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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

(Fromm Murray's Review.) . We have only seen (by the kind favour of .Mr. Robert Kerr) the London papers of the 3rd aod '4l i September, our own being on board the Ason'or the Mawfoleroi both of which ships started about the sametihne with the Jane Francesl. It appears that, the Queen embarked upon her maritime e'xpeditin on the' 29th August, 'io the Victoria ad 'Albert steam-frigate, attended by three firstirates, an eiglhty gun ship, and a strong squadron 'of frigates. 'Afte her Majesty had visited the Channel ports of har own island, in which she was enthoniastically re. ceived, she passed over direct to the'coast of Franc. It is now apparent that the visit to that country bad' been pre-arranged, although 'certainly~fol the first time inu British- history since the" Revolution `the Sovereign had quitted the British Kingdom' wiithot notification to Parliament. It was ascertain?ed King L6uis Philippe, with the King andpQ?ueen (hjisdaughter) of the Belgians, had arrivedi at the Chate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

AGIHN'ra Volt.TUB HltNIQV _U.1 Broulce, Mr. $3., M'Csuley. Patleron, Mr. J. qO'ullivrao.,ý, :.r Parramalts, MZr. Reypold ,;,PIort lh/ll/p, Mr.,J., ullea, . '' '~~ ", Wpillpgqqg, M . Edward yr r j -". . ,. .... ,, BathLurat,.Mt,T. Jogeqqs* .,. ;,: qowalbsro, Mr. HllnriTbognp.oo; I, ,Hobgitt Town, Mr. JohnAegaq Begs =' "::.:, Hokiaugay Mr;.T. Poiaitou:n ., . ;,"; . *MaitUand Mr. Des,. * Mudgee, Mr., E.Snampepn * fmpbslltown,&a., Mr. M'Allurr·r : ".;: ',-, Wkndaor,. Mr, JamsaCaaiidypx ., ~ ,; .. .epqRtlh, Mr. aameper 1'arlhy:tý ,\ ýU;i " Jerry's Plains, Mr."J. . Herper * l3ungganja, .Mj,,1 d, wsd gHes . VW.olJornl$, Mr. Michael IyFne "·: " r: .Puttls~mj4rjtc~n ,U q ld XK~iegdomn by,,,;. · r iI Jon esae,,Cl, Pgternoater~roR3,.Loý}dotp :;,,; Mr. L4Lreet flnhln.4 if!.r qxrkdrreg Yarli!! mmentLetreet,. Pubtip.. i.r: . ' , t .ln(~ ·~ d0 6 Priited and wllale ii" .ifiQQ AT4jL ý1iglC,,o , rI lgp.treei Othephrqlo} 9toi' u b' g pr o. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

N O'? ICE. . r'1 HE Subscribers to this paper are I. respectfully informed ,that the bol. .lowiqg rules will be .strictly qdherod 'to. IN SYDNEY No New rSubscriber will be received without one iuarter :being paid in ad. 'Vance. • , N THE'COUNTR-Y 'No New Subscriber will be received witlout half a year being paid in ad vance. In il, eddses the Subscription will be Ten Shillings per quarter. Noe A.dver.tisenents will be received from persons' who are not subscribers, without paylentiin advance. " Chroniole" 'Ofice. December 12. it)O )I JU. AGFN'I'S. 1'?1'E Agents to. ,theo " 'Chronicle' "I are requesteil tofuraish.latoiements ,of Acdounts 'from their respective dis tricts; in 'order that the itroprietors of the -late -" Australasian Chroniolen" ay take profitit i<tieasires for thet recover ..of their dets. " ' "' hronicle" Oflies, Dec. 12.

