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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

. UIK respected friend Mr. JAMES M'ALISTRR, having kindly under; taken the Agency of the "' Morning Chronicle" in the dlitrict.of Campbo 1. town, our Subscribers aro aocordingly xequoated to. pay him their respeotive accounts. " Chronicle" O'O ice,. Nov. 9, 1843. NOT'ICE OF LtEIOV AL. j U Subsaribors ,and Friends are ' respectfully informed that " The Morning 'Chronicle" will in future be printed and published in B1r.idgo-stroot, . Sjilnby, on tho promises' late the" Aus tralian' Newspaper Ollco, Colonnade, where, in future, nil eonmmuuuieations urn to bo addressed. NOTICE TO AG NT'S. ,T HOSE whose names ppearoed in f the imprint of the lat " Austral asian Chronicle," as dul accredited Agents, are requested, bud hereby authorised, to collect all ~cconnts due, in their respective districts, to "'1'The Morning Chronicle," frowi the ]st of Octobur instant. MR. T'IOMAS HIGGINS Bs anthorisod to collect the accounts for `Sydney, and he will giro receipts, signed by Ma. iICHAEI. l)'AricY, ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THRRMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

WEIVl{Y Ml:TEOHOLOU1CAL TABLE. VARIATION UP TIM TIMIIIIUOIINTRR, %'4. 11f. IN. 161 INE). WRZNRsi~r....Nov. 8 lI 1 74 70j N.E. Clear TINURNAY ......... 0 70 72 6043 N.E. W WIndy IFRIDAY ............ 10 (I) 7 7) I N.E. Clear SITU lluAr.. . ". 11 03 701 70 N.E. Windy SUN JA '. 2171 4104 1 N.E. 3Cloudy NIlA. .7r............ 13 6i0 70 70 N.E. Dito I'UIIDAY ........... 14 70 741 70 N.E. DJIto I hie1n telnlperu lre, 700.

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. (Continued from our fourth page.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

rlcgtlattltc Council, FarnA?, Nov?nsass 10, (Continued from our fourth page.) Mlr. Lows did not see how the house could, in the way proposed, save itself from a bad precedent; because if a body of that house on a former occssion t could rescind a vote pr piously come to, it must be by a like body 'of that" house that such a decision t could be again rescinded. He would put that question to the honorable member opposite, whether by making the house doubly inconsistent, it would remedy the first inconsistency, and whether after bringing gentlcmen some forty miles from ithe inte rior, these gentlemens' opinion of the council would be at all raised by making them go back, in the words of the honorable and reverend member for Port Phillip, " the gate they came" (hear, hear). As to.the honorable member fat Sydney calling this a measure of necessity, it meant nothing more nor less than that it would be a matter of inconvenience to reconsider the decision to which the house had -come. The h...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. Tils DAY. 30 mlu. p. 2 morninlg I 1 min. p. oevening 03 min. p. 8 morning I mill. p. 4 evening 5 mrin. p. 4 morning R 3 min. p. 5 evening Snl rises this day 0 min. p. $; sets 4In min. p. 6 Lost Quarter of Moon,IOtb, 38 min. past 3 niternoon.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

CARRIAGE AccIW'r. - Yesterday morning, between .10 and 1 o'clock, as the carriage of I. Campbiell,:Esq, of Campbel's. Vhartf, was proceeding up Bridge-street, the horses became restive when opposite the Co lonnade and dashed the carriage against 'the pillars, three of which were "displaced by the violence of the shock. ' Tho'ladiie'fortunately escaped without any other incoinvenience than considerable alarm ; but we regret to add that the footman sustained a severe fracture of the leg. The coachman, by dexterously slipping from the box on to the backs of the horses, escaped injury ERRATUM. -- WV, beg to correct a mis-statement that'appioared in a late pub lication relative to the recent case of stabbing at the residence of Mr. Moore in the Botany District. The error alluded to was in the names of the brothers, Peter. Dillon is the sufferer from the injury inflicted upon him by his brother Napoleon, and who,. we are glad to learn, is now in a fair way of recovery. TIue Doo NuisaN'C.-...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

