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TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

M TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RUSSELL. 9 )It Lord — Your lordship is reported m your speech 1 on the Address, to have said, 'that, generally ipeaking, the lay Catholics of England neither wished for the establishment of the Catholic i hierarchy, nor approved of it ;' that your Lordship -;said this on the authority of Eoman Catholic lay nien and priests !' and that you were ' in a posi tion to take measures, not only satisfactory to l'rotestants, but to loyal Roman Catholics, who wish to preserve their allegiance to the Crown un impeaclied and unimpaired.' Your lordship can hardly have avoided seeing the eppy of an address to Cardinal Wiseman, distribu- I I ted to all the Members of both Houses of Parlia I raent, in. which the following lines occur : — I ' It is our ardent wish that our holy father Pope I Pius IX, should be assured of the heartfelt grati I tude which we feel towards him for the great bles I iing which he has bestowed on us in establishing I the°hierarcliy in our belo...

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THE NEW WHIG PENAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

THE NEW WHIG PENAL LAW. (From the Catholic Standard, Feb. 15.) We cannot avoid thinking and expressing; our belief that a considerable mistake has been committed in offering any opposition on the part of the sincere friends of religious and civil liberty, to the introduction of Lord John Russells new Penal Law against Ca tholicity. The unusual course adopted by the noble Lord, or not only omitting, but absolutely declining, to exp'ain the details of his proposed bill, leads us to infer that this deliberate taciturnity on a matter on which the country had a right to anticipate a plain and full exposition, was fraught with artifice, cunniug,and gross disingenuousnesu And this opinion is made a conviction on our minds by what has happened since the unprofitable debate commenced. It is, we think, now p'am that the Premier withheld explanation in his introductory speech* for the shabby purpose of sounding the temper of the House, and squaring his measure to the manifestation of the feeli...

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CONVERSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

I CONVERSIONS. I As lome of our contemporaries have already I mentioned the fact, we may now state that the ? W. Mr. Harper, late Minister of St. Peter's Pim ? ™o, has been received into the Church at the ? tyncopal residence, Golden Square, by the Vicar ? liBiieral. We were aware a fortnight ago of the ?: w. gentlemen's intended secession from Anglican ? »'ii but for particular reasons, made no mention M Mlt. We may also Statrt thfi nnnvorsinn nf fha I tar. Mr. Bedford, of Christ Church, Hoxton. In ? our next we shall probably be enabled to announce ? we names of an Anglican clergyman, and about ? wenty members of his' late congregation, some of ? »hom have been received into the Church at the I V0atr°f,th.e S°0d Shepherd by his Eminence ? e Urdinal Archbishop of Westminster, and the I reua?f ot who™ are under instruction. I inlnfnlCOnrespondent infoi'ms us that on the 8th I 21! 6 ?T E' A- Joh'ston, lately a beneficed 1 3!' °/ V18 atablidiment, w,s received into I 'I™ ?f the church...

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GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

GOLD. As Nitric or Muriatic Acid. i3 said to be a sure test for distinguishing 'real' from ap parently golden minerals, so ' Gold' itself is a true test to discover whether a man is in the full possession of ' sound sense' and makes the proper use of that valuable commo reflecting mind to notice the thoughtless and reckless avidity with which hundreds rush on blindly in search of 'Gold.' Nothing can prove more forcibly the ' fallen state' of man and the impaired condition of the ' human mind,' than the almost total want of forethought and reflection in men when the ' Go'den bait' is held out in the dis tance to allure them to its grasp. Gold seems to possess some of the fascinating and ruinous properties of the ' Forbidden Fruit' in Paradise. There is this difference however between the acquisition of Gold and the eating of the ' Apple' in the Gar den 3 the one was sinful because forbidden by its Creator, the other is not so, though it might become sinful trom the risk incurred in p...

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[?] The[?] Dublin, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

i Sveiaiffl. I Tim „„:._.. Dublin. Febrnarv 2fK I SnptioSh^81 V16 K^esiBHticar Titles 1 -- Cur, £Shouri/ Sftthew strength. Galway, I ;e')0rt8 have f?i ar° am.on§ the Places froin wl»'ch I W(it0 Petition Tj\re™ of meetings already ? » won against the meaaure ; but meetings have also, been held for that purpose in several minor places, and preparations are on foot for po pular demonstrations of a more important charac ter. On Saturday, the Pvoman Catholics of Lime rick are to assemble for the purpose of denouncing the measure ; on Tuesday next the corporation of Cork will hold a special meeting for the same pur pose ; and to-day a general meeting of the Roman Catholic inhabitants of the several Dublin parishes are to meet in the Kotundo, to give expression to their sentiments on the subject;. Local meetings of the Roman Catholic clergy are also being held, and a good deal of interest is excited by the ap proaching conference of the Eoman Catholic pre lates, who are to consult together...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part nf OHr paper. Received from T. H , Jamberoo, £\ 4-0 ,, J. C. Concord, .. I 19 6 THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1851. ' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas.'

