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CORN LAW DEBATE IN THE LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

S,,.(4? i v Ti/J eQArB / a?:I, Ty ?.,,) ., *The " social reform :bill' has beeh submitted to the serious consideration of their lordshijSi ~hid?likh all the reforms it has n erccejycd more in sulkiness than silence. The debate was lpig, andj, in justice wemus'tadd, able-and, *ell )reoHdlld:' It Is ndWx'-. aggeration to say that th 6:e;' s'' ' tlhe rni,?iib?and of the world are fixed, on the Upper 'hus'e, and its .members seem fully aware of tile gravity bf 'their .situation ahd the'ii'fu'l 'xiecLtdiiy with`vhich iheir sltimate ~e'isln ?i s ai Jeiu t• -l ' . i • The Reform Bill was not.iamore momentous mea sure, and.if England looks on without'ihe threht'of marclhes.from Birmingham niiil ?ldk'itiei 'c'einmp ments, theinterest is not les.c.pi, , or.~i na6tional attitude less imposing. The 7'ot'ds.feel the double jower which presses them tdi' coVi t catitiraryjiudg |aents, for thlere canbe=little quec fiiElidtt 'fa"rimers of England, though they have not. spoken, hro adverse .to the po...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 1846. ROBIN HOOD'S LETTER.—OUR LIBEL PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

:.SYDNEY CHRONICLF, ' W'EDNESDAdY, OCT. 21, 1846.' 'ROBIN ITOOD'S3 LETTER.-OURI LIBIEL PROSECUTIONS. .IT will be seen by '?a reference- to .our Su preme Court :intelligence; that on Monday :last Mr:'Lowe on behalfof Benjamin 'Boyd, Esq.,'moved'fbr a rule nisi against the pub ..lisher of the-Chronicle, for inserting-in-that journal onthe 23rd September last, a letter signed " Robin, Hood." 'The rule- is re turnable on' Monday, i.cxt. We had hoped ,that after the apology made .by-the writer of the letter,-which we published in a sub sequent number, -no further ;proceedings. would have been taken in the matter ; but :in .this we have been deceived. "Robin Hood" hlas-informed us, that since his first apology,:which: we. publishea, he . has .for trwarded another.to the whole of the gentle men who -consider 'themselves injured by .iis letter ; wit i:n: cflfer to publish it if proceedings' against Mr. Hawksley were stayed. Of this apology, no notice what -ever has lieeni taken. We do not w...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

; lNEW INSOLVENTS. Ocronov..17.-James M'Cracken, of Clyde-street, Sydney, carpenter. Debts, £51 lts., Assets, per sonal property,.£3 10s.; balance deficiency, .48. Clark Irving, ollicial assignee. 19.---Richard Shaw, of Kent-street North, shoe maker. Hutchinson Bell, ollicial assignee. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL PAPERs.:-Owing to some fresh regulation, during the greater part of the last session of Council, and the whole of the present, the Editors of the Sydney journils have been compelled to send a copy of their paper every publication to the Legislative Council chambers, in return for twhich they receive, or are supposed to .receive, the .whole of the cquncil papers ; though prior to last session these papers were forwarded to all the journals without any exchange. Ever since .this regulation was in force we have regularly for warded a copy of hie Chronicle -to the Council chamber, but we have not in return been so regu larly supplied wiih our " exchange" papers.? Some of them we have n...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND MONDAY. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

Sup'temIts 4~outrt. .-_ FRIDAY, SATURDAY, ANn MONDAY.. CRIMINAL JURIS DICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. -: FORGERY. William Cummipgs was indicted for having, on the 15th February, 1839, forged and uttered a pro missory note for 11702.? purporting to be a jointnote by William Cummings, .Thomas Cummings, and Jeremiah Grant, in favour of William Henry Mac kenzie, payable three years after date. The prosecution was conducted by the Attoiney General and Mr. Michie, and the defence by.Mdr. Windeyer.. > The case was ; very complhx one, and for the pro secution rested chielly on the testimony of ia person ,named M'I'nnis, formerly:an overseer to Mackenzie, who was sent to Grant-in order to procure his signa ture. and who stated that tliehnites were signed by a person who called himiself?? ant, and who the prisoner himself introduced to M'Innis as Mr. Grant. This evidence was in most-part contradicted.by.the witnesses for the defence, and who positively itated that.the prisouer...

