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IRELAND. PRACTICAL VIOLATION OF THE EMANCIPATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

IRELAND. PRACTICAL VIOLATION OF TIHE EMANCIPATION ACT. IN our third page we give the proceedings of a great meeting in Dublin, which must produce on the public mind of the empire, a strong impression of the utter and abno lute necessity, of the Repeal of the Union. Can a country possibly remain in peace or content, when the very source of.justice is polluted by the foulest means? Every gentleman who attended that meeting may be considered practically a Repealer, tho' some may be ashamed to avow that the all-commanding, .all-compelling power of the mind of O'Connell has made them such. •

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JUNE, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

OA1'IIOLIO DIIItOTt)I Y, J UN, 18131, g 103 111, ater 1Penteootist, de ca, oeidniulu M 17 St. Antou1oo of Pgduo, cent, (1ILI of tub) ilo'i4ulto 1. 18 St. Mary Mlugdaen d ilu 'nzPAo (27thi Mny)saotldoublo W. 19 ;t Julita or tdeokounriu, vii, irgin, 41430 T. 2043 St. Slorgucvt(lOtI, or tuis) sumldoubbo P. 21 D~o a 8. 23 Fost, vigil or St. 3. 1. do ca S. 2.I IV. aftcr Pent, do on, soold. It. 24I Natvity or St.John 4a itist doublelo, 1t class 71'. 25I St. William, ouufes44 r, double' W. 24 I SS. Jo30t, aod P'osul, marlyrs, 410ub0le T. 27 Doaoct, somdouibto F. 28 I Fost. St LeO, 1)01)0 8441 oonf.osot semblosllo 8. 23 SN. P'etrrand Paul. aipostles, double, lot closs 5, 30 V. after Pentott5C tuoml . St Paul spostle, double

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. The Council met it the usual hour. S PAITOIAL REGULATIONS. AMr. Cowviar presented two petitions, one signed by 120 of the inhabitants of the district of Windsor, against the new pastoral regulations. These petitions, on being read and received, were ordered to be referred to the committee now sittinog on land grievances. Mr. R?ontNsso presented a. petition of q pimilar nature, slgned by 173' of0, the stockholders'of IlI warra..,.... Ordered to be referred to the committee now " MUDGEE POLIOB MAGISTIIAT'. Mr. Bowesi ' prese~intd a petition from the in habitants of the district of Mludgee, praying for a restoration of the police magistrate for that distriet, who,' with otlher police ngagiitrates in th colyoy,,was didmjaied by, a. resolutiun of' that council. Mr. Bowman expatiated on the hardship it' was to dismiss the police magistrate of Mudgee, and.to deprive him of the means of supporting himself and family. The petition was road and roceived.1 18. p SIEs? s Ir4...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

,*blippingovItelligence -0-. ARRIIVALS. JeNa 11.-From Deal 5th February, and the Cape of Good Hope 20th April, the Mary Sharp, 329 tons, Mills, with a general cargo. Passengers -Mr and Mrs tdmonds, Messrs. Scott, Donogh, Walsh, Buck, and Belanroy 13 -From Port Phillip 30th May. Launceston the 7th instant, and Twofold Bay the lith, the steamer Corsair, 460 tons, Taggart, with wheat, &o. Passengers - Messrs. M'1tae, Brittanie, Burgess, Parsons, Bryant, Horn, and M'Fahir. 14 -John Hortont, brig, from Manilla, with tea, sugar, &c.

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

-0 L(OnIARCTRD UP TO LAST EBBNINO.J FLOU1R, WHEAT &o, LOUI . . £. . . d. Flour(fine), 0'1001s .... .... 0 11 0 to 0 12 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto ... o... 0 9 0- .. 0 10 0 Dread,4?2lblofl .... .... .... 0 0 3 .. 0 0 0 Blscuit(fle), 'cwt. .... ... 0 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto ...... 0 0 0 ., 0 16 0 Wheat, Colonial, j bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 9 .Ditto, V. D.Land, tltto .... ... "0 3 6 .. 0 3 0 .Malze,dito(wholesle e) .... ... 0 1 2 .. 0a 3 Dlttoditto(retil).... ........ 0 1 0 .. 0 1 9 Bran, 4I bushel ........ .... 0 0 .. 0.0 10 arley, ditto.... ... .... .... 0 .0 .0 .. -0 .0 .0 Ditto, Cape, ditfo ............ 0 0 0 .. 0 .0 0 Oats, (' bushel (wholesale) .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0' Ditto,diUo(retail) .... ........ 0 2 0 .. 0 2 4 -Hay, L ton.. .... ..,,... . .3 10 0 .. 4 O 0 Ditto(retall),opwt, .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 3 0 Wheat Straw, P4singleo oad .... 0 10 .0 .. 0 15 0 :Ditto, per double load .... .... 1 0 0 .. 1 7 6 Fodder,lerdozen ......... ....0 0 .7 .. 0 0 0 Grass (wholesale), ' ...

