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THE DEBATE IN THE LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

THE DEBATE IN THE LORDS. (From the 7'imes, May 30).) No Englishman need be ashamed of the debate in the House of Peers. It has exhibited the qualities most desirable, but most rare, in all deliberative assemblies -- knowledge, elojluence, and brevity. The last will be the best appreciated now. But when the fate of tlhe Corn Bill has become matter of his tory, men will revert to its discussion in the Upper House as developing a copiousness of information worthy of that place, and a felicity in conveyingit which shone througllh the dulness of a stale and hackneyed subject. It was the boast of a state, the oldest and once the greatest in Europe, that her princes were merchants, and her senators artizans. It may be the boast of England that the Upper .Chamber of her Legislature contains men less di. rectly interested in the prosecution of commerce, but not less cognizant of its importance, and far better acquainted with its principles, than the mer chant lords of the Adriatic. The vigor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

Q'OTICE OF RIEMOVAL. ?gIa'O ce of this Journal is reinoved ,i om this date, to No. 133, King satreet East, next door to Mr. -Brown's, Grocer, where all comnmunications are re quested to be.addressed. Chronicle Office, . Sydney, Oct. 3, .1846.5 *GEELO NG. R. RJOHN M1URPHY has been ap .'V' " pointed Agent for this :Journal in the above district. Chronicle Office, Oct. '6th, 1846. CLARENCE TOWN AND DUNGOG. M R. THOMAS TIERNEY has been appointed Agent for this Journalin .the above districts. Chronicle Office, Oct. 0th, .1846.

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. BY-the arrival of the Trafalgar on Tuesday, we have intelligence from England to the 2nd of June. The second 'reading.of the Uorii Bill had been carried in the House of Lords, by b majority of forty-seven. Her Majesty we' sfast recovering her re cent confinement. Parliament was adjourned for the Whit suntido rcces3, from the 20th Allay, to the 5th June. The potatoo disease.has manifested itself, in several instances, in the new crops in England. Potatoes of the same kind were planted in the autumn, some apparently sound, and the others diseased. On ex amination of the crops, it was found that though the disease existed in both, it was most developed in those grown fronm the apparently sound tubercles. War had been declared by the United States against Mexico. The Very Rev. Dr. Ullathorne, formerly Vicar-General of this Archdiocese, has been appointed the Bishop of the W estern District of England, and his consecration took place on Whit Monday; in his own Church qt Cov...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1846. STATE OF OUR POLITICAL AND MORAL PROGRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

:r- TeE --C THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. ..&ATURDAY, OCTOBER ;lo, :1816. :STATE .OF OUR POLITICAL AND MORAL PROGRESSION. " We have. not only. new men; but new measures." .Ma. W. C. WmETWOaTH. TnHESE words are deemed worthy of special' ..record in their present place, because they ,are those of this high authority in our co lonial politics-this fearless " leader" of .opposition to our colonial Government this stalwart member of our cdonial body. If the sections of the sentence had been transposed, its value would, indeed, have been enhanced, and its opportuneness have been seen:in.a clearer light, as a statement made by this prominent personage at this ,particular time. What a-much more strik Sing effect would ·have been produced by .saying, " We lave not only new measures, -but new men."-'' Tempora mutantur, elos mutamur in illis."* Or betterstill, if, leaving each member of his faction to account for hlimself as he might think fit, and speaking in the singular number and the.first...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

