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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. The SPEAKER took the chair at half past three MR. EBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

tLcgisiattbec (froitiu. -o FRIDAY, NOVEmBER 2.1. The SPEAKER took the chair at half past threo. Ma. EBDEN. Dr. NICHOLsoN said that ne had received a letter from Mr. lEbden, requesting him to ask leave of ab. .sence for that gentleman for one month ; and moved that such leave of absence be now granted. Tha motion was put and carried. THE UNEMPLOYED LABORING CLASSES. Dr. LANG brought up the report of the Select Committee of the Council, appointed to enquire tinto the petition which he had presented some days since from the uncmploled cperatives tn Sydney, and f(ln other persons asking the assistance of the council on behalf of those who were suffering from want of em ployment; Rod moved that the report be printed, together with the evidence that had been taken He would briefly state that the committee had found that the number of unemployed meclhanics and laborers in Sydney, amounted to. about ]200, which had arisen from the great number of buildings which were is progressduring the t...

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TUESDAY'S MEETING. CONTINUED ENTHUSIASM—THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHT DOLLARS RECEIVED, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

TUESDA'Y8s MEET1NCG. CONTINISRD ENT?00SIA*M-THRZE. HUNDRED AND SIXTY-MIOGHT-DOLLABB RECaIVaD, &C. .'The meeting on -Tuesday evening was still more numerous, and if possible' more enthusiastic, than that of Monday ; Long' before the hour appointed for the meeting, every avenue to the room was crowded, and in about half an hour after the meeting was organised, it was neat to' impossible to effect an .entrance; a thing. never.before.known in Washing-' tonfHall, As for the tone andrtemper of those thus, brought together, we will not Attempt to describe. ,them. vIt would be.useleass to endeavour to convey biy words any idea of the universal enthuriasm. .At about eight -o'clocl, the hoo. John McKeon,. l.ie M.C , from the city, was called to the chair, ,amid loud and prolonged cheering. The minutes, having been read and adopted, the contributions? .began to be handed in. 'Among the first was one of? thirty dollars from the type and stereotype foundry: .of James Conner, being two do...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

tlDrtlIgual I (iofrr0pOltlfInfC. . -*5. To the Fdrro.-sftlhe Maitlaad Mercury.2 - GENI?EutEN, - As your rolumns are ever ready to give publicity to merit, where it is due, you will much oblige ,.e by inserting in your next number the annesed. A few days sitme, the Rev. Mr.iynch visited the Paterson district in the discharge of his sacred duties, arid on the morning of Wednesday, having travelled a distance of, eight or nine miles, he asl rived at the township just at the time the court was about tosht. A great many persons were in attend once for the dispatch of"bisiness, and on applica tion being made'to the presiding magistrates, Messrs. Johnstone and Warren, for the use of the: court house to celebrate mass, these gentlemen with their usual urbanity granted the request at once. The court-house was crowded during divine service, and at the.-onrlusion the rev, gentleman administered ithe pledge to about twenty persons. It is indeed very gratifying to behold, at this :season of heat...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

CATHOLIC DIRiEUTORY, DEOEMBER, 1843. 1. F Fesia I2;s. . llblouav'rg?in, martyr. semidoublc 3. lS. st Sunday or Advent, semidouble 4..M . SPeter Chr.snloltss,bishop, doctor, double b. T. S Francis Xavier, confessor,double,first class, with an octave (from 3rd), day of devotion '. W. S. Nicoas, bishop, confessor double, fst day Q. Th. 8,SAmbroso. bishop, doctor, doubleo 8. F. Conception of t1 V. Mary, double, second class, with an octave, fhat day, day of devotion 9. ,S Of the Octave, semidouble 10. ,2d Suwday of Advent, semldouble 11 l. S. Damasus, pope confessor, semidouble 2. T. (Or tihe Octavoe, semldouble 13. Th. S Lucy, vlrgin, martyr, double, fast day 14. T t. 0lte Octave, semidloubloe 2~. F. i Octve day, double, fast day l1o. 8. 8, Eusebius, bishop, martyr, semidouble 17.. S 3rd Sunday of Advent, semnidouble 18. . Espeatation hf B. V. Mary, greater double 20. TI. Feria, Ember day. fast day S21 . S. Thomas, apostle, double, second class, feast of devotion 22, . Fesia, Emberday,...

