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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

. T. WILsoN.-Anotlier meoting of :the creditors of this-eletaated peruijpige was hcli'doniWednesday, at the Royal Hotel, for the purpose. of carrying into effect the resoluTion passed at their: last ineetinggy Mr. Burdekin,haviig J eenT , called r to the chair, a 'deeil -wass todun'cd, whichl appointed a committei to collect tho effects! of thoe defaultet into as fund;? from which, aý dividend 'was, to lbe equally.,dii4ded inong the creditors;. aecording to' the' aemount of "thoii respective claims:` This'"deed' was signed by! a.:greati nsiniber of Jthe creditors; but many refused to attach their signgtures puntilL the ;decision ,of their donors was known, respecting. the important t akruptcy I,question, which had "affsenlfrdrilth'e'apllication of the Attorney General:: - .LYoN sb. 1oLAcg--By the decision of their Honors,;hthothrees Judges, the judgment obtained, by the defendant in this case,<for £1O;OO., under adeer tain warrant! of :attorhey" graited by 4.1>. Wilson...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Archbishop of Tuam TO Lord John Russell. St. Jarlath's, Tuam, Feast of St. Gregory VII. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

The At*chblshop> of ; Tuiam t~ordJ Iohnr Russell' St. Jjr1ptle'as, Tuam, FPeast of. St Gregory VII. ,'. it.be just jn the .igbt of, God tq hear drou rather thanlodjqlge lie."-AcTs or THE 'ApdtW's, '4th Chialitei" ,Mitt LoRD~VWih t the privileges of thp, as. setmbly of DWiOh your' lrdship is so eonspi cnbaua mestuber, slits note my'purpose to iiter isllsiedir 5epor;. of p~roaeeeling8{ ofo.whtich fllter`ou r lordship norI. are responsible. 5!rom:!tlis .Ieport it appears that the arch blqlpp, `and :lrtgyc of Tuam. , professing the oman ¶a holie religton tiuaninoqsly: prof,. 'erel !o e louse- mfCorpl5spfl, an,,hnumble aiid"ie5ieot u1 peifition,' f'or the redress of a p-1piftatl;grievatce, and ;that: this piayer of itgi-eitodwe f(ued. o, bJia ened. to,, etto'nf ugh bitepdrictusotrct.1iwas required, it seens, aei.aconditi r' of its re6lpj tion, that the itle ..of. Achbishop of Tham should be cancelled by the petiliopcrs. Now, it is an unqiettiiahlefac, that they are daily in the habit ...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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MOUNTED POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

MOUNTED POLICE. It appears from the evidence of Major Nunn, the present Commandant of Mounted Police, that the Corps now consists of I commandant, 4 officers in command of divisions, 3 visiting justices, 1 serjeant-major, 16 serjeants, 13 corporals, 107 mounted and 20 dismounted troopers The following is the distribution of the force according to the present orders, viz:- FIRST DIVISION. Officers. Mounted Troopers. Dismounted Troopers.   At Sydney .. 1 11 1 Longbottom .. 0 4 0 Parrnmatta .. 0 5 1 Windsor ... 0 3 0 Emu Plains.. 0 4 0 Weather Board 0 3 0 Liverpool .. 0 4 1   Campbelltown 0 4 1   Wolloongong.. 0 3 1 1 41 5 SECOND DIVISION. Mount Vittoria 0 3 1 Bowens Hollow 0 4 1 Buthurst ..... 1 14 1 Lachlan ...... 1 2 1   Wellington.... 0 4 0 Mudgee ...... 1 2 1 Dabie ........ 0 4 1 3 33 6 THIRD DIVISION. Bong Bong... 0 4 0 Goulburn ..... 1 9 1 Yalbreth ..,. 0 3 0 Braidwood .... 1 3 1 Yass ......... 0 5 0 2 24 2   FOURT...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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DANIEL O'CONNELL ESQ., M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

DANwriL 'O'CO1I'1WTELL s~ ~.P EI the clouds' thiat-have darken'd thy skies, ; nd thy long night of gloom,' shall eternally set, -The star of thy glory triuiapharitly se, And the B'ight tahy of Liberty. beam round thee yet! 'e ii illtitt h o that morrow will e, i 1; es i it throng t the dair k ses s 4' Tyranny s reign, To pour the full. flood of ts glory .on' tiee, - And bringiback the light .of thy freedom again Oht then' 'wll thy p;rayer bless that Patriot's name, Whb, proud o'er .hy waves .of adversity shbne, eat' the "sowl ol' oppression resplendent,,the same, 'To the bright-goal of Liberty guiding thee on; Atid then when he views thee blest; spotles, and free, Unitaii d by'the dark lowering cloidsl of the past, vhap y "ie1dilerens of his slumber; will be, _ le.sleeps in the smiled of thy sunshine at last!

