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ST. MARY'S SEMINARY, SYDNEY. UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PATRONAGR AND INSPECTION OF HIS GRACE THE MOST REV. ARCHBISHOP POLDING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

ST. MARY'S SEMINARY, SYDNEY. UNDRR TIIR IMMEDIATE PIATONAOB AND INrSPCTION 01 MIS OGrACE TUE MOST Ra0. ARCHIISaIOP POLDINO. The Examination of the Students of the above institution took place on the the 20th and 21st inst., before the Most Rev. Dr. Polding, the Very Rev. Dr. Murphy, V. G., the Rev. Mr. Bourgeois, pre. sident, the Rev. Messrs. tM'Encroe, Trippe,- and MIGeonis, the Rev. Mr. Hallinan, and Mr. Clarke, masters, and a numerous assembly of the friends and relatives of the pupils* The examination of the classes in the various branches of a Classical and Commercial Ednucation, evidenced the marked progress of. all the students without exception in the developement of those intellectual and highly moal .qu?lities which have bee so successfully inculcatedand foslered under the careful and indefatigable superintendence of their instructors. Previous to the distribution of the prizes to the successful candidates, Hlis Grace rose and addressed the students. observing that the res...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

Rcgi0slatibe QTOticlII. FnrnAY, DacEMn,, 15, 1843. The SPEARER took the chair at half past three o'clock. Dr. LANG gave notice, that on Wednesday be' should move that the following resolutions be adopted by the Council: " That the right assumed by her Majesty's Go vernment under the Act of Parliament, 5th and 6th Victoria, chapter 76., to nominate one-third of the members of this house is, in the opinion of this council, contrary to the Bill of Rights, and to the fundamental principles of the British constitution, subversive of the privileges of the free inhabitants of this colony, unjustifiable on any principle either of expediency or of necessity, and irreconcileable with the establishment of a system of government professedly based on the recognition of popular rights in this territory." " That as it is a fundamental principle of the British constitution, that ' Taxes are a voluptary gift and grant of the Commons,' or representatives of the people, ' alone,' it is not competent e...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1843. "Bf just and fear not: Let all the ends thou am'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." .,hak?peare. THE TARIFF. WELL-much about as we expected was the debate in committee on Tuesday last, on the import duty on wheat and flour yet.: we cannot say, altogether as we ex pected, for we really did imagine (although we foresaw the result) that to save ap pearances at least-for dccney's sake, the honorable Council would have made speeches-would have paraded some sym .pathy for the cultivator-some appearauce of regard for that most valuable and deeply suffering class of men, the agricul tural farmers. - There was a good deal of talk about spirit duties, and distillation, and smug gling, and a new scale was struck of half the old duties on imported spirits, and upon Colonial, 4s. Gd. per gallon. Tie Spirit Trade, or Spirit Duties, we do not profess fully to understand-we leave it to those who found a nation's prosperity upon Rumn-w...

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ORANGEMEN TURNED REPEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

ORANGEMEN TURNED REPEALERS. SCARot LY any fact puts in a ntureostriking point of view, the faculty of that wonder working man, O'CoNNrBL, to stamp with the impress of his own, the minds of other metn, subduing all their prejudices and prescon. ceived opinions, by the wizard power of his tongue, than the following, which no doubt must be genuine, as it is taken from the most strenuous olgan of Orangeisma, the Derry Standard : RPBsAL,-STEWARTdTOWN OiANaoGMN. t -One of the most remarkable signs of the times is the appearance of the following document, read at the Corn-Exchange, at one of the usual weekly meetings of the Repeal club - 10 DANIEL O'CONN5LL, 380., M.P. "Sir-With sentiments of profound respect, and feelings of the utmost sincerity, we approach you as the high-minded Liberator of our common country, uninfluenced by that baneful and destructive secta. riau spirit which has hitherto pervaded so many of the deluded Protestants of Ulster. Too long have we been a divided people-t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

