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EARL ST. GERMAIN'S COERCION BILL FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
EARL ST. GERMAIN'S COERCION BILL FOR IRELAND. Ah, Ireland ! "Thou art so bare and full of wretchedness I -- famine is in thy cheeks, Need and oppression starveth in thy eyes, Upon thy.back hangs ragged misery, England is not thy fricnd, nor England's law." My Lord,-WVhat morbid spirit of cruelty and mischief has entered your distracted brain, and urged you on to propose a measure that will rouse up all Ireland in indignation, and expose England to danger indescribable P Ireland, faint and bleeding under our misrule, asks for a little balm to soothe her sorrows, and you oTler her a handful of rue. She uncovers her fester ing wounds, and you pour vitriol into them instead of oil. She humbly craves a part of that freedom which has been given to thse.Vest Indian slave, and you haughtily point to the prison and the gibbet. It is pot enough, my Lord, to have laid her noble monasteries in ruins P--to have seized upon all her valuable church property P-to have alienated her charitable funds...
THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
TIll, MEDICAL PROFESSION. VIWIATEVYR may be the calmamito;s effects ofill-digested uand uncongenial laws, or the m mal miadmmistration of such as are suitable and well-considered, the state of the lcyal profession. in its various grades is of less importance to the personal and social hap piness of mankind, bound together by the tics of kindred and affectioin, than that of the order to which our attention has been again directed. The second number of the " Australian Mliedicat Journal" has ap peared with increasing claims to encourage ment and congratulation. We are fully aware of the many difficul ties opposed to its success. The nature of such a work necessarily limits its circul:. tion and support principally to the members of the medical profession .themselve-. By far the majority of those are supplied, we presume, with the several European pe riodicals devoted to medical literature, and are thereby but little' indebted, they may consider, for the selection from them, which may ...
CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
OAMPP.EY.T srt itr M 1tit r. IHAY-Forty-nine loads of hay were sold at 8t. 10s. to £10 a ton. Stoaw-Tw l£ a loads oere sold at 4s: Gd. to Gs. per cwt. FoDDEa-Thirty-one loads sold at 3d. to 10d. per dozen. BEDDJNG-7Thirteen loads were sold at 3s. Gd. to 7s. per load. W1IEAT.-Six loads only were brought to market, and realised from Gs. Gd. to 7s. per bushel.
GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
GEO3OO.STREwT MARKET. S.tLT BuTrTEa-Twenty-seven cWt. of salt butter sold, wholesale, at is. 2d. to Is. 4d. per lb. CuaESa-Three ton 15 cwt. of clieese was dis posed of at Sd. to Gd. per lb. BACON-One ton of bacon sold at Gd. to Gtd. per lb. . VsEaGTAaLES-Forty-five loads of vegetables paid dues dues during the week, for price of which see market note.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
'T E Iass RELtaRF FUND.-We have great pleasure in stating that in addition to the 5001 subscribed in the district of Port Phillip for the relief of the poor of Irel:mid. which wHI be this day transmitted by the Slabis castle, upwards of 6001. collected in Sydney during the present week will also be sent by tihe same vessel. It is truly gratifying to witness the alacrity with which persons of every class have contributed to the " relief fund." However widely they may have dillred upon other matters, each one has vied with his neighbour in contributing towards this good object, and the large subscription which has been raised in so short a time redounds much to the honour of the Colony, and will, we doubt nut, be duly appreciated at home. NEW .IACISTRATF.S.- His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint William Thurlow, Esq., Alderman for Gipps Ward, Sydney, and Lieutenant Charles fllasire, of Her Majesty's 99th regiment,4o be magistrates of the territory and its dependencie...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2. Before the Chief C'ommissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of M'Donald and Airth, a special meeting was held, at which the creditors agreed to accept a composition of 10s. in the pound to be paid before the estate is released from sequestration.- James Raven, of Launceston, also proved a claim for t303 8s. 4d. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. CERTIFICATES. The following parties had their certificates of discharge allowed by the Chief Commissioner:. Ranulph Dacre, Walter Robertson, and John Fisher Ware. Edward Birmingham ilid'not appear when called on, and his application was struck ofl the paper. RELEASE OF A TRUSTEE. Special meetings were held in the following &nbsp; estates for the purpose of enabling James Solomon of West Maitland, trustee to each of the said estates, to resign his trust, viz.:-John James Martyr, Henry Brook Ray, George Lloyd, John Hawkes Valentine Turner, and James Cox. The usual affidavits having been filed and no oppos...
Port Phillip. THE FAMINE IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
tors ý9)fility. -a THE FAMINE IN IRELAND. Yesterday, the large sum of £500 was forwarded to Sydney, to be transmitted to Ireland. in aid of tib distressed rish.. this sum was collected at the meet ings convened by the Rev. Mr. Geoghegan, and which were held in the school room of the Catholic Chapel, when it is taken into consideration that up wards of six hundred pounds have been subscribed in the short space of ten days. There can be little doubt but a second instalment of £500, will be ready in another week for transmission. A better criterion oftthe wealth of the inhabitants of Port Phillip could not be adduced. The , following is the copy of a letter sent with the remittance To his Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Whately, Lord Archbishop of Dublin. We beg most respectfully to remit to yot.r grace, in conjunction with the Most Rev. Archbishop Murray, the accompanying draft for £500. This sum was contributed at Melbourne and its vicinities, in less than a fortnight, towards the relief of...
