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GREECE.—THE MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

I GREECE.-THE; MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. Mr. Roebdck : 1 beg to give notice, that to morrow I shall ask a question of the noble lord at the head of the Government respecting, the course which the Government intend to pursue after the event of last Monday. . I hope the House will not be unwilling to take the state of the country into consideration to-morrow with reference to this sub iect, notwithstanding the forms of the House, which do not permit one to make a motion to that effect without the consent of the House; Lord J. Russem. : What question is it which the honourable and learned gentleman intends to Mr Roebuck : I have already stated the ques tion, namely, what is the course that the Go vernment mean to pursue after the event of last (LordJ Russe.l almost immediately afterwards left his seat and crossed over the floor of the t louse- to speak to the honourable Member for Shelfreld, with whom he was for a few moments engaged in conversation.) — Times, Jm-f 20- _

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ADDRESSES TO DEAN COFFEY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

ADDRESSES TO DEAN COFFEY., The deputation named at the P* meetl*J °f the Dean's friends,jhave presented the Rev. gentle man with the following address and a purse of 100 SverSs, the result of a subscription set on foot, as a smal testimony of the respect the Dean has ever bin held in by his Hock since his first arrival amongst them in the district : — Addressof the Catholics of Melbourne to the Very Reverend Dean Coffey. Vorv ftfiverend and Dear Sir, ? ? . ; We the Catholics of Melbourne, learn ™m feelings of unalloyed regret, that you hare been re caUed from your arduous Missionary labours, m this Diocese, by His Grace the Archbishop of Syd nG We remember with pleasure the period-now nearly four years ago-when our Venerable and Beloved Vicar General associated you with this mission, at which time our spiritual wants were ; r ' ? : ? «i,,^to . and we are awae iTihSenting you =d the affectionate ties of a people devotedly attatched to your person and ministry; nor can we forget that ...

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BENJAMIN DISRAELI. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

BENJAMIN DISRAELI. (From the ' Spectator.') Strength breeds strength, and the Disraeli who came in with February like a lamb becomes a liOn n^March. ' Anch'io sonpittore :' he has read of statesmen who have shahen states, he has painted them, and now he is one. Not of Titan breed but still of the blood of Israel. The turbulent energies of Zimr iand Jehu may be renewed on the alien banks of the Thames, — modernized, indeed and made genteel, yet scarcely less audacious in spirit. Disraeli has been underrated, and the mis calculation is corrected by an apt retribution in hi rise. He has genius of a certain kind-i-r-for genius is an inborn and special capability for labour; which he posseses. It is a genius compartivek ?? Brilliant' has his has been, it lias Deen an uphill career. With a genius for mastering the cicum stances of our day, he lacks tne power of postive creation, and at no stage in his rise has lie estab lished a positive footing, stable and unmtstakeable. He has toiled up...

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MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

MONDAY. A return respectiug pounds, moved, for by Mr. Nichols, was laid on the table by the Colonial Secretary. ; Hia Excellency the Governor gave his as sent to a Bill to authorise the, continuation of a tramroad from Burwood to Newcastle; 'also the Benevolent Society Bill, with cer^-. tain amendments. . Mr. Donaldson gave notice of hia inten tion to move certaiti amendments in addition : to- Mr.- Lamb's resolution* Mr. Murray enquired of the Colonial Se cretary if he could give the House any posi tive information that the Home Government had an intention to form Mcreton Bay into a penal colony. It was reported in the House,, and out also, that the GoveYnrnerit wris tit possession of that information. ! In reply the Colonial Secretary skid /that he could not give any positive information. There was a strong probability that the Government would have some penal colony, but whether in the Australian Colonies he was not able to state. Mr. Bowman having moved the adjourn ment of this i...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

I M POUNDINGS. yDEANBKYAN.— From the estate of C. Campbell, Esq., for trespass, September 14 : — Black filly, about 2 years old, branded near shoulder 2g. Iron -grey filly, about 2 years old, branded near shoulder likeSTorJT. If the above horses are not re leased on or before the 8th October, 1850, they will be sold, to defray expenses. William Dawson, 9s. 6d. ^ Bugrndori.. — On the 12th September, from the Foxlow Estate, for trespass in open pasture land, uamages oa. per head .—lied bullock, white sides, speckled red star, like an indistinct brand off ribs. Black cow, redish ears, white about udder, like MC off rump. Yellow bullock, white tail, like ^R off ribs. Lacge black bullock, ltke RH rump, H ribs off side. Red bullock, white on back, belly, tail, legs, and face, snail horns, an in distinct brand like RT off rump. Dark red cow white on shoulder, rump, belly, and tail, S ramp' b rump, JC thigh, milking side. Young black steer white on rump, belly, and tail, no brand visible. L...

