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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

AGENTS FOR THE' CHRONICLE. GOULBoRN-MI. GAmnaY. BsnixA-Ma. B. M'MAnow. PATERSON-Ms. J. O'SULLIVan. PAESAUAuTA -Ma. P. CARDIFF. Poar PUILLP -Ma. J. BuLLN.z. WOLLONoooGo .. THOMAS FOWLER. BATHUrST-Ma. T., Jonas. QUBANBBTAN-Ma. J. J. WaIeur. MArrTLAND-MR. T. MABONT. CAXPBELLTOWN, &C.- Mz. M'ALISTEZ. WINDSOR-MS. JAMES CASSIDY. PENaRnI-MR. JAMES M'CARTNY. Jsaar's PLAINS-MR. J. J. HARPUL. BunwooiA-MaR. EDWARD HUGHES. ADELAIDE-MR. JOHN NOWLAND. YAss-Ma. C. ROURKE. GERtNos--MI. Jona Moarur CLAsuncB TOWN AND DoUNoo - Ma. DaENI4 Published in the Vnited Kingdom, by Mr. Joxgs, 33, PArsaNosrEa-now, LoNDoN. MR. W. J. BArrTasaE, 10, Essax-Ru.ieD,*PA&' LIAMENT-STREET, DuBLIN. Printed for Ibe Proprietor by EDWARD JOHN HAWKS' LEY, of Iedfern, in the County of Cumberland, and pub* rilhed by him at the Chronicle OfBoe, No. IV, Efng-sttatt et. S douy, New Sou:h WuaIs.-Sauurday. Fcbtuary 6, 13M?.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

l7artcUrs. -0 AxERICAe ELOQUExCE.-The following is an extract from a speech of General Buncum in favour of 5-1440:-" Mr. Speaker-When I open my eyes, and look over the vast expanse of this ,country when I see how the yeast of freedom has caused it to rise in the scale of civilization, and expand upon every side-when I see it growing, swelling, roar ing, like a spring freshet-I cannot resist the idea, sir, the day will come when this great nation, like a young school-boy, will burst its straps, and become entirely too big for its boots. Sir, we want elbow room-the continent the whole continent, and no thing but the continent-and we will have it. Then shall Uncle Sam, placing his hat upon the Canadas, rest his right arm upon the Oregon and California coast, his left upon the eastern seaboard, and whitle away the British power, while reposing his right leg, like a freeman, upon Cape Horn ! Sir. the day will-the day must come."-Mew York Sun.

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KINSALE DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

KINSALE DEPUTATION TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT. This deputation, consisting of the Rev. W. R. Meade, Cik. Vicar of Kinsale, the Rev. D. Murphy, D. D., P. P., of Kinsale, Robert L. Dunn, and Charles G. Gibbons, Esqrs., waited on his Excel lency the Lord Lieutenant at the Viceregal Lodge, Phenix Park, at a quarter before three on Saturday, and presented a memorial to his Excellency, praying for government aid towards the construction of a bridge across the river Bandon at Kinsale, and pointing out the fearful results, from the total destruction of the potatoe crop In the district. The following memorial was read by the Rev. Mr. Meade, in a clear, distinct voice, and was listened 'to by his Excellency with great attention: -o To his Excellency the Earl of Bessborough, Lord Lieutenant General and General Go vernor of Ireland. The Memorial of the Rate-Payers of the Baronies of Kinsale and Courcies, and County of Cork. " Respectfully Sheweth " That this District having been visited by the Pota...

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STEAM NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

STEAM NAVIGATION. The following is that portion of "the Report of the Sub-Committee on Steam Communication with Australia" to which we alluded in our last, ant pro maised to insert in our present number : ROUTE NO. 4. England to Singapore, thence to Swan River, 'thence to Adelaide, thence to Port Phillip, thence to Sydney-distance, 13,120 miles; time, 71k days. RETURN ROUTE NO. 4. Sydney to Port Essington; thence,via Lombock, 'to Singapore; thence to England-distance, 12,790 miles; time, 041 days. By the route No. 4, the voyage to Sydney would -be effected in 71k days from England, or 70 with -allowance for stoppages. The route No. 4, departing from Singapore, tra verses 2,200 miles of ocean to Swan River, occupy ing 14 days; it then proceeds to Adelaide, 1450 niles, 9 days; and continues to Port Phillip, 480 miles, 21 days; and advances to Sydney, 600 miles, :3 days; from these returns via Torres Straits to TPort Essington, 2340 miles, 12 days; and complet riag the circuitatSingapo...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

