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THE MAGISTERIAL OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

- -"THE-MIAGISTERIAL^OFFICL as lac tf ercIumstnncos.rlubyxil re cent drawn attention ~o the otfice. ofatthe mnagistracy, %viW i:deiizeTJthp oibpportunity toy e~tendand.i Jtd&p ýi Ithd &uvio ion ot the t .'st itnportanc wtc 'utalis olicýcl qualified~c and qcarefulextecufjo~t~.dti gft du ;es an iinportqnd ffi)iely1;3roatsr n the! Si{imprtsitoa1 and incoasiderhte arb'apt o suppose. To under-estimiate, the extent ofI %anist'erhia1-aboiirs, or flth e"'ih1e~g' 1tof 'a isterhia 1 1OIbhfsibiity, is at.og!y,,p rni' cio1s evil o, soF L: ,'I rigbtl!?z1ppreciated, the t one woul beo.adequately Tohiuneititea, and WhMit id ot8greater c~nsLq~3uejaca{ tlib'urden 'Fthe'othek wo\uld nevc ,be1 imposed on thi hose I iP:x ufleb- to seustain1it I . It is not.only.in the large stinnaryjii . risdictibn" which- thle law e tjrusts1 ,to the 1in ads ý' 1nd'rtitto ~t tý 80 much isyre, qucir'ed oiof'/hein patr coanpeotnt ,talents-'azid attaizrnents.toesecare d dize'pidrfornanano of ti j3idieaia1....

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1846. MR. LOWE'S RESOLUTIONS; AND SOME OTHER PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

j?, I l . .... ,, . ...... ( SYDNEY` CHRNI ta SAT'URDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1846? MI ELOWE 'IESRTvsuIlAtTIO S'IAND; ,SOMEO'I',' 'ER PROCEIEDINGS IN THE., LEGISL'ATIIVE COU N OIL. pii our la'st notice of.Mr. ,Lovii's iniportant I Resolutidns,'tbhardsI the los'eof thie article, several swords weris:omitted; which:Lhough I Alrgoqd'sensepof,1the reader would: readily ,supply,'*ve;think it rfght to correct the error. T'lheisediteniceshould, have been 'written is follo'iis ": Le?iing, 'hiowotir,i these general Sand..personal t trnupJis jf,.the, hen and Jeurned:: member. belund,, ;wo, proceed to remark, that-'his contemrituous 'style,: of 4"lrt,"'.beingi' roughtd iapply to to:he' public ueti on it n o iioptL po verful effet, became i f?lly adequate to, theproof ,thiatiwhatever tchaiadterlhis iformr opinions 1nmiht inerit, }ilispresent views weire dnsoainat with tlhe soundest reasoning upon notorious facts.", ol Havin , beei "thus led to return ito.the subject, we are .dispqsedt ttake the oppor- I ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

--o- e ARRIVALS, September 29.0- William, schooner, 02 tons, Captain Freeman, from Moreton Bayy. 30.--lave. schooner, 00 tons, Captain Birkin slaw, from Circular Head the 20th instant. Pas. "senger.-Mr. A. Turner. DEPARTURES. October 1.-Comet, schooner, .02?ions, Captain :Cork; from Port Nichmolgon the 13t:h Instant, k Pas sengers-Mr. T. W. Clark and servant, Mrs. Scan lon and child, Mr. E. It. MKay, Mr. Curtis, Mr. G. Hart, Mrs. Fuller and seven children, Miss Fuller, Mr. GribhblE. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, Mr. Potts, Mr.'V. Weitts and 'son, Mr. -J. Cuecquer, Mr. S. Clarke, Mr. J. Davis, Mr. J. Thurst, and Mr. A. Auld. 1.--Arablan,,barque, 207 tons, Captain Tinley,' from New Caledonia the 7th September.' Passengers. -Bishop D'Amata, Commodore Lecompte, Lieutd nants Bessant; Bressot, Itaubet, J. Millett, 8 otlicers and 127 seamen of the French corvette ?ein'e, and Dr. Tewaller. September 20.- Catherine, schooner, Captain Dryden, for Launceston. 209.-John, schooner, Captain Organ, for'La...

