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A SCHEME OF REVOLUTION FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
A SCHEME' OF REVOLUTION FOR IRE LAND. (From, the Beacon.) Wisely. is it observed by Mdontesquieu that an un armed people can always be oppressed with im punity; and the same great author tells us,.that so oppress'ed iere the provinces of the old Roman em pire, and so broken down were the spirits of the natives by fiscal and other exactions tlhey were wont to pray for some national calamity on their tyrants. Heaven heard their prayers, and its own time placed in their hands the means and the assu rance of just and signal retribution. Ireland is perhaps in a worse situation than the provinces of ancient Rome. A peerage, not Irish, but Scotch and English, owning the greater por tion of the soil, and like the Roman senators, anxious to draw as much from that soil and to do as little for it or for those who live on it as it is possible -the-learned professions looking -for state pay and patronage, iot to their having deserved well of the -Irish people, but to past or prospective subservi...
Supreme Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 5. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
* upteme 4Couvttt. P FRIDAY, MARCEI 5. -I CIVIL JURISDICTION. S Before his Honor .Ar. Justice Dickinson. t MANSLAUGHTER. I Robert Hull, late of Sydney, labourer, was in- v dicted for having, at 'the -Glebe, on the 3rd of I February last, driven his wife, Mary Hull, while in ci a state of fever into the open road during inclement a weather; whereby, as well from the effects of the weather as from the want of proper nourishment 1 and attendance, the said Mary Mlull, after-languish- t Ing until the 16th day of -the same month, expired.- " A second count of the information, charged the pri- t soner with assaulting.his wife, by beating.her with a whip and with his fists, thereby inflicting certain t injuries, from the effects of which, coupled with her c .exposure to the weather, she subsequently lost her life c The prisoner was defended by Mr. Holroyd.' It appeared from the evidence, that the prisoner had beaten his wife with a horsewhip, and struck her with his fists during her illness...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
In the farm of Urrall, parish of Kirkoen, Waig tonshire, the property of Colonel W. H..Stopfod Blair, of Penninghame, is a curious rocking-stone. It is a granite boulder, measuring 4 feet 9 inches at perpendicular height, and 16 feet 2 inches in cir cumference. It sits upon a flat rock. and touches no otherstone but the one upon 51which it rests. its base is in the form of a wedge; and so nicely is it balanced by nature, that it is easily moved to and fro by a pressure of the finger-even a slightbfeeze of wind keeps it in constant motion. TThis stone was discovered by Mr. Gilbert MlIlwrick, th4e tenant, an' has been shown to many visitors, and also to the Royal Sappers and Miners, who have inserted it in their map as a great curiosity.-Ayr Advertiser. ExTRaoanlsaar HoAx.-The walls of Newport were lately placarded with announcements, setting forth that " J. Ford, of Bristol," would exhibit the safety of. Daniel's patent safety life-belt, by swim ming across the river Usk at seven o'c...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
• r-tigttal QartOn ponb0 trt.. -0 "'b the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. Sta-It is not the cacoet he seribendi,' which, •according to his own ridiculous confession and im Ipudent excuse, induced a silly person, signing with the letters .P.P..(they cannot be meant to convey the Idea thathe is aparlshl priest) to address a com munication to the herald, that leads me to take any notice of his wordy, frivolous effusion. Neither ,have I been induced to take the trouble of penning .this epistle by any sympathy for you, Sir; nor under the presumption that you needed any vindi cation for the editorial exercise of your discretion, which hia .Incurred his Impertinent,-vulgar, and senseless animadversion. .But J have been goaded to snatch up my pen by an impulse of attachment * to the University of whichL I am a member ; of con :sequent Indignation that her errors should be .attempted to be excused by so impotent an advocate, * and In her .present dangers she should beassisted -by no other..t...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
