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

TO SUBSCRIBERS. It is necessary to remind our Subscribers of the lerms' of thisPW^ca^n__paymenc 10 advance We beg to return thanks to hose who have punctually complied with these 'just and equitable terms/' The various persons employed in getting out a f^aper very naturally expect and re qu re .weekly payments for their labour- it is equally natural for those who are responsible 2 ii° so when oaIled °» by o' coi Z the t!T7 °f C°'eOling Sma' SUmS- amount in i 'e ln callil)8 for them. 'ill l! V }? e lros»l-«e few remarks 4 hi 'S h'6 ^''Me 'ask of repeat t — .

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THE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE'S ACCOUNT OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

THE DUBLIN UNIVEKSITY MAGA ZINE'S ACCOUNT OF THE ELEC TRIC TELEGRAPH. When Dover shall have been united with Calais by the realization of this project, and when the various lines now in progress and contemplated on the continent shall be com pleted, London will be connected by con tinuous lines of telegraphic communication with Brussels, Berlin, Hamburgh, Lubeck, Bremen, Orantzic, Leipsic, Dresden, Prague, Vienna, Trieste, Munich, Augsburg, Stutt gard, and the towns along the right bank of Rhine, from Cologne to Basle ; also with Amsterdam, the Hague, Rotterdam, Ant werp, aud every part of Beluium; also with Boulogne, Lisle, Valenciennes, Paris, Strasburgh, Bourdeaux, Lyons, Marseilles, and all other intermediate towns. On the arrival of the Indian mail at Mar seilles, the leading journals of London, at a cost which would appear fabulous, have ob tajned their despatches by means of special couriers riding express from Marseilles to 'Boulogne, and by express steamers from Boulogne to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

Teetotal Festival.— The disciples of Father Matthew assembled in considerable numbers in St. Patrick's Hall, on Monday evening last, to celebrate the Christmas holidays in a manner becoming Christian sobriety. Music and song enlivened the proceedings ot the evening. A hale and healthv mariner, named John Miller, w ho has spent upwards of forty years in ploughing the deep, through every variety of climate and season, bore personal evi dence of the beneficial effects of temperance, which he strictly observed through the greater part of that long period. He gave a heart-rending account of the many shipwrecks and disasters of which he was an eye witness, caused chiefly through the effects of intemperance in the sailors, both men and officers. The Rev. President gave a short graphic sketch of the labours of Father Matthew,- and their beneficial effects on all who adopted his principles in almost every country of the world. He de nounced the mistaken idea of many who are under a delusion ...

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

POPULAR EDUCATION. .' ' (From tke Rambler.) , ; But if a sound education is a poii.tical; blessing, still 'more is 'it a religious blessing. I Mixed -up as all classes of Catholics are with1 Protestants, it is the height of cruelty not to arm them with fit weapons to fight the battle of the faith against its enemies. We must recollect that religious controversy is not confined to the pulpit, the platform, and the periodical. It is not the especial privilege of the noble and the wealthy. Its sounds are heard as loudly in the workshop, the kitchen, and the field, as in the halls of a university. Boys and girls begin the intel lectual' struggle.- Even the childish prattle of Catholic infancy is so unlike that of Pro testants as to provoke remark and compel discussion. The arguments on which eter nity depends are bandied to and fro, some times jestingly, sometimes earnestly, from the palace to the cottage. No Catholic can avoid them, even if he would do, it; and we may rest assured that...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES Before W. H. KRRR.Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT .KSU|^* I Before W. H. Kkrr, Esq., Cluef Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. NEW INSOLVENTS'. ?? John Lord, of Macquarie-place, Svdnev im-« chant. Liabilities, £ 3772.0s. 9d. Value o'f assets' £635 16s. Amount of deficiency £3136 4s '-y' Official assignee, Mr. G. King. Daniel Healey, of King's Plains, in the county of Bathurst, labourer. Amount of liabilities i'H7 11s. Value of assets, £11. Amount of deficient. £76 lls. Official assignee, M.r. W., Perry. h .MEETINGS OV CREDITORS. January. — Monday, 14. — Patrick M'lveon a special meeting, to decide upon an otter of composi tion, at 11. ' ? - Thursday, 1 6. — John Lord, -a first meeting, at 11 ? Mary Ann1 Ryan, and Richard Cullen, certificates' at noon. ?'' Thursday, 23.— John Rafter, a second meeting at half-past 10. =?' Friday, 24. — John Piafter, a third meetiri-r, at 11 Thursday, 30.— Lewis. Moss, for certificate at noon. ' February. — Tuesday, 11. — George Patrick a special meeting, to decide upon an offer...

