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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW JNSOLV5NTS. Tuesday.-In the estate of W. J. forris, seques. trated on the 16th ult., tile following achedule was produced, having being filed at.the first meeting on the 30th ult. s. Debts, 1871U 16s-^d. -Assets landed property;,3001; personal property, 10031; outstanding debts,`2971 18s. Balance deficiency, 2731 18s 9d. The following estates were sequestrated on Wed. nesday, viz. . Edward Kennedy, of the Wollombi, writing clerk;: Debts, 2901 as. Assets-landed property, 1201 ; personal property, 61 S outstanding debts, 11 9s. Balance deficiency, 1691 14s ld. Thomas Cowper, ol Bratdwood, settler : Debts, 26091. Assets-landed property, 201 ; personal property, 171. Balance deficiency, 26521; John Lyncb and Robert Hollindale, trading under the firm of Lynch and Co., formerly of Newtown, now of Kent and Oumberland.streets a Debts, 5401 3s 8d. Assets-outstanding debts, 621 lie Id. Balance deficiency, 4871 12s 7d. John Otton and Patrick Otton, of . Jervis Bay, set...

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TOLLS ANN FERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

TOLLS AND FERRIES At twelve o'clock on Wednesday, the 20th day of December neat, the Colo.lial Treasurer will put up toauction, at the Colonial Treasury, Bent.street, Sydney, the lease for one year, commencing the 1st day of January, 1844, of the tolls and dues authorised and imposed by the act of the Governor and Council, 4th William, IV., No. 16, arising and to be collected at the undermentioned toll gates and ferries, viz : AT THE TOLL GATE 1st-Near Annandale Bridge, on the road from Sydney to Parramatta. Upset price £1,500. 2nd-At Beckett's Bridge, on the road between Sydney and Parramatta, and also on the road between Psrramatta and Liverpool. Upset price £270. 3rd-At Lansdown Bridge, on the road between Sydney and Liverpool. Upset price £535. 4th-At the Broken Back Bridge, on the road be. tween Parramatta and Windsor. Upset price, £846. 5th-At Howe's Bridge, near Windsor. Upset price £220. 6th-Near Pitt Row, Parramatta, on the western road, to Emu Ferry. Upset price £435. ANn ...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

'THE, :WORNING CHRONICLE. .SATURDA'Y, DECEMBER 16, 1843. " Be just ad fear not: Let all the ends thou amn'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, cad truth's." Shakspeare. STATE OF THE COLONY. 'Ti?- Session of -the. Legislative Council c draws towards its end: its functions, for t good or for evil, will shortly cease; while ' "the distress of every man in the Colony i 'ceases niot but"seems every hour to grow a more severe and galling: there appears no ,terninus 'to .the .iista 'of ruin 'that over- 1 -spreads the Colony : no indications of land, or haven of refuge, 'to the storm-tossed mariners.; the officers in command of the t :vessel.of ,the state-the council, seem as it . were, stunned -astounded-moonstruck, .and allow the ship to drive on towards the t Srocks or quicksands, as the winds, or waves, r ,or currents, may impel her. Before the election of those gentlemen to a .the council, their talk was all wisdom- a their very shrugs, hints, shakings of the s head, had deep meaning-wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

ThLe Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on lWednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 301h. 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 number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to 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 till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters postpaid. i iiii ili i i post pa. . .. PUBLIC NOTICE. tVII LIAlY JONES, LMETTIER I1PRE3 ANiD C©PPER-PLATE týolBll lQT, &,., ae., COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, ;R.ESP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

TO LET, A HOUSE in Argyle-stroot, lately occupied by Mr. M. Gannon, containing .eight rooms, kitchen, and servants' room, a four stall stable, coach-house; and stores, &c. &c. ALSO, A House to let in George-street Nortb, contain ing nine rooms, and two kitchens, coach.house, and staole. ALSO, A House in Princes-street North, containing eleven rooms, kitchen, and servants' room, &kc. For further particulars apply at the ofHice of .,sr. AM. (ANION, Lower George.streot. December 15, 1843. 236 MILL TO BE LET. P? 0O BE LET, for three, five, or seven y.. years, a capital STEAM MILL, of three stories high, with a four-roomed Cottage, ;servants' house, and other buildings adjoining thereto, and six acres of land, including a part under water, satuate at Uollingwood, about a quarter of'i smile from the town of Liveepool. The Mill is capable of grinding 80, bushels of Wheat in 12 hours. 'iThe Tenant will be at liberty to cut wood for the use of himself and of the Steam...

