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ADDRESS. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

ADDRESS. MAY IT PLasR vooun Excrar.lN.av. We, the members of the Legis'ative Council of New South Wales, in council assemble I, desire to express to your Excellency our affection and loyalty to the person and government of our most gracious Sove. reign, and to offer our res,,eotful thanks for your Excellency's speech to this council. We are sensible of your Excellency's attention to the convenience of the members in callisg,us to. gether at this season of the year when our- public duties will least interferewith our private pursuits. We beg to assure your Excellency. that our labours in this our second session, will be coas'antly directed to the. advancement of the best interests of the colony. It is satisfactory to find, that the newly.arrived. immigrants are of so useful a description, that they have made ready engagements, although we regret at the same time to learn, there.ls: still a large number of mechanics and laboprers who have been longer in the colony, out of employment i...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

LcggllIatt?e eounctl. -o TUEsDAY, MAY 28,1814. The second sessional meeting of the Legislative Council assembled this day at twelve o'clock, when the following members were present: - The Speaker, Messrs. DBury, Bland, Bowman, Bradley, Uowper, Dumaresque, Elwin, Gibbes, Ha " milton, Lang, Lawson, Lithgow, Lord, Lowe, .lacarthur, Mitchell, Nicholson, Panton, Riddell, Robinson, Suitor, Thomson E. D., Wentworth, W. C., Wentworth D., and Young. HIs ExonLLINmo opened the house in the usual form. Sir T. L. Mitchell, and A. Young, and J. P. Robinson, Esqs., took the oaths of ofico as new members. Hle EXCeBLLr.aor then read the following ad. dress s SOasIEmNTLarN OF Tna LeoIsLATIVB COUNCIL, SI have called you together at the season of the :year, when.1 believe .you can, with the least incon venience to yourselves, devote your time :o the service of the public. 1 I congratulate you on tihe commencementof your second session, and I confidently hope that your labours in the course of it, will ...

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Insolvency Proceedings. SATURDAY, MAY 25. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

IInsoIbcnc I kocebitngs. -0 SATURDAY, MAY 25. PROOF OP CLAIMS. In the estate of Henry Moore, aspecial meeting: Thacker, Mason, and Co., £650. N5W INSOLVENT. William Bolton, of Liverpool and Sussex streets Sydney s Debts, £176 18s 4d. Assets-personal property; £90 outstanding debts, £15. Balance' deficiency, £71 18s 4d. John Walker official assignee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

REPEAL. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at Mr. Edward ,Fitagibbons', sign of the Dog and Duck, George-street, opposite Carters' Bar "racks, on IMonday evening, thu 3d of June, 1844. (* The Chair will be taken at half past Seven o'clock precisely, P. MULHOLLAND, Secretary. The Friends of Ireland are earneltly requested to attend. ENGLISH SNUFF. j UST RECEIVED, by the Underseigned, an assortment, consasting of PrltnCb .ttxture, Scented, brown and black Iljapee, Hardnam's 37, Lund)loot, Prince Albert'sa Aixturo, Duke of Wellingtou's Mixture, British Consul's Mixture, La Ferme, and Earl of Lauderdale's Mixture. RICHARD PEEK, (Late Peek and Campbell,) 709 462, George street. HEAL.TH ' O AzLL:: PATRONIZED BY THE GREATEST NOBLES IN THE LAND. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Copy of o Letter from His Grace the Duke of Port. land to Mrs. Ann Mellish, (one of his Tenants) whom His Grace was pleased to send as a Patient to the Proprietor of this extraordinaory Medicine. Madam,-If Mr. Holloway will undertake to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

"*The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout Newl South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, Nero Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st larch, 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 advertisementl the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded, Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday,. Thursday, and Saturday ; but new advertisements are received till siz o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. COMMERCIAL ACADEMY; M R. JOHN MURRAY takes leave to inform young gentlemen who may be desirous to acquire a knowledge of EngliashGram mar, Arithmetic, Book.keepin...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

THIS MORNING CHRONICLE. I'?EDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1844: "Be just ald fear not : Let all the ends thou ahn'at at he thy countrv's, 'Thy God's, and truth'a." Blakspeare. THE CITY CONSTABULABY. MURDER OF MR. NOBLE. WE a short time back mentioned the loud and universal complaints of the people of Sydney, and the surrounding hamlets and neighbourhood, of the insufficiency of, and ineffectual protection afforded them by the present constabulary, or, as it called, " po lice" force. To protect the persons and guard the property of nearly 40,000 people there are but 70 police, and these are con. trolled by an authority emanating from su preme power, and immediately directed by a gentleman, who is almost a stranger in the Colony, who can know but little of its population, and of whose system of manage ment in command of the police we hear many complaints, and no commendation. With that concentration of iniquity, Hyde Park Barracks, existing within the city, and conducted under so lax a system of s...

