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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
IMPOUNDING 8. ? Wo Li/ON gong. — From Fairy Nfeadow. by Jarm's Slaven, on the 28th instant : Brinillf heifer, brand on rump illegible- damagrs 7-. 6d. If not release! will be sold accoidiug to Act of Council Jamk.s MURFHY. 9d. Petebsham —On th«- 28th day of M-v- ISol : — Whi e borrow p a ; lil.-u-k and wimp' hnovv pip ; two black iip.rrow pitfs; iwo black s-.ws. If ih above beacts arc1 not claimc'd on c-r bffuii1 the 2QU-. June, 1851, they will be sold at t!ie 1'oui d. at no»n. on th« 24 h df.y of June, 1S51. Char lbs Heaun. 9s. 6d. bb'RKiMA. — On the 22nd of May. by Mr Jos- \-h Reily, of Uotig I3on« : - Mack mtiw lioise. white ace, near sidw of the nosirii vihite, under lip whit* . near h nd foot white, rising 4 years old short sWitcl tail, 15 nanHa high, apparently branded rn ne.'u shoulder MD— damages £5. if not released will u sold on the 20th of June. G. Chapronieeb. 9?. Z-.i. Scone.— 'Prom Segenhoe, on the 16 .h May, 18.61:. . ~Iron grey mare, brown spot on the. nose. JP near ...
TENANT RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
TENANT RIGHT. (From the Belfast Vindicator. ) A providential combination of events has brought about opportunities of raising the condition of this long degraded nation that the most sanguine, twelve months ago, could not hope to have witnessed for many a long year. The League is now in perfect working order, and the voice of public opinion on the great question of questions is no longer doubt ful. The timid have laid aside their fears, and the virtuous sons of toil stand secure in their numbers, and confidence in the justice of their cause. They feel and understand their position. At present Ireland has virtually no constituency,, and conse quently no representatives. For example, take the county of Limerick, the scene of the late contest. Will any sane man assert that six hundred voters, two-thirds of whom are the agents, bailiffs, or the creatures of landlordism, can be regarded as a county constituency ? But, happily, we will shortly have a more equitable representation. The new...
SBAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
SEAIN. The King Consort's brother, Don Enrique, has re ceived permission to return to Spain, and fix his residence at Valladolid. The followi g anecdote is related of the Queen : — ' The other night, as her Majesty was entering her box at the Opera, one of the female chorus sing ers threw herself at her feet, and implored her Ma jesty to grant the life of a carabinero, who was to have been shot for a breach of discipline. Need we add that the petition of the poor girl was granted, for Isabella II. has a humane and feeling heart.''
EPITOME Of HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
EPITOME Oif rU'Mii inh,WS. Death of a. Centenarian. — At Hayton, near Fethard, Mary Furlong, at the advanced age of one hundred and eleven 3 ears. She could relate tlie day before she died, alt the occurences which bap* ptnad for upwards of one hundred years in the parish living therein since her birth, and possessed all her intellects to the last moment. She was a widuw thirty five years, and always earned her bread by hard labour and industry, and though her means were scanty, ehe ever enjoyed good health. Sbnsk from a Mansb. — The following is an extract from a. private letter by a Parish Minister in the South of Scotland :— ' Was there ever so silly, so uncalled for, so futile an outcry. aa this about the Pope P But tie agitation, if it des erv.es the name, illustrates the prodigious latent heart of the old gentleman with tbo thiee old hats at St. Peter's. It reminded me of what Chateaubriand said Buonfipart whilst the latter was at St. Helena :— The Emperor is a captive ; yet y...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
AUSTRIA. So at a loss for newa are the German correspon dents of the daiiy papers that the most trivial subjects form the chief topics on which they dilate. As a specimen we may mention a recent attempt of a lady in high rank to get rid of her servants' mustachios is dwelt upon, though on what grounds we do not easily perceive, as indicative of intentions to return to the old regime. The facts are briefly as follows :— ?? The lady in question - the wife or the reigning Prince Adolphus Schwarzenberg gave a grand ball a day or two ago, at which all the creme of the Aub niau uuuuikjr waa ^icocm. ^\a is cusiomary on such occasions, the friends and acquaintances of the lady of the house permitted their valets to wait on the guests during the entertainment. The illustrious lady who in the matter of festivities, leads the fashion here, ordered that the servants should have their hair powdered. Now, as immense black, brown, or red mustachios do not exactly harmonise with white pericraniums,...
