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Ecelesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

iicele0tattcat Enttellgence. Our respected bishop, on Wednesday last, adopted the splendid plans furnished by that truly Catholic architect, A. W. Pugin, Esq., for a Catholic church at Enniscorthy, and that the works are to commence immediately..'l'o give an idea of the extent and nature of the intended sacred edifice, the dimensions are to be as eollows i-length, 170 feet; do. across the transept, 70 do.; height of tower and spires 150. -Wexford Iidepernant. On' Monday" the new Catholic chu rch of St. John the Evangedist situiated in Duncen-torrace, Islington, and bdilt i,:jihi mflizabethean style of architecture, ws soleinmnly ,opened and consecraled by.the Right Rev. Dr. Gri'frths. The inaugural sermon was preacshed by, iheRight Rev. D)r. Wise.'an.-London Paper Bishop Hughes, of New York, one of the-most pious, able, and active prelates in existence, is going to.Europe immediately. As he is an Irishman, you will, of course,:hear of his visit to his home, which may well be proud o...

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THE LAW OF LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

THBE LAIV OF LIBEL. -0-o [From the Atlas.] ,,, Lord Campbell has called the sttention of the house of lords to the anomalous state of the law of libel which has long been.a reproach to the country, and a committee of learned lords has been appointed to consider the subject. It is to be hoped that the result of their labours will be to remove the doubts, the uncertainty, and the injustice which have, in too many instances, excited the dissatisfaction of the public. , , Lord Campbell made a disclosure, which will probably startle those who have been accustomed to. regard the English statute law as the perfection of justice and equity. The law of libel,, he said, had emanated from the star chamber,. and since that period there had been no material alteration in its spirit. This will account for the unjust, conflicting, and despotic decisions which have been made in casesof this sort,. We are, no advocate for the Ii. centiousness of the press, but, believing that it has an important inf...

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THE LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

- THE -LOYAL: NATJONAtL REPEAL. . ASSOCIATION. .V. W. O'blahotiey, Eiq., was in theochair inst + Monday. Mr. O'Neill Daunt; in the course of a long address, referredto to e Anti-Repeal meeting, recently held in Dublin. He observed', that amongst those who apologised for their aetiece'was Lord" Roden, ivho had ;an xcellen ?y?taso for reslating Repeal, having aiace 1816, enjoyed a sinecure place of 2700L; a -year; as ex.auditor of the Irish Exche.' que r. There 'was also the namelof Lord Bernard. He (Mi. D.) had only- heard that nobleman address a public meeting once-it was at a Cork election sand his lordship'a speech, consisting of only five or six lines, lay snugly in the bottom of his lordship's hat, into which hestole a peep every now and then to assist his defective recollection. When he (Mr Daunt) rose to address' the electors, he compli mented Lord B. on the dexterity with which he had contrived to make his hat supply the deflciencies of his boad. (Loud laughter.) After an add...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

THE MIORNING CHRONICLE. -WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1843. "DIe just and fear not: Let all the ends thno aim'st at be thy country's, Thyglod's,?~nd truth's." 8Aakspeart. LATEST FROM ENGLAND. .Tan news received by the last arrival up to the.middle of July is not directly of great importance, as regards the state of Europe, but in all probability will lead to events of th'e mositserious consequences to the peace of nations. Civil war is actually spreading its devastatiing horrors over unfortunate 'Spaini EsPrAeTERO, 'the despotic " Re gent" of that ill-fated country. .has been for so?tp past ruling :that high-minded peo ple after the most oppressive and tyrannical manner-he is said to be urged on in his unijust ,and wicked proceedings by the o6iuitesiance and advice of " foreign" ad visers; and it is broadly hinted that these " foreigners" are English. On the other hand, the French Government, anxious for the good and constitutional mode of ruling the " Spanish" nation, has remonstrated wi...

