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ORIGIN CHARACTER, AND PREVALENCE OF PUSEYISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

ORIGIN, CIIA IACTER, AND PREVALENCE c OF PU?SEYFS.lI . -o.: (From Thu London Observer.) I The intense and universal interest now felt in the q subject of Puseyism, will inture an eager perusal .of, a brief statement of the circumstances under which c it originated, and the position ino v oceu vies. In: the year 1833, the late Rol. I)r. Rose of King's College, the Rev. Mr. Percival, Dr, Puosey, and.two. or three other clergymen, met. in the house of the *h first-nanmed reverend gentleman, whEn, talking over it the progress of Dissent and the unpopularity and even practical neglect into which l-igh-Church I1 principles had fallen of late years, they came to a' resolution to form themselves into a society, though I without any formal organization, to use their utmost efforts to revive and bring into practical recognition the class of principles to which we have referred. The a celebrated ".Tracts for the Times" had their origin t] in the meeting in question. These Tracts appeared n at ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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AUSTRALIAN POETS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

/ A,US'TALIAN ,.UOETS. ATTACK Ep as We are by the poet as we keeps in 'the house," and while uu?lly able to ward off his shafts, lot! another son of Phaebus advances to pierce us from behind). The 4ustralian's poet comes to aid his bro ther of the Hexald ! We are" in a sad plight indeed, thus assailed by two at a time, of the genus irritabile vatuin, ijspired by a pair of angry muses!l Why, Captain Mlaclleath was not more to be pitied, when encountered by ,the pair of .love-sick dam sels 1 Napoleon ,hinself sunk under a two fold battle. W'llington he could meet singly, or Blucher-but both finished him . At first, when we saw this second "Poet" launch hlis lightning against us, we thought (not being votaries of the muses ourselves) of asking our friend Stlbbs for A loan of his it Poet," to meet this new agressbr, but. a second look at the Australian shewed it would be vain. No I' poet" in King..street could produce such a bold and original fl gure as that of anuking Time first sad-th...

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

NOTIC I' ,' Ul SUiSC.?.lItEitS at Parra matt* are informed thut MR. THOMAS HIINsa ivill.o.all upon them :for the.awuountof their respectivo.accounts. *.je will (urwaih proper voitohers, signed by, ;tho undersigned, .and no others will be auknowledged, M. D'A RCY. WChroniclb Ofieo;M tihy..th,; 1144. AGENTS AND) COUNT:IY -010 ER S. 7 E reqguest of our Agents not to trans n ' it us any 6rders anleus they think -them to be.i4oNA FInl solteni, and re ceived in payment fromt our subsbcrbers. as we have reason to think that several ,orders ltave beenseit to lis or' collection fr .otheorparties, 'and which were never passesd as paminntrof our accounts. The ,patience is worn out of the soul, and the 'solos trou off the leet of our collector, in seeking poayment tfor ..th.se worthless traers. •

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CASH FOR EMIGRATION BETTER THAN A LOAN. To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

OAsI FOR. EM0RATION .IBETTnER T'HAN A LOAN. To t4 ,!Editor of the Mlorning Chroniole. S?rn-It- iswith estg4emoilidon? o tbatijt.ipnuro to. address' tho puplic on a subjecti of; qucvh,gtepgim portaaco-a subjecta doservibg!of! tp ;most serious allention bf the Statesmamns I feel shocked .at- my uown (temerity, .'and; can< only plead as; myexouse, ithatlrcaniot see howu 1: can carry out my:plans lvitiout,;making them:.'lInovn, that practical; men may givo them' their couslderation, and, ifithey ap. prove them, their.supporii Keenly;senditiveI know the risk Iruny i.but the laugh or ignorancewill, not affect mb,'and ': think my intentibos ar.so'weoll. un. detstobd, n.y haracter so fully knowu,;thbt sbnailble idif'if tlhey canndit 'adpportmui will.'ddi jbtite to. in intettitote s'ihe "gentlemen bf tais, colony w1ii allow a lady, If her cause is a good one, to fail fel want of support.-I rely upon their courlety. In suggesting a plan to-remove the present dis tries, I may be per...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

