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THE GORHAM CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

THE GORHAM CASE. (From (he Illustrated London News, of June.) Arrangements have been made for hold* ing a great public meeting of the clergy and laity of the Church of England on the 27th instant, for. the adoption of certain resolu tions with reference to the late decision of the Judicial Cotnmitteein the case of ' Goiv ham v. the Bishop of Exeter, and the con sequences arising therelro n. The principal men connected with the High Church party will be present, and take part in the proceed ings. The promoters are anxious to secure the countenance and supoort of all who feel that a tacit acquiescence by the £!hurch of England in the recent decision of the Privy Council would be an ' unspeakable' misery. An address to the Throne will be submitted to the meeting, setting forth the Church's riahta na tn snirittml frp.ednm. rominrlinor hut* Majesty of the declaration prefixed to the articles of religion, and praying therefore the Royal license that convocation may be summoned for the exp...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. ' 10 Th S.. Francis Borgia, sd. 1.1 F Feria, O. S. B., S. Paulinus, d. 12 Sat Of the B. V. M., O. S. 13., S. Wilfrid, d. 13 S XVI. after Pent., 2nd Oct.. sd.,0 S. B., Feast of Maternity of B. V. M. , d. rnaj. 14 M S. Callistug.p. and m. d. 15 , Tu S. Theresa, v. d. 16 W S. Edward, con/, from l3th,jd.,O.S. B, : S. tiallus, a. £.. 17 Th S. Hedwldge. w. sd. . 18 F S. Luke, evan. d., 2nd class. 19 Sat S Peier of Alcantara, conf. d. 20 ,S XXi I, after Pent., 4fch Oct., S; John, Can tiua, conf. d., O; S. B1., Feast of I Purity of B. Y. M., d. maj. 21 M S.. Hilarion, jjab. simp., O. S. B., S. nn Ursula and Cpinps., mm. d. 22 Tu Fena, O. S. B.S.John Cant'ms.d. o i In, n ' 0- Si B-' ris- mi- red*rnp., d m. &* Ik Uena or Blessed Sdcrnment,- O. ? S. B., S-. Raphael arch d. . maj. 2a F S. Chrysanthas and Dariae, mm. sirnp., O. S. B., S. Edwa.d, sd. 26 Sat Vigil of SS. Simon and Jude. 27 S XXIU. after Pent., 5th Oct. sd..O S-R I , Patronage of B. V. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

, GREAT TljAILURE -*«♦! -t-i-r- .,?? ?????? of ? MESSRS. BERTRAM, CHALDECOT! AND CO., ?' ' ' ' JEWELLERS, 1 New fBond-street, London. QOLBt nOltlZONTAL WATCHES ? £5 8 SILVER HORIZONTAL WATCHES 3 2 GOLD PATENT LEVER WATCHES... 8 12 SILVER PATENT LEVER WATCHES 3 18 THE undersigned, having received, pt Summer, a large assortment of GOL] AND SILVER WATCHES, of the patent lev- and horizontal construction, purchased by his Lot don agent in the above estate at less than mam fad u ring cost, has determined, in order' to insure quick sale, and make room for the second portic ;now daily expected, to give the public the benei ' of the above advantageous purchase, consequent has considerably reduced the prices. Persons r- quiring a really good watch will save fully 50 p- cent, by purchasing from the stock now advertise) 1 be whole of the watches are of a very superi( finish. The usual warranty is given for two.yeai with each watch, on which they will receive ar attention required free of charge...

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Poet's Corner. A VOICE FROM THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

ipoirf* arotneiv A VOICE FROM THE WEST. . A. voice from the West calls us exiles ot Jinn, Alas 'tis true we're away from that shore, But I trust we will show by our free Irish bearing, We still love that land in our hearts' inmost cove. Let us prove how we value pure friendship's lov'd token, And the sympathy wafted across the blue sea, Thus, thus, shall the spell of oppression be broken A And Emerald shine in prosperity's ray. ? ? Even the bigot and hireling oppose us, : r ' And assail in their venom our language and creed, Erect may we stand, tor our pure faith discloses , To the lonely and pious a Heavenly meed; ^ In its pathos our language has gone o'er the earth, Our music' has caused even victors to weep., To a Moore and n Carolan our nation gave birth, Whose fame for a thousand years never shall sleep. Then, arouse, brother exiles, be up from your slumbers, Proclaim to Australia sobriety's law, And soon shall the long-suppressed joy-giving num bers, Be heard from each hill-to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

