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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

'TPatusab, NoVia u 23~ The Srixacs tdok e ' ateicheir ii;:ili pat'thb're o'clock. when' enlytive''or' al member.. being lit tluendanee the cosiicil'wia decliaed adjournedtIll the fllowaiowgýday. ,.'.

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

t.. ioulflg Ull tlglnlllc.:. - Nov. .AllllIVAL. , Nov. 21.-From Port Macqurie, having oft on,. Monday list, the steamer Moleland, 103 tons Prsonq. with sundries. Passengers-.lesurs. laneas ?lNay, •Toner, and Henderson. Mr. snd Mrs. H.. MtfLeod, Mrs. Chairs, Mrs. Pain and two children,l hitiu Crqker, iJiss LBrodie, and two in the' feerago > 22.--Fom the Bay of Iaslods, having ?elt on the 6:h instant, the French shloop' of war .i'?ia, 24 guns, Commodore Ulrard. Passenger--Re?'Mr. l'ripp. . . ', - 22.-From Launceston, having left op the 13th instant, the brig iVlllam, 149 tens, Thons wlth grain, &c. Passengera-Mesaris. rant, lienry,. and Davies ; Mrs. Wise, Mrs. llart, anUi Mis, Mahtony. 22.-From Hiobart Town, having loft on th~ lil1 instant, trie schooner IVoandrr, 132 tons, hiurns, with grarin, &c. Passengers-Mesars. Nelson Shea,1 Stephoens, andi Cotter. 22.-From Launceston, having left on thi 12tih, instant, the brig CulypDs, 105 tons, 'Harold, with grain, DcE.. I...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

dr a n1tal correpoon1c.lrc . Ma. Emrron,-In your leading article of Wed nesday lias, the following sentence oceurs--" Every ?good Greea and Hebrew scholar, whether Protestant -.or Catholic, knows full well (that many passages of .the said * authorred' version are not faithful " translations' from the origina's, as pretended-" .In the succeeding sentence you declare your in tention of refraining from any critical examination of this iuubject.aunless it be forced upoa you. I have neither desire nor ability to Jfore you.to the per .lormance of a task from which you appear to shrink, or which, t least, you do not voluntarily under. -take; but, having devoted some years to the study -.f the original teats of the sacred scriptures, I con fess myself unable to perceive the justice of your assertion; and should feel obliged by your pointing out any passages, which, in your opinion, afford .grounds for the sentiments which you do not hesi tate to attribute to " every good Greek and Hebrew ,s...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, NOVEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY,. NOVMBER, 1843. .21. B. 8. Catherine, vitglnnartyr, double 27. M . e a .....t ...... -, . 28. T. F eria .' 2..W. I Fetris, om.n of 4 Sataurmnua, iattr 30. T. . Andrew apsotfs, double d clas, feast devotion ,, • . " _ " II n n zt

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

-NOTICE .TO AOBNTS AND .PARTIES MAICINO RB MITTANCBS. 1N order to avoid the-eopenso of post-. Lago, and spare tilho in letter writing, web intend to adopt a plan extensively 'followed by ." Brother Jonathan," for ,aokuowledging the receipt.of :aubserip .tion mnoney, viz., to publish the initials of parties remitting money. .Thu'we O.havo to acknowledge- the letter of H. T., of Goulburn, of the 18th instant. ' .,' AGENTS. : ( 'UR respected .friend Mr. JAMES 'M'AIs.sTavuphaving kindly under taken the Agency of 'the'." Morning Chronicle" inthe districts of Campbell. town, Appin,-Cowpasture, Camden, Pio ton,. Red Bank, and the Oakes, our .Sabicribers are accordingly requested to pay hin their respective accounts. Mr. J. BULLBN having kindly un dertaken tie 'Agency of the " Chro ..niole" in the. Port .Phillip district, our. Subscribers in that :quarter, especially those in arrear, are requested forthwith to settle their accounts .with him. " Chronicle" Office,.. Nov. 9, 1843. . NOTICE TO...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 The undermentioned prisoners o f the crown have obtained tickets of leave since the last day of pub- lication : County of St. Vincent, Braidwood. Dean James Dunks, Asia 10; Griffin Daniel, Gaillardon ; Jackson Thomas,. Royal Admiral; Skifington John, Marquis Huntley; Ward Jas., Planter Broulee. Cole William, Portsea; Gardner Willian('Charlcs Kerr; M'Donald John, James Pattison 2 Allen Patrick, Borodiea;. Adams James, alias An. derson, Westmoreland ; Cunyees Pat. alias Dunn, James Laing; Doran John, Lady M'Naughton ; Harris Walter, Waterloo 3, Higginson Ralph,   Bengal Merchant; Powell Joseph, Mary Ann 4; Tuf0y Patrick, Lady M'Naughton; Turvey Wm., Bengal Merchant County of Wellington. Mudgee.   Ando Uriah, Claudine; Blencome William, Henry Tanner; Smith Alexander, Lloyds 1; Seaton Robert, Theresa   Wellington Hubbard Robert, alias Stevenson, England Moreton Bay. Beachy James, Bengal Merchant...

