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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JULY 14. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

4Dbcintac-it 0-- settc. TUESDAY, JULY 14. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Lieutenant-Gdneral Sir Maurice Charles O'Connell, Knight, Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Senior Military Officer in Command of Her Majesty's Forces within the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the same, &c., &c. Whereas -Her Majesty Queen Victoria was gra ciously pleased, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal' of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, dated the 5th day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, to appo!nt His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, to be Cap tain-General and Governor-in-Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its De pendencies; And whereas Her said Majesty was further pleased, by the said Letters Patent, to signify her royal will and pleasure, that if, upon the death or absence from the said Territory and its De pendencies of the said Sir George Gip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

*AGENTS TO`TEC Ol '`` GOULBURN-Ma'. CARNET. ++P BEKEIMA--Ma. B. M'MdiuoV., PATERSON-. A 3.' .:O'ýuL~txy4zq. +i^ýC .PAILEAMATTA. -MR.' P. ,CAILDWW1. « ".''POILT.=PuILLIU' -MR. J. .BliLxE.w:+..+i'_.'" 'WOL ONOONO--MR. Tho~iia Few..s k~:; BATIIURST--ME,. T. JONE~t.,.' QuEA.NIEYAN-MR. 3. 3. `SaIauZ.'i MA1TLAND--M1R. .T. .MAUOtta CAMPBELLTOWN, &c.-Ma. 'M AIaTUs.. WINDOa-R-ME. JAMiia CABSIDY. PENRITHI-MR. JAMES 'M'CAaTai.T J~aRT'8tPLAuNB&-MR. '. 3.: ýItTV3.?ý' Bu~boONIA--MR . EDWAEIII$BgNxES ADELADIDE--MR. JOHN. NowxrAMD...' Y~eas-MiR. C. Rounis.. "PubI{R1ed in the' Cbitdee K ngdomsl 5*!. *Ma. 3ortas< 63, PAT~sawOSTs.-aoW, I~gtbr t 744: V. .J: BATTmR.5r614, Erax-ns.putq Pie SPrilttedi(or.tt atproprietor. by, EDIWAIW JQ1fN HAM ZS I~' k' otA .de~r~n, in the couty, of COarIb3s4 gsiflad ppb Sidney, Now So4tIa Wu i, qStoLrd1,J~al 13, 3146.

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, JULY 14. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

TUESDAY, JULY 14. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. PERJURY. Alexander. Buyers was indicted for having at Camden, on the 21st of March last, committed wil ful and corrupt perjury, in a deposition which to made befqre J. Macarthur, Esq. J.P. Mr. Purefoy appeared for the prisoner. The alleged perjury it appeared arose out of a case in which the prisoner charged two men named Gundry and Roach with having robbed him of one £5 note, and three £1 'notes, in Mr. Flinn's, public house at Narrellan, on last St. Patrick's Day.' Both these men were taken into custody on charge of the robbery. but on their examination at the police office, they were discharged, and Buyers himself was committed for perjury. The jury after a short consultation returned a verdict of not guilty. His Honor in discharging the prisoner said, the magistrate had acted right in committing the pri soner for trial, but at the same time lie (the Judge) concurrred with the verdict just returned by th...

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Bathurst [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

CFProm a Correspondent.) Inoa t. AlAi innquest was held 'in this town, before J. SuitherLind, L'sq., coroner for' the distrlit, on Thursday the 11th instant, on the body of a child named JamepKelly, who died from Injuries received from, his cloehes catching tire. It appeared from the a! dence elicited, that the mother, a poor woman, who obtained her living by washing, was hanging some clothes todry; a pot containing clothes which was bollihgon the fire, boiled over, and aseistee of tlib debeaked In taking thepot from the fire, drew ftloWo ire towards tlo deceased, who was standing by, wheni his clothes i igritted; every assistance was rendered 'by the !neighbours, 'who' heard "the screams of the =children, but the deceased' was burnt so much that he' died in a 'fea hours.' How careful ought parents to be in leaving"children by them selves near fire,' how-many- deaths 'do we hear of hapecning froni the same cause. T'rue Cmnuacm-OurCatholic Church here begins to present a finished app...

