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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -o NEW IeNSLVENT. Robert Lorn Pattison, of Sydney, master mariner --Liaoilhties, £483 3s. Cd.; assets, pers rnal pro perty, £15; outstanding debts, £423 3s. 6J. SItTINO On TODAY. Lynch and Hollingdale, an adjourned single meeting, at two o'clock, p.m. TOnAcco.-The bitter hatred borne td tobacco by that singular man, James 1,. and in' herited by his unfortunate son..was manifested bf various edicts of prohibition during their reigns, though it became such an important article of com mnerce that Charles laid a heavy impost upon it, which soon became so great a source of revenup that he attempted to monopolize it. But, besides these exertions of royal authority, King Jamys, who has been called *a pedant aiuongst kings, and a king amongst,, pedauts." tried the force of ar, gument, of ridicule, of abuse; in a treatise which in the style of the literature of the day, he called " A Counter Blast to Tobacco; ;' he said it.was the lively image and pattern of hell, for " ...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

fllU) WATEIt IN FiIJNEY DOVE. *80min. p. 6morning 41 main. V. 0evening !IIUU DAT.. ; 1l8mhi p.6 wornmig I 49 min. p. 8weuaing FRIDSAY. 8 mm. p.7 morning 32min, p..7 evening Nun l rie.s is day 11 min. p. 61 Sets V min. p. 7.:

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

.f: ! DBEPARTURES.t:.: -:. JAN. 16 For:; iobotut t'own, the brig Lnuisa. I ucrem. with sandries, Paamepgersa Dr,,Rigby, Dr. andMrs. Lloyd \1rs. Levey an;d bhld, Mr. & ing,;'dlr. antd Mrs:Davis; Mi std- blsatdrDaVis,. Mssrrs t r.: ihompsopon, FJi'rsuir, J ..Le*in, tind J., .o1donvia-the Cppe -o1 G ld i to {biique ~Fortituds, -Arbulhnot; with,; colbrqtjai "prsducs . smaur gers-MAlls Olso, ,Mr. Qiarnmae ,' Ciolonel Wilsuo,.Mr. and Mrs. Hsyest Mrs.. W*idht sad ghsld,, slasrs. 'Lwaltha, Jghn son, 'Mautqrd. IHart`oasnj 'W dess.Ev'ans, Kidd; L' vy, and' Ban. ltisalg. ·'; :: ·; · ·

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

AGENTS FOR THE lCHIONIOL3. Broqlee, Mr. I. M'Caqley. Pqllerson, Mr. J. O'Sullivon. Porl Phillip, Mr, J. Bullsoe Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigo .' BLbthrat, Mr. T. Jones Qoulbqrn, Afr. Henry Thompson !Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan Maitidqd, Mr. Dee I' CCanpbelll6wn, &o., Mr. M'Aliste . . Windsor, Mr. Jiates Cassidy j Penrltbh Mr. Jalres M'Clrlly r1 Jerry's Plainl, Mr. J.J. Harpers, . Bungonil, Mr. P4ward Hughes Woli1mIl, Mr. Michael Byrne. i +~ .r Syanuyz Pr ute4 d " rnbh d. .. .... f " ra?dJtrrct1 St the CwronJe mc+ c riJlge str, . "

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

?Ijtpprtls .g E telligeucns. ARRIVALS. JA.' 13 -Front:the Bay of Islands, having left the let instant, the biig Nimrod, 161 tons, Mul holland, with oil, &cO. Passengers-Captain: Msy hew, Captain Leech, and two in the steerage. 15-From 'Hobart Town, having left the'irth instant, the brig 'Eeanor, 253 tons, Macfarladoniin ballast.4? Passengers-Mr. J. Eales, and two in 'he steerage. r L . 15"-From Port Phillip. via Latinceston, havog left the former on the 7th and the latter 10th'Inst'nt, the -steamer cShamrock; : 200 (tone, - Gilmore,' with asnudries.p~ypengers--Dr. Forbes, Mr.. Gurder, r..ecl,Mr, rd, ir. Raleih, Lieute ? frae, lbastiesvJametd'Al Iander, eandlobert CilHrse,, two liPsatsbiaholn,lMessra. Davis; lilesjVi... vent, Lip n J , iu chtason, .Bolster, Bloqqt ,eaes unigsKotbb, Hesell, Fraser, and Cleave:

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THE ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

THE ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. _o--. (From the literary Gazette.) We congratulate the country on the happy return. of one of the most memorable expeditions ever re corded in English history; an expedition fortunate in every respect, in the outfit provision made for its success, in the Intrepidity and skill of its conduct throughout, in the perfect accomplishment of all.its scientific objects, in the continued health and pre.* servation of the human beings exposed to its perils and privations, in the harmony which has never for a moment been interrupted among oficers and men by jealousies or misbehaviour,. andfinally in its auspicious arrival at home, aftes four years of brave and unwearied exertion, in safety, to be crowned with tile rewards and honours so nobly earned from an admiring and grateful nation. Justly may Great Britain be proud of this achieve.i ment; and sure we are that its glory will not be felt by Britain alone, but be acknowledged by the whole civilized world, to which, ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JANUARY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

