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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
DEPAITUI. . . FoI.1.-For London, the barque JeanM'I'aggart, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mrs. Welch, three children, and servant, Dr. dyme, IL.N., Mr. ,adfarlane, liev. J. A. T.'ip6, (itonan Catholic Clergyman);ljMessrs. Robinson," Witting, and HIx. Iey.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
?petpptng 1Elttellljeltce, -0 ARIRIVALS. JAi. 31.-From Auckland via the Bay of Islands, having left the former on the 17th and the latter on the 20th ultimo, the barque Isabella-Anna, 320 tone, Beard, in ballast. Passengers-.Mr. and MIrs; Abbott, Messrs. Wright, Hamilton, Wilson; :'nd Adams; 31.-From Norfolk Island, having left thie 22nd ultimo, 'the brig Governor Phillip,; '88 tons, Boyle, witu 82 prisoners of the crown. Passengers-Mrs. •Pery, child, and two servants,, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Chapman, a sergeant, and 18 rank and file of he 80th and 95th regiments. Fan. 1.-From Launcoston. having left the 26th; `ultimo, the brig Dawsons, 227 tons, Carder, with grain,&c. Passengers-Mir. Statford, Mr. Bickerton, and. Aliss Murphy.
THE JEWS OF ANCONA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
THE JEWS OF ANCONA. . o Mr. O'Connell has addressed the following letter to Mr. James Haughton, in answer to a communica tion addressed to the honourable and learned gentle man by Mr. Haughton s " Merrion-square, 25th Aug., 1843. "?My dear Friend-I am sure I do not know whether the edict, purporting to emanite from what is called- the Inquisition at Ancona, be a genuine document or a fabrication-yet,fromsomeexpressions in it, I have a strong conviction that it is at least, in part, fabricated. -But you may be sure oftwo things -first, that I detest its cruelty towards the Jews as much as you do; and that I, as a Catholic, am as fres to condemn it as you are. If it be genuine, it must have the sanction of the law.makers at Ancona, whoever they be; and its whole force of authority arises-from those law.makers, and is binding-that is, so far as an unjust law can be said to be binding -upon those persons only who are subject to those law.makers. By the word' binding,' I mean 'binding by...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
THE" LAWYER OUTWITTED.--A good story is told ofa Yankee and a certain limb of the law, of whom he sought advice in some dificulty. The Yankee laid down his five dollars on the table and proposed his question. The lawyer, taking down the Revised Statutes, let drop a remark upon the cheapness of the book, saying, " I gave but two dollars and forty cents for this large, book I" " And does it contain the law applicablo to my case?" inquired the Yankee. " Certainly," said the unsuspecting lawyer; ;' I'll find it presently." "On the whole," said the Yankee, cooly pocketing the bank note he had laid out, " on the whole sir, I guess you needn't take the trouble, It will be cheaper for me to buy the book, and I can hunt it up myself," CocKNEYIS~I.-Witness : ' This here fel ler broke our winder with a tater, and hit our Isa. beller on the elber, as she was plaing on the pi. aner.'-Magistrate s ' The conduct of the prisna,' and his general characta,' render it propa,' that he should no longa,'...
MONOMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
MONOMANIA. - WE have repeatedly been urged to com ment upon the contrast between the manner of conducting the trial' of Knatl?hbull, and those of low-born villainsin thelike position ; but nothing 'could impel' us, while the matter was sub Judice, to do that which could in any way, convey even an insinua tion that justice would not be done, to the public, as well as to the wretched criminal himself. But " thereby hangs a tale," notwith standing : the' very' extraordinary and colonially novel mode of defence, set up by Mr.. Lowe, would open a door to so many exceptions as to insanity, (insaniunt omnes, some writer says), and so many loop-holes for" evasion, that were it successful in Knatchbull's case, a' conviction would be nearly impossible (except of an undefended plebeian), in any case, even of the greatest enormities. Underneath is. an article from the Weekly Messenger, .bearing .on the question, . . : . .. ., LEGAL. BETTLEMENT-,O .P.TICB MONOMANIA '*" The opinions of the Judges...
