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India. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

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China. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

LJ: , lJ[F:L t 14!P' Y":/ fit tiQ r li 1SiIt Ii ' ; :, /ý'ronl!!!L ttie S J!. Gal 1Cletmuly 25l "''oi 1{l %' "\,ý, ,l 1 lls ii 1 8:{11 ;.7 i. , " 2i,' t ie S. o Jn wman, esq. o i for't Adelaide, ttL .kre'ips sii 3) nut Ikb4;A-1i' 9vi to "he o A(4)iA'and of. t1OiLIM$P L1.~tilAt tou .tpJtIi of th ~ ot.Chickun liart~ not b ' ' and a rcj urt Was current-and beliivcd by tbth Chinese. 'Ii ttV a !I Y.UIIL."I LI' rii+ JL 11)j rl 1.1 JLIJ , 4. 1. l81 -- 1 iYIS (;piton, and le so.:t 1I11 I1 r t-, · a !,l bu frfl by, the mob.to;1~~ j nkeeilkefrigat.l ad' visit! Bi1oruc toe n gociat ii1Jt...: C ,.,,- L i t'l: f ac cc!muawrciai try ; li tile, ilutap told ttii 'ia~ '11.1n ert~isIeIb )fit 1 It J' II .j ".,1., 'Ii7 Iigt]ltt"',1 *iaving graii i~tto he gLisi fitie excuivesrigh to

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

lmtAWENTh JOR:IT MHE CHRONICLE. -' " BIERRIMA--Mr. B1. M Mi11bA:`';" ", zi y1,oMu i PAT! RsoN-Mn JSzO'Suri VXk. PARRAMATTA *$l ibr,'zrcAoirw. Ponr PHILLIP -MR'I-BU- ` UN. S tr , . a w).0 1VoLLb ibk"'- . 'b: i?''ý WLE '-"'Bl i1411fra ili:°ýP. divda A ll $0'"-,i Jdu JERIY'S PLAINS-1 .. 3 urAIli U4. inntl i, I YASAn . iid'4 C I 'o i ftb'b { irlll. JU gr C i t ··i·,t rrJt,, ! ,: ai a:U oil) :tt! ua& O 911$ ý3Iji.:,"t ,' tr: ilikulj,~bt~rofli2 iolP:(rol y~LID-JIB iti'1ý{anliý/I:0i'ý$k'tn ulraýýintr;y O++LPli:sEX; nRI: 'lry) .' ~ Lo' Y, of i ltfirr, In tf ii oa y Or" "!bftdlirany syducy, Now Soutb Wolcu,-:latIL.In)1 nueorUI 91 o55fiu.

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DR. LEICHHARDT'S SECOND LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

DR LEICHHARDT'S SECOND LECTURE   On Tuesday evening last, Dr Leichhardt delivered   his second lecture on the subject of his recent     expedition to Port Essington. The theatre of the School of Arts was more crowded on the occasion than at any previous time, and the lecture, which was highly interesting, and was listened to with the deepest interest. The lecturer, who was repeatedly   applauded, concluded in the following manner: -   "Having now given you a digest of my late journey, i shall lay before you the plan of an expedition on which intend to start in October next.   Captain Sturt's expedition has shown that the interior, in the longitude of the head of the gulf, is a     desert, at least to latitide 24 dg., where the explorer was compelled to return. It would, therefore, not be advisable were I to attempt to cross the continent in that or a higher latitude; ...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY, MARCH 23. STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

.Mebf go I; iLounct l23.1' Srn?aidaygfi;Cl'Air'gr' , .J 4lg)iD,'t.--t ºI, EarlhGsi?rlirt.rlsng tormoveimat, nlhttmile d dress' bhu ii en'te i l td li~t%' ajestyfelatfttid tn a lor d iltill, iltl , g f4Qna a, bjsj a suchl imtrdmiokllfliboultiy, maidltawhichle felt iitbbl.etol do justice. His only excuse-was thitlia~ni"liftIhil not found any'?li&'tiiUil?t ilr til?k s, and lie felt compelled h j??. i (r).tr1it?Itm'roduce tile matter. The measures wy4iml h l)l bin Introduced, with r feir ence to Irelasndowrea-I h hisii judgmenthaf;;istcli a. character as to rnid-rl, irlperative dtie libte' siitod take tie e'iisgl cplt ii , after havilng sh'ttiui.tt hills, of decl?rydjnlg b.~f|emr assembi4 .yeutl t! pt. those measures weral indhmselnv's quitseiiadm unteC to leureoth??g'tiM .ilb' by'which Irelan'?"il.en so tr.t,ru, t;, : ,ni., tirN'f i Irt" f. on the supposition that they w?re iqtepl.tpg ?e time for the application-iof-other and more eflectual remalieeJn Itiat*iithle.objetL~oi. th...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, AUG. 25. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and a jury of four. M'CARRON V. MOORE AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

