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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

.' EEK LY .11P.TRO KOLOG.ICAI. TA It J.E. AIAlllT'ln U¥ THi TIlHROIOITTItIt. XJ 11 M %N. '?.1!. WInD. shwtanl.Ar.. SEPT. 2 52 62 100 N W. Clear I'lunwXA-r ......... 3 SIOJib6.N\Y. o I)tto 1114 r 11,.......... 4 52 58l 54 S E: Psitto V?,TUln)AY ......... 5 50 1 11 S. R. Itiy hutNDAY ............ 6O 45 b 2 S.. `DiLo - SIlnaAr............ 7 5)-, 68 1, . S.E. Clear T'uulsna?r .......... 8 6" 00 I 57 N . Dltto - Jcp' n -pl tellllelmture. 54.

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SKETCHES OF POLISH HISTORY. No. I.—SOBIESKI. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

SKETCHES OF POLISH HISTQRY. (From the Nation.) No. J.--SoaxrsK). SOh ! for a steed, a rushing steed, and dear Po land.gathered round To smite her circle of savage foes, and smash them upon the ground!" A nationality of ten centuries torn piecemeal ; a human bulwark to Europe into the corner stones of vulgar empires; the champion land of Christen dom, of civilization, exposed to Russian vengeauce ; a.capital, once the Czar's prison,.turned into the gymnasium of Russian tyranny; the Cossack's fatherland sacrificed to his mere, nary parricide; the richest plain of Europe desolated by Imperial brig andage; a nation generous, warm, garbled by a vulture trio, subjected to arbi:rary torture, forsaken by cold-blooded Europe, deluded by France, mocked by England, struggling for a century against fate and tyrants, and now., in her newer and fresher agony, begging help from (Goo, and pity from you -this is Poland. It may be our case to-morrow. -" Poland is in arms," said her exiles, in their a...

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GASPING FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

..GASPING FREEDOMI. (From the Nation, March 29.) Not a voice from .Poland, or.for her. Stilledl Europe listens tijlits murderou w:ork is .done listens to her death-rattle"; andIreland gazes, as into the agonised face 9f a belovd sister, to know if she be indeel dead. But, no-thank Freedom's ,Gop-there is a soul in Slavonia still. .Her priests.are .not.aurtyrcd her yoilths are ot ill in chains-the heads of her nobles are not all bought- -her holy scythe blades are not all broken--" La nationalitd Polonaise ne perira 12as." No ! never, while a true Pole lives in rebel freedom on the Carpathian hills; never whila a fauche ar remains to mow a tyrant down, shall we despair of Poland. Austria may halloo her traitorous serfs. Russia her Ukraine hordes, France her spie?; but as surely'as .there is God in .Heaven, shall Poland yet be free, from the Vistula.to theDwina. Then, woe to her tyrants! Woe to them who " blasphemed Heaven,and defaced earth, in the " Holy Alliance"-to England, Russia,...

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GROPING IN THE DARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

: GROPENG IN TiE ;DAlKI. (From the Nation, March 28.) 'The surest way-to mystify and mislead a certain class of peopile is to tell them the truth. The Spartan .AoBtisAuv, by issuing a programme of the move .rments.whiicl . he ieally intended to make, always daisconcertIed.the'enemy, who wre sure .to expect him ,anywhere rather-than where he had announced that lhe would be found. On this principle the Irish People .have completely puzzled their legislators. We lia e been loudly proclaiming. for. some years .back, that the goal we are aiming at is National .Independenee-to.. make 'tsll country a Sovereign .State, instead of a trampled province; and there rUpon tlheyd!iligently bethink themselves what it" is ve can possibly nmean-what artful dodge or scheme *we are planning under.that preext. . - ;If our.Irish agitation were mainly directed against ,the -Established Church, then, possibly, amongst their speculations as to our trite designs and real " grievances," they might happen to d...

