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THE ENGLISH CARDINALATE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

THE ENGLISH CARDINALATE. The expected elevation of the Right Rev. Doctor Wiseman to the Cardinalate will, doubtless, fill with exultation all Catholic hearts in England. For ^learning, for piety and dignity, the name of Wise man has, indeed, a European reputation, and has reflected such lustre upon the whole Catholic body in England, that all must look on his elevation as a mosit likely and natural appointment. The pre ? gence or influence of that illustrious person in Rome will, doubtless, be of great advantage to the Catholic cause, considering his vast acquirements and/knowledge of affairs both in England and 'Europe at large. Even Protestants will consider the. appointment a eredit to the country. Mr. Tal , bot's nomination as Cameriere to his Holiness will be, in its degree, and that a most important one, also of great public utility to the Catholics of Eng ilahd, with whose state and requirements few are better acquainted. We forbear to comment at large on what is stated as ra...

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PORT PHILLIP "SEPARATION." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

PORT PHILLIP ' SEPARATION.' Our neighbours .' down south,' to borrow a phrase from Jonathan, have been keeping up a four days ' rejoicing' to celebrate the passing of the ' Bill' whereby ' Victoria' is to be raised to the rank of a separate colony, enjoying its own Legislature with all the accompaniments. We heartily wish them 'joy,' and hope that they will make a good use of this great political boon. This is a fair and very natural occasion for 're- joicing.' But we must confess that ? we should be better pleased, if their rejoicings were a little more tempered with wisdom' and sobriety. One half of the exhibitions properly conducted, and occup3'ing only one half of the time which has been devoted to this object, would have answered the pur pose better, — would have come off more creditably, and would have made a far more favourable impression on the public mind of the neighbouring colonies, than the many ' failures' and fanfaronades presented to view by the reports of the Melbour...

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CITY MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

. CITY. MAGISTRATES. The irregular attendance of the unpaid City Magistrates has long been a matter of complaint. It is the practice to summon them in turn according to a list kept at the Police Office. But of the three roster ma gistrates summoned for each day, it seldom occurs that more than one is found at his post. Sometimes, indeed, two of these Justices may attend, but the presence of all three is a thing of such rarity, that we have generally found such an event chronicled by. the press with the flourish of trumpets reserved for extraordinary news. The judicial burthen, therefore, which , ought to be shared among the many, falls almost wholly upon a few. And it is that well abused class, usually designated the Corporation Justices, who have to do the largest share of the work. The Mayor and the superintendent of police are generally most punctual in their attendance. The latter officer, however, has his executive . business to attend to. Upon the Mayor, therefore, the weight ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR NOVEMBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

' CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR NOVEMBER, 1850. 28 T Of the Feria or Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., of S. Benedict, s. d. 29 F Vigil of S. Andrew. 30 Sat S. Andrew, ap. d.

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters, and communications to the Editorsand the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary than ttie writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information ia not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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THE LATE SESSION. III [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

THE LATE SESSION. NO. III. In our review of the proceedings of the Council during the recent session, we now come to the consideration of those measures which were introduced and passed, and which have become the law of the land. The number of bills passed was 47, the royal assent being reserved from one. That bill was Mr. Wentworth's Clergyman's Dis qualifying Bill, with respect to which a considerable diversity of opinion prevails.' For our part we think this question of enfran chisement should have been left to the elec tors, and the candidates who offer them selves for legislative honours. The great objection however to this bill, in our mind, was, the manner of its initiation. - It was introduced to set aside the law as declared in the constitutional act, and to provide against one peculiar case. We distrust too, the author and supporters of the bill, who have unhesitatingly asserted, that even in questions so materially affecting their func tions and responsibilities, as that ...

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

DECEMBER. 1 S First of Advent, s.d. 2 M St. Bibiana, v. and m., s.d., with Com. of Fer., all through Advent. 3 T S. Francis Xavier, conf. d:, 0. S. B., d. first class, with Octave. 4 W S,. Peter Chrysologus, bp. and doc. d. 0. S. B., com. of S. Barbara, s; 5 7' Of the Feria, 0. S. B., of the Octave. 6 F S. Nicholas, bp. and conf. d. 7 Sat S. Ambrose, bp. and doc. d. , i 8 S Second ,of Advent, s. d. 9 M Conception of B. V. M. from yesterday, d. 10 T Of the Octave, 0. S. B., Octave of S. ? Francis. ' 11 W S. Damasus, p. and conf. sd. 12 T Of the Octave, sd. 13 F S. Lucy, v. and m. d. . ?'. 14 Sal Of the Octave. 15 S Third in Advent. 16 M S. Eusebius, bp. and m. sd. 17 T Of the Feria. 18 W Ember day, Fast, 0. S. B., expectat. partus, B. V. M., d. m. 19 7 Of the Feria. , 20 F Ember day, Fast. 21 Sat Ember day, Fast, S. Thomas, ap. 22 S Fourth in Advent. 23 M Of the Feria. 24 T Vigil of Nativity, Fast. 25 W Feast of Nativity of our Lord, d., first class. 26 T S. Stephen, p. and prot : in...

