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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

Utorgiat ibe _ o_ ? ncl , -0 WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1814. The council met this day at three o'clock. The SPrrErs announced, that in compliarce with the wishes of the house, he, and the lHonor able the Colonial Secretary, had waited upon His Excellency the Governor to ascertain at which hour he would be pleased to receive the address which the house had voted to him i when His Excellency fixed two o'clock to.morrow, (Thursday.) NEW POST OFFICE RIEGULATIONS. Mr. IeRlrlasoN begged to enquire from the Colo nial Secretary, whether the local government had received any communication from tihe home au thorities relative to tlhe establishment of a line of packet ships between England and this colony. And if so, whether such packets were to sail once or twice a month, anrd whe:her the postage of one shilling chargeable oneach letter, according to the circular of the Post kMaster General, is to cover the postage on the delivery here, as also, the u erland postage on letters addressed to perolus i...

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PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REV. F. MURPHY, V.G. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

PUBLIC TESTIMONIAL TO TIHE VERY REV. F. MURPHY, V4G. WE beg to call the attention of our readers to tie advertisement in our 3d page, calling a public meeting .at St. Patrick's Church on Tuesday evening next, .for the purpose of offering a testimonial to 'that Very Rev. Gentleman on the occasion of his leaving Sydney for the Episcopacy of Adelaide. This is no sectarian or party question-it appeals alike to all; and if exalted virtue -if unobtrusive usefulness which seeks to be unknown, and to .do its work unseen-if .untiring zeal in the cause of virtue, mora .lity, and religion-if benevolence and alms giving to the full extent of his humble means-if tie mild spirit of charity and brotherly love, which embraces men of every class-and creed alike-if lofty and fervid eloquence, combined with singular humi lity-if these, and their other sister virtues that adorn that good pastor, give.any man a claim to the respect, love, and admiration of his fellow citizens, Mr. Murphy has earned them...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

" Iarlanmcntarp IntcllIntrcc. THE QUEBI'S BPyEEOH, My Loids and Gentlemen,... It adords me great satisfaction again to meet you in ParliameRp, and to have the opportunity of pro. Atting by your assistance aqd advise. J entlprtin a con?dle?t hope liat the genoqrl peace op necessary for tile Ifapplgess and prosperity of all pgtloos will continue uninterrupted My friendly rplations with the King of the French, and the good qnodertanding happily established between my Government qq4 theq pf his Majesty, with the conaliped aseuranoes of the peaceful and pmicpble 4lsposltipns qf all Prlnces and States, confirm me in this eapppsttiqR . I have drecled that the trettly whiph I have ,con. eluded with the Elppror of Chila shall be luid before you, and I rejoice to think that it will, in its results, prove highly qdvqntaggous to the trade of this country. Throughout the whole corsee of my qegroiations with the Goveenment bl China, I have, uniformly ditclaimed the wish for any exclusive adantago...

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PREPARATORY PRAYERS IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL BEFORE DELIBERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

PREPARATORY PRAYERS IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL BEFORE DELIBERATIONS. VE are mighty sorry that Mr. Cowper's most pious motion, that prayers should be read for the council each day before prow ceeding to business, was negatived. The loss of it is a melancholy ," sign of the times" we live in-it is a mark that we are " fallen on evil days ;" and makes us exclaim on the degeneracy of the age lieu pietas! heu prisca fide / How can a council expect luck or grace, which threw out such a proposition ? I-low many inspi rations and blessings, and how much of divine guidance, might not have flowed in upon the minds of hon. members, that now may be denied, and lost to the colony for ever ! The members must in future, like a Roman Senate, ora National Convention, grope their way as they best can, by the glow-worm light of reason ' Yet how cheaply could the lamp of divine science have been bought ' We know some very worthy and reverend old gentlemen, (staunch 39 article men) one of whom we rather...

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

"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wedneesday and .aturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Dienen?s Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; atd in England, Scotlatid, 'and Ireland.-- The Quarters end on the 31st. arch, 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 adverlisenenti the number of insertions required; otheirwise' they are continued till countermanded, Orders to discoitinue 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 six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Alt instructions must be givenin.writing, and all letters post paid" ';TO CHEMISTS AND DRUoGGISTS. r l E'.undersigned has just opened an' Sexcelltl,t'assorttrcnt ol l)Iugs,' Chemical, and. Pefdusrery. Imported per Colombian, Alics...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 June 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE t, 1644. " Be Just and fear not: oet all the ends thou aln'st at be thy countrys, Thy Godr, and trul'as." Bhakspeara. -LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WaB can, for want of space, but very briefly -and curtly touch upon the proceedings of :the Legislative Council, as far as they have hitherto gone. It would be premature 'now, to predict any thing as to what the resultis of its labours, during the session, may be--we hope the best-we sincerely trust .that something more useful-more .effectual-more consistent with common :-sense and public utility, than the fantastical, -wild, and futile projects of last session, may .be introduced.and acted on in this. "We saw, with pain, such a disgusting melange of hypocrisy, fanaticism, and ob .surdity, as was exhibited to the laughter of !mankind, in -the debate on Mr. Cowper's Smotion about prayers in Council :-When -will the period arrive, that we shall cease to ;insult the Deity, and outrage common de cency, and commo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

