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ERNEST AND THE ENGLISH ORANGEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

ERNEST AND: THE BNGLISH ORANGE . . EN. .. .: ; , ., _o_ S From the Weekly Freemin's JournaL1 ' J : His dark Majesty of rlianove hbai availed himself' of the periodof his departure from EiiglaondBniedesi vo?r to perpetuiate' thoi6' party'feisdst''which'have caused such misery ihrdughoutthi; laiid. Uplonthe 22nd day of August h'e' published' his~ thanks'to thb grhad lodge of Ithe Orangemen of Englaind for their address. Heao'cknowledges their "kindly attenion, I And proclaims " his gratification that he possesses the undiminished regard and esteem of his brethren." He admits bhi perfect concurrence in the sentiments which that addisi co'ntains,' and he' counsels thehi as to the codrse'which, 'a subjects of' "his illustrios niece," 'they should continue' to pursue. Now, we ask, and'we hope that some one of those who sustain his:Majeity'a interests in `this country will reply, what right he the Sovereign of a strange people, has' to receive political addresses from any portion of -Queen...

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FATHER MATHEW'S ACCOUNT OF HIS MISSION IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

FATHER" MAATHE W'S ACCOUNT OF HIl hi MISSION IN ENGLAND. . trI -o [From he Tablet.] When the frst batch of postulants presented them- Ia selves, Father Mbathew addressed them briefly. His pr observatios were to the following effect. He com. r 'menced by giving a short description of his visit to of London, and the beneficial results of that mission. th St. Giles's and other localities Io the "great metro. pa polis," which were famous for vice, crime, and all wi kinds of disorder, had now become places of. quiet. as contentiient, and sobriety... Upwards of 100,000 br persons of all ranks in London had pledged them. us aelves to Total Abstinence, and amongst them were y( the Earl of 'Stanhope, the Most.Noble the Mar. chioness of Wellesley, the Countess of. Clat.'s MI us W. Walsh, the eldest son of Lord Stafford, the Earl at of'Surrey, the Duke of. Norfolk, a nobleman with pi *'all'the blood of.all the Howarda" remaining in bhis a veins, and they had informed him that they did so ra fo...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JANUARY, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

. ATROLIC DIRE OTORY, ANUARY, 184. 1 8. 97 iS John Orhysostom, bisop and doctor, doublp' S. 28 4th after Eplphany, Die co, semidouble 4. I9 St Francis 8ales, bishop, confessor, double T. 78 j t. Martinas, virgin and martyr. senidouble W..1 St Peter Nolasoo, cunfessor, double

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

g10u WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. TRUI DAI. 20 mid. p 11 morning JI 6 min. . 12 evening ToMORIOW 6 tm. p.l morniig I 3S min. p.1 evening S MONDAY 2mla pSmmornng I S min. p. evenlhg TUESDAY. " S9 min.p. morioog I. 32 mlnp,3 eveglug ; WEDNBEDAY. 4 min.p. 4 morning Stsmon.p. 4 evening THUBSDAY. 16 min. p. morning I 43 mrain. p. 5 evening S TIDAT.. ' 1 min. p. 6 morning " 46 nm. p. 6 evening aun rites this day 21 mIn. PD. ; seta 6 min. p. 7 intM Quatter or the Moon, 27th, 30 min. p 10 at night.

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Supreme Criminal Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Stephen, and a common Jury. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

Suprnua truit outnalto . `'` TVUDAT* JANtUARY 23. (Before its Honor Mr.Jiusttce Stephen,arida tomti'dnTy. Thomas Rohbrlon, late of Sydney, :was Mfound guilty of having, on. the 28th of September hast, furged and uttered a counterfelt -1 .noteýeofthe Bank of New.South Wales, with' intent 'to defraud one James Ezekiel Elliott. The prisoner was sen tenced to be transported for life. LTsTMPT AT MURDER., Edward O'Donnell was found guilty of so assault upon one Thomas Lynas, of hbippendale, oonuthe 13th of November. last.'; He 'was' setenced to'i months imprisonment and hard labour in Sydney Gaol.