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KERCHT ON THE VINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

KERCHT ON THE VINE. Mn. BAKER has been so kind as to oblige us with a copy' of .KERCHIT'S Practical Culture of the. Vine, r:whichr we: have not had time nor space to notice sooner. It appears to contain much sound sense, aided by practical knowledge, and -cannot fail, if read, to improve. the ,mode of culture of that most .valuable ,production, the importance of which to= the; .Colony, cannot be too often or too strongly:pressed upon public attention. . Kerclt's little. work would,.have been more intelligible to'English readers, if the translator, instead of. following the.Geraman terms, had used.. the old .English ones, to be found in Abercomby's Gardener, such as thighs, knots, .rods, ofsets, fruit . ees, ..(al-. ways called in English fruit-buds) water rods, sinkers, &c. We, long practised as we are,in gardening, found these new aid uncouth iterns (even though they. are ex plained) to require a, strqiiesd -attention, which was unpleasant, ' The method l~e recommends 'of p...

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PROPHECIES OF THE LATE MADAME LE NORMAND AS TO ENGLAND, IRELAND, AND SPAIN ! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

PIiPHECIES OFrTIiE LATE, MADAAIE LI NORMAND ASTO ENGLANTD, JIIL4ND,, AND SPAIN.I ,,, Our readers will recollect otrh?vip pnticed, some six, weekspr,,so ago, the deth of ,the, celebrated French Sybil, Madame Le Normand, the universal reloiee for all who were in perplexity in Paris, and even the more redote localities of France, and the extraordinary perspicuity of wlose disceroment, or alleged prophelle powers, had, procured for her a moet evtended fame. ie foeptold; it is said, the fall of Robespierre by the, gillotine, at a moment when he was in, the zenith rf1.is. glery, ;and eve?. where receiving the, ,!Pfiftrou homapg of .is volatile adherents. Ste also foreold &ll Na poleon was at Elba) the eingi of thei hndri days1 and the close of tu areer o?e ambitious C?aic. These hsutances, amopgs3 many ohe s, of hr pro phetic powers, are spoken of as Pct'I in all clralei of saris; and, altough, there, mayuae ,oloil,ýg very1 wonderful in her vytiloatliop, in the phgye es59, yet the...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

iUHI?{ VA'I?it IN SDNVEY CUVE. , . 'TRS4 -DAT. 80 min. p8 morning 'I min p. 8 evening rnonaow. 16 min. p. 9 morning I 42 min. p. 9 evening MONDAY. ' mln.p 10 morning I 0 min. p.10 eveninug L4 min. p.10 morning ( 18 min.p., evening WEDNItsDAY. M2min.p. 11 morning I 0 mln. p. 12 evening THUOJDAT. 10 min p. 12 anoru?ig ,4 wmin. p.12 evening 28 min. p. mornoing '2 min. p.l evenuing Sun rises this day 1 min. p. 6; setl mirin. p.7. ullI Moon, Ltb, 380m!n. past 'morn.

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The Catholic Servant's Apology, for refusing to attend at any place of Worship but his own. By the late Rev. Arthur O'Leary. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

The CGtheliSeranst's Apolgyf v refusing to tenrld as asny. Ploe.eji Worhip but his o.w. By B . , . te. late Rev. Art lr O!Leary. An lFish lady. of ashwon, whose servants were all IomanOatholics, having endeavoured, but in vain, to persuade them' to go with> her to the parish ehurhb, during her temporary residence in a part of this"country? W'hrer' no 'Catholilo priest' nor chapel could be found, at length committed her arguments to writing, apd handed the paper to her waiting. maid, the daughter of 'a teiint'of'his lordship; in hopes itat she, at least, might be prevailed upon to , '1 he young ?oma~n, hvipg seaeti tly ?eelared hIer inability to answer 'the argumenti therdin' itated, requested, and obtained her ladyship's permission, to submit them to the perusal of a friend, promising, that if tley appeared to him. conclusrle, she w6uld no longer refrain frohi coniplying with her ladyship's wishes. , A coaingly, on the arrival of the family in'Londonti shortl after, sli presented...

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CONFUSION OF IDEAS.—THE "HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

CONFU.SION OF IDEAS.- THE : "HERALD." IT is strange how some men of good un derstanding and sound information on several .subjects, get bewildered in' their ideas,.when treating.of the "'Catholic Reli gion.'!. This was fully exemplified in' the Herald of Thursday, "in alluding to. theo remark of the Rev. Mr. M'Encroe, at the Catholic Meeting. on last Monday, that: " Religiois ascendancy would be the bane. of this country, at it has been of every. other.country in which it prevai!ed." The Rev. Speaker was not then dis cussing any point of doctrine of his own or any other Church, but contending against the "injustice,'.' on the part of the State, of comnpelling any one class of christians to pay for the religious worship of another,.as occurred wheriever the State established a "taxing . ascendancy" in one. favoured, Church, to.mulct the members of all others not similarly favoured. The Herald.asserts, as far as his reading goes, "that the Ro nman Catholic Church has always held in he...