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Original Correspondence. MURRURUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

c I'I(et Irall t QI rrlý Ir, aet]oll ?URRURUUNDI. Ma. Etrron,-A meeting of the inhabitants of tis district was held at the Court.house, on'the 31st ultimo, to consider various matters connected iilth the interests of the place. The presence of five armed and mounted bush. rargers in our: immediate neighbourhood, who have robbed, during tire last ten days, three parties of various, and, I undersatand, heavy sums of money; besides stripping one; ILas caused some sensation amorgst us; while the burglaries committed recently, in two shops on the spot, render us rather discontented with the determination of the council, to withdraw from us the protection ofa police magis trate. It may be all very fine, Mr. Fergusson, to tale away our magistrate, and give to us the old game of trasvellig 26 or 28 miles and back again, to seek redress, or to procure warrants against of fenders, who know every move we make, and escape' to rob us again, and to laugh at the measures of protectionwhich tle leg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

"The Morning Chronicle". is published twice a week, on Wrednesday and ,?'aturday; and is extensively circulated throughout Newo South Wales, ,Van Diemnen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on 7 30th June, 30th Septeber, and 31st December; at which periods, only subscribers can decline receiving it, Cfter laying te amoun t due. -Advertisers o should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued iio a e on nue i countermanded discontinue or aite?, advertisementgs ,nust be sent in before six o'clock on th~e evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on thie evening before publication.-Alt instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post~paid. PUBLIC' NOTICE. WVIECIAIYI JONTES, LHTTIEI PlfEOS 9D C@PPER-PLATE PRIRTEER, &e., &o., COLONNADE, tILIDGE.ST'IEET, SYDNEY, R ESPECTFULLY takes leave to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

btatract oa Malte bhy ~uctton Advnrtlsed in this paper, which take place before our next publication, THIS DAY. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleveno, working bullocks, flour, eau de Cologne, &c. Mr. Simmons, at his mart, at eleven, loaf sugar, tea, chairs, re. SIS'1 OF AI)DITIONAL SUB SCRIP'TIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 5th November, 1843. '£ as d. A Protestant Friend, per, Very Rev. F. Murphy 0,10 0 A Friend, ditto 0........ O 0 Rev? T. Mlrphy .. ......... Mr. John Carney ........ 0 2 6 ,, Richard Cullen ....... 0 2 6 ,, T. Maher ........ 0 2 6 ,, Coyle ....... I1 0 ,, DenisFagan ...... 0 0 I ,. Edward M,Enecroe .. 0 .. 6 0 ,. Michael Dillon ........ O 2 6 William Harnett ........ 0 5 0. Master Alex. Martin . O 3 0 ,, James Coyle ' ....... O0 2 6' GeorgeCurtis's weekly collection 01 . Wm. Curlis's ditto ......'. O 3 0 Peter Curtis's ditto ........ 0 1 0 Henry Curtis's dtto' ........ 0 6 6 Clemen Gold ........ 0 I 0 Mrs. Smidmore .......

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

DIED, On the 4th instant, Lieutenant Francis Walsh Small, after a few days' illness, aged 70 years, su- perintendent of Hyde Park Barracks. Mr. Small possessed many good qualities-he was sincere and without guile; he has left an amiable family in deep affliction. May he rest in peace. Amen. On the 13 h June, at the Convent, New Hall, Essex, Elizabeth Mary Regis, eldest daughter of Sir Robert Gerard, of Garewood, aged 72, a professed nun of the order of Sepulchrisea 53 years, and Prioress of the convent for 27 years.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