.. %: a t"U( r DAY, AUG 2,r i;. It:, .Ii,,,: ý ?. 1 7 JC . ,a ,11. 4 ?, , w, 1 •3 1 1 .(11 'Before h HolIonor Dir. Justice Dlicinson.an a,1 q !A .01 iGt'. 'i(J91 i ofu '1. I: I_'71( i CARRON V. MOORE AND OTHERS. .: ; The SoliciitbiGineifil i liliel to have this case struckl' aoutf'i: e paper, on several grounds. ii d' 5ubshtncq1of n ida wjre h f, that e case ial been struecl out on a former d ay, an consequence of tihe laintiff not being prelpared to go onu, theattLef. hadu!reg8ulmrly set'it dqan fortrial this..ay .... SHis:?i.gno .;sid~ that Ile had; no, ijtrisdictiuon. i entertain the application. ". ?4 ` :!IJn u; L ,.... , .a Iaubs1 r 4. U WdON. This ?i"'s n actilon of asumpsit to recover a sum of £300"for use and occupation, andi fe goals sold ancd Oeivred, 8&. l-ie r deendlE aile' setup a viriety of pleas, but tlhat up Ul?I Fhielythle ase principally rested, was a plea of set off. Mf4i Puiref6?oydppt'ared fdir rlie plaintiffitidtlthe Solicitor General for the defendlant...

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O[?]nal Correspondence. To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

4! Iitiatl eJtorrre l OriDai t' To the Editor of the Chr,.sile.-. ' Sta,-As 'the Editor of a public journal,4 'tat the libelty df addlressing you on it grievance of a public nature,'both on the grazier and the people. valuable paprst tl ti tme since, Scpi efruom the 4utrafiqs, of li comilnatsuun aoin,logit hu curcass b-ute ern 4 t vdney, , i aniii 'unr they hlive" of disposiuKiof their meat to the cutting butchers; antii aftti.the i latter srT served, ,wlat tltey, have Le F. is nemrltyll|trofit' whieht.tlhy, elhink their.,shops cheaper than what thu cutters bouglit ifor; todlie greeatitjury-oMfhegamzier-for-in iihvisunnerotiey.? havebft Ibtyidg 'fromatitnim,i4ey, gi?vl Iltoprs a'hat money they like fur their cattle-as, for?!istancr, with teduetttsL tt 'lblºtsto eep of.' II. ~icarthi's;. E6F"LY., o l' ]ia',ita S relibertha inledUileral d" u the 26th instant.. You will laas v tesame,. inmpusition practised on the;lublic, until. ?pelJng is done to prevent a few individugs front lndiou ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

Tg M pegdnylz4MrrLde'i a ijx p'jbtUu)'ld~iioe'l *adleek;'!onz We'irlkdzY d i'S~ituiddy;j d J 1, edSehijlpe1N circulated t)hroughoug New Soulh Wale,' onbl'i n'ra 'New lnnd,'1ildtdn til r c'Acacdkl'dlý "a; a8Iu 3UafrlqJPni . ,Jui(ý l p co ii wcperipdnwily~on& s * ersa aan,dedlise1 receiving it,, after paviaqgtIe, amduatdJe..:4Ad edtlwil(hmrJAatddJnlrldý lrkrloohIttk adbloetiemiah"tIYe ,tdIuaF/eý# idder lhus r4 died JbfAfrr, iki'ik'eý arelj vbodntiedu' iUcys t;iiIH4Fd%'-lla si .dcnieo fe adeltgp~m fep ate b foire~y{,j pqp9!R!Aqfelfj q !¶pq fru 9/4wf14 and Pridat44 hut Jo}tnrisnleijsarsqgreceived ýiltiAp.ocidkkbgq iOleveseingj~cfarer pub/icaiiom:-AUiJmArictionawrJustbrlrrei itin sertiug,! and. alf iet~qr sPgf.'fi!~Jdd _ liiilr idt ...12 J.., ý IU i ,03 Ti u ti 'J)* J..i' 1:,! 7l,'";r rHEI SUBSORIBERSI tbt'tl d°'aupeW, "C, aisd' the !Phib'ldit gdnhft' &r Ipei1 % fully isifbrned, th6it thie'follotb1'bifrdle Wilt" in Iitisre be~strict~ y tidhez I'tod -4' :won ,(! iN' sY¶)DN...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1846. BRITISH, FOREIGN, AND DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