:aklt OV uttt0th COTTAGE AND GROUND IN GLOU. CESTER.STt REET. M I. III. GANNON will sell by auction, on the ground, in the rear of the Custom House, on FRIDAY NFXT, 'ru 7Iht INSTANT, At Twelve o'clock precisely, A Cottage and Ground, situated in Gloucester. street, now in the p.sseasion of Mr. Edward Parsnnate, and adjeina the property lately purchased by John Dailey, Esq. lisle-A Gtatt from the Crown to the present jroptietor. I'lie Auctioneer will deal privately with any person previous to the day of sale. 1'etms made known at the time of sale. 719 HORSES. R. ARMSTRIONG, Veterinary Sur. geon, will sell by auction, at his Repositoty, 'tOliORROW, at ;Noon, Saddle horses Draught hoists Broad mares. Teamo at sale. 725 M R. W. DIMMITT will sell by auction, without resrrve, on the premises, 129 George. street South, next the Oddlfellow's hlall, TillS DAY, 6th JUNE, 1844. At Eleven o'clock, t'he Fittings of a Butcher's Shop, together with the Household Furniture,, glass cases, large iron...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

TO O3)ltRESPONDHNT%. The letters of CTOor E. J. H., andI****, are unavoidably postponed till Saturdy, when they shalt appear. The election of Mr. Ptorrus (if the lItter writer be correct as to facts) to the Maitland Council, is undoubtedly null. We are asto nished the Warden should have allowed his election, in the teeth of clause xiv. of the charter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

AGI:NTS "FOi TUIB CHRQNLOL.IU Broulee, Mr. B. M3'CsuIsy. Ileraims, .Mr. &. *M'Mahon. Nitoercon, Mru J.: O'Sullivan. Parr'amsus.'Mt. P. CirdiA.. Port Phillip,. Mr. J. Buflen Wollongong.' Mr. -Thorns Fowier "Bathurat, Mr. T. Johass Ilobart.Tovn, `Mr. John Regan "Maitland, Mr. Hawks!.y Camnpbelltown.,&v., Mr. -M'Alster Windsor, Mr. Jimei CaisIdy' Penuith, Mr. James M'Csahy Jerry's Plaisns; Mr: J.,J. Harpur Bungo is,"Mr. Edwaid"Hugbes Wollombi. Mr. drfith al Bhyrne Publiihld ~in-is 'United Kusydons -bj Mr. Joues, 63, Piterfnoiter~row, London Mr, W. J:' atteriby, b, Eaaei4bridgse Rantls. ment~street, Dublin. 'Sydneym'Prlated and Published by MJOH1AeI. flAIWOY of Dlrldge strcet~at the' Obronlele 001w, fli~dge~etreeti

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THE TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REV. FRANCIS MURPHY, VICAR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

THE TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REV. FRANCIS MURPHY, VICAR GENERAL. A nu perous and respectable meeting of the friends of that Very Rev. and good pastor, was held in St. Patrick's Church, yesterday evening, for the purpose of en tering into a subscription, as a testimonial of the respect, love, and veneration of his fellow citizens, on the occasion of his de parture for South Australia, to the bishopric of which he is to be consecrated. John Hubert Plunkett, Esq., Attorney Generals presided. A considerable sum was sub scribed on the spot, and the list is still open.

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LAW OF LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

LAW OF LIBEL. WE are obliged to postlpone until next Saturday a copy of the late changes in the Law of Libel, which so much needed change.

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MEETING OF SAINT PATRICK'S SOCIETY, AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

MEETING OF SAINT PATRICK'S SOCIETY, AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. The usual monthly meeting of the above societies took place on Sunday evening last in St. Patrick's Church. The itev. J. M'Encroe presided. Ilis Grace the Archbishop attended. The 11ev. J. M*Encutoa said, he was glad to find so large an assembly present that evening; it augured well for both societies. The rev gentleman then drew the attention of the meeting to the plan of debentures, as suggested by the Vicar General at a previous meeting, and said, that he considered it the safes' and the best plan that could be adopted. Any friend of St. Patrick's Church that had money at his disposal, and wished to sake an advance of it, could safely do so under the form of debentures. lie must give the money for a certain.time, at least for twelve months. And each person as he re quired his money, would receive it under this rule, that priority of payment would be determined by the priority of granting the deb...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

MARRIED, On Tuesday, the 4th instant, at Saint Mary's Church, Hyde Park, Sydney, by the Rev. Dr   Gregory, and afterwards at Saint Andrew's   Church, by the Rev. Robert Allwood, George     Gilmore, of Sydney, Esq , youngest son of John Gilmore, of Clifton, in England, Esq., to   Margaret Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Charles Henry Chambers, of Pyrmont, in Sydney, Esq.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