We were present at the examination of Mr. .Muurrey's school in Suasex-street, on Thursday last, and confess we were much pleased; and as the progress of education is an object always dear to us, we were delighted with tile proficiency which the boys displayed. The following was the order of the classes:-Arithmetical tables, mental alith. metic, English grammar, including syntax and parsing; geography, Enghsh history, geometry, menauratian, navigation, including piano and ob. lique sailing. All the classes passed through their work so well as .to reflect credit on the teacher and themselves. We have seldom attended a private school so short a time established, in which the boys displayed so goodsa knowledge of their studies. The examination was conducted by Mr. O'Brien, of the Sydney College, Mr. Clark, of St. Mary's Seminary, and Mr. Slatterie, who were much pleased with the classes which they examined, and particu larly history, geography, and English grammar. Alter 'the examinatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

"The Morning Chronicle" is published tice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South l ales, Pan Diemen's Land, South Australia, Newo Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 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 adveritsement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or altr advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesdiy, -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. lm m, ,l, ,, mmmmm mmI -- -, , mm- mm -m~ ram-ram m, . ... - s m l| - mi l m m m PUBLIC NOTICE. . WILLI1YA1I JONES, LETTiEB PRESB AHlD @@PPER-PLATE lPEBIIIITEIR, &...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

FRIsAY, DEcaeMn?B 22. The SpxEazu took the chair shortly before four o'clock. The SPnAKEB communicated to the house that the Gsvernor had assented on behalf of her Mlajesty.to the following Bills, namely, Magistrates of Sydney and Melbourne Jurisdiction Bill, Lunatics Bill, Campbelltown District Council Bill, and the Sheriff Bill. LUNATICS BILL. The COLONIAL SacnOrrA n moved that Dr. Bland and Dr. Nicholson be appointed visitors of the Lu. natic Asylum at Tarban Creek, for the |ensuing year; carried. r WATER POLICE ACT. The bill to amend the Water Police Act was read a third time and passed.' TARIFF BILL. The Tariff Bill wai read a third time and passed. DOUBLY CONVICTED OFFENDERS. +The Doubly Convicted Offenders Bill was read a third time and passed. The Speaker, the Colonial Secretary, and the Commander of the Forces, were appointed a depu tation to convey these bills to the Governor. IIAWKERS AND PEDLARS BILL. The house resolved into a committee on the Hawkers and PedlarsaBill; D...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

a?giflatibe WounRil. --o.. TDouwDAYr, DcaeUann 21. The SPRaxeR took the chair shortly before four o'clock. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' ACT. - The SPeasaa announced that his Excellency had beeo.pleased, on behalf of her Majesty, to assent to the act passed by the Council to regulate Friendly Societies. DR. LAEG'S RESOLUTIONS. Dr. LANG said that it was not his intention to press the consideration of the resolutions of which he had, given notice, during the present session, but he trusted that they would occupy the attention of the house early in the ensuing one. Resolutions withdrawn, " AD VALOREM DUTIES. The bill to regulate the levying of Ad Volorcn duties was read a third time and passed; .and the Speaker and the Commander of the Forces were appointed a deputation to convey itto the Governor. INSOLVENT LAW. I The Insolvent Act Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed, and was entrusted to the same deputation for presentation to the Governor. WATER POLICE ACT AMENEDMENT BILL. The thi...

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Sydney Markets. DECEMBER 26, 1813. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

