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SAM SLICK'S OPINION OF THE COLONIAL POLICY OF GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

SAM SLIOK'S OPINIOŽN OF THE OJL'JNIAL POLICY SOF. GREAT BRItIAIN. -o "Your long acquaintance with the provinices, at d familiar intercourse with the people,' sais Lord Stanley, ' must have made you quite at horne on all colonial topics.' ',I thought so. once?' sail i; but I don't think .so now no more, sir.' ' Why, how is that V. sals he. ' Why, sir,' sais I-, 'you'" can-hpld a book so near your eyes asi not to be able6 to road a word of it hold it off fuibher and get the right focus, and you can read beautiful. Now the sight distance to see the colony, and know alli about it, is England.' Three th'ousand' miles is the right focus for a political spy glass. A man lthin' here, and who never was out of England, knows twice as' much about the provinces as I do.' ' Oh,'you are joking,' said.- he. '.Not a bit of it,' sais I - I find folks here that not only knows everythiog about them countries, but have no doubts upon any matter, and ask no questions; in fact, they not only know more th...

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

-'The Mornfing Chronicle" is' published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is exteiisively circuldied ithroighouts Newo outh Wales, Van Diemei'saLand, South Australia, NiewZeal4nd-; and India;' and in Englantd, Scotland, and Irelaid.- .?eQuarters end on the 31stZ.March, 30th ,Tune, 3Qth September, and 31st December; at Which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the aiount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of/insertions requirrd;' otherwise they ;are contiiued till countermanded. d Orders to di?cinitinue or alter advertisements.must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday;, but new advertisements are received till six b'clock on the evening before publicatlon.-All. instructions mustbe given in wriliag, and all ,letters post paid. O UR Subscribers'in the Districts of Braidwood, '.Bungadore, Goulburn, Guazing, Gundaroo, Qiieanbeydn, ;and Yass, ,are py ii cilarly reqzuested not to pay Blenry Tho...

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

THE PEEL MINISTRY. - Tii flrrt miiil?linte coffin o'f the Peel ministry is struck at last. Like Caiphas, heo:without knowing the |reason why, was a true' prophet, 'when he said the difficulty of his administration would be. Ireland. But it will be more than the difficulty, it.iill" be its fate-its downfall-its utter over throw.,and discoinfiture';, that is, as a con servative or orange-backing administration. Orange-backing, and landlord-backing, and Bishop-backing, and tithe-lbacking, and grand.jury -cess- backing administrations will) do no..longer for. Ireland-a total change of measures is indispensable ' to' any ministry :'Ireland is too great a'natiodn to be' traunpled ,inder . thlo''iron 1 hoof of. a faction. Toryism. will give its. last gasp with -the Peel cabiriet- ' And w\rb it falud, it fall5 like i .o.fer, , Neverto holp againl . Poor' Peell dying' 's' he is fdr' fanie, (of fortunele lie hae'nougli outtbf 'the Calicoes) to. give ? eclat. to. the earldom, ,which, no doubt,...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1844; [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

ORNI tNG CHRONICLE. SATURDAY,. JULY'?,120, 1844.... S lie lust and fear not: L'et all the enis thou aim'st at be thy country's, -. .Thy Ood's, andtruth's." ., , , ., akpeare. . EDUCATION' Ix our last; we. gave,an opinion on govern mental, and. mixed,. scholis,, and. on .their working ,.a~.rog, sompa of,,the, continental nations, particu1arlyr Prussia,.,where above most'others theyhave'been lauded as some thiig 'perfect'b ut whdre, acc?rding to .the mdst'inipartia andlatejt'ccounts, they have been, so far as to the promotion of morality aid Yirtue, a complete failure nl,- ation in: Europe; except .perlhaps Sweden, being in w., worse .,state in those respects, than Prussia. ? .'' The able writer, some portion of whose education'al principles we combated,'havii said",' there, are others wo insist that pare mathematics. ?hiavo ·some- .particula~ i con= nexion, with pure religioni "so "that they cannot be separately stiudied a ,without sa crilege.-It is . with the ltter. class opf oppone...

