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

IMPOUNDINGB. . -. Jerry's Plain, on the 10th of October, from'nthe lailds df Mr.;' Donhelly-yellow : aided' workilig bullock speckled head, iostly'of :.?White' colour, branded .'R. conjoined on-olf iiip,. like ,M or W on near hip, damages 2d.. Aso, from. Birnam Wood- red cow, in poor. condition. brand indistinct from roughness of coat; resembling HC on oflf hip,srmalk hiece 'of 'bf topiear, 'with 'a' youbg'bidullalf'byhbr side;. red and wlhite' spottedsc iii'r al~ded'4'ineeaz ribs, and like W over same;. white bdiled .bull cijf, ,red spots on head, neck, .offir fore arm,. and?anear 'rump, apparently unbranded;. damages. Is. eaeih Also, fruin barrn?gtbniPark-bay horse, white spot in forehead, stripe on nostril, nicir liid foot white; branded O on il' side of neck, sa ll illegible bran under saddle near side, seems about, fIe, years oldW. 'quiet' to handle, mane on ,.wrong .,side ;,. pesnti 'hdise, blaze ddwn face, brands itndistinct througl~ :rozughness bf coat, 'like 901 on, near"si...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

* i, ctgtS0attWR 40olo tcl. t 4TUESbATr OCT. 20., :- ;t th~ie SPEA'I l'tool thIeWct'r ut the* datal hou: -. ·?,,, ,il t a,5it lieB., :l nC ?t :!i t J;LA. Mir. BLAND gave notice that hewouldonr'lFiday. ,move, til(an1 ads?sej' ~fesentec to his Excellency tthe6'~i6brnii-rpi; ing that his Excellency will be as a.penslon `for ,tie':` idow 'ff the late- Mr. Justice uKinchela. S.. > cONVt'l". .c;.." , Mr. WENTWORTH- gave notice that he-would; .on Wediesday move, that an tl'dress be presented;fo *his Excellency= the. Governor,;iraylng -that his Ex .cellency will be pleased to order that the following .retiurs beitaid befoe tieGcidUiii!-' 3 1. A return;of:the number ofconvicts now in .assigsn ent. , , 2. A return.of the number of convicts in gangs, S?or other public employment in the,Colony. 3 A return of the .number of convictslwho have .,s?lned free pardons since. thei setlement of the .obtained. conditional pa rdons. 5. A return of the .number of convicts whos Spp ýton for.conditional ...

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

' UlSCRTik luN- LIST;" FO T lE :" IRISH RELIEF FUND.: Amount alreadyadvertisedl . ...... 2437 11', 8 Collected in East Maitland Church, on, Sunday, 27th September last;,and for wiirded by the Rev. G. K. Risden ';.. 4" 5 0 Mr."IR.M. Robey : .;.. 2 21 0 Abram'Brierly ...... 1 1. 0 Alfred Denison 1 0 0 Officei s, Non-Commissioned Oificers, and Troopers of the Mounted Police . 20'" 0 0 Mr. W. Bowman,: M; C... ...... 2 :2 0 Collected by Mr. Gabriel Bennctt. Mr. Thomas:Horne , ' ' : ... . . 0 5 ,0 ,Widow Nagle .......... 5 0 Mr. Benjamin Lewis. 0 10 "0 Daniel Boyle ...... ' 5 0 -John Hanran 0 5... .. 0 -Gough. senior --, . 0 1 0 Bridget Macaulick 0 ..... 0 A Teetotadler ...... 3 6 SCollected at Aippn by the Rev. Mr. Sparling. Rev. Mr. Sparling .. .:.. 0 10 A Mrs. Sparling 0 101" 0. 'Mr. P. Elliot : - ..... 010 0 .l. Elliott . ..... 10 0 .. George Woodhouse ...... .. 2 0 William Sieeny 0..... ' 5 0 'GeorgeToll ..... 0 4' 0 'John Colman ...... , 1 0 .-: :.T. . HJume ...... 5, 0 E. Hume 0 5 ...

