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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850

COASTERS OUTWARDS. November 15.—Ruth, 12, Wells, for Brisbane   Water ; Rover, 15, Shaw ; Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, both for the Hawkesbury ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Elizabeth, 36, Tyrrel ; Caroline, 29, Prider ; Adventure, 22, Burgess ; Warlock, 43, Gibson, all for Newcastle. November 16.—Mary Ann, 18, Deverell ; Emily,     30, Cureton ; Elizabeth, 36, Merritt ; Mermaid, 20,   Campbell ; Chance, 38, House, all for Newcastle.   November 18.—Lass o' Gowrie, 17, Brown, for     the Hawkesbury ; Venus, 28, Sugden, for New- castle. November 19.—Edward, 29, Hutton, for New-     castle ; Dove, 13, Thurston ; Gitana, 15, Foster, both for Brisbane Water ; Bride, 19, Bowdenn, for the Hawkesbury.

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THE JUBILEE OF ST. SANG, AT BRUGES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850

THE JUBILEE OF ST.' SANG, AT BRUGES. (From the Illustrated London News. ) Belgium is a country of fetes, of processions, and of bells.i Each town has its anniversary fete, each fete its procession, every hour of which the bells ring out their joyful music. But, in Belgium, the fttes, and solemn processions by which they are of necessity accompanied, take an especial character not to be met with in France, except in certain dis tricts bordering upon the former country. The Belgians, and particularly the Flemish, cherish high respect for the customs of their forefathers, and for the usages and ceremonies of bygone ages. They are, also, very fond of traditional lore. If you would know something of the people, you may safely consult the most unlettered of the inhabi tant of Flanders ; he knows thoroughly the his tory of his country, in spite of the numberless vicis situdes of which it has been the victim ; though in reciting the deeds of its great men he is prone to confound in the same...

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DEPARTMENT Of INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KARR, Esq. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

DEPARTMENT 'Ob' INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Kbrr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of William Melville, a second meet ing was held. Debts were proved against the estate to the amount of £706 12s., after which the meet ing was adjourned for examination of the insolvent, until Saturday next. FRIDAY. In the estate of Kobert Bubh, a first meeting wa» held. Claims proved to the amount of £6. In the estate of Joseph Armstrong, a first meet ing. Claims amounting to £17 15s. 4d. wer& proved. In the estate of William Pendray, the elder, an adjourned single meeting ; further adjourned until Friday next. TUESDAY* . 1 In the estate of Kobert Bubh, a second meeting- i was held, at which were proved claims amounting I to £611 14s. 4£d. Insolvent filed an amendment I to his schedule, and the meeting terminated. I MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. I This Day. — Thursday 28. — Joseph Armstrong, a I second meeting, at ha f-past 10 ; Francis Graham, I John Kennet...

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TUESDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice DICKINSON and Special Jury of twelve. W. LAWSON v. EDWARD WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

1 TUESDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice -Dickinson and a Special Jury of twelve. W. I.AWS0N V. J-DWARD WESTOV. llus was an action of trespass to recover damages from defendant for cutting down fences on plain tiff s farm. Defendant pleaded that there was a right of way, and on this the plaintiff joined issue. . J The Solicitor-General and Mr. Broadhurst for the plaintiff— Messrs. Foster, DarTalL and Fisher for the defendant. . i After copious. evidence, his Honor summed un The evidence was clear to prove that a trespass lufi been committed. The struggle was on the question raised by the second plea, viz., a* to the -right of road. A road cannot be a highway, unless it lead* to a public place. A highway, except where rnad» by the express enactment of the legislature, derives its existence from a .dedication to the public by the owner of the land over which the highway extends, of a right of passage over it ; and this dedication, though it be not made in express terms, as it indeed se...

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SATURDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice DICKINSON and a Special Jury of four. M'INTYRE AND ANOTHER v. A. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

SATURDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and a Special Jury of four. M'lNTYRE AND ANOTHER v. A. LANG. An action of debt, to recover the sum of £750, under the following circumstances : — The late Peter M'Intyre and the defendant became sureties to the Bank of Australasia by a joint and several bond, conditioned in the penal sum of £3000, to repay any sums of money that the Bank might ad vance to one Ross Coulter, now deceased. At the time of his decease, he owed the Bank £1500. This sum the plaintiffs, as executors, had to pay on be half of Peter M'Intyre, and now by this action seek to make the defendant pay the half of that amount. The bond was produced. Mr. Saunders, the Manager of the Branch Bank of Australasia at Maitland, produced several cheques signed by Coulter on that Bank, for various sums of money. It was shown that Coulter had sie-nfirl a. fW.iimpnY which amounted to an admission that the Bank had advanced moneys to him. This was sought to be given against the d...

