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THE PROPOSED INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

THE PROPOSED INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. We have already more than once, in our . leading columns, adverted to the proposed Industrial Exhibition of October next. But the subject is of so much importance that public attention t cannot be too often or too forcibly drawn to it. We make no apology, therefore, for touching upon it once more. Most earnestly do we entreat our readers to consider well the influence which success or failure in this undertaking will have upon the future destinies of New South Wales, and to bestir themselves in such a way as to render failure impossible. Deep and lasting injury has the apathy of the manufacturers already inflicted upon - their own interests and those of the country. What can be more likely to damage our reputation at home than our utter neglect of the advantages ' which would have attended a display of our manufactures and our pro ductions before the eyes of the world in the chrystal palace of Hyde Park? And what makes this the worse is that our c...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

*1Mj)!?in0 JHtteUtgenc^ ARRIVALS. May 1.— Christina, brig, 126 tons, Captain Korff, from Port Albert, the 25th ult. May 1.— Nautilus, barque, 191 tons, Captain Drydon, from Launceston, the 24th ult. May 1.— William, schooner, 73 tons, Captain Tizard, from Circular Head the 22nd ult. May 2.— Picard, schooner, 187 tons, Bowden, from Newcastle. May 4. — Eagle, steamer, ISO tons, Captain War ner, from Moreton Bay the 1st inst. DEPARTURES. . May l.-f-Glenbervie, barque, 388 tons, Captain Fullarton, for London. _ May 1.— Sarah, brig, 130 tons, Captain Grant, for Newcastle May ]..— -Hannah, ship, 480 tons, Captain Moodie, for Guam. ' ? May 2.— Thomas and Henry, brig, 235 tons, Cap tain Bennett, for Melbourne. j£ay 2.— Dart, brig, 154 tons, Captain Collins, for Melbourne. May 3.— Emma Pre3cott, brig, 160 tons, Captain Patrick, for Melbourne. May 3.— Wanderer, brig, 140 tons, Captain Jack son, for Geelong. May 3. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, for Melbourne and Launceston, v...

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RELIGIOUS HOUSES OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

HELIGIOUS HO US KS OF MEN.' ArchdiocessofWest- Diocess of Clifton .. 2 minster ......... 2 „ Plymouth 1 Diocess of South- ' „ Nottingham 3 wark. t „ Birmingham 6 y, York. 1 .' - ,-, Salford t Total ...... 17

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

SOCIALISM. When we wrote our former articles on the subject of Socialism, we were not aware that the question had been considered in a series of papers in tbat highly intelligent journal the Spectator. We find the same views maintained there as that which we have ourselves put forward j a fact which has struck us the more forcibly as we are not aware that any other Protestant writer has taken toe same side. Uertam n is tnac in all the periodicals to which we have been able to refer, with this sing'e exception, the. whole question of Socialism or Communism is regarded as antagonistic to all true prin ciples of political economy. The Spectator regards ' Communism' as a principle rather than as a system, and maintains that the great error on the part of the better class of Communists is, that they insist upon presenting their* doctrine in the concrete, i.e. as a system cut and dry, and are coufuted at once by showing the system to be uq practical. Properly regarded Communism is a princ...

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

COtfVESl'S.; ArchdiocessofWest- Diocess of Clifton .. 5 minster ? 9 „ Plymouth.. 5 Diocess of South wark 9 „ Nottingham 4 „ Hexham.. 2 ,, Birmingham 13 „ York .... 2 ,j Northampton 1 „ Liverpool .1 ~ „ Salford . . 1 Total ..... 4 53 ,, Shrewsbury 1 .-???=-.

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LAND AND LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

LAND AND LABOUR. The land was made for the use of man, and blessed by its beneficent Creator with fruc tifying properties requiring man's labour for their cultivation and development. And man in punishment of ' original sin ' has been sentenced ' to earn his bread in the sweat of his brow.' Why millions of productive acres have been permitted to lie idle and barren on various parts of the eartVs surface for ages and ages, is not given to us to fathom. Why an All- wise Provi dence has left several tribes of the human family to wander uncivilised on the earth and to subsist on its spontaneous fruits or on the precarious spoils of the chase, is also not given to us to comprehend. But such is the fact. One solution of these inscru table ways of Providence may be discovered in the fact, that in these latter, ages the older and more civilised countries of the world, have, as it were, overgrown them selves by their multidudinous population, and over-run and out grown the productiveness of ...

