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Select Poetry. THE DRUNKARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

* -0 TUE DRUNKARD, Who treads the path to endless woo? Who doth the worst example show, And sisks himself the brute below 7 The drunkard. Who takes his Mlaker's name in vain, And does the Sabbath day protfae; Who's firmly bound by Satan'a chain? 'Theo drunkard. Whose heart is fraught with vengeful spite Who dearly loves to scold and figbt? V hose voice is heard at dead of night 7 The drunkard. Who plunders, murders, robs, and steals ? Who fills the hospitals and gaols ? VI ho slaves for life in New South-Wales? The drunkard. Who doth his pastor's warnings mock ? Who trembles in the criminal's dock ? i ho feels the sca~bld's fatal shock? The drunkardn Who makes his dreary home a bell, Where hunuger, cold, and sebkness dwell; Which every earthly bliss expel? The drunkard. Who robs his oibpring and his wife? Who madly ends his worthless life, By poison, drowning, rope, or knife? The dlunkard. "Who le the first that health forsakes? Who suffers abst from pains nod aches? Wlio, at death'...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 19 June 1844

EDUCATION. Tnn following admirable article from the masterly pen 'of Frederick Lucas, in the Tablet of December 2, is worthy of the most profound attention, and the careful study -of our readers, and of every man of re flection, who wishes to arrest the baneful progress of indifferentism, latitudinarianism, and lastly the inevitable goal or finale, to which the assumed supremacy of private judgment will surely lead-PURE DEISM— perhaps MATERIALISM. -Who that sees it leading a Chillingworth, a Iloadley, and a Watson into Latitudinarianism-a Milton, a Whiston, -and 'an Adam Clarke, into Arianism-a Locke and a Newton into Socinianism-(all of whom were bible readers.)-Who that sees this, does not tremble for himself and for his children, lest they too be engulphed in some such whirlpool, through following an ignis fatuus-a false light-proudly claiming infallibility as.a guide in the road to truth --private judgment, based and supported by individual reason ?--that reason, which is unable...

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STANZAS TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

STANZAs TO IRELAND. .rin, the clouds that bare darlen'd thy skies, Thro' thy long night of gloom, shalt eternally set, The star of thy glaoi triumphantly rise, And the bhight bea of Liberty beam round thee yetl And brilliant the dav..nof that nOr.irow ill be, As at breaks through the darkness of Tyranny's relgn, To pour the full flood of itsglory on thee, Andt brfng back the light of thy fredom againu 4h ! then n'ill thy pnayer bless that Patriot's name, "iWho proud o'er thy waves of adversity sahone, 'Neath the sco*w of oppression resplendent the same, To the bright goal of liberty guidlng thee on; Arid then when he views thee blest, spotleas, and free, Unstani'd by the dark lowering clouds of the past, How happy the dreams of his alumber will be, As he sleeps in the smiles of thy sunshine at last I ]owAnD.

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

l.coj0nacrTn ?P Tq LAST s'rae io.J ?. do ' unapsod Flour(fine), P 1001bs ..,,... 0 11 0 to" 0 19 .0 Ditto (secolds)b ditto .:....... ' 0 0 .. 010 0 BDvad. 21lbloat.... .,, .... 0 0 3 .. . 0 0 Biscuit(flueh,ewt. .... .... 0 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto ...... 0. 0 0 .. 0.16 0 bheat, Colonial, tP bushel .... 0 3 6 .. 0':' 0. DIto, V. D. Land, ditUo!... ... 0 36 .. 0 Maize,ditto(wholesale) .... .... 0- I .2 r 1 3, Ditto, dto(retail).... .... .....0 .1 o . ,0 .o 9 Bro., 4 bushel ..... .. .. ,0 0 0 0 0 10 Barley, dltto.... ... .... .. 0 0 0' 0 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto .... .... ;... 0 0 o ? 0 Oats, ' bushel (wholesale) . ?... 0 0 0. 0 t; Ditto, ditto(rtail).... .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 2,4 Hay, ,tono.... ....... .... 3 .0. ..0 4 10 ..0 Ditto (retail), owt. .... .... 03 6 0 ..0,' 0 Wheat Straw, ) ton .... .... 1,10 0 .. 113 '0 Fodder,perdozon .... .... .... 0 0 7 .. 0 0 9 Grass (wholesale), Vdozen bundles 0 0 6 ':. 00 7' Bedding, per load ........ .... 0 30 6 .. 0 0 FILUIT AND VBOISTABLUKS....

