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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

%VEI{ LY MIKTEO*OLOtfLOAL TABLE. VLNIATIO 01 UV flE TUZfaYOYsmIIT, 3u. "`'.., 1 M. Ix. I % iD. orxaruoa ...FE 7 70 76 711 N.. ICloudy iSuRuSDA ......... 870 j 7 172 001 8.W. l1)lio Ft'fDr ......... 9 68 78 72A ltw. Clear' D/aIOAL..t ... 1070 76 71 N.B. Cloudy SuxuA107........1. 7071.7.0 N. Cloudy h 7 N.H Cloudy fiaUA ..:, 970 73 70 70.11., Qoudy .- Ieaultetol ratwr."70°

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

TQ CORIRESPONDRNTS. The violent dqprilation, by mlitary forc in Ireland, of the peoýoal' righ to petlUotn.. rrludo'u that our apology so due to eltr,for not acknowldgng his monnt-, which f owever., n acoount of am line, was, aais inadmissible. His Stanish of the line Is F rh oas p merrn lot yroanr. e winll see that thsenutfmeut jars with the peaoefl march of lthoe Irish people tore dokeed. Slogy-tprter nmosy. depend on our never ftoasaking the working cma's inater.is.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

O'Fi a lb.-.-PoeTitisti,thle scheonerd t`.ls tan; Dunnett,'with sundries. Passenger-Mrs.Dnnett, Mr: and Mrs. Cain. Mr. and Mrs lHeory, snd four children. blin Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Smatith, Mr. Salmon, and Mr. Osmond. 11.-For the Whaile Fishery, he Ameri barque Clarkei, Dexter, with sperm oil, dc. Il.-For Luanceston, the brig Ufaqs, Gra)a"j er, with su dries. Passengers-Mr. J.Tregurtfa, and Mr. and Mrs. ilarkill. 11.--For Launceston,- ten brl Nairt/q, IUring. stone, with coals, &c. Passengra.-Mr. Ward Miss Jeffaies., . I he latest Sydney news received in'. England when the Alfred left, was by the overland mail from India, hence per WIestbrrcor. The Sheareek has made a fine run frosm Laencea. too, having been only silty.three hours, ineleding stoppages at Twofold Bay and Broulee. She rsports the Wi'lliam coming on to Sydney, to sail the day after her. The S6her arrived there from Port Phillip on the lstinstant, with sheep and cattle. The Tobago was about to return to Port Phill...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

-At-faor o'clock the -following letterflrom Mr. O'Connell was publishod to a third edition of the WIeekly Fretu'ee: " TO TiE PEOPLE OP IRaLAND. "* Merrion-square, 14th Oct., 1843. * Beloved fellow.conotrymen-I announce to you that which you will hear from other quarters - namely, that I have given this day bail to answer to a charge of ' conspiracy and other misdemeanours,' the first day of neat term, I make this announce, meat in order to conjrze the people, one and all, to observe the strictest and most perfect tranquility. Any attempt to disturb the public peace may be most disastrous-certaioly would be criminal and mischievous. " Attend, thene, beloved countrymen, to me. " Be not tempted-by anybody to break the peace, to violate the law, or to be guilty of any tumult or disturbance, The slightest crime against order or the public peace may ruin our beautiful and other. wise, triumphant cause. "If you will, during this crisis, follow my ad vice, and act as I entreat you to do, PA...

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"THE BEGINNING OF THE END." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

I* THE BEGINNING OF THE END,' -o- (From teb Tuablet) The lut day of esat week will be memoprble in ihe eaelse of Iceland. On that day' the, Repeal A.sscitialo? publishea the followiag t ' ApDRtS TO TUE 2t3SM PIOPLIe * Coirn Exebange Rooms, October 16, 1843. * Fiefleer.entrymen-Wo most heartily congra. talate ?e o·n yealr excelent 'temper and good sense, end on the Urtaquil deIpeanour end peaceable cono duct which you have evinced, and still evince, under circumstances of no small irritation. The manage meat (to speak in very mitigated terms) of the late proclamation must be admitted by all to be, at the least, highly incautious. We' could not say less, of it; sand we do not desire to say more at preseni, lest we should be accused of wishing to continue an excitement which it is our first object to mitigate and extinguish. " You know full well you can place the most ism plicit reliance upon us. We never will give you any advice inconsistent with your .safety, or with. the due mainten...