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

A.GE N TS. S UKI -respected friend Mr. JAMES M'ALISTER, having kindly under :takeni'the 'Agoncy of the "'Morning Chronicle" in the districts of Campbell town, A.ppin, CowPpasture, Camden, Pin ion, Red HBank, and . the Oakes, our Subscribers 'are accordingly requested .to p y.hiznthei respective accounts. Mr. .J; BULLN hlaving kindly un dertaken the Agency of the " Chro nidole" in the Port Phillip district, our Sobscribers in that quarter, especially those in arrear, are requested torthnith to settle their accounts with him. 'tChronialo'e" 0 loo,, Nov..D, .1843 i O:+-TICE TO AGENTS. Tk HOS E whose names appeared in the imprint of the late " Austral asian Chronicle," as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and hereby •au4horised, to-collect all Accounts due. in their respective 'districts, to "' Thu Morning` Chronicle," ,-froum the ]st of October instant. Ml?n. THOMAS HIGGINS is.authorised to collect the aoaounts for Sydney, and le will -give repoipts, siguod+.by MR. M ICAEL tD'A Rc...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

LovE.-A.' man in love is a siave :f the worst possible dye, blacker' than thefr .?.nigger " Liberty is crushed in him into smash everlasting. He is like a fly in a treacle tub, log bound in a quagmire of sweets, and, although neither" froee nor easy," thinks himself happy; or,as a bluebottle in a cobweb, the more he struggles the firmer he is bound, according to the dynamics of the true-lover's knot. He sighs to tie himself up with Hymen's halter, would gibbet himself on his mistress's neck,: and'burns to become a martyr, that he may flare up -like Guy on the fifth of November, in spite of the po lice and Puseyites. His heart bumps and cracks with the impetuosity of a burning chesnut, and he pops, fumes, and sputters like an apple roasting, or a bedevilied kidney. The measure of heat stands in him at the point of Wedgewood's thermometer at which brass is fused, or flint melts, and all his sensi bilities are amalgamated as in a " Papin's digester.". Ho'feels'himselt half real, half i...

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Latest Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

RLatest Ereuntri Js1?s. 8. [From the Maitland Mercur, November 25.] Tes HIAnvEsT.--rapiog is now going on very rapidly In most parts of this district. We hear sad complaints from many of the settlers as to.the light. ness of their crops. We had a few hours of gentle rain on iTuesday last, which has proved very re. freshiog o the. young maize, though there. was acarcely sufcient to produce any permanent effect. With respect to the wheat crops, ithas had no effect whatever: it is indeed now too late for rain to prove beneficial to the wheat, and were any great quantity to fall just now, it would bte rather productive of mischief than oth'erwise to the wheat crops. In the Wollonibi district, we understsnd, the" crops were never better; and the. settlers, are now, very busy reaping .in. that quarter.: That'district has been' visited with a plentiful supply of.rain all along, and .anLthba. nia s;n:.L and luintmpm .....-??"lne al?.- well filled. New WueAr -A sample of new wheat was yester...

