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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

CALLS BY AUCTION. lo be Sold hy Public Auction, BY.'MIUJ.A. KDDIE, ; At Ail Hoi»»n.. on Tueidoy the XdJEthrutiry, -ot the hour nj. one o'clock, aithfmt «- «roe, for the btmfit nffhoit rmuvrfteaf, ; 1 C PIECES ol WWIrKCAUCO ' «?«» 91 ditto cotton tick ? ' ? '? ??' 2 rl ttodieck ;, . ? ? 6 d s. white al'iTtt i 2hhdi.lo»f tugar, Itc , ' ? Tbkms— Cash- . \ Alto, . . f A bale of regatta and striped Shirts. Tciihb 3 months, credit. : To be Sold hy Public Auction, BY Mtt.O. HAMILTON, ; -: At the titm Wftar/v'* Mouiny tebJath, at ? | v'Clock piviiely,' i ' A SUPERIOR luw (,ine U0AT,; 15 feet long, pill' 4 ours, i J tcnimre. i . TEUMl-Ali s^irt'*! t)ii «l 3 inontls.1 lnrt,h Caitlr. Charlet Street, t».$)uti-ij 7 ? PlIUIlHBir W0Ulfl-N0-.U]|.Lftpi^ I »??'' i) p One4}raj,.:and.jO-palibQws,jr-fc«*^d, , ?MM*?:.! !»i:« . '.- f, -,??: ?.-.: | L Ai.sp,,. .,.,1 , t--t Ahn|it40ihe»il. f C.Vtf t-R, «on«:s.ing of leife'rs. stie.a niid .cows. »ndi:calve» o^,»m. m\-r»y-\Ure-!.i)rl ,^ -. -\ ! I krm«— 0n.lf ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

-? ? The itie ftiutf at wli'iiVi 'Alia :Sp»n»!' paper*' arrived oir iWAahe*(l«y'1bigW, induced us to postpone irtyirt of the pro.; cwil ii'ea o'rilfe i'rocnritlbres in the silling uf ttie 25th, id which wVhow return.; 1t will be recotlectfei.ny in'oso who J»ve rrt-d llio Paututo Heal, that -the SUmriicle : ? is so worded, ?« to t»ke from the Or ** thu right or deliberating on any sublet wiiich iias not been submHtetl to them hy n Voyal decree. The nexl article however, confirm* the Tislt. which die Cortes, it i* aiitil, liaVri always posSesned, of petitioning tins Throne in themimier directed in «ie r/i/iniwenro.orslBnding order* Nolbuving mn the rajtemento, we krid* noi in whal lenm the order relative t-- petitioning i« frvmad. hut there seems to have been »ome hesitation in acting upon it. Howrver, on the first exercise of tlie right, the sub ject chosen was one to the cimsiderelion or which the 'MiniaU-rs hiil no or.jection, nod thus b preced nl for concession un the part if the ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. BREWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

sybJtiEY NEWS. {From tlit Siidfitg Monitor,) HRlitVfNG. A n acre of grapes, » fair crop» will pro Juce s-y from 100 to 4 SO gal oua of wine. In ac e of barley, of thirty -five bushels HMiild, if brewed into mall liquor, produce 315 gallons of aU, nud I8'J gallons bf small beer, or SOt gsllons of small ale. The ?*-pense of cinkti in brewing is tonsidera Ijle ; also -.f lwp»,md the trouble of nuk n; nail, nnd of brewing once a month Still, io»vever, « bile wine will evi-rbe preferred iy the (ntn'ly, we Van see no reason why miiuII ale -bould not be brewed iat Ibe able, and for the comfort of servants, es ii-ciiilly iu Imrirni when a single nrre of iarby will )-rudace SUl gallonst The cost . ns lullawiir-. f 'AT, btisliets of barley, at -It.m -f«« 35 lbs. of bops; at2«. ......... » 10 0 £\0 10 « We will suppose thai the Value of Ib grains for pigs or cows will pay the ex pense of the malting of the barley and ol the brewin:, and nleo of the yeast. The exppnie of the brewing utensils, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