METROPOLITAN- AND .C.O.U^.'IIE PERMANENT INVESTMENT ANC BUILDING SOCIETY. HEAD .OFFICE, NO. 480, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. * OVER J. T. GROGOTT'S' MUSIC SALOON. TKUSH'ES .;-„. Messrs. David Jones Edward Hunt Ralph M. Robey. ? DIRECTORS: - : Messrs, David Jones, Chairman 1 ^ Edward Hunt, Deputy Chairman t Ralph M. Robey G. E. R. Lirigord | ' ' A.- Campbell Brown Ambrose Foss 'Rowand- Ronald John Rice Rundle George Chisholm. SOLICITORS: - Mtssrs. Young anil Bil.jyanh, -.-'??? STANDING COUNSEL -—. George Smyth, Esq., Ear.rister«atr,Law,?v ' SURVEYOR:^ Mr. John Bibb. ? , . ; ? . CONSULTING ACTUARY. . A^lr. Archibald Campbell, , r ? ' BANKERS :— ; , \ The Commercial Baiik. ?/ ' MANAGER:-,- -'v- Mr. Robert A. Fitzgerald. ..'''. THE GENERAL OBJECTS OF THIS SOCIETY ARE:— To raise a' fund by the monthly payments of the Shareholders which shall be available to each as may be required. 1st. For the purchase of their own business premises, or private dwellings, or other property, or the erection o...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—PARIS. SESSION OF MAY 23RD. M. DUPIN, PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY^-PARIS. SESSION OF MAYVsitb. ? ? : 'M. Duihn, President.* ' .M. Victor Hugo.— I claim to speak in a personal affair. ...i ?.???..;.??? -,..-? . ;-? ?,. .... '.,. .. The President.— The House isyours^ ; ;M. V. Hugo. — Gentlemen, the House will per ceive immediately ? ,, : ?*,... .... ...-.'. Voice.— Louder ! louder! . . .,..'.-. V :M. -V. , Hugo.— The House will perceive that I speak with the utmost difficulty. . (Laughter. ) - ,Voioi3. — :Ybushould,havelost your voice the other day. M. V. Hugo. — I have been attacked; I wish to defend myself. I ask from the majority only one favor, that of silence. -In our present serious position, personal matters only waste the time of the House. Three speakers have attacked me, I am going to answer- all The House will see that I speak with difficulty. (Laughter. ) I pass by violent attacks which make me: smile. (Hilarity.) The honorable General Cavaignac shewed his contempt yesterday for cer tain eulogiums ; *I wish to show m...

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THOUGHTS OF A STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

THOUGHTS OF A STRANGER.. Silent I wandered thoughtful and^alone. By yon proud harbor's noiseless winding shore, A cheerless stranger friendless- and unknown, Whose, brightest hopes were fled — whose heart ..,; ??'?'? was- sore: ? » ? 'Tvvas evening — and the sun's last richest gleam, Hung like a golden banner in the sky ; But ah ! delusive as a youthful dream 'Twas-furl'd soon by mystic hands on high ! Then o'er the earth night's darkest shadows fall And o'er my soul her sorrow's gloomier pall. But 'mid the horrors of that awful hour, The desolation I began to feel, The joyful Church-bells from a neighbouring tow'r Burst out in an entrancing glorious peal— -.. Ah ! what a welcome gush of sacred sounds To fall upon the friendless strangers ear — To break the spell of death — like silence round — To- vision up all that was ever dear ! Friends — Parents — Country — Home- — Religion — Truth, All that bless' d brightened and enchanted youth And echoed holy gladness thro' the skies ; Full...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