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THE REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

THE IREPEAL ASSOCIATION. (From The Freemnn,. April 18.) The proceedings at Conciliation Hall 'on Monday last demand but brief comment. We cannot, how ever, permit them to be submitted to the people of the empire 'unaccompanied ,by theiexpression of our opinion of their importance. and'of our delight at the satisfaction they are calculated to impart to the Irisli nation. On Monday, after a lengthened absence, the tried and trusted leader of the Irish people re-appeared in his old sphere, guiding by his wisdom-warming by his' presence--directing by his counsel-the masses of his countrymen. We have never wit nessed a reception more enthusiastic-we have never known a confidence more unbounded-than was accorded on that occasion, to the monarcll of the Irish. heart. - The occasion and the circumstances were well calculated to bring joy and hope to.the guiding genius of our national movement,and every incident concurred to show that the Liberator felt their warming influences. He was cheer...

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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

(lromti JiWellingteons.Idlependent.J WVe call tlie attention ofour readers to. the Official. Despatches relative to the military operations against the rebels, under Rangilhaeata, since 'they:evacuated their positton, in'tlid Horokiwi'valley. :i?appears that the 'libheof country- throughl' hich lthe rebels retreated, .was so dlflici.dlt as to be'iipractile alefor soldiery. Thus, in tgreat measnre, everything de pended upon the native.allies, who, not over anxious in the mhtt.t;eiie' iibt so eager (to Cdmito blows witlithlie enethiy as whtit tlie military would have been provided thebi'etreat had, been coridticted tirough a les 'iidritaiohioncotrutrjuIBtt, however.,;e caiinot hide lI.fut, tllit R; inglhtieat&sis till'iiconuiiieredi and it..behlove..that ,tjlitrigctgp. caLj sl, ul}Ot9N observed by all the out-settlers. ' It seems,to us that a bodu of f-iienii t Va.K ifnui,'ntightiproveitpseful in harrassing the'rebelsf and certainly 4be ?guprotected state of the resi?lqntppugh...

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Matiland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

• :: .iFrons the Maaitland 1Mreur*.)', ; MiT ScoioLc . 1',. ,c'Acin:l i-:-Ycester day alout tao o'clock in thie afternoon ;as; \r. Thomas O'Bricn,.of!iltltrees, superintentleiitto' . C. Wentworth, Esq., M;C.; was proceedling to his usual residence, be "vais aecideiitilly killed on this silde tle river, at Aberden.. lie had crossetl the river, whei itit- supposed the wiiikersof the horsd ie; sas driving in ,the cart cainmeoffi ;,antititook frighlt..:As he was dragged some distance; and.the cart went over him, when assistance came't: his aid he was insensi?e, arid did not live ten minutes being, very much, bruised and mangled byetholfall. An. inquest was held'. on. hisu'bo:ly this day; andt a verdict given of accidental deat'ti." 'is e.aritiis?,il ill be interred tomorrow,'at the Cithlohe btrial ground, \iiculcq.lrook.? Mi rO Brien c ismuIcl rj'spectl in this neighbourlhood, midat this. melancholy: eventlis much regretted by; all wsho kitew liaiir. HIe ihas?lft at widlow lid seveni or...

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IRELAND.—FAMINE AND EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

I (From thse To blet; April 18.) ar0~iclthClsolx in Ui cxrnc i1d rtio imiun ieppcnru tube multo be klgpt "p s to 0 degree that verified the w6rst that was anticipateil a degree most afflicting in itself, and a terrible prog. nostic of the misery which the Summer's sun seems destined tolook upon. All the Journals of theSouth and West of Irelahd teem with :reiterationus of tilhe reality of the suffering in their neighbourhood; But there are proofs more terrible and conclusive than any which can be thus gathered. Tlihe pressure of hunger has been producing'its necessary symptoms of restlessness and outrage-the instinctive impulses of a famishing population. Five thousand men assembled on a hill in Clare, and fixedetheir standard there, without an definite aim, save to make known their want. and tlteir resolve not to die of starvation. By the wise and earnest remonstrinces of their Priest they were dispersed; but l:ow many an ~nssemblage of the kind may there yet be which no influence w...