?DtlpltIRg titIllltgs:1e. -0 'ARRIVALS. Nov. 4.-From London via Plymouth, having left the former the 4tb and the latter the 21st July, the ship Ratlofi?r 602 tons, Garrett, wtth troops. Passengers C-Uaptain- Woolley, 61st regiment i Captain Sayers, 80tn regiment iEnsign Garstin, 58th regiment ; Captain Pratt, paymaster of 09th regiment; Surgeon Sinclair, 61tat regiment ; MIr. and Miss Isdell, Mrs. and Miss Pratt, Mrs. and Mil Sinclair ; 66 rank and file of 61st and 225 rank and file of the 80th regiment, six women and sai .ohildren. 6.-Prom thie Barrier, Now Zealand, having left the 19th ultimo, the brig Trypheno, 147 tons, Honn, with copper ore, &c. Passengers-Dr,'Burnes, NMIr. Laumbert, sand three in the steerage. 6.-Frrom London, haviao left the Downs on the 6!h July, the barque. Clara, 360 tons, Crow, with a general cargo. Passengers-M-Nr. Jones. Monsieur and Madame Mesnier, Monnsieur Pillet,.Captainr Philpin, dlr. Anderson, Mr. Grayling, Mr. Suggett; steerage. Mrs. Edwa...

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Irish Intelligence. NO MORE JUSTICE FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

)t~w1) EtttllUgence. NO MORE JUSTICE FOR IRELAND. (From the Tablet, June 24, 1843.) " lie (Sir J. Graham) had a:ways been a steady advocate of the Catholic claim to emancipation, and had entertained a deep conviction that the prophecy of his sight hon. friend had been unfounded. ' I relied (said the right hon. baronet) on the assevera tions of their nobles and gentry. (Loud cheers.) I believed the solemn oaths of their prelates and priests-(renewed cbeers)-of their men, eminent in station, before solemn assemblies on solemn occasions-I believed their recorded statements, made in the most impressive manner, that if equa. lily as citizens were given to them, they would rest satisfied with the terms of the Union, and that the Protestant church in that country should be safe from attack.' (Loud cheers.) * ! e Catholic emancipation has been carried ; 'concilia. tion has been carried out in Irelsand to its extreme point."-Speed of Sir Jesuns Grahams, Friday, 16th June. Philosopher Grimm t...

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Select Poetry. LAUDA SION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

crls.t 1*ortr'. LAUDA SION. (PRno Tul LrYnA rCCL5SIASTICA.) Zion, thy Ileleemer praising, .Songs of joy to him upralsing, Laud thy pastor nnd thy guide: Swell thy notes most highi nud daring; For his pnrise is past declaring, And thy loftiest powers beside. 'Tis a theme with pra'se that gloweth, For the bread that lifo bestoweth Goes this day before us out; "Which, Ills holy supper takiing, To the brethren twelve His breaking, None can ever call in doubt. Full then be our praise and sounding, MIodest and with joy aboundtig Be our mind s triumnphnt state, For the festal a prosecution 1 henl the first blessed Institutlion if thils feast we celebrate. In the new King's new libation, In the now law's new oblation Ends the ancient rasclal rile; Ancient formsi new substance ehlseth. Typle shadows truthl displnceth, Day dispels tie gloom of night. lWhat He did at slipper seated, ClltlusT enjoined to be repeated, Whlen lls love we celeblrate. Thus, obeying his dictation, lUread and wine of ...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

Country News..   (From the Maitland Mercury.) MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL.--We underatand that a letter has been forwarded by the Warden of the district, to Mr. Foster, M. C., in order to bring, If possible, the question of a donation or loan to the district council under notice of the government. The council is only waiting to know from authority, what parties are to be taxed to put the ussessors in motion, and when this is decided, the assessors will be set to work immediately. Sr. Jona's TOTAL ADSTINeorsc SocsrTr.-The usual meeting of the .above society was held on Mlonday evening last, at the Catholic school-room, West Maitland, the Rev. Mr. Lynch in the chair. There was a very numerous attendance, and the meeting was conducted in a very animated manner. After some discussion it was resolved that the neat tea party should be held on St. Stephen's Day, the 26th of December, on which day also it was agreed that there should bea procession of the members of the society. ...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETING OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Wednesday, 8.-Ousley Condell, Ist; Thomas Inches, Irt. ; Arthur Rotton, ap., at Rlaitland. Thursday, 9.-J. T. Hughes, ad.'2nd; A. Moss. man, 2od; John Mackay, Ist. .Friday, 10.-Hughes and Hosking, lat. ; Joseph Walford, ap. Saturday, I1.-James Andlesark, sp. ; Forbes and Co,3rd; Wicks Norton, 3rd;'T. Mappin and Co, 2nd; Cook and Staddon, 2nd. Monday, 13.-Larkin Foreman, a.; Robert Lord, 2nd ;_Michael Farrell, 2nd; Thomas Russell, a. Mark Last, a. Tuesday, 14.-Charles Hooper, a.; James English, s, \Vednesr3y, 15.-Dennis Hickey, s.; Samuel IBar. rison, s. ; Samuel Solomons sa.; Patrick Carroll, s. ; William Corbett Turnbull, s.; Samuel Heigh, a. Thursday 16.-John Blackwell, 3rd ; J. T. Shel. don, 3rd; Samuel Cohen, 3rd ; Walter Stewart, 3rd ; James Wright, 3rd; Thomas Inglis, 3rd; Mary Lakeman, Is.; George F. Isaacs, a.; John Innes, a.; Stephen Lambton, a. Friday, 17.-Ousoley Coodell, 2nd; Thomas Inches, 2nd; George Townshend, s. Saturday, 1...