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AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

AGAL4TS Vwt r TUB OHnttO IOCB'"" Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cmuley. '" ' Palierson, Mr. J. O'uliiia. Port Phillip, Mir. J. BullInsm!~i ,~'-IW Wollongoog, Mir. Edward CowrIao '" Bathurst, Mr."T. Jones , Goalburn, M:. Henry tbbhdp~oYI lobart Tour, Mr. JobuJPRiigsa' Maitland, Mr. Dee '`; r . ,Ai,,; Vampbclliown, &o,, Mr. M'Aiitlser Windsor, Mr. James'COsidy Penrith, Mr. JsmerM'Carahy' Jerry'. Plains, Mr. J. J. Ha'rpet Bluugoots, Mr. ldward' Hughes 'r W ollombi, M r. lMohael ByrnePl e t Un d Publiahed In Eke UOie~d Kang~dossby'' 6p ; Ir. Jones, ,Pateornoster-row, Londongey ailla Ifeant.street, Dublin. Sydneyr Prlteed sod Published by MIHAEL D'AROr4 f u i.alrWSedpo ret. 'II Use Chrolel of lr.,Dddgitcnsteb

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE. . Beut atd ear not: Ill the ends thou am' at at be thy countryu', Thy God'., and tuZtb'a. Pu/cspeure. AUSTRALIAN WOOL. We did intend (and we promised,) to handle in this day's Chronicle, the subject of that great source of our colonial wealth, the FLEECE, which it appears, by Mr. Cobden's motion, is threatened witli the repeal of the duty on foieign wool, so as to leave our woolgrowers to meet' the competition of German, NXig.ari}i, 'Solth American, Spanish, &c., stlbjcasoura is, to'the.heavy charges of freight, insurance, and interest, for the long delay of our returns;. and also to eicamine the merits of his ?x?llencl's. and Mr. Lo.we's. doctrine of .fre trade. This, which would iot only .be iuseful (as we would fondly hope), bit pleasant, 'our llmitgd space obliges is to postpone, on aobiiunt of 'a sdort of half literary -half fahiatical attack ??'againit Romanisnt, in' tali Herald of Wednesday, wvhich contanin}ng. a miass of imost gross riisreprese...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

Si: 25.-For Liierpool, ih'e schooner G)nesroy; Refrrew'; with colonial prodnuePe?? r Ps?sag-jii ,t in Like iad child, and Master Thompson. AdSAThe Phrsian, 558 tons, , Oppenheim, for LbionB Pasiengers, Mt. aiid Mrs. Tiood, Mrp. OUpenheim, Miss Cooper, Miss Itudder, M?;i H W?i~;!y and -. Booth, Esq., R.N.,; hi Melvillb? and Mrs. Johnson, Miss Kelly, Miss Atkinson:, al;l it Mrs. Murphy, and ll in the steerage.; 25;-For Port Phillip and Po?i Albert, the c?tter Thomson, Birkinahaw, with suiidies. Passe~d i Miss E..Neale,. 26.-For Moreton Bay, the leasmer Sovw.r`bs Cd~ e, itih sundries. Passengers-Messrs,: orbes, ow,aSlmupsob, o ick, i euslise, and tweny.two in.

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THE JEWS OF ANCONA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

THE JEWS OF ANCONA>. ": THP. perseeCition )f the !ews; of Aincna, and "the decree:f the; nquisition,." about which so muc). ink,. and' ire, and impu dence have been wasted, .turns 'ott 'after all, to be but one tOre' of the well known props of Protetahtlism, of whichl we decline giving the name, (it is-so vulgarly. coarse) but which, it wquld seem, by thet invention and use of such props, are considered: by the reformation as its best support, now 'that penal la?vs are gone,' and argument beaten from its .ramparts, and hides its diminished head. We say argument, forcaltumny, dis honors and disgraces the name. CALUuMIESr AoAINST OCatrOLto.-The 'diobs states, upon the authority of letters from Marseilles, that the article publishedas a decree of the inqui sition of Ancona against the Jews lisa fabrication. [Of course it is a fabrication, but it has se red its purpose-it has given an opporton ity.to the enemies of Catholicity, and Catholics toeenvenom thepopilar mind against both th...

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O'CONNELL AND ENGLISH CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

IO'CONI.ELL AND ENGLIS?' CATHOL: OS." ,We: gladly make space. for.the: following letter: from the brother of. the late Cardinal Weld :- To then Editor of: the Edinburgh Courfer. Sir-My.: atterntion his been drawn to a letter, dated Lincoln's Ion. in your paper of this day. Your correspondent ?bierves,that the conduct ofthe Repealers in Irel?nd, . at their public meetings, amounts{ to sedition.4iAl ' .: have forsome few years been in the habit of itteafbing and taking part in public meetings, I ihall'be.tlad' to learn what particular point (without danger of riot) constitutes a sedit?t.s meetibg. If?inevil i complained of, the e ,tecti of which clos t?'llt , b .t the interestsof few persons, a squall ,n+uimber "only? will attend i but If the evil' complalned of be ery... deeply felt; aod extenaing to -all ranks of society and on that account producing anr overwhelming meeting, am L to conclude that such a meeting' is illegal. If so, I have been ofien guilty. We h'ear from high legil ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

