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ADMISSION OF DISSENTERS TO THE UNIVERSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

ADMISSION OF DISSENTERS TO THE UNIVERSITIES. (From thre Tablet.) The pressure of other matter prevented us from t noticing the debate that took place upon this sub ject, on the 25th ultimo, on the motion of Mr. Christie, in the House of Commons; and we now notice it not for the purpose of commenting on the debate, but because we have had our attention drawn to it again by the receipt of a corrected report of the mover's speech on that occasion. Mr. Christie's motion was for the admission of Non. Anglicans to the benefit (or disadvantage) of such education as Oxford and Cambridge afford; and it was, as our readers know, rejected by a considerable majority. Of course our opinion is that it was im. properly rejected; improperly, we mean in theory, and with reference to those who rejected it; for, in practice, and with reference to our share of the grievance, we rather prefer that it should be rejected titan carried. We say that the majority refused improperly we may add dishonestly-to ...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. RETURNS—PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

r.egilatitbe Coutcil. -0- FRIDAT, NosaaBER 17. The SaEAxZa took the chair at the usual boor. RETURNS-PRINTING. Mr. PAtroN gave notice that on Wednesday meat he should move that certain returns relative to the importation of wheat, which fiad some time since been laid upon the table, be printed. The COLONIAL SECRETARY gave notice that on the same day be should move that certain returns, in -answer to an address agreed to on the motion of the .honorable member for Port Phillip (Mc. Walker) be also printed. DISTRICT COUNCILS. MR. WittaYsa presented a petition from Scone. and Murrurundi, against that portion of the act of ,parliament establishing the district councils, and complaining that the district was not properly repre sented in the council. The petition was read and. ordered to be received. MUSWELLDROOKI POLICE MAGISTRATE. Mr. WVINaDstt presented a petition from magis. 'trates, disalic councillors, and others, of the district of Muswellbrook, expressing regret that the council -s...

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

1ititract of .bales by flucllta Advertised in this paper, whlob take place beror. our 'neat publication, THiS PAY, Mr. Chapman, at his mart, at eleven, ironmongery. 1i r. Stubbs, at his mart,,at eleven, shares in Huater; River Steam Company, &c. &c. TO-MORROW. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleven, gliass, brandy, wine, &c. &e. FOR CORNEaINLET, Calling at other Ports on the Coast. TH E Fine SCHOONER FALCON, 76 tons. This vessel, has good accommodation for Passengers, and offers a good opportunity for families going to the southward. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Tuos. Cuovr, on Kellick's Wharf. 'or to Josw KSLr.Lic, Phillip-street. 150 LIST OF ADDITIONAL SUB3 .L RIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 19th November, 1843. Very Rev. the Vicar Genial .........0 6. 0 A Friend, ....... 0 10 0 Ditto . ........ 0 2 6 Ditto............ ......026 Ditto 0..***.. O.6 0 Mr. Michael Dalton ......." 0 7 6 ~ Owen Riley' .0 ''...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1843. THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1843. "te Just and fear nots Let all the ends thou atm'st at bethy oountrys. Thy God's, and truth's." *asakapear THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SYSTEM OFEDUCATION. THE ;above system of education has been introduced by Government into Van Die men's Land, and is being carried into effect in that colony for the last few years. Dr. Nixon, 'the Protestant Bishop of " Tas mania,"' has drawn a most deplorable picture of its "irreligious tendency" in his long, and in some respects, able speech befone the Legislative Council, on the 3'lst of October. We pass over the very petulant remarks'-of this high church ,gentleman xe garding the~opinion expressed -by the Very Rev. J. J. Therry, Vicar-General of Van Diemen's Land, 'on the incorrect and un faithful ' translation" of several passages 1 of the Holy Scriptures, as contained in what is generally termed "the authorised version of the Bible." Every good Greek and Hebrew scholar, whether Protestant...

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Legislative Council. (Continued from our fourth page.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

¶~cLsgIIattkc Q~ounctI, " mis atret ttr -9 (Continued from our foerth page.) Great quantities of manufactured goods, be. longing to the manufacturers in Scotland are now in London, for which when sold, bills are granted for a small part at three months, and the remainder from six to fourteen months, the greatest part of which goods have been formerly sold for long.dated bills, but are not so now from the difficulty of ob. taining discounts; and, he has' heard manufacturers say, they were willing to sell their goods with a considerable loss, to obtain relief by sales for ready money. "" He certainly thinks that paper issued on governa ment security, and advanced upon the deposit of goods or other unquasistonable private security, would, when properly understood, be a material reliefithae present distress of Scotland ; and he has no doubt several persons might, be found. to concur in giving a joint security for the support of co-part nerships, with perfect safety to the public. "l He ...