~-i)ijP2)iug Intelligence* ARRIVAL1*. October 4. — Princess ''Victoria, barque, 372 tons, Captain HowelL; from London, the 21st May. October 4. — Vixen, schooner, 126 tons, Captain Coffey, from Launceston, the 29th September. October 4.- — Poictiers, barque, 756 tons, Captain Beal, from Otago,', the. 21st September. .October 5. — Mary Adeline, American brig, 184 tons, Captain Pearson, from San Francisco the 28th July. October 5. — J. Merithew, American barque, 648 tons, Captain Abbott, from San Francisco the 10 th August. ' October 5. — Lanark, American barque, 295 tons, Captain Woodbury, from San Francisco the 28th July. October 6.— Cachalot, French ship, 438 tons, Captain Le Grand/ from San Francisco the 16th August. October 7. — Gripsy, 45 tons, Captain Addams, from Moreton Bay the 1st inst. DEPARTURES, October 5. — Cape Horn, barque, 173 tons,. Captain Saunders, for Melbourne. October 5. — Monarch, barque, 315 tons, Captain Small, for Auckland. October 5. — William Hill, brig, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

* Tradition says that Clanranald drove Iub- re fractory people to Church with an oaken stick, from which the bark was peeled by thrashing them, and to this day the Catholic M'Donalds call the Protes tant religion by way of ridicule, ' credibli a bhatta bhui,' i.e., the religion of the peeled or yellow stick

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A HIGHLAND ANECDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

A HIGHLAND- ANECDOTE. (communicated to the 'freeman's journal.') The western portion of the Highlands of Scotland, has ever been, in many respects, a most roiiuntic place ; and the Highlanders of the rough West are reputed for their generally correct oral accounts of past events. It is well known that there are few M' Donalds, who claim Clanronaid as their chief, but who are Roman Catholics ; but this is not owing to the constancy, nor to the liberality of their chief — who became himself one of the many who relin quished their religion, and hurted1 their consciences for the sake of retaining possession of titles and estates. It was that justly imprecated oath of alle giance that, if not wholly j at least m a great measure, induced them to embrace the new and stormy doctrine. It was through the neglecting of duly forwarding this oath of allegiance, in the reign of William III, that the atrocious massacre of Glen coe was perpetrated. The men of power that had adopted the new re ligio...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 3. — Beppo, 24, Dones, Elizabeth, , 36, Tyrrel, both for the Hunter ; Catherine, 1 6, Rowling, for the William River ; Sylph, 23, Lacey, for Bris bane Water. October 4. — Victory, 19, Fisher, for Brisbane Water ; Ruth, 12, Wells, for Pittwater ; Australia, 45, Williams, for Newcastle. October 5. — Echo, 22, Robinson, for Shoalhaven ; William ,.the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong. October 7. — Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, for the Hawkesbury ; Dove, 30, Hunter, for the Moruya ; Phantom, 23, Settree, Traveller,' 9, Edwards, Mary Ann, 16, Farrier, all for Brisbane Water ; Tra veller's Bride, 32, Lindquist, Active, 10, Melville, Currency Boy, 40, M'Neil, all for Newcastle. October 8. — Newport Packet, 10, Norman, Somer set, 9, Lowry, Rainbow, 19, Pennington, all for Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, SulHvan, for Wollongong ; Australia, 45, Williams, Emily, 30, Cureton, Coquette, 72, Johnson, Twin Sisters, 25, Bowyers, all for Newcastl...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

COASTERS INWARDS. October 3.— Sylph, 23, Lacey, from Brisbane Water ; Emily, 30, Cureton, Coquette, 72, Johnson, .both from Newcastle. - October 4.— Australia, 45, Williams, from New castle ; Victory, 19,,Fisher, from Brisbane Water. : October 5. — William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Ebenezer, ' 90, Free-i burn, from the Richmond ; Emu, 40, Williams, from the Bellinger. October 7. — Cricket Player, 12, Loutit, Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, Orcadian, 18,Laughton, all from the Hawkesbury ; Phantom, 23, Settree, Traveller, 9, Edwards, Mary Ann, 16, Farrier, all from Bris bane Water,; Active, 40, Melville, Peterson Packet, 41, Brown, Twin Sisters, 25, M'Connell, Currency 'Boy, 40, M'Neil, Young Queen, 14, Foot, Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindquist, all from Newcastle. ? . October 8. — Somerset, 9, Lowry, Rainbow, 19, Pennington, Newport Packet, 10, Norman, all from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, . Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Columbine, 67, Scott, Alba...