Supreme Criminal Court. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before Sir James Dowling, C.J., Burton, J., and Stephen, J., in Banco.) THE QUEEN V. JOHN KNATCHBULL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
tptprrts Ecfi? tal Court. -0 TnrunsonA, FBaRUART 1. (Before Sir James Dowllng, OJ., Burton, J., and Stephen, d., In Banco.), : TUn QuaxN V. .oury rATC?UtULL. At the sitting of the Court the, Chief Justice halnog observed, that on a former day Mr. Lowe had spoken to the case of this prisoner, the Court was prepared to express its opinion on the applicae tion which had been brought under its notice, and accordingly delivered thq, followang.judgmnent On the 24th of last month " the prisoner, John Knatchbull, was convicted of wilful murder, at the gaol delivery of.the.Supreme Court, before his Honor Mr. Justice Burton. The learned Judge, in pursuance of the statute 6 and 7 Will. 1V., c. 30., s. 2., immediately pronounced sentence of death upon the Frisoner, in the same manner as after con* victions for other capital offences. After the close of the sessions of gaol delivery, namely, on the 29th January, a petition was presented to the Judge, on behalf of the prisoner, praying that couns...
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
OLIEAIUD OUT, For Tahiti, the schooner Sarah Ann, Durinett, with sundries. Passongers-Mrs. Dunneti, Rev, Mr. Henry, Mrs. and Mlss Henry, and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. W.,Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. Cain, and Mr. Orsaonud. For New Zealand, the brig Calypso, Harrold, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. J. Murray and Mr. Dumbleton. For London, the brig Satu, Mallard,' with colonial produce. . Passengers..-Mrs. MaUlald, two children, and servaut, Mr. U. I1. Mallard, and Mr. L. Spudding.
Parramatta Police Office. ROBBERY BY FOUR DESERTERS FROM H. M. 99TH REGIMENT. MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
Parramatta Police Office. &nbsp; -0 ROBBERY BY FOUR DESERTERS FROM H. M. 99th REGIMENT. MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1844. Patrick Kelly, John Kelly, James Durkin, and James Kennedy, all privates in her Majesty's 99th regiment, were placed at the bar, charged with robbery. William Fullagar, licensed publican on the Western Road, examined About three o'clock on last' Tuesday morning I heard a loud knocking at the door, and some little time elapsed before I could awake my brother to get up and open it, during which I heard some person outside say, " if the door is not soon opened I will very soon break it open." My brother opened the door, and three soldiers, dressed in uniform, came in ; they called for half a pint of brandy; each of them drank a glass, and one went out and another came in and drank the fourth glass; they then called for a loaf of bread and a pint of brandy to take on the road with them, which was given them. One of the soldiers wanted to take three bottles of rum and...
