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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSIN$SS& .~0a ttUaChf?oommlslo6nsi or Irnol?vet EaseM). S .PAel OF CLAIM . . - I'n the estate e(Cbarles fooper, a single meeting a J. A. Smith, 2018 ,' In the estate of Robert Tod, a ,special meetin pas held, but noclaime were proved. ::. )Is_ theesati of fJames Englishb al stglle meeting W W. Fowler,8! 8sdid. G Isedore. 71s7 d4d (Jates J, WtoI, ; W , Reynolds, .Il .12a ..; Gil, Shrist and Alexander, 441 10s 9d. ,In the estue of ~imma Rowley, an adjourned. pecial meetings J. ThoLp and Co., 22919 Old ;1 J; S. Ranson, 2191 Is 13d J..P. Robinson, 1371 In the eItae of Owen and Co .a frst meeting t Harper., Blundell, end Co., 184114i Id ; J. Tegg, 96lOs6d; A. B. Smith and.Cu., .1031 103s d ; estate of R. and T. Coveny, 1611 12, lId; the BSgar Company, 451 14 8Bd ; the Union:Bask, :9413 10 d; Flower, Salting, and Co., .169g1 3* 10Od J. Wright, 9583..., In the estate of Thomas Lwias, a 6rst meeting i J. Forster, 19418 lid J. Bionnie, 131 12t 6d .j. Forter, f 16f s J. Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

SHEEP.ISOILING. T HE undersigned'is now roeady to receive Sheep *for melting down,'" having fitted up boilers on an extensive scale.,: -Belog him self a practical workman, and having a thorough knowledge of the inelting and preparing of tallow, added to the experience he has 'nuw acquired of this' particular branch, feels confident that no other melting establishment will:give grester satisfaction, or turn out, a more abundant yield of tallow.` He. assrtres those settlers who mayfavour hipu with.their sheep,; that every attention will be peraonally'paid to ithelir interests. Samples of tallow tnelted"from'she6p may be seen at his prerIisds. ' Fr further paitlcu lars, addkess,'postpaid; .- . ...... . . : M. B. ALLEN., N.B.-One thousand, sheep per,.week,eaq" bea boiled, and the tallow turned out of hand in a pro p merchantable manner,' thiliat 'tlhe owner a?i hai v two shillings per head' 'for his: sheep the dayrafterr they are killed, and his tallow in the market ton, week after the ...

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THURSDAY, NOV. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

T-?wRsDAT, Nov. 18. The Seazsa took the chair about half past three o'clock. ABSENT MEMBERS. The SpxaxaR communicated 'to the hkise a letter which he had received from Mr. Hamilton, eo pressing his regret that he had not been able to at tend the'call of the house, which had bti mlade on the motion of Mr. Wiodeyer. The: letter stated,. that at the time 'Mr. Hamilton received the letter he was distant from Sydney 220 miles. Mr. Wsrrwoa~r observed,, that kir. Hamilton. could not possibly have any greater necessity to be absent from his duties in the homse, thin he (Mr. Wentworth) had. And aoy and every person who undertook to perform the duties of representatires of the colony, whether elected' or nominated by the crown, ought to postpone their own privatelioterests. to the interest of the public,, especially in times of peril and despair like the present. . The SPsAESK hoped the excuse of Mr.'t lamilton' would be deemed suffcieot;and 'he was glad to be able to say, that at any early m...

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Latest from Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

3Latret front v7an t~fitmcn'u U.atl. -0 [From the Hobart Town Courier.] Sri Joan FaNtisN?'s DsEAaTUns.-,Oo Friday next, at five o'clock, our late beloved and respected Governor takes his final departure from our shores. He leaves it with the good.will of most-and the esteem of all. Even his personal and bitterenemies are forced to confess that whatever he may have done, be has ever had the benefit of the Colonists at heart. We should not at this time of parting say aught which may rouse a bitter feeling. We would take example from him, and be in charity with every one at the parting hour. His friends have deter-` mined to assemble at four o'clock at the Auction Company's Rooms, and thence ,proceed- to: the Brigade' Major's; and from that join the cartege, which, according to-usuial custom, escorts the ex governor to his place ofembarkation., - FAT BULLOOK.S- VAN, DIzIaMN'e LAND STocK. The two bullocks which gained the first and second prizes at the recent Midland' Agricultuial Show,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