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PRIESTS IN GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLAND AND WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

PKIKSTS IN GREAT BRITAIN. ENGLAND AND WALES. ArchdiocessofWest- Diocess of Newport minster ? 113 and Menevia .... 22 Diocess of Southwark 67 „ Clifton.... 49 „ Hexham . . 70 „ Plymouth. . 25 I » York ? 69 „ Nottingham 53, „ Liverpool.. 113 „ Birmingham 124 I - „ Salford.... 61 „ Northampton 27 „ Shrewsbury 33 — 826

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MAY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MAY, 1S51. 8 Th Apparition of Si;. $Fichael, arch. d.m. 9 F S. Gregory Nazian, lp. and doc. d. 10 Sat S. Antoninus, bp. and doc. &.d. 11 S Third after Easter, s.d., 0. S. B., patronage of S. Joseph, d., 2nd class. 12 M SS. Nereus and Comps., m.m., s.d. 13 T S. Ariselm, bp. and doc, from 2 1st April, d., 0. S. B., S. George, bp. and mJ., 2nd class, from 23rd April. U W S. Fidelis of Sigmaringa, from 24th April, d., 0. S. B., S. Mark, from 25th April, d., 2nd class. 15 Th S. Hermengild, m., from 13th Apiil, s.d., 0. S. B., S. Anselm, bp. conf., and doc. d., from 21st April. 16 F S. Ubald, bp. and conf. s.d. 17 Sat S. Paschal Bay Ion, conf. d. 18 S 4th Sunday after Easter, S. Venantius, m.d. 19 M S. Peter Celestine, p. and conf. d., 0. S. B., S. Dunstan, bp. and conf. d.m. 20 T S. Bernardine, conf. s.d. 21 W SS. Soter and Caius, pp. and mm., from 22nd April, s.d., 0. S. B., S. Peter Celestine, p. and conf. d. 22 Th S, George, m., from 23rd April, s.d., 0....

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

I M POUNDINGS. Queanbeyan.— April 24th, 1851, from M;icilago, for trespass uud driving expenses 3s. 3d. each : ? bay mare, long switch tail, aged, black points, no brand legible, being too poor to distinguish any ; brown mare, two hind fetlocks white, star, switch tail, a few grey hairs on off shoulder, branded JR on off shoulder; black horse, long tail, off hind fetlock white, star, branded GS near shoulder ; brown mare, off hind heel white, long tail, whito face, saddle marks, branded PD near shoulder, E reversed off Shoulder ; bay mare, switch tail, black points, ? ?&'? ??? «nm uinu neei, iiifgioie orana necs on Side ; black colt, long tail, apparently about 3 years o.d, branded X under AT near shoulder ; dark iron grey marc, long tail, branded TWO1 or TMC neck off side, the letters very illegible. If not raleased on or before the 19th May, they will be aold. William Dawson.. 13a. l'icroN.-From Abbotsford Estate, on April Sih; white steer, ro visible brand. April 16th ;— ...

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T. E PROTESTANT OUTCRY. ANTI-CATHOLIC MEETING AT NEWARK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

T s Jfi PRO JEST ANT OUTCRY. -ATtfTl-CATHOLIC MEETING AT NEWARK. On Monday week a public meeting was 'be^_jn the Town. Hall, Newark, having been convened by 'the Mayor, for the purpose Of considering the de .ffl'rability of forwarding an address to the Queen, respecting, the re-establishment of the Catholic Hierarchv;m England. At twelve o'clock the Mayor ( W. Hall, Esq. ) took the chair. .. - T. F. A. BtinsABT, Esq., town clerk, rose to more an address to the Queen, expressing tbeir loyalty to her crown, nnd thesV faithful attafch ?Tient to her' Derson. He mid he objected strongly -to this Popish bull on two grounds .- he contended that it waB entirely inconsistent for those Protes tants who had taken the oath acknowledging the ?upremacj of their Queen to countenance it, and equally inconsistent for Roman Catholics to support it and wish it to be put in force. But the Catho lic* asserted that it was impossible for them to ,earry out their religion properly unless they had permissio...