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CATHOLIC SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

CATHOLIC SERVANTS. . As. it but too frequently' happens, that Ct tholic servants in non-catholic families,-are denied the liberty of attenriding at the di vine worship of 'their Church, on Sundays and holidays; of obligation,, (few as the. latter now are;) but in lieu, are offered,the equivalent of attending at prayers read in the hoitse; 'which, when' they refuse, the master or mistress, (ignorant of Catholic principles) commonly express great astonish ment, and not unfrequently indignation, which is even' carried out into -acts of severity. Now this being a cruel hardship on the poor servants; and as many masters do it bond fide, and with the best intentions, we plublish the following letter from a poor servant thus aggrieved, with the Rev. A.. O'Leary's opinion on the same point, given many years ago in London, in the hope, that masters and mistresses, (who ought to rejoice at seeing their servants punctual in the observance of their religious. duties,) will be induced' to become...

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BATTLE OF TARA IN 1798. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

BATTLE OF TARA IN 1798. -g5 •This action was (ought on the 26th of May Gordon and Musgrave allege that there were 4,000 of the insurgents who are admitted, however, to have been in a state of great disorganization. The force opposed to them are said to have been only 400, but there were three companies of the regiment of Reay Fencibles, with a piece of artillery, under the com mand of Captain M'Lean, Lord Fingah's troop of yeoman cavalry, Captain Preston's troop, the Lower Kells troop, and Captain Molloy's company ol yeoman infantry. It has been observed that the position of this hill, placed as it is in a widely sur rounding plain, is well adapted for defence against an attacking foe, but ill for escape from victorious cavalry, from whose pursuit they could only be pro tected by the enclosures of the field, so that many doubtless were killed and wounded on this occasion. The insurgents received the King's forces in a very defying manner, and were the assailants. It is stated that t...

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RURAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

RURAL-AFFAIRS. As we intenid at all' tim ` to deote our best exertions to further tihe` pr?'dutioni??sd of mother earth, ii:, all tEir.ri and; vairi d formis: and .as we hold that"ite ' G'i r pi:e stands amongs? the, best and foimost' (for fromi the patriarchtilhges;, idrn, wine, and oil, have been named togethli~i~ and as the grape now rapidly advances to maturity, we copy from that excellent print, the Maitland Mercurjy, the following directions' out" of Hoare, which appear to us 'to be consistent with reason and good sense--but of course they could not be fully practised on an extensive scale. They apply more to table graperies than wine vineyards: still they afford valuable rules, and are well worthy of attention:- The grapes will now be as large as small peas; they must, therefore, be thinned on the' bunches without loss of time. For this purpose provide a pair of sharp.pointed scissors, that will cut well at the' points; and, at this first thinning, commence with the bunches t...

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HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF TARA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

HISTORY. AND TOPOGRAPHY OF TARA. -o Taragh, Taral, or Tar; hill, was also named T?eaglh mar, signifying "Great House" and'. fro. oquently called also Temora, deriving that appella. tion from its having been, to the end of the slxth century, the place where was assembled tae'convoca lion of the States.General.of Ireland, held here every three years for the deliberation and decision of -civtllaºd aecclesiastical mitteris and also for the 4lection and investiture wlilh tipreme authbrity of one chloef?who was appointed Sovereign of all Ire larid. 'Thls idrleilal convocation of Wie provincial oings, priestsi i a aid`` hbrds, I said o' have been .originally, instituted bby the great Ollansh Fodhla, one of ihe ancient monarchs celebr~iaed a. a great legislator in the recbrds 'oftheo iigdom.. 'tl'stlial Miliesan L'rinco, Is scid to have convoked au ain semobily here, after his victory 'over: th Firbblgs, when he was recognised by the states a ,supreme monarth.; During the ceremouy of i?saug...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

DEATHS.   At Stirling Castle, in May last, suddenly, Lady Christie, wife of Sir Archibald Christie, K.C.B. Deputy Governor of Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, N. B. Also, at Bath, Mrs. Charters (sister of the late Admiral Christie), aunt to Sir A. Christie, and to the late John Steadman Christie, Esq., Captain H.B.M. 79th regiment, late Major in the service of her Majesty the Queen of Portugal.

