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THE "HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

THE "HERALD." WE sincerely wish our worthy brolther, the cuisinier litteraire of the IHecald, would learn to serve up his dishes to the mental table of his readers without spilling his gravy upon us Romanists. He quotes from the Standard some article of which we ncither understand (nor wenh to understand), the drilt or import, containing the following very offensive passage (inter alia similia) :-" Displeasure is fe!t and expressed, if any attempts are made to ex poseC the ERRORS, CORRUPTIONS, and IDOLA TRIES, approved in the ROMAN Com mlunion." One might hope, that after having seen made, these most impudent-mos: foul most false accusations during 300 years, and which have been so often refhted, that no respectable author would now put his name to them-no journal laying claim to respectability would still continue to repeat them; nor even give them a place in its columns, though copied from others: we chiefly regret that the Ilerald, who ought to know what viands to serve up to the...

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THE MONSTER PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

THE MONSTER PROCLAMATION. W. designated Lord de Grey's proclamation a piece of infatuation; The occupation of Clontarf by the soldiery, a second ditto; The prosecution of O'Connell, and his friends, a third ditto. What infatuation can be greater than to strike at the dearest constitutional rights of British subjects, instead of redressing their grievances? If they have dared to do it amongst Irish beggars, (as they are apt to call them) and are allowed to do it with impunity, will not the next blow be at the same right amongst decent Englishmen? If they 'can assail one right, why not ano ther ? and another ? till the minister of the day becomes a Sejanus or a Cecil to do as he lists? If a proclamation be allowed to supersede legal right, and the bayonet to enforce an arbitrary proclamation, what are boasted British rights but a name ? We are slaves! Iow much an easier and happier course would it have been to have redressed the grievances and wrongs of Ireland, and save all this conf...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

TuLB CHBLSEA OUT-PEINSIONBRS.- According to the bill passed in the late session of Parliament for thecalling out 10,000 of the most elfective of the Chelsea out pensioners, a notice has been sent to the War Olfice requiring all pensioners to send in their exact age, how they are now em ployed, and whether they are ready to go on full pay. The number of soldiers receiving pensions from Gd.,9d., to Is. per diem, is upwards o1 50,000. The present number of in-door pensioneis at Chelsea College, is 490. The youngest is 58, and the ages vary from 60 to 90 ; and two of these veterans have obtained the great age of 104 years. The number of deaths this season has been greater than usual averaging from two to three a week. The are all clothed, ted and. lodged in the College, and are allowed a penny a day for tobacco, which is called ' her Majesty's Bounty."

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LORD DE GREY'S PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

LORD DE GREY'S 'PiR LATIuifAT!o -0 CFrom the Exnmlner.1 We have repeatedly given our reasons for not joining in the praise bestowed on Sir Robert Peel for not resorting to violent measures for the sup pression of the Repeal agitation. We have said, wait for the end. There are but two ways of dis posing of the agitation-the removal of the real grievances of the people, or coercion ; and as Sir Robert Peel refused to adopt tilhe first, it was clear to us that to the latter he must come, and that his forbearances, so inconsiderately extolled by some of our Liberal friends, would only have the effect of aggravating the case to which force would ultimately hie pplied, and of course, to the same degree of in. creasing the severity to be brought to bear in the last resort. It has been a letter of license postponing the demand for force, but making it carry compound interest. We are grateful to a surgeon who shrioks from an operation if lie sees another way of curing a cancer, but not if li...

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Select Poetry. THE BATTLE OF CLONTARE—1813. Not BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE BATTLE OF BLENREIM." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

:*e1rct j oetrp. -0 THE BATTLE OF CLONTARF--1813. toI DY TIlE AUTlOR OF 'fIEiS DATTI.. OFr I.ENIIElat." It was an autumn evening That closed that drendful day, And snug beside his own fire-side, aPt milghty Lord De Iliy ! And by him sported on tihe rull lis litlte Chancellor I ord '* Ug !" lie saw his creature " Alphabet" Roll somnelllnag small and rsound, Which Ih beside the fender bright in playing there had found, lie came to askl what be hald fonild, That was so small, anid smooth, anld round. (Old Grcybeard took it flom T. B., Who stood expectant by, And thent the old manl shook his hlead, And withla natural sigh, -'Tis a fine cokelo shell I" said lie, "Trophy of this great victory !" "I find them in my pocket, Whene'er I turn about, And when I use mUy handkerchlief Tfile ickles all jump out ! i'ur many thlousmiud shells;' sailld le, Were pilcked in this great victory 1" " Now tell us what 'twna all about," Sir Edward Bug, he criesi And little AlpbhaetlooksluP With wonder.wnalt...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 17 February 1844

