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THE MORNING CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
THE' IORNING CHRONICLE WVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1844 es Be just and fear not: Let al the ends thou atm'st at be thy country . Thy God's, and truth'.." hakpeare. FREE' TRADE. r" Henry Ikin respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he hes on hand a large assort ment of Colonial and AnuatCan FvansruRs, consisting of Sofas, Chiffoniers, Chests of Drawers, Tables,. Chairs, &c. &c., which he' can warrant to be of the best manufacture, and is selling the sanie at very low prices for cash."'.-Malitand Mercury.] Now, we ask, is not this a pretty sort of advertisement to appear, whilst our honest, skilful, and industrious mechanics want bread ? When we consider that every nation .takes care of its workmen and its manufactures, and protects both when ne cessary, by duties on foreign articles of manufacture : when we consider that the Americans, in particular, do it most ef fectually, some of their protecting duties being as high as fifty and seventy per cent. on cert...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
BIRTH, On Tuesday, the 23rd instant, Mrs. Valentine, of Parramatta-street, of twin sons. DIED, On Monday, the 29th, Peter, the infant son of the above, aged six days.
PROGRESS OF REPEAL. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
PRObGRESS OF' REPEAIL. -o LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOOIATIOH. [From the Edinburgh Courier.] An adjourned meeting of!the Association was held on Tuesday week inthe-tCorn Exchange.- The room was densely erowded: Mr." O'Connell rose and said, it is now my duty teibring the objects-of this day's'meetitidg iihder the attention of the members of the Assooiatiots here present. I:meeasnto'move that itbie'referred to the coniiittee to prepare the draftof ah' address to be laid before the Association, directed to our fellowsi subjects in every' part of the universe-those who are obedient to the British throtte-satlng- the grievances under which the people of Ireland suffer, and the course'which they deent it prudent to adopt. The committee, sir, will eirter into the details of all thos'o iatlters which, in my judgment, justify., and not oinly jut;ify but demand'the continuance of the present agitation. (Cheeri). We have been ac. cused of being discontented,'ahd we plead guilty to the charge; i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
N EW SUBSCRIPTIONS for St. f Patrick's Church, Sydney a-Sunday evening, January 28th, 1844. a. d. h Very Rev. F. Murphy . .. -?`.. ~O 6" 0 i" Rev. John M'Eneroe : " .: ... .:. O '0O 2 6 .Mr. Janme Dalton, Wellington Valleyg .0 6 0.. O ; JameasMadegan --. .;....?.?0 `2a 6 -Michael Nuna - ......' 0 6 W. M*Adsm . ... ....... O 0 0 Edward Coigyngham ...... O ... 0 2 "6 Michael Dalton ........ 2 6 Jeremiah M'Carthy': ...:.. 0 2 0.. :James Madden 0....... 0 2 6' Patrick Maher ........ 0 2 6 . Richard Cullen .......,. 0 2 6 A Frienud ........ 6 O Ditto; per Master Curtis .......... 0 6 Master Coyle ...... 2 6 Wm. Curtis's weekly collectio'n 0 . 3. 0 Peter Curtis's ditto ........" 0 1 0 George Curtis's ditto ........ 0 1 0 Henry Curtis's ditto ..'...* 0 2 10 3 Mr. Richard Brenan's ditto .....;. . 0 2 10 Miss M. A. Rafferty's ditto ........ 0. 1 8 Ann O'Brien's ditto. ........ 0 2 6 Catherine M'Adam ........ O0 2 6 Mary Ann Tait ........ 0 2 0 378, . Total subscriptions .....a:£3. 4 4. -AUST...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Oorn-?talk's letter has been received. The ver clever wrlter must excuse our not publihier It In the Chronlcte, Inamuoh as we bold on thq points inquestion, principles diametrically opposite. We do not like oommittiug literary suicide. A Teetotaller has been received. Ve cannot Insert any anonymous oommunlcatlons in the Chronle, ncr any one. earino a fictitious signature, unless we are Infoamed, at the semetime, of the real ame thr e writer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
'The Maring Chronicle" is published tice a week, on Wednesday and. aturda ; and it extensively circulated throughout 'New ~oiulh -ales, ?ah'DW ien' 'Iand,' SoiUth'Aust'alia," NNew .Zeaand, and dIndia ;and in England, Scotland, an Ireland.- The Quarters eyd on the 31st marc, 30th June, 80th September, 'an aid 3tD'Dcember; at:'which periods only s'ubcriberi cani declinereceivin?g .it, after.paying the amount 'due;-Adverti?irs 'shodld"'man k bnr dedoh' aderti einent?r the. number of insertions required;, otherwise, they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements.ust be spnt in beforh, six o'clock on the evenings f. T2uesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but neowadvertisements: areiqcelved:till six o'clook.on theevening:be/fre publication,-?il. instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post pad. . S PUBLIO NOTICE4 WILLIA?X JONEES, * PRIOlNTER, Ire. Irae., COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, I ESP.ECTFULLY takes leave to It apprise hisalriends a...
