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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

DEPARTUR S.. JULY L11.-For London, tho barque.Achilles; Voale, with colonial produce. Passengere-Mr. Goodwin. 'Mr. :Lawes, Mrs. Garrett, Mr. John Banbury, Mr. Olsilvey, William Barnett, and two children, John Ornmtoad, Thomas Dean and child, George Stephenson, Mr. Horry, and 49 Oanadiah emanclpihts . ;11:-For Akaroa, New Zealand, the schooner 'Vanguard. Pilford, with'flour, &c. ' Passengers Mr. W. Donald, Mr. Thomas Myles, Mr, Josiah Dickson, and Mlrs; at bliss Cooper . - _

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Supreme Criminal Court. THURSDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

. . .. ?iT ,+ . T , . J -. Before Mr. JusIIo ia isii and a Tomnmon' UT?551N0a ' ioam O!D3UC Thbms Browns p1 Sydney, iborer waui placed at ihe bar on a charge of hing, on the 28th of May last, uttered , for ged order for £7 IS.. pur., porting to be dri?n by Jobn Perkins upon Messrs. .Brell!at and Co., in, favour of Thooas Grey. The case was fully proved, and the jury found the pri saner guilty, who wis, sentenced to be transporled for life, with an Inltimation that , mitigation of the punishment to fourteei n yeare, would be recom. PralaroO sap coIN. . John Slnderion. wasl acq!itted of uttlerng 'a., epunterfelt shilling to. one Helen? Steward, on the 80th Miay last, ??, , .: : WOagaT.e Jeremiah Donnelly was indletd' fqp h lving on the 14th.FebrSfary las foirgld a certain warrant or. order for Ihe deliyery of goojs, piurporaing to be an, ,order for the delivery of three kegs, of tobacco,. warehoused by Messrs.,W. Hirst, pnd Co., with intent to defraud IHr Majesty the Qub e ls everal: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

AGEJNTS.FP1i THBTt 9HRPOu JiL .I SGlodulburo, Mr. Care ne£ .:..:a: : : 1'Lmbnceston, Diu"J, W: Ht a : :" IJcrrkie, bMr. RI. WMaahpoq% Pati@ý.ggt`MK J i~j.ýlliYg6ý' Pgimtd;A(, P. CardifL Wollongong, Mr. Thorn Fowlek Bathurgt, 1Yr T'G `Jd4&e' T'ffqbaiTopn, Mr. Jo gigaro'".,",,' .e. i Ma Ia. d, Mr: Ufwk1aey Pmnritb. Mr. Jacel sf4 uCarthy, ýIsº{qa`ilq; blrr .HHrpue~?~,,,,ý »It,, Bungs 1,4; ir 1dw14d Hughe1 .a, ,; , cr^,a WqIpombii Nri, Michael Byrn@' rsJltedaq4 jnina United.KingdI~n.dPLS;s Mr.klJflO, (3 V;:Paternudtei'-rows LIondon, A Fr rMj W .`J :J atteraby, 6, liuexbridge, Pauli. 'a;.k dj a PduAdod PubIIsbaJ br'Iio MEGdi st}1 ei a ut

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

* WgtstlIattib toiunctl. .WED.?ESDAY, .tULY 0. The council mCet atthee pinal hour. i3~8t"afsti IGINBli. The CoLoniAL Ssar?ArinT laid upon the table the returns moved; for' ly 6"r Thomas .Mitchell, .C., with' iespi'dt to. the number of white men killed 'bj the aborigines, and the number of the latter killi&l by white men, fro? which it appeared that since ?th settlement of 'the district of Port Phillip 40 whites'hd been killed by the aborigines. and 113'bhacks by i:? b le men: A letter from 'thie saplerint?ndent of Port Phillip acceomranicd these sittres; stating that they should not Ie looked upon as correct as to the nutmber of the aborigiies killed, in consequence of the difiulty that existed as to arriviug at a correct estimate on that subject. PASTORAL REGULATIONS. - Mr. Wirene?ra 'presented two pettioni~-one from the inhabitants of "Muswellbrobk ::and the adjacent district, thb otherfronm Merton, against the recent land reauletlones. ' ° They were ordered to le referred...

