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SUBFCENA FOR WITNESS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

SUBEC.NA FOR WITNESS. N?EW .DSOUT .WALEBi. Court ofilequests for the I To A. B., of District lo Sydney. C. D.,of" E.,F., of You are hereby severally commanded, setting all excuses aside, to appear.ln this court, at ,? on , the" day :of .next, at of the clock in the forenoonprecisely, to testify the truth in a cause therein depen?)ng between', A. 13., .of ,, plaintiff, anI C. D., of , doefoudant, on the part of the' said A. B. or C. D,, as the case may be,.(adding, ilI necessary,) and to bring with you' a certain agree.* went or note, &p., (suhflciently describing it as toy date and otherwise,) and herein fall not at yourperil.' by the. ti, C urt., .Registrar or Clerk of ,;? Court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

1NOT1CE. T HE Subscribers to this paper are . respectfully informed that the tol. S)owin -rules will.be strictly adhered to.: IN SYDNEY "No NOe Subscriber,.will be received without one quarter being paid in ad. 'vance. IN THE- COUNrR.Y INo New Subscriber will be received without half a year being paid .in ad •vance. In all cases the Subscription .will be Ten Shillings per quarter. 1No Advertisements will be 'received tfrom persons who are not subscribers, .without payment in advance. ? Chronicle" Offoe, December 12. i OTICE -TO AGN.TS .AND 'PARTIES MAKING RB . ITT'ANCBS. SN.order to avoidthe expeanse of post. :J age, en I spare time-in letter, writing, we intend to adopt a plan eatensively followed by " Hrother Jonathan," for acknowledging the receipt of subsorip. .tion umaney viz., to publish.the initials of ,parties remitting money.. Thus, we have to aoknowledge the receipt of the letters 'f the 1ev. J. I) , of Hardley,.of the 28th; also the letters of Mr- H. T., of Goulburn, of '...

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Original Correspondence. MONETARY CONFUSION AND PROPOSED REMEDY FOR IT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

MONETARY CO?NUSION AND PROPOSED REMEDY FOR IT. Mat. Enotr,--I- desire to stale, "pro bos piab. die.," my opinion of the causes of our' present '* mone*ary confsmoon'.aad dis'.ess, and to propose a remedy. The causes ares 's. The introducion, aboat: eiht years ago, by the Bank of Austrrlssia (knonv as the Gollah Bank), -of reckless system of discount, mad over isse of paper money. sod. Tie consequent rise on the price of laud, and thbeenormoou salls by ,government of useless laud at rniuousa irices. .3Sid The ewprtation of one mi'lian of lathe laud fund for the iatroduction of a wrong class of ea. i. grants. 4th. The withOrawal pf cheap.convict laboua in es. change for a scanty supply of dear labpur. ith. A relaxation of iunduatry consequent upon the facility of raising money upon credit. '6h. The neglect of agricu'ture, consequent on re laxation of. iodustry,; end our searcity ot labour, occasioning a scarcity of grass, and a vast inms portation of foreign wheat, at enormous prices....

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PRECEPT IN THE NATURE OF CAPIAS AD SATISFACIENDUM. Execution against the Body. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

PRECEPT I-N THE NATURE OF CAPIAS AD SATISFACIENDUM. .Ezecation against the Body. Court of Requests. for the~ District of Sydney. To , bailiffs of the Court of Requests for the district of Sydney, and to their, deputy bailiffs, duly authorised andappointed to exe cute the .processes of this court, and to the .keeper of the gaol of said districbt,orof.the.gaol nearest thereto, and to each and every of them. In pursuance and by virtue of a decision of the Commissioner of the Court of Requests .for the County of Cumberland, made on the day' of , 184 , you are hereby required to take the body of , and himsiafely todgeand do. tain in Her Majesty's gaol of the district of or if there..be. no gaol therein,.in the gaol nearest theleto,.tor the space of one calendar monthb,..nless the-amount of.the judgment and.costs for pounds, ;shitlnge, and pence, charged in this writ of execution, be sooner, paid. And what you shall do herein certify, and return to the court, at the expiration of one cale...