'-0 DEOCEMBER 20, 1813. FLOUR, WHEAT, ron. Fine Flour, 10s 100lbs, Bran. Is O to laOd per bush. Seconds, 8s Barley,es Od to 2s Od ditto llrend 3d to d per S2b loaf arley, Cape, 2s Od to 's Od Fine iisoultn 17a per ewt. ditto Second ditto, 14s ditto Oats, 2s Od tods Od Colonial Wenat,3s 3d to 3s Od Hay,£. Oe to 3 Os per ton per bushel Wheatstraw, Is4d to is 9d per Van Diemcn's Land ditto, 4s cwt dull of sale . Grass, wholesale, d to 7d per Maize, Colonall, Os Od to 2s o dozl bundles, retail, 10d ditto FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, Otd to Is ad per dot Silver Beets, Oid perbundle Loquots, Oid to 9d per quart Potatoes, new, V. D.L., £.6 Aprieots,3dtoOd 10s to £7 or lid per Ib . Lisbon lemons, Is d to 2s 0d --, Colonial, £3 0o to £4 - Sper dozen Cabbages, 3d to Ode each Common do, 2d to 3d per don Carrots, id per bunch - Walnuts, Turtips, id tosdttper bunch Almouds, Lettuces, 2dto 3d eah " Poinegranates, Celery, 3d to Odt per stlk Onins, green, 2d per bun?, lRadishes Id per bunch. drie...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

COLONIAL IVHALERS AT SEd, WITIT THEIR LAST REPORTS. Australian, Wiles, sailed 14th June, 1843; Coope.' and Holt, owners. Bright Planet, Kyle, sailed 2nd March, 1843; spoken 1st July, with 70 barrels; Jones and Mitchell, owners. British Sovereign, Cooper, sailed Nov. 5, 1843;? Lamb and L'arbury, owners. Caroline, Hunter, sailed 7th August, 1842; spoken, 16th February, 1843, with 300 barrels; Walker and Co., owners. Caernarvon, Irvine, sailed 22nd August, 1842-; Irvine, owner. Clarence, Whi:e, sailed 26th September, 1942; at totumah, March 17, 1843, with 100 barrels'i Cole, owner. Clarkstone," Stewart, sailed 13th September, 1843'i; H1. Moore, owner. ,,t Genii, Long, sailed 15th June, 1843; Mitchell and Williamson, oinets. Jane, Fairweather, sailed 27th August; J. Jone a owner. Jnes Elias, Bradley, sailed 7th of March, 1843; spoken 26th May, with 100 barrels, at Norfolk Island'in August, with 600 barrels; H. Moore, owner. Lindsays,: Williamson, sailed 16th June, 1843; spoken on the 3r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

NORTH SHORE-MIEDIOAL ATTENDANOE. DOC4TOR TIERNEY (of Pitt street, nearly opposite the School of Arts), begs to infoam the Inhabitants of the North Shore and its vicinity that he can be consulted on Tuesdays and Thursdays fromhallfpast two until half-past four o'clock p.m., at the Fig.tree Cottage. *r. He trusts the Government and the public will afford assistance to establish a DISPENSARY where the diseases of the poor may be alleviated. 0 If sufficient inducement be held out, Dr.T. will attend daily GROCERY STORE, Opposile the 8ite of the Old Gaol, Lower George-street. JOHN FEARNLEY AND CO. beg to inform their friends and the publio, that they have on hand a large assortment of Tea, Sugar, Fruit, and Spices for Christmas usej'and are selling the same at the lowest market prrlei. Settlers selling wool in Sydney are recommended to purchase their Grocery supplies of John Fearnley and Co., as they will effect a saving of 25 per cent.: Just Landed-A lot of prime York Hams. 260 - OI'LICE...

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IMPORTED ARTICLES AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

IMPORTED ARTICLES AT WHOLESALIE. Rum, in bond, 8 to 10 0. P., Candles, English wax, 2s 8d Os 0d to 3s 3d per gaollon per lb ; permaceti, 2s Id; Arraok, Is to 2s Odper gal. mould 6 d Giniuboud,palo,noua; straw Defb, +Irish, per tiere, £4 colored, 2s t 2s Od per gal.; Hombro',? 12 per tiers anse of 41.th gaols., 12e; Pork, Irish, 40s; for prim half ease, 7s 0d HUamburgh, £2 in ; Ameri. IrandY, flreat quality, Os 0d can, 30s toras d , . Hams, Yorkshire, 3d to Od; Porter, Taylor's, £0 Os per Westphalia, lbud otiermo,.l0s; Dun- Dalon 3d to dlper lb , bar's (bottled), 8s Pd per Lard, ld per lb do; ohers, a Od to s Herrings, piekled, 30s per half Ale, Mutton £0 s per barrel barrel; sn d per llrkin of di glallons ; polo ditto, (very scorte) £610s per holshead; Dun. Salt lsh, 37s 4d per wt(ditto) bar's (bottled) 10s Od per Chees, Cheshire, doz.; 'ayler'es stout, £5 Os (very scarcell; Pineapple to £ lOs nor bhhd. Draught Gloster haese n load,4d in much demand Colonial chbose, 3d to 7d dCpe in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

