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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

-0 (Fro zaje, DvnLUl REVIEW.) The,,e.ident decline of, the, Mahopt medan faitliandithe corresponding deoay of' Mahomil'dan' power in thei East, are not the only moral and political leitbo menanwhioh rdinder -the ýresendti age one ofi'th'e 'ibst'"veniful in'~the 'history 'of mankind. The state of Judaism pres nts to the eye of the oblserver the same internal dissolution.' While ,the. syna1 gogno is violently ,'agitated' by religious factions.risWhile'one 'p'rty clings' with predilection to the ..ancient Plianisaism, and- another has pushed its licentiousness of doctride'. even.)beyond 'Sadduceeism there are not a few who-entertain a secret inclination tiowardsiCiiristianity. In proof of iiits assertiltii we may 'allege the extraordinary' 'numb'ei of 'conversions from Ji~daism ,to ,the Catholic church which 'have occurred within the last twenty-five.years-conversionhsthat, both as regards the number and quality of the proselytes'i surp'ia 'tlhtose of the three preceling'.centuries. If...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Rbttatact of talcs bg Auctlon, 'Which will take place between this and our ne?i Publication. THIS DAY. Mr. Lyons-At his Rooms,- Farm at Lane Cove, Cottage and Paddock at Parramatta, and New Zealand Estates', 'led \1ine; bottled Fruits and Pickles; also, Shares inihe Gas, Hunter's River The Australian Auction Company-At the Mait', the Cargo of the Portentia, from. the Cape of Good Hope; also, Horses, Carriages, &c. Steam Packet, and Assurance Companies.-also, Opossum Cloaks and Kangaroo Skins, &c. TO- MORROW. The Australian Auction Company, at the Mart, in George-street, a very large and general assortment of Merchandise, previous to their removal. Mr. S. Lyons, at the Stores of lMessrs. Roberts, Cave, S& Co. (formerly Forbes' Hotel) at Liver. pool, the whale of the stock in Trade, consisting of Wines, Spirits, Porter, Tobacco, Ironmongery, Slops, Maize, &c. The Sheriff; at Windsor, Horses and Cattle, &c. uttoitt'alas[tatt k ' lOt ¢tic COMPANY....

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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The Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Sydney:. W~ perceive,':by-the: papers: recently: transmitted frdm .Hobart,.Town, that a fever has there prevailed-to a considerable extent ;"and andimad ersionas;f,a characteor not more severesthan just, are, passed on the authorities, for neglect or omission of duty. 1V.e.dotqot wjsbhtorsprpa~,alarm; neverthejess, it - is possible we, tmay find ourselves under a similarivisitation,;,: and we, call upon the; government to takethose. precautions which ,iuman .wisdom .dlc tales, an I which, being t'iken,;aecure rest to the mind; inI the'botisciousnerithat- all" has been .done toii avt'i:i"thi lifityF;'F~' thisa, purpose,. weuroulI ,avrvse the :,to,, surveyoreto use hi influence in"proventing masses of, filth, from agglomerating i n..ar neair the1-town. -Sewerslouglit tobe:ikept' opted. W'e are convinced that hlis ~Excel-' lenpy couldnot, believe, exicept on his own ocular experience,: how, family ,is heaped upoii i family; how court is formed wil'in ?tcuriir , how' huma'ii bieings'; a...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Original Correspondence. ON THE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN MIND.—No. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

rivgituta 4?ovtvepotiretrce. 6NTHE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN SMIND.-No. 16. - -" " It.' ' doalt thou not turn UInto, the beautiful garden, blossoming Beneath.the rt r si?CChIrist:, Here is the Rosa. IVherein the ",Word Divine ' was made I?tcAn TprE. Anda hre bsA lilies, by whose odour klinoan The tadl of lift Jas followid."' "" Suts,-The incomparable Catholic Poet has, in these few lines,, elegntly and icorrectly iexpressed the true Christian doctrine of the first and funda Smental tsisitdry of man's relesmption. That mystery "' hiddeni or ages," and manifested in time-the holy, 'tie ineffable, the incomprehensible mystery of " the Inrcarnation" of the"Word imade flesh; and dwelling lamongst us." The Christian religion rests on the basis of the r; Divinity ";of Jesus Christ, or,;on the. Union of the .iord; with human nature ,; and the 'I?humant ihd las wanderei~ skto the 'insi m t4evious and extravagantnmaaes in endeavouring,to athomn the depth0of this primaty article of revelation. "...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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MILITARY REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

