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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. ,| PRELIMINARY MEETING wilt be held at th- ^ ROYAL HOTEL. THIS DAY. the 5th instant* at i o'clock p.m., for the purpose of considering what steps should bi adopted for preparing a petition to the Legislative Council agains the revival of Transportatioa. All persons interested are earnestly requested to attend: /''?? 7 ?.'... Sydney, September 3. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ; ' ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION; Victoria by the Girace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain land Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith &c. ' ? .-/:;' ; to the widow (ip any) and to the next of kin 01 john marmon iianley late of parramatta street in the city of sydney and colony of nsw south wales licensed victualler deceased. Greeting — 1^17 HERE AS it. hath been represented unto our Su ™ v preme Court. of New South Wales by the Proctors of IMlden Jamps Hilder, a Creditor of the said deceased, that the said John Marmnn Ban-ley late of Parramatta Street in t...

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THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

, THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. Surely the- words, religion, liberality, and justice, are losing their old meanings very fast. There must have been some great ' catastrophe' in the moral world, so .- that words and things both, as they used to be under stood and valued, are becoming fossilized, and, by and bye, he who lives long enough, will see learned sages with su percilious brow scrutinizing the curious antiquities as so , many coprolites. It is difficult to keep pace with one's age in such changeful times. No geological catastrophe could have bothered the respectable old gentlemen of the Saurian family more than we begin to find ourselves perplexed by such a novel use of words as is made or implied, for instance, in this Bill to incorporate and endow an University of Sydney. Or is it, perchance, one of those splendid audacities of genius too sublime to have any meaning at all for ordinary mortals? It may be so, and then there ? is no hope for us, on whom the mantle of iEdipus, if he e...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR SEPTEMBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR SEPTEMBER, ? 1850. 5 , Th,. S. Lawrence Justinian, bp. and conf.., s.d.. 6\F Of the Peria, O. S. B..S. Benedict, 's.d. 7 j Sot Of B. V. Mary, in-sad. , : 8 S X-^L after Pentecost, Nat. of B. V. \1. , d. , 2nd in Sep. 9 M Qt the Octave. 10 Tu S. Nicholas of Tolentine, d. ? 11 W Of the Octave, s.d. 12 Th. Of the Octave, s.d. 13 j F Of the Octave, s.d. 14 i Sat Exaltation of the Cross. d.n. 15 S . | 'XV I.I. after Pentecost, Oct. of B. V. M., 3rd in Sep. 16. 1\1 SS. Cornelius find Cyprian, mm., s.fiJ., lessons of Sunday.. i (.? j u cHigmain or » Francis eonj, a. 18 ? W Q. '1.- Fast, S. Joseph of-Cupertine, conf. d,. 19- Th eiSj Januarius and Companions, nvm,\. d... 20 F Q T. Fast, SS. Eustachius and Companions, mm. d. 21 ? Sat Q T.-Fast, S, -M atthew , ag. d. 22 S XVUI.after Fentecost,;4thVnSep., Dolours of B.V.M. d. 2.3 31 S. Linus, pope a.nd m. s d. 24 Tu B. 'V.-M., of Mercy, d. ?25 W S. Thomas uf ^illanova, bp. and conf. d. 26 | Th , SS. Cyprian and Justina, m...

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THE MARCH OF "INTELLECT." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

1DHE MAIICH G3? 'INTELLECT.' Men now-a-days are not content to walk, or even run.) they must '%' in. their progress- along the surface of Mother Earth. So in the; paths- of knowledge or of ' progress'' as it'is vauntingly styled, people are not satis fled with. calm, reasoning or careful induction, they must jump at their conclusions,, despising- the experience -of the past and rejecting ' the wisdom that is from on High.' So one of our learned Senators lately arguing the propriety ani economy of withdrawing, the stipends hitherto. allowed to Gaol Chaplains, is stated to have very philosophically, exclaimed, ' what the d—1 business have they, (the prisoners), with Clergymen,- — what do they want with- religion' ! No doubt, as this guardian of the public purse, and patron, of public- morals, may perhaps have learned to dispense with the ministration of Clergymen, and to find religion, of no earthly service to. himself,. he may consider that the miserable tenants of the prison could r...