REVIEW. O'CONNELL'S LIFE AND SPEECHES. (James Duffy, Wellington-quay.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
(From the Freeman's Journal, April 4.)' O'CONNELL'S LIFE AND SPEECHES. EDITEDi IS JOHN O'CONNELL, ESQ., 1.r. (James Duify, Wellington-quay.) We rejoice that Mr. John O'Connell has thought fit to raise for iais illustrioitg father, in his lifetime, the monument which has been erected for other dis tinguished men after their death only, and often by the hands of editors mnrg. or less indifferently qualified for the undertaking. We are also glhd that the publisher has done his part in rendering it worthy of the great name inscribed upon it. The \,edition is a very elegant and valuable one, and, .enriched as this work is with a beautiful sketch of Mr. (t'unnell's life, and a complete history of the .great transactions in which he took part, and of -which he was the origin and fountain, it cannot but he hailed asa mostprecious contribution to the history .of national literattre. M1any valiant men lived before Agamemnon," but their deeds were forgotten through the want of '" b sacred bard...
THE CITY COUNCIL'S ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
THE CITY COUNCIL'S ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. On Thursday last the Mayor, Aldermen, City Councillors, and Town Clerk assembled at 2 o'clock in the Town Hall, York-street, in their oflicial cos tume, for the purpose of proceeding to Government House, to present the following Address to his Ex .cellency the Governor. At the hour appointed, a dozen carriagps drew up at the Town Hall, in which all the members ofathe Council took their seats, and drove off to Government House, where they were received in a very cordial manner by His Excellen cy, to whom each- of the gentlemen present was introduced by the Right Worshipful the Mayor, who also presented the following Address, as agreed to by tle Council at the meeting held on the 20th ultino: A DDRaS. dl To His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fite Roy, Knight, -Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Captain-General and Governor in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same. ** We, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
hThem " sydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South IW'ales, Van Diemnen's Land,-South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and is England. Scotland, and Ireland.-' The Quarters end on the 31st-March 30th June, 30th September, avid 31st December; at which periods only subscribers cad decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the nuniber of insertions required; otherwise they are continued tilt countermanded. Orders e discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Atl instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid N 0T IC E. T HE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, and the Public in general, are respect fully infor.*nod, thrt the following rules will in future be.struioy adhered to IN SYDNEY-The ...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1846. COLONIAL DIVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
THE SJTURDAY, SJPTEJIfBER 5, 1816. COLONIAL DIVISIONS. Tui Emperor. of ,Russia's purport, it is said,, when he paid his unexpected visit to 'the young lhiitish Q.ueen, wits 'to lay his heart and his sword at her feet-to offer .his armies and his empire to her aid against thedesigns and threatenings of France. Finding, however, that neither her Ma jesty, her Court, her Cebinet, nor her people felt the slightest alarm, - that they were all perfectly tranquil when his anger was aroused-that they were en tiroly free from panic, whilst he had been put into an anti-Gallican rage; the Czar coild' not "conceal his mortification at a :state of fAelings the reverse of his own, aid took umbrage at the cool expressions of the Royal Victoria's gratitude for his chi vvalrous zeal. These doctrines and sentiments are not peculiar to him nor to persons of his rank. In every grade of society, the leade:s cf parties, the haranguers of mobs, will not adpiit of indifference in matters with which they ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846
THE FRIENDS of the late MRS. ELIZA- BETH HAYES are respectfully solicited to attend her Funeral, on Sunday, 6th September. The Procession will move from her late residence, Prince-street, at 2 o'clock, P.M. precisely. MICHAEL GANNON, Undertaker. &nbsp; RICH CHINA GOODS. THE LADIES of Sydney and its en- virons are respectfully solicited to inspect a superb assortment of – Rich embroidered Canton crape shawls, in white, maize, crimson, lavender, and pink White and coloured embroidered crape handker- chiefs Ditto ditto ditto scarfs China grasscloths and pure white nankeens Superior China mattinig, fifty-four inches wide Ornamented tea caddies, filled with the finest teas Ditto card boxes and backgammon boards ALSO, A few sets of superbly carved chessmen With a variety of other new and fashionable goods, all of which will be offered upon such terms as will ensure the approbation of purchasers, at PITE AND PRESTON'S Emporium, 3696 263, Pitt-street. &nbsp; FRENCH BONNET RI...
