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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

TetI MonsNI?e, o LARTTiMSs?D SAniNt-.. On Monday last, the 11th Instant an Iiuest was held before Mr. T, Badger, cooner, ;and a highly reopectableijury, at tha Green Gate, "at I andawuthj Woodhouse, near Retherham, on view of the body of Robert Turner, of Shef?id, aged 83, by trade a spring knife cEtler,' whose body had nbeen dish covered onr Sunday se'night in the Rother. It appeared from 'the evidence of :William -Bellamy, IMatthew Gregory,; Simo' Gee, and othera, Itai 'Turner had embraced tie'religiotl of the 'Mormon es, or Latteri.day Saints,and after preachiog at' Handaworth Woodhouse, on Sunday, the' 19th of November, be gav"e out that if any pierso fell thoroughly convinced of the truth of teo religioas principles' which' he professed and preached, a'nd would attedll early on the following Morning. hb would' baitsei them in ' the River Bother. Ac= cordingly, very early on thei fllowling morning, several 'persona met' Thrner their preacher, ii".a meadow called ii Fairy Meadow,...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEALTH OF THE ORLEANS FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

WEALTH OF THE ORLEANS FAMILY. -0 ,The following, details of the wealth of; Louis Phillippe and his family are given by the Commerce, a violent opposition print: " The house of Orleans possess in France the following forest property a Hectares. Immovable dotation of ihe Crown ...... 62,000 Old apaiage of Orleans, added to the Im. movable quotation of the preceding reign .........;:...;,;...,...... 68,790 Private domain, minimum ..".......,:: 41,000 Woods and forests of the d'Orleaonsfaniily 80,000 Total hectares.. :. 242,890 th O.e thousand six hundred heetiires of grouind form a square league, so that thie forests cover a surface of one hundred and fifty one square leagues. We do not include lu this immense property farms, meadows, Larable land, mills, ponds, parks, chateaux, and palaces tiy the dosehn we do not include 12,000,000f.' 'collected by 12ll, and in advance for the pecuniary quotation of the civil list; the 1,000,000 of the Qiteen of the Bel. glans, the annual 100,000f. o...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONSTER DEBATES—A NEW REFORM OF PARLIAMENT NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

O DBDATES-A B) E KEQRMF)Jib(::OFOPAUW MOJ. STB - 'LtArErNT NEBD1LD. ,a ,, , ut: ;; ( 'gtha.4forniHg Chronicle.) -There is buto one.opiuion.about thq deLatethat nles last Friday. IP, the, house,r andout of: it,t peo, of all pasties regard .Itas yery, honqurable to. the ibility and tmper ofall,,ho, took part inoit. Wea?ve every.resson to, ,be proudofathe talent eshibted by ,our own stde, .andtho ?etoad views feat.lyhI putf orward by its leqders.;,. we are equally -ae yo aadirt. the, faruess and moderation of the tonn tonlag 9a the other side by all, front irRoberv peea dog soar'.i with the esceptionzof: coorse,.of 'pa~so. as rd Stpo.yy, &r.,bawjiand Mr. errard: And in justice to ,tIhe ministeriai.party, we musttsyp that we find phatamong the;antlquated vlolegae of these ultrs.politiciana, is generally.re. We think it the molt nucesary, .on0:5opnt of the merits ofthis partycular 4ebate,,,torexpreaeei very, a-rong opinion as .to the tleiotta ;misohief?, likelyto result from the ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ETIQUETIE FOR PRISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

TIQUaTrA IOR PeRIaONso. In consequence of complaints; that have been made by persons, committed to prisonsabefore trial, who object to their not being allowed-to mix with other prisoners, it has been thought necessary to frame a book of etiquette for prison purposes. ""Of course a superior delinquent," like a forger, could not be on visiting terms with a mere pickpocket; nor could a man clharged with stealing a hundred pounds, feel at his ease in the society of one whose alleged theft might be mean and loinsignificant. It is, we believe, intended to introduce the prisoners to each other formally, not by name, but by the offence with .which they are charged.--Thus the Governor of Newgate would say to a Felony ". Allow me to introduce this Aggravated Larceny. You ought to know each other, indeed you ought, Aggravated Larceny - Felony - Felony-Aggra. -"H' vited 'Lircendy. -Byj a tiew adju-'tment and propber application of th~e rulei of etiquette," a very social' inteicourse might be es...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

DEPARTUREBS. JuIt. l -Tfri` .Dorset, Walsh, for Adelaide, with sundries." Passengere, M*rs. t'Walsh, Mr. Charles Beck, -Mr. John - Bek, andt Mr. Alexan der Grant.