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Sydney Markets. JANUARY 6, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

pbtiaep t % sWtcet0. JASUARY , 1843. FLOUR, WHRRAT, ea. ;ine Flour, 1Os 1l01bs, Bran,rs Od to ls d per bush. Seconds, 8 e b by retail liread, 83 to 0d per l1b loaf Barley,2s d to as 9d:ditto'? Fine Bscut, 17 per o wLt BIarley, Cape, Sia d, to' as 0d Seoond ditto. 14 ditto ditto Colonial Wheat, Ist quality, Oats, 2s ad tp .:a d 42, In demand Hay,.2 Os to £3 0 pes'ton Val Diemen's Land ditto, 4s Wheatetraw, ls4d to Is 9d per 3d, in request cwt Maize, Colonial, 2s 0d to 2s 6dJ Grass, wholesale, ad to 7d per. ditto' do. buandles, retail, lOd. FRUIT AND VEGETABILERS. Oranges, OJ to 9d per doe Potatoes, Colonial, £3 10s to Lemlons. G1 to 4d per dozen £4 10i per ton . Plums, 4d to Sd per dozen Ditto, V. D. L., £ 1Os to £7. Gooseberries, 3d to ,0 per ditto quart' Turlpsp` Jd topd per bunch Apples, Is to is .d per dozen Carrots, 2d to 3d per bunch Banans, 9 to Is per packet Shalota and Radishes, Id per Aprioota,Gdto 1 per dozen bunch Green Bananas, 2s par dozen Lettuces, Sd to 21d each' Pear...

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

OOP V. * The foregoing reasons' for inducitig Catholic servants to go to a Protestant'church on Sundays, although probably written withk a pure and cha ritable intention, are founded -on a misrepresenta.. tion of the Catholic religion. :Roman Catholics neither worship the' Viigiii Mary, nor any other object but one God in three persons t they never theless do not consider it 'any more Mdrogatory to the hboiour of God to pliray to the Virgin Mary that -she may pray for us than'if.a Protestant sinner, or sick: persore, qu?ested' he prayers of'a congre gatldon'for' his ionversion, or the recovery of: his health.' Inthis dh'ise, praying to the Virgin Mary was certainly' the 'practice of the purest ages of the Christiai 'ieligioo, s It it i evident from the example o*f 'the' fathe ter ; bwho onden'ned Nesto rius for denying her to be the mother of 'God.* If a Catholic says, Hail Maryfull of- Grace..e 4c the angel Gabrieland- St Elizatheth sdid 'the same many ages iago. ?'The Arabian wome...

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MARCH OF INTELLECT.—THE "HERALD" AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

MARCH OF INTELLE T.--THE "HERALD" AdAXN. Oua hyper-eritical neighbour,,tlgj-?rald, (of course to show off his .k1oledge,) snubs us for' the use of the w?ard raenoatcd, as ipplied to the new year. Web'vrite as we speak, off-hand; not preteifding to be such adepts at the dissecting ot'Ayllables, or putting words upon. a rack, asthillearned Herald: we have not advanced 'with the march of mind: we were bbrn before bumpology came into fashion, consequently, have not the organ of language, equally developed, as the gentleman of the Herald. It is said, that Alcibiades cut off the tail of his dog, to give the Athenians.ioinething to say of him, lest they might ivant some crime; we are, on the same accouht, rather pleased at having :furnished.the Herald a topic so amusing to him, lest he iight have found out a worse. By the bye; (although, if the gentleman of the broad sheet had not taught us, we should not have'i?egarded. the matter as worth a thought;) iwe have looked into Walker, and find...

