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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

'The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, an Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Soulk l'Pales, Van Diemen'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 Decembe"; 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 discontinue or alter advertisements must bd sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new adverlisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.--All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. PUBLIC NOTICE. WVILLIAMI JONES, L TTIE PRESS~ RED C@PPER-PLATE PROisTERW , &o., &a, COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, R ESPECTFULLY takes leave to app...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

DEPARTURES. Duo. 2.-For Launceston, the brig Calypso, Harrold, with sundries. Passenger -Mr. R. Dawson. 2.-For the. South Sea Fishery, the American ship Tuscalooss, Taber, with whaling gear, &c. Passenger-Mr. Barnard. 2.-For Hongkong, the ship Lord Petre, Lukey, in ballast. Passengers-_Mr. and Mrs. White. 3.-For Hobart Town, the brig Amelia, .M' Don. gall, with sundries. Passengers-Mlessrs. Morrison, Priaulx, Edmonds, Cowell, Wilnot, Polack, Richards, Mrs. Renfree, Mrs. Turner and two children, Mr. and Mrs. lHayward, and child, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 3.-For London, the barque Reflector, Withy. combe, with colonial produce. Passengers--Messrs. hall, Tempost, Usborne, and Gaskell. 4.-For Auckland and the Bay of Islands, the brig Cityof Sydney, Munro, with sundries. Pas songers-Mr. and Mrs. Buckingham and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and three children, lir. and Mrs. Williams, .Mr. Salter, Mrs. Harold, Miss Paynton, Messrs. Turner, M'Cabe, Thompson, Salamons, Harold,...

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MR. LEVER'S "IRISH" NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843

MI. LREVRES "IRISUI" NOVELS. A most ilmpudent caricature of the Irish character having appeared in this colony in the shape of areprint of CIAlnzre s O'MALLa?r, we give the following critique of that piece of flippant coxcombry, from the " Nation," an able Dublin print: The time is long gone by when thie Quack and the Clown carried on a prosperous partnership in the sale of nostrums-the one collecting a crowd with his antics, and the other, by his indomitable effron tery, persuading them into the-purchase of the rubbish. In this enlightened and sceptical century we might be inclined to doubt that there ever existed a people who could lie cheated by such naked Charlatanism, if we had not their legitimate succes. sors in our own day, in the patrons of Mr. Lever, who has revived the boisterous merriment of the Clown in his style, and the intrepid ignorance of the Quack in his plots. We are a patient and long enduring people, we Irish ; and there is truth in the national imputation, tha...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

S Ltrgolatfb Q.Council, TUESDAn , DIuCni a 5, 1843. The ,S?,,xicra 'took t"?. ,chair,about, half-past three po'clock., ... L.w: . • POST. OFFICE.. Dr. Lifo' enquired of the Colonial Secretary, the groundsaa'? which the extra.psjiaient'to the'pro* prietors of the steamers, conveyinepthe imails between' Sydney and Port Phillip, had not.been made by the government. The COLDnS?UL SECRETARY said, that he must claim a privilege' to'which he uonsldered himself to bejus6tly entitled, in pleading his inability to reply to the question of the honorable member, not having received any'intimation that he should be required to answer an enquiry of this nature. Dr. LANo agreed to 'poapone his question until the following day, when he should again proposb it ,QUIT RENTS. Mr. FOSTER presented a petition from William' Bartley, settler,'of theWollombi t setting forth that, the pettioner, after having beeii for a long period in the service of the ~ountry, retired from the, army some yeara since,.and ....