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEDICAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

MaDIOAL MINIs. When troubled with the head ache pay a visit to a Union workhouse, which will transfer the affection to your heart. Next read through the last number of *' Punch," and the ache will first tie driven to your sides, and as soon as the remedy has operated, will be expelled altogether. A large appetite is an alarming symptom; it is a precursor' of consumption. Take a sheet of whiie paper, whereupon set down, in a column, your'rent, land tax, poor's rate, church rate, water rate, and your other rates and taxes, not forgetting your ins come tex.m To these add your butcher's bill, baker's, tailor's bill, and other bills, particularly any bill that you may have accepted, and which is on the point of coming due. Add up and contemplate the sum total which will very probable take away your, appetite. Somnolency may be 'removed by involving your. self in a Chancery suit endangering your whole property. So long as your case remains undecided, you will have little' disposition to s...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JULY 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

OATItOLIO DIIILCTOILY, JULY 1814. B. 21 VIII. after Pent., do ca, ,semidoublo M. St. Mary Mngdalen, double -e '1. 2: St. ApoUlnR'i ,blishop i nd martyr, double W. 924 Vigil of t James, do as '. 2 St. Jues, apostle, double . F. 28 SI. Anne, double major ; H. 27 Of the B. V. . in Sb 8. R2 IX. after Pentecost, do c, semldounle 1,. 211 St. Mortha, vi~rln, emnidoubtle T. 30 St. Noznrius nUd comtpullonl, martyrs t28 th August S semiloslblo W.. 31 S gtluatius, colfessor, doublo

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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TAVERN MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

'AVIBRN MEASURE. 2 Goes make 1 Gill. 2 Gills .... 1 Lark. 2 Larks .... 1 Riot. 2 Riots .... 1 Cell or Station-house. N.B.-A Cell is equivalent to 5s. For O.Oice Clerks asfollowus: 2 Drams make 1 Go. 4 Goes...... I Headache. 2 Headache.. I Lecture. 2 Lectures.... The Sack.

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. DIRECTIONS TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

EXTtRACTS M1OMPUNOC. DZUIOTZONS TO PAMBrBR. January.;-set your boys to thrash grain ; and if you find;them'lbad in grain thrash the boys also. Pall out your plough to be ready for Plough MWori. day. Look to the horns of your cow, to take care they don't.get "hirnpled.' - February.--.?t; may be now sown; and if they are wild, the sooner the better. Dress your hedges by baungng shirts and' other wearing apparel to dry upon them. , oarch:-Get your carrots forward, and try Row land's Mlacassar if the crop looks unpromising, Plant your'potatoestwlth salt, 'which gives' themr", relish ;' and dresi with bits if woollen cloth or shreds of old costs, which will iniprove the potato's jacket. Now, sow your P's; keep yous U's warm ; hive your B's; shoot young J's; feed your N'si look after your potatoes' I's; and then take your E's. April..-ease folding your turnips, but don't neglect washing them when you intend using them, and be sure to mangle your wurzel. Roll over grass land ; but wear an ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

ýoutall nstra|ia, We have received South Australian papers to the 1st of June, from which we make the following extracts. We do hope that such a statistical society as thatin South Australia, may beestablished in New South Wales. The public generally know not its great features, geographical, or geological, nor its capabilities, whether as to agriculture, viticulture-nay, not even fully as to pasture; certain persons indeed know certain localities, and understand certain points, but we have no correct general or tabular view of the colony, without which, are not legislators like blind men, groping their way (as the. French say), a talons? Nor can an intelligent stranger, when he lands on our shores, know well whither to turn, nor where to betake him, nor at what to go:: he must ask for information, and as might.be expected, not getting it, go on a long and dreary.voy age ofdiscovery, so that before he knows what he is about, half his money is gone, and happy is he if not the whole. ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SKETCH OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

SKETOH OF PRINOB ALDERT. -0 The' following sketcho' Prince Albert, from the Birmingham ,Journal may not be uninteresting to many of our readers at this juncture: " lii stature Prince Albert must be nearly if not quite, ive feet eleven, He afadils aliimost as tall as MIr.g Henry' Meuts, with whonm we had a leisurely opportunity of comparing. him, and whose height touches on six feet. The Prince's shoulders are more square, and his waist more slender, than an English taste would quite approve, though the excess is not great. His limbs arso jeifectlj formed, the arms hang well, the neck is finely rounded, and the head, which is of good form, is admirably set on. The face is singularly good, the forehead broad and ample, the eyebrows finely pencilled, the nose straight and well shaped, with a mouth of much sweetneas, and teeth like ivory. The lower part of the face has the massive breadth which we are accustomed to see in most German faces. The prince's royal aunt, the Duchess of Kent, ...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

