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"THE SONS OF SCEVA."—A WARNING TO THE "PUSEYITES." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

'THE SONS OFSCEVA.'— A WARN ING TO THE 'PUSEYITES/' (from the Tablet.) ' '? '? 'The [Puseyite] Clergy are, in some cases, the objects of popular outrage more coarse and dangerous than any which have yet been offered to Roman Catholics....... . We have reason to know that daily, or almost daily, since Lord John's famous epis tle, Mr. Uennett has received letters threa tening his life ; that he has received parcels containing matter of the most loathsome des cription; and that he has been hooted °iu the streets. '! And the Sunday services of- St. ? Barnabas' havo h?et\ RtUnded ever ? since lh« Ml date, by mobs outside and disturbers within, &c, &*, &c .'-I'he Guardian of November 27, 1850. - Tbe present condition ^of that section of « her Majesty's Clergy' commonly called the PuSeyites, is well calculated to excite the commiseration of all feeling persons. ^ Held up to the nation by the First Minister of the Crown as objects, of hatred and scorn diBOwned by the...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. April 25. — Twin Sisters, 25, Byrnes, for Shoal haren ; Jane Williams, 33, Rowlands ; Diligence, 30, Kerr, both for Shoalhaven. ' April 26.— Bard's Legacy, 25, Bloxham, for Shoalhaven ; Plover, 6, Prentice, for Brisbane Water. April 28. — Sister, 45, Hescott ; Elizabeth, 32, Rennie ; James and Amelia, 33, Scrivens ; Active, 40, Melville ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Vixen, 48, Williamson ; Mary Jane, 32, Kelly ; Anna Maria, 49,1 Bennett, all for Newcastle ; Mary Ann, 16, Farrier, for Brisbane Water ; Defiance, 15, Hard wick, for the Hawkesbury. April 29.— Sylph, 23,. Orphen, for Brisbane Water ; Young Billy, 20, Carbuss, for the Hawkes bury ?? Edward, 29, Hutton ; Primus, 36, Lever; Sacramento, 41, Watts; Elizabeth, 38, Brown; Paterson Packet, 41, Brown ; Warlock, 23, Gibson; Clarissa, 60, Campbell ; Coquette, 72, Johnson, al for Newcastle. ' April 24. — Rover, 15, Shaw, for the Hawkesbury

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Freeman's Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George-street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Goulburn-streets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta atreet, and Mr. Thomas McEncroc, Grocer, SusBex street. Market Wharf.

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COATERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

a™,, P^^RS INWARDS. Br W i-'' UVrren°y Lass, 20, Wilkins, from fS]l70:s^3^FerS»^n5f'-omShoalhaven; , A ' £ ' 41' Brow'' ^''''Newcastle. H'c£ It pMavyJane' 32- Kel]y; Mothers, 27, M«\eil -R I. ' 'o ' MorSan5 Currency Boy, 41, tep lack S''an' 1{J- Patterson; Active, 40 St U ?'» 3 Hesco' ; Sacramento .41 &tTl*' ?'^: Vixe»- 45, Williamson Bride 9d4m^ 3^?rivens' ail fi^ Ne^'castle Anril on aveshaft'' ft-om the Hawkesbury. Kesbmy; Sybh, 23, Orpoii, from Brisbane Water; Elizabeth, 31, Brown ; Margaret, 20, Lam' bert ; Primas, 36, Lever ; Warlock, 43, Gibson, aU from Newcastle ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. April 24. — Wave, 17, Lobb, from Shoalhaven; George, 34, Jones, from Broulee.