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MILITARY COERCION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

MILITARY COERCION. -o We published in a third edition of the last Weekly Fresme's Journal, bte govemment proelamation. We gave also the counter proclamation of :O'Con. nell and the Repeal Aseoclatios. Men of I-slsad, In this youear r hourf trial, be firm as yeeu re tempe. rate-behrave as you are geoeroea. Coasde Im pleisly is your leaders disunion at uach a time were fatal. Remember these things, and you are ftee. Your enemie are doing every thing that ia? genaity can devise to tempt you from your present eprrae of peaceful agitation. Be [firm, be prdent., bh wtchbful. The military damonstratlons that are beleg made demonstrate the intentione of your ruilei. What could be the meaning, let them ask themailves, of postponilg this proclamation to~l. Oeve of d? day of meeting t Could they bare meani to refraln from castioning the people until the pre. sence of the treeps amongst us would enable them to ect tbhepeeple down ; to run riot in tha bl;od of ntho lanoeet I To the very last hou...

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Irish News. "THE STATE PROSECUTIONS." CHARGE OF WILFUL AND CORRUPT PERJURY AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT REPORTER. HEAD POLICE-OFFICE, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

-0 ' THE STATE PMOSECUFIO'S." -oO [From the Weekly Freeman's Journl.] OHARGE OF WILFUL AND OORItUPr PERJUoY AGAINST THE GOVERINMENT REPOJITEH. HEAD POLICE-QFFICE, Yesterday (Friday) Messrs. M'Donogh, Q.C., and J. S. Cluose, with whom was Mr. J. M. Cantwell, as solicitor to Richard Barrett, Esq., proprietor of the Pilot newspaper, attended at this office before Mr. Magee, the presiding magistratre under the following circumstances. Several gentlemen were present, and amongst them Mr. Pierce Mahony, solicitor to John O'Connell, Esq., M.P. Mr. M' Ionogh said be appeared there on behalf of Richard Barrett, Esq., to tender Informations against a person named Frederick Bond Hughes, for having committed wilful and corrupt perjury by swearing certain seformations." lie was proceeding to enter on the case when he was interrupted by. Mr. Magee, who asked where the alleged offence had taken placel lr. M'Donogh replied that the informations had been sworn before Judge Barton, at his house in St...

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VESSELS LAID ON IN LONDON FOR THESE COLONIES. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

VESSELS LAIP ON IN LONDON FOR THESE COLONIES. (cram ,Hardy's ShIpping Lis, etober t7.)f' FOR SYD . "Y. Achilles, 350, Vesle, November 6 Creaoai, 400. Balley, November 9 Mary Nixon, 320. lMacdonnell, November 11 Ganges, 430, Macdonald, November IS A Ahahe, 320, Pearce, November 16 Hi?doo, 400, Beard, November 65 Idisabeth, 437, Morrice, (via Cork, with emigralts)i -November 24 Seaei George, 760, Nories, December 1; FOR PORT PHILKP,. Royal Corters, 629, Legg, October 29 Arab, 269, Dalgaroo, October 28. Williav Mhiecaa!f, 447, Philipson, November 1 Sea gaqee, (0, Rlartyo, November 16, pOR HOBART TOWN." Kienv.r, 400,' Lidderdale, (Goverqmemt stors), October 30 Emsma Egnis, 383, ISettlewell, (coveiats), No. vember 7 Marior, 484, Guthrie, (convicts), November Q Gale/le,400, Ramsay, November 10) Lady Grqy,300, Hawkes, November 20 aepwqU, 300, West, November 20. FOR 0 lAUNQBeTON, Le.usa, 270, Pallot, November 6 Arab, 6560, Westmoreland, November 10. FOR ADELAIDE. Teglioui, 450, Black, Novem...

