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THE ABORIGINES—MR. WINDEYER'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

THE ABORIGINES.,-MR. WIN DEYER'S LECTURE. THE hon. member for Durham delivered a lecture on Wednesday last, at the City Theatre, on " the rights of the Aborigines," at which we were present. From that hon. gentleman's high cha- racter for research, industry, and eloquence, we did expect a literary treat.-We did hope to hear a discourse, in which philan- thropy, sagacity, and enlightened phi- losophy should be so interwoven, as to enlarge our views on a much vexed ques tion, - we expected a discourse which should make plain to all the wisdom of the creator, whose works and dispen sations are all perfect, in placing that race of beings upon this wide continent, as its primeval possessors-a lecture which should trace out and vindicate the rights of these people, gifted as they are like ourselves with reason, and immortal souls-a lecture which should depict how deeply they were wronged by the white intruders, and ex- plain the progress and causes of the wrong -a lecture which should exp...

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THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

THE GOVERNMENT.PRItTIkG 'ESTABIBHMErNT. The following is a copy of the petition which was presented to the'Legislative .Council on Wed. nesday last, by Dr. Bland : To the honourable the Legislative Council of New South Wales. The petition of the undersigned maatera and journeymen printers of the city of Sydney, Respectfully shewetb, That your petitioners, anticipating the introdec. tion of an item into the ,public estimates for the -ensuing year" for defraying the expenses of the ',Government Printing Office," feel called upon to suggest to your bonourable body the necessiiy of an inquiry whether under the present system of conduc-. ting that establishment, it is either just ir expedient that it should be.continued. -Thatyour petitioners would respectfully submit, that there are now no :peculiar circumstances ex .isting in the state of the printing business of this city to call for the continued interference of the Government with'the legitimate operation'sof trade, by departing fro...

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

"'jIe ,L rning n Cheronicle" is.published twice a week, on Wednesday and S'turday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diea n's Land, South Australia, New Zealand. and India; and in England, cotland and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30tho'June, 30th September, and 31st December at which periodl only subsccribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisersu s ould mnark on eac adve ertisement te number of insertions required; otheri e tocnt are ",oecinued till countermanded. Orders to ' d cn'tint e or alter advertisements must be senti:, bmfora 'ix o'clock on the evenings of 7hesday, 2'ursday, and Saturday; but newadvertisenents are received till eix o'clock on the evening before pubtication.--AU instructions must be given in writing, and alt letters postpaid. ?; mf mmmmdaU mmurdo~ muma mm~~j~ _"t '--ro ~ie~ei`t;l~~E~ii -~-'~B;; lb/~ Y "~~inniiloi mls "e -sod . .......an llkraopo NOTICE -TO .SUBSCRIBERS. LFROM the uncea...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

THE IORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAIY, JUNE 22, 1844 ' " Ui~st aud fear not: 1et all the end thou utom'lst at be tbhy ouwtrvys, T'hy God's:,aud truth's." hakrpeare. . ITHE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE. '1t? ihoniorable and reverend member for Port'Pliilip ihaving given notice of a motioii on the sutiject of ,.the extension of the elective franchise,, a question of such high and great importance demands at our hands some observations. We need not at this time of day inform our readers, that the custom of meeting in Folkmote, or Common Asscmbly,, to de liberate on public affairs, was one of the most ancient institutions of- our Saxon an cestors, and the privilege: of sending de puties to represent the different classes of the community, among those which they most valued. When the Norman Duke Willianm, conquered the last of the Saxon Kings HIarold, at 'the battle of Hastings, A.D. 1066, he took, in virtue of .the sword, not only the -sovereignty of .the land, but the very land itself as his property...

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JUDGE BURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 June 1844

JUDGE BURTON. IN the Chronicle of Wednesday last, we used the following words concerning a re port we had heard. " Can we regret 'the departure of a judge who attempted to make a rule, that no Catholic's oath should be taken in a court of justice, unless there was a paper criss-cross upon the book of the holy evangelists, upon which they were sworn." This, the Herald at tempts to refute, by quoting from the learned judge's reply to Dr. Ullathorne, a passage which we shall not here repeat, and by saying, "instead of the judge in- troducing the practice, he put a stop to it; and as the Roman Catholics are repre- sented as 'insulted and trampled on' by being required to swear on a cross, surely the man who was the cause of the practice being done away with, deserves the thanks of those who were relieved from what they considered to be an insult." Immediately on reading this in the Herald, we enquired particularly into the facts of the affair, and find them to be thus. In a case in whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