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TEETOTAL SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

TEETOTAL SOIREE.., -0o A grand Teetotal Soiree was given at the Royal Hotel on the evening of \lond4y last, when upwards of five hundred persons assembled loenjoy the inno centaand cheerful recreations of the evening. The Rev. John M'-Encroe presided. The Very Rev. the Vicar-General and the Rev. Mr. Bourgeois, President of St. Mary's Seminary, and several ladies and gentlemen were present. The Rev. JouN M'Enroaoa, in addreasing the company, said, he wishd them a pleasant and happy. evening. He was glad to see such a numerous as. semblage of persons so contented and happy. Some time ago, Whitsuntide used to be days of rejoicing in a very bad way; but now, through the happy effects of teetotalism, they could meet together and pass the evening in the greatest good humour and harmony. They had been told over and over of the evil effects that followed in the train of intem perance; and it was unnecessary for him to point them out to them. If any conscientious person could say, that he ha...

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Select Poetry. THE SAILOR'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

-elect jpottr3. c-0 THR SAILOIt'S GIAVE. There is, in thoe lone, lone sea, A spot umnarl'd, but holy, For there the gallant and the free In his ocean bed lies lowly: Dowtt, down beIneth the deep, That oft In tl Iumph bore hhn, Ile sleeps a sound und penoenid sleep. With the salt waves dashing o'er him I IIe sleeps, he sleeps, sreem and safe, From tempest uuand from billow, Where storms, that high above him chafe, Scarce rock his peneeltl pillow. Tile sea and him In deatlh They did not dare to sever; Tt was Ida home when hu had breath 'l Is now his home foreoverl Bleep on, sleep on, thou mighty dead, A glorious tomb they've found thee The broad blue sky above thee spread, 'he boundless ocean round thee I No vulgar foot treads here, No haond profane shall mnore thee, lut gallanlt Iealts shall proudly steer, And warriors shabout above tIhee

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MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 May 1844

MBETIN??S OP OURDITOS. SThe followlhgzis.a.list.of all the meetings fixed up to this date: Inclushive in which the numerals represent the number of the meeting ; ad. denotes adjourned ; sp. special; and a. single. MAY.-Wednesday 29.-J. J. Peacock, sp.; Charles C. Warby, sp.: at Bathurst, John Joseph Ashe, 1; Edmund Lockyer, I; J. T. Hughes, ad. ep. Thursday, 30.-John Simson, 2; Edye Manning, I; James Fletcher, s. Friday 31.-George Joseph Thompson, 3; William Henry Sawyer, 3; Trust estate of John Jones, 1 ; James Crisp, 1 ; Alexander Watt, 1; Charles Weavers, ad. s. JUNE. - Saturday, 1. - Wilson, Coser, and Henderson, 3; Alexander M*Leod, s. ; Robert Wood, 1; Thomas C, Potts, 1; George Green, sp. Monday, 38.-Stewart Ryrie, ad. 2; John Mackay, sp.; and at Bathurst, John Piper, jun., sp. Tuesday, 4.- George Green, sp.; Robert Broad, 1. Thursday, 0.-Thomas Manwaring, sp.; Welch and IEldridge, 3; Benjamin S. Mountcastle, s, s at Bathurst, J. J. Ashe, 2; Thomas Piper, s. Friday, 7.-Janet ...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

0ýB Ulep i544 t45t47 -0 IOOIRROTBD UP TOqLAST DVBNINO.J FLOUr, WIIRAT,a&o. X s. d. £. s, d. Flomuflne),I l001bs ;... .... 011 0 to 0 1 0 Ditto (sooldsdLo ....d ... 0 9 0 .. 0 10 0 itred, 2Iall.oraf . . ... 0 0 3 ... 0 010 Ilsoult (neh' owt. .... .. 0 0 0 .. 2 0 Ditto (seojtd) ditto *... 0 0 0 .. 0 1 0 Wheat, Cooltuial, 4 bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 4 Ditto, V.U. Lunddltto .... ... 0 0 .. 0 3 0 Maize, ditto (whoele) .... .. 0 1 2 .. 0 1 3 Diltto, ditto (retll) ... .. .. 10 0 1 0 lraln, ;pj' bushel .. . .. . 0. 0 0 .. 0 010 Blarley iLtto.... ... .... .... 010 0 0 0 0 UDitt, l ditto ... . *. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Dltd, p bushtoel (wlo*loaln) 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, dlttotrtaiU) .... ..... 0 20.. 0 24 lay, to .... ...... 310 0 .. 4 0 0 D itto (ret l), owt . ... . . 0 3 1 .. 0 4 I Whletat at hlgle Locu .... 010 0 .. 0 16 0 Dlttoper doublelo .. 1I 0 0 1 7 6 Fodderparldozens ... 0 0 7 0 0 0 Galuts wholesale), p dozen bulndles U 0 I .. 0 0 7 Dltto(reltal),ditto.... ........ 0-0 0 .. 0 0 10 FItU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

