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ONE UNJUST BURDEN ON LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

*ONE UNJUST BURDEN ON LAND. ....... _ (From the Spectator.) - - The Committee of the Lords appointed to inquire iptod thl burdens which bear peculiarly on land, Ii ave, we belieoe, established the existence of one such burden: It is certainly a very:unjust burden, but one, luckily, which the lawmakers will be able,to remove without any very serious opposition. Certain non-professional witnesses examined by 'ie committee declared that they understood the deeds by which. laid is transferred.in France and Belgium nearly as well as the lawyers themselves; that they could buy and sell any quantity of land in tDose kingdorpa, in the course of a few days : that they could talk about it in intelligible language; that in consequence, land, which is only worth from "twenty-seven to thirty years' purchase, sells in France at from forty'to forty-fiveo, and In Belglum from forty,.five to fifty ;. and that titles are so secure and conveyancing is so cheap, that monppymay be borrowed on I~nd at, t...

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

CA'ATPE?.T. S'I'REPC r?.'RKT.. HAr-49 loads of lay sold at 41. 10s. to 6l. per ton. STRAW-31. 10s. to 41. a.ton. FODDER-Gd. to 7d. per dozen. BEsDDINo-4s. to 6s. per load. "WtAer-18 loads weie.sold at the market, at 4s to 5s. per bushel. MA.zz--2s. 9d. to 3s. per bushel.

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

- S ydney tVlar1ktt s r oa0RsaOTirp.UP TO. LAST-.RlERnNINO..] .. .....LWU, Wa1KAT&, :.. £ s. d. £. r. d.' Elour(flne), (lOlth ... .. .... 0 0 0to 0 14 0 Ditto(seconds), ditto .... .... 0 L 0 .. O 12 '0' Ditto (ration), ditto .... ... O 0 0 .. 0 10 0 Blead, Ji3lblotlf ".i ....... 0 0'0 . 0 0 0 iadgul (flneJe, owLt. .... .... 0 0 .. 0 18 0. Ditto (seoold), ditto .... .. 0 0 0 .. 0 16 0 Hay, V ton . ... '.... 4 I0 0. .. 0 0 0 Ditto(retail), 1jolvt. .... .... 0 '6 0 .. 0 7 0 Wheat Straw. tp cat. .... .... 0 " 0 -.. 0' 4 0 Fodder,perdoenl ... ......... O 0:0 .. O 0 7. Bedding,ppr.load .... . .... 0 4 0 ,.. 0 0.0 Wheat, Colonlat;',PI bu1hal .... 0 4 0 '.. 0 '0 . ' arl'r' diito .. .: *... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 Ditt,Cape,ditto 0:.. . .... 00 0 .. 0 0 0 lats, V bushel (wholesale) . ....0 4 .0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, ditto(retail)... .,, ;.... 0 .0 ,,. 0 0 0 Msize; ditto (wholesale) .... ..... 0 . 0 .. 0 3 0 Ditto,ditto(retail).... .;.. .... 0 3 8 ,. 0 0 0 Brua, (p bushel .... .. .... 0 1 3 .. 0 0 0 I...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

CITY COUNCIL. A meeting of the City Council will be holden at the Town Hall on Monday next, at three aclock in thie afternoonn. ORDERS OF TIE DAY. 1. To receive reports from Committees.. 2. To receive memorials and .petitions. 3. To read correspondence. 4. 'Motions. 5. To consider the business standing over. 1. The Reportof the Bourke *,Vard Assessment . Comiittee, with schedule df buildings not pre viously assessed in rth-at: Wia -recei ed"ify the Council on the 5th ult imno. 2. The Report of the Gipps Ward Assessment Committee, with the appended schedule of build ings not previously assessed in. that Ward received by the Council on the 5th ultimo. 3. The Report of the Special Committee appointed to inquire into the alleged removal of 200 tons of ironstone from the cut in Argyle-street .received by the Council on the 5th ultimo. 4. The Report of thes Phillip Ward Assessment Committee, with the appendix containing a sche dule of buildings not previously assessed in that SWVard-recei...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