-, AVtlfleV *IR aVttCt0, -0 Iooan::;oTIIn uP TO LAST BvnbvaNxo.] FLOUR, i'lltAT, &e. 1a :d. X. a. Flour(fne), j 1001bs ..... to 0 11 l to 0 o12< 0 Ditto (seconds)a ditto. .... ,..: O9 0 0,, 0 10:0. Bread,lJ'21b loa,... .. .... 0 0 3 . 0. 0 0 Bisault(fine), et. .... ,.... 00 0, .. 1 2 0 Ditto (secoid), ditto .. 0 0 .. 0 10 0 Wheoat, Colonial, Ibuahel .... 0 830 .;t 0 4 0 Dltto, V.D. L.ihd;ditto .'.. .... 4' 0 .. 0 4.- 6 Iaize, ditto(wlholpsale). ..;. .... 0.1. 2 .. 0 '1 3 Ditto, ditto(retall.... .... .... 0 1 .. 1 0 BraDn, (_ bushel ....... ?...0 0 O ...0 0 10 Barley, ditto ...... .... .... 0 0 0 0 0 Ditto, Cae, ditto .... ... ... 0 0 0 .. 0-0 o Oats, tP'buahel ((wholesale) .:.. 0 0 0 . O. 0. iJ. Ditto, ditto(retail).... ... ;... 0 o 0 ; 09. 4 Hayiji.tou..:. .... .... .... 3 10 0 .. ,4 10 0 Ditto(retai),'poew ".... .... o0 4 0 ..o 0 6 0 'Wheat Straw, '9 ton :.', .. ..I? 10 J0 ' Fodder perdozen .?; ... .;.. 0' :07 ' 0t o- 0 0 .Grass (wholesale),P dozen bundles 0 '0 ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

MONEY A DRUG. -A countryman, having read in ono of the newspapers that money was "a drug" in Noew York, went to the city, and S igoingto an apothecary's shop, askeodfor' B3onton's mint drops.' e Peowhaps, my good fellow, you a. mean a dose of pop aw-mint." said the knight of the pestle, who was an exquisite in hiaway. "* Oh, d- you pop aw mint," imitating the mixer of lotions ; "1 want the real yellow boys -eagles or halves ; if you haint got them, give me specie. paying funds, I aint particular." "' My drah sa," said the pill dispenser, " I dent undo-stand you.a." " Why," said the countryman, annoyed at what he conceived to be the stupidity of the apothecary, " you are just-as stupid as bill Caldwcll's turkey. cock-and he was so stupid that he didn't know the difference between pavin' stonos and shelled born s hero is a newspaper [drawing it from his pocketJ that says money is a d:ug in this hero city. Now I'm in a kind o'saarl with my landlord, and I want a right strong dosa of it...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

PUNrSISMENT O TRANSPORTATION.-T1lt Recorder of London, in passing sentence of trans. portation on those prisoners who had been found guilty during the sessions, said he thought it right to call their attention, and through them thatof the. public, to the nature and extent of the punishment. The sentence of transportation did not merely effect a change from one country to another as formerly ; for, in addition, it was coupled with ,bard labour, severe privations, and penalties, which no Gover. nor of the colony had power to remit until they had served from four to eight years of punishment of the worse description, ie did sot wish to aggravate their sufferings. His reason for drawing their at tention to the subject arose from an erroneous im pression which prevailed, that transportation was merely a separation from their friends., When the full extent of the punishment becomes genIerally known, he felt satisfiet'that it would deter misny from the commission of crime.-Globe. SALE O? A...

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THE TRAVERSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

THE TIAVERSB RS. -o The following short sketches of the chief of the Repealers are extracted fronm the Liverpool Journal t " To give any biographical sketch of O'Connell would be a work of supererogation, for his life, parentage, and character, are known in all Europe. I may, however, state that he was called to the bar in the year 1798, and that the first public speech he ever made was at that time against the Union, which was about being carried by Castlereagh. He is at present in tho' 6llth year of his age, and sound, hale and healthy, as any ordinary man at fifty. He is of a very long-lived family. His grandfather lived to be 97, and his uncle, from whom he inherits a property of about £2000 a year, died at the age of 106. At the time he left off practice, his fee. book presented proof of an income of £?8000 a year. People are surprised what becomes of the O'Connell tribute, or why it is that he is not weal. thy ; but they know nothing of the enormous ex penses he has to encount...

