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Literature. ELEGY ON THE MELANCHOLY DEATH OF MR. GEORGE PLUNKETT AND HIS COMPANIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 9 January 1851

Literature.         ELEGY         ON THE MELANCHOLY DEATH OF MR. GEORGE   PLUNKETT AND HIS COMPANIONS.   O dark mysterious depths of human woe, How suddenly you gloom our brightest hour!   O scourging cruel world, who does not know, Who has not felt thy unrelenting power? Thy tempest bursts — and when it bursts around,   'Tis not the weed nor shrub that feels its stroke;   Ah! no, it oft'ner strews upon the ground   The blooming rose, or blasts some lordly oak.   O you who've heard the wail of anguish rise   For loved ones snatched by ruthless fate away;     Who've seen the blinding tears from faithful eyes Gush forth, and quench their bright and living ray;             &a...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. January 10. — James and Amelia, 33, Deanng; Australia, 45, Williams ; Scout, 23,Louther, all for Newcastle. ? . ? . January 11. — Stranger, 27, Croad ; Esther, 54 ; Elliott ; Currency Boy, 41, M'Neill ; Anna Maria, 49, Bonney ; Elizabeth, 3b', Tyrrell, all for New castle ; Gitana, 13, Foster ; Phantom, 23, Settree ; Sylph, 23, Lacey; Mary Ann, 16, Farrier; Cur rency Lad, 21, Speirs, all for Brisbane Water. January 13.— Mary Ann, 18, Greenfield, for Newcastle. January 14. — Traveller, 14, Gray; Victory, 19, Fisher, both for Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong ; Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Davis, for the Hawkesbury ; Chance, 38, House ; Active, 40, Melville ; Jane Williams, 33, Rowland, all for Newcastle.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. January 10. — Jane Williams, 33, Kowland; Scout, 23, Lowther ; James and Amelia, 33, Dearing, all for Newcastle; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. January 11. — Currency Lad, 21, Speirs ; Sylph, 23, Lacey ; Mary Jane, 32, Kelly ; Phantom, 23, Settree; Ghana, 13, Foster, all from Brisbane Water ; Elizabeth, 36, Tyrrel ; Adventure, 22, Peters, both from Newcastle. January 13.— Charles Webb, 24, Brown, from Kiama ; Wave, 17, Halcrow, from Shoalhaven ; Irial, 23, Bamfoul ; Mary Ann, 18, Deveral, both from Newcastle. January 14. — Traveller, 14, Gray ; Victory, 19, Fisher, both from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong Hawkesbury Lass, 14',' Davis,' from the Hawkesbury Active, 40, Melville ; Chance, 38, House ; Young Queen, 31, Thompson, all from Newcastle.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

sHKPiHng fintelligence. ARRIVALS. January 9. — William, hrig, 119 tons, Captain Skey, from Port Phillip, the 2nd instant. January 9. — Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Cap tain Gray, from Launceston the 24th December. January 9. — Harmony, ship, 529 tons, -Captain Papps, from San Francisco the 13th October, and Honolulu the 18 th November. January 9. — Henry Harbeck, U.S. barque, 398 tons, Captain Merwin, from San Francisce the 20th November. January 10. — Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Cap tain Brown, from Moreton Bay the 3rd instant. January '10. — Scotia, ship, .778 tons, Captain Strickland, from Portsmouth 22nd September. Januarv 10. — 'KHza Frances, baraue. 490 tons. Captain Morrison, from Newcastle. January 11. — Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wybrow, from Moreton Bay the 3rd in stant. January 11. — Chief. U.S. barque 495 tons, Ctp tain Kellor, from Panama the 23rd October. January 11. — Alpha, barque, 357 tons, Captain Edwards, from London the 13th July. January 12. — Veloc...

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TEETOTALLERS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

TEETOTALLERS. ( To the Editors of the Freeman1 s Journal. ) Gentlemen, — I am now on the verge of my grand climacteric, and having, for about ten years, after a previously rather marked career of intemperance, experienced the blessings of ' the pledge,' I would be anxious to see all men, women, and children, teetotalers — teetotalers in reality, not like many, who, professing to be so, yet scandalize the order, by their acts. One for example will drink nothing hut ginger beer or lemon syrup, but he does not hesitate to do so in the society of such as are getting, or, it may be, ha%re already got inebriated on beverages pro hibited to him. He will sit and sing, and, it may be, curse and swear and quarrel and fight, may gamble perhaps, among them, and yet, he is a tee~ totaller — a teetotaler, quotha, Oh fie ! But ' the gentleman in black' at his side, knows better ; so I shall leave the twain to settle the business be tween them, while I proceed. Another, besides indulging in these p...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT SCHOOLS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT SCHOOLS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentlemen, — A great deal has been said and written lately on the subject of Education, and men have come to think that after all it is more a party question than anything else, and not one about which parents need trouble their heads. If a mail has a boy to send to school, he asks first which is the cheapest, and next, where can he get most for his money ? — i.e., most reading, writing, and arith metic. Now, Gentlemen, / am a parent, a Catholic parent, and in a sermon I heard Ia3t Sunday at St.. Mary's there was something that struck me so very forcibly, that I am anxious to call attention to it His Grace the Archbishop told us, (what seems plain enough when we come to think of it,) that reading; writing, and arithmetic, though very good things in their way, are not Education. A man may have all these to perfection, and be a very bad man still. If there are such things as Death, and...