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MR. O'CONNELL AS A LANDLORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

MR? O'CONNELL AS A LANDLORD. [We feel great pleasure in re-jpublishing, from the Cork* Sbthern Reporter, the following letter in'vindicatlon of'Mr. O'Connell as alandlord; We never for'a mnoment entertained"ltheslightest idea that the statemonts made by the" Times Commis sloner" were correct, and the complete expoiure of that veritable gentleman's assertions, given by Mr. Primrose must, we are sure, prove gratifying to e every admircr, of the most illustrious individual of his age.-Eu.: Cisaox. 1 70 TIDE' EDITOR OF. THE CORK. CONSTITUTION, Lloyd's Hotel, Cork; Jan. 28, 1840. Ss-- My attention has been directed, since my arrival, in this city, to 'a letter published in your paper of the-.2Cth inst., signed by a Mr. George Twiss, commenting in no very measured terms on the character of Mr. O'Connell' as a Landlord, and inijich letter the gentleman has thought necessary to introduce my name as mixed up with the pro ceedings. I think It but an act'of common justice to Mr. O'Connell, who...

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ADDRESS TO SIR GEORGE GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

ADDRESSES TO SIR GEORGE GIPPS. A great number of addresses from various parts of the Colony, besides those we have already pub lished, were presenteq to the late Governor prior to his departure from our shores, all of them breathing the warmest attachment to his person, and coincid ing generally with the line of policy he had pursued during his administration of t .0 affairs of the Co lony. We have, however, only room for the two following:. the first from the inhabitants of the counties of Cumberland and Camden, anti the se cond from the Catholics of Maitland: (Presented 11th July, 164G6,from Camden.) To His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Cap tain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Ter ritory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., &c., The humble Address of the, undersigned Colonists of New South Wales. May it please your Excellency, We, the undersigned. Colonists of New South Wales, beg to wait upon your Excellency, upon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

The "ydneu hrnnicle is published twice a week, on W diesday and Saturda;, and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Pan Diemen's Land, Soutl dustralia, New Zealand,. and I " and in England, Scotland; dIrelanŽ.--- Quartesend on the 31st 'March, 30thkJune; 30th September; and' 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers ?should' mark on ertisementthenumbero insertions required other d;ea thy are con inueh till counermaded m shaieo 'discontinue or alter advvrdisemseuts musthbe sent itn be/ore six o'clock on the eveninags of Tusesday and Friday;. but newo adaerlisemnents~ are received till six o'tlock tb e evening'before mublctii.Al berton ivei witing >and alletrsk postaidt 9 t wtr rd Crd T HJE HSUJBSC IBhRlS ,to .this Iaper,i as d the rublic in general, are respect-n fi ly informed, that the following rules will in ibture lie strictly adIered to 1N SYDNEY-TFe Subscription is Ten. Shillinggpeir qu...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1846. SIR GEORGE GIPPS AND THE FACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

THEE ]SYDNEY CHRONICLE. DA1TURDAY, JULY 18, 1846. SIR GEORGE GIPPS. AND THE FACTION. "I believe now, as firmly as ever, that on the good faith of 'the British ' Parliament; and on the honour- of- the British Crown, the people of this Colony may most securely rest for the advancement -of their real Interests, and that they will therein find the safest guarantee for the continued enjoyment of rational liberty. "And 'Gentlemei,' I am no less persuaded, that so long as this Colony continues to form'a part of. the British EEmFire, it-must be governed on prin ciples which are British ; that persons who claim to be Her Majesty's subjects, cannot at the same time be members of an Independent Republic; and lastly, Gentlemen, Iamost firmly and entirely believe, that the great, tine immense majority, *of the people of New South Wales, neither seek nor, desire to be so." .. Ssa Gaoaos GiePs. Stcir are some of. the parting words of our late lamented ruler Sir George Gipps ; such. are the eloquen...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