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OLIVE MOUNT INSTITUTION OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

OLIVE MOUNT2 ISTITUTION OF THE GOOD SAMARIATA N. We sincerely congratelate the Rev. Mr. Kirby, on the flatteting testimony borne to his untiring exertions in the cause of -humanity by men of all creeds and all par:ies, in illustration of which we copy the following from the Saunders of yesterday: "I Tue Goos Sausanrae.'-(Fromt a. Corves. pondeat.)-The institution bearing this name, which is situated at Olive Mount, between &liltown and Dundrom, has been open for several weeks. The ntmber of females who are at present inmates amounts to 85, aix of whom ore Protestants, and the remaining 79 Roman Catholics. Thegrounds are very extensivq, and the situatlon of the lnstitution is at once picturesque and - salubrious. The Inmates, whose ages vary from 13 to 40, are for the most part persons who have been leading abandoned lives; the rest have been sescued from that calamity to which poverty and want of protectors had espos:d them. Their dress is plaino,cleanly,and comfortable, and...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, NOVEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY. NOVEMBER, 1843. 12. S.23.d aner Pentecost, Sd Norember, semidouble. 13. H. S. Didacus coUresor, temlidonb's 14. T'. S. Martih, pope, martyr, semidouble(from 12t4) 13. W. S.Oertrude. viriin,double 1'. Th. Feris 17. F. IS. freory Thaumaturpgus, bishop, confessour, seml double 18. S. f edicaillootf S. Basilica of SQ. Peter & Paul, dble. 19. S. 24th aftrer Pentecost, th after Epiphany, and 4th ofr November, S ElizabethL, Queen, widow, double 20. M. S. Felis, confesoor, doulle Si. T. PPrsentation of B V. Mary, greater double 22. W. S. rCecilia, irgin,anartyr. double 23. Th. S. Clement poupe, martyr, double 24. F. S. John of s roses, confessor, double :25. 8. S. Cadierine, virgin, martyr, double 2O. S. 92th and last after Fentecost,5th Nov. 27. M. Fetia 28. T. F eria 29. W. Ferla, com.of S. Satuamlinus. martyr 30,dT. s. Andrew, apsoles, double2nd elpde, feast devotion

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IRELAND'S NATIONAL LITERATURE. To the Noblemen and Gentry, Prelates and Clergy of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

JRELAND'S NATIONAL LITERATURE. To the Noblemen and Gentry, Prelates and ClergI of Ireland. Mr Lonna AND GanTrLvesa-Permit me, re spectfully but earnestly, to invite your attention to an advetisement which appears in thisi paper, under the above heading. With an humble but sincere wish to direct some portion of the ardour of the Irish mind to our native literature, a subject so long neglected, yet ao con genial to the more enoobling feelings of our coun trymen, and consequently so necessary to their true happiness and the honour of the empire, it has been the silent patriotism of my life to accumulate into my now extensive manuscript collections, at great per. sonal labour and expenditure, all. that could best illustrate the general, local, ifid.familjy history oi Ireland. My compilations from' these son ces already exceed one hundred voluimes, and ay perish with me. I have, however, for the present, digested from them the two most important works mentioned in the advertisement, and ...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

