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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

* AGEN`iP FOR TH1K CHlRONICLE.: ý,,;t . GoVLDUXaN 'Ms: -CAR'"., BBWUMA--Ma. B. M'MAuiox SARaAMATTA - , D J PORT;PuIIXLIP,'-M.. J.: BULLUN. i:'..1 '"!.' ' * -VoLLdNodONb--Ma. TIHsMA&& F&WiYmiV:' I1' '.]3ATHUar -Ma' T:. JONEL UEANDr~r kTAN pa _Mar.c:Jz J." w AliO. ·i '' .:.~I: MAITLAND-Mh~i.; . MAUONT."(="° " " CAM4PBBLTOWN, &C.-Ma.:M'ALM.tn5. WINwsoa-Ma: 3AMuml l n'r: '+'= !. Pntaimi-Ma. 'J3Xu1 iMCAaTII . Jnnax'a 'PLAiNU-ML a * .. J . Bu NOONIA-Ma. EDWARuiHvHunnzlb . AbB~alh ·iin-ML N 36uft~~~: NOUL '. · YAgs-rMa. O. RdouaKu PublLhed in tlhel Ulited 4.KI,.gdOM, b Ma. J3otiis,' 6, PAT>WNvonEa-ow," LONONe.' Ma. W. J. ,BAxT ~nwn, 10, "Efz.,'0IDOepMo aIAMENT-aTREnl, DUBLIN. 'r .1 ', "' J'rlnted ;or the Proprlelbr 1ryiflWARD JOIHIN HAlVS'<8 Ll~iY of l°rdedfjn, in ~ebctey ofzy Cuiab,4J~lad, ~IIL Poo I ltjhd'byifn~ 'at tile 'Ohro~AlecI IUKO i,No 3,i{n5.'rel *Ld ýi"" ,~, nit" 14rdity; k,$, iiiN~hige Isla. ~clrt lsi:i'~~'l civ·rti ap'

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

IRELAND. We have great pleasure in re-publishing the fol lowing letter, written by the son of Mr. G`. I. Gibbons. of this city. The manly and Catholic spirit which it breathes is truly cheering : Ib the Editor of the Southern Reporter. - Bandon, 15th May, 1845. DEAc Sia-Your morning Cotemporary has, I perceive, done me the favour to notice a communica tion of mine signed C. G. G. to which you gave insertion in your paper of Tuesday last, and in which I had the hardihood to pass strictures upon t the niode in which, with reference to certain par ticulars, that Journal is conducted. In my former communication I spoke of the. systematic abuse which the writers in the Cork Constitution, and, indeed in the Conservative press generally, heap upon- everything appertaining, to the religious practices, and belief of their Catholic fellow subjects. To prove this charge, I need only refer to the columns of the Constitution passim. Even in that number f in which lie refers to my letter, he call...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

IM5OUNDINOB. Murrumbah, on the 28th day of September, from Arthursleigh, the estate of .1. II. Macarthur, :Esq. -red sided ox, white back, belly, and legs, off ear: slit, top of off horn broke off, branded on off ribs JM, on;rump same .sjde.!M.; .red cow, white belly, a-little white on rump, a brand on off rump resem. bling D or T ; brindle heifer, a brand on near ribs resembling 2B: Also, on the 2nd October, from Arthursleigh-red sided ox, white back and belly. branded on near. rump, RC or RO, a brand on off rumpilleglble; red sided'ox, white back, belly, and tail, on near ribs a blotch brand illegible, on off ribs DM and M within diamond ;.yellow. cow, branded on off rump IN, on. thigh I, on ribs ICT or IGT, on shoulder same .side N; damages, 3d. per head. If not claimed and released before the 20th October, they will be sold at the Pound.' C[2s. 3d. Kissing Point, 2d October, by Robert Murphy; Lane Cve-blrisidle'coi? and talf, brand illegible p0ley cow, speckled; white back, part...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCT. 9. QUIT RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

FRIDAY, OCT. 9. QUIT RENTS. His Excellency the Governor, with the .advice of the Executive Council, direcis it to be notified that the following Regulations have been established for the payment and redemption of Quit-rents due upon lands under grants.fronm the Crown, namely 1st. All lnds for which twenty years' quit-rent has been already paid shall be free from further charge; and any persons who may have paid more than twenty years' quit-rent shall have the differ ence refunded to them.. 2nd. All persons who have not paid up twenty years' quit-rent, will be required to do so by yearly instalments of the annual amount due in each case, commencing in this present year; and on the com pletion of twenty years' payment they will be re lieved from all further charge. 3rd. As an inducement to parties to redeem the quit-rents due by them according to the terms laid down by this notice, they will be allowed to do so at any time within twelve months from this date, at the number of years' p...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

