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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, MARCH 23. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 27 March 1847

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.... TUESDAY, MARCH 23. Before the Chief Cemmissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Bute Stuart, a special meeting-was held, for the purpose of deciding on an offer of com position made to a former meeting, when the credi tors present agreed to accept the offer then made, which was 5s. in the pound. In the estate of William Dolan, a third meeting was held, but no claims were proved, and the meet ing was adjourned until Tuesday next, the 30th inst. THURSDAY, MARCH 25. In the estate of William Niblett, an adjourned special meeting was held, at which John Haigh proved a claim for £39 12s. 9d. In the matter of Daniel Smith's application for a certificate, as no appearance took place when the case was called on, the notice of application was struck out of the paper.

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Select Poetry. THE COOLUN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 27 March 1847

-0 THE COOLUN.* (From the Nation.) The scene is beside where the Amhan-mort flows 'Tis the spring of the year, and the day's near its close; .And an old woman sits with a boy on her knee She smiles like the evening, but he like the lea ! rHer'hair Is as white as the flax ere it's spun miis, brown as yon tree that is hiding the sun I Beside the bright river The calm, glassy river, That's sliding and gliding all peacefully on. *' Come, granny," the boy says, "you'll sing me, I know, The beautiful Coolun, so sweet and so low; .For I love its soft tones more than blackbird or thrush, lThough often the tears in a shower will gush From my eyes when I hear it. Dear granny, say why, . Wlhen my heart's full of pleasure,.I sob and I cry To hear the sweet Coolun The beautiful Coolun P An angel first sang .it above in the sky.' ,And she sings and he listens; but many years pass, .And the old woman sleeps 'neath the chapel-yard grass; .And a couple are seated uponthe same stone, Where the boy sa...

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REPORT ON THE IRISH FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

REPORT ON THE IRISH FISHERIES. (From the Tipperary Vindicator, Nov. 25.) The fourth annual report of the Commissioners of Public Works, addressed to the Lord Lieutenant on the fisheries of Ireland, having been-printed, a brief abstract of its contents is subjoined. The commissioners say that throughout the year 1845 they had been able to trace the general im provement in the fisheries of the country. Since the lasts eport was issued two Acts have been passed in reference to them, one relating chiefy to to tihe regulation of the salmon and oyster fisheries, and the other having for its object the encouragement of the construction of piers, harbours, and other works for fishing purposes. The following abstract shows a progressive increase in tie number of ves sels and men engaged in the fisheries, as compared with the registry for the previous year : in the year 1844 the number of first class ves sels were 2;237; men and boys, 11;193. In 1845, vessels 2,371; men and boys, 12,175. In 1...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

IML'1PORTS. March 20.-Ale.ander, ship, 523 tons, Ciptain Philipson, from London: 2 packages, Lamb anti Parbury ; 1 case, J. Cross.; 1 case, B. E. Walker; 3 cases stationery 101 bars and 10 bundles iron, 25 bundles. 4 casks, 6 chain cables and anchors, 5 bales 2 cases, L. and S. Spyer.; 1 box, M. Met calfel; 3 puncheons and 20 hogsheads brandy, 8 bales, John Smith; 10 hogsheads and 20 barrels beer, A. M'Can ; 2 packages,. Peter Paulus; 10 cases, 6 chests, 4 casks merchandise, Priucipal Me dical Officer of the Troops ; 1 case, A. C. G. Owen; 2 cases port wine, E. W. Lay'on; 6 cases, Henry Birkett; 0 casks bottled beer, J. L. Montefiore and Co. ; 75 casks bottled beer, 10 crates earthenware, 100 cases gin, Thacker and Co. ; 5 bales blankets, F. Watkins; 29 bales, 9 cases merchandise, 2 pun cheons, Henry Ferris ; I case garden seeds, G. Thorne; 23 cases, J. and J. Lavick; 44 packages rope, 234 packages, 15 bales, Smith and Campbell; 10 bales merchandise, 50 bales rope, 2 bundles lines, ...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

