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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

WEDNESDAY NoVEsisa 8, The SsEasaR took the-chair at-half past three o'clock. - RESIGNATION OF RICHARD JONES, ESQ. The SPEAKER, read to, the house a letter which bad been received from Richard -Jones, Esq., re signing his seat in the 'counciL; and stated that his Excellenicy the Governor had beero pleased to a4. point Mr. Robert Lowe, barrister at law, to the vacant seat. The CoroNsAL Saca'rrav and the ATToNsay GaUsanaL then introduced Mr. Lowe to the Speaker, and the learned gentleman took the oaths and his seat. -SCOTS' OBUROB, MESSAGE FROM THE GOVEtNOI. H. WV. Parker, Esq., having been announced as the bearer of a message from his . Excellency the Governor, entered the council chamber, and delivered the same oto the hands of the Speaker, who im. mediately communicated it to the house, as fol. lowas Message from his Excelloncy the'Governor, in reply to an sddress of the Legislative Council of 1oew South Wales, praying that a sum not exceeding £1480 may he placed on the supplementar...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

FarDAY, Novaenas 10, The &saizre took the chair at about half.pant three. ESTIMATES-POLICE IAGOI iItATEE. (Our space will only allow us to give the result of last night's debate upon Mr. Therry's motion for the reconsideration of the vote, to which the couLcil had come on a previous occasion, for the abolition of cestain of the district police magis. trracie. oIn our next publication, we shall give a detailed report of the speeches of honoratlle mem na this motioo, together with the Te main orf thbls evein6's pro'ceedings.) . CALL OF THE HOUSE. Mr. Wwnrisov, l ..pssmaiore of -noile, moved that the names of honoratle members! be called over prior to erng into the consideration of this sub ject. ý t1~F Dr. Lirae seconded the motion, whirch was carried. 'IThe Clerk of Council then called over the name of each member, in the alphabetical order in which the list had bsen prepared, each honorable member rising and answerlog to his name io the form tt quired by the council. The SPr...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

UrItgi0lat(l)e erotulina. -o TussnA r, NOV5N5a5, 7. The SPrAKea took the chair at half past three 'o~clock. .o'clock. TER POLICE. lit. WsaurwoteU brought up the report of the water police oct amendment bill committee, and moved that it be received and printed. Carried. r OLIOB MOAGISTRATES. Mlr. IR3ADLIy presented a petition from the in. habitants of Goulburn, eapressing their regret that the council by their vote on a late occasion, bad de prived them of the services of a police magistrate, and praying that a sum might be placed on the sup plementary estimates to meet the expense of the salary of a police magistrate for Gooulburn for the ensuing year. The petition was read, and ordered to be re. ceived. - Mr. BoAoLuE gava notice that he should move that this petition be taken into consideration on Friday neat. iQUEANDEYAN The ArTonoir GanKAL presented a similar pe. tition from the inhobabitants of Quesobeyao. In doing so, he stated that this petition as supple anentary to one which...

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Original Correspondence. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, EAST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

4D®rtgnat ilOgrrt'svoilBt ffc. -e THE CATHOLIC CHtUttCI, EAST MAITLAND. iMa. ELston-Your humble cortespondent, as well as the other membets tof the Catholic commu nion oin thlis distict, base every reason to rejoice for the many blessings descending upoo the congrega tion this time barck,particularly fer the accession of vi naoy.to our holy clarcs, amouating so twenty five adults, since this time twelve months, ni e of wham .were publicly admitted on Sunday last, in the East Maitland Church. Ot a latre occasion when six individuals we:e received into our communion, a neighbournlog Rev., gentleman attributedit to some ' secret influence" I wish to know to what in .fluence he may attribeto the conversion, since then, .of twice sisI As a divine, he must or ought to ,know, that it is the will of the lMost Hligh, executed through the indefatigable. zealous, and elicilent ministry of -our'laborious, nobtuasive., and worthy pastor, the Rev. Mr. Mahony, The good steward is known by the salu...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

TO CUHRESPOmDEN.T.. A'CT shouljd In fa ' riaru USLis onmra, four wemnno uo ticeanonymout commuoniations. HLsbest lan Is, as he inninuo aces, to state his ease to the Commissioner or the Insolvent Court. if the naty alluded to be such arogsuo as repre enteel .e would nut hiesitate lor a aimeut to bring ma sution for " lit+L" .pln& us, sund we wIsh to keep dear of aIl such eustuerers. Will > send us the lines morn rlgibly written?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

