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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. THE QUEEN ON THE PROSECUTION OF CUMMINGS V. M'INNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER- 20. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. THE QUEEN ON THE PROSECUTION OF CCMIINOS V. II'INNIS. The arguments in this case, which commenced on Wednesday, were continued and concluded, Mr. Windeyer appearing in sapportof the rulenisi,and Messrs. Michie and Lowe to show cause against it. At tie conclusion, the Court deferred judgment until the following day. SATURDAY, NOV. 21. .Before their Honors the three Judges. TIHE QUEEN ON THE PROSECUTION , CUMlIINOS V. M'INNIS. In this case their Honors gave judgment indi vidually to the effect, that the rule must be.dismissed with costs, as the Court were convinced of the entire innocence of tie defendant, M'Innis, and were of opinion that the charge of perjury which had been brought against him was wholly unfounded. MONDAY, NOV. 23. EQUITY JURISDICTION. Before their IIonors the three Judges. COOPER V. POLACK This was an appeal against the decree pronounced by Mr. Justice a'Beckett, whereby the defendant :....

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Select Poetry. THE NATION WE CANNOT SUBDUE. The facetious Punch has suggested, after his own manner, a mode of dealing with Ireland which would be more likely to prove effectual than Algerine acts or Curfew clauses, and he tells some home truths too in the following versification:— [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

- 0 THE NATJION WE CANNOT SUBDUE. The facetious.Punch has suggested, after his own manner, a mode of dealing with Ireland which 'would be more likely to prove.clectual than Alga rine acts or Curfew clauses, and he tells some home truths too in the following versification: NWe beat Ryder All, we conquer'd Tippoo, e yanqulsl'd Napolron at famed Waterloo ; ~'e defeated the Burmans, the Aftghans we quell'd, .And John Chlinaman into submission compell'd. 'The Sikhs we o'erthrew, in victorlois fray, on Thy'field, Aliwal, and the plain of Sobraon; iBut, for all that we English endeavour to do, 'l There's one obstinate nation we cannot subdue." All opponents beside to Britannia have knelt, But we c'nnot controul the refractory Celt. :Still by turbulent.Ireland our power is defied Ohs thiat spoke in our wheel--oh that.thorn in our side! If tq tame her we've fail'd, it has certainly not Been (or want of the bayonet, or powder and shot. "May it not then,be likely, our course has been wrong,. I...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, NOV. 20. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, NOV. 20. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOFOF CLAIMS. In the estates of George and Emma Rowley, a special meeting was held;for the creditors to give directions; no directions were given, but the cre ditors present requested an' adjournment of the meeting for a fortnight, to enable the trustees to file in the office of the Chief Commissioner all accounts relating to the estates, from .the date of their ap pointment as trustees to the present time. Joseph Bennett proved a claim for D1. 15s. Id. In the estate of Walter VWatson a single meeting : Henry Merrctt, 71. 7s. Gd.; Hugh Taylor, 61. 18s. 6d.; Samuel Bissland, 101. 14s. Gd.; - M'Audry, I1. is. :s 'SATURDAY, NOV. 21. In tile estate of John Shalless, an adjourned se cond meeting: John Wedderburn, 71. 15s.; Peter Nicol Russell, 431. 13s. lid. In the estate of William Klensendorllre, an ad jourred second meeting: William Byrne, 61. Is. Gd.; Charles Brown, 51. Ils. 8d.; Francis Hoare Symes, 111. 7s.; ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

SPONDlNTS. oR .tcrs of the ase in which a iney Daelng paster figured before the Police Be ona riday last, shall appear in our issue of Satu ray next. MIr.Li.--Coloehl Marcus Despard, with six other ýconspirators, 'were hanged in London on the 21st February, 1803. He had been dismissed from a situation he held at the Bay of Honduras, for pecu lation, and returning to London, he entered into a donspiiracy with a set of worthless military outcasts *to assasinate the King, for which lie.and six others paid the forfeit of their lives.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

WrEEKLY MET'EORLOLOGIOAL TABLE. 'VtEIATIOV O TUB THRBUO IITRB. LW.. WDNH.DAT.. NOv.187 78 7 B .E. Oloudy TBUuBI3AV ....«.. 19 706 80 781 N.K. 1Vind) FRIDAY ».:........ 2-'74 781711 S.' Rainy SATGaDAT- ..:......21 X62. 00 6,01 S.E. Ditto SUNDAY .......» -- 2'0O 01 0 8. Ditto ;MOMDAY.......... 03 )0t62 ), 10.1. Ditto TuaSnDA .... 24.. 24'01 70 i 08 N.E. Ditto Mean temperature, 600.