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Original Correspondence. (No. 2.) To H. H. M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

Oragilial 0tol'rrep0o trillcr. (No. s.) To N. H. M. A. Ssa,-Bat you may be disposed to rely on the sincerity of your purpose. It may sometimes, how. ever, be necessary to test one's sincerity. Now, Sir, I do not presume to ask, whether you have ever yet seriously thought of testing yours, and still less do I presume to point out to you a manner of doing it very simply, but very effectualty; but if you permit nee, I will presume to tell you a short story, and should it Le productive of the desired effect, and the attack which has called forth this "humble ad. dress and semonstrance" prove the most profitable eneio you, then shall I too derive from it additional confidence, by _rellcting that the same God who condescended to the weakness of Thomas, stooped also to embrace the prodigal, and thus, with your good leave, Sir, to my story s Abcut forty years ago, there lived in a city of America, (Doson, I think,) a gentleman, a Dis senting minister, named Thayer, like many other .well.mea...

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

"The Morning Chronicle" is published, twice a week, on Weednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land,-South Australia,ZuNew Zefand, and Indi&; nd in England, Scotlan d. aud Ireland.- The Quarters end oun the 31st March 30th June. r0th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.v-Advertiser: should mark o each advertisement the number of insertions required; othergisevthey are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisementsa must be sent in before six o'clock an the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday. and Saturday; but newu advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-'AlI instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paidd. PUBLIC .NOTICE. WVILLIAM; JONES, LETTER PRESS AEi®' @@PPER-PLATE PR iSTEIERf &e., &o., COLONNADE, BRIDGE .STREET, SYDNEY, RESPECTFULLY take...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -' NEW IasuLVgNTS. The following schedules were filed on Saturday last : Thomas Allen, of Baliosin, ship steward t Debts, 9918s2d. Assets-personal property,5ils. Balance deficiency, 941 7s 2d. Frederick Hervey. Colborn, tailor, in the debtors' prison a Debts, 1801 ISa 8d. Assets-personal property, 301; outstanding debts (good). I 10s ; outstanding debts (bad and ddotbtful), 331 9s. Balance deficiency, 1001 4s 8d. Samuel Stapleton, general dealer, late of Pitt. stieet, Sydney: Debts, 1505 ;6s" Assets-landed property, 30, ; personal property, a1. Balance deliiency, 1171 16g. William Freeland, of Argyle-street, Sydney. sequestered on petition and affidavit, but no schedule filed. 'the following schedules were filed on Monday, viz. : James Armstrong, of Kent.atreet, Sydney, plst. terer. Debts, 421 4s ; ditto dispated, 461 ; total 871 44. Assets-landed property, 6651; personal ditto, 61 15s.; outstanding debts, 141* Balance deficiency, 11 9s. Samuel.l acobs, of Kng-s...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. PARDON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1843

Government Gazette.   Friday, November 17.   PARDON. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be noti- fied that a conditional pardon has been granted to Jesse Badon, by the ship England, in 1835. The undermentioned prisoners of the crown have obtained tickets of leave since the last day of pub-   lication: -             County of Argyle       Bungonia   Milldr Henry, Charles Kerr   Goulburn.' Broder Peter, Hero; Hughes William, Portland; Hulcup George, America; Holden Rich., Albion; Johnson William, Marquis of Huntly; Kirwan Patrick, Jane; Lawlor Dennis, Backwell; Mat-   thewman Isaac, Recovery; Mottram Moses, Nithsdale; Souerly John, Asia 2; Scarborough John, Hive I ; Ward George, Heroine County of Bathurst. Bathurst. Brown James, Adrian; Flannagan John, Lady McNaughton; Ivers James, West...

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Foreign Extracts. ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

4FoVrtgnt 1xtracts. A letter from Rome says, "' the Chevalier Blon. deal Van Cuolobrouk, Consul General of Belgium at Alexandria, has just arrived at Itome. le has made a journey In the interior of Abysalsla, whrlh will prove equally. interesting to, religion end science. No traveller had yet explored the countries which lie has visited; not content with following the routi of the celebrated Bruce from Abyssinia to Seonaar, he pe netrated through a thousand dangers an d incredible suffering to Gondron, in the country of:the Sallas He visited in the south of Abyssinia seve~ti or eight. empires, wholly unknown to geographers.. In the religion professed by these numerous people, he found almost all the dogmas, of 'thristianity. The Pope, who honoured M.?13londeel with particular kindness, when he was Charge d'Affaires of the king of the Belgians at Rome, has been' pleased to hear from the young acid inattepid traveller's owe mouth the details of his, journey, which are espe. cially int...