S 1)ipping Entllitgctuc. -0--- March 6.-Arche d'Allia'nce, French shii, 313 tons, Captain Marceau, from Solomon's Islands the 19th February. Passengers-Rev. Monisieir Ca: 1on, and the Rev. Monsieur Verguet. 7.- Woodlark, barque, 234 tons, Captain Clark son; from Bahia the 9th November. 7.-Emma, brig; 121 tons, Captaini Hay, from Adelaide the 20th February. Passengers- Mr. Meinertzhagen, Mr Halifax, Mr and Mrs. Hutchins, Mr. Phillip Gould, andi Mr. Peter Dillon. 7.-Star of Chind, brig, 142 tons, Captain Wood, from Nelson the 21st February, in ballast. 8.-Plkbje, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Bennett, from Port Phillip the 4th instant. Passengers Dir. Brown, Mr. Barnes, Miss Parkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen and son, and Mr. Bryan. 8.-Raven, brig, 170 tons, Captain Bell, from Launceston the 4thi instant. Passengers--lr. Casey, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. W. Reynolds, Mr. G. Horne, Mr. J. Fleming, and Mr. J. Ashley. 8.-Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons; Captain Tul loch, from Circular Head the 3rd instant. P...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 5. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 5. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Francis Ellard, a second meeting was held, but no claims were proved. The insolvent was examined by Mr. Pite, one of his creditors;— after which the meeting was adjourned till the 12th instant. SATURDAY, MARCH. 6. In the estate of Charles William Rowling, a third meeting was held, at which Ambrose Foss proved a claim for 8l. 6s. 8d. The meeting was then ad- journed until the 15th instant. In the estate of John Dillon, an adjourned meet- ing was held, but no claims were proved. The meet- ing was adjourned until the 13th instant, at eleven o'clock. MONDAY, MARCH 8. In the estate of George Townshend, an adjourned special meeting was held, at which no business was done. The same was again adjourned until to-day, at ten; on which day, at the same hour, a special meeting will also be held in the estate of John Jones, of Greenswamp. NEW INSOLVENTS. March 5. —Edward Farrell, of Market-s...
THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. (From the ?tlelbourne Argue.) The public meeting convened by his Worship the Mayor on the requisition of a large number of the inhabitants, for the purpose of publicly determinIng whether the introduction of British criminals to this province would be agreeable to this community, was held in the Queen's Theatre, yesterday, pursuant'to appointment, and proved, as we had anticipated, a veritable " monster meeting," the numbers farex ceeding the attendance at any previous meeting held in the province. It was not alone in numbers, however, that the meeting of yesterday stands pre-eminent beyond its predecessors whatever their subject-there was'an unanimity of feeling, and an earnestness of purpose manifested in the proceedings which we should look for, in vain, In the records of past assemblages of the inhabitants, and which we would fain hope isnet only the certain indication of a fixed de.ermination to withstand the threatened pollution to the death, b...
Bathuist Circuit Court. FRIDAY, FEB. 27. CIVIL SIDE. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. QUINN V. SWIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
3atlbuttt EUrcuit Court. --0 FRIDAY, FEB. 27. CIVIL SIDE. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. QUINN V. SWIFT. This was an action to recover certain head of cat tle, with their increase, alleged to be in possession of defendant. The Solicitor-General appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Holroyd for the defendant. It appeared that tile had some time ago gone to Bathurst to collect cattle for Messrs. Byrnes of Parramatta. At that time plaintiff was a pri soner of the crown, and had several head of cattle of hiis own, which for safe-keeping he had left in the possession of a person'named John White, who it was alleged had delivered them over to the de fendant. On the cattle being some time afterwards demanded from the defendant by the plaintiff, the former denied that he had ever had them. There was not sufficient evidence to show that the cattle had ever been in defendant's possession, and the jury returned a verdict'for the defendant. This closed the business of the present sittings of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
" The .,ydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesdao and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South 'Wales, , Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st Mldich 30th June, 30mt September, and 31? t December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Ad isers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continud ill countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements. are recei.re l. its o'clock on the'evening before publication.-Ail instructions must be given in writng, 'and all letters pa. paid NOTICE. T HE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, Sand the Public in general, are respect fully informed, thct the following rules will in future be strictly adhered to; IN SYDNEY--The Subscription ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 March 1847
DEPARTURES. March 5.—South Carolina, American ship. Cap- tain Gardner, for the Whale Fishery. 7.—Thomas Lowry, ship, Captain Graham, for North Australia. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Con- nell, two daughters and son, Colonel Gray and son, Lieutenant De Winter, Mr. Loundys, Mr. Bates and family, and 50 rank and file.