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. ---o--- NEW INSOLVENT. Alfred John Tebbutt, Western Road, Innkeeper Arthur Willis, of the firm of Willis, Sandeman, & Co., Sydney, Merchant. MEETING FOR TO-DAY. Morgan Carroll, a single meeting, at ten o'clock, William Rowe, a single meeting, at eleven o'clock. Edward Macdonall, a single meeting, at half past eleven. Ralph Nixon, a first meeting, at two o'clock. Peter Mann Hosking, a frst meeting, at half-past two o'clock. MEETING OF 'THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL .-- His Excellency the Governor has di- rected an extraordinary meeting of the Legislative Council to be held on the 5 th of March, and has ordered summonses to be issued to the different members of Council, requiring their attendance at that time. We understand that the recent decision of the Judges of the Supreme Court, to wit, that the appointment of the magistrates for the County of Cumberland is invalid, and that, consequently, they have no jurisdiction in that county, is the cause of his Excell...

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PRESENT STATE OF IRISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

PRESENT STATE OF IRISH AFFAIRS. -0 (From the Atlas) The song of triumph of the Tory press which hailed the tardy adoption of a coercive line of policy in Ireland has hardly subsided, and already the repeal agitation is on foot again apparently as vigorous as ever: The newly erected Conciliation Hall has been opened under the eyes of the Irish government with an 9det which seems to have been only enhanced by the suppression of the Clontarf meeting and the prosecution of O'Connell. The repeal rent increases in amount, the organization of repeal erbiltration courts gaes on rapidly and successfully, and what is the most important of all, the " strong measurec" of the executive, instead of producing defections from the ranks of repeal, have led to ltoe accession of the most important and influential converts who have yet joined the popular cause. The adherence of Mr. 8. O'B3rlen is in itself a counter.blow to the Olontarl proclamation, which leaves the balance anything but Iti favout of ...

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

CLEARED OUT. For Auckland and Tahiti, the brig Trypiena, Horn, with sundries. Passengers-Rev. Mr. Lawry (Wesleyan Missionary), Mrs. Lawry, Misses E; andd A. Lawry, Mr. 11. Lawry, iiev. Mr. Batiley (Roman Catholic Misslonary), Mr. and Mrs. Clark; Mr. Cormack, Mr. Lowe, Mr. J. Brady,. Miss Hughes, and Mr. and Mrs. Boon. For London, iho barque Clara, Crow, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Brabazon and child, Mr. and Mrs. N. Bray and son, Mr. and Mrs, Moss and three children, Mr. P. Cavenagh and child, Mr. It. Mullen and two sous, Mr and Mrs. Jennings, Messrs. Griffiths, Williams, Maconochie, Crow, Cuff, Gallivau, Adstags, Wilson, Cooper, and Kuibb. For Valparaimo cad Lima, the ship Olsntannsr, Birock, in Ballast. Passengers-Mr. arid Mrs. lionke, Messrs. Grimes, Kally, Oswald, J.'and M. Dundiu, Lynch, Chailton, Cameros, Branagar, akd Walker.

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Select Poetry. THE MEMORY OF THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

'elect jpattrR. -a- THE MEMORY OF TUE DEAD. (FROM TiEP. TALE5T.2 Who fears to speak of niwity.eight? Who blushes at the name? When cowards mark the pisatot's fate, Who hansst his head for shame? HRe's all a knave, or half a slave, Who slights his country this; uTht a T uR man, like you, man, Will fill your glass with its. We drink the memory of the brave, ,.The faithlsi and the few- - Some lit far oif beyond the wave, Some sleep in Ireland, too; All-all are gone-but still lives on The fame of those who died; All true men, like yos, men, Remember them with pride. Some on the shores of distant lands Their weary heaas have laid, And by the stranger's heedless hands Their lonely graves were made; ]lut though their graves be for away Beyond the Atlantia foam In true men, like you, mess, Their spirit's still at home. The dust of some is Irish earth; Among their own they test; And the same land that gave them birth Has caught them to her breast. And we will pray that from their clay Full m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