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FRIDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice THERRY, and a Special Jury of four. BURY V. RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

FRIDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Therky, and a Special Jury of four. BUUY V. RICHARDSON. Mr. Darvall (with whom was Mr. Fisher), said this was a squatting case, and would require the greatest attention, the issue of it was of the utmost importance. The plaintiff is not in the colony: but has set a good example; and invested here large sums of money in cattle and sheep. The de fendant sometime since was in the employ of Mr. Walker, near the station in question ; but his em ployer, finding that the defendant's stock was getting too numerous, caused him to remove them. Under this .pressure, the defendant, sat himself down on the plaintiff's run, known by the name of the Belar, in the district of Bligh. The defendant has pleaded not guilty, that the plaintiff was not possessed, and that the closes in question were the freehold of him the defendant. The Belar was first taken up in the year 1832, by one Hayes, holding under a license. Hayes then sold to Ro berts. He sold the station, ...

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Domestic Intelligence.. SUPREME COURT THURSDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice THERRY, and a jury of four. CARMICHAEL V. DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

£&0m?0ti£ ittuelltgnice. SUPREME COURT, ( Condensed from the Sydney Morning Herald.) THURSDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Tiieuky, and a jury of four. CAKMICHAEI, v. DAVIS. An action on a promissory note for the sxim of .?£15. The defendant pleaded that he did not make the note. It was proved that the defendant did make the note. The defendant in person moved for a nonsuit, on the ground of a variance between the note and declaration. He also stated, that since action brought he had paid £4 on account. Lastly, he applied for a certificate to deprive the plaintiff of costs, as this was an action that might have been brought in the Court of Requests. The Jury found a verdict for the amount of the note, minus the £4 admitted to be paid.

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Ireland. CATHOLIC INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, ST. MARY'S CABRA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

'SrilaitU.. CATHOLIC INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB, ST. MARY'S CABRA. On Tuesday the annual examination and vise of the female deaf mute pupils, inmates of this ad mirable institution, were held before his Grace the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, the Right Rev. the Bishop of Kilmore, the Right Rev. the Bishop of Elphin, and the Right Rev. the Bishop of Achonry, and a numerous body of dignitaries and parochial and regular clergy of the Catholic Church. Her Excellency the Countess of Clarendon was present attended by her suite, and accompanied by Mrs. Redington and a brilliant cortege of ladies and gentry. a His' Grace the Lord Primate was prevented from aitenuing tne exanimauuiis uy an uuovumauii, en gagement at the ceremony of a reception at Sienna Convent, Drogueda. At 12 o'clock precisely her Excellency the Countess of Clarendon arrived, accompanied by a brilliant cortege of ladies and gentry, and attended by her suite. Her Excellency, on alighting from her carriage, was recei...

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TO CORRESPONDENST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

TO (JORKES PON DENS I. ' . la order to save time, trouble, and postage,. v»e propose to acknowledge the receipt of mousy letters ,in this part of our paper. Received from J. M., Latmceston. £1 5 0

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EXETER HALL IRISH MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

EXETER HALL IRISH MISSIONS. (From the Tablet.) We are surprised that none of the Western journals have made mention of a war which has been raging during the past week in the far west of 'this island. There have been armies levied'; inarches and counter-marches ; a strait crossed in the face of the enemy ; hostilities with all the forms : and, in the end, a cession of territory, and we should have said winter quarters, if a hot sun, drying up the ink as we write, had not warned us of the mistake. The invading general is no less a personage than thfi Lion of the West — the Archbishop of Tuam. Some time last week, tin's great Prelate hastily sum moned his forces together — consisting of seven or eight Priests — put himself at their head ; crossed the county of Mayo by forced marches ; skirted the spurs of Cushmacurra ; and hurried through that long and rugged defile which conducts to the ferry over Achill Sound. Achill, as our readers know, is an island over which the Prince of the Ai...