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THE PROGRESS OF COERCION—THE PROGRESS OF REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

T7E PROCGRESS OFP COERCIO&N,--T E.T ' POGRESSB OF REPEAI,..,' .(Frm the Tablet.) SSince we last appeared before our readers we have hal i 'aeek of coercion. Well, and how do matters toe at the end of the week t Whal effect has coor cion produced ? Has it in any respect chlanged the appearance of the question ? Are the Repealers coerced into silence ? Do they cease their agitation ? Have they been frightened into giving upi their courts of arbitration ? Do litigants refuse toattend and re ceive justice at the hands of the Arbitrators ? Have thobcontribhtions of the people ceased to flow into the Repeal treasury 1 What change has been brought about by this sudden transition from a "do.nothing" to a vigorous government ? In what one respect has the complexion of affairs been alte:ed by the Xantippe of the Castle emptying her foul vessel upon Mr O'Connell's devoted head t We profess we are puzz!ed for an answer. As far as we can gather from an attentive perusal of the Irish pape...

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Irish News. THE STATE PROSECUTIONS—TENDERING OF BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

F-rom the' Weekly lreemual'a Journial. TIE STATE PROSECUTIONS--TEN . i l.;D. LRNG OF BAIL.: Monday the following gentlemen, against whom informations' had.. beei sworn fbr "conspirlcy 'and otheir 'miisdemeanours," came. irii, iording to notice, to give bail for their. appearance on tle' first day. of ndxt term, to answer such ih'larges as may be pre ferred against theni by the Attorney-Gehicral; The parties attended "atfihliouse of the Hon. Justice Burton, Stbphen's-green South, at three o'dldeli, ilihe the following gentle mn uwer tenr ied an accepte, asstreties to tie several gentleime charged in the in formations. Dr. John Gray, Frceman's Journal---him self in £500, and- .Alderman Gardiner, Queen-street, with Robert M'Clelland, Esq., T. C. Summer-hill, in £250 each. . Charles Gavin Duffy, Esq., Nation-him self in £500, Alderman Grace, Capel-street, and Patrick O'Brien, Esq., in.£250 each. .. Thomas M. Ray, Esq.-himself in £500, and John Kelsh, Esq., Townsend-street, with Patrick ...

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MESMERISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

MESMERIISM. -0-" [From the Cork Examiner.1 That we live in an, age of wonders is incontestibly evident, and that the Ihenomena we daily witness beffl- reason and experience and set the calculations of the most ingenious minds at defiance is equlally true and indisputable. But a few days ago and the members of the lBritish Association unfolded the arcana of nature's devious mysteries before tile astonished vision of the people of Cork. Tile talked de omnibus rebus' et quibusdam eliis : words of "learned length and thundering sound" issued in prohific and stunning abundance fiom their practised lips. The vulgar stated, the educated were puzzled -all pesonus, in reference to the Associates. were something in the position in which tii' Village School-master placed his pupils, when " Stilt they tazed and sttill the wonder grew, That otrt small head should carry all ie knew." --It was surprising to witness the effect which tlhe -savans produced from the base t7 the summit of society. Nor ...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

THE MIONING:' CHRONICLE. IVEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1844. "Be justaud tuar ot: it aill theo ndthou atm' at betby country'., Thy 6oirs, and nt'st'. 8Abkspeaore. IRISH NEWS. INFATUATION OF THE MINISTRY-PROCLA MATION OF LORD DE GREY TO GAO THE PEOPLE-THE RIGHT OF PETITION SUP PRESSEb BY THE BAYONET--PERJURY OF THE GOVERNMTNT SPY-O'CONNELL HELD 'TO BAIL FOR. SEDITION AND CONSPIRACY. By the Alfred, which sailed from Plymouth on the 2nd November, and the Neptune, from Cork on the 26th October, we have received English aad Irish papers, contain iqg news of the highest importance to Ire land, and of course, to the Empire. The ministry astounded at the progress of Re peal, and unwilling--perhaps unable, to do justice to' Ireland, but adding wrong upon wrong, have approached its climax; --afraid to draw the sword, they resort to the.miserable shift of legal prosecution; forbidding- by proclamation, open, legal, peaceful, meetings; and holding O'Connell and-seven or eight other gentlemen to bail...