-o From the French papers we learn that a Cabinet Council was held at the Chateau of St. Cloud on Sunday, under the presidency of the King, at which the reply of M. Gulzot to the last note of Lord Pal merston was definitively approved. That document was to be communicated on Monday to theoMarquis of Normanby. The Belgian papers mention that the Prince de Ligne, the Belgian Minister at Paris, had been ordered to return forthwith to his post to present his homage to the Duchess de Montpensier. 'The Reforme' states that the accounts received from the dillbrent corn markets in the neighbourhood of Paris, announce a slight decline in the price of corn. -Tipperary Vindicator, Nov. 21. We learn from Lisbon that the British war steamer Cyclops, arrived there on Tuesday, in seven days from Portsmotith, with Col. Wyld, Prince Albert's Equerry, on a special mission. The Colonel procceds to-morrow to Saldanha's head quarters. EXPEIatBENT WITH CAPTAIN WASLNER'S LONso RANoE.-Col. Chalmers, attend...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIJL. His Excellency the Governor, as appears in the Government Gazette of yesterday, has summoned the Legislative Council to meet for " despatchof business" on Tuesday, the 4th of May. "The following is the PROCLAMATION. His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the territorry of New South Wales, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c., &c. Whereas the Legislative Council of New South Wales now stands prorogued to the 20th day of April next: Now, I, Sir Charles Augustus Fitz atoy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, in pursuance of the power and authority in me vested as Governor of the said Colony, do hereby further prorogue the said ]egislative Council to Tuesday, the fourth day of May next; and I do hereby further announce and proclaim,. that the said Council shall assemble for the despatch of business on the aforesaid fourth day of ...

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AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE "BRITANNIA." LIVERPOOL, Tuesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

ARRIVAL OF THE "? BRITANNIA.? (From the Times, Dec. 2.) LlvEIrooL,Tuehsday Morning. The I~ritish and North American Royal mail steam ship 'Britannia, CaptainHewett, arrived in tl Mersey this morning front Boston antid llalifax,with the usual mails of the 10Ith ult., from the United States and Canada. The Britannia arrived e0 Point Lynas about 11 o'clock last night; but in consequence of the state of the tide, stood off and on at the bar during the night, running up this morn ing at 7 o'clock. Site brought a considerable nus. her of passengers. Our advices by this arrival from New York extend front the 1st to the 15th ult. inclusive; and com municate late and highly interesting accounts from Canada, Mexico, and tie West Indies. The most striking features of our advices, in a political point of view, are-the recurrence of tihe former unsuc cessful attempt of the American squadron in th: Gulf of Mexico, to capture the insignificant townof Alvarado, though, led by the commodore of the s...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

DEPARTUReaS. March 20.-St. George, ship, Captain Jones, for London. Passengers-Mrs. Gilmore, two sons, three daughters, and two servants, 'Mr. and Mrs. Farmer, son and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. Ralfe, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Powlett, Mr. Macarthur, Mr. lorthwick, Captain Champion, Mr. Robinson, Dr. Caruthers, Mr. E. M'Neill, Messrs. J. and P. Facey, Mr. and Mrs. Rovaan, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pelling, Messrs. J. Carr, J. Tilman, F. Adams, A. Lackey, and R. Fowler. 26.-I Don't Know schooner, Captain Thomp son, for Hobart Town. Passengers-Mr. Grif fiths, and Mr. Wemyss. 23. -Swan, cutter, Captain Gardner, for IIoki anga. Passengers-Mr. Atkins, and a New Ze.dauder. 25.-WJl'almer Castle, ship, Captain Thorne, for London. Passengers-Sir Thomas Mitchell, Mr. TohtL, Mr. J. Macintosh, Mr. S. Spyer, Rev. Mr. Scanlan, Itev. Mr. Carrult, Itev. Mr. larkins, Mr. 1'. Stuart. Captain Petrie, RI.N., Lieutenant Wright, Royal Matines, Master F. Morris, Miss J. M:rris, Miss L. Morris, Master J. New, Mrs. Le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. RT E Undersigned having dist:osed of his initerest in the Sydney £fironiclc Newspaper, requests that all parties in 'debted to that Journal up to the 31st of March, 1847, will pay the amount of their hubscriptions, &c., to the respective agents in the country, to the collector in the city, or at the office of publication. Any communications relative to the afifirs •of'the (Ihronicle previous to this date are ,requested to be addressed to the under signed, at 133, King-street, East. M. D'ARCY. Chronicle Office, 31st March, 1847.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

WCKEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TAI.E. VARIATION 0)' THE THRRhIOMtRTIR. ALU. WKBNv.IDAT....MAII 17 70 73 7, N.E. Clear FAIDAT........... 1 063 6 60 64 .E. Rainy SiATURDAY .......2..) 01 70 -a8 (SE. Clear SUNDAY ............ 21 600 70 68 SE. I~ltto Mo1n' y 04 74 72;S.t. dy(1( En.D..... 3 04 7Wi S R. u W y MUean temperature, 620.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

Vartetcis. -0 A BaITIsn FaRIGATE FIED ON 1DY THE PoRTu oGESE.-ln the Intelligence brought from Lisbon by thle Marys, the American frigate is said to have been dismasted by the batteries of Oporto. We copied the statement as we found it; but we think that the America, British frigate must be meant, as she had just been ordered by Admiral Parker to Corunna, with instructions, as she passed Oporto, to demand satisfaction for an .insult recently offered to a Mr. Noble, a British merchant, and, if our memory do not deceive us, consular agent in that city. This would satisfactorily account for her at tempt to enter. And for the hostile reception she met with. The America is a - raised 74; it will be recollected that she recently returned from the Pa cific, and that her captain, the Hon. John Gordon youngest brother of Lord Aberdeen was tried by a court- martial for having quitted that station without permission from the admiral commanding.- Brit. annia. THE INJUNDATION OF THE LOIaE.-A pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

GOULBUItN CIRCULATING LIBRARY. U HSCRIIBERS ir. arrears to the above are requested to pay up the amount of their ac counts. JOSEPH CARNEY. Goulburn, March 25, 18 7. 421CARN Sydney, March 29, 18 7. A?"KE NO I'ICE, no Orders drawn by my late Overseer, WVILt.~.ut CASSIDY, will be paid by me after this date. 4 47 fIEIOMAS ROBERTS. "U i T of New Subscriptions for St. A Patrick's Church, Sunday Evening, March 23, 181-7 : £ s. d. Rev. Dean M'Encros 0 5 0 J.C.Sumncr ....... 0 5 0 Charles O'Connell, Esq .. .... 1 0 0 Mrs. O'Connell 1 0 0 Mr. Edward Campbell ..1 0 0 Charles Clarke .... 1 0 0 Birnstingl ........ 1 0 0 James M'Evoy ......, 5 0 0 Patrick Byrnes ........ 0 2 6 John Hart ........ 5 0 Charles M'Mellun . 5 0 John Evans ....0.... 2 0 Richard Kelly ........ 0 2 6 Patrick Phrail ....... 0 2 0 John M'Keon ......... 0 2 6 Edward Hill .. ..... 2 6 William Prescott ...U.... 0 2 0 Master James Coyle ....... .. 2 6, . James Wright ....... O, 0 G John Connors 0 1 0 Miss Margaret Foley 0 1 0 S...

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THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY IN SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY IN SYNOD. (From the Cork Southern Reporter, Nov. 17.) Time has healed the differences of opinion created by tihe Bequests Act among the highest order of the Catholic Church in .Ireland; the utmost concord " reigns in the Synod of Venerable Bishops assembled in the capital.-The pleasing fact is reiterated by -our Dublin cotemporaries, that on the several sub jects occupying the deliberations of the .Hierarchy, .perfect unanimity prevails. They have resolved to petition for the amendment of the Bequests Act, and the Prelates who accepted the office of its administra tion have concurred. This proves the justice of the agitation which was raised against the Act, and the utility of-such improvements as were then proposed. There could be -no doubt about it; the Commis sioners were obliged to pass a-bye-law obviating the ,inconvenience of collision with Catholic Church dis cipline; and-the Prelates now require that the avoid :ance-thus privately agreed upon shallrbe ...