fibtlract of gatin bt aUCtron Adverrtisd I, this paper, whloh take pluoe befors our neut publication, THIS DAY. ir. LyonP, at eleven, fat bullock. .. AMr. Siuh?s, at eleven, wool, gin, brandy, doors, . . LMONDAY. Mr. Sthbcs, at twelve, land at Field of Mars. Mr. Lyons, at eleven, crape shawls, &c. Mr. Chapman, at one, brick hoieses near Grose's WVihail. 181' OF ADDI'TIONAL 8SU1 ;1SCRIP'IONS for the :Erection' of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 12th November, 1843. ., ' £ s* d, Very Rv; tbe Vicar GenOral .... .. 0 6 0 AFriend; ',': ... " .. ...... 10 0 Nir. Thomas-Healy : ..... 1 ,!0 0 L;. Cell ....... 0 83 0 ; Anldrew Conway" ' ' ..;...: 0 2 6 A frieod'per Mr.:Ribhard Cullen;;.... 0 : 6 Ditto .. 0. 2.,6 Ditto .. . .... 00 6 Master James.Coyle ........ 0 2 6 S GeorgeCurtis's weekly collection 0 I 1 Wm. Curtis's ditto 0. . 3 1': Peter Curtis's ditto ......... .0 , 11, ,..HenryOustis's ditto ........ O 4 7 A Friend .... . . O 2 '6' Collected by the'children : .::...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

S"The Morning Chronicle" is pubhlshied twice a iweek, on Wednesday and Saturday;. and is extensivelyUcirculated'throughout New. South Wales; Van Diemen's Land,! South Auastralia; New Zealaid, andIndia; andin Englandla Sotland, 'arid Ireland.- The Quaers n th March 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; 'at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.--Advertisers should mark on each` ad'ertisemento the numberof insertions required; otherwise. they are conminueadtill countermanded. Orders to discontinue or, alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thirsday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the eveing before publication.-All instructions must be given in wri cong, and all letters postaid. O PUBLIC NOTICE." WILELIAlM JONES,: LETTER PFRE 13 ANlD @IPPIER-PLATE PROIIITERa, &o., &., COLONNADE, BRIDGE.STREET; SYDNEY, ES'PECTFULLY takes leave to Sapp...

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To H. H. M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

. o H. H., . A. - Sta-If avery one of your Milesian ancestors had been eqially inf8eible In matters .of faith, you •weuld scarcely he found, at this time of.day,,calling people ugly, unchristian-" names ;" nor would it be necalssasy ,perhaps forsomen of the descendants of :those who never if went oves," to draw very largely. ,on thrir -stock of presumption, in order to obtain ethe privilege of addressing you; but be this as -it .may, any one .of them, nlow., may be permitted to ,takethat .liberty :(in their own vindication atleasst) -seeirtgthat you have laid yourself open to it, by 'termlog the faith of bhe whole body idolatrous; .aid should I happen to be aset the most humble, .which.I regret ; -buteven the moatlineignlatant being of iheeatire, which 1 also regset, perhaps, air, 9You will ie• very little cause.to'lud fault with,me en either ?ore, even after ye -have read (isould you .ever-read) this communication. Without further ;preface, then, allow me to point out to you the ma...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

Tnu Dugs CouNTINo Noss I1-A circular from the Horse Guards has been ad dresied "to the commanding officer of every regiment in the army, directing him to make a return of the number of Irishmen in his regi ment without delay. ''he objectis understood to be, to enable the Commander in Chief to determine which regiment may most safely or prudently be stationed in Ireland, to provide for the contingency of any IRepeal outbreak. Thus it appears that the silly and micschievous step taken by the Lord Chancellur of Ireland in reference to the Repealers in the civil ser vice of the crown, is about being taken by the Commander in Chief, in a somewhat modified form, in reference to the armyl THi CONDITION AND FATE OF ENG LAND.--Some may object that I have dwelt entirely on the dark portions of the\picture, und hence have not rendered Englandojustice, or given a correct view of her state of blended good and evil. I am not insensible ut the greatness or the virtues of England, but these are, no...

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Port Phillip Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843