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Porirua, August 30. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

Porirua, August 30, 1846. St-'I' have , tlie! liotio`r td inforili t antLtlit, o Monday last, I returi'ed:to aour friendly natives, On, \ednesdayy poxrlpg they .oved wfori&l !with the intention of proceeding to \VWaiaae j order to cHslt itiitlh :thb hief of thiililiic?t!f They, liowever?: didl' bt"arri' e 'etler! ll) the fol*loing Smorning, ?vhen thely; hafls Fosf rnc rn Itdh "ifiasin King, and the other rgsigq et, c]iefs, and ascertaind thatltfiheir 'fechrt4g& S yer' ,E v ) .t1ey, t1yad lsa rpefe \' the promise.t bichl they t 1%ttpr i~ts lcetlenicy'.ho Govrnoir;"aini tliat'tliey Veeo&'nwtlhlngb totunder. take any activi'eiai~dstcriafaHitsi 161Raingihhe'athi as a "lltl l' 'iad tipihtlla 'ti ;t b peJett t;ie pat? thirou ghither country, Bu thy stat,,ts at any future period, anybody of atives ampt to pass that way inte'i skn dlsturb: the peaoe of the cou ry ,,thewoy xoio take up arms to resis'itht i f'l6Toy:ext!' prbcied?ld.t't6 Otaki,' in orderuto learn Sthi f...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, SEPT. 29. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

Government Gazette. TUESDAY, SEPT. 29. IMPOUNDINGS. " Cheshire Cheese" Pound, Parramatta :Roadl on the 2.th of September, by John Williams, of Peter 'sham, for tresass cow, white back,belly, forehead, and tail, branded like M. near rumpj; uagpte o iouredl heifer, white'-head and tail, one black and three white legs,; white heifer, grey shoulders, white tail ; strawberry coloured heifer, red head d; daiage 1s. each. If not released on or before the 19th Of October, they will be sold. [l0s. 9d. Picton, on the 20th of August, from Jarvns' Field; damages Is. per head :-bay mare, .black mane and tail, small' tar on .forehead, two hind feet white, aged, nio`visible brand; chesnut mare, blaze doUwnLface, about six years old; branded XW on both shoulders'; filly foal, branded like !' on shbulder, since dead. If the two mares are not released, to be sold.on the 19th day of.October. [. Bs. 6d. YWest Maitland, on the 25th- September, from.the estate of Mr. Hudson : -red working, bullock, brand...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPT. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 October 1846

TITESDAY, SEPT. 29. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. CO5MMbERtIAL 'nANtKING COMPANY. , Mr.iOOWE'brought up the report of the committee ?on the Comnlercial Banking CQgmpanv's Act Amend 4snent- Bill, and gave, notice that he would move the t second reading of the'lill on Friday (yesterday). TIUt t.IOAL PROF.ssION., 'Mr.' DARVALL presented a petition .from" the So)leitor (General and Mrl Holroyd against Mr. Brew.ster's, Bili,l`.wtld, w;as read and received, and Mr. DAR'VAlA, gave notice that he would, on lrlday, move that the petition be printed. SWHAiRFAGE nATES? - Mr. COWPER presented a petition from 21 nmeclia'nts, wharfingirs, &c., against the Wharfage Rates Act .Amendment Bill, and gave notice that, .he'p the order of the day was called for the second t areadingof the Bill, he would move that the petition e taken into.aonsideration. t snlcxOND.-Pon. PaOT Ps'nI.. . 'Mr. FOSTER presented a petition from Richmond, i;raying tlhat tlat place might not be incorporat...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

-0 ARRIVALS. Ootober 2.--ClfTord IVaYne, American ship, 305 tons, Captain Howland, from the Whale Fishery, having left New Bedford the 22nd October, 1844. 2.- Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Captain Tulloch, from Circular Hecad, September the 25th. 5.--Pandora, barque, 297 tons, Captain Cobb, from London, having left the Downs the 29th May. Passengers-Mr. New, Mrs. Eaton and son. 5.--Augustus, barque, 133 tons, Captain Rolls, from Hobart Town the 24th ultimo. Passengers Captain Cain, Mrs. Cain, child, and servant. 5.--Peri. brig. 145 tons, Captain Gwatkin, from Laumnceston the 28th ultimo. Passengers-Mr. Nokes, Mr. George May, Mr. J. Heseltene, and Mr. and Mrs. Tabbener. 5.-Margaret, schooner, 49 tons, Captain Rea, from Circular Head the 27th ultimo. DEPARTURES. October 2.- Harlequin, schooner, Captain Hoven den, for Portland Bay. Passenger-Mr. M'Dowall. 3.-Alanlkin. brig, Captain Cooney, for Auck land. Passengers-.Mr. and Mrs. Furchas, Mr. A. Parkinson, and Mr. G. Deeson. 4.-Palmyra, ...