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Foreign Summary. EXPEDITION TO CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

'-d?Qvti§n Bntnnwvv* : EXPEDITION TO CUBA. (From the Illustrated London News, June 15.) In commenting last week upon the depar ture of tlje great piratical expedition to Cuba, we did not anticipate that we should this week have to record its utter, and almost ludicrous, failure. The ancient King of Prance, and his fifty thousand men, whose celeuraieci iuutuu up »wu uuwu uui uas hitherto been the aptest and most popular illustration of large promise and- small achievement, must yield the palm of ab surdity to Lopez and his blackguards. The 'great' General seems to have utterly failed in his anticipations of popular sympathy in Cuba ; and, as if he had had a misgiving from the first, took especial precautions for beating a safe retreat. He landed upon the island, took a small fort, killed two or three .-.-.an nr\t fricylifpnpfl ami disnniirncrp/i. anr\ finally turned tail and fled into the steam vessel which brought him, with all, or nearly all, his men behind him. The result is for t...

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GENERAL ANDRE SANTA CRUZ. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

GENERAL ANDRE S.\NTA- GBU2J. This valiant soldier has just arrived in this .q-uatter of the world as Minister Pleni potentiary from the Republic of Bolivia to the English Court. He -1ms before visited Europe in the character of exile'? but h'is misfortune is in a measure re pa 'red by the importance and dignity of his present posi tion. -. ? ?? ? / ?' '?? ????vj- ? '? General1 Andre Sa-iVta 'Cruz was born rn 1794, at La Pas,' thja1' capital of one of *ne provinces of Bolivia,- and is a direct de scendant,, through -hiS mother, from the Ineas of Peru. He began his military career im mediately upon quitting college, iri the Spanish Army, wherein he attained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. He Joined the liberating army in 1820, when Peru pro claimed her independence, and by his valour and tactics, largely contributed to maintain the. proclamation. In 1821, as a reward for his services, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel, and, in conjunction with General Sucre, assisted toraise the ...

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THE POPE'S ALLOCUTION. AT THE SECRET CONSISTORY OF MAY 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

THE POPE'S ALLOCUTION. 7 AT THE SECRET CONSISTORY OF MAY 20tH. Venerable Brethren, — We have had hitherto reason to admire the care of Divine Providence in defending the Catholic Church ; but in these latter days we have beheld, in a degree more than ever remark able, proof3 of that protection which the Almighty promised to His Church to the end of time. The world is aware of the lamentable occurrence which drove us in affliction into exile more than sixteen months ago, and all have been eye-witnesses to the ever-to-be-deplored and awful times when the Prince of Darkness was permitted to display his rage against the Church and against the Apostolic See, and was allowed to run riot in this city, the centre of Catholic truth, to the ineffable sorrow of ourselves and of all good men. But we are likewise aware how the God of justice and mere}', ' who striketh and healeth, giveth death and restoreth life, bringeth down to hell and bringeth back again,' hath consoled us by the ever presen...

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THE IRISHMAN'S CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

THE IRISHMAN'S CAPACITY. In a late number of the Edinburgh He view there is the following honourable tes timony to the Irishman's capacity for what ever circumstances he may be placed in. The testimony is the more valuable as it is not his own, but comes from a quarter which is placed above suspicion of partiality. The capacity of the Irishman to make a success ful emigrant has been by some denied. On this subject, however, the direct testimony which we possess is stronger than either theory or prejudice. We need only refer our readers to that so conclusively given, and with such remarkable unanimity, by witnesses from all our colonies, examined by the recent colonization committee, 'i he efficiency and success of the Irish emigrant in Canada is attested by Mr. Pembetton and Mr. Brydone ; in New Brunswick- by Mr. Perley ; in Nova Scotia by Mr. Uniacke; in the United States by Mr. Min turn ; in Australia and Van Diemen's Land by Colonel Mitchell, Colonel Mac arthur, Mr. Verner, Mr. C...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