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FORM OF PROCEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

5ORM OP PROCOEDINO. All plaints in actinons to recover any debt, demand, or damage, in any. Court of Requests in New South Wales, shall be substantially, or as nearly as is materlal, according to the precedents hereunto annexed :-and such plaints shall stand for, and be taken to be in the place of, a declaration between the parties: Provided, that no case shall be dis. -missed for want of form, if the plaintiff .file.such an account of particulars of his demand as shall be sufficient to apprize the' defendant of. the nature thereof; and that no defendant shall be precluded front putting the plaintiff, in any case, to the proof. .4f his case,: by ,reason of his omitting to enter .a plea. Ericuters,.de., mayste or be sued. If the plaintiff saes as executor, or trustee of an :insolvent or other -estate,. he shall so describe himself, in the plaint filed, as A. 4B., executor of .C. D., or A. :B. and C. ;D, trustees to the insolvent estate of E. F., as the case m'ay be. Particulars. ion ...

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SUMMONS IN ANY ACTION FOR ANY DEBT OR DEMAND. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

SUMMlONSIN ANY ACTION FOR 4NY DEBT OR DEMAND. 1EW 0OUTII WALEBS. In the Court of Requests for the District of Sydney. To ,of You are hereby summoned to appear in this Court, at ,on , the day of next, at ten of the clock fn the forenoon of the same day precisely, to answer' the plaint of of , whereby 7 setks to recover fromn you pounds shillings and pence for , (tlde particulars whereof are tiled with tne plaint In the Office of the Registrar at, Sydney.) otherwise, upon proof of the'due service of a copy of this summons, the cause, wheni .alled on for hearing, will be tried, and judgment be given against yon for whatever may appear to.be due, to. getner with such costs as the court may think fit to award. And' take notice, that sf you have any claim upon theiplaintiff, full particulars thereof, in writing, must be filed in the Office of the :Registrar as a set-off, clear days at the least.befure the day herein named for the hearing of the cause, other. wise the evidence you may brin...

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FORM OF DEFENCE TO BE USED IN DEFENDED CASES. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

FORM OF DEFENCE TO BE USED IN DEFENDED CASES. NErV SOUTH WALES. Courts of Requests for the ~ day of District of Sydney. · 184 . BetweenD and Defendant. Take notice that I intend to defend this action, for the following reason [or reasons, as the case may belt- . [State each ground as shortly as possible, 2nd r but with aufficient clearness, particularly nrd, as to Jtimes, places, persons, sum, se curitiess, or written instruments, kc. To A. B.

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ST. JOHN'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

ST. J.'IN'S TOTAL ABSTINENC1" FESTIVAL. -0 On Tuesday the 26th December, the members o St. John's Total Abstinence Society of West Maitland, gave a splendid tea party in their (new "Temple of Coceord.' , This building" whiohr.id 80 feet.in length and 80 feet in width, has aea' erected during the last three weeks, by the greapunu exerlions of the members of tihe society,:on a piece of ground, given for thepurpose by .r. J. CallseIhknu' atthe rear of his large houte, the residence'o Dr. Liddell, and the substantial manner in which I1 hs't been erected, the neat and comfortable appearaa~a it presents, and the good accommodation it afforfs1 reftct the highest credit on the members o018t Jshn's' Soueely. On this festive occasion tbe'hall was m?ibst beautifully .and tastefully decorated 'unders the auperintenance of Mr. J. Connor, and brilliantly lighted up. A commodious platform was erected at the upper end for the accommodation of the Presi. dent and a few of his friends, and a smaller ...