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REVIEW. The History and Fate of Sacrilege. BY SIR HENRY SPELMAN. And an Introductory Essay. BY TWO PRIESTS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Masters, Aldersgate-street, London. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

JEV'I fI:V. (From The Beacon,; May 30.) The Hlistory and Fate of Sacrilege. By. Suc IcxavSSPtu;.MAN. And an Introductory Essay. BY Two ItiESrTS OF TIHE CHURCH OF,ENGOLAND. Masters, Aldersgate-street, London. " Out of the forty-one noblemen who were thus enrichled by the spoils of the abbeys, eight only have, at the present time representatives in the male line ;. and lhe families that do exist have, as we shall see,. experienced, a itli scarct ly an exception,' fearful judgmients." So write the editors of this work in an, Introductory Essay as valuable, pierhaps inure soi,' than the book itself ;' and this, with the text of. 'He that buildeth his house with other men's-moiley, is like one that gatherethlt himself stones for the tomb at his tiuiial," will give fle' readi: a key to the au:lhor and Itis.,woirk, and the-gifted:editors and their Introductoiy Essiy. In their preface the edi tois tell us that this hisiory,. now fur the first time rqprinted, was coniiunenced by Sir Henry Sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

aTAe"Sydny Chronicle" is published twicea week, on: Vednesday and Saturday; and s extensively circulated troughout New Soulh Wales, Van?d? tn' Land, South Australia, w Zedland nd ia d i E iad lan nd reland.- The Quarters end 30th June, 30th September,: andolst December.; at'uhich perioda only subscribers? n decline receivind it; after payiyng.?t?e: n :ndie.-Adved.? s ns.i should mark oa eaca advertisement Z he number nd insetions reuir~ed; otaie indee orad.i till countermathnd o t discontinue or alter advertisem eents must be sent in boe/ore ix'o'clock on nthe evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new adverb nt d a eedtr're recoisod tillaar'i? ock - one e ac... advertise me . e . m.e- of insetn r; otherwise the aret c oiinn tl cutm de Ornd to ga,.adetfmnsaercie zý n," 9.e e , .,. be9r pu9ctov-l intuto1ms egvni rtig l etr otpi -1NO I. IC . ?I.. T HE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, and the Public in general, are respect fully informed, thct the following rules will in future be strictly adhe...

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Government Gazette, FRIDAY, OCT. 16. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 October 1846

FRIDAY, 'OCT. 16: IMPOUNDINI B. Murrurundi, on the 2nd, 5th, and 8th days of Oct6bi...roain' entire'" colt, white 'face 'and' legs, briiided M 'iear '"ldtildbir, two yedra bld~Uamag6s lt.; .yellow and white,bullock, branded JP oil rump, 3 or 5 off shoulder ; -brindled bullock, white belly, same brands';brindled?,ow, SS.wit :itDL under or 88 with dO under oil' shoulder.; red and white bul. lock, ROD oil' ribs.; red 'and white bullock, SRi oil ribs; red sided heifer, A and anr; ipdistinct brand after it oil ribs; red- bullock, LW near ribs, coat rough, notch out of near ear; strawberry bullock,: IL off rump and ribs. If the abovb' cattle :ire riot relesed', thby' wlll'c"sold'oW Mloniloy, telio 9tl'No-' vember. ' 11s l.' Marulan--brown cow,; white tail, star in' frehllad, picf outof' both' bars;L granlled ?AC oh rump ; aiý an ribs off side; yellow sided heifer, backi belly; and face white, off ear slit, illegibl'! brand' eiear'rib's ; iedsteer, branided FM over 7 ol rump't; I hlte ttet...

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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

CATTLE :IARKKT. :. 'AMILr.cou Cows-9 milch. cows sold at 50s, to 90s. per head.. . . CArLvaS--10 calves sold at '12s. 6d. to 16s. each.

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

. CA, tP'qELL STREE'P MIRK 0T. I It- -38 loads of hay sold 10at 5 Os. to . per ton. STraw-14 `loads sold at 3s 6d. to Is. 6d. pei POD'" o 81 `loads sold at?hl to 8d:8 per'dozen ii BEDDING d to Os. 6 S lier Load. WFiAT-6 l'Ioads only were disposed of at 5s to s: 3i per buishel.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

ARaIVALS. October 20.-Sapphire. barque, 254 ions, Cap tain Miller, from Manila the 24th July. 22.-Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Unthank. from Port Nicholson thle 26th September, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 7th October. Passengers Mrs. Foster, Mr. Miles, Mr: M. Russell, Mr. John CampbellMr. Henry Bell, Air. Thomas Burns, Mr. John Evans,.Captain Bourgenofl.,with the oflicers and crew of the French whaler Colon. 23.-Mary Anne, sihooner, 52 tons. Captain Claphamn from Port Niclolson the 29th September, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 7th October. Passengers-Mr. Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, pnd Mr.. and Mrs. Hodges and child. DEPAaTURES.. ,,October 21.-Iajah, barque, CaptailnFerguson, for Loondon. Passengers-Mr. 1R. How. Mrs. Flow and three daughters, Mrs. Ferguson anid child, Dr. Geddes, N.N., Madame Verreaux, Mr. Cowper, Mr. L. Hordern, Mr. R. Jackson,. Rev. Mr. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Jones and child, Mr. G. Hart, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. P. Flood, Mr. Rowe, Mr. G. N. Russell, and Mr. W. ...

