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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1846. May Heaven, forbid that our soil, our cash, our toil, our liberty, or our lives should ever be placed under their supreme contoul. No worse fate could befal New South Wales."—Chronicle, July 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

THIE. SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1846. '" May Heaven, in its "mercy, forbid that our soil, our cash, our toil, our liberty, or our lives should ever be placed under their supremne conlroul. No worse fate could befal New South Wales." Chronicle, July 29th. '" AuMrTIoN o'erleaps itself, and falls on the other side"-" Semper avarus eget"- " Pleasure,. like oil in an over-red lamp, destroys itself by an excess of its own ali ment"--" Malice is the vulture that preys upon its own vitals"-" Example is better than precept". Such' are :some of 'the many "wise saws and sentences" which have been repeated to us, by way of adino-" inition, in allusion to the passage in our last number which we have quoted in the present, at the head of this article. Al though they appeared to us to be wholly uncalled for by the occasion, they were lis tened to patiently and graciously, because we .knew that they were suggested by a jealous love of rectitude, and a scrupulous regard to honour in all ...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JULY 28. FIRST CLASS CONDITIONAL PARDONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

??okicL'tnUm t Qapette, -0 TUESDAY, JULY 28. FIRST CLASS CONDITIONAL PARDONS. With reference to the notice from the Colonial Secretary's Office, dated the 2nd instant, intimating that her Majesty had been graciously pleased to authorise the issue of Conditional pardons of tl;e First Class, to the undermentioned Individuals. Notice is hereby given, that Pardons have now been issued accordingly, to take effect in all parts of the world except Europe and the islands adjacent thereto. These Pardons are now lying in the Office of the Principal Superintendant of Convicts, ready for de livery on payment of the usual fee of 5s.-6d. Such persons as reside in the Interior, 'can obtain their pardons through the Clerks of the Benches of the respective Districts. (Pardons dated lst July, 1846.) Laythorn William, Royal George. Monnick, ndw Greenfield, Ann, Henry to V. D. L., Hugh Crawford to N. S. W. Sage, now Smith, Frances, Wanstead., SECOND CLASS CONDITIONAL PARDONS. With reference to the noti...

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CHARGE OF ARSON AND PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 1 August 1846

CHAlRGE OF ARSON AND PIRACY. Samuel Chadwick, .Minor Robinson, and James Smith, all natives of the United States of Ar.erica,. and seamen on board the American whaler the C'an ton Packet, and Jinks, alias John Rlemmington, also a native of America, were broughlt ui in custody before Captain Innes, at the police ofllice, on Thursday last;i the prisoners Chadwick, Robinson, and Smith chargcd with the serious crime of arson unti piracy, and Remmington with being accessory thereto. hi spector Powell, of the Water Police, stated that he apprehended the four prisoners about 4 o'clock one VWednesday afternoon, by virtue of the warrant pro duced, on the above charge. AMr. Humphrey Shear min, commander of the Canton Packet, having" been sworn, the information charging the prisongs with the alleged ofWence was read. It set forth that he (Mr. Sheatmin), on the 19thlbif June last, put the packet into the harbour of La Eouka Ovubi oeie of the Feejee Islands; that, about 2 o'clock on the morn= in...

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REVIEW. THE IRISH WRITERS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. Dublin: James Duffy, 10, Wellington Quay. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

REVIEW. From the Freeman's .iourndl, Feb. 14. THE IRISH WRITERS OF THE SEVEN TEENTH CENTURY. BrTijoxses 1Aecy fGaza. I)ublinn ames .Dufy, 10, Wellington Quay. The ewtod f Irish history which the author of thiiwork las detken to illustrate is one teem. Ing th mportance and croirdal th a series of events Wei deeply a&ected the destiny of this coon try. ,.During that long epoch some of the mosat disastrous aggressions and usurpations of the in waders were accomplished, and during the same lapse of timethere grew up a succession oftoen of the uighesatnatural faculties, who for the chief part, de vot their great powers and enegieso the defence -and sustainnatof the inteests and the benour of their.,coint. No matter from what cause it may Easr. arisen-whether from the difficulties and din gers of their time, or: from the final and disastrous. success of their perfidious assailants, or from any ause whatsoever, the shameful fact exists that ne thel the period itself nor its imnorta...