JERattlatuD, -o (From the Maitlanld Mercury.) iTHE Caors.-- It is with considerable regret that we learn that smut, to a considerable extent, has asown itself amongst the later sown wheat. In the tieighbourhood of Hexham and Morpeth whole fields are now suffering from this scourge of the Australian farmer. Some very large paddocks of wheat around Singleton are also being mown down for hay, In consequence of the smut heing so extensive as to make it not worth while to reap it. TiHE BLAKS.-The sable gentry are again be coming exceedingly troublesome in various parts of the country. We were favoured.with the sight of a letter from the Macintyre River, which states that the blacks in that neighbourhood were congregating and causing considerable alarm amongst the out stations, some of which they .had actually attacked, as well as speared cattle and .carried off sheep. A gentleman recently arrived from the Manning also informs ts that the blacks there have been spearing the cattle on all ...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

raltl ,Dieustn's iLattbi, -0 SHIr BUILnzIN.-In addition to the fine vessel just finished by Mr. Watson," we observe a large barque building by Mr. Gray for Messrs. Degraves and Nathan. Her tonnage is reckoned at between 500 and 60OD tons. We think she will be, when finished, the largest vessel built in the Colony. Mr: Williamsom has also-a schooner on the stocks, and far advanced towairds completion. Besides the one to be launched to-day, -Mr. Watson has ainother schoonrer that will soon be ready for, launching. It must be gratifying-to all who are interested in the colony to see ship building thus progressing. with us. It is much better to have vessels• built here than to go to England and buy half worn out ves Sels, which is too often done, and in some instances vessels that are alni6st?unseaworthy. 'It keeps money in the colony, and gives employment to a number of hands who would othlrwise be unem ployed.-II. T. Advertiser. . BONE DvsT.-W-Y have often 'insisted upon the value of ...

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EVENTS OF A WEEK.—THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

EVENTS OF A WVEEK.K-TFIE MINiSTRY. - (From the Economist, July 4.) A week such as ghat which has just concluded, whichi, embrace('within its short circle so many mportant events,.is of. rare occurrence in the his tory of a country. In it we have seen the final and .complete triumph of:.the greatest and boldest measure of commercial reform ever introduced by any statesman 'iiinto any coluntry. We have seen a. government, which, for four years, had carried with it evidencis 'of united etrergth greater than any other of modern times, dissolved at the monien~t whein its pipuiarity In the couintry was at 'the. greatest height, and, succeeded by another, which the accident of last December alone had saved frdris the-odium which must at least for a time haveat-' tached to any party; who; by.the aid of thd popular voice,i:kpealed'the corn laws. We have witnessed the most powerful iridependent associations of men that ever existed in the midst of any government, vo'luntarily istbanil thsiets...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

IRELAND. Tiu following interesting, letter: has., been recently addressed .to the Repeal Association by Mr. O'Con nell:- . If 1 am asked what benefit 'the Repeal of the Union would p.roduce to Ireland, mpy answer is promptand ready--? . First-It would totally abolish and eradicate the present monstrous evil of an inadequate representa tion for Ireland. On the data assumed by Lord Castlereilgh; Ireland oiught to lave51b members of Parliament. By a just correction of Lord Castle reagh's documents, Ireland ought to' have 170 members. At the time of the Refo6m Bill, the Irish people offered to be content, and -as long as the Union lasted would be content, Wlilh 150 'emnbers. The Repeal of the Union would annihilate this evil Secondly-The Repeal of the Unioni would give to the people of Ireland a substantial elective fran chise; at present atl Is a incre mackery. For ex ample-the County Cork, which I represent, 'has nearly 800,000 inliabitants. It has something less than 1,liQ0 electors....

