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Ceclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

(&nU&imtittil lxitz\li%mcz Death of Bishop Flaget. — The Right Rev. Joseph Flaget, who was consecrated in 1810, first Catholic Bishop of Louisville, died in that city on the 11th March last, in the 87th year of his age. — Irish American. Secessions from the Church of England. — The Rev. Francis Balston, M.A., Student of Christ Church, Oxford, and perpetual curate of Bensington, Oxford— together with his curate, the Rev. William Scratton, M.A., also Student of Christ Church College, iiave seceded from the ministry of the Anglican Church, and re tired from Bensington. Mrs. Wootton, the widow of the late etninet and lamented Dr. Wootton, of Oxford, has also quitted the Church and joined the Roman Catholics, at Dorchester. — Church and State Gazette. Nuns in Cambridge. — After a period of more than 300 years, nuns are again stationed in the university town of Cambridge. On Monday, 11th March, the schools of the Roman Catholic Mission were re-opened under the superintende...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. . It is neoessary that the writers of all communications should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although thia information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a, guarantee of their being genuine. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our paper. F. R. Guoning . . . .050

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(To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

(To the Editors of the freeman s Journal.) Gentlemen,— I observe in your paper of the 28th, notice of the presentation by Mr. Moor, of a petition from the southward, relative to certain measures which the petitioners wish to see put in force to prevent, or to destroy that scourge of the flock, catarrh. As ? „ ? „:„„ nt ;nLrn.Di!xn nn thia (ti\ thfi sheen-ownerl allimpor tant subject should be made public, I take the liberty of drawing your attention to the fact, that a remedy for this disease has been discovered by Mr. James Magnor, a settler and sheep-owner in the vicinity of Hartley, who, having had a flock of ewes infected in the early part of last year, and succeeded in saving his whole flocu. less some 18 or 20 head. I remember seeing Mr. Magnor's adver tisement in, I think, the Herald~and subsequently Mr. M. showed to me letters from many sheep-owners requesting his recipe, which was freely given. I do not feel that any apology is necessary for trespassing on your space on a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Fivepence each number, 5b. per Quarter, or £1 per annum, to be paid in advance. TBHMS OF ADVERTISING. The terms of advertising are, for each insertion : — b. d. For the first inch ? J ... . 2 6 For every additional inch ? 1 0 Advertisements must be forwarded to Mr. J. Moore, Printer and Publisher, George- street, between Park and Bathurst-streets, not later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday. All orders for alterations must be sent by 2 p m. on Tuesday. It is neeessary Advertisements should specify on them the number of insertiona required, as otherwise they will continue to be published until countermanded. Births, m&rriagcs, and deaths will be inserted on the subjoined terms s when forwarded by a subscriber, free ; non-subacribers, the charge will be Is. Printed by Jeremiah Moore, in Wooloomooloo street, in the city of Sydney, New South WaleB, for the Proprietors, and Published by the 8«d Jeremiah Moore, George-street, in the City...

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THE CLERGYMEN'S DISQUALIFICATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

THE CLERGYMEN'S DISQUALIFICATION BILL. We are no advocates for the admission of clergymen of any denomination into Legislative Assemblies, especially in times and places when and where their services are so much required in the discharge of the duties peculiar to their sacred office, as must be the case in all new colonies. We think, however, that the introduction ot this Bill, under the present circumstances, bears too much the appearance of a personal and invidious charac ter If carried into law it must be inoperative for some time to come, and will not probably, in the end, ^ecerve the Royal sanction. Hence the attempt at legislating on the subject is a loss of public time, and the mooting ot the question is not likely for the present to produceany practical effect. It is well known that in the United States clergymen are ineligible to a seat in Congress or in any of the state legislatures. Dr. Lang endeavoured to iound. \v.. an argument for the propriety of bis own election to t...

