrong, her promised relief, and in the e...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. PR'-ssrA.-We rejoice to be able to state, that since the prorogation of the Prussian Chambers, announced in our second edition of last week, the probabilities of the speedy restoration of harmony between the two great German powers have much increased. The vacancies in the ministry, made by the retirement of M. von Ladenberp, have not yet ..^.tu u,,, uui ii is not DKeiy tnat they will have any effect upon the great question of the moment. It is said that Bavaria and Wurtemburg have protested against the Olmutz Convention ; but their oppositions will probably be overruled. Tiiey wish it is under stood that the conditions required of Prussia at War saw, and the terms of the agreement between Bava ria, Wurtemburg. and Austria, atBregenz should be taken as the basis of the coming conference. Tele graphic dispatches from Berlin, announces that the reduction of the army has been decreed. The Dresden Conferences will c(imm«nnp nn I art, ir,»» A Duel Prevented. -Two Sp...

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