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[?]esiastical Entelligence. PROPOSED TRACT ARIAN ADDRESS TO DR. WISEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

-&£cl£0ta0tiail %nteiliee\ue. PROPOSED TRACTARIAN ADDRESS TO DR. wrSTCMAN.-' . ( From thp. Record's. *-- The following address has been sent to us by a man of judgment and high character, who says, ' It has been forwarded to me this afternoon by a good and trustworthy man, and he copied it from a printed address now in the coarse of signature amongst the St. Barnabas congregation : — Til tils j!iUtni!.AUri i; -i n £1 1 a -*i' niaiijiAfl, ' May it' please your Eminence — We, the under signed members of the Church of England, beg leave to approach your Eminence with unfeigned expressions of respect for your person and office as a Bishop of the Church of God, accompanied by that cordial disclaimer of the sentiments avouched by so many of our brethren and fellow churchmen which befits those who believe that the cause of re ligion is to be upheld by other weapons than those of intemperate and uncharitable zeal. ' We venture not to offer to your Eminence the tribute of our sympath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

I CATHOLIC. BOOKS. : ; A FKW Copies of the following Books I vl| are on S;-le at the Office of the ? 'FaFEMAN's Journal' 70, Castlereagh-street. Bf Doway Bible and Testament K Hpeve's History of the Bible ?; Missals, Vesperals, and Complines ?i Life of Christ, by S\ Bonaveature « Challoner's Meditations ?] Miliner'a End of Controversy jW Poor Man's Catechism I Think Well On'c K Manual of Devotion ? Strangers' Guide to Mass ' ' ? I Catholic Child's Praver Book ? Andrew Dunn ?j The Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. ?1 J. McEncroe | TSie Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy | of the Holy See, by R. K. Sconce, B. A., i Oxon ( The Rules of the Confraternity of the Blessed i Virgin i Devotions for the Souls in Purgatory ? The Practice of the Living Rosary 1 Bell's Dictionary of all Religion I Cobbett's History of the Reformation ;. lirittain's Divinity of Christ ? Dr. Ullathorne's New South Wales li Via Cruois the Way of the Cross I! Catechism extracted from the Writings of I Marti...

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CARDINAL WISEMAN ON RECENT CONVERSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

[1 CARDINAL WISEMAN ON RECENT I CONVERSIONS. {From the Observer.) un omutay evening a Jecture was delivered by Cardinal Wiseman, at St. George's, Southwark, on the subject of conversions to the Roman Catho lic faith. The lecturer commenced by showing that if there was one characteristic more than ano ther which the present age was ambitious of ob taining, it was that of beinjr an a-?e of unneasimv progress and advancement. In every department under the control of human activity there was a desire to advance, impatience of delay, and. little or no reverence for experience. Everything was shift ing and experimental, and nearly 'all were looking with anxiety towards the future. In the midst of nil this change there stood one power which had .stability for its essence, which had the past to calm arid guide it. amlwas secured by an uufailmo- pro mise. This was the Church of' God— the Catholic Church— which in principle was unchangeable, which, admitting the great doctrine -of irifallibii...

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NEW ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL IN WESTMINSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

NEW ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL IN WESTMINSTER. (From the Observer. ) We understand that a large piece of ground has been obtained by the Roman Catholic body in the line of the new street now in course of formation between the Houses of Parliament and Pimlico, for the purpose of erecting a magnificent cathedral, to he called St. Patrick's. Victoria-street, as the new streeet has been named, will run through the lowest and most densely populated parts of West minster, the houses are to be palatial in character, and the new opening, while supplying residences tit tor either branches ot the Legislature, will be the means of affording a more direct and commo dious access between Buckingham Palace, the aristocratic district of Belgravia, and the Houses of Parliament, and will tend very materially to im prove the ventilation and drainage of that quarter of the town. The cathedral of St. Patrick will be the metropolitan church of the Cardinal, and will, when completed, it is said, surpass any...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