*-0 ARRIVALS. October O.-Skerae, brig, 121 tons, Captain Love, from Moreton Bay. Passenger--Mr. Sutton. G.-Rebecca, schooner, 75 tons, Capt. M'Veigh, from Hobart Town the 21st ultimo. 6.--Clristina, brig, 120 tons, Captain Saunders, from Newcastle. G.-Clarkstone, barque, 250 tons, Captain Nixon, from the Whale Fishery. 8.-Trafalgar, Post Office Packet, barque, 504 tons, Captain Morrison, from ].ondon, having left the Downs 3rd June. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. O'Connell, servant and son, Miss Pentland, Hon. A. Petre and servant, Mr. S. T. Lyons, Mr. G. C. Gill, Mr. G. Shaw, Mr. H. Ellerman, Messrs. HIume, Allan, Smart, Bowerman, and Jenkins. 8.--Phmbe, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Bennett, from Circular Head. 8.-Lady of the Lake, schooner, 23 tons, Cap tain Axton, from Port Nicholson the 3rd, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 20th September. Passengers --Mr. Wilkinson, Mr. Bower, and Mr. Dodd. 8.- Vixen, schooner, 45 tons, Captain Brown, from Hobart Town the 25th ultimo. Paassenger Mr. Slea...

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

GEORGR.STIRERT MAirKET. SALT B?TTET-4 ions of salt butter were dis posed of during the week at Is 2d to Is 5d per lb. BAcon-One ton one cwt. of bacon sold at 51d to 8d per lb. CHEESE-One ton fourteen cwt. of cheese sold at 5d to Gd per lb. VEG.TABLES-57 loads of vegetables paid dues during the week, for the price of which see market note.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

IMPOILTS. October 8.-Trafalgar, barque, Captain Mor rison, from London: 1 case apparel, George \Wilson; 2 bales merchandise, J. Dear ; 5 bales, Smith and Campbell; I case, T. E. Watt; 2500 slates, 2 casks nails, 50 barrels Roman cement, 50 casks bottled beer, 15 hogshealls brandy, 70 hogsheads ale, Thacker and Co.; I case, George Masted; 2 cases books, W. C. Botts ; 14 hogsheads brandy. Brown and Co.; 2 cases, D. and J. Dickson; 20 kegs tobacco, 30 bales, I case, 42 casks 5 cases, 10 trunks, Thomas Smith and Co.: 2 pipes wine. W. Gosling; 0 cases, H. Birkitt; 10 cases copper sheathing; 1 cask nails, Donaldsoh, Lambert, and Co. ; 1 case, J. Connell; 1 case, SS. . Southgate; 14 bales manufactures, 30 packages clay pipes, 3 boxes milinery, Gilchrist and Alexander ; 8 boxes candles, 29 casksstoneblue, 24cases mustardi 6casks ground ginger, 0 casks curry powder, W. Walker and Co.; 4 trunks, 1 box, 2 cases, J. Isaacs; 10 hogsheads rum, J; Macnamara; 9 bales, 1 case, 3 casks, Quarter-maste...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

fscIfattiral Elntelltigence -o" The Rev. Edward Caswall, M.A., whose resigna tion of the living of Stratford under the Castle, Salis bury, we announced but recently, is the intimate friend of the Rev. H. Formby, M.A., whose conver sion to the Roman Catholic faith was recently re ported. Mr. Caswall, as well as Mr. Formby, were both of Brasenose College, Oxford University, where the rev. gentleman took a distinguished degree in 1836.--He is well known as the author of an amus ing work, entitled .' The Art of Pluck," dedicated to Mr. Formby.--Church and State Gazette. A letter from Sigmaringen announces that the Hereditary Princess of Hohenzollern Sigmaringen, a Princess of the Ducal House of Baden, has re nounced the Protestant faith, in which she had been brought up, and become a member of the Roman Catholic church. CoNvERSION TO CATIIoLIcITY.-The Rev. Dr. Burton, D D., chaplain of the Royal Hospital, and formerly of St. Paul's Church in this city, publicly renounced the tenets of P...