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COUNTRY AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide ? Mr. Michael D'Arcy, Bathurat — Mr. James S. Freeman. Berrima — Mr T.vD. O'Sullivan. Brisbane — Mr. Haynes. Bungadore — Mr. John Dwyer. Browlee — Mr. Edward Kirby. Canterbury -Mr. P. Hynes. Concord— Mr. John Clancy. East Maitland — Mr. Thomas Ashton. Geelong — Mr. John Mansfield. Goulburn— Mr. C. Fitzpatrick. Hartley — Mr. E. Moriarty. Liverpool — Mr. Thomas Cahu-. Launceston — Mr. James Madden. Melbourne — Messrs. Cregin and Moore, Booksellers. Parramatta — Mr. John Joseph Mullholland. Penrith — Mr. Michael M'Namara. Prospect — Mr. Francis Rbily. Singleton. — John Haynes. West Maitland — Mr. Joseph J. Harpur. Windsor — Mr. Joseph Carney. Wollongong — Mr. Chas. Trkanor. Yas3 — Mr. Joseph M'Kenna.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR AUGUST, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR AUGUST, 1850. 8 Th S. Cyriacus and companions, sent. d. 9 F Vigil of S. Lawrence, O. S. B., S. Felix, conf. s. _., (from 22nd May.) 10 Sat S. Lawrence, d. 11 S XIL after Pentecost, 2nd of August, s. d. 12 M S. Clair, v. d. 13 Tu Of Octave of S. Lawrence, s. d. 14 W Fast. Vigil of Assumption, of Oct. of S. Lawrence. 15 Th Assumption of B. V. M., d. first class. 16 F S. Hyacinth, conf. d. 17 Sat Octave of S. Lawrence, d. 18 S XIII. after Pentecost— 3rd of August, St. Joachim, a. 19 M Of Octave of Assumption. 20 Tu S. Bernard, Abbott and Doc, d. 21 W S. Jane Frances, Cuantal, d. 22 Th Octave of Assumption, d. 23 F | S. Philip Beuitius, conf. d. 24 Sat S. Bartholomew, ap d. 25 s XIV. after Pentecost,4ch of Aug.,S. Lewis, d., U.b.K., Sunday. 26 M S. Zeptivrine, p. and m., simp., O..S. 15., b, Mary | | Magdalene ot Pazzi (from 30 th of May.) 27 | Tu | S. Joseph Calasauctius, conf. d. 28 W S. Augustine, bp. and Doc. d. 29 Th Decollation of' S. John Baptist, d. 30 F S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 8 August 1850

MARRIED.   On the 6th inst., by special license, by the Rev. John Kavanagh,   William Hubbard, of New England, to Frances O'Brien of Surry   Hills, Sydney.     BIRTHS. On the 6th inst., at her residence, the " Bee-Hive," Pitt-street, Mrs. James Brady, of a daughter. On the 6th inst., at her residence, No. 261, George-street South, Mrs. Charles Hock, of a daughter.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

' ' ??? ? ''? ?'''??' ?? ? ?????? ???- ??'?-? ? '-?? ? ' ? .- ' ' -' ' ' ?!??_ — ^ PREVENTION OF FRAUD. flPHE Undersigned has the sincerest pleasure in 'being 1 able to apprise the public of New South Wales, ?that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secretary of ?State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at the instance of Professor Holloway, to instruct the Local Government of this colony to take measures for protecting the' inhabitants of the territory against the counterfeiting of Hollowa)'s Medicines ; that, in conformity ?with such instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused the BRITISH STAMPS BILL to he introduced into the Legislative Council ; and that the Repre sentatives of the People, by passing the measure without a Bingle dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Govern ment. Under the provisions of this law it will in future be A FELONY to counterfeit the Stamps affixed to the valuable medicaments pre pared by Professor Holloway ; but, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

SELLING OFF. SELLING- OFF. SELLING OFF.. AT THE CITY HALL OF ARTS, ? UNTIL THE END OF THIS MONTH. GEORGE BROCKSTAYN, late E. D. COHEN, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician^ of the City Hall of Arts No. 392, George-street,.begs respectfully to acquaint his friends, patrons, and the public in general, that he has deter mined to SELL OFF by the end of-this mouth the whole of his extenaive, elegant, and well laid-in stock, comprising of Gold, Silver Lever, and Vertical Watches, Gold Chains, Rings, Pins, Brooches. Eight-day Dials, Silver Plate, Plated Ware, Spectacles, Watchmakers Tools, Plate Glass, Fixtures, and a general assort ment of other articles connected with the trade. G-. B. therefore earnestly solicits the favor of Purchasers to make an early call, as the whole stock, on hand will be offered at reduced prices* and must positively be cleared off by the end of tbe month. The business of this establishment will be resumed after tha. aboy« Siock-is disgosed ol- ., ,: ?