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Catholic Extracts. IMPRESSIONS OF A CONVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

Wbolit i&ctmt0» IMPRESSIONS OF A CONVERT. (From ' Four years experience of the Catholic Re ligion,' by a late member of the University of Oarford) it is uot too much to suppose that, there is a large class of persons in this .country who feel a' deep interest in the present men tal condition of those numerous converts who, during the last few years, have submitted, themselves tothe faith of the Catholic Church. There are perhaps thousands who would rejoice to be able to see into the minds of those who know the Catholic Church by; personal experience of its influence upon ttiemseives. It cannot be doubted that the Church of Rome presents to those who are without her pale an aspect which is partly terrifying, partly confounding, and partly mysterious, even in those instances where it is admitted that she undoubtedly is a por tion of the true Church of Christ, and even may, after all, be that spiritual home for which so many anxious souls are eagerly yearning. From the irration...

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THE RAVEN IN THE HAPPY FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

FAMILY. (From Dickens' Household Words.) Halloa ! . ' You won't let me b'pgin that Natural History of you, eh ? You will always be doing something or other, to take off my at tention ? Now, yon have begun to argue with the Undertakers, have you % ' What n.ext ! ~ Ugh ! you are a nice set of fellows to be dj,scuss\ng, at this time of day, whether you shall countenance that humbug any longer. 'Performing' funerals, indeed ! I have heard of performing dogs and cats, perform ing goats and monkeys, performing ponies, white-mice, and canary-birds ; but, perform ing drunkards at so much a day, guzzling over your dead, and throwing half of you into debt fora twelvemonth, beats all I ever heard of. Ha, ha ! The other day there was a peison ' went and died' (as our Proprietor's wife says). close to our establishment. Upon my beak I thought I should have fal'en off my perch, you made me laugh so, at the funeral ! Oh my crop and feathers, what a scene it was! /neversaw the Owl so charmed. It wa...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry. — Fowls, from 2s. 6d. to 2s. 8d. ; ducks, 2*. 8d. to 3s. Od. ; geese, 4s. 6d.to 5s. ; turkeys, 7.-. to 8s. ; pigeons, lOd. ; wild ducks, 2s. Od. to 2s. 8cJ. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. Od. to 2-. 6d. each. Dairy Produce. — Fresh butter, 7d. to8d. ; salt, 4d. to 6tl. per Ib. ; cheese, 6d. to 7d. ; bacon, 5d, to 6d. ; lard. 3d. to 0d. ; pggs, Od. to 6d. per dozen. Vegetables — PotHtoes— Derwent, £6 to £6 5s. new, ditto, £7 0s. to £8 per ton ; cabbages. Is. fid. to 3s. Od. per dozen ; cauliflowers. 2s. 6d io3s. fid. ; lettuces, Od. to 6d. per ditto ; turnips, 0s. 0d. 'to Is 3d, per dozen ; parsley, 0s. 3d. ; celery, Is. 6d. ; leeks, 'a. 3d. ; parsnips. Is. ; carrots, Is. to Is. 6-1. ; pumpkins, 3s. t-d to 4s. per dozen , green peas, 5s, to Oa. Oil. per bushel ; broad beans, 2s. 6d. to 0s. Od. ; onions, 12s. to 15s. per cwt. Fruit. — Oranges, 4d. to 6d per dozen; lemons — Lisbon, 3d. to 4d. ; loquats, 5s. to 5s. 6d. per basket } gooseberries, IGs. ...

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EXTENT OF THE ANGLICAN SUPREMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

EXTENT OF THE ANGLICAN SU PREMACY. {From Dr, Wiseman's Sermon,) 'Now, I. know what will be said ; that 1 have no right to compare the two in this manner ; that I give to the Pope, with every Catholic, a real spiritual and ecclesi astical supremacy ; but that the Church of England concedes to the Sovereign only a a sort of superintendence, the care of pro tecting the rights of the Church, the privi lege of granting dignities, and connecting with spiritual pre-eminence temporal advan tages. I might appeal to what has been going on lately in the nation, as quite suffi cient to excuse all further allusion to this subject. Amatterof doctrine has been de- I cided, not by Judges, but by the Queen I upon their advice r and has been so decided i that, however men may endeavour to slip B from the blinding links of that award; it js a i chain round the Church of England ; unless i by something more than merely folding Bp' I its arms and passively laying itselt down in 1 its cells, it shall bur...