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REPEAL IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

*' :EPALVIN GIREAT BRITAIN. . ..: . - 5 From ?h',a·blot) ' . Ltran To Mn? O'CONNBLL -eHOM J. A. 0o0KB, EIQ., or LoNnoNo--The following letter, from. the above.oamed learned gentleman, (the well.known advocate in London of Cathollo rights and Catholio charities), ,was ,read at the Corn ELaphange last' Monday:- " Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, 6th June, 1843. " " My dear Sir-I hasten to offer my mite in'aid of the odble effortnosw -making by Ireland to obtain. a. Repeal of the Union. '. That the act of Unionwas carried by 'the employment of the most atrocious bribery and violence, is a fact which I find no one denies, andl am' not aware of any statute of limita tions which can run out the liberties of a nation. I should have' contented mysel by contributiog in silence my mite to this great cause, had it'not been for the unconstitutional, tile tyrannical, 'and the de testable acts of the present government,;in its attempt to stifle the free, the penceful,-and the conititutional ...

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THE DEATH OF BISHOP BAINES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

THE DEATH OFEBISIIOP BAANES. -0 (F orm n e Tabies.) We can hardly tell how to express the'feelings of dismay andasorrow with which, only--two or three hours after the dismaltlidings have, reached-us; we sit down 'to write'these alrnost hocking words " the death of Bisho~''aigs~as.a.. The -simple fact and all the material circumstances i?mediately at. tendiing.ta they :have, yet ,teached us, are com municated Jin a tfew words. "The good bishop ip, peared on Wednesday in his ordinary health,.which, howeKvr, has bcon, as is well known, a good deal shbake of late. On the day,'previous he had pe-. s'ided at the annual 'ihibition'of studies .at Prior Park College,. (On Wednesday, he was at Bristol, presiding at the opening of the new church. On that?day, according to our informant, he "'delivered a magUificent' sermon.'' The next morolog be was found in his bed a corpse, and had then apparently been dead some hours. Thelseare all the particulars that ha?e'yet reached us with any certainty...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

BIRTH.   At Enghurst, on Saturday, the 25th instant, the Lady of Edward Strickland, Esq., of a daughter.

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 29, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 29, 1843. S Ue just and fear not r Let dI' the ends thou ahn'at at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truthlf." ek.speare Tiut present Editor of the Morning Chronicle in undertaking its management, is not unaware of the arduous, difficult, and important naturd of` the duties devolving upon him; more especially at a time like the present, of great public suffering, pri vation, and embarrassment; when confi dence is nearly gone, credit all but extinct, industry crippled,.. and trade paralyzed. Diffident of himself, he relies more upon the good sense and eiiergy of the supporters of the Chronicle, and colonists in general, for a successful issue of his labours, than on his own ability. He would, from choice also, rather silently have left his efforts to promote the diffusion of justice and sound principles to await the public award, than now to make any professions, knowing how easily such are made, and how rarely are they borne out by subseque...

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THIRD NIGHT—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

THIRD NIGHT-WEDNESDAY. The excitement increases as the subject is dis cussed The abort reports in the morning papers have fled the public mind with the utmost degree of excitement. Nothing is talked of but Ireland; nothing written about by the editors but Ireland. The petty differences about local polities seem all to have given, place eto .this one-absorbingqeestion, "Shall we let England master all mankindi" Iti became known, in: the course of the day, that. Governor Seward would preside, and at an early! hour the room was litrally packed with. human beings. At-the tables were several reporters from the various newspapers of the city. The music gallery was thronged with ladies, and on the entry of the respected chairman of the night, followed by the committee, the whole meeting sent: forth a shout the most deafening and enthusiastic we ever heard. In addition to the* gentlemen whose names we have given above, all of whom were pr sent, thera were on the platform; in the chair Gover...

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

7The Morning Chronicle" it published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Soulth IYales, Van Diemcen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st 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 advertisement the number of insertions required: otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontimuee or alter advertisements must be sent in before sie o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-AII instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. Sw,,.-; .... : .: FOR CORNER INLET, G: Ca-llin+g at other Ports on the Coast. THE Fine' SCHOONER FALCON, 76 tons. This vessel- has good accommodation for Passengers,...