Foreign Extracts. BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
,dFOWIrtgl Extracts, -o DBLOIUM. The inhabitants of Ostend seem to be something better than negative observers of religion. Conform. ably with the practice of all strangers arriving in a continental town, I visited the church of Ostend immediately on my arrival. It was the hour of mass (ten o'clock in the forenoon), and although a weak. day, I found it filled, not solely by women, as is the cse but too often and too generally in France, but by a very respectable and numerous congregation of both sexes, who appeared totally absorbed by their religious duties. I had the precaution to engage a guide, who told me that such is the case all the year round, and that, with' the exception of a Polish Prince and his family, and of Lord Fingall, Sir Edward Bedingfleld, and their families, and one or two other English or Irish casual residents, the per sons present were citizens of Ostend. There was less of studied pomp in the service than in France, and as much devotion as I had ever witnessed...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1844. " Be Just and tfear not: - Let all the ends thou atnat at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth',." Bhaakspare. IMMIGRATION. A correspondence has bcoin published by His Excellency's command, containing a despatch from Lord Stanley to himself, and also his Lordship's communication with the Lords of the Treasury, which for want of space,l we must postpone until Wednesday next. It appears from that correspondence, that 5,000. immigrants are being. sent to the colony, for the payment of the cost of whom, the colonial government is authorised to issue debentures on failure of the land fund; and in fact. it has advertised for tenders for debentures to the. amount of' £40,000, with an intimation, that an equal sum may be wanted before the end of the year, One thing is apparent on the face of tie correspondence, that my Lord Stanley rests in an ignorance the most piltoyable, as to the state .of the colony, especially ais, regards the working o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
FOR THE MAURITIUS, GALLING AT KING GaEORG'oS BOUND, IP SUPPICIENT INDUOBMaNT OFFBRI, THE FINE BRIG CITY OF SYDNEY, AI, 130 tons burthen, under engage. ment to sail on the 12th instants for light freight or passage (having supe rior accommodations, cabin and steerage), apply to J, B. METCALFE. Should a sufficient quantity of freight or passen. gers offer, this vessel will proceed to.the Cape of Good Hope, from the Isle of France. 379 -'1AKE NOTICE, that'I have this .( day appointed Mr. HBNRY n THoMPsoN, of" Goulburn, my attorney or agent, for the management of my affairs, of which all parties concerned are desired to take notice. Witnesses. CATHERINE KEEFE, Alfred Kitts, Micalego Plain.. Robert Alcroft,1 Widow. and Executrix; of Thomas Booth. Richard Keefe, deceased. 380 :e " ' c PUBLIC NOTICE. In the Insolvent Estate of atnies. Nootblan,, f Durren Durren, County St. Vincent. ' T H [-IE publio are hereby cautioned against purchasing any horned cattle, branded TN on the rump, or horse...
RURAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
RURAL AFFAIRS. WE are happy to report to our readers; that according to the opinion of' the most intel ligent men, the Colony has passed the Nadir of her depression. The monetary tide seems to have reached low-water mark, and is now in that state of momentary lull, the prelude as we hope of a returning flood of prosperity. We have had a severe, but we trust a salutary lesson : a lesson which will have taught the Colonists the true road to individual prosperity, public wealth, and na tional improvement. We have lemrned, that in the attempt to jump up to sudden fortune, we may get a lamentable fall; and that it is by beginning' at the bottom, and climbing the ladder, step by step, slowly and securely, that we may arrive at (what we all come here for) a sufficient and per manent fortune. This fine colony possesses abundant sources of wealth, and fields of employment for ten times its present inhabitants ; and offers to the immigrant with capital, the most tempting objects of investment...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
'The Morning Chronicle is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout Nea S outl Wales, a , tt/ dustralia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st )ecenmber; at which persods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Adv ,tlgen writ o'toi)?. "koon each adbertisoment the number of insertions required; otherwise the are conin l cotermaded Orders ltol Sdiscontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before sx o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Tlhursday, and Saturday; but nerw advertisements ~4ia swys-+. sl.v:o'clock on the evening before ptublication.--All instructions must be given in writing, anal all letters postpaid.' PUBLIC NOTICE.: WVILLIAlt, JONES, LETTER, PiRE-3S A&iD @@PP©ER-PL&TE PSuIISTEIR, &o., &o., :COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, "DESPECTFULLY takes leave to a....
