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LORD BEAUMONT AND THE CATHOLIC CLERGY. Olive Mount Institution of the Good Samaritan, Dublin, August 21, 1843. TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD BARON BEAUMONT. "For John said to him, it is not lawful for you to have her."—St. Matthew, chap, xiv., verse 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

LORD. .tDAUMONT AND THI CATHOLI" OLERRGY. Olive Mount Institution of tie Good Saman ritan, Dublin, August 21, 1843. To Tua RIroT ZIN. LORD . ARON BRavuONI?. SFor Johu naid to himu, It is nlot lawful fur you ovb4v her."- sit. Matthew, chap. xiv., verse 4,. My Lord--Do you think that if St. John the' Baptist, the precursor of our Lord-in whom you, I trust, believe, nothwithstanding the few little faeatlawhich you are amiable enough of late to exhibit to the legislative as well ,as to the- social world--do you think, my. lord, that if, tlie precursor had a state revenue Irom Herod, King of Judea, and that lse was in the habit of dining at his table, and blessing his meat, and sharing in his sensualties, would he have the courage (ilhich we, after the lapse of 1843 years, now applaud) of telling him to his teetllthat he should? not .commit adultery that he should not continue a criminal intercourse with a'dctaitorial ann imperious virago. No, my lord,; the Great Author of our religion't...

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

[From the Bristol Temperance Heratd.] ,It was our painful task, some time ago, to present our readers with an account of the.depravity and. wretchedness of the population of some of the mann factoring districts, clearly showing at the same time, that the principal agent in irpriducig their de. moralized condition, was strong drink. Now, it is equally our mournful duty do offer the evidence, :Which has just been presented'to both Houses of Pyarlianegt, contained in the REPORTS or TMK SpioirL AAsIxarini POoa Liw. CorMsroNRns, oN .TH ENMPLOYMENT QP WOMEo N ANDb CI.InaN IN AoiLnoULTUns; whose condition also is shown to be as depraved, and licenotiousas that of those of the manufacturing districts. 'We find from the Report that din infamous'plactice prevails, by which young persons even at i?thetender age ,of, seven or eight years, are regularly initiated.i.to habits of drinking and it may be said, trained up for drunkards. The 'woeni drink, also the men, and the consequence is; gArat im...

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City Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

WEDNEUDAY, JANUARYV 3, 1844. Present--Tile Mayor, : Aldermen Allen, Maoder? molt,;Broughtotl"and Flood ; Cocinellors Jenkins,! Driver coyle, Agars, Neale, .Little, Cowlelsaw,' D. Jones,. Taylor, Holden, and Smidmore. O.... LD ' POINT WATER WORKS. Mr. LITTLa presented a petitioi'from Mr. John White, Superintendent of Water Works at Soldiers Point, praying that he might be retained in the' civic service .' After some deliberation, the'councll rejected the petition. COMPENSATION.] Mr. DnRvan presented a petition from Mr. Henry. Lord, of Disonostreet, 'builder,. praying that he might' be aiowed'f 6,the 'amount of loss sustained in consequence of his having been thrown out of his gig, by the wheel of that vehicle coming in contact with a quantity' of rubbish left in King-: atreet during the repair of a drain. The petition' was received. ". FIRt ENGINES. ,'B Alderman Macoanuorr moved a resolution to the effect that, for the protection of the |property of the citisens against injury by fir...

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

"The Mfornintg Cironicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales,, Van D?emen's Land, Sodl t t A4ustralia,. Neaw ZealanndL, und'rdiai; :and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on thest March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying- the amount due. -Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countertnanded .Orders to, discontinue or a.ler advertisements must be sent in:before sl: o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before;publication.-All instructions must be given in wrlting, and all letters postpaid. PUBLIC NOTICE.I .WVI LJIA1Yf JONES, LETTER P:IEERs AMiD @@PPERn-PLA&TI, IPROlHTIEIR, te.; &c., I`COLONNADE, BRIDGE STiB1ET,'SYDNEY, I?ESPECTF...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