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

CATHOLIC BOOKS. A FEW Copies of the following Books j\ are on Sale at the Office of the 'Freeman's Journal' 70, Castlereagh-street. D-vway Bible and Testament Rwve's History of the Bible Missals, Vesperala, and Complines Life of Christ, by St. Bonaventure Challoner's Meditations Millner's End of Controversy Poor Man's Catechism Think Well On't Manual of Devotion Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prayer Book ' ' ' Andrew Dunn The Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. J. McEncroe Tbe Testimony of Anthjuity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by R. K. Sconee, B. A., Oxon The Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory The Practice of the Living Rogiry Bell's Dictionary of all Religion Cohbett's History of the.Reformation JJrittain's pivinity of Christ Dr. Ullathorne's New South Wake yia Crucjs the Way of the Cross Catechism extracted from the Writings of' Martin Luther . ? The Garden of the Soul Catholic Piety f he Stations of the Cross A...

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STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN GREAT BRITAIN. (From the Catholic Directory for 1851.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHUECH IN GREAT BRITAIN. (From the Pathotic Directory for 1851. ) CHURCHES AND CHAPEI.S IN EN6I.ANP AND WALES. Bedfordshire ? 1 Oxfordshire ? 8 Berkshire , ? 5 Shropshire ...... 11 Buckinghamshire.. 3 Somersetshire .... 12 Cambridgeshire .'. 3 Staffordshire. .. 36 Cheshire '...%.... 18 Suffolk ? 6 Cornwall .... ? 11 Surry.... ? ][ 13 Cumberland ...... 9 Sussex ? 8 Derbyshire . . ? 10 Warwickshire .. .. 26 Devonshire '.'. ? 9 Westmoreland .... 2 Dorsetshire ? 9 Wiltshire ? 4 Durham ? 22 Worcestershire .. .. 12 Essex ? 9 Yorkshire .... ? 61 Gloucestershire. . , . 14 Isle of Man ? 2 Hampshire ? .. 13 Guernsey ? ] \ Herefordshire .... 5 Jersey ? 2 Hertfordshire .... 3 Kent ? 14 south wales. Lancashire ? 113 Brecknockshire .. ] Leicestershire .... 15 Glamorganshire .. 3 Lincolnshire ? 14 Pembrokeshire . . . ] 1 Middlesex ? 35 Monmouthshire . . 8 north wales. Norfolk ? 8 Carnarvonshire . . 1 Northamptonshire . 5 Denbighshire .... 1 Nottinghamshire . . 3 Flintshi...

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THE CATHOLIC SOLDIERS IN THE BRITISH ARMY. BEGINNING OF PERSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

THE CATHOLIC SOLDIERS IN THE BRITISH ARMY. BEGINNING OF FERSECGTION. [A Sermon preached at St. Peter's, Winchester, on Sunday, Nov. 10th, 1850 ; in consequence of which the attendance of the troops has been or dered to be discontinued.] . (From the Tablet.) The following letter to the Duke of Wellington will form a fitting introduction to this article : — ' To his Grace the Duke of Wellington. ' My Lord Duke, — For the last six months, as the resident Roman Catholic Clergyman of Win chester, I have been performing a separate service every Sunday for the1 sole benefit of the Roman Catholic troops stationed in this city. This service I have performed out of charity, without receiving from the Government the slightest remuneration. The requisites prescribed by the Catholic ritual I have entirely provided out of my own means. I went through this service as usual last Sunday, ! when, to my surprise, only one or two corporals aud five or six privates were at chapel. Jn like manner at a se...

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

REVIEW. Raymond, Lord of Milan, a Tragedy of the 13th Century. By Edward Reeve, formerly a student of Bristol College. Pp., 45. Sydney: Printed by Hawksley and Cunningham. We have the pleasure of introducing to our readers a Poem which will do honour to the literary repu tation of our community. One of the rarest pro ductions of poetic talent is a good play, although it is one which frequently tempts the unskilled am bition of the dabbler in rhyme and rhythm. Mr. Reeve, however, is no dabbler, and has fully suc ueeuen m nis unaertaKing. ne exnioits consider able mastery over our noble language, and, like all men of taste who have cultivated it, shows a de cided preference for the vigour and melody of the fine old Saxon vein. Now-a-days there is scarcely a more sure mark of school-boy effort and vulgar mental habits than the deliberate preference of long Latinized words over the simpler expressions of true English origin. We need scarcely say that Mr. Reeve is perfectly free from thi...