MARCH OF INTELLECTUAL ELEGANCE, AND "AUSTRALIAN" TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
MARCH -OF' INTELLECTUAL ELE . " GANCE, :;AND - flM AUSTRALIAN" A..,ASTE. " '" THs AIustralian; i Tiuesday'sn'iumber, has given to his'reciders a sample 6f refinement in taste& delicacy in-appreciation of humour, and in discrimination of national character, which marks the high advance of a certain portion of the 'Colony in its judgment of fine' writing. Men who write to please, surely know how to serve up literary viands to suit the taste of their readers. This delicate: morceau, taken from Bent leg's Miscellany,.the -Australian begins by calling THE OEM of that number of Bentley, and which is called "A Night with a Whiskey Drinker," which, he says, is worthy of the "paternity of Father Prout." "It is a perfect torrent of broad irresistible humour," at which "you laugh in spite of your- teeth," &c. Just to show the ele gancies which. so delight certain parties, we quote a sample of this so extremely amusing a piece. It represents a sinner, Darby Delany, going to. con...
TREATY OF LIMERICK. THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
TREATY OF LIMERICK. THE HERALD. TIIE Morning Herald of Monday gives a sort of history of the Treaty of Limerick. One should have thought that any man who regarded the honor of England, would above all other subjects abstain from this one of the foulest blots upon the escutcheon of Britain ; a blotwhich no lapse of time-no coloring of words-no power of sophistry can delete. There is no Englishman, not dead to shame, who does not blush for the dishonor of his countryin that foul-base treacherous violation of national faith: a violation which no man denied-nay more, which was openly, avowedly acted on and what would indeed be incredible, were it not so characteristic of his class, Dr. Anthony Dopping, Bishop of Meath, in a sermon preached at Christ Church, Dublin, within a week after the signature of these articles, before the Lords Justices who signed them, openly said that "no faith ought to be kept with Papists! I " No man for 100 years, ever thought the Papists worthy of any apolog...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
AGENTS FORt THE OHRONIOLBU Brouleo, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollougong, Mr, Edward Corsigon Bathurst, Mr. 'T. Jones Goulburn,M:.-. ilorny Thompion Hiobart Town, Mr. John Regan Maitland, Mr. Dee Campbolltown, &o., Mr. M'Alister. . Windsor, Mr. James Casaidy Penritl, Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Hlarpue Biungooula Mr. Edward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byrne : , i Published in the United JCngdomb by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster.row, London Mr. W. J. Battorsby, 5, Essex-brldge, hu.alit ment.street, Dublin. Sydneoy Prlted ad 1 Pblished by )MIOIAI&L D'AItOY, of Iridglaatreet, at the Chronicle Ofmce, iDrdge tret.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
DEFENCE .o THE 'oo.-Is the dog called filthy ? He is much less so than certainmen of your acquaintance and mine, Is he exclaimed against as greedy? " I should like to see you ( retorts his advocate), if you had only a single mess for your dinner, and some one attempted to snatch it away " St. Chrysostom speaks of the dog as fawning on you when you face him, and slyly biting you when your back is~turned, " I ask pardon of St. Chrysostom ( says his defender) but he has libelled the dogs I have known, and still know, many men of this description, but never a dg." At least,Ithen, he is a thief. "No,because he has no idea of meum and tuuns; and if you will but teach him, you may leave him to sleep ,when he is famished near a roasted: fowl. Moreover he is often accused of theft he has never committed. The servants charge him with their iniquitles, and he has no tongue to defend himself"--laze's HIs. tory of the Dog.