5ttpptung Iltelligeutcer, JAN. 9.-From the Whale Fi.hi.ry, hg American sphipTusBdloos, 283 tonsv iths arm oil b 10.- From Greenock, having left on the 1Oth October, the ship Herald, 911 tons, Coubro, with bounty emigrants. Passengers-Dr. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs Benson and six children, Mrs, Aird, and Mrs. Coubro. 10.-From the Sperm' Fish'ey., the American barque Corea, 220 tons,Baker, twenty-eight months out, with 400 barrels sperm. ; . 10.-From the Sprqp. Fishery, The . American. ship Rebeccr Sirns, 400 tons, Rayt with 1200 barrels sperm, and 150 barrels black. DBPARTUItRBS. JAN. 10.-For Adelaide, the brig'Dorset, Welsh, with cedar. &c. Passengers-Rev: Mr. Mahony; Messrs. Wright,. Mortlock, Trimmer, and Qyball ; Mrs. Burgess, Mts. Cook and child, and Mrs. Wood. 12.-For the South Sas.?s, te whaling ship Tssalpoca, with original cargo. FPsssengers-Mr. BarnardJ and Mlr. Curry. 12.-For Port Nicholqoq, the Lipely, Pearse, master. Passengers-- essrs. Hopkins, ,ownes, Lyford, and To...

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ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. AND CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

?T. PATRICK'S SOCIETY;:. 'SOCIETY FOR THE'. PROPAGATION OF TlHE FAITH, AND CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. -o In consequence of the hall of the old Court. house, Csstlereagh.street, being vacated, the. monthly meeting of the above societies was held on last Sunday evening in the hall of S'. Mary's Semi. nary, formerly known as St. Joseph's Chapel. The Vicar 'General announced from'the'eli'air, that the committee of St. Patrick's 'Chulrchi were under liabilities to the amount of £1200. and that renewed exertions should be made to' meet those liabilities, and to raise funds to slate 'the church. if this sacred edifice were once open for Divine Service, he. had no doubt but the receip's would' soon suable them to finish the' building. ' Ito made a proposal, iwhichs met the approbation of his Grace the Arch bishop, that " a branch meeting of the society should he held each Sunday evening in the school-house, 'Kent.street, North; '. for that pa!t of the city was more immediately, interested in the. ...

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LUNATIC ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

LUNATIC ASTLUM. His Excele'ncy the Governor directs it .to be notified that, under the 12th section of the Act of the-Legislative Council, passed In the seventh year of the reign of her Majesty Queen Victor.i,intituted " An Act to make'provtions for thle safe.custody of, and prevention of offences by, persona dangerously insane, and for the care and mnaintainc o t persons of unsound uind," applications for the ad nission into the Lunatic Asylum, of persons who are insane, but not dangerously so, are to be acco upanied by the following documents, vias lst.-A certificate from two lega!iy qualifieod Medical Practitioners, that they have ex smined the person, and found wim or her to be of unsound mind. , 2nd.-The.spplication must be m ode by one or moreof lte relatives or guardians of the insane jierson, which applicaltion muist he sanctioned, to writing, by-one of the J adges of iho r' Supreme Court of New South W'ales.. ;, In all applicatlona.of this nature, the relationship .in which...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

MORNIaNG CHRONICL. pSAiT'TR DY, J NfUARY 1a3 1844. . Be Jut allnd fear not: let all tho aer l thou mr'sn at t b thy ountry's, Shy Ood's, Ud truth s." hsokpsore. 'HRE .N1 W JIMMIGRANTS. SW~LL, the Immigrants have come at last :Three hundred and twenty persons have ar *rived by'the Iferald;,which.sailed frDm Gree ,nock on the ,1Qth of October:; ,anud three more 'vessels, .similarly dfreighted, may be expected every-tide,.having previously sail ,ed from London and Liverpool. . Are all these people required to supply "labour 'to the Colony. iIf they are, good *and(well : if they are not, as ..we opine, (for •we hear of nothing from'every eide,but of, * ithe ,want of employment, and of operatives going tW Valparaiso. and elsewhere), why, ,or by-whose.orders have they beenasent out ,ataueh ,a time The Colony ,to a ,dead ,. certainty .must.pey the.,passage-money, andi must also pay for their maintenance (stich, .ags it.may be) until they find emnploynient; .: for surely the Governor is too...