AGEUNTS FOLt THE OUHONIGLB.L Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Patterson, Mr. J, O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds Port Phillip, Mr. J. ullen . Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigon Bathiret, Mr. T. Jones Goulburn, Mr. Henry Thompson HobarL Town, Mr. John Riegsa Hokianga, Mr. T. poynton Maitland, Mr. Dee Mudgee, Mr. E. Sampson Campbelltown, &a., Mr. M'Alister Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Plenath, Mr. Jan?e M'Csrtby Jerry's Pla4is, Mr. J.J, Harpur lunsgonls, Mr. Edward Hugheo Wollombi, Mr. Mtichael Byrne Published in the United Kongdons by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster.row, London Mr. W. J. Batteraby,5, Basex.bridge, Parlia ment.street, Dublin. Sydners Printed and Publishes oy M-IOHAtL 'dVAOY, of rdg rie.etreot, at tse Chroell' Ol?ce, ltrigeJ.treet.

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, DEC. 19. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

obst'ettntent Oapette. TUESDAY, DEC. 19. PnOCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gippa, Knight Captain-General and Governor-in chief of th, Territory of New South Wales and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. Whereas, by an act of the governor and legislative council of New South Wales, passed in the sixth year of the reign of her present Majesty Queen Victoria, intitled "' An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to Courts of Requests, and to extend the jurisdiction of such Courts ie the County of Cumberland," it was amongst other things enacted, that from and after the first day of January, 1843, Courts of Requests should be holden In and for such counties and districts, or other portions of this colony and its dependencies, and at soch places respectively as the governor should, by proclamation for that purpose, from time to time appoint r-And it was further enacted, that courts should be holden in the County of Cumberland, in which courts, bes...

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THE SERMON. "This is My Blood of the New Testament which is shed for many for the remission of sins."—Matt, xxvi. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

THE SERMON. " Th? is MU Blood of the New Testament which is shed for many for the remission of sins:'-Matt. xxvi. 28. It is part of the manifold wisdom of God, that His gifts, in nature and in grace, minister to distinct,. and, as it often seems, to unconnected ends; mani. festing thereby the more His own Unity, as the secret power of all things, putting Itself forward in varied forms and divers manners, yet Itself the one Cause of all that is. The element which is the image of our baptism, cleanses alike and refreshes, enlightening the fainting eye, wakens to life, as it falls, a world in seeming exhaustion and death, changes the barren land into a garden of the Lord, gives hIealth and nourishment and growth. And if in nature, much more in the gifts of Grace. For therein God, not by Will, or by Power only, but by Himself and the Ebtuence of His Spirit, is the life of all which live through Him. Our One Lord is to us, in varied forms, all, yea more than all, His disciples dare to as...

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CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

CHRISTMAS DAY. THE piety and fervour of the primitive Christians seem in part to be revived by the edifying attendance of the crowded congregations that assembled at the several Masses in the Cathedral on this solemn'and joyous Festival. On entering the Church at the " Mid night Mass," we were most agreeably sur prised at the' immense concourse of wor shippers there congregated, and pouring forth " their homage of prayer and praise to the NEw BoRN KING OF Aoes." At the early morning Masses upwards of six hundred persons received the adorable sacrament of the " Holy Eucharist"-the largest number that ever approached to partake of the "Bread of Life" on any pre vious occasion in Australia. The congre gation at the " Pontifical High Mass" was greater than the church could conveniently accommodate. There were, at a moderate calculation, three thousand persons present. The Archbishop was received at the great western door, by a procession of the clergy in their splendid vestments: all th...