SYDNEY CHRONICLE: SAr rUB.?.4 J `U 'b 'VT, ' O9, 184 . *"'I'4C AFFAIRIS." rt< " MAN never is. nut aliays to e blessed." hension"-and varidifs'- parallel aphorisms of poets andl:?plit?sbo ir,1 Vjpite of their filltcccida'd'n istineswarc? ucid'iwitlhlvy if lible iiiifiJFiruthds'=~'!?"ehw iheairbc political efvets ol 1 aissnn i afibr nitianerig , derive their chief interest from the exter lcse oftilor ~ i' atlioianls sto 1nifir ' esaults. "~ flofo'itinwit'a"vidi~ty '.n account con eutUr .q '" r. , , u 1....::. Such is dseipillcll 'tliiW as dt'dthe present .,:11" t i' t l?f 1 1ii (), '. :?Oii cd sely ax-± the Is4ktitterriypwl?g,?'i mv.9.j. aterials ,(?r jcitigs , {iqitati ap, 2and-1freslý,,)ghlt has dawnediupouiAth..historyi of..our times, . Ainthe .fiatplace',ythleimpl tant question p i"eiie d oiitar; : which 'lhas' mdre 'receutlf ii agpked to oLr.a 5solutionl''iln tli? revea lence of thia or LtaL: party-ii - t-h UNITED STATES, and wlhereo{ Oregon ilas been the topi? tqa4 .p...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

1A peia metin~j p of teiCity Cuuonil took plaree yesterday, at 12a:o'clock,ju; tle T'own Illl, York,-, street, for.:the;,purlkudelof. priparing and adopting an Address- to 'Iliitxe'dllency Sir Cliarles iAugustus iers present were- the Right Worshipful the Mlayor, Aldermen Tlinlao?'l" WilsliiP .'niiid B'roughiton.;: Councijlors Silltloe, Hindes', "Nenle, lleindlrson, Iredale;; 'Ryan, S?nidmore;, Hill, C,?lisllkhw,.Fisher; Josephson, and Jenkins. . Mr. SLzz.Lros moved that a commiteee, consisting, of the Mayor', ldcrmeq ,&ilsljr4., "hurlo,, and Brouglton, aptld Comcillors ,Josepson, Hyndes, CO :lislaw. and Sillitue, be. appointed to-prepare an. Altl rests't i islsE xdellency.' . ,r," . . - ,r H\ ins secnndl'dthe mi r-iotion - . ' 'M3r. HILL expressedl:his rigret tllPt 4bqjlouncJi? hiid 'iot! taketi'cthelmatter eairlier.uinto 4heir conside., The Council then adjourned till 3 o'clock to pars , pare the,tAddres.sat -'ich :tii e rto ,yj.yy-pam embled, when the following Addrtlss i...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

. 1 i i : i. : J ". .: r. . ;,- ,, nl, .iSTEA . COMMUNICA'IION;?:, e.,,: .... i pnihliursdsy laft'ilii eroutisly attended meeting I Was.hela in.iMr.. S.r.' ons'rp.oms r forthe purpose of.] adopting nmemorialwsto his,Excellency the GiGvernor andlthile Legislative< .Councilt :recommending the esti?bllishmeht of ste?ni comminication between, this' Colony ant'treat Britain, , sLLaAs aW.uLiKE,.:Esqi,.was called,to..the.cha r, and' ope'ned the buelithssof: the meeiing by. saying thu. ihaid assembled.rfr the purpose bt adptitrng an., adil rgst to . te pvernor,,ad t Iegslative Council, praying ,tllat,,tlthey,would grantLtltheir :aid .and influence in obtaining .steannr "ommniunication' betweýli?n E?nland and this Colony. He 'ilouglitthere could be no twoo upinionls.asto;thle importance of this objer, .and ie cunsidered it subordinate only to: another ;rept. ,fluestiol ;.now., occupying public at-j tention, viz., the establishment of internal corn municateuin "by. ,neans ,tf .roai...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 August 1846