THE BISHOPRICK OF JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
THE E1S4P IC1.K POF J1IUSALEM.: 1sa"a .» i(Erbzn the.Guardien.m .... . ... The , Bishoprick of the United Church of--Eng aital?s4l [freland in Jerusalem't was established-in th'e latter "art of the year 1841, in' consequence of projosals frotn the King of Prussia. The Bishop' is intenidedtopreside over a mixture of German and ,English congriegtiups: within .tle,l limits of, the ju risdiction .?signe,, him in his patent, that is, ver Syrip, Chaldea, Egypt, and Abyssinia. The King of Prussia furnishes half the expenses of the foun dation and endowment of the Bishoprick; and the -Crob*ni of. England and Prussia have the alternate nominatipn'- the Archbihaop pf. Cante;sbury having gtlerjght,o..veto With respect to the nominations of thePrussian: Crowns ; z A.. , .. - .. tjse basis on which the Prussian communion >ts in,tllis arangeirnntis exsibited in a docu ,ffairs, Eichorn, and dated Berlin, 14th, Npveaber., •184 4..This. document, speaking. in explanationof tip proceedings which h...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR MARCH, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
CATHOLIC DIRECTOIIY FOR MARCH, 1847. 3 8S. OI t?the Vers 14) S. IV. Sundsy in tent, Snd clausa,s·c d. 16 M. I Of the Feria G6 Tu. Of the Ferla 17 W. St. Patrick, Bis. anl Con. 18 Th. Of the Feria 19 F. |tt. Joseph, spouse of B. V. Mary, daub..tnd claus SiS. 1If the Fe, riaces. bhiosuff sg: . et elatar Cru. .c8 Iag. t S9. Passion ti?day .Ist elass, emld. 22 M1. St Benedict, bbot (heri)double S Tu. Of the Feria ? W. OI( the Feria. Grad. Peal. 2 b 1 h. Anuuuciation of B. V. Mary,doub., Snd elas 2tJ F, Doloursof P. V. Mary, doub.m ass :'2 S. Of the teri S8. Palm Sunday, lot class, seI?Dd. ag M. Of the Feria D0 Tu. Of the Feria 31 W. )Of the Feria
SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
F. uMilewi l.ie closed at the Pdst Of'iceae follws .. SFo?._Hongkong. -By te" DiiniseL'iVataon,;th-? evening; t 0. '. 'For 'Auckland--By the Epamav" o pn,% Monday,. evening',.at . :,., -For Adelaldoi Iv yt he Phantmto Toehet' For England -B tlto Ewreto q.on 1Mnldayreve ng"; uL }lHie .tibsania, on the 16th; .antI theiSt. .For Indi rid 'E ngland-(Overlsnd Route}9 iBy the Royai.Saxon, on thie 31st Instant."
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
farch 11: Rebecca schooner i M Vea for H4ubart Towni.- Passengers Mr.WIceas ewb iy mad two children; and Mr..'Ho wi6od. ". ' l'l; -Souvenir, schooner, Captain Jennings, fur Lauieibeson Piassenger-.Mr..Wejlan .._ , ...11. -Loiram; big,' CAptain Milltud, for Hqbart Town. Passengers--Mr. E. Tooth, Mr.' H.Ab' ~biry and Mi. P. Dunlop.:
THE POLLUTIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
THE POLLUTION ISTS. 'Sucu is the, term which our Port Phillip contemporaries' have given to the few per sons who advocate the Revival of Transpor tation to ew South Wales, of which ter ritory the district of Port Phillip forms so important a part. I he sympathy which we feel, and at every convenient opportunity have expressed, with our neighbours, (extending our definition of neighbourhood to all the Australasian Pro vinces)' induces us to congratulate the meeting at Melbourne on the triumphant victory which was gained by public opinion over the selfish, mercenary few, though embodying in themselves the vast influence which the lordship of the soil confers on its pcssessors in a newly occupied land. Mo much has been said and written on the odious subject which Mr. Gladstone's letter had opened for public investigation, that the apprebepsion of weakeping a cause by superfluity of notice, often: restrains us from giving vent to our feelings, when they are aroused in anger, at the cont...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