-0 Qia. EnrrT.,-After a.oonsiderable.absence from 'S)dney, ' had theipleasure.on last Suaday of hear' log the Very'::Rev Vicar.Oeneral, pre.ch at high ,mas. ;: 'I have.libeiid manry a preacher, and eloquent ones `lto,. Some, peshaps, whoas ornate and flowing style delighted 'th'eear more.thtan the Vicar.Gene .ial' : but whethelrfrom the inherent power of his dri course, or my peculiar frame of mied at-the time. 1 do nbit recollect ever'to have'" things invrsible to maortal sightl' brought belfre my• minds eye more .viv dly, norkLoown r felt :the wonderful secrets of the ihnvisible wvorld:mord airikingly pourtrayed before the mentialvisloat, nor yet the emptiness :and fragility of :all ?hich the world ademiresshown in a strongeri :light. When he diescribbe'the re plendent glories of the just-whenhen ie unfolded the riches of the Redeem 'er's kingdom, to which nothing on earth is like:: for though, (as he said) there are goodlj objects to be "seen here-the .palaces of king--their sump...

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NATIONAL CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

NATIONAL; CRIME. -o- (From the; Nation.) The vices and virtues of.a'nation, can never be objects: ofindifference.to.the surrounoding members of the human. family. As, objects of contrast, of, imitation, or of' caution,' the evil:and the good,' which is: Found in other. countries, will always be studied by the:members of a civilized state with care and anxiety., But the: advantage which; this study may.confer will depend very much!upon the mode in which it is undertaken. The spirit with whichEng. lish writers of tie present day are animated, in. theirl disquisitions upon the crimes of other countries, is one whose only fruit is-bitterness and exasperation.: Whatever is evil in every ttiie' ronud them is seized upon as a ,medium 'for: the assertion of superiority that does not 'exist but in their own imaginations, and whatever is elevated or. noble is the object of sneer and sarcasm. Their praise ise issmall and qua 'lifed, their censure loud,,noisy, or bitte~, and their self-applause...

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ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

ADJOURtNED MEETING OU TEi CATHOLIC" COMMUNITY. , _! : A: Ao djourned meetiDn of'the oatholic'cOi?imu. oily took:place yesterday, in St. Mary's Catihdral, for the purpose of receiving the report- of- the an. swer to the deputation that waited upon his Excel. leacy the Governor, according to' appointment.' . His, Grace' the" AicuiarsnoP' having iaken" thq chair; addressed the meeting as foll'ows i-Hbesaid, that ar the principal part- of'the business iad ?been tranmscted r;' the last day f'f -meeting,?':when they assembled for 'the purpose of taking into"considera tion'the circular- of his "'Ecelleocy the :Governor, oni'the subject of tiheissue'of( public mbney, for the yeiar 1844," destined for ecclesiAatical, uses,eor for public woiship, It wasn not deeried necessary to call togethe;'on that day,` the comunioity at large, froni their istial'avocation, 'to receive the answer given by his' Excellency to the deputation appointed to wait on 'him, inasmuch as that answer would be communic...

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ST. MARY'S BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

ST. MARY'S iELLS. Tius sound of bells is melody itself. There is a something id the powerful tones they elicit i, in their sonoroui iundulations,' spreading in majestic circles afar; oven in' their, monotony, which induces the soul to melancholy, and `disposes it to poetic con templation. It is strprising that so few musical authors should have written on the subject. Few persons are to be found, now-a-days, tho roughly acquainted with their use and management., "There are. in London several societies of ringers.; The pratelee of ringing his been reduced to a science,: `and peals have been composed, hyich bear the nalne of the inventors. Throughout France there still remain escellent bells in half-ruined towers and steeples;the effects of the revolution, yet the art of bell-ringing may almost be said to be lost; hence; the harsh and diacordai.t notes which so frequently` grate the deafened eiars of travellers, so much so tha" the municipal authorities, remarkable for the delicacy of...