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

CL .ARANCES. .November 22. M.!ercury, schooner, Captain Hodges, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Barry and three chil !ren, Mr. and Mrs. Connell and two children, and )Mr. W. Brennan. 23.-Ann Bates, barque, Captain Slaughter, for Hongkong. - Passengers-Mr. Taplin, Mr. James Macpherson, and Mr. 'T. Cooper. 23. -.Le lanche, French ship, Captain Gilles, for the Whale Fishery.

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

DEPARTURES. November 20.-Secret, schooner. Captain Boyle, for Tahiti. 21.--Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland. Passengers-Mrs. Jolly and Mr. J. Neal. 22.-William, schooner, Captain Freeman, for Moreton Bay.

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

3Itbia. - (From the Hobart Town Advertiser.) By tle Phantom, iwe learn that all was quiet in India. The Sllicks affairs .were settled, for the present, but it was supposed that without the greatest care insurrections would manifest themselves in that part of the country. A report was in circulation after the arrival of the Phantom, that the whole staffl of Sir H. Har dinge had been surprised when out hunting and murdered by the Mounted Shicks. We have, how ever, been unable to authenticate this intelligence after the most careful enquiry. Sir George Arthur had :resigned .te. government of Bombay, apd.returned home with a fortune of five and a half Inlasof rupees, acquired in a govern ment of five years, or about £55,000. It .would. seem that his old-habits.*of acquisition had not deserted him. .His'liealth is'saitl. to have been in a most deplorable, state,. and, that. his resignation has been compelled by a strong tendency to apoplexy. The speculation of horses from Sydney to India...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

- $btppiitg l1tltSIltgenIri. AitaVAL8s. November 21.--Marchioness of Douro, barque, 338 tons, Captain Woodnorth, from Hongkong the 24th August. 21.--Phantom, brig, 157 tons, Captain Chilcott, from Calcutta 23rd Augost, Madras 8th September, Trincomalee 29th September, and Hobart Town the 15th instant. Passengers-Mrs. Chilcott and two children, Mrs. Frasier and three daughters, Mrs. Scheberras. Miss Platt, Mrs. Dunning and four children; Messrs. Robert Lawson, and H. and R. Watson. 21.-Good Return, American ship, 376 tons, Captain Swift, from the Whllale Fishery. 21.--Ph?be, schooner, 82 tons. Captain Bennett, from Port Phillip the 1lth inst. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, aMr. Ball, and Mr. Chambers. 22..-Sha1w ock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gil more, from Launceston the 14th, Port Phillip the 19th, and Twofold Bay the 21st inst. Passengers -Rev. Dr. Ross, Dr. Rowe, Mr. Blanch and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Hem and child, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Messrs. Pad dingt...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

riti0rlj Exlractls. - --o A lamentable accident had occurred on the East ern Counties' Railway by thecollision of two trains. The following is the account of the accident from the Pictorial Times-" The accident occurred be tween 4 and 5 in the afternoon. The up-train from Ipswich, due at Stafford 56 minutes past 3, did' not arrive until 20. minutes after the time. Several passengers had alighted, others were in the act of entering the carriages, and the engine driver' was taking in a supply of water, when a train was ob served passing the signal post and coming rapidly towards the station. Mr. Richardson, the station master, was then upon the platform, superintend ing the despatch of passengers, &c._ The noise of the approaching train, at once attracted his atten tion, and looking outward, he saw the imminent danger in which the passengers of the stationary train were placed. lie immediately ran towards the engine, intending to induce the drivers to .go on with the engine th...

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City Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

-.0 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23. Present .. The Right Worshipful the Mayor; Aldermen Thurlow and Maedermott.; Councillors Fisher, Wilshire, Moir, Titterton, Robey, Brown, Hill, Josephson, Owen, Mla, Wilkie,' and Driver. The Town Clerk read the minutes of the last meeting. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. Alderman' Allen, and Messrs. Agars and Iredale obtained leave of absence for the day, and Mr. Neale for three weeks. . CABs. SMr. DRIVER directed the attention of .the Council, and especially the Chairman of the By-Lays Com inittee, to" the necessity of havisig some regulations as to the stands for cabs., . RETURN; .. • Alderman ,Tiuntow complained of the delay whvlich had occurred in fTurnishing certain returns relative to tho proceedings of tlie lmpovement C.omii mittee, which .returns, had been moved for two months ago. : wATER COMMITrBEE. Mr. DRIVER presented a report from. the Water' Committee, reporting' that th?e Improvement Com mittee had drpnandedi re-imburecment of the funds disbursed by the lat...