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THE "HERALD"—ROMISH PERSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

THE' "HERALD"-.ROMISHSi- ? ?-. SECUTION. '?iHE Herald of yesterday puts forth from the Record, an article thus headed, on which: the writer 'complacently remarks, '.hat he: does it to.' mnike his readers happy," re spectitig a Dr. Kally, who has, it seems,' been preaching "protestantispV" il Al? deira; and was imprisoned bythe iPrtuguese authorities. It- is needless for uis to wade through the whole tiresome article : it is in the usual canting, lachrymose,- lamentable , strain, about the number of British' Conpuls and Ministers who ,ae.married to.Catholic wives, or tainted with 'Romanism, &c. ,&c. We shall omit all this: but just ask, is it so extremely, decorous, or bienseant, for people to talk in this strain about persecu tion, who, not so very long ago,. hung and ripped up priests in England andIreland, for offering the homage..of divine worship to their Creator, -in the ,very way it had been offered before -them .for .1,000 years ? and jpeqple ,too, who sought ...

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TORY REPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

. TORY REPORTING, .. , :W, give underneath, a'reportjf tlhe great Repeal Meeting at MullaghtMst? front? the Glasgo;u Courier, as copied fl'owThe Times, whpse special reporter was piesent, Wp should, doubtless, "lhav' preferred giving a report of that " mbnttr'asippting" from an Irisl paper; in vliic1ihwe should be sure to hayp it faithfnllygiven ; but th Herald brought no Irish' piperi; and we copy the report verbatim, 'which, indeed, may afford a sort of amtiseinent to our readers, as a sample of the way in which the Tory press describe tlieIrish people, and Irish affairs. As for Shp.been houses; thanks to Father M?1thew .pn?. the ioble resolve of the Irish people, those wretched resorts of the aggrieved and oppressed, people, to forget in inebriety, their wrongs and their sorrows, no longer exist: they aim now at higher objpcts than anietl epjgymppt: and touching the unglazed wind?Qw.s .. of poor cabins, the Times does exactly. what ..his readers and paymasters.have plways.done; t...

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FATHER MATHEW IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

FATHER MATHEW IN ENGLAND. VFrom the lluitrated London News.J The advent of Father Mathew to -our English metropolis, for the purpose of diffusing more widely and rapidly the 'wholesome dochtino of temperance among the general community, finds a record to.day in the columns of this journal, and has been vry generally aid literally reported in the daily press. rho circuinstaucels in every tway worthy of note, far Father MaRtiew seems to be nd pnwirlees mis. (I sionary, but a man who brings with him to our el shores (from a country where ihe has almost worked re miracles in the change which hie has wrought in the gi domestic habits of the people) the prestige of unex., celptlonqale character--who is said to combine fer g vid eloquence with enlarged views of benevolence, and whose ambition is neither fame nor money, but a the virtuous promotion of. the happiness of the human race, by a direct expulsion of a great evil in society, which has, no doubt, entailed upon it some of its sharpes...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

b? ENGLISH NEWS. 'f1 6ur file of Scoteh and English liapers we have received news up to the 7th of Qotober, of which we shall, as soon as pos-. sible; give extracts. Her Majesty and Prince Albert, after leaving France an prqeeeding to England (where they remained a few days), paid a visit to the King and Queen of Belgium. Her-reception in Belgium was, if possible, more enthusiastic thian she wap .greeted wi.th in' Francp. .very puace she visited, she nas received with the warmest ydemon strations of respect. After spending a few days in Belgium, where she visited Bruges, Ghent, and Antwerp, she epibarked from the latter place for England, where she was welcomed back with the most unbounded joy and delight. Her continental trip seemed to have agreed well wlitJ her Ma jesty and Prince 4lbert; tlhey looked re markably well, and appeared in th9 highest spirits. The gr.eat movemei}t of the Repeal Agitation in Iyeland was .gaining an. im mense number of supporters from all parts of the co...

