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THE BARAROUS PUNISHMENT OF DEATH—EXECUTION OF RICE, HAYES, AND FOGARTY—POPULAR EXCITEMENT— FUNERAL PROCESSIONS OF THE CONVITS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

THE BARBAROUS PUNISHMENT OF DEATH -EXECUTION OF RICE, HAYES, AND FOGARTY - POPULAR EXCITEMENT - FUNERAL PROCESSIONS OF THE CON VICTS. (From the Tipperary Vindicator, June 20.) It is quite impossible that we can adequately de scribe the sensation of disgust and horror, not unmixed with a deep, wide-spread sympathy for the convicts, which have manifested. their existence for the last few days, and particularly from an early hour yesterday morning, as the ultimate decision of the Government .was known respecting Rice, Hayes, and Fogarty, and which was announced in the subjoined letters in reply to the memorials for warded to the Executive on their behalf.:- "Dublin Castle,.16th June, 1840. " Ssa-I am directed by the Lord Lieutenant to acknowledge the -receipt of yourletter of the 14th inst., enclosing a memorial on behalf of the three men under sentence of death in Nenagh Gaol. ",In reply,J have: to acquaint you, for the infor mation of the parties signing the memorial, that His .Excel...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before their Honors the three Judges. TULIP V. KING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

Stpt,,,e 4!trOUit. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before their JIonors the three Judy es. TWLIT V. KING. The Chief Justice delivered judgment in this case, which was an action on the case brought against the Australian Agricultural Company by the plaintifi, for not providing him with areasonablo quantity of work and employment as a collier. The defendant had demurred to the plaintiff's declaration, and the Court now gave judgment in favour of the defendant. EQUITY JURISDICTION. flefore the same. 4tMITHI AND OTitERs V. SALTING AND OTIIES. The arguments in this case occupied the whole day, and the Court reserved judgment. SATURDAY, NOV. 28. Before their Honors the three Judges. 'aR$ROS5NA WILSON, AN INFANT. This was an appeal by Mr. James Norton against the decision of the Primary Judge (Mr. JYustice Thersy), dismissing the petitions of himself and of the infant, for want of jurisdiction. .Messrs. Gordon and Broadhurst -appeared for the appellant; and Messrs. Windeyer and Lo...

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DEATH OF HIS HOLINESS GREGORY XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

DEATH OF HIS HOLINESS GREGORY XVI, (From the Irish Advocate.) On Thursday, the 14th of June, between the hours of nine and ten o'clock in the morning, the Sove reign Pontiff of the Catholic Church breathed his last. He was in his eighty-first year, and, with the exception of a slight chronic affection, contracted in his declining years, he aias had, for so old a man, general good health. Some time since, a surgical operation had been performed on his legs, which so exhausted his already too feeble frame, that early on Thursday morning he became suddenly seized with weakness and numbness in his frame. In a short time it became evident that his death was fast ap proaching, and before ten o'clock he expired'without a struggle. He was born September 18th, 1765. He was made Cardinal March 13th, 1826; was elected to the Papal Chair, Feb. 2nd, 1831, and crowned February 6th, 1831. He was of the order of a branch of Benedictines, andi *asdistinguislied for the extent of his profound profess...

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New Zealand. INCREASED TAXATION—AND THE "ENABLING BILL." [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

Jt#ID >Zralaiib, rNCREASED 'TAXATION-AND THE "'ENABLING BILL." (From the New Zealander, November 7.) n communities where public opinion is allowed to exercise a due controul over the measures of go vernment, and the deliberations of legislative au thorities, the public press is a powerful instrument either for the prevention of abuses, or the preser vation of rights : but in this colony, it is a hopeless task to attempt to modify or restrain the proceedings .of the Governor and his Legislailve Counicil. The .pinions and feelings of the people generally upon enactments in embryo, are utterly disregarded if ,they happen to clash with the views and determina tions of those in power. It is a source of deep and continual regret to ourselves, that we are compelled by a sense of duty, t4 iadopt, so frequeiitly, a tonie of disapprobation, and einm1loy our pen in condemiation of the measuires of government. It would be much more congenial with our wishes, and agreeable to our taste.if we ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