iritis, lr Extrcts. o- S~ urOULA Co.ERasIoN'--Rome, August 10th, 1845. . The Abbe Corinolly formerly minister of the Protestant Episcopalian Church, at Natches, United States, has just sung his first mass, and has given tile holy Communion to his interesting young wife, who has begun hler novitiate in the convent. She has lived there for some montths, seeing her two,children foi a few hours only each day, iq tihe garden' attached to the clhurch. Their liistory is a romantic one, Both are converts, and hhave parted by' mutual consent, todedicate themselves totlie service of God in religion. THen ' DAILY News" EXPaEss.-A full report of Sir Robert Peel's statement, on Tuesday night, was' received in Newcastle before 10 o'clock on the following morning ! This was accomplished by a speciAl edition of the Daily News, a' new niorning paper, the proprietors of which had engaged an express trai"i on the various lines of railway between here and London. The circuimstance having become kn?sin ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

-0 ": ; A-. , A? . 'I , ' i Jly 19:1 Skerne, brig,'12l.tons; Captain Love, from: Moreton Bay. tLbe :4th jqjtant.: Passenger Mr. Sutiton . 10. -Terror, hchooner 5 t ns Cpt. Dnnning, froi'AUiklaind tihe 2nd, and tlie By of Islands the 6th instant. Passengers--Mr.W. Spain,Mr. Simms, Mr. )E H..Hargraves,: Mr. and Mrs. i)uckey, and Miss Browo. .20.-Alaukin, brig, 146 tons, Captain, Cooney, from 'Auckland' the 6th instant. Passengers--Mr. and Mrdi LeAsie, and two'children, Mr. L. Reeves; and iMr. F. Silver. 20.--Maitiarid, 'steamer, 109 tons, Captain Par.: sons, from Port, Macquarie., 'Passengers-, Mrs, Steyns and twp sons, Miss Hamilton, Mr. Edwards, Mr. Durbin, Lieutenant' de Wihton, Mr. Andrews, and' tn: n theo steerage. '; u'i - 17 ar b'dr Bqn 'n ' Cptai" Leveos, for Port Nicholsoni ia+Twofold Bay, in ballast:; 17.-Augustus, barque, Captain' Rolls, for.Mel:. bourne,. ' Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. 'Bringher. -17.- JWaterlily, schooner, Captain rHay'le, for Hobart,Town, . Passengers-Mr. Rei...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

(Fromn the Maitland Mercury.) MaLANCHcOLY ACCIDENT.-A most melancholy accident occurred at Mr. Keddie's coal pit, in East Maitland, on Thursday last. About half-past one on that day a collier named Elias Jones, who resided on the Morpeth road, and who was about to enter Mr. Keddie's service, went to examine the pit. Thinking he could lower himself down, he put his leg through a loop at one end of a rope which was over a sheave at the mouth of the pit, caught hold of the other end, and swung himself off'. He had no sooner done so than his weight overpowered his strength, and he fell to the bottom of the pit, a distance of about forty-five feet. A little boy, a son of Mr. Keddie's groom, who was standing by, seeing the man disappear so suddenly, ran and told his mother, who immediately gave an alarm. A new rppe was obtained with as little delay as pos sible, and Mr. Keddie was lowered down into thepit. When he raised Jones up, the poor fellow opened his eyes, and expired almost immedi...

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THE HON. THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

THE HON. TIHE COLONIAL SECRETARY. In this age of " Testimonials" and under the excitement of anger at the conduct. of the personal enemies of Sir George Gipps, attention has been very naturally directed to the excellent man a.ho has so very ably filled tlhe office .of Colonial Secretary during his Excellency's entire administration. If in one, and an enlarged sense our late Governor will be conspicuous in the pages of our Colonial history, as "' the pilot who weathered the storm"--n a minor point of view, but with the strictest applicability to fact, the designation belongs to the Honorable E. Deas Thomson. We shall perhaps, (but may the period be long delayed) have occasion in the dis charge of our public duties to particularize those traits in the honorable gentleman's character, and those special acts in his ministerial career, which would justify the highest eulogium at its close. For the pre sent, it appears to be most becoming'sim ply to call to public and grateful remem branc...