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GREAT AGGREGATE MEETING OF THE CATHOLICS of IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

GREAT AGGREGATE MEETING OF TIIE CATHOLICS of ZE.ELANI?D. -0 The Aggregate Meeting of the Catholi:s of. Ireland, called together by the imposing requisition which we had the honour of .laying before our readers in the course of the past week, took place at the Music Helll, Lower Abbey street, on Saturday,' at one o'clock. Long before the hour of meeting the doors were besieged by 'crowds of respectable' citizens anxious to obtain admission. TIe to. quisitiooists had cards delivered to themn which adriitted them to the platformi When we entered the room at about hilf.past twelve o'clockli t was already pretty full, and thoefront' boxespreArnted an array of teauty and'fashion which put us" ii mind of the days when 'our struggles for eimancipation were going on, and when the genius a?nd the intellect of the orators of the assoeiation were wont io gather rouiid the gifted speakers crrwds of tihe fair sex. By half.past one o'clock, the' hour' at which the chair was taken, the hall, which ...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

TIIIURBPAY, JUNE 3. : The SPEAnsa took the chaii at the usuial hour. The CoroNsar.'ScOniTAni'laid the returns moved for by the hon. m'ember for Cuasberland, on the table, of the copies of the correspondence between the thcensed sisrveyors incountry districts, and his [the Colonial Secretary.]O'J Re. ' On them:nellonof Mr. Cowper, the returns were ºderied to be printed. The Cio.oNtLsr.sonarAsni then .laid upon the table, a relturn to n addrase moved for by DI. li. cholson, for copiesof correspondence between Ilis Excellency the Governor and Lord Stanley, on the subject of a petition from some inhabitants of the colony, praying for permission to import Coolies isle it. In addition to tire correspondence moved for, he also laid before the council copies of a despatch addressed by the Governor to the Secretary of State against theo introduction of Coolie labour into the colony. He begged to move that they be printed. Ordered accordingly. PEITITIONS, Mr. Cowraa presented a petitionfrom t...

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CITY OF SYDNEY CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

b,, CITY OF IYYIINRY CORUOItATiON.. Mr. WENTWORIrT presented a petition from the council of the City of Sydney, wvhich .stated, that. since the incorporation of the city by Act of Couna cil, the City Council had levied various rates on the inhabitants in support of tie city and police funds, and tiht the rates so levied, though they were as mild "as the inliabitants could bear, were noto. riously irnadequatle to meet the charges of the cor poration, 'and would have been unequal to that but for the assistasce derived by the corporation from the geoeral revenue, as provided by act of council. lie (Mr. Weniworth] should not make any obser. vations oni this' petiion, further than Ito say, that most of the allegations contained in it could be borne out.. If the committee now sitting should be in favour of vesting in the city authorities the com. mend of the police, he [Mr. Wentworth should be prepared on a future occasion to" show, that this petition is maintainable on every principle of...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1844; [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

TIIE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY,.JUNE 15, 1844; " Be Just and fear not: Lot all the ends thou alai'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth'so" 'hakspeare. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Sri Thomas Mitchell, on Thursday, moved for certain returns of the number of whites killed by the aborigines, 'and of aborigines slain by the whites in the southern districts of the colony, since its occupation as part of this colony. The production of these papers will, we fervently hope, produce a discussion and enquiry, that will eventuate in measures to prevent the cruel and distressing scenes of bloodshed on both sides. Until such discus sion and enquiry, we abstain from further re mark, than that never did any subject more demand strict enquiry and remedial mea sures, to secure the lives and properties of the settlers, and at the same time, save the poor unfortunate aborigines from destruc tion. Dr. Lang moved for the appointment of a committee to enquire into the expediency of extending the el...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

THE ABORIGINES. IN the Australian of Thursday, after some compliments as to :our intentions, aid ad vocacy of the hapless aborigines, for which we thank the Australian, he then takes us very boldly to task for what lihe calls "miserable abuse" of the missionaries. We beg the Asistralian's pardon-we did not abuse the missioniaries--wo neither abused nor will abuse any man, or any men, as individuals-we assailed a. system -we endeavoured to draw the public at tention to the futility-the hopelessness= the utter folly of expectilig the cohversion of a race of wild aborigines, by the teach ing of men who have wives, and children, and sheep, and cattle, and"sleplierds,-and corn stacks to attend to: because we all know, when men have all those worldly objects to attract their bare, and distract their attention, that they will, from the very nature of the human mind, bestow upon tangible, visible, and earthly objects, where the loss or gain are immediate and near, more attention than upon t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