IMPOUND INGS. V Qoeanbeyan.— -From the Estate of T. H. Mac quiod, Esq., for trespass, Sept. 27th, 1850 :— Iron grey horse, long tail, white face, near hind fetlock white, branded on neck off side like EE or EF ; bay colt, small star, black points, long tail, hollow back, branded near shoulder like H. By G. '? T. Palmer, Esq., for trespass, Sept, 30th :— Brown mare, black points, Jonff tail, branded near shoul der like JK conjoined. If the above described horses are not released, on or before tha 24th Oct., 1850, they will be sold to defray expenses. Wt. Daw son. 10s. 6d. Bathurst. — Qct 3rd, 1850 :— -Brown and white bullock, like CO off rump, aged ; red and white cow, illegible brand off rump, with a red female calf, no brand ; red and white cow, No. 2 near shoulder, S off shoulder, illegible brand off ribs ; red and white steer, if branded not visible, top off off ear, 2 years old ; blue and white steer, illegible brand off rump, place out off ear, 2 years old ; strawberry cow, lik...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

EPITOME OF NEWS — FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC, The appearance of the young flax^crops in Ire land is reported as yery satisfactory. They are, in most cases, looking remarkably well. Some sta.lks of flax have been exhibited, grown near Belfast, already 21 inches in length, and increasing at the rate of nearly two inches daily. The English Roman Catholic Peer, Lord YaujE, is at present on a visit to his extensive Irish estates in the Cqunty of Kilkenny ; and his tenants hail with great satisfaction- his Lordship's yisit, as he is known to be an excellent landlord Jto those on his English property. The English fishing-boats the Wonder and the H,unt, were seized and taken into Havre a few days ago by .the French Government cutter the Myrmi don, for fishing for oysters on the part of the coast prohibited to English fishermen. Dseadful Accident.-— A shocking accidenthap pened to Constable Terence Maguire, of the Single ton police. As far as we can learn, it appears that Maguire was at Ramsay's i...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

OBITU AftY. | We have this week to record the lamented! death of Mother Mary Scholastica Gregory J of the Holy Order of St. Benedict, sister ofl the Very Rev. the Vicar-Genera], which! occurred on Tuesday morning about as quarter to six o'clock, at the Benedictinej « .A.I T* . . ?? __ _ 1? il_ _ 'Ol As*nn/3 8 Uonvent or tne jrresentauon or iue xueaseu™ Virgin Mary, at Subiaco, near Parramatta.B This excellent Nun was born on the 30th of« July, 1817, and entered Holy Religion oni the 6th of November, 1842, at St. Mary's! Priory, Prineethorpe, neir L amington , War-H wickshire. After a protracted and psinfttlffl illness, endured with truly religious patienceH and resignation, she had the consolation ofg being assisted in her last happy momeatsffi by our revered Archbishop and her be-! 'loved and afflicted brother. Though for some! weeks previous she bad at intervals, on ac-H count of the severity of her sufferings and! her great bodily weakness, experienced de-H lirium, the few days i...

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THE ARTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 October 1850

THE MITIC EXPEDITION. At a dinner given to Sir John -Rdssy in; Ayr, on Tuesday last, oh the occasion df the; launch of the Felix, the schooner iiv which Sir John is to proceed in search of Sir John Franklin, Sir John Ko'ss made the following interesting statement relative to the uhtiei t'aking : — ' It is more than sixty years since I was a boy at schoal in this aneient burgh, and many may think that it was time I was re tiring from such a service;- but I am confi dent that a few words will convince you that 1 am not only fully justified, but impera tively called upon, to do all1 in my power to rescue the ijallarit Franklin, who, were. I in his. position,, and he in mine, would hot hesitate a moment in risking his life to save mine. .In Spring 1845, when I arrived from Stockholm, where 1 was Consul, I found my excellent friend Sir John Franklin, employed in fitting out his- expedition, and on being told that no one had volunteered to search for him, I promised that, if he was not he...

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