h .ydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday;' and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land; Southi Auistralia'j New Zealand, and India; and in Rnga, Scotland, and Ireiand.- The Quales end on the 3 r 30th June, 30th Sleptember, and 31st December; at which periods aonly subscribers c declne receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark, on each advertisement the number of insertions required otherwise they are continued til countermanded. Orders discontinue or alter advertisements. must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of TeedyadFia;btnwavrieet r eevdtl i 'lc nteeeigbeoepbiain-l ntutos utb ie nwiig;adalltespspi NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, uand the Public in'general, are respect fully informed, thct the following rules will in fliture be strictly adhered to: 1liN SYDNEY-The Subscription is Ten Shillings per quarter, or Two Pounds per dihnum. IN THE COUNTRY-The Subscrip tion is Ten S...

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MEETING AT DUNGOG. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

MEETING AT DUNGOG. A; public meeting was held at the Dungog Inn (Stephenson's), on the 23rd ult., at seven o'clock in the evening, for the purpose of petitioning against the renewal of transportation to this tolony. ' The meeting wasvery well attended, although the Invi tation had only been out three days, ard the weather was most unfavourable: The chair was taken by Mr. '. W. Painar. Dr. M*KIcLAY moved "That this meeting is of opinioei that a renewal of transportation to New South Wales would be highly prejudicial to their best interests, and that therefore the proposal recently mnoide by the British Government to renew transportation be uncondi tionally declined." Mr. GEoaaG MURRAY rose, end, after a few re marks, seconded the resolution, which was at once carried unanimously. Mr. SusANsLiN moved *' That this meeting is of opinion tlhijtthe prac tice of introducing into this colony persons who have received conditional pardons In any of the sister colonies, is fraught with evils o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

UBSCRIPTION LIST FOR THE IRISH RELIEF FUND. Additional Subscriptions collected at Camden, by the Reverend R. Forrest. £ S. d. Mr. James Macarthur ...... 1 0- 0 William Macarthur ...... 1 0 0 Rev. It. Forrest ..... 1 Q 0 Mrs. Crisford ...... 0 5 0 £3 5 0 Collected at Queanbeyan.-Collected by Mr. John Stanton. T.S.T. ..... 1 0 0 Mr.. Brice Reed . 1 0 0 Mrs. Ward 0...... 10 0 Mr. Angus M*Donald ...... 1 0 0 Angus M'Danald, Junior 0 10 0 Patrick Lyons ...... 0 10 0 Collected by the Rev. M. Itavenagh. Mr. John Dennis ...... .0 10 0 Daniel Blore 0...... 1 t 0 Mrs. Blore 0...... 10 0 Mr. James APEvoy 0 10 0 John Dolan 1 0 0 John M'Manus .......1 0 :0 Patrick Kelly 1 0 0 James Sweeny 0 10 0 Mrs. Sparrow ...... 0 6 0 Mr. M*Cabe, Maneroo. ... . 0;0. Hugh O'Hare, ditto ...... 3 0 0 Collected, by Mr. Daniel Driscoll on'his Estab-it: lishment. Mr. James Kennedy .... 1 0. 0 Patrick O'Neil ..:... 1 0 0 John O'Connell :..... 1 0 0 ..John Geraghty ...... 1 0 0 John Mulhern ...... 1 0 0 John Berkrey ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Chronicle. THE NEW COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 December 1846

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.       To the Editor of the Chroncle. THE NEW COLONY. "The steamer Cornubia returned from Port Curtis   on Saturday. The bay is described as being a splendid and capacious harbour, with good country down to the shore, but the party were unable to find water, although there is no doubt, from the signs of it, that there must be a supply in the neighbourhood. "We believe Colonel Barney has determined that the first settlementeof North Australia shall be at Port Curtis, but the precise position of the town- ship has not been fixed."—Herald, Monday, SIR,—The site of the new settlement in North Australia is now drawing great attention, and, from the above extract, it appears that Colonel Barney is returned, having fixed upon Port Curtis. Replies to the following questions will give great pleasure to your constant reader, AUSTRALIANUS. Did Colonel Barney see Captain Perry, the De- puty Surveyor General, at Port Cur...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