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STATE OF THE MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

STATE OF TIHE MAGISTRACY.. Axitous as we have always been for the' -reputation of those who are intrusted with judicial authority, it gives us.great siitisfac. -tion to Witness the present harmony of feel ing, arid unity of co-operation, with which, appiarently, the affairs of our Supreme Court of Judicature are administered. But a sin.gle case occurs to our recollection which has interposed since the present constitu tion of the Bench to raise doubts of a con trary tendency. We allude to the matter .f the orphan " Wzs.soN," whcrein His honor M1r. Justice Therry, as Primary Judge in Equity, decided that he had no jurisdiction in that capacity, although his ihnmediate predecessor, the present Resi dent Judge at Port Phillip, had delivered judgments in the same proceedings; and although ithbas hitherto been the uniform practice to exercise the jurisdiction which :Mr. Justice Therry disavows-that the Court can possess. The result awaits the decision of the full Court. ?etween the Bench...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

' ý tnty itllO fiitPI1( jt tar, -o ARRIVALS. September -4.-- Velocity, schooner, 139 tons, Captain Gray, from Bloyd Town, Twofold Bay, the 3rd instant. Passengers.-.Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Miss D,uglass, Mr. and Mrs. Plumeridge and thrqC children, Mrs. Tiddums and three children, Mrs. Darling, Messrs. Rust, Layton, Airst, Parrott, D. Fiddler, and four in the stecrage. G.- Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Captain Tul lock, from Adelaide the 20th, and Circular Head the 31st nit. Passenger-Cauptain Robertson. 6.- Palmyra, brig, 140 tons, Captain Lindsey, from Launceston the 30th ultimo. Passengers Messrs. Miller, J. Denley, and N. Lepage. 6. - Captain Ross, barque, 310 tons, Captain Macarthur, from Port Phillip the 29th ultimo. Passengers - Messrs. W. J. Parrott, W. A. Brown, J. D. De la Hunt, and Mrs. Eyre and child. 7.-Avoca, barque, 251" tons, Captain IToway, from Liverpool the 28th April. Passengers-Mr. Cockshott, Mr. Phillips, and Mr. IIall. 8.- HWilliam, brig, 121 tons, Captain Thom, fro...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

ENGLIS II NEWS. BY the arrival of the Avoca, on Monday last, from Liverpool, we have English news eight days later than our previous intelli gence direct. The news generally is of but little im portance. The Corn Bill and the Irish Coercion Bill were making very slow pro gross. It was not expected that thie former would be in the -louse.of Lords before the 10th ofP-May. Lieutenant Waghorn's project for steam communication with these colonies via Sin gapore, was exciting considerable interest. Intelligence from Sydney to the 10th January had reached England. A measure had been brought into the House of Commons for facilitating the dis solution of railway comnpanies, the majority of whose shareholders wished to retreat. A serious accident occurred at Cashel on Monday, April 20th, in the Town Hall, where a" number of persons had collected, for what purpose does not clearly appear, when either,, the roof fell .in or the floor gave way. and some accounts say fifty-one persons were killed...

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Mai[?]and. COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

(From the Maitland Mercury.) COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. l]usiness genesally has been brisk this week, owing to a largo amount of country orders received, a?d to the shearing supplies, which are now begin ping to be purchased. * General stores remain without a single variation from last week. Sugar remains firm at £26, the lowest figure at which it is attainable. In lump, the stock on hand has been considerably increased, tlhough prices still remain at former high rates. Crushed lump is much inquired after. ' The grain market has been exceedingly flat, nearly all the grain that has come into inwn.having passed onwards to Sydney. With the exception of a few sales of maize, at 4i. 3d. nothing whatever has been dione. In cattle but little bushness has been transacted, the arrivals having been but few during the week. In fact; so scanty and of such inferior quality has been the supply latterly, ihat some of our butchers have started for the interior to look out for them selves. Prices have ...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPT. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