Uottt!1 tlltyp 15tractsJ. · o-a (From the Port Philitp Gazette November 4.3 * ClrnaiOLlC 'CHUacu.-On. Wednesday, evening last, the Rev. Mr. Geoghegan, in pursuance of ad vertisement, delivered a discourse on one' of the tenets of 'his church, the doctrine of puigatory. 'Thb attendance was so inumerous that seats could. not be procured for all, and many persons were'com .pelled to leave from the oppirssive heat of'the even ing; which was augmented by the crowded state of the congregation. ' STHhE M AVonALTY.--The position and respecta. .bilitly held by Mr. Moor in our community, have induced mainy to predict that Which they wish.,tdbe 'the, fat, namely, that this gentleman will supersede 1lr. Coodell in the office. of Mayor. Should he accept the honor,-he would be incapacitated by the act from practising In hiikpirofession as an attorney,. and we think it extremely improbable that he would .iurre'nde the profit; othis'very "lucrative profession sadl practice, fdr a seat on the bench,...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. Adrastus, 360 tons, Chaplain, June 30 Androwoedo, 408 tons, Sutton, July 20 Asia, Patterson, June 28 Bangalora, 889 tons, Nelson, July 4 Bueoophalus, 657 tons, Small, August 2 Cdedonia, 403 tons, Liddell, July 6 Cremona, 400 tons, Bully, August 1 General Hawitt, 950 tons, Hart. July 20 Ganges, 450 tons, Macdonald, July 3Q Ssltasa, 374 tons, Lyell, July 37 FROM LIVERPOOL. Columiane, barque, 290 tons, Wakan, July 31 South Stockton, bug, July 30 FROM MOBART TOWN, East London, barque L'Amsitie, barque Mafors Watson, schooner Psyohe, barque Trirou, missionary schooner Tobago, brig ~andeaer, schooner - FROM LAUNORSTON. Calypso, brig Skerne, brig. FROM NEW ZEALAND. Arael, schooner, Deborah, schooner Lunar, brig Norts Star, R.M,S. Oratavo, schooner cotio, schooner Vanguard, schooner FROM TUE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. Counteso of Wilsors schoner Ernest, schooner FROM MANILLA: Mumford, schooner Urgent, ship FROM BATAVIA. Rebecca, barque

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. THtTION OF TDB TIIERMOIETEB. tU. M.N. N. WIND. WEDNEsD&Y....NUT 15 82 74 72 N.S. Clondy T A ......... 18 80a72171 N.S. Ditto FIIDAY ....... d7 .80 78I 72 N.E. IWindy SATURIDAY ...... 18 84 78 80 N.S. IDitto MONDAY...... .20 91' 75 84 N.B. Ditto TUESDAT ...... 91 f801 74 74 S.B. Windy Mean Iemwpeutntre,80;.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

SIR E. SUGDEN'S LAST.-The Chan. cellor was remarking this morning that the weather was getting VERY WARM. " Yes," said the person addressed, "it is almost '98 IN THE SHADE !" Everybody-Richard An. thony Pigot, Moore, and Hatchell included chuckled at the idea; but Sir E. Sugden could not, for the life of him, see what there was ridiculous or to laugh at in the answer. Sir Edward, for once, was quite right. Tli PROPAGATION OF THE. FAITH, -The subscriptions received by the central committee of the association in Dublin, for the last month, ending on Monday last, amounted to £630. Considering the immense sunts received for other benevolent purposes, It is truly astonishing how general and generous is the aid given to this hallowed so ciety in every part of Ireland, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA.-The go. vernrnent of the East India Company has of late years been the most benevolent govern. mnent India ever possessed, but it is lamentable to think'how little good to'the people of India has hithert...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

HIGH WATBNI IN SYDNEY COVE. Thui DAY. 10 min. p. 9 morgin 85 min. p. 9 evening TOMOUROW. 6 min. p. 10 morning I 30 min. p. 10 evening ' RIDAY. .54 min.,p. 10 morning I 13 min. p.11 evening Sun rises this day 3 min. p. 5; sets 57 wain. p. 6. New Moon, 22nd, 89 min. past 3 morning.

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Port Phillip Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

Vert PritlUp IitrMatta; Ma. CONDr.sL Ru*aLaCTiD MA'YOR.-The alary of his Worship the Mayor will be subjected to the now sliding scale Ineroduced into the couicil with such happy effect for the first time last Tuesday. His Worship's salary is to be £200. Nir. Condell is pledged to resign his seat in the Legislative Council iwmediately. Mr. Boyd, owner of, the Seahoros, and Mr. Itaymond are both spoken of as likely to be requestod to allow themnselves to be placed in nomination as candidates for the vacant office.-Port Phillip Herald Nov. 10. Nay MASasrraTs.-Edward Ctrr. Eaq., was sworn to before his honor the Judge; at the Supreme Court, on Thursday list. assa magistrate of the territory of New South Wales and its dependencies. -Gasestsa. t Exrssorruaz.-The espenditure of. the alel bonros corporation for the past yes? has amounted to the sum of £2,619 l8a9d. The receipts £2,616 7a10d.,a balance of £3 I0s lId .being to the debit of that body.-ibid. Tea BLacscs.-The black loubras are b...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