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Select Poetry. THE VOICE OF PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

-o THE VOICB OF PRAYERI. The voice of prayer, how soft It rises, Breathed in childhood's hour of bliss; The music leav'n most dearly prizes Is not more purr, more sweet than thisl In the rosy morn ascending, Like love's incense on the air, And witll hymns of angels blending, O 1 how sweet the voice of prayer I The voice of prayer, how sweet when stealing From the fond and guileless breast, Every holy wish revealing Of a heart by virtue blest. like the breath of perfume sighing From a bed of those flce iloers, 'I hot in beauty, never.dying, Bloom alone in hearvt's bright bowers. 'lbe voice of prayer, how prized by heaven, Blreath'd by one with crime oppress'd I highlng now to be forgiven, Seekil g mercy, grace and rest: I.Ike'a lute that long forsaken, oath in silence coldly lain, Touoh'd once, more doth softly waken .lusio's sweetest notes again I

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

Not many days have elapsed since the sufferings and death of Mar&a DILLAWAY and her children in the utter extromnities of want, and filth, and dir. ease, rang. upon the public ear,- inaeassble -from the now almost icessant sepetition of these horrible miseries--to any ordinary circomsances ofaufferng. Not many days before the case of the DILLAWATa we had recorded and commented on the case of a poor man found starving in the public streets in West Smiohfeld ; and not very long before that, the atrocious case of starvation at Bromley, from the neglect and cruelty of a Urelieving officer," had forced itself upon public notice. How many cases there were which were nos heard of (as it appears to have been by the merest accidents that the ones which we have mentioned were discovered), it is, of course, impossible to say. But it seems as if the depth and breadth of society, replete with instances like these with suffering and want, were barely skimmed over the surface with the" dec...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

JUNE 19.-For Hobart Town, the brig iouisa, Tucker, wlth.suudries. Passengers-Mir. Kemp, Lieut Warren, of the 80th itegiment, Mr. Young, Mr. G. Young, Master Young, Mrs. Rose, aMrs. Griffiths, AMr. Mrs.'and Mii Dunsmore and'three .children,-Mr. J. Brenan,7 .raunk and file of the 10th and4lof tho 51stliegimeut, and 2'bpriouners of the crown. 19, - For the Whale, Fishery, the' barque William, Bolger, with whaling gear, &c. pits seogers-Dr. Itobinson, Mr., anud ?llis B3olger and female servant, Miss Fisk, and Mr. Bonger. 20.-For Mureton Bay, the steamer Sovereiin, Capp, with a general cargo. Pasengers-uir. 0. Campibell, Mr. Knapp, ad4 ieven in the steerage. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

..AGENiTS POLL TUB COIIIO'LWLK Goelbuvo. Mr. Carney. LanOceston, Mr. J. W. Hy s . ` Boetlee, Mr. B. MWCalisy. i3errina, Mr. B. M'MIbou. Pattesiw., Mr. J. O.Solnlna. Parramatta, Mc, P. Cardiftf PortiPbiaIip, Mr. 3. Bulled Wollougong, Mr. Thorss. owlert Bathurst, Mr. T. ,Tones Hobart Towen, Mr. John Regan { Matland,. Mr. Hswksley ' , Campbslltown,' &co., Mr. M'Allatnu r, Windsor, Ni. Jai me Cataldy Penrith, Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry's r~lains,'Mr.i i.'Il`arpor; Bongo Is, Mr. Edward Hughes ` d Wollombi, Mr.. Mieobsl Bjrne ' ., Published in La Wailed Kanigdons by ýt dr. Jones, 63, Paternoster row, Lonidon d MrW. .1. Battereby, br Bias brl4ge,o Part jý. rnent.atrest,,Dubliib......' ; Sydnoga YrPdne and P. lt.La'I by ! : {hi~tzrot. at th Cbroaacb Ole0 , flDAU04