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REVIEW. Lectures on Certain Difficulties felt by Anglicans in submitting to the Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

'review.' (From the 'Tablet.) Lectures on Certain Difficulties felt hy An glicans in submitting to the Catholic Church. By John Henry Newman, Priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri. LeclureXII. ' London: Burns and Lambert. We owe an apology to our readers for hav ing delayed so long to conclude our notice of Dr. Newman's Lectures, which are now v collected into a volume. The twelfth and last lecture, now before us, is entitled ' Chris tian History no rnjudice to the Apostolicity of the Church.' Jt takes us over ground of the mest interesting and important kind; both argumentative and biographical, inas much as it reveals to us the process by which his own mindwas led to Catholicity — -a pro cess which must have been -the type of that gone through' by a- multitude of others. He was, as it were, the crest of the wave, each drop of which was carried onwards by the same action and the same law. It was -the study of the Fathers that, humanly speaking, brought him where he is — the perc...

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THE BIBLE AND THE BISHOP. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

THE B113LE AND THE BISHOP. (To the fiditors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — Papist, Romanist, worshipper of images, and all the rest of it — pretty ?iames these. Ihough I have the misfortune, if it be a misfortune, to be thus designated by the choice spirits of the so-called Reformation, yet T have never been taught taat 1 could, without guilt, allege aught, either of person or things, contrary to strict truth ; or if I have, it must have been in a dream, which I forgot as soon as I awoke. Now how has his Lordship of Melbourne— who is neither Papist, nor Romanist, nor a worshipper of images— how has his Lordship (I like to give people their undoubted titles) been taught? Himself, of course, can best tell,— but ]nay we not infer from a man's acts what the direction of his instructions must have been ? If a person, for instance, is known to ' bear false wit ness against his neighbour,' what can be said of his moral training ? His L rmlshij) accuses the Catholic c ergyof discou...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

~ ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.' (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) (xKntIjEMEN, — Might I respectfully request you ? to do us the favour to inform us if tenants holding c'earing'Ieases are empowered by the New Constitu tion to vote at the coming general election. There lies open here a fine field for some liberal candidate of a large and enlightened policy. There is not the slightest chance of our present member being re-elected ; he must look out for some protranspor tioti constituency to do that for him. As far as I am able to pronounce an opinion on the matter, the rumoured candidate, is likely to be unsuccessful. Now is the time for some liberal man and true, to i ? look to the delightful region of the Illawarra. Your attention, gentlemen, Will oblige '.'.'? AN ELECTOR. Illawarra, December 22nd, 1850. [If there be three years to run at the time of the ! ' Registration,' and the holder of ' a clearing { lease' can show that this is worth, to him, the an nual value of £10, we ...