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

LEoISLATi;Vt CouNc'r-..-Mr. 'Bland' motion for a' pension to Mrs Kincnela; was stetir. day negatived in the Council. The motion for call of the House on Tuesday next was al?s nega; tived." The Colonial Spirits Exportation Bill'wai passed throughL committee, and ordered to ieread a third time on Tuesday next. The Appropriation Bill was gone through and ordered to beread athird time on Tuesday.: It is supposed that, on Tuesday, the Council will adjourn until 'Friday, when hi "Excellency, it is expected, will prorogue the Councl. GOVERNMENT GAZ.ETTF.- His Excel lency the Governor 'directs It. to be notified with reference to the Government Notice of theist of June, 1841, that from and after the 1st of January next, copies of the ",New Sooth Wales Government Gazette" will Ihe supplied at the Government PrinlI ing Oflice, in Bent-street, at tlhe rate of one pound Ten shillings per anrinum, or' seven shillings and sixpence a quarter, payable in advance. The chagt for a single copy of the ...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, OCT. 20. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. EXPARTE EDWARD JAMES COREY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

stupretme Court. 'TUESDAY, OCT. -20. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Blefore their Honors the three Judges. .EXPARTE .EDWARD JAMES COREY. The Prothonotary laidbefore their Honors: the I report of the Commissioners appointed last term to consider the application of E. J. Corey for re-ad . *missiorias-an attorney, solicitor,.and proctor of the Stiipreme Court. The report was ordered to be filed, and the matter to stand on the paper for Monday, lien, if no application was made upon.it, it should be struck out. Notice was also ordered to lie :served in.the mean time on.the law society. EXPARTB MARSHALL. In this case Messrs. Windeycr and Holroyd moved upon notice, for a prohibition to be addressed to the 'Deputy Judge and Commissary of the Vice Admi ralty Court, and to William Coler, and James Hollis, 'the promovents in a suit before' that Court against the .Haidee. whereof the present applicant was the master. DMr. Fisher shewed cause against the application. The Court reserved its decision. DAWES V...

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(Copy) CIRCULAR. Downing-street, 1st May, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

(Copy).. CIZRCLAR. Downiins~street, S 1st May, 184. Circumstances have induced me to re-con. sider that part of Lord Stanley's Geueral Instres. tions of 7th March, 1812, which direct thatfhe Half Sadary of an Officer absent from his dutiesfor the. lnst half of the leave of absence originally granted to him should not be paid until, after hi return to the Colony. I find that since the rule was established. almae every officer who has been absent on-leave hi this country, has applied for a relaxation of it in hie favor, and has been able to allege such circumstasnc as to induce the Secretary of State to comply with theapplication. I infer from this that the rule has been found either not to answer its purpose, or to elfect'thl?a purpose at the expense of too much inmes venience and embarrassment to ndividuala compared with any advantage attending "t. to warrant its being carried practically into operation., Buas It appears to me very, undesirable that a Rule;of ,th description should ...

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RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

SRENEIWAL OF TRANSPOI TAT'ION. On Thursday last a Public Meeting of the citizens of Sydney was held, pursuant to a requisition to the Mayor, in the City, Theatre, Market.street, for the purpose- of " considering the proposed renewal of transportation to these. Colonies, and for the purpose ,of petitioning tiheLegislative Council on the subject. Slhortly after one o'clock the theatre was crowded 'to'excess in every part, arid there is no doubt but that if it hiad been muchr larger, it would have been" .completely filled.. ' " - - 'On the motion of Mr. GAuvsoN, ChiarlesCowper, Esq.; M.L.C.,toolk theehair; his \orshlip the ?4ayor lbeig unp?oidably absent from totin.: ' . The CUAiusIa N having read the ,requisition by which the meeting had been.convened, briefly opened the business of the meetilig by stating his regret at the absence of'.the chief magistrate, and said ,that he felt it to be his duty to the best. of his ability to do all he could to further the object they.had. in view, ...

