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Government Casette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

-$lo»erutttatt -&&mu.- TfnwAY, October 18. LAND SALES. At 11 o'clock, 'Wednesday, 20th November, at the several places mentioned, — at the upset price affixed. Deposit 10 per cent. At the Police Office, Albury. Town Lots. Albury.— 1 to 10, allotment 1 to 10 of section 12. 11 to 27, allot. 1 to 7, and 11 to 20, of section 13. Two roods each— upset price £8 per acre. , Suburban Lots. 28, suburban 22, 20 acres. 29, sub. 23, 19 acres* 2 roods. 30, sub. 24, 13 ac. 31, sub. 25, 17 ac. 32, sub. 27, 66 ac. 33, sub. 28, 116 ac. 34, sub. 29, 157 ac. 35, suh. 30,: 81 ac. 36, sub. 31, 65 37, sub. 32, 98 ac. 38, sub. 33, 125 ac. 39, sub. 34, 57 ac. 40, sub. 62, 64 ac. 41, sub. 63, 64 ac. 42, sub. 64, 42 ac. 43, sub. 65, 64 ac. 44, sub. 66, 64 ac. 45, sub. 67, 52 ac. 46, sub. 68, 52 ac. 47, sub. .69, 9 ac. 48, sub. .70, 30 ac. 49, sub. 71, 32 ac. 50, sub. 72, 42 ae. Upset price £l per acre. At the Police Office, Bennelong. :. Town Lots. ' ; Murringo. — 1 to 10, allotments 1 to 10 ...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS, Poultry— Fowls, from 2s. 6d. to 3s. Od. ; ducks J*. 0d. to 4s. 0d. ; geese, 4s. to 5s. ; turkeys, 8s. to i-«.; pigeons, 9d. ; wild ducks 2s. Od. to 2s. 6d. per couple; roasting pigs. 2a. 6d. to 2s. 9d. each. Dairy Produce.- Fresh butter, 7d. to 8d. ; salt, *J.j per Ib. ; cheese, 5d. to 6d. ; bacon, 4id. to 6d. ; lard, 3d. ; eggSj 7d- to 8d- per dozerK Vegetables —Potatoes— Der went, £5 to £5 Ps. Per ton j cabbages, R to 2s. 6d. per dozen ; cauli U «'!?' ' !° US- 0(1- ; lettuces- b'd' t0 8d- ; turnips, i'ir ' C,ekry* ls- M- i leeks, Is; 6d. ; parsnips, is. W. to.Oa 0d, ; carrots, Is. *.!.? ; pumpkin*, 3s. to 4s. per dozen , parsley, 3d. per bunch ; peas, 2s. 3d, to 2b; 6d. : per bushel ; beans, ls. 6d. per bushel. Fruit. — Oranges, 2d. to 5d, per dozan. ; lemens — Lisbon. 4d. ; loquats, 2s. per basket. Sundries. — Beef, Id to l|i. per 1b. ; mutton, (fd. to 2;1., in demand; calves, 5s. to 8s., young; older ones, 10s. to 153. each; pork, 2id. to 3d. per lb. ; ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

COASTERS INWARDS. October 19. — Bard's Legacy, 22, Maine, from Wollongong. October 21. — Highlander, 28, Williams, from Broulee ; Sisters, 15, Brooks, from the Hawkesbury ; Sylph, 23, 'Lucy, from Brisbane Water ; Lucy Ann, 37, Hamack, Emily, 30, Cureton, Coquette, 72, Johnson, Adventure, 22, Burges, Black Swan, 18, Beasley, all from Newcastle. October 22.— Victory, 19, Fisher, from Brisbane Water ; Beppo, 24, Dones, Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindquist, Young Queen, 31, Thompson, all from Newcastle.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