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TO THE ANTI-LEAGUE AND THE ANTI-CORN-LAW-LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

TO THE ANTILEAGUE AND THE ANTI-CORNI.LAW. S LEAGUE, PUNcn,, in his ,ansiety for the protection of British Agriculture, will be, happy to, supply the Anti-League and the Anti.Corn.Law Leagte 'with articles, of which the following is a' specimen. - To save trouble and expense' it-is proposed, that lbolead of. being stitched into: the. Mgasine, according 'to the general practice, the articles: should kbe 'taken direct from.the-printing office to the-butter shops. There isno reason why there should be any' middle classabetween the authors and the waste paper dealers, for it is better that the writings- should attain- their end with -as little delay, as possible., Punch will supply the following .by the 'ream; quire, or sheet, to any.amount that may be wished for. ' PROTECTION: 10 INDUSTarY The British Lion is at. length roused, and has shaken his mane, while the British Bull.dog wags his home-grown tail with responsive sympathy.: The farmer who has long been trembling in his homely heal...

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MADAME POMARE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

MADAME POMARE. WE give insertion, to the following letter, first, as a favor to the writers,. who pro bably wish not to liide thi.' chivalrous piety under a bushel ; and secondly, to exhibit some of our editorial diflieculties. If an editor does not call things by their right namnes, some willl blagnh lum, and justly; if' ho does, others. in wrath cry out, stop my paperl Howevor, we bog'to assure our readers, that no number of angry resignations shall prevent us from telling what we believe to be truth. If that canot sust.aip the Chro. nicl, it ought' to fall-? To the Editor of the JMornmng Chronicle. 'Sir-"We requiai s'yo to diacntinue hPending au. the paper afterlihe espiratiou of tt: Iglent quailstr. We do so to.mark the sence* of displease' In whlch we' hold your. unwrrantable conduct in landering the private character of the Queen of Tahiti. We ire, sir, your obedient serrants, DAVID JONES & CO. Oeorge.atreet; Sydney, June 27, 1814. * slopo sietuplart.

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Insolvency Proceedings. THURSDAY, JULY 11. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

In@olbcne tPsocetiebinf. THUBSDAY, JULY 11. P 0F01 OI OLAI8, L In the estate of Walter Stewart, an adjourned `special meeting was held, and one claim proved.

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PRESENT ASPECT OF AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

PRESENT ASPiOT OF AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND. The successful-idustry of-England, with its pie. thoric wealth, has as yet made;nobody rich y; i ie ani enchanted wealth, and belongs yet to nobody.' --We might 'ask,' whichli of ue has i t enrlclteod W ' o can spend thouands wherq. onc wq spuigt higndreds, but can purchiae nothing good,w.ih,thenm. In.poeo and rich, instead of noble tihif?iand plenty, there is idle. luxury alternating.with mqan snatcity and inabilit?. We have aumpttwous girniturte for our life, but ?ive. torgotten ;to live n ithe' ?iddl. oif'tlen;,' 1 It is an enchqntq?l wealth in nQ m~q of us qae yet toCh lit. The class of men who feel illihat ihey r trtuly bettprl off by means of it, let thn itgiveo us their ,inames. Many men oeat Jlner cookery, drink dearer liquorsi with advantage they aon report,.and their doaoetos cans but in the heart of theim, if wo goonlitof the dyspeptic stoiach, what idei?eaae of blesledaeis is there p Are they better, more bonutiful, stronger,. braver...