THE CHURCH OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
THE CHUIRCH OF IRELAND. -o (From The Morning Chronicle.) In the recent discussion upon Irish affairs Lord John Russell propounded an opinion which demands attention. We allude to the declaration of the noble lord that the destruction of the Church in Ireland, a measure which he stated would follow from pursuing towards Irela nd a policy analagoos to that which has been acted upon towards Scotland and other countries, must intevitably endanger the estab. lishmeots in the two other portions of the empire. We conceive such an opinion to be founded in error. Nay more, we think it clashes in some degree with sentiments delivered by the noble lord on a memorable occasion, when he was forced to abandon a measure of church reform, which, we verily believe, had it been successful, would have allayed much of the angry excitement so prevalent in Ireland. We are not now entering into the discussion how far a mea. sire of so sweeping a nature as the annihilation of the Irish Church, however it m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
AGENTS. AND COUNTRY ORDERS. W E request of our Agents not to trans .mit us any orders, unless -they think them to be really good ones, and re ceived in payment from 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 soles from off the feet of our.collector, in eeking payment for these worthless orders. NOTICE. O UR SUBSCRIBERS at Parra matta are informed that MR. THOMAS HIGGINS will call upon them for the anountof their respective accounts, bte'will furnish proper vouchers, signed by the undersigned, and no others will be acknowledged. iM. D'A R CY. NOTICE TO AGBNTS AND PARTIBS MAKING RB M ITTANCBS. I N order to avoid the expense of post. Sage, anil spare time in letter writing, we intend, to adopt a -plan extensively followed by "' Brother Jonathan;" for acknowledging the receipt of subscrip tion money, viz., to p...
IRISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
1 IBH .POLI IC??S I-o (From the Tablet.) There is at the present moment, a sort of pause to the outward symptoms of Irish agitation, which betokens, we suppose, not a pause in the public resolution or enthusiasm for Repeal, but a coming change in the outward instrumentality by which that great result is to be worked out The " mon ster meetings" which were once almost daily-or, at least, two or thlree times a week, are now getting, comparatively, few and far between. The Hilt of Tara, and the half-million that assembled on it and around it, were the great glories of this phase of the agitation; and since this tremendous demonstration, the " monster meetings" have been becoming less notable and less numerous-the series of them tapering off gently and gracefully to a close, like the eloquence of a Greek peroration. Here, in England, we who live out of the bustle and excite. ment of Irish patriotism, who look rather coldly upon those exhibitions, and at bottom have a lurking feeling tha...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, FEBRUARY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
'CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, FEBRUARY, 1814. 8. 3 St. Hilarius, bishop, Sonfesor, Jan. 14,semidouble S. 4 Scptuages, 2 cl. dR coa, cmmd. 1.. 5 St. Agatha, virgin and mart., double T. 0 St. Andrew Corsini, bishop and conressor, 4th hujus, .double NV. 7 St. Homuald, abbot, double T. 8 St. John do Matha, confessor, donuble S0 St. Apollona, virgin and martyr, simple S. 10 St. Seholai?io, virgin, double . 11 Sexages, dcl. deca, semid. M 12 Deco T. 1 Deo ca W. 14 St. Valentinus, mart simple T. 15 S. austinus and Jovito, mart. simple F. ]0 Deca S. 17 De B. M. In 8ab. s. 18 Quinquoges. 2 cl. d8ca semid. M. 19 Deta . 20 De ca W. 21 Fer.4 Cincrum F. 22 Cathedra, S., Petri Antioch, double major F. 2j St. Peter Damiau, bishop and doctor, double mjor 8 24 Ibt. Matthew, apostle, double . I Quadrages, . de ca. semid. M. 21 De ca 1. 27 De occ l; 28 Jut. Temp.de ca T., 29 De ca
A WOMAN SUSPECTED OF POISONING HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
A WOMAN SUSPECTED OF POISONING BER HUSBAND. On Friday, the 12th instant, a man called at Mr. Earle's, druggist, High.street, West Maitland, and asked for some strychaine, to poison native dogs with, saying he had been sent for that purpose, by Captain Biddulph. Mr. Earle having been in the 'habit of aselling drugs occasionally for the same purpose to Captain Biddulph, suspected no wrong, and told him he had no strychnine by him just then, but be had some morphine, which would answer the purpose as well. The man inquired the method of administering it, and being told, bought and paid fora shalling's worth, which be said was the money young Mr. Biddulph had given him to pay for it. Mr. Earle msade the morphine up into three small packages, carefully writing " poison" on each of them, and cautioned the man about its use, and particularly not to leave it in the way of women or hbildrens On the Monday afternoon following, Johsi Thorn. tio, a man living on Mulberry Creak, about sisteen mi...