ATHIOLIC DIRECOTORY,-JANUARY, 1844. W. 17 8. Anthony, Abbot, doiable T. 1a Chair of bt. Peteral Rome. double V. 19 St. Canute, martyr, semldouble I$. 2J 8.8. Fabian and bobastian, martyr, double 8. 21 3rd after Bpiphany, St. Agnes. virgin M. 22. SS..Vincont and Anastatius, ms tyr, arldouble T. 23 8. aymond or Pcigmarort, pou:, emidouble W. 24 St. Timothy, bishop and martyr, somidouble T. 2S Conversion or St. Paul, double major F. 20 1. Piolycarp,bishop and martyr semidduble S. 27.I St. John Url ysoatom, bishop and doctor, double] 8.28 4th after Epiphany. De ca, ?mlidoulile M1. 2U St Francis SalesI bishop, confessor, double T. 30 I St. Martiua, virgin and martyr. semldouble W. 31 I bt. Peter Nolasco, confessor, double

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

MARRIED. On the 13th instant, at St. James's Church, by the Reverend Robert Allwood, B.A., Thomas John Fisher, Esq., Barrister-at-law, nephew of the late Dr. Wardell, L.L.D., Barrister-at-law, of Peter- sham, of this colony, to Thomasine, eldest daughter of William Charles Wentworth, Esq., M.L.C., Barrister-at-law.                    

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Sydney Markets. JANUARY 13, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

t :. JAWuY 13,1813. .. FLooR, wa niarA, dota. Fine Flouir, 10s i' 1001a, 1 Bran, sl Od to is 3d po bu 8eoonds, . by retail ," llread d to Oid per ilb loaf Barley,2s l too 2s 0dJ'? ,: Fine llmsouicth, papr eolv, arley, Capies .204 to U3L0Ud Seonad ditto, 14. diLo : ditto ' Coloidal Wsheati 1?quallty, Oats, 2s. 64 to' As 04 Las to3 O d,d In demaond HayEO2satoOOs ieriton Van Diemneus LanU ditto, as Vlheatstranw, 144 to Od per' ,d lp4eiq req to. I tewt.* ;,. d. aize, Oolonial, 2O d to 2s 0dl O raes,wholesale, id to 7d per .ditto 'i V - .•id0z.'buldIletlll 104 . A large quantity of colonial wheat .coming in hasmade the market slack. ; . ,,;. " . FULT l AND VEOGBTAILES .. Itple, id 1 to Od iar do L IPtatoes; COolonial; £I 10 tot Lema t?, l2d to 4d per dozen .£410 per ton : Pluo,?'4d to 8d per dozun Ditto V. D. L£ 10 to ' ,Goosebertibs, d to Od par dilotto L 1. . Ito .7 .quart . Turnips,dL toOdper.:buon Appies, 1s to is 04 'per dozen Carrots, 0d to poi bunoh - Iuananas, O to sla per packet...

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Supreme Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

aiprnr l (mial ECrourt ; - i'...1 " Criaminl Bessions for the 'Sydnry distjeic . "cc d on Moonday last. His . onor,5 Mr. Justice Murton, took his set on. h':. 'Be:re 'ch a limtie after te.?:o!lock.. A,, Jur. was then aswbrn' wehen , " " 614i'Im s?ml?per was put upon his trsil, 9iargaud with, h aving stolen a 'uýa abd a ~ lly,,the prppurtyY ef George Copeland,:ol the Wiodsor RKoad, on the _:, 2i?rtl `oY.i"dc+tuer'?li'st;''' I'h'"!3"p+e?F?|ob lended' not 'Bn~iliJ· . ,,;+,,·L~·r!?:'lzi: ,? .·; :·i~i) .,,... ., ?. , . . ..:The' Atterney. G?netrlnhaving: stated tili cael to Osorge Copeolapd,!)va'exaimied :,- He deposed, that plisonier,calledt, t,witpes'.publichouse,:on tire Windsor Road, oe: atqrdas, 20hb September last he brought. a?npre with him, which he:.(witness) boughti afer'; purchasing it, he turned: it intoi a paddock, from whichb he missed it oun,tlbeTjurayll following. After missing it, he went2 to a person who kept a Toll Bar on tie road to Parranmatta, who deslribed Iialnsrg...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1844. "Be just aud fear not: SIba l'tha enditbou alm'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth'." hakapeare. THE IMMIGRANTS. WE are happy to learn, that about one half of :the immigrants by the Herald have already been engaged, and at wages satis factory to themselves: and we' do hope, as men now seem to halve reached to a common sense way of doing business, and .that the old kite, and bill, and order systems are gone to the winds, that the wages promised to the now comers; may be paid bond fide, either in: " meal' or malt"-either in cash or in such property as they may require at a fair value: this .will be honest, just, and wise, (for honesty is always the best policy), and each party 'Will have cause to be pleased: the servant by the hope of sure payment for his labour; the master by that care and fidelity that an honorable and kind employer always commands. -But although we congratulate those im-. migrants who, have thus got satisf...

