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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KERR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

l^omftftic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Kerr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of John Rotton, a single meeting was held. No debts were proved ; the meeting ad journed until the 7th proximo, to be held at M ait- land. In the estate of Robert Grill and Co., a special meeting. Claims were proved amounting to £1395 6s. 6'd. FRIDAY. In the estate of Lachlan Macalister, a first meat ing was held.. The only claim presented was one by Messrs. Walker and Co., which, insolvent not being present, was ordered to stand over until the second meeting. - SATURDAY. - The following schedules have been filed : — John Slattery, of Prince-street, Sydney, gentle man. Liabilities, £157. Assets — personal pro perty, £38 19s. ; outstanding debts, £48 15s. Gd. Amount of deficiency, £69 5s. 6d. Mr. William ferry, Official Assignee. William W. Wilkins, of Kensington-street, Syd ney, writing clerk and collector of accounts, a pau per. Liabili...

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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

.WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Grain. — Wheat, per bushel, 7s. to 8s. 6d. ; very little coining to market; sales are dull. Barley, 3s. 6d. to 4s. 6d. ; malting samples in demand. Maize, 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. ; sales are dull. Oats, 3s. to 3s. 3d. ; very little in the market. Poultry.— Fowls, per couple, Is. 4d. to Is. 8d. ; sales are dull. Ducks, Is. 9d. to 2s. 3d. ; very few coming to the market. Turkeys, 4s. 6d. to 6s. ; sales difficult to be effected. Geese, 4s. to 5s. ; supply very small. Eggs, per dozen, lOd. to Is. ; very scarce. I) airy. — Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. ; good samples in demand. Cheese, 4d. to 5d. ; very little coming to market. Bacon, 5d. to 6d. ; j^ood samples scarce. Pigs, each, per lb., 2jjd. to 3d. ; the consumption is increasing. Calves, 7s. 6d. to lls. ; good calves aro in demand. Sundries. — Van Diemen's Land potatoes, black, per cwt., 5s. to 6s. ; the market is well supplied. Ditto, other sorts, 3s. to 4s. ; the stores are over stocked. Onions, 8s. to 10s. B...

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(From the Nation.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

( From the Nation. ) Really, my lord, this is too much of a good thing, You are too condescending. We are not worthy this superhuman charity. You are too lavish, actually too profligate, of your philantln-opy. You come it too strong with your soft sawder. We know the fate you and your English colleagues design for Ireland. We would rather not enjoy the destiny you intend shaping for us. Gentlemen who are fond of good lining, like your Excellency — who feel themselves transmuted into citizens of the Universe under the influence of rich repasts and finest wines — are apt to wax monstrously generous and affectionate after dinner, and to express a cosmopolitan benevolence which evaporates with digestion. We cannot put trust in a wassailer\s friendship. Least of all in your Excellency's, who have made the same Sybarite declaration every time you dined in public with us these five years. We would keep you to the book, my lord. Are you not an Englishman ? Are yon not here to maintain the s...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

TO GORIIESPON DENTS. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to nckno -vledge the receipt of money letters in this part of o'ir paper. Received from W. M N., Penrith £18 0

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

IMPOUNDIN as. Windsor. — On the 23rd June: red cow, with some white about' (he belly, rather large horns, branded on the loft hip UU conjoined, also branded on the'BUoulder, but not legible ; dark brown mare, rather strong built, has a small white spot in the forehead, brand mark not. legible, long tail and mane, and black points. If not claimed within 21 days, will be aoiu. U. dommers, rounuueeper. 9s. 6d. CArcoar.-Oo the I4lh June: brown bullock, like WK olT rump ; yellow cow, white back, JS under JS rump, qB shoulder off stfe; red and ..white steer, piece olf off ear, no brand visible ; red cow, star in forehead, illegible brand off' rump and ribs ; white steer, yellow spots, lifee YK off j ump ; strawberry cow, piece olFoff ear, illegible brand off ribs; yellow and white heifer, slit near ear.no brand strawberry biillo'k, HA conjoined lump and ribs off offside; yellow and white steer, like ^ off rump; brindl* cow, spotted back, slit near ear, piece off off car, W near ribs ; yel...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. Births and Deaths. — Births registered in London in the weekending Saturday, Feb. 8 :— Males, 848 ; females, 756 ; total, 1601. Deaths during the same period .-—Males, 564; females, 545 : total, 1109. The average number of births in six corresponding weeks in 1845-50 wa3 1464. The official report says, with respect to the deaths ; — ' A gradual increase in the mortality is represented by tho following numbers of deaths returned in the last three weeks : 958, 1041, and 1109. In the ten weeks of 1841-50, corresponding lo that which ended last Saturday, the average numler was 1063, which if corrected for comparison with the mortality of the present timp, by assuming tho annual increase of population at 155 per cent., becomes 1160. This estimated amount differs in no very considerable degree from the. 1109 deaths registered last week. The increase, rqoal to 68, in the present return over the preceding week (ending Feb. 1) arose almost entirely amongst the young— th...