NOTIOE TO AOBNTS AND PARTIES MAKIND RS M ITT TAN5S. IN order-to avoid the expense of post. Sage, and spare time in letter writing, we intend to adopt a plan extensively followed by " Brother Jonathan," for acknowledging the receipt of subscrip. tionmoney, viz., to publish the initials of parties.remitting money. Tl'hus-we have to acknowledge the letters of F. D., Maitland, of the 2nd and 6oth October, and,6th and 7th November. ( UR .respected friend Mr. JAMEs V M'A.LISTER, baying kindly under taken the Agency of the " Morning Chronicle" in the distri itf Camipbell. town, oar, Subsoribers are accordingly requested to pay him their respective accounts. Chronicle" ONice.e Nov.'9, 1843. NOTICE O.F ItEMOVAL. O UR Subscribers and Friends are respectfully informed that "' The Morning Chroniclio" will in future be printed and publisbed io lBridge-street, Sydney, on the premises late the " Aus tralian" Newspaper Offico, Colonnade, where, in future, nall communications are to be addressed. NO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

Lbstract of salse b 21lucttoii Avertisedl io this paper, whlclr taike plaos before our next ohblication. Tais DAY. iMr Stubbs, at eleven, household furnilure, wool. packs, &c. oDAY. MONDA~Y. Mr. Stubbs, at his mart, at eleven, land, &c. Air. Lyons, at his mart, at eleven, shawls, silk, &c. L ISTI OF ADDITIIONAL SUB- EdSCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney:-Sunday Evening, 65th November, 1843. £ a* d. A Protestant Friend, per; Very Rev. F. Murphy ........0 10 0 A Friend,ditto ....... O 6 0 Dittos ditto. ........ 0 10 6 Rarv.'. Murphy t 6 0 Mr. John Carney ....... 2 6 ,, Richaid Cullen. ........ 0 2 6 ,, T. Meber ........0 2 6 ,, Coyle I....... 1 0 ,, Denis Fagan ........ 0 0 I ,, EdwardM,Encroe 0 .... 6 0 ,o Michael Dillon' ........ 0 2 6 William Harnett ....... 0 5 0 Master Alex. Martin ....... O 3 0 ,, James Coyle 0 2 6 * eorgeCurtis'asweekly collection 0 1 2 Wm. Curtis' ditto .... O 3 0 Peter Curtis's dilo' .........0 1 0 Henry Curtis'...

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Sydney Markets. NOVEMBER 11, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

BMýnýa rev tavtets. -8-_ NOVEMBEIR 11, 1843. Oarker's Mills:-- IVan Diemon's Land ditto, 4 Fine lidur, 129 1001bs, 0 8to0 as 4 per bushel cushl 10 - Male, Ctonulid., is d to Is 8d Seconds, 10*, oach Cs r etal, 2Csto l 3d C lread 3d to d pera b loaf Bran, a4dto Is d per bush. Fine 9ioult,1-2O* pos awl. j iarleyCs 9d to do Od ditto ISecond ditto, lea ditto Barley, Cape, 2* 0d to Co d Sydney (oe, panya'Mitts:- ditto Fine Four 2lie l I obii, Oats, is 0d to Is Jd, retail, coash 10s Is Od to s Od Seconds, lls, oash C I Iay,02 iOs to £6 Os per ton Rlation, £9, cash £8. Wheatrtraw~, 2rsd pet owl Valparalno ditto, £8 a-rs, whbolesale,bd to Od per Colonial Wheat, s 0d tol4s Cd doz, bundles, r-etal, Cd per bushel FRUIT AND EGETABLES. Oranges, is 325 to 2d per do Tomtoes, is per docse Apples, to to 2*Od pea dos Silver a-eets, Oct per bundle Loquats, Cd per quart Potatoes, new, V. D. L, s to Guavas, lisper awl, or ijd per lb Lisbon lemons,1s0d to 2s4 -, Colonial 1 Cd to Us per dozen Cabbages, Id...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

LONDON'WoOL' SALES.-TheO sales have terminated, "16,000- bales* nearly. have.been sold.-. The, follwing.are the prices .obtained -. Australian sheep, clean, sold at is to is 10d, in the grease 6J to d.d lambs, clean, Is to Is9gd, in. the grease 7d to 10Jd. Van Diemen's Land, sheep, clean, Old to Is IOjd, in the grease, 8d to lId, lambs, clean, is to 2s Id, in the greaosse Is. P'ort Phillip, sheep, clean, Od to 2s 2d, tn the grease Old to 10d; lambs, clean, Is 3d to is 71d. Cape sheep, clean, 2d.to Is 34d, in the grease 6} to 6J ; lambs, clean, O10d to Is 2jd. Swan River sheep, clean. lId to 1 2id; lambs, Is3d to Is iOld. South Australiian sheep e!ean, 10d to is 41d; lambs, clean, Ia to ls 4Ji, in the grease 6n to lid. East India, 2jd to 7 d. German, Is 6d to is lod. Odessa Merino, brook washed, 10&d to Is. Spanish, is id to Is 6d. Merino, is 3d to Is 1od. Wool from Paget Sound, Columbia River, fetched 41d to is Old per lb. Prices oh German wools on the con tinent are aery hi...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

