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Port Phillip Extracts; [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 May 1844

Bost ijL?lIlp tixtvacto. DIsTRIaC ELTrIaoN.-.Monday, the 29th ult., being the day appointed, by advertisement, for deo. claring the state of the poll, William Verner, Esq., Returning Officer, attended at the polling place, (Lamb Inn) on the day before-mentioned, and do. clared that Sir Thomas bMitchell, with Adophus William Young, Esq. were duly elected represen ta. lives of the District. The poll stood thus Melbourne. GOchCn9. Portland Sir T. L. Mitchell 101 48 27 A. W. Young.... 72 36 24 M. C. O'Connell 70 22 2 After the poll had been declared, Mr. W. 1H. Mortimer, burgess, and retail butcher, put in the following protest "' Melbourne, 29th April. 'e I protest against the validity of this election on the following grounds s " Ist. That the writ is bad-the Governor having no power to make a conditional appointment of a substitute for the Returning Officer, before the event of the disqualification has arison. 0c 2nd. That notice of the receipt of the writ, and of the time and place ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 May 1844

MVIlE VON hAY. r r II E. fine Schooner lit lono, W. U. lntion, 0ol 1llilder, Is no~v recrtivng Ittight (or thea ebae, and will tacet witl lurcodiist despatclh. Accent. wodtliun fot paulstrIgrr very superior. Froeight at tho usual low rates. Apply to CIIARLER H. JAQUES, Coasting Packet \Vharf Sustuac street. Ala) 13, '(1O4 ON SALEI AT T'IH: STORES OF 'TF-II UN. DERSIGNED, A LARGE quantity of very superior Coloulia Tobacco. in kegs of about 112 lbs. each. Also. a lot of excellent old Maize, at Is, 6d, per bushel. THOMAS MAGNER, Market.stroot North. May If'. 666 NEWOASTLE COAL MART. HE Residents of Sydney and its noigh bonrhood are informed that they can be supplied with the superior large INEWCASTLlE COALS I Selected expressly for domestic purposes, at the usual low rate per bushel or tolln weight. CHARLES E. JAQUES. Coasting Paskot Wharf, Sussex.street, May II. 665 WANTED. THREE or four' good hands to Sink Wells, For particulars, apply to Mr. Richard Cullen, Union Inn, Kent-street. 6...

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MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 May 1844

MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY. John Rostrom, a special meeting, at half-past eleven o'clock. C. L. Lo Breton, a special meeting, at noon. John Robey Hatfield, a special meeting, at two.

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Select Poetry. BIDE YOUR TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 May 1844

cdlct ý)ortrLr. -0 BIDB YOUR TIME. [Imnl the 'ation.1 hide your time, the morn is breaking, Briglht with Freedom s blessed mray Millions from their trance awalkig, Soon shall stand in stern array. Mlan shall fetter iman no longer, liberty shall march sublime, Every moment makes you stronger Fiml, unshrinking, bide your timnel Bido your time-one false step taken Perils all you yet have done; Undisnmayd- ereect-unshaken, Watch and wait, and all Is won. 'Tis not by one rash endeavour Melen or states to greatness climb Would you win your rights for ever, Chlm and thoughtful, bide your timel Bide your time-your worst transgression: Were to strike, and strike in vain; ie whose arm would smite oppressiou Must not need to smite againl Danger makes the brave man steady- lRnhness is the coward's crime Be for Freedom's battle ready, When it comes-but, bide your lime!

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PASSING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

PASSING EVENTS. --o - [From the Tablet.] The length to whbich,i consequence of some long quotations, the " leading articles" that follow un. expectedly extend, leaves us little to comment as we r intended on several matters that are too important h to be passed by altogether. We must here touch upon some of them briefly. (1.) The first Is the close of the preliminary proceedings in the monster trials. The subject of these proceedings is an inexhaustable one, branching out into an infinity of details far beyond the compass of an article in a weekly paper. The main features of what has hitherto been transacted. is, first, the utter and total rout of the Attorney-General. The expectations of his partisans seem to have been most humble, for they are positively makisg a triumph of it that Mr. Smith has shown himself a sufficiently great lawyer to compel the traversers to plead in the space of fourteen days. Oh, wonderfel Attorney. - General I who after committing a dozen blunders, runnin...

