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BORNEO. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

BIORNEO. (From the Strait's Times, August 13.) On YWedncsday last, her Majesty's war-steamer Spiteful returned to Singapore, bringing' des patches for the Admiralty, relative to the proceed ings of"tlle Fleet against tile Sultan of Borneo. On the 27th of.Juno the fleet left Sarawak and proceeded to Laboan, whtrc they arrived on the 4th of Jtily, and.from thence to Borneo river. On the Gth the Agincourt, Iris, Hazard, Royalist, )1ingdove, Spiteful, and Plteigetlhnl proceeded up the river and anchored. On the 7th the Royalist, Spiteful, and Phlegethon went further up the river, near an island on which were two guns, unmanned. On the same day' a boat came down from the town, in which was a single Malay, bearing a letter from the Sultan, add offering termswwhich were exception able. This man was armed with a kris. It being suspected that thU Malay, although alone, contem plated inflicting vengeance on the Admiral or Mr. Brookes, he was detained on board the Agincourt. On the 8th the Adm...

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ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE KING OF THE FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE .THE KING ,OF THE FRENCH. (From-the Examiner, August 1;) .'An extraordinary express from Paris reached 'town on Thursday evening, with the painful intel ligence that another attempt had been made on the life of his Majesty Louis Philippe. It occurred on Wednesday.evening, at the palace of the Tuileries, where his Majesty and the Royal family had arrived from Neuilly in the morning,-to be present at the celebriation of the fetes of the .29th of July, the anniversary of the revolution which.established'the present dynasty in France. A large crowd was on :that evening assembled in the Tuileries, enjoying the .conceit of military music which was being per 'formed in the gardens, at which time his Majesty was tranquilly walking in the balcony, showing himself to the .multitude. This was the moment eagerly seized upon by the diabolical regicide to attempt the murder of the King. The villhin mixed in the crowd, fired two shots at his Majcsty, buit providentia...

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MONEY AND COMMERCIAL NEWS. City, quarter to three. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

MONEY AND COMMERCIAL, NEWS. (From the Sun, August 3.) SCity, quarter to three. The Cotton and Share Markets at Liverpool on Saturday were still closed for the holidays. The accounts received from the country this morning represent that the storm of Saturday after noon, in almost all parts of the country within forty or fifty miles, was very severe, and that the damage to property has been great indeed, nay, unprece dented. The crops have suffered in most places very considerably, and, in some'fieldsllhe wheat has been laid as flat as thougha roller had passed over it. The Corn Market was very fully attended this -morning, and prices of wheat were firm. About five hundred quarters of new wheat were on show, and mostly were sold at the full market value. The advices from lthe manufacturing districts received to-day state that an- improvement has been imparted .to the markets for Manclhester goods by the last news from the United States, the anticipa tion being that modifications in th...

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THE WOOL SALES. LIVERPOOL, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

THE WOOL SALES. (From the Mark Lane Express, July 27.) LIVERPOOL, JULY 25. Scotch.-The wool fairs in the north having gone off flat, has had its natural effect of reducing the price of laid Highland wool here, and also for the present of curtailing the demand. White Highland is neglected, the price of Russian and other low wools being lower in price in proportion. The stock of good Cheviot and cross wools are light, and a poor selection, and, until the arrival of the new clip, we shall have little to report; but, as there has been a reduction in foreign wools that came into compe tition with them of from Id. to lid. per lb., or about 25 per cent., they will have to come down in some thing likethe same proportion. s. d. s. d. Laid Highland Wool, per 24 lbs... 8 0 to 8 3 White Highland wool .. ........11 0 11 6 Laid crossed ditto, unwashed...... 9 6 11 0 Ditto ditto, washed ............ 10 0 12 0 Ditto Cheviot ditto, unwashed.... 9 9 12 '0 Ditto ditto, washed............ 12 0 15 6 Whi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

DIED, Yesterday evening, at her residence, Woolloo- moolloo, Mrs. Leary. The death of this benevolent and charitable individual is peculiarly afflicting, as the remains of her lamented husband Mr. John Leary were consigned to the grave only on Monday last ; thus leaving a young and interesting family of five children bereft of both their parents. May they rest in peace. Mrs. Leary's funeral will take place on Monday evening next. The proces- sion will move from St. Mary's Cathedral at half- past three o'clock.