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

idrDiEY 3ankint Maornpant A T af l General 4Meeting . of. Sub scribers to the proppsed Sydney Banking Company, held..at the Royal Hotel, George. street, Sydney, this day, 15th November, 1839, J. Long lInes, Esq., in the Chair, the follow ing Resolutions were adopted:= 1.-Moved by J. B. "Darvall; seconded by William Wrighr,-That this l Meeting, consis deripg the floureshingstatoof all .the existing Banks of the Colony,-the high.premiums paid on the purchase of shares in those .of recent origin, and the inadequacy, of. their united: re sources to the discounting Qf much. unexcep tionable paper submitted to,their several Boards of Management,. ire" of.,opitiioa that as addi. tioinal Bank may', be introduced with. equal advantage to the public an to, .the shareholders. 2.AMoved by, William,. Oster; seconded .by William Abercrombie,-Thpt it .ssd4esirable to vest the ownership aped nsanasiment, of the Banking business of the, Cqlqyan the,hands of. as large a number as possible pfthe. resp...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

A Public Meeting was held yester- day, at the Mechanics School of Arts, for the purpose of taking into con-         sideration what measures could be most advantageously adopted to meet the increased expenditure occasioned by the addditional funds required for the maintenance of the Police and Gaols.   It was proposed that a Petition should be presented to the Governor, praying that no part of the fund arising from the sale of waste lands should be applied to any other use than that of the introduction of 'free emigrants; but that, in order to meet the present exigency, a tax should be levied upon those individuals possessing the ad- vantages of convict labor; in the pro- portion of £5 per annum for every mechanic, and £2 for every labourer. A great deal of discussionwas entered into; several gentlemen, among whom were: Messrs; Campbell, Hall, Foster; and M'Eachern, speaking in favour of   the measure, and...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

To Correspondents   Could any of our friends lend us, for a few days, a correct likeness (of any size) of Sir Richard Bourke?   " A RAMBLER FROM CLARE" is substantially. good, but it wants a little dressing. Had the writer taken the precaution to spend a few years at Maynooth before he crossed the line, he would be the best correspondent we have.       All communications to be addressed to the Editor, at the Chronicle Office, 67, Pitt-street Sydney.      

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Calendar for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

Calendar for the ensuing Week. D.M. D.W. MEMORANDA. 22 F. S. Cecilia V.M., d. 23 S. S. Clement P.M., d. 24 SUN. 27 aft. Pent. s. John of the cross, d. 25 M. S.'Catherine V.M.,d.   26 Tu. S. Felix Conf., d. 27 W. S. Gregory Thaumaturgus, B. C. 28 Th. Koon's last qr. 8 h. 31 m, morn. 29 F. Sun rises 4h. 59m. sets. 7h , 1m

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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The Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

Sydney: FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 1839   We scarcely could have anticipated, when we made some remarks, recently, on the legislative machinery of the colony, that we should have been fur- nished by the individuals working it, or worked in it, we know not which is the appropriate term, such glaring in- stances of its defectiveness, of its utter unfitness for its purpose, as are now before us. We would wish to treat the subject calmly, though   smarting under a grievous and palp- -able injustice; we would not do other- wise than honour, if we could, those who sit in the chair of authority, though we feel conscious that the   blow which bigoted insolence has, from its place on high, inflicted upon our petitioning lips, still discolours our cheek. Yet the admirable article Tuesday's Australian relative to the conduct of two of the members of that Council shall be our guide. Yes, "knowledge is power," and the     consciousness these...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

Country News.   BRAIDWOOD, 15th Nov.-- Last week, I had the satisfaotion of seeing Master Jingery Jack, and one of his associates named Bill West, lodged in Braidwood lock-up : "par nobile fra-     trum." These fellows, in company with another called Red-Tim, (whom our police are at present in pursuit of,) have carried on horse-stealing on a most ex- tensive scale for the last five years in this part of the country, selling them at Port Phillip, and elswhere to the tune of some thousands of pounds, but I hope that their career of plunder is at an end. Last.week, three bush- rangers, armed cap-a-pied, visited the   establishment of a gentleman near Lake Bathurst ; his name, I will not men- tion, as he is in Sydney at present, and might, on learning this circum- stance be more alarmed than the na- ture of the case requires. It is quite certain that they used the most brutal violence towards a female domestic; but that they were not s...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