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PEEL A REPEALER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

PEEL A REPEALEiR. -0 (From the Westminster Review,) We resume our pen for a few last words. Inthe preceding article on the State Trials of Hardy, Tooke, and Thelwell, we left off on the eve of the Irish Rebellion. Where are we nowt What is the nature of the crisis in public affairs at which we have arrived P Let us note, first, the fact that we hase a government which, after, some plausible professions of, liberality, has shown its real policy to be that of c mere Toryism-unchanged in any of its essen rs tial features which characterised the government of I Ii98-and by toryism we mean intolerance in re- I ligion,distrust of the people,jealousy of organic im. I provements, and the doctrines of class interests and physical force. It is now evident, from the Irish t arms bill, and the bill for arming the Chelsea Pen- r sioners of the last seEsion, followed by the dismissal ( of magistrates, and state prosecutions, that the pre sent cabinet, many months back contemplated, doubtless as a...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

COLONIAL IVHALERS AT SEd, IVITIt THEIR LAST REPORTS. Australian, Wiles, sailed 14th June, 1843 ; spoken in December, with 600 barrels sperm; Cooper and Etolt, owners. Britsh Sovoreign, Cooper. sailed Nov. 5, 1843; spoken February 12, with 250 barrels sperm, and 50 barsels black oil; Lamb. and 1'arbury, owners. Bright Planet, Kyleo, sailed March 24th, 1844; Mitchell and others, owners. Caroline, Hunter, sailed 7th August.1842; at Manui 25th October, with 630 barrels sperm; Walker and Co., owners. - Clarkaione, Stewart, sailed 13th September, 1043 .spoken .in December, with 500 barrels sperm; I.. Meore,owner. Caernarvaon, Irvine, sailed 22nd August, 1842; cruising off Norfolk Island, May 6, with 500 barrels sperm, Irvine, owner. Clarence, M'Cardell, sailed 23rd February, 18411 at the Bay of Islands, refittsng, on the 24th of April, 1844, clean; Cole, owner. Edward, Tallan, sailed, May 1st, 1844; B oyd and Co., owners. Fame, 8srgeant, sailed JMarclh.l, 1845 ; Boyd and Co., owners. Geoi...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

DEPARTURES, MAY 14.-For Port Nicholson, the schooner Lady Leigh, Reid, wils sundries. Passengers Mlrs. Treton and child, Messrs. Mlurray, Asher, Johns, Fraser, Bryant, Chambers, and E. and G. Joblus. 15.-For Launceston, the cutter Jane and Emma, Irvine, with sundries. Passenger-~Mrs. Ilvine.

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Select Poetry. MY HOME IS THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

crlrft 0Dorl' . -o MY ItOMR IS THE WORLD. BY HAINRS IsATIY?T Speed, speed, my fleet vessel, the shore is in sight '1 he breezes are fair, we shall anchor to-night; To-morrow at sunrise once woro I shall stand On the sea-beaten shore of my dear native land. Ah, why does despondoency weigh down my heart? Sad thoughts are for friends that reluctantly part;. I coine from an exile of twenty long years, Yet I gaze on my country through fast falling tears. I seethe hills, purple with hells of the heath, And my own happy valley that nestles beneath; And the frogrant white blossom spread over the thorn That grows near the cottage wherein I was borent. It cannot be ohanged--so, the ivy bush climbs O'er the gay little porhb, as it did in old times; And the seat where my thther reclined is still there, But where is my ftther?-oh, answer me, where ? My mother's owncasement, the chamber she loved, Is there, overlooking the lawn where I roved; She wistfully sat with her hand o'er her brow, As she ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, MAY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

OATIHOLIC DIRECOTORY, MAY, 1844. 8. 1 Inlr. Oct. Ascous. S. Peter Cclestln, popo and con. fessor, double M. 20 8. liernardln, conf. semdlouble T. 21 Do octava, semidouble W. 22 De octava *. 2J Octave of Ascension, double, ml. F. 24 S. Ubnld, bishop ond conr. f1011 hojus, semldouble 8. 2? 1gi1 oL I'enltecost, Fast day, do ca, semidouble G. 20 l orNcoOr, doube loilst cl. W. 27 Do octav, doluble, 1 el. T. 28 De octava, double, 1 cl. w', 21) QtL temn, ft, de oct?tv semnldouble T, 311 I)o oltave, somidoutble F. 31 Quot temp, Ihst, de oct., semidouble