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VESSELS LAID ON IN LONDON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

VESSELS LAID ON IN LONDON FOR SYDNEY. Aohilla, 350 tons, Veale, September 5 Aden, Waddell. 422 tons; August 22 Bureephalus, 557 tons; Small, August 2 Caledonia, 403 tons, Liddell, August 25 Cresona, 400 tons. Bully, August 30 General Heowl.t 950 tons. Hart, August 20 -' Ganges, 450 tons. Macdonald, Septembrr 5 Hamlet, barque, 349 Ions, Wilson, September 5 . Sultana, 374 tons, Lyell, September 2 Psnyard Park, 400, Weller. August 30 r {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

_ IS'I'"UF ADDITl'IONAL`.,UU8UH," I SCRIPf'iO;S foi the Ereciido of 8t b. Pairick'" ChurLh,?Sydney :-Sunday Eviining, 3rd; SDecemUer, 18,43.: ., .. s. . d. ' , His Grace the Archbishop. ......0.... I .0 Very htev. thl Vicar Gunuvil ..... 0 6 0 ,ir. Hughes .uh...... ' 3 0 .Edward M'Encroo ........ O 2 6 k Phillip Welch ...... 2 6 Patricu Cuff . 0 ..... O 2 6 John Harley ..... 2.,6 John M'Andrew . ...... 0 3 0 James iluran 0 1........ 0 John Coyle .,..... 0 .6 0 Mastler Co)l ........ 6 0, A Friend ........ 0 5 .0 Ditto 026.; .. O6 A Frenchman ....... . O?0 10 4' Mrs. Heath ......... 1. U. 'M as'er E. Sullivan'- weakly collectiouu. 0 2 6 Henry Curtis's ditto ......:. 0 '6 U George Curtis's ditto .........' 0: " 6 Peter Curtis's ditto ........,0 1 ,.3.., Win. Uirais's ditto ........ 0 2 7 Miss Catherine Hogan's ditto ..:..'.;; 0 1- b0 I.. A. . Ratlrty's ditto . 0...... O 11 5 Saiah Doualuson'a ditto ....... 0 2 8. Ann O'irien's ditio ......... 0 1 0 Ellun Coveo's ditto .. ....... 0 1 0 ...

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Sydney Markets. DECEMBER 2, 1813. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

gu, liFlllSll SttSaIs R I . ? • pV we ! J. 'V" t n DROE1MUER 2, i81. ,t. , FLOUR, WHERAT, &o. 8arker' AMill.:-- Van Diemen s'as. dlto, 4 1l'r.IFlour, 1i aUl.,.i1OOibs, ' Od to 4 li d-olIolf rale'1 ' sIash 10 " .. Mize Colonial, ls 3d to Is d Seoonds, l0, cash Os:, 1 'rerola; us .; .' Bread 3d to Od per lib 2loat ra d, to Is 4d per bush. Fine Biscuit, We0 per bwst. iBarley, I lid to is Old ditto Second ditto, nlo ditto ,. Barley, Cape, lq Od to UIs id iydiey C#onlpany'_ fllts. ditto . ?F1.-lour' la ' ' 100lbs, Oats,' I lid to . li'd, relall; 'ash 10s. Is Ol to tI id Seoonds,,0i, aulsh Os Hay,X2 10 to£l 0o per ton' latoon, £9, cash 18 Whesatstraw, l3d to s Oid per Valparaiso ditto £8 ouwt Colonial Whseat,s d to 4e Od Grass, wholesale, d tuild per 'per bushel . doz, bundles, retail, 8d FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, Od to s Oid per dos Silver leets, Od per le Loquats, Sdper quart Potatoes, now, V. D. L., 7s to GuavaI, - [ 8s per owt, or lid per lb Lisbon lemons,s lid to s d -.-...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

?IGH 'WATER'I. SYDNEY COVE. r42 min. p. 10 morning 8 6 min. p. 11 evening To0onILnow 30 ?mtn. p. 11 mornlng 62 min. p. II evening MOJDaW. ld min. p 12 morning I .80 mn. p. 12 evoning TU BUSDAY. .6 min.p.12 morning 6 rmin.p..l evening r*WHDNORAY. 100 min. p. I morning I 14 min. p.*l evening THUBOSDATY. 88 min. p. 1 morning I 2 min.,p. 2 evening lobDAY. :18 min2 p. 3 morning I 429 in. p. 3 evening "Sm .dw , tlis dav l2 min. p. 41 ; seta 9 min. p. 7. Full Moon, 7th, 8 mip. past 10 morning.

