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The Confessional. Translated from the fifth of a series of Essags on confession, by the Abbé Ph. Gerbet, in the "Université Catholique." [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
The Confessional.' Translated from the fifth of a series of Essags on confession, by the A bbd Ph. Gerbet, in the " Universild Catholique.',?" Fully to unders'ind the •moral riches'witli which the Christian religion: has* endowed our humanity, it would be woll to consider them, for a moment, with the eyss of some great sage of Pagan antiquity, and to feel something our elves of the admiration he would experience, f, suddenly returning to the world, he saw un folded before him those marvellous creations brought forth by the Eternal Word. W? can at present but consider one single Christian institution--the Confessional. But to render the light under whicli it would appear to us the more sensible, let us suppose Plato and Fenelon conversing together, and the Christian Bishop giving his answers to'the doubts, difi culties, and presentiments which preoccupied the soul of the siubline disciple of Socrates. Plato. Divine old man of modern days, can you an swer the question which often occu...
AUSTRALIAN Floral and Horticultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
AUSTRALIAN The First Show this season *was held in the George-street Market Buildings, on Wednes day, at 2.o'clock. It exceeded all former Ex. hibitions of fruits, flowers, and vegetables, and was crowded with spectators of the highest re spectability. Their Excellencies 'the Governor and Sir Maurice O'Connell honored the exhibi tion'with their presence, and all the beauty and fashion of Sydney. The Show Room was de corated in the most tasteful style with festoons and devices of beautiful flowers, shrubs, and ev ergreens of the rarest kinds, and most brilliant hues. A Military Band, concealed from visitors by a bower erected for that purpose, enlivened the exhibition ; and the assemblage and the scene altogether presented a coup d'ceil on en tering. both novel and beautiiul. The following is a list of the Prizes: The best Camelia ttulip], the large silver medal.-Mr. Robert Henderson. The best Tuberous-rooted Flower [Resaunou lu,]. third silver rnedal.-Amateur. The best Potatoes, the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
,ale Of Wio0tte0 The Horses, &o., landed from the Hope on Monday, were sold on Wed nesday) by Auction, by Mr. Polack, having been imported by' himt, and realised the following prices i One grey gelding, Richard Jones, £ .Esq ...................... 50 One ditto, ditto ,..i....... 33 One ohosnut mare, W. Hart.... 52 One black ditto, Richard Jones, 48 Otie black ditto, J. Armstrong.. 60 One black gelding, Richard Jones 41 One brown ditto, George Hill, . 40 One brown mare, Richard Jones, 50 One brown gelding, Mr. Webb.. 41 One grey golding, Mr. Keook.:.. 60 One iron-grey gelding, G. Went worth, Esq.,.. . . :..... .... '02 One liay gelding, S. A. Bryant 54 Onieblack dittos Mr. V. Solomon 02 One iron-grey ditto, .. :Egan, Esq '....i 77 One'grey mare,Richard Jones6.. '38 One grey gelding, Mr.',Webb .. 70 One: brown filly, Rlobert Jones Esq ... ... ...;*.* ' 39 Onel birowni horse, Mr. Gannon.. 31. X014 After which the followingColonial bred't '-.i..., C One bay gelding, saddle and b...
Supreme Court, CIVIL SIDE, Monday, September 16th, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
,uprvem Court, CIVIL SIDE, Mjonday, September 1iih, 1839. This being the first day of the Civil Term, their Honors the Judges took their seats in their robes) and the following gentlemen were ad. mitted to practice as barristers of the Supreme Courts via. t -Constantine Talbot Crighton. of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, .Xr., Wil liam Alexander Purifuy. King's Ion, Dublin; James Cooke, a member of the Irish Bar; John Bailey Douvall, and William Hustler of the English Bar. Executions were ordered to be issued against several parties who had become secnrity for otisers,lhad absconded fiom their bail, and also against several jurors for not answer. ing to their names when called upon. After several motions of Counsel, the Attor. ney-General moved that M r. Surgeon Russell be called up forjudgment, being convicted of dis secting and mutilating the head and body of one James lMackintish, sand removing. the brains, in order to prevent a duly !qualified medical witness from ascertainin...