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Legislative Council. NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

UcgtsliUius ComuiL JNOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. Lamb to move that an address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to* revoke the Order in Council by which this colony has again been made a place to which offenders may be transported. Mr. DonaldsoD, of his intention to move an address to his Excellency praying a return, of the number of visits made by clergymen and ministers of reliffionc during: week days, to the Denominational Schools. Mr. Donaldson gave notice of intention to jnove on Wednesday the following resolutions :— ' 1. That without meaning to question the general principle that the Police of the colony should be maintainetTin an efficient state wholly from local funds, they consider that the large amount of crime, which is the necessary result of the old penal system but lately abolished, would be sufficient to establish a claim on the part of this community, which would not only justify the retention of a full regiment in the colony, but al...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KERE, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

3Satni0ttt intelligent* DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Kbhr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. FRIDAY. In the estate of William Aird, a third meeting was held, and the following claims were proved : — John Phillips, £107 13s. 2d., and Edward Austin, 16 13s. 4d. The official assignee gave in his report on the affairs of the estate, which was read to the meeting, who thereupon instructed the assignee respecting the assets. In the estate of Samuel Furneaux Mann, a special meeting was held for the election of a trustee, and Mr. William Perry was elected. In the estate of Patrick Hayes, a special meeting was held, at which one witness was examined. In the estate of James Reid, a special meeting was held for the appointment of an assignee in. the room of Mr. H. Bell, deceased. Mr. William Perry was appointed. TUESDAY. In ihe estate of Patrick Hayes, a special meeting was held for proof of the following claim :— William Thurlow, £50. In the estate of A...

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CONVERSIONS FROM THE ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

CONVERSIONS EROM THE ANGLICAN CHURCH. We printed last week an important document relating to the Gorhara case, and to the probable effect it will have in bringing the 'Catholic movement' to a crisis. -The document stets forth in explicit terms the conviction of leading Higjh-Ohurch Divines, that the Church of England will stand committed to heresy unless %she repudiates the'Gorham judgment, and that in. such case it willbe their duty to secede from her. Now as it is nob conceivable that the Establishment can by any means be brought to repudiate what the majority of her Bishops and Clergy heartily, approve, the document in question virtually amounts to a declared intention on the part of the gentlemen signing it, of withdrawing from her communion. The names appended were those of Archdeacons Manning, Wilberforce, and Thorp ; Drs. Mill and Pusey ', Messrs. Keble, Dodsworth, Bennett, H. W. Wilberforce^ Cavendish, JSadeley, and Hope. ? To Mr. Hope the Bishop of London has since ad dress...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

®eclt$ia#tiial lnuili®tiue. First Commukion and Confirmation. — On Sunday t!i? congregation of St. Mary's Cathedral had the pleasure of witness- . ing the ' first communion' of upwards of three hundred youn^ people. This was at the eight o'clock mass. Subsequently, at the eleven o'clock mass, four hundred and nine persons received the sa cramentof confirmation. Of these .four hundred and nine, abou. one hundred and fifty were converts, sixty of these latter bein^r adults. For the last eight weeks, morning and evening, his Gtbch the Archbishop and the Right Reveread Bishop Coadjutor havebecm engaged in instructing and directing, at St. Marj'a.the.chjldrenauu. other catechumens. They were constantly assisted in instructing and in the confe sional by tbe Venerable the Archdeacon, the 'Very Reverend the Dean, and the Rev. Abbe Gourbeillon. The children from St. Benedict's had been prepared by the Rev. Sub Prior of. St. Mary's, and those from St. Patrick's by the Rev. Father Sumner. Afte...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

BATHURST. (Jcrom our Uorrespondent. ) The Calholic constituency of the hon. member for Cook and Westmoreland, are devoutly praying for a speedy opportunity of expressing to that gentleman their sense of the part acted by him on the occasion of the proposal to augment the vote for the support of the Catholic Schools of the colony. The poor subterfuge to which the backers of Mr. Martin resorted when canvassing the Catholics of those counties, and the off-handed air of liberality with which he was professed ?? to be a Catholic, if he was anything? is not forgotten. Defend us from these ' esprits forts'— is the uni versal feeling, — and, consequently, it is to be feared that the ' feed' which is said to have been in contemplation as a welcome from the mountaineers to their representative, will turn out to be but Barme cide's feast. Warned sufficiently, and not a little indignant, at the conduct of a person whom their votes dressed in a little brief authority, Mr. Martin's constituency a...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

EPITOME OF NEWS— FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. From the Van Dieman's Land Council Papers it appears the estimate for 1851 is 145.42H. 14s. 8d. The supplementary estimate for 1850 isl5,27U. 17s. 6d. California.— Serious disturbances had taken place with the Indians. It was reported that two engagements had taken place at Clear Lake between a detachment of American Dragoons and the Indians. Two of the former were seriously wounded, whilst between xov anu auu ot the latter were killed. Letters from St. Helena, of the 20th February, state that the Governor, Sir P. Ross, was in a very declining state of health and not expected to survive more than a few days. it; aPPears from a parliamentary paper just issued at the instance of Mr. Ewart, that the revenue of the post-office establishment in the presidency of Bengal, falls short of the disbursements by nearly 5 J.OOo rupees per annum. In Madras the deficiency is also very great. la the Mauritius and South Australia the income has slightly exceede...