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THE "HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

THE "HERALD.':. WE do not want to be over. querulous.or captious with our brother of .theiflerald:. nor should we, (as he has by an unwonted indulgence, in his Monday's number, re duced the malversation of, popery.to . this, " that it is a pretty sgstem, 'j) have perhaps said a word, but that he has .touched upon another point, - " British .interference ;" therefore .a few words of remark become ne cessary. .. The Herald consoles his readers on the calamitous event " which is'.exciting so much attention in Scotland," the'iimprison ment of Dr. Kalley at Madefia,' by saying, that " it was reported a forinal dem'and would be made by the British government;' there is, of course, no fear of thei Pdrtuguese' having the temerity to lihaiig this 'gentle man, but the mere fact of s?ic a law being in existence, shews what a pretty system' popery is where the papal power'is- predo-' minant." Now we believe, that as regards-Portugal,' the British government is a foreign govern ment : thus we ha...

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REVIEW. The Life of the Van. J. B. de la Salle, Founder of the Christian Schools, with an Historical Sketch of the Institute to the Present Time. Translated from the French of Pere Garrenu, S. J. And also an Account of the Rise and Progress of the Society in Ireland. By the Christian Brothers. Dublin's Powell. 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

'REVIEw. The iJfe of t4s Ven. J. B.de to Salle, Founde of the Christian Schools,'with an Historical 8keth of the Institute to the Preumnt Tdme. Translated from the French of PIre Garreau, S. J* Aq4 - also n "AiAchlttof the, Rise and ,Proress of th Boeiety iu Ireland, By the Christian Brothers. Dabims,.Powell. 1843. ?, Monks," says a modern writer who ought ito know better, 0' are a very strange, extinct species of the houman family; the Gospel of Richard Arkwright once promulgated, no monk of the old abrt is any' longer possible is this world.'" The Gospel of Richard Arkwright,'say we in reply, once promul. gated and received with universal belief, " monks of the old sore" are not only longer possible in this world,.but more than ever indispensable to save it from absolute ruin. Nay, the more completely the Arkwright. Gospel has become the universal creed, the more necessary is it that rude, old-fashioned monkeryshould quietly rise up in opposition to it, and i~ir':tbia new civilisa...

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HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO FRANCE. IT is a very great number of years indeed -.ince an English monarch paid a royal visit of ceremony to France: our memory does not furnish us with an instance later than Sthat of Henry VIII to Francis I. James II went there, ,but it was as a fugitive from ;.an undutiful daughter, traitorous generals and army, and rebellious people; nor do we think it was for nothing but mere amuse ment our gracious Queen went there. , . England is in no enviable 'situation. The great nobles want to keep the Irish in mentalland bodily bondage, but the people have outgrown their fetters, and are ready tngburst them. EnglI.nd wants to set up Si?partero and ý'efornatiii"iin Spain, but the Spanish people spurn, in?ignantly at both,-Scotland is discontented,-Wales in a ferment,-the Chartists 'ready to`'iegin again on more dan'gerousi principles : Ame rica is jealous of Englaiid's commerce, Rus sia'aIl but at war; Pirussia estranged, and Adistria pursuing her own plans of aggr...

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

"The Morning. Chronicle" Ispublshed twice a week, on Wednesday;ond Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Var Dienen'sLand, South Australia, Neo Zealanid,. and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarter: end on the 31st QMarch,, 30th June, 30th Sptembqr, and 31st December; at which periods uly subicribers' can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Adoertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded., Orders to scont or alter advertiseent must be sent in before si o'clock on the evenings Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; but new advertisementsare received till si o'clock on the evening before.publication.-AlL instructions must be given in writing; and all letters post paid. PUBLIO NOTICE*. TWILLIAM JONES, 'li'TTEKR IPIASS'AlEfiLD fCR@lPP -PLATE Peil KSTE, &o., &e., ICOLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, -UlESPECTFU'LLY takes', leave, to p.L...