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Original Correspondence. ST. PATRICK'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. NORTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

ST. PATRICK's.TOTAL "ABSTINENoE S00IBTY, S; -:: O:NOTH tCIIMolAD.. , : Ma. EDrrITOR-Yo.; willt gratify:a great, portion oftyour readers inthis distiet, by giviog-inserlion to .the: followingc particulars of'a? 'eetotal Meeting held at Nortli:Richmondton. St..Stephens day. It was announced by: previous advertisement,: that a bullock 800 lbs. weight, thd gift of Mr.rJames Walsh, would. id ioa'sted on the occasion,.and that the Catholic Clergyman oflWindsor. would attend. 'Accordingly,'aat '10 o'clock, St.-Patrick's Windsor Band arstrived, accompanied :by. many of the most respectable inhabitants of that town, Richmond, Wilberforce, and; the sourrounding districts, at least, three hundred persons were present, and soon after commenced to. partake, (in the most orderly manner) of ths first:roasted bullock, prepared--by" teetotallers. t4'tclck,itthe -Rev Mr..Du.nne,:} resideut of the Societ~; arrved--roim Windsor, and was received with' three- hearty cheers. Having been moved to the chai...

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

"The MAfortintg Chronicle" is published twice"a week, on Wednesday and Saturday ; and is extensively, circulated throughout NNew South ales,,nan emet's Land, South Australida, New Zealand and? Ldia; 'aind in nglan icotan d;and Ireland.- The Quarter.s eTd on _ 80th. June,.30th September, and 31stDecember; at which periods oily subscribers can decline receiving it,. after paying the amourit.due. ,-Adertaers should mark d~; eich iadertisement the nimber: of?finsertionsiregqnired;,, otherdise theyare continued till codiitermnnde r :.iscontinueor. alter advertise.ments must be sent'in before six o'clock o+ the evenings of Tuesday, 27tursday, and Sdaturday but neth advertieements are received till six o'clock on;itle: evenind before vublicatiaon.-A?l;instructions must,be.givenin,wrlting,; and all letterslpostpaid.A , .PUBLiC NOTICE.j .. ?WIFLIEAM .JONES, al;TSr K 1. paIEN AMD @G:'OD r~l'4PfPP .A'ER ICOLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, "1 ESPECTFULLY ,, fakes Ionavo to J apprise his Friends'...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1844

GoJevanuttut 4Factte. -0 TUESDAY, JANUARY 9. His Excellency the Governor has bee'i pleased to appoint the undermentioned gentlemen to be magis. trates of the territory and its dependencies vi:;. John Balfour, of Brisbane River Nicholas Paget Bayley, of Mrudgee Robert Martin Cole, of Illawarra Charles Campbell, of Palmerville, Queanboyan Ronald Campbell, of Bangalore. Guulburn Constantine Talbot Chrichton, of Paterson Frederick Orme Darvall, of Boree Leopold Vane De Selis, of Tumut James Ellis, of Yass James Mackay Gray, of Omnega Cottage, Ki< i Alexander Grant, of Braidwood John Gore, of Goulburn Henry Hall, of Charnwood, Quesonbeyan Thomas Hall, of Scone Isaac Haig, of Scone - George Jenkins, of Tamworth Robert Pitt Jenkins, of Bomballa, Berrima William Warren Jenkins,of Berkely David Irving, of the Shoallaven River John King, of Buugendore John Livingstone, of the Shoalbaven liver William' lowe, of Mudgee Matthew Macelister, of Picton Robert ,Menzies, of Jamberoo Donald...

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EMIGRATION SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

'we take ,the extract; underneah from a London print, cognizant of and conversant with the.subject, containing some remarksi .on the .mode of'dontracting for vessels"to convey emigrants to Sydney; . .,,. To us here in, New .South Wales, it :is ,a .sort of .peep behind the curtain-itt shews .the spirit in which these things are managed -the narrow, mercenary, heartless .ay: in which poor and mostly ignorant people,are. sent,.and.their lives endangered in crossing the mighty deep; which separates Austrh[ia from England.: and when we see the finest ,vessels, even noble steamers,--new, sea worthy and well found, shattered to atoms by storms?i.and rocks:. what shall we'say of .the transactions in London which the Jour nal of Commerce thus unfolds.? The whole system seems unsound-it wants revision, or rather to benew modelled altogether, and placed on a more xational, honest and hu ,mane basis.. The passengers by the Herald have arrived 'safe, but will the remaining .ones.? SIt has for so...