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PRECEPT IN THE NATURE OF A FIERI FACIAS. Execution against Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

PRECEPT IN THE NATURE OF A FIERI FACIAS Execution against Goods. Court of Requests for the District of Sydney. " To , bailiffs of the Court of Requests. for the district of Sydney, and to the deputy bailiffs, duly authorised and appointed to exe- cute the processes of this court, and to each and every of them. In pursuance and by virtue of a decision of the Commissioner of the Court of Requests of the county of Cumberland, made on day of   184 , you are hereby required to levy, [of the goods and chattels of , to satisfy for the amount of pounds shillings and pence, being the amount of judgment and costs, which, in the said court, he was adjudged to pay to the said ,:and,after levy duly made: thereof, forthwith to pay the same into this office.' And what you shall do herein certify and return to this court at the expiration of one calendar month from the date hereof, or within three days after this warrant shall be executed if that shall soooner happen.; Dated this day o...

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Costs, Fees, and Witnesses Expenses. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

Costs, Fees, and Witnesses Expenses. XXXVII, The costs, fees, and expenies of wit. nesses, shall be as follows:- AlTourlTys' COBSTS ien Cases exceeding £10. a..,. d. For drawing and copying plaint, with the particulars .......................... 7 6 Summons, with the particulars ............ 7 6 Setioff, or defence, with particnlars ...... 7 6 Precept for execution .................. 5 0 Summons, or order of any other description 3 0 Subpaoa, exclusive of service...........- 2 0 For attendance on Commissioner under a summosa or order .................... 3. 4 For drawing special aflidavits, or other ne cessary documents, per folio of 72 words' 0 8 For engrossing them per folio ........ .... 4 Fsas roa.CONDNCTINO CAses IN COUnT. In Cases hrons £10 to £30. For a Barrister or an Attorney, where deemed pro. per, at the discretion of the Courts, rom lI Is. to £3 as. OrPrOs Fpis. The.fees payable in the Offiee of the Registrar shall be aceording to the amount sued for, as regulated by the...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

-- .....I.. , . TIlE NORNING CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1844 ret .b end." iUe Jst ainld fear not: et all the ends uwlm'at at be tby country', Thy Ood's, 4nd 'uth i.. lhakspemre. THE NEW YEAR. IrAvZno arrived at the commencement or another year, we (in the old-fashion, long familiar to us) do, in all the warmth and sincerity of ,our heart, wish our readers, and friends, and indeed thie whole of our colonial brethren, many-very many, and very happy returns of the renovated year; and do most fervently hope, that we all, as time advances, shall, pari passu, advance "'in colonial wisdom, and stature, and in fa-, Svear with God and man.". That kindly and benevolent feelinig may grow up amongst ' us--that political and religious feuds shall not have place nor name in our land ; but that the energies of every mind, and every heart, and the sinews of every arm, shall be united in " a long pull, a strong pull, and e a pull altogether," for this our-common and ).. adopted, or else natal ...

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MR. LOWE'S VERACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

.MR. LOWE'S VERACITY. Ix Committee of the Legislative Council, on Thursday, the 21st of December, that honorable and learned gentleman is re ported to have said, (inter alia magnilo quia.) "He would have the Committee pause before they sowed the seed of similar dis asters for FUTURE GENERATIONS. * * This Colony has been held up to the world as the refuge of all that was disgraceful to, humanity: let not this Council be held up, as the receptacle of antiquated and- ool notions which had been hunted up from every portion of the civilised globe."-(Herald; December 22.) We have heard of "heaven born generals," and "heaven born ministers," and we see no reason why there should not be "heaven born law-makers:" for here is a builder of systems based upon some thing desuper, bfor there is nothing on or from earth to sustain them, neither facts, nor experience, norreasonings; nor nothing that can be seen, felt, or heard, or understood I Horace says a Poet is born, not made by art, (pocta nas...

