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

The Morning Chroije Is blished twicea week; on Wednesday and Saturday;, and is extensively circulated throughouat New Souf 'ales, VanD ie?sen's Land, South A?ustra?tid, INew:Zealand;and India and'in En gland , Scotlaid} and Ireland.-,The Quarters end on the 30th Jine, 30th September, and 31st December; at whlah-periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers-shouldmark*;oi each advertisdmenl' the~number of insertionshrequired; otherwoiseethey are continued till countermnded " discontirnte or alter adv rtisemetdt tunst be sent in before six o clock on the evenings of Tuesday. and Friday;* but new advertisements are recevied till ai* o'clock on, the ev ningbefor publication-All instructions. must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. NOTICE' TO' SUBSCRYBE1SIS. II ROM t?ie iunceasing fexpenses 1l'attcnding. 'the i lublication of the r" "Chroicle, i, wihich we dre : oblidge.tip .L;odschar ge? weecki inm caski;:and 'tonsiderable&a...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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HOW TO PACIFY IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

BOW TO PACIFY liRLAND. It Is not by.arms, acts, or soldiery that the peare of Ireland can ever-be brought 'abous. As much cruelly and death have been inlicted by the uses of the powers of propertj as by the pike and musket. I here must be a diflerent treatment for the poor by those in whose power their very existence is placed; and they must be taught the lesson they were so lately rapidly acquiring, the first in'civilization;_ to look to the-law for protection, as Mr. Shiel so ably contended in his-masterly speech. Instead of searching for weapons, and branding arms; improve the edminlstration of your laws, conduct your prose. cutions better, dimininish the chances of the escape of guilt, and strengthen the securities of the lone. cent. All these things in many Important dis. trios, neglected in the administration of the laws, as Mr. Shiel showed, while the Legislature' Ii framing its clumsy and abective metasres for ndepri. ving crime of. what It never long wants,-Ita Instre ments...

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SIR THOMAS WILDE, (LATE SOLICITOR GENERAL FOR ENGLAND.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

S1t THOMAS WILDS, (LATE' SOLICITOR GENERAL ORo ENGLAND.) The speech of Sir Thomas Wilde, the late Solicitor General for England, has been the utter demolisher of the Irish policy, especially of the trials. I cannot give you even the faintest idea of its effects-of the consternation and utter dismay of the government.. of the rejoicings and triumph" f`the Oppeolston. As a piece of legal reasoning-as 'a terrible expo. sure of the practices of Irish law-as a fearful castli gation of those who could use courts of justice to procure an unjust conivIction, allwho heard that speeph say that it 'Sever sa equalled within the walls of.parliament. HIa tose atbout ileveni o'clock, ad spoke until nearly ibree; and these four hours he kept the House spell~bound'with the recital of the facts of the trial, 'and his comments abd denuncistiona of those facts. Full of boldnetss nerve; and sesolution-admrittud to be second to no lawyer in the British empire-de. nounced, with the sternest and fercest re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

.AGMNTS .F&)tk6TUB'CHItONiJUL Goulbuto, Mr. Carne7 Lunoceatunl Mr. J. WV. Haj `Bioutee, Mr. B. N'Caulej.. ",.{ i~erri'n, Mr. B: M'Maooe. Patterson, Mr. J. O.ulliham. : Parramaalts, Mr. P. Cardiff.' Poit P1Illip, Mr. J. Button' Wollongong, Mr. Thorns Fowler Bathuarst, Mr. 'F. Jouns. , , Hobart Town, Mr. John~i~egaa Maitland, Mr. Hawkaley Uaiipbclitowo, &o., Mr. M'IlitltMs , Windsor, Mr. James, Q~sajdx Peorith, Mr. Jan~qa 64'agrtb,.. Jerry,'s Plains, MOr Jo J. Harpul Buqgo. Ii, Mr~ Rdvlard IHghaei Wqllior ,M r0. icbael Blyrn, Publiqhed ita S's. United K ngdoms bjt Mr. Jqnes, G33t Patertnoytgr.tow, London Mr, W:., JrBattersiby, 6, E~soez.bridge, h'atU.~ taie'ut.alreet, Dublin. ' Sydney & 'JPriu and 'Peba~bed b7y UJOIEAKi.' DAUV } ? Bdeasatar.oqe b Vl t o Cevtt4Qit. ng.S