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THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD AND THE MIRACLE AT RIMINI. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD AND THE MIRACLE AT RIMINI. The following letters have appeared in the . Herald during the past week. Though we are glad that the subject has been brought thus publicly forward, we fear that the writer is too sanguine in hoping that any amount of evidence would prevent Protes tants from sneering at it : — Gentlemen, — In your journal of yesterday ap peared a portion of a letter, addressed to the Catolico of Genoa, by an eye-witness of the miracle at Rimini. I have no doubt that had you possessed ' a copy '.of the whole ietter, you would not have thought it fair play to the writer to omit the latter part of it. As the publication of the remainder may possibly arrest some pf the sneers occasioned tby what you have laid before your readers, I beg to send it to you, with a request that it may be in- j serted at yOur earliest convenience. I am, &c. I : R. K. SCONCE. | Balmain, 22nd Npvember. ^ ; 'In the evening I wished to examine the picture i closely, a...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AN IMPOSTOR. (To the Editor of the DUBLIN Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AN IMPOSTOR. (To the Editor of the Dublin Freeman's Journal.) Dear oik, — 1 addressed a letter to you some weeks ago, with reference to the proceedings of a returned convict from New South Wales, who as sumes different names in different places, but gene rally passes himself off as Mr. Wilson, mate of a* ship. He contrives to ascertain those at home who may have had any friends in New South Wales, and entertains them with a colonial history of their friends, generally winding up with the pleasing in formation that they are well to do, or, if it answers his purpose, to insinuate that they are dead, that they have left considerable property, and that I can furnish them with all the particulars. I have re ceived several applications regarding these imagi nary properties, and among others since I wrote last, one from Mr. Anthony Jones, Waterford, in quiring about his brother John, of whom he had heard nothing for the last eighteen years until this strolling impo...

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THE BISHOP OF EXETER'S PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

THE BISHOP OEEXETEE'S, PROTEST. It is generally supposed that the Bishop of Exeter has yielded to the pressure of the law, and consented to the institution of Mr. G-orham. This is not the case. His lord ship in obeying the monition of the Arches Court to bring in the document of presen tation, which emanates from the patron, has protested again in terms quite as strong as those used iu his letter to the Archbishop of Canterburv, that he will neither institute Mr. Gorham himself nor hold communion with any person, be he who he may, who shall so institute him. This protest was handed in with the presentation, but was rejected as ii regular by Sir H. Jenner Fust. — Had the presentation not been produced, the Bishop, it seems, would have been pro nounced in contempt, arid even as it was,/ the learned Judge declared the court had not been well used. He intimated, in reply to Mr. Gorham's proctor, that the in stitution would be proceeded with whenever 2, fiat was issued by the Archbishop,...

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MR. SCONCE AND THE HERALD'S "CHURCHMAN." (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Sydney, Nov. 26th, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

MR. SCONCE AND THE HERALD'S 'CHURCHMAN.' (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Sydney, Nov. 26th, 1850. Gentlemen, — Perhaps you will find space and patience for an exhibition of the merits of a letter addressed yesterday to the editors of the Sydney Morning Herald and signed a ' Churchman.' It refers to the miracles which it seems Almighty God is graciously pleased to work at the present junc ture, by means of a picture of the Madonna at Rimini, and of which you have given us some in formation, to be followed, I trust, by further details. You may probably have observed, that the Herald gave at first one half of a letter from Italy on the subject, and a day or two after courteously complied with the request of Mr. Sconce, that they would publish the remaining half. Mr. Sconce's remarks, if I remember aright, went no further than to sug gest that the accounts of the miracles and their consequences were such as to claim the very serious consideration of all Christians. This secon...

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THE PUBLICAN'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

THE PUBLICAN'S BILL. Our remarks on the proposed alterations in this Bill have, as a matter of course, in curred the displeasure of the Sydney Courier,. 'and caied forth this champion of the Licen ced .Victuallers to do batt'e in beha'f of his patrons and supporters. We are as anxious «as our contemporary can be,' to see all un constitutional and oppressive restrictions re moved from every branch of trade and in dustry tending in any way to the welfare of society and to the promotion of social hap piness, but we are 'as wide as the Poles .asunder' from the Courier in our opinion of that branch of business, which consists in the retail of ' Intoxicating liquors;' We look upon this avocation as one of a very dangerous and demoralising tendency, and we cannot conceive on what grounds persons ?engaged in this pursuit can c' aim the right to be treated by the Legislature all like other ' free citizens' whose callings are of a moral and useful nature. The Legis'atuve, in framing laws for ...

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LITERATURE. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST TO AN ANGLICAN IN PERPLEXITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

X.XTSRJSLT-17.SL.^.«:- : THE CHDE-3H OF CHltfST'TO AN AffGHjlC&lP ? ' : IN PERPLEX!'?*. ' (iFromihe Catholic Instructor. ), Searcher for the Truth's pure lig'ht, Iiong bound in error's night, . ..-...? Thy: haughty captor's wrath now snaps thy chain : Cast off, renounced, reviled — Gome, lone and sorrowing child — Come to thy mother's pitying breast again ! Oil ! thou hast wandered long 'Through thorny paths of wrong, Mocking my deep love with unfilial scorn : Yet no reproach severe, No anger waits thee here, Back to thy home, forgiven one, return. The towers where thou hast dwelt On/sand and ruins built} ' Are bent and quivering to the tempest's shock : Trembler ! in lone dismay, Watching o1er that decay, Come .' shield thee in the fortress of :? the Rock ! All that thy soul doth feel ... Of fiery faith and- zeal, Now sadly fainting in obstruction cold Shall there on'pinions bright . ' , , Bear up to heaven thy flight : . . Return then, wanderer, to the ancient fold. The tr...

