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THE REV. MR. SIBTHORP. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
THE REV. MR. SIBTHIORP. After all, this singular and notable gentleman has not left the communion of the Catholic Church, as appears from the following ex tract from thei English Chufrclan:- Tre Rev. Mr. SsnT nsors.-It has been sut. ficiently amusing to read, within the last few weeks, the speculations of the public press, tlomnanist and Evangelical, on the presumed return of the 11ev. Mr. Sibthorp, to the Anglican communion By the one he was lamented as a lost sheep, a relapsed heretic, who could never again be received as a privileged member of the Church; by the other hailed as a repentant deserter, who, having been odmaitted to view the secret enormities, the hidden abuminations of the enemy's camp, revolted and disgusted with what he witnessed, had rushed back in sorrow and repentance to his ancient standard. And, to complete the triumph, a setter is read with great zest at a public meeting at Bath, by a well.known supporter of (so.called) Evangelical principles, and stated to ...
MEETING OF ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY, AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
MATillNo OF ST. PATitlCK'S SOCIETY, AND TtIM, wlr 2500IKTY FOR, TIXS PROPAGATION OF Tiff; FASTIJ. m -a._ lri The usual monthly meeting of the above societies 1D took place on last Sunday evening, in St. Patrick's tht Church. frc The Very Rev. F. AlsunY, V. G., on taking in the chair, remarked, that nothing but necessity tot compelled thom to assemble in the church, until ex such time as the school-room was fininhed, which Y° he expected would be in a short time. lie hoped there- 'no fore there would not be any of those mnanifestatious of hit approbation wiln which the moating wers arcusn in toated to greet those who subscribed to the funds of me the societies. The house they were then assembled D° in was devoted to religious purposes ; snd it would tri not be proper that those manifestations of applause bt should be practised here as in their other place- of sh meeting, es The collection for St. Patrick's Church was then th proceeded with, and after the various sums had been tet han...
Original Correspondence. JUBILEE AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
Q 1T~tifla al QR01't.rr0)3 1I"filffr. d a- fttltlf rrestlnr. alttfl.EE A l WiNDSOR. MR. EnDToRSAgteenthly to previous arrange bnent res1'rrtira tie jubilee, and to the delightful anticipations of pastors and flock. His Grace tIse n Atchbishop, acecmpanird by the Rev. Mr. M En. tree, arrived here in due time on Monday evening, atd immediately proceeded to the church, which was tastefully prepared for their reception, under lite directinr of the Rev. Messrs. Dunne and Slattery, f whete, about five o'clock, he (ils Gtace) corn ncenced the ceremonies by prayer and benediction alter which, he delivered to a very numerous and respectable auditory, (among shotn were many of our liberal seprrated brethren) the most eloquent, forcible, and soul-moving exhortation that I have ever heard proceed from a Divine, and which I am happy to state, answered the ends for which it was given, nearly to the utmost extent, so much so indeed, that I consider myself justified in saying wilt tire pert, that s...
THE SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
,THE SQUATTERS. Me. FDITror,-1f the devil was going to run away with the colony of Nev South Wales, and take all the squatters with him, they could not cry out more loudly than they have done against Sir George Gipps' new equatting regulations, relative to large stock.holders paying for extra licenses, than which a more equitable tax was never levied, nor one in which his Excellency has shewn his dis cernment and judgment more clearly. In esery part of the colony, Fabic meetings have been called, and numerously attended, by persons of various callings; from the artisan and shop. keeper up to the extensive landowner, which meet. ings have been addressed by members of the Legis lative Council, merchants, lawyers, squatters, doctors, &c., at which resolutions have been pro. proposed and carried, almost unanimously, exp'ess. ing 'heir general disgust at (as they term it) Sir George's unconstitutional act; with their detetomi. nation to resist it by. every means is their power, a...
