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STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

ATA-TE OF THE COLONY. Any man who looks abroad, must be con vinced. that every quarter, every month, nay, every week,: things are getting worse. Men who even .one ,year ago believed.they .could weather the' tornado. 'have been en .gulphed in the Maelstrom of.insolveney:'and we fear it is not too much :to assert, that many men, who still think they can float, on, will ere many months elapse, be swallowed in :the same vortex-. :hyping.even.against hope,'they,patch, pld caulk, and fother, and splice, ,and i rig jury masts, and seek' every sort of expedient-to keep afloat,-when they :are. actuiiilly 'lakitg l eyond the. power oi pumps, and everyday, sinking deeper and. deeper. Now, what is the use of all this ldbour all this pumping-all this patching and .splicing.?" ,What does a prudent shipmaster do avhen -he finds his'vessel'not seaworthy ? Why he takes heriinto dock, he has a'survey' of her "iade, and if she cannot be repaired,. he breaks `her, up at- once, and out of.her materials,...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

AGRICULT?IRE. Faoas a considerable reading, sometravelling, and observation of men and of manners in the British ,Islands, and on.the .Continent of Europe, as well as from no little personal experience of our .own, we have arrived at a fixed conelusion, that no people can b-e truly rich, socially happy, nor .permanently pros perous, .unless the great political edifice be based upon Agriculture. It Is the primitLve occupation.of -man, as it is the most innocent, the most ,cheering, the most healthful ;.lt is a kind of creative.power, by which, in exchange for mere salut?ny and ,(when not .excessive) agreeable labor, a grateful earth pours intoa the lap of man every human blessing:; all things spring from the earth, as to the earth everything returns. We do not forget the inestimable value of manufactures, nor dispute the importance of its plastic power, in moulding and fashioning all sorts of .materiel to the use of man.; nor yet do we depreciate commerce, the .great social band whic...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1843

"The M.orning. Chronicle", is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively: circulated throughout New South Wales,' Van Diemen's Land, South 'Australia. Neu?Zealand; and India; and'in ýnglan'dl'Sctla6ad, and Ireland."-~ The Quarters end on the 31stL:dcl: i.30i June, 30tt September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving.it, after paying the amount due. -ddvertisers /should mark on each adveriisement the nuuber of insertions, required; o-therwise they are continued till counterma ded. . Oderi toa.T, .. discontinue or dlter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday,' and Saturday; but neiw'advertisements are received .till sixi olock onthe evening'before publicnation.-All instiucions must be given in writing, and alLletters postpaid. . : ;x . '· c l _ I - ?. . . . . ." . . . .. . . . '. .... . . . .] I `+ ' a = , . PUBLIC NOTICE'. ?: .,, w LLIA1 . 'N ES' LMTTER: PRlESS AliDr C@PEP...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. The SPEAKER took the chair about half-past three o'clock. INSOLVENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

frgielatic l D'ounctil. FRIDAr, DcIatrBEsn 8. The SPEAKEn took the chair about half-past three o'clock. INSOLVENT LAW. Dr. NIIIsosoLN brought up the report of the select committee, appointed to inquire into the operation of this law, with a view to its amendment. The report was ordered to be printed, and to be taken into consideration on Tuesday. POLICE SIAGISTRATES-COMPENSATION. Mr. TeRRnny, pursuant to notice, moved that an address be presented to His Excellency tile Governor, praying that ihe would place onnthe auxiliary esti. mates, a certain sum for compensation to those police magistrates, whose offices had been abolished by a vote of that council. lie had expected, and indeed hoped, that the Colonial Secretary, or some one of the honorable members who, if not the authors, were the supporters of the abolition of these ffices, would have brought forward such a motion; but this not having been done, he (Mr. Therry) felt it his duty to take such office upon ,himself. The gentleme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