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AFFAIRS OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

rr''rr' AFFAIRS OF ROME. rWo ffive the following information Iran the Roman correspondent of the Times. ] ; Our readers will peruse it with interest, as , facts mentioned -are surely most honourable the Holy Father, though told with the usual insolence. How strange.it is, by the way, that the Government of the Holy See is thus insulted by the v«rv policy modern times so untruly call peculiarly W own-viz., a tenderness for human life—Ed. P rZhkt ]— ?' The Pope is still m Jiome, though every \ e calculated that long ere this he would have Tone to Castle Gondolfo. It appears, however, that the approaching Consistory for the, creation of stiven new Cardinals, whose names are already be fore you, and the discussion of the administrative reforms occupy all his time, and that his ,usual summer visit to the shades of Albano is to be post -. noned till autumn. The poor Pope is now sadly ji-Tplexed in mind in consequrnce of the conviction of six murderers, to whose sentence of decapitation, ^...

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MR. MC MANUS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

MR. MC MANUS. (From the Cornwall Chronicle, Dec, 28.) In our publication of Tuesday last, we expressed the indignation universally felt at the unkind treat ment Mr. Me Manus and other of the state prisoners bad received at the instigation of Mr. Mason, the police magistrate of New Norfolk, for leaving tbeir districts to visit Mr. Smith O'Brien, who is located at New Norfolk ; we then thought that the Governor of the colony, Sir William Denison, was ignorant of the mean and despicable treatment to which the state prisoners had been subjected ; and presuming that the reprimand Mr. Me Manus had received from the police bench in this town, and his pledge not to leave this district again without permission from the authorities was snffinient. we tliouo'htHhe matter was settled . and that Sir William Denison, acting in the spirit of liberality for which we gave him credit, would, at the earliest opportunity, render the practice of similar tyranny impossible, by giving to the par ties allu...

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Ireland. GALWAY AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

Jtreiantr. GALWAY AND AMERICA. 1 {From the Tablet.) The excitement and large expectations caused by the sailing of the Viceroy steam-ship from Galway a few months ago have given place to much better grounded speculations. We then stated our belief that constituting Galway a mere packet station for the transmission of mails between Europe and America would not of itself be productive of the amount of good which some ardent speculators cal culated upon, and that other requirements should be had before the establishment of such a station would be productive of advantage to this country m any appreciable degree. Of course no one could deny that the establishment of such a packet sta tion for the transmission of mails would be a con siderable saving of time in the conveyance of news, and that the now decayed and inactive town of Galway would be somewhat improved by it ; but it was, and is, abundantly clear that, until a great change in the mode of transacting commercial af fairs is made,...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. TUESDAY. Before W. H. K[?], Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

Bomettit intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. TUESDAY. Before W. H. Kbrr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Patrick M'Keon, a special meet ing was held to decide upon an offer of composition. The offer made was rejected by three fourths of the creditors present, whereupon another offer was \nado, which a majority of the meeting agreed to accept. NEW INSOLVENT. The following estate has been placed under sequestration : David Griffiths Jones, late of Twofold Bay, cattle dealer. Liabilities, £255 2s. Assets — value ot personal property, £49 IDs. ; outstanding debts, £175 10s. Amount of deficiency, £30 2s. Oflicitl Assignee, Mr. W. Perry. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Thursday, 16. — John Lord, a first meeting, at 1 1 ; Mary Ann Ryan, and Richard Cullen, for cer tiiicates, at noon. At Bathurst — DanielHealy, a single .meeting, at 11. Friday, 17. — Acton Sillitoe, a first meeting, at half-past 10 ; David Griffiths Jones, a first meeting, at half-past 11. ...