Qo0ctennrttt' Qut Lfcttr, -o TUESDAY, DECEI,, It 1.: IMPOUNDINOS, . Singleton, Patrick's Plains, on thle i20i dayy of November-bay entire colt, hind feet white branded J on off shoulder, an indescribablit letter spne shoulder, two years old, 14 hands high, white blaze in forehead, damages 51, ; black filly, star in fore head, near hind foot white, branded JM or 1.f near shoulder, three years old, 14 lhandi high, damages 3d. Also, on the 24lth Novemnber-brindle and strawvberry bull, branded like IC willi 5 under on off rump, four years old; white steer, brindlle head, branded CB near rumpand ribs, two years old; brindle bullock, indescribable brands oil' shoulder and ribs, four years old ; red'steer, staggy;,branded AIl off ribs, rising three years old, damages 3d. each ; yellow bullock, branded a near shoulder, D4. near ribs, L with a under near. rump, IP with J under off' ruml, ock horns, six years old; yellow bullock, branded' resembling 7 with I under off shoulder,six years old ;...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR DECEMBER, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

CATHOLIO DIRECTORY FOR DEOUEM EII, 1816. $. 6 Of the Ferla ."[ -6 Ind Sunday of Advcut,lst Finas semid. M. | 7 St. Ambrose, lis., Conf, and DIooe double Tu I 8 Clreptiotn rf B. . l?lar , da ub 12nd cl.,wlthb an oct. W. I St. Nicholas, Ills, and Conr(from Oth inst., doub.* b . 10 ( f ho ('otav, nemid. V. I II Ft. lamnasu, 'op mand Con, semtid. N, [l2 Of the Octave. ' 8. 13 3rd t, unday of Advcnt, double, 2ndl einss, semid, .),.. 14 St l.uoy, Vlrg.'and Martyr (here). double. Tu. b I Oct. of the Con?peption of 1. V. Mary, double, W.: 16 Quat.Temp.t CuseJius, Dls.& Mar. Cou.,semid,6 Tb.|Is?7 Of the Feria. The Autipbous to be stad eacb day at S I Vespe s; commenoe this day with the O hapientia '. 181 Quat. Temp. Office of the same.' I. 10 Quat. anp. OfRee ditto. I.' II 4th Sunday of Advent, semid. . s t, Thomas, Apostle, double, 2nd elass. Tu. 22 Ofr the e'ria. V, 23 thabe Veria' 2 h. 21 .Vil of the 1ativity f our crd. . ran oct. F; 2l ."atvityoot ar ordl Je?lsCbrrlstdaub,, l.tel...

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MINISTERIAL MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

MIINISTERIAL MEASUREIS. (From the Observer, July 20.) In thie House of Commons on Thursday, tihe IGth July, Mr. T. Duncombe having wished some explicit statement of the course intended to be adopted by Ministirs, which had not been given on the previous evening Lord John Russell had not taken offlenceat the question put by Mi. Thomas Duncombe on the previous evening, nor had lie answered it in an im proper spirit. lie ,had simply thought it unneces sary todo more than refer to his past cosiduct in'the house. Haying succeeded in forming an adminis tration, any parade would be unsuitable; and lie was not aware that any previous Prime Minister had made a formal statement of the principles by which he would be guided. (Mr. Thomas Duncombe named Earl Grey.) Earl Grey had not done so. neither had Lord Melbourne, nor Sir Robert Peel. As to the objections taken by Mr. E. Deinison to individuals of his government, because of their pre sumed predilections in favour of manufactures, he could n...