AGI.NT5 Fjlt THE OHIiiO'J[OLB Goulburn, Mr. Carney Luanceston; Mr. J. W.'Hay Hrolee,, Mr. B. M'Cauley. I~errnina, `Mr. B. M'Mahon. Patlieton, Mr. J. O.Sullivan. Pairramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Podt Phbitip; Mr. J..Buttmn'' Wollongong, Mr. Thorns owlet Bathirst;, Mr. T. Jopqo Hoabrt Town, 14r. Jobo: Rega M. Mait~adtr Mr. ~Iawkshyli QarnphaiitownAº ýP~n Mr. M'A*1I1teOI SWindsor, Mt.James Caesady Potiritb, I4r. i,anea W'Cariiyr.ý Jorry'a PlIana, Mr. J.J, liarpur Buugo iq, !4r, 14-dwirIit H4 .WolloonI ) Mi. Mtehaete Byrne Puktirnhid 1 kte UCfie Ktnygdom 0 1r. ,Julous, 63, Vatornletoroo.W, Jh4pn ;,; Mrr W. J, BatlirtqPy, 5, hsez.kt 'arLiau mwnt-streot, Dublin. '8jplu ysi ufauldI --rin-b MQHMU 14LtO - Urid~e~tr~t.3t11eghrufga~o!grr1 rdgs$ q

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

1Lcgtl atti* eouIcilr. -o FRIDAY, JUNE 21. Mr. WBEITWORTII brought forward his motion for the appointment of a select committee to inquire into and report upon all grievances not connected with the lands of the territory ; ard that it be an I instruction to such committee to distinguish be. tween those grievances which can be redressed in the colony, and those which cannot. Thehoa. and learned member classed the grievances to which he I particularly adverted under the six following heads: -(1.) The Grievance of the Civil List. (2.) The I Grievance of the Police and Gaol Expenoses. (3.) 1 Grievance of an Irresponsible Government in the I Colony. (4.) The Grievance of the Municipal In. stitutiono. (6.) The Grievance of the Tenure of the Office of the Judges of the Colony. (6.) The Grievance of the persons who have claims on the Government having no means of enforcing them. The hon. and learned member dwelt at great length on each of the above beads. He maintained that the rights which...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

-o ARRIVALS. JUNK 21.-From Port Phillip the 16th instant the schooner Abercromnbie, 144 tons, Petley, with sundries. Passengers-Mtr. and Mrs. Willmelt and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, OChishoim and daughter. Mr. Peppercorn, Mr. Selking, Sir. Osborne, Dr. Curtis, Mir. R. Turubull, and Mr. R. Lazey. 22 -From Launceston the 16th instant, the brig William, 149 tons, Thom, with grain, &c. Passengers-Captain Clint, Miss Solomon, Miss Alford, Messrs. James Speed, James Clarke, and James Beale. 22 -Prom the Downes 5th March, and Cape of Good Hope 9th,, May, the barque Georgelorwn, 412 tons, Sell, with u general cargo. Pas. sengere-Mr. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Mangin, Mr. Ayrh, and Mr. Warren. 23.--From Adelaide the 13th instant, the brig Emma, 121 tons, Fox, with sundries. Passengers -liev. J. Weatherston (Wesleyan), Mrs.W Wea.. therston and three children, Mliss VWillan, ir. Joshua, and Mr. Piedler. 23 -From the Clarence River, the steamer William ih;, Fourth, 63 tones, Wiseman, with 7 bales...

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TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. Merrion Square, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. IMerion Square, Feb. 11. "" FrLLOW CountyuarN-Once again I return you my most heartfelt thanks for the peace, quiet, and good order you have observed; and I conjure you by the country we all love, and even in the name of the God we all adore, to continue in the same peace, quietness, perfect tranquillity. " I tell you solemoly that your enemies and the enemies of Ireland are very desirous that there should he a brealking out of tumult, riot, or other outrage. Be you therefore perfectly PEACEABLE. Attack no body. Offend nobody. Injure no person. If you respect your friends-if you wish to gall your ene. miea-keep the peace, and let not one single act of violence be committed. " Ycu are aware the jury have found a verdict against rme. But depend upon it that I will bring o writ of serror, and will not acquiesce in the law, as laid down against me, until I have the opinion of the twelve judges in Ireland, and if necessary, of the House of Lords. SBe you, theref...