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OBITUARY OF THE NOBILITY AND ARISTOORACY FOR 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

OBITUARY. OF THE NOBILITY AND ARIBTOORAOY FOR 1843. -o Amongat the moat important events connected with the past year may be enumerated the great number of deaths which have taken place in tlist class of society `termed the aristocracy of the country. Many of those who have played promi nent parts on this world's stage have departed. Amongst them we find a prince of the royal blood His Royal Highness the Duke of Susaex. The Dukes of Manchester and Dorsei. The Marquis of.Wincheaterr Earls - De Reede, De : Ginkell, Athlones Abergavenny, Hopetoun, Coventry, Glasgow,'aod Plymouth. Viscounts-Ferrard, and Hinton the'ejdeat son of Earl Houlett, Lorida- Duffs, Abercromby, the son of Sir Ralph Aliercromby I Forbes (General); Fitzgerald and Vesol Robert; Ker, Rodney, Lynedocbh, and Inverary, the eldest: son of the Earl of Kintore. Baironets-J. Heaketh; C. B.,Codringtou, J. P. Murray, F. Sykes, ''. W. .Vaughan, A. K. Jackson, E. Synge, M. Wood, J. Shaw, R. Fitzwygram, J. Gordon, and J. W. Macn...

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SKETCHES OF PUBLIC CHARACTERS. SIR HUDSON LOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

8IlC?TOHES OF PUIBL1O CIIARtA0TEES. ( -o- u SBIt hUDSON LOWiB. Twenty-three years after theodeath of the Empe. ror Napoleon, the Governor of Sr. Helena is called i away from this life, in which, as the jailor of the greatest man the world ever saw, he acted a con spicuous part. Why is it that Sir Hudson Lowe is sure of being remembered in connexion with the name of Napoleon I Because men will ever believe that from his hands and through his means b indignities were attempted to be inflicted upon greatness, genius, and glory, such as were never u before combined in one human being, and we may ti safely affirm can never be seen again. The Emperor Napoleon had been the enemy of 0 England ; the fair, open, avowed enemy. We have h treated with him as " the chosen chief" of a great a nation, when victory had overshadowed him with laurels. We had recognised him as the ruler of France, and when a base libeller in this country assailed him, the power and the majesty of the t English law were...

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

LPUBL 5IC M1EID NG of the LOYAI' AUSTRA4LIAN, REPEAL ASSOCIA!ION held a Mr. Piiick Reyn~oldbs "Coach and Hioris" Inn, Church-street, Parramatta, on the 4th July: Mri Daniel Ccnghlen inmthe Chair: ca$, -.+. 1 The followiog Subscripiionsrwere rcceived;,: s Mr.,.James Gammel,Tipperary,..... .. ., 2 ,:6, 'RichardDooghe'ty. qounty.DublinQ , 2 . Francis Cailahuen Cork C o r k - . ' ...:0 2 6 SlqBiriiird M'Ma?is,Couoty Feimaughe0i 5''0'O SMichael, Murphy,.Newry.'..*.,.. 0,i.5·1 % ,. mes cardiff, Counoy Klde......0 Thobma; Connor, Dublin ........ 2b 'Dennis Oahilr'r1ee.... .... . 0. 0 = Poirick Quigley* Dublin ? ?...:i .. 0. 6.0 i eter Cardiff,:County .Kildtreo..... 0 2 FHenry G nderton, Brnriiibas .... 2 ¢'2 ', "John IEiglish, County Wat 'rford.'?"-?' 0 33'1O i St:Willimni Brady, Dublin ..osc.d e..g 0 (ý. Michael Kearey, Cork . .... . :.... ..0 ,-l ,, Iamq; Smith , D.blin,..... .. 6 'John Csllaghan,Cork ....C.k...vi 0a&i9O S (Charles Daly,.Cork......... • ..-.?, 1?. Q. Thomas Brasd...

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A PILGRIM OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

A PILGRIM OF NATURE. Fnou TA1T's MIAOAZINB. You boast of the grandeur orcities in vain, To one who loves valleys, wild mountains, and plain: Bave you beauties to vie with the river and rill ? Have you fragrance, like morning's, on heath and on bill ? Ohl a Pilgrim of Nature for ever I'll be Your city's too stifling and narrow for me. ill yoen match me the lamps of some festival fine, With the gems on night's mantle, so pure and divine? Will you minister musio, devotion to form, Like the voice of the forest that sings to the storm? Oh! a Pilgrim of Nature forever I'llbe Your city's too stilling and narrow for me. Have you curtains like evening? Can you find hair oreyo like the cloud of the thunder, or'smile of the sky ? Have you clothes like the liliuesT Like the night winds a kiss? Or language like summer's pure anthem of bliss ? Oh! a Pilgrim of Nature for ever I'll be Your city's too stifling and narrow for me. Keep your gold.moulded manslons, let Pomp have his seat, To give him a...