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RELATIONS OF LANDLORD AND TENANT IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

RELATIONS OF LANDLORD AND TI'ENANT AN IlllAAD. - " Friom the ubln anng post.) 'iV'We pubihc?a he tolliowing letter, '.ritten by the il .known and' justly celebrated corr e nupdent sof ?hleMorning C irlepI ?u?'who sigh 'iiIelf." One to ha aWh stled et}e PIoogh. -,?' ' Trialf.;r" Al tiler'-'Blaoek Seep O oio-is fa Out'gef-'wb?r conmmitted ? Ir-..lfead ol .wd I had written a rather long introduction to tha letter, deietiptive of what miay`he o~edlld tlhoclase crimes of Englhaild aud Ireilad Hlt, Io'vever worthy of our,atltention this com alrisnn of agrarian outrages. in thie wo countries may Ite, it must be laid aside for lsel present. The staterrents I now Is? before thie public are too momennous to be post ponedby iotroductory remarka ,howqqer philosophic :-are 'toomwell 'adopted to the simplest comprehen siaD toreqTijre ai peface ' If was on the 'eveni'dg of Satutrdy, the 29th of July, that I :resolve.d,in. )uhblin to leave with the first morning coach for :,itl;?eny. I so resolved ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

"?he, dMorning, crooicle' .is, published twiee a; week, on Wednesday and , asurday; annd is extenSieely circulated throughout Ne .South. Wales,' ran Dieneu' Land, South Ad ira. lii, Neu Zealand, and India; and in Rilan, Seoland, and Irelaid.- The iarters end od ithe 31st MaSiTh ' 301h'ruae, .Otk' Spte nber,,and Blst Decenmber; at which periods' only subscribers cnn decline receiving: it; fer- ,pdying I?e amount due.-4Adnertlsers: sh'dui d mark'oi ebch' adoetiiemnent the number of insertions.reuired; b'Stherwis "tl?hey are continued lil countermanded. Orders: t : " diicontise ur. ilier advertisements must b~ensetin before six o'clock on the"e eveiugs 'of Tuesday, Tlhursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are reeeived till siiO'!clck on the-eveniig'before publicaition.-AllU1iiiructions',iust be given in writing, and'altleteers postpaid, " ii i' ... .. . :: l :: .... ... - · ' " '~·L:teuC"B~~''d Ilocrc n:~:-in~·b/r itl~iir.L;I';i;i~~E~~;~~r e·itei~r;'s~ (I:" srr bfpi· -·-n-- nT S...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

ARRI VALS PFa, 1Q.-From Moretona a, having left the lot Instant, the seoamer Soarvlign, ape, with wool, &o. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Pickering, Mis Ienmp, Mr. Hughes, and four in the steerage. 10.-From PorPhbillip, via Launceston and Two. fold Bay, having left eurt, Plhillip pa the 4th, Lsuna ceston on the 7th, and Twofold sy oan the9th inst., the steamer Shoearoek, 200 tons,' Gilmore, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mirs. Lnghorne and two children, Mrs. Carfree, Islls H. (arfrae, Mass I. Carfrae, Master Carfrae, and two infants, Mr. qad (Ulre Price, Messrs, llroadfoot," Qriifths Westby. Strong, Splat., Urquhart, Manton, 0. and J. Boyd, Townsend, Sparks. Craig, Capltain ()ldrey, R.N , Hanusgao, Clarke, Kenelt. Burgeis, Browne, Jonel, Bersy, Ioarne, Coas, Davis, and Orluk. shank. Il.-From London, via Plymouth, having left the former place on the 2od November. the barque Al-r.t, 716 tons, Brelt, with a general cargo. Pas. sengers-Dr. Dawson, Mrs Dawson. Mr.and Mrs. Lethbridge...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