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

THE MIRACLE AT RIMINI. (From the Tablet.) A letter which we published in last week's Tablet from the Catolico of Genoa, contains a quantity of information on this wonderful event, which will tend at least to embarrass the unbelievers. We cannot say that we venture to hope that it will impart to them Faith, because that is the gift of Almighty God, and thongh evidence may lead them up to the gate of Faith, a hard heart and a rebellious will may yet hinder their entering in. We think it was Paine who said he would only believe Christianity, when he saw it written on the sun. With such a temper, he would not have believed it even then, but would have preferred to suppose the natural spots on the sun had spontaneously formed themselves into the inscription he had demanded. A candid witness, who evidently refrains from over stating his case, declared that he actually ascended up to the picture, and touched the very eyes. A legal investigation' has been made by scientific men — a learned ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

Institution of the Rev. Mr. Gorham. — At the termination of the ordinary business in the Prerogative Court on Tuesday, the Rev. G. C. Gor ham was introduced to Sir H. J. Fust. Having signed the Articles and taken the customary oaths, Sir. H. J. Fust addressed Mr. Gorham to' the fol lowing effect : — ' We, Sir Herbert Jenner Fust, Knight, Doctor of Laws, Official Principal of the Arches Court of Canterbury, lawfully constituted, do, by virtue of the authority to us committed, admit you, the Rev. George Cornelius Gorham, clerk, B.D., to the vicarage of Bramford Speke, in the county ol Devon, diocese or Exeter, and pro vince of Canterbury ; we do give you true, lawful, canonical institution, and dp invest you with all the rights and appurtenances thereunto belonging, and do commit to you the care of the souls of the pa--, rishioners of the said parish.' Mr. Gorham then bowed to the learned judge and retired. Archdeacon Robert WiijBerforce. — The Eccle siastical Court of the Archdiocese...

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

IMPO UN DINGS. Goulbuun— -Nov. 15 :— Chesnut mare, J with B under near shoulder, hind feet white, white blaze ;down face, 7 years old, about 16 hands high ; damages 5s. To be sold on the 19th December. James Stark. 9s. ? Windsor — Nov. 16 : — Black mare, star in fore ? head,^branded Son near shoulder, indistinct brand on off shoulder. If not released within 24 days, to be sold. G. A. Eager. 9s. .Merton. — black mare, draught breed, ED near shoulder; damages 2s. 6d. ; bay mare, branded B off ribs, 2 off shoulder ; damages 3d. Notice has been sent to the supposed owners. If not released, will be sold on the 2nd December. Geo. A. F. Kibble. 9s. ' Vanderville.— The 13th Nov., by John Wild, Esq. ; damages Is. : — Dark brown horse, with saddle marks, two hind Avhite feet, a star in the face, branded IG. near shoulder. If not released on or before' the 11th December next, he will be sold. Henry Kahlf. 9s. West Maitland. — From Telarah Minor, Nov. 13, white strawberry working bullock, cock ...

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

Moored sydney commercial almanac FOR 1851. CONTENTS :— Eclipses of the Sun and Moon ; Jewish, Feasts and Fasts ; Su preme Court Holidays; Insolvent Court ; Bank Holidays and Discount Days; Savings' Bank; Sydney Corporation ; Councillors, Aldermen, and Assessors of each Ward; Custom House Fees; Colonial Government ;. Executive Council ; Members of the Board of Education ; Phases of the Moon ; Raising and setting of tbe Sun ; Tide Table ; Garden er's Calendar; Custom House Duties; Bonded Stores; License Fees; Departures of Steamers and Coaches ; Post Towns ; Cure for the Bite of a Snake ; with a copious Chronology of Remarkable Events, Births and Deaths of Illustrious Men. Sydney,: Published by J. M0011E, 327 and 328, George-street, opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. Sold in Parramatta by E. Mason ; Moreton Bay , J. Swan, Courier Office ; Maitland. J. Broderick ; Mor peth, J. lleiliy ; Bathurst, J. Loneragan ; GVelong, J. Wiles. ACCOUNT BOOKS. npHE undersigned has constantly on 1 Sale a...

