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

'h'he Morning C~kne" is published twice a week, on Wednesday plnd. Saturday; aund is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Austiralia, New Zealand, and Iridia; and in Englanid,' Scotland and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st.March, bo3th TJune, 3Uth September, and 31st Decenmber; at- uhich periods -only. subscribers can decline receiving i$, after paying the amount due. -Advertisers should: mark on each,advertisement the' number f insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontiiue or alter advertiseneiets must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings .of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements: are received till six o'clock on the. evening before publication.-Aili instructions.must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. S- :PUBLoC NOTICE.. . x*ILLIAlK .O ' .nES, LETTEgP " ESS AilD GC@PPE14?-PLATLE i PRQQIfTER, s,&a; ae., COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, R ESPECT...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1844

Shipping Intelligence     -0- ARRIVAL. JAN.1-From Launceston, having left the 25th ultimo, the brig William, 149 tons, Grant, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, and Mr. Newton. 2.- From London via Launceston, . having left the former 4th September, and the latter 26th ultimo, the barque Aden, 422 tons, Waddell, with a general cargo. Passengers - Messrs .Huntley, Fotheringham, Coghill, Crofts, Bennett, Gerieker, Gelder,: Herrman, Wendel, and Clarke; Mrs. Huntley and son, Mliss Jane Sowerby, Miss ,Eliza Sowerby, Mr. and Mrs. Richter and two sons. 2,---From. Launceston, having left the 25th ult., ;the schooner Will Watch, 63 tons, Winstone, with wheat. Passengers-Mr, Taylor and son     3 .-From Launceston, having left the 27th ulti the-brig Calypso, 105 tone, Harrold, with grain, &c. &.- 3-PFroma Liverpool, having. left:?t ''the "7th August, the brig South Stockton,:280 tons0 ,Hichens, with a general ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

AGILNTS FJLL THI U Hi W H -diti ,,. BrouleaD Mr. B. MHCauley. v t P.aturaon, Mr."J. 0Sullivan. :Poir.Pbwllp. Mr. 3. Bulleni",, . 'ollongoing, Dlr. Edward Corlga' ; t Bathaurat, Mr: F ;.Jones, ,, SGoulburoMr. daeo:y·'homp Lm Hob'anr TOWu Mr.'J ?t HO[naMr. T1ig tofyI,t o l1.)csJg!lal ··p·"t"""' E' Mr Dqeo; ^' t ra Camptelltow. &o. lr2 M? llrteºýiriin i , di, ' t Wr ndaor, Mm. James Cassidy : IUO 1,t,. ir 1eorltr,,I~i, r..Jprge M'Carahy ,. ,,,,t tvutn J r, ry¶ painqPdr. J.J. Harpur S13ungoua, Mr. Edward Hughes SWollombi.. Mr,,, ichaei Byrone ",, ,". Published it she Unitsd )caugdotr,by I.,j Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoater-row, Loprr t}ý,., ,9Lij M.I W. 3. Battersbyr , eeeý.br~dgf,~ 4 s · mthletreet, ,Dublin. 8ydnioy I Priutd and rubhtabed by, MJUtHAlt. I)'AttaY, of 3ridgsatroet, at the Chrontcle Olloo, IfrhlpgstreOt.. ..,.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

COINCIDENCES IN PAVO.UR OF CATHOLICIBSL -One vast cycleof revolution seems about to be 'ompleted. The interview. at Cambra 'in the feld 'of Cloth of Gold, betwixt Henry the Eigihtl and the Frelich King Francis, was followed by the changes in the national religion. The Queen of Esgland'is about to visit the King of the French, at a time when Catholicism is rapidly increasing-when the Church of England is leaving its cold Protestantism, and advancing towards Catholicism-and when the Church of Scotland has been rent to twain-the majority and active portion resolving themselves into the unfettered action of the times of the alemn lea. 'gue and covenant, while the weak and residuary por tion of the Scottish Church, giving to thse Seceders the same measure of injustice that the fiast reformers gave to the Catholic schoolmasters of Edinburgh and'.Linlithgow, and Professors of St Andrews, Aberdeen, &c., is preparing to extruds from every school and from the Professors' chair in the ...