Miscellaneous Exiracts. THE YOUNG LAWYER'S LODGINGS ( Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
M\&cznmeim& mxtv^T^ I THE YOUNG LAWYER'S Lnnm,^ (From A Sunday in London.) ' f Uoncltided from our last.) I found that the room where the ni-.hf? carouse was held was situated at the bad If a lbvv^ public-houee, in a street runnim parallel to the street in which I nuselfliv ' and which was so well known to the Dolf' as a house of more than doubtful eharncte? that on receiving my information, they ,„ stantly guessed where to commence 'ti-ef search. The room itself was quite unknown to them ; as, though they knew well the house was the resort of mi-n »nA ? the worst characters, they never had occa sion to examine the back premises, and sup' posed them to consist of nothing more th»a ? common out-houses and stables, But though the nest was found, the birds wefe flown ; not a man was to be seen ; nor could the slightest clue be discovered' as to the names or hiding-place of the late inmates The landlord of the public-house protest^ that he knew nothing more of the person...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
ITALY. Rome.— His Holiness has nominated the members of the Conseil d'Etat. They are ten in number. Count Spaur, the Bavarian Minister at the Holy See' after an absence of some months, has returned to' Rome. All good Catholics are aware that it is to this illustrious personage that they principally owe the escape of liia Holiness from the hands of the Mazzinians A plot has just been discovered at Rome, the object of which was the assassination nf the Head of the Church, and numerous arrests have taken place in consequence. It is stated that the Government of the United States has requested a Nuncio from the Holy See at Washington. Parma.— We are informed that the question of the various religious establishments has been settled with the concurrence of the Holy See, so as to' sntisfy all parties. Florence. — The Grand Duke has given audience to his Excellency Richard Lalor Sheil, who presented letters from her Majesty in quality of her Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of Tuscany...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
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MISSION OF THE PASSIONIST FATHERS IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
^ MISSION OF THE PASSIONIST FATHERS IN GLASGOW. (From the Tablet.) 1 »dR ! In passioni9ts, Father Ignatius (Hon. Order ,' Tge bPencer) and two others of his 8 foclAnr * LenSaged in giving a Mission to I'M ilS0t,6las-Ott'- ^ commenced on Sun I $t \ndr '\ ^ lst) and C0Ilcluded on the 22nd. S '''the rlfl! i- s the most central and capacious I k^SZ ♦?U$?e8 itl Ql«»g™- ™s selected 1 ^elK 1 ° Mlsslon- The Rev. Mr. Spen 8 f^edthTr, * °PeninS sermon, in which he ex 9 -l. ,. ule natllrfi sinri /^V-i««* »-? ? 1. ?HIT-- ? __ i m Km ft^ncif' ? ''''join ui auuu iuissujus, ana 1 ^nCnH°nS Wlth which the Faithful were to 1 ^ fi^T? durin& the Missi»n- not only 1 ''eappoiS/ 4l?e church filled long before the I V[ ? ted f°r tbe exercises to commence, but the doors and passages leading thereto were abso lutely crammed with people, eager to catch even a passing word of the preacher's discourse. The church is capable of containing upwards of 4.000 persona. There were three discourses delivered da...
TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RUSSELL. St. Jarlath's, Tuam, February 6, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RUSSELL. St. Jarlath's, Tuara; February 6, 1851. ' A man that beareth false witness against his neighbour is like a dart and a sword and a sharp arrow.' — Proverbs. Mv Lord— During the rage of the recent tem pest which was evoked by the incantation of your inauspicious letter, it was not to be expected that your ears would have been accessible to calm ami reasonable remonstrance. It would have been difficult to win attention amidst the stormy atmos phere with which your lordship took care to lie surrounded, and even still, though the fury of the storm has subsided elsewhere, it is only that it may be worked to a more fatal excitement by the po lemical acrimony which has been, even in this early stage, infused into the debates of the Legislature. Allow me, my lord, respectfully, to inquire whether the condition of the people of the United Kingdom is so comfortable and satisfactory to release its Prime Minister from all solicitude respecting their physical ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
REMOVAL. BR. T1ERNEY removed to No. 58, York-street, between Market and King-street. Cox versions. — The Rev. Mr. Dodsworth was received into the Church yesterday, and was con firmed on Wednesday morning, together with two other converts, by the Cardinal 'Archbishop of Westminster, in the private chapel of his Eminence. Mr. Sergeant Bellasis was received last week, and confirmed on Saturday. — Tablet, Jan. 4.
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. The order of the day for Tuesday the lOch mat., called upon the Assembly to deliberate on the peti tion for authorising a prosecution against the Prince de la (Moskwa ; the Commission decided that iustiee should take its course and tiie Assembly confirmed the decision by an affirmative vote. The next subject which cameonfor discussion was theproject of lawfor opening to the account of the Minister of France an extraordinary credit of 1,809,000 francs to defray the expenses of the President of the Republic during 1851. Never were the Chambers more crowded to witness a debate ; nearly every member was at his post, and the public galleries were filled to over flowing. The Minister of Justice opened the dis cussion by speaking in favour of the project, and by asserting the purity of the intentions of M. Louis Napoleon. '*' You may either grant the credit or refuse it, and you have the right to do so,' said the Minister in conclusion ' but the President of t...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
$fttpi-ing 'SnteUigntc*. ARRIVALS. June 6. — Emperorship, 753 tons, Captain Lid - die, from Plymouth, the 22nd February, with 262 immigrants,' and Dr. T. H. Payne, SurgeonSuper intendent. June 6. — Sir John Byng, brig, 169 tons, Captain Firth, from Launceston the 31st May. June 7. — H.M.S. Havannah, 22 guns, Captain Erskine, from Auckland the 24th May. June 8. — Bondicar, barque, 384 tons, Captain Martin, from Torbay the 1st February. uuiie o. — neraia, u.o. snip, zu-s iuus, vapiam Terry, from the South Sea Fishery. June 8. — Daniel Webster, barque, 296 tons, Captain Jones, from Auckland, the 21st May, and Wanbiirangi the 23rd May. June 8. — Toroa, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Sholl, from Moreton Bay, the 2.5th May. , June 8. — Clarence Packet, schooner, 100 tons, Captain Smith, from Horeton Bay the 28th May. ; June 8. — Libertv, schooner, 68 tons, Captain Johnson,' from Wide Bay the 21st May. . June 9. — Favorite, schooner, . 98 ,. tons, Captain Stericker, from Launce-ston Heads 3rd ...
CAPE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
CAPE COLONY. The following extract is from a late num ber of the Eastern Province News (Cape of Good Hope piper) : — s;r harry and macomo again. Most of the inhabitants of Port Eliza beth will be able7' very vividly to call to re collection the scene that took place between Sir Harry and Macomo in the public hotel here, when Inksoi Inkulu, as the former is in 1848, placed his foob upon the neck pf the fallen Gaika Chief and flourished his sword over him with most intimidating energy. Macomo, at least according to ac counts, has a vivid recollection of the scene, as the following reported dialogue between the two heroes at the last meeting at Port Cox would seem to show : — ? Sir Harry. — Macomo, you know all about ships, you have been at Algoa Bay, and know how I can bring them here. Macomo. — I have been at Algoa Bay, I know. (Aside to his Kaffirs — I remember Algoa Bay.) Sir Harry. — Te 1 them, Macomo, that in fnrir davR T r-?in hn.vA mv shins a.fr. f-.Tio TinfFiiln with thousands...
WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Grain. — Wheat, per bushel, 8s. to 10s..; sales are dull. Barley, 3s. 6d. to 4s. ; malty samples are searce. Maize, 4s. 6d. to 4s. 9d. ; demand is good. Oats, 2s. 9d. to 3s. ; very little ' in the market. Poultry. — Fowls, per couple, Is. 6d. to Is. lOd. ; Ducks, Is. 8d. to 2s. Turkeys, 5s. to 7s. 6d. Geese, 4s. 6d. to 5s. 6d. ; all poultry is dull of 'sale. Eggs, per dozen, 9cl. to lOd. ; sales are very dull. Daikv. — Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. ; market overstocked. Cheese, 5d. to 6d. ; good samples are in demand. Bacon, 5d. to 6hd. ; sales brisk. Pigs, each, per lb., 2£d. to 3d. ; sales this week art more brisk. Calves, 7s. 6d. to 15s. ; very few in. the market. Sundries. — Van Diemen's Land potatoes, b'lnck. per cwt., 4s. to 5s. ; V. D. L., 5s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. ? sales are steady. Onions, 8s. to 10s. ; V. D. L. onions are in demand from 18s. to 20s. Black wattle Bark, per ton, 70s. to 80s. ; very little in the market. Greenwattle Bark, 75s. to 85s. ; we...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
TO COERESPONDENTS. All'letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must bo prepaid. Ic is necessary that the writers of all communicar dona should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this in formation is not required for publication, it ia requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1851. u In Necessariis Unitas, in Dtibiis Lihertas, in Omnibus Ghai'itas.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
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THE PAPAL AGGRESSION AGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
THE PAPAL AGGRESSION AGROUND, After all the 'froth and fury' expended on this question, both in and out of Parlia ment, it evaporates into airy nothing. Never was the observation of the Roman Satirist more aptly illustrated. ' Tarturierunt Montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.' The Mountains were in labour, and out creeps a Mouse i wuetner me nuu Aggression' Bill introduced by little Lord John, passes into law or not, it will prove powerless to prevent the Holy Father from appointing Bishops as well to the ' new' as to the ancient Sees in Great Britain and Ireland, and the Bishops thus canonically instituted will be the true and recognised Bishops of those Dioceses for which they shall have been consecrated in virtue of the power given by our Divine Saviour to Saint Peter and to bis Successors in the Apostolic $(aa nf T?.nmft. Thfi t.inv hands of Lord John Russell can never wrestfrom Peter the Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven which were given into the care of those venerable hands by the Pri...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
IRELAND. We have been so long without receiving any news direct from Ireland, that, this 'Fair Isle of the West' seemed as if, for a season, consigned to oblivion or effaced from 'the Map of the World. But we are now happy to be able to state, from the large file of papers lately come ', to hand, that the pros- | peefcs of this long suffering and ever faithful | land are brightning on every side. After a | series of severe trials, such as in modern 1 times have rarely afflicted any other portion | of Creation, Providence in its own wise ways | and in its own good time is working out the I regeneration and renovation of the cruelly j oppressed, and ill-governed Irish people, by j means little thought of by statesmen, or ) contemplated by Legislators. One of the \ accumulated evils under which the great 3 mass of the people suffered, was the grinding j extortions and the wicked exterminations j perpetrated by the grasping, impoverished, , l| and withal extravagant Landlords. That syst...
THE ENGLISH PRESS AND THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851
THE ENGLISH PRESS AND THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY. (From the Dublin Review.) The press, as it is called,' has been the ; great instrument in provoking wrath and ill Hll, in a irwmer that will scarcely be cre dible in, perhaps, a few months. \Ve could almost hope that some one would go to the distasteful trouble of collecting the articles of a great many pap .ts on the opposition side; we believe that since the days of Martin Luther, and out of his worts the collection could not be matched in religious vitupera tion and polemical scurrillity. We must do justice to those papers which have fearlessly and consistently taken more just and tempe rate views. The Chronicle, ever since Lord John Russell's letter ha3 been steadily the opponent of religious intolerance, and of tne narrow policy of -persecution. It has given freely admission to letters and paragraoiis favourable to, or defensive of, Caiholk-s ? and has, in fact, been the only fair organ for giving explanations of misrepresentations ...