AGINTS FJIL TH COHRONIOLB Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley.' " t ,'lenima, Mr." B. 'Mahbon 'Patterson' Mr. JO'Sulliva; n; Parramatta,'Mr. P. Cardit!. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen SWotlongong, Mr. ThomPoisr~Fowle :: WBat ur st, M r. 'T . Jones Go lburn; M:.Hiionry'Thiompaoq Hobart Town;'Mr.'John Regka Maltland, Mr. Hawkeley ' I ? .,> (Isnpbelllown, &o., "Mr. 'M'Alilsle, Windsor, Mr. James Casaidy' Pe·'bMr.JaesMiinh.i Penrith, Mr. JamesM'DOsrthy''~ · Jerry'e'L'ians. Mir.'J.J: Hatipu Bungo is, ,Mr. Edward' Hughes Wollombi. Mr. MjohieI Byrne i" Published in the UnilterKtnsgdom .bp Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, Losndon' " r" ' Mr. W. 7: Battoreby, 6,' Essoxrbridg; Patrlhs uient.street,' Dublin. '" "' " SydneursPrinted1 dtd'Puibltleheiby MMIOHAIfL.D1AROY 94 turtdgeaetre$,s i?. o t Etroanlole OWio, Iridgeetreel.

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THURSDAY, MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

THURSDAY, MAY 30. The council assembled :at twenty minutes past three o'clock. . The SPIAxsIR announced that the address which had been voted to the Governor on Tuesday had been presented this day, to which his Excellency had been pleased to return the followiog answer s " Ma. SPrAKau AND GSNeL?HsEN, " I thank you for this address, and am particu larly happy to receive your assurances of affection and loyalty to the person and government of her Most Gracious Majesty. " I ardently hope, that with the assistance which you have promised me, the dtlifculties w i h s,ow affect the colony may be surmount:d. * GeoonsO GIPPIa." Government House, May 30, 1844. MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNORfh. A message from the Governor was then an nounced, when Ms. Private Secretary Parker pre sented himself, and handed to the speaker 'several messages (six in number) (rom his Excellency. The first message was to the following effect a " GaITLassae, C" A question has ariseo respecting the Istat 'n this council...

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IMPORTANT MEETING AT CHARLEMONT HOUSE, DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

IMPORTANT MEETING AT CHARULEMONT HOUSE, DUBLIN. THE Earl of Charlemont having by a private circular letter, called on a number ,of Irish noblemen and gentlemen, to meet and ".take into consideration the present alarming excitement, with a view.of.adopt ,ing such measures as might be calculated to,allay the same." .About fifty persons assembled, amongst whom were His Grace .theDtike of Leinster, Marquis of Clanricarde, Marquis of Kil .dare, Earl of Charlemont, Earl of Leitrim, Earl of Meath, Earl of Miltown, Viscount .Acheson, Lord Stuart de Decies, Sir T. ,Esmonde,: Sir Percy Nugent, . Sir .John Burke, Sir Valentino Blake, Sir J. Power D1ublin,iMr. PETsR PJRCErEL,.&e. &c..&c., The Duke of Leinster took -the chair.; Lords Charlemont, Clanricarde, Miltown, Stuart de Decies, Sir John Burke, Messrs. Wyse, and .Apthony Richard Blake, ad .dressed ithe meeting:; after which a set of resolutions were adopted, bht have not yet been published. As .the noblemen -and gen...

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FRIDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

FRtIDAY, MAY |1. The council net this day at the usual hour, when the ouly businessof importance transacted was the consideration of the first mess .ge from the Governor, respecting the resignation of Sir ,1. O'Connell, when thecouncil agreed that he eas at liberty to recall his resignation. tlhe gallant ofti:er will'therefore re. some his seat in council. The second message of his Excellency was then taken into consideration, when a bill was introduced to make valid all the bills passed during the last session, their invalidity having arisen from the illegal appointment of the Attorney General. The bill was read a first time, abd ordered to be read a second time on Wednesday nest, to which day the ltuse adjourned. INSUFFICIENCY OF TIIE POLICE FORCE. Burglaries and robberies have been increasing to such an alarming and fearful extent latterly, in and about Sydney, as to give rise to the opinion, that there is both a gross remissness of duty-a culpable want of vigtlance-as well as a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

