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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
AGENTS AND COUNTRY ORDERS. W 7E request of our Agents not to trans mit us any orders, unless they think them to be really good ones, and re seived in payment front our subscribers, as we have reason to think that several orders have been sent to us for collection for other parties, and which were never passed as payment of our accounts. The patience is worn out of the soul, and the solep from off the feet of our collector, in seeking payment for these worthless orders. NOTICE. O UR SUBSCRIBERS at Parra matta are informed that MR. THOMAS HIGGINS will call upon them for the amountof their respective accounts, he will furnish proper vouchers, signed by the undersigned, and no others will be acknowledged. M. D'ARCY. Chronicle Office, Jan. 9th, 1844.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
ýAi T a P' blioMeeiiag'of the Ihao[ibitantL's, _? Lof Patrick'i? Plain and its vicinity, held st roxt's? Hotel;, Singleton, on the Ilth of January,' 1844, " : ' a , .r: Moved by Henry 1Danger. Esq., seconded by Mr. John, Rotton-Thl$i this Meeting having bde'n apprised tirough'the'published letter of the' 'v. ' Dr. Lang, M.C.,.that he would be obliged to resign his seat in the Legislative Council, in con 'sequence of.the want of property quallecatioo, arising from the expenditure of his privaie' fortuoe" in the'caleq of education, cannot bet'view"tlid' osame with most-unfeigned regret. ? . ?.a ,:/'ri. Moved by John., Robertson, Esq., seconded by.Mr. James Kingsbury-That the speeches and votes 'bf Dr; Langlh Council have been s?eh"' a% It?' excite'the warmest 'admiration of liis 1Ialent :i'd:; integrity by the public, and that this ·Meeting-d ,would consider, the loss of his eminent spryiceq Jn,ý the Legislative Council of the Colony grea"t public calamity. : • . ' ' Moved by A. Valla...
COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
COLONrAfiT LERSid A , TsEW. ITdI tl.," ::: THEIR LASF REIPORTS.' Au.sralioa,:+Wiles, siled 14th June,' 1843;i spokent 1s, t Noverqtber, with 400 ,barrelsspermn;i,Cqgper "and Holt, owners. Bright 'Plai t,"kyle, sailed `2nd Marcl~d'l18i ;. spoken a7th "November, with 250 "birrelsa?NJbiti and Mitchell, owners.::,~; ..; ? i.??, it i o British Sovreign, Cqoper,; siled NoV.,6, 1843; Lamnb and Parbury, owners. : ' Carolina, Hunter, sailed 7tb August, 1842; -itMitli 25th Octobe lwith 630 barrels asperm';MWalker and Co., owner;.+,* : ' t?ti , f 'ne h,: a' Casrnarvonr, Irvne. sailed 22,nd ,Augusn ý,S 18?2 SIriine,owner. Clarkstone, Stewatt,'sailed 13th aj'nitaier :1843t r H..Moore,owner.o?ra?,t D i' tit i to a- , Genii, Long. sailed 1ith June, 1843 ;,spoken op the 20th Novotber,. with 150 b rels .Mtichell -i'l id .W illlao ub'ds oi3 eis . Dur, U Ui- ? -, ti, .:,,, ,Jdne,o eairweather; sailed 27tlihAugust ;'fJ.' Jones, owner. ?,th, , J .i ~ L,, aid .*'.tl'lj .p Eli r aied, .thof Tch,,1843 `"kp...
LITTLE SHEIL—REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
SDr. Sheil, .accomspanied by'his lady .(relict of the late Mr, Power, of Gitop, County Waterford) and. Miss Power, arrived!.! allrow on ýSaturd ay;but alas !-'there was no admiring rowd to cheer on the; x -plscemaq !-he was?' unwept, unhonored, and nsung"'-bhe did not j~jeeve: a solitary hurrsa i A the ,Right Hon. -qudnddram agitator was returning with his liady(rrn?ileti 'loc: mass; a w hewas nded the following pithy addres: `"To the Rigl}t 1. Richa rd Laeb &hlo S ýu M Sun?Saithrow' the weight?.or your s"plendid talents once: more into the cause of Repeal, au.' yqur,too. longz oppresed.couoiry; and although-it: may debar you from ".place," it will restore you the iffectiops and gratitude~ of your countrymen,. a-d old Ireland- ?will give you a ' place" in the ierord of her victories far more glorious than the oppriasbr can bestow. ((Signred)? A RapsAia R Cdrk xaminner.