IMPOUNDTNGS. Modqbe.— On the 23rd day of May, 1851, from the purchased land of Henry James Blackmail, of Cooyal Creek :--Bay mare, black pointB, long switch tail, branded WM on the near shoulder, 3 years old, Mi hands high— damages 6d. If not released, will bp.sold at Mudgee Pound, on the 17th day of June next, to defray expenses, Bgreeable to the Act of Council. J. Finucanb. 9s. 6d. tr i r..r. »?*.«* 1?..-»iy» tim TTetato i\f ToppmiaVi Ornnt. Esq., Midlow, the I4th of May, damages £1 .—aged black horse about 18 hands high, hind feet and near fore white, a white spot each side under the saddle, short docked tail, branded F off shoulder, a hlnrnh liranil nnrlnf anrl .t and fliA npar shoulder CVLOfcl -/l UtIVI V* ? * V V. - UUU if I ' w»*»^ »«»v m»»--»- ————.. — — — with q under. To be sold in 24 days from first pub lication, if not sooner released. James M'Oay. 9s. 9d. Gulmgal.— From Burburt»at, on the 12th May, for trespass :- White cow, S off thigh, and brand off ribs not legible ;...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real name3 and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 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. Wal*h, Parramatta strpet, and Mr. Thomas MoEncroc, Grocer, Sussex street, Market Wharf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

AMOUNT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS re ceived for Saint Patrick's Church, on Sunday Evening, June Its, 1851 j— £ is. d. Handed in by Procurator General. . .15 0 0 Eliza Clarke .. ..026 Timothy Shaughnessy .. .,.0 5 0 John Harte .. ..020 Robert White .. ..026 Phillip M'Cormick .. ..026 Thomas Devanny .. .. -0 5 0 Patrick Freehiil .. ... ? 0 5 0 John Murphy .. .. 0 2 6 A Friend .. ..026 Friends .. .. .. 0 10 6 William Dugfiin .... 0 2 6 Patrick Ford . . ..026 Mr. Staunton .. ..050 Mary Folev .. ..010 William Whittaker .. .,006 Thomas Wild . . ..050 Master Viucent Rahel .. ..050 James Mullins .. ..026 Mark Devlin .. ..020 A oonstand friend .. ., 0 10 0 Thomas O'Neil .. .. 0 2 9 James Dummins .. ..050 Martin Hanley .. ..050 Mrs. Brady .. ..026 Cornelius Kenny .. ..010 Widow's Mite .. ..001 Collected by R. Huck -. ..700 A friend, per R. Huck.. ..100 Total .. £27 12 1 A MOUNT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS re XlL ceived for the Propagation of the. Faith, on Sunday Evening, June 1st, 1851 : - ' £ s. d. His Grace th...

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INFLU'NCE OF EXTENDED T R-RITORY ON THE CHARACTER OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

INFLUENCE- OF EXTENDED T R R1T0RY ON THK CHARACTER OF THK AMERICAN PKOPLK. {From Frazer's Magazine.) The vast extent of the territory of tne United States, ranging through so many de grees of latitude, is, particularly to so loco motive a people as the Americans, a very great educational advantage. By the aid of their extensive system of railways and noble steamboats one may pass, at a very cheap rate, and with a great many comforts, from the na'ural scenery and cultivation of a tem perate region to the scenery and cultivation of the tropics. Within one Week the tra veller may see, successively, fields of wheat, maize, tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, and sugarcane. The natural features, too, of the country possess equal variety, and each is on the grandest scale. There is their region of lakes, equal to inland seas ; the region of mixed forests ; the region of kalmias, azaleas, rhododendrons, and a.hdromedas ; the region of the valley of the Mississippi, larger than most of the kingd...