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OLIVE MOUNT INSTITUTION OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN—NOBLE TREAT OF PROTESTANT LIBERALITY. Kyle, June 28, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

OLIVE MOUNT INSTITUTION OF' THE' GOOD o .SAMARITAN-NOBLE TREAT OF PROTESTANT LIBERALITY. Kyle, June 28, 1843. Reverend Sir-I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter and its enclosure which I have caret fully read. The sentiments and language contained in your addresses are highly creditable toyou as a Ian and a Christian, language and sentiments very different from those which I lament to ind sometimes used on public occasions by persons who seem to derive their notions of Christianity from some,other, source, than from the precepts and example of the Divine; Author of our religion..,; . SMay your meritorious exertions to save from infasny and ruin so many of our fellow creatures be crowned with success, and may you, reap the reward of your labours, here and hereafter. I send you an order enclosed from the Provincial Bank of Wexford, for a small sut in aid of your institution, and I willIhave much pleasure in becoming a yearly subscriber to it.-I remain, Rev. Sir, very faithfu...

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A CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

A CONTRAST. H?vIxe met in the Irish papers two letters of that second Vincent de Paul--that great and good man -that true philanthropist, the Reverend Bernard Kirby-one to a Protestantr gentleman, Mr. Harvey, whom we for years had the happiness to know as a friend and near neighbour: the other to a Catholic, Lord Beaumont : the first (Mr. Harvey) a most kind, liberal, and benevolent friend of his country:, the 'second, a petulant and insolent Catholic' oligardh, who abused the Irish Catholic clergy as mean and despicable, and urged in: the House of Lords the Duke of Wellington to measures of coereion against the Irish people: we.publish. both letters together, just to show, that neither Mr. Kirby nor the Irish people, value at a pin's fee, the difference whether a man says- his prayers in Latin or in English-whether he goes to Mhass or to' Curch, merely on that account; what they respect in men are, sense, honor, truth, and virtue. "! Worth makes the man, arid want of It the felow';...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

1rla. EpltoaqI have read your leading artiele of 4he 20th instant, wihnia a degree of interest commetn .urate with its jmportance and I would gladly see it. reprinted,. ii order, to attract attention ito the' ea(uable series 1 antici;ate.. 'Like the first rudimenls of our language, that paper cannot be. too often oim pressed on,uthe minds.of, youenr reader, ntil native strength,shall feel its .power,,and. a provident. and resisting spirit be calleddilo.action amongst us. It shall be my eame thit this ,paper be widely circulated hereDwhen I am happjy ,to say that a degree of energy, and plain but practical sense exists, seldom' to be foupd in a nest of,huts It mess be our united care to awaken this government to measures of pro. tection, and by our domestio policy, to give some effect to any future wisdom,they may exhibit.. But my present object is, not to enter on a subject which you. so nobly; handle, ,my modesty, would restraion me; for, while, I would be a bull.dog in, the melds,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

TO r.OUi, AGENTS, HrlHE TAgents to the " Chroni'le' Sare requested to furnish statements of Accounts from their respective dis tricts, in order that .the Proprietors of the late ';,Auotralasian Chronicle" may take prompt= measures for the recovery of their debts. '* Chronicle" Office, Dec. 12. N(OTICE. r1t HE Subscribers to this paper are I. respectfully informed that the fol lowing rules will be strictly adhered to. IN SYDNEY No New Subscriber will be received without one quarter' beihgi'paid in'ad vance.' IN THE COUNTRY No 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. ' No Advertisements.' will 'be 'received from persons. who are not subscribers, without payment in advance. "Chronicle" Office, December 12. NOTICE TO AG8NTS AND PARTIES MAKING RB MITTANCBS.:' IN order to avoid tlieo expense of post Sage, and spare time in"letter writing, we intend to adopt, ' plan eitensively followed by...

