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

DBAT! OP ''IE EARL or BESSBOROUOl. -This venerable nobleian' died on Saturday, at the seat of his second son Lord de Mauley. at Cranford House, in Dorsetsfire, where his lordship bad Arrived from his house q9 Brigh4ton, and syea under theo prevalent infullupoza, at the advanced pge f eighty~six. His lordship is succedod in ma titles and estates by hle yldPt pp;', Viscount Pucianaou.

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

Wora Fon ianPoLe.Cs.-The Mail of last night pablishes the following letter from a Derry cor. respondent, which amusingly details one conve nience of the arms bill,'viz, that it will be the mneans of giving the constabulary something to do!. '* Ship quay.street, January 1, 1844. 0Our arms registry-for this part of the county took place at Newtownlilmavaday on the 28th and 29th. The number of gone registered was, I under. stand; six thousand two hundred. "All went off smoothly so far; but now comes the fun; the 'police`are unable to stamp or engrave more* than abshoutl thirty stand in the day, being at the rate of iass than noine hundred in' a month, allowing for Sundays; and thus, supposing that the police had no other duties to attend to, following out the cal. culations according to Cocker, it would appear that at the Newtown sessionsralone, work in the en graving line: hii beeun ut' ot fornearly seven good months from its commencement. The lower and far mere populous districts of ...

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

CAPTURE OF Gtol S.-This ruffian whom, it will be recollected, escaped some short time since irom Woolloomoolloo Goal, wascaptured on Friday night, after a desperate struggle and assault be. tween him and the constables who took him into custody. Between nine and ten o'clock on that night, as constable Lowe was proceeding on his " beat" through Sussex street, he noticed a suspi. clous looking person with a bundle in his hand, and immediately went up to him, and called upon him to give an account of himself. This the fellow at first refused to do s but on perceiving that the con. stable was determined on ascertaining his real character, he agreed to accompany him to the station house, and there render any information desired. With this apparent intention he walked alongside the constable (who, in order to make ' assurance doubly sure." held the prisoner by the collar of his coat) as far as the corner of York. street, where they were joined by another constable (Cunningham) who assiste...

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MR. O'CONNELL IN "THE HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

MR. O'OONNLL IN "THTII HOUSE." The reception of O'Connell in the English House of Corpmnus, upon Thursday, is his punlshment to the government whichl accused and the jury which convicted him. There, in the placo whore his opponents are most powerful-there, where his most desperate battles have betn fought with the oppressors of his country-thare, where he has been assailed with "beastly bellowing" by the bretish portion of young England- lthere, where his appealS have been disregarded. his remonstrances scorned, and his throats derided-there, he has had his ven* geance of his prosecutors. Human nature rose beyond prejudiceu, and honest manlinesls soknow. lodged and upheld persecuted justice againtt vongeance-teeking power. Yes I O'Connetl's triutoph en that night was a proud one. Proud for his country as well as for hIimsaelf. It proves that patriotism will wrinog approbation even from oppo. nents, and that integrity of purpose will be always honoured with the -approbation of thejus...

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IRISH AND ENGLISH NEWS. DEPARTURE OF THE LIBERATOR FOR PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

IRISH AND ENGLISH NEWS. -0 DEPARTURE OF THE LIBERATOR FOR PAR LItIRENT.1 It having been generally rumoured on Tuesday evening that the Liberator intended to proceed to London by the late packet, the trains to Kingstown were greatly crowded so early as sit o'clock, and every succeeding one up to the eight o'clock train was entirely filled. At eight o'clock, in the oeigh bourhood of Westland Row, immense numbers of people assembled, and at about 20 minutes past that hour the cheers of the multitude announced the arrival of the Liberator at the station. By tlhis time every seat was occupied, and be departed amidst the most deafening cheering. On the arrival of the train at Kingstown the scene was moat mag. nificent. As thre train approached the terminus the glare of light from a thousand fambeaus, and tihe cheering of the congregated thousaands, had a inost enlivening effect. The Kingstown hand was in attendance, and on thire train doming up, played "See tire conquering holo cornea." A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