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THE LATE ATTACK ON FORT PEDDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

STHEILATE ATTACK ON FORT PEDDIE.., T Copy of a Soldier's' Detter,, dated :Fort Peddie, M.ay30th, 1840 : " Since'Iilast.wroto to ysu,we havehad great work entirely, but thank God not one of us was knocked' over. On the 25th we expected an attack, for the Kafirs were in thousands not far. from the.post, and we heard tell they had crossed the Keishamnia. We were all: under, arms at 5 o'clock, and remained so till daylight, but after all they did not come. ' These are hard times with us now. When :CuL Lindsay .sent the escort to Trompetter's, there were only 21 duty men left at the post, and.they mounted :guard: three nights running. Tlhe 27ths was the firstday. of our work, and right glad was I to hear .the as sembly sounded.` Sir' Ho Darrell's troop and one gun were sent off, and soon after we, saw the smoke' of the cannoni. Co .ýLindsay game down from the. tower where he had been watching, and he ordered' two companies 81st out, and gave the command of the whole force to Major Yarbor...

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Cape of Good Hope. FRONTIER. PARTICULARS OF THE WAR. Burgher Camp, Klip Fontein, Oliphant's Hoek, 15th May, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

p C piof 6tc? =lo iope; (From the Soiuth Afrifcan Commercial Advertiser,; '''June 10.) . FRONTIER. PARTICULARS' OF THE WAR. Biurgher'Camp, Klip Fonteinr, Oliphant s Hoek,' a. .. > '15th May, 1846.:: " iOn the night of the 29th iult., it was scarcely three-quarters of 'an hour after sun-set when- the Kafirs:attackeid our' canip. They issued from the drift in front of the kraal, and apparenitly made for the gate. When within gunshot they were fired on from the outermost block-house; upon which ithey I retreated precipitately into the river.' After an in terim of five minutes they debouched from another drift within pistol shot to the left of the former, and approached with great cautiori, but upon being 'again- fired on by the samie watch tlheywithdrew -into the dark, and immediately commenced a heavy fire 6f mnuskeifry, which they imiaintairied intermit-' tingly for the space of three-quarters of an hour, the shots passing all over head. ' Our men'here re served their fire, as owi...

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MR. O'CONNELL AS A LANDLORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

.MRL.O'CONNELL AS A'LANDLORD. From'the Freeman'sJournal. " We shall add, to the testimonies of O'Connell's' characteras a landlord. bore: by the- Irish press of all parties, that of an English author in Tait;,e Ma gazine.e1f6r. February.., Tile :testimony- is that of :William HoWitt, an excellent and benevolent philan thropist, who, :*riting.Fwithoit any view .to. the Times' Commissioner, furnishies the most complete, thdughl quiet answer,to that individual. Mr. Howitt says that O'Connell's tenants are better pof than the neighbouring'tenantry. And again, concluding his recapitulition, he' pronounces this eulogium on the .condition of the' tenantry. of Darrynane, which we .take to be conclusive:-" My opinion. .then, is .that the prople'are.much better off 'about. Dierrynane than:in aiiyother, parts 'of that country, and L. ob. served thjt a great number,of people were employed in imprbvements about thie 'Darrynane estate." -But says some curious inquirer,' How do tli people seem in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