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THE TEMPORARY RESTORATION OF THE WHIG MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

THE TEMPORARY RESTORATION OF THE WHIG MINISTRY. J HE conjectures we hazard (in a late num for of this Journal) as to the steps that were most ' likely to be taken on the an announcement of Lord John RussellVresig nation of his post of Premier, have proved to be minutely 'correct. This verification displays no extraordinary degree of fami liarity or acquaintance with ' men and things, on the political arena of party combat in our great ' State officials.'* It required but litt'e foresight to discern the firsfe're sults of this affected abandonment of office by the oily and sneaking craftsman in h ant ing for power and place. One thing which might have been only matter of doubt and suspicion, is now made certain. Out of his own mouth he stands condemned of prac tising one of those official tricks in the dex terous performance ot which he pndes him self, and in which he is unquestionably a perfect adept. He has, in his Parliamentary explanation, virtually acknowledged, that the conflic...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. June 26. — Edward, 30, Binnie ; Stranger, 28, Collie ; Anna Maria, 49, Bennett ; Emma, 38, Cox, all for Newcastle ; Porpoise, 39, Ferguson, for Shoalhaven ; Dove, 12, Laverack, for Brisbane Water ; Elizabeth, 29, Thompson, for the Aawkes bury. June 28. — Orient, 32, Crane, for Bronlee ; Nep tune, 15, Augusta, for Shoalhaven ; Gitana, 15, Noble ; Victory, 19, Fisher, both for Brisbane Water ; Elizabeth, 32, Eennie ; Emily, 30, Cureton ; Sir John Franklin, 30, Murray ; Vixen, 43, Wil liamson ; Midas, 27, Newman, all for Newcastle. June 30. — Mermaid, 25, Campbell, for Newcastle ; Prosperous, 17, Eoberts ; Highlander, 27, Roberts, both for Broulee ; Traveller, 14, Anderson ; Rain bow^ 19, Pennington, both for Brisbane Water. July 1. — Magnet, 17, Selmon, for Brisbane Water ; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindquest, for New castle.

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Literature. SONG FOR THE OPENING OF THE SESSION OF 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

fliteraturr* SONG FOR THE OPENING OF THE SESSION OF 1850. (From the Catholic Standard. ) Little Lord Mummery, Erothing up flummery, To trick out the national fame ; Conceived nothing better Than writing a letter To set all the world in a flame. ' As I am a sinner,' Quoth he (after dinner), ' It is Churchmen the moment to trounce r John, bring me a taper, And pen, ink, and paper, And I'll make the Cardinal bounce.' So he screwed up his courage,. And his brains he did rummage Eor some topics of fiery hue : Till the Bishop of Durham (Who had asked him to stir 'em) Himself, perhaps, looked rather blue. He deemed it quite out of date, An outlandish potentate Should come to unsettle the nation r And he was quite positive, It touched the ' Prerogative/' And of Treason gave deen indication. , He vowed it a sinister Act that the Minister Has not been consulted thereon : Or that any such Delegates (Save the Mummers own pet Prelates) The mitre in England should don. If such our condition, Soon...

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FATHER GAVAZZI AND THE INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

FATHER GAVAZZI AND THE INQUISITION. We envy not the Herald's good taste in se lecting for the edification of its readers the malignant ravings of a ranting ' Friar.' England is at this inomeut an excel ent stage for any crazy and renegade monk to give rent to his. spleen against the eccle siastical authorities who exercised a sa:u tary restraiut, by preventing him frorn dis seminating his impious and irreligious opi nions, This is the case with that deluded and suspended Barnabite Friar Gav-zzi. We shall avail ourselves of the present oc casion to supply those who may wish to kuow a. little more about. the ' Albigenses ' and the ' Inquisition,' than what they can cull from such declaimers as Friar G^vazzi, with a correct veision of the history of the Albi genses ' and the ' Inquisition,' taken from trust-worthy contemporary writers. And first of the ' A bigenscs,' whose wicked career gave rise to ikel/iqiiisilion : — 'The Manichean heresy had gradually crept from the east into the w...