O'CONNELL.—THE "DUBLIN EVENING POST." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
O'CONNELL.-THE "DUBLIN . EVENING POST." IWE give underneath 'from the Dublini Evening Post, of the 4th September, one of the most remiiarkable and effective proofs (amongst a million of others), of the trans-' cendant mental power of that wonder work ing man, O'Connell-that moral' Thaumao turgus, in his unparalleled march towards the.. atchievement of the freedom of his country, from an exotic, oligarchal, and ecclesiastical tyranny, unmatched in 'the history of nations., Pharaoh was a novice `comnpated to the rulers of Ireland. That O'Connell should blunt the edge of swords; or of bayonets, and seal up ini 'silende' the brazen 'throats of b6cas de' fncgo--of muskets, cannons, and howitzsri,' was 'somnething great-unexpected-sur prising: but the weapons were as unequal ,as, was- the cause on either side.: In the -case of' the Evening Post, however, the arms'(like those of Caesar and of Pompey at Pharsalia) were itike-both were Romans --both had high talent-both men carried the same ...
MONDAY, JANUARY 22. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Burton, and a Common Jury.) ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
MonDAY, JANUAR 22. 4Beforeits Honor 31r. Justle Burton, a91t aCommon Jury.) ' ", '" '' '"OD + , IWilliam -Blton' and Frederick Bouchl 'rwere n dicted for haviug, on. the.23rd of Decembter last, assaulted one .William,:Robertson, and robbed him' of a-.watch of the value of £5, and between lone and ten ,ahillings in silveri ; and James :Tselyaw wasr indicted for.being access6ry after the fact. ;''t Several witnesses were called in this case, but-the" Jury did not consider thievildence sufficiently strong to .conviet ?he prioders, who were accordidgly .acgitted, and dirschirged 'ironi custod?,l. Elisabeth Wysem?ru waii placed at the bar, charged with.having, on the 23rd of. December,last, unlaw. filly uttered three .counterfeit half.crowns,, with: intent.to deiraud one Joseph Dunn. Joseph Dunn, examined: Is a licensed hawker, living .in Pittstreet ; bad some,dealings withs the prisoner; was in her house two,days before Christ. mas .day last, and sold her some dress buttons for shirts t...
LAUNCH OF THE "GREAT BRITAIN." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
LAUNCII OF THE " nGREAT BRITAIN," a Per several days past the inhabitants of this great city have been making extensive prepartolins to.give. evidence of their loyalty' and, attachment to ,their sovereign by a suitable receptioni of her royal con-. sort, Prince Aloert, who, it is generally. known, had accepted an invitation from the directors of tihe Great Western Steamship Company to be pres?it at the launch of the maginificent a earn ship? the, Great Bv itaie. His royal himhness fGied this day F to be present and perform the ceremony of chstep-. o ing her. For some' time` this had been th4 engross- d sag theme of conversation ng the citizens The I town council hel, i special meeting, at wlich they r appointed a committee to make the 'necessary ar- a rangements, to afford every facility to the InbhbStans in expressig their loyaty,nd and also to prepare an 1 appropriate address to his royal highness. .The So. cidty of ,terchaint eofiurers had also repolved.to present his royal highn...