MARRIED, On Sunday, the 23rd instant, by special license at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. Nicholas Coffey, George Ferrers Picker- ing, Esq., of Sydney, to Ellen Mary, only daughter of the late Eyre Ellis, Esq., Lieutenant in H. M. 62nd regiment, and Captain of the Mounted Police, County Meath, Ireland.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

.DEPAITUItLB. Jura -23.-Por Launceston, the brig Calypso, Harrold, with sundries. Passengers - Mrs. Wright and two children, Mr.- U. Brantana, and Mr. 1'. Burgess. 25.- For Adelaide via Port Phillip, the schooner Hawk, Brown, with sundries. Pas. sengers-Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland and son, Mrs. Brown and child. Mrs. Latham, Mrs. Aitcheson and child, Mosesrs. Macrae, Levi, Hayes, Garrett, Power, Adaws, Uregg, Baker. Tas " GasonosrTown."-The arrival of this vessel on Saturday was unexpected. her name not having been published in any of-the London papers as beinuglaid on for this port. It appears that she is the second of the Post Offco Puokets, havlug taken the place of the Superior, whtch vessel had been taken off the .borth. ThIe Georgetown has made the passage out in 122 days, and in ull pro. bability, had sheo not broken one of her piunmps, which compelled her to put into the Cape of Good Hops, not more than 00 days would have elapsed from the time of her leaving England. The mail by he...

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TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REVEREND F. MURPHY, V. G, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REVEREND F. MURPI'Y, V. 0, -o Our want of space obliged us on a previous cc. casion to give but .a very _meagre outline of the meeting of the friends and admirers of the Very Rev. F. Murphy, Vicar General, which took place on the eventingof Tuesday, June 4, in St. Patrick's Church, for the purpose of .presenting him with a suitable testimonial of their respect and gratitude, prior to his departure for South Australia, to the Bee of which he is about to be elevated. We feel much pleasure now, however, in compliance with the urgent wishes of the reverend gentleman's friends in publishing the followiqg full report of the meeting, at which John Hubert Plunkett, Esq., A ttornoy General, presided, P. Hlarnett, Esq., Colonial Surgeon, acted as Treasurer, and Adam Wilson,Esq., as Secretary. The CaAstrasAN thanked the meetling for the honor conferred on him in calling him to-the chair, for he regarded it as a high honor to preside on suchl an occasion. They were alrea...

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THE IRISH STATE TRIALS. TWENTY-FIFTY DAY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

THE IRIS II BTATE TRIALS. -o SLrrom th Tmnes.] TWLNTY.YIFTH DAY-MONDAY. SAta few minutes before nine the Court of Qaeen's Bench, wasn much crowded, the principal gallery being thronged as usual, and the outer bar Alled with gentlemen in their wigs and gowns. Mir. O'Cononell and the other traversers were present before the appointed hour, and ,there was a full attendance of the counsel and agenta for the defence, Mr. O'Connell was accompanioed by 5Mr. Smith O'Britn, M,.P. The. otiers of the crown asembiod bqfore the judges, M1r, Justico Perrin was absenit. Judge Crampton stated. what had oc*. curriid on Saturday 'night, and presented issues which he had drawnO'up for the jury. On the return of their paper, Mr. Henn objected that John Jason Rigby had been sworn and acted as John Rigby. The court took a note. The traversers and the jury were then called and- delivered their verdict. TuB, ISSUe. Gentlemen-Your Tissue is to try and enquire whether DanielO'Coonell, John O'Connell, Thomas ...