IMPORTS. February 3.-Ratclfe, ship, 739 tons, Captain Gilbert, from London :-50 barrels and 56 half-bar rels herrings, 11 bales linens, 12 casks Port wine, 30 casks Tenerilfe wine, 107 chests tea, 155 casks bottled beer, Smith and Campbell; I box, R. Gram ham.; 1 case silver plate, 2 cases, M. Birnstingl 200 deals, 334 casks bottled beer, 53 cases wine, 50 cases Geneva, 92 cases, 1 hogshead, 50 jugs, 12 bales merchandise, 25 pockets hops, J. Gilbert; 5 cases, Cooper and Holt; 5 cases 3 casks and 2 bags, G. Small; 1 case, J. D. Phelps; 100 casks bottled beer, 5 cases eau de Cologne, 2 cases $erfumed spirits, 120 kegs 46 cases pickles, 13 cases confec tionery, 1 ease soap, 1 ease perfumery, 25 boxes sperm candles, 24 kegs tobacco, 9 cases 1 cask toys, 80 boxes 20 bales 24;cases merchandise, T. Smith and Co.; 21 bars iron, I cask, L. Iredale; 8 bales, J. Smith; 68 casks blacking. 5 trunks shoes, R. Ramsay and Co.; 1 sheet lead, 61 bars and 36 bundles iron, 1 sheet Iron, 2 barrels gunpo...

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Court at Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, FEB. 1. Before the Chairman and Major Smyth, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

Court at Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, FEB. 1. Before the Chairman and Major Smyth, J.P. Edward D. Ogilvie and Henry Hughes, Esqrs. were sworn in as magistrates of the territory. William Mills was indicted for feloniously receiv- ing a watch, the property of one John Walker. The Jury found the prisoner not guilty, and he was discharged. Edward Robertson was indicted for stealing wear- ing apparel, the property of one Richard Barber. The Jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to be transported for seven years. Michael Leyden and James Kent were indicted for assaulting one Thomas McManus, with intent to rob him. Mr. Purefoy appeared for the prisoner Ley- den. The Jury found both prisoners not guilty, and they were discharged. James Cook was indicted for stealing several patty pans, the property of one Joseph Jones. Mr. Nichols appeared for the prisoner. The Jury found the prisoner not guilty, and he was discharged. John Jones was indicted for feloniously receiving a watch, t...

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Original Correspondence. MR. RUSDEN'S LETTER. To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. Goulburn, Jan. 19th, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

1~R. RUSDEN'S LETTER. 'Tb the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. Goulburn, Jan. 19th, 1847. Sia-I beg leave, through the medium of your journal, to lay before the public some facts relative to a letter, signed G. W. Rusden, which appeared In the Herald of the 12th instant. 'Had Mr. Rusden published a correct list of the partles who voted on this occasion, and appended -ecich man's calling to his-name, there would have been no reason to complain; for it certainly is a source of honest pride to those carpenters, shoe makers, tailors, &c., that their names are recorded -as men who were not to be " won by'the smiles nor :intimidated by the frowns of the great," to do what ethey knew would bring aipositive curse on the co Ilony. But Mr. Rusden has not done this; he has " misrepresented a great number of the parties on * Loth sides, and introduced the name of one man who was .not even in the town on that day, as Mr. * Rusden-well knew, because that man happened to be a water-carrier....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

" The iydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South.{Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 317t Marc 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise thcy are contine discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock'on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday;., but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Al 'instructions must be given in writing, and nil letters post pid NOTICE. - T HE SUBSCRIBERS, to this Paper, and the Public in general, are respect fully informed, thct the following rules will in future be strictly adhered to; ,N SYDNEY-The Subscription is Ten Shillings per quart...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1847. MR. WENTWORTH IN LONDON. "Dum vivimus, vivamus" [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, F.BRUARY 6, 1847. MR. WENTWOIILT H IN LONDON. " Dum vivimus, vivamus" MIGHT appear to our distant observers both friendly and hostile, to have been the motto which the most distinguished personages in our colonial community have selected as characteristic and justificatory of our prin ciples and practice. It cannnot be denied that sometime back, the desire of this -species of corporeal gratification had glaringly manifested itself throughout the entire circle of our society. 7 he bitter taunts of our late Governor, Sir George Gipps; relative to the broken Cham pagne bottles with which the roads he had traversed were strewed, provoked the ire of those whose conduct they were intended to reprove.; but they at the same time sarcas tically 'announced -a melancholy fact. The multitude of splendid carriages (now al lotted under the jurisdiction of our notable City Council, and the management of a class of persons bearing the generic and cuphonius name of ca...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

