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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

EPITOME OF 1-1OMS NEWS. Tus Great Globe House.— Our readers know that the centre of Lidfeester-squaaH is the spot fixed upon for the erection of a building lo receive Mr. Wyld's intended great globe. Af;er much difficulty, and ibe payment' of no lesa than £3000, the arrange ment of the ground is now completed. The build ing is to be of a circular form, 90 feet in diameter Corridors for promenades will surround it, and it is to have four covered approaches from the sides of the' snnnre. The external elevation at the s:des is proposed to be 20 feet high surmounted by a large bell-shaped roof of zinc. The building itself will be mainly of timber, the inner suiface of the globe ofplasttr of Paris, In the centre cf the globe will be a series of galleries four in number, constructed so as to enable visitors to see every portion of the model. These galleries, it is said, will afford accomodation for 1000 or 1503 persons at one time, and are to be approached by Bpiral staircases in the cent...

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THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE CASE. Dr. Fullerton has reason to bless ' the -glorious uncertainty of the Law;' he has thereby escaped the punishment justly due to his careless and highly culpable con duct in marrying a child to an artful and avaricious seducer. Few reflecting pei'sons, ? however, would wish to see a clergyman of any denomination sentenced to seven years transportation, though many an unfortunate fellow has suffered this penalty for a much lighter offence than that committed by the Doctor in aiding, though unwittingly, a foul conspiracy to rob a parent of his child and his property, by one and the same act. The trial, the exposure, the public reproba tion of this clergyman's proceedings in the case, — is, in a moral point of view, as severe and as painful a sentence as any that might be inflicted by the utmost rigour of the Law. And we trust that Dr. Fullerton and other clergymen, especially of the Pres byterian Church, will take a solemn warn ing from the recent proceedi...

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Literature. BEN-HEDER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

&iievatuve. BEN-HEDEE. I rambled away, on a festival day, From vanity, glare, and noise, To calm my 3oul, where the wavelets roll, In solitude's holy joys, By the lonely cliffs, whence the white gull starts, Where the clustering sea-pinks blow, And the Irish rose;, on the purple quartz Bends over the waves below. Where the ramaline clings, and the samphire swings, And the long laminari trails, And the sea-bird springs on his snowy wings To blend with the distant sails. I leaned on a rock, and the cool waves there PlashM on the shingles round : And the breath of Nature lifted my hair — Dear God ! how the face of Thy child is fair ! And a gush of memory, tears, and pray'r My spirit a moment drown' d. I bowed me down to the rippling wave — For a swift sail glided near — And the spray, as it fell upon pebble and shell, Received, it may be, a tear. For well I remember the festal days On this shore, that Hy-Brassil seemed — The friends I trusted, the dreams I dream' Hopes high a&a...

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"In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Liberias, in Omnibus Charitas" THE MOUNTAIN "OF GOLD." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Liberia s, in Omnibus Charitas.' THE MOUNTAIN ' OF GOLD.' The English papers lately informed us of the arrival in that country of the largest and most brilliant of diamonds, called par excellence, ' the Mountain of Light.' This most valuable of ' precious stones ' was brought as it were in state from India to England under charge of a ' Commission ' of distinguished officers, and laid at the feet of our gracious Sovereign, as a tribute worthy of her royal acceptance. The illus trious Victoria was, no doubt, highly pleased at finding this invaluablo ' gem ' in her possession. But we are much mis taken if the recent discovery of what may, not inaptly, be termed the mountain ' of Gold' in her Majesty's Australian Posses sions, does not produce more pleasurable and more exquisite emotions in her Royal bosom, than those experienced on receiving the far famed ' diamond ' referred to above. yTfois unheard-of mass of one hundred pjunds weight of 'Gold' lat...

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LINES SUGGESTED BY A LATE TOTAL ABSTINENCE MEETING IN THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

LINES SUGGESTED BY A LATE TOTAL ABSTINENCE MEETING IN THIS INTERIOR. (From the Standard of Tasmania. ) There is a spirit gaining ground, Both lovely and divine ; 'Tis marching all the world around To quench the fire of wine. Where'er it shows its benign front It meets with proud success, And those who taste its crystal font Have cause the draught to bless. Both young and old wish more to find The inflnence of its charms ; And find a friend for ever kind, Within its shielding arms. J. R.

