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PRICE OF WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
PRICE OF WOOL. Wa congratulate our readers on the agree able confirmation contained in thie following letter of what we lately stated, a rise in wool, of 2d. to 21d. per lb. having taken place at the February sales- To Captain Robert Mills, ship "Mary Sha p," Downs. Sia-The mail for Sydney by your ship being closed, we are unable to forward any more letters to our correspondents; but, as no doubt the latest news of the wool market will be highly interesting to our colonial friends, we forward you a catalogue of the last evening's sale, with the prices marked. The sales commenced yesterday with the largest attendance of buyers we have ever witnessed. The quantity of wool to be sold is only about 8000 bales of Australian and Cape; and as the dealers as well as the manufacturers, are nearly out of stock, and no probability of any further sales until the arrival of the new clip, an animated competition was ex pected, and has been realised, with a decided im. provement in price. To what ...
EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
EXTAO?OaS F?RO PUtCI :I. -o Punch begs to submit the annezej form of peti. tion'to the seriousconsideration of all members of Parliament. To the lonoitrable lthe Commons of the ,United Kingdom iia ParLieelastm assembled. 1 UB HUMnBL PETrZTON OF -~ Mo P$ 'Sheweth, That your petitioner, has frequently, to his great personal inconvenieute,, slept many successive nights on the]benches of your honourable house, lulled by debates, and waiting a division. That your petitioner has ever observed, that the moment any question is proposed to the house, every honourable member has already made up his mind which way he will vote, and every other i em ber knows which way that will be. That there never has been known an instance of an honourable tmember, after hearing or sleeping through a debate, or waiting the end without doing either, voting otherwise than as he had determined to vote before that debate began. That your petitioner has, therefore, often thought that it would be a great relief to...
COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
: COLONIAL IWHALERS AT SEA, iVITH?. , TLIEIR LAST REPORTS.? : r ?.+;+++. Australian, Wiles, sailed.14th June, 1843.; spoken in December, with 600 barrels sperm,; Cooper, and Holt, owners. . Britiih Sodivreign, Coop'er,' sailed Nov." 6,,1843, spoken April 24th, with' 250 barrels' sperm, and 50 barrels black-oil; Lamb ,and Parbury,? ,owners. Brightc Planet, Kylel, jailed. March 20th, 1844; Mitchell and others, owners. Caroline, Hunter, sailed 7th August 1842 it Manul 25th: October, with 630 barrels sperm'n Walker ,and Co., owners., ;: . . ,,= . Clarklstone,' Stewart, sailed 13th September, 1843 spoken_ Oth of June, .wltha 900 barrels sperm ;. * Hkljd'oro owner. Casrsavon, 'Thilnofrsaslile& Zd : Apgust, 8424.__. cruising off Norfolk Island, May 5, with 600 barrels sperm, Irvlae'owner.-. Clarence, Carroll, sailed 25th February, 1814; off the heads of Port Jackson May 14, with 90 bar rels sperm ; Cole, owner. , . : Edward, Tallan, sailed May :lst,1844; Boyd and Co., owners. Fame,...
Original Correspondence. THE MEETING OF THE SAINTS—EXETER HALL AUSTRALIENSIS. Their holy faith they found upon The sacred text of pike and gun. HUDIBRAS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
- IrlJt'fifll'r coreepolltelslcct -o TIER MIEE TINO OF THE SAINTS--BXITER HALL AUSTRALIBNSIS. Their holy faith they found upon 'The stored text of pike and gun. Huninnss. Mn. Ftraon,-There wHas something so very amusing in the meeting got up, and held on Friday seek, and' the arena chosen by the fltends of Queen Pomare I that in my opinion was quite characteristic with those of the " sock and buskin," 'which -preceded it, on the same boards. Some peidaod appear to be annoyed at the display; with such. . assure you 1 have little sympathy. Why not the reverend and half reverend gentlemen and their backers; play at '' Exeter Hall," in the same manners,a little boys in my days used to play at soldiers ; surely all this was perfectly harmless, be. side it had the good effect of bringing Dr. Lang and his half reverend friend,- Mi. Threllkeld, on one =sie. Was l ot this belier than having these soul ..d money severs, figuring away [against each other iii the SuGpre'e Court, as was the case...
VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. Enmore, 280, Ellis, Feb. 16 Superior. (mail packet) March 1 Lloyds, 402 tons, Lewis, March 15 Raymond, 498, M'Kay, March 15 North Briton, 402, Fyall, March 25 Earsletta, 3856, Darley, April 16 - St. Vincent, 410, Young, April 1 St. George, Nori, 750, May 15 Champion, 225 tons, Hultz. FROM LONDON, VIA NORFOLK ISLAND, Blundell, 250, March 1 PROM LIVIERPOOL. Haldee, 350, February 6 Briton, emigrants, Feb. 28 PROM CORK, Royal SaxoN, 510 Charilsworthb, March 16 PROM MOAURITIOT City of Sydney, brig, 106, Williams. PROM T113 CAPS 01F 0001) ROPS. Susan Crisp, schooner Prince Atbert, brig PROM RIO JAN.IROI Guernsey Lily? S PROM PORT PRILLIP," Coquette, 72, Cummins ... Christina, 126, Pearce PIKM ADELAIDR ' D'rset, 82, Walrh . Emma, 121, Fox. PROM 'IOBART TOWN. North Star, H.M.S., Sir EHllome ITVrerlily, 155, Hayle " Caroline, 113; Loten PROM LAUNOSTr'ON, Cohologelta, 88, Jacks ' Dawson, 127 tons, Carder Mary Ann, 52 tons, Drown Tobago, 136, Pockley IY...
AGGREGATE MEETING OF THE CATHOLICS OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
AGGIEGATE MEETING OF THE CATHOLIOS OF ENGLAND. Lyrom the Tablet.1 We are glad to announce that a requisition for a public meeting of the Catholics of England, in re. terence to the gross insult offered to the Catholic body, in striking off every Catholic from the Special Jury List, at Dublin, is now in course of signature. It has already received the signatures of the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Stourton, Bishop Briggs, the Hon. Charles Langdale, tie lion. Sir Edward Vavasour, and Peter Mliddleton, Esq. The requ!. sttion is as follows - " VWe, the undersigned, professing the Roman Catholio religloo, deeply impressed with the impotl tant principle established at tihe passing of the Eman. clpation Act, that differences in rgligion were? no longer to be considered grounds of civil disqualifica. tions, cannot but view with the greatest alarm the proceedings lately adopted by the law officers of the Crown in the Coiut of Queen's Bench in Ireland. Tihe odious, and vo bhad fondly hoped, for e...
VINDICATION OF O'CONNELLS CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
VINDIOATION OFr O'CONNELLS uaanACTEIn . (From the Tablet.) Another' Irish article (in the Dublin Review,) is a hasty but eloquent vindication of Mr. O'Connell from some recent slanders of Lord Brougham. Are we wrong in guessing that this' article is to be set down to the accomplished author of "Rome under Paganism," &c. &c.?' At all'events we quote from him the following en= thusiastic tribute to Mr. O'Connell. Lord Brougham has been speaking of the " voluble and versatile Irish,' and a certain unnamed gentleman who deceives them " grossly, clumsily, openly, and impudently." The Reviewer thus rpursues the subject: For forty years has this gross, clumsy, open, impudent deceiver been living among them, min gling in' their festivities,' presiding at their assem blies, kneeling at their altars ; instructing, advising, guiding, impelling, restraining; standing upon an eminence, with the searching gaze of a mighty empire fixed for ever upon him; every word and every gestur...
Insolvency Proceedings. SATURDAY, JUNE 15. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
insobsbnticaj lrocEsitygngu. s -o SATURDAY, JUTE 15. PROOF OP OOLAINIS. . In the ....tt ot qo4arndRc , - special mee:. ing tihe Bank of New South \Vales, £115 ." and M. Woollo, £19i 13s 6d-; J. Cleeve, £171 118s the Savings' Band, £276. Two adjourned third meetings were held in the estate of John Mackay, and a single meeting in .that ofJihnu Smith, but no claims were proved,
MILITARY BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
MILITARY BANQUET. Yesterday, Sir Maurice C. O'Connell, lately appointed to the Colonelcy of the 80th Regiment, entertained the officers and men of that noble corps, at the Royal Barracks, in celebration of the Battle of Waterloo, fought 18th June, 1815. When ever the gallant 80th, and the brave, li beral, and humane Colonel Baker, depart from our shores, they will carry with them the respect and regard of the inhabitants of Sydney, and of the whole colony.
STATE OF IRELAND—MARCH OF TROOPS!!! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
STATE OF IRELAND-MARCH OF TROOPS III IT is confidently reported at the Carlton Club, that an outbreak in Ireland is in evitable, and in the highest quarters the greatest alarm prevails, especially amongst ladies, at the dangerous doings of O'Connell and his rebellious Irish. Pat, however, is laughing in his sleeve at all the terrors of the London ladies. He wants more soldiers over, and the towns are vying with each other as to who shall have most troops; lately the Mayor and inha bitants of Galway, sent a solicitation to the general of the district, Sir Edward 3lakeney, begging him to send them a whole rcgiment. Pat knows full well the vhlue of the thousands of sovereigns a regiment pays for bread, and beef, 'and bacon, and beer, &c. &c. &c. The Irish regularly drink the Duke and Sir Robert's health in tea and coffee, as their best friends, in sending so many troops to spend money, and save them from Orange out rage.