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

INSOLF'ENCY BUSINESS. -ý~ NEW IKSOLVENT5. The following schedules were, filed on Tuesday, via. -. J. J. Peacoak, of Sydney, merchant, on petition sand lidavit filed 2rd September, 1843; schedule sneezed to the record 5th December, 1843;. Debts, 18,9571 13 4d. 'Assets-landed property, 73471 14s 8d; personal property, 45821; outstanding debts, &e.. 69821 Ils 8d. Balance deficiency, 451 7s. George Prederick Isaac, of Pitt-street, Sydney, solicitoF, which estate was sequestered on the 25th slt. Debts, 17831 Ils 3d., Assets-personal property, 2971 ; outstanding debts, 11641 Is 6d. Balance deficiency, 3221 9s 10d. The following estates were sequestered on Tuesday viz. a John Luckings, of Parramatta-street, Sydney, market 'gardener a Debts, 1411 9s 6. Assets personal property, 81; outstanding debts (doubtful 101 10s), 71 151. Balance deficiency, 1251 14. 6d. Alexander Cooke, of Parramattas.atreet,surgeon : Debts, 611 Is 6d. Assets, 51. Balance deficieney, 561 1s 6d. ''he. following...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

'IfHE 'MORNING CHRONICLE. S.-ITURDAY, DRO?AIBER 9, 1843. " d ie just artdlar not: Iet all tho d e?thou alm'ot at be thy country'., S'rhy Ood's; aid truth'.." Shokapeare. tTHE LATE DR. BAINES. cOn Thursday last, a s6lemn dirge was ,-celebrated for the repose of the soul of the ,Right Rev.r Dr. Baines, Bishop of Liga, and Vicar Apostolic of the Western Dis trict of England. .The deceased Prelate possessed talentsof -the first order, the -loss of which will be' severely felt by the English Church: his' piety and anmiable :disposition .obtained for Shim auiiversal respect and: love. May he rest in peace ! His Lordship was the early' .and intimate friend of His Grace the Arch-' .bishop.

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

legis atlti etounctl. -o-' TuIIUDAYso 'DsLouasME 7.I The Swes?sa took the, chair shortly before four o'clock. WATER POLIOB. Mr. WiNTWOJrea:gave notice that on Friday he should propose certain clausse in amendment of the Water 'Police 'Act founded on the repoltepf the committee, and should miiove that the aims be printed, in order that :honorable members lietht be fully' prepared to go into the second reading of. the bill. The CoLonlAL SEcarTARY concurrid in the pro position made by the.honorable member. for Sydney, end moved that the house do go into committee on the Water Poliee Act Amendment Bill on Tuesday neat. ' The CoLoNIAL Tassauaaa seconded the motion,. which was carried. IJURIISDIOTION OF MAGISTRATES - The AroRNYr OGrneRAL gave notice that he should, on Friday, move for leave to bring I' a bill to regulate the jurisdiction of magistrates in the City of Sydney and the town of MelbJurne. CUSTOMSj LAWS. The Cos., scaarTanv stated that it had ,been his intention to move the sec...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

?DUplttplg nltslllgeltce. -0 ARtI1IVALS. DRo. 5.-From Port Macquarte, having left on Monday last, the steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, with sundries, Passengers - Messrs. Jobling, Solway, Mitchell, Wallace, Swift, and Aiton. 7.-From London, having left the Downs the 10th August, the barque Andromeda, 409 tons, Sutton, with a general cargo. Passengers-Messrs. Underwood, Martin, Titterton, Leigh, Brame, Mi. and Mrs. Benjamin, and Mr. and Mrs. Levy and ten children. 7.-From Norfolk Island, having left the 27th ultimo, the government brig Govrnor PhilIsp, Boyle, with stores, &o. Passengers-Mr. Purefoy, (Judge of the Commission), Mr. Fisher, (Crown Prosecutor), Mrs. Nailor, child, and servant, Lieutenant bloptgnmery, Ensign' Bythesea, and I-nsign Holditchb, of the 80th reglmnent, four steerage passengers, 11 rank and file of the 80th regimenl, and 71 prisoners of the crown.