(From the Maitland Mercury)   Dr. BOWMAN.-- We were yesterday informed of   the death of Dr. Bowman. The melancholy event took place at his residence, Ravensworth, near Mus-   wellbrook, on Saturday last; and the news has come quite unexpectedly upon the numerous friends     and acquaintances of that gentleman who reside in this neighbourhood.               REPORTED MASSACRE.-- We were informed on   Monday last that Mr. Ray, who was proceeding overland to South Australia with cattle, by the inner route, taking the course of the Darling, had been compelled to return in consequence of an attack made on him by a ferocious tribe of blacks, during which three or four of his men had been slain. The party, at the time the information left them were moving slowly and with the greatest caution in    ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

- AG~ENTS FOR. THK QHRONCLE, GouLnuztN-.MSIL. -U'ARNENY.' BERIaIA-Ma. B. M'M~lAuON, PATF4PaN-3R. J. O'SUvqUvr#, PAIIIAMATTrA -MRI. P. CARDIPP. PORT PIIILLI~P MR. 1. BU 44EN. \oLLOrtaoEG-Ma. TuoMASl FOSAEA,, BArUURST--MuI. T. JoNES.a QUEANBEYAN-MR. 1. . J. WlrlGaT. MAITLAND-MIa. T. MIAHONY, CAMLP1ELLTOWN, &C.-AMR. M!4tIarurIt WINRooa-M1. JAMEIS CA&SbDY. PENEIrII-MN . JAMEBB M'CARTuY. JERtY'S PLAINB-Mua. J. J. AaPURI BuNooNIA-Ma. EDWARD UUnnirs. AoDtE.Anr--Ma: JOHN NOWLA.D. PASS-Al. C. Rouaus, --7--r Published in tle Unitecf KiJgdom, by Mn. JONES, 03, PATERNOBTER-BOW, LpNDONu, Mit. VW. J. BATTeEsurY, 10, I BS.DRIIIE,PA1 LIAMNNT-STIIHEtT, DUIBLIN. .revsa , r ar - . Priuted !or the P'rowpitor by EflWARD J )HN HADKS I.'r Y, f Cuirn, Iin, In the County of Cumbrrland, and PO' li teyd b uo Siout h I itChron.le tIctulndP, , harloltte2 ýy~lllcy, 1oN Hoouih \\Vnlre.n: rýcauuadp),'{ýNc!b9brn lrW.u

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

-0 (r'om the lM5aitland .?iereury.) Tus: MXAre. Rtouuo RY.-Tlhe two men for tile rob bery of the singleton mail came down under escort on Thursday last,.having been committed on two charges-robbing Mr. Luinley and robbing the mail. The first gives his name John Smith, deny ing stoutly any identity.'with M.acintyre, and stating positively that no person in the Maitand distt ict can possibly know him. He is a stout, dark com plexioned man, apparently about 35 years of age, Witle tL~ah h ;._.t :li.:.:., s.. w assalnuu with the small pox. A kInd of impudent, orrather assured smile, is a peculiar characteristic of his face, which he changes into a disagreeable scowl on perceiving any person noticing him. HIe is about five feet six or seven inches in height, and has a remarkably swaggering. off-hand manner with him. The other, John lideout, has a rather quiet unassuming appearance, and is certainly as far as a first glance goes, about the last man thatwesshould suspect of assisting in so ...

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ADMIRALTY COURTS.—MR. DONALDSON AND MR. BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

A D.\lI H~ A UIY COU1{TS.- M'R. DON ALD.OiY N AND) MU. I3Ita2L~NAN. "AUDI arltcazn 'I~I1teI1''-1je&r both .ides of u quction1, before you dcide. "'Do nothing in a hurry, or you will do it wrbng," says Chesterfield.. Giving implicit confidence to Mr. Don aldson's statement relative to the proceed ings in the whaler Margaret's afihir, we felt a just indignation and a righteous anrger at such palpable oppression through the chi canery of' the law. \With Mr. Donaldson and Mr. Brennan issue have been joined, and the case on-trial assumes a different form. The former much respected commercial man had made it to appear, that a Solicitor of our Supreme Court would have forfeited the interests of a poor seaman who had become his client, and abandoned the matter in dispute. if he could have secured to him self the paltry pittance of £5 5s.. That when this 'of'er was indignantly spurned, he revengefully and recklessly led the Cap tain of the ship, or its owners, into the mazes of an in...