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NEW TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

NEW TRANSLATION OF TH-E BIBLE. -o The necessity of a new translation of the Bible is now felt by all. The reformers of the religion of the original people of God, with the Montefiores, the Goldsmids, and the'Salamons at their head, are arranging with some eminent Hebrew scholars in Germany for that purpose. The Catholics, the immediate successors in worship of the Jews, will not permit the reading of the Scripture india. criminately, but not only have a modified version, the phraseology of which is suited to the present time, but they consider it necessary to, accompany that text with appropriate notes and comments. There can be no more decided proof of the necessity of a now translation, than the fact that no ordinarily civilized husband or father ofa family would permit. his wife or his daughter to read a by no means incon iderable portion of the Old Testament; and if any cl rgyman was to venture to read any of that portion publicly to his congregation, he would at once cause ever...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

V FSSELS.LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. Adraitus, 360 tons, Chaplain, June 80. Aid,douisda, 408 tons; Sutton, July 20 Rangelore, 889 toni, Nelson,'July 4 " .Bucephals, 667 .tons, Small, August 2. C sliaedOia, 403 tons, Liddell, July 6. Crimona, 400 tons, Bully, August I Geeralt H1sitt, 950 tons, Hait, July 20 Ganvges; 460 tons, Macdonald, July 30 - Sudtaua,.374 tons, Lyell, July 37 . FROM LIVERPOOL, Colrambi>r, barque,,290 tons, Wakan, July 31 South Stockton, brig, July 30 FROM HOBART TOWN. East London, tarque L'Anlisie, barque Marian Watson, schooner Psyche, barque Triton, missionaryschooner To;ago, brig FIROM LAUNOESTON. Culypso, brig . - Skee, brig. , . .. .. . FROM NEW ZEALAND, Ariel, schooner,:, .... 'eborah, schooner `tunar, biig Oratova, schooner ?Scotio, schooner Vanguard, schooner , . FROM THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. Countess of WiVlon schoner Ernst, schooner FROM MANILLA. .Mumford, schooner Urgent, ship . SFROM. BATAVIA. ebeccae, barqd , m mmr

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CATHOLICS IN WORKHOUSES AND GAOLS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

CATHOLICS IN WORKHOUSES AND GAOLS IN ENGLAND. -d (From the Tablet.) Another important subject, which in the course of last. year engaged much of the attention of your committee, is the state of such of our Catholic brethren as are unfortunately compelled to become the inmates of workhouses and gaols, with reference to the difficulties which your committee had reason to fear were.too frequently experienced by such mem bersof their faith in the practice'of 'their religion. Your committee addressed a seriesof .questions to the Catholic clergy in every part of England calcu lated to-elicit the necessary information on this sub. jecl; and the answers which were received from dif ferent paris of the kingdoin contained a.great deal of valuable information, and was, sothe wliole, satis. factory as regards the workhouses, inasmuch as in a great majority .of places from which answers were sent there is no complaint made of any grievances which, as regards religion, the Catholics are sub jecte...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

MIWS WAGER'.W -BYDN4EY CGV ' Tite l AT . DAY. t 42 4Swzip. Ilmornnng. I min:.p12cvenin6 * ... :. i .' + TOMORROW. ýo min. p., J; i ualag .:I 54 mliu. p.'] c' naulag NOW DAT. " ]lmin: p l~morndn g. 1 -"42 min.pl`ey1afag XiiKBDAT. c 6 mlii p. 2 mormag ý "0min. p. p ,!VCiD5 "6.4 mlin. p. 2 hutnhings .1- ")8 mlin p:+8 6rciihg 4lmin.p3 moming' 1 bmhn.p.4evcnlng 9mmn.p.4morning 'I' 2 ahn.p. 5 scmng Sunrisaes udal mdy ii.p se.'s69 min. p.. First Quarter Moon, 20th, 00 min. past 6 monnog.

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Sydney Markets. NOVEMBER 24, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

d igeeec FLOUR, WHEAT, &o. SBdrker's Mills: Vn Dileen's Lnn 1di, . .Fine, Flour,' lis V 100lbs, Odto ?s O. per bushel. ~, cash los Maize, Colonial, Is 3d toIs Seeorids, , cash liOs' retail, 2ato Ss 3d.. Birade d to.0d per 21I loaf I Bran, 1a44 to ia 6d perbush. Finesiisouit, 20spoi owt. /jarley,2sila to 's 0d ditto Seoond ditto, Iao ditto Barley, Cape, 2a ld to lq rid Sydney Oomlany'as MIll:- I ditto Flne Flour 11i ?". Il0lbs, Oat, Is Od to 1s 9d, ratzdi; eash 10s O. Od to as id Seoonds. 10s, tash G9 I Iy,G £o10 to £80. per ton Raton,£G,. cash £8 I WheatLtrawsa3dpefowl' Valparaiso ditto, L I Grass, wholesale,bd to ld per Colonial iVhoat;, o 0d4s jd doz. buhdlies;.letl, lid per bushel . . FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Ornges,ls3dto'2s0d perdo I tomoes, Is er doe .AppleIs, l.to 2sOd pei doz. SliverlUets; ts I per bundl . Loquat, 8 per quart Potatoes, new, V.D. L., 8 to Guoa a,- i la' pierwt;'or ld perlb Lisbon lemons, is ld to 2 04 -, Colonial 3sOd to Oi per dozen " Cbbaes Id to ad ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