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VISITATION OF THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

VISITATION OF THE SICK. {From the Bamller.) Tbe visitation ot tne sick is enner me most comforting or the most disheartening part of a priest's duty. At times he will feel that he is sent for merely cs a matter of loutine, his ministrations will be coldly ac- I : cepted, and his vieit evidently regarded as rather a call for patience than a subject of satisfaction. Even where the sick themselveB are glad and thankful (as is most commonly the case) to see him, the by-standers and at tendants may possibly contrive to impress j him with the painful sense of being in the way. This discomfort is apt to be found particularly in hospitals and workhouses, where the frequent sight of misery has an unhappy tendency to blunt the feelings of compassion, and to induce a business-like way of regarding tbe ministrations of reli gion, as well as of corporal charity. And yet we have been told by more than one priest, that the exceptions to this rule are I more numerous than might at first be sup pose...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

IMP O UN D INGS. Windsor. — On the 11th April 1851 : One bay filly, about 18 months old, branded on near shoulder IN. If not claimed, will be sold on the 4th May next. C. Sommers. 9s. ' Richmoxd. — On the 20th day of April, 1851, by George Guest : Red and white heifer, ES oft rump, ear marked, 2 year old ; damages Is. If not re leased in 24 days they will be sold. J. Poole. 9s. Scone. — From Yarrundi, April 14th: red and white cow, PF off rump, with PF under off thigh, PF off ribs ; slate coloured stag, TR off rump, T off thigh ; damages Is. ? 6d. ; also, from Blair-more: clue and white steer, IL with --i under near shoul der ; red heifer, TO near rump and ribs, both ears marked, 2 years old,; white bull calf, unbranded, 6 months old; also, from Cressfield, on the 19th : strawberry bullock, JF. off rump, G off shoulder ; damages Gd. If not duly released, they will be sold on the 19th of May. Matthew Collins. 11s. 6d. - '?'?'?', IUthukst.— On the 19th day of April, 1851,: — Red and w...

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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

WHOLES-ALB MARKET PRICES. Grain. — Wheat, per bushel, 7s. 3d. to 7s. 8d. Barley, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 9d. Maize, 2s. 9d. to. 3s. Oats, 2s. 6d. to 3s. Poultry. — Fowls, per couple, Is. 8d. to Is. lOd. Ducks, 2s. to 2s. 6d. Turkeys, 5s. to 7s. Geese, 5s. to 6s. Eggs, per dozen, 9hd. to lOid. Dairy. — Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. Cheese, 4d. to 5d. Bacon, 4d. to 5d. Pigs, each, per lb., 2hd. to 3d. Calves, 10s. to 16s. .Sundries. — Potatoes, black, per cut, 3s. 6d. to 4s. Van Diemen's Land potatoes 5s. to 5s. 6d. Onions, 8s. to 10s. Black wattle Bark, per ton, 50s. to 60s. Green-wattle Bark, 70s. to 75s. ? Honey, per pound, 2Ad. to 3d. Wax, 8d. to lOd. Tallow, per cwt., 27s. to 29s., the price of the. chandlers. Hay, Lucerne, per ton, 65s. to 75s. Oaten, per ditto, 60s. to 70s. DAVIES AND DUFFIN, Commission Agents. 91, York-street. April 30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

* UNAVOIDABLY POSTPONED, in consequence of; the inclemency of the weather. . Wednesday, May 7. to, merchants, shipowners, and capi TALISTS. CHOICE CITY PROPERTY AT MILLER'S POINT. 'With Dekp Water Frontage Jo Darling Harbour, be.tween the. Australian Agricultural Company's and Boyd's late Wharf, and between Woolstone Cottage (occupied by. John Lane, Esq.) and the residence of J.-Comrie, Esq , IN CROWN-STREET) To be sold at Auction, ??- BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, At his Mart, On WEDNESDAY, MaY 7, At eleven o'clock precisely, IN T A SPACIOUS ALLOTMENTS, as per .^' Plan, to be on view at the Auctioneer's. Title— A, Grant from the Crownv QUIT-RENT REDEEMED. Mr. SAMUEL LYONS lias been, honoured with instructions, to dispose of this highly valuable Pro* perty , which occupies a most favourable site for. Build- ing-, being a retired and pleasant spot for residence. The CROWN-STREET ALLOTMENTS are in a much admired and elevated position, while the whole of them command a delightful view of the Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