ENGL IliSH NEWS. By the arrival of the Dorset from Ade laide on Saturday last, we have received English intelligence to the 9th of June. We make the fbllowing extracts from the South Australian of September 29th: In:the city article of the Globe, of the 8th June, it was stated.that Ministers would be defeated on the Slave Grown Sugar, and the Irish Coercion Mea sures. The writer ;prophesies that the Ministry would be out of office before the Corn Bill passed the Lords, and goes the length of saying that 'the Peel administration would not last more than ten days. The expectation of a change of Ministry was gene ral, but it was said Sir R. Peel, for the sake of the country, would not retire till the Corn Bill.had passed the Lords. The Whigs had framed their plan of opposition, they denounced the Coercion Bill and differential duties on sugar. The Times praises ,the Lords very much for.the prompt manner in which they had .pushed on the .Corn Bill. The first reading was passed 'without ...

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INTERIOR OF AFRICA. DEATH OF MUNGO PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

;INTERIOR OF AFRICA. DEATH.. OF .+MUNGO PARK. (From the .Preston Chronicle.) .:: SBy the kindness of a friend resident in this town, we have been enabled to presentito.our readers the following particulars relating to the. death of Mungo .Park, tihe great African traveller, extracted ,from a .etter.addressed by Mr.4John. Duncan, ihose' ex ploring enterprise in the same region is well known, .to Mr. R. A..O:dfield, now of Sierra Leone, but formerly of .the Preston Dispensary. The letter is 'dat'ted-' Adopoo:lia, Cape Coast, November 2nd, 1845." At, the courtoftthe King of :Dallomy, Mr. Duncan.,says SThefirst three days were occupied in 'eviewing his female troops alone, which amounte to six Jhousand, all women. Thiese women are really most astonishing.for their discipline and certainty of their 'aim. .I saw' many of them kill Guinea fdowls and iducks, at the distnce of seventy yards, with a single .bullet-this being.the annual custom:'. Among the visitors here from wester 'and centra...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. MEETINGS HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY. Before the Chlef Commissioner. MIEETINPS HELD. In the estate of Joseph and Henry Moore, a speila( meeting was held, at which Duncan and Sons 414 Jamieson proved a claim for 5051. 1 s.'L: :. In the estate of. Andrew Donovap i ~ ' dourned single 'meting was held, but ns bp iness was done relative to: the estato. In the estate of John Qunp,?ng, sen., a single meeting was 'held, at which.. the follbwing claims were. provcd :-James Halloran, 21. 15s.; Ggorge Wright, 21, 2s. Qd,; ~ames M'Day, 21. Os. 8d. Michael Carroll, 2 4. s.; Johni Looney, 21..3 8 4d. ; William Baker, 141.; Charles Whitniey 24ltres E. H. Pollard, 651. After''ihe inolsolvit, had~l eiei examiped at considerabloe lngt, thl"e nmp~iting,was adjourned.till Tuesday week,

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

' Rb or qfthe Chronicle. c Sla-Witll m Nngled feelings of regret and indig nltion I read in last Saturday's publication of your very useful journal the details of a bill introduced into the Legislative Council, having for its assumed object the suppression of party processions in New South Wales ; l~t whichi fn realBity aitas resent stands,-is calculated to 'place the Catholics of this Colony in a position not less ignominious than when labouring in their father land, under the most bar barous penal statutes. It is to be regretted that in a `iew Colony like this, enjoying all the blessings of religious equality-a measure likely to entail such evil. consequences on the community, which it presumes to benefit, should be introduced from a quarter where justice and'impartiali[y aire expected .to be paramount to all other considerations. - lthis'bill if passed into law inits present shape, :would not only interfere in a most unjustifiable and ,impolitic manner' with r the ceremonies and ...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

INN J KLY MRTIOltOLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THU' THRRMONMTBB. I.. i .. N. R. WINI). WRINUBDAT .. OCT. 7:88s 774, N.W. 1laOa THvnILAT ...... 8j 681860 ,SB. I Cloudy FRIDAY ........... 7.18 C N.E. iN Ditto ATronDoA.......... 10 684 70 8 8.E. Clear StSNBUV............ 16071 7O1N.W. Cloudy MONDAY....... .... 12 88 62 801 8.9. )laloy TOIAY 3 81 W0 8L.E. Cloudy Cod TURSD Ma ......u... 13 60 161, . C Mesn temyeratus. 670.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. rT'HE Office of this Journal is-removed , from this date, to No. 133, King street East, next door, to Mr. Brown's, Grocer, where all communications are -re quested to be addressed. Chronicle Office, Sydney, Oct. 3, 1846.5 GEELONG. Mli R. JOHN :MURP hYhasabeen ap .I . ,pointed Agent for this :Journal in :.the above districjf. Chronicle Office,'Oct. Gth, 1846. CLARENCE TOWN AND DUNGOG. "/R. THOMAS TIERNEY has been appointed Agent for this Journalin the above districts. Chronicle Office, Oct. 6th, 1846.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

BIRTH, On the 11th instant, at her residence, 321, George- street, MRS. DENIS McENCROE , of a son.