THE REPEAL QUESTION IN FRANCE AND IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
THIlE REPEAL QUESTION IN FIIANCE i AND IN ENGLAND. [From the Wevkly Freeman.] The comments of tie French press on the Queen' s speech have 'given the English journalists occasion torevert to them. The Morning Posrt, the organ of a large portion of the English aristocracy, which for some time has been indulging in bitter complaints and indignant remonstrances against the inactivily and indecision of the government, cites with delighlit from the Journal de Debats the opinion '" that the pnling of Sir Robert Peel towaids Ireland is watt. ing in decision and 'frankness." What the' wriie in the Debats may have'expected fron :the present Premier of England we know not; but of this we feel convinced, that if he hoped for a display of frank: ness or of any other of the higher q~ualities of 'a statesman from him whose whole political life has been an unvarying successiotn 6f'prineiples strlnou ously asserted and subsequently abandoned;,+ the French'journalists must be in profound Ignorance o...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
DIED, &nbsp; &nbsp; On Monday, the 15th instant, after a short, but painful illness, which he bore with christian fortitude and resignation, Mr. Edmond Healy, late proprietor of the Brougham Tavern ; he was a kind husband, an affectionate father, and sincere friend ; and his loss will be long deplored by his sorrowing family, and by a large circle of respectable friends.
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND THE BAGMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND TiHE BAG AIAN. [From the Ayr Advertiser.) , On the 18th of June, 1815,1 the battle of water)oo. was raging fiercely. Napoleon and; Wellington were in the midst of their'! great game,',;asnd each intently regarding the "moves" upon the compli cated and chequered field. Squadron after squad.. ron bore down upon. our .gallant...ifantry, -.as the big waves rise. and break .upon . her: level shore, and then retire ,in unavailiog, fury anrd dispersing foam. Then followed the devastating fire, of artillery,.rending our.brave and living masses in gory fissures, which were closed as soon as made,; or avoided by a change of, attstude; and then again came the fierce rush of the l'orne-boone and etbhu-. siastic foe, with cuirass and uplifted sabre, to be as, often repulsed by a steady fire, of musketry, or checked or routed by our, own resolute and strong, armed cavalry. Confident in the strength of numbers and the success of other days, Napoleon departed not from nis...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
THE MIlORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1844 S "l l djust and fear not: Let t11 the ends thlou taim'st at be thy country's, God's, ud tuth's." .Shakspeorr. EVIDENCE ON THE SALE OF CROWN LANDS. WE were afraid the' other day, that the IH rald and we were like the geometrical lines called asymptotes, which though they might ,approach' could never meet; .but most agreeebly and suddenlyare we disappointed; for on the Crown Land Question, there is a complete angle of incidence : and like the worthy alderman, who when Burke asto nished the electors at Bristol with one of his speeches, hoped to share in the applause by crying out Ditto I! Ditto ! So we say to the Herald's very pithy, correct, and able re marks, Ditto I Our space does not allow us to publish, as the Herald does, the evidence of the gon Llemen who were examined on the subject, which we regret: but one of the first ob jects of our attack in the Chronicle, was that absurd, mischievous, and insane regu lation of putting ...
A THEOLOGICAL GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
A THEOLOGICAL GOVERNOR. WE could not sooner notice a speech re ported in the Herald of the 9th of this month, as delivered by Sir Eardly Wilmot, in reply,to some petition of the Bishop of Tasmania and twenty-four clergymen, ;against the system of education existing in Van Diemen's Land. The Governor very properly refused to change the old system, which from the oppo sition (exc more) of the bishop, would seem to be the Irish one; of equal rights, equal indulgence to, and equal care of all : but-in. doing so, he made a sort of discursive ha rangue, on matters quite beyond his grasp of knowledge. He would more consult his dignity, as an impartial Governor, by know ing no man by his religion (which is invisi ble) but by his acts; and regarding allmen as equal in the eyes of the law, and there fore of his own, as its administrator; and distributing not only justice, but state sup port, with undistinguishing impartiality as to sect or denomination, and without insult ing or wounding.the ...
Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
dFortetgRt Extract0. -o STr. 'MAiy' S CnVTr, 'Aoaa.-Viii" or. THS Gevnsanoa-GnGsaerL,-Ona the 5th, of June -the Right Honorable the Governor.General attended: byhis -suite, visited St. Mary's Convent School a't Agra; and lwas received by. the. Right, Rev. Dr., Borghl; Vicar. Apostolio, and~ by his lordship's coadjutor; the Right Rev. Dr. CarlS.' Lord Elien borough expressed gieat satisfactlon at the neatness and ; elegance,? c the, iastitutloo, and: wasr i much pleased at the manioner in which his lordship's: questions oieietiflc 'subjects were ansiered by the pupis. SBeing about,to rejie, his, lordshlip l av addressed by. :Bishop Borghb to the, following, effecta S;My Lord.-Permit me to express,to your Lord ship thbe sentiments of, the",most. sincere gratitqde with which we, the 'religious ladies and. the pupils are tnimated for the high honour your lordship has o~onfe'dou i oriiiting St: Mary's Convent Scho!; Divine; Providence has been pleased to furnish me with the necessary mea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
,"The Morning Chronicle"' isepublished twieea;wee?, o: Wednejday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Boulth Wales, VanDiemnen's Land, South;ustralria, New Zealand, and India; ~and In England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Qu ders end on the 31st Mar, 301t June, :30th Sepemberi an3d,31st Decemberi,at whlch periods only subscribers can decline receiving it. .fter paying the aiount diue. -A dvertisers should mark, on each advertisempnt the number of insertions required; otherwise, they :are continued till countermanded., Orders to discontiniude or alter advertisements must be sent in bqfore six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday.- Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisementi aie rereeived till sizo'clock on the evening before publication.-All insrticiions must'be iven in writing, and all letters post paid. . :;: , IPUBLIt NOTICE. . WILLIAlt JON ES, L. EYTaRu PR.ESS ,·ilD @@PPER-?LATE? PRUtllgM1ER.' , die, &oa., t COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, DiESPECT...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETING FOR TO-DAY. None. MEETING FOR TO MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
J SOLVENCY BUSINES& ITi i ? STIN O?- . TOf DA None. MBETINGS POR TO MORROW A R..V. Newman, as adjourned second ;delltng, at h lalf-past ten o'clock Henr7y 'Ferry Sheldon, a specit lnetig at eleven Hercules Watt, ,an, adjourned special meeting at twelvb o'clock; ` = George Frederick Isaac, an adjourned third ?neetiog. .MAI. LyvoN S lTtls: A? Thie ?eole brated pure Clevelaud Horse;, " NOBLE," bred by the Australian ! Agricultural Company, will be` positively sold hias day, at the Mart, Georgestreet; and Charlotte Placesalso, two Dray Horses, one old Gig Horse, a:. ay Mare,( abda Mule,.~ht lI o'clock precisely. . r . .. .
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 24 January 1844
SbUtpputtg Ittrtelltgetct. -0 A- RRIVALS. SJan. 19.--From Moreton Bay, the steamer Janih Watt, 186 tons, GCpe,-with-wool; &c. Passengers ...Mr. Watertoq, Mr. 1Murial,, two.asoldiers, and' ihree prisonersd? 19.-From Hobart Towi , having left on the Ipth ihistant;, th~"'rijipe' Dke of Richmoid, '470 tons,. Klarke, with surpluts sforeh-l Passenogers-Ca-tDi in Iatson! and~ Liquuenmat ..Dresing, !68th. regimentI Ensigon Davis, 80th regiment, Dr, Elliott,,R,N.,, NMr. Kelly, 6b4'kUiiiad fileof 68th. 6and 30;rank and. ile' of 80th regim'enti 6 women, and: 4'cHlildrbon. 20.- From: Londbno, having leftitihe' Downi; 2nd October, the psip ycWecphalus, 650 .topns,Small, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mr. W?illis, Mrs. ,and MIas WWillis; did servant, Rltev. ir ;: Lawiy, (Speriotendant; oPfIWeileyan '"Midsiofis? in New e ,ld);Mrs. Lawgy, two daughters,rdadson, Mr., and Mrs. Boone, .?etsr. J. andFR. .tlomon,Lqwe, aid Cbr'ack; ' , '". S20.-Firom Liverpb'dl; 1ving left4tli&eil Octib...
FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844
F1INR ARTS. -o We have scarcely. space for .a few words of chit chat under this head. The Cartoons are still'among the few eghibitions which the season has left open to us. ." Westminster Hall receives daily its gratuitous thousands, whilst Westminster Abbey and St-'Paul'rs are to be paid for. The'dean of St. Paul's has set dp;, it seems, a bookaelliog bubiness i a small way within the cathedral, aond ,deals a little in medals also, for ihe eocouragement of. the, fien arts. : Nay, he sells theecho of the, building at qo:much a. whisper, and evideotly deemasit,a, great.,,point" of his religion to turn the honest. penny in .every possible way. 'A writer in she.Times of Friday.morning;, says * How different is the state of: Ste,, Paul's Cathedral corm. Pared with that of a,,Roman:.Catholic Cathedral I How disparaging must it be for the spirit of the Pro. testant faith to.be measured by such standards-and yet it willbe., .How unhappily-true then are the re. marks of Dr..Wiseman with reg...
HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF HANOVER AND THE ORANGEMEN OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844
THIS IAJESTY THE KING. OF HANOVEi AND TUE ORANGEAIEN. OF 14NLtqL4ND. We (L~titrpool Standrd) myp Ihis dpy to ly. bolore the 1Qyal Prbtgrtuactp.oI our town. loculneal, . jor rgtherd goumla ata, , wb are, sure, will bit read whia intmnie istcrest madd 4aigbi. ,'Fho cir. smytji~ogca shic ch 91ll ;li iksl 1 prtpjipdobae annesed are briefly the following. The visit of his, Majesty the' Kiig of Hainover to these dominions a appeared to the loyaiOrangemeo of Liverpool and it of England a flt(iiig opportunity for them to payt their respects to thelr former Grand Master, and the g ncle' of their bijb~ved Sovereign; and at their grand n lodge meetinge hel ian Wigs oon the 12th of July last, it was unanimously agreed that a petition, to be drawn up :b the g'rand oficers, should be addressed to his Majlety, expressive of the feelings o the body towarda him. Th'ee nilowing i athe petition which was ultimately aritaged .. - "' TO Hite MallaTY Tiut uin10 O. IIANovaR, Dua oP' CUMORILANS, &C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844
! Ew S Sut6itit. i j for S.L L astrck'a Chrir?h, Sydney -Supday evening, kanetry r t, 1844. ' Roger Theny, E.q., M0: u.:: ' ' P. Harnett,,Eq.. n , ww.iiý I?, +Ib 0'Q rhe VeR Rev. the-Vicar General.... 0 6 0 'R.V. P. Yob. . ....... ,0 .5' 0 !Rev. Jobhn MoW "Eoen ",. ;:'' .;;; 0 . + Mr. L. Cotta , oi;'i?"o 0'"'0 : A Frisod .,·a1e '.0 6 0 Mr. Kelly . .. 9 '. .rQ ...... . John Hart, jealor 0S 0 Edward M'Eocroe I-. '.: 0 6 +0'1 Collis ......."t+'. 0: ~St6::t S J. B. M Oul gm" .......... " e: Ke: rKeiy ... , Patrick Miaegan .U..N;. 0 1' ); Jeremiah Moore .b.u.+..;?, 0+ O '.0,.> S William Byraeei :..... 0 i + ºW...M+Ado.?. " ' . 0.. .." :Andrew Lenehab :,.-'s::. 0'~; 9 8:' Councillor Coyle ..:.... 0 4. 0: Joh eToole ..... : 0,, +"Edward'CUoanyjh'am ... - ': S'. d' : , oseph Wall . '. .. . ':i:? ' .: SVeremiab M Carth by . * 0-18 b r orge .t ........,. . a. :Msr DDDa· 0 10 A?Friend +. D ': SDitto ,, . .i 10 s+I':68:' -alaarl WlYha." ....a,.9 S:Edwitd llliVn I:* .. .+.?.-' ? :, Coyle a:+:...