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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS., In order to secure a punctual delivery of the.paper to our City Subscribers Mr. P.\ Sneering has been appointed .Agent, as also to assist Mr. Derepas in soliciting and re ceiving subscriptions. . Such of our Subscribers as do not receive their paper in due time, will please to in form the Agent, at Mr. J. Moore's, the | Publisher's Office, George-street, either ver bally or by letter; we shall charge the runner with the expense, and see the- in e gtuSrfmay receive. the Mui Journal any time during the quarter. ? - ? - — ? '~ — ? THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1850. ' In Neeessariis Unitas, in Duhiis Liberias, in Omnibus Gharitas.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
METROPOLITAN AND COUNTIES? PERMANENT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. HEAD OFFICE, NO. 486, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. OVER J. T. GROCOTT'S »?USI-3 SALOON. TRUSTEES :W ' - . Messrs. David Jones Edward Hant Ralph M. Robey. DIRECTORS :- Messrs. Bavid Jones, Chairman Edward Hunt, Deputy Chairman Ralph M. Robey G. E, R. Lingard ( A. Campbell Brown Ambrose Foss Rowand Ronald John Rice Rundle iGeorge Clnsholm. SOLICITORS: Messrs. Young and Billyard. STANDING COUNSEL :-^ (George Smyth, Esq., Earrister-at-Law, * SURVEYOR:— Mr. John Bibb. CONSULTING ACTUARY. j Mr. Archibald Campbell. [ BANKERS:— The Commercial Bank. MANAGER:— 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 of buildings, or the purchase of land for buildings. 2nd. For the paying off any...
MESMERISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
MESMERISM. In our issue of last week but one, an account of one of the pretended wonders of Mesmerism found its way into our journal. We had no intention of giving additional currency to the marvels with which a Mr. Gilbert is regaling the imaginations of our Port Phillip friends, but as it has so happened, we arc not sorry to have the opportunity of saying a few words on this subject. Some of our readers who have passed many years in the country, and have been too closely occupied with the necessities and duties of life, to pay much attention to what has been going on in the world ot science and the world of quackery, will perhaps have scarcely any distinct notion of what is meant by Mesmerism. For their benefit we shall endeavour to state this in a few words. It will be seen that thousands of our good brethren of this very clear sighted nineteenth century, who have a most sen sitive fear of priestcraft, yield themselves with the most open-mouthed credulity to the wanton specula ti...
IRELAND AND THE CLERGY. 35, Eccles-street, Dublin, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
IRELAND AND TliE CLiiRGY. . (From the India Temperance Journal. ) 35,'Eccles-stre--t, Dublin, May 24. Tn every district efforts are being made to interest the ministers of religion in the tem perance movement. Many wonder and many are grieved at their present position. In America, they have nohly t.iken the lead in the pood work, but in Kn gland they slill in genera1, stand aloof, with some brilliant exceptions. To. win the reluctant and arouse the apathetic is likely to.be a branch of tee total labour for sorm* time to come, In this .duty, our friend James llaut'hton, li^q., o! Dub in, is rendering some service, as will be seen in die following aopeal :'-^- TO THE CLERGY ??OP IRELAND OF ALL GRADES AXD'OF ALL PERSUASIONS. I address you with sentiments o£ respect, but, without apology. I am induced to do so by a feel ing of duty, so that apology would be out of place. The importance of the subject on which I write, will be my best justification for the course I am about to pursue. Yo...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
co'a'sters outwards. October 11. — Mary Ann, 52, Brown, for Port Macquarie ; .Columbine, 67, Scott, for Newcastle ; Echo, 22, Robinson, for Shoalhaven ; Bard's Legacy, 22, Whitfield, for Wollongong. October' 15. — Anna Maria, 49, Capps, for the Richmond ; Traveller, 9, Edwards, Victory, 19, Fisher, both for Brisbane Water ; Pelican, 45, Motherstone, for the Richmond ; Elizabeth, 36, Tyrrell, for Newcastle. October 15.— Anna Maria, 49, Bonney, for New castle ;- Bride, 19, Bowdenj for the Hawkesbury ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Ebenezer, 90, Freeburn, for. the Richmond. ? ? -- -'?