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REPEAL. NATIONAL MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

IREPEAL. -0 (From the Weekly Freeman's Journal.) NATIONAL MANIIFESTO. The meeting of the Repeat Association on Tues day was sharacterised by the publication of the most important manifesto that has as yet issued from that hbody. A perilous crisis in our history has arrived, but there are men equal to the time and superior to its perils, Tieo fate of Ireland for ginerations to come is in the hand's of the men of the present age. It is'with'them to say shall she be again a nation, or shall she continue to lbe a degraded province-her sons the slaves-herself the drawfarm of another kingdom. For months past has the leader of the Irish people been engaged in taking counsel by the 4,ill side, or on'the mountaii top, with thousands and tens of thousacds of his countrymen. lie has met the people in the majesty of their numbers-he has ,met their riends and advisers-their local leaders, A lready have our six millions of people answered to ihis call, and declared ta him their will. He knows, .t...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

THE MlilORNING CHRONICLE. .SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1844. let a th nd et a y ounitryis, Thy God's, and oruth's. 8hakpeare, THE GOVSEiNDE Tfca. I We give our reu'i ° this day, in 'full, -IHis Excellency's. :peech,.. on the. prorogation of Council, which want of space prevented being done soonei .: ,It is hard to speak on, the. speeches of kings, queens, and viceroys the great dig nity of the, parties delivering them, and the propriety, nay, ,(for the well-being of society) the necessity of treating them with the-respect -due to their exalted rank, ren ders it an extremely delicate and, difficult task very.often,.to point out any. errors or fallacies which they may contain. -There is, however, something to, which more re verence is due, tlian even to kings or vice roys--something which, is. eternal, while they are but beipgs ofa ' ay; and these are, truth, reason, and justice. . The resipect, then, wvhich we owe to these great mnasters and guides of human thought and human iction, as well...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

S T. MA RY'SSEMINARY. Uder the Pe;ronage and Imn?ldate laspetlon of Hi Gnces srchbiusep Pfoldiag. T HE PUPILS of the.above [nitu l-: t ion will, resume their Studies.on Monday the 8th instant, at half put 8 o'clock, A.. . Parents an-d Guardians are requested to bear in mind'the hour specified, 'as .regardsr'tieitiisctaal attendance of the Students.' ' . SV. BOURGEOIS; President. St. Mary's Seminary.,Jan. 5th, 1R944. 293 UNDER THE DISTTNGUHRED; PATRoONAGE OF LADY GIPPS... MIjR.,J. P. DEANI?beg o a?snounce 'LYJ ,that 'his FAREWELL' CONCERT of Vocal and Instrumenial' Music will .ake place on MONDAY, January 8th, 1844, in the Saloon of the ROYAL HorL;*, on which' occasion. hd will be' assllistd by Miss 'Aesne, Mr. J. Deane, bMrCE., Deaed, bMaster C. Deane, Mr, W lson, Mr. W. Deane; and Mrs. Clii'ay, who hau kindly given; her service on this occasion. PROGRAMME.: OvsnTrunMa-Msanielo-A? betn .p'a . Military I Tns Th-Tis Magic Woee S.ar :ir.. Deane, r-Banett. .. ...?:' "and 4 ( .i Deane. "...

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THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN'S CHARGE—THE "AUSTRALIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN'S CHARGE-THE "AUSTRALIAN." WE perceive in the Australian of the 2nd instant; another of: those. delicate moreeaux which that polite journal serves up to the literary table of his readers., It would be no affair of ours, if he would not be spilling his gravy upon us. We do not want to interfere in his. quarrels with Puseyism : but we think in fighting their duels, gentle men ought to go where their random shot couldl not strike their quiet neighbours, who have nothing to do in the affair. Have they no materials with which to fortify the citadel of their thith, without pulling down that of others?' It shows they are poor indeed in means and expedients of defence. The Australian reminds us of an Iri h man at a country fair, who draggedTlis coat along the ground, and when some one asked him, what he wa spoiling his gar lrlent for, replied, " Sure, ain't I thryiny to soee who will thread on it, until I knock him down." Such would seem to be the object of the Austral...

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