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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

ST. MARY'S SEMINARY. ?'inUE SCHOOL will Re-open after the g_ Christmas Uulidays, on Monday the 13th instant. TERMS: — English course .. £l 10 per Quarter Classical course .. 2 0 0 „ Mr. Sconce receives boarders into his own house, \ on terms varying- according to the age of the pupil. THOMAS. C. GOSLING, ? ACCOUNT/AN T aud Commission Agent, Merri-strect; Warrambool. N- R. -Agent for the Freeman's Journal, Sydney Couiubr, Irish Exile, and Geelo.ng In TKLMGENCEK. TO PARENTS. WANTED.— An APPRENTICE to the Printing Business, to 'whoin . lioeral wages will be given. Apply to Mr. E-lwaid M'Encr.ob, George-street, near Bfitburst-street. TO MKDICAL MEN. A N Election of a Surgeon for the Catho j\ he Guild will take place in the ensu ing week. Gentlemen wishing to become candidates will please send their applications to the undersigned, at Kiley-street, opposite the Boomerang Inn, rear of the Sydney College, on or before Friday, the 3rd day of January, 1851, between the hours of one aud two o...

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THE TENANT CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

THE TENANT CONFERENCE. The Conference commenced its sittings on Tuesday in the City Assembly House, vVilliani-street. There was a numerous attendance of gentlemen from all parts of the country. RULES OF THE LEAGUE. Tne S cretary then read the resolutions, and the Conference proceeded to the con sideration of them in detail. The first and second resolutions, which were as follow, were put and carried unani mously : — ' 1. That an Association, to be called the Irish Tenant League, be formed on the principles, and subject to the rules herein after expressed ; a'nd that such League be hereby established accordingly. ' 2. That the sole object of the Tenant League are to protect the tenant, and to procure a good landlord and tenant law, by the legal co-operation of persons of si! classes and of all opinions on other subjects.' .No subject shall be discussed or enter tained a,t any meeting of the League, or of its council or committees, except such as di rectly bears on its objects;, and t...

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STATE OF CATHOLICITY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

^5I5i~OF -CATHOLICITY IN ENG LAND. We are sure that all readers of the Free man will- feel. delighted with the following letter concerning the spread of truth in our dear England. ,'Tt is written ..from London to the Editor of the Ami de la Re'igion in Pnrio and besides the present importance of its topic, it has the charm of an affectionate interest in our affairs of the highest regard, that contrasts pleasantly and hopefully with the alternate atrocities and fooleries of politics, in which Frenchmen and English men, like other nations, have so often played their solemn antics before high Heaven. There is yet hope for the progress of our race, spite of' all that the lives., and philo sophism of philosophers have done to dis credit it, when one sees any the slightest tendency to rank topics of mutual national interest in the order of their real dignity and value. The writer of the letter may appear perhaps to some to attach a little over importance to the exertions of con verts ; ,w...

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EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

EMIGRATION. ' On Friday, September 6, upwards of fifty persons from the county Fermanagh, consisting of farmers and their families, all Protestants, with scarcely an exception, proceeded from this city by the parly train to Belfast, on their way to ?? the land of tho west.' They were all in high spirits.— Armagh Guardian. Three ships laden with passengers for America are now in this port waiting for a fair wind. — Sligo Joiirnal. The Lady Campbell sailed out of port on Tues day evening, with nearly one hundred passengers bound for Quebec. There were eighteen persons on board from the parish of Innesteague, in the county Kilkenny, and others from the counties of Tipperary and Carlow. A medical gentleman and a Catholic clergy man- the Re?. Mr. Walsh— went out with the emigrants. There was; an immense supply cf provisions put on board the evening before the Ludy Campbell sailed. Every attention was paid to ilia wants of the passengers.— Waterford Chronicle. The Lady Peel, emigrant vess...

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CONVERSION OF LORD FIELDING. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