CAUTZION. OUR Subscribers in the Districts of Braidwood, Bungadore, Goulburf, Gunning, Gundaroo, Queanbeyan, and Yass, are parti cularly reque, ted not to pay Henry Thompson, or any p rson for him, iany Monies on acc ,unt of this Jour ad ifrom this date. AM. D ARCY. Chronicle Office, May 30th, 1844.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

TOO1IERESPONDRNTS. Cmo's letter, on Mr. Michle's lecture, es1ll appear in our .next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

ABERCROMBIE PLACE. o S?UBSCRIPTIONS towards the exten. si sion and repairs of the Catholic School*house f and Chapel, received in May, 1844 a- it £ e. d. o .Mtr. Councillor Smidmore ........... I 0 0 Very Rev. F. Murphy, V. G....."» 1 0 0 a lessrs. Harisson.................... 0 5 0 Ia Scully........... .. ...... O 1 0 h Devany .................... 0 10 0 Willouehby ................ 0 3 0 Robinson ................. 0 5 0 O'Connor .................) 0 2 6 Mrs. Henoon ...0.................* 0 2 6 Quirk ...................... 0 I 0 a Hunt ................ ......0 2 6 ri Sullivan .................... 0' 2 6 J. Laly ..................... ...0 5 0 Cull ....................... 0 5 0 Gooly......................0.. 2 6 i Messrs D. Doyle ................. 10 0 F. Gallgan ................ 0 6 0 p D* Chery ................... 0 2 0 T. Finn .......... ... 0 2 6 b P. MAnllaly ................ 0 6 0 lrs. Peak ...................... ..... O 6 0 51 Miles................ ".,. . ... 0 2 6 t Messrs. E....

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THE STATE TRIALS. THE DEFENCE—MR. SHIEL FOR J. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

THE STATE TRIALS. THE DRFBNCE-MU1. CIILL FOR J. O'CONNILT.. -o- FLrom the Tablet, February 0.] Mr. 8hiel. amid breathiless silence, rosu to speak. lie said--May it please your lordships and goen flemen of the jury, 1 am counsel for Mr. John O'Connell. Ti:e importance of this case is not susceptible of exaggeration, and I do not speak in the language of hyperbole, aten I say that the atten. tion of the empire is directed to the spot in which we are assembled. How great is the trust reposed in you I How great is the task which I have undertaken to perform I Conscious of its magnitude, I have risen to address you, not unmoved, but undismayed. Not unmoved, indeed I for at this moment how many, of the incidents of my own political life come back upon me, when I look upon my'great political benefactor, my deliverer, and my friend; but of the emotion by which I acknowledge myself to be profoundly stirred, although I will not permit myself to be subdued by it, solicitude forms no part. I ha...

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IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

1RISH NEWS. Time eyes of mankind are now fixed upon Ireland. We are in possession of many interesting articles of news from that land whose noble sons are arising in the might of a great people, like a giant refreshed with wine, to burst the shackles put on their noble limbs, by treachery, fraud, and wrong. The Irish people are at this moment a spectacle worthy of the admira tion of all mnankind, as they will (like the Greeks in the days of Hartnodius and Aris toqiton) be the theme and wonder of the historians.of all future ages. The days of Ollains Fodlalh, and Cormac O'Cuin, are not -gone for ever I Wishing to give the extraordinary dis play of eloquence and reasoning of SsIEL unbroken, we must postpone for the present several articles of Irish news, which shall appearin our next. SHIEL has surpassed even himself, and is all but a Repealer: he would be-he could not but be, one to the back bone, but for those Whigs, who dubbed him right honorable. Having tasted of the Circean cup o...

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SQUATTERS' PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

SQUATTERS' PETITIONS. WE are pleased to see that in the remote districts men have sense enough not to adopt the silly and most baseless assump tion put forth at the Royal Hotel squatters meeting, and echoed by the squatter press, that the Governor's squatting regulations are " unconstitutional," and " a taxing of the subject without his consent"-whereas they are a rule for letting crown lands, which any royal tenant, (or squatter) may or may not accede to: they are therefore no more a tax in the sense of a tax on malt or tea, than are the rents of Lord Stanley, or Sir Robert Peel--they are a quid pro quo, or equivalent for value received, in royal property, i. e., the use of the runs, and their herbage, but not the trees. Mr. Charles Campbell made an ad mirable speech at the Queanbeyan squat ters' meeting, which (like Alderman Mac dermott's at the Royal Hotel) was not so much as seconded. But it shall be se eonded-it shall spread through the length and breadth of the land-it shall b...

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