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Insolvency Proceedings. MONDAY, JULY 15. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

it0OIbc h apt ticrebnitgu. MoNDAY, JULY 15. PROOi O CLAIMS. In, the estte of Robert Wood, a third meeting: Lamb ant] Parbury, £78 13s 2d; the Commercial Banik, £330 14s-6d; T, W. Bowden, £37 ;the meeting then adjourned -till to morrow, at ten. In the estate of Walter Stewart, an .adjourned special meeting t W. and W. Stewart, of GlasgowL -£1,141. in the estate of- Ralph Nikon, a third m'eeting: W. 1Piesley, £25; the meeting: adjourned till tge 27th instant, at half past too. In the estate of Henry Moore and Co., a special n1ering: Lamb aed Parbuiry, £2,735 4e 4d; Robert Campbell, junior, £267 10s; Kenip and Fairfax, £11 12s; b'hacker, Mason, atd Co., £80 10s 10; Joseph Moore, junior, £258 198; Joseph Mooie, £1,091 4s 2d ; thacker, Mason, and Co., £642 12a 3J.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

WEEKiRLY TiETKO ItOLOGIOAL TABLE. .-VARIATION OW TUH.TIfKUNOMIITBB, Ot I t KI wk. jW *Wa'DNBaDAY. ..JULY 10 150 66 59 N.E. IClear TnvUSAi5& ...:. Ill 5I 6.2 d 0 N.1E. Ditto FEWLAY ...... 12l at g 67 IS? .E. Ditto SATOODAY.....1 613 ) 60 .60 8.E. Ditto M0MBAY"......~..145 5'? 60 N1 .W. ClRou MON~DAY...:... "145 5) 5016 B.W. clIoud ?'Dl'OeoAV ..... 16 415 f 1 148j 5 .1. Ditto Sloan temperature, 53".

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DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL, AT THE COVENT GARDEN THEATRE. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

DINNER TO M R. O' C O N N EL. L, AT THE COVENT GARDEN THEATRE. (coNcLUED.) Dlr. O'Coniell (after the cheering ithli which he was greeted had subsided) rose, and asepoe as follo a s-I protest id you this is thh fist timses in a long and variegated lire that,iwith iiuth I nay say, I feel ismminenl,I febi overpowed. The dongeorns that soy eiemies and yours have prcepared for sile has no ieiror to my inind (cheers); and, if thesesafold aind the rick could be addeif to it, theywiiild itot biitig 'ssch overpowering ssesatioiss o smy lided as the awful msgnitiude of the comnpliesnt you hays paid i nse stoday. (Cheers.) Oi o sha'arident mst he your love of justice. Oh, how steady snd severe youir liatred for'jusdieial p'artialsity. How you msust delight in' seeing jusiice rendeired willh the same isteoisy that you hale the prsctsce of piar. tiality and injustice I What sre my cleims upon youi sympathy ? That I am lie victinimoinjestice, simply liensise the labw has' been violated in my jars...

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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

PARRAMATTA. On last Sunday, the Archbishop adminis tered the sacrament of confirmation to upwards of one hundred persons, in St. Patrick's Church. Amongst those con firmed, there were several soldiers and in dividuals lately received into the church. There were several persons present who were not members of the church, and who seemed to bs much edified with the so lemnity of the sacred rites, and with the pious demeanour of those confirmed. We are under the necessity of apologising to our advertising friends for not publishing their advertisements in to-day's publication; but, though set up are compelled to exclude them in order to mnake way for the report of the trial of the murderers of Ifr. Noble, which extends to a greater length than we imagined it would.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

$10pptyg Itntsettgenuee. -o-~ ARRIVALS. JuLY 13.-From P'ort-Phillip the 4th. Laun. * ceston the 9th, and Twofold. Bay the l1th instant, the steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, with -sundries. Passengers from Port Phillip-Mrs. Craig. child, and servant,' Mr. and Mrs. Coss, Miss Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs Thornton; Messrs. M'Leod, Fenwick. Forrester, Gardner, 'Neskill; laphael, and Whelan; from Launceston -Captain Best and Lieut Watman. of the 80th -regiment, .Captain' Blaxiand, Mrs.. Webb, Miss Sutton, Messrs. Southey, Thomas, Bryant, Sim. mqnds, Wade, Sutton, Wallis,. Ashford, and Freeman; from Boyd Town-Mr. Thompson; Mr Sexton, Air. Jennings and child1 and Mr. Holland. Steerage-Ten prisoners of the crown, -six rank.and file of the 80th regiment, and one constable from Port Phillip. 14.-From the Downs the 16th, and Ports. mouth the 28th March, and the Island of bt. Pauls 22nd June, the barque Lloyds, 402 tons, Lewis, with a genrsal cargo. Passengers-Mr. -ana Mrs. Simmons, thre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