'MILITARY REGULATIONS. Mn. EnTron,-If any thing, were wanting to shew the evil, not to say absolute wickedness, of a dominant religion, the details furnished by ;your valuable correspondent "Miles" would amply supply the deficiency. In 'the very face of those military orders, bywhich our soldiers are not. only allowed but encouraged to attend .their respective places of religious worseipwith, their, families; the, would-be favoured sectasteps forward, breaks through all these wise and salutary regulations, and renders the law of God, which confirms, the natural right of. the parent, nugatory. By what principle it is that the soldier ismade to .forfeit the natural right of a parent-the right of, bringing up his children in the faith' of his (athers-it were indeed difficult to say ;.yet religious tyranny tramples iupon.all'rights, and even upon the lawa of the land ; and-the orders of the commander in-chief are set at nought, that the ends of ambition may be served. I trust, however, ...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCH VERSUS METHODISM. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

TI?E CHURtCH V1ERSUS METHODIS[M. For political and temi~ioal purposes, it has been the Tashlon otflate'for-Toryclstirchiiets ; oa~ffect a great regard for their- brethren, the Wesleyan me. thodists; and yery\oanytof.:the'Jltterlhave been deceived by' their professions.. .Iq )vpuld reeom-. mend toithe consideraibionloftall personr so'situated or.who maybe in danger of!being similarly duped, an articleentitled, 'I'he: Centenary ofi Wesleyan Methodism," which apperas'in: the-Church Maga zine for. theb pesent month.;i.This magazine' is the recognised.organ "of th .high churih party,, and'there can be no doubt that it expresses theirreal setdt-' ments, whatever,glozings and .fawnings may be deemed necessary and;justifiableo ocasionally, either in paTliament or on the hustings, ifor'th? ?ourtose of conciliating the supportof.the Wesleyan methodists. We .select the following as specimens of the style in which the Church 31aiigab nd aaks of ;thbm and their creed:=..'r .s.pks of them and PRO...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

AGENTS:-Bung.adore, Mr. Johan:Pwyer; Brriira, Mr. M,; Doyle; Brraidood, Mr. P. Goulding, Postmaster; Brisbane Water, Mr. Thomas Humphreys; Bathust, Mr. Richard.Jones; C~mpbell Town, MIr.'Hurle ; Goailhourti, Mhr.-lse'h Io lB;' Ho}odrtTorn, Mr PhiliSmith;Lvrrpo PrNtcSard Launceston,.r. T W. Corwell; Maitland;, Mr De; Ptrlek's Piisi'Mr.Thomas'Cilen; Paterson, 3tr. David Browne, Bush Inn; Port Phili, "Ar, Kehh Parramatta, Mr. Fitsimmon, TInnkeeper; ?enrilh, Mr. Pureli QSueanbe yanad'Mdaroo ir. Thoma Shanahan Won r. Ediward eiot.a Windsosr dw dRihhmond, Mrs . CoffeyM; x E d, M.r. . Edw.ard Walsh.--1.-ub. ..h. . . . . . the United Kingdom by Mre Jones, 63, Paternoster Row London,; Mr&W. J. Battersby,6 5,,Esex Bridge, Patnrament street, Dblin; .Mrs. Strain, P,.Unin`d inbLrgh; n S IMPPING . For ` oýrt , F' flllp Ii otp, Tn THI? fine' fast-sailinga A' 1 Ship aister S TIfA x4i DSdyR, 476 tons" pnr reg O. ., 'J. L.c Spence, Contmande'r. 'his vessel'has splendid'iccbmmoditlions for bot...