PARTNERSHIP. W ANTED, a PARITNLIt in a General Storu in Sydovy. doing a most ea* collent toady money business, wll ,astablished ins a good situation, with a fat' increasing connexion. Capital required about £200.-Referencea given most satisfatory-addrens W. 13. Post, llice. Sydney. 451 EW SUIISCRIPTIONS for St. ' Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday evening, February 101h, 1044. COLLECaED AT THE CHAPEL it0ttE. £. s. d. Rev. John M5Encroo 0 2 6 Master Coyle 0 0 2 6 Mr. Thomas Devenny ........ 0 5 0 John Farrell 0 5 0 William M*Adam 0........ 2 6 William Barrell ...... 0 2 6 Master WVm. Curtis's weekly collection 0 2 11 George Curtis's ditto ........ 0 3 2 Peter Curtis's ditto ........ 0 1 7 Henry Cuttie's ditto ........ 0 2 91 Mr. Richard l3renan's ditto 0. 2 5a Alias M. A. Ralferty's weekly collection 0 2 0 Miss Clarke's ditto 0....... 0 2 8 £118 6} COLLECTED AT THE ROCC CHAPEL. Very Rev. the Vicar General ....:.:. 0 6 0 Miss Lacy, of Parramata ........ `1 0 0 A Friend, per the Vicar G...

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CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER I. Though moat vine proprietors have their own favorite species of plant, yet many are not choice in this respect, and mranufacture wine from a dozen different kinds of grape mingled together. The consequence is, that while some few species ripen their fruit at the period of the vintage, others in an unripe state find their way intoisoe wine, and too often impart tartness to it. It would be unsafe to hazard a vintage on one species of vine alone; but five or six kinds selected with care would do away with this evil. It is from neglect of a similar kind that vineyards have become deteriorated. The grape which furnishes the most saccharine matter, makes the best wine; no other quality will remedy a defi ciency in sugar. The red fruit should be grown with the white, in the proportion of three red to one white ; the red contains the colouring principle, the white grape is believed to impart the delicate taste. Vineyards are made in autumn,...

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Port Phillip Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

jort 1bftlflp 5itrarta: froem the Port Plililip Herrld.] Pont FAtav.-The, natural advantages of I is district. combined with the superior temperature of its climate, and the location oi so many highly rec spectable and wealthy settlers, is exciting much interest among tite colonists generally. No less than ton tradesmen of the town of M5elbourne, (several with families) havu recently loft en masse to settle at 'Belfast. The harbour or roadstead, against which much has been said by interested parties, is now ascertained beyond a doubt so be pomfectly safe to ships well found with anchors and cables; and fromn the ground at the achorage, shelving upwards, a vessel cannot but ride secure in the heaviest of weather, if properly found. Every vessel that has gone on shore there has done so under defective ground tackle,--or from caises of a very doubtful character. The regular tradersato the past make their trips in perfect security; and recently the I.osestoJs, lay ten days in a heavy so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

AGENTS FLJI TH'S UHRUONCOLE IBroulee, Mr. B. .M'Cauley. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Port Phillip, Mr.J. Bullen Wollongoug, Mr. Edward Corrigon Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Gousburo, AM:. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John Rogan Maltland, Mr. Dee amnpbelitown, &o., Mr. M'Allistpr Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Poerith, Mr. James lW'Carthy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpur Llongonla, Mr. Edward Hughes WolIombi, Mr. Michael Byrne Published in ihe United Kingdom by Hr. Jones, 63, Paternoster row, London Mr. W. J. Batteraby, 5, Easez-bridge, L' ritea snent.srtest, Dublin. Sydnfl [ Printed and Published by MIOIBL D'At0, of lfridge sint, et the Chronole Ollo, tUniddgstrent,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

ARRIVAL IN ENGLAND Of? Tilt DUne or i3O0DrAux.-'l his illustrious Prince of the house of Bourbon has arrived in this country from Germany. His royal highness, or as his par. titans in France call= him, Henry V. of France, landed at Hull on: Friday last Irom Hamburgh, attended by the Duke de Levis, Count Loesrarin, Mlarquis de chambannel, and Captain Vitlaret de Forgeuso. His royal highness embarked at flam. burgh on Wednesday morning, at half past ten o'clock, and the steamer reached Hull in 49 hours, after encountering strong head winds throughout the passage. On Saturday, his royal highness and suite, in three carriages, left Hull fur Leeds and York, in which city the duke stayed to go over the Mcnster and view the dilferent objects oi interest in true old Elboracucn. On Monday hiss royal highness departed from that city for Scotland, with the maten. tion of snaking a bries sejour at Durham and New castle, and eni route his royal highness was expected to visit the Duke and Duchess...