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"TO THE CATHOLIC PRELATES OF IRELAND. "Merrion-square, Dublin, Feb. 11, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

TO THIE CATHOLIO PRiELATES OF IRELAND.' " Merrion0square, Dublin, Feb. 11, 1844. F" loat. Reverend and Venerated'Lords.-It is with rsne~difEculty, and after much consideration, that I take the liberty of addressing you, with a respectful confidence that, although you-may not approve of ,my so doing, you will kindly appreciate the motives which prompt me to trespass on your attention. " You may deem my anxiety excessive, but you will readily forgive that excess, which arises from -ty extreme desire to prevent the slightest violence .or breach of the peace in any part of -the country. '" I have not the presumption to think that any thing emanating from me would be needed to stimu late the active -.zeal of your lordships, -and the re. -ered clergy of the Irish people, for the preservation -of the nmost peafect public order and peace. Those .who have the sdvantageof knowing you are familiar -with the fact that the tranquillity of this country is .in a psramount(senseattslibutable to you...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

ENGLISH SHIPPING. The Aden, from China, arrived at Gravesend on the 21st February. The Belle Creole, from the Mauritius, was off Falmouth on the 21st February. The barque Australasian Packet, hence 9th October, and the barque Exporter hence I Ith October, arrived in the Downs on the 26th February. The Ceylon, 400 tons, lHurry, was advertiaed as a royal mail packet for Sydney; to sail on the let April. The St. Vincent was also to leaveoffs the lot April. The Dale Park, 500 tone, Snall, was to leave for Port Phillip the 16th March, and the Lord William Bentinck, 600 tons, Santhill, on the 16th April: The following vessels had left for Hobart Town - Greendlaw, February 10th. Eudora and Lady Gray, February 25th.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

WEIEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OP 7116 TUHIINOIIRTRR. &&. 11.1 N. I N. WIND. WBINR!DAT...JUNE 19 50 60 58 S.E. Clear rHuRsAT ......... 20 50 61 151 S.W. Ditto FRIDAY ........... 21 53 50 51 S.W. Ditto STURDAY.......... 22 48 60 51 S.W. Windy SUNDAY............ 23 5) 593 . SA. I Ditto ONDAY....... ...... 2 ) b 60 50 S.W. Itito rURsDAT . 2... 9j5. 1521 3, .W. Ditto 1l te) teO2Jera±ture, 55°.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

Pnopmra TAX -According to the late return of the properly taIrx,' the .English nobility end gentry have contributedj3,200,000 out of the £5,000,000, leasing the profesalonal. classes the next contlribui 'torm inoider, and the traders the last.-Herald.

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

TI1L MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1844. " Be just otud fear not: Lt all the ends thou aims: at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's.' Slaakspeare. IRISH NEWS.-STATE TRIALS. A oREAT mass of Irish news has arrived by the Georgetotwn, which left the Downs on the 5th March, but which it is wholly out of our power to give in any detail this day. The jury, as alas! we forebode-(the Irish jury being of the right sort) brought in the verdict of GUILTY ! qualified how ever as to some expressions, which our readers will see at length in the report in our'third page. We did indeed hope, as we understood there was one Englishman one solitary juror not imbued with the tiger spirit of orangeism-we hoped from that circumstance, that the traversers had a chance of acquittal. But Diis aliter visum ! - The shameful, infamous, execrable packing of the jury the sedulous, but most detestable exclusion of all Catholics from the panel, was not without its meaning ! Behold the resiult ! Men i...

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A SCENE IN THE NISI PRIUS COURT—"SIGNS OF THE TIMES"!! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

A SCENE IN THE NIS1 PIUS oOUrItT-" SIGNS *OF THE TIMES"II About two o'clock on WVednesday the following scene took place in the Nisti Prius Court, where the Lord Chief Baron sat during the day tryinog records- Mr. Patrick Moran, of Ormond Quay, was called on the jury, and on taking the swearing' book into his hand, he said-" 1y lord"- Chief Baron-Well, sir1 Mr. Moran-My lord, I am a staunch Repealer (roars of laughter followed the announcement made by Mr. Moran). Chief Baron-Very well, sir, what of that 1 Mr. Moran-I wish to ascertain if you have any objection to my trying the case (a shout of laughter such as was never heard in a court before followed the question, and no person seemed-to enjoy the fun more than the' learned Chief Baron)? When sil lence was at last obtained, *ThiiChief Baron said-Not the Ileast objections sir. Mr. Moran-i thought there might,jbecause I am a staunch Repealer (renewed laughter). Chief Baron-I have not the least objection, sir, and I don't think the p...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE RIGHT REVEREND DR. BROUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