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Calendar for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

- - altubar -for-the"-ensuing- W tek.--- D. . D.W. MEMORANDA 27 F. Sun xiaes 61i4:_6u1;; csete.i 54 28 '. 29 Sir.. 4th Sunday in Leni-":30 M 30 M.' · i 31 'rn. I W. .2 Th. FS. orancis ~o( ulaa, Contd d !lF. Die mo . A. h N. A

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NEWEST LONDON FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER. 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

NEB ON? ....... r . ' o S., e :,.(romthe IVorIldof. Faa&lon.) . 1 The time is now fast aiproiachibngwheti ,t~f ele ganters'ill excliisge tiid petiy,Isrniplo?eIglfgI adu i?ir of the deni taison for the gorgeous evenarsgdire s of wintat ;iud; in truth; th'ewidter?maltrialW thit"h'dvo already, appeared?*ellmerit tihed appellaiiooi of "_d ; geotus;,for:gotling?cih bd'richer,.or mote splendid,I ,as ou' fair readeira will qge 'by the liitw e:sublbiti' Wei hillfdommenbe ijth... " ' .. : HALaI RDESa'MA aillAts. We ntay ite 6ni64 the most -novel the M?l?dditair;,:and 'th'e .VelailI jaspe', rich' antistout silksaof every tastdful'phtt& s, Splaided rfoularde!SSiberian tloaffe?a?~nd!so'm6 6~6W materials coinposed )of Cashmeie woolhH.",WeMt'idift observe thiat though these latter! are reWily' el. .nt,I their success is by no means- assured; for silkst will undoubedly take the lead., We hliave"he kd, howeverr sandwe lelieve :dith' truth thlitatthere' isia intention, in veryhigh; q...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

* an JIe.nwta'0 ¶anlJ. OAors.-- Mr. Sheriff Fraser .has. published the state'of all the gaols. It is. h'ighly creditable to the Colony ind- afford liiet?n'steonchisive aiiiswer to its calumniators, that thewbelr number f; persrsons in confinemen't'of both seek, 'deb'tors; brown fines, under examinition,,under sentpitee Idi yord,/every prisoner of every description, in every goal, in the whole island, amounts to three hundred and. ten persons.-.Review, March'ljO. '1 t~ t .. T;Trna: MArc.n.sAN.-Most, io the ·ihabitants of Macquarierstreet lhave seen a poor man upon crutches, who -was.inthe' habit of obtaining .a seanty liveli-, hood byselling matches. 'This poor cripple comr' mitted suicide :last weekl by hanging ,himself in a' back apartment of his miserable lodging, sokneo where in.St..Gilek'a.-?'bid.,, : .!? 'i .. .,GaonaO TowN.Ponr:,?0UZATXI-oNS.-W.e learn' 'with'surprise, that.one of the sailing port regulations at'George 'lown, is of a most inconvenient'and'dan:o gerous descript...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Shipping Intelligence       ARRIVALS. MARCH 24.-From London via Bahia, having left the former port the 26th September and the latter the 24th December, the schooner Piscator   Captain Silk, with merc?landise.' Psese?oS' Mlr. Willouhby, Mr. and M rs. Wilson, and to chl dren, Mrs. Peters, aind Mr. Behan. 24.-From the Whaling Grouuds, having left New York on the 4th October,' the' ship Iislctlia, Captain Gardner, with 200 barrels sperm add 400 barrels black oil. 26.-From the South Sea Fishery, having sailed from France on the 12th Septemlber,, 1838, the ship Ville de Bordea,ux, Captain Lungeteaux, with. .,300 barrels of black oil. 26.-From New Zealand, having jailed on the 12th instant, H. M. ship Iferald, Cptain'3Nias; Passenger-George Cooper, Esq... . ,, 26.--rom Valparaiso via Tahiti,. haning left the former port on the 24th December, and ,the latter on the 21st February, the ship John Barry. Captain lRobson, with 150 horses, &...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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News and Rumours of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