gifjtpging finteliigenc^ ARRIVALS. October 19. — Governor, brig, 147 tons, Captain Brooks, from Wellington the 2nd inst. October 20. — Elizabeth Archer, barque, 388 tons, Csptain. Cobb, from Newcastle. October 20. — Skerne, brig, 121 tons, Captain Box, from Newcastle. October 20. — Bssalind, brig, 271 tons, Captain Elliott, returned to port. October 20. — Bride, schooner, 66 tons, Captain J. D'Alinaine, from the South Sea Islands. uccooer 4\).- — mary iinn, scuooner, 00 tons, uap tain Wilson, from the South Sea Islands. October 21. — Oberon, cutter, 48 tons, Captain M'Cully, from Simbo (South Sea Islands) the 2nd instant. October 21. — Lavina, schooner, 94 tons, Captain Murphy, from Moreton Bay the 15th inst. October 22. — Augustine Heard, American ship, 491 tons, Captain Abbott, from Hobart Town the 17th inst. October 22.— Iris, cutter, 75 tons, Captain Fer guson, from Hobart Town the 14th inst. October 22. — Constantinople, barque, 317 tons, Captain Young, from Wellington the 5 th...

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FRIDAY. Before the three Judges. CROWN CASES RESERVED. THE QUEEN V. MULDOON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

FRIDAY. Before the three Judges. CROWN CASES RESERVED. THE QUEEN V. MULDOON. The prisoner had been convicted as an accessary after the fact to the manslaughter of her husband. Three objections had been taken. 1. An affidavit of the prisoner, made when there was no charge against her, was received as evidence, which was said to be inadmissible. 2. The prisoner had put her mark to the deposition, and a man named Long had witnessed it. The objection was that Long was not called to prove the document. The Magis trate however was sufficient witness, nor is it abso iuieiy necessary tnat a deposition be signed by a witness, so long as the jurat is signed by the committing magistrate. 3. The deposition was not written in the exact words of the prisoner, nor in the first person. The Court wished to hear argu ment on this point, as one of great importance. The Attorney-General admitted that it was of great importance that depositions be taken in the first person, but contended that it was not...

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY. BEFORE their Honors the three JUDGES. THE QUEEN V. B. S. MOUNTCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

liau) imteMgimw* SUPREME COURT. (Condensed from the Sydney Morning Herald) THURSDAY. Before their Honors the three Judges. .THE. QUEEN V. B. S. MOUNTCASTLE. i he bolicitor-General moved that the Court pass sentence on the defendant who had been convicted of voting twice at the. last election for Sydney, He hail baen formerly sentenced to pay a fine of £30, | but that sentence was illegal. Defendant had ap peared voluntarily to receive a new sentence. His Honor the Chief Justice said, the former sen tence was passed precipitately, with a desire to re lieve the defendant from imprisonment. It was thought that as in most cases of misdemeanor the I court could inflict line or imprisonment at discretion. j I he legislature had not left this alternative to the I Court, but as the Court was now sitting in con | tmuance of the same term, it might proceed to pass jj another sentence. Had defendant waited till the I end of term, the Court might not have had this jl power. , ? ? ? | The defend...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

' TO CORRESPONDENTS. In order to eave time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in tbia part of oar paper. Received from T. C, Liverpool, £l 15 0

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THE ELECTION FOR CITY COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

THE ELECTION FOR CITY COUNCILLORS. It is now in the power of the citizens to remove, to a certain extent, the causes of complaint hitherto so rife Against' the mis management of civic affairs by the City Council. Jt is not our wish or inclination to recommend, in any pointed manner, the juuiviuuux uauuiumts jnupuseu tu iuc uuwuc of the .Electors. We have too high an opinion of the citizens, voting as a body, with ' one collective voice,' to think that any unfit or incompetent candidate can have a chance of being returned. Let no man vote from fear, favour, or affection; but let each Elector act upon the dietatesof a sound judgment in recording his vote for those who are most able and willing to discharge efficiently the important duties of civic officers. It may not be amiss to caution the thought less or ill-disposed against voting twice at the same Election, or personating a deceased or absent Elector. The very stringent pe nalty of ' a Fine and Imprisonment for two years,' is imp...