PUBLIC DINNER TO Mr. O'Connell in Newry. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
PUBLIC DINNER i TO Mr. O'Connell in.., ?ewry. (Abridged from the Freeman's Journal.) Tuesday, April 10th, being thoe day fixed on by. Mr. O'Connell to accept a public dinner from the Reformers of Newry, that town piesented a scene of unusual bustle from an early hour in the day. Thousands of thoepea santry from the surrounding districts crowded into the town, and assembled in front of the hotel where' Mr. O'Connell was. expected to stop. B]etween one and two o'clock, Mr. O'Connell, accompanied by the Most Rev. Dr. Crolly, Maurice O'Connell, r Esq., M.P., and Nicholas Markey, Esq., arrived from Drogheda, where he spent the preceding night, and after stopping for a short time at the hotel, proceeded, in company with the I venerable primate, to visit thenun nery and some of. the -other public establishments in the town. Upwards of 400 gentlemen sat down to dinner. The chair was taken by Denis C. Brady, Esq., late member of parlia Inent for the borougl.' On the right of the chairman sat...
A brief Chronicle OF Passing Events. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
,A. brief Chronicle OF ijarding "fibenttl. Mr. Barlow, of Bridge-stieet,. has completed the Theatre of Arts.,: It:is. open on Monday, Wednesday, and, Friday evenings.MSixteen iBarris ters were. presenata the' opening of the Supreme, Courie in 'Monday; yot there ,was notta.full attendance of thebar...; ...Inn the :Carinramatta district, 'the wheat cropsljook well on the hilly'and dryplaces ; but on the lowI wet lands, they look chilled by the late rains...... The hay crops promise: abindantly ; :barley is looking well, ainil tiere is very prospeoct of a good season.... A letter from Muslebrook, dated the 9th instant, states that the Hunter was not fordable, owing to the floods ; and that three men and two bullooks were drowned, in. making the attempt.:.... The new Wesleyan Chapel, at Parra matta, will be opened on Sunday; and on the same day, H. Macarthur, Esq., Member of Council, will lay the foun dation stone of another new Chapel on the North-side of the Parramatta Ri ver.......Th...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
.ocral ?~telligeuce. PORTLAND BAY.--lt is reported' that the Government havo it in con tamplation to form, a settlement at Portland Bay, for. which purpose ;a survey is to" take "plao'eo immediately.' A road is to 'be opened from. Mel bourne torthe above Port. The Port Phillipplans wililreap great advantage from sunch 'an 'arrangement. COMMUTED SENBTENCES.-Theio sen tences of death, passed .upon the fol lowing'prisoners at the' last :sittings of the Criminal Sessions of the Supreme Court, have been coinmuted to trans portation to a Penal Settlement, for life, viz.-Thomias Parry, for an un natural offence ; Thomas Barry, for stabbing, with intent to murder; and Charles Wilson and Thomas Bolson, for aiding and assisting in the same. ]BtJRGLARIRIS.--On Monday even ing, the house of a. Hawker,.,named Sibley, was entered by: wresting the padlock off-the door and a box, con taining clothes, papers, and a simall Iseal ofmoney, ria;rfled., On theosameo evening, the shopoof Messrs. Guion &am...