To be SxtU 4}ff-HHdic Awlion, «T Mil- O; Jj^jHiLroN, ©? Thttniuy-'Ftb: t!(, -ttti pXUck prtehely, 1 ? ': ?? ?« an the£rwufon ,. ; ? . TWO AtLOrM£N*sWdnflijND, thi- proper'; o« Mfi O- J^shlcy, alinrt * (n CiiiiMinK Street, f online George's f-o-fr, \W.«(iniiii Hi«,Vpo«t wh'oli -'t ?Jto»H i;»o weatherh .arile.l Cd.in^o«,-»ntiii!iint; * r«oirJH ieach; *UK a'.^nfliaeie of 33 frtt « sioches, and a litlo .'in« oi 285f««*» . ' ?.., ? / The /lituiitfou' 'and advantage of (heie truly, valuable A tiXiiirUU t-ei-'R . ?-- **H . knowo, cnfiiuieiit Ij./iirjiitef usury ; »he prni. posed pattiaiip'of «a;er fftri 'lie bn.uili titk ?ciomlio WiDilruil. Hill. »M »e.iler tliemin .valuable. . . ' '. ' ; . ? TwtMSwilUo madcknJWO at the time ?..;;... ' of Sal*» i ? ? . ? ? ?'?'?- ' 'To' be Sold % Public Auction, ';.'j7^'.7''J^x.wH?f'?'.^'^s|,DD?*:; ? ?? ? *i» ^*|f'Roow,ic»«''-«'SJrW», oii Tutiiuy, tkt , V. ' '. V. \(. JT** »rt«t\, ,«i(l liu'C/ort, : : ' 'A- Q0AN1 H Y of 6CU(M)LflOOrtS, ntlH ** CMIflfn sv8t...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

Ship News   Feb. 5- Arrived the brig Mary and Elizabeth Woodwin, master, from Hobart Town. Feb 9- Arrived the barque Cygnet, captain Rolls, from Hobart Town. Feb. 11- Sailed the ship Clyde, captain Ireland, for London. Passengers, Mrs G.N. Davies, Mr. Alexander, Mr. & Mrs. Drake, Mr. J. Patten.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

Launceston Market Prices,- 14th Feb. — Wheat 5s.6d to 6s. per bushel ; (Beveridge's,) ti«enWa0s-fterlMllhi.:aecan4t 16s. do..; bran Is. 3it. per bnshel; barley 3s 6d. to '4t.pcr-4o; o»tl3«. to l».0d. dillo; hoy «s to £8 vet ton ; Bread 6d . per. 41b. loaf; potatoes ^d. pet 1b. { l»*ef Sd. per Ib-; mutton 'Sd. ditto; potk 8i|.-H-io; bacon i«.-o.|«. 8d- ditto i fresh batter »??«?? per Ib- ; Mlt ditto :U.'3d. 10 It . Od. ditto, ctnairs 9d. to lOd. ditto; tug»r per ton £g per lb.4-l.;lu fer chest jfO 10-., per Ib. Si.Od, (Qbaca»3l6ddo.-, -ot|4(ptr bok)ftdpi-r Ib.ietail ?a I Cape wine pn pipe £\C ; per spllon ««. f mm in boo* At. per f alba ; em ditto Si. Od ; brandy AMU.; porter ferhhd. jf8 ; ah- and porlet Ms pordo'ua. ' :

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THE CORNWALL, CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D.LAND, SATURDAY,FEB,14, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, Saturday, FEB 14, 1835. "This is true Liberty ; when freeborn men Having t0 advise the Public, may speak out" MILTON         Custom has imposed upon Journalists the duty of giving to the Public a pros- pectus of their principles, and views, on commencing their work, in accordance with which we give a summary of ours. The Independent Newspaper, published at Launceston every Saturday, now merges into the Cornwall Chronicle, which will continue to be published on the same day in each week,and sent to the Subscribers   of that paper as usual, and all others who may choose to order it, until it pleases them to send a notice of discontinuance.   It is the just pride and boast of an En glishman, that the King dare not lift the latch of the peasant's door; his house is   his castle ; it is s sanctuary which shall be ever held sacred by us, and any thing t...

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PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. Notices of [?] which [?]stand in to Order book of the House of Commons for the next Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