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O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

. n tlkO'COCSNNEUI). '.... ' 1 ,? .i? om the?wce,,'ers , ,Kfle day annot, be far distant Wvhen, in every con stitiutionsil cotditiy, 'Ctthdlics will well unierstand ie condliloni b, necc'ssilie, anal advarite?es of the ;reesentative .ystem. They ' ;l then feel wh at a debt of.gratitude they owe to O'Connell, and, uni tildftritA "vi sf ic'thoki dof hl 'iliohtryimen, &Iall also salute him as' their liberator! 1 VHat, In fact, we? the aitu;ation 'of Ireland lien thiis' Brbdioios mind started in that career .which he was destined to ofollow-with such 'signil splendour.P .Penal :laws, b'ort?i?tlr.rtum:the ase of Japan, iireistilll'in iforce kgaintist'his -co-reli foniitoa jthey douild:fillno civil or pol:tical flicie, 'r e ?earely'allboied to jilead in .courts of iaV, iiand so erfe-itlyjeojyed the rights of.pr9Derty, t at they could not possess a hrrpe above •the-value of 51. As (to bishops and priests, the penalty of deatihlonrg indurred by the mere fact of -their ordinatloin dr...

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

T , Ghronic4". published, txiiecoad gwicussauqa f afl'akFes,. dn Sulk i?,lla, is eNrWnedlandl'. 'iidid;rou New dridh Ad Jres. 'aniCrTAae "`'*ier `eali ft, after pajig 9 heýa moi j'du . ,ALandii?&~d Soutihnzoe advetsiam ewtie ndbe aa4$ inkndionaIneqrluled ; e ar contnued till coer mau/ 0 discontinuer or ait ertier a nv »!di be eflt, kAe~br Jd o'lock o the jebj nN'ol Tesday tA. 'idayn bYg nw adTetesdmnts ar receied idaysi bail uiomtweevdnen befor publcarerecelz 'ed till :sEbeeiign cloiton'sandeat leters pot pai .- n~spe-qIiwitg'ana letesosuji .,.; ~ ~ . T HE SUBSCGRIBERS'to *thi 'Paper, and the Public in'geherali are rbspect fully inforrtied; that the following-rules will in fidtura be,strictly: adliered to :--,.:. . 1N" SYDNEY~-EYºFhb Silbscription is Ten'i Shillings per quarter, or :Two Pounds pdr, IN THE COUNTRY 'TlhO Subidii'-" Ctin is Teis Shill uA`'and" Siijleitsd ier quarters o' T, b ?dtinei p're' ahunnu. No New Subscribers can be .refdeiVed wtiiot`VPayi?g Tii ree4'fo'i...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1846. THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 October 1846

.SYDNEY CHRONICLE. :SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1846. -T'flHE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. tWE would direct: the. attention of our readers to 'the'-report of the ' meeting held in the City Theatre on Thursday last, for the purpose-. of ?p.'eitoninig th.e 'Legislative -Council againsti thlieroposed: recurzence .to -transportation.' .- We do not, remember -having sifice our arrival in* this Colony, .attendeda 'publie 'meeting fromn whichli 'we ,derived more sincere and heartfelt ,atisfac tion than we. did at the meeting of Thurs day last. The number, and: respectability of-the'audience, the unanimity of feeling ; .the earnestncess, the sincerity, - the good tiaste,:i and I tlhe? eloquience : which .were .displayed by the -several speakers, spcke volumes for the intelligence and virtues of this community.. The, eager attention, the anxious silence with -wlhich Mr.: Norton's. instructive and cloquent' speech was heard, is an amiable and lidnorablepiroof -cf the good feelings, the correct judg...