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English and Irish Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

Tas Qusan versus ArFTEB-DrNNa WINa.nInasNo -A writer, after chronicling some of her Majesty's doings while on her visit to Belvoir Castle, adds *, It pnay not be generally known, but it is a fact, (and as it only tends to develope another virtue in our good Queen's heart, there can be no impropriety in mentioning it), that her Majesty has a decided objection to the practice of those gentlemen who spend the evening over their wine and dessert. The Queen allows, half an hour, after the ladies have left, for the goats to arrive; and during this period she does not take a seat, but enters into conversation with the ladies in tl!e 'drawing-room. Occasions have, it is said, occurred, when a summons to the royal presence has followed a deviation from this accustomed and now generally understood rule. PAvPsa. FAnJnr on, TRAFORD Moss.-We gave ans account last year. of an experimental tfarm, established by the poor-law iguardians of the union of Chorlton, on Trafford Moss, near Manchester; an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

AGENTS FJLL THE' OtiUION LLHE Broule., Mr. B. M'Cauley. ieriima, Mr. B. M'Maboo. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr.'P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong,, Mro Thoms Fowler Bathurst, Mr. :T. Jones . G....aoulburn, M: Henry.Thrmpso . Hobart Town,Mr. John legaq? Maitland, Mr. lVlawkuley Campbelltowo, &o., Mr. M'Alist? J Widsor, Mr. James Cassidy. Pehrltbh Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry's Plains, MIr. J.,. Harpur Uungo. Ilq Mr. Edward Hughes WollomW,,IMt. iichael Byrne PuUished in Athe United Kang4om by', " Mr. Jones, 63, Paternosterorow, London Mr. W. ', J attoisby, 5, Essex-bridge, Parlia. ment.street, Dublin. Sydney: Prllted and Publlshed by 1MOtiABL D'AItOY of Irldgeetreet, nat the Oeoniole o0fic, Brldge4treot,

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THE INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

THE INQUISITION. IN our last, we gladly- brought to a con clusion, the Comte de-Mditres letters on the Inquisition; the publication of which was (as a duty far from agreeable) forced upon us, to repel that very silly, but most unwar rantable, and often-made accusation, viz., that the Catholic Church 'coi'mands, or directs the persecution of men on account of their religion ; whereas the 'direct con trary. is the truth: the 'Catholic Church never did, does not now, nor never will, command the shedding of blood for reli. gion: nay, so abhorrent; is she of it, that any man whose hand, is once stained with human blood, (even by' accident) is for ever precluded thereby from her'ministry and her altars. Comte de' M4itre's letters ,are a plain, candid, and rational acbouit of what the Spanish Inquisition truly was: and shows it to be a very different thing indeed from' what is commonly asserted by too many anti-Catholic writers; some of them men who knew better, but having an interest in h...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

-0 IcROtItltOTtD UP TO t.ST VEVItIoNo.J FLOUII, WHIIIAT,&o. £ a. d, .. a. d. .'llour(flne), 100hlbs .... .... 0 11 0 to 0 12 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto ........ 09 .. 0 10 0 Biread,{ 2h lon .... ....... 0 0 3 .. 0 0 0 Blisonlt(fine)ii 4owt. .... .... 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto .... ... 0 0 0 .. 0 18 0 Wheat, Colonial, ?P bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 0 Ditto, V.D. Land, ditto .... .... 0 3 0 ,. 0 3 6 Mtalzo,ditto(wholesale) .... .... 0 I .. 0 1 3 Ditto,ditto(retail).... .... ... 0 1 0 .. 0 1 0 Bran, p bushel .... .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 10 Barley, ditto .... .... .. .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0. I)itto, Cpe, ditto ... ... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Oats, ?p bushel (wholesale) .... 0 0 0 .. O 0 0 Dltto,diUo(retaii) ... .... .... 2 0 ,. 0 2 4 ay, ton.... ... .... .... 3 0 0 .. 3 10 0 Ditto(retall), P owt. ........ 0 2 5 .. 0 3 6 Whlleat Straw, singloload .... 0 10 0 .. 0 18 0 Ditto,perdoubloload .... .... 1 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Foddcr,ditto . ....... .... 0 0 0 0 .. 0 3 0 Grass (wholesalo), ? dozen bundlc...