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

$itleo lui Iurlttol1: GOOD INVEISTMENT.. EIGHTY SHARES IN THE' GENERAL. ASSURANCE COMPANY, (,£6 acti,) IWith all the Dividenrts accruing from the 1st August, 1843. M R. STUBBS is instricted to Sell by Publio Auction, on S SATURDAY NEXT, THE 29rsoH JUNK, At Twelve o'clock precisely, ot the Matt, King street, The undermentioned shares in the General .Assutance Company, vi : Lot 1. Ten Shares, £6 eacb,-with dividend Lot 2. Ten ditto, £6 each, ditto Lot 3. Ten ditto, £6 each, ditto Lot 4. 'T'en ditto, £6 each, ditto Lot 56. Ten ditto, £6 each, ditto Lot 6. Ten ditio, i'6 each, ditto Lot 7. Ten ditto, £6 each, ditto Lot'. Ten ditto, £6 each, ditto Tawats-Twentyfive per cent. cash deposit, and the residue to be paid on the transfer of the shares. 784 ALVANLEY LODGE, BOURtKE-.SI'REET, SURRY HILLS. (,By order of the Trustes and Mortgagee) As represented in the Indenture of Release and M]ortgage, made between Henry Mlacdermott, Eaq.; cf the first part, the late Dr. Smith, of the second part,...

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FRENCH OPINION OF THE IRISH STATE TRIALS. Paris, Feb. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

FRENOU OPINION OF TRHE IRISH STATE TRIaLS. Paris, Feb, 10. [The following is an extract from a letter written by a French gentleman, who is iotimately ac quainted, from extensive travel, with the social condition of several European states and the domi nlons of Turkey in the East. He has peculiar facilities of acquiring informatlon at that fountain head of all foreign intelligence-the French capital -and we trust we shall be able to occasionally to present our readers with his interesting communi cationa.] The monster prosecution against O'Connell must now be drawing to a close. The charge made by the Attorney General has been all submitted to a jury, not of twelve men, but to the countless mil. lions-of civilized. Europe who takI n deep interest in. the affairs of Ireland, and sympathise with her Catholic people, and whatever the vprdict of the twelve may be, the verdict of the millions will not only be acquittal, but praise-upiversal praise-to the man of peace, to the friend of li...

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JUDGE BURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 26 June 1844

JUDGE BURTON. WE really regret the being again. dragged forth into the nrena,'and obliged in self defence to refer to the learned and eminent ,parson whose name heaids this article. We need hardly repeat, that our sole and only motive to mention the honorable judge's name at all, was to record the opi nions of a considerable portion of her Majesty's subjects in this colony, with respect to the honor of a public dinner to be given to the learned judge, at which our viceroy is to preside. This is no ordinary honor, nor is the object of it an ordinary man, nor an ordi nary judge-he is a judge who has done more than preside in courts of justice, like other judges, on trials of right between man and man. He wants to be a school master also-lie wishes to shine in polemics -lie "commiserates on more accounts than one, the worshippers of a coNsE CRATED VWAiER" (what a pity hlie did not explain in what this dual or plural incen tive to his sympathy consistcd)-he wants to shine as a gospel DB...

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THE "QUEEN" OF TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

THE "QUEEN" OF TAHITI. - THE Sydney Herald of yesterday, has thought fit, in speaking of the personage whose title heads this article, to assail us in a style rather new to us, whatever it may be to the Herald. The Chronicle is de signated as a mendacious slanderer. This is the first time such language has been applied to us, and we throw it ltck with disdain to its author !-it belongs 'not to us -we are not in the habit (as certain pub. lie instructors are) of living partly by slander. We shid, that that semi-barbarous aborigine called Pomar6, whom the Herald calls Queen of Tahiti, has the repute of being of a most immoral and depraved character-we heard it at the Bay of Is lands from a gentleman who had been there, and got it as common fame. Un willing to publish it on the authority of one, we refrained, until we learned fkom a person of veracity, who had it: from the purser of H. M. S. Favorite, that she was a woman dead to shame. Therefore, we heed not the liHerald's insolence: ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