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THE DIVINE RIGHT OF KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

THE DIVINE BIGHT OF KINGS. We last week furnished to our correspon dent, who made some inquiries on this sub ject, the means of satisfying himself, that the extravagant absurdities of the doctrine of divine right were, in England, wholly of Protestant growth. They came into exis ttjuut; wuu me great Apostasy in religion called the Reformation, and were propagated by its necessities. The necessities of the case indeed are obvious. The sacreligious holders of church property, and the doctors of the new religion, were both naturally anxious to exalt, as highly as possible, the authority from which they professed to re ceive their tenures, the one territorial, the other both territorial and spiritual. The pages of our history, subsequent to . the times of the Eighth Henry, show the results of this anxiety, in a doctrine respecting the right of Kings at once novel, and extravagant, and impracticable. Unfortunately absurdity and impracticability are no security against mischievous results...

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PASTORAL LETTER OF THE BISHOP OF LANGRES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

PASTORAL LBTTER&OFgTHE BISHOP OE We ffive to-day, the first part ot the admirame pi tofaHetter oRhis learned and ^venerable^ prelate whom duty has placed, more than others ot nib bieXen, in connexion with public affairs, and led to study more deeply the purposes and progress ot ^1^ '« having, from age to age, triumphed successively ™ bloody PJ^JJ the Church Catholic'has found herself opposed to a new enemy, that may be styled the policy of go ^''Stolicy, by whatever name it may be desig nated is, at the bottom, the cause ot material ?nteie'st?and of human pride contending agams the interests of souls and the Kingdom t of God. It is the iealousy of temporal powers u^^b ''- existence even of the Church, whilst it seems to be aiming only at her exterior forms. ™ Without ascending to eras already distant in which a Gregory VII, an Innocent II, a Boniiact VIII, contended at the peril of their lives, againse the sacreligious cupidities, or the scandalous disor ders of the powers o...

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SQATTOCRATIC POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

SQATTOCRATIC POLICY. WE have already shewn that the alleged hatred of squatters and squatting, about which Messrs. Wentworthand Co. have said so much, exists only in their own imagina tion. All classes of the community are fully alive to the importance of encouraging, by every wise means, the growth of wool and the production of other articles of commerce which are created by the operations of the grazier. . But the policy which the^egeutleitien would have us follow, as the only one by which pastoral interests could be really pro, tected, is looked upon with feelings of dis gust; and with this policy some of them have became so closely identified that they cannot imagine a condemnation of its prin ciples, unaccompanied by a hatred of them selves and those pursuits. The spirit of the times is wholly opposed to the ancient doctrine of protection and encouragement, to bounties, prohibitioi s, differential duties, and the thousand other devices for forcing loan ana1 capital into par tic...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. "ANGUIS IN HERBA." TO THE MIDDLE AND WORKING CLASSES OF THE INHABITANTS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

O1UGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. 'ANGUIS IN HERBA.' TO THE 'MIDDLE AND WORKING CLASSES OT? THE INHABITANTS OF THE COLONY. (Per favour of the Freeman's Journal.) Fellow Colonists.— A friend has put inro i»j hands a number df the People's Advocate newspaper of the 12th instant, in which I find a letter addressed « to the Middle and Working Classes of the inhabi tants of the colony,' by the Rev. John Dunmore Lang, detailing his plans for the formation of a « Joint Stock Company' to promote immigration from the mother country, and to be designate u«. 'Australian Colonization Company.' The fai- famed Doctor commences, of course, by congratula ting you upon the victory just obtained on the Transportation Question ; and after having' amused you awhile, as usual, with his .peculiar wit, lie does not forget to tell you that tfie performed no small part towards the achievement of that victory. At the moment he penned this address, ne '-» have either formed a very low estimate of y-''r good sense, or ...