CONVERSION OF LORD FIELDING. Amongst the late English news appeared the very important fact that a nobleman, who had been selected by the High Church party to represent the University of Cambridge, has submitted to the Catholic Church. Lord Viscount Fie'ding, the son of the Earlof Denbigh, the late Queen Dowager's Lord Chamberlain, was received into the Church early in September, by the Very Rev. Dr. Newman^ at the Oratory. It is remarkable that his Lordship was' not one 'of-, the ex treme or 'Romanizing' party in the Church of England, but one who like Lord John Manners or Mr. Gladstone enjoyed the confidence of those who are generally he'd to be sound and steadfast members of the State Church. It was only two months be fore his conversion that Lord Fielding pre sided at the Supplementary Meeting of High Churchmen at the Freemasous' Tavern, in Great Queen's-street. The high esteem1 in which he was held by the clergy and laity of his party manifested itse.f on that occasion;. He wen...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. Death of the Eight Eev. Dr. Sharples. — The Right Rev. Dr. Sharpies, the coadjutor bishop of the Lancashire district, died on Sunday week, at Great Eccleston. His disease was a ? gradual wasting away. His lordship was educated at Ushaw College, and was ordained at Eome, whither he procesded to complete his theological studies, in company with Dr. Wiseman. He greatly dis tinguished himself during his academical career in the Eternal city. He may be said to have been the apostle of catholicity in Sheffield, so much, it is said, did that important mission increase under his pastoral care. From it he was removed to the coadjutorship of the Lancashire districts, exactly seven years ago. He was consecrated August 1 5, 1843. On Sunday last, high mass de requiem -was sung at St. Nicholas's Church, Copperas -hill, in this town. The Eight Eev. Dr. Brown assisted.— Liverpool Journal. The Legitimist Congress at Wiesbaden. — A. letter from Wiesbaden of the' 30th ult., in th...

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POLICE LITIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

POLICE LITIGATION. One of the greatest social and moral evils which besets this community of the City of Sydney, is the prevailing taste amongst some of its classes for police litigation. For many years this monster nuisance has existed, and time seems but to give it strength, and to aggravate the mischief it produces. We call it a ' monster nuisance,' and such, in very truth it is, when we reflect upon the evils that result from it in a variety. Tfie least part of those evils is the effect, moral and material, it has upon the litigants themselves. We have comparatively small sympathy with those nourishers of wrath, who, because they cannot give vent to their revengeful or malicious dispositions in acts of open violence, seek in a more vindictive spirit, the courts of law to wreak their spite, their hate, or their malignity on their rivals or opponents. True it is, that their wicked, folly is retributive- even in its effects upon themselves. They are put to expense, to lneo nf fima ...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. THE OPENING OF THE SYNOD AT THURLES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

tSttliJaiastittil XnteiUgimre. V . THE OPENING OF THE SYNOD AT THURLES. me grand ceremonial of the opening of the Synod was witnessed this day by thousands of our people. Up to a late hour on Wednesday night, group^ after group of clergy and gentry continued to arrive in the town, and during the entire night vehicles of all descriptions were momentarily arri ving, conveying fresh crowds to the scene of the ceremonies. ' The street-way leading through the town in the direction ? of ,the College presented during the morning a continuous tide of people coming in from the adjoining country parishes, and proceeding to the spot where it was known that the procession Avould pass on its way to the church. The weather was beautiful. The, Catholic. Chapel was surronnded from the earliest hour with dense crowds of people. At a few minutes after ten o'clock the appear ance of some of the attendant officials at the front of the vestibule gave indication that the procession was about to issue for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

JUST PUBLISHED, Price 6d. MOORE'S SYDNEY COMMERCIAL ALMANAC FOR 1851. CONTENTS:— Eclipses of the Sun and \j Moon ; Jewish Feasts and Fasts ; Su preme Court Holidays j Insolvent Court ; Bank Holidays and Discount Hays ; Savings' Bank ; Sydney Corporation ; Councillors, Aldermen, and Assessors of each Ward ; Custom House FeeB; Colonial Government ; Executive Council ; Members of the Board of Education ;. Phases of the Moon ; Rising and setting of the Sun ; Tide Table ; Garden er's Calendar ; Custom House Duties ; Bonded Stres ; License Fees ; Departures of Steamers and Coaches ; Post Towns ;. Cure for the Bite of a Snake ; with a copious Chronology of Remarkable Events, Brths and Deaths of illustrious Men. SydnoY: Published by J. MOORE, 327 and 328, George-street, opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. Sold in Parramatta by E. Mason ; Moreton Bay, J. - Swan, Courier Office ; Maitland, J. Broderick ; Mor petli. J. Reilly ; Bathurst, J. Loneragan ; Wollon gong, J. Wiles. ACCOUNT BOOKS. I^HE u...

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DECREE OF THE SACRED CONGREGATION OF RITES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

DECREE OF ^^^0^0^^^ We read .m the Univers that the Holy ]?„«* being desirous ,of giving to the Most Holy V,v ?'' Mary a testimony of his gratitude for the dpi ?' ance of Rome, snatched by the French trooDs 1 year, from the enemies of Holy Church nn fiSt Feast of the B.V.M., raise that Festival to a -L ? Rite of the second class. The fnlwlf (Oulle decree:-^ - -— ,..«s J8 Ule. 'dkcretum. ' Urbis et Orbis. ' - 'Our Most Holy Father Pope Pius I\ t\ from the commencement of his Pontificiate'hm exalted and powerful is the protection of the' Bl sed Virgin Mary, and he felt it also when tt barque of Peter,' agitated by a storm, the like of which has been rarely seen, appeared to have Iip come the. sport of the waves ; when obliged' bv th» severity of the times to quit the city, he had'duriJ long months to groan over that immense placnie tf errors which Avas spread everywhere Avith impunity and over that mass of senseless men Avho had' gathered together in different parts of the Eccle siast...