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AMERICAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

AMERICAN AFFAIRS. (From The Times, May 14.) Tile difference which has arisen between the Senate of the United States and the House of Represcnta tives, as to the form of tile resolutions authorizing the President to give the notice for tihe termination of the Oregon convention of 1827, is so minute that otthing but the most captious spirit could have sug ,:uted a division upon so slender a point. It is ut terly unimportant t t te interests and the d'gnity of this country whether the President be " authorized, at his di cretion," or " authorized anti requested" to give the notice; and we are perfectly content that • the attention of both Governments should be the more earnestly directel to the impor tmance of a speedy adjustment of all their ditferences and disputes in re spect to the Oregon territory." It is probable, how ever, that lte llore courteous form of. the resolution adopted by the Senate will prevail ; unless, indeed, this ridiculous verbal dilltrence between the two House...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

IMPORTS. October 5.-Pandora, barque, Captain Cobb, from London: 20 puncheons 2 hogsheads rum, 3 cases British goods, 49 cases 21 bales 60 barrels pork, Gritfiths, Fanning and Co. ; 25cratesearthen ware, I box samples, Lamb and Parbury; 2 cases British goods, Boyd and.Co.; 4 casks, W~. Kent; I case hardware, 5 puncheons brandy, 300 casks bottled beer. Lyall, Scott and Co.; 5 casks alkali, 25 barrels rosin, F. Nainby; 80 bars iron, 13'1 casks beer, I case British goods, Cooper and Iolt; 80 kegs olives, I. case '10 casks glass, J. G. Cohen ; O hogsheads brandy, - Brown: 12 quarter-casks Spanish wines, Donaldson and Co0 ; 20) cases giri, 23 casks wine, 17 casks 43 cases oilmen's stores, J. S. Willis; 20 hngshands rum, Brown and Co. ;~5 bales British goodsi G. Small; 10 tierces 'cider, 6 cases ink, W. M'Donell ; 860 bundles iron, 12 bun dlies steel, 100 boxes tin-plates, 6 boxes crown glass, 610 pairs cart-boxes, 5375 bars, 500 bundles iron, 60 bundles spades, 61 packages gunpowder, 10 c...

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ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

" ST* 'P.1TRICK'S :.SOCIETY AND THE SO .CIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION .OF THE FAITII.. On Sunday evening last the usual meetings of the above societies were held in St. Patrick's Hall, the Rev. Dean M'ENcaosu in the chair. The Rev. CHnaaiAN in opening the business of St. Patrick's Society, said that on so warm an even ing as that he could not avoid congratulating them on the accession of space in the hall gained by the removal of the rock at the other end. He was for some time at a loss to kuow in what style the end of the hall should be finished, but he had thought it would be proper to have some figures emblematical of the nature of the hall and the building, sculp tured on the rock. Nothing he thought could be more appropriate than St. Patrick baptising the King of Munster on the rock of Cashel and they might expect to see thatecarved in onecompartment. In the other compartment he thought might very well be introduced that good and faithful disciple of St. Patrick, Father Mathew, adm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

AG. NTS FO1R THE CIRRONIOL&L Gouainltau-l]a. CAUNEY. BBaB~rIA---Ma. B. M'MA~oox. TPATEsoN-MR. J. G'SuailvA . PARR'AMATTA -=Ma.. P',C~ARw. POar PHILLWP -Ma. J. Bu iEN.. WoLLoNoNG-Ma. -Thor.&As Fowiui B3ATIWrST--MI. 'T. JorNus. QUEANDETAN-M1R. J. 3. Waon?. MAITLAND-MR. T.' MAIlON CAMPDNLLTOWN, &c.- MR. M'Mtllt·r.. WINDSda--Mat tJAMTS CABSDrD. PENaxTli-M&3JAAiRs CMCwtT' . J£RaY's .PPLAINn-Ma.' d. J... P.UUUL.~ BUNOONIA-Mn. Enwn :IbUqnuq, ADrLAIDr-Ma. JO3iN'"NOwR&f41j . Publisheda i.the Vnited :Keinpdomr,)b . Ma.. JONES, Q8, TATE ROBTER$.RQoW, M :XI. W. ;BATTERSRY,!T~h~Y;,IO;;EsEr;c"}tloiri l LIAIIENT-STRERT, DUILIN.; ,Printed fatr tIa'Proprieir by RDWYA)RD JOHN NAY LfrY, :f' "I' ddrdn, t tbaoCounty ot Cuiopbezbd , m -I(4bed by btni atUa Chrontci e OWoi, No. 10;, Xkbe Ii at, Sydnii4 Newt South W Rei.Wc * 1Ret4S, 1 iN4.rld,: NI1·id.