DEPARTURES. Nov. 8.-Fur Port Phillip, the brig Clristino, Pearce, with sundries. 8.-For Londun, the brig An i, Squires, witlh colonial produe. Passoengeru -Mr. and Mrs. Kyd.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

S 0tppuot Je iitellitgence. --o-" ARItIVALB. Nov. 7.-From Launceston, having left the 3rd instant, the ship .atmiion, 388 tons, Gellard, with grain, &e. Passangers-Mr. Beveridge and Mr. FroLst..G iWiths, Gore, and Co., agentt. Nov. 8.-From Tahiti, via Harvey'sI Group, having lelit te.former on the 18th September, and the latter on the first October, the schooner Sarah Ann,'184 tone, Dunnetit, with oil, &r. Passeoger, -Mr. and Mrs. Cain, and three in the steerage: 8.-From the Sperm Fishery, the American ship Panama, 253.ions, of Fail River, Cummins, nineteon months out,rwitih.400 barrels sperm.. 8.-From.Port Nelson, 16th, and Port Hlardy21a! October; the 'schooner Star of Chinau, 112 tons. Ward, with oil, &c. Passeegera-Mlessrs. Pierry, Prince, Carter, Hoare, Croake, Stuflield, and Hammond, ,:. 9.-From Hobart Town, having left the lit in, stant, the barque Lord Petre. 521 tons, Lackey. with aurplus stores. Passengers - Lieutenant Domville, 21st Fusileers; Dr. ...

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Irish Intelligence. REPEAL—CAPTAIN MOCKLER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

it'i1) 'IntellgeIce. G-0 REPEAL-CAPTAIN MOCKLEl. The following address has been presented by the Repealers of Trim to Captain Mockler, in testimony of their thanks and gratitude for his recent manly declaration in favour of the independence, legislative and judicial, of his native land t ** ADDRESSa "Spa-We, the Members of the Trim Repeal Committee, in our own name, and in behalf of the friends of freedom generally, respGectfully beg leave to offer our congratulations and thanks for the lade. pendent and determined stand which you have taken against the enemies of civil liberty anJ of constitu tional rights, and for the noble minded manner in which you have asserted the liberal and enlightened principles of freedom and eqnal:y. "That while acts of public virtue are at all times entitled to the acknowledgments or a gratefuil people, your spirited sacrifice of early associations on the altar of patrliotirsm preemlinently entitles you to the lasting regard and esteem of your fellow cit...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolyent Estates). PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WaDNesoDAY NovasBsa 8. (Before the ChfetCommissioner or Isoijent Estates). PROOF Of CLAIMS. In the estate of Ousley Condell, a first meeting : Brown and Co., 1681 17s 61 ; T. W. Bowden, 1191 t4s 2d ; Go.viand and Williams, 122110s 4d; J. Thompson ar.d Son, 331 GA 8d; J. E. Jones, 711 2s rd. In the estate of William sMatthb ews, an adjourned sinogle meeting was held, but no claims were proved lTsvanAY NovsEMBR 9. In the estate of John Terry Hlughes, an adjourned second meeting: J. G. Boulton, 4051 7s 4d; J. Dwyer, 1271 1Bs 1d ; R. O. Farrell, 1661 5s; J. J. Houston,891; George Connor, 601t; A, 1'Load, 31; 0. C. turner, 63381 3A 631; The Bank of Australia, 32,6441 16s Ild ; The Sydney Bank, 74631 5s 9d; S. Lyons, 16911 10s 2d; Emily hMesster, 4511 9s 2d (naot admitted); U. Griffin, 2681 3s 10d; J. Aaron, jun , 71 15s; William MotiSt 351 ; Peek and Campbell, 132111 s Sd ; the estate of Potts, Baster,'and Co., 1381 7s 2d; the estate of J. J. Peacock, 20251 13s 34; A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

Tflhe Morning Chronicle' is published twibe a week, on'Tednesday and Saturday; atd is exensivey circulaed Iroughou New ou ales, Van eme's Land, South ustratia, New Zealand, and India; and ininglanid. Scotland, and Ireland.- The urters d on e atMrc, ,30th, June, 30th September.: and 31stDecember; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying tiAe amount due. -Advertisers should nor/eon eachiadvertisement the number of inserlions required;, otherwise they are conttnud lilt countermaaded. Orders to dkondie nua e p r a4;era deietiseuaetnist ust ýbe sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new adverlisemnents arereelved till seiio',ltdk'on th'evening be/foe publicatian.-Alt instructions must be given in wiriting. and all leters vast 1aid. PUBLIC, NOTICE. WIELAIYE JONES, PL M i IS'EPh R, a, 7 n ' COLONNADEt,BRIDGE4STREET, SYDNEY, l R.ESPECTFULLY tnitkos leave to apprise his Frieinand fortmier' Patrons tiat he haits ragai...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

DIED, At Penrith, on the 6th instant, at the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr. Francis Robinson, Miss Louisa Fielder, aged 15, much regretted by a nu- merous circle of friends and relations.