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SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

SATURDAY. '5 Mr. Moor presented a petition from Mel bourne against the resumption of trahspor tetion, with 1400 signature's, raakirig & total 2600 signatures from Melbourne; also a petition from the county of Durham, signed by 142 persons, presented by Mr. Lamb. Mr. Martin, on the resumption of the de bate^ begged leave to withdraw his resolu tion. Mr. James Macarthur had placed on the paper the notice in his name, for the pur pose of uniting and obtaining a majority which would command respect of the pub lic and of her Majesty's Government. This gentleman recapitulated the previous argu ments in favour of a modified system of exiles:, He considered in arguing the prin ciples set forth he would be open to the odium of the unthinking public. The course he pursued he was satisfied he had done his duty. Mr. Wentworth seconded the resolu tions. Mr. Murray considered that any one making this colony his home ought not to listen to any proposal in any shape for to send convicts. He...

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CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

CITY COUNCIL. Monday. ? ' v Present :— The Right Worshipful the Mayor; Al derman Broufjhton, Brown, Egan, and Thurlow ; Councillors Josephson. Williams, Driver, Moffitt, Smidmore, Roberts, Moore, Board, Paton, Peden, Mac-lonald, Jenkins, Little, May, Ryan, Thornton, Tuomas, and Linfjard. MISSING PAPERS The Town Clerk, after reading: the minutes of the last meeting of Council — that on the 17th September, on the subject-of addressing His Excellency the Go vernor—read a lecter from himself, addressed to the Mayor, reporting that the originals of several of the motions comprised in the minutes just read were by some menris to him- abstracted from the office in the course of the day following the meeting, during his absence at the Legislative Council, and that but the movers of thosa resolutions had favoured him with ?other copies,. he could not have made up the minutes of the meeting; intimating also that this was not the first instance in which papers hart been abstracted from his off...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

? r-r ? 1 ? ; ? _ ? . ? £.V V, SYDNEY MARKETS. g Poultry.^-FowIs. from Is. ?d. to 2s. -W. f p, couple; ducks, 2s. 6d. to 3s. 3d.; geese, 4s. 0-l- » t,; 4s. 6d. ; pigeons, 9d. ; turkeys, 7s. to ?s. I'd.; »J f ducks 2g. Od, to 2s, 3d. 5 roasting pigs. 2s. to 2* M. V each. . M Dairy Produce.— Fresh buttered, to lOd.; «'? M 4d. ; per lb. ; cheese, 5£d. ; bacon, 4d. ; lard, iP to 4d. ; eggs, 7d. to 8d. per dozen. Vegetables —Cabbages, Is. to 2s. per «Jt»n, cauliflowers, 3s. to 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, 6'd. ; tmi»P'' f Is. to Is. 3d. j parsley, 2d. per bunch ; celery, - V per (Jozen , keks, 8d. per dozen ; parsnips, is. Is 3d. pei dozen; carrots, Is. 6U to Is. 8ll- 1 | doz-n ; peas, 3s. 6d. to 4a. per bushel. ^ y Fruit.— Oranges, ld.t(-4d per dozen. ; lemon3'} Lisbon. 2d. to 4d. A Sundries ^-Whest.fiom 3s. 9d. to 4s. 3d- f *l bushel ; ferity, 2s. 10d. to 3s 2d. per bushel i mjIZl j 3-. p r bushel ; oats, 3s. to 3s. 6d. per bushel ; W ' 60s. to 70s. p*r ton ; straw, 40s. to $0b. P' '' ' * honey...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

FRANCE. Ihe (Jorsaire of June 7th says, that M. Drouyn de l'Huys is to leave Paris for Lon don to day, in order to resume his diploma matic duties, and that the dispute with England on the Greek question is definitively arranged. The committee of initiative has decided to take into consideration the motion of General Grammont for the removal of the seat of Government from Paris. The prise en consideratioriwas voted by 12 against . 11. The reporter is the celebrated astrono xnor Leverier. — Catholic Standard.

