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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

[i JO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. 1 In order to secure a punctual delivery of the paper to our City Subscribers Mr. P. Speering has been appointed Agent, as also . to assist Mr. Derepas in soliciting and re ceiving subscriptions. . ' , ^ Such of our Subscribers as do not receive their paper in due time, will please to in form the Agent, at Mr. J. Moore's, the Publisher's Office, George-street, either ver bally or by letter j we shall charge the runner with the expense, and see the irre gularity rectified. -' 5 Subscribers may receive the Freeman's Journal any time during the quarter.

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THE AMUSEMENTS OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

THE AMUSEMENTS OE THE PEOPLE. (From Dickens' Household Words.) As one nan oi tne wunu io oaiu. nuu ^ «.!»«.» *.*'?? the other half lives, so it may be affirmed that the upper half of the world neither knows nor greatly cares how the lower half amuses itself. Believing that it does not care, mainly because it does not know, we purpose occasionally recording a few facts on this subject. The general character of the lower class of dra matic amusements is a very significant sign of a people, and a very good test ot their intellectual condition. We design to make our readers ac quainted in the first place with a few of our ex periences under this head in the metropolis. j It is probable that nothing will ever root out from among the common people an innate love they have for dramatic entertainment in some form or other. It would be a very doubtful benefit to so-. ,.,-tv_ wR think, if it could be rooted out. ihe Polytechnic Institution in llegent-street, where an infinite variety of ingen...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR NOVEMBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY'- FOR NOVEMBER, 1850. '7 T Of the Octave, s.d. ?i\ p Octave of All Saints, d. '9 Sal Dedication of Church of the Holy Saviour. j 0 S Third in November, S. Andrew, Avel lini, conf. d. i 1 M S. Martin, bp. and conf. d. 12. T . S. Martin, pope and m., s.d., 0. S. B., S. Emilian, ah. d. 13 W S. Didacus, conf. s.d., 0. S. B., All Saints of the order, .14 T Feria or office of Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., Commemoration of all de parted of the order. S. Justus, bp. and conf. s.d. j$ F ? S. Gertrude, n. d., 0. S. B., S. Edmund, i m. d' ?36 Sat Of the B. V. M., in sab. s.d., O. S. B., . S. Didacus, s.d. 27 S , Of the 4th Sunday in November, from 6th after Epiphany, 0. S. B., S. Ger trude, d. 38 M Dedication of Church of SS. Peter and Paul, d. 19 T S. Elizabeth, m. d. 20 W S. Felix of Valois, conf. d. 21 T Presentation of B. V. M., d. 2'2 F S. Cecilia, i-. and m- d. 23 Sat S. Clement, pope and m. d., 0. S. B., commemoration of S. Eelicitas, m. 24 S Eifth in November, last af...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

tO CORRESPONDENTS. A, Correspondent suggests the great utility of traditional . tales of a romantic character illustra tiii'1 the beginnings of heresy. We can only say that we cordially concur with, his remarks upon HJiis subject, and shall be happy at all times to avail ourselves of his kind assistance. All letters and communications to the Editorsand the Publisher must be prepaid. Ir is necea3arv that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real «an»OT and address. Although tbisi information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, ve. propose to acknowledge the receipt c-f money letups in this part of our paper. Received from J. M., Geelong, £5 0 0

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LETTERS FROM BELGIUM. (Continued from our last.) LETTER IV. Belgium, MY DEAR OLD THOMAS, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

LETTERS FROM BELGIUM. (From the Catholic Weekly Instructor.^ (Continued from our last.) LETTER IV. Belgium, My dear old Thomas, j I have just received a letter from Mrs. Werner, in which she says she carried my letter to you herself, and read it to you. I was glad to hear it arrived at such an ac ceptable time, and that, instead of finding it too long, you declared l had not told you half you wished to know. And you have sent me so many questions to answer, that 1 think were I to answer by explaining every thing you enquire about, it would make a book instead of a letter. She says all the village is as anxious as you are to hear about Roman Catholics, for you have just got a new curate, who does so many strange ' things, and has so many new ways, that you are all wondering ' what sort of a Christian he is.' And Mrs. W. says that old Mary looked quite frightened, and said the people I say he is quite a ' Puseyk' which, she says, she believes, is something about Guy Fawkes, but she do...