INSOLI'ENC BUSINESS. SATUnDAY, Noveatnon 11. (Defore the Ohtie Commissloner or Insolvent' etates). PROOF OP CLAIMS. In the estate of James Andloearks, a special meeting : Newnham and Tooth, 211 141.' An offer of comnposition of 10s in the pound, payable in bills at 3, 6, and 9 monihs, was afterwards aso cepted. In the estate of James MI'Cooey, a special meeting was held, but no claims were proved. An offer of 10s cash, and 104 at twelve months, in .bills, was accepted. . ' . "? ! In the estate of George A. Lloyd, a .special meeting t the estate of A. Foss, 461 ? s 5d, not admitted, I In the estate of Forbes nod Co , a third meetin?n A. Sillitoee, 391 10s the Bank of Australia, 4561 ; the estate of F. Mit.chell and Co., 621 I1i 7d; . Smith, 61 2s 34. In the estate of Wicks Norton, a'third meeting W. II. Mklc'enioe, 2641 Da 41; i . Shere, 08616 J. Leammett, for wages, 21 10s ; Bi. sher, 2391 4 64 ; E. Mllanning, 4441 o. 14; J. 8. llaadson, 3861 0 10d ; W. M. Clarke,~ 101 In the estate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

SHEEP.iBOILING. T HE 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 branchc feelsonfideut that no other melting establishment will give greater satisfaction, or turn out a more abundant yield of tallow. He assures those settlers who may favour him with their sheep,. that every attention will be personally paid to their interests. Samples of tallow melted from sheep may be seen at his premises. For further particu lars, address, post paid, . WM. B.. ALLEN. N.B.-One thousand sheep per week can beh boiled, and the tallow turned out of hand in a. proper merchantable manner, so that the owner can have two'ahillings per head for his sheep the day after they are ,killed, antd his tallow in .the market on week after the delivery of the sheep. Soap Manufactory,...

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IMMIGRATION. COLLECTION OF "FACTS" REGARDING THE PRESENT CONDITION AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

IMMIGRiATION. COLLECTION OF " FACTS" REGADING TIIE PRESENT CONDITION AND FUTURE PROS PECTS OF IMMIGRANTS. W~E perceive that the "Emigrants" cnerý getic friend, MRns. CIusnoLMi, has under taken a very important task, and one very likely to benefit materially both the emigrants and the colonists at large, viz., " an -autlenticated account of the con dition, past and present, the possessions and prospects of three thouspnd individuals amongst the middling and industrious classes, certified by the resident clergymen and magistrates of the several districts in which these individuals may reside. " My object (she observes) is to do juatico to the character of a large body of people, an? to enable me to prove that the advancement of the colony doe ponds in a very great degree on due encouragement being given to persons of the middle class of life: they possess the energy, the patience, and industry to render available for public benefit the splendid re sources of this colony. The facts I s...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

r TO CtOIDttEStONDINTS. Our correspondent a is'thanked for hI .contrbudous and wemnoch nrgret that it is not In our power to advance Iis in. t..tereta In any way. We would reconlmeud our corrmlsondent to desert the Mdae's shrine,?nod to weud his way into the ilntcror. "A ltileslan's" comlulniatltoau has cbeen received, and Is under couslderatlon. 1' Our friend n Tons F tcILI"' in Y'ew South IWale. Is in. formed, that as we publish the most Important newsregardlltg theu great" Irepeal" movement in Ireland, and make such rs aorkh as we may'decm expedient, yet we have hitherto de 'alaeud opening our columnss to any "Colonial" discusslous on thelo subject, : Ad as we oonsider this the most prudent aourso .under existing circunmstances, we must decline publishing honest 'Tom's" prseunt letter, though we moat cordially respond to the sentiments.thlat lireath throughout thisa corn. .msunlcatlon. -

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Original Correspondence. UNEMPLOYED LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

UNEMPLOYED LAIOUlR. Mln. En-ron--No one cotild have foreseen the runprecedented monetary confusion to which our colony has gradually arrived within the last few years, or have anticipated that his own exertions to .obtain an honorable independence, wou!d all have been lblighted, and his best laid schemes for aggran. dizement defeated. This, unfotunately', has been -the case, -however; and the general distress has -heon, and still is very great as the record of the Insolvency Court Kill abundantly -estify. When the times will mend, or, public confidence be again restored, iit is impossibte to say.; ad 'allthat we .can now do is boldly to face our dillitulties, and struggle .to .overcome them, in the fond hope that the object for which we expatriated ouiteles-to obtain bread, which our.own country, denied us may be accomplished. Our settlers, meichants, -shopkeepers, and indeed the great mass of our popue. lation, are almost beggared ; but we have the melan choly consolation of thilik...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

BIRTH.-At Macquarie-street, on the 12th     instant, the Lady of P. Harnett Esq. of a son.  