DSPARTUES . March ??-Kaingarod o goqviriment steamrer, Cap_,. tain iRoacch, on a cruise. ,I . 9.--P .Utieonai American, Ship;, for'"the Wh.lt Fishery. ... . -. i~d'elrh 10 Bereanie,. biqque. C??.Cptatn d?awd " for IPprt Adelaide. .Passengers-Mr. Adston an ser?ant, Mr a.nd Mis. Berry, 31r cHarf, 4t :' Goddin:,Mr..' J. "Thlirpe', :"31rip.; GF ody, "Mr'?,J" \Vatsodi Mr. and 1irs Fordham;"r. andi ,rdis. Spikemn?, Mr. itcontbe; -~r."?riar, an.dir. aMridd Mrs.Tte :.it om : 10.-- out WoTldostqn, Amrtican3hipi CaIZlni flowc } ior tWhe ii ale Fishery. t 1. l Clar?a; bi,?iue; CiptainhCrow, for Lontion. Passengersj a ri bti?isley, Misse Pilmer, ahd Mr.' i 'l'I?1Z.' oert P'utaf.ord,'?Aecrican.; hip, -C?, tain, Cildvell, for : Miila?". Passengers -Mr. O. Cole, and Mr . Si A Heesi.;''. ", : ' :" 1 .--'omnet, schooner, Captaln, orki r Fo ort Nicholson. Passenger --Mr. Matheson. '-" ,, L
Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and a jury of four. SMART V. RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. - CIViL JURISDICTION. Befre@ A.t iJ Mr. :jUsit Dickinson daad d jury oti four. $ AAT V. RISSELL. 'This was an action ol assumpsit in which the -patiiiflf, Mr. Thomas Ware Smart, sued as the manager for the time being of the Sydney Banking Company, to recover froth Mr.. Peter Nicoll Russell, the solvent partner of the firm bf Russell, Brothers, a sum of 2921. 9s. Sd. sieged, to have been" due from that firm. The. detlaraIbt contained several counts, in which tii allei leiste was variously desaribed as money lent and akdkntned, money had and received, 8&c.; and the bihi ales was that of payment. Messrs. Wind~ier and MichiTb, eared for the plaintiff, and Mflfetsr Foster ant I tadhurst for the defendant. The jury, after retiring for about twenty minutes, returned a verdict fir' the defendant. Several un defended causes having been disposed of, the Court adjourned. INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. Before their Honors the Chief Justice and JMr. Justice Terry. IN 15 MI...
NEW RULE. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Monday, the 8th day of March, in the year of our Lord 1847. (Prac. 161, 162.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
NE'W EULI. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Monday, the 8th day of March, in the year of our Lord 1847. (Prac. 161, 162.) It is hereby ordered that from and after Monday next, the 15th instant, the Fiftieth Standing Ruleof this Court, touching the demand and delivery of particulars, shall be, and the same is hereby repealed. A LFanD Sr"PHuEN, Chief Jutice. J. N. Diontrson, IR. Tuasar.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 13 March 1847
ports a case where a matr in New Orleans bI hip'utt his apprentice I efore the recorder under the clhar"e of aunning away ! e. ,D your master treat yeti well ?" iquired the recorder. i shaoulds't ?say e diid" returned the boy.. " A boy can't live on ha?I boiled rice all the time, or dry bread nurthler. e hai lthe same rice' puddin' on the table for foi dlays hand'runnin',na' every day it was biled orver, an' arter the fust day they) didn'titk? tale trouble to. cut c, coa they kPoweid it wvan't no use -migati.jdst na well. ry,,to cutt a pavai 'stone. witl.a penknl(f. 'here}il been a big chunk uent out the fustday, aid the;bo?as all know'd it was the sa?me puiddiia' by tlta, and reTfused it, cu tlhey couldan ltmile no inpCressist on ait ; and ,so we had to .et dry braid and drla?k watr. It, may do very ywel In` Engleand,, ut duon' do this side ih' the fence no hIow." Tue recorder wlviaeil the master, who is an nglishman," to tVye u. the .indentures, to which I' consented. Buts parties...