DIED. At her residence, Market-street, on Monday the   15th Instant, Mrs. Catherine O'Meara, Aged 30 years. Requiescat in pace.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

DEPARTURES.   JULY 14.-For. London, the brig Ocean Queen, Freeman, with colonial produce. 15_For Port Nicholson via Newcastle, the brig Eleanor, Macfarlane, with sheep, &c. Pas sengers-Messrs Greenwood, Bannatyne, Joseph, Devouchelle; Johnson,- Brown, Davis, Lee, and Captain Joned    

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Supreme Criminal Court. SATURDAY, JULY 13. MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

gnprette -rim0-al Court. SATURDAY, JULY 10. MURDER, His Honor Mr. Justice Stephen took his seat on the bench precisely at ton o'clock. The Attorney.General appeared for the protean tion. Mr. Purefoy and Mr. Michio for the prisoner Rankin. A jury having been sworn. George Vigaru,Thomas Burdett,and John Rankin were then placed at the bar, Vigors as principal in the first degree, Burdett as principal in the second degree, and Rankin as an accessory before the fact, on the charge of having on the evening of Sunday the 26th of May last, feloniously entered the dwelling house of the late Mr. James Noble, of Clarence street, and inilicted a wound upon him with a knife or other sharp instrument, thereby causing his death. The Attorney General stated the case for the prosecution. He said, that the prisoners at the bar George "Vigors and Thomas Burdett; were indicted for the murder of the late James Noble; one of them (Vigors] as being the person who actually committed the murder; the other [...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

THB1. MORNING CHRONICLE. WERDIESDA Y, JULY 17, 1844. 1 De just nd fear not: .Let all the ends thou ahin'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's." bhakspeare. E1 UCATION. WE feel it necessary again to recur to this vitally interesting topic, not only for its great intrinsic importance to the future well beaing of the' colony, in the morals, nianners, and virtues. of its inhabitanth, 'as well as their fitness and capacity for attain ing a high position among the nations of the earth-for these reasons. alone, the .question .is worthy of being again and again brought before the public umind, do as to be thoroughly understood : but we also deem it necessary to say a few, words in consequence of a writer of considerable talent, who has been long before the public, having put forth some views on the subject from which we totally dissent. The Register of July 13th, says, " there are persons yet existing who hold that a high degree of education for the people is detrimental to industr...

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PRIVILEGE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

PRIVILEGE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WE are, in respect of the present question of privilege, something in the situation of Goldsmith's fine ladies, Lady Blarney, and Miss Amelia Louisa Welhelmina Skeggs; they were extremely glad for some thing, and immediately extremely sorry for something else, then as quickly extremely glad again : -or rather, as the matter is grave and solemn, to use a more grave and solemn simile, we are like as England always is on the death of a king-the grief of the nation is boundless for the loss of the best of sovereigns; but the tears of sorrow have hardly had time to trickle down the cheek of loyalty, before the tace is radiant with the smile of gratulation and joy for the accession of the new-of course the best of all possible monarchs I Thus are we with respect to the Legis lative Council.-We are extremely sorry they should have placed themselves in opposi tion, and a sort of hostility to popular feeling, by asserting some imaginary privilege to say ...

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MEETING FOR TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

MEETING FOR TO DAY. Robert Wood, an adjourned third mee'iog, at ten o'clock. Justous' EXPENSEs.-When it became necessary last Saturday night to lock up the Jury till Monday morning, a question arose as to how the expenses necessary for their accommodation should be. defrayed, for although Mr. Justice Stephen, who was then sitting, expressed himself fulty convinced that all reasonable expenses tvbrch might be incurred for this purpose ought, as a matter of justice, to be paid by the public, there was still no fund available for such a purpose, and it was remarked that the sheriff had never been refunded for the expenses he had incurred some time since in order to purchase blankets for the jury during a very cold night. By reference to the standard authorities his Honor found that a judge sitting in Euglaad had power to allow the jury any necessary indulgence, and to impose upon the country the expenses of so doing. No analogy existed ia this colony to such a state of circumstances, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

'The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Soulh iW'ales, VMt. Diemen's Land, South Australia, ,New .land, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 3 30th June, 30ih September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving, it, after paying the amount due. -Advetisers should mark on each advertisers ah# the number of insertions required; otherwise thejy are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings qf Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisemeuits.are received till six o'clock on the qvening before publiyati ' .-All instrudtions must be given in writing, andj'all letters post paid. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. .FROM the unceasing expenses attending the publication of the " Chronicle," which we are obliged to discharge weekly in cash ; and considerable arre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 July 1844