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

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. i flce of this Journal is removed from this date, to No0. ..18, King. street East, next door to Mr. Brown's, Grooer, where all communications are re quested to tie addressed. :Sydn&ey tct. 3, 1846. :, .:*~iGEELONG. .O M `'. JOiHN1T M UnRPHY has 'been ap IJ:.pointed- Agent for this Journal in the above listrict,. Chronicle Office, Oct. 6th, 1846. -, CLAR1ENCE TOWN A'ND.DIJGOG.4 M R DENIS TIERtNEY has* been i .-' appointed -Agent for this Journal in ;the above districts. .Chronicle Office, Oet. 6th, 1846.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

AGENTS FOR TimE CH9ONIOt9. GOULDUNIU-MR. CARNEY. BnaaRIMA-.MR. B. I'!MAHON. P~jnERsON-24a. J. O!SuLLIV~.1; PAIRAnATTA -Mn. P. CARDIFF. POST PHILLIP -Aln. J. 'BULLEN. WOLLONOONG-Ma. THOMAS FoWLin. BATHURST-MR. T. JoNES. QUEANIIYAN-MJt. J. 3. W419u~r. MAITLAND-MR. T. MAHONY. CAMPDELLTOWN, &C.--MR. M'AnISTzn WINDSOR-Mn. JAMRB .CABBID.. IENRITHs-MR. JAM1B8 M5CANTJIY. JERnY'S PLAINs- 4n. J, J, *A4TUHp. ]3UNOONIA-MR. EDWARD HUGiHIB. ADELAIDE-Mn. JOHN NOWLAND. YAsB--Mn. ^C. ROURKE, Ug159NG-b41i JohNu r~Iu~vji C L A R ENto ¶It O W N A N D DI) OO O dlSa. W ig, TIEnNHmY )?ublished in the Uiied Kiludom, by Mn. JdNEs, 0,3, PATraNO5TERIIROW, LONelN ' Mn1 W. J. BAi-rnsnr, 10, Essn-.naIDO5,PAgI' LIAMENT"sTnnnr, DUDLN, ,P'rinted for bIh.Proprietor. by HOWAlD JOHN J4ARKJ LEY, or JIedfern, in the Coutity ot Cu nbtlpgdr tIo Rat, lIshed by hin at tile Ohronilena, No.109, l~a6,5uý nest, Srduevy, KeR 8pyv~i Wb)rr.-Kt'drrfdij, O0'! HANC

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THE COUNT DE MONTALEMBERT, ON THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

THE COUNT'DE MONTALEMBERT, ON THE POLISH INSURRECTION. (From The Tablet.) An important speech has just been made by M. de Montalembert, in the Chamber of Peers, on the subject of the Polish insurrection. The only version of it we have seen is the abridgement of it con tained in the 7?mes of `Saturday, and that abridge ment we here subjoin.: " M.- de Montalembert, thefirst spediker, regretted that he could not -grant the Ministry a vote of con fidence as respected its foreign policy, particularly with regard to Poland. He tame forward, he said, to defend the holiest legitimacy, the only one he recognised-the -right of every nationto exist and to" bec- governed according to the laws of justice. The late insurrection, he maintained, had not been excited from abroad. The Poles .required no such excitation. rTheir oppression was a,perpetual cause of excitement it was.their right to strive to shake ofd an iron.yoke.; it had been .their history during the last eighty years. He had not the ...

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THE CORN BILL IN THE LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

'THE CORN BILL IN THE LORDS. (From the Freeman, May 30.) The 'long expected wordy campaign "in the Lords" was opened to-night, with Londonderry and Brougham on the commercial side-.Cleveland and Stanley on the Protectionist side. The most intense interest was manifested by tihe public to.witness the expected excitement within the -house. Dozens of gentlemen remained at the strangers entry, from five until after ten o'clock, each hoping to have the good fortune to replace the first whom the oppressive heat of the-chamber might -induce toiretire. Many were, of course, disappointed, but those who did succeed in getting in were indeed fortunate, for they heard Lord Stanley deliver one of the most able speeches-eloquent and comprehensive, and withal clear and well arranged-that has been for many *years delivered in the upper ho"se."' It wassreally =the only.great case made for the Piotecetionists since the .great question of the commercial .policy of members-came to be discussed. -Lord-G...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCT. 23. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