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MIRACLE OF RIMINI. BRIEF OF HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS IX. TO MONSIGNOR THE BISHOP OF RIMINI. PIUS PP IX. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

MIRACLE OF RIMINI. ' BRIEF OF HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS IX. TO MOKSIONOK THE lilSIIOP OF RIMINJ. Pius PP. IX. Venerable Brother, Health and Apostolic Bene diction. Nothing certainly can be more grateful to Our heart, or more comformable Avith Our desires, -than to see the devotion and veneration (cuttus) for the Most Holy Mother of God, the Immaculate Virgin Mary, our Most Merciful Mother, still more and more increase and extend itself in all places. You' ought, therefore, to understand, Venerable Brother how great a consolation has been to Us your so respectful letter of the 29th of the present month by Avhich you inform Us that you and the clergy of the town of Rimini so ardently desire to present to the Most Holy Virgin a public and signal mark of your eminent piety and gratitude,— that you have formed the determination of adorning with a crown tfyold that image, Avhich, under the title of the Mother of Mercies, and according to the relation which you give of it, rendered celebrated...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

sHjtjJiHug Sntel'Ugence* ARRIVALS. December 26. — Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Bowden, for Auckland the 12th instant. December 27. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, from Launceston the 17 th, Mel bourne the 23rd, and Twofold Bay the 26'th inst. December 28. — Emma, brig, 135 tons Captain Fox, from Auckland the 13th instant. December 28. — Flash, schooner, 139 tons, Cap tain Banes, from Upolo (Navigator Island) the 14th instant. December 28.— Sarah, brig, 130 tons, Captain Grant, from Kawau the 1.7tli instant. December 29. — William Alfred, schooner, 118 . tons, Captain Tinley, from Wellington the 13th December. - December 29. — Mary Ann, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wilson, from Anatam December loth, ^cid the Isle of Pines December 19 th. DEPARTURES. December 28. — William Stevenson, ship, 807 tons, Captain Williams, for Callao. December 28. — William Hyde, barque, 533 tons, Captain Applewhaite, for Kiapara. December 28. — Mary White, 330 tons, Captain Walker, for Lon...

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PASSING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