THE JUBILEE AT WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
THE JUBILEE AT WOLLONGONG. 11a. EmaTOn-Permit me to give to the public, through your journal, some abort ;aecount of the Jubilee, at Wollongong, which this day terminates. I have witnessed here the apostolic exertions ofa laborious clergy; Ijitave been greatly edtfied by the piety and fervour of an unsophisticated, unart fcial people, and I conceive that to many-of your readers some account of both will not betuninterosting. The devotional exercises of this Jubilee were .couducted by the.Archbishop; and although it was understood that his Grace would not open the Jubilee before Wednesday, the 1st of May, so ardent -was the zeal of the parishioners, that as early as Tuesday morning, they assembled in large bodies at Wollongong, whence they proceeded by the Appin road to the foot of the mountain, there to await the arrival of his Grace, and toaescort him thence into town, with every testimony of dutiful respect and .ilial veneration for their chief pastor and Arch bishop. With three c...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
rt -0 ARRIVALS. MAY 5 -From Auckland, 14th April, the brig Trpphsne, 136 tons, Horn, wish manganese, &c., Passengers.-Mrs. Wright and two children, Messrs, Joseph, Bradbury, and Keen. 6.-From Moreton Bay, 2nd instant, the schooner Piscator, 111 tons, inneu, with 92 bales wool, Passengers-Mr Archer, Mr Marchand, and one in the steerage. 5 -From Newcastle, the brig Martha, 121 tons, Wells, with coals.
MISSION OF THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Extract from a Letter of his Lordship Dr. Griffish, Vicar-Apostolic of the Cape, to the Members of the Central Councils of the Association. "Gentlemen, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
ItXISSION OI rHE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. t Extract from a Leuter of his Lordship Dr. Gr Oirh, Vicar-Apostolic of the Cape, to the Members of the Central Counetil of the Association. E' Gentlemen, n "It is time for rae to fulfil the promise I made of forwarding to you a short notice upon too Mission of the Cape I have but few moments at my command to treat on en vast a subject. I shall t sketch it, however, ttrougeh it were Lut to offer to your generous association the hunble tribute of my gratittaie. t "I do not know that any missionary entered this colony before 1832 or 1803, the time when it became the property of the l3atasian republic; under the anterior governoients, whether Dutch or English, c the Catholic religion was not tolerated. There were in it, I have been told, three Dutch Iriests, when Great Britain recovered the dominion of the country in 1806; but I have not been able to discover either tradition or monument that could attest theesistance of any chrutch, or the traces of...
English and Irish Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
OegUieb ant Irishb Extractl. -o Tas Qusan's Rfiarva To WasNoSO CAsTLS. Her Majesty and Prince Albert, attended by the royal suite, arrived at Windsor Castle on Thursday evening from their visits to Sir Robert Peel, and the Dukes of Devonshire and Rutland. The Queen appeared to be in the enjoyment of most excellent health, having experienced but very little fatigue from the lengthened journey of nearly 120 miles from Belvoir Castle. WAsTa LAnns.-EmrzoaATboN.-The Queen has been pleased to appoint Thomas Frederick Elliot, John George Shaw Lefevre, and Charles Alexander Wood, Esqrs., to be commissioners for superin. tending the sale and settlement of the waste lands of the crown in the British colonies, and the con. veyance of emigrants thither. A SPLITr IN Tu CaMP.-It is reported that some difference has taken place in the military branch of the Ordnance, and that it is to be re* moved to the Commander in Chief's oflice. T1:is has been long recommended, and w.ll operate as a general go...