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

~bspUIng iiiitUL~Igence.. " ' AU IIVALS, !Nov. 11'-Froinmahe Bay of lalands, having loft the 10th ultmmo, the brig Guida, 47 ton, ,I'uarce, in ballast.' Passengers-Mrs. Tait. 1j,1From hobart Town, having left the 5th. instant, the brig Sir John Byng, 169 tosn, Tall auu,, uwith a geijeral cago.'a Prsengep-Ur. 'l1. Wliliaupý. ý .: .-. : ar, ji'lt' n " .. . ; i 11.-; From the Navigators Islands. having left the 5th ultimo, the schooner Petrel, 35 tons, Raby, with oil, &c.. 11.-From Port Phillip, having left on thie 4th' Launceston tbe7th, and Twofold Bay the9th instant, the steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore ,with sun. dries. Passengeers- Miss Grylls, AIr. Browns Captain Snodgrass (96th. regiment), Captain adn Mrs. Harper and child, Mr. Cetta, and a whaling party from Twofold Bay, consisting of sixteen men. 13.-From the Clarence River and Port Mtaer. quarie, having.left tle former on Saturday, and the latter on Sunday last, the steamer laitlland, '03 tons, Parsons, with wool, ...

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Irish Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

SJtit)ij Intelligenc. -o Lord John Russell made the following -able speech, on the odious and unconstitutional "Irish Arms Bill;", but ibo'ibill, though obnoxious to'the Irish people, was carried by a large majority, as a matter of course, in the ' Eugltshl" Parliament. Every day proves to the friends of Ireland,.that they can onljy find'."justice" and fair legislation in' a Domestic Parliatnei'l--. ** Lord John. IRussell said, so far as'I am called on as a member of Parliament, I ; am ready to go into committee to +consider the bill. .TIwill not now enter into the.details of such a bill, but I may say in passing ihail do agree with the argument 'used by my, honorable friead, thel omie or for Clonm. l last night, that powers recominended in .1810 by Mr. Wellesley Pole,. are' not powers a which need now oe' conilnued.' TThe power of entering into housea by night is certainly a ,power which imay be exercised most oppreosively, and with mtich infrac tion of tlea libelsty of,?the subjec...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

TuisDAV, Nov. 14. The house'met at. the usual. hour, but, owing to the noi-attendance of the requisite number of mem. bars, and Mr. Elwin, the chtilrinan of committees, being indisposed, the 'council was compelled to ad.h jouru till three o'clock tomorrow (this day).::

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

THE MIORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESD 4Y, NOVEMBER 15, 1843. ". toe just ntd fear nott Let all the ends thou ani'st at abe thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." /aJ'kspeasw . RUM AND RUIN. ON reading the Governor's " Message" re commending a reduction in the duty on im ported spirits, we involuntarily exclaimed, " how weak and vacillating is human policy compared to the stern and unbending prin ciple of right reason and sound Christian morality I" Here is the first and most able Statesman in the land, a decided 'friend to temperance,-an avowed enemy to the use of intoxicating liquors,-a politician who admits that any pecuniary gain to the Treasury .derived from the duty or license to import or sell ardent spirits, is far coun terbalanced by the evils arising from the use of these spirits-yet, with a clear per ception of these manifest truths, recom mending a " measure" calculated to ex tend intoxication, in order to meet the partial evil ocf illicit distillation I How would the "moralis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, onWednesday and aturday; and is extensveln y circaylated throughout New South loales, Van Diemen's?Land, SouthA ustralia, New Zealand, and India , and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods onlg subscribers can decline receiving it, fter paying the amount due-Advertlisers should mark on each advertisement, the number ofiinsertions required; otherwise ihey. are continued till countermanded. Ordersto 'iaiscontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before si. bo'clock on it'e evenings of ,Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.--All instructions must be given inwriting, and all letters post paid. - .. WILLIAI I JONES, LERTTERIFIRESS P LISI rID PPE -PL ArE COLONNADE I3InUDII .STiEET; , SYDNEY, " ESPECT.FULLY, takes, leaveo to, . I?"'epprisehis' Frendtaidand...