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CALIFORNIAN MATTERS IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

CAL1FORNIAN MATTERS 1 ;-T PARIS. (Translated from the Amide la Religion.) I know not whether your readers remem ber still my friend Diddler, whose many transformations I told you of last year. I have fresh news of thattnost interesting per sonage, tie met me in the street, and if he had not walked up to me with his hand extended I should certainly not have recog nised him, so great were the changes that a few months have wrought in his appearance. The limpy shapeless Jim Crow hat was re placed by an undeniable drab beaver ; hi3 hair was short, the long beard had been sacri ficed ; on the whole his toilet offered nothing eccentric but was of decent and almost ex quisite propriety. In a word, friend Did dler, the journalist, the ex-commissary, the fiery socialist, had quite the air of a decent citizen. I could not help expressing my surprise at the change. You have a thorough well-to-do air, said I ; have you had a legacy ? Not at all, answered he, I am about to be come myself a ricH ...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

EPITOME OF H PMb) NEWS. Baron Rothschild and Baron Haynau. — ?— Baron Rothschild writes as follows to the Times to explain his having introduced Baron Haynau to the brewery of Messrs. Barclay and Perkins-..=-r ' General Haynau presented himself with a letter of credit on my firm, and having received some money, he requested an introduction to Messrs. Bar clay ; and a letter — a copy of which I enclose — was given to him. I hope I shall be excused from draw ing your attention to this subject so long after the occui'rence, but a severe domestic affliction, and consequent absence from town, have prevented me from doing so sooner. — Lionel de .Rothscum.i . - - c New-court, Sept. 3. — Gentlemen — We have tie honor to introduce to.you the bearer of these lines, his Excellency Baron Haynau, and shall feel par ticularly obliged to you allowing the Baron and h\s friends to view your brewery. — We remain, geutl. - men, your obedient servants;, for M. Rothschild and Sons, B. Cohen. To Messrs. ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of the Rev. James Barnier, of Kiama, came too late to hand for this day's publication.

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Literature. THE SACRED HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

' '.?'???' ifct-t$raiuiW^ .????'? ; THE SACRED HEART. ' ?--?. Lines presented- to a Lady as a- substitute: Jar. Shelley's ' LinesUa am Indian A tr.' I arise from dreams of. time, Fi-oj&the, , shadows;, o£ this \life-. And the tombs and pjapes, waste . ? - ? Of,, .an, earth! of sin and strife ; , ,.;, ?? I arise^fron*. dreams of time,v ' Andlan angel guides my feet, ?. . Whereipn yon altar dim. .'..;-??.;, th^ Sacred' Heart doth beat, ; V.; '.'?'-'??'., ,The,lone.lamp qui.yers clear,. ^ ' j ... ' And ajwondrous silence reigns,, ?'., Onlv with low voice mud „'.':. ' . The, Holy one camplkins: ' 'Lo, I have waited' here ; , . And while thou heed'st not Me, The Heart of Mary's Son , . Beats, ever on for thee. . , In the womb of maiden meek, In the, cradle, on the tree, Pleart of undying flame, It liyed, beat, broke for thee, Now. round Me thunders speak ; Yet as then behold me now, ; Man of the wounded hands, G;od of the bleeding brow !' / O voice to the inward ear, O voice of c...

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THE INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

THE INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY. The Annual Meeting of this Institution was held on Tuesday evening last, in the Old Court House, Castlereagh-street, the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, President, in the Chair. Owing to the boisterous state of the weather the meeting was not as nu merously attended as the friends of charity and suffering humanity could wish. A very interesting report of the extensive operations of the Institution, and of the state of the funds was read and adopted, and ordered to be printed, which will convey to the public fuller information than our pages can admit. The following new Directors were elected in place of those who retired, Messrs. Long more, D. Jones, Donaldson, M.C., J. Smith, Fairfax, Coveney, Savage. Dr. Douglass was re-elected as Physician to the Infirmary, l)r. Tierney and Dr. Dixon were elected as ? ©i&|;rici Surgeons of the Dispensary. An adjourned meeting will be.held next.Monday at the Infirmary, when the subscribers will elect by ball...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. THE SYNODICAL ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THURLES TO THEIR BELOVED FLOCK, THE CATHOLICS OE IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

-£cclC0ia-mcal MUlUqcnce. THE SYNODICAL ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THURLES TO THElffc BELOVEDFLOCK, THE CATHOLICS OF^ l&^h AND. 'r(:Frofn the .Tablet.) ' Go and cry. in the. ear s of Jerusalem, saying :'; Thus saith the . Lord ?? 1 have : remembered thee pitying thy youth, and the love of thy espousalsj .v when thou followedst me in the desert, in a land that is not' sown. . '.-.'? . , '3. Israel is holy to; the Lord, the first fruits 'of his increase : all they that .devour him offend ; evils shall come upon. them, saith the' Lord. '4. Hear ye the Word of the,Lord,.O House of , Jacob, and all ye families of the House of Israel.' — Jeremias, . chap. ii. ' \ ? [For the convenience pf the reader^ we have specified under headings the different subjects ad . ' verted to in the Synodical Address. — Ed. Tab.'] : INTRODUCTORY. Very Rev. and Rev. Brethren, and you, our be , - loved children in Jesus Christ, the objects of our pastoral charge and devoted affect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