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AUTHENTICATED PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

AvUT aN TIA T n PA?TIOUaAR s. [From the Inverness Courler.] , We briefly noticed in our last publication, the fact that the minister and some of the congregation at Logie had been deforced while:attempting to enter the church on the Sunday previous. ..The following is the substauce of, the psarticulars, sworn to by HIugh Rose Ross, Esq.,of Cromarty'r--' ?""' ' Oon Saturday, the 23rd September, Lady Ross, of Baluagowr,' called, at Calrosaie, (the residence of Mr. Ross,) and said'ihatishe had seen the church door.of Logie open,;, and as the, late minister, Mr. Macleod (who had been suffered to reside in the manse of Logie,) "had left it a few days before, the condclsioss come to wei, that the lately-appointed minister, Mr. Mackenzie, bad taken sip his residence, and that the service was to go on upon Sunday the 24th. On Mr. Ross coming down on Sunday ?mrning, his servant told him* hat *Mr. Mackenaie the minister, had just come, and was in the drawing. room.. Mr. Mackenzie said, that h...

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THE SCOTS CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

THE SCOTS CHURCH. Sir James Graham, `and his friend Sir Robert Peel, have got a customer in stub born Sawney, very different from his im petuous yet manageable brother- Pat. Sawney too, must be ruled by very dif ferent means: Gagging Bills, and Curfew .Bills, and Insurrection Bills, and Arms Bills, won't do for the unbending Scot: nor would he stand tithe levies, or scenes lille that at Rathcormac, where a widow kissing the gaping: wound of her slaugh tered son, a: parson rides up and asks, "Well, Madam, will you pay me now?" If an Archdeacon Ryder would dare, on a like occasion, to ask such a question in Scotland, ten thousand claymores would start from their scabbards to avenge the exotic insolence. * We give the' following as a prpof that Janet Geddes has left some children to succeed her: and possibly. one or other of them may yet fling a stool with effect : RIOTING IN iOSS-SHIRE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

AGENTS AND '.COUNTRY ORDERS. SE request of our Agents not to trans 'O +? iit' n-siany orders, ,nloes' they thiinki them A.tobe. ?'O1A FIDB, and re geivel in. payment:from our subacribers, as we have reason to think +thpt several orders have been sent to usiorcolleotion for other parties, 'aud.,whioh were never" passed as payment of our accounts. The patience is Worn out of the soul,, and the soles from IfT the feet of our oollodtor, in seeking payment for these worthless' orders. .. EW SUBHSCR[PTIONS for St.: , L Pairick's Churchi, Sydney :'-Sund'y evening,, January 14th, 1844.: - Mrs. Dalley, Lower .George-street .... 6; 0, 0 Rev:.Johi~ M'Enro'e ......; .0 2: 6 J. T; Lynch ..... .. O10 0 Miss O'Brien; of the, Namoi, per, Rv. - J.:T..Lynea .. ........ 1., 0 0 Mr. W. M'Adam. 0 ...... 0. Jobh Welch . 0 2 6 ames Madden: .. ...... 0" 2 6 William Murphy .. ...... 0 'Oullen) A, ,6, ,...'".. "& 2 " :i .? ard Bienas . 0::6 0 Master' Cyle " ' 0 2 6 Miss Il. A. Rafferty's weekly culle...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

WENNKLY METEOR )OLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OP TIHI TIIRRMOIIRTR4 & . S. N. O. WIND. W.DuoNasur. ....JAw. 10 I70 I 7. S1 W. Cloudy TIA ......... 11 6?170 73 N.H. Ditty " fVmnAr :........... 19 72180 78 N.K. Ditto ' S?TRoAr ......... 13 78 81 78 N.*. Ditto SUNDAY... ........ 14 179182178 1 N.S. | py ,, LO nDA............ 1 70 78 70 18.. Cle " '{ OsDAT ....:...... 18 7073 70 N.S. Ditto Mat. tempent. re, 74, 1,

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