'he Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Astralia, New Zalnd, and India. and in nglad, 'Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on e 31s Mrch, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at hich periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on eachl advertisement,-the number'of insertions reguire'd,; otherwise they are continued till countermanded, Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'c'ock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received, till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instiructions must be given in writing, and all letterspostpaid. Il I IN Il l mi ll 1, • II H I i .i~ lI I'm im I t mI" . .. - - ? [ ..." " - "' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. IROM the unceasing expenses - attending the publication of the " Chronic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 June 1844

*?0Mt Ibp ?utitlio1. BY AUCTION. A rt'y &cndtcrae taddle lrnd Irccd Mare, M R. STUBBS vuill Sell, at his Mart, King.street, THIS DAY, Irrrs Juns, At Eleven o'clock, One very handlsome and well bred Brood Mare, fourteen hands high, fast trotter, with noble action, and can be recommended as one of the prettiest lady's mares in the colony. Terms; cash.... 754 By order' of the O.jcial Assigrce. IN AN INBOLVBNT RSTATB. M R. STUBBS will sell by auction, at his Mart, King.street, THIS.DAY, 16THi JUNe, At Eleven o'clock, Viz.: Two office desks One weighing machine and weights One carpenter's tool chest and tools Six boxes cigars Two casks of beef Two cases, 8 dozen, lemon syrup 'l'htee dozen Wellington booat tops and fronts Three ditto ditto backs One roll of canvass ALSO, A quantity of cedar and deal fixtures Country chairs, boxes, cornices, doors, &c. Terms, cash. 751 CATTLE ANI) STATION ON TIlE :LACHLAN. 175 Cows [milkers], more or less 175 BUllocks [for boiling down or t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

CUTTING THE NEW WOELD IN TWO.-+ We extract the following relative to the, attempt to ca.t a canal through the Isthmus of Panama, already begun by the company chartered by the Government of New Granada. e' This process, it seems, is begun. The Canal Company, chartered by the Government of New Granada, bhave com menced excavating their big ditch, shrough the Isthmus of Panama, and in a few years, whale ships, instead of rounding Cape Horn, will pass from ocean to ocean, tI4ro?g the mountaina whiekh Pizarro and his followers ound such dilliculty it climbing over. The lane oi the canal, however, follows a less, rugged, roRto than they did. The country through watch it passes lhas a men eltesa. aion of only thirty.seven feet slove the level of the sea at high tide. The entre length of the canal will be abo.t fortynie miles, of which twelve and a half miles only will be excavated, the rivets Chagres and Grande supplying the necessary asr.,. gation for the remainder of the distance. l'herp...

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THE TALLOW TRADE. Extract of a letter from John Forbes, Esq, London, to A. Campbell Brown, Esq., dated 25th January, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

THOE TALLOW TRADER. -0 Extract of a letter from John Forbes, Esq_, London, to A, Campbell Brown, Esq., doted 2ith January, 1844, On the subject of tallow, this market affords an infinite outlet for any quantity the colonists can supply, without the prospect of lowering prices to any extent. The few lots that have hitherto arrived have sold at 39s., 40s., and 41st, which is close upon the top price of Russian P.Y.C., and more you cannot expect ; indeed this colonial tallow would bring quite as much as the best Russian, but for the careless manner in which most of it is rendered, In order to possoss myself of information re garding this new branch of trade, I have inspected the tallow alonwilth some of the most extensive boilers in London, and it appears to us that the colonists use iron pots for the. process of their bollings, which are subject to burn or singe the contents, and also to impart a dark colour, which no bleaching will disperse. The process should be carried on in clean ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

FOR MADRAS DIRECT, .. FOR PASSBNGBRS ONLY, THI-IF FINE A 1 SHIP EQUESTRIAN, James Cromarty, Esq., Com. mander, will sail for the above port on or about the 25th instant, and has 'two cabins disengaged, for which early application is necessary,. Apply to R. T. FORD,. 7, Jamison-street. June 17 . 768 FOR MOREL'ON BAY, T HE regular trader clip per Schooner WILLIAM, 100 tons, to sail punctually on Saturday, the 22d instant. This favourite Vessel, is now dis. charging her inward cargo, and having the greater part of her freight engaged, will on. no account be delayed. For freight or passage (having excellent accommodation) apply to the Master on board, or-to THOMAS STEELE, Morley and Steel's Wharf, Bathurst.street, June 17, 184t 764 FOR LAUNCESTON, THE SCHOONER WANDERER. Henry Berns, nmaater, hourly expected, and will sail eight days alter arri.al. For freight or passage apply to: - THOMAS STEEL, Or at Dalgarno's Wharf, where goods for her will be stored gratis. Morley's Wharf, Bathurst....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