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ORANGEISM. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

ORANGEISM, , We extract the following paragraph from the Port Phillip 'Patriot of `the 14th instant, and we flly 'concur in the remarks with which it concludes, The attempt'to sow the seed of dissension cannot be sqfiiclently reprobated, and though we cannot justify the assailants in their attack upon the Pastoral Hotel, we cannot but condemn in tlhe most emphatic manner tle waniton insult 'cast upon the Catholic community by' te Orangemen of Melbourne, in the display of their obnoxious banner, ; had life been lost we do think the blame would have lain at their.door. ' iriLO" OUTRAEo.-BATTLrs OF Tnia'BoyNEs. Iiiconseqlence: of one of those useless exhibitions of political partizanslhip, denominated Orangeism, arranged to come off at the Pastoral Hotel yesterday evening in the shape of a dinner given by the inembers of the Melbourne Orange Lodge to cele brate the anniversary of the Boyne Water, a serious disturbance, in which, it is said, tlhree individuals '?a'vb been "wotpded, took...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

AGENTS FOR TUE CHRONICTS,' GOULDURNN-MI. CAn ,.aY. BEaRIMAA--Mn. B. M'.AUPo . ... "PATERnsoN-MR. J. O'SULLIVAN. "PAaAMATTA -MR. P.'CARDIFF. PoRT PIILIr -Ma. J. BULLEN. WoLLONcON?a-MR. THOMAS FOWLEn. BAruunsT--MR. .'T. JONES.. QUIANDEYAN-MR.. 3. J. WoRIHT. MAIt.LAND--MR. T. 'MAHON. CAIIPDELLTOWN, &C.-M-. l'M'ALIsTU; WINDsoRL-MA. JAMES' CASSIDY. SPENITII-Ma. JAMES 'M'CARTII. ' JERRa'S PLAINS-MR. . 3. JHARPUI BoNOONIA-MR. EDWARD HUGHEB, AnnLAMHE-MR. JOHN NOWixAND. YAss--MR. C. ROURIE. PublishIed in. the tated Kingddom, y' * Ma. JoNEs, 63,. PATaRNOSTsR.Row, ?'ONDr.N MR. W. J. BATTr?IUT, 10, Essax.E.DRIDOn,PAI' 41AM~tNT.STREET, Qua"+.IN. Printed for the Proprietr:by,.RDWARD IflWiN MA1WETIa LL4.Y,.oaf P'edforn, in.?e Coqz ty qf,#rCpstliata , "i, if ,hed by itn at Uhs Chronicle (O6INo.2?, Ohbqlott-e. s?ydney, New South Waise..''F?dnee~ Jdl" L t

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Government Gazette, FRIDAY, JULY 17. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

Soulretattent .a ette, -0 FRIDAY, JULY 17. IMPOUNDINOB. Windsor, on the 14th day of July, from Wil. mington, by order of J. A. Betts-blue and white heifer, no brands legible, 18 months old, tip offl te near ear, damages 3d. If not claimed and released on or before the 7th of August, will be sold. [Os. Anvil Creek, on the lth day of July-bay horse, aged, star in forehead, switch tail, saddle and collar -marked, off knee broken, slight scars about eyes, shod all round, branded W on neck off side, an illegible brand supposed to be TE conjoined off shoulder, no other brands legible. If not re leased will be sold in twenty-four days from the date of this advertisement. [gs. Gd. St. Aubin's Pound, Scone, on the 6th day of July, from Dartbrook-yellow and white cow, piece off off car, branded SC off rump, C with 2 under off shoulder, OR near rump; red bullock, same brands; white cow, red spots about thelhead and neck, branded KER near ribs, with a white heifer calf by her side, red spots ab...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