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

GEORGH-STREET M IRKTT. SaILt biutter, bacon, and ch e- o sales t? port. Forty-six loads of eget ables' 25'ildsis f fruit, and ( of foWls paid dues; during the week, for price of which see markei note.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

ILrg:0latitf 4tfItt lotl. ...,:THURSDAY, OCTOBER .22.: The SPEAKER took the chair at halt-past three. PARTY rROCEssOGiNs. Mr. BLAND presented i' petition'from the mnem bers of the order` of'Forresters, prdiying to be ex eiptied from the operatiun of the Party Processions Bill. The petition having been reiam Mr. BlIAND moved that: it be received, and thought the petition did the society much credit as evincive of the nqture pf theo principles on which' -the societywas.basedc,~: r';:- ..:. ,. ,. "The COLONIAL SECRETARY tild not oppose the motion;, but ihougt tte peiition originhated in a mistaken! notion' as to thle. Act, which, would not a lect stcieties founded on the principles'of that from ',hicihthe petition had been' presented. .'The petition wad thlen rceived.. , " COtPBNSATION. M:' r.' iRElWt T.ER presented a petition fromn John MIacnaiv i ra,' tide.wbiir.'at Port 'Phillip, who had . been dismissed froon aolicein consequlence of having his orn broken, and praying compensation ...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, OCT. 20. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

1 0 IM vi ? IIIIt 'Qi I I i -TUESDAY,'OOT.'O20. :! TITLE D1lDS' " The ulermentloned Deeds have been, ransmitted frdmn the office of the Colonial:Secretary ,to that df tile itegistranr General for enl61h?irit':"tilhder the provisions of flhe Act of thle,~overnor id Legis. lhtive Council, 7th Victoria, No. 16, obe by him fIrwitrded througih the Surti~or,'(ieher'al to the Colohaul Tr hturer, by whom. notlfia'ldltrif fthjeir receipt atfhis Oflico will be madi e to tiie Granfeees, by ldtter, after which they,will,be delivered on appli datidb , vie "- - io Arn oATrolmo cioCa ImllAI. Deeds dated l't6 de 14 20. The Most Reverend JohnlBedePolditg?, D.D., i~d In Athbishop of the OCHith?' ?i6tne,'ihe Very ` itcv. urnry It rrgory Gregib - 1ev'.'i" n M'Ef 1 rood 10. perches, parish~of Alexandria;C'Oity bo yjtisy 'at` Abidsrcifi;ibr'ielace; iii tili& a trift'siees Iff'ii 1tdci{ff diiCothiccffc' C ei li'afi " Cl fg'Wiiafia' I2 Rv.'` T)b&st1W' M' i oi ` Re Johii JoseplW `lieiy, .Joh...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.! ( TUESDAY;'OCTrOBER" 2O._ 11e/ore the' Cidef Cornminfitoner.r PROOFO1GOLAINU.M - In the .stAte of Thomas Charles ThsomMs a' single mesrtn g: 'fk Chnrch and School lands, 021. 14.. Jasper Morley, .; :Noah Buslhby, 51.; Richard Dawson, 401. Tiohe mting allowed the insolvent to retain his furniture aind wearing apparel. Iii the estate'of John Gunning. sen.,an adjourned. single meeting was held, at which the insolvent was examined at some length by the official assignee, and the following claims were proved r-Michael M'Ma lion, 21. ; Joh"Macnahritirral1:-19slO.. .

