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LATE ENGLISH IS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Hobartaivn Guardian.} We have received papers from the Cape of Good Hope, via Adelaide, to the 4th May, from which we learn that the first of a direct line of steamers, running monthly between London and the Cape, had arrived, bringing news to the above date. We see nothing worth recording iu the Parliamentary proceeding, save the follow ing:— :- . Sir W. Molesworth moved for a copy of all petitions on the subject of convict disci pline and transportation which have been presented to her Majesty, or to the House of Commons, from any part of Australia or Van Diemen's Land since the year 1845, with the nuinbet of signatures attached to each petition. Mr. Thornely said the petitions moved for bv the hnn. bnrnrtfir. wpi-a sfivfintfifin in number, of which sixteen were already printed. The motion was then agreed to. Business of the House. — A motion made by Mr. flume that no money vote may be taken in supply after midnight was rejected by 116 votes to 47. Mr....

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

IMPOUNDINGS,' Molong. - On the 1st July, from Bremadera Run : — Chesnut home, about three years old, with a large blaze down his forehead, un branded ; damages and dnviner, Is. 6d. To be sold on the 5th August, if not released. Charles Mackay, Poundkeeper. 9s. Hartley. — On the 9th July, from Conimbla, the eatate of John Oxly Norton, Esq., J.P. :— Bay or rather a brown horse, MH on the near shoulder, aged, 15 hands I inch high ; damages 1 2s. 6d. To be sold in 24 days if not released. James M'Cay, Poundkeeper. 9s. 3d. East Maislatd. — On the 14th June, by Mr. Robert Wisdom, from Ducken-neld Park: -Small bay filly, black mane, tail, and points, small star* in forehead, no visible brand, about 18 months or 2 years old; damages 6d, Will be sold in 24 days from this date, if not released. J. Palmer, . Poundkeuper. 9g.

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Government [?] LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

(Bowvumtnt -&ai$\te- LAND SALES. At Eleven o'elock of Wednesday, the 30th July, the following town and suburban lots of land will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Court of Requests, Bent-street, Sydney, fit the upset price affixed to each Jot respectively. Deposit 10 per cent Town Lots. Sydney ? .1.— 4. 6£ perches each, -county of Curn bealand, parish of St. Philip, allotments No.*. 12— 15 of section 1 of the site of the Old Military Bar racks. 5—4 pprches, same place, No. 16 of section 1. Upset price i 12 per foot frontage. 6 — 11.. 5 £ perches each, same place. Nos. 39 - 44 of section 2. Upset price £13 per foot frontage. 12.-19. 8£nerches same place. Nos. 19- 26 of section 5. Upset price £30 per foot frontage. 20. 5£ perches, county of Cumberland, parish of St. James, allot ment No. 1 in section 103. 21. 6# perches,' same place, No. 2 of section 103. 22. 5£ perches, seme place, No. 3 o{ sec.ion 203. 23. 1% perches, same place, No. 4 of section 103. 24. 10| pe...

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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Grain. — Wheat, per bushel, 8s. to 9s. ; vow little coming to market. Barley, 3s. to 4s. : goo. malting samples are scarce. Maize, 3s. 3d. to .')-. 6d. ; rising market. Oats, 2s. 9d. to 3s. 3d. .. very few good samples in the market. Poultry. — Fowls, per couple, Is. 8d to Is. 10ii. : in good demand. Ducks, 2s. to 2s. 6d. ; goo, birds are scarce. Turkeys, 5s. to 7s. 6d. ; salt easily effected. Geese, 4s. 6d. to 5s. ; none comin. to market. Eggs, per dozen, 1 Id. to Is. ; the snji ply is very small. Dairy. — Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. ; sah--. are dull, and difficult to eil'ect. Cheese, 4d. to 5d. very little in the market. Bacon, 4d. to 6d. ; gon . samples inquired after. Pigs, each, per lb., 2£d.:.t. 3d. ; in demand. Calves, 10s. to 15s. ; good calvt. realise more. Sundries. — Van Diemen's Land potatoes, hlacJ per cwt., 5s. to 5s. 6d. ; sales are getting brisi-. Ditto, other sorts, 2s. 9d. to 3s. ; market ov-:-i stocked. Onions, 8s. to 10s. V. I). Land ...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. LETTER OF HIS GRACE THE LORD PRIMATE TO THE CATHOLIC CLERGY OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ARMAGH. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