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ITALY. THE MADONNA OF RIMINI. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

Ki^^U-^.-..- IT^XY- ' ' . ''?': THE MADONNA OF RIMINI. {Extracted from the Osservatore Romano.) On the 12fch of May the first of a series of wonderful miracles took place in the little church attached to the house of the missioners of the Predeux Sang at Rimini j a picture of the Blessed Virgin, placed in a chapel of that church, was seen to open and close its eyes. So immense was the con course which this event attracted that an armed force was obliged to be present to maintain order, and the Bishop being absent, the Vicar General ' in conformity with the desires of the people, transferred the picture from the chapel to the High Altar, where it remained exposed to the veneration of the multitude who came to witness the prodigy. The movement of the eyes has been palpably seen by some thousands of people, so that great numbers of persons who did not previously believe in miracles have been. converted inconsequence. The Bishop who was absent on a pastoral visit, immedi ately returned ...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

FRIDAY. The half yearly accounts (ending June) for the Campbell town Road Ttusf, was laid l on the table by the Colonial Secretary. A petition from eleven Medical Practi tioners was presented by the Attorney General, praying for the postponement of the Medical Witnesses Bill until next session. The following petitions against the re sumption of transportation were presented : By Mr. Lamb, from 41 clergy of the Church of England, in the diocese of Sydney : from the Lord Bishop of Newcastle, signed by 15 clergymen ; from the wives and daughters of citizens of Sydney with 683 signatures. By Mr. Bowman, from 38 persons of the town of Windsor and Wilberforoe. By Mv. Dickson from 1200 inhabitants of Mel bourne. By Mr. Byrnes, Mr. Murray, and, Mr. Oakes, from Parramatta, Liverpool and Queanbeyan, signed by 1121 persons. Dr. Lang presented two petitions with 942 sig natures. ?'- Mr, Murray said that a petition of a similar effect,, signed by upwards of ten thousand persons, had been forward...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

1Ugt0latU)£ Ctiuncti* THURSDAY. The following petitions were, presented by Mr. Lamb against the resumption of trans portation : from Kiama, signed by 310 per sons; from the district of Hartley, signed by 167 persons ; from Goulboun, signed by 107 persons, including the magistrates and electors of that town and district ; also a petition from the employers of labour in the city of Sydney, who annually pay wages to the amount of £35,000. Dr. Lang presented a petition from the members of the Baptist congregation in the City of Sydney, with 219 signatures. Dr. Lang also presented another petition from the Scots Church at Goulbourn, signed by the minister, elders, and other members of that church against the resumption of transportation. Three petitions were presented by Mr. Suttor, one from the town and district of Bathurst, and was signed by 1320 persons, inclnding stockholders, and the whole of the medical gentlemen residing there ; the other was from the Counties of Roxburgh &amp...

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THE O'CONNELL FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

THE O'CONNELL FAMILY. The following summary, correct, but of very bad taste, in its statements, of the progress and position of the family of the late Mr. O'Connell appeared in the Dublin Evening Mail; and however accurate its facts, its purport demonstrates beyond doubt that O'Connell was not a place-hunter for his family : — ' Time was when the founder of the house of Derrynane was wont to boast of his parliamentary progeny; and as he counted heads while they filed before him into the lobby upon a division, to exc laim. ' There are eight of us!' And true it was there were eight of them. But years have made an awful scattering of the race since then. The present House of Commons contains only three of them — Maurice, John, and Morgan John, not one of whom, according to present appearances, is likely to hold a seat in another parliament. Morgan John, the honorable member for Kerry, has been posted by the commissioners for the sale of incumbered estates, as about to be sold up, among...

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SALE OF ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

SALE OF ESTATES. (From the Cork Examiner.) Though we have adverted in another place to the subject of the Encumbered Es tates Commission, yet the proceedings under it on Tuesday last deserve special attention. These were of the highest importance, and must have a beneficial effect upon the public mind. For, groundless as were the appre- . hensions raised about the ruinous effects of Free-trade, still many persons' would be found to distrust their own wiser judgment in a matter were their money was con cerned. Money is the easiest thing in the word to be frightened ; and for that reason the clatter of the Protectionists might have .been expected to do a great deal more mis chief than is actually the case. The busi ness of the Commission had previously been confined .to the sale of small lots, the result of which might leave considerable doubts as to the success of an attempt to deal with such a vast property as that of the Earl oJ Portarlington. On this occasion, however, the proceed...

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ODD FELLOW LODGES DECLARED ILLEGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

ODD FELLOW LODGES DECLAKJBD ILLEGAL. On the 14th instant, Mr. R. J. Kindersley, Chancellor of the County Palatine of Durham, delivered judgment in the case of ' Brown and, others v. Shaw and others,' which was heard in. the Chancery Court, Dui'ham, on the 14th instant and 23rd of October last. The bill was filed by George Brown and seven other persons, on behalf of themselves and all other members of a certain association ealled ' The Rose of Durham Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manches- ' ter Unity,' except the defendants, against -George Shaw and six other persons. The first five plain tiffs are describrd in the bill as members and tive ot the trustees of the Association, and the last three as simply members. It appears that the de fendants are also members of the Association ; that some years ago the defendants, Shaw, 'Stafford, Dodd, Wood, and Bateson, were appointed trustees 'in the place and stead of Stafford and Bateson. The object of the bill is to recover f...