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CENTRALIZATION.—ENGLISH CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

,CE?NTRA LIZATIO?N,..ENGLISH CAPITAL. ..j:0; o-i;.e i 1 .,How often--nay,' boweverlastiogly doswe have dinned 'sno'our ears, the miiagificent bhast of the magnitudeiof Englih ooapital-the miliol invested io this, and that, and, the other branchofr businessl then the.immense power of. British numawhing -.theb hundreds of 'thousands of' horses powei, 'and the millions ;f.. human power,' hey con? nirate and 4entraliUe :,I;we are so constantly in:ithe. hpbit of learing these -things,ethat we come at last to exult in them ai'i lporiion of our .inatural glory hod hbp piness i ai' almoidifancy them a part of our per. aonal property. But alalslihow dearly are-these glories - this centralisafllon: purchased I Lord Brougham and the other rliters on the .advantages and power of centralilotion, never dell us -tat the more the power-the.more' the proSits-the more the wealth of the country 'is concentrated in 'a few jacd of ieraeii;atios, the more, pro tonto, i it taken from the great body of the...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. Joan Tontsa's letter was unavoidobly polstponed. We mwere obliged to omit certain passages, where' asterisks are substituted. We cannot allow the Chronicle to become a vehicle of any sort of personal attack, nor shalt we In any ease publish a charge upon a publio ofloer under a flot. tious slgnotre. iy some oversight we omitted on Saturday to inform A; Sasoaeatsan, that the reasons we ge for excluding bhi letter on night disturbers, remain unchanged. Our taste may .be bad, but it certalnlylis not Peter Pindano. Want of space delayed the publication of the letter from North I?4ohmond. Mla. OassIOLa.r-We are sorry that' lrs. Chisholm's letter came toolate-for insertionlu this day's " Chronialoe" it shall appear in our next. We have again to apologise to our NoaRTa lICnlMoND friends-an unexpected press of matter obliges us to delay the oommunioation, but it shall appearon Saturday.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

kEtiKLY..METBO BOLOG1GAL T4DLEL " VARIATION OF TDU TnEUMoIIETED. i... . Nn. H. jWIND. WROXHNBEO....3Aw. 8 70 72 170 8.E. Rainy Tholuao: lI;..4 62 70 661 NM B.R Ditto kaF8ID AV........... 465 76 1701 8.. Cloudy NoTuaoDr ..*..... 6 70 76 71 N.E. Ditto SDN~ult............ 8 7 16017 15 N"E. Dltto:' I&ONDiDo......... . 9170183 77' N.R. Clear . rutKpas6 ........10 70 73 70 S.W. Wiudy Mean temperature. 79?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

NOTICE. r UR -SUBSCRIBERS at Parri-: mattar' are informed :tlat :M . THOMAS :HlooINS '.:?il'call upon thein for the amount of their rospeotivelaoeoun(s, he will fuinish proper vouohors; signed by, ,thoeundersigned, -and no.?others: will: be '.acknowledged, :: , ,,, + ' ,'.:' i., Chroniole OfliceiMay 9th, 1844.,i,.i:: H.TWlS. is to give :NO'1'IC0?Ethat ithe ,. Oflicera.,of theat 99th Regiment will not, be accountable for, any debts, -contracted, by-:thbir Messman. - . Parramattl. January 6, 1844. . PUBLIC NOTICE. .. .t T" E PubliO -""are bbheLeby Cautioned? A.. against purchasing or exchanging any Cattle branded MB, or Horses branded M B, or Sheep, now, M2 ... at the Reedy Creek station;, from Joseph Byrne,?,as he has no rightto, nor claim whatever on' them, they being the property of the children of the late William Byrne,:and. now-in charge of Michael Byrne, jun.; any person doing so will be proseciated accordiogto Law.. . CHARLES BYRNE, .. Trustee and Executor for the cbildren-of ...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

IIIW NWTUII IN SYDNEY COVE. THllS DkT. 42 mlu.p. it morning I 0 min. p.12 eveniiig TB URSDAY. 30 min. p.12 moming I 4 min. p.13 revenin FRIDAY. 18 min,. I mornIng I 42 min. p.1 evenIng Sun rises tLa`day 1 mwn. p.6; 58ta11 mIn. p. 7.