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THE POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

. THE POLICE OFFICE. WE have often been led to wonder at the distinction which is so frequently made in hearing charges brought against the delin quents who from time to time appear at the Police Office to answer for their ex cesses. It is no uncommon thing, we believe, when some offenderis brought there dressed in the garb of a gentleman, for having committed probably some gross outrage against the peace of society, or against public decorum, for the magistrate to hear the .charge in the private room, where only the mpgistrate and, pqrhaps, a few chosen friends of the culprit are per mitted to enter; whilst on the contrary? the peccadiloes of the poor marn or the trades man are hoard in open court, and the poor wight is placed in the dock exposed to .the laughter and the jeers. of the lookers on. No doubt, thereoare sonie eases iwhich it is necessary fo'.tio,?ends of justice should be heard in prirgait ;t bi?' we never could understand the distinction which has been made in cases t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

,FLOOIL CLOTHS. LEN E H AN has the most extesiive S assortment of' Floor Cloths, :manufactured by HHARn, 'and other celebrated, makers, 'liicli for beauty; durability; and nioderate prices, cannot be equalled: in Sydney. 'Arid Il'addltlon to his'usual stock of superior manufactured. Rosewood, Maho gany, and Cdlar Furniture, Ian) Upholstery work; oifers for sale,'Shower Baths, Patent WVatrclosets; Carpets, China Matting, Hair Seating,'and English Curled Hair, .Plate Glass, Chairand Sofa .VWebb, Coffin- Furniture, Patent Mangles, Lace, Gymps, Fringes, Morroccoand Roan LLather.: ALSO,. TWO LARGE MIRRORs. Up holstery ,War Roonis, 3978 ... 271, Caistlerieagh-street. BONNET WARE IOUSE.. .jA .RS. KEANE begs leave to apprise IV I the. Ladies of Sydney and its vicinity, that shes .as . :. h , , . JUST RECEIVED . ,.BY TIHE LATEST ARRIVALS,. SEVERAL CASES OF BONNETS, Consisting of Tuscan, Dunstable, Rice, Rutland, Fancy Straw and whole Straw, Broad whip-cord edged, Chip and Pearl, Bird's-eye T...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four. NEW MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

-o- TUESDAY, DECEMBER I. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four. NEW MAOISTRATE. Captain W. C. Mayne was sworn in as a spagis trate of the territory. LARKINS V. HUNTER AND ANOTHER. This was an action of debt., in which Thomas Larkins was the plaintiff, and Mathew Dyson Hunter and Mashfield Mason were the defendants. The sum sought to be recovered was 20001., and the only plea was that the defendants were never indebted* Messrs. Foster, Donnelly, and Broadhurst ap peared for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Windeyer and Darvall for the defendants. The trial occupied the Court until the time of its rising. EQUITY JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Alr. Justice I'herry. COOPER V. DULL. In this case Mr. Gordon, for the defendant, moved" to dissolve the injunction, but the plaintiff's counsel, (Mr. Donnelly), being engaged in the common law court, the motion stood over until the next Court day. PLOWER V. ROWE. In this case the Court made an order confirming the r...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DEC. 1. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, DEC. 1. Ilefore the 'Chief Commissioner. TROOF OF CLAIMS. .In the estate of Richard Barker, a single meet ing : Anson Fry, 61. 5s. 7d.; William Pollard. 211. 73s. (not allowed.)

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CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

CLEARANCE. Dccembkr 3.--Anuit, schooner,, Captain Rogers, for Russell and Auckland.

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ARCHES COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

S ARCHES coURT. BARNEs v. Snons.-A CLEaUor AN Ap?DMONrstl AND CONDBEMNED IN COSTS EUoR Pa?ACHING IN+AN. INLICENSED CHAPEL, His OWN LICENSE HAVJNQ uBE' ,Rav?,o ED.-Articles were exhibited against the Rev: Mr. James Shore, on, the? romotion of the office of the Judge, by Raplph Barnesi Esq., the se cretary to the Lord Bishop of ,Exeter. Thl seveith and main article is this-first premising that tis defendant was licensed to fill holy, orders in 1829, and that license was revoked in 1804, -le havinig. become a dissenter-" Touching and concerning; your souls health, and the lawful correction.and re., formation of your manners and xcesses, and morQ especially for your having:offeqded against the" laws, ecclesiastical, by publicly.re4npg prayers, preach-: ing, administering the holysacrqment of: thae Lord.a: supper, and performing ecclesiastical duties and di-i vine offices,.acecoding to the rights and ceremonies; of thd united church of Englanid and Ireland, in a; certain unconsqerated. c...