AGENTS FOR THE. CHRONICLE.' QOULDUILN--Mf. CAREar. BEWMISA-Ma. D3. M!M fdN. PATEaS0ON-MI. `r O'SULLIVAN. PA,'eEAATA` -MRA P.: CARDIFF. PoaTr Puu.LI -MaiI . 3 BULLE_ WOLLONGONG-MR. TUOMEAB'FOWLMaa..;: ';;f{!; BATHUaUbT-:-L"M. T.: JoNES . r. QU n .rAnEYAN-MS. J. J. Wai uT..: - MAITLANDAISR. TT. MAHONT. CAMPBELLTOWN, &c.-Ma. M'ALIBTaa..; i. ! WINDsoR-Ma. JAMES CassrDY. PasmHiTH--Ma.. JAMES MifC.Arur.- * l Jaat's PLAINB Ma. 3. J., T BUwOOrNIA-Ma. EDWARD HUotltaprt. .., ~' ADELAIDE-MS, JOuNjNOW LAED YAsS-Ma, C., Rpuapa.;. Publshed in: the , United Kingdomn, by Ma. JONEs, 03, PATEUNOSTEE aoW, LoNnorf,, Ma. AV. 3.. BATT'rraag, 10,, Essazz-PDG3E P y' LIAMENT-STEEIT, DU1LZN. Printed for the Proprietor 17 !IDWAIRD JOS{N ;l lVAf' LitY, of ttendfrn,,ji the Coowty pf.CutnnberIgd, suit Po;, Nyde!d bybNm.at Ihe Chronicle o111IS, AU51 6 ISrlotteIS", fiydury, N·vwBout W..r-llea Wsd), od ur' .L4 ,.fuut;lt.'

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THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

STHE aEDICAfJ PROFESSION.. 1 WE have been favoured with the first as number of a new and vwelcome periodical Sentitled, the Australian Medical Journal, edited by George Brooks, Esq., Senior Co lonial Surgeon. A work of this descrip. tion has been long a desideratum, and Mr. SBrooksahas the merit of using his best en deavours to redeem the establishment of which he is -so experienced and valuable a member, from the disgrace to which it has been long subject for its gross neglect of one very essential duty of the profession. Nptwithstanding the remarkable peculiari ties of diseases in this Colony, and the ex tensive varieties of medical and surgical cases, which the Colonial medical service could furnish worthy of record, no contri butions to medical science have been offi cially presented on the authority of our Colonial lospitals. Such a culpable mani festation of indifference, both to the ad vancement of so imperfect a branch of human knowledge, and to the extension of its usefulne...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 31. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

Gobstvmetitnt i fp tte. : FRIDAY, JULY-31. - IMPOWUNDINGLS. Windsor, by Mr. J. A. Betts, ben the 22nd day of July, from Wilmington-black and-white waking bullock, branded apparently M off hip dark broii and white poley steer, apparently unbranded,. snip under off ear, and slit on the tip of near ear, damages, 3d. each. If not claimed and released on or before the 15th day of August, they will besold. 1( Os6d. _ Merton-red and white poley co , branded oa thigh, CH offribs, illegibla.e-brand under; red:ate, white cow, branded A off thig,: ..,R.coujoineda of thigh; red and white steer, same brands; blacksad: white steer, ,illegible brand off ribs ; brindle and white cow, branded SE off rump, illegible brands of: ribs and near rump; blue sided heifer, branned SE; off rump; blue speckled cow, branded IB off rump,. like LO near rump, illegible brands off ribs; redn red and white spotted heifer, blotch brands off ribs,. illegible brand near rump; brown and white heifer, like IB off rump; b...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, JULY 31. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. PARKER V. JAMISON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

up ventw ourt. -C FRIDAY, JULY 31. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Ifonors the three Judges. PARKBa V. JAMISON. Mr. Darvall appeared to support a demurrer to the plea in this matter, which was an action.for a breach of covenant, to which the defezidant had pleaded that the plaintilff had not performed all that was required of him. Mr. Fisher appeared contra. The Court decided that the plea was bad, and therefore allowed the demurrer. TuIB ATTORNEY GONuaAL V. OM'NA3. - Mr. Darvall Appecared to support a demurrer to the information herein. The Solicitor General ap peared contra; and the Court, without hearing the latter, disallowed the demurrer. BALEBS V. LANG. Tis was an action of trespass, and Mr. Darvall .appeared to support a demurrer to the replicatiotn made by the plaintiffto the plea herein. Mr. Michie appeared contra. SThe Court was of opinion'that the replication was good, but asllowedthe defendant to amend his plea by filing arimiliter. SODD V. CAMePELL. Mr. Michie appeared ...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

