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

* Correspondence respecting the Bishoprics Australia, printed by order of the House ot ton mons, on the motion of Sir K. Inglis. t 1

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TO THE INFANT JESUS ASLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

TO TflE INFANT JESUS ASLEEP.,. (From the Rambler. } Sleep holy Babe Upon thy Mother's breast ; The Lord of earth, and sea, and skyr How sweet it is to see thee lie In such a place of rest ! ' Sleep holy Babe Thine angels watch around, All bending low with folded wings , ?Before the incarnate King of Kings, In reverent awe profound. Sleep holy Babe; . While I with Mary gaze In jov upon that face awile, Upon the beatific smile Which there divinely play». - Sleep holy Babe, Oh snatch thy brief repose ; Too quickly will thy slumber break, And then to lengthed pains awake, Which death alone shall close. . Then mus£ those hands Which now so small I see, Those feet so lovely and divine, That flesh so delicately fine, Be pierced and rent for me. Then must that brow .Its thorny crown receive ; That cheek which now so roseate glows Be drenched Avith blood and marred with blows, That I thereby may live. 0 Lady blest ! To thee I suppliant cry ; Forgive the wrong that I have done, In causing by ...

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

By virtue of this supremacy, the clergy are bound to admit and consecrate, what person soever the King shall present to any bishopric, upon penalty of incurring ptcmtmire ; and the consecra tion _is to be performed by such and so maray as the King shall appoint ; which persons are to do this work not by virtue of any ecclesiastical juris diction 111 them, but as the King's delegate, who bv his letters-patent commands them to consecrate the elect bishop ; and in them if- there be any canoni cal defect or impediment, the King by 'his roval supreme spiritual jurisdiction dispenses with 'it. Both which things are evident by the patent for the consecration of Archbishop Parker in Queen Eliza beth ; by the instrument of the said Archbishop's confirmation, and by the practice ever since ' . Collier's Eccles. Hist : Part 2, Book 2.

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

REVIEW, ( From the Catholic Standard. ) ; The Social, and Intellectual state of England compared with its Mural condition ; a Sermon delivered in St. John's Catholic ; ( Jiurck, S/ilford., By the Right Rev. N. ' Wiseman, D.D. London : Rbhardson. The above sermon was preached to a crowded congregation in the large Church at Salfbr-d, on the; last Sunday of last month. In the midst of a population absorbed in in dustrial pursuits, and inclined to pride itself on its manufacturing skill and on its secular ;„ * a'.)l. ran na aUnvt* nflipr nnrfS nf the WOfld. the Preacher skilfully selected the text, which narrates the justification of the humble above rhe self-satisfied. Pharisee, as a subject thai might well engage the attention of the peop'e of Salfbrd. He shews a striking con trast between the earthly magnificence and intelligence of the great heathen powers of the ancient world, and the humble little kingdom of Israel, whose pride and treasure was their religion. And then he puts it...

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DR. BROUGHTON'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

DR. BKOUGHTON'S LETTER. The Queen's Bishop of Sydney has published a letter to Dr. Wiseman in defence of the jurisdiction which he exercises in this colony, by virtue of her Majesty's letters patent. He professes to write as a Bishop, to a Bishop. We, in our turn, beg leave to write as a layman to a layman — and we begin by giving him a hint which he will do well to observe when he again attempts to write as a Bishop whether to a Bishop or any one else, lue Apostle says, ' It behoveth a Bishop to be ......sober, prudent,.... i. no striker, but modest, and not quarrelsome.' He counsels a Bishop to ' pursue justice ? charity, patience, mildness.' If such characteristics should manifest themselves iu a Bishop's letter, Dr. Broug'aton has signally failed in his attempt to assume an episcopal semblance. The letter is not 'sober,' for it is theoffspring of temporary excitement. It is not ' pru dent,' for it will invite discussion on sub jects which, for his own sake/ had been better left ...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. CONVERSION OF THE REVEREND T. W. ALLIES, RECTOR OF LAUNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