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THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. Liverpool, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. (By Special Engine.) From the Times, May 20. Liverpool, Thursday Evening. We have received advices from the United States, by the Canbria, Royal mail steamer, to the 16th instant inclusive, announcing tihe most important intelligence, that the United States had declared war against Mexico. We subjoin the formal proclamation of war : PROCLAMATION OF TIIHE PRESIDENT OF TIHE UNITED STATES. " Whereas, the Congress of the United States, by virtue of the constitutional authority vested in them, have declared by their act, bearing date this day, that, by the act of the Republic of Mexico, a state of war exists between the t'o Governments : " Now, therefore, I, James K. Polk, President of the United S;ates of America, do hereby proclaim the same to all whom it may concern. And I do specially enjoin on all persons holding offices, civil or military, under the authority of the United States, that they be vigilantand zealous in discharging the duties respectively ...

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CAMP[?]ELL, STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

CAIP 'ELT. STREET tr1111KET. "HAY-58 loads of hay were sold during the week at 81. 10s. to 91. 10s. per ton. STRAw-27 loads realised 41..10s. to 51. per ton. FODDER, Gd to 8d per dozen.. BEuDIaG, 3s Gd to 5s per load. WHEAT-7 loads of wheat' were sold at Gs to 6s 3d per bushel.

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

Sydney AYasrik3t3. CottanNrtR U UP r0 LAST It? tttNNO.J FL;)J:I, WYHtA'T, S,. £ . d. d £ .d. Flour(in1-), ! l,'1bs .... .... 0 17 0 to 0 18 0 Ditto(lseoint,), ditto .... .... O. II 0 .. 10 i . Ditto (ration), ditto .... .... 0 13 0 .. 0 14 0 livad,, '21btblont .... .... . 0 4 .. 0 4 4 B.coult (fine, 'owt.L .... 0 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (seoond),- ditto ........ 0 18 I ... 0 IIay, ,P iot ..... . .... l 10 0 .. 0 13 0 Ditto(retail), I? owt. .... .... 0 9 0 .. U II 0 WYheLt Straw, w cwt. ... .... 0 4 0 .. 0 a O Fodder, per dozein ... .... .... 0 0 0 .. O 0 8 Bedding, per load ..;; ... .... U 3 0 .. 0 0 0 Whealt, Uoloittal, (d' buhel .... 0 0 .. 0 0 3 Ilarley, ditto .... .... .... 0 0 .. U 0 0 Ditto, Cute,tto ... ... .. 0.. 00 .. 0 0 0 OIat, ' butshel (w?holesaln) ... ..0 4 0 .. O' 0 Dhtto,ditto(retail).... .., ... ')' " 1 ... 0 0 0 Maile~ditto(whlolesale) .... .... '0. 4 3" ;. 4 I Dltto, dtto(r etail).... .... ....' 0 .0 0' ..' 0 0 0 Uran, i busihel .... . .... 0 .1 3 .. 0 1 0 IUT'CHER'S M...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. THE LEGAL PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

-0 T ESDAY, OCTO.BER 0. The SPEAEIL took'the chair at {(ie usual hour. hIE LEGAL' PROFESOiON. The ATTORNEY GENERAL prcsnted a peti tion from te gentlemen of thelie ar 't Melbournei .against the" Bill for abbllsliiig tihe divisia of ihe 'legal profession, wvhich was read ad eeived ; and thl AX'TOTiNEY G IlRl gaive notice that he would, on WedVdnesday, move lithat it b r ferril to 'the select conlmmittee bn te iBill. SiOLONO. Mr. SUyTI:OR brought up the report of the cornm ,mitteeo Ippointed 'fo `oinsidei tflidfill forr enabling .thle Rev, H. iH. Bobart, Flizabells Mary Ihis wife, -and their trustees, to grant leaes of land at ~lolong, in the county of Wellington, for a .longer period than their own lives, and gave notice that ire would, Soh Fiiday, '(yesterday), move tiue second reading of tthe `Bill:. POLICE SALARIES. Mr. BLAND moved, that an address be presented 'to his Excellency the Governor, requesting that his Excellency may bepleased to.place on the estimates a sum su'ificieit...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCT. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