S Llcg;siafitc 4iouatnI. -o TUESDAY, SEPT. 8. This being the day appointed for the re.assembling of the Legislative Council, his Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy. Governor. &c., opened it in person. The Council Chambers presented an un usually animated appearance, being graced with the presence of Lady Mary Fitz Roy, and a' large number of elegantly dressed ludies. The chamber was so crowded, that the members present were obliged to-dispense witb a seat. Tile galleries wvere also thronged to over flowing. Indeed, so large a number of ladies and gentlemen we never saw as sembled at any previous opening of Council. The Members present were: the Honorable the Speaker, the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, the -Ion. the Colonial Treasurer, his Excellency Sir Maousice O'Connell, commander in chief, William Lithgow, Esq., Auditor General, Colonel .Gibbs, Collector of Customs, W. C. Wentworth, Esq., Robert Lowe, Esq., R. Windeyer, Esq., Alexander Berry, Esq., Charles Cowper, Esq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE.', GOULDURN-MB. COARNEY. BERaIMa--Ma. B. M 'MAHoN. PATEnSON-MR. 3. O'SustuvAN. PARaAMATTA aIR. P. CARnalF. PORT PHIILIP' -Ma. J. .BULLIN. - ' i \VOLLON1Na--IaR. TUoMASFoWL s BAvTRaUasT-MR. T. JONES. * :I -. QUEANIEYAN--MR'. J. J. WVazonr.. MAITLAND-M 1. T. MAHONY. CAMPXELLTOWN, &C.-:41a. M'Av-,LTU. B.;i WYINDsO -Ma. JAMES, CASSIDr. PENRITHK-Mn. JAMIES M'CbaRTUY. JEaaE'5 PLAINuS-ME1. J. 3. ASPUI. BUNoonIA-.Ma. EDWARD HuGHEs.1 ADELAIDE-MR. JOHN. NowiLAND. YAsS-lla. C. RouaKE. Publlselwd iht the. United Kinydom, Ma. JONES, 03, YATEaNOsTEa'IIOW, LaNDfl Ma W. J. BArmiasnY. 10, ESSEtrDRI1 LIAIENT-STI-IET, DUDLIN. Irifltd for tint I'aotiwteor by WDWAIID J.II1N'IIA I. , of L:edran, It tho Couity ot CutnbkI 1l0, sa 1Jehed bylinaub ti Ohpronclo ltitltosNo. Ol(T Ki'jiiy, NOew South Witlel.- WCedlucHsa)i 0*pW 11,40.

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a common Jury of twelve. DOE DEM. HAWLEY AND OTHERS V. BROWN AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

' ?i1p7I8 1U0111:It - ---o- FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. CIVIL rJURISDICIION. Before his Honor the Chief Justicec and a co;mmon Jury of twelve: DOE DEE. IIAWLEY AND OTHERS V. DROWN AND O11E|RS. This case commenced on Thursday, and was an action of ejectment, in which the devisees of the late Thomas Burdekin were the th plaintiffs, and Thomas Chaseling, jun., Paul Bushell, Mary Brown, Joseph Fleming, James Riley, William Hall, John Brown, William Brown, Henry Brown, Richard Childs, and John Cameron, were the defendants. Of these defendants, Henry Brown had suffered judgment by default; and on the part of Childs and Cameron, a verdict for the, plaintif was consented to by Mr. Dowling ; the remaining defendants contested the action, the plea being the general issue. Messrs. Vosten and Broadhurst appeared for the plaintif's, and Messrs. Windeyer and Lowe for the defendants. The action was brought to recover 'possession of sixteen farms on the banks of the Hawkesbury river, four of which were situat...

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ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

.,ST. PATIICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SO CIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITITf On Sunday evening last, the usual meetings of tihe above societies were held in St Patrick's Hall, the Rev. Dean M*Encroe in the chair. The Cn.la.\N., in commencing the business of St. Patrick's Society, said they had the highest authority for saying that charity never faileth, and their presence there that evening was a proof of the truth of the remark, for they wcre always ready and never failing in doing good. lie felt sure that the Almighty had much good in store for the people of New South Wales, who were so ready to come fyrward on all occasions to assist their suffering fellow-creatures. They would, no doubt, be gratified to hear that, in the short space-of four days, the sum of £720 had been raised for the relief of the distressed Irish, and was sent off per .Slaus Castle the previous day, and this before half thecity hadbeen canvassed : he hoped that before the end of the week the subscription would...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