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SELECT POETRY: [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

SELECT POETRY: * As tlo' grea: human famnily is composed. of many individuals, each witl,;fhat3ires~ though like, yet diflerent from"all otlieis, which in itself is a miracle of omnipotentwis dom, so that of the 800 millions of human beings who inhabit the earth, no two are ex actly alike-so of minds: what pleases one does not another-what delights the refined scholar, an uneducated man may regard as veritable nonsense. However as the duty of a Journalist is not only to know, but as far as possible to cater for, and gratify the tastes of all, by variety; we, having very frequently given poetical pieces of a different nature, shall, in the hope of affording a slight relaxation from severer studies to men of literary habits and taste, give occasional extracts from a very ele gant and delightful volume, the .drundines Cani, (Reeds of the Cam) collected by Mr. Drury, of which the reviewer says "every page is set with pearls of'beauty-every leaf glitters with' Heliconiani dew." "THE OLD ...

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Supreme Criminal Court. THURSDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

t iurcm e erlituauual QortUt.'v: + >..,_a..,TTURSDAY,JULY.18, -.;L .? -?:i . Before Ho iopo;jMr:;Justice a'Becket, :: r- 'WiAiBMAMrA'1Ao£TORYsY a biaas"ý H ';t lThbe' defendants Buelii7larme, ~aid H-qeailtin buirng appeared in court, : - ->1 .t:,, .I. '" 1 His Honor said, ihst a'motion with ference to these defendants hiaviri been'madeon adormer day beiore'Mr. 'Juistisce Stephen, tat ilearned ige hid prepared a declilotjwhifch he(M. uitipo'Beckett) would now' read. His liH?or then read the jqdg. ment in question, , which Yiio"I!healowng effect -"1 I have coniisred this 'i4te?r'hha?~ oked iqto the authorities bestib'i o;'thed'ekil?etoi'"?$~ I am of opinion, that th 'ao oi t'ott i this were meye conlm of g! ae livevy.' Iilibsi not doubt its power),-.toi ite he'l v gi silt to nasances are, in effect, hdeloie dto leirt 'bo oasy aetually rende? tlidm into di~iodyjI" 1dii'time. Tsp,1question is, whethetr eny'of th:iQeeoi':sub. jerts, howeverlmuch o~ juritiy ihipditel(if thd fact tp ...

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Original Poetry. LINES TO THE MEMORY OF THE REV. THOMAS M'CARTHY, WHO DIED AT PARRAMATTA ON THE 26TH JUNE, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 July 1844

rfitlnalt Uloetrf. c- LINES TO THE MEMORY OF THE REV. THOMAS M'CARTHY, WHIO DIED AT PARRAIMATTA ON THE 26th JUNE, 1844. "Fildelis servus et prudens quem constituit. Dominus super familiam suam," There is a knell that marks the fatal hour, And deeply tolls when virtuous souls depart; 'Tis not the knell that sliakes thle time.worn tower; No,'tls the deep pulsltion of the heart. Sllent, yet mighty in the lournuor's part, There is a mournful colour that can speak, Neor strongly than the sable weeds we seek, To tell our anguish for thie Mfrend we loved. 'Tis the cold paleness of the changeless cheek, Cold as the heart it mourns; save when a tear Warm fom the weeping eye shall talckle near And bathes it for a momelt. These though weak Are eloquent in words of woe to say, ?doving, though silent, powerful though meekt flow much we loved toe flend now passed away. And these have mourned for thee I and many a heart Has throbbed and deeply struck thy funeral knell; And many a cold pale cheek w...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