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

-,*.: :': -t g- ilZvflll~liJO't'lffc - -0 DEPARTURES. December 1.-Shamrock, steamer, Captain Gil more, for Twofold Baiy, Port Phillip, and Iuncecs ton. Passengers-Dr.- Hope, Mrs. Hope, Mrs. Williamson, Rev. Mr. Beazley. Mrs. Beazlev, Mrs. tray and daughter, Mrs. Anderson and three daughters, Miss Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Rosier, Mr. and Mrs. Walton and child. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Allison, Messrs. Rolston, hull. Grote, Porter, An derson, Rucker, Massie, Hibbard. Polack, Foley, E. L:mig, J. Melville, C. Robertson, W. Bleamie, Donald, Mulligan, and Masters R. and F. Brookes. 1.-Tamar, steamer, Capitain Allen, for Moreton Bay. Passengers Major Innes, Mr. Ralston,land Mr. Collin.. 1.-James andnAmelia, cutter, Captain Meggett. for Boyd Town. 1.-Richard and IVilliam, brig, Captain Brig stock; for Singapore. Passengers-Mr. Cardoza, and servant. S2.-Mary Ann, schooner, Captain Moore, for Tahiti. Passengers - Mrs. Moore and female servant. 3.-Coquet...

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

0 EOt'4R I'.w tEIr 1 MA uIC!RKT. SALT BUTTrEi-5 cwt. of salt butter, was sold at Is. Id., Is. 2d., and Is. 3d. per lb. C. .Eesc-21 cwt. of cheese realized 51d., Gd., and 6t3d. per lb. FowLS AND FaulT-Five loads of fowls and 18 loads of fruit paid dues, for price of which see the market note. WooL al?ARET.-=Very little business lIas bLei transacted as yet iii the wool market, and it is dill cult to fix i price that can be relied upon, but 10d to Is. is, we blieive, the highest price given'as yet for faii samiples, although 14dl. is talked of. 'Bifsl ness upon the whole, has nbvir been "duller at this period of the year than at present:

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 December 1846

Sydney IVWarikets. SoOastaOTEo UP 0'TO LAST EV INO.) FwIAJt.'Vt ? R. r,'& o. : " ., d. . C. F., d. Flourilne), p I1' 0bs .... ... 0,11 0 to 0 IS3 0 Ditto (seofits), dito .... .... 0 .. O 0 0 Ditto (r.ition), ditto .... .. 0' 0 .. 0 0 0 lreita; tIJ1b loat .. .... . 0 0 .. 0 0 a Biscuilt (tnes p owt. .... .... 10 1i .. 0 18. 0 Ditto (seuond), ditto .... 0 .. .. 0 14 0 ay, lp Io .... .... ... ' .0 .. o I o otto ,retil), . . ow. .. 0 0 .. "0' 7 0 Vheiystraw,* 4 wt. ... ... 0 4 0 .. 0 0 o odder, perdozen .... .... .... O 0'80 .. 0 0 8 Beding,'lper load .:.. ... .. - 4 0 .. 0 6 0 Wheat, Colouial, t, bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 4 .0, arley, ditto .. ........ 0 0 .. 0 I 0 Ditto,Cape, ditto .. ... .... 0 0 0 '.. 0 0' 0 Oats, p? bushel'(wholesalen) .... 0 4 A,0 .. 0 0 0 Dittodiuo(retall.... .... ..;. )0 i , .. 0 0 1I .lsaze;dttlo(wholeaule) ........ 0 2 . .. 0 g.0 Dittodto(retail).... .... ..... 0 a 0 .... 0 ?0 0 Orant, 4 bushel..... ....... 0 1 3 .. 0 0 0 BUTCHE 'S ,All.II'. Del, oarmss.,...

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