Port tilfjitp. -0 - The reaction which has taken place in the affairs of Swan River, is likely to lead to changes of very great importance to all the other colonies. The dis covery of coal especially will have a material influ ence upon the decision of her Majesty's government as to whether the eastern or western line of steam communication should be opened up.-Geelong Ad vertiser. CAPE OTw.AY.-Mr. Surveyor Smythe has just returned from his third exploratory journey into the Cape Otway country. Hle has been absent three months, and during that time lie has surveyed (not merely passed over) seventeen hundred miles of a territory not hitherto known. This distance, of course, includes all his turnings and windings along the indentations of the coast and the rivers, &c., which he traced. We are not yet in a position to give a full account of his discoveries; but there is one important feature which deserves especial no tice, and that is, that in the bight between Cape Otway and ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

Mn. 3. T. HUcsrlIs.-Yesterday, Mr. John Terry Hughes was tried before the Court of Quarter Sessions for stealing an order, and spn tenced to six months' imprisonment, the last. Week in each month in solitary confinement. tCiIooL or AnTs.-On'Tuesday evening last, the annual meeting of the members of the above institution was held in their theatre; the chair being occupied by Arthur a'Beckett, Esq., Vice President of the institution. From the report which was read by the Secretary, it appeared that during the pre ceding year, 215 members had been enrolled, and that the roll of membership now shoewed *a total number of 515. From the Treasurer's report, it appeared that, over and above the expenses of the year, there was 1201. 3s. 10. In the Bank of- New South Wales; 731. Os.. Od. in the Savings' Bank . and IU, 7s. 7d. in the Treasurer's hands, making a total of 1911. 15s, 111d. After tlho business of the meeting had been gone through, the Vice President announced the result of the ball...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, FEB. 2. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

49tlet'lnratet Gapette, -0 TUESDAY, FEB. 2. 1)IPOUNDINGS. Campbelltown, on the 25th day of January, from Mr. Samuel Loveley's farm-brindle cow, white on belly and hind legs, halt the tail white, white on face, both eyes spotted, piece out of ear, the near horn down, the off horn straight, branded like M and a diamond on rump milking side, like H-P with 1 and 2 under on thigh, 41 on off ribs, aged; brindle heifer, hooped horns, white on belly, branded like JO on near rump, rising three years old ; blue sided cow, white on back, belly, and tail, near hind leg white, the other three black, black spot on the butt of the tail, straight horns, the off ear torn ap parently by dogs, near ear marked, branded RP on rump milking side, about three years old ; brown heifer, little white on back and belly, spot on the tail, white spot on hind legs, branded IC on near rump, rising three years old; white poley heifer, red neck and head, blaze down the face, swelling on the neck off side, branded J ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 February 1847

BIRTH. At Goulburn, on the 23rd January, Mrs.   J. O'Sullivan, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GOULsURN-Ma. CAanrN. BwtxmA-Ma. B. M'MaHox. PATERSON-Ma. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRASATTA *Ma. P. CARDIFF. - PORT PuILLIP -MR. J. BULLEN. VOLLONOONO-MR. THOMAS FOWL1a, BATHUaST-MR. T. JoNES. QUsANBETAN-MR. J. J. WRIGHT, MAITL.AND-Ma. T. MAHONY. CAMPBsalrOWN, &c.-Ma. M'ALISTER, WINDSOR-Ma. JAMES CA5BIpy. Y PanRiir-MR. JAMEB M'CARTHY. JaRar's PLAINS-MR. J. J. HARPUo. BuNoOn;A-M4. EDWARD HUGIjES. ADELAIDE-M . JOHN NOWRAAII. YASSa-MR. C. I OURRR. GERLONo-MR. JOHN MURPHY: CLARnAca TowN AND DUNGOQ. - Mr. PAi1 TIERNEY. Published in the United Kingdom, by MR. Jones, 03, PATERNQaTER-ROW, LONDON(. Mg. W. J. BATTERBse, 10, ESSEn1-DNDOg , PAR! LIARENT-STREET, DUBLIN. Printed for the Proprietor by EDWARD JOHN HAWKSi LILY, of Itedfern, In the County of Cumberland, and-pub 11-hed by him at the Chronicle Oliae, No. 113, King.stree) East, Syduey, Neu South Wales.-W1ducdaa4y, Fcbrgart 104 187.