PASSING- EVENTS. WE live in extraordinary and very eventful times. There is no exaggeration — no flight of imagination in this assertion. The terri ble convulsions that have lately shaken to their very centre' the greater part of the European Governments attest the fact. The surprising developement of physical sciences, and. their application to the ordinary purpo ses of human life bear evidence to the same. But the still more extraordinary develope ment, application, and adoption of the great religious and Catholic principles by many1 of the leading and most distinguished minds of the present day in almost every part of the civilized world, and more especially in Great Britain, is proof positive that we live iu most eventmi times. The outbreak, the lawless progress and the violent suppression of revolutionary movements have been duly chronicled in the pages of the Public Press. The wonderful adaptation of scientific researches to the transactions and advancement of the ordi nary bu...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry. — Fawls. from 2s. 6-I. to 2s. 9-1. ; ducks, 2s. 9d. to 3s. Od. ; ^ecse, 4s. 6-i. to 5s. ; turkeys. 8s. to 10s. ; pigeons. 9ii. ; wild ducks, 2a. 9 J. to 0s. Oil. per couple-.; roasting |-igs. Ss. 0d. each. Dairy Produce. —Fresh butter, Od. to8d. ; salt, 4(1. to 6d.pcrlb ; cheese, Od. to 6£d. ; bacon, 5d. to Gd. ; lard, 3d ; cgt-s, Sd. to lOd. per dozen. Vegetables —Potatoes, 5s. b'd. to 6s. par cwt. ; cabbages, 2s. 0d. to 3s. Od. ; cauliflowers. 2s. 6d to 3s. 6d. ; lettuces, 0d. to 6d. ; turnips, 0s. 0d. to Is 6-J. per d.iZen ; parsley, 3d. per bunch ; celery. Is. 6.1. ; leeks, s. 3d. ; pat snips, Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. ; eamtts, is.Gd; pumpkins, 3s. (id to 0s^ Oil. per dozen , peas, 5-i. Od. to 6s, per bushel ; beans, 4s. 0d. ; onions, 5s. to 8s. per cwt. Fruit. — Oranges, 9d. to lOd. per dozen ; lemons — 3d. to 4d. ; pears, 3s. to 4s. per basket ; apples, 2d. to H. per -!nzv-n ; loquats, 5s. to 6s. OJ. per basket: apricots 5s. to fa's, per ba-kst ; g...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JANUARY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JANUARY, 1851. - i i / 1 W Circumcision- of our Lord, d. 2 c. 2 T Octave of S. Stephen, d. 3 F Octave of S. John, d. pref. of the app. 4 Sat Octave of Holy Innocents, d. 5 S Vacat. Vigil of Epiphany, 0. S. B., Octave of S. Thomas, d. 6 M Epiphany. 7 T Of the Octave, sd. 3 W Of the Octave, sd. 9 T Of the Octave, sd. 10 F Of the Octave, sd. 11 Sat Of the Octave, sd., in. vesp: commemor. of S. Hyginus 12 S Sunday within Octave of Epiphany, 0. S. B., S. Bennet, Bishop, ap. d. 2nd class. 13 M Octave of the Epiphany. 14 T S. Hilary, bp. and conf. sd. 15 W S. Paul, first Hermit, conf. d., 0. S. B., S. Maurus, ap. d., 2nd class. 16 T S. Marcellus, p. and mart. sd. 17 F S. Anthonv. ah. d. 18 Sat Chair of S. Peter at Eome, d.m. 19 S 'Second after Epiphany, least of Holy Name of Jesus. 20 M SS. Fabian and Sebastian, mm. d. 21 T S. Agnes,'«. and m.d. 22 W SS. Vincent and Anastasius, mm. sd. 23 T S. Eaymond of Pennafort, conf. sd., 0. S. B., Feast of desponsation of B. V. ...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. December '28. — Rainbow, 19, Pennington, for Brisbane Water ; Mermaid, 20, Campbell, for New castle. ? . December 30. — Gitana, 13, Foster, for Brisbane Water ; Edward, 29, Hutton ; James and Amelia, 33, Dearing, both for Newcastle. December 31.— William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Prosperous, 17, Roberts, for Newcastle ; Opposum, 18, Brown, from Brisbane Water. - /..

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. ' December 27. — Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindguest ; Edward, 29, Hutton, both from Newcastle ; William the Fourth, sieamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Lapwing, 18, Pearson, from Shoalhaven. - December 28. — Sister, 44, Hannah; Mermaid, 20, Campbell, both from Newcastle. December 30. — Charles Webb, 24, Brown, from Kiama ; Caroline, 29, Priden, from Newcastle. December 31. — William the Fourth, steamer, 54. Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Opposum, 18, Brown, Brisbane Water.

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THE MONKS OF MOUNT ST. BERNARD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

THE MONKS OF MOUNT ST BK.RNAHD. (From, the Journal des Debats.J Of all the shameful things that marked the triumph of Radicalism in Switzerland, one of the most shameful and unjustifiable was the spoliation of the monastry of Mount £t. Bernard, and the persecution of the monks, whom the respect and gratitude of ail hurope ougat to have protected. More than two years ago, the Government of the Valais decreed the confiscation of the proper ties of 8t. Bernard, and since that time the hospitable monks have exhausted their. last resources ; so that if their own Government or the Federal Government, should not repair the injustice of which they have been the victims, Europe is threatened with the loss of an institution which for nine centuries has been the type of the devotedness, sacri- ' fices, and miracles of Christian Charity, if will be remembered that after the war of 1847, the Grand Council of the Valais sup pressed all the religious communities, even those of women. '8 he univers...

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THE CATHOLIC PARTY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

THE CATHOLIC PARTY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. (From the Catholic Standard.) It is not an uncommon thing to hear Ca tholic Emancipation cried up as one of the greatest boons ever wrung out of one body of religionists by another ; and looking at the matter abstractedly, we are apt to see visions of broken, chains, shivered manacles, and regenerated bondsmen rise up at the bare mention 01 the name. JJut when we test the results of this act by the sober light of experience, we find the charm is dis Sjlved — the golden scene fadts away, and the question, is — whether what remains does not go to the dead balance of evil rather even than exercise a neutral tendency, and leave the position of the Catholic just where it was before O'Connell's name was breathed, or the parchment '29 passed into law ? Sur veying our political history from that period, we cannot put our hands upon a single act cf legislation which redounds to our interest, except, perhaps, the Marriage Settlement, which was carri...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communica tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is ,not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their beiner genuine.

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