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Campbelltown. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

CartlipIItoln. (Frot a Correspondent.) Our little town, was quite alive on Wedoestida laot, that being tUe day appointed for the cclebratifor of high mass, which took place with great solem'. llty. Thoechurch was& crowded at an early hour,., and numbers of persons, of difierent persuasions,, milght bo seen wending, their way. to St. John's, Church, which ws throng'cd ln"every part; and shortly after th ,hoitr stated, the soln'mn service cominencetd. The Rev. Dean CoilFey ollaiiptcd as: hligh priest, assisted by the Rev. Messrs. Supa!e,' Gookl, Fitzpatrick, Ke?sny, Beason, M'Grath, I?eat ni!n, and others. After tl,?. (iospel, the Rlev,. Mr, Sumner delivered an eloquent discourse, which was attentively listened to by the congregation, who appeared e&lfied by the sermon. Indeed we seldom heard a more able and dignified delivery. The rev. gentleman strongly alRbded to a veiy prevalent evil which has arisen in tllis parish, namely, that of parents sending their childreni ...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

INSOLVENCY iPROCEEDINGS. NEW INSOLVENT. August 20.-Andrew Donovan, of Parramatta street, Sydney, journeyman 'shoemaker. Debts, £31 7s. 4d.: assets, personal prolperty, £2; out standing -debts, a2 Is. 10d.; balance deficiency, £27 5s. 10d.-John Walker official assignee.

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New Zealand. ENGAGEMENT WITH RAGIHAEATA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

Pet) SeIalnt, (Prom the TVellrnyoln Independent.) ENG(AGEMENT WITH RANGIIIAEATA. On Mondny and Tuesday last, August 3 an 4, the friendly natives were thrown out from the en /ampment at Parramatta, as scouts. They returned ad reported to !is Excellency that Rangillarata had vaLuated a position recently occupied, and retreated orther into the country. • At his last testing place, he fires were still burning, and a quantity of po atoes were left cooking, tending to the supposition hat on .the approach of the scouts lie had made a recipitato retreat. )On WedUnesday, a force of more than thrre hundred nn, cansisting of military, blue jackets, and Itiljans, under the command of Major Last, started in pursqit, his E"cllJney Captain Grey 9wnom. ihI pLnying the party. On Thurslay afternoon, the 1( o forces came up with Rangllanenta's scouts, and a in skirmish immediately.ensued. The firing commenced c o at three o'clock, and lasted till eight; -when both at parties suspended operations till ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

SA Rooi~vRY IN CRHEAPBIDB, AND A.CIIBRRY?TnIa ON LoNDoN BhIDoE.-It Is a singular fact, ihat at the present, time there are two crows' nests on. a lofty tree at the corner of Wood-street, Cheapsido : the birds arc mated., One day a furious fight took ' place between the whole four of them, Zhlich endl,1 in the partial demolition of one of. the nests. The damage has been since rpaircd. ,On :the City end' of London Bridge, a chlrry-tree,,growing from one of the, chinks in. the. graittoe, is now puttlng fortih leaves. It is about three yearsoldl,'

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THEREMOMETER. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

1VBRHK Y p T K ofoI.MLo IIoA L TA III.I. V ARIATZOO tvrIH 1tJXI r OUt.TMIt..a x aruyv. l ~ v. N. N. R' TN to ~ W RuirKsni ACtST 24, 62 Il 147. 12 S.W. I. Cnr utrruttr ........ 27 *ti 4 u. I * V Ihu N auhsvA 8 45 A f IL~t3 N W. 1i hu 18 bt" .'2 NWV. Cmnltly - SNTAN .... .....:S'1 3£o t.6 R1,2 N VI. Dthtn h£o8114ly.......... 41)') lit) 0 i H.R. Clear TltaII y .... 3'T. I 2' I)- 28 R S. l lTho 64~l PII~ntlP ~

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