THE GAZETTE. GRANTS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
THE GAZETTE. GRANTS OF LAND. The following Grants of Land, with the names of the persons to whom they were originally promised, or by whom they are now claimed, are published for general information, in order that all parties concerned may have an op- portunity of correcting any errors or ommissions that may have been made inadvertently. It is requested that within three months from the present date, the particulars are required by the Govern- ment Notice of the 1st of October, 1838, may be accurately furnished to this office, viz:- Surname and all Christian names of persons in whose favour the Deed is to be prepared, written in full length, his residence, and the in- tended name of the property. Also, (if required in any name but that of the original promisee) the grounds of the claim, and a letter from the said promisee, if living, and from all intermediate assigns, if any, giving his and their consent and sanction thereto, and witnessed by a Magistrate, or by a Solicitor of the S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
.To. Parents. " ANT E D, . Two repeotable' Youths, as Apprentnaes to the Printing' Business;-Apply to the Editor of this Pper. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, W?R8T 8 IAITLA D, BEGS to return his grateful thanks for the liberal encouragement he has experienced since his commencement in business, and hopes by assiduity to merit its continuance. He begs to assure his Friends and the Public that they may' rely on their orders being executed with the best material and workmanship, and in the first style. Notice. JOHN MEILLON. of "The Jew's Q Harp," Licensed Victualler, George street, Brickfield Hill, Sydney, begs to inform his Friends and the Public, that the 'l'ransfer of License from Hugh Cosgrave to John Mallesn, notified in the Sydney Papers, does not relate to him, but to another and diffi:rent person, whose name, with the exception of a letter or two, is the same as his. J. M. has had no occasion for to seek the Transfer of a. License, being already in possession of o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
General Steiaxt 'atigation oitmpaltt. A T a General Meeting of the Il lawarra Steam Packet Company, called by public Advertisement, held at the;lRooms of the Company, this 27th day of August, 1839. A. B. SPAnK, Esq., in the Chair. A Deputation from the Committee of the Brisbane Water Steam Packet Company, con sistinF of John Eyde Manning, James Barker, Esquires, and Major Smyth, having waited on the Meeting with a view to the Union of both Companies-and with instructions to that effect. 1st. Resolved-That the proposal this day made by a Deputation from the Brisbane Water Steam Navigation Company, for an Union of the two Companies, on such terms as may be agreed upon, be accepted by this Meeting. 2nd. Resolved-That with a view to the forma tion of a New Company, embracing the ob jects of both the above-mentioned Companies, it is expedient to dissolve the Illawarra Company, under the 52nd Clause of the Deed of Settlement, authorising such disso lution under the Hands and Seals of two....
THE Australasian Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
THE Australasian Chronicle. Sydney FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1839. "--------------Be just and fear not; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Let all the ends, thou aim'st at, be thy country's Thy God's and truth's " SHAKESPEARE. IT appears that letters have been received in Sydney by the Hope, from the notorious missionary Prit chard, at Tahiti, which confirm the statement, that his disgraceful conduct in regard to the Catholic Missionaries has brought additional humiliation upon the unfortunate Queen Pomare, who had ruled for a considerable time solely under his guidance and con troul. As attempts are being made to mislead the public upon this affair, we think our readers will not be sorry to be put in possession of a few suppressed facts which have led to this resent ment on the part of the French, and which are calculated to present it in a different light from that in which the propagators of falsehood would exhi bit it. In the year 1836, two French Mis sionaries, Messrs. Caret ...
Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 20 September 1839
We are happy to announce that another Concert will take place this evening at the Old Court House. The Lady, for whose Benefit it is, is spoken of as a first-rate mu- sician. It being her first musical enter tainment, we hope the good folks of Sydney will not be backward in patronizing her. She has secured the talent of all our old &nbsp; friends; among whom may be numbered Madame and Monsieur Gautrot, Mrs. and Mr. Bushelle, Mr. Deane, and his family. Miss Fernandez has also received the pa- tronage of Lady Gipps, and all the leading families now in town. We wish Miss Fer nandez a good house, as the reward of her talents.-CORRESPONDENT
Commercial Information. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 September 1839
otommtrcfal nforntation. The Lady Fitzherbert left this port for Ma nilla on the 10th of November, and tier mails from here arrived in London on the 25th:March. The cargo of the Hope, including the horses, realized £10,780. Mr. A. Polack has purchased the Hope; we perceive she is laid on for New Zealand. A great portion of the oil of the American whaler Richmond, has come up from the - Bay of Islands, in the Augustus C'asar.. The Eleanor will not come to auction as ad. vertised, she having been sold by the owners for £1,700. The William Mitchell is fast loading for Lon don, and will sail about the middle of next month. The Gilmore hauled from the Commercial Wharf round to Woolloomoolloo Bay on Satur. day for the purpose of receiving on board the necessary materials for the erection of an hos. pital at iPort Essington. During the strong westerly gale, on Friday, the Henry lWellesley drove on shore, owing to her anchors getting foul. She had at the time the Indemnity moored alongside,...