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LADYE PIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

LADYE PIETY. LiFlrom itl Edinburgh Courier'] The Catholic Church, and the Catholic Chearah' alone, can point to unceasing and conelstent mayis* festations of female piety ;-and from ne-t iie of St Elizabeth, berore the birth of the Saviour,. down to the most recent of xampi;+-,the instiu.ion of the' Society for the propogaton of the faith--both matron and maiden haye been the. patrons as well as the or naments of Catholicism. The Sacred Volumie bears ample testimiony of 'iitisl and in the Liv's of thlb Saints instances of female virtue and sanctity are a numerous as they areunmatched in any ostier time or system.,, Nor, are tlho0se magnificent re mains of ancienu tast:e and Christianarchitecture that cove . our land without memorials of f nale excellencer~ 'A Conrent acre atos. here ,andJet remiali " {'' `.j^- ,"_ - . Relie of other.times pillastan .'nwdsl:t 3?k.'x ";: ý '; i. ., wVorn r away aud dilaoloured} yet to lgsat ;'* %1 With wreatihs of ivy, that the work a rutt: , 1-6J A s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

Th Morning Chronicle" tis pulished twice a week, on Wednesday and Sbirday; andis extenslifrculated throughout. New South .I'ales,f'an Diemnen's Land, South Ausralia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31 Marc, : 30th June, 30th September, and al1st December; at which periods'only subscribers ian decline receivingit,. fter paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mark?on each adiertisement, the nnumber of 7jnserinis required; otherievls they 'ire continued till counterman?ed. Orders to V i discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in bqfore sja o'clock on the eveningsqf Tuesday, ThurtayC and'Saturday; but new advertisements are received till siz o'eodk on the, evening before publication.-All instructions must be ;given in writing, and all letters post paid. ... -l,'. ' . PUBLIC' NOTICE. -? :: . +T irT IFi'E3 M b O IaPr-PLoT · COLONJADE,E BRIDOE STEJi ETI,&TDNEYF, D'ESQ'?ECTPLU..LY takcas leave to' J..."dpprise hlae...

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FORMS OF PLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

-PORMS OF'PLAINT. The following shall be the'forms of such plaints in all cases to which they can be applied; In.case of Goods sold. " A. B., of (Sydney, in this district), Farmer, complains ofC.-D., of the same place,'Baker, that the said C..1). is indebted to him in the sum of :five pounds sterling, for corn (or hay, orother things, briefly describing it), sold and delivered by the said, A. B. to the said C. D., in or about the month of February last, which sum the said C. D. refuses to pay, and the said A. B. prays that, he may be .adjudged to pay the same." In the case of demand for Rect. "For three months rent, due from the said C. D. to the said A. B., on or about the lst.Februazy last, Io respect of the occupation by the said C. D. of a . house'and garden of the'said A..B., (as the case may: .be) situate at Sydney, which sum," &cs For Lodging. " For meat, drink, washing,' lodging, and other things found and provided by. the said A. B. for the said C. D., between the m...

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MEETING OF CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

MEETING OF CATD1.pS "Pursuant to dotice, a mee?ing of the `datholiE community was held on New Yeai's day, at St. Mary's Cathedral, for the"purpo'i of taking into consideration the expendituri of £30,000, which was appropriated for ecctesiastical purposes. His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Folding, who was attended by the Very Rev, the Vi.af General, Rev. John M'Eocroe, Rev. Dr. Gregory, Rev. Mr. Bourgeois, Rev. Mr.' Young, Rev.' Mr. M'Carthy and Rev. Mr. Coffey, toot the chair a little afite one o'clock. His Grace the Asncutssop then addresrsed the meeting as follows :-He coomenced by stating, that it could not be denied that the colony of New South Wales, at the present instant, and for some time prst, enjoys, and had enjoy'eld, a degree of re ligious tranquillity not to be found in many other societies. That tranquillity he could not attribute to any other cause than to the salutary operation of the Church Act-that Act which embilms in our memories the tame of that good man,; Sir Richar...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. COURTS OF REQUESTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

Government Gazette         -0l FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22.   COURTS OF REQUESTS OF NEW SOUTH   WA LES. Forms. Rules, Costs, and Fees, including Fees for Attorneys, and sums to be allowed for expenses of witnesses. The following forms of process, and rules of practice and proceeding, with scale of costs and fees, for the conduct of business in the several Courts of Requests of the colony, of New South Wales, having been settled by me, with the assistance of the comissioner of the Court of Requests for the County of Cumberland, in accordance with the provisions of the act, intituled An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to Courts of Requests, and to extend the jurisdiction of such Courts in the County of Cumberland. I do hereby make and establish these rules and regulations, forms, and. scale of fees. To witness whereof, I hereto set my hand, this twenty-first day of December, 1843. GEORGE GIPPs, Governo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