NTeluor ant tiumottru of thte ng. The ruins of the Royal Hotel are to be blohn. "op in the course of the week under the superinten'?dnce of Major Barney, that method of pulling them dowi being cheapest, and attended with the least personal risk.-The periodical races at Yass will shortly take place.-The inhabitants of Parramatta are calling loudly for a Branch Bank in that'town.--Mr. Wyatt has disposed of the ruins of the Old Theatre and soyal lHotel to Mlr. J. T. Hughes, who purposes pulling down the two new buildings next to the Royal liotel, and which are only partially erected, andto construct an hotel of first-rate magnitude.on the entire space of ground of this valuable town property.-The Governor has ordered wooden blocks to be prepared as an experiment in paving the streets, instead of the present system of macadamiza tion.-A circumstantial survey of Bass's Straits,is in contemplation, by the authorities of Van Dieman's Land.-Mr. Charles Smith, butcher, of Georpe street, inte...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Original Poetry. TO ADVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

-o TO ADVERSITY.           Ever mayst thou frown on me, Gloom-eyed Adversity!   I thy vengeance disregard, Nor repine at lot so hard ; I can bear all thou' can'st press,   Friendless, homeless, comfortless ; And, for all the world's displeasure, Be possess'd of purest treasure; For thy power is circumscribed, Though the world thou may'st have bribed ; Thought from me thou can'st not wrench, Nor one holy feelling quench; In my richest source of joy Thou can'st not infuse alloy;   I will sing, and happy be, Still victorious over thee.   Wreathe with thorns yet ne'er so sharp, If thou wilt, my lowly harp;   Roses - the most sweet of' them, Grow from out a thorny stem.     I may boast no gift divine, Kneeling at the Muse's shrine; But the love of worth I feel Lights my breast, as there I kneel; And I'm blest in that sweet feeling, 'M...

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Police Court. FREE SIDE.—MONDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Jolic ~Tout't. FREE ,IDE.-MoNar v, 'MAnaii 23. James Browster was inldictedl for stealing a basket value 9s., the property of Messrs. L. M. Bryant & 'o. of' King-street. From `ihe evidence of Mr. James Moore, Messrs. Bryant's storekeeper, it qp peared that this basket, and other atiqles of various value, had been for some time hMssing' fromn the stores, and that the basket in question had been seen by him on the barrow of the defendant, (who is' vendor of frpit) who, when questionil a.t?o how he, came by it, gave two or three diffqirit aCountas of the inatter. Committed for tria'l. ....,........ Tt-ie.; c2r4?, IIl 24.. Robert Deanes,i a! young i man of 'prepossessing appearance, and reported to. be. of highly respectable connexiops, was chargedby. T.,.? F. Carneioe. with. having a £50 bill,ýdrawn by Mir.Alcl nyte,- o favor of a person named Fletcher, Illegally in his.posses sion. From the evidence for 'the prosecution' ii 'ap peared that the bill in:questioai had been stolen...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

ISo1utcttc J1ntelligcncc. New Church.-Our readers will bo gratified that the Church of St,Paulinus, at Burragorang, is nearly ready for consecration. Considering that the foundation stone was only laid in the month of October last, we deem this activity highly creditable to the inhabitants of that secluded valley. Ware are happy to add, that the school to be used, which was formerly a church dedicated to St. Gregory in the mountain range of the Curryjong, is covered in and nearly complete. Considerable pro- gress has also been made in the church of the Blessed Vrgin at Appin.           CANADIAN PRISONE RS.-Of the fifty four Canadian prisoners who arrived by H. Ml..ship Buffalo, all, with the exception of one.(who is an American), are true Canadians by'birth, and Roman' Catholics by profession. The character given of these men by the oflicers of the Buffalo, and:by those persons under whose charge they have been placed ...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Miscellanea. ANNUAL EXHIBITION AT PRIOR PARK COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 31 March 1840