&o out ?ubscriBies. Og Our Friends and Subscribers are re spectfully irnformed, that their accounts for the first quarter, whivch en.'ed on 3tst ultimo, aie tn course of preparation and delivery. and'we should be obliged by the early payment af the respective Amounts. (3 Our country friends and .agents, on trans-. milting the names of Subscribers,.will, be good enough to write their addresses legibly, with the name of the post town at whlich thl wish their papers to be left, in order to prevent a repetition of the delay or irregularity which has in some cases occurred from the want of such precaution.

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La Retraite, [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

ELa ýEtraite, at preas+it in the occupation0of-J. Ddgarno, Isq., .'if twliihh;1 there.are, six and a-hah Years unexpired frrom the First Day of January .1840,_ at .tlie very low rental of £140, payable half Yearly. This Farm contains 1780 Acres of Lind, and is situated on the Road from Parra: matta to the Male Orphan School. It is distant only six miles from Parramatta, five miles frurn Liverpool, twenty miles from Sydney, atnd three miles fromn Lansdown Bridge; offerin" facilities for thle disposal of its proýductions which are rarely equalled. One hundred and twenty acres are cleared, stmnped, and in cultivation; and the whole is fenced and divided into Paddocks. A large Creek of Water runs thriruch thr FPa m, which was never known to fail, bebides vari,,us water holes, dams, &c., which have never been dry. The Residence is a nett Cottage, corn taining eight Rooms with loft above, Kitchen, Stores, Laundry, &c. thre out Offices consist of Dairy, Cuach=shouse, Stabli...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

jitppitg Jtnhte?ttgenute. ARRIVALS. NovE5BEsR 25.- Andes, brig, 222 tons, irtoklebank master, from Bourdeaux the 11th July, and from Bahia the Ist September, with 2000 barrels flour. DEPAITUIRES. 25.-Christina, barque, Berkett master, for Valparaiso. 25,-Australasian Packet, J. R. Nichols master, fur Port Philip. Passengers, Mr. Tuohy, Major Boyd and family, Captain Lewis, Dr. Mitchell, Mr. M'Allan, Mr. Abrahams and Mrs. Clarke ; Steerage pa9sengers, 20.

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Case of Mr. Polack. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

Case of £r. oIjllact. The case of Mr. Polack, arising out of circumstances connected with the extraordinary swindling transacti on of the notorious John Thos. Wilson, came on for hearing, at the Police 01 fica, yesterday, before Messrs. Wyd deyer, Brennan. and Campbell. Messrs. Forster and 13Beckett ap peared for the defence. Before the case was called, Mr. a Beckett rose, and said to Mr. Bren nan, that he had been told that the af fair was to be examined in private, and begged to state, that it was Mr. Po lack's 4lesire the investigation should be condauited in open court. This hav ing been complied with, Mr. Po lack was then brought in. Inspector Rilcy being sworn, depo sed, that, he had apprehended Mr. Po lack on a warrant at one o'clock on Sunday morning last. Mr. Unwin, (of Unwin and Want), said, that he would prefer the case to stand over till to-morrow (this day), that he had some persons to sub panna, and that he was willing that Mr. Polack should be allowed bail in the inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

This: Day is ?uAblished, PRICE,,THRE.E PEN.CE, T 'E S PEECH 'of ,D'ANTIEL 'OL'UONNELLý, Ee:i.,i tlin e Housie'oF CotMnroNs, on the' 2th of June, 183', on the PROPOSED. GRANT of £30,000, FOR NATIONAL EDUCATION. 'Also, PRICE ONEý SHILLING A 'Copperplate Engraving of ýSt:?. "Pete'as', 3 doume: May :be h'd of all bookPellers. ' 500 N SALE, by the undmersigned Tcn-Hyson Skin, .Hyson, aud? Gun Sigar? d1ihritirus, and Man!lla' Cul'oo, Chocolate, Cocoa Hams, iBacon Cheesoe Irish aund Colonial l'ork . ' Spices, Currants, Raisins ' . lBbttloed Fruits, Pickles, and Sauces IHerringse-lted and White Tobacco, Snuiff, and Cigars ILiverpool and Colonial Soap, Soda -. A large quantity of Yams, &c. JAMES GAULL. 'November 20, 1839. ' 489 R' ., M. NAPTHALY.bogs most re spotfully to inforrt the upycountry.Settlers, thatl o has good accommodation for Teams,. and a good Paddock for Bullocks, 'well fonced, and: abundanco of water; within ono'milo of.Sydney, and upon the most reasonabln terms. 0 Bal...