In the Insolvent Estate of John Jones. THE BARQUE "ELIZABETH,' AND TtB SCHOONER ' MARIAN WATSON." BY ORDER 0 TBa OFFICIAL ASSIONeSe aR SAMUEL LYONS will sell by aption, at hila Mai, corner of George= street and Charlotte Place, on SA'!URDAY NEXT. -the 20th July, At Eleven.o'clock piecisely, The barque ELIZABETH. burthen 167' tons; wJhh ilI lpr~torexagshe is now lying off Jozes's Wharf. The .sacooner MARIAN WATSON, burthen 155 67*94 tg9s, .vlth ill her Stores, &c., as she is noar lying off the Circular Wharf,' AND, A Chronoineter 7 he Invedtories anmlfl egistrys may be seen at the malt of the Auctioneer. Terms at sale. "' The aeore vessels are well known to the -shi ping' comnmunity, and especially the -superior cabin accamm'sdatlon'of the Marian Watson, which vessel, has, been constantly running between this Port and Hobart Town. . 033 OW. LANDING, aex . Haidee,.. from NLiverpool, and on sale at the stores of the un. deraigned- r 500 bundleassorted hoop iron, from 1 to 2 inc...

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BOILING DOWN. To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

BOILING DOWN. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. G aTLataN,.-As the colony is now fairly embarked in a new article of export, which bids fair. to equal .the golden fleece, as a late writer states that it passes in London as current as a sovereign, every attention should be paid to making the article as perfect as possible to make it the more profitable. The several writers at home and in the colony agree that all the tallow should be clarified after boiling or steaming ; any tallow which is shipped without this process is liable to be (injured on the voyage. Even in the short passage from St. Peterburgh, In a cold climate, tallow that has not been clarified or cleared from the water is found, when opened out, to have dark blue spots of mildew in it, which deteriorates its value. 'To prevent this the tallow, after steaming or boiling, should be put into a pot, and a gradual heat applied to it, say up to about 300 degrees, or more if great care is used. Now, as water boils at abo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

AGENTSF)?' io TIB' OHItONLOLE. Goulburo, Mr. Carney, Launcestop , Mr. J,. W. Hay SBioulee, Mr. B.M'Cauley. . 15errims, hMr. B. MM'ahon. , ":.. Patteason, Mr. J. O.Sul'van. Parramatta, Mr. P. CardIf.,, , Port Phlilip, Mr. J. Bullen , Wollongong, Mr. Thoms. Fowler,: . - .' Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones. Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan - Maitland, Mr. Hawkeley .' , . ,Campbelltown, &ca., Mr.; M'Alitstert .. - Windsor, Mr..James Cassidy . Peorlth, ~Wr. James, MLCartvhy'., m 'a Jerry's Plaitus, Mr. J. J.~Harpur "; Bungo Ia, Mr Edward Hughes - Wollombli Mr. Michaol.Byrne. SPublaed .in inte UntedK-raugdomns by ;,' Mir. Jones, 43, Paternosterorow, London , ;i.. Mrs W., J. Battersby, 5, Ebsxs.brldge%,;Pardlsi msent.treet, Dublin. , -; Byduuy I P'rlte and Publlisld by MIOItAl?L -D'ALKY d. Brridg.sirerut, at the Wronlcle Oiloe, lrndgescrsc

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HARD SWEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

HARD SWEARING. WE in'this colony are ?prettj' consideer able"' swearers, bothi in court` anid 'out. of it; hWlio that has fromi dutyj or ciriosity been in any .of our .'courts,. did Inot either remain horrified, or run out in dis gust ? Is .not" the courde- of justice im peded and disturbed by the mbst atrocious perjury? .; Are not.tll?appeals to the Su preme Being-the :God of truth, in:. the Insolvency" 'Court;'become a bye word ? Does not thlie'heek. of,`the; .honest man whom the speculators, jobbers; and bankers of the colony have striipp~d of his all, and driven to the refule. of ,hiitdcourt-does. not his' cheek reden,.wirith" shline to see his pameo.in a. list with those of a set of perjured miscreants, -such, s. we sco driving about, with'lieads higliei than ever, purged clean bf all debtt? Are not the very courts of what ought to be' justice,"'powerless to' obtain, it, particularly' the' Court of Re quests. 'Siice the abol.ition 'of imprison ment for debt, scarcely 'a" house-...

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