Ma. EDnlon,-I perceive by the Dublin Freeman January 3thl,1844,tbatrthe lion. Colonel Caulfield, -son to the great Charlemont of 82, has declared 'himselfa Repealer, and that the following sentence contained in his letter to Mr. Ray, via :-" That -the period was come when that man was recreant as -an Irishman who did' not come forward to express his opinions in favour of the nationality of Irelan i." The above sentence on the inotion of. the Liberator, was ordered by the Assodiation to'be worked on a banner and placed in the Conciliation Hall, Do t'elIrishmen in this colony take anyinteresatin the affairs of their fother land, if they do,.why not give expression to their opinion in-.a tangible form. Again, .I perceive that all. Rounan Catholics of the British Empire have been grossly insulted by the appointment of ajury in Dubli. ; If such is a fact, why is not a public meeting called to resent it, are they going to pocket it. .If Irishmen have left their patriotism or love for fath...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

EPARTIURIS. JuNu 16.-For New '.Zealand, the: barque Magnet, Lewis, with sundries. Passenger-bMr. J. J. Curtis. 16 - For Boyd Town, Port Phillip; and Laun. ceston. the steamer Shamrock, Gilmorioe with sundries. Passengers - Mr. -Mrs. and Miss Willis, Mrs. Ashford, Anna Webley, arid Mary Blacker ; Messrs. Macarthur, Graham," Smith, Howley, Cousins, Eddie, Spence, Knolwes, Wren, Mitchell, ' Mandall, Cantliu, Power, Patterson, and Levy. '16.-For Moreton Bay, the schooner Jane, Steel, in ballast. 16.-For Guam, the schooner Catherine, Ward, with sundries. 16.-For Norfolk Island, the Governor Phillip, Boyle, .with stores. Passengers-Miss Burrowes, Mrs, and .bliss Farrell, seven prisoders of the crown, and a guard. 17.-For Kamtschatka, the barque, Tenasserim, Mackenzie, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. A. R. Borcherds, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, and female servant. The Surprise has been thirty.seven months from London,. during which: she has been most unfortunate, having taken only 650 barrels of sperm...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

WEIV 1LY MLITEOIlOLOGaIAL TAIL. YARIATION.OV TUB TZIRRUORTlrr. Jw.C it. I NN.*WIND. WRD)RSDAT. ..3u .o 1 8.6E. ainy TtlunduP .........1 )3~ *) 10 o S.L. * rdI T~tuSDA "...:." '6062 0 N.E. Ditto FRIDAY ..........1.. 14 ~ 01 60 S.E. Ditto .-SAUzItDArH""" .16 6' 00 60 ~.6._ Ditto SUND Y 0....... .... 50 6'100 58 S.10.. Olouly MOND AY... 17, 67 68 6 8.10. Showers TOHIoDA........... 18 48' 064 50 $.W. Clear dlwan Imyerature* 659.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

iblppaiing Inte lligclce. JUNE 15.-From Launcestoon thethb Instant, the schooner Coolanyatla 89 tons, Jacks, with wheat,' &o. Passsoengers Mrs: Pearson and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs;.Crawford,. 15.-From a whaling voyage the ship Surprise, 458 tons, Miller, with 250 barrels sperm oil. 17.-From Moreton Bay the 9th.instant, the schooner William, 62 tons, Freeman, with 30,000 feet cedar. Passenger-Mr. Aitken. '17.-From Moreton Bay the 10th instant, the steamer Soversign, 119 tons, Cape, with wool, tallow, &c. Passengers--Mrs. Harris,; Messrs. Belfour, Scott, Hodgson, Elliott. Griffin, and Lee ; eight in the steerage. seven rank and. file of the 99th regiment, and three prisoners of thei crown.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

" Sambo, what's your opinion ob dat bankrupt law l" " Trnk him fuss rate Pompey " I imply for the application myself." '" Just e pfain him principlsa.' " Why, you see now, just lend me dat half dollar you got for whitewashing." (Pompey hands him the money, and Sambo deli berately puts it into his pocket.) " Dere den, says Sambo, now I owes de shoemaker 3s, and you hal a dollar, beside do grocer's bill; now dis here half dollar is all the property I got, I dwides him .according to de debti." Pompey-" I take dat hall dollar back." Salpbo-(uwith amazement) " Do you tina dis child, green? I'm a bankrupt now, and you shall get your share wid do oder creditors l"

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