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COVENTRY.—PRESENTATION OF CHALICE AND CRUETS TO THE RIGHT REV. DR. ULLATHORNE, BISHOP ELECT OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

COVENTRY. --PREISENTATION OF CIIA LICE AND CRUETS TO TIE RIGIIT REV. OR. ULLATHORNE, BISIIOP ELECT OF THE WESTERN DISTRICT. (From the Tablet, June 20.) On Monday (the 8th) the congregation and frends of Dr. Ullathorne presented to him a large and magnificent silver gilt chalice of ancient design richlycnamelled, together with a pair of silver cruets, swid boat and lavabo basin, all elaborately and up propriately engraved. There were present the Revs. T. Ileptonstall, J. Aylward, Swale, and J. Clarnson. The Rev. J. Aylward, O.S.D. having been called to therhair, opened the proceedings by a few prepara try remarks, and then called on Mr. C. Ilanson to reac the address, whidi was as follows : To the Right Rev. Dr. Ullathorne, Bishop elect of the Western District. My lard We beg most respectfully to approach jau sbe;re -aour departure from amongst ius, and, unafectionate children to present to you a small proof of our gratitude. From the moment the sad news renachlI us of your removal f...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

3cvclsUaiatical Inful1(gcwnp C , Wye copy the following froni the correapondeniie. of thio'New York Courier and JnluirerT BAL-` T1MtonEI MAY I ,--Tlrip Council qf Plesopu or the regular Provincial Council of the Roman Catholic Church, assenibled iri this city yesterday at the Cathedral: ;'Tlif display was magnificent and im posing. The Bishops of .22 States were present. The "Mlost Rev. Archbishop Eccleston performed pontifidl High Mass. The delibeiations of this bold will be continued probably througghout thl week. it s supposed they. will create some new Archbishoprics." ETrsIOPtIN WoTiiN.--Lotters from Rome of thes gth instant, announce tlhe arrival of forty Ethiopian women redeemed by" the Holy See fiom Slavery; they art to go to Chambery, in Savoy, to be educated in as religious establishment there, and will be after wards sent as missionaries.- WVateford Chronicle. SPIRITUAL AoID T CATHOLIC SOLDIERS.-A COr rapondeico which has lately taken place between the very Rev. Dr. Synno...

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

-9 " Your hand annoys me," said a gentleman to a talkative person who sat next him at dinner, and who was constantly "suiting the action to the word." " Indeed,' said the .babbler. " we are so crowded at table, I do not know where to put my hand." " Put it in your mouth," said the other. Among the advertisements in the Times of Fri day, is one through the medium of which a professed lady's maid offers her services. We have heard of professed cooks, but professed ladies are a novelty to us-almost as great as the large, blue Spanish gentleman, whose cloak was, a week or two back, the subject of an advertisement.-Punch.-[One of our Preston contemporaries, a week or two ago, an nounced for sale a crib belonging to a mahogany child; and a screen for a folding office.-Ed. P. C.] The following conversation was overheard in the coffee-room of the hotel at Keswick, by a gentleman upon whose veracity the fullest reliance may be placed :- " Pray, Mr. Brown, which do you consider the most beaut...

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THE LATE RIPPLE ON THE OCEAN OF REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

THE LATE' RIPPLE ON THE OCEAN OF REPEAL. (From the Newry Examiner.) O'Connell I why, what would this day's Ireland be without him P Why, there would be no Con ciliation Hall for national oratory. Grattan spoke, Flood spoke, Plunkett spoke for Ireland. O'Con nell acted for his country. The landmarks of his present fame are acts, not speeches. He has made citizens of the millions, and flung sectarianism out of our strife-out of our struggle. Avaunt then, as a " brat of hell," a monster of ingratitude, the idea,.that while O'Connell lives any other man can be atlderof the Irish people. The Tories-the hun ters after their last hope-dissension in our camp dream a rivalry. Smith O'Brien never dreamed it nor did any sane Repealer. 'rhle point d'appui the last rallying place of bigotry :is gone-and gone for ever. We write thus for O'Connell, while we are thoroughly prepared to criticise the conduct of even so great a man. Our 2ngualjted support of the conduct of that gallant Protestant chie...