WE( KLY ,ETBORIOLO? ICAL.T.AI.E. VARIATION Of TR THERMOMRTRRl. Wo. N. N. o. WIND. W--DNSDAT....JULY IS 49 52 ar 8.W. Rainy TROIalDAr ......... |*18 5 5 SK. Cloudy FalIDAt ............ 174 1 4?0 8, W. Dituo SATrURDAY..e..... ... 18,44 h2 h1 S.W. Clear SUNDAY ............ 19 44 68 Al 8 W. Ditto M(OlnDAr ............ 2i 48 6' 58 .E ' Ditto TaZsDAY .......... 21 468 ' 66t S.H. Cloudy Mean temperature, $0?o,

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDBNTS. JAcoUns.-This communication came too late for to-day's publication, but it shall appear in our next.

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THE LATE VERY REV. JUSTIN M'NAMARA. THE MONTH'S MIND—THE SERMON—FEARFUL PANIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

THE LATE VERY REV. JUSTIN M'NAMARA. THE MONTH'S MIND-THE SERMON FEARFUL PANIC. (Abridged from the Cork Examiner, February 4.) " Yesterday was a day of deep and terrible interest for the inhabitants of Kinsale, the memory of which will endure for many years, even so long as those who shared in it shall exist in this life. Not only was the .day rendered remarkable by the sad and mournful solemnity by which Religion commemo rates the .loss of her noblest pillars and prondes£ ornaments, but by one of.those fearful panics which scatter .dismay and terror through assembled mul titudes, and actually realise the danger which the imagination alone creates. From an early hour in the morning, the clergy and the parishioners began to assemble in theparish chapel, the interior of which as well as theporch were decked with the,livery of woe. The congrega .tioni amounted to between 5000 and 6000 persons, and the pressure was particularly great inthbe large gallery facing the altar, in which more t...

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IRELAND—THE TIMES AND THE QUARTERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

IRELAND-THE TIMES AND THE QUAR TERLY. (From the Weekly Freeman.) Every cur snaps at the flesiless bone. Clean picked as poor Ireland is, yet John Wilson Croker, who las specially taken to himself the department of Irish policy In the quarterly Review, hasa fresh gnaw at the polished surface. Mr. Croker is pecu. liarly infelicitous in his assertions as well as his deductions. lie runs up a column "of raw and poisonous statistics," for the avid orators who figure at agricultural meetings-well enough to do pabu lum for the hungering friends of protection to serve a temporary purpose-but when exposed to the harsh probe of accurate calculation, the imposhag files fade away into nothingness, and the Bditor of Boswell stands a confessed political deception. We have, however, nothing to do at present with ,the general quarrel between Leaguers and anti Leaguers. When the time comes, and the ministe rial coup is more fully developed, we shall speak on behalf of country and ourselves. In the m...

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GREAT ACQUAINTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

.. GREAT ACQUAINTANCE, (From the Enylishl Gentleman.) . ] A Soaws raoac Bow-saraaer.-Mr. Christopher Sharpley, was brought from the Station House le fore the sitting magistrate charged with being ups', roarious in the- streets and threatening to; pull. a house down.: Mr. Sharpley,,'was a half-grown gentleman, with boiled-herring eyes.which never theless -expressed a degree of complacency equal to that of a city chaplain at feeding time, or a sucking barrister to the sound-of his own voice. The upper part of Mr. Sharpley's forehead was so completely denuded of hair that it was insinuated he hiulshetved for intellect, or rather that he had cultivated frontal development, which :stands for intellect.. In.his shirt, not overwhite, -he wore a large paste' breast pin, which shone nearly as bright as a real diamond -and on the third finger.of his right hand a ring; of equal value, which he took care to -display, and to which, according to his. story, a most affecting history was attached, ...

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