.AGENTS FOIL T4E uOHltO.v[OL, . Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds ; ort Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen ':Woplongoog. Mr. Edward Corrigon SBathurst, Mr. R. Jones Godlburn. Mr. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John ltega, lo kianga, Mr. T. Poynton Maitland, Mr.'Dee ?ltdgee, Mr. E. Sampmso CAtmpbelltown, &a., Mr. M'Alister Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penrltb, Mr. James M'CarJhy t. Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpur l Bungonla, Mr. Edward Hughes , Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byrne Published in the United Kingdons b6 Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster.row, London Mr. W. J. Battersby, 6, Essex.bridgelParlla. rient.street, Dublin. nydner r Ptrnted and l'ublishead y MLOIIAKLD AGOY,Ot Mrldpe.street, at the OArmuloe Daur, irldg.s-reat

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBERl 25, 1843. "6Ue just and rear not: Let all.the ends tboua 1 im bL lty uouury's, Thy God's, and trutl's*" ' lukspoare. A WORD AT, PARTING TO OUR FRIENDS AND SUBSCRIBERS. VWE have had a goo'd deal of laborious duty oin our time, but the multiplicity. and di ?ersity of incessant labour that we have encountered for the list ninie months, since we undertook the functions of "Editor," far exceeded any thing of the kind thht has hitherto fallen to our lot. Our editorial duties are now.drawing to a close. Yet these duties were not the most unpleasant or. harassing portion of our labouirs as con nected with the " Press." The ".monetary confusion" that reigned in our little. "republic of letters" when we took the helm of the " Chronicle," may be ranked in the same category of "con fusion" that seems to have held almost universal sway throughout every section and district of the colony for some time back. We have had, almost single handed, to reduce th...

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PROCLAMATION. In pursuance of the authority in me vested by a certain act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland ; I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 13th day of December next, the following portions of land will be offered for sale at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above recited act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gip'ps, &c. In pursuance of the authority in .me vested by a certain act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland; I do hereby notify and pro. claim, that at eleven. o'clock of Wednesday, the 13th day of December next, the following por tions of land will be offered for sale at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney; at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the.terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above recited act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) COUNTRY LrS. 1. Roxburgh, thirty acres, parish of Falmash, near Meadow Flat. Upset price, 20s per acre. 2. Westmoreland, one hundred and fifteen acres, parish unnamed, Captain King'A Creek. Upset price, 20a, per acre.. 3. iArgyle; twenty acres, parish unnamed, at the old Wingello Stockade. Upset price, £25 for the lot. "4. Caden, iithirty acres plrish unmnamed, at Bong Bong. Upset price, £78 for'the lot.' " eastsatAN`Lnds. 1. Argyle, fifty-five acres, parish...

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

.Legil atibe Outtitcl. WxoreDNxsDY NovMEasRa 22. TheSrPAnna took the chair at half-past three. WATER POLICE. Mr. Ws??iwosir .begged-leave of the house to withdraw-the motion;whichbstood in his- name, that the report of 'th Water- Police Committee be be taken into consideration by the houIe, It was his Intention to draw iup a bill on the subject, with which he. hoped to be prepared so two or three days. After a few words from the COLOnsAL Sscaslraur, leave was girated. S.DISTRIOT COUNCILS-LIVERPOOL. Mr. Cowasa prIsented a petition from certain residents in the .district of Liverpool, objecting to cetain.clesues in. the sct* of -parliament, and par. ticularly to the 49th clause. The petitioners also.. objected to the terms of the chartesr under which they were., incoiporated.. The petition was read, and ordered to be re. -ceived. MONETARY .CONFIDENC? BILL. The S?xAxBa called on the Colonial Treasurer. to resume the adjourned debate upon this bill. The CoolNIAL TaxAsuuasasaid, that he ...

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

,. TUR~S?AY. Novs?MIn 21. Ilis.Escellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Joseph Chambers to' be Clerk of the Peace; Registrar of the Court of Request's, and Clerk of Petty Sessions,;atMaitlaod; in'the roo?m of Mr. M'Curdy.

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