® titgulat aI OrrtespoII elrce. -0 TOTERE RIGHT RBVEIREND DR. BROUGHTON. My dear1.ord-Has a sermon recently published, havingfor its test, the ominous words !'take heod,' fallen under your notice ? The author of it, who. ever he 6igy be, is a wag, and he does not care to let the world knowit. .He. is a foodlorer of fou. He has hit on the right orthodox. style for, as sermons said to be preached. before the Queen's Majesty, of before the Houses of Parliament as. sembled, or before the Judges, or before the Mayor and Corporation when printed, testify to the fact, in order that the dignity and importance of the occasion being duly considered, the dignity and im portance of the preacher may receive their due mead of respect; so our author, who evidently thinks no small beer of his feat, declares, that this, his sermon, was preached before-the ladies of thes Female Factory, -Parramatta, June 4, 1844. And by whom 1 Positively the impudent. varlet "makes no hesitation"i'a ssiauming the res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

'The M1orning£Chronicle" is.pqblished twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Soulk Wales, Van Diwen's Land, South -Australia, New Zealand, an4Indiaaid n Rngland; Scotland, andIreland.- The Quarters; d on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Se teiber, and 31st December; at which periods ornly subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-AdvertiseIs.sholid mai'otn s'each'addvertlsemeit the number of insertions required;; nothemoise they are cdltinued till coientermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter adertise ments must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are 2celved till sit? o'clock on the evening befiore publication.-All: instructions mhst be given in writing, qnd all letters post paid NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ;1 jI ROM . the unceasing expenses a . attending: the' publication of the "GChronicle," which we are 7 obliged to 'discharge iweekly in to cash...

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CRIMES OF CATHOLICS; OR, THE PRACTICE OF JURY-PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

CRIMES OF CATHOLICS; OR, TaE PRACTIOI OF JUR1Y.PACKINOG. .-o-- - CFron the Tabioet.1 On Wednesday was held, at Frsemason's Hall, an important meeting of Irish OCatholics,, on the subject of jury packing in Ireland-Lord Camoys in the chair. Who were the principal speakers, and what the topirCs upon which they insipted, will be seen from our report in anothe' part of this paper. The meeting was essentially representative of the great bulk of the Catholics of this island. Several Scotch and English Bishops put their names to the requisition. Others, again, enter tainiag what we should be disposed to call an exaggerated horror of taking any part in public affairs, even where the character of the Catholic body is most deeply involved, did not, indeed, give their names; but were understood to give their private sanction to the proceedings of the day. At least, we are able, on the authority of a distinguished lay Catholic, to state that the only English prelate about whose opinions people ...

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GREAT CATHOLIC MEETING. EXCLUSION OF CATHOLICS FROM JURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

GREAT CATHOLIC MEETING. EXCLUSION OP OCATLHOLIOS FROM JURIES. LVrom the Tablet. On Wednesday, a most numerot (mseetiog of English Catholics was held at the Freemason's 'Tavern, for the purpose of consideriug the propriety of addresling her Majesty, on the conduict of thea lawi ofilcers of the Crooin in Ireland; In excludfig Roman Catholics frbo the juiry selected to trylthel travorsers in the liState trials now proceediOn.in that cuntry. The Grand Hall, whlicl is caleulted to hold about si Lhundared persqne conveniently, was, together with the gallery, whicb has sealsItu about one hundred and fifty persons, ca npletely crowded long befo.e the proceedings conu9nced, A great number of ladles were preseoant.',,$, On the platform we observed Lord amoaogi Lor4d Stourton,,the Hon, C, Landales, P. HqaWr' , 14l. Mt..!. (Carlilql); the Hon. Sir C. Vavasour. Bart.; Sir Thomas Esmonde, Bart. ; P. O. Maxwell, Eaq. ; Charles Eyston, . Esq. ; J. Townely, Esq.; W. Williams, Esq.; J. A. Cooke, Esq*...

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ANTI-CORN-LAW LEAGUE AND O'CONNELL AT COVENT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

ANTLCORN.LAW LEAGUjB AND O'OONNBLL AT COVENT GARDEN. The fitb weekly meeting of thle ession was held on Wednesday. Mr. George Wilson in the chair. The chairmai iniroduced ano'her Mr. Wilson, who was addressing the house, when at this 'moment a loud abshout wa.s beard without the-walls of the theatre-and the ecitesientl within became so great in the expectation of the appearance of Mr.O'Ceno. nill, that Mr. Wilson was for some time inaudtble, and at length ceased to speak. An intimation from the chair restored order, but again a'loud and pro. lagged shout without was responded to by renewed exeitement within. The audience rose, and all eyes were turned to the door at which it was expected Mr. O'Connell would enter, and a.hoarse low mur. mur pervadel the vast assembly, so that the speaker was once more compelled to discontinue. One thought, and but one alone, was-for some minutes uppermost in the minds of the throng; and the anxiety which they evidenced for the appearanceof the object...

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