-£ri-ir0ia$tiral SJUeiltgeufe. LETTER Ols1 PirS GRACE THE LORD PRI MATE TO THE CATHOLIC CLERGY OF ' THE ARCHDIOCESE OF ARMAGH. (From the Tablet.) ('Concluded from our last.) We Ai'e aware, Reverend .Brethren, that the re ligious equality on which the Queen's Colleges are supposed to be based, have been urged by some of their advocates as one of the securities for faith and morals, 'as well as a special recommendation to popular favour, I will not dwell at present on the scepticism and indifference which have been the natural 'fruits- of the principle wherever the ex periment has been tried, of placing truth and false hood nn an pni-nl.hn.Hisi. I will nass over in* silence the utter impossibility of thus equalizing authori tative teaching in religion, such as we have in the Catholic Church, and the exercise of private judg ment, which is the privilege of Protestantism — the deiined and the indefinite — the liberty that can range through the entire circle of heresy, from Gnosticism to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

a ustealasTan steaj JrL navigation company. ORIGINAL CAPITA!., 4000 Shares of £20 each, with -power to increasi to £500,000. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ' Bobert Campbell, Esq., Chairman, Thomas Ware Smart, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Henry Armitage, Esq., John GHlchrist, Esq., John Eales, Esq., and Wm. Eanken Scott, Esq. mana&er. ? James Patterson, Esq. THE STEAM SHIPS. Tons. H.P. YarraYarra (Iron).'. 500 200 Building* Waratah (ditto) .... 350 140 Ditto Shamrock (ditto) ? 322 100 G. G-ilmore, Com. Thistle [ditto) ./.... 275 100 W. Mulhall, ditto ? Rose (ditto) . . ? . . 275 100 — — ? — ditto Eagle(ditto) ... . . . „ . . 234' 80 . J'. J. Warner,ditto Tamar (ditto) ....... 200 GO C. Payne, ditto Brisbane (Iron) .... 80 35 Building, Are appointed to sail between Sydney and the Ports flf the Australasian Colonies as advertised in the Jocal newspapers, and as may be learned at. the Officer of the Company in Sydney,, and at those oi the undermentioned 'Agents -of ? the Company, viz : Mr. Jame...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

EPITOME OF IK'Mtt NEWS. PaoB\BLK Future Substitutes for Coal. — \V have a confident ho:-e — or rather a firm belief that long before our coa'- fields are really exhausted, discoveries «ill be mide. both of new motive power and new sources of heat or caloric, which will make all future generations indepeudeDt of those clumsy and dingy resources. Motive power, we think, will probably be supplied, either directly, by such omnipresent and inexhaustible elements as electricty and galvanism, or by the employment of some gas, far more elastic than steam, and capable of being called into aciion, and again condensed by slight mechanical impulses, or by changes of t6mperature incalculably less than are now necessary for the man agement of that comparatively intractable substance. But even if we should still require to use steam, we are persuaded that means will bedeviaed for its genera tion, or rather for the production and evolution of heat for that and all other purposes, far less operose, ...

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Ireland. HISTORY OF THE IRISH REBELLION OF 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

Srtfiantr. HISTORY OF THE IRISH REBELLION OF 1848. BY THOMAS FRANCIS MEAGHER, THE EXILED PATRIOT. [1 he name of Meagher is identified with the history of Ireland. The part he took in the late insurrection in that country ha^s given him the fullest means of describing faithfully what occurred in that outbreak, and his brilliant talents eminently qualify him for the task he has so patriotically un dertaken. His history of the crisis is now in emivsfi of publication, in a series of letters to the Nation ; and that such of our readers who claim Ireland as the land of their birth, may have the pleasure of perusing these attractive effusions, we shall occa sionally give extracts from these papers. The let ters are addressed to the late Charles Murphy, Esq., of Cork, a warm and personal friend of the patriot Meagher] : — Dublin, Richmond Prison, May 27, 1849. My Dear Charles, — At last I have thought of complying with the request you made me one day, during my trial, in the bleak old passa...