-gtfima$tical {intelligence. CONVERSION 03? THE ..REVEREND T. W. ALLIES, HECTOR OF LAUNTON. We have much pleasure in announcing the highly important fact that the author of #c The Church of England cleared from the charge of Schism,'- has submitted to the Catholic Church. He has been for some time not only a leader among the High Church party, but we may say with peri eet truth, the champion of Anglicanism. The above men tioned work was the most learned defence of the Anglican position, that has appeared since the re ligious ' movement f began. ' His arguments were the last standing ground wnicn supported nis party, in the Anglican sea of troubles. He labored hard. He made out the clearest case he could from the records of antiquity, and pleaded with all the earnestness of a man who ardently desired to con tinue in the Ch,urch of England if he could con scientiously do so. He did the utmost man could do to sustain an untenable position, and, for a time, he was probably led, like mos...

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

JUST PUBLISHED, Price 6d. MOORE'S SYDNEY COMMERCIAL ALMANAC FOR .1851. |^ONTENTS:— Eclipses of the. Sun and \j Moon ; Jewish' Feasts and Fasts.; Su preme Court Holidays ; Insolvent 'Court ; Bank Holidays and Discount Days ; Savings' Bunk ; Sydney Corporation : Councillors, Aldermen, and Assessors of each Ward ; Cus'om Housp Fees ; Colonial Government ; Executive Council; Members of the Board ot Education ; Phases of the ^oon ; Rising and setting of the Sun ; Tide Table ; Garden er's Calendar ; Custom House Duties ; Bonded Stres ; License Fees ; Departures of Steamprs and Coaches ; Post Towns ; Cure for the Bite of a Snnk'e ; with a copious Chronology of Remarkable Events, Brths and. Deaths of Illustrious Men. Sydney : Pui.li.-hed- 1 y .1 MOORE, 327 and\328, George-street, opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. Sold in Parramatta by E. Mason ; Moreton Bay,J. Swan, Courier Office ;. Maitland, .1. Broderick ; Mor ppthi .1. Ileilly ; ? Bathurst, J. Lonera»an ; Wollotir fjong, J. Wiles. ACCOUN...

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ADDRESS OF THE COUNCIL OF THURLES. [The following article appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald of last Saturday.] [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

ADDRESS OF THE COUNCIL OF THURLES. [The following article appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald of last Saturday. ] At a iate hour this evening this much-coveted document was laid before an expectant public, not, however, through the columns of the Tablet or Freeman, but in the form of a pamphlet under the title of the Synodical Address of the Fathers of the National Council of Thurles to their Beloved Flock, the Catholics of Ireland, and is published ' by au thority' of the Fathers aforesaid. Time will not permit of more than a brief reference to Its con tents, four-fifths of which are devoted to the educa tion question and a furious onslaught on the Go vernment colleges. Upon this latter subject the Tablet was correct in its assertion that those insti tutions have been condemned root and branch. There can be no mistake in such language as this : — ' it is by the sternest sense of duty — by a pain ful but irresistible feeling of necessity — that we are compelled, dearly beloved, to...

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THE NATIONAL SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

THE NATIONAL SYNOD. , On Tuesday, September 10, took place the third and closing session of the Synod. The Ecclesiasti cal ceremonies and observances were in every re spect similar to those at the opening of theSynod, and which it is, therefore, utlnecessay to recapitu late. ' The attendance of both Clergy and laity was most numerous, and there was an immense multi tude of country people assembled about the pre cincts' of the Cathedral. At half-past ten o'clock the Bishops wearing sputans, and rochets, with pec toral cross, entered the cathedral in procession from the college. High Mass was celebrated by his Grace ! the Most Reverend Dr. Slattery, Archbishop of j Cashel : the Reverend Mr. Lanigan, Administrator, i Thurles, was Presbyter Assistant ; the Reverend Dr. Qutn, Deacon ; and the Rev. Dr. Woodlock, Vice-President of All-Hallows College, Drum condra, Sub-Deacon. The Rev. Dr. M'Hale, of the , Irish Collge at Rome, together with the Rev. Messrs. Keogh and Ford, officiated as Ma...