,.'.TATefMorning Chronicle" is published twice a week, oiWVdnesday anid Saturday; and is extensively circulated; throughout New South Walesj Van Diemenl nd: South Australid, New? Zealand,-and India;;, :and in England,. 8cotland, and Ireland.-The, Quarters end on the 3 S80th Jmune, 80th Septerpber; and 31st December;: atwhich periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying thSe amount due.-]dowrtisers .s6sid mark on each advertisement/the number of insertions required; othaerwise,hey. are continued till countermanded disonliue or alter adverisements must be sent in before si o'clock.on the evenings of. Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday; but newadvertiseuis are received till siz o'clock on t'e evening before publlcation.. -All istructions must be gven n writing, and all letterpost pa. PUBLIO NOTICE.j WILLtIAM' JONEIS, eSITIVlER PRIKESS AiHlD O@PPlER-PLATE P ? rDBTIER, &o., &a., 1COLONiNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY,: "i?ýSPECTFULI.Y takes .leavee to [?t:,iip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

AGENTS -ANtD COUNTRY Sr OitDEIR . ?jE request of our Agents not to irais W. mit /s .:any orders, unliess they think thenalio.be really good ones,.and re .ceived in/payment from:our snbsori.bers,. as we have reason. to think .that several: orders hlv.eobeensent to us..or olleo.tippi for other.parties, agd .wbioh: were pover passed as. paya?enotof our' aoounts. I?2l0e *ptience is woron ut of the soul, a-nd the, soles from afftheqtfo o oout colleotoFr, i seeking paywmept for - those. wworthles. or. er.. ( UR SUI OCLIBERS Eit PprA ma ta ,are, informed.. tiiat Mini. THOMAns d4JGGINS. will all upon them fo rtheamountofthorirrespp tve acuoukgt, ho will frfnish proper vouchOrs, signe b1 1 thei undersigied, and o?h others 'will be acknowledged. M. D'A RCY. roi i onioue()~Ioe, Jan. St., 1844.

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NEW IRISH SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

NEW IRISH SOLEMN LEAGUE ANDi3; CoVENTANT* . in. S Wiling to wotmd, and 'yet afraid to strike. The' great Protestant anti.Repeal meettiig inti mated first for the open air, iext to be heold in a room inaBelfast i;." sall by degreei'and beautifully ;isis' h.as bieen abandoLed altogether. .Some of the party' are un Protestantied, others again have very wisely gone over to the Repealers, and ,the rump, instead of the old Orange'days of sleeping on their, arms,' and keeping their. power dry, haire faIllen, back on: the Bible, lind have manfully. resoled 'to the' beat of their abilities, to mantiian the 'Holy Scriptures au the stahdird of Christitan' faith and morals I But they have not resojved to practice the precepts of thait same code of Christian faith and morals. The following are the terms o :tliis.Solemn ILeague: anhd: Covenant, and bieing a challenge, in trrah. to the Catholic.clergy of Ireland, rather than iagLinet Catholic politics, we 'hope Ithat'where there is only one chapel...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19.       His Excellency, the Governor directs it to be notified, that the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, has signified, in his Despatch No. 128, of 21st August, 1843, Her Majesty's gra- cious approbation and allowance of the Absolute and Conditional Pardons granted to the under- mentioned individuals, viz:— ABSOLUTE PARDONS. Dated 1st February, 1843. Aspinall Thomas, Mellish Barnes Thomas, Coromandel 3 Barnet Samuel, Marquis of Huntley 1 Drummond William, Baring Orton Sarah, Lord Wellington Rogers Richard, John Barry 4 Sims William, Eleanor.    

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE         ARRIVALS. 25.--From Newcastle, the barque Cuba, Jeyes, with colonial produce.    