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

-AG3NT S FOBR THUB OHRONIO LE. Goulburn, Mr. Carniey Launceston, Mr. J. W. Hay , r Bloulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. 3errim,? Mr, B. M'Mahon. .. Pattetion, Mr. J. O,Sullivan. . Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. u Pprt Phillip, Mr.J. Bulled Wollongoug, Mr. Thomrn Fow~ler : Bathurst, Mr. T.:Jones. Hobart.Town, Mr. John oegan'' ' Maitland, Mr. Hawksley Campbelltown, &a., Mr. M'Allster : Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy,' Penrith, Mr. James&M'Carlhy Jerry's Plaiis, Mr. J. J. H3?piu : Buongo la, Mr. Edward Hughic? Wollombi, Mr. Ziqbao l'Byryq Publishqd in %a fl U(Aed. Ksgdom by f Mr. Jones, 83, Paternoster-row,'.Lo,1don ' Mr, W." J. Battorsby, 5, Eseex.bridge ~Par?ia ment·stroet, Dublin . ' Bydnyy Pi'uted and PLubllsbd by MIOHAtl-BD'AIlt0Y c( . nridgeatreot, at th? Cl4rou?dle s t) O, 1]ndgrswret .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

BIRTH. On the 13th instant, at Cranbrook, Penrith, Mrs. James McCarthy of a daughter.    

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INDIGO. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

INDIGO. To the Editcrs of the Mafitland Mecrcury. GENTLEMEN-The letters from your talented correspondents Robin Goodfellow and Peter Simple, inserted in your valuable publications of the 16th and 29th June, are full of useful information and wholesome advice; and the colonists in general, but especially the cultivators of the Hunter River district, ought to consider themselves under the greatest obligations to those sensible and well meaning writers. I fear, however, they have gone a little beyond the mark in their anticipations of the favourable results to ie derived from the cultivation of tropicsal productions ; such, for instance, as INDro. I was once of their way of thinking myself, and at the time when l.Moreton Bay was thrown open, being convinced that the soil and climate were peculiarly adapted to the growth of indigo, sugar cane, cotton, &c., &c.; and being myself an indigo planter of twenty years standing, I wrote to my friends in England, who possess cons...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

AUSTRALIAN STATISTICS. How greatly this colony suffers from the want of correct statistical accounts of its geographical, geological, and geoponical features, and all its mighty and trans cendant capabilities of population, riches, and happiness, which are hidden from the eye of the British public, may be collected ifrom reading the following miserable and vulgar. farrago, which is put forth even by a reviewer as a description of this colony. It suffers, and has suffered too, from the extravagant panegyrics lavished on it whole sale, by writers of books,--bookmakers, who :seem:to send them forth-on the same prin ciple as the Jew did his razors, which when a buyer complained they would not shave, said, "O1 our razors are made to sell we don't 'care about the shaving part." ,So of these books-men and families-are attracted out by them, as to apais de cocagne, where men.need hardly work at all-wealth is to be had by just coming out to Aus tralia-then angry and disappointed, they write ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, JULY 18. The speaker took the chair at the usual hour. FINANOCIAL MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

THURSDAY, JULY 18, The speaker took the chair at, tle usual hour. Y INANOIAL ,nMINUTIr. , Mtr. Privato Secretary iAnxKa, presented to the -house.His Excellenoy's Financial Estimate, acom. pAoitd by the estdimates for we'ys and' niaull.fr 184 ;, a.nd two messages from lthu Governoor, one coutaloing the draft ofon asseessennt fur pollce pur poesa in country districts, the' other presuottug the project'r f a law to provide for the election of coun. illois forthbe distiicj council of Campbell Town. r r It., - . * . - ' t -=c, The CotLNIAL' SecarAnv laid upon tlhe:table certain returos, moved for by the hoen. me .berfot Sydney (M1r. Wentworth), and by the hoer s:member; for Cuimberland, (Mr?. Co?yper.) TLe returns were orderered to be p:inted, and to be referred to the grievance committee now sitting. -- .,r - -r. ,--"PIRIVILEH ? *!.-r..7 :.^'r - " 'irr . Mr. WrINDrsa moved that the speaker do leave the chair, and that the house do. resoave its'elftidlo a committee to consider the report...

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