*bt lhi1gJpi, In Itgence. AnttIVA+L. Nov. 21.- From HobariTown, having sailed on the lith instant, the; brig Asela, 20D:tons, O. M'Dougal, with tea, hay, &c. - Passengers-dlr. Mores, and MIr; K. Butler. Mletalefe agent. DEPARTURES. Nov. 17.=For Port Phillip and Launcestompthe steamer Shamrock. Gilmore, with sundries. Passen gers-Mestrs.1'hckter, Browning, Hult. liirkinshaw, Howdoon Woolworth,TroodHntpon, Bj4 Rowe, shank, M'Quin, Arinstrtig, ParkinoaadJeffrey;; Mrs. Tucker, hir. and Mrs. .W. Hinton, &ai. and Mrs. J. Hinton, aMr. and Mrs. Case, Mr. and Mrs. tacdatiaoe, Miss Murphy, Mr. nod Mrs.. Sheady, and Mr. atd Mrs. Oliver. 17.-For the South Sea Fisherv. she American barque Winlesl, Pease, with 1000 baiedls strnr. oil. For Port Phillip, the barque Isabells Anna, Beard, with saundries. Passengers-Messrs. Clarke, Castle, and Orr. I8.-For London. the barque Moatesusms, Selkirk, with colonial produca. Passengera-Miss Farness, and Mr. Orimshaw. 19. - For Launceston, the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

EARTHQUAKB.--1s ithrerDany way to escape an earthquuke 1 Yes, have a balloon always in readiness, and as soon as the shock commences, jump in, cut loose, andascend beyond the " storms of time and sense."-Amerioan Paper. It's A FACT.-.Young ladies who are accustomed to toad newspapers, are always observed to possess winning ways, most amiable dispositions, invariably make good wives, and always select good hiusnands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

AGENTS FO~i TUB'OHROYJOLK;.4 Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds,;, ,Wollongaog; rMr.'Edward Corrgo .Bathursat, Mr. IL.-Jooes,,e .Goisiborn, Mr. Uenry Thompsonr ,. ;, . oatFonýi.Jhltga,; -,Maitland, Mr. Deq &ludge,, Mr. L.'anapson ~..t Campbelltown;i Mr. M'Alister!" Windmor ;M , 4mmeaCaaaidy ;.-:,r Peorhha; M~. James MtdCarihy', SAppio,'Mr. O"wQn su~rgy _ 1 .t Jercr~'. Plains; Mt. As J. Harpur, P.M.'.S ", IBongoolp, Mr: Edward' Husghe.ý"' ?a. , Wo1;lombW;'Mt. Michael o Pibs~be5Ad itn th. Untied ki ngdoms by--' Mr. Janer; 83, Paterooster~row,tLondda '3v ;'Mr. W:` J.'"attersby, 5tBseuuubridiesj Usd1. oient~atr'eet, Dublin.` ~ I. i~n Sjda~v l'*iN 4 sd !Iubtibbsl p7 fIMLtUAI4V. D.AKOT,ol 4,5:Att3!e*ýº h CUrpt rU~VLtJ11 1f'ýIri4rQ,.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In reply to the complaint oi our Port Phillip contem. porary, respecting the irregularity In the receipt of our" Wed. oesday a" publIcatIons, we beg to slate that no blame 000 altnch either to our departmeont. or that of the Poet O1111. bere. From enquiriee sede we find that our Wedncedayy numbere are regularly posled tand, according to the elate. meeut of the Post Offce autLoritiea, regularly forwarded. Should our comeb nporary, however, eperlenee. a repetition of the lnconvenience of whio beo complaies, we ashll instituta a more searching enquiry, although satisfied that the neglect mast originate elwhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

O U ' respececdl ifriend, Mr. JAMES' i,.MALISTEt;iIaving kindly under taken the Agency o-f the' "'Morning Cbroniclt9 in the ,district of Campbell town,; oar Subscribers are acoordiangly requestedTto pay him their respective aooounts.,,,n ... Mt.,CIIARtLEs BRvLLarthaviog kindly undertaken the Agency of ile *¶lChro niole" in the Port Phallip °district;'our Subslribers .io, fiat" qu'tcer, rspealally those in arrears, are requested forthwith to settlo their accounts with bin. * Chronicle" 0Ofice, .Nov. 9, 1843.',1' NoTricE TO AGENTS AND PARTIES MAKING RB7 MITTANCBS. IN order to awoid the cxpense'of post. .1 age, onil apare tnmb in letter writing, we intend to adopt a plan. extensively follobed by lrother, Jonathan," for eolsiowledging, the receipt ofusubscrip. alon money :iiz;, to publish the initials of parties rebutting woney.a ;'Thus we lavo to' acknow ldg ibs. letter of Ii. F., of Goolburs, of the lih instatl. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. OU It Subscribers and Friends are respetfully informed...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

MARRIED. At Wollongong, last week, by special license, — first by the Rev. J. Rigney, and afterwards by the Rev. D. Mears, Robert Pitt Jenkins, Esq., of Bamballa, to Mary Louisa Adelaide, eldest daughter of Captain Plunkett, Police Magistrate, of Illawarra.

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