Legislative Council. FRIDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
FRIIDAY, JUNE 14. The Council met at the usual hour. RtETURtNS. The COLONIAL BSRenSTARn laid on thie tabl Ire*. turns, moved for by Dr.- Nicholson, of the expenses for the support of the Light Houses and Pilot Stations at Sydney and Port Phillip, of tihe rates of I pilotage levied on vesiels enteritng and leaving these ports, and of the gross amount collected duping the year 1843. AUSTRALItAN METHODISTS. Dr. Larno moved for leave to bring in a Bill to remove doubts as to the validity of certain marriages to be had and solemnized within the Colony of New South Wales, by ministers of the Australian Metho.' dist Society, asd to regulate' the -regitration of certain marriages, baptisms,;and burials.' Dr. BLAND .seconded. the -motion, which, after some observations of Mr. Cowper. Mr. Elwin, and Mr. Went'wortl, was granted. The Bill was then read a first time, and ordered to be read 'a second time on Friday next. MILITARY PROTROTIO-N. Mr. WINnsvan moved, " Thast it'be'an instruc tion to t...
ERRATUM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
ERRATUM. NEXT Saturday thoe Vigil of St. John the Baptist is not a fast day in this Arch diocese, as Linadvertently noticed in the Chronicle. EanoxanATow?.-One hundred and eight female paupers are about being forwarded to Iort Phillip front Cork, by the Poor Law Uuloa, at a cost of £7 per head.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE Goulburn, Mr. Carney Launceston, Mr. J. W. Hay Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Berrima, Mr. B. M'Mahon. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. &nbsp; Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bulles Wollongong. Mr. Thoms Fowler Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan Maitland, Mr. Hawksley Campbelltown, &c., Mr. M'Alistor Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penrith, Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J. J. Harpur Bungonia, Mr. Edward Hughes &nbsp; Wollombi, Mr. Michel Byrne Published in the United Kingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, London : Mr. W. J. Battersby, 5, Essex-bridge, Parlia- ment-street, Dublin. Sydney ; Printed and Published by MICHAEL D'ARCY of Bridge.street. at the Chronicle Office, Bridge street,
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
MIORNING CHRONICLE. IVEDNESDA Y, JUNE 19, 1844.' " le Just and fear not : .Let all the ends thou slm'at at be Ihy country's, Eby God's, lnld truth's." bhakOpeOre. JUDGE BURTON. WE ]lad intesided in this day's Chronicle to have offiered some observations .to our readers on the state of the elective fran chise, but must postpone them on account of a new topic just started, which .requires :some slight notice. The topic we mean, is the intended dinner to Judge Burton, and to which we: have alluded in an.article in 'this paper,. just put into type, as a matter in pelto, but` it was further advanced we find--it is now' displayed in print, as a settled thing, and meant to be somethiiig great and dazzling,' inasmuch as his 'Exdolleony the Governor has been invited to preside, With his Honor Judge Burton's private character we meddle not at all: we are quite willing to award to him all the virtues as a man, that his most ardent admirers and friends could desire; and on the bench we have no ...
Government Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 18th, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
Government Gazette. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 18th, 1844. His Excellency the Governor has directed it to be notified, that by additional instructions under the Royal Signet, and Sign Manual, bearing date at Windsor, the 29th of December, 1843, Her Majesty has been pleased to approve and authorise the nomination provisionally made by his Excellency of the following non-elective Members of the Legislative Council, namely— The Lieutenant General, commanding her Majesty's forces in the colony. The Colonial Secretary. The Colonial Treasurer. The Auditor General. The Collector of Customs. The Attorney General. Or in his absence, The Colonial Engineer, and Richard Jones, Alexander Berry, John Blaxland, Thomas Icely, Edward Hamilton, Hastings Elwin, Esquires. His Excellency has further directed it to be noti. fled, that the appointment of the Attorney General to a seat in the council on the resignation of the Colonial Engineer, ha...