PARLIAMENTARV NOTICES. Notices of Motions which now stand in the   Order Book of the House of Commons for the next Sessions.   Mr. Ward. —On reading the session! orders, to bring under consideration of this House, the question of giving publicity   lists of the divisions.         Colonel Williams —To move that humble address be presented to the King requesting his Majesty to signify his plea sure to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge respectively, that these bac «ct no longer under the edicts or letters James I, 1616, ''by which he would       all that take any degrees in schools to   scribe to the three articles' of the canon ; which articles, as containing mi for controversy and dissent amunir sin] Chri.lionspf tlieChtinh of Kngliind J ullier*, «bicb ground of dissent «o« J And hoiKslty «i-t forth in a pell,, .11 I rented In this llou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE.     For London Direct. THE fine new fast-sailing Scotch built barque, MARGARET GRAHAM, James Hamilton, Master, bur then per register, 305 tons, This vessel leav- ing the whole of her dead weight entered has room only for Wool, for early applica-tion is necessary. For freight or passage, having very supe- rior accommodations, apply to KERR, ALEX-ANDER, & Co., or to JOHN A EDDIE, Agents. Jan. 10, 1835. For London Direct. To follow the Protector. The fine fast-sailing first Class barque JANET, berrthen per re- gister, 300 tons, J. C. Matheson, Comman- der, having a great part of her cargo en- gaged, the vessel will be despatched quickly. Her accommodation for passnegers be superior. Hewitt, GORE, & Co. AGENTS.   For London Direct,     THE fine fast-sailing brig CAMILA   260 tons burthern, J. Wilson       Commander ; as the whole...

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THE DRUNKEN COMMTITEE AND ITS .LAUGHABLE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

THE DRUNKEN COMMITTEE AND   ITS LAUGHABLE REPORT. (From the Spectator) Mr. Buckingham, who is fond of figuring and scribbling at full length in print, seems to have had work enough on his hands   this last week : he has been carrying on an   active correspondence in defence of the Report of the Drunken Committee, so provocative of mirth both in and out of the House of Commons. Some of the papers appear to have refused admission to his communications, on the ground that Mr. Buckingham has abundant and supe- rior means of defence in his own posses- sion ; for he not only is a Member of Parliament, and could defend himself from attacks in his place in the House, but he is also a journalist, and publishes a weekly paper of his own. Besides, he will have it all his own way when addressing his constituents and other public bodies dur   ing the recess. There is something in these consideration ; but not sufficient, in our view, to hinder ...

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FURTHER AND AUTHENTIC PARTICULARS RESPECTING THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 February 1835

FURTHER AND AUTHENTIC PARTICU- LARS RESPECTING THE BUSHRANGERS. It was in the evening of Sunday the     first instant, that Jeffkins and Browne presented themselves to three shell lime     burners, who inhabited a hut, situate on   a small Island of about four acres in ex- tent, entirely surrounded by the sea only   when the tide is full in, near the entrance to Port Sorell. Their appearance was meagre and haggard in the extreme. Jeffkins had an old tattered blanket sewed about his body ; neither jacket, trowsers, shoes or stockings, but pieces of the skins of animals tied about his feet and legs as a substitute. Brown had on an old jacket, through the arms of which he thrust his legs, which he wore in place of trowsers, and was, if possible, in a more miserable plight than his companion. They were both so weak as to be scarcely able to stand. They tied two of the men with their own handkerchiefs ; the thi...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

surr ^53,, mews. -PWHIII V:!n.9J-\niveVflio critter ihirij AnH.CtpV R ?Ihqii. from HjWtTo«B,*Mv e genwil cargo oint'gurd in order. The t-liip UMuU, Captain Williams, »]|l cW on Mimdn) Cue Lai.dun, with ft fall cargo of Colo nial pindnrc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

I.UJSCKsroN Mahkrt I'iiicbk, — 21st Fan — Wlpalfln. OJ to 0«. per litl-liel; (Hevtridge'K.) fim- flour 20»- per lOllihi. ; seconds IGi. do.. ; bran Is. 31. per bushel; barley 3s 6J. to 4«. per da; ntxe St. to it- Cd. diiio ; hay £2 to £3 per ton ; llrrad fij ? per 41b. tool'; potatoes Id. per Hi. ; |i--ef° .'ill. prr 1b ; mutton 6d. diitn ; pork (!.!. ditto; bacon 1«. to ls.Sd-iHuo; frenh hotter I-.OIpcr Il-- ; salt dlKo Is 2J. to l«. Od. ditto, ran Jits 91. to 10J. ditto ; wjar I'cr ton £30 jmr Ib. \ I. ;lr-» per iliest £ f- 10«., pev II). 2». Oil. It.bacnSiflado. ; fos,-(|-.r bo»)6dp--r III, retail -i I ; Cape wine per pipe £10 ; per eallnn 4s. ; rum in linnd Si. prr gallou ; sin liino Si. Oil ; brandy fi«. Crl. ; portrr per lilld. j'0 ; ale mid porter ISs per dozen. KOTICR TO CORnESI'ONDENTS. Jl'e litre receieed lh' valued eommvnicalioR er ' An Eiemv to Drccpiinn,' for whom lee entertain grral respect ; but he nmsl he aware Hint riii fornralim -?«» jn'Ufa -i breach (if Hit jicaer...