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

IMPOUND INGS. GusdAroo. — By Mr. Willian Real, for trespass in growing crop, December 14th : chesnut gelding, long tail, J under saddle near side, 6 with 12 over under saddle off side, apparently unbroken ; dark brown gelding, spot on forehead, hind fetlocks white, RB near shoulder ;? damages 2s. per head. If not claimed will be sold at this pound, 24 days after first insertion in Government Gazette. Bungexdore. — From Gidleigh Estate, Dec. 21, for trespass in open pasture land : trespass 3d. : — Strawberry or roan bull, rather red about heck and shoulders, rather straight horns inclined back wards, appears to be about four years old, no brand visible. If not claimed and released, .he will be sold at the public pound, on Wednesday, Jan. 15, according to Act of Council. — Owen Byunr. 9s. 6d. Clifton Estate — Dec. 27: — Strawberry bul lock, apparently branded ES on near rump ; straw berry bullock, branded IR on off rump. From the the Javisfield Estate : — Strawberry bull, no visible b...

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Government Gazette. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

©outftrument (Statue* LAND SALES. At eleven o'clock on Wednesday, the loth Janur ary, the following Town Lots of Land will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Old Mili tary Barracks, George-street, Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. Deposit 10 per cent. ' Sydney— J—3. 6f perches, county of Cumber land, parish of St. Philip, of the site of the Old Military Barracks, Nos. 9 — 11 of section 1. 4 — 7. 6£ perches, same place, Nos. 12 — 15 of section 1. Upset price £12 per foot frontage. 8—15. 8£ perches each, same place, Nos. 14 — 18, 25, 26, and 26 A, of section 5. Upset price £30 per foot fron tage. 16 — 18. 8£ perches each, same place, Nos. 27 A, 27, and 28 of section 5. 19—21. 6| perches each, county of Cumberland, parish of St. James, Nos. 21 and 22 of seetion 103. 22. l'l$ perches, same place,. No. 22 of section 107. Upset price £10 per foot, frontage. Paiir amatt.A . — 23. 2 roods and 28 perches, county of Cumberland, parish of St. John, No. 30 ...

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literature. CHRISTM'AS THOUGHTS. INSCRIBED TO THE READERS OF THE "FREEMAN'S JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 2 January 1851

Literature.               CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. INSCRIBED TO THE READERS OF THE ''FREEMAN'S JOURNAL."     Tis come— the heav'nly holy time, The days of peace, of joy and love, When weary spirits rise sublime To welcome God in spheres above. Yes, Christian Brothers, let us raise Our voice in gratitude and praise--   Oh! let our heart's best fervor blaze;     And flame-like up to heaven rise, In glorious Christmas sacrifice. When Christmas comes our blooming land Should know and feel her dignity —   She has been graced by God's own hand To ope the Christmas Jubilee!     Her skies array'd in Heaven's gold, Her landscape beauties, yet untold,     Her grateful people, young and old, Already have their homage paid To Him, by whom what is was made. Tis right in gladdening da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

HARD AND. SOFT SOAP, HYDRAULIC PRESSED AND OTHER CANDLES. TALLOW OIL. WB. ALLE}N respectfully reminds o the inhabitants of. New South Wales and the adjocent Colonies, that he continues to manufactuie Soap of the best qualiiy, on the princi ples of the latest discoveries in Chemical science, ass applied to this, particular subject. W. B, A feels confident, that the clothes washed with this Fine White Soap, or Pine Crown Soap, will wear longer, by at least 30 percent., than clothes washed with the ordinary description of Soap sold by the Grocers. Soft Soap for washing Blankets, Beadsteads, Floors, or any place in which insects harbour, an effectual and safe remedy. ? ? ? - HYDRAULIC PRESSED TALLOW CANDLES. These Candles have now the advantage of a name, the result of repeated trials, in crossing the warm latitudes between this Colony and Calilornia ; in no instance has a single complaint been made, and they are admitted to be the best manufactured from Tallow hitherto attempted in thi...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