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THE LATE PROCEEDINGS IN THE VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT.—RESIGNATION OF THE MARSHAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

THE LATE PROCEEDINGS IN THE VICE ADMIRALTY COURT.-RESIGNATION OF THE MARSHAL. THAT great good arises out of great evil, everyone, even the commonest observer of things as they are. will readily acknow ledge, when he calls his memory to the aid of his decision. A most notable instance of this beneficent controul which Provi dence holds over all our social andpolitical doings, is to be .found in the dictum of our SupremeýCourt in its admiralty jurisdiction, and the resignation by the Marshal of his office in consequence. With the travail or the skill of Mr. Bre nan in his vocation we have now nothing to do, nor less have we occasion to comment on the pique, or the ruse, of Mr. Elyard's official relinquishment of the high, dignified position he had so long and peaceably main tained. But with the result of both these mea sures we hasten to express our satisfaction, and to offer our congratulations to the whole commercial world, that part of it we mean who have intercourse with the port,...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Before the Chief Commissioner. FRIDAY, FEB. 5. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Before the Chief Commissioner. FRIDAY, FEB. 5. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of John Outram Wascoc, William Piesley proved a claim for 71. 18s. ed. After the insolvent had been examined for several hours, the meeting was adjourned until the 13th inst. SATURDAY, FEB. 0. In the state of Thomas MPKeon, a single meet ing: Richard Fawce:t, 1211. 6s. 5d. The insolvent was examined at some length, and the meeting was then adjourned until the 11th Inst. MONDAY, FEB. 8. In the estate of Mary Anne West, an adjourned single meting : James Millar, 51. 18s. 1}d. The insolvent was allowed to retain her furniture and wearing. apparel.

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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

S1vlls MAILS. SMails will be closed at the Post Office as follows Foil E t.Aan.-13y the George this evening by the IW'inscales and Sapphire on Friday evening at 6. Foa AucaLANo. .By the Maukin, on Saturday avaning at U.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

WONDERaUL, IP TauB.-There is now living at Farrington Gurney a young woman named - Comber, aged about 20 years, daughter of James Comber, stone mason; who has not tasted a morsel of solid food for the last nine years. In or about the year 1837 she had a sister who died, and the occu pation of her mother required her absence daily from home, leaving the present afflicted daughter in the house with the corpse. It is conjectured that this circumstance. affected, her mind, and worked upon her nerves so strongly that it hiducedT heraffliction. She in a short time gradually weakened and took to her bed, where she was seized with lock-jaw, and from that tiiie to the present she has not opened her mouth. The onlyscistenance which has been taken Into her stomach is fluid, which is passed into her mouth with a spoon through a small opening where a tooth is missing. And although lying in this state for such a length of time, she has grown nearly six inches in length she is quite sensible, happ...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETRE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

WBRSKLY ETEO1LOLOGxaAL TA1LE. VARIATION 01 TUB TURUMOOBTRA, g. 5N. N.* K.. WIND.I WBDNMSDAT. ...FMD. 3 00 170 00 S.S R ainy TnuamoAr ..... 4 7)1 80176 iN.S. ICleru VMDAY ......... 6 701 78576 ) 8.0. 5cloudy BATORDAY .:...... 6 70, 76 741 8.E. Windy 'SUDA .........70601 72 70 N.W. Clear MONAY .......8.70 78 70 S.E. DIuo Mean temiperature, 730.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 February 1847

DEPARTURES. February 6.-Regia, brig, Captain Johnson, for Adelaide. Passengers -Mr. J. F. Ross;Miss Ross, Mrs. Raliegh, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon and child, Messrs. E. Brown, J. Kelly, A. Slack, and G. Sap stead. 6.-Louisa, brig. Captain Millton, for Hobart Town. Passengers-Messrs. WV. Johnson, Littleton, W. Cue, George Allen, Mr. and Miss Beal, and two soldiers. 6.-Empire, American ship, Captain Veeder, for the Whale Fishery. G.-Calypso, brig, Captain Harrold, for Batavia. G.-Urgent, ship, Captain Tucker, for London. Passengers-Messrs. Tuckett, B. S. llaigh: Yates, J. Beit, W. Beit, Beit. jun., and Wilson. G.-Java, American whaling ship, Captain Brownson, for the Whaling Groands. 6.-South Carolina,. American ship, Captain Gardner, for the Whale.t"ishery. 8.-Alligator, schooner, Captain Cook, for the South Sea :;Ilands. Passenger-Captain J. Banks.

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