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RESTORATION OF THE JESUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

RESTORATION OF THE JESUITS. Brpef of His Hol-iness to the Proving. al Synod of Im-ola* —In answer to a Synodal address to bis Holiness, by the Bishops' of the Pontifical States, assembled in Synodal Council, at Imola, the Pope has replied in an important brief. He says :— ' You have manifested your joy at learning that we did not hesitate to proscribe and prohibit the pernicious errors (i pernicissimi errori)\ propagated in the recent woiks oi mice c^iwiasuwa» -r**v, «..«** w.....~rr.v .~ ? access to the spirit and' the thoughts of many men, especially in Italy, and had perverted them. The most Merciful Lord hatlr deigned to bless our solicitude, since two of the three ecclesiastics have laudably submitted ttu-mselves to the decree of prohibition, and would to God the third, also acknowledging his errors, would sincerely retract them.' His Holiness further praises the Bishops for having forwarded a copy of Jaselli's work to him, in which Gioberti was refuted, and states that he has ...

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Ceclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

Q$ttlt&ia&tUal SnteiUgenc*.. Consecration of the Right Rev. Dr. Murphy as Bishop of Ferns.- On Sunday, March 10, the solemn and interesting rite of Consecration was performed in the Cathedral of Enniscorthy. Ihe altars were newly and elegantly decorated for the august occasion. The choir was very efficient, and the various pieces produced, com ?jjrising. selections from the worksof Mozart and. other celebrated masters, were appropriate and delightful. His Grace the Most Rev Dr. Murray officiated as the Consecrating Prelate— the Right Reverend Dr. Healy, Bishop of K'.ldare and Leighlin, and the Right Rev. Dr. Walsh, Bishop of Ossory, acting as Assistants. A large number of the Clergy of the Diocese were present, as well as great numbers of the moat respectable inhabitants of the county.

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Poet's Corner. I WOULD NOT BE A LANDLORD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

PMV& iR&vmv* I WOULD' NOT BE A LANDLORD, I would not be a landlord now For fifty pounds a year : The corn is selling1 all so cheap, And the taxes are so deal !. I don't know how they'll stand at alty. Unless they run away /' And Jeave their debts — a heavy load — For some one else to pay I And would there be a dropping eye If all of them took flight, - ; 'Whether it was at morning's dawn,. j Or by the pale moon light ? Oh, d—1 a tear myself would shed,. Nor would I heave a sigh ; 1 think (L love them all so well) ' ( I'd hardly- say good bye ! . For, here I've been these twenty years— ~ I've fed both pigs and fowl, Not for myself — but foi the lord, It's truth upon my s-wl ! I've grown good wheat— it was for him — : - Good oats — he got them all — And why should 1 lament his fate, , If his pride has got a fall ? 0h, but it was himself was proud : When lumpers I could eat ; * And when he got for his own share, The barley, oats, and wheat. He drank, he hunted, danced, ...

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FATHER MATTHEW IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

FATHER xMATTHEW IN AMERICA. : Our last artkla brought him to- the city of Boston. Tise commencement of his Libers there was auspicious as could be desired, but in consequence of his numerous speeches and the repetition of the pledge, his voice bad soon become impaired, and it was foreseen that some re spite would be requisite. Arrangements had, however,, been already made for him for above a fortnight, day by day. On the Sunday evening there was no cessation of his exertions. He preached in the cathedral in Frank lin-street at tea o'clock. At one be addressed the Sab bath School there,, and afterwards two other Catholic Sunday -schools, administering the pledge at each place. In the evening he visited Washing Ionian Hall and the Father Matthew Society in Broad-street. It it esti mated that during that day about 4000 knelt before him, and vowed to drink no more intoxicating drink. He appears to have taken the r.i»»ht course to disarm any jealously respecting his movements,, by adapti...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

131 POUND INGS. '' Cooma.- From Coolringdon, July 3 :-Bay yearling colt, off hind and near fore fetlock whi re, long tail,, star in forehead, and white streak down the nose, no brands visible, one year old. Brown filly, long tail, white star in forehead, JC or JG on both shoulders, three years old. Light bay yearling colt, very hollow in1 the back, white tace, long tail, near hind; andfore fetlock white, brand on near shoulder like MI, one year old. Bay horse, long switch tail, like J-X conjoined on off ribs, illegible on near shoulder, five or six years old. Brown filly, long tail, star in forehead, mart round the nose from the halter, like JC oil shoulder, three years old ; fad. each. From Cottage Creek : Red ox, wide horns, illegible brand on off rump, four years old. Red steer, off ear slit, illegible brand on the off ribs, two years old-. Black and white magpie cow, white face, cock horns, cross on off rump with 2' under, four years old. Blue sided Dullock, white back, TS off r...