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

A U B T it I A . Vienna. — The Archbishop of Vienna has- just addressed to the faithful of his diocese a Pastoral Letter, the object of which is to moderate the anxiety caused by the imperial decrees respecting tut affairs of the Church. The Archbishop endeavours to prove that the rumour, according to which the sup-, pression of the jalacetum regivm would an nounce a return to the middle ages, super stition, and despotism, is entirely void of foundation. Neither the Government nor the bislfops could entertain so ridiculous art idea. The American Press on the. Exhi bition of 1851.— The Boston Atlas, of the 29th April, says of the exhibition— -'The conditions are worthy of the stately pride, of . Great Britain. The Earl of Carlisle, the' first speaker of the meeting referred to, said that Great Britain 'invites all the nations of the earth to the competition ; but, thotfgh she invites them and their representatives to compete, she does not ask them to contri bute to the preliminaries....

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ANGLICANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

ANGLICANISM. From the Rambler of May, we give the following extract : ? ' But, even supposing it were lawful to utter falsehoods for several months or years, in the ex pectation of being permitted to speak the truth, at the expiration of a certain period, does any one really believe that the Queen will yield up her royal supremacy, or that any new court of appeal will be established, which will guide its decisions by the doctrines of the ancient Church ? Has Queen Victoria shown any signs of a wish to re nounce her papal pretensions ? Will the present or any future House of Commons permit the Es tablished clergy to legislate for themselves, or even to administer the ecclesiastical law independent of ? the Royal and Parliamentary will, so long as they retain the Revenues of the Establishment ? Is the prospect such as to justify a ma*n in risking his eternal safety upon its fulfilment' ? Is not the bare idea of such a result beyond the limits of things to be gravely anticipated ? Is a...

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Foreign Summary. PIEDMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

j^omgn dummar]), - ? V PIED,MONf. ' '. ARREST OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF' Tt)R[Ntf — In our second edition of last week we in formed our readers that Mgr. Fraiisoni, the - Archbishop of Turin,, was arrested and put in prison- on Saturday, May 4th, by order of the Piedmontes Minister, in flagrant viola tion of the rights of the Church. We have since received further particulars. As a proof of the deep love with which the arclw bishop is regarded, we may mention that when departing from hia palace on his way to the citadel, all the ecclesiastics threw tnemseives on ineir Knees uciure mm, and,; with tears in their eyes, implored his bene diction. The same feeling inspired the guards who accompanied him to his prison, aa they evidenced by requesting to be per-^ mitted to kiss his hand.. The wife of the gaoler cast herself at the feet of the noble prisoner, and addressed him with deep emo- . . don, ' Ah ! my lord,. 1 should never have expected so great an hopour.' After re maining several hour...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

ENGLISH NEWS. It appears that the Australian Colonies Bill was as warmly contested in the House of Lords as it was in the House of Commons. I ord Montague advocated the necessity of a double representation, and moved the following amendment : — ' That there shall be wtthin each of the said colonies of New South Wales and Vic toria a Degislative Council and a Representative Assembly.' Earl Grey replied, that a double representation was suitable to England, but not for the colonies. He hoped, therefore, that their Lordships would support the Government in carrying out a plain and simple principle, and would not disturb exist ing institutions. After some observations from Lords Abinger, Lyttleton, and Woodhouse in favour of the amend ment, and from the Earl of St. (Germans in its favour, their Lordships divided, when the num bers were — For the amendment ----- 20 Against it r- - - - , ., _ _ 22 Majority ----__-_ 2 The several clauses of the bill were then agreed to as far as clause 25,...

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MESMERISM—ANOTHER CASE. (To the Editor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

MESMtiiiISM— ANOTHER CASE. (To the Editor of tht Arqus.) Sir,— rSubjoined is a certificate from a Mr3. Kelly, which speaks for itself. The merits of the gase are simply these. Having been called upon by the above-named person (by Dr. Motherwell's request) to Mesmerise her, for the purpose of ascer taining if I could be of any avail in removing the agonies of Neuralgic pains in her head. I cheer fully complied, ' hoping all things,' I proceeded, without a minutes delay to subject her to the usual mesmeric operations, and in twenty minutes had the gratification of producing the Coma. Having continued the passes, for a period of ten minutes more over the head, and down the chest, I ventured to ask her if she slept well, she replied, yes— very comfortably. I asked her what was the appearance to her of the afflicted parts ? when she answered, ' Yes I see it all — black — red — black — where the pain is.' I now laid my hands upon the parts in dicated and drew them down, along the sides of...

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