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THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION OP 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBI TION OF 1851. Many works of skill have been sent home from this colony to the great exhibition of 1851. There will be sufficient, we trust, to show that although far removed from our parent land in position, we are not so far behind its people in mechanical skill or even in ingenuity of design as has been generally assumed. But it is doubtful whether a sufficient quantity of articles hare been sent home to Illl bUti SpilUC JU LUC CALULUljlUli WillUU UrlS been set apart for New South Wales. This will create a false and a discouraging idea as to the extent of our diligence. People in England will not be fully aware of the diffi culties which our manufacturers have had to .. contend against, and will naturally conclude that the specimens before them are all that we could get up. Now this is far from being the true state of the case, There are very many persons who would have sent home single specimens of various kinds if they had had a proper opportunity aff...

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REMISSION OF PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

REMISSION OF PUNISHMENT. We know not how it is that persons who have been sentenced in a Court of Justice are almost systematically cast again into society long before they have passed through the term of punishment awarded to them. There are, we believe, some regulations under which ' these remissions of punishment are made. But however this is done, the doing of -it has in many cases, caused a good deal of dissatisfaction and some injury. . It has drawn murmurs of dissatisfaction even from the Bench. The judges naturally feel that this indiscriminate remission of' ' punishment renders their sentences, to'a great, extent, uncertain. They may impose a : punishment' which they may think even less ' ' than the offence of the culprit demands,— for there are many cases in which the punish ment fixed by law is scarcely proportionate - to the offence — but they cannot' be sure that ? even this insufficient punishment will be in flicted. And the frequent appearance of the criminal to answe...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JANUARY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JANUARY, 1851. 9 T Of the Octave, sd. 10 F Of the Octave, sd. / 11 Sat Of the Octave, sd., in vesp : commemor. cf 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., O. S. B., S. Maurus, ap. d., 2nd class. , ? -, 16 T S. Marcellus, p. and mart. sd. VI F S. Anthony, ab. d. . . 18 Sat Chair of S. Peter at Rome, d.m. 19 S Second after Epiphany, Feast of Holy Name of Jesus. . 20 M SS. Fabian and Sebastian, mm. d. '21 T S. Agnes, v. and m.d. 22 W SS. Vincent and Anastasius, mm. sd. 23 T S. Raymond of Pennafort, conf. sd., 0. S. B., Feast of desponsation of B. V. M., d.m. 24 F S. Timothy, bp. and m., sd. 25 Sat Conversion of S. Paul, d.m. 26 S 3rd Sunday after Epiphany, sd. 27 M S. John XDhrysostom, bp. and doc. d. 28 T S. Polycarp, bp. and m., from 26th sd. O. S. B., S. Paul First Hermit. 29 W S. Francis of Sales, ...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH letters and communications to the Editorsani the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that, the writers of all communica tions should furnish the EditoTS with their real names and address. Alchou^h this information 13 not required fop publication, it is requiaite'aa a guarantee of their being genuine. In order to save time, trouble, and posta«e. we propose to acknowledge the receipt of monev letters in this part of our papnr. Received from T. S.. Port Fairy ..£{ 0 0 C. F.. Goulbum .. 3 0 .0 '

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"In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas." THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Cha?'itas.' THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. The European papers which have recently arrived in this colony, teem with accounts of the Peace Congress lately held at Frank fort. Its object is. to unite the nations of the world together in the bonds of fellow ship and good will, and to put an end, for ever, to the horrors and destruction of war. Whatever be the prospect of establish ing permanent and^ universal peace upon earth, it does appear certain that such aeon cuuimuuiuu UUU1U 'Uiy k»O ctlilVCVi u/u ~j gradual softening and refinement of men's manners, and the subjection of those ten dencies to aggression which belong to our nature, to higher and nobler principles. So long as men war on the persons and property of their fellow men, though hostile armies may not be arrayed against each other, perfect peace will not prevail, and the weak will always be subject to the oppression of thc4 strong. It is the suppression of vice and cr...