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

-0o. ARRIVALS. , JunE 19.-From Hobart Town 8th, and Port. Arthur the 18th June, H.M.S. North tlar, 26 guns, Captain Sir Everard Home. Passenger Mir, I(ossi, of the 51st IRegiment. 20.-From Port Macquarie, on the 19th, the steamer Mafatland, :103. tons, Parsons, with 25 bales wool, &c. Passengers-Major lunes, Capt. Weugh and son, Mirs. Cheers, irs... Parker, Miss ul'Leud, Mr. Chapman, Mr. Guno, Mlaster J; Cohen; Capt. Montgomery,' and thirteen rank and. file of the 80th regiment, and three in the steerage.

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"UPPER CLASS" DOINGS; [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

" UPIERI LAYS" DO1NGS; -0 We ended our article, last week on State corrup. dion, by a quotation from the speech of Mlr. reevy, late member for Appleby, whicth requires no com ment from us. We shall now further briefly notice the hereditary revenue. They are the Scotch, con. sisting of crown rents, customs, hereditary excise fines, and forfeltures-about £100,000 a year. Next, the Gibralter duties which had been charged in violation of the charter granted to the place in 1704 amounting to about '£11,000 a year., The next source of the crown scrapings is derived from the estates of lunatics, illegitimates, those' dying intestate, having no heirs, under the denomination of eacheats. From the estate of one lunatic, Mr. Newport, the crown derived £113,000. With resapect to the intestates, the estate of Mr. Trout back shared a similar fate, that deserves some little explanation, which we extract (r~m the report of the Educational Committee. page 289 t.-'Frederick Matthew Waggoner called in...

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THE ENGLISH LABOURER'S WORTH AND HOW REWARDED. TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

THE ENGLISH LABOURER'S WORTH AND BOW REWARDED. -o LProm the Times.] TO UiLs OGRAC THE DUEB OF WELtINOTON. hly Lord,-I venture to call your Grace's atten 4ion to a recent melancholy illustration of the new Poor Law. It is scarcely necessary to apologise for appealing to a great man in behalf of the miserable and helpless; but my reason for appealing to you, is the circumstance that without the sanction of your name, it is probable the new Poor Law would never have existed, and would not now remain. In the Times of Tuesday, January 9, is a narrative of the " Last Days of an English Peasant"-no high-wrought fiction-no oratorical, or ex parve statement-but the simple and unadorned report eq a judicial inquiry, without a single expression moie excited or ambitiouns than than that what we should expect to find in one of your Grace's own des patches. Jonathan White had lived and laboured ninety years in his nativeparish, South Weald. He had been unwell for a long.time past, and complained ...

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TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REV. VICAR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

TESTIMONIAL TO TIIH. VERY REV. VICAR GENERAL. IN compliance with'the earnest and urgent. wishes of the' friends and admirers of the Very Rey: F. Murphy, Vicar General, we beg to say.that we.,will on Wednesday next publish in the ,Chronicle a full report of the proceedings at the public meeting that was held recently, in St. Patrick's Church, for the purpose of considering how best.to testify their respect hnid ven'ration for him by a isuitable testimonial, b·ut which report we were at that time from press of matter obliged to curtail. .The usual weekly meeting of the com mittee for preparing the testimonial will take place on. every Tuesday. evening, in St. Patrick's Church, at seven o'clock, until the arrangements~are complete.

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

S CLEAItANOEB. JuaR 19.--For New Zealand and the South Sea Islands, the :brig Beq,, Purcell, with sheep and tundries. 20.-For London, the barque Jane, Goudle, Goudie, with clounial produce. Paseengers Messrs. Skeate1 Failbon, M*MITlan, Goles, (laid well, Hawkins, Wire, Alexander, Orawford, Mosou, and Matshall; AMr. end Mrs. Locker, and Lilen Howarth.