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Ecelesiastical Intelligence. THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

3lzles0astticafl I)EnterIgence. THE CATHOLIC.INSTITUTF. ('rom.teo Morning Herald.L) The anonal meeting of the members of the Roman Catholic Institute wavs held on Monday, at the Free Ilasons' Tavern, Great Queen.street. Lord Ca. mos "presided, and upon the platform were Lord Lovat, the Hon. Edward Petre, the Hou. Charles Clifford, ioo. Sir Edward Vavasour, Mr. P. H. Howard, Mr P., anda number of Roman Catholic priests. lThe hall was well attended. The first eight or ten rows were appropriated to the ladies' and those in the rear to the other sex, a considerable number of whom belonged to the worlnog classes. The noble rhair an in opening the proceedlngs, congratulated the meeting on the presence among them of so many of the Rmarn Catholic aristocracy (cheers); he also congratulated them upon the large number of Catholics ini atiendance, notwith. standling the absence of that distinguished individual (loud eheers, bravos, and cries of O'Connell) who had fosteted from its coinmencemen...

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THE POLITICAL WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

THE POLITICAL IWEATHlER. -o (From the Dubin Weekly Freemaq.) 'ITe political aspect of the times maty be always calculated from the degree of heat and violence manifested by our cottensporary th e HIli. When the inclination of the cabinet is supposed to lear towards coerion, beho so strong as our eonlemporary in good political Protestantism-who so determined to abide by English interest, to the death if nsed be ? Again, when the ministry aee supposed to lest to.. wards politic forbearance, even we ourselves are. scarcely more totward in our reprehenasion of the. neglect of Irish interests, Last week " the Dske" I was supposed to bq jq the as:eooda', and t'sq (4il. talketd of nought but armed. Protestants and banded yeomanry. Just now the cautious Sir Robert is Lord Paramount, and this same " Protestant people' are warned that thieir "inoterests no longer egageg the attention of an English cabinit." Yet a littler and we shall not despairl that our contemporary will thoroughly agree wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

SHEBP-IBOILING. 'pHE undersigned is now ready to .. receive Sheep for melting down, having fitted up boilers on an extensive scale. Being him self a practical workman, and having a thorough knowledge of the melting and preparing of tallow, added to the experience he has now acquired of this particular branch, feels confident that no other melting estabishlment will give greater satisfaction, or torn out a more abundant yield of tallow. He assures those settlers who may favour Ihim with their sheep, that every attention will he personally paid to their interests. Samples of tallow melted from sheep may be seen at his premises. For further partitu lars, address, post paid, WM. B. ALLEN. N.D.-One thousand sheep per week can be boiled, and the tallow turned out of hand in a proper merchantable manner, so that the owner can nave two shalliongs per head for his sheep the day after they are killed, and his tallow in the-market on week after the delivery of the sheep. Soap Manufeitory, Suss...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1843

Legislative Council.   Thursday, NOVEMBER 9. The Speaker took the chair some minutes after half past three. DR. BLAND. The Speaker communicated to the house a letter which he had received from Dr. Bland, asking the house to extend the leave of absence already granted to him for a further period. Leave granted for the further period ,of a fortnight MR. BERRY. The SPEAKER communicated to the house a letter which he had received from Mr. Berry informing him that the honorable member had been compelled. to leave Sydney for the purpose of attending his brother at Shoalhaven, who had been serioursly in- jured by a fall from his horse. HUNTER DISTRICT. Mr. Wentworth presented a petition from cer- tain inhabitants, freeholders, landholders and others, electors residing in the northern portion of the county   of Hunter, claiming that their right to return a member to this council was restricted, and the free election of such member impeded, by the southern parts of ...

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THE STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

THE STATE OF iRELAND. -0 (From the Chester Chronicle.) It would almost appear like culpable negligence, if the public journalist were to pass caver the state of Ireland, at a time when the governmaont appears to fnd it necessary to place the whole con ntry in a state of siege. The inu.nitions of war,' the troops both' horse and foot, are bairig poured in, as irf t.e.conquest was deemed requisite: andintended. Every military position is being reinforced. Depots of arms and men are beinig establis bed, wherever an advantageous military post can be selected.' Nor' are ' operations confined to land. A cordon of cruiser are placed in the channel ; thoughl for what purpose. itwaould be difieult to predict . , " .. , It is calculated that salready the troop? stationed in Ireland amount to 30,000, being, n'arly ? threi times the number deemed necessary by tbe,Whig government; and even thfs force is to be augmented. Notwithstanding the peasceful and 'constitutional character of the repeal.me...

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