AGaENTS FOR THUE OHRONLOLE, Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, RIr. Reynolds Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wolloogong, Mr. Edward Corrigon Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Goulburn, Mr. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan . Hokianga, Mr. T. Poyntou Maitland, M'r. Dee Mudgee, Mr. E, Sampson Camptejllown, &o., Mr. M'Alistet Wiqdsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penrlth Mr. James M"Carlhy Jerryrs Plains, Mlr. J.J. Harpur Bungonia, Mr. Edward Hughles Wollombl, Mr. Michaul Byrne SydnJs PUrinltelr and th'lbttia! nU tIIOIIAiL n'sIAtt?lof Ilridge street, n. the Chrolnlu e O11100, Ild Lge.stre.t.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

TO 8UUBSOtRIB nS. We have received from Port Phillip complaints of tVe frequent non.delivery of their pllers; and from Windtor another, that on Sunday, the 3rd instant, not one of Satl' day's date was sent This is intolerable. We trust the piier authorities wil pelrent its recorrence. We request of our SubsclDocrs, if the like occurs agate, to inform us inmediately--the papers are always duly sent. and in little for eachrl snail.

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

HIGH WAT'ER IN SYDNEY COVE. TFILS DAT. 00 min. p. morninlg 14 min. p. I evenin TOMonrow. 38 min. p. 1 morning 2 mii. p. 2 evening F1DA 4.mn.. 18 min. p. 3 morning I 42 min. p. 3 evenuing

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NEW ZEALAND.—POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

NEW ZEALAND.-POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. WE find, that by a Post Oflfce regu lation at New Zealand, all SYDNEY news papers are charged a postage of two-pence each, which raises the cost to the reader, nearly fifty per cent. Poor Governor HonsoN I He was our compatriot and cotemporary: his and our natal spots were but a few miles apart. We shall tread lightly on his ashes--de nmortuis nil nisi lonum. But such a source of revenue! We do 'hope and trust, however, from the en lightened understanding, and accomplished statesmanship of His Excellency Governor FITZROY, that he will immediately abolish such a tax upon knowledge : nor allow, under a Government, which wisely and properly expends large sums in promoting knowledge--(i. e. education) a counteracting power in promoting IONORANcE, in order to put a few pounds into the Colonial Ex clhequer. Such a tax is peculiarly grievous just now, when, from the pressure of the times, many in New Zealand cannot afford to pay for any other information...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER. &c [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

WEEKLY MKTEOI )LOGIOAL TAnBL?. VAItKATIUN OF TII TIIlItLIO.MKPI.. NO A1E . I P. I WN, II. W?iRlNR?nAY ....Deo. 6 70 7 82 O 60 S.W. Windy TIIURDAUY ......... 7 05 70 68 8.EK. Clear FRiTDAY ............ 8 70 171 70 N.E. Ditto StTRIAY.......... 9 71 , 72 t N.E. Ditto SuNA ............ 0 170 70108 N.E. Windy loNAA............ 11 71 80170 S.L. CIoudy T'o.sA ........... 12 75 1821 0 N.E. Ditto enan temperature. 73°0

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

£ Dtply tng ilntellIgeu ce. -a ARRIVALS. DeU. 1I.-From Hobart ''own, having left on the 4th instant, the barque Orator, 413 tons, Tayt, with surplus stores. Passengers-Dr. BLooth, 1.N., surgeon, Major and Mrs. Armey, and servant, Ensign Thompson, Ensign Qarcoo,.60 rank and fle of toe 50th regiment, 6 womqn, aid IQ children. 11.-From Auckland, having left on the 10th ultimo, the schooner Ariel, 147 tons, Tnomlon, with plank, whalebone, &c. Passeaners-Mr. anod Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Raleigh, Mr. Coates, Mr. Gill, Mr. Ftunllson, Mr. Nesbitt, Mr. J. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Hay, Mr. Archibald, Mr. O. Burnes, Mr. Douglas, and Mr. Auteles,

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

TO CO1IRRERPONDENTS. "Pro Bono Publiuo" shall bo insorted as soon as space cat be found. '"Q. up Stairs" we believe to be quite corrcot, but the mpullleation now of his letter would help to defeat at favorite object of ours, the extension of that most valuable class, workhil farmers, the owners of their own ground. 'Ihe pouth the wrlter aims at we shall not lose sight of.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