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A PARIS NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

A PARTS NEWSPAPER. (From Dickens' Household Words) Within the precincts of that resort for foreigners and provincials in Paris the Palais Royal, is situate the Rue du 24 Fevrier. This revolutionary name, given after the last outbreak, is still pronounced with difficulty ^ by those who, of old, were wont to call it the Rue de Valois. People are becoming accustomed to call the royally named street by its revolutionary title, although it is pro bable that no one will ever succeed in calling the Palais Royal, Palais National ; the force of habit being in this instance too great to efface old recollections. Few foreigners have ever penetrated into the Rue de 24 Fevrier, though it forms one of the external galleries of the Palais Royal, and one may see there the smoky kitchens, dirty cooks, — the night side, in fact, of the splendid restaurants whose ? giltfronts attract attention inside. Rubicund apples, splendid game, truffles, and ortolans, deck the One side ; smoke, dirty plates, rags...

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

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

- TO OUE SUBSCRIBERS. ' ' '~~~ In order to secure a punctual delivery of .the paper to bur City Subscribers Mr. p. Speerwg has been appointed Agent, as also to assist \'!r. Derepas in soliciting and re ceiving subscriptions. Such of our Subscribers as do not receive fcheir paper in due time, will please to in form the Agent, at Mr. J. Moore's, the Publisher's Office, George-street, either ver bally or by letter; we shall charge the runner with the expense, and see the irre gularity rectified. Subscribers may receive the Freeman's Journal any time during the quarter.

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

%1|7ANTEl).--iiii A^PEENJiCE to TV the Printing Business, to whom liberal wages will be given. 'Apply fo Mr. Edwatd M'Encroe, George-atreet, ndikr Battiurst-sWeet, who Will give reference to the parties requiring the apprentice. , :j JTHOMAS. C: GOSLING, jft C e OU NTA N'T aud . Commission j J^L A-gent, Merri-street, Warram'bool. j ; 'fcr. fe. i-A^enfc for the Freeman's Journal,; Sydney Courier, Irish Exile, and Geeio^g In T«ij,iGENCEai , ^-r~S ' PATENT HYDRO-OARBON GAS. \k j . ? ————— . \^ AT a Meeting held at the Royal Hotel,. j on Thursday, the 19th day of I)e cember, 1850, of parlies favourable to the introduc tion of the HYDRO-CARBON GAS into the icjgnj//,'] on the motion of Mr. A. M. a'BecketJi Mr. Norj&Jn i was called to the chair. .. / ^ . . /-J ' It was moved by Mr. Holuoyd, fceconaed bvjMr. ' Breillat, and carried unanimously — ^—-^ ?? That it is expedient that a company be formed for the purpose of introducing the Hydro-carbon Gas into the Australian colonies.' Mo...

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THE IMPRISONMENT OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF TURIN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

THE IMPRISONMENT OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF TURIN. (From the Tablet.) It must certainly be confessed by all, whether friends or - foes, that Holy Church is nver the same, and does not change. Driven into exile, and, in a manner, sitting ai the gaxfe of a foreign Prince for his daily bread, the Vicar of Jesus Christ still speaks' ' with authority ' to all, even like his Divine Master, and, without minding the confused din of babbling philosophers, and the dissolute multitude whom they lead astray, he proceeds aa before. Perhaps the world thought that now the Pope was in ixauuie, dp wouiu ue uniKiug some uuuues sions to the powers of this world ; at all events, yielding somewhat to opinion ; not throwing his doctrines in the very teeth of the revolutionists in their most insolent hour of triumph. Not at all; the exile of Portici . considered solemnly the great dogma of the Immaculate Conception ; and, returning to Home, he canonised a Jesuit Missionary, and a poor shepherdess of Provence; h...

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IRISH ORPHAN GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

IRISH ORPHAN GIRLS. We have just received a communication from a Catholic Clergyman informing us of the uncivil and improper conduct of certain Protestants in his district who have Catholic Orphan Girls in their service. He, as a matter of duty, wished to see these girls in order to impart to them instruction, and to afford to them an opportunity of complying with the sacred functions of their religion. He was denied an interview, and was told that they were not Catholics, though he had in his possession a written statement from the Secretary of the Orphan Committee that the girls hired by the parties,alluded to, were Catholics. He suggests that in order to obviate such shameful proceedings in future, no Catholic Orphans should be per mitted to enter the service of Protestant masters, unless upon a certificate from the clergyman of the district that the applicants are likely to treat their servants in a Chris tian spirit. We concur in the propriety of this suggestion ; but as there ...

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