EIW SUBS[RI'PLO.NS for ,St. Iatrick's Church; 8ydnefyi?. + Mr. John Coyle ..•:..... 0 650 Master James Coyleo ........ ,0O 2 6 Mr.' Ricbd. Brennan's weekly collection 4. 4 2 Pat. Henchey " ..,.... 0 2 6 James Moran . ....- 0 1 0 Lorighan ....".... 0 2 6 Sundry small sums collected in the room 0 3 0 Mr. Wm. Byrnes ... .... 0 2 6 R. Cullen 0'..;;oo.. 0 2 .6 Edward MEocroo ,.. 0 2 6' William M'Adam ...... 0 2 .6 John Harley ........ 2 6 Healey ........ 0" 0 Thos. Devenny . 5 ..... 5 0 Edwd. Conyngham ...0.. 5 0 . Michael Dalton ......, 0 2 .6 Master Coyle ...::.. 0 6 0 Mr. Richard Brenan ........ 0 8 2 HenryOurtis's weekly collection 0 4 0p Peter Curtis's ditto ........ 0 3 2 Wm. Curtis's ditto . ...... 06' 4 M. A. 'RalTerty's weekly collection 0 1 8 Ann O'Brien's ditto .'." .. .. '0'2 4 Small subscriptions in Room, 30th ult. o: 04 I Mrs. Smidmore ..... " 0O 2 6 Miss Smidmore ...."..0 .0 2 6 6 Susan Oullen ,; ....:0. , 6 2 Total subscriptions .. .. ...£,&? 7.1li 278 , ' KENT HI...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

DEPARTURES. ' :Drc. 80.-For Twofold Bay, 'Launeston, 'ind Port Philthp, the steamer Shamrock, Gilmore, with a general cargo. Passengeras-Messrs. Craig, Turn. bull, Fowler, Jamieson, Freeman, Carringlon, )Campbell, Brooks,'"amsay, -Thaler, Adams, IRyan, Burtley, Lloyd, S?ears, Thompson, and Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Miss Smith, Mrs. Simpson; Miss Lane, Miss Harnltt, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs, Morgan and two children, Mr. and. llrs. i)obaop and child, Mrs; Gaunnur and three children, add Miss Newiand. 31.'-For ý Swan` River, -the schooner VeliedUy, ]Bogue,. with a general cargo. . Passeuogor--Ar. Collinson.:t, 1 ' .. JAN. 2.-For London he,barquen Stnd aringf, Woodcock, with colunial produce. Passengers Messrs. Rusn, and S'itmondsi;:' t "? . 2ý-.For Moreton Bay;'the iteaime.r Jdmrs oWatt, CLpe, withl hundries. i-assedgers-Mr. Picrkering,) l6 rank and ile ot the 99th ?legiment, and 62 emal grants.. • 4.--For Manila, ýhe.,brque. Trinidoad, Brown, with horses, &a. Passsengers-Mr. W. Mac...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -o - NtW INIOLVYN.I. Thomas Noakes Fisher, of George street, Win sort Liabilities, 9P661 is 8d, Aasets-lamedd property, 1065; personal property, 6251 6f ; oti standing debts, 271i 9s 7d ; bad and doabtfil,. 2I61 7s 10d. Deficiency, 60317s Id. The estate of Robert Duke and John Jamnes Curtis, lately trading under the firm of Robert Duke and Co., was suriendered by Prosper de Mestre, the only acting trustee in the colony, on petition 'id affidavit. M-ETINOS FOR TODAT.. B. A. Phillips, a second, meeting, at eleven o'clock F. J. King, jnn., a single meeting, 'at,two o'clock Christopher O'Brien, a single meeting, at bilf.past two o'clock Robert 'od, a special meeting, at ten o'clock a ar.

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