DEPAWRTUREB. JONu 25.-For Moreton Bay, the schooner William, Freeman, with a general cargo. P.s sengers-Mr. bl'Corey and Miss Carrel. Taxn " IlorAL SAxon.O--This vessel has made one of the quickest passages of the season, only 99 days having elapsed since her"leaving Cork, but her English news does not extend to so late a date as that per the Briton. The emigrants and vessel have a cleanly appearance, and they all seem highly pleased with the treatment received on board ; there are 50 single females, 20 unmarried men, 71 children; and 24 married persons. Five infants have Adied during the voyage, but not from any contagioua disease. 'l'a " Btl.rrow."-Thli vessel brings 208 bounty emigrants, after a fine run of 102 days,, during chieh time only seven deaths occurred, six children and one adult. Shortly after leaving Liverpool the measles broke outamong the infants, but,no deaths occurred in consequence, the last case having been cured on the 16th of April. 'lhe emigrants consist of. ...

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A PICTURE OF LANDLORD AND TENANT IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

A PICTURE OF LANDLORD AND " TENANT IN IRE. LAND. A writer in the Morning Chronicle who signs himself "one who hos .whistled at the plough,". now an a tour through this country, gives the fol lowing description of Irish Landlords and their serfs e "Everywhere in Ireland, so far as I have yet seen, the land is comparatively profitless, for the want of labour. And I find, in talking with the small tenantry, particularly about Kilkenny, that they are not agnorant of this fact; but even where they have the knowledge, and have in their own families a sufficiency of labourers, they choose to let their land assume an appearance of poverty which it should never wear. They have no security of tenure, and sad experience tells them that to enrich the soil is to invite an ejectment.-Many of them in that country have leases, but even a lease in Irelund is no security. .& landlord has only to make a profession of a wish to exchange a Catholic tenantry fur Protestants. and, under cover of s...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

tiGLISn SHIPPtING The barque Fama, Bonnet, hence, 21st August, via Rio Janeiro, arrived at Gravesend on the lth March. and was to be laid on the berth again for Sydney. The Lloyds was to leave London for Sydney on the 16th March. The London cleared outwards in London for Hobart Town and Lombock on the 13th March. The St. George, Sughrue, from Callao, was off Falmouth on the 9th March. The Dale Park, 401 tons, Snell, will leave the London Docks this woek with a second portion of emigrants, for Port Phillip, calling at Cork on the 31st instant. The St. Vincent, 600 tons, Young, isfitting out in the London Docks for emigran's, and is entered to sail on the 27th March for New South WVales, calling at Cork on the 16th of April. The Lord Wlilliam Bentinck, .444 tons, Saint. hill, is expected to sail from the London Docks on the 9thof April, with emigrants, for Port Phillip, touching at Cork on the 28th of April, or as near as possible about that period. ,sme mmmu m...mn.ee m??-

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

TBURSDAY. The Council met at the usual hour. PETITIONS. Mr. RoBINmso and Mr. Loap presented two pe. titions; the frst from the Stockholders of Yass, the other from the Stockholders of Bathurst, against the Land Regulations. They were ordered to be referred to the Committee on'Land grievances. OHe UOo TEMPORALITII S AqrT, The COLONIAL TRBAURasa presented several pe. titlons against the Repeal of the Church -Tempora. lities Act, COMMISSIONER OP OROWN LANDS. Dr. LieA gave notice tlhat on Wednesday next he would move for certain correspondenoe between the Colonial Secretary and one of the Commissioners of Crown Lands for Port Phillip, respecting certain complaints against that officer. The COLONIAL SECaaTAYr said, that no such correspondence had reached his office. S DISTRICTS COUNZIES. The COLONIAL SNacstoAry laid upon the table, copies of'the correspondence between the Governor and the Secretary of State, respecting the establisl. meats of district councils and other corporate bodies ...