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

COLONIAL IWHALERS AT SE.46 WITH 7.'Ii,1R` LAST' REPqftT8i ,.): , ( ! AusrtUli64;, Wile., mailed 14th Jidb.o ;8 3'j; sgken' ;lit Novwunbr,.wthtl ..48; brrels sperm j fC eojetr and Ule, owners, .' .-..:. .. Bright.. Planet, Kyle,,sailed ,2qd; March, 1843 ; , spoken Ist July, with "70 barrels; , Jonep, and Mitchell, owners. Britsh Sovereign, Cooper,/sailed Ndov. 65:1843'; Lamb and Parbury, owners.-. ! ? ? l Caroline, Hunter, sailed 7th August, 18042; atMaul 26'5h October, with 530 barrels ap? rm;, Wa lkqr and Co., owners. Caernorson, Irvine, sailed +22nd; August,` 1842'; Irvine, owner. . , ;.,i - ."?,; ; :: Clarkstone, Stewart, saile4 13th Septemnber, I8,i ;, H. Moore, owner. Genii, Long, sailed 15th June. 1843 ':spoken onh the 20th Novomber, with .150 barrels; 'Mitcbhell and Williamson, ownaets..,," .... Jane, Fairweather, sailed' 27th August J. Jones,i owner. ": . JanelElisa, Bradley,' sailed 7th of March, 1843 ; .spoken 26th May,. with 100 barrels, at Norfola Island in August, with ...

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TAKING THE VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

TAKilfG THE'V1 L. : FIoin' lhe Tlmes.'a. The present year his been reminikable for the 'number? fo young women who, roiiiinilnrigl" :ilie iomn isih'd lVanitieaiof tliiwoirld,"hbive'dedicaith·d thei'lves 'echisuvaely to treligion, woike of charity 'ind 'mercy, ,as ibids Viisiceon?"'Od uriedi four young ladiec, oI hi i fickmineuiioisrtimed Beaiui champ; Pallet, Dawst ;'?ond 'U?t-r ge, took th):"ieill at the Romani Catholii' cllaeef Borlnondsey, pie" paratory to their becoming stera of our'ILadly ofI Mercy" in the convent of that order 'aiacied to the chapel. The number of. religious s stanits wasun usuall large,: smo thei ceremoon wae marked _ a, feating .solemnity. 'he following right rev. anud rev .fathers oliolotem s-- he l?ight (yr. r ormlith lCatholic Bishop of Loun.o,, the Very, Rev. Dr Co; the Rev. )rlorris, of lrqy, lt, Rev. 1)r Brindli, ofu Bath, Rov, Dr Lime, Rev. J. ?Foey, and th Rev. Fatera Horrabin. Bwmaao, .Butler, Coiiltha ridge at , Savage, O'Neal Ielff Lea North, Ware...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

SAS. B.-For. Launcaretos, the brlg Dawson;; Ca der; with iinddiles.' Passengers, Mrs. Liskinu and child, Mr. J. Marlyn, Mr. sad Mr. Peat, and two chillren Messrs. KiadfOi'. sod L'ge. , 8.-For .Valparaiso,:thse. barqusOrator,' Taytr In btllirt: ',Paiseugers,''74 ,duil rauts". ý " ,., . ''' 8._' For Honglroi g, the ý'jvlO brqae' Suilrtrik, IH uerns, wsth part of orlgiiiaargn. 5iOgers, M .' Matthlyson. Mr. J. Uaunsonls4. iv -8'tenhouiej Mr. C. (Jsbbboni, Mr. .. it ocrbahkl ',,and bitr. 'Robert Cralgie and son;

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

ARRIVALS., 'JIl. 6 -From Port Macquarle, and the MFoning Rivei, bhaving left the former port' on :Wednday; amd !the latter on Friday, the steamer Ma'itland,.with ,112 balesof.woot, .160: bushels masse, :&c.; Piar sengera-?Mr. Smitliers. :and two in the at eraob. 6.-'From '`nioe via Manilla, "liavisg leftathe former on the 7th:Jilj·: atiid the- l'eitefon'the 27thi -August. the barque Benooolea, 402 tons, Clarrtbutt, with tea, sugar, ; &e: 1 i.assenogrCaptaloI~r-, - 7.-From Hbsart Town, having "left.on t2l3rd ultimo, the schooner 'Mor~ ''hn; 58 tons I;Bfown, ino hallast,; I .-.gil , y, te 7.-From lobart:Town,. having !left on the 31st ultimo, the bTig Caroline, 113 tons, Leaslie, with flour, &o. passengers-tlessrs. : Hopkins;, Kidd, `r d C olem 'in" ' . ' " . . , i , .. :~.7-From the Sperm Fishery, the American barque Clarie, 237. tons, Doxtur,,with Sperm, oil,.. 8.-From the South LSe Fishery, having lefi Sydney, 26th'September, 18412, the whkllng brig Clarenoc...