July 20.-For Guam, the barque GeorgetoU!a, Boll, with part of'griginal cargo. ' 20.- For New Zealand, the brig Guide, -Adams. Passengers-AMessrs. J. J. Peacook, J. S. Pencock,.t Belt. aud.i' More. 20..=-ior.Moretou Bay, the teaumer. Sovereign, Capo, with auunriss. '21;lFor Boyd, Town; the t Y.S. Wanderer, Tallaq,: P4ssenger-,i. B. Boyd , 1, -- For Aups ln4. tle .schooner Terrbr, Menzies,. with sundries. Passengers-- Mr. ilt. Aborcrumbil, Mr. Mrs. and. Master: Parker; Mr W. a;icheltl,; ?r. Donald, l1Luno, anud Mr. A S2'1.-For. Bjyd, Towut? to sichooner Edward, 'l'allaui,.With suhdries, Passengers?-Mi V. Vothebh, Mr. I''.. MLLoay, lMr..J, Cole, Mr.,D. MaiIyow, eqd Mr. J, blitchal

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

SOOaUPATION LIOENSES.' At Eleven o'clock of Thursday;,the '22nd ;day of August, next,. will be' put up.:to auilao, t rthe police office, Bathurst,, the, lisenses to occupy; under the Uegulatlons of 21atAuiguast; 1841, the following portions;of land for one year fromn the lest day of September, 1844. '!.: Further, information ýrespeoting :the land may be obtained from theServeyor General ! and respect. ing" the conditions from the Colonial Treasuer, rand at the police oaite of th~, di?ril?t. "- 'The upset price of eacic lot is " paer section " ' of 640 acres, 9. Bathurst, 640 acera, parish nonamed fat ,Bruian. 10. Bathurst, 640 acres, pariah unnamed, _at Couracenne. 11 King, 640 acres,, parish uinnamed, noear Bra. 12 King,' 640 are'a, pariah unnametd,h d near Bramah. .... -13 Kiig, 1000 acres, paris?h unnamed, 2 ,miles south'of Kemb?lir.? . 14. +Westmoreland,- 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Brisbane IValley . i "' , J r By his Excellency's Command,' i E. DEAB.THOMSON.

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

* OCOUPATION LICENSES' . At`' Eleven o'dcock f Thiimday,, ihh d2oud, day, ,of Augus nest, will be "pul up' to,auction, wt the police ollice Goulburn, thie ticense to occupy, ntdet the liegplftiond of thie l2st August, 18041, the fnllowing portion of Isud for one year Irom the lst day of Seltemher, 1841. For'her information respecting the' land may he cbhained from the Survryor General; and respectin the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, and at the police office of the district. Upset price £5 per section of 640 a-ees. 6. Argyle, 640 acres, pariah unnamed, near lhlullengultengo g at the'head of Limestone Creek By his Ea:ellence's Command,? E. DEAS THOMSON.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

At a great meeting of Catholics hold in Londun. July 15, 1839, on the question of public education, the hon. C. Langdale in the chair, .che following resolutions were passed by acclamation:- Movod by Mr. i'hiUJIp Jones of Llaunrth, and seconded by M r. Moearthy .--' that considering ,the mauifost and manifold advantages of education .to all claeses .and rank. In the state,. we- highly applrove of a graut of public' money out of the pruduce of the public revenuee, fur tho oreutluet of achuols and the promotiuun of knuwlodgo Oueonget the universal pouplo." Moved by dbr. Dillon Browno, M.P., and seconded by Mlr. i'pble of .Woodloy.Lqdge s ,' 'That as such grant would titus be Oado Otut of , fund arising frontm tie cnntributions of all c:aus?o and plersuasions, it is the plaint and manifest right of every class and persansion to participato in the. ratio of their nusmbiers and wants, in the:benefitn of such grant." - - Moved.by the Rev Mr Fisk and seoonded b the Rev Mr lHarrington: -'' ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

IMPOUSDIflGB. In the lydlney Pound, 14th Jtly, 1844 : One ,lgh.t bay .Timor :mare, aged, with a dark bay filly foal, no brand on eilher. It not claimed within 1i days Isom this date, they will be sold. A' North Richmond, 6th July, 1844: One rid poley steer, nea: ear cut, no brand visible. One red'and `while steer, branded on the of' rump with two letters illegible. One red,?,iley cuy, branded B near rump,a red a-d white eifer calf by her aide, no brand visible. One whilte cow, yellow ears, branded M' near vump. ,..,t:A I the' hove cattle are pet released within 21 dats from thbis date, tney.will be sold. I t Parran atta, on the 9.h July,- from the Dog, Trap} ..:, - One black and white cow, goat hosns, branded appaiently JCt on ofI hip. . ie iwhite cow, red wars, branded apparently O on.near hip, apparently (H) or M on fl.shoulder, hbut not legi' e. bo "iblock brown and white cusd, no brand legs b !lwithi a red male calf, /bite lace, about one mornth old, by her side. If not clashed ...