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1846. THE NEW MINISTRY AND THE COLONIAL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

TILE S SYDNEY CHRONICLE. ~SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1848. THI~ NEW MINISTRY AND THE COLONIAL DEPARTMENT. " The administration of our Colonies demands the most:earnest.ana deliberate attention."--LoaD JOHN iIUsSELL. Ti,.islanst intelligence from Europe con firms the account previously received, and furnishes the details of a most interesting eveiit--the 'resignation of Sir Robert Peel and:the ,formation: of a new Cabinet, and the. appointment 'of a nstew set of officials by Lord John Russell. The first act of this royal national drama * qxhibits an instance of self-control and of public virtue of -rare occurrence amongst statesmen.: Well -practised in the world, as every one knows Sir Robert Peel to be thoroughly acquainted as he is itith the -'tate of parties-ably divining, the secret •motives of the most influential individuals --possessing a skilful- knowledge of the mode of dealing with each according to the dictates of honour, or "the system of cor ruption-despairing of their-integ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

is pubished wice a ek, on ,edaj aid iady i3 exleiely circulated throughout NewSn Wal a AWsraii Z 1. raland andd IndSit; and in B uatdrlotla d Z a IrelanI.- iTh nuarters nd on tAe 31st )arcA' d s riie o . Sleibdedrtise en it amdst be; aet which peeriodo ?s k ? .? clin ci ecin- receeiving it, after paying the amount dua e,-Adver.iser sishoudd tn ar'I .o each adverii?k+det the number of insertions reauiied; otherwiise< tee. area.coitt nued till countermanded. Orders: to Sdi scontinue or a.. advrtiserents mu.st be sent in before sis o'clock on Me evnings of Tudsday and Frida.y; but new adverlisemenm s are received tillu six 0'clock'kon the . enlng before. pblication.-All instruictions must be given in writing, and all letters post ?id ., - NOTICE. r HEii stiSiCRIEI ERS t this Pier, T. and thePublic in general, are respect fui?y informed, that the following rules wall in foture be strictly adhered to; IN SYDNEY--The Subscription is Ten Shillings per quarter, or Two ?Punts per ...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. MELVILLE AND ANOTHER V. LAMB AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

u~uprev Oe turt. -o TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Juidges. MELVILLE AND ANOTHDR V. LAND AND ANOTHER. This was an action of replevin tried before His Honor the Chief Justice, in which a verdict had been found for the defendants, and a new trial was now moved for, on the ground that .the verdict was against evidence, and that 'the jury had been mis directed by the learned judge. Messrs..Windeyer and Broadhurst appeared in support of the motion, and Messrs. Foster and Darvall opposed it. After the case had been argued, tihe Court sus tained the verdict. IDOE DEM. M'QUADE V. MUNNANE. This was.an action of ejectment tried before Mr. Justice Dickinson on tihe 23rd February last, when a verdict was returned for tile plaintiff. A new trial was now moved for-on the ground of an alleged misdirection by the learned Judge as to.possession being good evidence of title. Mr. Darvall appeared in support of the motion, and Mr. Broadhurst in support of the ver...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

DEPARTURES. November 10- Bombay, ship, Captain Moore, for Melbourne. Passengers--Mr. A. McLeod, Mr. J. Wilson, Miss Macfarlane, and Miss Skitton. 10-Tamar, steamer, Captain Allen, for-More- ton Bay. Passengers-Mr. Le Breton, Mr. Little, and five in the steerage. 10-Juno, barque, Captain Hayes, for the whale fishery. 11-Thomas Lord, schooner, Captain Osborn,   for Melbourne. Passengers-Mrs. Sawkins, Mr. N. Kenman, Mr. P. Donovan, Mrs. Donovan, and two daughters.   11- Louisa, brig, Captain Millton, for Hobart Town. Passengers-Mrs. Stewart, and two sons, Mrs. Brown, Miss Beal, Mrs. Galloway and son, Mrs. Pullen, Mrs. Brown and daughter, Messers. Spurling, Brown, E. Brown, a lieutenant and 16 rank- and file of the 11th regiment, and 35 male convicts.           11-Christina, brig, Captain Saunders, for Port   Phillip. Passengers-Mrs. McCrae, son, daughter, and servant. 12.-John Pirie,...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