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THE PARDONED CANADIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

THE- PARDONED CANADIANB? ALritovout oii' space is limited we cannot decline the- insertion of the following two leitters 'frosii' oie'of those"' `' S gVllla.Hernpdens, that with daountless bret , . '.The titl tyrant of Utheir felds withstood.' t wodild. lie udnjust to the'persons addressed, noless' than to the. writer, to withhold such a testimoniy of grStitude ,on, the one side, and' of iuianiiinty oi the other, towards those poor friendless -trangers, who, we trust, will find their' beloved 'cou?try 'ion their 'return; in tranquillity. and; peace. What a' melancholy case it is, that rulers so frequeritly drive min'by foul play aird oppressionl' into acts of insuboidinatioi; and so seldom (alas never ) 'relax'the iron _rule' of tyranny, until compelled to it'by the. impossibility' of persevering .longer in the wrong! "Witness'Ireland, whose petitions, 'complaints; and moans; were unheeded lau'ghed to scorn, 'till the tremendous moral power that resides in' eight millions of de term...

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TO MR. AND MRS. MEILLON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

TO Hit. AND MRS. MSILLON. Penetrated with sentiments of the -most lively gratitude for all the'kindneis and attention, which you have so often overabounded men with ino your truly hospltable house; I 'am.'at this moment in want of espreuionssfor so'mlany favou:s. The supreme Disposer of all events, 'is tbe frst witness of! all those: noble actios,' whih :ciiiaot remain unrewarded, I shall makie t a dut'of 'mine to, invoke him i? my daily prayers, to prolong your days, to bless your family,'asid to 'wateb o'iyour prosperity f this is the only .beas' "left'o "'ie pro. sently, todare to liquids'e with yoi inich a bhonouiet able debt, by, an everlastiong remembrance of it, Being about topart with you, permit me to bid you a sincere farewgell, sond to believe me to be for life, Your most hbumble and respectful servanu, J. B. BOUSQUET. Sydney, July 6, 1841.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JULY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JULY, 1844. g 14 | VII. after Pentecost, St. Bonaventure, blhop and SI doctor, double M. 15 St. Henry, confessor semldouble T. 0 B. V. Mary, V. of Mount Carmel, double maior; W. 17 St. Alexius, confessor, double T. 18 St. Camillus of Lellis, confessor, double P.. 119 St. Vincent of Paul, confessor, double 8. 20 St. Jerom Emilienus. confessor, double 3. 21 VIII. after PenL, do an, semidouble M. 22 St. Mary 3logdalen, double T. 23 St. Apollinaris, bishop and martyr, double W. 24 Vigil of St. James, de ca T. 25 St. James, apostle, double F. 28 St. Anne, double major S. 97 Of the B. V. M. In bab. 8. 28 IX, after Pentecost, de c, semildouole M. 92 St. Martha, virgin, semidouble T. 30. St. Nazarius and companions, martyrs (Ith August) .semidouble W. 31 St. gonatius, confessor, double

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

SnIRt-On the subject of Mr. Burton's, Imberality of sentiments on religious matters, may I-be per. mitted to ask a question which has suggested itself to me, an answer to which may show theb good feeling of that gentleman to Roman Catholirewbilst he was judge here. How many Roman Catholics have spplied to be allowed to enter into articles of" clerkship wi:i attorneys, and how'many have been allowed to do so since;the publication of the tenooth Role of Court which inmy humble opinion, from its very wording means no more nor less than thiss?. Before any body shall be allowed to be articled to an attorney, ihe must be approved of by the judges, or in other words, he must be a true blue. Since.the rule referred to :has been published. two Roman Catholics applied to be admitted, and both wereteiected, it is said,through Mr.; Burton's instre. mentality. But one of these was a stubborn Irish-' man, who would not be crowed down by Mr. Burton, and be plainly told that best of men and of judg...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

BIRTH.   At Chippendale, on the 8th instant, Mrs. John Willoughby, of twin sons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