HlidH WATER IN SYDNEY COVF. THIS DA . 10 min. p. 11 morning I 35 miu. p. I1 evenlng roMVIIROW. 56 mm. p. 11 noming 1 0 min. p. l2evening MODAY. 29 mIn. p.12 morning 4 iDn.p. 12 evening T ES DAY. .1 min. p. 2 morning I 55 min. p.1 evening.. WIDXEBDAY. 50 min. p. .nsornong I 8 min. p. 3 evening 33 min. p.0 morning I 5 min.p. 4 evening ynlDn Y. 35 min. p. 4 morning 3 min. P.8 evening. S.n rives this day 10 min. p. 5: 5se1t69nin. p. 6 Last Quarter of hoonmlSIh, 38 win. pass 3 aeomnn.

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Irish Intelligence. UNION AMONG IRISHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

MOD c't Enteltigenee. " UNJON AMONG IRISH.MEN. (From the Dublin Weerokly Freeman.) There Is one circumstance connected with the Repeal movement of this week whlcj is of perma nent importance. The Orangemen f Athlone, re memberiog that Ireland claims ,pore heir sympathy than the stranger, joined with cordiality their brethren tin the recent demonstration in thit historic town.' Tne Orangemen of Atitone tosk part Ion the preli minary arrangements. They appeared in the sub. seequent procession, and they were present at the banrquet in which the peaceful triaumphs of the day were crowned with the rejolelog. of the people. We look upon this event as worth theo remainder of the proceednlogs, nay, oven surpassing them in'im. portance, Those men are lling in the midst of a Catholic population Iltre, if they entertained son- I timents of exclusiveness or of lorgiig after any as I cendency of sect or party, they would be most unlikely to have concealed their feelings from their 'opponents. He...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

T~HF SMORNING CHRONICLE. SATURD Y, NOVEMBER 11, 1843. "fie just and fea-r mot Let dit the ends thou aim's at he thy country'., Thy God's, and trut's." akukspeaure MONETARY CONFUSION-THE PROPOSED REMEDY. THE " Select" -Committee-of Council have taken ample-evidence as to the various .causes which separately or conjointly have contributed ,to the present fallen and de pressed state of the Colony. The princi pal, perhaps the onily benefit to be derived from subniitting this ".evidence" to the public, is, that by holding up to public gaze the fatal causes which have hurried so many to ruin, each member of the commu nity may see more clearly the " cause" that may more immediately affect himself, and thus be on his guard against running on .that particular commercial or mercantile breakcr, on which so many in his circum. -stances have suffered " shipwreck." How ever individuals may differ about the chief or more immediate cause of our present -" monetary confusion," all concur in bear ing...

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COUNCIL PAPERS. REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE SAVINGS' BANK BILL, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

COUNCIL PAPERS. -0 REPORT FROMI THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE SAVINGS' BANK BILL, 1843. The Select Committee to whom the "' Bill: to amend the laws relating to the Savings' Bank o New South Wales and-Port Phillip res l ' has.) r /eferred., ave-pgrpedton:sh wsagr report:- :L t J The Saviegs' Banks so widely established uI Europe, are founded on the principle of trioging.. home to the industrious classes, the advantages and security of the government stocks or funds of the country, which would not be accessible to.their small savings withodt this intervention; and tisui becoing the agents of the depositnrsfor the in vestmerint:and repay meat of the stipulated interest. In no case that we are aware of is any attempt made to obtain a larger interest than isareturoed by the government stock, and it is only throiugh themIn. dulgence of the respective governments that the do. poaior is entitled to receive back the exact sum do. posited, Irrespective of the rise or fall of toine govern meet f...

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