-0 FRIDAY, OCT. 23. IX?POUNDINOGs. Bong Bong, on the 11th October, from the.tsWe of George Riley, Esq., of Broomfield, for trespass red and white steer, branded apparently J.B or L.B near shoulder; red steer, branded apparently FH. Also, from the estate of C. Throsby, Es.-brindle bullock, with tips of horns cut olr, very lpw in 0ons dition, no brands legible. If not claimed on cr before the 14th November, will be sold. [1is. Liverpool, on the 9th October-dark red working bullock, belly partly white, both ears cut, branskd apparently 3 B off rump but pot legible, B.pr R of shoulder but not legible. If not released pfore the 9th November, they will be sold. [9s. Marulan, on the 15th October, from Fred's FPkl -yellow working ox, start on forehead, branded RW off rump ; yellow worling ox,white tail, brand *ed HB olff rump, like RC near rump; otamages5I. each. If not clinmed, to be sold on 12th November. [9s. Bungendore, on the 15th October, by Mr. Thoemas Shanahan, senior, AMolonglo--br...

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OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT OF THE GOVERNOR OF MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT OF THE GOVER. NOR OF MALTA. (From the Beacon.) Of late there has been much intercourse betWixt the free Calvinists of Scotland and Malta, and the sanctimonious Scot who is Governor of that Catholic island has, in consequence, taken it upon him to interfere with the pastimes and innocent customs of the people-to enforce, in a word, the bitter obser. vance of the Sabbath day. It is the custom of the Maltese to keep up the three last days of the Carnival, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, just as their ancestors have done ; but this being a Catholic country, and not on the banks of the Thames, where Sunday is no Sabbath day, where steamboats have bands of music, and the adjoining fields fun and frolic, shooting galleries, jugglers, and buffoons, it was thought the prentice-hand of the Scotch Governor might be tried. He accord. ingly ordered Sunday cheerfulness to be transferred to Saturday, and the armed police, the 42nd and 88th regiments were brought out against the pec...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

?,?EKLY l .ET OKROLOGOICAL TABI.B. VAIIATION OF THU TIIKRMO.IRTEAI. e. aI. N. It. WIND. WaDNsDA? O .. OCT. 21 0 (6 4 8 R. 'Cloudy TURn~SDA ........ 22 04 72 70 N. . I Clear FaRIYr ............ 3 66 817T iN.W. 7 Jlitto FATUODAY .......... 24 58 61 60 L S.1. 3 ainy SUNAY ............ 25 60 64 62 N.W. -Clear MonoDAY........... 2 030 6618.4 N.E. I LDtto TCESDAYT ........ 27 62 18 O : N.E. I itto Mean temperature, 650.

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, OCT. 23. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. COOPER V. WALSH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

aupremes 1Qonrt. -0- FRIDAY, OCT. 23. SITTINGS. IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Jdpgee. COOPER V. WALSH. In this case, which was an action of replevin, Mr. Lowe appeared on the part of the defendant to snp port ademurrer against certain pleas in bar,pleade by the plaintiff, and Mr. Michie appeared for the plaintiff to support the pleas in bar. After the case had been argued, the Court gave judgment in favour of`the plaintiff. SCOTT V. HIARPER. This was an action upon a promissory note, and the defendant had pleaded the execution since the commencement of the suit of an assignment to trustees, whereby th:s, among other claims, was released. To this the plaintiff had replied de injuria, and this replication had been demurred to o 'the ground that the plea, being an entire ahswei to the action, could riot be properly replied to in this form. Mr. Lowe supported the demurrer, and Mr. Michie the plea. The Court supported the demurrer, being of opinion that the'Act had never contem...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

-TO C()1 ItSPCNDENI'S.' 3. 3. W., Queanbeyan, has been receivedl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 'PHE Office df this Iournal is removed from this .date, .to No, 133, King street East, next door toMr.. Brown's, Grocer, where all communications are re quested to be addressed. Chronicle Office, Sydney, Oct. 3, 1846.

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