If JUST PUBLISHED, Price 6d... I MOORE'S i I' SYDNEY GOMMEROUL ALMANAC I* FOR 1851. I CONTENTS:— Eclipses of tho Sun 'and I \y Moon ) Jewish Feasts and Fasts ; Su-. I |ireme Court Holidays; Insolvent Court; Bnnk [' Holidays and Discount Days; Savings' Bank; ri Syilnfy Corporation t Councillors, Aldermen, and r Assessors of each Ward ; Custom House Fe.as ; : Colonial Government ; Executive Gouncil ; -Members ' (if liie Board of Education; Phases of the \loi-n ; ;. Rising and settine of the Sun ; Tide Table ; Gardfn ' ' er's Calendar ; Custom Ho»6e Duties ; Bonded i ?trts ; License Fi-es ; Departures of Steamers and , Coaches ; Post Towns ; Cure for the Bite of a Snake ; mill a copious Clironology of Remarkable Events, Iirilis and Deaths of illustrious Men. Sn-N«v; Published! y J MOORE,' 327 and 328, r George-street, opposite St. Andrew's Cathedral. . Sold in Parramatta by E. Mason ; Moreton Bay , J. I Saon, Courier Office ; Maitland, J. Broderick ; Mor | jftli J. Reilly ; Bathurst, J...

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THE HON. AND REV. MR. SPENCER IN KILKENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

: , ' THE; HON. AND' ;REV;-Mi'lSpfeEfi iv I ??,:::: ??-?. ;...?? ??KILKENNY.: pf*AUU\ I a On' Tuesday, the Hoii. and Rev. ]tfr c I made his second appearance in our citv f W I lapse of eight years,; to re-solicit the prayers!/!? I Irish for. the conversion of his countrymen I I eloquent\and feeling address he 'conveyed f? I audience his deep conviction of the efficacy of, i, I prayers.which followed his former solicitation ?f I spread of Catholicity in England at pS ! \' I uncertainty and wavering state of the meml^ I Oxford University— the one partynursed and £ I in mercantile speculations, indifferenttoalirelJ I uie secona, separated ny prejudice from all £» I course with their Catholic brethren, left him I posed to little danger of contradiction in attribJJ' I their return to the Church of Christ to th /? anxious entreaties, those ardent petitions whn ' 1 were fervently poured out for them by the Faiftfi? I The present position of affairs rendered him mo ' I sanguine in his secon...

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FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE CONVERSION OF MR. ALLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE CONVER SION OF MR. ALLIES. We extract the following paragraph from the Oxford University Herald of September .- — ' On Sunday afternoon last the Rev. T. W. Allies, Rector of Launton, announced from the pulpit to his con gregation, that he should the next day resign his benefice. He said, amongst other things, that ' he could not endure the infamy that contradictory doctrine, even upon the Holy Sacrament of Baptism, was permitted to be taught by the Ministers of the Anglican Church, and that while they would be told in the Church of Launton, that infants were regenerated by G,od's Holy Spirit in Baptism, they would hear just the contrary at the Church of Bicester. He would, therefore, give them a sermon no more by word, but by deed, in that he would of his own accord resign his living, teaching them, thereby that they should follow the truth whither soever it might lead them.' Mr. Allies was received into the Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday last, by the ...

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THE CHOLERA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

THE CHOLERA, We are glad to find that some consideration for the critical position we are placed in, has already attracted the notice of the Sydney press. In an article in the Sydney Mornimj Herald of Tuesday last, we had our attention called to the danger of that remarkable disease called ' Cholera inorbus' info these territories. It is a disease marked by its very name as 1 a deadly one. A disease which has ob- 1 taiued for itself through its own fearlul | ravages, through romance writers, and the 1 uniform progress which it has made, a fear ful influence over the minds of men. We argue that every preparation shyuld be made to check its ravages here. We laugh to scorn the subtle theory pro- ! pounded by some persons, and ia some measure adopted by the Herald, that as it has not yet passed the Hue it may not in future do so. We know that diseases of the 1 flesh have been repeatedly carried over the I equator, and we know that the moral 1 diseases from which those diseases chiefly I...

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