THE "AUSTRALIAN." DR. KALLEY (Encore.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 February 1844
THE "AUSTRALIAN." DR. KALLEY (Encore.) -How' long O Catiline will you abuse our patience? How long will the Australian continue to insult the Catholic body,.and outrage public decorum, by the 'repetition of his vituperative attacks? We must begin to speak more plainly than we would have wished, in returning to the Australian the indignant rebuke he merits. He'repeats from Kalley such language as this :-" While within the grasp of the woman drunken with the blood of the saints." 1 " That those who have witnessed the abomi- I nationwof the great harlot, may know that she is the great Harlot still." These words the Australian makes his own, by his appro bation, and his insolent epithets, Romish superstition, &ec. How dares any mis creant like Kalley to use. such language ? Howe dares the Australian to echo it with such additions? We must and do protest against such calumnious, unwarrantable, and insolent language: and we appeal to the judgment of the public against it. No jour ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
AGHNTS FOtR .TUH.OHIOSII OLi · " roulee. Mr. B. M'Cauloy. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. : ; ,,,? "Port'Phllip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Edwarid Corrigon?i'; Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones ; 'I: ``' y-.' Goulburn, Ml:. Henry Thompson , .,,: Hobart 'own, Mr. John Rlegan Maitland, Mr. Dee Campbelltown, &o.,:Mr. M'Alister' Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy . ', Penrith, Mr. James M'Carthy ,. Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpur Buogonia, Mr. Edward'Hughes" Wolflaobi, Mr. Michael Byrde '"' Sydney: Printed and Publlshed by JGiUABL. D'AlOY,of 5UrlJgua.treet,'at the Chroultle Oioe, Drldge street,
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
S, PdaouLAitton( . By His Excellency 81r Gaorge Gipps, Knight, '-aptain' General'and Governorin.-Chief.of the Territory of New South'' Wales and its Depen. dencies, and Vice Admiral of the same,' &o, &o Whereas.the Legislative Council of this colony now stands prorogued to the 6th day of February next, and it is expedient further to prorogue the same;-'Now, therefore, I, Sir George Gipps, Governor of the colony of New Sooth Wales, do hereby order and proclaim that the said Legislative 'Council shall be, and hereby is, feather, prorogued 'o Tuesday, the nineteenth day of march next, 'iven'under my Hand and Seal, at Goveroment House.. this 27th day of 'January' in the'year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty four, and in the seventh year .of ,her Majesty a reign'. S(?(i. a ) G xoo Gips.; 000D AVa Trak ctstIgN
The following statement of the Territorial, or Crown Revenue, and of the charges upon it, is published for general information :— [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
'The following statement of the Territorial, or Crown Revenue, and of the charges upon at, is published for general information -... Amount of the :Receipts, on account of the Terri torial Revenue, during the years 1841; 1842, and 1843. 1811. 1819. 1843. £ s..d. £ s. d. '£ s. ,. Qult-rents........10,028 13 10 20,704 4 7 15,003 18 3 Itedemption ordo............ O,544 15 O 978 0 8 Leases or Locuses to ocoupy lands within thbboun. daries of loea. tion ......1.. p1,31 13 1 2,922 O 10 1,042 18 i Lioenses to dops. tore Cattle be. yond the boon. daries of looa. i ..........18,00 0 0 15,831 4 1,130 0"" Licenses to cut . timber oncrown lands ........ 1,179 0 0 1,84 :00 1,107'0 *Total.... £98,170 11 6 40,042 11 5 35,882 3 4 *"In addition to'whioh the land fnd.of 1843 amounted to £11,116 l6s 6d. - .. . N.B.-In the year 1842, considerable arrears ol quit rents were, collected, and a sumi of, about £6,500 received on account of the redemption of quit rents; 1842 'being the last year, in which qu...
LOCATION OF EMIGRANT FAMILIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
-LOCATION OF EMIGeRANT FAMiI LIES. -: We have been favored with the perusal of-i ltter from' Mrs., ClissuoLrir, the un daunted and enterprising bush pioneer, from which it appears that she has pro vided for Siventyl additional families. She is now compelled to seek for some private aid in carrying out her most praiseworthy project,' whiih she soliBits. in .these.simple but affecting words: "1 wishb you would use your interest to try and borrow a horse and covered cart for n ; I requite the cart to sleep in at nigbt, ard carry litle childrrn by day ; I have a saddle horse for my owo use.. I have now provided' for' -eventy families' - The weather is, however, very changeable, and 1: requile a covered cart to enable me to continue my ex ertions." It would appear froni this application, that this good woman is left almost entirely to her own resources to carry on the work of providing for these. destitute emigrants. The appropriation of a small .sum to this purpose, out of the .£1000 vo...