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REVIEW. "Contributions from Home" pp. Kemp and Fairfax, Sydney, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

REVIEW. ' Contributions from Home''1 pp. Kemp and Fairfax, Sydney, 1851, [communicated.] The characteristic of this age is beyond question 'disunion ;' a desire to divide all that, by the wisdom of our ancestors, had been united. Tae most superficial observer of the policy of the governments of the present day, will have noticed this striking and seemingly inexplicable change. The change, however, can be explained by many ; we presume it can b« justified by none. An irreligious, 'ignorant, and impious people, cannot be expected to endure the curb of the golden reins attached to the wild folly of man by a religious, holy, and learned people. Behold the reason of the separa tion of those things, joined by the ancients. We have witnessed the divorce of edu cation and religion. We have beheld the separation of religious liberty and the British Constitution. We have heard from the lips of the most exalted, words most disrespectful and unbecoming,, treasured by the most thoughtful. Respon...

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CHURCH AND STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

CHURCH AND STATE. / The words ' Church and State,' ' State Church,' 'Established Church,' sound harshly on the ears of any humble and earnest Christian, who devotes a portion of his time to the perusal of the Inspired pages of the New Testament, or to the history of the Church, in its primitive and puresb days. Such phrases as the above had neither ' a local habitation nor a name' in the early Christian's vocabularly. They are of more recent origin amongst the followers of a crucified Saviour. It is a well known his torical fact that for the first three centuries of the Christian era, that the State or the Governing Powers of the world waged an ex terminating war against the Christian name; — -the relation of the State to the Church during that long period was that of the ' sword' reeking with Christian blood. But when the ' Cross,' the symbol of salvation, triumphed over the ' sword' the type of Idolatry and Paganism, and the ''Rulers' of the world bent in humble submission to the ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. ANGLICAN LIBELS UPON THE HOLY SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

jf$U0ttiIa:neou0, %&xtvatt$* ANGLICAN LIBELS UPON THE HOLY SEE. (From the Catholic Standard.) A few weeks since wo had occasion to ex pose a wanton and foul calumny in a dis senting organ, on the Catholic Priest at Birkenhead. To-day jfc becomes our duty to notice a still more infamous slander upon the Court of Home, by the weekly (query weekly) organ of Anglicanism. We have seen too much of the malignity of the print in question, to be surprised at its taking liberties with truth, in its puny efforts to maintain the unholy alliance of Church and State] but we had not, we own, anticipated go astounding an onslaught, not only upon .veracity, but upon common sense, as the following, which p.xofesses to ba an extract ? from the letter of a correspondent : — ' O,i one occasion, one of the cardinals observed to my iuformant that ? he was glad to hear by the report from England that the principles of Catholic ism (Poppry) wrre rapidly reviving and spreading in tint country.' To th...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. 8 Th S. Juliana de Ealconeriis, «., from 19th June, d., O.S.B., S. John a S.Pacundo, ' -£., from 12th- June. 4 F SS. ; John- and .Paul, mm., from 26th. June, d., O.S.B., S. Anthony of Padua, conf. d., from 13th June. 5 Sat Of .Octave of SS. Peter and Paul, s.d., O.S.B., S. Basil the Great, b.c. ami d.,.d, 6 S 4th after Pentecost, Octave of SS.. Peter and Paul, d. 7 M S. Margaret, w., from 10th June, s.d., O.S.B., translation of S. Taomas o. Canterbury, bp. and m.d. 8 T S. E izabeth, w., s.d. 9 W Of the Feria, O.S.B., S. Willibald, con}'.. s.d. 10 Th VII. SS., Brothers, mm. 11 F S. Pius, p. and m.s , O.S»B., commemo ration of S. Benedict, d.} 2nd class. 12 Sat S. John Gnalbert, abp. d. 13 S 5th after Pentecost. 14 M S. Bonaventure, bp. and doc. d. 15 T S. Henry, conf.ys d. 16 W B.V.M. of Mount Carmel, d.m. 17 Th S. Alexis, con/., s.d. 18 F S. Camillas de Lellis, conf. d. 19 Sat S. Vincent of Paul, conf. d: 20 S Gth after Pentecost, S. Jerome Emilian...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. LETTER OF HIS GRACE THE LORD PRIMATE TO THE CATHOLIC CLERGY OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ARMAGH. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