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PROGRESS OF REPEAL. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

PROGRESS OF IEPEEL. jFrom the ,Weekly Freeman's Journal, July 1.] AMIERICA. We shall endeavour to convey to ourreaders some idea-it can only be a very faint one-of the intense aecitement which exists in the capital of the United States respecting the] circumstances in which this country is -placed with respect to the question which is concentrating towards its attainment the whole energies of this country. Mr. O'Connell, at the commencement of this year of grace, 1843, designated it " the Repeal Year." The natives of Ireland who are citizens of the United States, and the friends of Ireland throughout the Union, called the week ending 10th June, " the REPEAL W asa," and on every day during that week meetings were held in the city of New York. We shall proceed to place before the public, from the New York Freeman's Journal, an abstract of the proceedings of the first and second day; the third and fourth we take from an extra edition ;of the Neis York-Truth Teller, to which journal the...

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

Advertised in this paper, which take plaoe before our next publioation, 'THIS DAY. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleven, summer wines and cider.. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at twelve, ions, landed pro.' pelty, &c. : ? :? • "TO-MORROW. ' M!r. Lyons, at his mart, at ten, silver lace, &ce. MIr. Lyons, at his mart, at eleven, 20 packages summer slops. PRIDAY. ar,'Stubbs, on premises, at twelve, housa in Castle. reagl.street.' SIS'T OF ADDITIONAL SUB 'SCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :--Sunday,Evening, 26th November, 1843. Very Rev.' the Vicar Genral ...'..... 0 --2 6 i ionomi Lacy . . ....'. 0 .-5 0 MisslC. Moore's collection .......: 0 10 0 A Friend ........ 0 2 6 Ditto : ; ' ,: .......:. 0 . 2 6 Master James Coyle. 0 2 6 GeorgeCurtis's weekly collection 0 I 1 Wm. Curtis'i'ditto: .... 0P 4 Peter Curtis's ditto ........ O 1 1 Henry Curtis's ditto ......... 0 4 0 Ellen Conway's ditto , ....... 0 1 9 Mary Ann Rafferty, ditto .........0 1 4 Ditto In the...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

- DPAITURES, * Nov. 26.-For Auckland, New Zealand, the brigj 7ryphena, Horn,. with . sund~ies. Passengera- Captain Douglass, lr. T'urter ; steerage, Mr. and - lrsa Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. Veicoe, l r. Challenger, and Mr. Thorns, . . 27.-?Foi"-Port Nicholson. thel schooner Star of China, Ward, with a general'cargo. Passengers- lessrs. Perry, Burley, Asher, and iiusre. 28.- For Hongkong via Twofold Bay, the schooner Alligator, CookS, with sundries. Passengers -Dr.' inisy, Mrs. Cook ; steerugoe-.lr. and Mrs. H. Clarke and.son, Mr. G. Coulbourne, Mr. apd Mrs. Maaclehose end three children, Mr. and Mrs.. Blake, Mesars. Mercer, P'ilcher, Denoy, Halkott, and Ford. Passengers per Asia from London-Mr. and Mrs. Jones,:Mesars. Carnegg, Kisp, Tanner, Stubbs, and Harrison. The Asia would have enterd the Heads last Friday night, had not one of the apprentices fell overboard. The lad was about slxteen years of age, and was carried overboard by the main sheet whilst tacking ship. A boat was instantly l...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

INSOLVENCY SUSINS&S . NRW INSOLVENTS. ? + The following schedules were fled on Monday, via.- . Francis l'ipping, of Chippendale, Sydney, builder: Debts, 411 19s ltd. Assets-personal property, 31; outstanding debts, 91 8s 6d. Balance deflciency, 291 Is 4d. John Ilelisario, of Hoare Town, 'near Campbell. town, surgeon dentist I Debts, 2191 2s. Assets personal property, 121 ; outstanding debts, 141 145. Ualance deficiency, 1921 18. Julhn Douglas, administrator of the will of'the late Ann 'Turner, of Parramatta.street, decesiied Debts, 13981 Os 2d. Assets-personal- property, 201 ; outstanding debts, 121. 'iBalance deficiency, 13661 6s 2d. N,B. There is lindedipropesty to the amount of 11401 vested in the devisee in this estate. The following schedules were filed on Saturday, ViL :- Archibald Campbell, of Sydneya, landholder and accountant: Debts, 337111 s 4d. Assets-landed property, 20531 ; pelsonal property, 6901) )":debts 6111. Balance deficiency, 117111s 4d. In the estate of ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1843