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THE PROPOSED ANGLICAN SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

TUlfi PROPOSED ANGLICAN SYNOD. (From the Dublin Review.) That such a convention is a mere cnimera, we believe every one not blinded by the en thusiasm of party feeling, will agree. Synods are not summoned by requisition, as county meetings are. The Bishop of a Diocese, the Archbishop of a Province, the i Pn'matn nr Patriarch of a whole country can alone convoke a Synod of his jurisdiction. The supreme pastor in each is entrusted with the duty of presiding; no one can usurp his place ; and he who presides con venes. He is the watchman on the tower to descry the danger, and the general in the field to marshall the army. Now it happens ? nnI1ot,, fUof hnt.h thpi Primates of the [X-Ui -V Ci IUUOI ¥ _?**** V _# w»_ — '_w — «- ? Anglican Church concur in the justice of the late decision, and its sentence ; and no sub altern power can compel them to call a Synod to reverse it. And does any one dream that they can be induced to think this their duty, because a party, known as High-Churchmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

* The tower and other parts of this Church were a good deal damaged in the cross-fire of the French and Roman artillery in the various aagaults of the late giege; but fortunately none of its. frescoes or paintings were injured.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

.sHMptKng'SntelUgeiui* ARRIVAL*. October 31. — Tasmania, barque, 503 tons, Captain Tucker, returned to port leaky. November 1. — Christina, brig, 126 tons, Captain Korff, from Port Phillip the 26th inst. November 2. — Victory, barque, 548 tons, Captain Nicol, from Port Phillip the 26th ult. November 2.- — Julia;, barque, 307 tons, Captain La Croix, from Adelaide, the 13th ult. November 2. — Spray, brig, 148 tons, Captain Scott, from Launceston the 19th ult. November 2. — Helen S. Page, barque, 226 tons, Captain Church, from Auckland the 20th ult. November 3. — Emigrant, ship, 753 tons, Captain Kemp, from a cruise to the northward. November 3. — Marian Watson, schooner, 126 tons, Captain Pike, from Newcastle. November 3. — Sarah, brig, 130 tons, Captain Grant, from Kawau the 23rd ult. ' November 4. — Daniel Webster, barque, 296 tons, Captain Bewes, from Auckland via Wangaroa the 18th October. November 5. — Phoebe, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Nickson, from Port Phillip the 28th ult. No...

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THE CHURCHES AND BASILICAS OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

THE CHURCHES AND BASILICAS OF ROME. i {From the Illustrated London News.') Beyond the fiber, m the Trastevere, -be- : fore ascending to the Janiculum, besides the - Church of St. Cecilia (which was originally founded in the beginning of the third cen-j tury, and which is remarkable for the beau- ; tiful shrine, and exquisitely sculptured statue of the saint, in white marble, representing her as she lay after her decapitation, with the head separated Irom the body, and at a little distance — the work of the sculptor; Stephen Maderino), there are also the; churches of San Francisco a Ripa (which | contains some richly decorated chapels, also frescoes, oil paintings, statues, ;tombs, &c.,: of a high class of art), and Santa Maria in Trastevere, which, though the present build ing is little more than four hundred years erected, stands upon the site of the first public church of the Christians in Rome — the Emperor Alexander Severus having given permission to Pope Calixtus I. to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

TO THE ELECTORS OF SYDNEY. . GENTLEMEN,— I have to tender you my best thanks for the exceedingly gratifying manner in which you have elected me to fill the office of Councillor in the City Corporation. On the first election under the new plan of general voting, you have chosen me and placed me at the ? head of the poll, not only on the whole but in most of the several Wards ; without any seeking on my part, without solicitation of any kind, with.no other motive than the flattering confidence with which you have been pleased to repose this trust in me. I can only hope, gentlemen, that I may have the good fortune to meet with opportunities of justify ing your kindness as ample as my wish is fervent to. advance in all respects the interests of this rising city. I have the honour to be, i ? ? ? Gentlemen, : Your most obedient servant, ? , -s . ? . ' . ANDREW. LENEHAN. ' ' Castlereagh-street, Nov. 6th, 1850. . MOUNT OF SUBSCRIPTIONS re= ceived for Saint Patrick's Church, on Sunday Evenin...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 31.— Currency Boy, 41, M'Neil ; Eagle, 26, Mitchell, both for Newcastle. November 1. — William the. Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Henry, 15, Bridson, for Shoalhaven.; Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Currency Lad, 21, Speirs, both for Brisbane Water ; Stranger, 27, Croad ; Elizabeth, 38, Merrett ; Prosperous, 17, Roberts; William, 21, Damon ; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindguist, all for Newcastle. November 2.— Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, for the Hawkesbiiry; Harriet, 30, Brown, for the Rich mond ; Chance, 38, House ; Queen, 14, Foot, both for Newcastle. November 4. — Magnet, 17, Milham ; Phantom, 23, Settree, both ,for Brisbane Water ; Active, 40, Melville,' for Newcastle. November 5.— Australia, 45, Williams ; Emily, 30, Cureton, both for Newcastle ; Mary Ann, 16, Farrier, for Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth' steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong. ?- ?';'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