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THE REPALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

THE REPALE. Toe above orthography give s thos souindwhich is now rousing with electric energy the Irlsh~ people to get brck. the ancient'"logitimate guardian of their rights-a Native P'~riImeeqt. We have been asked dozens of :ttma in Eng land= and'this ,Colony, " Will the Irish never be easy ? have they not got Emancipation? what is it they want? whatwill' be the good of Repeal to them?" ?80. To, 0atisfy those enquiries, and to show that P't q Ia ll eyepts, understands,. h;tq posiipan, we give a Scots man'syerslon .of. the .matter, from the Edin, burgh Courier of Jine 22, 1843 : THE UNION, DUT NOT WITH IRELAND." The great Chancellor'of"'Sweden sent his son on a tour, to see with.bow: little' wiidom the world was governed,, and tthe smell -Chancellor of Ireland has been for some time ?'lust'ating ithe 'irewdieid i.id the truth of Osestletteo's observation: !'While busy rooting out'one set of Justices of the Peaceby the dozen, because of their exercising' and ZaiEotiirgibg the subject...

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Original Poetry. "THERE IS AN HOUR." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

,rigittal n ogtrD. "THERE IS AN HOUR." ar o. P. PXcxm IMO. There is an hour, a witching hour, That olt comes o'er my spirits' dreams, As struggling sunbeams have the power, To brighten up the darkest streams.. As tenderrst buds that trembling cower SBefore the coming chill of night, Yet gratefiul hall morn's balmy hour, Smiling through tears of dewy light. It is an hour more welcome 'hr To me, than e'er the friendly ray Of evening's gentle beacon star That guides the seaman on his way. More welcome than the fleeting joys Whi chequer life's e'er vartying stage ; Mlore lasting than the hope which buoys Up youth, to undeceive in ape. It is an hour, so sweet and dear. So holy, free from aught on earth: AIethilnks ome "Spirlt" lingering near, Oonmmunes with one of mortal hlrtl. Some pure end gentle child of air, Who pitying leaves her native skies, On Love's bleat mission bent, to hear A balm for all his vot'ries' sighs. Asd oftmy fancy dares to yield A mortalrs loveliness and ?'ace, To ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843

DEPARTURES.   Dso. 9.-For Anckland, ll.M;lship N'orth Star' Sir Everard Home. , . 9.-For Hobalt Town, the brig Caroline, Lesslie, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Nelson, Mrs. Walker, Miss Nash, Mrs. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Lotter, Mr. and Mrs. Stapleton, lessars. Mattison, Cavell, Tyndle, and Cooolly. 9.-for Launceston, the brig IVillian, Usant, with sundries. 'assengers--Miss Moore, Messrs. Smith, Duncan, Walsh, Crummer, and Fortune. 10.--For Twofold Hay and Lannceston, the brig Skherge, Shqgl, with sundries. P'assengers--*Messrs., Cobb, Uarnelph, andQuino. 10.-- For Auckland the barque Bangalore,Nelson,   with part of original cargo. Passengers-Captain Fitzroy, Governor of New Zealand,; Lady, three children, and three servants; General O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. H. S. Chapman, Mr. R. C. Batslow, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. C. Harris, Mr. C. Hutton, Mr. J. Thompson, Mr. P. Turner. Mr. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Airth, Mr. G. Mann; steerage-Mr. and Mrs. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

AiGIrNTS FFC)I T(ILS'OYLtO:?LULL'M. Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Patterson,'Mr. J. O'Sullivan' Parraibatta,'Mr. Reynolds' Por:'Phillip, Mr J. Bullen Wollongong; Mr.' Edward Corrigoni Bathuirst, Mr. T: Jones ' Goulburz4'Mr. Hoary Thompson ` Hobart-Town, Mr. John Roga iokiazija, Mr. 1.' Poyntol n Maitland, Mr. Dco { Mud'gee,.Mr.,E.i ampson CGapbelizown, &a., Mr. Mllirter Windsor, Mr. JamiesCassidy . . Pearitlh, Mr. James M'Carzhyý . Jerry's P'lains, Mr. J.J. Harpur I' i Bungonla, Mr. Edward, 1ughes - Wollombi. Mir. Michaol'Byrne } 'Published. in £h. United Ksngdorn by1 Mr. Joneis, 3, 1'atorn'oter~rrowLoanon Mr. W. J. Batteraby,' 6 'Essexlbridigo, Parita omfotsrcltet, Dublin. Sy4mjvs £rr) IPnJ sad ·L' ahbi..ler* Dy I5 XO1At 13 lA ILCb ol' flridge-strret, at tin Chroulcle Ollio,, Iiridgeasrect.