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

flUbtract of Waleu b1 ftlution Advertised In this ?aper, whih taie Ailace before our ne?t publaontloo. THIS DAY. Mr: Lyonr, at his mart, at eleven, land at Ado. laide, bousehold furniture, &c. MONDAY" dr. Stubbs, at malt, at twelve, live stock. TUESDAY. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleena summer goods.' ,WOOL. . iHE 'undersigued ato Cash 'buyers of -. -Wool. : SWAIN, WEBB, AND CO., 1 72 Harington.street, Church-bill. SFRENCH CORVBITE -LE RHI." TENDERS will be received at. tle, i reildence of the French Consul,.Argyle-street, until twelve o'clock on Tuesday, the 28th ainsitant, foi thie following: articles for the use of H. F: MaJesty'i Corvette L' iAin. - . Flour, 64,2821bs. Biscult, 31,8441lbs.. Salt Pork tt L.190 b1. Salt.Beef J Cheese, 2690 lbs. Rice, 17690 'lbs Beansoand peas, 16,779 Ibs. Sugr, 340 lb. SCofer, 340 lbs. Vinegar, 77 gallons S. Mustard, 190lbs. '.. Salt, 8620 . ls.... Sperm or Was .Candqta!.9O Ilbs. + 'Firewood ... " ' :, t Medicines .. , .. , SThboive artice...

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

eg(i0la1tibc QToutcil,. -o TuSJoDAY, NovasaEB 21. The SPeausai took the chair about half past three. CHAIItMAN OF COMMITTEES. The SPEAxanR communicated to the house the following letter which he had received from Mr Elsin, tendering his besignation of the office of ,Chairman of Committees. Sydney, 20th November, 1843. SIR--I find it so utterly impracticable to combine the necr-ssary attendance on the committee of the ,house, with a due regard to other claims on my time which it is not permitted me to neglect, that I am reluctantly -compelled "to request the council to accept my resignation of the olfice of Chairman of. -the Committee-of the whole house.. I cannot with draw from the chair, without offering to the mem. bers, collectively and individually, my most respect. ful and grateful acknowledgmetnts, for the uniform -kindness and.indulgence, support and confidence, with which they have hcnoured my-hunhble-endea. votirus todischarge its dsties. "May i be allowed to suggest that, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

CiAt'AC ILAtsLENESh O TH 13POQR. Il'Pifte s oi thrid·h''are'ivell knovwsrri'a ..ml.e watlbei' theylmay not desire them' to be sb; for -I am~sattllatrtsapjr of the wealthy seek "oncealment in: thui, chlarities,'and wih their benevolence to be. Sborn to blush unseen;' but yet, their sympathy is talked if i' ithe world, and the public'tongue is busy io'proll1iming it. But with the poor it is far other.. wise..*. Who knows, or takes account of, the nightly ,watcsJ?pkep at the couch of a dying pauper, by one attracted;to him only by his sufferings; one. as dis trisee?b"A'd despised, as he whom she gratuitously attendao'l"Who thinks anything of one' shivering. womadli?aking the thin shawl which is wrapped sound .er attenuated body, to place. it over the, ,hould.ea of the baby of another'? Who appreciiates the "'lrity'of the "glil,'who, after having been tall day selli?gr owern; or matches, about-the streets, .will taketlhe trouble, forgetful of.the fatigue, of r4k._ ning. a loIg distance,...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