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CLAY versus LOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

CLAY versus LOWIV. T'r above HIon. Member of our Legisla ture, having as reported in the Herald, said " he hoped, that thongh this'Colony was called the refuge of every thing bad, the Council would not become the receptacle of antiquated and foolish notions, hunted up from every portion of the civ.ilized globe." Mr. Lowe's dicta may stand in very high estimation in his own mind, and even inthe drawing-room of government house; and no doubt amongfsome of the Sydney im-' porters: but we'iimagine his finme as a le gislator, will not travel much farther. It is really strange that he could have ventured in the face of day,, and in the teeth of evi dence,.to have put forth such assertions. We are: quite aware that ,free-trade doc trine has become very fashionable in.Eng land, (for eveiy.thing has its day), a cbun try which has attained' its 'present prodigi ous pre-eminence in agriculture, manufac tures, dommerce and shipping, under the advantage and favor of protBctive laws: but now, hav...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

THE. MORNING CHRONICLE. IVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1844, " De just anid fear not: Let all the ends thou ishn'st t be thy country's, Thy Goeda, andtrith'~s.* ' Bhakspere. SMALL FARMS. hr is; we fear, too,true, (however it is to be depldred) that 'there is no appearance of His Excellenty taking any active stepsi whateovr in procuring or promoting, that most ddsirable consumniation, the extension' of 'aficu!tur'al'farms, through the? Clony,' whoerVer the 'situation' and soil are fit and 'favourable. * Nothing done, or to be done by Govern ment, in the distribution of the territorial surface of the Co.ony, could at all approach it for the improvement of the state of so ciety; in industry, decency, morality, and all the social and domestic virtues-and above all, in the number of cradles it would scatter over the face of the land (for every child soon becomes a man or woman,) and in the cultivation of grain, wine, fruits, and other productions, and the universalplenty it would diffuse. : In ...

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ANGLO-COLONIAL BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 January 1844

ANGLO-COLONIAL BANKING. WE give, underneath, a few returns, and English, observations on Anglo~Colo nial Banking: no doubt, these writers praise it: they praise every thing which brings in money into the' hands of a comparatively few men, already overflowing with wealth':i but.these: writers never condescend to ask how this fine System of Banking works in' the, Colonies, for whose good alone it' ought to be permitted in those Colonies.; It formed no part of the writers plan,? to' unravel the unparalleled miseries those; Anglo-Colonial Banks are capable of pro ducing, and have actually produced. Were nst the excessive issues, and enormous-' inflated rise in prices here, in 1836---7ý-8 -9 and 1840, caused chiefly by their un bounded-.command of capital, and profuse,; reckless and excessive issues? And was not the subsequent pailic and present distress, ini 'gr'eat partowing to their,withdrawal of the; circulatingmcdium ind discount of bills ? .Could these things have occurred in one h...

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VISIT OF AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN TO THE FIELD OF WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

VISIT OF AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN TO THE FIELD OF WVATERLOO. [From the Scotch Reformer's Gazette,] , ,"Oht whatar these, . Dcath milisters, not men, who thus deal death Inhumanly to een, and multiply Ten thousand fold the sin of him who slew Ills brother, for of whom suoh massacro Make they, lut of their brethren t men of men " P'aradise Lolt. I have just returned from Waterloo. "* And what motive had you·low after ilie lapse of twenty. eight years, in golog to the.,battle-feld of WVa. ierlool" Perhaps it was, that standing on the ield of battle, 1 might deepen the abho'rence which I' have long felt and cherished of war, in alli its aspects of slaughter, and suf?,ring, and, rime. But I have been to Waterloo-anod my soul is sick.' The.distance from Brussels is twelve miles. The road lies nearly half the way through a very thiek and tall beech forest. .At the time of the' goat battle it was much more extensive than it is now. *Large liacts of IL have been recently cleared up and the proc...

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HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

HER BMAJESTY'S VISIT TO FRANCE. -0 The following letter from the Times reporter, ap pears in that journal of September 2nd * - " Eu, August 31. " I mentioned, in my 'letter of yesterday, that I inet his Royal Highness the Prince do Joinville on the way between Dieppe and this place. He was proceeding to Cherbourg, via Havre, to embark on board a ship of war' to escort her Majesty hither. At the Chateau it is now believed that .the Queen will not arrive before Sunday nexat - " M. Guizot arrived at nine o'clock this morning, having travelled all night from Paris. le appeared nevertheless, in excellent health. Marshal Souls has been written for, and will be here. .Lord Cowley is expected to-morrow. " All, the, Chateau, is to be placed at the disposal' of her Mlajesty, and suite, except those portions ab. solutely indispensible for the royal family of France.. The. barracks furnished by Mr. Parkharn (that fortunate, and-as every body says-meritorious industriel) do not sufficeto accommo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