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

HfIGH WVATElt I SYDI)EY COVE. TI118 DAY. -8 min. p. 8 morning . 32 min. p. 8 evening "rtini)InOW. ,d ni. s. A l mornng 1 iU min. p. O9 vening FRIL DAY. 29 min p. 0 morniing I 52 min. p. 0 evening Sun lirue this lt?ay n mnin. p. 4"; seLt A min. p. 7. New Moon,. 21st, 14 nain. past 3 ofternoon. 'IItl m - I

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

DBI AII'UUES. Dgc, 16.-Fur Tahiti, tila schooaer Sultana, Scutt, wilh sundrlie. Passangers-Mrsi. 'coUt, daughter, and servant, Airs. Dunn, Messrs. 13vans,. t3av1well, and Martin. 17.-Funr New Zealand, the French sloop of war !thin, Comlnodore 866ard.

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

ENGLISH NEWS. OuRuasual files of papers received by the Hamlet, gives us intelligence of the prorogation of Parlia. ment by her Majesty in person. The Queen's speech to the Lords was confined to a mere ex. pression of assent to the General Education and Scotch Church Bills. In her speech to the Com mons her Majesty expressed her firm determination to main'sin inviolate the Legislative Union with Ireland. On the 2nd September her Majesty Queen Vic. toria and suite, convoyed by four ships of the line, arrived at Treport on a visit to the King and Queen of the French, and immediately proceeded to their Majesties' Chateau (c'En, where the most brilliant festivities celebrated the auspicious visit. Espartero, the ex-Regent of Spain, had been re. ceived with the greatest distinction by ttue-Engliah government. Rebecca and her daughters are committing most extensive and alarming outrages in Wales; every effort to discover the ringleaders had proved futile. The reign of Temperance had comme...

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ST. MARY'S BELLS. [COMMUNICATED BY THE TREASURER.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

ST. MARY'S LaELLS. [COMIUIUNICTHIA T Y i' THA TIASUnRn.] The Tower for the reception of these splendid Bells has so far advanced with a great and satis. factory speed. In a few days the work will be in a sutlictently forward condition to receive the Bells. The state of the " Vower Fund" has not however kept pace with the progress of the work. The sum actually received to this date for that purpose is £199 10s. 9J. The value of materials and of woek performed is upwards of £260, so a debt of mose than £60 has been already incurred on the work now executed; and from £60 to £100 more, at the lowest calculation, will be required to finish the upper part of the Tower. From the general and lively interest manifested by the great body of our citizens in the case of tire St. Mary's Bells, we anticipate such an accession to the "'T'ower Fund" as will enable the contractors to complete the work within the specified time, and titus to enliven the good people of Sydney with the first ".Merry Pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

NOTICE. T HE Subscribers to this papnr are respectfully informed thnat thdi tol Aewin rules will be strictly adhered to. IN SYDNEY No New Subiscriber will be received without one quarter being paid in ad vance. IN TIlE COUNTRY No New Subscriber will be received without half a year being paid in ad vanoe. In all cases the Subscription will be Ten Shillings per quarter. No Advertisemenuts will be received from persons who are not subscribers, without payment in advance. " Chronicle" Office, )December 12.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

\VWEIC LY MEK1TU1OIu)LOG IOAL TAIILIE. VARIA1TIN IIt TIIR TII)RltIO ttKTItR, V° IM. I ?. I I. %I 'NL). I *WDnNRI~t)AY ....De. 13170 -72 70 S.E. Cloudy '1IIUOOIOAV...... 14 104 72 ;70 (N.E. Dittit 'tItInAY ............ 15 7077 71 N.E. Clear -S i'uitrAY .......... 72 70 70 S.E. Rainy "SnNn)AY ...........17 (1 (14 0U SE. Ditto DA D. . 1P 00 60( 00 N.E. IDitto TurouAY ............10 01 04 00 S.K. IIAIto monentnompraturo. 67°.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

TO CORIRtESP'ONDEINTS. ,aMenitor" it uuavoidably post)ponld till our next.