PROFESSOR LIEBEG'S MODE OF PRESERVING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846
PROFESSOR LIEBEG'S MODE OF PRE SERVING MEAT. The property'of organic substances to pass into a state of fermentation and decay, in contact with atmospheric air, and, in consequence, to transmit s these states of transmutation to other organic sub- a stances, is annihilated in all cases, without exception. I by heating to the boiling point. This is certainly c the most striking and evident proof that the ready mutability of these substances is connected with a certain.mode of arrangement of their component c atoms. We need only consider the coagulation of albumen by heat to understand the manner in-whicrl heat acts in producing this effect. Most ferments have a constitution analogous to that of albumen, I and, at a higher temperature, pass into a new state. W When sweet almonds are blanchcd, and allowed I to remain even only a few seconds in boiling water, their power of acting upon amygdaline is comph tely annihilated. Amygdaline dissolves without altera tion in almond-milk which ha...
Select Poetry. ECHOES OF FOREIGN SONG. THE SONG OF HATRED (DAS LIED VON HASSE). [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846
Ctilft Soerty. . ECHOES OFFOREIGN SONG. (From the Nation.) r7,1n foNa OP IInATv r (DAs LIBa'VON IASSB). (.From the German of Gece pelHerrwegh, who roas banished from Prussia in 1841.). Yes, Freedop,'s war !- though the deadly strife a: .ke iarth oneccharnel bone-yard ! The last kiss now to the child and wife, And the first firm grasp of the poinard ! Blood soon shall run in rivers above 'The bright Jlowers we to-day tread .We have all had more than enough of love, So now for a spell of hatr?l ! W.e have all had more than enough of love, So ;row for a spell of Hatred ! Ilow long shall th.e hideous ogre, Power, Re ar column of skulls on column P IOh, Justice! hasten thy judgment-hour; And opin thy doomsday volume ! No more.oiled speech !-it is time the drove Of despots should hear their-fate reauld We have all had quite enough of Jove- Be our watchword hencetirth Hatred We have all had quite enough of love- Be bur watchword henceforth Ilatred ! ,Cold steel ! To that it must-opine at l...
ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846
EXGLISH SHIIPING. The Pandora, for Sydney, entered outwards on the 27th April. The Urgent, for Sydney, was ad vertised to sail on the 15th May. The Trafalgar was the mail packet for Junr. The William llyde was to sail fot Sydney on the 10th of May. The Berkshire, May packet ship, was off Deal on the 3rd May. The Cara. from New Zealand and Sydney, arrived at Deal on the 23rd of May. The Ilooghley, from Sydney, arrived at Penzance on 25th April.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846
IMPORTS. September 7.--Avoea, barque, 251 tons, Captain IIowey, from Iiverpool: -3 pair French millstones, G. Thorne and Co.; 3 boxes thread. A. M'Gaa; I box, J. Phillips; 4 cases, T. Smith and Co.; 12 sheets lead, 6 casks lead shot, 76 logs sawn timber, 2 boxes merchandise, Gilchrist and Alaxander; 8 crates I box 1 cask merchandise, Lyall, Scott, and Co.; 12 cases 78 casks apothecaries' ware, 2 bales 1 cask 37 crates merch:andis, IR. M. Robey ; 1 case haberdashery, E Manning ; 15 hogsheads rum, 10 hogsheads and 6 quarter-casks wine, 12 bales mere c:hamlise, 2 parcels patterns, J. Grahame and Co.; 12 packages glass, I case muslins, 2 crates, Bu Chanan and Co.; 10 boxes window glass, R. Grahltam ; 2 boxes thread, It. A. Moorbead ; 1 bale I case, A. Brierley ; 2 bales, T. liolt, jun. ; 1 box, J. Lord.; 1 box I keg. .. M. Andrews; 2 hoxes books, P. S. Carroll; I box wearing apparel, W. Bell ; 10 hogsheads porter, Joubert and Murphy; 14 cases wearing. apparel, 40 hams, 2 cases 10 hogshe...
Government Gazette. FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846
4o. Lrumttcltt Ta;ttte, -0o FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. IIPDOUNDINGB. Singleton, PatriCk's Plains, on the 27th August, from Mr. A. Blaxland's-red cow, white belly and tail, branded Jp off rump, aged ; "magpie poley. cow, short tail, branded like B in a square offrump, aged, a-red and white bull calf by her side, three months old, unbranded ; yellow and, brindle heifer, star in forehead, branded 'J , J under, off rump, two years old ; blue strawberry male calf, ihanded like W oi' rump, six months old; yellow poley cow, H bite belly, tail, and lBind legs, b.ianded like B in square off rump; brindle steer, no brand legible, white shoulder and rump, two years old; light blue strawberry cow, notch in near ear, branded" B fn square and Tit oilff ribs, aged; yellow heifer, white back and belly, ears notched, if brandcd not legible, two years old; yellow cow, white rump, tail, and hind legs, ears cropped, branded J.l off' rump, five years old; white poley bullock, red on_ head and neck, branded like E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846
NO I'ICE. UIL AgePts nre requested to fuirnish a 7- List 'of such persons as have been Nubscriberis, and are still in debt for their Subscription (thanks to the Court of RIe quests being "a mockery,.a delusion, and a snare" for three-fourths of the Colony), in order that a BLACK LIST of the DE "AUiL'rnS mihy be published. Chr'onicle Office, Selit. 8th, .1816.