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
IXI?N WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. Ti7s DAT. 13 min. p 7 morning I 49 min. p. 7 evening TOMOIROW. 10 in. p.8 morning I 4 min. p. 8 evening MONDAY. - 30 mio. p0 morning 1 60 mm. p. 0 evening . TRISDAY. ?miu. p. 10mornn?n.. I. I5 min.p. 10 evening. SWNDNtSDAY. 44 in, p: 10 morning I 0 min. p. 11 sveningj 1A min p 11 morunig I 84mlin. p 11 evening FRIDAY. ~60 min pi. 11 morning'. 8 min. p. 12?evening Sun tisea tbis day 27 inin. p. 6: sets 1 min. p. 7. ' Fl Moon, 4thi 48 min. p, 6 evening..
Maitland. HUNTER RIVER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
iliaftlantb. -0 L From the Maitlamnd Mercury ] HUNTERt RIVER AORIOUITUIrAL 8OOIITY. A meeting of the committee of the above society was held at the Rose Inn on Tuesday last, Mr. Pilcber in the chair. After the minutes of the preceding meeting had been reed, the sub.committee appointed to consider some plan for collecting, recording, and diffusing useful information on agricultural subjects, brought up their report. Considerable discussion took place upon various points in the report. Alterations relative to the time at which the conversations on agricultural sub. jects should take place, and the number of members the Record Committee should consist of, were suggested and adopted, and the Report' was then unanimously adopted. The following is the Re. port r - "The sub.committee appointed ' to consider some plan for collecting, recording, and diffusing useful information on agricultural subjects, have prepared the following outline of a plan, which they beg to submit for the considera...
FATHER MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
FATHER IATHEW. Among the first of those' breakfasts to Father Mathew shortly after his arrival in London, was that of the 10th of August, given by Mrs. Howard of Corby, at her house in.Brook street. The reverend gentleman was there met by Lord and Lady Howard of Eflingham, Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Jernieg. ham, tlon. Mrs. George Campbell, Lady in Waiting to the Queen, Hlon. Captain Edward Howard. R.N., and Mrs. Howard, Mr. William Lowther, Mr. Monkton Milnes, M.P., Hon. lrs..Murray ,Hoo. Misses Otway Cave, Mr. and Miss Knight, Mr. Stanley of Ponsonby, Hon. Francis Petre, &c. The reverend gentleman has since been entertained at a morning repast by Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Jerningham, Mr. Samuel Rogers, the poet, the Marquis and Mar. ehioness of Clenricarde, the Hon. Colonel and Mrs. Dawson Darner, and on the 22nd, tiltimo lre. Howard and her son Mr. P. H. Howard, M,P. again received the rev. gentleman, when a large party of the nobility and gentry wore assembled. ?. At Chelsea...
Original Correspondence. TO THE CATHOLIC LADIES OF THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
TO THE CATHOLIC LA DIS OF T'IS COLONY.. ?In. EmTron,-lt was suggested sometime since, by one of our respected clergymen, and the sug. gestiun met the views of one of our Lay Catholics. To form a Society of Ladies, for the purpose of tleformirg the unfortunate of our religion, and all others, if possible, who may be in keeping and de gradation.oonsequtent upon the wretched Ifle they are leading, without a friendly hand to draw them from the vortex of infanly they wallow in. The following is an outline of the regulationsa that should guide the Society :- Tha.t the~;ffairs of this Society should be can dueled by a Patroness, two Vice.Patmonesses. and Committee, to consist. of twenty.four Members, Treasurer, and Secretary. That funds be collected by weekly' subscriptions-that when the funds amount tobu certain sum, a suitable house be taken that it be the dity of the Committee to invite and admonish the forlorn and. deltitute to seek refuge that the Committee call on the public generall...
JUDGE HALIBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
. JUDGE HALIBURTON. . -o- Since this, gentleman; has been in England, at. tached to. the American legation, hle has lost no time inr noting what he has seen and heard in the mother country,-which new " Notions" he has throrvn toge ther in a work 'entitled " Un 'Attachdi 'orSane Slick in' England;:?' i Here ia's specimen-a charac teriatic sketch ofta genteel dinner party, to'which he is invited in his capacity' of" Att?clih;" * Well,' there is diener. One sarvice of plate is like another' sarvice 'of plate, any one dozen of sarvants, hock is hock, and Champagne is Cham pagne, ind' one dinner is like another dinner. The only differencelis in the thing itself that's cooked. Veal, to be good, must look like anything else but veal;. you mustn't know it when you see it, or it's vulgar;' mutton must be ins iaceg, too; beef must have a mask ;on;' ~ythin' that looks solid take a spoon to ; any' thin' that looks light, cut it with a knife . ifr'a thing looks like fish; you may taaks your oath...