DEPARTURES. Nov. 21:-For (J'uan, the ship Mlarmirn,. .eIard, with lthup. Viisengcr-..Mr. A. Bevcridge." 23.-For Adelaide, the b.ig Dorset, Walsh. with sundrles. Pastieners M?" r. Vanhoster. Master Joshua, Messrs. 'Lucas, Hall; and' Cumeron. 24.-"For Port Phillip, the barque Mary "lUnod Harrison, with sundries.' Psssensers-Mrs. Chips Mbr. Charles Thomas, and Mr. James Williamso,. FIslr Sure noa LOWDov.-The R;lfeotor has the whole of her cargo on board, and will therefore sail in two or three days. .. . . Oo Thursday evening, ae voluom of smoke was seen from the Mary Lloyd, lying off Moore's Wharf, and the men on board were busily'engaged in drawing water to qbench the' Iames lt"-' was lafterwards found, 'that' through 'neglect of the'eook the galley had tak en fire, but luckily it was 'got under: before much damage was done. The Wadserer carried, awayr, her main-.bom.in Storm Bay, which compelled her to use a storm. trysail for a mainsail ; this has retarded her consider ably on the ...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS     NEW INSOLVENTS       The following schedules were filed on Tuesday, viz.:- Robert Thomson; trading -under the firm of R.   Thompson. and Co ., of Elizabeih-street, Sydney. Debts, 14,1518 Os ,9d. Assets--landed -propcrty, 13401 ; pesonal' property, 626; "good, bad, and doubtful debts,11,417 6s 8d. Balance deficiency, 7.6815sa ld. .. : . The following parties have also their schedules   in the Sheriff's Offlice for sequestration viz. :- William Walker, of King street, Sydney, licensed victualler.     William Mathew, of Market lane, Sydney, cooper.-   Eliza Watkins, of Durham Cottage, Fort street, °Sydney, widow. • The lollowing schedules were filed on'Thursdar, mJames Cosof Maitlad iiunnkeeper, eq petition andsfldavitd George Befinter, of 'Brickfield Hill, Sydney, baker. -Debts l110. Asseta-per.onalt property, 28t6s ; outstanding deb...

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

" The Morning Chronicle" is.published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales; Van Diemean's Land, South Australia, New Zealand,: and India; and in Englanid, cotland, and Ireland.-= The.Quarters. end on the 31it March, 30th' June, 30th September, and 31st December; at olhich periods only.subscribers can decline receiving it+ after paging the amount due. -Advertisers should mark on each advertisement; the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to dlisconiiniie or'alter ddvertisements mu$i be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tiekday. Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.--AlU instructions must be given in writing and all letters post paid. wie nsriting, and all ltoesps ad FOR?CORNER IN , ET, Calling 'at other Pdri's' ofithe Coast. ' THfE'Fiihe SC-HO(I N ER 76 tops. Ti'si, vessel t good acenmmoda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

AGEN TS VFOR TB OCHRONICLB . 43V,` Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds Port Phillip, Mr. . Bulln Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigoia Bathurst, Mr. R. Jones Gouiburn, Mr. Henry Thompson *Hobart Town, Mr. John Rei .a Hokiangs,bMr. T. Poynton } Maitlaind Mr. Dee Madgee, Mr. L Sampson Campbelitown, &o,.Mr. M'Albltr 'Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penrith, Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harper Biungonil, Mr. Edward Hugh.e Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byraq Publilshed in the Untied Ka4ou *g bY Mr. Jones, 0, Paternoster.row, London Mr. W. 'J. Battersby, b,' Essezbridge, Palltks mentastreet, Dublin. Bydney I Printed and Published oy MIOHAL D AltOYo( 1rldgae.trret, at the Chrotiole Ojllcis,3t~.iblrdest ..

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A MODEL FOR LANDLORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

A MODEL POI'LANDLORDS. •From the Weekly. Preeman July 1.1 With great gratificailon we copy from the Wtrford Independent the following answer of the' Hon. and Rev. Horace Cholnendely, to a ,congratulatory address presented to tim on his retuin'to this country by the Catholic clergyadd inhabitant' sof the parish' of Bree, couinty Weixfrd ?.i~ " Unable to believe that, any Irishiman could. retain so obscure a personage in his maeory4rI set foot on your shores after n aobsence of,thirteen.years.. The luxuriant vegetation, the purity of air.and water, the balm of sanctities which exhaled from ,the very soil, fell on my sensesas on those of an impartial stranger; but your affectionate and most considerate welcome shows that I have brotlers and friends in brave; intelligent, respectful-respectible Ireland. Of this people it ~may be said: they, have resigned their only luxury, and subdued their only vice-and whence the'seeming paradox 'iat the brave and good. should be'outraged T-0 prison o...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

WkICELY .%llTELOitLOU1CAL' IAULh., V&Blt Ll Ok-½f.R.TIP;PU&1QasTgfl...C,.-.. .J :ý I )b: N., N. WIND). WRD'eNbOV...~NGV.2 70 72 0J S.E. Clear TIUILwAY ....... 2..0;17. 1 70170 N. 9. Ditto lItDAy ......;. 24701721701 N.. Ditto StaT DAY.......... 23 70.72 04 N.E. Rainy SUNDAY . 2...... 3 267 N S.. Ditto MoNDAY..........;. Y71 3H70 07 S.E. Clear lTrauAY .......... I 88 { 74 1701 SE. iWho Mean tempert0r, 009.