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CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

t" '.CATHOLIC INSTITUTE; (Froii thce London Beacon, May 2.) L On Tuesday .last, two meetings of great interest were held-the- Protestant Society for Propigating ithe- Gospel, aid the Catholicd Institute of ;Great :Britain; for protecting Catholiorgigts of conscience and forwivrding the education of the humbler classes of that body; "The first has been in existence for 140' years, and its income, originally £2,000 per annum, is now .£60,0O0; and '?ordGlenelg stated, 'that whilst the Anglican Church was the" Guardian of the Reformation," he deemed;it necessary for her ability to spread the truth abroad in hialthen lands, instead of delegating that offlice'to other denomina tions of; Christians; and, that if the British nation cordially' supported the Society; ini no leag period its efforts would.be conspicuous in every part of the. world. - The pages of The Beacon of this day will exhibit to ;his-Lordship the extent of the duty he thui chalks out for .his Church and SocIety. The admir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT, To SAIL ON MONDAY- 19rH. OCTOBER. Sr' H E fine fast=sailing " - Packet-brig DORSET, David Walsh, Commander.. The regularity with which this vessel makes her passages to and from Adelaide can only be equalled by a steaim-bot, and being a constant trader, Passengers are'iwell found in every requisite; her accommodations are first-rate. For Freight or Passage, apply to J. M. SOLOMON, South Australian Packet Olfice, Liverpool Wharf, near Queen's Wharf. October 10. 3821 SUBSCRIPTION LIST FOR 'THE IRISH RELLEF FUND.   ' . £ " . d. Amount already advertised ... 2023 14. 4 David Goggin ...... 0 7 . "Margaret Feehan ' ..... " 2 ' Mr. Hieronimis, of Wellington . 1 0 0 Dr. Ridhardson' .... 2 0 0 Collected byW. G. Moore-Sundry small . :, subscriptions in his room .. .. 0.... 0 0 Received at the Bank of Nevir South Wales 38 11 0 Subscribed by tlie Members of tihe St. Patrick's * :Total Abstiieiice Beefit Soelety. Rev. .. C. Sumner (2nid subsilriition)'; . ? 0 0'...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

INSOLVENCY: PROCEEDINGS.. NEW INsOLVEZNT!*. The following estates were sequestrated on Mon day, the 5tlt.instant: `--, Thomas Charles Thomnasb of Burke-stret' Surry BHills lat of Rodty Hill, nei Penrith, gentleman. Buichinson hell, official asslgnee. < i,; James;' Brotherston? L aughton: of Kent-street North, Sydney, schoolmaster. Debts, 4491.'2s 2d. Assets -personal property, '1341. 13s.. Sd.; out standing debts, exclusive of bad and doubtful debts,. 211. 18s. d. Balance deficiency, 2921. l0s.-Clark Irving, ofiicialassignee., :..Thealfollowing note' is- appended to, the above schedule :-" My insolvency is to be attributed to tlie' folioiqg circum-istances i n the. month of March, 1845, the Committee of Management of the Sydney College granted leave of absence for two years to Thominas Henrh Braim, Esq then .heaii master of that institution; I then agreed to pay Mr. Braim the sum of £300, by eight promissory notes for. £37 10os. each, at :successive qiiarterly ,dates, con...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14, 1846. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS CABINET CHANGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. VEDNNESDAY1. OCT. 14, .1846. JATESr ENGLISH NEWS, CABINET CHANGES, '&c. IN another column will'be found, from the South Australian, Jnews from England. to a later date than ,hithlerto received., . On that portion of our South Australian Contemporary's summary, which relates to the"" prophecies" of a writer in the Globe, we have, however, a few remarks to muke. So far as obscurity and apparently irrecon cilealnle contradiction are characteristic of the prophetic style,; the annundiations from the Globe have the true oracular tact, while allotting but ten ;days, as the period when the truth of, lis prophecy )vill e brought to the test, evinces that the "writer has omple self-confidence in lis own foreseeing gift. But.the averment.that "Sir Robert Peel, for the sake of the. country, would not retire until the Corn Bill had passed the Lords," is so life cult to reconcile with the prophetic declaration that ' the Ministry would be out of office before the, C...