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LITERATURE. REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

? ... ':. I.IX3ESB.ATVRS. ? ! H = REVIEW. !The Final Appeal in Matters of Faith. A Sermon Preached in St. George's Catholic Church, South ' wark, London, on Sunday, the 17th of March, 1850, by the Right Reverend N. Wiseman, Bishop of Melipotamus, V A.L. London : Richardson and Son. This Sermon on the Gorham case strikes us as the most powerful and closely-reasoned view of the Anglican position that has appeared for a very long time. . Every page in it is or importance, ana oy rar tne largest part is characterised by extreme originality. It is, in short, just the sort of statement which we can conceive acting as a final solvent to the doubts of a fair-minded Anglican,, and one for which all of that communion ought to be obliged ; at least, if they are disposed to listen to the opinion of a most clear-headed and courteous spectator, that spectator being a learned Catholic Prelate. Those will pay attention to Dr. Wiseman's words on this affair who sincerely wish to know their real posi...

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GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION—" NO IRIS [?] NEED APPLY.' [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION— ' NO IRIS a NEED APPLY/' {From the Dublin Freeman's Journal.) A question has arisen between the colonists of Aus tralia Felix and the Commissioners of the Colonial Land and Emigration Board in England. To this question we would have drawn the attention of our readers at an eariier period had not some 'Australian papers which we received on the subject bten accidentally mislaid at our office. Jn 1842, an act — the 5th and 6th Victoria, chapter 38— -was passed for the regulation of the sale of waste jancis. in tne Australian colonies, ay tins measure it was enacted that half the sum realized from such sales should be expended on emigration from England, Ireland, and Scotland, in. proportion to the population of the three countries. To carry out this government scheme of emigration in an impartial spirit, T. W. C. Murdock, Esq., C. A. 'Wood, Esq., and F. Rogers, Esq.,. were appointed commissioners. These gentlemen reside in London. Their office is there. No.ne of...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

COASTERS INWARDS. August 30. — Victory, 19, Fisher, from Brisbane Water; Somer set, 9, Lowry, from Brisbane Water ; Maria Prudence, 26, Augusta, from Wollongong; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Sylph, 23, Orpen, from Brisbane Water ; Beppo, 24, Downs; Albatross, 31, Lambert'; Caroline, 22, Craigie ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Gleaner, 18, Louden, all from Newcastle. August 31. — Frederick Griffiths, 54, Davis; Edward, 29, Hutton, both from Newcastle; Mary Ann, 16, Farrier; Rainbow, 19, Pennington, both from Brisbane Water. September 2. —Lapwing, 20, (Jresswell, Neptune, 15, Jones,   Henry, 15, Bridson, all from Snoalhaven ; Wave, 17, Jackson, from Broulee ; Endeavour, 15, Ho well, from the Hawkabury ; Traveller's Bride, 32. Lindguist, Trial, 23, Bamford, Mermaid, 20, Campbell, all from Newcastle. September 3. — Magnet, 17, Kerr, from Shoalhaven ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Echo, 22, Robin son, from Shoalhaven ...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS—WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 September 1850

HOUSE.' OF COMMONS — Wednesday, April 17. EDUCATION BILL. Mr. W. Fox moved the second reading of the Educa tion Bill. ' : ? * Mr. A. Stafford rose, pursuant to notice, to move that the bill be read a second time that day six months. He looked upon the bill as an invasion of the right of civil and religious liberty, because it proposed to abandon the principle that prevailsd in the country, that religion should form part ot every system or education, and thereby set at nought the religious feelings of a large majority of the people of -this country. The Earl of Arundeland Surrey seconded the amend ment amid loud cheering. He believed that no man but an Infidel would maintain that that education was the best for man that was irrespective of religion. (Hear.) He was a member of a Church which had invariably maintained the principle that religion was of primary concern, and that religious education should be under the care of the Ministers of Religicm,, a principle acted on by the Roman...

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COUNTRY AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

C0UNTB,Y AGENTS. Adelaide ? Mr. Michael. D'Arcy, Appin — Mr. Wm. Hennessy. Bathurst — Mr. James S. Freeman. Berrima— Mr T. D. O'Sullivan. Brisbane — Mr. Haynes. Bungadore — Mr. John Dwyer. Browlee— Mr. Edward Kirby. Brisbane Water— Mr. Chas. Trbanor. s Canterbury— Mr. P. Hynes. Concord— Mr. John Clancy. Campbelltownr- Mr. G. Plunkett. East Maitland — Mr. Thomas Ashton. . Geelong—- Mr. John Man&field. Goulburn— Mr. C. Fitzpatrick. Hartley — Mr. E. Moriarty, Kissing Point — Mr. James F. Stanley Liverpool — Mr. Thomas Cahil. Launceston — Mr. James Madden. Melbourne — Messrs. Cregin and Moore, Booksellers. Parramatta — Mr. John Joseph Mollholland. Penrith — Mr. Michael M'Namara. \ Prospect — Mr. Francis Reily. Picton — Mr. Denis Rierdon. Richmond and Kurajong— Mr. Thomas Tierney. Singleton — Mr. John Haynes. Warrambool. — Mr. P. C. Gosling. West Maitland— Mr. Joseph J. Harpur. Windsor — Ma. Joseph Carney. Wollongong— Mr. John H. Wiles. Yass — Mr. Joseph M'Kenna.