'The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters eiid on the 31:1 March, 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 advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued tilt 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 six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Alt instructions must be given in writing, and all letter, postpaid. FRESH AMdEIIICAN TOBACCO, OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, AND IN PRIME CONDITION. Ex NAVIGATOR.' rg'7RE' Undersigned is now selling the .3 above heautiful Tobacco, (Cavendish, 11 ...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1844. Slie just mnd lear ndt: Let alU the ends thou ehin t it he thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's,'' .itakspeare. THE SPEECH OF MR. CHARLES CAMPBELL AT QUEANBEYAN. Wx did not intend to return so soon to the already vexed question of squatting, but for the flimsy, though flippant and confident critique in the Herald of Saturday, on Mr. Charles Campbell's speech at the Quean beyan squatters' meeting; which speech the Herald is pleased to designate as " pedan tic," evincing " an ignorance of the cha racter and capabilities of the colony, in a native of the colony, and a man of educa tion and colonial experience, truly sur prising ;" that " if it means any thing, for its meaning is not very lucidly exhibited, it is that the Wakefeld system of concen tration, against which the censures of the colonists are now ringing from one end to the other, is after all the best that could be adopted for New South Wales," &c. It is indeed to us " ...

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THE STATE OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

THE STATE OF THE CHUROIHES. -0- When we say, " the sate of the Churches," we mean the three churches respectively of England, Scotland, and Ireland; and we cannot help express. ing our surprise that these establishments, which the ingenuity or policy of man has so intimately blended with the engines of State Government should be in a condition which leads to endless po lemics and interminable quarrels. We have on former occasions alluded to the impolicy of corn. mingling sectarian affairs with political ones; be. cause the opinions and sympathies of men arc opposed to all attempts at arbitrary sway in matters in which the conscience appears to be alone con. corned; and we shall now briefly sketch the present position of the three churches, divided as-hey are in themselves, and opposed as they are each one to the other..In doing this we disclaim any attempt at increasing the difficulties of these institutions -our object being to offer a kind of historica. sketch of the embarrassment...

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THE STATE TRIALS. THE DEFENCE—MR. SHIEL FOR J. O'CONNELL. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 5 June 1844

THE STATE TRIALS. TILE DEFENCE-MR. SHIEL FOR J. O'CONNELL. (Concluded.) But if Emancipation was to be carried, how much wiser it wou.d have been to have settled it 44 years ago, and without putting tire country through that ordeal of excitement through which the Imperial P arliament, by the procrastination of justice, forced it to pass. Mr. Pitt, by transferring the Catholic question horn the Irish to the Imperial Parliament, destroyed his own administration, and furnished a proof that, in place of being able to place Ireland under the protection of his own genius, he placed her under the crintrol of the strong religious preju. dices of the English people. Mr. Pitt returned to the first place in the ministry without, however, being able to make any stipulations for the fulfil. ment of his own engagements, or the realisation of the policy which ho felt to be indispensable for the peace of Ireland. The Roman Catholic question was brought forward in'l805, and was lost in an Imperial Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

AGEayTS FOIlT-lB O ikO.LO ULIS B, ,ulee, Mr. B. M'Cauloy. Bert 'ma, Mr. B. M'Mahou.: Patter ion, Mr. J. O Sullivan. - Parramatta,,Mr. P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Thomsl-Fowler - Bathurst, Mr..T. Jones m Hobart Town, Mr. John Reoga Maitland, Mr. Hawkslesy Campbolltown, &o., Mr. M'Allater Windsor, Mr. Jaseo Cassidy Penlith, Mr. Janpes M'Cartlty Jerrr's Plains, Mr .J. J. Harpii? Buogo ls., Mr Edward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. Miobhel Byrne Publi?shd in li' United Kingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternuster-row, London Mr.W. J. Battersby, , Brssez-bridge, Parliah ment-street, Dublin. Sydnley Printed aud Publiabod by MIOtlAISiLDAItO Y of (Uridgeo.aeret. at.tse Crouqle O?omo, ltid?lorove@i

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

EXTRAORDINAuRY ' IOTTOWt-. Th0 Newt Y'ork Morning Herald has the following for its motto s-Take no shin plasters, all damned rogues who issue them--live temperately-drink mode. rately-sschew temperance societies-take care of the sixpences-never trust a saint-go to bed at ton-rise at six-never buy on credit-fear God Almighty-love the.beautiful girls-vote against Van iLuren-and kick all politicians and parsons to the devil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

CAL ' U T0 N. O T SR ubscribers in the Districts of Braidwood, Bang adore, Goulburn, Gunnint.,o, Gundaroo, Queanbeyan, and Yass, are parti cularly requested not to pay Henry Thompson, or any person br hinm, any Monies on account of'thisJour nal from this date. MA. .D'ARCY. Chronicle Office, May 30th, 1844.1 M R. J. W. W IAY has been appointed Agent for the Chronicle in the dis trict of Launceston, V. D. Land, to whom our Subscribers are requested to pay the amount of their respective accounts. M. D'ARCY. Chronicle Office,Q June 3, 1844. 5

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