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THE ANGLICAN ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

---THE ANGLICAN ESTABLISHMENT. (From the E L bu-rgh Coorir.e The following singularly beautiful esposition will be acceptable to our readers. The high -quarter from whlich it emanatrae gives direction, whileoiti intrinsic value 'will produce conviction? in every. reflecting mind: . Dsan Sra-I havle sometimes heard the followingg questions discussed in England: lit, Have the Bisheps-of the Anglican Establish. meant preserved the ecclesiastical hierarchy in Eng. land.?" Are they to be considered as the successors of the Catholic bishops who continued in England until the etlinction, of the Catholic hierarchyt ,2gd, Can they and their; adherents be said uith, pv?prfty to; form a!.Church i Is the Anglican Establishment a Church at ll? : Being persuaded that elear notion on the subject upon which these qu questions 'bar couid not be too carefuli?F 'propgated amoing Catlioes,, principally at the present time, I beg, through the media.um of your widely circulated columns, .to offer, Irt, t...

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ECCE ITERUM CRISPINUS! THE "HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

ECCE ITERUM CRISPINUS!I THE "HERALD." Wa were ii gieat, hopee last Wednesday that as the Herald evinced signs oftretur?i ing reason, he would leave offt theology, unite with us in seeking to promnote .the restoiration of the Colony'p irosperity, and permit our ipoor prote/e, Poery, tip `r" n peace," at least for a season: but we find out the trith of Pope' iinth eatituide, " Blessed' is'th tate m t hoi'pe fori?~uo ling; for he will not'be' alsdproitdd." Yet we canniot saly thatwe blame the Heriald: i'vl suppose it m'tist be on Mr. Lowe's frinci le, thiit his organ of literary coinbativeneiss is so developed and 'so' exclted,'that he is driven by an irrisestible impulse to d6og iiatise, and soto act Asitdivinity had cetoled -' = The itch-o phypqba to be parelt4*. and therefore it is that he rips up an already 'forgottenset oflettures,:.no.doubt too, lest they should float dowg the streatn of Lethe to some honest cheesemonger's, where they would be puyqPl .ore inioxiously. employed in...

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CONDITIONAL PARDONS. Dated 1st February, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

CONDITIONAL PARDONS.     Dated 1st February, 1843, Anderson William,Batavia Andrews Michael, Mangles 5   Aspinall Thomas, Mellish     Atkins Henry, Guildford 5     Ayres Richard, Earl St. Vincent 2   Balcombe Thomas, Prince of Orange 2 Ballard John, Sarah Bambrough John, Champion Bartlett Robert, Asia 6 Barton George, Minstrel 2 Bate Thomas, Hebe   Bignell Robert, Hercules 2 Bolton Henry, Asia 5   Brett Thomas, Mariner 3 Brien John, Brampton   Brogan James, Marquis Huntley 2 Brown Henry, Andromeda 2 Browne Patrick, Borodino Bryan James, Larkins 1   Burke Richard, Mariner 3 Burnett Richard, Marquis Huntley 1   Burnett William, Speke 3 Butterfield Joseph, Champion Byrnes Darby, Ann and Amelia Callaghan Timothy, senior, Borodino Callowhill William Hindestan[?] Campbell George, Minerva 5   Chamberlain Theoph...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 27 January 1844

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. His Honor Mr. Justice Burton having entered the court at ten o'clock, the following jury were immediately sworn: - John Tingecomb, (foreman) William Woolcott, James Lethbridge Templar, James Upton, George Talbot, George Venables, Frederic Thompson, James Urquhart, W. J. HI. Thorne, Peter Henry Valentine, John Brown Viles, and George Tabor. MURDER.       John Fitch, alias John Knatchbull was placed at the bar, charged with having; on the 6th January instant, committed the crime of wilful murder upon one Ellen Jamieson, by striking her on the head with a tomahawk, and thereby inflicting divers mortal wounds, of which the said Ellen Jamieson died on the 18th of the said month. A second count of the indictment charged the prisoner with having committed the assault which caused the death of the said Ellen Jamieson, by forcibly throw- ing her on the ground, and beating sand kicking her with his hands and feet. Upon the prisoner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844

AGENTS POlL, TH., HRtOXNLOL$ Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley., Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. 'PortPhlllip, Mr. J. 'Billen Wollongong, Mr.-edward Corrigon Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Goulburo, M:. Hebry thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John IRegan Maitland, Mr. Dee Campbelltoovn, &o., Mr. M'Alister Windsor, Mr. James Casaidy Penrith, Mr. James M'Carthy: Jeity's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpr, Lidgonls, Mr. Edward Hughos SWollosubi, Mr. Michael Byrne SPublshed in ,the Unit.ed Kfingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster.row, London - Mr. W. J. Batteriby, 6, sseax.bridges Parlla. nentL.treet, Dublin. Sydnoya Priued and Pabllshbed by MJOICHAI D'AtIOY, of Bridgeltret, at sthe OQbouql omiij pl ~Jt+wa.

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