N EW'SUBSCRIPTIONS for St. Patrick's Church, Sydney a-BSunday evening, January 7th, 1844.. ' £ s. d.' Very Rev. F. Murphy . ,,q;.. ' 0. 0 Ditto, Restitutiqn money . -,:.,6 "1 17 6. Rev. Edward Mahony ...a:..' 0 0 John M'Encroa .....,... LO 2 6 Mr. Jonn M'Andrei :....... 0' 2 6 Michael Dalton ?: ..;... ' 0'2 " James Byrnes ' .".,r;i.::. O' 2 6 Conyagham . ... . .:. 0 2 6 Edward h1'nenore ..:,, ... ., O2 6 S" A. J. . M'GQiga ..... 0 2" 6 John Flenna ; V'.t- . R2".. 0 ,.. ,0.10; 0 , Joseph Cov4ny. i,..,1o. 0 5 0 Thos. neveatny 0 '" 6 John Riley : . O2. 6 n.,?.Thomas Fox ,: . t'!;: 0 5i 0 ,1 Qilligan. , ;.- ;. :'viv;r t ; 0 dater ay?ssle .. ittt?q .;.;.' 0 2 6 . , peler' C(rtiie' diit ' Wats Crtis'aa ilitto ' .. . O9s '0 2 . George Cdrtir's 4itt '? +.Q i'.l.',O0 0 0 Henry Qurtisas .dititq' i, *A 0.. 3 l7+ E. Sullivpn's ditg ..,..,',. 0 2- 0 A Priend .. '0 2, 6 Miss H. A. Raffertly' weekly collect0ol'"0. "I 1 -: Sarah Donalddon's ditto ; .. ?.'. .. 6 A child's ditto .t,.O 0 1 3 Mass Mary...

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CHAPEL AND MONUMENT TO THE MEMORY OF THE LATE DUKE OF ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

CHAPEL AND MONUMENT TO THE IIIEMORY OF THE LATE DUKE OF SORLEANS. -0 'Itis.known that the Chapel St. Ferdinand, con, ecerated to the .memory.of H..R. H. the Duke 'of, Orleans, has been erected on the spot where thati siceepired. The plan of the chapel is that of a Greek croas. The principal altar opposite th? entrance is dedicated to the Virgin, behind it are steps leading down into a vestry, which is situated outside the cruciform 'plan of the b'uildingo. The armn'of.the cross 'ro occupied, that to the'right by .a .hael dedicated, to St. Ferdinand, the other by a. statue representing the prince, .habited as a general officer, inthe position he was at the moment of his death. Above the hesdgf the Duke of Orleans, h-'s ben placed an angel knee!ing, in prayer, one p the works -of sculptured..marble .of the :Pincess Alary3.''1hercdlined'figure of the Prince' was ez ' tied by 9'M. T'riueti, afiera design of '1. Ary Scheffer. On the principal (ront ofthe sarcophagus, t' he.Genius of ,Fra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

&W*NTM I'OUTHT OHItUNLOLB. `Broulee, Mr .':(,,\1'Caulegy ,,,.. ,: \ Pattorcoa,_Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Port Phillip, MNlr. J. Bullei , o'ylloaýiiag ,nr. Edward,CorrJ o .. : Bathurat, Mr. T. Jones , ,t ,,; i(tt .. . .;x ,; oulurUAir. lIeary Tjompino I Hobart,Tgwn,,p1r, JttpBRegani Hkiaug; Mr.jT". ?oynton. MlaiLlatl,,Mr.; ge . `. ,f :. ll4udge, .Mr. . Sampson.. ,,fCampbelltown, &q,,Mr. M'Alite1r3. W.lndsor,,Mr. James Cassidy .r, ,.. 'ealith,,Mr..Jlune, MbCardly,, Jerry'. L'ialns, Mr. J.J. Harpur ; {s Biungna I, Mr. Edwaord liugbse Wolbgnbl, Mr. Miohabmo Byrne . 1?ublirhad ir 1the UaIled Aluj4om by t Mr.,Joues, 03, Patersurtor~rowrJIqag4on. M,WdrlW. J. Batte sby, Fip KEas-brlldge, 'r11 tet,, git~ 9blin. r :.·)·. Bydnoyl rlrfntd and Publigl.. d by WflAKl'Ahly, Ut· Bridge.sprot, al th. Ohrontcle Odoc, Brklde..ti9.l,