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

^?UBSCRIPTIONS towards the Erection k3 of St. Augustin's Church, Balmain, — £ s. d. A Resident .. ..140 Mrs. Hyland . . ..026 Miss Shannon . . ..050 Master Ham . . ..010 Mr. Hyland . . ..050 Mr. Killeen ... ..036 Mr. Shoitzer -. . .,020 Master O'Brien .. ... 0 17 9 Mr. Moore . . -, ..050 Messrs. Lark and Bennett ..100 A Friend ... ..050 Mrs. Jones . . .,010 Mr. Cole .. .. ..026 Mr. M'Cullum .. ... 0 4 0 Mr. Riley . . ..046 Mr. Fitzpatrick .. ..059 A Friend ' .. ..003 Miss B. Carney . . ' . . 0 4 0 Mr. O'Brien . . ..100 Mr. Ham .. ... 0 3 9 Total .., .. £6 16 6 LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS towards the Erection of the Church of the Sacred Heart, Surry Hills. £ s. (?. The Right Worshipful the Mayor .. 5 5 0 Mr. Felix Moss .. ... 0 5 0 Miss Lon^more ... ..040 Mr. Lauder .. ..050 Mr. Proctor .. ..016 Mr. Martin ' .. ..028 Sundry small subscriptions .'. 0 15 0 Collected at the temporary Church 5 0 0 COLLECTORS. Miss Clarke .. ..146 Master Shearen .. .. 0 13 0 MissGilroy .. ..056 Miss Plii'llippi...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 28 November 1850

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. November 21. — Rhone, U.S. ship, 741 tons, Cap tain Dennis, returned to port leaky. November 21. — Colonist, barque, 297' tons, Cap tain Marshall, from Newcastle. November 21. — Mary Jane, schooner, 84 tons, Captain Green, from San Francisco the 26th August. November 22. — John Potter, United States barque, 165 tons, Captain Mitchell, from Panama the 24th August. . November 23. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 19th inst. November 23. — Opalia, schooner,1 57 tons, Cap tain Stuart, from Viva (South Sea Islands) the 3rd instant. . ' November 23. — London Packet, United States whaling ship, 336 tons, Captain Howland, Irom the South Sea Fisheries. November 23.' — Kiwi, brig, 86 tons, Captain Johnson, from Kiapara, the 6th inst. November 24. — Clifford Wane, U.S. whaling ship, 305 tons, Captain Wady, from the South Sea Fisheries. ? . November 24.— H.M.S. Bramble, Lieutenant Pollard, from the South Sea Wands. November 25.— Kin...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE MAYORALTY. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 December 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE- MAYORALTY. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentlemen, — Having attended some of the meet ings called by the friends of one of the candidates for the Civic Chair, I beg leave to call the at tention of the public to some of the clauses aoainst 'bribery' in the New Corporation Act. The Act clearly defines that there is not to be any drink given by a candidate for civic honors. Still the hangers on of the candidates will be treated to intoxicating drinks by the cronies of the re ;, spective candidates, therefore it would have been as well if all meetings for electioneering purposes at public houses were brought within the meaning of the Act, for it is highly disgraceful to witness the scenes of crimination and recrimination that are resorted to on such occasions ; but what brings the Corporation and its members into contempt, is the apathy displayed by that body when any sub ject of importance, for the benefit of the citizens, is brought before...

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To George Hill, Esquire, Mayor of the City of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 December 1850

1 To George Hilly. Esquire, Mayor of the City of Sydney. . ? gIU ? We, the undersigned Members of the City Council, request that you will be pleased to convene a Meeting of the Council at your earliest con venience, to take into consideration the Evidence and Report of the Special Committee, received by the Council on the 18th instant, on the subject matter of missing documents, and for the taking of further evidence and le-examining witnesses ; and that the Council do resolve itself into Commit tee for the above purposes. D-vniel Esajt, Alderman. . William Moffitt. ??? .. Andrew Lenehan.

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THE MISSING COUNCIL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 5 December 1850

THE . MISSING- COUNCIL . PAPERS. We have been requested to publish the following documents :— In justice to Mr. Egan we beg to state that on the day after the Report of the Select Committee of the City Council, upon the subject of certain papers, alleged to hava been abstracted from the Town Clerk's office, was received, he prepared a, requisi tion for a special Meeting of the Council, to con sider the Report and the evidence upon which it was said to be founded, which requisition we signed, but it was afterwards- suggested that the matter Bhould stand over until the Report was printed, and all the members had an opportunity to consider the subject. ,„? ?»«- ????.,?? William Moffitt. ? ' ' ????.? Andrew Lenehan.

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