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To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

7b the Editor of the Chroniclo. Sin. As Mr. Windeyer, when asked to present to the Legislative Council the petition of certain inhabitants of Maitland, relative 'totheo. Maitland Hospital, was Instructed to state, " that the dissen sions which induced the late Governor and his pre sent Excellency Sir C. A. Fitz Roy to withdraw their patronage and support from that establishment, were colfined to two clergymen of different persua sions, and were now arranged by the removal of one of those from the Hunter District." I have thought it proper to publish the accompanying letter from J. II. Plunkett, Esq., II. 'M. Attorney General, which will serve to show Mr. .Windeyer, and the other members of the Legislative Council, that pub lic aid was refused because tlhe management of 'the Maitland hospital had assumed " so decidedly a sectarian character," as justly to become offensive to a large body of the inhabitants of the " Hunter's River District." This letter was not printed sooner from an ...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCT. 3. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

-0 FRIDAY, OCT. 3. t?tPOUNDINGa. Gottburn--blue and` white tow, bIranded HG or H1C right rump; yellow and white cow, branded WG right rump; red heifer, no legible brand ; brindle and white ox, branded W\V offl ribs, X:olff r?unms; brown ox, same brand; yellow oxk; wlite iiatclroajt face, samebrand ;. red, and white spotted ox, sama' brand; 'brindle ox,: white star inforeliead,: same, brand ; yellow poley ox, same brand;; red andwlilte: spotted ox, same brand;* red and wlite ox', brinded' HC off rump ; red ox, branded JC ofl' ru?im;.5 otl thigh; small yellow cow, branded PC right rump', calf at foot; brindle steer, branded ST near rump i and ribs;: red and white poley steeri no brand i redl heifer, branded: JB over aI on thigh, ,:," onri.s' right side; red and white cow, branded CX lefti rump; strawberry steer, branded WVD: oer.B eoff ribs, WK over TH off rump; black" cow, branded .'K rights rump; brindle and white spotted steer, blnuded' WK near rump ;.bron r lieifer, waite on. back...

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Sydney, May, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

Sydney, May, 1840. "Sra-I had the honor of presenting to his Excel lency the Governor the petition of the Catholics of the Hunter River District, which you, as their Se cretary, forwarded to me for that purpose. His Excellency deemed .it right previous to his official reply, to transmit to the committee of the' Maitland Hospital, a copy of the petition, inviting such observations on the facts stated therein as they might think proper to make, as you are already in possession of the reply of his Excellency conveyed to you through the Colonial Secretary on the 24th of April, it is unnecessary for me to do more than refer to it. It would however be uncandid in me, if I did not make known to those who honored me with the presentation of their petition that I could not, consistently with those principles which have always guided me, advocate its prayer " for the establish ment of a separate hospital to be exclusively in the hands of Roman Catholics;" Such a separation would be a strange ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

ENGI ISII NEWS. By the arrival of the Pandora, on Monday last, intelligence has b:en received from England to the 28th May. The Queen was safely delivered of a Princess at Buckingham Palace on the 25th May. The second reading of the Corn Bill in the House of Lords took place on the 25th May. The Bill was opposed by the Duke of Richmond and Lord Stan Iey; but the second renduling was carried by a majo rity of 31. Lord Deh.iv.tr, who was opposed to the Bill, had resigned his ollice of Chamberlain of the Queen's household. Convicts were, it was stated, being embarked on board the 3laitland for the new settlement in Northern Australia. The Mlorning Chronicle states, that in conse quence of the depressed state of the money market, no capital would be sent out from England for rail way purposes in Australia. 1lr. W. S. O'Brien, it appears, had been released from his imprisonment, as hle is stated to have made a motion in the Houseof Commons on the 20th May, The state of aillairs in Irelan...

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To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 October 1846

To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. Si,--May an-inhabitant of Port Phillip iitae tii liberty to inquire, how it happens that your paper has never alluded, in any original article, to the facts, that the people of Melbourne first commenced an Australia the charitable work of forming a fund :for the relief of their starving fellow-countrymen in Ireland, &c.,-that our very rev. pastor, Mr. Geoghegan, is the party to whom alone the origin of the glorious deed can justly be attributed P We have read, not without dissatisfaction, the attempt of certain parties in Sydney to exhibit their own endeavours in reference to this subject, coupled with the very obvious and.evident intention of suppress ing the laudable exertions of their neighbours. Had this unworthy manouvre been made through the medium of any other journal than the Chronicle, we should have passed it with merited contempt; but coming from the source from which we know it emanated, and, .perhaps, surreptitiously insinu...

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