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TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. J. J. THERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

TESTIMONIAL t) THE it.V.'J. J. TIERR?Y. The meeting held in , the Argyle' fioons.r'on Mlonday eveuijig, w ts attended by about 200 gen tlemen, includietg Christians of every denomination Mr. lt-ichenolerg having been nominated to the chlsir, read tt.e resolution adopted by the committee, and briefly opened, the business. Mr, J. Morgan (who had been appointed secrs. tJry to the committee of management) entered into a s!arement of the proceedings httherto adopted, and rtad a letter from T:G. Gregson, Esq., M.L C., dated Risdon, July 7, addressed to Air. O'Su!llvan, chairmvn ul.tul committee, in reply to anspphlcaio?' to the lion. ~onlen'ai that he would take the' chalr en the occasion, Mir. Gregs'tn's letter expresied hus Ie feci co; ccurrence in the ojects for whtch tee meelnag were abut to assemble, and avowed his deep regret that illness pre:eated him from accepting the invitatton to preside, whicht he coosidered '! a proud' "and flattering 'datinoction." Mr. Morgan thein read an a...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

N-thK.J ULLKUUOul1U1UAL Taiui.s; " WUAION .0V ?II3 X11B11MO113TNM8 fi.. M. N. K. WINDI. 'KD NNVJAT...JULY 17160160641 N.E. IClear TIIUrJAY ........ 18161 .011 .1I. DItW 1 I .......... 10 60 10118 N.. IJtuo NATUJA r......... 1h) 60 04 00 N.H. Dlito SUNAV.......... 21. i 864 6J 8.W. . I elr MUntlUA,.... ".... , 68t041a 61 8.14.. Iliuo A 38La jUrOgt, 66?, 0. -. r

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Port Phillip Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

* NISVIU G2LL'DhAND AND HsesS.-TIShe (o N. * n in Creiting IiuliMIvU of the dsisi, Lf tloso uo5ur5 j·: aislte.trsi~lrrs has betoftur. dlaed us ty &%l r. Jutilg $,l1sn, baoaleytu tbo aciust disouvi lair tfi a r t [ou Sr 1h Cs hIbrand. Nhr. Jslhza A Io..e.slutnmuol is bit onlyy Illululy corrobourativ of that ot hsis hr.thsr, its jj qpppired in aecua tiuuttnusr of thlis jounl,. 1151 vualaiuls t uy bd{Ihttlta Isshttularrra but y I p-hlilshed, which cannot fail .to prove highly inter itring to our readers,. We give the onrra'ive almo t Ia Mr. Allan's own words,. About two years and a half- ago the Mlessr. Atlain lotk possession of a station at the mouth of the liver II. pkirs, wh'ch is about twenty miles to the eastward of- Port Fairy.' They lihad na t Lern long in possession, before they were informe d by the blacks that about three )ears from that tirre, there had heen a white man killed at.a place salied B.arra"i(a river about filfetn miles to the westward of Cape'Otway,:which...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 July 1844

..O.. stlie nttt Ga stte. -0 FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1844. , LOCCUPATION LICENSES. At Eleven o'clock of Thursday, the 22nd day of August next, the Colonial Treasurer will put up to auction, at tho Colonial Treasury in Sydney, thi licenses to occupy, under the regulations of the 21st of August, 1841, the following portions of land, for one year, from the lat dayof September, 1844. Further information respecting the lands, may be obtained from the Surveyor General; and re-. pecting the conditions, from the Colonial Treasurer. ' The upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres. 13, Camden, 1060 acres, pasash unnamed, near Bullio, commencing at the north west corner of a measured portion of 820 acres. "14. Camden, 1000 acres, parish unnamed, near Berrima, about 10 miles west of Berrima." 15. Westmoreland, 960 acres; parish- unnamed, near Coplung, about 5 miles south east of Coolung. J6. Camden, 959 acres, parish unnamed, near the Bonnum Peak. 17. St. Vincent, 1200 acres, parish unnam...

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