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. 17 Th S. Hedwidge, w. sd, 18 F S. Luke, evan. d., 2nd class. 19 Sat' S Peter of Alcantara, conf. d. 20 S XXII. after Pent., 4th Oct., S. John, Cantius, conf. d., O. S. B., Feast of Purity of B. V. M., d- maj. j 21 M S. Hilarion, ab. simp., O. S. B., S. Ursula and Comps., mm. d. 22 Tu Feria, O. S. B ,S. John Cantius, d. 23 W Feria, O. S. B., Ss. mi. redemp., d m. 24 Th Feria or Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., S. Raphael arch d. maj, 25 F S. Chrysanthas and Darias, mm. simp., O.S. B.,S. Edward, sd. I 26 I Sat Vigil of SS. Simon and Jude. 27 S XXIII.after Pent., 5th Oct. sd., O.S.B., I Patronage of B. V. M. I 28 I AT S3 Simon and Jude, app. d;, 2nd class. 29 I Tu Feria, O. S. 15., Ven. Bede, d. 30 1 W I Feria. 1 3l 1 Th I Fast, Vigil of All Saints
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
COASTERS INWARDS. October lOS^Mermaid, 20, Campbell, front New ea'stle $EmmaJ~;25, M-Intyre,-'from the Manning liiver. ' ji1 ' -. .'? October 11. '^Elizabeth' Jane,' 43, Eaton, Ocean Queen, 40, M'Gee, both' from the Tweed ; Kose, steamer,' 172, Harding, from Morpeth. ? , October 12. — Hawkesbury Lass, 20, Woodbury,' Young- Billy, 18, 'Carbuss, Bride, 19, Bowdenj all from the Hawkesbury; Sylph, 23, Lucy, Mary Ann, 19, Farrier, Currency Lad, 2 l,i Spiers, 'all from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from AVollongong- ; William, 21^ Damon, . Chance, 38, House, Gleaner, 18, Woodford, allfrom Newcastle. , , , . ??'?'' , October 14.— Lapwing-, 20, Cresswell, from Shoal haven ; Webb, 24, Brown, from Kiama ; Victory, 19, Fisher, Traveller, 9, Edwards, both from Bris bane Water ; Emma, 22, ^Norton, Elizabeth, 36, Tyrrell, Caroline, 29,. Craigie, Prosperus, .15, Roberts, . Jane Williams, 33, Louther, Eagle, 26, Mitchell, Maria, 49, Bonney, all from Newcastle. October ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communiac tions should furnish the Editors wit.h their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
THE NEW SOUTH WALES ASSOCIATION , FOR PREVENTING THE REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. CHAIRMAN : Charles Cowper, Esq. ? Stan aging committee : ? William Bowman, M.L.C. N , George Bowman Robert Campbell . _ , John Campbell, J. P. . , ? Daniel Cooper, Jun., M.L.C., George Robert Hirst ' ..'(?. E.Holden Thomas Holt John Lamb, M.L.C. , Rev. John Dunmore Lang, M.L.C. George A. Lloyd The Venerable Archdeacon M'Encroe , Michael Medcalf 11. A. A. Morehead Thomas Sutcliffe Mort * James Norton George Oakes, M.L.C. Henry Parkes Won. R. Piddington n R. M, Robey Robert Scott Ross Thomas Ware Smart, J.P. Joseph Simmons, Sen. William Henry Suttor, M.L.C. George Thorne, J.P. Robert Tooth Elks Carpenter Weekes James Robert Wilshire, J.P, TREASURER : Robert Campbell, (Campbell's Wharf.) SECRETARY : Gilbert Wright, Offices of the Association, No. 93, King-street, Sydney. ^ OBJECTS OP THE ASSOCIATION. 1st. To prevent the revival of transportation to New ^ ( South Wales, and to co-operate with the colo nists ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
'IRISH EXILE AND FREEDOM'S ADVOCATE.' ^^H''! Undersigned begs to inform the' , friends: and supporters of this Journal, that he has appointed Mr. Richard Cleary, of 121, King-street East, agent, and hopes that 'the Trish- .men.of Sydney will give the paper the. same sup port under the fostering care of Mr. Cleary, that they have done while in his hands. N.B. — No verbal resignations will be attended to. , ;TH0MAS» HOPKINS, Circular Quay. i
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
UNITED STATES. We read in the Catholic Herald, (Phila delphia paper), that there is a very impor tant Puseyite movement going forward in North Carolina, under the auspices of Dr. Ives the Protestant Bishop of that State. Dr. Ives' proceedings have given the utmost dissatisfaction to many of the Ministers under his rule, and a paper-war is carried on with great vigour. That he goes a great deal further than the English Puseyites, will be apparent from the fact that a manual, used at an institution under his superin tendence, 'contained the 'Hail Mary,' as used by Catholics. It also contained the following prayer to the Guardian Angel : — * Oh ! blessed angel, to whose care I am committed by God's mercy, enlighten, de fend, and govern rae through all my life, and to the hour of my death;' and the fol lowing petition in behalf of the dead : ' Bless the dead in Christ, grant them remis sion of sins, and a peaceiul rest in Thee.' ' Dr. Ives, however, must be a strangely in consistent per...