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Original Poetry. SONNET ON IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

,ri[?11tlI ul-o r!, SONNET ON IRELAND. There rose a voice fom out the ocean sea, When the proud wave rejoicint in its flight, tin Freedom's wings exults in poser asd might, Proclnlming loud, hnil matehiess Liberty. 'That wave that fiercely danshed, nil wildly free .li sadness slept near to a vedlaut isle, Where nature mourning faintly wore a smile, Pining in chains, weeping in slavery. Erin, 'twas thine o'er whom proud Tyranny Ihld long usurped her tnjust cruel sway, 'Till he who Freedom loved, and dearly thee, "Durst thro' the oppressing gloom with Freedom's ray. "Mild Heaven approving with unclouded smile, In triumph welcomed Ocaun's free-made Isle.

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.     -*- FRIDAY, November 7. The SPEAKER took the chair at half past three o'clock. WINDSOR POLICE MAGISTRACY, MR. WENTWORTH presented a petition from cer- tain of the inhabitants of Windsor and Richmond, expressing a sense of gratitude entertained by the petitioners for the system of economy and retrench- ment which the house had pursued. This petition could, in fact be looked upon in no other light than as a counter petition to that which was presented a few evenings since ; and what was still more remarkable, most of the respectable names which, were appended to that petition, would be found attached to this also; and the reason was, that the parties, signing the former petition had been misled, and avariety of undue means had been had recourse to in order to obtain signatures; the she- riff's officer whose visits were at all times unpleasant, was despatched, over one portion of the district to obtain signatures, while the chief const...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 15 November 1843

Abstract of Sales by Auctions Advertised in this paper, which take plaooe before our new publication. THIS DAY. W. H. Chapman, at Messrs. Walker and Co.'s Wharf, merchandise. TO-MORROW. Mr Stubbs, on premises, corner of Windmill and Fort streets, at eleven, household furniture.   W. H. Chapman, at rooms, at eleven, ironmongery, &c. &e. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleven, merchandise. Mr. Armstrong, at repository, at noon, horses, FRIDAY. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleven, dates. LIST OF ADDITIONAL SUB- SCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St.   Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 12th. November, 1843. £ s d. Very Rev. the Vicar Genral ......... 0 5 0 A Friend, ...... 0 10 0   Mr. Thomas Healy ........ 1 0 0 " L. Cetta ...... 0 3 0 " Andrew Conway ....... 0 2 6 A friend per Mr. Richard Cullen..... 0 2 6 Ditto ........ 0 2 6 Ditto .........0 0 6 Master James Coyle ....... 0 2 6 George Curtis's weekly collection 0 1 1 Wm. Curtis's ...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

QUnARTER SESIONSO . N<otice is hereby given, that courts of General' Quarter Sessions of the peace, in and for the cology of New South Wales, will be holden at the court hl6use, Campbell Town, on' Monday, the 27thi'day of November next, and at the cout house, Berrima;s oonl hursday,.the 30th day, of the said monthlof November. .- . . The Tickets of leave belonging to the undermen=: tinned prisoners of thle'crown, havebeen cancelled for the reasone stated opposite their respective: names - Bartlett Richard, Hercules 4, laiceny, Newcastle` bench. , Broderick Bridget, Buffalo 1, theft, Bathurst bench. Burns Hugh, Calcutta, stealing two bags of corn, Patersou bench. b Campbell Mary or Grace, Margaret 2, disorderly conduct, Parramatta bench. Drady Eugene, Clyde, assault, Carcoar bench. Gilison Cathersie, John Renwick; absent.from dis 'trict and maring a false statement, H.P. B ;court. Jaffray Helen, Earl of Liverpool, out of her district: th.without a pass, Liverpool bench. ' ...

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