Uritisb ' xtracts. -o T'rn PAssINo OF Trnit CORN BILL.-The news of the passing this important measure arrived in Leeds yesterday mornilig at about 10 o'clock, by the electric telegraph, Though there was no public demonstration on the receipt of the glad tidings, we believe we may with safety say that individual re joicing and congratulation have seldom to a greater extent been manifested. By nearly all parties the measure is hailed as a boon. It was the topic of conversation for the day. By the Free Traders it was received with.a strong degree of gratitude, like an old friend after a very narrow escape. Rumours are afloat of general illuminations on an early day in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birminghom, Sleflield, Rochdale, &c., on a scale of great mag nificence; and we believe, froth the spirit already manifested, that Ieeds and other towns in the West Riding will lie prepare I to show their appreciation of this important commercial measure, either in the same or some o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

SUBSCRIPTION LIST FOR THE IRISH RELIEF FUND. ' ." £ ..- d , Per Mr. W. Solomon, the proceeds of an Amateur Performance ...... 4 10 0 Additional subscriptions collected in the Windsor District. Mr. Thomas Cadell ... ..... 1 0 0" John Tebbutt ..... 1 0 0 Thomas Parnell .... 1 0 0   John McDonald . ......1 0 0   David Lawson ...... 0 5 0   Brian Connor .... 0 5 0 Michael Moran ... 0 10 0 John Cunningham ......0 5 0   Thomas Mullens. . .... 0 2 6   James Mullens ...... 0 2 6 Patrick Cumminings ... 0 2 6 John Kelly ...... 0 5 0 John Martin .... 0 5 0   Mrs,.Carroll (2nd subscription) ...... 0 1 6 "£6 4" 0 Collected by the Rev. Mr..McGrath at Kurrijong. Rev. Mr. McGrath ....... 3 0 0 Mr. James Duffey.. 0 2 6 Mrs. Duffey.... 0 2 6   Mr. Peter Gilligan ...... 0 3 0 Patrick Joyce ...... 0 1 0 Jeremiah Costello ... 0 5 0 James Singleton ....... 0 5 0 Mrs. Kingswood ..... 0 2 6 Mrs. W. Townsend ..... 0 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 November 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONLOT , GouLDUaN-Ma. CARNEY. BaaaIMAia-Ma. B. I'MAIoaN. PATLSoNN-Ma. J. O'SULzIVAa.w PA1URAMATTA -Ma. P. CARDIFF. Poar PuIL4P -Ma. J. BULLaN., WoLLoNooNO--4. TiOIAA FOWL".M BAIUaRsT-AiR. T. JoNaS. QEiBANIIBYAN-MR. 3. 3. WaiogT, MAITLARD-ME. T. MAHI9NY. CAMI'IELLTOWN, &c.--aIR. M'ALTl5. , · WINDSOR-MaI. JAMES CasSIDY.. PENRITIL-MR. JADES M' CARTI Y. JEaaa'S PLAINS-Ma. J, J. llAs ua.. BuNaoNIA-MR. EDWARn Hunn!Al., ADnLAInt-MA(. JOHN NOWLAND. YASS-Man. C. RouanK;. GEnLONO-MIR. JOHN MlURHY,,. CLARENCM TOWN AND, PUNUo04- Mqw P11 TzEaNnY. Puldished in the Unzited KingdomabY. MR. JONES, 03, PATERNOSTER!-ioW, LONDON. Mn. W. 3. BArrnwsIo, Y 10, Easx- nflIDO ,PAM' LIAMENr-STaRET, DUBLIN. Printed for tho Propriect r Jiy. DliD WARP .JO4IN; H4VIt LILY, of. I edfirq, injoll Cowity ou Cue jfI4WJ. S4VuIRP1 Iblled by hin 0t lito CJhroelcI. ,ific, No. !S9%Y!!rAI Rest, Sydiwy, Now South W~ies,-Wedmilaji, NmeSloM1 18, I1841.