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Insolbency Proceedings. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

ntteolbency lroeatbings. ; -0 WEDNESDAY, MAY 15.' PROOF OF OLAIMS. In the estate of R. Dawson and Co., an adjourned special meeting was held, and two claims proved. In the estate of John Rostron, a special meeting was held, and two claims proved. In the estate of G. LoBroton. a special meeting was held, and one claim proved. NEW INSOLVENTS, The estates of the following parties were so* questrated yesterday, on petition and affidavit : Thomas Cannon Potts, of George-street, Sydney, rectifier, on petition and affidavit. Debts due by insolvent, £1886 lls Id.: Assets-landed property, £330; personal property, £60; outstanding debts, £1023 4s 8d; exclusive of bad and doubtful debts, £40 14s. Balance deficiency, £473 7s 5d. John lo'rris, official assignee. Robert Wood, of George.street, Sydney, iner. chant, on petition and affidavit. Debts due by insolvent, £10164 2s id. Assets-landed property, £75; personal property, £2887 14s Gd ; good debts, £764 13s 10 ; bad and doubtful debts, amounti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. FROM the unceasing expenses attendi?"g the publication of the " Chronicle," which we are oblig?ed to discharge weekly in cash ; and considerable arrears of Subscriptions having accumulated, we are obliged earnestly to request the payment of them forthwith, otherwise we shall be obliged to stop the papers qf" all whose account at the ex.piratiou q/ the next quarter shall be six months in arrear. And, however reluctant, we shall be obliged to sue those parties for the amount due, a mneasure which we hope they will not drive us to. AJay 15, 1814.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

TO CLIORRESPONDENTS. We have received the poetry of M. A, Lane Cove. It breathes a true ardor of devotion ; but we have had in t'e Ulhroidcleso much of religion lately, that we wish for the present to vary its columns with something of lighter matter. -Dulce ete desipcre in loco. The communication of O. S. B., (Goulburn,) shall be attended to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

PIROTEST of the PASTORAL AS SOCIATION of New South Wales, against the projected Regulations of His Excellency Sir George Utipps, said to have been forwarded for the consideration of the Right Honorable the Secretary of State,in a Despatchi dated 3rd April last, by the sllip Geseral Hewitt, The Committee of the Pastoral Association, although not bound to notice a document so ape. c yphal, put forth without the formalities of oficial routios, yet believing that document to be genuine from its having remained so long encontradicted, prolest against the Regulations which it containslfor the following reasons I (1 ) Because the upset price of £1 an acre is evi dently unreasonable for Land, three acres of which are admitted, even on the face of these pro. jected Regulations, to be required for the feed of one sheep. (2.) Because these Regulations give the occupant no right of pre.emption, but on the contrary, ex pose him to an unfair and ruinous competition. (3) Because these Regulations ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. MAY 15.-.From Newcastle, the 4th Instant, the barque Arachne, 319 tons, Pearce, with wool, tallow, hides, and cedar. 16.-From Launceston, the 6th instant, the brig William, 149 tons, Grant, with grain, &c. 16.-From the Whale Fishery, having left Sydney 7th August, 1842, the barque Caroline, 194 tons, Hunter, with 700 barrels sperm oil.

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 May 1844

TI-i1 -MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1844. P ' .llust ntd fear not: Let all the otends Uthou aim'lnst Ut bo thly counltry's, S' by iud's, ltid lii untIs." lauksopcare. EXPORT OF HORSES. W?? are greatly pleased to see the number of horses lately sent to India for sale. Besides those formerly mentioned, the ship Neptune sailed for Madras a week ago, with seventy-five horses on board, and the Wtl liam Alitealfe is now loading at the Circular Wharf with sixty. This export of horses must prove a great source of wealth to the colony, and relief not only to the owners, but through them to the colony generally, for any oxpot t which relieves the colony of its redundant stock, and brings back money, is doing the very two things we most want, via., finding a market fbr our produce, and introducing among us,,the sine qua non, capital. To make this trade gainful, and this colony another Arabia as a cradle of horse flesh, it is, however, necessary that the breeding of horses should be att...

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