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FRANCE AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

FRANCE AND SPAIN. (From thei¢:T -e, December 2) It is essential to the continuance of those amicrable relations, which we hope to preserve with France, and to the maintenance of the position which the British Government have hithertho thought it ti?'r duty to .assume wit: reference to the marriage of the Duchess of Montpensler, that the actual exten of the difference between the two Government should not be overstated, and that more should no -be imputed to Lord Palmerston titan he has actually -done, There certainly must be a strange misappre ,hension of the true state of the case somewhere when we read in a Ministerial journal that the vio lation of the Treaty of Utretcht by the -Montpensler marriage-is as gross and flagrant as the violation of the Treaty of Vienna by the annexation of Cracow-; and when we are Informed that a renunciation of the Crown of Spain on the part of the Duchess of Montpensier, for herself and her descendants, is to 'be regarded as an indispensable prelimi...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1847. PRESENT STATE OF THINGS.—AND ADIEU! [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

THE SYDNEY CHROINICLE . WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1847. P.RESENT STATE OF THINGS. AND ADIEU! A'ccon?ro'to tthe 'information communi cated by our industrious and useful contem porary the Herald, a gentleman distin guishedly qualified to deliver a sound judg ment on such a matter, has decided that Australia is at present an indifferent and discarded topic amongst the scientifie and the literary portion of the home public. Nay more, and what is far worse, the pub lishing and reading part of our compatriots there care nothing iabout her or her affairs. Mr. Jukes, late of Jl.M. Ship FPl, reports that every work about Australia falls still born from.the press, and that even the British Association will not listen to any thing which has her for its materiel. We avow that we-were not aware that the apathy-originating from contemptand anger had become so extensive. and-so profound amongst-our countrymen of all classes in the'parent state. In our verylastanumber it was made.a reasonable conclusion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

AGENTS FOR THE CHRKONIC E. GOULBURN-MR. CARNET. BsarslmA-Ma. B. MI'MAunIN. PATERSON-MR. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRAMATTA -MR. P. CAumrw,. PORT PHILLIP -Ma. J. BUL.yM, WoLLoNQoN,%--Ma. TuMCMAS. FowLsa, BATUURST-.-MIR. T. JONESa, QUEa NiBEAN-MR. . 3J. Waion7. M, 1TLAInD-IRa . T,. M.&HUOt.. CAMPIIELLTQWN, &c.-Ma~ M'AuasnT4 WIrwsoa-Ma. JAIAKS CASSIDY. PENRITR--Ma. JAMZE M'CARTIIV. JBRHIrB PLAINS-Mai. J. J. UARrUR, BUM\OONXA-Ma. EDWARD UoHJIS. AbBLAIDE-MR. JOHN MOWLAND. YAsa-Ma. C. Rouaas. GBItsaIO-I-a. JostN MUIRPHtw CLARENOS TowN AND DUNOOO - Mal DAme* TISRNKi. , Publiulhd in the United Kingdom, by Ma. JoNES, 63, PATERNOSTEa-Row, LoDnf. Ma. W. J. BArTER BT, L0, EssExC-Bioa*, PAM. LIAMENT-STREET, DUBZ&. Prlntot frae Proprietor by EDWAtRD JtHNiIIAWKSX5 LI(Y,-of eulflen,ln-Lhe Couity of Cummtarlwul; an4pu .", Inbhed by him at the Ohrouicl tunic, No. 113, $ingatrctc East, Sdycny, Nsw Eau, h WtJcs.--Wedn~adday, March 3J)' tell.