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FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO THE REPEAL FUND. Liverpool, Wednesday Evening, 10 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO THE REPEAL FUND. rrron the Liverpool Cdrresdpondh"ieorthdWýe iaj' t T Ia .Journal.] Liverpool, Wednesday Evening, 10 o'clock. The Acadia, Captain Byrne, arrived here about half past 8 o'clock, and we have this moment re ceived our papers, which are from New York to the 15th and Boston to the 1Gth instaat, both inclusive. Time will not permit a perusal, but I send you a fle of the New York Journsl of Commerco, which I am told, contains some important information touching the Repeal movement. The Acadia has brought home 6,000 dollars for the Repealfund. The subject was exciting much attention in the States. Seventy one passengers were brought by the Acadia. (From the New York Journsl of Cqmmerce, June 13.] THu REPEAL MISTINO IN Tela PARK. About three thousand persons assembled in the Park last evening, in answer to the call of a mass meeting for the adoption of measures in fur therance of the Repeal of theo Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland. ...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

I flI :WAWTERt IN SYDNEY COVE. THIn DAY 64 min, p. 2 morning 18 min. p. 3 eveinug 42 min. p 3 miorning b min. p. 4 evening FRIDAY. 68 min. p 4 morning 2 mrin. p. 5 evening Sun line this day I min. p. 5; set. 60 min. p. 6. First Qturter loon,'20th, 60 min, pant 0 morning.

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WEDNESDAY—JUNE 14. THE MASS MEETING IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

WEDNESDAY -JUN 14. Til MA&B MESTINO IN TISe PARK. The greatest assemblage of human beings that ever gathered together 'in New-York, for any purpose, was that which met last evening at the Park, to sympathise .with Iseland. The lowest computation made, they numbered thirty thousand, while some rated it at fifty thousand. At half past six the committee, followed by a large number of gentlemen;` made their way amongst the dense masses to the temporary stand erected in front of the City Hall, the large flight of ascending steps served fr the distant crowd to staid onu' The most eicellent arrangements were made for the press, and we are sure that every paper in the city was represented there. On the motion of the Honoureable John M'Keon, the Hon. Minthorne Tomkins was called, upon to preside. On the motion of B. O'Connor, Esq., the following gentlemen were nominated Vice Presidents (these names we give in our third page). *" Address from the Repea?ers of New -York to eAs People o...

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MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS, JUNE 12. RECEPTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES BY THE REPEALERS OF NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS, JUNE 12. RECEPTION OP THE PRIRIDENT OP THE UNITED -STATES By TleR REPESLERS Or NEW YOREK The day opened beautifully over the city on which the citizens of the commercial city of our country assembled to testify their respect for the chief magistrate of the United States. The atmosphere was balmy as of a morning io spring; not a cloud appeared to threates with a less brilliant close, the magnificence of the arrangements for the day. All was in keeping with the important and patriotic duty which our citizens were about to discharge. At an early hour the slreets were thronged with busy crowds ; the sounds of fifes and drums, the roar,of musketry met the ear from every quarter, and from every house-top floated to the breeze some gqltional embl?hm, or some ' appropriately devised banner. The ?8g of old Erinwasl'seen conspicu. ously in front of the Repealersa hend-quarter., Washington lHall, drain across Broadway, and gave joy to many a bosom, as passing beneath its,...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. The English steamer Bentinclc having arrived at the Cape of Good Ilope, prior to the departure of the Bengalore, we are enabled to put our readers in possession of the most important events which have taken place in England and on the Continent, up to the latter end of August. The subject, which, of all others en grosses the attention of the European powers, is the Spanish insurrection. The young Queen has been declared of age by the Christino party, and Espartero has fled to England, *We refer our readers to the ex tracts in another part of our paper. Dr. Chalmers had deserted the standard of the "Free Presbyterian Church. of Scotland," and had returned to the bosom of the Kirk. The Fife Herald says, " Examples of this kind ought to teach prudence and circumspection to the higher classes, and especially the rigidly righteous, when they censure the uneducated, ig norant lower orders for want of virtue and morality." The Calcutta has arrived at Hobart Town. with ...

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