: igfcifsiatftical Snteiligrnre.' LETTER .01? HIS GRACE THE LORD PRI MATE TO THE CATHOLIC CLERGY OF THE , ARCHDIOCESE OF ARMAGH. - . (From' the Tablet.) ? (Continued from our last.) '? Et in sapientia religio, et in reugione sapientia est.' — Lact. Div. Inst , 1. 4, c. 3. QUESTION OF THE aUEEN'S COW..EGES — DKClSIOJf OK THE PRELATES. ' ._ ;. _; So far for your duties in your respective districts You will now. perhaps, expect that I should say a i'ew words on another subject, which lias lately much occupied the public mind, and what is. of deep interest to the Catholics of every part of Ireland: I mean the Queen's Colleges. I will endeavour to satisfy your just expectations., a'nxio.us as I am that we should he all of one mind. But in the observations which we are about to offer, it is not our intention to detract, in any degree, from the merit of the distinguished statesman with whom the College project originated. They intended, no doubt, to confer a boon on Ireland, to provide for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

CATHOLIC BOOKS. A FKW Copies of the following Books j\ are on S»le at. the Office of the ' Foreman's Journal.' 70, Casliereagh-street. Doway Bible and Testament I If eve's History of the Bil-h Missals. Vesperais, and Complines Life of Christ, by Sr. Bonaventure Cfidlloner's Meditations Millner'a End of Controvorsy Poor Man's Cattchism Think Wei! On't Manual of Devotion Strangers' Guide to Mass Catholic Child's Prater Book Andrew Dunn The Wanderings of the Human Mind, by Rev. J. McEncroe The Testimony of Antiquity to the Supremacy of the Holy See, by 11. K, Sconce, B. A., Oxon The E,ules of the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin Devotions for tho Souls in Purgatory The Practice of the Living Rosiry Bell's Dictionary of all Religion C'obbett's History of the Reformation Britfain's Divinity of Christ Dr. Ullalhorne's New South Wales f ia Crucis tho Way of the Cross Catechism extracted from the Writings of Martin Lulher The Garden of the Soul Catholic Piety The Stations of tho Cross An...

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Ireland. PROSPERITY TO IRELAND! [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

Srelanlr. PROSPERITY TO IRELAND ! 'For myself, individually, permit me only to add, that, knowing, as I do, how boundless are the resources of this country — feeling confident, as I j do, in its future destiny— I can with truth say, j that, whether in or out of office, my humble en- i deavour will be to serve Ireland; and the object' nearest my heart, will be her welfare and prospe rity.'' — Lord C'arendon, at the Dublin Mai/oral Banquet, Jan. 21, 1851.

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THE ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM IN SALFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

THE ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM IN SALF01U). (From the Tablet.) His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. M'Hale preached two sermons in the Cathedral of St. John ths Evangelist, Salford. Nothing could equal the anxiety of his adminnir countrymen, or the interest the Protestants oi Manchester and Salford manifested to see ami hear the great man whose name is enshrined m the heart of every good Catholic, and dreaded by every enemy of that Church, tor wiiusb «™»- and independance he is such a noble champion and whose exertions on her behalf have procure' for him a world-wide fame. , The day was most unfavourable. Ram, siimr, and sloet continued in unbroken succession irom an earlv hour in the morning tiil late in the nignt, and yet, within the walls of the noble cathediai was never seen so crowded and respectable a congregation as on this occasion. . . Protestants of every denomination, including the worthy Mayor of Manchester, came monimfe and evening to hear his grace. , The subject of the morning sermon ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

£Winug fiitteltfgttUtt* ARRIVAL1?. June 26. — rwo Friends, brig, 207 tons, Captain Farmer, from Singapore the 12th April, and Java Head the 20th May. June 26. — Emma, brig, 139 tons, Captain Pockley, from Hobart Town the 22nd instant. June 26.— William, brig, 121 tons, Captain Coffey, from Launceston the 23rd inst. June 26. — Mary Jane, schooner, 82 tons, Captain Gourlay, from Geelong the 23rd inst. June 26. — Sarah, brig, 130 tons, Captain Grant, from Kawau the 2nd inst. June 26. — Vixen, schooner, 126 tons, Captain M'Kinlay, from Launceston the 22nd inst. June 26'.— -H.M. steamer Acheron, Captain Stokes, from a coasting voyage. June 27. - Packet, schooner, 182 tons, Captaia Thompson, from Auckland the 28th May. June 27. — Ruby, barque, 443 tons, Captain Ellerby, from Manila the 1st April. June 2.0. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, from Launceston the 22nd, Melbourne the 25th, and Twofold Bay the 28th inst. June 29.— Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Warner, from Mor...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and coanmnnioations to -the -Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is neceftary that the writers of all commnnioa* tions should; furnish -the -Editors with their .--real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it i3 requisite as a guarantee of their being, fjeauir.e.

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