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BREAD, &c. (To (he Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

BREAD, &c. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — Circumstances having occured in which I'was a party concerned, relative to the sale of bread deficient, in weight, I have read with ! special attention an article in Saturday's Herald, { headed 'Weights and Measures,' and after duel consideration, have deemed it advisable, in justice , to myself, and to the cause I have been induced to advocate, that I should offer a few comments on the case. It did happen that I saw Mr. Jilks, and in formed him that I must firmly refuse to point o\\% any individuals by name who might be suspected of ! being amenable to the law, for the offence of ' making their bread deficient in weight. I stated that it appeared to me to be an essential part in the efficient discharge of his duty, to pay periodical | visits of inspection and examination, by which means the defaulters would be effectually detected and punished, but that it was neither my office nor inclination to single out ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In order, to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our paper. Received from C. P., Goulbourn ..£1 0 Q „ F. X., Appin .. 1 10 0

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ? C To the Editors of the FreemaiPs Journal. ) W3ntlemen,— In the last number of the People's Advocate a paragraph was inserted which stated that at a late meeting of Mr. Longmore's friends, some one of the assembly proposed a coalition with. Mr. Wentworth, and that thereupon a number of Ae persons present forthwith left the room. Allow me to give this statement the most unqua lified contradiction. There has been but one meet ing of Mr. Longmore's friends for at least a month past, and, as I was present during the time that business was transacted, you may take my word that nothing of the kind ever transpired. I would wish also, by this same opportunity, to convey one fact to those silly people who imagine that in taking part with Mr. Driver's 'political as sociation' they are acting with 'liberals' — a fact of which they are probably at present not aware — viz., that their good friend Mr. Parkes stated openly to a respectable shop-keeper in George-street, t...

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LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND THE IRISH PRIESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

LORD JOHN EUSSRLL AND THE IRISH PRIESTS. The Premier is earning for himself a very unenviable position on the roll of British Statesmen.- To the character of a crafty unscrupulous and time-serving politician, he is adding the no less contemptible one of an equivocating, sophistical, ana disingenuous pleader. Lord John cannot surely have for gotten the common rules of logic, which no doubt formed a part of his early education. He must be well aware that it is as contrary to common sense, as, it is to the rules of logic, to draw a 'general' conclusion from a 'particular' proposition. Whatshou'dhe or any man of plain understanding, say to the following species of argument: ' The pre sent Prime Minister of England is an insig nificant little man, therefore all the Prime Ministers of England are insignificant little men !' His captious and insidious remarks regarding the Catholic clergy of Ireland, made in the House of Commons, on the 7th March, are precisely of the above sophistical cha...

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CONSOLATIONS OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

CONSOLATIONS OF SCIENCE. The amiable philanthropist, who believes that ignorance is the only evil, and science the only regenerator of society, are by far too modest and oo little urgent in setting forth the merits of their plan. Some ten years ago the late Sir Robert Peel was seduced into their ranks. He too began to think that mental cultivation on enlarged views, as the cant went, that is, apart from religion, was universally, for all and to any extent, desirablet and for all and to any extent, practicable. A reviewer of the speech which the honourable baronet made at Tamworth, thus magnifies the ' Consola- i tions of Science,' in a way, which, as we have said, the characteristic modesty of scientifico— agree , to differ — national — regenerators prevents them from duly setting forth. ' | ' ' Come to me,' Sir Robert seems to say,' (says ; the reviewer) ' ' you whose spirits are straitened by poverty and debased by toil, who wish for ? pleasure Avithout unlawful stimulus, and adva...

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BOOKS FOR DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

BOOKS FOR DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. When we spoke of these books last week, we had not received the ' First book of Modern Geography'i published by Mr. Moore, of George-street. We gave the opinion of a British critic, the Athenaeum, concerning Sir T. Mitchell's geography, and whilst we did and do concur generally in what was there said, we feel bound to add, that the present volume has, in some respects, advantages over it. It is perhaps, better adapted for the younger children than the Australian Geography of Sir T. Mitchell, in consequence of its form, that of connected para graphs ; it is smaller, and - therefore cheaper, al though there is abundance of information more likely to rest on the memory of junior pupils, hav ing in this respect something of superiority, because not so much space is given to the details of physical geography. For very young children, political feography, as it is sometimes called, that is, the boundaries of countries, their position, the course of rivers...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ail letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that tlie writers of all communica 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 genuine.