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THE BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 November 1846

THE BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. We perceive from the South Australian of the 27th October, that the John lBayes, which vessel it will .be remembered con veyed from South Australia to England that esteemed and venerated prelate, the Right Rev. Dr. Murphy, arrived at London in the latter end of June last. We may, therefore, hope shortly to hear from the Right Rev. Bishop.

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BLOOD AND GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 November 1846

BLOOD AND GLORY. These are a few of the reminiscences of war entirely shorn of poetry. They are bloody witnesses to the truth, and let them testify. In the periodical butcheries in the human family, the following heca tomb has been offered to that god of battles which both Christians and Pagans have worshipped with the same devotion: MILLLoNs. Loss of life in tie Jewish wars ......... 25 By wars in the time of Sesostris ........ 15 By those of Semiramis, Cyrus, and Alex ander .......................... 30 By Alexander's successors ........... 20 Grecian wars ...... .... ..........15 Wars of the twelve Cmsars .......... 30 Roman wars before Julius Cmsar ....... 60 Wars of the Roman Empire, Turks, and Saracens .. ............ ........ 180 Wars of the Reformation .. ....... SO Wars of the middle ages, and nine centuries 80 Tartar and African wars ... ......... 180 American Indians destroyed by Spaniards 12 Wars of Napoleon..................... 6 613 The above is a mere extract from the...

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THE TRANSPORTATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 November 1846

THE TRANSPORTATION SCHEME. The Maitland Merceiry of Saturday last, speak ing of the intelligence recentlyrceceived from Eng land, says :-" We hope, however, that for tle welfare of the colonists of New South WVales, that the Rus sell Ministry will maintain its ground for the next twelve months. Earl Grey, however impracticable and crotchetty lie may be on some questions, is evidently well acquainted with colonial affairs, and seems sincerely desirous of studying the welfare of the colonists. He is for dealing out equal-handed justcoe to them all: he is not for pampering the Canadians at the expense of the Australians. And, what is of paramount importance in the present position of the aflhirs of this colony, he. is a con sistent and resolute opponent of transportation in any shape, as the following extract from his speech in the House of Lords on the 3rd of March last, when the petition from Van Diemen's Land was under discussion, will sufficiently testify :- " ' Earl Grey said.that...

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South Australia. THE ROYALTY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 November 1846

LOutbi Mttotralia. -o THE ROYALTY BILL. This measure, which has so long agitated the minds of our South Australia neighbours, appears to have been amicably settled at last. In the Legis lative Council, on the 9th October, a long debate took place upon it, on the motion of the Advocate General that the Council go into committee on the' Bill, on which an amendment was proposed by Mr. Morphett to the ellbct, that it was inexpedient to proceed further with the measure until the Governor had received .information from the Secretary of State as to the Bill before Parliament declaratory of her Majestyts right to make a.reserve of Royalties on the'minerals raised from the waste lands sold by the crown. This amendment was lost, and the original motion-carried ; upon which Ilis Excellency said, that hiving thus vindicated the dignity of the Crown. and asserted its right to the attendance of the members, lie had no hlsitation in saying that, in deference to;the wishes of the non-official membe...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Chronicle. Brougham Place, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 November 1846

7o the Editor of the Chronicle. Brougham Place,'Tuesday. SSa,-t beg, for the sake of humanity, to draw your attention to a nuisance in Brougham Place, commonly termed a boiling-down establishment; but the proper name of thistought to be the charnel 'house of Bourke Ward. There is a butcher, who 'has very little demand, obviously from the filthy state of his premises,'and who keeps the meat until in a-state of putrescence, and then, to the annoy ance of all, boils it down. LastSunday. though so sultry, we were obliged to have our doors and win Sdows shut ; and to-day the pot is full, and the smell 'is sufficient to cause disteml.er, as the yard is not 'twenty-five feet from the street. Only think, Mr. -Editor, where there are 500 souls, if disease made its appearance, only the Almighty knows where it 'would stop; and -the'poor people cannot lose time, o'r;from'heavy families, bear the expense of attend ing the police office; and it is that you, through t'he columns of your impartial ...

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