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
SPAIN. Destruction of the Cathedral op Saragossa. — On Sunday the 7th or April, the cathedral of j Saragossa was struck by lightning, and took fire. H his accident hap pened at the moment when the procession of the Holy Sacrament was coming out of the church with the viaticum for the sick. The croud was great ; for the people thronged to see the procession, which was headed by a band of music, and a picket of grenadiers. Presently a thick cloud overcast the sky, and darkened the city like unto a sudden nightfall ; the heavy rain which fell ob'ged the procession to face about and take shelter in the church. No sooner had the priests and choristers effected this movement than a roll of thunder, which shook the ancient ca thedral to its foundation, was preceeded by a violent crack, as if the building had been rent. The tower had been struck by lightning. The son of the bell-toller escaped with a smart shock ; but his father was suffocated, and precipitated lifeless from the belfry to t...
A FIELD-DAY FOR CORK COLLEGE RESPECTABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
A FIELD-DAY FOR CORK COLLEG K RESPECTABILITY. (From the Tablet.) The Cork college gentry have just had a great banquet and a very appropriate demon stration. Everything was in character, and complete — the purpose, the guest, and tbe . proceedings. I he purpose was to proclaim a general rebellion against the authority of the Holy See. The guest was Sir Robert Kane, Fabricator-General to the English Government, in the educational department. The proceedings harmonised exactly with the purpose and with the guest. The matter in hand is a public entertain ment given to Sir Robert Kane, last Monday, ' in his official capacity as President of the Queen's College, Cork.' About 170 gentlemen sat down, under the presidence of the Mayor, to congratulate Sir Robert on the toughness of his conscience, his want of veracity, and contempt for the Holy See, and the whole affair passed off with the greatest eclat. One of the speakers was fVl r. Fagan, M.P. Mr. Fagan bas his sons edu cated in the Col...
STATE RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
STATE RELIGION. (From the Tablet.) The Gorham case has laiely had another discussion, and probably before long we shall hear of it again ; for .the ingenuities of lawyers have but one limit — the pecuniary resources of their clients. The last discussion was held in the Queen's Bench, and on the sur face a very profound shift had been discovered. But judges are impartial, and see both sides, while those who invoke their assistance see only one. The Anglican party discovered an ancient statute, and were disposed to be lieve that they could overturn the sentence of the Judicial Committee, and even the committee itself, so far as it concerned them selves. It was proposed to prove that the committee had no jurisdiction in the case, and consequently the sentence worth only the paper and the ink which had been con sumed in giving it a visible form. The judges of the Queen's Bench, however, di rected that ' the Upper House of Convoca tion' could not be revived in order to prop up a totterin...
LETTERS FROM BELGIUM. LETTER I. Belgium, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
LETTERS FROM BELGIUM. ( From jKe Catholic Weekly Instructor. ) ' LETTER I. Belgium, My dear. old Thomas, I hope you have received the messsges 1 have sent you by several friends, to whom 1 hfcve Written, for I wish you to know I have not forgotten you. I thank you very much for your proofs of attachment to me, and wish to reward it by showing that I remember you. I am sure it will gife you pleasure to have a letter from me, telling you something about Belgium and the people I am living amongst. Besides, I am afraid lest you be made unhappy by the strange things which have happened since I left home, as I ):ear a great many people are much frigh tened lest Eng'and should become Roman Catholic : and I wish toshowyouwhatRoman Catholics are, that you amy see there is no thing to be afraid ( f , should that take place. 1 am not going to write like a sermon is written, or a book of ' Essays,' though 1 know you used to love such dry books better than anything, and always begged to keep the...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
IMPOUND INGS. Queanbeyan.— -From the Estate of T. H. Mac quai-ie, Esr., for trespass, October 8, 1950 : — Ches- nut mare, hind fetlocks white, long switch.. tail, branded near shoulder D^y, like illegible brand under ; bay mare, black points, long tail, white face, near shoulder A under ^ ; chesnut filly, long tail, about three years old, off shoulder TZ. If the above are not released, on or before the 1st Nov.. thev will be sold to defray expenses. Wm. Dawson'. 10s. 9d. ArriN. — From land unoccupied, on the 4th of October, lo5U : JJarJc IJrown or mac* mare, oo on near shoulder, about six years old, about 15 hands high. The damage done to a growing crop very considerable. The mare is said to be the property of a person named Scott, late of Appin, residence residence not now known. If not released, to be ? sold on the 5th November next. Geokge Joll. 9s. 3d. Liverpool Road.— At the Settler's Hoine Pound, 5th day of October, 1850 : Six bullocks, IM on off rump and thigh ; red poley cow...