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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL TOWN AGENTS. Me. Daniel|Donovan— King-street. . Dr. Vaughan — Miller's Point. - Mr. M. Palton — George-street South., Ma. Phillip Walsh— Parramatta-streeU Mr. Molroonev -South Head Road.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

TSRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Fivepence each -number, 5b. per Quarter, or £ 1 per annum, to be paid in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. The terms of advertising are, for each insertion : — „ ?? ' 8. d. For the first inch ? 2 6 For every additional inch ? i 0 Advertisements must be forwarded to Mr. J. Moore, Printer and Publisher, George- street, between Park and Rathurst-streets, not later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday, All orders for alterations most be sent by 2 p.m. on Tuesday. It is nesessary Advertisements should specify on them the number of insertions required, as otherwise they will continue to be published until countermanded. Births, marriages, and deaths will be inserted on the subjoined terms : when forwarded by a subscriber, free ; non-subscribers, the charge will be Is. - Printed by Jeremiah Moore, in ?Wooloomooloo street, in the city of Sydney, New South Wales, for the Proprietors, and Published by the said Jeremiah Moore, George-street, in the City an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTE WALES. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. Victoria by the Grace of God of the United Kingdon of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of th Faith &c. to the widow (il1 any) and to the next 01? kin 0] joitln maemon hanley late of pariumatta stree1 in-! the city of sydney and colony of new s0ut.1 wales licensed victualler deceased. Greeting — 'W^HEREAS it hath been represented unto our Si . V¥ preme Court of New South Wales by the Proctors of Tilde James Hilder/a Creditor of the said deceased, that the said Joh Maiunbn Han ley late of Parra'matta, Street in. the City of Sjdne and Colony aforesaid Licensed Victualler departed this lii on or about the twenty-fourth day of August instant (bavin at the time of his death goods chattels credits and effects i , tile Colony aforesaid,) intestate; we do therefore peremptoril cite you and each of you to appear personally or hy you Proctor duly constituted before our said Court at the Coui House in King Str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

WE, the undersigned Inhabitants of the District of Brisbane Water, take this opportunity of publicly expressing our thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Wiles, late teachers of the Roman Catholic School, for their unremitted care, attention, and solicitude, towards the Pupils committed to their charge, and also deeply regret the circumstance of their leaving'. (Signed) CORNELIUS D. COCHLAN,. R.C C. FRANCIS SPEERS, DENIS DWYER, Chief Constable, PETER FAG AN, RICHARD GORMAN, JOHN PELING BALL, HENRY ANDERSON, MICHAEL LEARY, B. PARTRIDGE, ? ????,?? joeN COCKCROFT, RALPH WOOD, PATRICK OWENS. WILLIAM OI1VER-. James O; harrow, JAMES HENNESY, WILLIAM HELPS, and WILLIAM OLIVER. Gosford, August 18th, 1850. ' GENTLEMEN whose good taste enables them to duly appreciate FIRST CLASS WORKS OF ART, are respectfully advised to apply for tickets in CLARKE'S ART UNION, - ? ?; without delay, as the drawing will positively take plaee in a few days ? at THE hOYAL HOTEL. \ It is generally conceded that hitherto there ha...

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PUNCH'S POLICE.—A VERY MELANCHOLY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

PUNCH'S POLICE.— A VERY MELANCHOLY CASE. Yesterday, a gentleman of the name of Ihomas Car- - lyle, was brought before Mr. Punch, charged with being; unable to take care of his own literary reputation — a very first-rate reputation until a few months- past — but now, in consequence of the reckless and alarming con duct of the accused, in a most dangerous condition ?;. in dieed, in the opinion of very competent1 authority,, fast sinking. , . The office was crowded by many distinguished per sons, all of them manifesting the most tender anxiety towards the accused ; who, however, did not seem to feel the seriousness of his situation ; but, on the con trary, with, folded arms and determined expressiou of' of visage,, called the worthy magistrate (Mr. Punch) a ' windbag,' a ' serf of fiunkeydom,' and ' an ape of the Dead Sea.' John Nokes, a policeman; with a- literary turn, proved-, that he had long known the doing of the accused. Witr ness first became acquainted with him through his.' L...

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