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MR. MONTEFIORE ON COLONIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

ME. MONTEFIORE ON COLONIZATION. We promised last week to give a digest of the system of Colonization proposed by Mr. 0. 1. Montefiore, in a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald. The idea is to raise loans for the purpose of emigration, to be repaid from the poor-rates These rates have for a long time accumulated to about eight uijunuu atcmug per annum; ana with tins sum is supported a ? pauper-population of 800,000, reckoning the cost of maintaining each pauper at £10 per annum. The an nual increase of population in Great Britain is no less than 250,000. That emigration, then, should afford any substantial relief, an equal number of souls must be annually sent to the colonies, — and this not for a short period, but /or a series of years. It is suggested, that the sum of eight millions per annum (or whatever may prove the average, on accurate calculation,) be fixed as a permanent rate for fifteen years, by act of parliament, and that during that period no improvements on landed proper...

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THE LATE SIR ROBERT PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

THE LATE -SIE ROBERT PEEL. {From the Home News. ) Un Wednesday, the 3rd July, the House met; but on the motion of Mr. Hume, (seconded by Mr Glad stone, and spoken to by Mr. Napier, who had a mo tion for the day, Sir Robert Inglis, and Sir W bomerville,) immediately adjourned, waiving all business, as a tribute— we believe unprecedented— to the memory of Sir Robert PppI TOuo /i^*v m. Hume announced, and whose character all the snea kers eulogized. The entire house heard with sym pathy the lines auoteri hv Mr «.!„.*..* ? ' JNow is the stately column broke The beacon light is quench'd in smoke liie trumpet's silvery sound is still, Ihe warder silent on the hill ?» and simultaneously rose and left the place. On Thursday, July 4, at noon, Sir George Grey who was overcome with grief, proposed, at the close of private business, to adiom-n till f«™ '; '_, Oi-e ' £ H^T1T?rial rtSpeCt- W°uld be ]aid before the House. The members immediately adjourned .15 o'clock, when Lord John Russell Je ami...

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WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

?-.WILLIAM -SMITH 'O'BRIEN.'1 ' While. Rngland is mourning over the grave of ''one' of her most eminent, statesmen^ Ir.eland'iis'convuised with grief and indignaj (tion at the treatment received by (l one' of the most devoted of her high-minded and self-sacrificing sons. At the very time that the lamented demise of Sir Robert Peel called forth the most sincere and heartfelt , expressions of sympathy and regret, from every section of parties or politicians, in or out of the British Parliament, the cruel and heartless treatment of Smith O'Brien at Maria Island, was arousing the honest indignation of every humane and rightthink ing inau throughout the wide extent of the Britishr'Empire.- Hence the spirited remon strance.rnade.LU ..Parliament on this subject ' — hence the several . public meetings con vened. -in Ireland l to ' seek redress for this wanton piece- of ' penal cruelty.' In the. latest file of Irish papers we have an inte resting report of * the proceedings of a great meetiu...

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EPITOME OF NEWS — ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

SP1TOME OF NEWS - ENGLlST AJ\D FOREIGN. Wn hospitable IV^J'Z '&\ «* »» [?] B*to,B,y. bJJl' *? yasnot ;.«tad in ; ''»e rash and rn,.tj- i ?''?^puvi witch g-ets i ,'V'P»1 pookeSoSf tL b' in a n'mber of « «'-«- knd wnus fet\e *'?*? are «° «»« by ? 2*-'* A^Lfe1'-** is ™ [?] ( Antiquities.— The extensive dredging now carry ing on in the bed of the Seine, in Paris, every day furnishes fresh objects of curiosity and interest to Archaeologists, in the shape of weapons of all sorts, medals, vases, spurs of horsemen, and remains of Ihe Duke of Wellington and his Waterloo Breeches.— A very comical story has been related in private circles, for some days past, which is too good to be lost to the public, particularly as it in cludes the names of several distino-uisTioH injiv^,. als. Ihe story runs thus :— That Mrs. Loudon, the lady whose clever writings are so well known, being lately in the neighbourhood of Strathfieldsaye, wrote a letter to the Duke of Wellington, request ing him to al...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR NOVEMBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