Supreme Court, Friday, Sept. 20, 1839 [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 September 1839
'Supreme Court, Friday, Sept. 20, 1839 Mr. Justice Willis sat to day hearing cases in Equity. Saturday, September 21. Their Honors the three Judges sat in Banco to-day to hear motions. Thie Attorney Gene ral moved for an injunction, on behalf of the Crown, to stay proceedings, in Sir Maurice O'ConnelPs cases of ejectment against several partier at Parramatta. The Attorney General's motion was opposed by MLlessrs. Forster and Windeyer for Sir Maurice. Their Honors were of opinion and adjudged,- that the motion be deitrred to 1Priday next, to admit of time for counsel to consider their arguments, and in the interim all proceedings to be stayed.
Merbanic's School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 September 1839
filecbanic'0 'rbool of arts. On Friday evening,. the Rev. John.Saunders continued his seri's of interesting Lectures, commenced last year, on the ancient writings and the formation of letters from the Egyptian Hyroglyphics to the present alphabet, and, notwithstanding Miss Fernandez' Concert at the old Court-House on the same evening, which prevented His Excellency and many dis tinguished persons from attending, the hall was well filled by a respectable audience, and the Lecturer listened to with great `attention and apparent gratification. We regret we cannot afford space in our present number for a more lengthened notice of this highly popular and in. structive Lecture.
SUPPLEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 September 1839
SUPPLEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. j IMPORTANT. - Late yester* aý arrived at William's Town, tb0 ship Magnet, 272 tons, fro¶ it. London, Thomas Mann, left F .bgland 11th April. She spoke '7he bark Ellen, from Glasgow bonId to Singapore, and the schooner rI4urobor from London to Algoa Bay all well. Passenger, J. MeShar Mrs. and Miss Shaw, Messrs!corgo and Henry Shaw, J. S. G fjjma, C. W. Ellins, and W. B. IIy 'am Steerage, Mr. Drain and .urslett. Cargo -. general. This vessel Is one of a regular floot, that we may now look foerward to as a constant source of news from our Father Land, and to bring to our shores, to domicile under the protecting care of our -in 'telligent and talented Governor, a number of titled and wealthy settlers, together with a constant stream of labouring emigrants, paid for by our Land Fund; which fund, the weight and influence of the settlers now arriving will assist us to enforce at the hands of the Government.-Patriot.
Last Week's Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 September 1839
1Laat illiltsel's filarkctsts The wheat by the Hope, from Valparalso. sold by auction on Thursday at 25s per bushel. Van Diemen's Land potatoes, of superior quality have sold at £20 to £23, and some of inferior quality at from £18 to £20. Oil (sperm) sold at from £81 to £88 per tun. Three hundred coils of coir rope at £30 per ton. One hundred and fifty boxes of Manilla cigars sold at 28s per box of 1000, by auction. Don bar's bottled beer was sold at 16s per dozen. Little was done in the spirit market-a large parcel of West India Runt was sold on Wed nesday ut 6s 9d. Tea may be quoted at from £8 to £9 per cheat. Fair Mauritius sugar at £30. The sugar per Hope sold at £33 by 'auction. Trade was generally dull during the. week.
Prizes Given at the late Floral and Horticultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 September 1839
Prizes Given, atl he late Floral and Horti cultural Show. A5 the list of prizes had not been fairly transcribed by the Secretary at the time we published our notice of this, interesting exhibition, we only subjoined those we could ascertain viva voce from that gentleman. The following, we believe, is a correct account of the whole of the prizes distributed : Flowering Shrubs. 1. For the. best Camilla Japonica (Japan rose), to -Mr. Henderson, of the Darling; Nursery 2. For the Peony moutan (Japan peony), ditto 3. Podylaria (a Cape plant) to an Amateur 4. Sntherlandia fruteseens (scarlet bladder senna of the Cape), to an Amateur 5. Erica (heath), A. B. Spark, Esq. 6. Protea (protea), ditto 7. Mffagnotia (magnolia), Mr. Hen , derson 8. Wall flower, Mr. M'Knight 9. Geraneum, Mr. Webb 10. White 'moss rose, Mr. Green, jun. Florous Flowers. 1. Tulip, best, Mr. Henderson 2. -Ditto, second bost,,ditto 3. Ranunculus, best, Amateur 4. Ditto, second best, ditto 5. Cape bulb, best, Mrs. Orr 'G. ...