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A GREAT DAY FOR THE DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

A GKEAT DAY FOR THE DOCTORS. {From Dickens1 Household Words.') The first of October is a great day for the doctors. The sportsman may look out for the same time, because then pheasant shoot ing begins ; the farmer, because it suggests certain arrangements between malt and hops preliminary to Christians and the comforts of long winter nights; the lawyer may take October the first as a hint of the gradual death of the long vacation, and the near advent of Term time and November the second— its writs and summonses, judgments and executions ; the draper may regard it shrewdly, as affording a good time for:a ' frightful sacrifice,' and an ' extensive sale of autumn goods, preparatory to the com mencement of the winter season.' Each and all of these, and many more have an interest in the first of October ; but their claims are as nothing to that of the doctors. To the medical folks of these three kingdoms — but to those of London more preeminently — does the day especially belong. To them...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JUNE, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JUNE, 1851. 5 Th Octave of Ascension, d.m. 6 F S. Norbert, bp. and conf. d. 7 Sat Vigil of Pentecost, Fast, s.d. 8 S Pentecost, d.} first class. 9 M Of the Octave, d., first class. 10 T Of the Octave, d., first class. 11 W Ember Day — of the Octave, s.d. 12 Th Of the Octave, s.d. 13 F Ember Day — of the Octave, s.d. 14 Sat Ember Day — of the Octave, s.d. 15 S Trinity Sunday, d., second c 'ass. 16 M S. Barnabas, ap. from the 11th, d.m., O.S.B., S. Leo, p. and conf. d. 17 T S. John a Facundo, conf. from 12th, d., O.S.B., St. Barnabas, ap., d.m., from 11th. 10 W S. Anthony of Padua, conf. from 13th, * ADI] O T- ..« !?a aa 1. ~* n*-i#l »i A O., U.O.J3.J Q. JLJOnuace, op. anu. in.u., from 5th. 19 Th Corpus Christi, d., first class. 20 F Of the Octave, s.d. 21 Sat Of the Octave, s.d., O.S.B., S. Aloysius, conf. d. 22 S Second after Pentecost, s.d., O.S.B., S. Alban, m.d. 23 M Of the Octave, s.d. 24 T Nativity of S. John Baptist, d., first class. 25 W I S. William, a...

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MR. COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

MR. -COBDEN. {From an American Paper. ) The fiist session passed without any storm. The ne--- member was, as it is said in Eng land, assured of a heating in the house; and that is all that a debutant could accomplish' . for the first year. The opening of the ses sion of 1843 found the manufacturing dis tricts in a state of great distress a?id agita tion, produced bo*h by the high price of food and the stagnation of trade. . The borough of Stock port suffered parti cularly from this double scourge, i.he doarnesg of provisions and the want of en ployment. in February, 1843, this distress of the in dustrial population became the object of the deliberations of Parliament. The debate lasted many days, or rather many nights. At length Mr. Cobden rose ; and', after an animated picture of the frightful misery of the people in the north of England, and esp3cially at Stockporf, he directed his aU tacks against the head of the Cabinet, Sir ]}, Peel, declaring him to be, in bis quality of princ...

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. MEETINe OF THE COUNTY MAYO. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LETTER. MKET1NG OF THE COUNTY MATO. A meeting of the inhabitants of the County Mayo was held in the Court-house, Castlebar, for the purpose of expressing the feelings of the county on the late letter of Lord J* Russel to the bishop of Durham. The High Sheriff had been requested to convene the meeting, but he refused to do so, Both the Members for the County were present, a few of the gentry, and a large number of Catholic Clergymen. Mr. Moore, M. P., presided, and A /ill \ycx\*ai\ ** nifrf*oi* invof'ri sro Q rrnincf T ./?\i»/-4 _T I? n a a nil for his double dealing and bigoted intolerance. A resolution expressive of the indignation of the meeting at the Premier's letter, which fomented reigious animosites among her Majesty's subjects, and excited against one portion of the inhabitants of the country, the sectarian hate, the fanaticism, and the fury of the other, was moved by Mr. Ousely Higgins, seconded by the Very Rev. James Hughes, of Claremorris, and carried ...

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SYNOD OF THURLES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 June 1851

SYNOD OF THURLES. The secretaries of the late Synod of Thurles liave given the following contradiction to the statement that the synodical address was adopted by a bare majority of thirteen votes to twelve : ' A statement, ascribed to the Prime Minister, to the effect that the address of the Synod of Thurles was adopted by a bare majority of . one, having appeared in the published reports of the proceedings in Parliament, we, the secretaries of the Synod^ feel it our duty to declare that such statement is wholly devoid of foundation, the said address having, as- already described, been read in full Synod, and unanimously adopted in our pre sence by the fathers, arid by them ordered to be published. ' Patrick Leahy, D. D., President of the college of Thurles. ' Peter Cooper, D. D., Canon of the Chapter, Dublin. ' D. O'Brien, Vicar-General of Waterford and President of St. John's College. '

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