NOTICE. HE Subscribers to this paper are respectfully informed that the fol lowing rules will be strictly adhered to. IN SYDNEY No Now Subscriber will be received without one quarter being paid in ad. vance. IN TIIE COUNTRY No New Subscriber will be received without half a year being paid in ad vance. In all cases the Subscription will be Ten Shillings per quarter. No Advertisements will be received from persons who are not subscribers, without payment in advance. " Chronicle" Office, Deceniber 12. TO OUR AGENI'S. T HE Agents to the " Chroniclo" are requested to furnish statements of Accounts from their respective dis tricts, in order that the Proprietors of the late '" Australasian Chronicleo" may take prompt measures for the recovery of their debts. " Chronicle" Office, Dec. 12. NOTICE TO AGRNTS AND PARTIES MAKING RR MITTANCBS. TN order to avoid the expense of post age, anl spare time in letter writing. we- intend to adopt a plan oextensively followed by " Brother Jonathan," for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

L LIST OF ADDITIONAL SUl L SCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 10th December, 1843. £ a. d. Very Rev. F. Murphy ...... 0 5 0 Rev. John M'Encroe ....... 0 2 6 A Friend ;....... 0 5 0 Ditto per Secretary 0 2 6 Ditto ........ 0 2. 6 Ditto ........ 0 2 6 Mr. Baron . ........ 0 2 6 James Moran ........ O0 2 0 James Mara ......... 0 1 0 William M'Adam ........ 0 3 0 John Carney, Phillipst, ......... 0 2 6 Master James Covle ........ 0 2 6 Clement Gold ........ 0 1 6 Henry Ourtis's weekly collection 0 2 1 Wm. Curtis's ditto ....... 0 7 Peter Curtis's ditto ....**....0 1 0 George Curtis's ditto ........: 0 0 Edward Rafferty ........ O 0 .31 Miss Baron ......... O0 2 6 Elizabeth Gold ........ 0 2 6 M. A. Rafferty's weekly collection 0 1 91 Ellen Conway's ditto ........0 1 0 Ann O'Brien's ditto ......... 0 1 0 Mary Sheehan's ditto .. ..... 2 3 Sundry small sums collected In the room 0 6 6 Total subscriptions this evening .... £2 19 3t Amount of cash r...

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GREAT REPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN WEXFORD. PUBLIC MEETING TO PETITION FOR REPEAL, AND BANQUET TO THE LIBERATOR IN ENNISCORTHY. Enniscorthy, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

GREAT REPEAL DEMIONSTRATION IN WEXFORD. o0 (From the Weekty Freeman's Journal, July 22.J w PUBLIC MEETING TO PETITION FOR REPEAL, AND BANQUET TO THE LIBERATOR IN ENNIS. COITLY, n YsnoaM OU OWN REn'OTERlTS.] Enniscorthy, Thursday Night. al The demonstration that took place in this town , to day, for the purpose of advancing theo great d national question which now agitates the land, and a commands the anxious attention of every true friend of liberty in Europe and America, may be classed b amongst the mightiest displays of popular feeling n that htave occurred within the few last eventful months. The sentiments that pervaded the congre-. i gated thousands were as warm and enthusiastic as eve, animated Irish hearts, and while the people tl exhTtited determination and firmness, those noble qualities were unalloyed by the slightest taint of insubordination or intemperance. No violent burst of passion-no unconstitutional expression marred d the effect of their solemn declaration to labou...

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PUSEYISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

PUSEYISM. TIim Puseyite question does not, strictly speaking, come within our province to dis cuss. We war not with any sect-with any man : we owe good will-good feeling -good offices to all. Every man's reli gious belief is a part (and the dearest) part of his property: and that which the GREAT MASTER OF TIIE UNIVERSE gives, we shall not invade-freedom of choice in religion. With reluctance therefore we feel obliged to remark upon an article in last Saturday's Heraldheaded the "OXFORD HERESY." It is true, the article in question is a quotation from the Ipswich Express; we are aware that the lHerald has a right to use it, or quote it, as public property; but we put it to the candor of our respectable cotempo rary, whether he could not have" selected articles on that controversy, capable of in structing his readers, besides one containing most offensive language against Catholics and exhibiting as new arguments, assertions hackneyed and thread-bare--weary, stale, and unprofitable-an ...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