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, NOV. 17. Before the Chief Commissioner. MEETINGS HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, NOV. 17. Before the Chief Commissioner. sMEETNlS HELD. In the estate of Richard Trowler, a special meet ing was held for the purpose of deciding upon an offer of composition, when the creditors present decided upon accepting such offer. In the estate of John Howden, a single meeting was held, but no claims were pidvild.. .. NEW INSOLVENTS. Patrick Leahy, of Meadow Flat, in the county of Roxburgh, farmer. Hutchinson Bell, official as signee. Thomas Byrne,of Balmain,guager. "Dobts,531. 17s. 7d. Assets, lbrsonal property, 41. Is. ; out standing debts, 14s. 10d. ; bad and doubtful debts, £82 3s. 8d.; balance deficiency, £49 Is. 9d. Clark Irving, official assignee. William Johnson, of No. 363, George-street, Sydney, boot and shoemaker. Debts, £461 5s. Assets, personal property, £250 ; balance deficiency, £211 5s. THURSDAY, NOV. 19. In the estate of John Shalless, a second meeting Henry Shalless, 21. 5s. 2d ; John Begg, 31. 17s 2d. Michael M'Closkey, 51. ...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

ticcestaatfcal l nttelllgenc,. -0--o Owing to the want of space we are compelled to give merely a brief surimay of the ecclesiastical in telligence wve have received by the Thomas Lowry; but we shall endeavour to give a copious supply of extracts in our next. On the 6th June, sixteen canillidates for holy orders were ordained by the Riglit Rev. Dr. Wise man, at Oscott, among them were ten converts from the Anglican church; one of these latter was Mr. Newman, who was admitted to minor orders. Two clergymen, the Rev. Norbert Woolfrey and the Rev. W. O. Woolfrey, of Loughborough, Lei cestershire, were about to sail for Hobart Town, to the assistance of Bishop Willson. There had been many more conversions, and amongst them several ministers of the Anglican church. His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, Archbishop of Dublin, conferred Minor Orders on more than eighty students of Maynooth college on Wednesday, in Pentecost week; on Thursday, about seventy received sub-deacon's orders; and on...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1846. THE LATE NEWS.—ITS APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

THEI SYDNEY CHRONICLE. 1'URDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1840. .THE LATE NEWS.-ITS APPLICA TION. By the arrivals of the Hamlet 'and the Sir George Seymour, as our renders will per -ceive, we have been put in possession of a very compact body of -substantial intelli gence. The new Ministry, 'aving com pleted their organization and subsidiary arrangements, have commeniced their official career both in Parliament and in council. The general opinion throughout the United Kingdom, 'as we have been able to collect 'it, is decidedly in accordance with that which we have already expressed as our 'own: that the .line of 'policy..adopted by •this party 'of WHIGs will be shifting and tortuous, alternately advancing and retro ,grading; consequently, ill-adapted to the spirit of the times-utterly unable to sus tain'',the pressure of the age and cfrcum * tancei'--ineflicient 'for any great purpose. 4to be accomplished 'either abroad or -at bomb ; and that their holding office:will .ultimately prove to be a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

The o5dney Chronicle" is puoblished twice a week, on tWednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South nWales- Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and ,India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.-The Quarters end on the 31st March 3doth June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers 's houl mark on each advertisement: the nunber of insertions required; otherise they are continued till countermanded, Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before si. o'clock bn the evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till si?. zoclock.on the evening beforer publication.-ll instructions must be given in writing, . eand all letters postpaid r ct Th .STl~o Clrnce is rulse tric .ocoko tunek evein oejreeduliatinoAy instructions mus bed give inenial ciritingp 'andgou all letters post ?di ·. . -. *. "~cls . ? " " - *"SuR...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of the Hamlet and .the Sir George Seymour, on Wednesday last, our English intelligence extends to the begin ning of August, copious extracts of which will be found in our present number. Her Majesty and the Royal family are all in good health. The King and Queen of the Belgians were on a visit to England. The young Princess was christened on the IstAugust. Sheisnamed Helena Augusta Victoria. The ceremony wvas performed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, assistedhby .the Bishops of London and Norwich. Sir Thomas Wylde had been appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, vacant by the death-of Sir N. C. Tindal, Knight. A report had been abroad that the cholera was raging in London, but it.turned out .to :be merely an epidemic, usual in large. cities during the.summer season. In the.llouse.of Lords, on the 31stluly, the Marquis of Landsdowne stated that he regretted to find that the potato crop.in Ireland again threatened to become a failure. S...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

-o ARRIVALS. November 18.-Hlamlet, barque, 420 tons, Cap tain Wilson, from London the 20th July. Passen gers-Mrs. Wilson son and servant, Miss Hill, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Spence, Mr. Parker, Mr. Bell, Mr. Dawson, and Master Robinson. 18.-Vixen, schooner. 45 tons, Captain Brown. from Melbourne the 7th Instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Davies and son, and Mr. C. Wild. 18.--Heroine, schooner, 37 tons,.Captain Millie, from Circular Head the 31st ultimo. Passenger Mr. Kingswell. 18.--laroleguin, schooner, 03 tons, Captain Ho venden, from Portland Bay the 3rd instant. Passen ger-Mr. Markin. 18.--Velocity, schooner, 161 tons, Captain Pockley,- from Boyd Town the 12th instant. Pas sengers-Mr. James Boyd, Mr. and Master Walpole, and Mr. M'Clymount. 18.-Sir George Seymour, ship, 850 tons, Cap tain Underwuod.from ILondon, having leftthe Downs the 5th August. Passengers-Mr. George Melville, Miss Melville,Mibs S. Melville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert son, Mr. J. Robertson, Master C. Robertson, Miss Robertson...