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[?]lestical Intelligence. RIGHT REV. DR. MAGINN, COADJUTOR BISHOP OF DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

[?] 1UGHT REV. 'DR. MAGINN, COADJUTOR BISHOP OF DERBY. CFrom the Catholic JJireci ry.j _ _ The gifted, the virtuous, the learned, and the . patriotic -Dr. Maginn, is lost to religion, to letters, and to tiis country ! , ? n Dr. Maginn was born in 1707, m Eintona, Co. Tyrone, and was nephew to the great Dr. Slevin, the professor of Divinity in Foreign Colleges, and for several years before his decease at Maynooth. The deceased Prelate was educated at the Irish College at Paris, where he highly distinguished himself by the brilliancy 01 jus aaiueimuuaicu. „ was one of the remarkable events ot his valuable life, that he was the first Irish student who went to Paris after the French Revolution ot that era. Returned' to Ireland, he entered the sacred priest hood, and greatly distinguished himself, with five other clergymen,' in the famous discussion at Deny. He was soon appointed Pastor of Buncrana, where, even to his death, he resided in his beautiful cot tage, on Lough Swilly, amidst t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

A*uTtbalasia'n steaj navigation company. ORIGINAL CAPITAI,, 4000 Shares of £20 each, with power to increas to £500,000. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ftobert Campbell, Esq., Chairman, Thomas Ware Smart, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Henry Armitage, Esq., John G-ilchrist, Esq., John Eales, Esq., and Wm. Eanken Scott, Esq. MANAGER. James Patterson, Esq. THE STEAM SHIPS. Tons. H.P. Tforra Yarra (Iron) ... 500 200 Building Waratah (ditto) .... 350 140 Ditto Shamrock (ditto) ? 322 100 G. Gilmore, Com Thistle (ditto) ? 275 100 W. Mulhall, ditt. Rose (ditto) ? 275 100 ? 'ditto Eagle (ditto) .......... 234 80 J. J. Warner, ditto Tamar (ditto) ? 200 60 C. Payne, ditto Brisbane (Iron) .... 80 35 Building, Are appointed to sail between Sydney and the Port; of the Australasian Colonies as advertised in tin local newspapers, and as may be learned at tin Offices of the Company in Sydney, and at those o: She undermentioned Agents of the Company, viz ; Mr. James Taylor, and Mr. John Anlaby, Morpeti; i Mr. J. H. Hou...

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CATHOLIC PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

CATHOLIC PROSPECTS. (From the Rambler \) Surely the conversion of England must be nearer than we have been accustomed to think. If it is not so, how can we account for the storm of wrath with which the mind of the Protestant public has been shaken by the re- Christianising of England? The raging'terror which has agitated so large a portion of the middle and upper classes of English society is more than a mere periodical panic. It is something different from those popular agitations which have been so frequent in the history of this country. It cannot be attributed solely to the stimulus of newspaper articles, or to the influence of the Anglican clergy, or to a regard for the spiritual supremacy of the Queen, or to a sense of affronted nationalism, or to a stupid confounding of the temporal with the spiritual rights of the secular power, or to the old vulgar dread of Popery and per secution, or to the commanding tone of the official language employed by his Holiness and by Car dinal ...

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THE POPE IN 1808 AND THE ENGLISH IN 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

THE POPE IN 1808 AND THE ENGLISH IN 1850. The following article has gone the round of the the continental papers. It appeared first in the Univcrs- : — 'Everyone know3 that Pius VJL suffered a lohg-and'cruel persecution, but few are conversant ..with the cause. Bonaparte had declared war .against the English : besides .the continual block ades, he had organised a powerful league against .this nation, in which all the powers of Europe 'entered. Our only sovereign refused to take part iin it— the common Father of the Faithful : he did ^not think it permitted'tor him. to make war against any portion, of his children, even though they had torn his heart by plunging into heresy. The earnest solicitations of Bonaparte were futile; Pious Vll. resisted alike his promises and his threats.- ? Napoleon was determined to vanquish this resistance ; he pretended to see nothing but bravado in what was the . accomplishment of a sacred duty. Pius VII. declining to enter _ the .lfiatnie. was to the n...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. 24 Th Vigil of S. James, O.S.B., S. Juliana, v. de Ealc: from 19th June, d. 25 F S. James, ap. d , 2nd class. 26 Sat S. Anne, d.m. 27 S 7th after Pentecost. 23 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 S. Ignatius, conf. d. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1851.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the 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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THE WINE MERCHANT AND THE GOBBLER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