IMPOUNDINGS. Hartley.— From Littleton, December 31 : ches nut mare, white face and hind feet, a white speck on the off fore foot, JM conjoined on the near shoulder ; chesnut horse foal, white down the face meeting a white patch between the nostrils, branded Ts conjoined on the near shoulder ; bay colt, small star on the face, black points, mane and tail, Ts conjoined on the near shoulder, supposed to be the property of Thomas Hassel, Esq., to whose station notice has -been sent ; damages 3d. each. To be sold 24 days from the first appearance in the Go vernment Gazette. James Me 'ay. 10s. 9d. Concord. — December 2nd, 1850 : — White and red cow, short tail, two brands near ribs, and brand near thigh not legible. The said beast was sent to graze, was lost, not found until the 2nd January, 1851 ; has a white and red heifer calf by her side. Red and white poley steer, if branded not visible. Also on 2nd January, 1851: — Yellow and white cow, short tail, branded near rump not legible, nea...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry —Fowls, from 2s. 6d. to 3s. Od. ; ducks, 3*. Od. to 3s. 3;J. ; ^eese, 4s. 6d. to 5s. ; turkeys, 8*. to 9.s. ; pigeons, 9(5.; wild ducks. 2s. 6d. to 0s. Od. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. 8d. to 3*. each. DAia'-PaooucE. — Fresh butter, 8d. to 9 J. : salt, ?5'i. to Sii.perlb ; cheese, Od. to fid. ; bacon, 6w-J. to Od. ?, lar-l.2-l ; egtjs, 9d. to 10J. per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 5s. to 5s. tf.l. p*r cwt. ; cabbages. Is. Gil. to 3*. Od. ; cauliflowers, 2s. 6d io 3s. 6d. ; lettuces. 0.1. to 6d. ; turnips, Os. Od. to Is 6d, per dozen ; parsley, 3d. per bunch ; celery. Is. Sd. ; leeks, -s. 3d.; pai snips, 1$. 3d. to 0s. Od. ; carrots, Is. 6d ; pumpkins, 3s. tid. to 0s. Od, per dnz'-n , peas; 7s. to 7s, .fid. per bushel; beans, 4s. Od. ; onions, 5s. to 8s. per cv»t. Fruit. —Oranges, 6d. to Is.. 3d. per dozon ; lemons, Lisbon, 4d. to 6(1. ; peaches, 3s Od. to 5a. 6(1. per basket ; pears, 3s. to 5s. per basket ; apples, 4s. Od. to 7s. per dozen ; loqu...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

gtjtSJimtg £nteUtgcnce» I' ARRIVALS. January 4. — Endeavour, U.S. barque, 252 tons Captain Hamblin, from the Whaling Grounds. January 4.— Souvenir, schooner, 62 tons, Captain [ Robinson, from Moreton Bay the 28th ultimo. | ' January .4— Toroa, schooner, 85 tons, Captain I Siholl, from Moreton Bay the 25th December. | January 4. — Lavina, schooner, 64 tons, Captain ! Murphy, from Moreton Bay the 29th December. I January G.-^-Roman Bmoeror, ship, 793 tons, ! Captain Champion, from Plymouth the 27 th Sep ; tember. ; January 6. — Trafalgar, barque, 528 tons, Capt. ? Wright, from Aelaidc the 20th December. I January 6. — Dart, brig, 154 tons, Captain Col [ lins, from' Port Phillip the 3Tst December. i January 6. — Wild Irish Girl, brig, 125 tons, Cap I tam xoua, trom iYdelaicte the lHtn December. I January 6. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captnin | Allen, from Moreton Bay the 2nd instant. I January 7. — Rodplph, U.S. schooner, 123 tons, I Captain Perry, from the Friendly Islands the 13th 1...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS.—SYDNEY INFIRMARY. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [?] [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

ORIGINAL .CORRESPONDENCE'* CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS.— SYDNpv INFIRMARY. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal ) I urjiNTL,isau',«, — ji seitftj me opportunity of th 1 approaching Annual Meeting of the subscriber! I to the Sydney Infirmary and Dispensary I to offer to public attention a few comments wh' K I will have for their object at once to rouse into ? I tivity, and to give a right direction to those bene- I volent feelings, the universal prevalence of, which I is absolutely essential to the well-being of man I kind. ; ' I Several of the most distinguished political econo- I mists-, and speculative enquirers of modem times (| havinsr written elaborately in sanarata tw»f;... .? ' I Encyclopedias, in Reviews, and in periodicals of a minor cast, with a view to rectify the long estab lished errors, which they assert have beclouded the public mind concerning 'Charitable Institutions.'. Malthus, Mill, and other eminent disciples of the same politico-philosophical school, have reason...