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PROGRESS OF REPEAL. GREAT DEMONSTRATION BY THE CONGREGATED TRADES AND CITIZENS OF DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

S PR"OGRESS OF REPEAL. ?HEEAT DEMONSTRATION?aY TITS CONGOlZGATED TRADES AND CITIZENS OF DUBLIN. [From the Weekly Free-man's Journal.1 The great demonstration in favour of the national i cause by the tradesmen and citizens of Dublin; was held on Monday on the Fair Green at Donnybrook, in pursuance of a requisition signed on behalf of 43 of the Dublin trades, convening a meeting to, petition parliament for the Repeal of the Legisla. tive Union betseeon Greoat Britain and Ireland. The result has, we are delighted to state, terminated most triumphantly, and must confer eternal honour on the trades of Dublin for their unexampled pa triotism and ardour in the cause of their country's regeneration. No exertion thlat they could possibly make,'in fact, remained untried in order to render the display worthy alike of the metropolis of Ire. land, of their own distinguished and well merited fame for love of fatherland, and of the glorious cause which the proceedings of the day were in tended to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

CULTURE OF THE VINE. T H S DAY is published, the fifth edition of J. S. KERCHT'S improved System for Cultivating the Vine in New South Wales, with illustrations that may be comprehended by the simplest mind; together with the method ormaking wine without a press, also of making railins, &a. &c.; with a monthly calenodar of work to be done in the vineyard. Price Five Shillings, at the Hlber elan Press, King,.street East; where also may be had, tihe Insolvent Act, Solvent Debtors' -Act, New Court of Requests Act, Baker's Sheet Almanac (with view of the City), and Pocket Diary and At manac for 1844. 245 INDEPENDENT o DElt OF. ODD FELLOWS. MANCUBSTER UNITY. rT HE Brethren of this Order are in - formed that TUEnDAY, the 26th December, 1043, having been appointed for celebratine the Second Anniversary of the LoYAL FovuTAIn oP RLruos Loaos, No. 3369 Sydney District,. a Pro cession will start from Host Tait's, Odd Fellows' Hall, Haymarket, and proceed to St. James' Church to...

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PROGRESS OF REPEAL. GREAT DEMONSTRATION BY THE CONGREGATED TRADES AND CITIZENS OF DUBLIN. (Continued from our fourth page.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

PROGfRESS OF REPEAL. -a GREAT DEBlONSTRAT1ON lY THE CONGREGATED TRADES AND CITIZENS OF DUBLIN. (Continued from our fourth page.) Mr. Henry Grattan, M.IP., came forward to speak to the resolution, and was received with loud cheers. He said-Mr. Chairman and gentlemen, I have been always attached to the trades of Ireland-I have been always attached to the tradesmen of the city of Dublin. I was born in that city. I have ever supported its tradesmen, and *I'nover was more anxious for their prosperity than at the present moment (cheers). If I am asked what brought me here to.day, 1 will certainly say, not agitation. Then what has brought me here 1 I came here to supFort my countrymen. Yes, gentlemen ; I have come here to support my countrymen: and allow me to tell you that the more immediate cause of my coming. here has been this:--the words of Sir James Graham and th?e acts of the House of Commons (cheese). I am, gentlemen, a memberof parliament out of parliament, because I can do no goo...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

IIE MORNING CHRONICLE. Wi'EDNE SDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1843. n Be Jst and rear not: tlot all the endsthol astm'st atbe thy conmtry's, ''hy God's, lud truth's.*" .hakspeare. THE TARIFE. Or the various articles of import under the new Tariff, we shall, for the present, only touch upon one, BREAD STUFF, as the most important of all. It would seem, from the tenor of Lord .Stanley's letter to His Excellency the Go tvernor, that not only our's, but all colonial legislatures are prohibited fromlaying on any 'higher discriminating duties upon imported articles, than such as are prescribed by the British J.arliament. lThere *is really something of such lu * dicrous -hauteur in some parts of his 'Lord .ship's conduct, that it is not easy to.speak of it, and preserve, at the same time, the respect due ito his high.name.and :exalted: dignity. He first gives the Colony a Representative Government and a deliberative Council, S.with. the .power of making laws-that is, :provided. they make-them accordin...

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