cgJL I?.I bt1 L.?TOI1111e1 -0- THURSDAY,.- OCT. 8. The SPEAKER took the chair at about half past three o'clock. UEVIVAL 01' TRANSPORTATION. Mr. BLAND gave notice that he would on Thursday, October 15th, move in reference to the despatch of the Right Honorable the Secretary of State, of date 1846, respecting the revival of transportation to this Colony, that an address be presented to his Excellency the Governor requesting that his Excellency will be pleased to state for the information of the Right Honorable the Secretary for the Colone!s, that this Council are of opinion that the systemn of transportation might be renewed as a basis, on the tollowing cunditions; Ist. That It be accompanied with the private as signment of convicts as hitherto, or with such other modifications as may be agreed upon. 2nd. That for each convict landed in the Colony, the Home Government engage to land, at its own expense, in the Colony, within the period of two years from his being landed, two (male or ...

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FRENCH CORRESPONDENCE. PARIS, April 21, 1845. PASCHAL COMMUNION AT NOTRE-DAME.—THE JOURNEYMEN AT THE CARMES ON QUASIMODO SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

FRENCII CORIRESPONDENCE. (From the Tablet.) PAars, April 21, 1845. PASCHAL COMM.UNION AT' NOTIRE-DAMAE. - In JOUItNEYMI'J N AT TILE CAIM1ES ON QUASI1MODO SUNDAY. As one year rolls after another, .it is no uncom mon thing, on this side of the Channel, to hear people say, "I am sure the religious movement must be upon the wane by now; Father do Ravig nan will have a great deal to do in order to pick up a numerous audience, and still more to obtain nume rous commnuuicants at Easter." But as the words go round, the preacher's words go round too, hnd, Sunday after Sunday, the high people and low people, the gentleman and the journeyman, flock into the majestic nave, which rises sublime, im mense, seemingly inmutable-silent in the midst of the hum of voices, as if it condescended to echo back no sound but the words of tile Lord. Black is the crowd, and yet motley tile group, like a swarm of flies, according to the picturesque expression of Father Lacordaire, as you plunge into it' in orde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

The Sydney ?ronicle" is pubolshed i?twce a week, on tveanesday and 5taarday; and is eextensively circulated throughout Newo South vaides Van Di men's Land, South Australia, Newo Zealand, and India,`, ..diti..riglaiad Cd.otlanit, id ireland..-. TheQuarter- end o the 31r ?c 30th June, 30th Sepltember, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers cnn decline rcceivinD it, after paying thse amount due.-Advertiscrs should ,nark on each atvertisement the numaber of insertiansreired; :otherise h e are contiued i ount . tl disco!rlttuc or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on tlhe evenings of Tuesday nnd. Friday; but new advertisements are received tilt sixo'clock on the evening before publaication.-All inistre arecnustontiryiue?t idtil cori?temng,,nd led. liOrdsrs po. -- ?., .l, | U mlm u i a m , tta , ? I ' m ,g l -.1. ? m -i.,? ,i .. . -- . . . .. " " . . . . . ?. . ?. . . ?= . . , , . . . .?_ ? ! ? .. . . NOTICE. rPTHE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, '_ and tile ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

'.'o the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. SIR,- As I canisot degrade myself by replying to the author of a letter which ap peared in your paper of last Saturday, I am corn pelled to address myself to you alone. I never styled myself THE Mathematical Master of tlhe. Sydney College for eleven years in my announce-, ment to tire public, but simply called myself Mathfe matical Master for that perioU, because 1 have taught Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Geography, Use of the Globes,&c., in that Institution since 1835. Mr. Murray is not so often in my thoughts, or of sufficient importance, that I should either say or'do anything to annoy him-- neither deprecate his anger nor desire his approbation. Still it is a pity when friends were kind enough .to suggest the purport of his letter, that they did not also supply its lanmuage and style. Of its uncharitable tone I now leave tie public to judge. I only wish I could say, that his knowledge of Mathematical S:ience was niot inferior to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

DIED, On Saturday last, at his father's residence, Par- ramatta, GUNNING PATRICK, eldest son of Mr. P. Plunkett, formerly of " Kinnard House," Roscom- mon, Ireland, in the 26th year of his age, deeply and sincerely regretted.  