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Ireland. THE TENANT LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

Inltiittt. *? . . THE TENANT LEAGUE. , u Is perfectly evident that the agitation for '. tenant r,-g.]lt jlas w{tjim |t the germ of salvation for Ireland, and one of the most powerful arguments ; m its favour is derived from the fact that all the J \'irna Oi tlie kmSdom hitherto opposed to popular rights, are almost unanimous in decryiug the pro ceedings of the League, and attributing to its in ueace circumstances over which it could by possi «»ty exercise no control. .Based upon the princi ples ot justice, and having for its object the general euare oi Irishmen, the League can afford to '?ugh to scorn those attacks which are day after aay vested against it. The Mail is loud iu its call Ue executive to interpose its authority to sup press the proceedings, but we hold too high an opinion of Lord Clarendon to think for a moment that he would listen to the ravings of a disappointed faction for the subversion of a conditional body. As the League has taken the most watchful pre caution to...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. Before W. H. K[?]RR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

Bomt$tit Untilltgnue. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVKNT ESTATES. Before W. H. Kkrr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. NEW INSOLVENT. The following estate was sequestrated on Mon day : John Gildon Hand, of Parramatta Road, near Sydney, licensed victualler. Amount of liabilties, £33G 3s. 9d.; of assets, £193 13s. 3d. ; and of de ficiency, £142 10s. 6d. Mr. George King, official assignee. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. January. — Tuesday, 14. — Patrick M'Keon, a special m eeting, to decide upon an offer of composi tion, at 11. . Wednesday, 15. — John Grahame and Co., a spe cial meeting, at half-past 10. Thursday, 1 6. — John Lord, a first meeting, at 1 1 ; Mary Ann Ryan, and Richard Cullen, for cer tificates, at noon. At Bathurst — Daniel Healy, a single meeting, at 11. Thursday, 23. — John Rafter, a third meeting, at half-past 10. Friday, 24. — John Lord, a second meeting, at 11. Thursday, 30. — Lewis Moss, for certificate, at noon. February. — Saturday, 1. — Samuel Terry Hughes, an adjour...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. The Roman Emperor. — This ship has brought news to the 26th September. The only matter of importance recorded in the English papers seems to be the increase in. the price of wool. The price of tallow was also improving. We have received a copy of the address of the Synod of Thurles which we shall lay before our readers next week. There is no truth whatever in the statement which ap pears in the Herald's supplement on Monday, as to the want of unanimity manifested bv the Bishous. The address was carried by acciarnation, without a single dissentient voice. The Queen and Prince Albert were enjoying ' themselves in Scotland, and were not expected to- take their departure until October. Mr. Monaghan had been appointed Chief Justice of Common Fleas in Ireland at the reduced salary of . £4000.' Mr. Hatchell succeeded to the oilj.ee of Attorney-General, and Mr. Sei-geant O'Brien, was talked of as Solicitor-General. The stamp duty on newspapers, and the duty on ad verti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

* How can that be a ' purely temporal question' upon which depends the further question, who is the true Bishop of Sydney ? Surely it is a spiritual question of the utmost importance, for it in volves all the differences between Anglicanism and Catholicism. If the Holy See is the source of juris diction, then his Grace the Archbishop of Sydney claims the allegiance of all Christians in New South Wales. If, on the other hand, Queen Victoria is the source of jurisdiction, then his Grace himself and all his people are bound to submit to Dr. Broughton. It is a vital question touching the sal vation of souls. Wfcat can Dr. Broughton mean by speaking of it as one of a ' purely temporal' character? j

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