Shipping Intelligence.       ARRIVALS. Nov. 25.-From Torbay, 8th July, Bahia 19th August, and the Cape of Good Hope 14th October, the barque Bangalore, 877 tons, ,Nelson, with a general cargo. Passengers—Captain Fitzroy, R.N., (Governor of New Zealand,) Mrs. Fitzroy, two daughters, and son, General O'Brien, Mr. A. Osborne. Mr. H. S. Chapman, Mr. H. B. Chapman, Miss Chapman, Mr. H. E Wilmot, Mr. R. C Barstow, Mr. G. H. Griffiths, Mr. R. Hamilton, Mr. James McNab, Miss S. McNab, Mr. W. Hamilton, Mr. C. Harris, Miss Lockyer, Mr. W. B. Hutton, Mr. G. Adamson, Miss Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Vaile and five children, Miss Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brickham, Messrs. Harris, Whalton, Robinson, W. and J. Donaldson ; intermediate—Mr. and Mrs. Goulding, Messrs. Watts, Othu, Chipchace, Mathews, Sutton, Wood, Thompson, Cuff, Bright- man, Miss Fuller, Miss Martin, Miss Pratt, Miss Joyce, and Miss Chappell. 25.-From Launceston, having...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843

AGBNTS ~Oi THiB' C IRONUOLU. Parrauttia. Mr*~ yod Wollopgonug. Mr. Edwrd Corrigont Bath t, M~r. R. Jones Qoulb~o. Mir. Henry Thampeon HQb ,t, town, Mr. John 1lo~an Hok.I~ggtjga Mr. T. Pajama, Mai&Ind, Mr. Dee Mudgqe, Mr. 8. Sampseon OtOIIIllowo, a., Mr. M'AIuater, W~Iiqdsol, Mr'. Jamies Caeidy Pentitb, Mr. James M'Carihy' Jerry's Plains, M.J. J: Harpuir BuogonIm, Mr. Edward Hughue 'W ollombi,' Mr.' MAIchae Byrne .,Pdil~shed lie Ihq UnUe5 Kcngdon. Ig Mr. Janes, 63, Paternoster-row, London i "Mr. W. J.i Batteraby, 5, " Essx-bridg.,. PvquIa rnent-itreet, Dublin. Sydneys Printed Rod Punb~lshed ny Z.IZ0i3AlL D AllOY, o( Drtbeotv ,it tl~e bruci¶Otffirn. 3rtdbe~atre~t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843

GENERAL AGENCY & COMMISSION OFFICE, No, 18, CORNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THIS NEW EXOHA'GE. To Merchants, Commeicial News Rooms, Public libraries, Agriciltural Societies, OQOfcers of the 'United Services 'Printers, Pub. Ushers of. Newspapers, and Colo. nists generally. P L. SIMMONDS, General-Agent o. and Commission Merchant, in offering his services to his friends and the Colonial Public'in general, begs to acquaint them that he is ready to receive orders for supplies of any kind and 'quantity. and goods :of every description of first rate quality, atithe very lowest. market prices of the day, and to transact business upon the. most liberal terms, pro vided he is previously furnished with fonds or drafts, at either long or short dates, or a reference to some London or Liverpool house for payment. P. L. Simmonds will receive consignments of any description of merchandise to be sold out commis. sion, and accept bills for two thirds of the amount, on receipt of :the bills .of lad...

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