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ENGLISH AND IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

ENGLISH AND iRISH NEWS. BY the Andromeda, which passed the Downs on the lOth of August, and arrived on Thurs day, we have files of English and Irish papers to the early part of August. The most important feature to this Colony, is, that contracts have been entered into, by the Commissioners of Emigration for the con reyance to'this Colony of 3,000 persons and upwards; one half of them to leave England during the present year, and the other half before June,, 844; price of conveyance,d'£1 per head. Considerable stir occurred in London on the announeement of the failure of the Bank of Australia. 'The-large steamer Columbian, belonging to the North American Steam Company, has been totally lost in the Bay of FPundy 'in. a fog; crew and passengers saved. ' Norfolk Island has been separated from Dr. Bronghton's diocese, and united to that of Van Diemen's Land. A steamer called the Pegasus, from Leith to Hull, has been run upon a well known rock, and upwards of 50 persons perished. In Irel...

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PROGRESS OF REPEAL. REPEAL OF THE UNION DINNER AT PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

S PROGRESS OF REPEAL. -0 [From the Weekly Yremi'a Journal, July 22.J IREPEAL OF THE UNION DINNER AT PARIS. On Friday last a, dinner'was given nominally to celebrate the anniversary of the taking of the Bas. tile, but, in reality, to empress sympathy in favor of the Irish movement, at Le Mhardsy'asReasarauot, in the rue Richelieu, it Pails. The dinner was attended, by about` 150 persons, composed of imembars of. the extreme gauche, editors of the: radical pretss and' depsle:jisfrom "the iwelev arrendliemente, haod comnlabdsr u? tea .natilignal guard.: te. Thechair- was taken by M. Arago, and among the principal persdeii present'were M. Ledru Rolio, M. Carnoe, M. Girnier Pages, Mi. Loegendre, . de Courtois, M. sMaras, hl. Veallard, . :. After the usual number of toasts were drunk, in conformity with th'e apparent object'of the meeting M. Ledru Rollin rose, and p.'oosedthe followinog oasts s-' To Ireland, the Oppreased. and to France, theEotmy of all Oppression.". bWhen the acclamatlon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

AGENTS POIF THE 'OHIO IOLE. Pattelson, lrr. J, O'Sullivaon SParraiatta,'M r. Reynolds Poit P?lilip, r. J. Bullen Wollongoog. Mr. Edrward Cqrrigon Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Goulborn Mtr. oHory Tbompso Hobart Town, Mr. 'John Itegan Hoklang, .Mr. T. Poynton Maitlandr+ir. Dee • ,, Mudges, Mr E. Sampson . ampplrtwn; & tMr. r t Peindsor Mr. Jameas Ca y J ery 'ia Plin, Mr. J. J. Hapur ?. Buogonp, Mr. Edward Hlughesa . ... , Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byrne. Published1,d the Unltted Kngom b ., , lW. J.. Battersby, ,, Easex-brl4ge, Iy.si ment).treet, Dublin. Spydnei'n °ri ted ahd Publl sha. oay'11?HI 'AtL IiD tY, it Bridge street, at the Chroulola?e Utll Brid.lt'rp.et.' "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

AGENTS. OU'UR respected friend Mr.; JAMSs M'ALISTER, having kindly under taken the Agency of the " Morning Chronicle" in the districts of Camphe I town, Appin, Cowpasture, Camden, Pin ton, lied Hank, sod the Oakes, our Subscriber are accordingly requested to pay iuntn iheir' respective accounts. tMr. J tuLt LEt having kindly on dertaken the . Agency.of the " lChro nicle' in the Port Phillip district, our Subscribers in that quarter, especially those in arrear, are.requested forthwith to settle their accounts with him. ** Chrotilale" Oiie0: No.v.:9.1843.' ' NOTICE 'TO AGEN'TS. r71HOS whose names appeared in 1 the imprint of the -late " Austral. asian Chronicl'e," as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and hereby authorisod, to collect all Accounts due, - in their respective districts, to "'The Morning Chroniclo;"l from the Ist of GJotober instant. SMa.l THOMAS HIoGGIs is authorised 4to olltet the acsountl for Sydney, and ,he 'will: give reeoipts, signed by' Mn. MICHAEL I-'AtcY, th...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