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

SWLegtslatitue VouttciI. ~-o THURSDAY, JUNE 20. The council met at the usual hour. * PASTORAL REGULATIONS lMajor Watrwoarn presented a petition, signed by grasleri and stockholders resident in Maitland and its neighbourhood, similar to petitions already presented froni ether districts of the colony, against thes Squatting Regulations which were recently promulgated. The petition was read and received, and ordered to be printed, and referred to the. Land Grievance Committee now sitting. ABORIGINE. .. Dr. NICHOLSON gave notice that, on Wednesday, the 26th instant, he should move, For .a return of the. outlay incurred on account of the aboriginal natives belorging to the middle and northern districts of the colony, in blankets or otherwise, during the yeara'l1841, 1812, and 1e43, specifying the amount expended in each of the years respectively, andthe localities of the several tribes op account of whom such expendi. lure bpsa been incorredll . MCDUCATIogr ... mr. Lowsgave.ay. e vahg~Ed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

NOTICE. M/R. J. W. HAY has been appqinted j.j j. Agent for this Journal, iri ithe dis trict of Launeeston, to whomi all parties are requested to pay the amount of their respective accounts. M. D'ARCY. Chronicle -Offlce, June 11,1844.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JUNE, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

CATRtOLrO DIRECTORY, JUNE, IR4. 0. 23 IV. IV'aftr Pent, do no, secild. . Nativit of It John liOptit, .doulUo, lt clans T. 2 St. WVilliam, oonllbsur; double W. 2( SS. John and Paul, martyrs, double y'. 27 De ct, n onjidmble - F. 29 F'ast. St Leo, pope and contessor, somldo,,ble S. 29) SO. Pater and taul. apostles, double, let class S. 30V. alter lent., coreom . m : Paul apospte, doublo

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

PROJEOTED DEPALIRTUES i• The Bee, for Port' Nichulson, and the South Sea Islands ;. and-the Corsair (steaner) for Port Phillip, and Lanuceston, via ioyd l'own; to.day. The Jane. Goudie, for London; the United Kingdom, for Bombay ; the Calypso, for Luuuceston ; the Harlequln; for New Zealand, and thq iouth. Sea Islands ;.and the o.awk, for Adelaide, via Port Phillip,. to morrow. The Bquestioan, for 1Madras, on the 26th Inetaut. TSe Ocean Queen, for London, on the 26t1 luitdqt

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

DIED, At Sydney, on Tuesday last, the 12th instant, Mary, relict of the late Mr John Higgins, of Grandy, near Mallow, Ireland, in the 69th year of her age. -Requiescat in pace.

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

-0 -.. WEDNESDAY,-JUNE 19. The Council met at the usual hour. *The S?PrEAR having read the commission ap pointing the Attorney General a member of council, the latter gentleman took the usual oath. -GOVERNMENT PRINTING OEFICE. .Dr. BLAND presented a petition, signed by 75 plinters, matters and journeymen, praying the council to take into their consideration the circum -stances relating to the government printing office, with a view to their alteration. The petition em braced the signatures of all the printers in Sydrey, with two exceptions. The petition was read, re. •ceived, ordered to be printed, and to be taken into -consideration on Friday, 28th Junoe, Dr. BLAND, on presenting the above petition, gave notice, that on Wednesday, the 28th June, he would move that an address be presented to his -Excellency the Governor, requesting that there be .laid upon the table of this house a statement cf the entire annual expenses of the present .government printing establishment, the acteal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

*COLONLAL TOBACCO.. O N SALE, at the SCres of the under sigoed, a quantity of prime Colonial To. bacco, in small kegs, at the low price of 8d. per lb. cash. . THOM~AS MAGNER, Market.street West. June 20. 776 T O BE LET, by private treaty for a term of'tbree or five years, that excellent and well-established Inn and Posting.house. known by the sign of the " Coach and Horses." situate in the main street. Campbelltown, at present kept by Mr. Charles Morris. .The house consists of bar and tap-room, four sitting rooms, eight bed .rooms, hall and large ball-room--the whole is cellared; there is an excellent detached kitchen and laundry ; there is also excellent stabling for sixteen horses, coach-house, and large loft over stable, a large roomy yard to which are two substantial stock-yards and a good well of water. Immediately behind the stables is a good paddock, containing two acres, well fenced, in which is a large water-hole never known to be dry. AAn opportuonty like the present seldo...

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