R.EP.. L...... .. f: THE usual. PUBLIC MEETING 'will . be held at Mr.- Richard Celalea',- Union Inn, Kent.street, on Monday Evening, the 16th instant. "The time is arrived when that man is a recreant as an Irishman who does not come forward to espress his opinion in favour of the nationality of Ireland.'--Hiaoreble Cot. Csusield. " : P. H. MULHOLLAND, . l :i:MU Secretary. SCHOOOL OF AKT.S.,,;ý LECTURES-SEASON 18lt. h M R. S. P. HILL will deliver the con. cluding Lecture on Oratory, in the Theatre of the Institution, on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, July 16:h, at half.past 7 o'clock. Non-members will. be admitted on the payment of sixpence each. Sy order of the Committee. J. S. DUER," 819 .:; - Secretariy. DAGU.BERREOTY PE.,. ,14, HUNTER-STREET, Immediately. opposite te. Storesr qf Messrs. S Flowery Salting, and Co. MR. ,G. B. GOODMAN begs to ap prise the public, that the' Dagadrabitype "Buiiding.at the rear of his residence, 49, Hunter. ,treet, being completed, is now open to the public. The...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

vUtev JatgEplla'rI I-0 1' o100.aaea;eD Uj TO 045? BVItNIKO.J FLOUr1, WHRAT, S o. A· . d. '. a. A. Flour(lne), 001ba .... .,, 0 11:0 to 0 19.0 Dltto (econds), ditto .... ...;, 0 90 0 .. 0 1,0 0 Bread,j~'bloeft.r.* ...* 0*** 0 8 .. O 0 00 lsodit(tlnej,p 'owl. ;,. . .. ,, 0o0 o .. ~ 0 Ditto (seoond), ditto 0 0.... ... 0 0 0 16 0 Wheait, ColonIali, busheal .... 0 3 9 . 0'4 '3 Dito, V. D. Land, c1uo .... , 0o 4 0o .. 0 4 , Malze, dito(wboleele) ... ....0 I 2 .. 0 1 3 Ditto; d(lto (retr l ... ... .. o 1 ... 0 ;1 0 uran, 'P bus?el... ...- .,'.` 0 0' 0.. 0 10 Barley, ditto.. ... .... ;,..01 0 '..? 40 0" Ditto, cape, altto .... ., ;..::.0 Qo .. 0. 0 0 Olat, b.shel(wlaolesple) .... 0 0 0 .., Q0 0 u Ditto, dio(r.au);.....,.,. ..., ,o .o 0, oa 4 ay,.l tou.... .... .. ., : 0 0 ". 4 0 0 Dito(r?itaUl),ow't .... 0... 0; ? . ; 0 whesat traw, 4 ton :.,. I.. o:.. }b 1 0 aodder,perdozeu .... '... .,...+0;'0 7.: ., 0?0-.0 Grass (wholeste* doz n bun?,les 00 . 6 ., 0 9, pddig,per load .. 0...0. .... o o 9...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

THE IORNING CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1844. i Be jutt aud fear not: Let ull he ends thou alm't at be thy countr', ~Trhyod's, udlumhs." B.hakepesara. EDUCATION. "MR. CARMICHAEL'S INTRO DUCTORY. LECTURE. Ma. CARMICHAEL has obliged us with a copy of his introductory lecture on Educa 'tion, on which, froni the' prominent place the question occupies in the public mind, as well as its extreme importance,' and :the ability and talent of the lecturer, it becomes necessary to say a few words. 'Notwithstanding that the style of Mr. Carmidhael's lecture is laboriously ornate in many parts-a sort of- poetical prose, we' yettconsider it to be in bad. taste,. (though he no doubt thinks it a perfection) to at tempt -on a subject, which-perhaps,. more than any other which can engage the mind of the philosopher, statesman, or christian iPstor, requires a calm,, deliberate; 'and u.nbiassed judgment, to dazzle the .imagina tion' with tropes and metaphors, and through .the impulse of the imaginatio...