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

CITY COUNCIL. A meeting of the Council of the City of Sydney will be holden at the Town Hall on Tuesday next, the 13th instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. ORDERS OF THE DAY. 1. To receive reports from committees. 2. To receive memorials and petitions. 3. To read correspondence. 4. Motions. 5. To consider the business standing over : 1. The report of the Improvement Committee for the year ending 30th June last-dated and received by the Council on the 10th August Iast-(B. P. 124.) 2. A letter from Mr. Martin, solicitor, dated 26th August last, applying on the part of Mr. Nicodemus Dunn for compensation for injury sustained by the upsetting of his gig in Princes-street- (B. paper 129.) 3. A letter from the Town Clerk, by direction of the Water Committee. recommending the Council to purchase the vwh.,le of the 3-inch pipes in the possession of the Government at .10 10s. per ton-(B. paper 229 ) G. To consider tile report of the Bourke Ward Assessment Committee, with schedule of build...

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UBSCRIPTION LIST FOR THE IRISH RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 10 October 1846

SUBSCRIPTION LIST FOR THE IRISH RELIEF FUND.   Collected in the District of Berrima, by Samuel North, Esq., Police Magistrate. £ s. d. Mr. S. North ...... 1 0 0 Thomas Bell, J.P. ...... 1 0 0 C. O'Brien. J.P. ..... 1 0 0 William Sherwin ..... 1 0 0 Charles Throsby ..... 1 0 0 W. P. Trevelyan ... .. 1 0 0 James M'Pherson Grant ...... 1 0 0 Robert Forster ...... 1 0 0 William Chatfield 1 0 0 John Nicholson, J.P. .. 1 0 0 Francis M'Arthur, J.P. ...... 1 0 0 Henry Forster .... 1 0 0 Hugh Gordon ...... 1 0 0 John Seaforth Proctor .... ,. I1 0 0 William Edward Maurice ....... 0 10 0 Patrick Good ...... 0 2 6 James Quigley ...,., 0 1 0 Joseph Kelly ...... 0 2 6 Jasper Willmott . ...... 0 2 6 Remitted to the Very Reverend Dr. £14 18 6 Gregory, Sept., 18 1841 ..... J Mr. Joseph Levy ..... . 5 0 J. J. Higgins ..... 1 0 0 The Rev. Wm. Stone ...... 2 0 0 Mr. James Oman ...... 0 5 0 John McPherson ...... 0 5 0 Charles Selwood ...... 0 5 0 Tevan ...... 0 2 6 Rodger ...... 0 2 6 Thoma...

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DR. LEICHHARDT'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

DR. LEICHHAID'PS EXPEDITION. - Fron ie nraiilandifaerury. Dr. Liechliardt.i*d 'his- exploring party started on, Saturday last, from Rayimond Terirace, o0 their expedition''overland 'to 'Siwabi Rivei,' tli? greatest interior Ilventiur~i of the kind y?t undertaken in .the colony.. In the partyis Mr. Hely, son-of the .late,F. A. Hely, Esq.,, formerly superintendent of :covicts,. and-Mr. Bunce,ast expeenced'lbotanical ,collector, lately in FanDeienmen's Land, Port Philli'p and the Cape of oGeeil np.. ., . , .. They landed at Raymoind :errace :on Friday' evening last, but were prevented from theni mo'ving :further, in consequencb'of the late arrival of the steimer., On ,the, foljowing morning, ,teinrfirat movement was to.Mr. King's, at Irrawang, where the greater part of the lhrses had been waiting the arrival of .Dr.. Leichhardt and party ; from thence they made their final departure, with the intention' *of calling at Stroud for mules and,goits, and at Moreton Bay for fat oxen, iand so...

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