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

- TO C0EKE8P0HDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necasaary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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

TOWN AGENCIES. *»« ,lptlon8 R8d Advertisements for The bbkman s Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. «pyuon, King-street, Messrs. E.aod D. M'Encroe George-street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George ana woulburn-streets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta street, and Mr. Thomas McEncroo, Grocer, Sussex street, Market Wharf.

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

TO PARENTS. WANTED an APPENTICB to the Printing Business, to whom liberal wages will be given. Apply at the Office of this Paper, No. 72, Castle peagh-street. N APPEAL TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, by Cardinal Wiseman, Pries twopence. To be had at W, R. PIDDINGTON'S Bookseller and Stationer, 485, George-street, Exactly opposite the Barrack Gate. To be had at the Office of the Freeman's Jobhnal,. MANGLES! MANGLES} JOSIAH SXERRITT BEGrSfco inform the inhabitants of Aus tralia that he has commenced Manu facturing! Mangles on a principle which renders them superior to any hitherto made in the Colony. Thi« Mangle has been fully tried and approved of in England, where they were sold by that noted Mangle Manufacturer, HORATIO SKERRITT. of the Old Church Yardy MANCHESTER, 'upwards of 1,000 during the apprenticeship of the undersigned. la this Manufactory the present advertiser became ac quainted wiih all the latest improvements. N.B, — For the convenience of working people part of the purchase mon...

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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. { ? ? \ Grain', — Wheat, per bushel, 7s. 66. to fs. lOd. ? the supply to the market is small, and millers art- 1 more anxious to purchase. Barley, 3s. 3d. to 3k. 9d. ; good malting barley is scarce, inferior samples are rather dull of sale. ' Maize, 3s. to 3s. 3d. '; the [j supply for the past week has been small, and the :» prices are advancing. Oats, 2s. 6d. to 3s. ; then- ij are but few stores that have good samples unsold. jl; Poultry. — Fowls, per couple, Is. 8d. to Is. lOd. ; j|| the supply to the market and the prices keeps very i| steady. Ducks, 2s. to 2s. 6d. ; good birds are en- j| quired after. Turkeys, 5s. 6d. to 7s. 6d. ; very few j| good birds are coming to market. Geese, 5s. to 6s. -, ? $ good birds are scarce and in demand. Eggs, per j| dozen, 12d. to 14d. ; very few coming to market., § near all the shops are without. || Dairy. — Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. ; goo-r ;.i|i samples are scarce, but inferior samples are scarcely | saleable. Ch...

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DR. GUMMING ON THE CARDINAL'S MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 May 1851

DR. GUMMING ON THE CARDI NAL'S MANIFESTO. (From the Catholic Standard.) The long threatheued pamphlet of Dr. Cumming has at length made its appearance — longa et grandis epistola venit ; and we do not fear to say distinctly, that a more la boured piece of twaddle we never waded through. There is not a new thought in it from the address to Lord John Russell to the signature of his Lordship's humble servant, John Cumming. Every idea there elaborated i9 long since familiar to the most ignorant class-reader at any of our poor schools. The same trite allusion to the Papal Bulls of the 12th and 13th centuries; the same perverse misrepresentations of Catholic tenets; the same exploded calumnies upon the Catholic world as the victim of ignorance and des potism, which have for ages formed the staple of Anti-Catholic spouting and pamph leteering constitute the bulk of Dr. Cum ming's attempt to reply to the masterly, and universally admitted argumentatively trium phant vindication of the recen...

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

INDULGENCES. (From Considerations and InstruGtivns on the Jubilee and Indulgences.) That even after sin had been remitted in the sacrament of penance, there generally remains a satisfaction due to the injured ma-* jesty of God, to be made either in this life or in the next, is known and believed by every Catholic. We have many examples in the sacred Scriptures of this temporal punishment inflicted upon sin, after the guilt and eternal punishment has been remitted. The sin of Adam was pardoned, for it is said : — ' --he (Wisdom) brought him out of his sin and gave him power to govern all things' (Wis dom, x. 2.), and need we say to how many afflictions he was condemned ? The people of Israel sianed in the desert ; their sins were frequently forgiven, yet the Lord re served to Himself chastisement in punish ment for these sins. (See Exodus xxxii. 10, 34, 35 ; Numbers xiv.) God pardoned the sin of David, but, in punishment of that sin, he took away his son. We have seen in the precedin...

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