£tCi lfattnca. -o ANNUAL EXHIBITION AT PRIOR PARK COLLEGE. The annual exhibition at the above in valuable establishment took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 9th and 10th ult. The general display of the proficiency of the several classes in all the branches of literature commenced on Tuesday morning, in the new and beau tiful theatre belonging to St. Paul's College, the examinations having occu pied the entire of five days in the pre ceding week. The Exhibition opened by a Latin ad dress-original, and the composition of the young gentleman who delivered it. It set forth the period which had been devoted to the respective departments'df study, and the mode pursued, as well as the order in which they would proceed that day ; invoking the kind indulgence of " the auditory, and their approbation wherever it should be thought due. This address was delivered with such syllabic distinctness that, to an ear conversant with the Latin language, not a phrase or word was lost or imperfectly ...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Original Correspondence. THE WATER CONDUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 31 March 1840

OigtitgaI a tov1~wepoltbeltce. THE WATER CONDUIT. Mn. Enrroa,-The interest which you have in. variably exhibited in your journal towards the redressing of public grievances, more especially those which affect the poor, induces me to call your ttten. tion to an abuse which presses extremely on that portion of our population. The water conduit on the race course, it appears, is guarded (whether by authority or not, I am un aware) by a fellow who. is continually drunk, and. who appears to have a most perfect understanding. with all the water carriers. They, of course, are allowed to replenish their empty casks without let or hindrance; but any poor unfortunate who, per haps from want of better employment, may wish to save from his scanty pittance the cost of a barrel of that important necessary of life, is hunted, if he dare approach on a week day, from the ground by this modern Cerberus, aided and assisted, of course, by his benevolent friends, the water carriers. And.if as in numberl...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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GOVERNMENT SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 31 March 1840

GOVERNMENT SALARIES. Mn. EnTron,-In a late number of the Austra. lian an article appeared, relative to the clerks in the various Government omfices being paid their salaries quarterly instead of nonthly, (as is now the case) such alteration to commence at the expiration of the current year. The remarks in the article in question were indeed judicious. If the Governmentinsiston this measure, the evils pointed out as likely to occur will inevits. bly prove to be the case. I would ask the question of the Auditor-General (who suggested this new mode of payment to Sir George Gipps), if lie viewed the great advantage to the Government by the quar. terly payments of salaries to clerks in the several colonial offices, in all its bearingsl No, he could not so have done I-Does he, receiving a high and competent salary, for his perhaps somewhat arduous duties, reflect on the necessitous situation of tire humble scribe holding a government berth, toiling from nine until four every day, and rece...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 31 March 1840

IMPOUNDED. From the Estate of Henry O'Brien, Esq., Yass, and to be sold in twenty-one days, if not released, the following mentioned cattle,: One light brindle Cow, branded W on ribs, IH on rump, milking side. One white Cow, branded IH on rump, II on ribs, milking side. .One brown Cow, white back and belly, branded CB on rump, CB on thigh, B13 on ribs, milking side. One white Cow, branded W on ribs, IH on rump, milking side. One red Cow, white spot on rump, branded W on ribs, II on rump, milking side. Onie red Heifer, white back and belly, branded V on the milking aide. One red sided Steer, white back and belly, branded W on ribs, near aide. One black sided Cow, white belly, branded W on ribs, J H on rump. One red Heifer, brand on ribs, IH on rump. One red Cow., back and belly white, branded IH on rump, M offside. MC One strawberry Cow, branded MC on ribs, T Con rump, milking side. One red and white Cow, branded XO on ribs, T8 on rump, calf by her side, branded T. One black Bullock,...

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Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 31 March 1840

EGoVevnment oa;ttle. MARncr, 25.-Lieutenant WV. H. Tyssen, 80th regiment, is appointed a. Magistrate of the Territory.

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