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WRECK OF THE SOVEREIGN STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

WRECK OF THE SOVEREIGN STEAMER. The whole of the city was thrown into consterna tion on Saturday morning by the intelligence that the Sovereign steamer had been wrecked at Moreton Bay, and that there had been a fearful loss of life. Irn the course of the day the melancholy news was con firmed by the re-publication, at the lerald office of a Moreton Bay Coutrier extraordinary, giving the particulars of the sad catastrophe. We subjoin the following narrative, from the ilerald's Moreton Bay correspondent, as appearing to give the most clear account of the disastrous oc currence : MIdArc 24.-Fearing that you may not have re ceived the accounts forwarded per schooners Jane and fWilliam, of the melancholy loss of the steamer S'overeign, I have forwarded the following statement given me by Captain Cape, the commander of that ill-fated vessel; in reading that gentleman's narra tive you will perceive that everything was done that human means could accomplish to save the vessel after the engi...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

ýbiipping intrl1itgnIC." -0- ARRIVALS. March 2G.-Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Captain Ward, from Port Niciolson the 15th instant. Pats sengers-· r. Curtis, Mr. Asher, Mr. Duncan, Mr. J. Peacock, Mr. and Mrs. Aiken and child, and .Mr. Stevens. 27.-Jane, schooner, 42 tons, Captaini Steele, from Moreton Bay the 22nd instant. Passengers -Mr. R. Stubbs (only surviving cabin passenger• of the steamer Souverei?), and seven in the steerage. 27.- William, schooner, 62 tons, Captain Free man, from Moreton Bay the 22nd instant. Passen gers-Mr. King, and Mr. B. M-Danald. 23.--lndulstry, schooner, 96 tons, Captain Hay, from the Whaling Grounds, clean, having left Hobart Town the I Ith instant. 23.-Alexander, ship, 526 tons, Captain Phillip son, from London, having left the Downs the 5th December, the Lizard the 9th December. Pasien gers-Mr. and Mrs. Plummer, :Mr. Joseph, Mr. Little, Mr. Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. Chabot, two daughters and son, Mr. and Mrs. Arkey, Mr. Cowrie, and Mr. WVorkman. 23.-Taema...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 26. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

(ttlernjmll.et !aeCtte. -0 FRIDAY, MARCH 2. E?OP0UN DINGS. Anvil Creek, on the 9th day of March, 1817, from Black Creek-yellow strawberry steer, branded RH off rump ; red bull, branded GP off rump and ribs; mouse coloured and white bull, unbranded, damages 3d. each. If not released, will be sold in twenty four days from this date, March 26th, 1847. [9s. Bd. From the estate of Charles Blaxland, Esq.-a roan ilhesnut filly, about two years old, brand not legible, but if branded, 4 or A on near shoulder, the said filly being advertised as unbranded, on the 10th instant. If not released, will be sold at the Mer riwa Pound, Maich 22nd, 1817. [9s. 3d. Hartley, on the 17th day of March, 1847, from Michael Pidgeon-bay mare, white all down the face, off hind foot white, appears to have beer sprained; branded WO on the near shoulder, four off, 13 hands 3 inches high, damages 3s., a bay filly foul by her side, branded WC near side under tihe saddle, one year off, damages 3s.; bay horse foal, br...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 March 1847

Jtnattlana, -o (From thle AJaitland Mlercury.) DISTRESSING CIRCUMsTANCE.-On Monday even ing last, Mr. Robert Rickerby, fellmonger, of this town, who had been on a visit to his father-In-law, at Mulberry Creek, parted from Mrs. Rickerty with the intention of crossing the creek to his house, on the other side, but within sight of the place where he left Mrs. I. As he did not arrive there, though expected, the family inquired the reason at once, but no tidings could be heard of him that night nor next day, although vigorous search was made. The search was continued on Wednesday, and on Thursday Mr. Gray started with two assistants on horseback from Maitland to assist in the search. Yesterday evening Mr. Gray returned, unsuccessful in regard to finding Mr. Rickerby, but having found the spot at which lie.crossed the creek, at some distance from the spot where his direct path to the house would have led him. Beyond the creek was his track again in crossing a fence, but no further trace o...

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