33ritiob "%xtracto, TaE CIwaozI AND Tru AeIBrOCaoy.--The Eng lish.nristocray,.by whom nnd for whom the Church of England exists, is thus described by the English Churchman-" Neither the Church, nor the poor, nor the monarchy-neither art, nor labour, eior education; neither decency, morality, nor comfort,, neither Interests temporal or: interests eternal, have been worthily furtheired nnd encouraged by. the landed aristocracy. * The -failure of endow. nients since the Reformatlon the giowth of vast populations, without new Churches;. the.1{lameful state of our village churches; the rarity of village schools; Ithese are sad. proofs pf the religious ne glects of the landed gristocracy. Our literature, too, especially of the lasttwo centuries, again beris suflcient testimony to what the general charater of the country ,squire was. Virtues he had, but they were hardly religious ones."-.Englzh Churchanu,, 29th Jan.; and 12th Feb. 1846. APPBn Ac oCB Of Twa PorTao ThmaE IN isE NW CxOP.-Pota...

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Court of Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, AUGUST 3. Before the Chairman and John Henderson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

e 5urt ot, tluarta teCf(ol0to., -o M1ONDAY, AUGUST 3. Before the Chairman and John ilenderson, Esg., - J.P. Several applications were made for the remission of fines for non-attendance as jurors at the last sessions, end these having been disposed of, the Court was adjourned by the Chairman until ten o'clock on Tuesday morniing, on account of the arrival of Hla Excelleicy Sir Charles F itz Roy, and to aflord the gentlemen present an opportunity of attending the levee.;

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

e- 'Vanl Dteincn'a Gant,: Honeas Tow MARKETsB.-In consequence of the increased supply brought to market, there has been a slight check in the price of wheat, the average can not be quoted aboive i5s. d." pei blishel ; malting barley, 4s, Od.; Cape ditto and oats, 4s.;; hay (loose),,41, 15s. per ton; ditto (prcssed), b1. 10s. Garden produce is rather dearer, but'still in plenty at moderate prices. TiE WEATEaa.'-The 'last few days, or rather nights, hive been almost: English, The ice was half an inchl thick, tile temperature; at day-break having been about 30. Thllis morning tilhe barometer has fallen a few tenthls, but It still remains unusually high for this season of the year.' Thermometer this day at noon, in the shade, 47. Triii SiiAERS IN E TIIE STRAkITS. =The services bof these mieni are frequently almdst lost sight of, dr uinirewrded. Mainy instances are reported to us, froimn) t tim e to ti, of their usefulness; aftd we think the authorities wiould do eli1 to encourage them b...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY. AUGUST 3. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

* INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY. AUGUST 3. Before the Chief Commissioner. PaOOFOFCLAIfs. In the estate of Robert Smeales, a special meeting was held, at which William Northwood proved a claim for £8 Os. 7d. In the estate of Michael Gannon, an adjourned special meeting, respecting the allowance of a certificate to the insolvent was Iheld, which meeting was adjourned till yesterday.