G-CATHa OLIC- DItECTOtRY, DECEMBER, 1848. O1.?8.' ,iod Sutday.of Advent.semidouble 11.-M4 S8. Damasus. pope confessor, aemidouble 12. T. )f the Octove, semidouble 15. W. S. Lucy, vidn, martyr, double, fLas day 14. 'h. Of the 'traveo. semidouhlo 1,. F. Octave day, double, tast day I4. S. S. Euseblus, bishop, martyr, somidoubl . 17, U. 3rd widaycyf Adventu sem.double 18. 51. Eper totios of B. V. Mary, greater double S0.5.W . Perin, Ember.day, faLday 1. Tb. S. S.Thomas, apostle, double,.second class,. cot of devotion S9 P. Ferla, Ember day, fast day 23. . Ferla, Ember ,ly fast de 2S.2.. 4th Standa of AJvent, Chrlstmuas ve,.vespers of the Nat?lty ' "?M. .I. Christmas Day, double,first class, with an octave, vespers comemoration of 8, Stephen i.t, T.. S. tephen, proto martyr, double, second clars, yes. S per f iatmas om. of S. Joh nnd the oetare .27. AW. ,8. Jobn,oapostle,.double, seoond elassi feast of de, evotlon R9. T. Holy Inilocents, double, second class, feast of de. vot'on a9. . S...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

-TO COUItERPONDENTS. We ear the verytbue, and very.corret letter oa t" A Lover of Literatuew, .doesMnot.apet the pubic taste just now.

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MR. LEVER'S "IRISH" NOVELS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

IUR. LEVER'S IRISH" NOVELS. t. ; (ConelUtd frin our ilast.) ' Elsewhere he will, find such pleasant parallels as this:-- . " Well, I thiDk,': said " A IC a crrItFi. the surgeon,..' A seIC CATE l" said I. in some OaRTIIrCATz WILL Do ; surprise. "The only but the diseaueV" "Con. thing for you," said Fitz. sumption,!'said Jack the gerald, taking a long Devil; " I had afourth pinch of snuff; "and I cousin that idied of it." grieve to say you have " It'won't do," said his a most villainous look of counsellor; 'a they will good health about you." exFect you to drink milk, "I must acknowledge I eat fish, and wear flan. never felt better." "So nel." " D-- fish and much the worse, so much fannel I" replied the in. the worse," said Fitz. valid ; 'a what do you gerald, despondingly think of blood to the "is there nofamily com. head 1" "Won't answer,". plaint,no respectable heir was the reply ; "they loom of infirmity,you can would put you on the lay claim to from your muzzle, interdict port, '...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

DEPARLTURES, Dae. 5.-For. Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, the schooner Edward. T'altan, with sundries. Passengers -thity-live immigrants. 6.-For Port Nicholson, the schooner Falcon, Finlay, with sundries. Passenger-Mr. Charles Chapman. 7.-For Launcestoo and Port Phillip, the steamer Shamroek,.Gilmore, with sundries. Passengers 'Messrs. Donaldson, Lellie, Rennie, Mann, Bonner, Macpherson, Imlay, Sealey, U. and F. Jaques, Leek, N. andJ. Thompson,Quso, Davis, and Uarney ; Miss Hunt. 7.-For Hobart Town, the brig Louisa, -Tucker, with sundries. Passengers-Mr.. R. Mather, Mr. and Mrs J. Mather, and child, Miss Ellwitt, Mrs. Jones and child, Mr. E. Hayward, Miss ''ruro, Mr. Grattuan, Mr. Good, Mr. and Mrs, Windhaugh, and iMr. and Mrs. Freemaan . - 7.-For Port Nicholson, the'schooner Wsanderer, Buros, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mr., CChapmanjand Mr. Holloway. 'The Amwell, hence 31st March, arrived- in' .Liverpool on the 22nd July.. 'The Ceclaia, frum"Lausneston, arrived' at Deal the 24th July...

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