DEATH OF SURGEON COLLES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
DEATH OF SURGEON COLLES. Abraham Colles, Esq., M.D., the eminent surgeon, expired at his residence, 22, Stephen's-green, North, on the evening of Friday, the 1st instant. The malady which led to this fatal termination was disease of the heart, the symptoms of which have been so urgent for the last two years as to induce him to retire from the discharge of the more active duties of his profession. At the period of his decease he was aged 70 years. Mr. Colles was a native of Kilkenny, in which county many of his paternal relations still reside. He embraced the profession, of which he afterwards became so distinguished an ornament, early in life, and speedily attained to eminence. While yet a young man he was appointed to the professorship of surgery in the Royal College of Surgeons, which office he retained for the long period of thirty-four years, discharging its duties with zeal, faithfulness, and singular ability. He was assistant-surgeon at Steeven's Hospital for, we believe, an e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
The Morning Chronicle" Is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extdensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemnen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on Ike 31st March, 30th June, 301h September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amoant due.-Advertisirs should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till counternanded. Orders In discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent, in before six o,'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instractions must be given in writing, and all letrs post paid COMMERCIAL ACADEMY. M R. JOHN MURRAY takes leave to inform young gentlemen who may' be desirous to acquire a knowledge of English Gram. mar, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Su...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
DEVAR'TUltI.S. MAY 4.-Fog Loadou, the barqueSulttana, Lyell, with colooial produce. l'asaengura-Mlesnrs. Legg, Sutherland. (lowers, Burke, and Btyao. 5.-Fur Moreton Bay, the schooner June, Steele, with suudites. 1'assenger-Mr. John Connor. 6.-For Museton Bay, the steamuer Sovereign, Cape, with sundries. Passungesa-Mr. lionell, Mr. Leasnhe, Mr. Ritjige, Captain Grant, and Ensign Ciastera, of the MOtu Rtegimnent, twelve ateerrage passengers, 62 rank and file of the 68th itef.inent, S wo neu, 7 cualdren, and 16 prinoanre of tne Crown. 6.-For lort Phillip, the brig Tobago, Pockley, with sundrien. Pasaeugera-Mrs. iH. Foster, Mliss E. Waterton, Mrs. A. P. Southey, and M1r. C. D. l fasuna.
Select Poetry. THE FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
grtrrt gpodri. -o TIlE FAREWELL. Of thee to think-with thee to rove, Itn fancy, through the gentle bowels That wltnes'ed once our vows of love, In joyous youth's enchanted hours: To picture mnsihood s ardent toils By love's endearing looks repaid; While fancy culled her fairest spoils To deck thy homens domestic shade: To think how sweetly thy control had soothed the wound that aches unseen While griefs that waste the secret soul had passed -pet baps had never been I To dream of hours for ever past, And all that ne'er again can be My best beloved! is this the last, The only solace left to tmo? It must not be-1 may not trust My fancy with the fond review (to, perish in il.e silent dust, Te dreams. that bright with trausport grow I Aye I rain regrets shall soon be o'er, And sterner cares the tumult quell; And this lote bosom throb no more With love and grief's alternate swell. Silent and sad, I go to meet What life may bring of wo or bliss; No other hope can be so sweet. No parting e'...
Insolvency Proccedings. SATURDAY, MAY 4. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 May 1844
Insolvency Proceedings -0- SATURDAY, MAY 4. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of William Drake and Co. a special meeting : J. J. Rogers, of Wiltshire, England, £1588 18s 6d; Shapland and Wreford, &nbsp; of Bristol, £724 8s; the same a second claim, £689 3s 4d; Frederick Underwood, of the same place. £75 13s 6d ; Hillhouse, Hill, and Co., £1199 6s 10d; Brass and Wait, of Bristol. £164 11s 8d ; Charles Capel. £83 19s 9d; Richard Copel, £315 0s 8d; Samuel Spark, £619 1s 7d; C. M. Williams, of Bristol, £985; Rogers and Menguoin, of Bristol, £100. In the estate of Richard Lamb, a special meet ing: J..Thorpe and Co , £5 16s 9d &nbsp; In the estate of Henry Pelerin Dutton, a third &nbsp; meeting : W. Workman, £63 8s 8d ; Thomas Brown and Co, £3 11s 4d; G. S. W. and G Sheppard, of England, £695; the estate of Robert Lord £15 5s; J. Biddell, £7 5s 4d; William Wanett, £15 4s 6d; J. Burgess, £11 4s 10d; Mrs. White, £44 1 s; the Australasian Agricult tural Company, £336 6s ...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 May 1844