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DR. LANG AND THE OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

DR. LANG AND THE OBSERSVJR. WaE received two or three days bdck, the following letter from Dr.1 Lang, which, con sidering it to be a private one, we neither intended to publish, nor yet to allude to: but he having put it forth himself, we are at liberty to give it from the Observer : To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. 'ITHn Rev. Dr. LANO presents his compliments to the Editor of the Morning Chronicle, and begs to inform him that he has been given to understand that a very vituperative article has been published upon himself in Lthe last number of that paper . which, it appears, was trittin un'der the Idea that he was the writer of an article on the State of Ireland, published in the last number of the Colo. nial Observer, and containing severe animadver. sione on tihe conduct of Mr. O'Connell and the agitation for Repeal. Dr. L. begs to state how ever, that so far fruit having written that article, he never either saw It or heard of it before its pub lication, and having been u...

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THURSDAY, JULY 11. PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

THURSDAY, JULYII. Ruth Leslie was acquluted of the charge of having, .on the 19th of March last, falsely asd maliciously .acesued one Stephe Dark of having abused and threatened her,, by preferring an information upon her oath to that effect before H. H: Browne, Esq., ,J. P. for Sydney. Andrew Berry, who had been found guilty of having bene concerned in the burglary at Captain. Watson'sand remainded for enotence, in order that   enquiries might be -made into his cbharacter, 'ias placed it the bar, and sentenced to be transported for ten yearss, with an intimation that a commuta. tlon of his sentence to seven years would be recom mended, . John Parry, who had been acquitted In the same case, and remanded in order that the Attorney- General might re-indict him if he found sufficient grounds for doing so, was brought up and severely reprlmanded by Mr. Justice Stephen for the suspi- cious natuire of his conduct. He was then reman- -ded. 'William Pembroke, who had pleaded gu...

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IRISH STATE TRIALS. SPEECH OF MR. WHITESIDE. CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

IRISH STATE TRIALS. SPEEOCH OF ? CONCLUDED. That was the doctrine propoud+ded from ihle bench, " and th'd'j ry having lorked with the eye of nen of sense, qualfieed their verdict by saying, they de precated what was said by the defendant of the mode in Which he conducted his argument, bui they 'fotnd theirr verdict of hot, guilly,, and the.,Lard Chief Justlce said he approved of their decision. Theirefoie, if Mr. O'Connell said:her Majesty may . dispense with the House of Lords he would be safe, Sacrcording to;the authority of that, case. If he said the Queen might dipeunse ivith thie House of Com mons, he would be safe 'according to the authority of that. case. But what as.he said? Thai the Irish peerage, might be rietoed to theiposition 'in in whch'it' once, stood-ithat the House of Lords would be Protestant, and that the- House of Conm. moUn ought to be sestored. In England the rightof free discuision aii?th' right ,of Englihnmen ;aund I put t to your gooid sense to" say whetlher...

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Original Correspondence. JUDGE BURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 July 1844

4 Ditaual 4Lotlrfl0OltJfUlCfs ..-- .UIoeD BURTON.i Mn. EInton,-" The Italians," says Bicoa in one of his essays, " have In ungracious proverb ranto Uon she tvl utents-so goad that he is good for rsothfiag." This passage was brought forcibly to may minid on reading the account in the Ilrrald, of the dinner given to the worthy Judge, whoge recent. departure from our shores: has cast such a, gloom over the colony. Goodness, such as his, is indeed fare; among. our own sex. it is in vain to look for its like, and in tile other, it is only to be met with in t?be 'e deserving .woman,, 'of .'whom. that shrewd fellow, ' honest lago," observed- Sbe wasa wight-if ever such wight were To suokle fools-and chronicle small beer. There is some little 'difference,. however, between athe .character of .,the:; ".deserving woman" and the .desetving;Judge. The 'former is described as one who;.... ..; . evr lack'd gold, and yet went never gay,. Sled hrom her wiah, and yet said-now 1 play . The'similitude...

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