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THE ARCHBISHOP'S PASTORAL FOR LENT 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

THE ARCHBISHOP'S -PASTORAL FOR LENT 1844. WE have read that concise but most excel lent addrercs of Hisi Grace. the Archbishop to the flocks confided. to his pastoral care, which is worthy of his pen, his piety, and his zeal for the spread of every christian virtue in the souls of his people, 'aid of their eternal good. As all Catholics who will attend at their places ofwiobship on Pahu Sunday ivill ]iear.it, we shall not repeat it, - but-nerely onie passage applicable only to certain places * Enler t1iin with fervor on the ex'rclses of this holy tiue. .(Approach not the theatres, at all times d5ngeroua to the virtue of the Christian, espgelally of the young.) Have no part in convivial meetings, or in parties of pleasure. Let moderation and Christian simplicity regulate your repasts, " that so from your superfluity, you may have wherewith to betow on the poor and dlstressed, your breatlreo and the membersaof Jesus Christ." The following are the Regulations for the Lint of 1844.-We p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

DRISPIRATB DEPRAVITY.- William Russell has been sent to Durham prison for three months, for robbing a printer I The fellow having n heart of stone, stole the compositor's stock in trade -his stick I and converted it into current quoins. The police gave chase, and caught him in capital style. The case could not not have been plainer against him. 'T'heproqf was clear, nor could the offender justify his line of conduct. He was there. fore convicted according to rule of law, and com. mitted in due form to tlhegalleys (alias the treadmill) for the space of three months, and locked up in gaol forthwith-a warning to all men how they copy his example, and impaas upon 's the gentlemen of the press." Our "'P. D." who prompts us in this paragraph, hopes that it will make a suitable impres. sion on our slack subscribers, and terrify them into " turning over a new loaf." AcTIvB HABITS oP GREAT MEN. We have read lately in the papers a paragraph on the subject of the active habits of the Duke of W...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

INSOLVENCY IJUSINLCS. NEW IOd5TLVBNT. Thomas Pollock, laboior, late lodging house keeper, of the South Head Road. Liabilities, 371 I 2a2d: Amseta-persona l property, 51; outstanding debts, III 12s. Balance deficiency, 201 191 Sd. James Scott Hindemarsh, of the Home River, settler. Liabilities, 11431: Assets-personal pro. party, 3671; outianding debts, 5221. Balance de. ficiency, 2641. Frances Sippi, of Noah Buildings, Castlereagh. street, Sydney, lodging house keeper. Liabilities, 361 7e a Assets-personal property, 8Il 8s; out standing debts, 1515s. Balance deficiiecy, 141,14s. MSBTINO POR TO*DAT. William Oldrey, an adjourned Osco.d meeting, at Wllven o'clock, a m. P. Do Meatre, an adjourned' special meeting, at 0000. TIIETOTAL MBIRTING.-The 'artnual Meeting of the Teetotal Society, took place on itMon day evening, at the School of Arts, for the purpose of rceiving the reports of the proceedings for the last year, and electing oflicers for the ensuiig' one. The Rev. J. Ml'Encroe too...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

NOT[UE TO AGENTS AND PARTIBS MAKING RI MITTANCES. N order to aroiul the expense of post j age, a.l spare time in latter writing, we inti'nd to adopt a plan extensivoly followed by '* Brother Jonathan," for acknowledging the receipt of subscrip. tion wonoo , viz., to publish the initials of parties remitting money. 'l'hus we have' to ackno dledge the reneipt of the letters ol 3. 13'-of Malhourne, of the 9th, 1. I) , of M1iTlklf d;, Athe 15th, and of F. I bf, NiiwLastlo ot ;j7uxh instants.

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

IIIU1 WATER IN SYDNEY COV'E. Till$U DAY. 19it.p 1moniing I "46 win. p. U evening THURSDAT.I 10 min p.12 mornti'g I 34 min. p. 12 evenlng 56i mm p. 12 mornifn; 1 90 min. p. 1 evening '4U in~ib thin dIa' 31 sdu. pl. 5: nets 29 imldm. p. n

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 February 1844

WNEItL.Y *MNITNOIktLOGICAL TABtLE. VARItATION OF TtON TIIRRMOMNtTIRR U. - t. N. W WVIND. WpI.rwatway . .. ER. 14I 7) 7.1 72 N.K , Cear TuuInsu .. 15 "701771 711 N.R. Ditto laIIDAVY ...:... :7 78 73 jN.E. Cloudy SATURDAY...... 17 70) 7 72 N.E. ICloudy SU~1.+ .........18 1 -11 7',170 S .E. ICloudy Mro..T.o...v.. 191721771 71 N.E. S howers TUN.ahr~......:201711781 72 N.ES. Clear Mean temp)eratttre, 730.

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