.(JATHOL.LO .DLIUSOTORY'FOII . , NOVEMBER, 1850. 1 F ' Feast of All Saints— Holiday of Obli gation d. first class. , 2 Sat Commemoration of All Souls, d. . , ? ' 3 S First in November, from the first Sun day after Epiphany. - ? ' ' ' ?» ? 4 M S. Charles, bp., and conf.-d.- j 5 T Of the Octave, s.d. ' .' . 6 W Of the Octave, s.d. ' 7 T Of the Octave, s.d. ''',,' ..'-,. 8 /'' Octave of All Saints, d. 9 Sat- Dedication'' of Church of the Holy Saviour.', 10 S Third in November, S. Andrew, Avel lini, conf: d. - : ? '? 11 M S. Martin, bp. and conf. d. , ? ' - -12 T S. Martin, pope and m., s.d., 0. S. B., S. Em i Kan, ad. d. 13 W S. Didacus, conf. s.d.y O. S.:B:,-. All- Saints of the order. 14 T ' ' *? ' Feria -or office of Blessed Sacrament, O. S. B., Commemoration of all jde parted of the order. S. Justus, bp. ? ' ' and conf. s.d. ' ' 15 F S.. Gertrude, v.' d., 0. S. B., S. Edmund, ? ' m. d. ' 16 'Sat - Of the B. V. M., in sab. s.d., O. S; B., „, S. .Didacus, s.d. ,-,.'? 17 S Of the 4th'...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

' I M POUNDINGS. Pictox. — From the Abbotsford estate, on the 3rd of October, 1 850: — Yellow bullock, branded on near ribs apparently CS with 30 under, and '~N over, and on oft' rump and ribs an indescribable brand. If not claimed, to be sold on the 11th November, 1850. John Bollard. 9s. .Queanbeyan. — From the estate of T. H. Mac quoid, Esq., for trespass, Oct. 14th, 1850 : — Brindle cow, no Drand legible, witn call ; red steer, white back, coat too rough to see brand ; red ; little white on back, like IL near rump, Arj . conjoined of!' rump, one ear split ; red and white bullock, down horns, both ears marked, like HY off rump ; red steer, white back, tail, and belly, illegible brand off rump; brindle steer, no brand legible ; red and white cow, like illegible brand off shoulder ; red null f^alf ctni' in ?f'm'fiVinnrl illoo'iJilo 1-M»anrl nW f iVic ? red poley steer, 2 shoulder, illegible brand over oft side. From the estate of J. F. Murray, Esq., for trespass, Oct. 19th: — Red an...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Description of 'Illawarra' in our next. , Ait leuerd ami communications lu cue .bailor* and thft Publisher must ke prepaid. ? li is necessary that tue writers of all coinmuniac tiona, should furnish the Editors .with - their real n acnes and address. Although th»n information is hoi required tor publication,' it is requisite as a 'ii.irani«e of' choir being genuine.

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Poet's Corner. THE SORROWS OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

$oftf# corner* THE SORROWS 01 IRELAND. O Erin ? thou desolate mother, the heart m thy hosom is sore, And wringing thy hands in despair, thou dost roam | round the plague-stricken shore ; Thy children are dying or flying, thy great ones are laia in me uuou, , And those who survive are divided, and those who control are unjust. . . Wilt thou hlarhe me, dear mother, if, turning my eyes from such horrors away, I look through the night of our wretchedness, back to some bright vamsh;d day. When, though sorrow, which ever is with us, was l,Mw and dark on the land, -,„.., Hope twinkl'd and shone like a planet, and i.'aitn like a sword in the hand .' Oft has.poverty gnawed at thy bosom, and furrowed I thy matronly brow, ' But a famine of wisdom and courage thou nevei hast known until now ; e So blight like to this ever came, though the spring tide and summer were cold, % .-_ ^-i_.. -u««,io ne tVnr vmitiir men are empty, and tor me xmiiuo ui u'j i''—o - — ?* ?' barren the heads of the old. No...

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