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THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. I I (From the Melbourne M. Herald.) | A meeting. of the members ot this Institution was held | on Sunday evening, at the St. Francis School-room, f Elizabeth-street. At 8 o'clock, the room was crowded, | and the chair was taken by the Roman Catholic Bishop, j Dr. Goold. | His lordship addressed the meeting at some length, in : a forcible and effective speech, adverting particularly to i certain statements made at a religious meeting lately held in another part of the city, and by a person of .some in fluence in society. His lordship first referred with pleasure to the growing interest attaching to the meet ings of the Catholic Association, which he hoped to see increased, and expressed his gratification at the number of conversions flocking to the Catholic Church from the ranks of the ' separated brethren,' conversions whi-h were the result of conscientious convictions and a careful consideration of the course which the converts proposed to take. He repudia...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

£*$t3Jinsi$ finteUigenci* ARRIVAL*?. August 10'.-- Cullodfn, ship, 726 tons, Captain Ferguson,. f*om Port Phillip, the 3rd instant. Augusr. 11. — Ratnilies, barque, 740 tons, Captain Carvell, from Hobart Town, the 6 th instant. August 11. — Anjer, barque,. 584, tons, Captain Purss, from Ma nilla, the 20th April. August 12 —Diana, brig, 103 tons, Captain Peake, from Port Albert, 6th instant. August 12. — Symmetry, barque, 293 tons, Captain Young, from Manila, 12.h May. August 13 — Hannah Sprague, American barque, 409 tons, Captain Lansing, from San Francisco, 11th June. August 13 — Flash, schooner, 139 tons, Captain Banes, from the Navigator Islands, 17th July. August 13. — Arabian, American schooner, 1*12 tons, Captain Tucker, from San Francisco, 17th June. DEPARTURES.. August 7. — Wallaby, barque, 285 tona, Captain- Smith, for the South Sea Fishery. August 8. — Gipsy, schooner, 45 tons,. Captain Robinson, for Moreton Bay. August 9.— Lavina, schooner, 64 tons, Captain Baldey, for Me...

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Foreign Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

rfpoxti$it Sttmtttats* (From ike Tablet.) The accounts from Rome are still of a chequered des cription. Assassinations are more frequent, and the prospect is not very inviting for the return of the Holy Father. On the other hand, the loan, raised by the house of Rothschild, has now reached the amount of forty millions of francs, and public confidence is reassured by this success, which was more than could well have been looked for. The Pope is described to pass a most saintly life at Portici, dividing his time between business, receptions, and prayer. ' His prayer embraces the wel fare of all mankind, without distinction of country, reli gion, or party, for all men {he says), are children of the same God, who has appointed him his Vicar in this world.' Intervention in Switzerland., and Russian- schemes of aggrandisement, are more and more talked of. The Emperor is said to be possessed with the great idea of Napoleon, that Europe must be either Republican or Cossack, and to be determ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS-. GRAiN.—But a small supply, and a very ready sale. Barley 2s. 6d. to 3s. per bushel, small supply and quick return— as also of wheat, which brings 4s. 4d. to 4s. 6d. per bushel. Although much inferior maize has made its way to market, yet sales have readily been made at 3s. 6d. to 3s. lOd. per bushesl. Stores of oats nearly cleansed out with little coming in to replenish. Price 2s. 6d. to 3s. per bushel. Poultry. — Ducks 2s. to 2s. 6d. per couple, and a quick sale. .Fowls, more .scarce than, they have tieenlor a long, period. The scanty stock exhibited Is. lOdi, to 2s. 3d. per couple, and in some prime lots 2s. 6'd. per couple. . Turkeys have in some cases of plum pers brought 12s. per pair ; generally however, with a scarcity of male birds, the price has been 6s. tb-9s. per couple. Geese in great demand, small supply again 4s. 6d. to 5s. 6d. per couple. Plenty of Eggs at 9d. to 9gd. per'dozen. Dairy Prod'ucb. — Large supply of Butter, lOd. to Is. 2d. per lb. ; reall...

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LITERATURE. REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

XaSXESRiLTUR,^. BEVIEW. The Australian Era, Svo. p.p. 16. Sydney, Pnblished by D. L. Welch, the first day of every month, Price 6d. We have had the pleasure of receiving ' number one '* of this periodical, and congratulate the Editors on their very respectable first appearance. It is creditable in point of typography, and the articles are gentleman-like in tone, and of a more scholar-like dress than many of the productions which have hitherto lived and died in the colony. There is no statement of their object and plan, but we gather from what we see before us, and from what we have heard, that the paper will be mainly con fined to literary and social topics, and that party politics and religious controversy will be avoided. The first article headed ' Literature, its Advancement and Results,' is well written, but the author has not escaped some of the popular errors of th-e day. We may instance his exaggerated estimate of the importance of literature in itself; and his adherence to a...

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