FRIDAY, MAY 2. ....'..- POSITIVE SALE OF CHOICE CITY PROPERTY. IN GFPPS WARD. CONSISTING OF — EIGHT BRICK HOUSES ON STONE BASEMENTS, . 4 in Prince-street, neatly opposite the NATIONAL SCHOOL, And, 4 in their rear, with stuccoed fronts, facing Cumber land-street ; . ...... Yielding a Rental at ,.r p rate of about £257 per annum. .:.$-.: . :'?'?? i-ie/:' ..?'?' '.';.? v-j-:. A Grant from, thf Crown. Quit Rent Redeemed. .: MR. SAMUKL LYONS. ,.: Has been favoured with instructions from the Pro prietor to dispose of the whole of the above com pact and lucrative property, ' ? At his Mart, On FRIDAY, 2nd May, At 11 o'clock preci.-ely, IN EIGHT LOTS, As per plan now on view at the Auctioneer's. ? HH HE II O USES in Prince-street H, CONSIST OF Lot i. Occupied by Mr. Flavin, grocf-r, containing 5 Rooms and Store-room, frontage to Prinee-street 15 feet, by a depth of about 47 feet ; rein 15s. per wei-k. * Lot 2. Occupied by Mr. Ryan, containing -5 Rooms ami Siore-room, frontage to , Pnnce-strp...

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MEETING OF THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION LEAGUE AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 May 1851

MEETING OF THE ANTI-TllANSPORTATIO:, LEAGUE AT PAERAMATTA. A Public Meeting was held at the Court How-, Parramatta, on Saturday last tor fether the objev:.* of the League. The delegates from Hobart Tow. . Launceston, and Melbourne, took part in the pr - ceeding's, and the following resolutions were pasM . Moved by Mr. Wiugut, and seconded by I..: Wools : — ' That this meetting cordially welcomes f :? Delegates from Van Diemen's Land and Victor- . and applauds the purpose and the patriotism wh:- i- have brought them to this colony and town.' Moved by Mr. Weston, and seconded by,tv:\ Rev. Mr. West .— ' That the social and moral wrongs suffered J ; Van Diemen's Land, and through her by the ot: ?? colonies of Australasia, from the present ? piv ) policy of her Majesty's ministers, claim the sv.: pathy, and invoke the interposition of their felkv - subjects throughout the Empire.' Moved by Mr. Westgakth, aud seconded by :w . Rutledge : — ' That as Transportation inflicts the greatest 3 -...

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ANTI-TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

ANTI-TRANSPORTATION. The following is a letter from the Lord Bishop of Sydney to the Anti-Transportation Committee : Gentlemen, — Subsequently to our interview, yes terday, when you did me the honour to wait upon, me as a deputation from the Anti-Transportation Association, I had an oppertunity of bestowing more mature consideration upon the subject ; the result of which has been to satisfy me that my reply to such an application ought not to be limited to the few words which I was enabled to address to you personally, and which at the moment you were so kind as to accept . It is unnecessary to re capitulate the reasons which compelledme, I thought. to decline granting the use of one of our 'School Rooms for the purpose of holding in it a Public Meeting of the friends of the Society which yon $ represented, and also to absent myself from such j| meeting held in any other place. If in making || these decisions I err on the side of caution, it is »m & error, I trust, on the ri...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