THE LAW OF LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
THE LAW OF LIBEL. TiuE public ought to feel grateful to the hon. Mr.. Robinson, for commencing the cleansing of that most foul Augean stable -the libel law, to which may be applied the language of the poet, only changing a word or two Whence, and what art thou execrahle shape, rf slhape it may be nailed, tInt shape ohal none Dlstinguihable In emcber, jopint, or limb? Such was in England, and such is here, that monster called law, which has none of the proportions or shapes of law-law should be based on reason, and constructed by the hand of wisdom of the sound materials of justice, truth, and equity; law should be the shield and refuge of the injured, and the oppressed ; and.thie terror and enemy only of the evil door-it should be clear, simple, and definite-it should 'have no ambiguity or uncertainty, to afford room for cavil, but especially should not be a nose of wax, for judges to twist as their caprice. or. partiality might incline them. But is the present law of libel such ? I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
T?he:Morning Chronicle" i published twice a week, on Wednesday and Satrda andis extensively ircilated throghout New Soth Wales, Van Diemen's Land, ouh Australia, Zealand, ad India; and n England Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st Decembern; at wiich period;bonly sitbseribeis n decinre in. r i, erpaying the amount due.-Adertisers shuld mark on each advertisement th number of insertions requred; othrise' they are. continued il coun anded. Ordr to iseonllue or alter advertisements must be sen( inbeJore si o'clock on ithe evenings f Tuesday, 'hUsda,,anSaturday; but newadvertisemcnts are received til six o'coc on the evening before pubicaton;-Al instructions ust be given in writing, andal letters ad. . . . . . .. . . . . ? , ? " t - ? , " ? ... o· ;cd y T,, -,c!· _n~ a r~ay ; ~u , ?w ~ a a v oe r ; ?s em rn ~ -s .a r e r e e eivei t i ; s l w 'c'eF ~ l t ? e een;~n' i o ey ore~; ; p u bi;~~i e a~~~; n, .bA; ln s r u e t mn s ?n...
SAM GRAY'S FINALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
SAM GIAY'S FiNALE.ý The celebrated Orange gentleman, Sam. Gray, who was so much lauded: and ho nored for shooting a pooi Catholie, in the town of Ballybay, county Cavan, in 1828, for seeking emancipation; and to whom the Orangemen gave a' splcuididly ornamented musket-,as a' reward for that loyal and chivalyous exploit,: is coming out to be a neighbour :of ours in V; D.' Land. See report of trial : S THE' QUEEN V. sAM GRAY The' Chief Justice' having conferred with the other members of the court, proceeded to pronounce judgment on the prisoner. -Hlie aid, judgment most now be pronounced; the. mitter having been be fore the court and the public in very unfortunate publicity. The unfort unate man has been induced' to give way to his feelings' of: revenge and esaspe. ration,-we cannot say now proceed ing or arising out' of uwhat:.circumstances 5; but in order to carry through those feelings of revenge which he enter. tainedr against one or more .ndividuals, he took upon himself,'.in def...
Sydney Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
SYDNEY QUARTER SESSONS The sitting of this court commenced at the court-house, Darlioghurst, on Tuesday, 11th in- stant. The following cases were disposed of:- . Tuesday, Junes 11. James Tavelin, larceny seven years transporta- tion. Julia Eggleton, larceny; twelve months hard labour in the Female Factory. Mary Wall, larceny; twelve months labour in the Female Pactory. Ellen Mullally, larceny; twelve months labour in Female Factory. Reece Jones, larceny; twelve months labour in Sydney gaol. &nbsp; &nbsp; Henry Pipe, stealing from person; three months labour in house of correction. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sarah Perkins, larceny; guilty, remanded for sentence. Robert White, assaulting a constable; guilty, remanded for sentence. Lewis Marks, larceny; not guilty, discharged. THURSDAY. Robert White, assulting a constable; six months confinment in Sydney gaol. Sarah Perkins, larceny; twelve months in the Female Factory. &nbsp; William Scott, larceny; four mon...
MONDAY, JUNE 17. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844
MONDAY, JUNE 17. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Welch and Eldridge, an ad- journed third meeting : Betts and Panton, £61 10s ; William Turley, £3 16s. In the estate of Joseph Raphael, a special meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of John Jones, an adjourned second meeting ; T. and M. Woolley, £111 14s 4d ; P. F. Morgan, £8 12s 9d ; A. H. Wells, £16 12s ; the estate of Edward Youngman £7 2s 6d ; the Bank of New South Wales, £8745. 1s 9d ; the Loan Companuy, £111 3s 3d ; Samuel Lyons, £5709 7s 4d ; J. J. Peacock, £1168 2s 4d. In the estate of J. T. Hughes, a special meeting was held, but no claims were proved. MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY. Campbell, Hill and Co., a special meeting, at half-past one. Henry Terry Sheldon, a special meeting, at two.