THE BEE HIVE, PITT STREET, JAMES BRADY with confidence can as sert that however great the preten sions of the trading world around him, none are t« . be found with greater facility nor in a better posi tion to submit for inspection greater bargains than tehas'the pleasure to offer the public, whose pa tronage he respectfully solicits. - \ ? . Reoeivkd— Shawls, a beautiful assortment Dresses, in every kind, colour, and quality Bonnets, from l-H-d. each to 10s. 6d. Parasols, stays, ribbona, collars, flowers, &c. t Hosiery, Gloves, Haberdashery, &c, &c I ? Long Cloth, Shirting, Sheeting 1 Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes, &c. , Hollands, Ticks, and Osnaburgs Table Linen, Oil Cloth, Huckaback, &c. Hats, silk and beaver, caps, &c. 4 Slops in endless vaiiety, &c. JAMES BRADY, Bee-Hive, Pitt-street. TO CURRIERS, TANNERS, FELL MONGERS, &c. TO BE LET or SOLD, at Iourang, nearGoulburn, a TAN YARD; con taining twelve pits, which are...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

COASTERS INWARDS. October 31.— Currency Boy, 41, M'JNeil, from Newcastle. November 1.— Harriet, 30, Brown, from the Richmond; Currency Lad, 21, Spiers; Rainbow, 19,'Pennington, both, from Brisbane Water ; Or cadian, 14, Laughton ; Cricket Player, 12, Loutit, both from the Hawkesbury ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; William, 21, Damon ; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindguist, both from Newcastle. November 2.— Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, from the Hawkesbury.' . November 4. — Christopher George, 58, Ourne, from the Richmond ; Phantom, 23, Settree, from Brisbane Water ; Bard's Legacy, 22, Maine ; Emma, ( 22, Morton; Jane Williams, 33, Louther; loung ; Queen, 31, Thomson ; Emily, 30, Cureton ; Active, 40, Melville ; Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworthj all from Newcastle. ' November 5.— Orient, 30, Walters^from Broulee ; Mary Ann; 16, Farrier, from Brisbane1 Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Meg Merrilies, 80, Davies ; Edward, 29, Hutton ; ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

. £!)ijPi-ing Knuilnjentt. AHRIVALS. November 8. — Beaver, schooner, 78 tons, Captain .Cooper, from More ton Bay the 3rd inst. November 8. — Swan, brig, 150 tons, Captain Ayers, from Launceston, the 4th inst. November 8. — II. M.S. Havanah, 24 guns, Cap tain Erskine, from the South Sea Islands. November 9.— Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wyborn, from Moreton Bay. November 9. — Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Cap tain Brown, from Moreton Bay the 3rd inst. November 9. — Mary Stewart, schooner, 73 tons, Captain Sonimerville, from Moreton Bay the 3rd inst. November 10. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 6th inst. November 11. — Effort, schooner, 47 tons, Captain Thompson, from Wide Bay. November 11. — Emma, brig, 135 tons, Captain Fox, from Auckland the 24th ult. . ? ? November 12. — Torrington, brig, 128 tons, Gap tain Peacock, from Nelson the 27th ult. November 12. — Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Bowden, from Port Phillip the 8th inst. Df'FAKTUKES. ...

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PROTESTANT CONSISTENCY. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

PROTESTANT CONSISTENCY. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) G-b.ntlumen,— In reading an . article from the Edinburqh Review the other day, I stumbled upon a passage speaking in highest terms of Thomas a Kempis. Among other things was mentioned in his praise the chapter of his beautiful little work which treats 'of reading of the Holy Scriptures.' That any such subject should occur in a Catholic book seems to have struck the reviewer as remark able, and he proceeds to account for it by supposing that, before the Reformation, it was not necessary to exercise such caution as is now exercised by the Catholic Church in permitting the uSe of the Bible. A day or two afterwards, in course of conversation with a Protestant, I alluded to the advice given im mediately after ' Night prayers' in the ' Garden of the Soul,' viz., ' Before you go to bed read a chapter in the Scripture,' to ; show what is our practice in this respect. He replied—' Oh yes, you' have yielded to pressure from w...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. ACHILLI. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. ACHILLI. ( lo the Editors of the Freeman' s Journal. ) irENTLBMEN,— In common with many more of your subscribers, I am rejoiced to find that you do not intend to suffer the Herald's Anti-Catholic ex tracts to continue any longer unnoticed. That journal is in many, respects so well conducted, and ? W.8O useful for business purposes to all classes of tne community, that Catholics cannot wi thout great inconvenience avoid taking it in, but it certainly «ould not long continue to receive as it now does their cordial support, if it should prove to be the constant vehicle of abuse and misrepresentation of all we hold sacred. I trust the hint you have given 'will be taken, and that your very just remon strance will have its effect. In the mean time it has occurred to me that it may be useful to draw the attention of your readers to a very able article in .the Dublin Review of last July, in which a reply ? vv Ulic .uuusense disseminated oy the '-nglish papers, a...