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Maitland. COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

I' ' jA3L~~tlauUP (FJrs TeMaftlassd Afercury.) COMMERCIiI AND-'MARKETS. A fair . modthi of Iusiniss his been done during thd wk fr1 tils seasoni f tihe year, which is usually dull.* '" There ha4e beeni afew transactionsain wheat;n at slight dlin in price,mwhich may now b" qiuoted at from 5s to 5s dav bushell. The speculators in iiizs'Cri e-' rather timid about buyig freely; appairetily' fcariiing idecline in price. Therd liave consequently ben but' few sales efflicted, but thesi have been ait tlie ir we fiave previously quoted. The inarketis still without any fresh sujpply of barley' '·!& bay has risen a little in pice, and miay be quoted at from t9 to l '.1 There is no clian in tlhe price. of straw . In consequieniceofi'Uielpriceoffstock beijg higher in the Sydney than in thile Maitland market, most of the fat cattle are sent from thal district to the me tropolis; aod the supply here continues limitbd. Sheep are scarce , in fact; there.are hatdly any to be hlad. KangaroQ sk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

Nq ICE TO A NTS. 1HE Unlersigned requ'ests that all .. comm ictons connected with this Journal dtsed to ji, uit the Chro Szicoffice, 22, Chirlotte Place. M. D'ARCY. Juy 28th, i846.

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1846. THE NEW GOVERNMENT.—ITS PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1846. 'THE NEW GOVERNMENT. - ITS 'PROSPECTS. Wit have entered upon a new sera. Not 'merely, one of historical distinction and cehronologienil order, but of important events. .A critical- mra of principles and parties. The secession of Sir George Gipps from the Executive Government, and the assump tion of its authority 'by Sir Charles Fitz Itoy, are the commencement of. a period decisive in a great ineasure,.not only of the prosperity of the Colony in .the present times, but of its future-fate. In ariother part of this journal will be found a detail of the principal public oc currences connected with the arrival of His' Excellency our present ruler, and of those immediately succeeding it. Here it-is our place to offer a few remarks, which we deem so pertinent to the occasidon, that we cannot let the opportunity of making .them pass by unimproved. .It appears that the chiefs of the rebel lions opposition to the Executive Govern ment, and who ...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

WEE KLY .METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. t4Au$rs or TaT rTuBTsouMOUSTrn. x.: N . "WIND, W OaUarD...".Jor.T 99 0 .W." Winay TuotuuAr ..........J 60 70 66 S.W. Dino "aIDr ........... 31M 1 s, 6) S.W. Dino $ATAODATe.. AUGU T 1,61 60 SS .W. Diuo =.TaIDaTr .......... .*34 60 S.W. Miuo Mern temnleranue, 650

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 August 1846

OLLECTIONOS Pfr 'h10 ;P oppagatiow . "ithe Faithl, Suundy 1pen tig, 'an ,of; Atigust, 184G6 b. i.7 ' lih lisi Grace the Archbishop: .s· v..:.. 'L'; 0 Giem The Very Rev Dr. regoryyG.., 0o O: Rev DeaniA ~MEncroe 0..2... J.' C: Suriiiidr, n . ýý: ,s .-.0 5 "O I;Re vDean Cotfeyper collections at - m'1. Parramatta I 1 10 1., Mar. Charles J;gah 0 10 0 :John Alton'' ` . 0' 2 -Jh "Gie John M*Gure *N"' "."; '0 12 1" William Browie *'** **..0...- . D.:5 10 Edward, Daley,'seriori ., Josuephl Wade- ..." 0.' " 0 O wer:Gallagher '' &"'2 6k S Lucas and son': "' .. O Thomas Lucas " . .0: 1 0. Andrew Conaay, "..., . 0,..1 "".0 Sbiauglincssy" p 0 2' o,0 Hock 1'':. 0 110. Patrick Murphy 0. '..O 1 0 John Redding, . ..... 0 1" 0; Divid JordIan ...... 1 PQ John Hare ' 0 2 6 Alexander M'Lcan.. ..:....'.. 0 2 t3" James Mullins . .... 02 2 John Davis . 0.... _ 2 6, Thomas Wylde .. 0 5 0 JolhnHickey . . 0 1 0 Mathew Heffernanu..- ......r 0 1 0 John Carney ....:.,.0 1 0. John Brwine, of S:ingletoi 0. ...

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