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Calendar for the ensuing Week, [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

Salincbar foit thb c~nutng ~tidt, D. M. D.W. MEMORANDA. 26 Tu. S. Felix Conf., d. 27. W. '. Gregory Thaumaturgus, B. C. 28, Th. Moon's last qr. 8h. 31 m. morn. 29 F... Sun rises, 4 h. 59m. sets 7 h L m. 30 S. S. Andrew, Apos., d. 2nd, 1 SuN I.ofAdvent. 2 M. .S. Bibiana, V. 1M. s.d. 3 u.I S. IFrancis Xavier, Conf. d. -,er,"" - .ýu.. -.--..-.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

` o teoreapontlcnt. Several poetical and . otlher contributions, w-hich.are in type, are obliged to be postponed on account of the length of report of the great C?atholic Alfeeeing, whiclh we hope wuill also ex cuse the deficiency. of our local matter. * ,* All communications to oe addressed to the Editor, at tha CUhronicle Ofice, 57, Pitt-street, Sydney.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

tigitta_ (ort>etoln>tttrente. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. SIR,--The report of the trial of the bushrangers, Davis, Taylor, and Tel ford, which has appeared in the various newspapers, has created no small sur prise in the WVollombi, as these reports all agree in awarding to Constable Wilson the most unqualified praise for Scourage, &c. on the capture of the prisoners. It is very unjust, sir, that the men who really evinced all those noble qualities ascribed to Mr. Wilson, men who are acquainted with all the passes ef our mountains should be thrown into the shade, and all the praise given to a man, who, to say the least, has never gained the credit here of being remarkably active, whatever impression ibo may have made in S3dney. From the security which the Wollombi mountains naturally afford the bushrangers, it is very pro bable that occasions may again arise when the assistance of those men may be wanted, but cannot be expectod, who having been denied p...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

s LOCL. The operation of the Country Town Police Act has been extended by the Governor to Port Macquarie by virtue of the power which is invested in him by that Act. 1BANKRUPTCY QUESTION.--The Supreme Court was occupied nearly the whole of Thursday, in hearing the arguments of the Attorney General, and Mr. Manning upon this question. The decision of their H-onors upon the matter will be known this day. LEGISLATIVE COOUNCIL.--Thoe Coun cil adjourned sine die on Tuesday last. 'l'he Governor expressed his satisfac tion with the members in Council, and thanked them for the regularity of their attendance. This has been thi longest session of the Legislatiiv' Council in New South Wales. POPERY AT LAST OVERTHROWN.- The Church at Cooks' River, for which a grant of £350, in addition to the legal grant of £1000, was surreptitiously ob tained from the public funds, the othe day, was opened by Dr. JBroughton,' on Wednesday last. His lordship preached a thunucoriog sermon against tbo Pope, which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 26 November 1839

!Bales by Aucteote. Clolhing, Piece .and Fancy =Goods, Ganvas; WVool IThrum Mops, Wool Bag9ing. Will Sell hy Auction, 'CH IS DAY, ,at his Temporary Rooms, George sth'eot, at Eleven o'clock precisely, T WO b lsý Corcl, Beaverteen, and ' Molesi'fiJackets and Trousers 'One hundred p'air 1'White Trousers Twenty-two India Silk Jackets and Coats A quantity of Hats Brown Sheeting Two cases of Oil Cloth Table Cover ing and Table Mats Gauze Veils, Scarfs, and Handker chiefs Six boxes Black Silk Velvets Two hundred bolts bleached & brown Canvas Eight bales Woolbagging Two ditto Wool Thrum Mops One cask Hlorse Hair. T. erms at time of Sale. 615 Cargo of the ARGYLE.. MRi. S. LYONS, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On THURSDAY, the 28th Instant, at:1i o'clock precisely, at the Stores " of Messrs.' Hughes and Hosking, the Cargo 'of the barque ARGYLE, ' from Calcutta, positively without . the least reserve, consisting of- FIVE HUNDRED bags Gram ,300 bags Barley 7 cases Bryant and Davis' Sherry .4 cas...

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