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SPLIT AMONGST THE REPEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

SPLIT AMONGST THE REPEALERS. (From thie Examiner, August 1.) On Monday last, there was a very full meeting at Conciliation IHall, in consequence of the expected discussion between the Young and Old Ireland sec tions of the Repealers. The Lord Mayor took the chair. Mr. Ray read a letter from Mr. O'Connell; the chief purport of which was, to condemn the physical force doctrines advocated by the section whose organ is the Nation newspaper. On peace able exertions, Mr. O'Connell said, the Repeal As sociation took its stand, and a departure from that principle rendered it impossible for those i hIo stood upon the constitution of the Association to co-op erate with those who would not adhere to that con elitution, Mr. Smith O'Brien, M.P., observed, that althoughi he did not fully coincide in all the senti ments contained in the letter, he would, nevertheless, move, that it be placed on the records of the asso tiation. After alluding to a recent speech of his at Kilrush, which, it appears,...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, NOV. 17. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

-0 TUESDAY, NOV. 17. IMPOUNDINOS. Murrurundi, on the Gth day of November, from Swamp Oak Creek-brindled heifer, eighteen months oll, unbranded; brindled- cow, Lranded y ; brown cow, branded DC off rump; red steer, near ear slit. three years old, unbranded ; strawberry cow, branded gE conjoined near ribs and thigh, near ear slit. Also, on the 0th November, from Bloom field-red sided heifer, blotched brand near rump, eighteen months old ; yellow, sided, steer, branded l-JY off rump, J on oWf.thigh, tg near shoulder; red sided bullock, branded O near ribs, 40. on near rump, JB conjoined and 0 off rump; yellow poley cow, white belly, branded A off rump, W ofl'thligh; brown bullock, branded lit off rump, II oll'thigh ; strawberry steer, eighteen months old,1'nbranded. Also, by Mrs. Welsh--red and white steer, HIP off ribs, damages 3d. If the above cattle are not re leased on or before Monday, the 14th December, they will bIsold at Hall's Yard. C13s. Gunning, on the Oth day of November, f...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH AUS- TRALIA. (From the Sunday Times, June 21.) Efforts are at present making to extend the ad- vantages of steam navigation to the capital of Australia, by establishing a line of steamers be- tween Singapore and Sydney. The original idea seems to have been to select the route through the Indian Archipelago, and by way of Torres Straits, for two reasons ;-first, because in a commercial point of view, it must prove the most profitable; and, secondly, because it is the shortest and safest route that could be selected. There are those, however, who have given the matter some consideration, who are of opinion that the mails ought to pass by Western Australia, double Cape Lewin, and then up that tremendous sea which extends all the way to Bass's Straits. Another plan is to carry the mails by way of the West Indies, towards the Isthmus of Panama, and then across a harbourless ocean to New Zealand, and thence to Australia. The details of the several plans not being ...

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Select Poetry. THE ENGINE DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 21 November 1846

Select Poetry. THE ENGINE DRIVERS. BY THE REV. J . M. NEALE, B.A. Water and flame to agreement came, And a solemn league they swore,     To work such speed and to do such deed   As never was done before ;   To be friends to time, to be foes to space, To mingle their rival powers, And at giant's pace, in a giant's race,   To be slaves to us and ours. The sign is made, the word is said, And the boiler coughs and hoots, And taught to go at the first right slow, The long line onward shoots : Till with valves that rattle quick, and with steam that volumes thick, And with buffers each from other far apart. While tie slsepers quake below, and the wheels like lightning go,   Through the tunnel and the bridge we dart. Through the chalk-built hill, by the busy mill, By the stream where the waters splash, Through the Kentish hops, through the Sussex copse, O'er the breezy heath we dash : Where the small birds sing, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. , GOULnURN-MR. CARNEY. BERIMA-M. B.; M'MAHON. PATERSON-MR. J. O'SuLisVAN. PARAMATrTA -Ma. P. CARDIIr. PorT PHILLIP -Ma. J. BULLEN.. WOLLONGON--M.. THaoMAS FOWLER. BATinnUST-MR. T. JONES. QUEANDExYA--MR. J. J. WRIGHT. MAITLAND-Ma. T. MAHONT. CAmPBEL1.TOWN, &c.-M,. M'ALISutsr.. WINDSOR-MR. JAMES CASSIDY. PENRITH-r MR. JAMES M'CARTHY., JEaRR'S PLAINS-MR. J. J. HAIRP.O. BoNomNIA-MR. EDWARD HUGHES. ADbLAIDE--MI. JOHN NOWLANID. YAss--MR. C. RoumRK. GELONG--Ma. JOHN MUonrHY CLARNCEs TOWN AND No0000 .- M?. DMN, S TIERNEY. Published in the United Kingdom, bi Ma. JONES, 63, PATmRNOSnom-ROW,. Lo13ne Ma. W. J. BArTBmoEu, 10, ESSE.BDRIDOBaE1sA LIAtMENT-STRERT, DUImIN. Printed for tho Proprietor by EDWARD JOqN HAW~& LEY, of Hedrern, in the COonty of Cumberland, and pub Isheod by him at the Ohronicle Oillo, No. 133, EKn?? East, Sydey, Now South WValei.-Wednesdayl nNbI, I5, 18W0.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