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PREFACE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

It Is with pain that the following sermon is pub. lished. For it is impossible for any one not to foresee one portion of its effects ; what floods, namely, of blasphemy against holy truth will be: poured forth by the infidel or heretical or secular and anti-religious,papers with which our church and our country is at this time afl:cted. It is like cast Ing.'with one's own hands, that which is most sacred to be outraged and profaned. Still there seem to be higher duties, which require even this. The gospel must be a savour .unto life or a savour unto death;' from the first it has been blasphemed, wherever it has been preached. It has been blasphemed by. Jews, Pagans, and each class of heretics as theys arose; the Arabians used blasphemous jests, taught theo people blasphemous ballads, and profaned the holy Eucharist; increase of scoffers and blas. phemers are among the tokens of the last days ; and. yet the two witnesses are to bear testimony, though: in sackcloth. The more the truth...

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PUSEYISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

PUSEYISM. ALrnHouGor we are not fond of' meddling in Sectarian controversies, yet on a topic which now rivets the attention of the whole British empire, we should fail of our duty to our readers, as faithful "chroniclers of the time," did we not inform then of what was going forward on the subject. In our fourth page we give the Cele brated Sermon of Dr. Pusey, at Oxford; and on its censure, and punishment of the preacher by Dr. Wynter, the following are the remarks of one of the most influential and able journals of the empire:- ",JusarTc Ar OxPORDe.-Tho DnSlin Evening Post, commenting on the " Wynter" correspond ence, says:-"There was, as they allege, an here. tical sermon preached by a Dignitary of the Church of England, and a Professor of Hebrew. in the University. They had (Dr. Wynter and his Assessors) that sermon before them, Well, then, did they 'point out, in any page or section of the sermon, a single heretieal dogmaP Was there any proposition set forth by Doctor Pusey on ...

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DR PUSEY'S SERMON. "THE HOLY EUCHARIST A COMFORT TO THE PENITENT." A Sermon Preached before the University, in the Cathedral Church of Christ,' in oxford, on E. B. Pusey, D.D., Regius Professor of Hebrew, Canon of Christ Church, and late Fellow of Oriel college. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

DR PUSEY'S SERMON. -o ' THE HOLY EUOHARIST A COMFORT TO THE IPENITENT." A Sermon preached before the University, in the Cathedral Church of Christ,' in Oxford, on the Fourth Sundiy after Easter, by the Rev. B. B. Pusey, D.D,, Regius Professor of Hebrew, Canon of Christ Church, and late Fellow of. Oriel College. "The true understanding of this fruition and union which is betwixt the body and the head, be twixt the true believers anod Christ, the aucleit Catholic Fathers both perceiving themselves, and' commending to their-people, were not afraid to call this Supper, some of them, the salve of immortality and sovereign preservative against death.: other, a deifical communion: other, the sweet dainties of. our Saviour, of eternal health, the defence of faith, the hope of the resurrection a other, the food of im. mortality, the healthful grace, and the conservatory to everlasting life. All which sayings both of the holy Scripture and godly men, truly attributed to this celestial banquet...

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RURAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1843

RURAL AFFAIRS. WE have been favored by Mr. Suttor with his book on the Culture of the Grape Vine and the Orange, Having looked through it, we must say, that the author deserves much credit for the labour lie has bestowed in dvancing a culture, that must prove in a high degree, advantageous to this colony, both as a source of. agricultural profit, and as a means of promoting national sobriety; for in no wine country are seen drunkards. Having ourselves passed a vintage in France, we can attest, that Mr. Suttor's description of the process of making the wine;is substantially correct: and we think, too, he is right in not recommending the trenching of ground deeper than two feet. From our own enquiries in France, as well as a considerable experience in other kinds of fruit, we are convinced that the depth to which some men trench in this colony, is not only very expensive, but useless, nay, injurious, such .asnthree feet. All- troos, cereal grasses, and plants which furnish food or dri...

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