FRIDAY. On Friday the Legislative Council was prorogued, His Excellency the Governor left Government House shortly after twelve o'clock, accompanied by His Honour the Superintendent of Port Phillip, His Excellency the Major-General Commanding, and Staff, Colonel Bloomfield, and the Heads of the Commissariat, Ordnance, and Medical departments. The escort was formed of twelve of the Mounted Patrol. A Company of the 11th Regiment, with the Band and Queen's colours, was stationed at the Council Chambers as a guard of honour. Salutes were fired from Fort Phillip as His Excellency left Government House, and as he left the Chamber. The Speaker took the chair at twelve o'clock precisely. BUSINESS OF TIIE SESSION. The Speaker reported that his Excellency the '. Governor had assented to the following Bills, viz : — 1. The Victoria Public Officers Jurisdiction Bill ; 2. The City Rates Bill ; 3. The Victoria Electoral Bill ; 4. The New South Wales Electoral I Bill ; and 5. The Victoria Revenue ...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

THURSDAY. The Speaker took the chair at half-past three. . CONVICT IMMIGRATION FIIO3I VAN PIEMEN'S LAND. Mr. Moor said that convicts had benn sent to Port Phillip from Yan Diemen's Laud, and he wished to ask the Colonial Secretary, first, whether any information had been received by the Govern ment here ; secondly, whether any steps had been taken to repel this convict invasion of the Port Phillip District ? _ The Colonial Secretary said the whole ques tion would be the subject of a correspondence be «'ccu iuc -juvcianiirui,o ai vail JJieiueuS Jjailu anfl Port Phillip. THE NEW CONSTITUTION ACT. Mr. Wentwortii now rose to move the resolu tions, of which he had given notice, with reference to the above Act. 1. That the declaration and remonstrance against the New Constitution Act, 13 and 14 Victoria, c. 59, be adopted and entered on the minutes of this House. 2. That an address be presented to his Excellency the Governor, re questing that he will transmit a copy of this decla ration a...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. The Speaker took the chair at half-past three o'clock. IMMIGRATION RETURNS. A message was brought in from His Excellency the Governor, transmitting certain returns with reference to the immigration department, applied for by an address from the Council on the 11th of April.' Ordered to be printed. VICTORIA ELECTORAL BILL. This Bill was recommitted for the purpose of verbally amending several of its clauses. Those amendments were made as well as other changes necessarv to make the provisions of this Bill accord with those of the New South Wales Electoral Bill. The question which, arose on Tuesday evening, as to the propriety of allowing non-resident electors to record their votes at the places of their residence, was again opened up in the consideration of this measures. The principle was negatived by a majority of 1 1 to 10. The Bill having been formally reported, to the House, and the report adopted, it was ordered to be engrossed and read a third ti...

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Domestic Intelligence. OPENING OF ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

momeztic Intelligence. 1 OPENING- OF ST. AUGUSTINE'S I CHURCH, BALMAIN. I The beautiful little church of St. Augus- i\ tine was dedicated to the service of Almighty ;? God on Monday last. The magnificence of J the ceremonial with which Holy Church teaches her children to do homage to their J Lord, was enhanced by the exceeding bril- J liancy of tbe day. The fair month of Mary, I wanting though it be in the poetry with | which the snrini? season is invested in the I old world, is no less lovely in point of mild- j ness and sweetness of climate tban it is at M home, and on this auspicious day especially, ;| all nature seemed to smile upon the work of I love. The eminence on which is now reared . I the sign of our redemption, commands a pa- -. I noramlc view of the harbour, and the spire I with which it is crowned seems as an emblem I of the adoration due from the world to its I Creator. . M Shortly after eleven o'clock the Western ? doors of the Church were thrown open, and ? the Cros...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. May 1.— Eagle, 28, Tyrrell, for Newcastle. May 2.— Helen, 69, Edy ; Shamrock, 84, Rey nolds ; Mermaid, 20, Campbell, all for Newcastle ; Twin Sisters, 25, Barnes, for Shoalhaven. May 3.-— Charles Webb, 24, Brown ; Bee, 12, Smith, both for Kiama ; Dove, 13, Vallack, for Shoalhaven, May 5.— Phantom, 23, Settree; Magnet, 17, Selmon; Victory, 19, Fisher; Gitana, 15, Fran cisco ; Kainbow, 19, Pennington, all for Brisbane Water ; Scout, 23, Lowther ; John, 20, Morgan ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley j Clarissa, 60, Campbell, all for Newcastle ; Bride, 19, Shakeshaft ; Mary Ann, 12, Christie, both for the Hawkesbury ; Agnes Napier, 36, Watters, for Broulee. May 6.— William the Fourth, ?? steamer, 54, Sul livan, for Wollongong ; Sister, 45, Heskett; Eliza beth, 32, Rennie; Pompey, 45, Carthery ; Currency Boy, 41, Macneil ; Warlock, 43, Gibson ; Australia, 45, Williams ; Edward, 29, Hutton : Primus, 36, Ije^-er, all for Newcastle.