Tai " ?.tey C'hroonicle" Is publisked twtice a week, on W'ednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated .trouoghout New Sou/s. Wales, Va'n Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland. and Ireland.- 2he Quarters end on teG 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; it wohich periods only subscribers can- decline receiving it, after paying the qmount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermaddd 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.-All instructious must be given in writing, and all letters postpaid - . NOTICE. TI\HE SUBSCRIIBERS to this Paper, I anld the Publicin general, are respect fully informed, thct the following rules will in future be strictly adhered to: '1N SYDNEY-'The Subscription is T...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1846. THE OPENING OF THE COUNCIL. HIS EXCELLENCY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

THE . SYDEY IHaONIelF. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. .9, 1846. '~:I?E OPENING OF THE COUNCIL. HIIS EXCELLENCY'S SPEECH. "15Qoss- whose curiosity stood on-tip-toe for tie first exhibition ,of His Fxcellency's official'supremacy,. must have found abun dant. gratification in the vice-regal and ducal splendour of his.debut. " Those .whose incapacity for reflection might have led _tlhen to antici ato the development of some new system' of Colonial policy, or the avowal ofa determination to uphold the old, must hlve been most deservedly punished by the bitterness of their disappointment. I-lis Excellency's speech .was exactly such fin one, as lihe ought,' and by every conside rafe m-an must ha!vebeen expected, to have " delivered on such an occasion. Whatever other high qualities Sir Charles Fitz Roy ,may hereafter display, our new Ruler has manifested the possession of that sterling, valhable' endowment, common sense. It is no trifling meed of- praise that we are bouild to award-to his Excellency, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 September 1846

DISTRESS IN IRELAND. B Y permission of the General Commitee, a Meeting of the Citizens of Gipps Ward w?ill be held at Mr. William Curtayne's, Limerick Arms, Gloucester-street, on Monday Evening next, at 7 o'clock, for tile purpose of collecting Subscrip tions in aid of the IltIS[I RELIEFb FUND. The Chair will be taken at 8 o'clock. 3706 DISTRE-S IN JILELA ND. TIlE Inhabitants of Campbell Town, '.Appin, and the su:rounding Districts, are respectfully Informed thliata Public Meeting will be held in Mr.' Hurley's Long Room, Campbell Town, on Monday next, the 14th instant, at noon; to devise means to alleviate the appalling Distress, now, and for some time past, prevailing in Ireland. It is ex pected that all those friendly disposed, and charit able, will attend. Campbell Town,Sept; 7, 1846. . 3703' O N SAIE, at the Stores of the under signed, Wheat, maize, and m lt mills, by the best makers Grocers' collee mills, with mdltiplying wheels (Grocers' sugar mills Improved patent chafr cutti...

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IMPORTANT DECISION IN FAVOUR OF PASSENGERS BY SEA. CAPTAINS AND OWNERS LOOK A-HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 September 1846

IMPORTANT DECISION IN F~AVOUR OF PASSENGERS BY SEA. CAPTAINS AND OWNERS LOOK A-HEAD. In the Court of Queen's Bench, Westminster, on the 18th April, a case of considerable importance to the mercantile and shipping interests was finally dec.ided. The defendant, Brooks, is the owner of a vessel trading from Sydney to London. In the latter end of 1812 the captain of the ship inserted in the newspapers of the colony an advertisement to the effect that the vessel, which was called the Alchilles would sail for London iis the December of that year, and that there wolld be an adequate supply'of good food fur the tort7tg -passeig'ks.7 li'r pliuiufiti Mullard, -having engage:l a steerage passage in the ship, came in her to London,after which he brought the present action to recover compensation for the injury which he had sustained on account of the vessel not sailing unmtil March, 1913, and of his being on the voyage inadequately furnished with provi. sions, both as to quantity and quality. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 September 1846