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TWENTY SIX PRIESTS CONVERTED FROM POPERY!!! [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

TWENTY SIX PRIESTS CON VERTED FROM POPERY.! II A PARnonRAPr with the abovo heading, has bcen latoly going the rounds of the public press, both at home and in this Colony. \Vo attached no importance whatever to this unfounded report, for we were well awaro it 'was an in'genious device'intended as a.set-off to tho numerous and real coniver sions that are daily taking place amongst the distinguished members of Oxford and Cambridge Universities, to the Holy Ca tholic Church. 'But as some individuals are of such gullible natures, as to swallow clown for truth whatever they may see set up ih typeo, we think it fit for their especial use and beuefit, to call their attention to an extract from one of Mr. l3attersby's Ca tholic tracts, published in Dublin in last February, wherein this formidable list of six and twenty converted Popish priests -is analyzed and fully exposed. - We have also given this list (the names of the recent converts from the Anglican Church) to meet the flying sheets o...

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LETTERS FROM THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

LETTERS FROM THE WEST. (From our own Corre.pondent.) At length I am able to send you intelligence of a cheering character. Since you received my last letter,.I have travelled through the counties of Tipperary, Cork, Kilkenny, Carlow, Kildare, Wicklow, and Dublin, and I have pleasure in assuring you that the signs of improve ment are everywhere visible. Landlords are be ginning to feel that "property has its duties as well as its rights;" that ere long as those duties are neglected their tenantry will be miserable and disaffected, and their own position insecure and perilous; and that, if their country is ,to be tran quillised- if security is to be given .to life and property-:if the tide of emigration which is so rapidly depopulating the country is to'be stemmed, and the industrious and well-disposed employed in thecalcltivation of the millions of acres whlch are lying untouched and unproductive--if agitation is to receive its death-blow- if proprietors of land are to ilwll in peace...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of' the Phantom on Satur day last, we are in possersion.of news from England to the -7th August, three days later than our previous dates, via India and Hobart Town. Wo extract the-following-summary from the hlobart Town .Advertiser: The Phantom arrived direct from India on Wednesday, bringing English news to the 7th August The kindness of Captain Watson has enabled us to give the latest intelligence up to that date, he having sup plied us with the Overland News, a journal published expressly for the transmission of the most recent European news to India. Prince Albert paid a visit to Liverpool on thse3th July, and remained until the following Friday,amid a succesion of fetes which did full credit to the second city in Britain. The purpose of his Royal Highness's visit was to lay'the'foundation stone of an institution for the benefit of the sailors at that port and to be.present at theoopening of the new Albert Dock. tKing ,Ernest-of Hanover had'beenseri...

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

--o The following article, though somewhat old, being .from the Nottingham Review of June 13th, is .nevertheless well worthy of an attentive perusal of .all friends of .Ireland, as a proof of the growing :feeling in favour of.juStice being meted to that :long inisgoverned country. The Review is a paper ,supported chiefly by the Dissenting interest, and -the following remarks may therefore be taken as -being the sentiments of a large: portion of.English :men-more especially as this is only one of a series ,of articles on -the same subject. When feelings and yiews such as those expressed by the editor of -tle Review,. are becoming daily more and more -extended .among, the people of England, the friends -of Ireland have every cause to hope that the Go ?vernment of Ireland will at length be compelled ,by the " pressure from without" to render justice- ,full and permanent justice to the green island of the Swest: IRELAND AT THE PRESENT MOMENT. ,It is with the sincerest pleasure that we l...

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

A CHARITY SERMON. ON SUNDAY NEXT, the 29th in- stant, the REV. DEAN LOVAT, of Yass, will preach at High Mass, in St. Mary's Cathedral, when a Collection will be made in aid of the Funds of that truly Charitable Institution, the BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. 3954 No. 46-392. Town Clerk's Ofice, Sydney, 24th Novemlber, 1846. ASSESSMENT OF NEW BUILDINGS. NI OTICE is · lereby given that Lists . of the assessments of al: new buildings and additions to all buildings, (since the date of the last assessment of'the city property). in Gipps, Bourke, Brisbane. Cook, and Phillip Wards, are open at this Office for the inspection of the citizens, and will remain so for fourteen days from this date; andany citizen whd may feel himself aggrieved by the value-, tion put upon his premises. must lodge a complaint in writing with the Town Clerk before the expiration of the said. fourteen days, to be submitted to the City Council for their consideration, it being understood that after the expiration of the said fo...

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