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TO OUR YOUNG READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

TO OUiK tYOt. u REAIanS. , r Mnyof tho;youth of bobth 'sox beinig now attheir, parental hltomas ?'dtrir vaa tion,' Vii pirio 6With them the followiin g'dtty little extract from tho greg? St..Bornard;,in the French words of, F rBounouns; whose stye As; worthy of the -original, .If any young lady will favor us with an Engligh transl tion we shall publiah it, .??it the haiii' ifC oired W liaye bho tpis more indellcatq pictures, *engroingspaU4, cther objects, notonly in shop rindopws, hutt in private .apartments, tlhan :during, our whole previois life , , Saint Beraard dit anu uljet, d'Evs aur cc parples de Ila CGdn s, as femme vil quoe I'abre dit hban poir; lo neaarriture, et beau A lo vte : pourquoi 16aardez-' vous avec tant dattention t .lde complaisanae, cb qui eat moriel poua vous 1 pourquoi y jettes.-ous ai sonveut leo you.;' A quei' pensez voua, idali6'aider ci' qu'il ; e' voi est pas permis doe manger I J'y jette lea yesou iltet ivou.i; nmal?sje ny mets pas la mainr; ii e m 'eat...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

N ISOLVENCY BUSINESS. -0 5' ETItos'Oa TO"*DAT`n; .: Robert Glasgow. 'Duulop; and, John Roass as third meeting, at 2 q?clock, p.m.-:rrhomas Williams, a third meeting' at Maitland, at 10"o'clock a. m. John Leveridge,'an adjourned's ingle Iofeeting at half past li oclock.~ u ' T: 'THE LAT' TEREiTNCB :M ELHON,? ,Withtreferenice:to a paragraph which ?appeared in -the Meroting Chronicle of the 6th of December, last, headed Topers," and commienting,on the fate of the'deceased, we regret td find, that our duty as editor, i makiing those dconime'nti':has : ot' been ,performed without pain to the feelings ;of-;ssone';of the relativest of, the, deceased,!, to whom we,would spologise for ny expressio?? teohing' to.' o'ffend or injure'them. But we must declare our 'full assurance of protection lh the 'guardiaonsoft'.tho>laivr, from all legal. vproceedingsi which may! be unpecessarily instituted. R,,;ERATUys .-.T~t th;leltter signed Pro Bolo Ptiblico,.and inserted in our last, in the :pra. gra...

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THE HERALD'S POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

. .!THE HERALD'S POETRY: WE':aereive 'by yeste'rday's Herald, that havmng' ailed in prose to,shew that there can be- no renovation of the year, ie tries nRHYtE, and treats his.readers.to ,azpoetical 'Epistle, of which-th e-Chronicle'is the: sub ject. It reminds us of the story r f"agen tlmhian, "ivli6 ' in'byiiig 'oie'6f 'Paickood's razor-strops, expressed to Mrs.--Packwood his .surpiise :'at' the quantity of. poetry he was able to produce on his strops : " O. la, Sir,';:"relilied I Mir Packwood, ."'vy, we keeps. a;poet,in l.the house I" We should suppose too that the Herald keeps Chronos. as, domestic 'poet, 'coming .forward as he does, .no doubt' inspired by some malign miuse'" with aloor'viler liquors," to transAix us' with his poetici arrows.; ':It is 'said' of ~iiotlier poet, critic, sand p~mphleteer,.tlie celebrated Dennis, that'he begged' the- Duke of Marlborough 'to. have himby 'name exempted, in the treaty of tTiecht then pending, fromn' ainydanger of persecution by the Fre...

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