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

: TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Freeman's Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George-street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Goulburn-srreets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta street, and Mr. Thomas MoEncroc, Grocer, Sussex street, Market Wharf.

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SUPPORT OF THE POOR.—THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

SUPPORT OF THE POOR.— THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. That the poorer members of the human family should not be allowed to perish of want, is a dictate of the natural law, and a duty imposed by the Divine Law. But how ever clear may be the obligation of the laio of nature, requiring us ' to do to others as! we would wish to be done by,' we find in ' the history of the past, as well as in the ex perience of the present time, that when the poor have been left depending on the relief supplied by, the impulses of humanity alone, their condition and their means of subsis tence have been forlorn and precarious in deed. In the most civilized and refined Pa^an States of ancient times, Greece and Rome for instance, the '-'poor' were looked upon as abandoned or accursed by the Gods; and while the public wealth was profusely expended, for the amusement of the people, upon theatres, gladiators, races, &c, a sing'e ' drachma' was not appropriated- for the relief of the poor. Even at. present, in ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOE, JULY, 1851: 17 Th S. Alexis, conf., s.d. 18 F S. Camillus de Lellis, conf. d. 19 Sat S. Vincent of Paul, conf. d. 20 S 6th after Pentecost, S. Jerome Emilian, conf d. 21 M S. Anacletus, p. and m., from 13th, s.d.j O.S.B.,S. Felix, m.d.. from 15th June. 22 T S. Mary Magdalene, d. 23 W S. Apollinaris, bp. and m.d. 24 Th Vigil of S. James, O.S.B., S. Juliana, v. de Fate : from 19 th June, d. 25 F S. James, ap. d , 2nd class. 26 Sat S. Anne, d.m. 27 S 7th after Pentecost. 28 M S. Nazarius and Companions, mm. s.d. 29 T - S. Martha, v., s.d. 30 W SS. Abdon and Sennen, mm. s., O.S.B., SS. John and Paul, mm. d.} from 26th , June. 31- Th B. Ignatius, conf. d. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 185L ' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Chuvitas.'

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A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO TIPPERARY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

A DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO TIPPERAKY PABMERS. (From the Dublin Nation.) ' Come pledge again thy heart and hand One grasp that ne'er shall sever ; Our watchword be—' Our native land,' Our motto—1* Love for ever.' And let the orange lily be Thy badge, my patriot brother, The everlastiag green for me, And we for one another. ' E'en thus be, in eur country's cause, Our party feelings blended ; Till lasting peace, from rq.ual laws, On both shall have descended. — J. De Jean. Mick — Tell me, Pat, do you think the Irish are a doomed race ? Fat — 1 ni;ver thought so, nor do I think so now. Mick — In the fulness of our past and pre sent miseries, where does a hope appear ? Pat — -The surest hope that ever shone from all our former agitations appears in the Irish Tenant League, because the Angel of - Mercy must have presided over the delibe rations of this body, otherwise Irishmen, previously hating and destroying one another, would not' could not, now unite in brotherly love an'd enlarged humani...

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Miscellaneous Extractys. FATHER MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 July 1851

jRftt0-$lUuieou0 I3xtt;act0. F AT H E R MAT H E W. (From the Voice of the Nation. ) The drunkenness of the Irish was unlike that of an y other people. Many of the happiest, wealthiest, and most mora! nations in Europe, drink more than the Irish did, man for man. The Scotch drink more whiskey, the Southern nations wine, the English and German porter, and the Sweedes and .Norwegians potato brandy ; but, then, they drink these liquors habitually — every day — as a part of their ordinary sober diet. Far unlike was the Irishman's drunkenness. He drank nothing for some 350 days in the year ; but once, or, may be oftener in the month, he got roaring drunk. Thisoecasion al debauch was the Lethe-moment of all his sorrows. He then forgot all his wrongs. His cabin was warm, his belly full, his back covered-^-for an. afternoon ! But he woke jn the morning penniless, broken headed, guilty, conscience-sore. During his intoxication he had flung off his chains, and his duties. He had lost sight of ...

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