CAMPBELL TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
? , -'OAMPBELL TOWN. (From our Correspondent. ) Sunday, the 13th of October, 1850, was 'held by the Catholics of Appin. Campbell Town, C/imden, and the district for miles around, as a memorable -wp. Each place vied with the other to assemble the greatest number of its' inhabitants desirous of assist ing, in the beautiful little Church of Appin,atthe solemn Pontifical High Mass to be celebrated by the Right Rev. Dr. Tavis, who, regardless of personal fatigue, and desirous of aiding1 the zealous pastor, the Rev. W. H. Johnson, kindly came u-- from Sydney on the previous day, reposing on Saturday n'hrht at the small Priory House of Campbell Town. flis Lordship accompanied by some of the clergy/ proceeded in the morning- a distance of nine miles, and celebrated mass before a crowded con g relation, preaching an eloquent sermon, taking for his text the Epistle of the day. the 6th chapter of the Ephe smns.atul after expatiating on ' the taking of the shield of faith wherewith we may be en...
Foreign Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
? ? ? -?? AUSTRIA. I he Koiperor of Austria has lately sanc tioned the suppression of the placetumregium. n consequence of this suppression, the Ca -olic Clergy tnay henceforth enter into ''?ect relations with the Holy See, which ?as forbidden them since the time of Joseph »M who notwithstanding his liberal ten enc'es' or ratner in consequence of them, ?ought to subject the Catholic Clergy to the jupremaej of the State. Public opinion has «//,7,l divided on the subject of the P«-*U but the Ministers have thought that (he maintenance of that would be inconsis tent with the religious liberty inscribed sinee 1848 in the religious policy of Austria. — Ami.— [The extent to which the Austrian Government has hitherto tyrannised, or at tempted to tyrannise, over the CatholicGhurch in that country, will be apparent by the fol lowing extracts from tbe Count dal Pozzo's Catholicism in Austria, which is an abstract of the famous work of the Chancellor Rochberg's Euchiridim Juris Ecclesiastici A...
Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Befor W. H. KERE, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
39omr0tf; XiitrlUgri'ic?. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. . : ,- , THURSDAY. ' . . Before W. H. Emir, Esq.. Chief Commissioner of ' ; Insolvent, EsfmPB. In the estate of Edward Walton1, a certificate meeting was fixed to be held this day, but the in solvent not appearing to prosecute his application, it was not struck out. In the estate of John f-eorge Bradford, a single meeting was held, and the following claims were proved :— A.B. Spark, £23 17s. 3d. ; andH. Bate, £3 12s. The insolvent not being present, the meet ing was adjourned till the 17th instant. TUESDAY. IN RE ROBERT WILSON. On reeding the petition from Samuel Peek, of Sydney, grocer, praying that the estate of Robert Wilson, of Carcoar, storekeeper, should be placed under sequestration for the benefit of the creditors, His Honor Mr. Justice Therry granted a rule nisi, returnable on ^Vednesday, October 30. Mr. W. Perry, official assignee. MEIitlNGS OF CREDITORS. This Day. —John George Bradford, an adjourned single meeting...
THE METROPOLITAN CATHOLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 October 1850
THE METROPOLITAN CATHOLIC LIBRARY. (From the Tablet.) : We are delighted to see that at length an attempt is being' made in London to supply a want that has long been felt by ail edu cated Catholics, whether in town or country — we mean that of a good library,. 'which' would enable one to borrow as well as to consult books too expensive for private col lections, or such as are really furnished in the ordinary libraries to which the public have access. By Priests the need must be seriously felt In the controversy,, for in stance, that has now been going on for many years, how important it is to- them to have at hand works continually referred to by the Protestants, the stock whence all their ar- . guments are drawn — -Bull, Bramhally Tay lor, and the rest of them. A poor Priest cannot purchase these, or,, if he could, he might not be disposed to fill his shelves with those loads of leaden folios. And yet, without a command of them, he must often feel himself at a loss in conducting a...