THE WINE MERCHANT AND THE GOBBLER. A poor cobbler lived next door to a retail wine-seller, who, the better to draw the sows out of the pockets of his neighbours, put up a splendid gilt sign, with the names oi Ite most famous wines upon it at full length Now, this was a terrible temptation to we cobbler, who, however, the better resisted it, as he did not know how to read. But no* content with the gilt sign, the wine-seller had two bunches of ripe, tempting grap'i painted to the life, ar.d just beneath vvo aoblets running-over with wine, inis » readable, and the poor cobbler's mouUv watered ; but at first it only watered. . » was, however, in vain to resist, for he towa himself every moment trying to nndsom excuse for turning his eyes toward h neighbour's shop, and at last m he goes. ' Four sous can't kill a body,' thought he, and two tumblers full of wine were soon under his jacket. So it was the next day, and the next,' and the next ; but one day he happened to have no money. ' So,...

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THE AUTIBIOGRAPHY OF A LONDON SURGEON. he incidents are all narrated as they actually transpired.] MESMERISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

THE AUT1 BIOGRAPHY OF A LON DON SURGEON. [ he incidents are all narrated as they actually tran spired,] Mesmerism, 'I do not believe a word about it,' said I, ' as in 184 — this subject was the furore of London gossip, and wherever I went, among friends or patients, the query was, ' well, what do you think, doctor, of mes merism V I fear the incessant continuance of this question almost made me rude to more than one lady, as I often replied ' It is all humbug and charlatanism, I do not believe a word about it, and I would warn you against the imposture of ivi'Yernon, and the other quacks who are thriving out of the plunder they gain by their deception.' Well, one day 1 was visiting a lady near to Chelsea Hospital ; while I wa3 admiring her pretty babe, and hearing and detailing all the incidents of the day, a friend of hers came in, and sitting down on the bed side, began to narrate to me the symptoms of an illness from which she had long suffered, and which was of an acutely painfu...

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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 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- streets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta Btreet, and Mr. Thomas MuEncroc, Grocer, Sussex street, Market Wharf.

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REFORM YOUR LAWYER'S BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

REFORM YOUR LAWYER'S BILLS. (From Punch.') Notwithstanding the movement in favour of cheap law, and the conversion of the oalace court into a police-station — in which form it discharges the expiratory function of helping to check roguery, instead of to en courage it — notwithstanding the appearance of the Turk's head as enlightenment among the webs and cobwebs of Chancery, there are still many dark recesses of legal chica nery — the word chancery is evidently a cor ruption of chic-anery — into which reform has yet to penetrate. The administration of the effects of deceased person is one of those barbarisms that are still permitted to exist under the name of law, whose sanction en ables certain persons called Registrars and Surrogates to take very large slices of very small properties. The very name of Sur rogate seem s to imply supererogation, and the items of the charges connected with him are quite characteristic ; for he is, according to a bill recently published in the Times, p...

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THE GREAT PROTESTANT PANIC. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

THE GREAT PR.OT.ES I ANT PANIC {From the Nottingham Review.) Of all the remarkable events by which tils current century, so prolific in occurrences out of the- ordinary course of human affairs, has been distinguished, perhaps the most re markable of all, and one which will excite the wonder, and pity, and contempt of pos terity, beyond that of any other, is the great Protestant Panic which is at present, raging through this realm of England. It is like nothing, whieb/ has gone before; it—nor, in all probability,, will anything to compare with it- .ever follow after It is sui 'generis alike in. morals, in religion, and rationalism. Talk of monetary panics— of commercial panics — rof railway panics — of seasons, of any description, when men had lost' all con fidence in whatever before afforded them hope, confidence, and security,-— and they all dwindle into insignificance compared with the Protestant Panic. For a panic it is, in the strictest sense of fehe word. An uncle« lined and un...