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

W~DN.SDAY, JUNE 2). The SIzsazmL Itouk the chaIs at the usual hur. The COLONIAL S.onRBTARY laid upon thb table the concluding pr lon of tho address respeating the Savings Bunk. COUSTOMS LAWS. Mr. Private Secretary Parker presented a milasrge from the Governor, for the amondmont ol the Cus toms Laws. The COLONIAL SxoOarAeY moved that the mes. sage be entered on the minutes, and taken- into consiaderation on, Friday.(yesterday).. BOHRDULI B. APPIOPrIATION. Anoer+ message was presented, enclosing a statement of the asum intended to be appropriated to' the various public departments for the present year. The message was ordered to be entered on the minutes. ABOIGrrr 1s. Mr. WIurnaDw gave notice of his intention to move on Friday neat (yesterday) for.the correspon. deace relatiugto the admission of Jemmy N` rang into the Bathurst hospital, to be printed, HAWelRSi AND PEDLARIS.j Mr. WansWOeT-r gave notice'thit he bwould on Thursday, move for leave to bring in a bill for the amendment of t...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

COLONIAL .WHALERS AT SEA,' WITHL THEIR LAST REPORTS.?,:. Australian, Wiles, sailed 14th June, 1843; spoken - in December, with 600. barrels. sperm; Cooper :-and HIolt, owners., . British Sovereign, Cooper, isiled 'Nov 6, `1843, spoken ]April 24th, with 250' barrels sperm, -and 60_barrels.. blackoili;' Lib and 'Parbury, owners. Bright Planet, Kyle, saled'. March 20th, 1844; M?Mitchell. and others, onerq.. ....... Caroline, Hunter,'siled7th August 1842;' at Manui '25th October, with 6530 barrels sperm; Walker and Co.,Iowners. Clarkstoe,,' Stewart, sailed 18th September, 1843; spoken' Oth of June, with 900 barrels sperm .H. Moore, owner. - " .- " s~ Caerneron, -Irvine,. sailed 22nd August, 1842; cruising off Norfolk Island, May 5, with 600 . barrels sperm , Irvine, owner...: . Clarence, Carroll,.ssiled .25th.. February,1844 ; off the heads of Port Jackson Mlay 14, with 90 bar. rels spermn;. Cole, owner. Edward, Tallsn, sailed May lst, 1844; Boyd and ,Co.,.ownere, sailed' .nd Fame, Serg...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 June 1844

-0 .[cosnlajol r ,U;P TO LAST E(VBN t jo. FLOUR, WIREAT, &o. £ a. d. . s.. d.. Flour (ne), 1001bs . ..... 0 11 0 to 0 12O 0 Dict (seconds)a ditto .... 0 0 .. 0 10. 0 Brad.~s'2bloall.... ....,... 0 0 3 .. 0 0' 0' Biscuit t(neh.o cwt. .... .* 0`0 0 . '1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto ...... 0 0 .. 0 16 0 Wheat,.olonial, ?' bushel . .... 0 S 6 .. 0 4 0 DItto, V. D. Land, ditto .... 0.. 4 0 ..60 4 3 Malze,ditto(wholesale) ... .... 0 1 2 .. 0 1 3 Ditto, ditto (retail).... .... .... 0 1 6 .. 0 1 0 Bran, ' bushel ........ .... 0 0 0 .. 0 .0 10 Barley,ditto.... .... ... .... 0 0 0 .. 0,U 0 Ditto,Cape,dltto .... ..... .... 0 0 ... 0 0 0 Oats, Jbushe (wholesale) .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, ditto(retail).... .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 2 4 Hay,i 'ton.... .... .. .... 3 3 0 .. 4 0 0 Ditto(retall), owt. ........ 0 2 9 ,,. 0 4 0 Wheat Straw, i ton .... .... 1 10 0 .. 1 13 0 Fodder.perdozen .... .... .... 0 0 7 .. 0 0 9 Grass (wholese), p dozen bundles 0 0 6 .. 0 0 7 Beddlng, perload ........ .... 0 3 ...

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