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HIGH WATER N SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

r.1 agge''l'IDtLtpI. T.SYDNZIY.OOVE. :0u...+ ? ?IIIM DAT.,, . , u?in. p..2 morng JO min. p. 2 rvening ,l in, p. 2 morning I 18 min. p..3 evening " 2rn ,' i " " MONDAY. I * p. S42 min. 4 4 morning I, 18 min. p..4 evening WIIDYRIDAr. 0 mwit.pb 4nmor'ing I 5 moin. p. 6 evening ". TI DPATII. 30 min,.p'b 6nolohnK . I -. min. p, 6 alvepin 18 min p 6 ~ita6Wing ' '42 win. p. sOolening mn un.: pi 7 nooingl I. .:;2 sin. p.. evening. L n nrew Usis dai 7 mnin. p.,6;' setsl 1 ni n. p. .7 SLast Quarter Mioon;''?tbh;,d mnu. pst7- moorn,

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ERRATA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

ERRATA. W 'Ehave .again :to .claim indulgence for se veral typographical errors in Wednesday's "Chronicle, owing to the lateness of the. hour, or rather earliness (two o'clock in the morning), at which the proofs were ready -?.we trust it may not be repeated. If .errors (as they sometimes will) should again' occur, we hope our readers will, believe, that though we may use bad arguments, we shall not outrage orthography, gram mar, or common sense, nor Make whole reglons in despite Of geography to.lhange their aite. As our printer makes us .to do on Wednes day, when we .talk of a treat (for trait) of Protestant liberality--and cause Mr. Ark utright to die in Dublin, whereas that wor tLiy SeptJfillionaire bade farewell to this our planet, at his seat in DerbUshire : indeed any one might guess it was a mistake to .say that an Irishlnan `should die worth £7,000,000; whereas very few of them ever did, weoth oae tenth -of one million. The Irish character is more for dispersion than cecitra...

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REVIVAL OF IMMIGRATIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

tLEYIYVAL OF jIMMIGRATIGf. THE ".Servant's Registry Office;" in Bent, streqt, .formerly established by Mrs. Chip holm in order to fqrward labour into the interior, has been lately re-opened by that .lady.. The great utility.of such.an office,, both to the settler and the citizen, is very apparent; and we are glad to hear that the lady intends to keep it open as a permanent office for engaging .servants.of pll descrip tions. Every agreement. entered into at this ,offige is ,made ,in triplicate : ,one is given to the employer, and one to the ser vant, a third is kept in tj.e office, as a ..recrd of thie.engagerpe.nt, Much yaluable information may .be gathered from .this Register, of agreement; it will enable the f-riends to tracte.QUt their relatives, as every information. is'taken down connected with -the .party engaged, and to our knowledge much distress has been caused to xPany' ji?ersons, 'froi their inability to.disqover ,the residence of their relations. Thhp o.fice is, ipqn!4ai...

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CAMPBELL TOWN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

OAMPBELL TOWN s8BOo ,v ',' The pupils of the Camth?lic Sc1ioo1, ,oodlcted by Mr. asidMrs. Webb, underwent an er1anlsatiois on Friday last; December -';,and:.thlr pieeL were, awarded by the Rev, J. Goold, as follows : Tin StIvan MSDAL -Master Heifh 'Byrne,. wriinu'and:' arithmbtic; Miss Ann'T?t'id, -the best: recitation and general good behaviours.. ; :. • For English Grammar, MasterC .L ee. For Reading, Miss 11. A. Rudd. CArTcfIsm -First class.-Miss S+eah Shiel, first prize; Miss Caroline Hurley, s-iecond prize. Second class.-Maater W. Byrne,:first`'prlse ; P. M*Alister, second prize .Third. clas.--Miss C. Crotty. . The reverend Fentleinsn, and lidies uttl gentle men, present, testified their great.approbation on the improvement and general demeanourof. tihe pupils. A prize was also awarded, by Mr, Webb, (who officiates as Organist to the Church), tI Miss Sarah Warbjy, for her prelciency'ii the clilr;-. ' The Rev. Mr. Goold bestowed tie highest edlo. glum on the manner In which the ...

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