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LION HUNTING BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

LION HUNTING BY NIGHT. (From the Courrier de I Europe ) Jules Gerard, the renowned lion slayer, gives the following account of a lion hunt by night, as conducted by himself in the wilds of Africa : — ' Having learnt while at Bone that a large old lion was committing great ravages in the neighbourhood of the camp of Dreau, I caused my arms to be brought from Ghelma, and set forth in search of him. Arrived within a half a league of the haunt of my beast, I learned that he had for the past thirty years made the Zebel-Krounega his domicile ; I was also informed that every evening, upon the going down of the sun, he roared as he quitted his haunt, and when night fell descended into the plain still roar ing loudly. A recontre appearing inevitable, I immediately loaded the two pieces 1 had brought with me ; I had scarcely done so when I heard the lion roaring from the mountain. My host having volunteered his company as far as the pass, I gave him one of my firelocks and we set forth. The n...

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THE CATHEDRAL OF CASHEL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

THE CATHEDRAL OF CASKEL. ( From the Catholic Vindicator.) Cashel, once the royal seat and metropolis of Munster, in which one of the earliest Irish synods was held by St. Patrick, St. Ailbie, and St. Declan, and at which St. Kiaran assisted, is situated ninety-eight miles from Dublin, in the parish of St. Patrick's Rock (which includes that of Hore Abbey), and in the barony of Middlethird, county Tipperary. It is still the seat of an arch bishop, governed by a mayor, recorder, arid bailiff, and returns one member to the Im perial Parliament ; the patronage having been formerly in the Pennefather family. The population of the whole parish has been returned in 1824 as 10,565 persons, and its number of houses as 1839. The parish of Hore Abbey has compounded to the tithe composition at £166 3s. Id. The present cathedral is a modern struc ture of great beauty, but the ruins of the ancient church, which only come within the province of this article, are situated on the summit of the Rock ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Six-pence each number, 6s. per Quarter, or£l 4s. per annum, to be paid in advance, TBRMS OF ADVERTISING. The terms of advertising are, for each insertion:— ; s. d. : For the Brat inch ? - ' ? 0 For every additional inch - ' ' . Advertisements must be forwarded to tne Office, No, 70, Castlereagh- street, not later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday. All orders for alterations must be sent by 2 p.m. on Tuesday. It is necessary Advertisements should specify on them the numDer of insertions required, as otherwise they will con tinue to be published until countermanded. Births, marriages, and deaths will be inserted on the subjoined terms : when forwarded by a s u acriber, free r ndn- subscribers, the charge will »e». Printed ;and Published by James Cosgrovb, for ««« Proprietors, at The Freeman's JoUR^uth in ing We, No. 70, Castlereagh- street Sou^.n the city of Sydney, New South WaleB.-lhJrso y, July 24, 1S51.

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COUNTRY AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide ? Mr. Michael D'Arcy. Appin~Mr. John Dwyer. Bathurst — Mr. James S. Freeman. Belfast. — Mr. C. Middleton. Berrima— Mr T. D. O'Sullivan, Brisbane — Mr. Haynes. Bungadore — Mr. John Dwyer. Browlee — Mr. W11, Doherty. Brisbane Water— Mr. Chas. Treanor. Campbelltown — Mr. G. Plunkett. Concord — Mr. John Clancy. Cooma, Manaroo. — Mr. A. Montague. East Maitland — Mr. Thomas Ashton. Geelong — Mr. John Mansfield. Goulburn —Mr. C. Fitzpatrick. Hartley — Mr. E. Moriarcy. Hobart Town and Richmond, Van Diemen's Land, Mr. Thomas Bensley. Ipswich. — Mr. Peter Dwyer. Jamberoo and Kiama Mr. Thomas Hanly. Kissing Point — Mr. James F. Stanley. Liverpool — Mr. Thomas Cahil. Launeeston — Mr. James Madden. Maneroo.- Mr. Dugald M1 Donald, Bambuls Melbourne — Messrs. Cregin and Moore, Book sellers. Newcastle.— Mr. John Rogers. Parramatta — Mr. John Joseph Mullholland. Penrith — Mr. Michael M'Namara. Picton— Mr. P Hynes. Portland Bay. — Mr. Richard Dowley. Richmond and Kurajong — M...

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