IMPIONDINOS. Parramatta, on the 12th day of November, from the Street, by the Police-yellow and white heifer, no brand visible, about 12 months old; red and white poley heifer, no brand legible, about 12 months old; black bull calf, no brand legible, about 12 months old. Also, on the 13th November, from Mrs. M'Kenny's paddock-yellow bull, wide horns top of the horns sawed off, white belly and flanks, part of tail white, branded JS on tile near hip, JS on thigh, JS with JS under on ribs, near ear split. Also, on the 14th November, from Mrs. Mary Eliza beth Armstrong's paddock-black horse, star in tile forehead, snip on the nose, little white on the under lip, hind feet white. near fore feet white, white spots round the neck, long tail, 3 years old, 14} bands high, branded G with S under on the near shoulder. If not claimed and released, they will be sold by Public Auction, at ithe Parramatta pound, on tie 14th December. [13s. 3d. East Maitland, on the 12th November, by John Newman-Bl...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

4O staclttmeft QsFectte, -0- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. All persons having claims on the Colonial Trea sury, are requested to furnish their accounts through the proper channel before the end of the year, or as soon thereafter as practicable. The several collectors and officers in the receipt of public monies, will pay over to the Colonial Treasurer, on or before the 31st of December, the amounts of all collections remaining in their hands, respectively up to that date, so that the entire Revenue collected by each, may be credited in the accounts of the year within which it was received. The heads of Departments and other officers who have received advances to enable them to defray ex penses incurred under their superintendence, are requested to furnish to the -Audit Office, as far as practicable, and with all convenient despatch, the accounts of the expenditure thereof; and on or be fore the last day of December, to pay into the Colo nial Treasury the unexpended balance o...

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FREEDOM OF THE PRESS.—THE "NATION" NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

FREEDOM OF THE :PRESS.-THE "NATION" NEWSPAPER. WrE are delighted to observe that the Go 'vernment has met with a signal, and well .merited defeat in the sedition trial against Mr. C. G. Duffy, of the.above newspaper. The .Government had not the audacity to pack a jury. in.this instance, as in the late 'State Trials (thanks to the Nation and the liberal press of Ireland), and the result.has proved that failing the perjured crew of castle dependants, men were to be found who spurned the judge made law of Chief Justice Blackburn, and pronounced by their verdict, that to love Ireland and assist in redressing her wrongs, was not, as stated by the Chief .Justice "seditious beyond question." Mr. Holmes (a Volunteer of 1782) was / leading counsel for Mr. Duffy, and beyond all question, his speech was oneof the finest *ever spokenin a court of Justice. So power ful an effect had this brilliant display of forensic oratory upon all who heard it, that t.he cool anid imperturable Chief Justice ....

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TERRIBLE FIRE IN QUEBEC. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

TERRIBLE FIRE IN QUEBEC: (From the Quebec Mercury, June 3). Last night, at ten o'clock, alire broke out ia the Theatre Royal, St. Lewis-street, at the close of Mr. Harrison's exhibition of his'Chmical Dioramas.- From the information we la?&e been able to glean, the camphire lamp was overset from some cause or other, and the stage at once became enveloped in flames. In an incredibly short space of time the whole of the Interior.of the building was enveloped in one sheet of flame. The writer of this article was one of the earliest on the spot, and present at the closing moments of the hapless beings who. pe rished from their desperate exertions to.escape. The staircase communicating with the boxessws a steep one, and we are of opinion It fell from the welght of those who crowded, upion it. One foot was interposed between the hapless crowd and eternity !n and on, that space we, with five or six others, stood,, the fierce flames playing around us, and the dense smoke repelling a...

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