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

I 8ydney iv.Larcets. -0- FooaauUTUD P rTO OAST *V 524MG.] * FLI)U1,k . v t it lcc.' .s.ds.. d, . lauur(dne). y, I.0Ih.s ... ,.. U 17 ., to u 18 .0 Ditto (seaa3.ala, O"tto 0 .. DILW (ratioati. difut 13 ii 0 14' dread, 3d' aiiet, v .3K4* U U 0 .Uiiami.(due), y 0wL. .... ....'. 0 J .J 0 0, ..Uauo. seaouu), ditto, .., 00 .. 1)18 0 Hay, VLosuu. . 10 it " 9 0.0 Untoettoif), 1p Ocm 8..b 0 0 100 Waia~Lt traw,; 3j w. .036.0 4' 8 jFoddir,per l.....'...: .... ...." U' 4. ,4, ".:0 0. 8 BeddIIng, pertoad.... .... .:... U 3 0 ".. 0 6 A Wheat, Coloutou, {1t bushel. " .... 0 b 0 .. 0 6 3. Barley,ditto ...'. '-...... ...r O U 0 .. U U 0, DUito, Capes rliu,,......"..· .... tt 0., 0. .. 0. 0 0 data, {p Uusurl twlt te+ e) ... 0, 4 6, *. 0 0 odittori i 0 .6 0) tii '. Muii'e tt(whaolie)'`ý.." .'0O 8'. 12f *draaz, 'gt:ou.uw.11.... ... .."0 13 . . . Beat oar1oa., porlb il ;..' ;!..." 0, .0 1 0 0 , ithwlper jliut~d.UL' 0 U; * " .. 01`0 0' Atuttoa, per uairing, tutt~e '... U' `t 1 `.~ 0 0 ý0: _Ultwa~per gorn...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

.ks AwIwARaD PtscEDi AwEsr NT.-- foilewn olWg is ,fouid.in a late newspaper :-l-"The owner. of a fine Newfoindlahd :dog, walkihg the other day on the south jetty with a friend;l;,as liodstihg of thie qua lities.of the arnimal, and the certainty of his saving a man from drowning, whiich his companiot .ques tionedl When :they had reached .that pact of the jetty.whlich is unprotected. by any parapet, the miaster .of the .log pushled his incredulous friend into .the outer basin, where, tie water was deep,'thouqgh calm. The. d.g justified the praisesuof .his madteri, aid in stantly plunged after the fallen man, seized .him by the coat, and was bringing him safe to shore, when another.dog of .the samne.species, which happened to lie ot? tthe noith jetty, saw i;hat was going on, and determinled to have his share in the salvage. .He plunged in,.seized another. portion .of the drowning man's coat; .butas the respective masters ofthe two dogs.wereat opposite jbints, they iplled in opposite di...

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BODY FOUND.—SUSPECTED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

BODY.. FOUN D.--SUSPECTED MU RDER. (From the Maitland Mercury.). On Sturday morning . last, the Inhabitants of East Maiiland were thrown. into a considerable state of excitement, by the report that the body of a man had been found in the bush, in. tihe vicinity of the Morpeth Road. This. report was shortly found to be strictly correct, and several of. the police force hastened to the.spot, which was pointed out to them hy a worman named Jane Macdonald, who first dis covered the corpse of the unlucky man. :.The boily was discovered lying across a ridge, at the .liead of a gully. in front of Mrs. Eckford's housq. .A huge gum-tree, which had been burning forthe last 2 months, lay smouldering and smoking iriimediately in front.of the body, which had merely been .thro'wn upon .the ground :amongst a' thick clump of. prickly furze, uncovered and:unconcealed, save :only by the thick shrubs. that grew around it. Nothing. was left of the, unfortunate being but the mere skeleton,-with here and...

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LEAVE OF ABSENCE TO CIVIL OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

LEAVE OF ABSENCE TO CIVIL OFFICERS, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct the publication, for the information of. the, Civil Officers of the Colony, .with'reference to the Notice of the Ist October, 1842, of the following Circular Depatch from the Secretary of State, dated 1st May 1846, respecting tle issue of their half-pay whbil on leave of absence. r B* his Exccllency's Command, E. DEAS THOMPSON.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

"'-' Prince Louis Napoleon Buonaparte, whol arrived in town on Wednesday night, has already received eyerys mark of sy~mpathy.and respect fropn, tht"largo cirle'of friends pand acquaintances whom Jis amja billtlt :ad treitconciliated during his long 'iedldedce ,lnlLoidon sobme: yearn ago. Those who'leadstap proved; of his attempt .to invad .Fra)ce cannot refuse him their good will, in considr atp9n:X,1i isl many estimable qualities, and are glad to se.him, safe in England, iriBerid of remain ln; t? ivar oa? his life in captivity in his prison of 4am, where hcearly. six years.of. confinement have, ,hey.think, regn a someIsat severe piudshmeni t or lia. liat;c ce'sful entrrprisei. Prince Loti$ N WbdlIe as, 6iiai td Eiifnd e>t route to yisit his fsther; who'es rhealthl s'tinart alarming state, and is. detertninlacLto steer clear of poll(ics, if not for the future, a % while lie s te ltihs,.,ngl d)i, wh.pag..of will not gabu.-- Sun, ay * Ut I ' . ,.O V I,

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