MORNING CHRONICLE. a WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1843. " Be julst and fear not: Let all the ends thou alm'st at be thy country's, a Thy God's, and truth's." Shakspcare. - appears we are going to have a fresh im to portation of 4,000 or 5,000 immigrants, n who are to embark before June 1844. y We only hope that the Government, in d thus conveying from their native land and . friends, so many persons, will provide, that d on their arrival, employment may be found d for them at reasonable wages.; for we con d tend that it is unjust, ungenerous, and un worthy of a government calling itself paternal, (which every government ought e to be,) 'to cast men and their wives, and es t peciallyunprotected females, loose in a place a like Sydney, to find employment how, and when, and where they can, as heretofore. We would respectfully suggest to His Excellency the Governor, to have en quiries immediately made, through a public notice, to the settlers, stockowners, and others, of the numbers and desc...

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GREAT REPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN WEXFORD. (Continued from our fourth page.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

OREAT IREPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN WBXFORD. -0 (Contluoed from our fourth pago.) The Liberator came forward to address the meet ing, and was received with the most unbounded enthusiasm. He said, I have seen many and many multitudinous assemblages-I have witnessed many magnificent congregations of human beings. It has been my forture to behold assemblages of large masses of my countrymen. I have especially recently beheld noble demonstrations of public sen timent, but I never saw so noble an assemblage as the present (cheers). Yes, it exceeds in magnitude any assembly that I have ever witnessed before, and if I judge rightly of you, I think you are equal in tone and temper, in spirit and determination, with any other meeting that ever assembled under the canopy of heaven (cheers). It is right you should understand the presens position of Irish affairs-the nature of our prospects, and I willadd the cer tainty of our success (cheers). Our enemies have exhausted all their threats--they have...

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SCARCITY OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

SCARCITY OF MONEY. IN our last, seeing the honorable Legisla lative Council at fault, and no Government plan proposed to rescue those Colonists who remain solvent, from Maelstrom, we ven tured to say to the people, that the word is now " To your tents, 0 Israel." To our selves alone, we must look for relief; we approach rapidly the dreadful gulph ; we are advancing with hasty strides towards a state of harter. There is no exchange of property; land will not sell, nor houses, nor cattle, nor sheep; nor wool at more than half its value : what is to come next? who is to act? who to save the Colony? There is no money almost in circulation no discounts except among bank favorites: the banks have money enough, but they take good care of it-it is not for us. What do some of the banks care what we suffer ? what do a set of English clerks care about the Colony? Are we to wait till they con descend to open their coffers, and when they do, to be deluged again with their rags, and maddened to s...

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Original Correspondence. To the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

QDrtaI tal 4"tare otlýcr1t1??I r. To the Right IVorshipJud the Mayor of Sydney. San-I beg leave to bring under your worship's notice the present state and prospects af the colony. Witli this intent it will be necessary to bring under review, a brief sketch of the state of colonial affairs upon the 1st of August last, when the first representatives of the colony were about to meet for the dispatch of business. The first session, was opened by the Governor, with a speech on the usual topics, recommending .economy, and drawing attention to the monetary .affairs of the colony; shortly after which, notices of motion on the existing embarrassments, and other subjects, excited lively hopes that measures of public utility would emanate from this assembly. But, alas I bow miserably have we been disap pointed ! Instead of adopting some statesmanlike measures to relieve the colony, four precious months have been frittered away, in cavilling about the reductions of the colonial establishments, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1843

"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South 'ales, Van Diemnen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 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 numffer of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till bounlernanded. discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received tilt six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Alt instructions must be given in writing, and all letters postpaid. PUBLIC NOTICE. WILLIAlM JONES, LETTER PR1E8 ANsD @PPER-PLATE PRliiSTEIR, &eo., o., COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, R ESPECTFULLY takes leave to 4 apprise Iis Friends and former P...

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