.billzej 5ifad'ct0, -o IOORttRTED UP TO LAST8 BIT IN0 .J FLOUR, WHRAT, &o. £ s.d. £. . s. d. Flonur (ne), 1001lts .... .... 0 11 0 to 0 12 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto .... .... 0 0 .. 0 10 0 lread,ll21loaf.... .... .... 0 0 3 .. 0 0 0 Illscuit(ftlue, 'ewt. ... .... 0 0 0 .. 1 . 0 Ditto (second), ditto ........ 0 0 0 .. 018 0 Wheat, Colonial, ~ bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 4 Ditto, V.D. Lund,dito ........ 0 30 .. 0 3 Matie, ditto (wholesnle) .... ... 1 2 .. 0 1 3 DUtto, ditto(retail).... ........ 0 1 .. O 1 0 Bran, p. bushel .......*. .... 0 0 0 .. O 0 10 Unarley, English, ditto .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 lOatse l' bushel (wholesale) .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 U Ditto, ditto (retail) ........ ....0 2 0 .. 0 2 4 Hay, 4 too ........... .... 3 0 0 .. 310 0 Ditto(retall), wt. ....... 0 2 0 .. O 3 3 Wheat Straw, 4'igle load .... 0 10 0 .. 0 12 0 Ditto, perdouble load .:.. ... 1 0 0 .. 1 6 0 Fodder, ditto ...... ... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 3 0 Grass (wholesale), d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 May 1844
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THE JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 May 1844
IN addition to the accounts we have already given of the extraordinary results of the late Jubilee, in promoting religion, virtue, and morality, through the wide extent of this Arch-Bishopric: we have letters from North Richmond, and also from Appin, describing in the most glowing and em phatic language, the effects produced in these districts on all classes-the good improved in goodness-the tepid, inflamed with that holy fire which glowed in the breasts of the rev. pastors and preachers and many-very many of those who had been habitual despisers of grace, and of the sacraments, came to the foot of the altar, penitent, and changed in heart and mind. Such things cannot do otherwise than con sole and gratify every lover of religion and of man :-who, formed as he is to the image and likeness of God, ought also to resemble him (as far as human infirmity will permit) in justice, truth, and holiness. "Be ye perfect," says our divine Lord, " even as your heavenly father is perfect." The nu...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 May 1844
A CAurIous JuDas.-The late Chief Baron O'Grady, father of the gallant officer (Lord Guil lamnor) Aid.de.camp to her Majesty, tried two must notorious follows at the Carlow Assizes, for highway robbery. To the inconceivable astonishment of the Court, as well as of the prisoners themselves, they were found not guilty I As they were being removed from the bar, the Judge, in that manner so peculiarly his own, addressing the jailor, skid, " Mr. Murphy, you would greatly ease my mind if you keep these two respectable gentlemen until seven or hall-past seven o'elock for.I mean to set out for Dublin at five, and I should like to have at least two hours' start of them." ExrnAoniNAnv lblAnIIAGoa.-On Sunday, Ito 3rd instant, at St. |lotulph, Bishopsgate, by the Rev. W. Russell, Mr. Evan Evans to Miss Ellen Groves, boti deaf and dumb. The bridesmaid was also deaf and dumb. Their demeanour appeared most consistent, and the whole party were sensibly impressed with the solemn pledge, having been p...
Insolbency Proceedings. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 May 1844
Sntolbotttý >irocsebtlngi - -0 WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, PROOF OP CLAIMS. In the estate of Robert Dixon, a single meeting : D. Wentworth, Esq., £317 ll 6d; J. Stewart, £27.6e; Statham and Foretor, £16 2s 2d ; J. Ford £3 3s Gd; W. Beames, £12 13e 10d; W. Bland, £6 16s, In the estate of Roger Murphy, a s ecial meeting s. Gilchrist and Alexander, £200 Os bd. In the estate of Edward Youngman, a special meeting: the Union Banking Company £49 18s.
Miscellaneous Extracts. ANOTHER FEMALE SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 May 1844
0(lieodlateouu 3 xtract?. -o ANOTHER FEMALE SAILOR. On Saturday last another of those cases which have of late years been of much more frequent oc currence in this country than we could have sup. posed, in which a female has thrown off her natural attire and assumed that of the lordly part of the creation, developed itself in this town. What the maiden surname of the heroine in the present instance originally was we were unable to learn, her christian name is Margaret; but it seems she is a native of Liverpool, and about eighteen months ago married a man of the name of Johnson, with whom sihe led an unhappy, discontented sort of life for a few months, in consequence of theprofligate and vicious courses he pursued, when he deserted her allogether. At the period of her marriage she had scarcely attained her seventeenth year, and must, at that time, have been extremely good Iooki8g, judSJin from her present appearance, which is ruddy, and we nay add. prepossessing, notwithstanding the ...