-*o ARRIVALS. September 0.-Golden Fleece,-barque, 120 tons, Captain Collins, from the Tweed with cedar: l(l-Maitland, steamer, 103 tons, Captain Par sons, fromn Port. Macquarie. Passengers-Mr. Patterson, Mr. H. M''Leod, Mr. Stewart, and seven in the steerage. DEPARTURES. September 0.-James and Amelia, cutter, Capt. Meggett, for Boyd Town, Twofold Bay. Passenger --Mr. D,tvid'Fiddler. S10-Susannah Ann, schooner, Captain lHensley, for Port Nicholson, via Twofold Bay. Passenger Mr.'A. Lyon.. ' CIRCiLAR.' %/ ESSRS. PITE ANI: PRESTON V / Ijbe1 respectfully to acquaint the ladies of Sydney and the public' generally, that the extensive alterations in their premises are now complete, the principal object of which has been to remove the whole of their fancy stock-to a neiv~ diartinenit on the ground floor, which has beep fitted uji in such a manner as they trust will allbord comfort and convenience to their customers. 37 CASES OP NEW OODS . .. have just been opened. In addition to a cholce se...

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Select Poetry. SONG OF THE PALLEN WIFE OF O'ROURKE OF BREFFNI. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 September 1846

e N:"f el. 1 a E I. r tCl l 4z?a . _ONO ;- ITIrE PALLeBN WIFR OP O'ROURRB OF DRFFPPNT. Is e-,, : I. (From,the Nation.) I .looked on tlie helmet, I looked 'on the shield, As:;.A'6ifngitlve foot left.the hall;' A'nd I look'd ion 'the?ropihkoS of many a field, ..nd thought on thI lord of them all ; ; Aidd I felt-oh I I felt what this tongte cannot tell, S Nori t OHOan feel aught of again ; d dt;lf iidrtal, on enrth ever tasted of hell, " :Minlthminie was-a drauight of it then. Ahd my bosnicbeat quick;, hid the spirit remorse " Wavid is a'ington the child o'er my soul ; . SBtit the spiilier'iras'there, and arrested its course, r !Ec'I~tasted the depths of its dole'; For he painted the past with a pencil of flame, When ourihearts iilnd tieir'wishies were one; Arid lieh kissed olF'thitc r that nhad started in shrime S; Atthe deed was about to be done. A?nd oh, 'twas a monientof death amidl life, * ,Whi;!vyirtui yet breathed in my breast; I f? .asa? womrn--l feltasa iwife BittilI?'rvens !-...

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THE BENCH OF MAGISTRATES AND JOHN DILLON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 September 1846

TIHE BENCII OF MAGISTRATES AND JOHN DILLON. " LAu. AR t 4 laudato viro "-to be esteemed by those whom we esteem, is, next to the approval of our own conscience, the most desirable reward that we can find in our social intercourse of life. To be censured by the unworthy is a scarcely less gratify ing proof of meritorious intention' through out ourreublic career. Although we ought not to be surprised at anything done or said by John Dillon of Port ilacquaric notoriety, which effrontery oould attempt or shamelessness utter, we avow our astonishment at his presumption in dictating, or.at least voluntarily sdggest ing, to such an eminent 'personage .on the niagisterial bench as Mr. '\ indeyer, the line that should he pursued in .lcthrenee to an article headed "State of the Magistracy," which was published in our last number. The Jlench of Magistrates are not more -sacred "than the highest courts of justice, and the highest assemblies of legislature, from the most rigid aniinadversion of....

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Matland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 12 September 1846

(Prom the Mlati and lercury.) . T u~ DnsriTnuT lalsr.-'ih people of Maltland, we are glad to see, are about to folloiv the exarmple of the inhablants of, Melbourne and Sydney. - Ar rangements have been mad'e for holding a public meeting' at tho' Court-house, Easu Maitland, on Mfonday. next, for the purpose of raising subscrip tions towards the relief of the. sufferers .from the famine in Ireland. We are sure that the inhabitants of the town and district will shqw that they are not less alive.to the claims of their starving countrymen at home than our fellow.colonists to the southward have proved themselves to be. AMBLa.NCuoI.Y DthATar.-It is with sincere regret that we have to announce the death of the -Rev. J. J." Smith, which melancholy event took place at Mrs, Muir's Hotel, in East. Maitland,.yesterday afternoon. From the first his medical attendants h td but little hopes of his recovery, the unfortunate gentleman having been insensible from the time of the accident taking place,...

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