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ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

:'- ?????-????''????Tr:.lLtAWARRA;.:'. ' ' '''''': ? f From a uorresponaent. j The Total Abstinence booiety ot Ulawarra, .founded some ten years ago, and the first of the kind established in Australia, resumed its opera , 'tioris after a cessation of some few. years, on Thursday last, November 7th. A preliminary 'meeting of the Teetotallers of Wollongong and its vicinity, was convened by public requisition to be held at the School Eoom of St. Francis Xavier's Churchy Wollongong. The chair was taken at seven o'clock, p.m., by the Rev. Mr. Luckie. The ?attendance was good, and all present manifested, Iiv their good conduct, great zeal in the cause of Total Abstinence. The 'Rev. Chairman stated the. object for which they were assembled ? together. He said, that in commencing here his humble efforts to promote the good aud holy cause of Temperance, he was com plying with the request of the Venerable Arch deacon. M'Encroe, of Sydney, whose able and suc cessful services in the cause of To...

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BATHURST, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

BATHURST, (From a Correspondent.) The weather here for the last few days has beefltv, only fit for Tarban Creek. 'Every thing by fit s and nothing long.' It has not known its own mi nrf for ten minutes together. Three days ago the heal was insupportable, before night the rain descended in torrents, and the thermometer descended too, till people began to look aboutfor the 'blue cold nose and wrinkled brow ' of Jack Frost. Between that moment and the present it has been alternately blowing hot and cold, hailing, raining, and broil ing- Good accounts from the interior. The water holes are pretty well filled, and the shepherds no longer destroy the lambs as they are dropped. His Excellency the Governor arrived here in the afternoon of Saturday. His Excellency was a«h companied by Mrs. K'eith - Stewart. On his stop ping at Mr. Eotton's Hotel, it was very unsatisfac tory to any one who had witnessed his Excellency's last, almost triumphant entry into Bathurst, to con trast that reception ...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

EP1TOMK OF NEWS'- ENGLISH AM) FOREIGN. Doily's Brae RiOTs.-^The prosecution of the persons who were to have been tried at the present ,wn assizes, for the Dolly's Brae riots, has been abandoned by the crown ; this step being adopted ia compliance with the representations of several ?magistrates and others, to the effect Jthat to proceed 'to the prosecution would only revive the animo «ty between the two parties which has of late so ™ppily subsided. . - The Gorham Case. — The Gorham case has at length been brought to a conclusion in v the law courts. At the Court of Arches, on Saturday, the Bishop of Exeter brought in the letters of presenta tion of the Rev. George Cornelius Gorham to the vicarage of Bampford Speke. An attempt was made by the bishop to enter a protest on the records of the court to the letters of presentation with a view to ulterior proceedings in the Court of Chan cery ; but Sir Herbert Jenner Fust, who presided, accepted the presentation and rejected the protest, w...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KARR Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850

Bomt&tit £ntelUgnu:r. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Kkrr Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Francis HenryTresilian, a special meeting was held for proof of the following claims : Ambrose Foss, £96 V3s. Id. FRIDAY. In the estate of James George Hughes, a single meeting was held, and several claims proved. /?'.?' : satorda'y. In the estate of Carney and Redman, a special meeting, to decide upon an offer of composition. The offer was rejected. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. This Day. — Thursday 14. — Samuel Terry Hughes, a first meeting at half-past 10; William Hill, an adjourned single meeting, at half-past 10. Monday, 18.— James George Hughes, an ad journed single meeting at half-past, 10. - Thursday, 2.8. — Francis Graham, John Kenneth M'Kenzie, and George Boulton, for certificates, at noon. Friday, 29.— Samuel Terry Hughes,, a second meeting, at half-past 10. December.— Thursday 5.— Robert Wilson, a third meeting, at half-past ...

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