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NECESSITY FOR A FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

NECESSITY FOR A FIRE BRIGADE. I There has not been a large proportion of I fires in Sydney. And although we have had I several extensive conflagrations at long'in- I tervals, the extent of destruction and loss I in this way has been less than might have J been expected. But our gratitude for this j is due to Providence alone. Human fore^ thought has had but a small share in guard ing us from these evils. ' The regulations enforced by the building act, although in many cases unpalatable to. . individuals have, indeed, done much towards preventing accident by fire. Without such K Legislative interference the houses of the I City would, for the sake of economy, have 1 been chiefly built of light and inflammable I materials, and we might have had to lament I over the same terrible conflagrations that have I fallen thrice upon San Francisco. But their I efforts have been wholly preventive. It is I true that in the case of fire, as of most 1 others, the o!d maxim ' prevention is better | ...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. CANONISATION OF PETER CLAVER, S.J. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

t&ctimwticAl finteiiigenre. CANONISATION OF PETER CLAVER, S.J;,' THB- INDIES OR OARTHAGKNA; IXECRKH OF' TUB BEA TIFICATION AND 'CANONISATION OF THK VKN. SKU-. VANT OF GOT), PETER Cl/AVEK, l'ROFESSED PRIEST OF THE SOCIETY OF ''JESUS. On the dubium, 'Whether after approbation of; the virtues and of two miracles,, .the -Beatification of the ven. servant of God may be safely proceeded with?' i Almighty God, who in the wisest manner, rules and governs the vicissitudes of things, hath most fittingly, by successive delays intervening in His secret counsel, reserved to the present age the. honours of beatitude in the case of His ven; ser vant, Peter Claver, professed priest of the Society ,of Jesus, and Missionary Apostolic, who departed tln'u Ufa nnaiOv two fPTit.uries since, although he was even then illustrious for his virtues and mira cles. For although the tendency of men is almost neglecting the more ancient examples, to apply their mind more easily to new ones, at this time a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

W KTROPQ j;iJAN . AND CO'UNTIE ? 'PER\fANKFT 'INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. HEAD OFFICE, NO. 480, GEORGE STREET, ? ' ' SYDNEY. OVER J. T., GROCOTT'S MUSIC SALOON. ' !''.'?? THUS^'FE^ :-- Messrs. David Jones ; , . Edward Hunt Ralph M. Robey. , :\, , ^DIRECTORS:- . - Messrs. David Jones, Chairman Edward Bunt, Deputy Chairman Ralph M. Robey G. E. R.Xingard , A. Campbell Brown Ambrose Foss Rowarid Ronald John Rice Rundla ? George Cliisholm. SOLICITORS :^- Mcssr3: Young and. Billyard. : ENDING COUNSEL:-. -..; I . ' George. Smyth,. Esq., Earrister-atrLaw,, ' .; SUR^KYOR:— .. : Mr, John Bibb. ? CONSULTING ACTUARY. .. ??'''?? £ Mr. Archibald Campbell. ? BANKERS:— ' ? The Commercial Bank. ,''?';' :-. ', . ^managkr:— -., ? '.;.. ??.'' Mr.. Robert A. Fitzgerald. . - THE: 6ENKR AL OBJECTS' OF -Tflis , SOCIETY ARE:— , .;' To raisp.a.fund by the monthly payments of the r-iharrlioiilfrs. which shall be available to each as may be rcqiiired. .... 1st... For. ..the. purchase of their own business...

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THE CHURCH OF THE POOR—PROTESTANT TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

THE CHURCH OF THE POOR— PRO PEST ANT TESTIMONY! \ :'' The following is an extract from the sermon of .a Congregational Minister at New Orleaps :-?...£} ' Indeed, the Roman Catholic Church is infinitely superior to any Protestant denomination in its pro visions of charity and mercy for the poor. They labour to inspire the poorest and most forlorn with the hopes of religion. This very morning if you were in Sti Peter's Church at Rome (large enough to hold all the congregations of this city), you would see the poorest and most obscure persons kneeling on that glorious pavement, by the side of the most noble, princely, and exalted inhabitants -of the city. In that cathedral there is no place as signed for the exclusive use of. fashionable people. All meet on the same level as the children of one common Father ; as . dependant on -the same par doning mercy ; as travellers to the same grave ; as partakers of the same promises, and heirs of the same immortal glory. Througnout ^acuouu xmruj...

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