MARRIED, On Saturday the 10th instant, at St. Mary's Ca- thedral, by the Very Reverend F. Murphy, Vicar- General, Mr. J. W. Barrett to Jane Marian, daugh- ter of Mr. Patrick Plunkett. DIED,     At Parramatta street, on Wednesday, 8th inst. Henry, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine, aged 16 days.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

The Paris " Constiottionnel" says "The danger must have- appeared exceedingly manifest, or tAe politiol inaterest exceedingly pressing, to induce Sir R. Peel, after having allowed O'Coo. nell to go on up to the present time, to act in so energetic a manner. He must have clearly seen that what lie interdicted to-day he allowed yesterday, and that he should be called to account for the contra. :dlction." " Everything announces," saia thpb Courieri'Frdanoas, " that if Government still meets with resistance, it is decided to appeal to arms, and to submit the differences between the two nations to the blind and brutal justice of the red-coats. May the leader of the agitation bring to a successful ter mination the cause for which he has not ceased a single day to light." The Naotioal traces the pro. clamation to French advice, in a council held at Eu And the Press. reminds us of a former struggle end. ing In victory a " On the 18th of January, 1831, the government arrested Messrs. O'Conne...

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THE MEN OF THE TIME AND FOR THE TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

HI"E MEN OF THE 'TIME AND FOl TILIE TIMB. -0. [From the Weekly Fe-eman's Journal:' Despite the goverament and their coercion-des. pile their opposition to public libery;, and their violatlon of the right of the subject to complain, we have held our monster meeting. The monster meet. ing at ClontaeI came off on Monday night at the Rotunda, and on the same day at' the Theatre, for the aggregation of the Repealers on those occasions, wee * a monster meeting." It matters not whether men assemble under the broad canopy of Heaven or in a banquet hall-whether they proclaim their determination befose myriads, or pledge themselves to an eternal brotherhood of Irishmen where thou sands only are collected, the effect' is the ?ame. Pablie opinion is pronounced. Men's determination is made known. Their intentions are proclaimed, rid they ashw forth unto their country the hope they hold fer her independonce. Such are the effects of the banquet upen yesteday,, auperadded.to those of the meeting wh...

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AN EFFICIENT AND ACCURATE INFORMER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

AN. EFFICIENT. -AND .ACCURATE. IN. FORMER. -o S[Froni the Weekly FIsmans aournal, Oct. c1) We plase before our readers to-day a report, of proceedings hid at the police ofices yesterday, and calculated to illuslstiat the character of the evidence upon'whbich convictions are espected to be obtained is the pendi; state trials. 'To our English readers -even to the' supporteis of the present Goveonment .-this'aepeed will come with no less of surprise than horror; bsut, however horrified Irisbhme may be at the eiposure of the infamous means adopted to de prive their coiantylmen of persnnal liberty, it will come upon them without surprise, fto the memory of the O'Brien., the Reynolds', the Newell., and the Hughes' of other days, is too vividly piese?t with them to permit 'of their looking upon he set of the Hughes of '43 as other than'. part of one 'grand and infamous whole. ' For masy days pllst the' flme ii the Standsid,lthe Post'andd'thi other Einglish organs of the govtro menot ?ie?ae...

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O'CONNELL AS A PLEADER. THE DONERAILE CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

O'CONNIELL AS A PLEADEI. -o TIIE DONLRAILE CONSPIRACY. The follow;ag graphic desctiption of the infamous conspiracy by which it was attempted to sacrifice the people at Duneraile, and of O'Connell's part in that extraordinary proceeding, are taken from a new work entitled "Ireland and its Rulers since 1S29" : " 'error.struck at the fate of the first batch of prisoners, the friends of the accused determined to procure O'Connell's presence. Harshl things were openly said about his refusing to attend, and the attorneys for the prisoners despatched a peasant upon horseback to Darrynane, to implore him to come to Cork. The messenger left town on Satur. day, and arrived at l)arrynano early on Sunday morning. When O'Connell read the' slaughtering' speech of Mr. Doherty, and found that four per sons weets found guilty on evidence in which his keen and practised eye discerned much rottenness, and when the murmurs of popular displeasure (how ever unreasonable) fell upon his ear, he resolved t...

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