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FIRST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 January 1844

FIRT1 TZAR. From Hobert Town, Van' Diemen's La`nd, the expedition proceeded' to Aucklan'd Islands, and .completed a perfect series of mnaguetie obseirations on the 'ii?ostant term dayof November 184'06 The anticipatory attempts" of the American .Lieutenant 'Wilkes, and' t"te Fiench Commodore'D'Urville, having become known to our countrymen, Captain Ross'wisely'ised his discretionary powuer in altering bhis oiete frofithat originally intended. He accord. ingly directed- his'course ;for the utmost south, al about the 170th degree of east longitude, by which the isodynamic oval and the point exactly between the two foci of greater magnetic intensity niight 'be passed over and determined directly between the tracks of the Russian navigator Bellinghausen and our" owq illustrious Cook. He then proposed to .teer i.W. toiarda the pole, rather than aittemiii j - approach directly from the north on the unsucceis - ful footsteps of preceeding voyagers. On the '12th of December he quitted Auckl...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844

(9o ctvrnt entt w!Nilette. -0 TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, Her Majesty has been most graciously pleased to appoint Joseph Clhilds, Esq., aMlajor in tio Royal Marines, to be Suiperintendent of Norfolk Island. His Excellency the Governor hlas been pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to be Magistrates of the territory and its dependoneles, viz.: Edward Barker, of Western Port, James Ellen Cameron, of I)ecamoron, Australian Pyrenees, DuL)gald Fletcher, of Goulmurn, Edward Grimes, of Broken, River, William Porneroy Greene,. of Woodlands, John Ritchie, of Usang Urangon, Port Fairy, Thomas Sproat, of Ballyrmne Hills, and John Watson, of Mount Rouse,all in the district

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FATHER MATHEW IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844

FATHER IIATHE!V IN iLONDON. From tthe Tllustrated Londona News. On Monday,.a great concourso.of people essemt bled in the Commercial road "East, to hoar and tee tlhq Rev. Theobald&Mathew, who' had annoiunced hibintention of administering tihe tottil abalinonce pledge in the ground lately consecrated by a Rqrpan Catholic bishop. ontho south side of the Commer. cialroad, opposite the George Inn. A temporary platform had been erected ilfor tihe vaiious persons who intended to take piart in the proceedings, and a 'fe minutos beforo th* arrival 'of Father. Mathew it gave way with a loud crash, precipitating about fifty, persons who wero on, it to the ground. This acci. dent created great alarm ; but, fortunately, no person was hurt, and the scaffold was soon .pul.up sg'ain, and supported in a more substantial manner. A ten o'clock Father Mlathew faced a metropolitan "a ditory for the first, time. HLie was received withlI lobid cheers, particularly by his Countrymen, who assembled...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844

NOTICE TO. AGENTS ANDPARTIzs MAKINGO .BR MITTANCBS. N. order to avoid the expense of post. :age, atnd spare time:ip.letter writing, we intend to adopt.a ,plan extensively followed by " Brother. Jonathan," for 'acknowledging tho.reoeipt of subsorip tion money, viz., to publish the initials of parties remitting. monoey. Thus we, have to ackdowledge thbo receipt. of the letter J.J.JIf., of Jorry.'s Plains, of the ,13th instant. 1-e3W r _.SUBSOIULLTION8-for.8t. Patrick's Church, Sydney : -Sunday evening, January 14th, 1844. £ s. d.. Mrs. Dalley,Lower George-street... 6 0 0 Rev. Juhn M'Encroe ........ 0 2 6 J.'r. Lyncb l . ........ 019 0 Miss O'Brien, of the Namoi, per Rev. J. 'l Lynch . 1 0 0 Mr. W. M'Adan .....;., 0 5 0 John Welch ....... 0. .2 6 James Madden 0 2 6 William Murphy .3'.ule ..... O 8 0 Oullen ........ ........ O , 26 .Richard Brenan. ,......0... 65.0 Master Coyle . ........ O 2 6 Miss bl. A. Raffurty's re' ky cicleetioo '0 1 2 Henry Curtis's ditto .... O 2 6 Georgo Courti...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844

Mr. O'Connell said, that havinog bpeo instructed to prepare an answer to that tottlr,;ho begged to subint the following draft of his reply for the appro aiton qf the eassociation - " Merrion.square,. Dublin, -August 4, 1843. * Sia-Is is my pleasing duty to acknowledge the receipt of the letter with which you 'have honoured mire, and to express my individual thanks for thit letter. "It is alsa my pleasing duty to con. ivey toyour the respectful gratitude oi the. Iepesal Association for the sentiments = of liberality asnd justice which you have idisp.ayiid inu that comini - cations " We understand each other perfactly, 'You present cointenonace and sympathy is bestowepd ipn mend who arestruggling within' the limnits of local aid.corist utional principle for the raihis andt liber les of their native land-of mni 'who desire tonse no other mmeis than tifie which are peaceable means having no, other efficacy thae that 'which jirris&i s ftlrneir moral force and power.' ii You. inde...

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