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THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

THIIE EDUCATION QUESTION. Ai.TriOUICo Mr. Lowe's resolution on the subject of education has been carried in the Legislative Couricil by a majority of two, yet we have the fullest confidence in the prudence and sound judgment of his Ex cellency Sir Charles Fitz Roy, and we feel convinced that his Excellency will not give his assejt 'to a question-of such vast im portance, until he is fully, aware of the feelings and ideas of the great mijority of the colonists regarding the question of General Education. We 'are the advocates' of the best systen of education whic:h can be devised for the instruction of our colonial -youth, but we are full)` conviniced thati Lord Stanley's Irish system 'would not be in accordance with the wants or wishes of those who stand most in need of'educatiosi ii this Colony, namely, the'middling and labouring classes and we are equally satisfied that the colonial revenue will never be' able to furnish such an enormous sum as will be required to carry out the sy...

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THE PARTY PROGESSIONS' BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

THE PARTY PROCESSIONS' BILL, In our last oe briefly noticed the details of this Bill, and expressed our hope that the various soeie. ties, that wouild be afected by its operation, would not be backward in petitioning against it. We-are glad to percrive that this has been done In an energetic manner. .,: On,Sunday,. a special meeting, of' tdie. Guild of St. Mary and St. Joseph wang eld for, thm purpose of adopting, a petition agidnstthe 'ill, The WVARDEN pointed out thli effect 'wTIcils flo Bilr would have if passed as it now stands, nit only wi'?h respect: to the Guild, but, also to. other useful oand benevolent societies, and. called the attention of the meeting to the absurdities of several of its provisions, which,.if adopted, would, if carried out, justifyaaa Interference on the part of thie police. with the ceremonies and processions of the clergy both in and out of their cihurches; and furither thlit it wos unless greatly modified and 'amenlded, intiodu.e: into this Colony the...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

IMPORTS. October 12.-I-ombaay, barque, 400 tons, Captain Moore, from Greenock : Cargo for Sydney-5 bales linens and cottons, 2 cases port wine, W. Walker and Co ; 4 boxes linens, I box boi'nets, 35 boxes and 12 bales linens and cottons, .D. and J. Dickson; 5 bales 3 cases and 1 box cottons, 5 boxes and 1 bale, apparel, D. Peden; 2 bales cottons, 18 ho-sheads and 2 tierces earthenware, Gilchrist and'Alexahder; 4 boxes s.ddlery, I box shawls, J. Graham and Co.; 2 bales woollens, amith and Campbell; 4 boxes linens, J. M. Somerville; I box books, 1 cask and I box medicines, 3 boxes small-wares, I cask hardware, 0 hogsheads and 8 quarter-casks Spanish wine, 3 bales linen canvas, John Smith; 2 bales cottons, R. Brown and Co.; 5 casks whiskey, George Small ; 34 barrels and I hogshead salt, J. Moore; 1 box papers, G. Berry ; 2 boxes thread, 45 barrels and 123 half-barrels white herrings, 124 half-barrels red herrings, Robert How and Co. ; 100 bundles ranges, 9 kitchen ranges, 12 grates, 12 ...

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TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

TURNING OVER A NEW LEAP. From Sam Sly's African Journal. " No unwelcome news."-Two Gents. of Verona. " In times like these," when.nothing goes down but a Kaffir, and everything rises-in price-but News., When the wings of commerce are clipped, and man " concentrates his affairs"-yea, even to so small a compass, as almost to leave his effects im perceptible-then, it is high time to be " turning over a new leaf." .In times like these, when an Editor has written the hair off his pate, the teeth out of his mouth, and the money.out of both his pockets, then also is it reasonable and seasonable to be "turning over a new leaf." When Captain A- -- whispers soft nothings, antd allants with Miss B---, and finds that his ".half pay" does not half pay the expense thereof, and many dinners, ti.Ons, and suppers, are given .by papa, under thle, impression ,that some change may lie effected in the family, iteis high time,,on the part of the said papa to hint a suggestion, and to presume on an inquir...

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Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Therry. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846

S uprent ...to rt. -o- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. CRIMINAL. JURjSDICTION., Before His Honor Mlr. Justice TVerry. ASSAULT. John Curtis, a private soldier of the 99th regiment, was indicted for having, a BDrisbane, on the 20th May last, assaulted one Jane Cook, ir child under ten years of age, with intent to commit a rape. The Jury returned a verdict of guilty, and the prisonier was sentenced to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in SydneyGaol for two years, and at the.end of that time to be returned to his regiment. LARCENY ON THE HIGH SEAS. John Hopkins, a man of colour, was indicted for having, in July last, on board a certain vessel called the Ariel, on the high seas, stolen two pistols, the property of Stephen Sturgeon. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to be imprisoned for.six months. SHEEP STEALING. Robert Jones was indicted for having, at Liver pool, on the 4th August last, stolen 177 sheep, the property of one *John Pathick, and another his partner. The jury returned...

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