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CHURCHES AND CHAPELS IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

CHURCHES AND CHAPELS IN SCOTLAND. Aberdeenshire .... 10 'Kirkcudlirightshire 4 Argyleshire ? 3 Lanarkshire ? 12 Ayrshire ? 3 Linlithgowshire . . 1 Banffshire ? 10 Morayshire ? 2 Buteshire ? J Peebjesshire ..;;.. o Caithnessshire . . , , 1 Perthshire ,. ...... 4 Dumbartonshire . . 2 Renfrewshire .... 5 Dumfriesshire. .... 3 Bossflhire ........ 1 Edinburghshire .. 5 Roxburghshire ? 1 Forfarshire ...... 3 Stirlingshire ? 3 Invernesshire . . ; . l& Wi'gstonshire ? 2 K:ncardin8hire ' 1 Total of churches and chapels in Scotland, 97 ; besides 26 stations where divine service is performed. Grand total of Cathplic churches and chapels in Great Brltajn, 694,

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt o{ money letters in this part of oar paper. Received from J. M , Gealong .. £8 6 4 J. C. Melbourne -.10 3 7

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. May l.—CCharies Webb, 24, Brown ; Bee, 12, Smith, both from Kiama ; Nut-brown Maid, 22;, Melville, from Broulee. May 2. — Mermaid, 20, Campbell, from New castle ; Dove, 29, Redman, from Brisbane Water. May 3. — Orient, 30, Grain; Susannah, 24, Gre gory, both from Broulee ; Wild Duck, 95, Laverack ; jftenry, 15, Bridson ; Dove, 13, Vallack, all from Shoalhaven. May 5 — Coquette, 72, Johnson ; Clarissa, 60, Campbell; Edward, 2.7, Hutton ; John, 20, Morgan ; Brothers, 2.7, M'Cauley; Scout,23,Lowther; Mary Jane, 32, Kelly, all from Newcastle ; Midshipman, 26, Milhane ; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Gitana, 15, Francisco; Victory, 19, Fisher; Magnet, 17, Selmon ; Phantom, 23, Settree, all from Brisbane Water ; Susan, 28, Martin ; Peacock, 18, Hamley, both from the Hawkesbury. May 6.-^-Australia, 45, Brown; Elizabeth, 38, Brown ; Pompey, 45, Cattery ; Elizabeth, 32, Kennie ; Sister, 45, Hescott i Currency Boy, 41,, M'Neil ; 'Warlock, 43, Gibson, all from Newcastle ; Cricket ...

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COLLEGES, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

COLLEGES, In England there are 19 Catholic colleges, via?.^ St. Edmund's Hertford- St. Cuthbertls, Ushaw, shire. '' Durham. SS. Peter ^nd Paul, Sp- St. Lawrence's, Yorkshire. ' mersetshire. '* St. Edward's, Lancashire. St. : Gregory's, Somerset- Mount St. Mary's. Derby shire., shire, ' . ' ' Stqnyhurst, Lancashire, College of the Immacu St. Mary's, Staffordshire. late .Conception, Lei ' , '? ? cestersbire. , In, Scotland, one college, viz., St. Mary's, Blair's, Kincardirieshirey

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