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EAST INDIES. CHINA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

EAST INDIES. china'~trade. The Launceston Advertiser contain* the following extract from ihe Calcutta Courier : — The Caritimlli; from Marto the 2 1st August, h'inita Kcrounm of all Trade being (topped in China. It sppeart the Hung Merchants sent a circular to (lie lUUisti Merchants on Ihe 15th, ?Intlng, as they bad now got a Chief who would iiotcrnfoim to Ibe regulations of Ihe CelcBtinl Em pire, they bad recommended th« Government lo elop the Tranr, and all cargo thipi bad accor dinglj been stopped, audit was hourly expected lliat the Viceroy wonlil issue hii official lo the »me effect. Lord Napier had railed ?.meeting on the lath which «as attended by all the British Merrhants of Canton, when lie made a lone upeeeb, elating Ibat he bed ordered Copt. Chans to cruize out side of the Inlands for ionic days, when ft might be supposed lie bid gone lo the Hlriitt; and -b«t. although he forsaw Ilieitnp. page ot the Tiade. yet he expected that tlia Chinese Aui|ioriti'i would aonn rnmR ro...

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[?] POETRY. A COMPANY OF PETTICOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

iE.F.Cr POETRY. A COMPANY OF rr.THCOATS. , t'A rompanyof wnmfn hn»b««n fornml, and Udul.rlj- urniPd. mid t a- taken tlif field in the 4JuicorDon Carlo*.— Kmu* Paper.] A rorp« ofniltlenati, 0 ! tbrr Van Carioi lui sutt.r ct-*»rc{ The womr'ii may do Rood, lint men Will ne'er his clnsendvulice. Till' foes deny that it ran thrive. Yet having such a lift. lie van't, «!iile two -i( ilirm tuivl', Be liionght to bit latt s%ij't. Thii hmt of Mi' ro imttll gun, U^fl^ctitiR mm d(clatc. l'ur if the force it not ' A-otie,' Many rule 'tit/arr. And then, unlike all miter tqusdsi In war, or tVn at prace, Whatr'crlhcteivlcr, it ii'oddr, Tlitir numbers uill increase. Let tlirra encounter rii|nmnn foes, And limy nut, I tonqmr M ; Tbf mm »ho ventun. io onposa Al'ilredlvwill/i». And happy so to |ia»aw.iy, Tell wlib their lalot sreaih, A Uditt' liall ulilrli rloi-pd our rlor, Tsnghl tit ' iheittnee «f death.' When Carina in goad ipirlts now, Hf must cnjuy the wliim Of cliarmeti «Imra no th-eat can cow, P...

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HOBART TOWN NEWS. THIS EVENINGS MAIL. Colonial Secretary's Office. Feb 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

HO B ART TOWN NEWS THIS EVENINGS MAIL. Colonial Secretary's Ojjice, Feb. \b. The Lieutenant Governor has much pleasure in notifying the capture of the bushrangers, Jeffkhis anil Brown, by a party of the Police under, circumstances reflecting much credit upon the individu. als concerned, to whom Ins Excellency has granted the folloiring rewards, under the Oovernment Notices orY2Ist Feb. and 4th March, 1834, viz :— To Thomas Walker, free, and Richard liurbidgr, (holding a Connitionul Pnrdon) 250 acres of land each, for the apprehen sion of Jeftkins and to the said Richard Burbidgea Free Pardon, To Thomas Walker, (free) RicMrtl Rurbidge, (holding a Conditional Pardon) James Smecd. (No. 817, life, per Go: : vernor Ready) J»meB Buckley, ('No. 1728, 14 yean per England) Henry Chalk, (No 994, 14 years, perThamesJ William Birmingham, (No 881, 14 years, per Medway ) Frederick Carman, (No 934, life, per (ieorgiana.) J.ihn Harris, (No 181, 14 year , per Drunedary) end the repre sentative of Th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

DIED -On the 9th instant, Mr. James Hazlewood, Carpenter and Builder. He has left a wife and three children to lament his loss. He was a man of strict integrity, and industrious sober habits, and much respected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

rnoai ,nt JinBAUT TOWN GAZETTE, Ftb. 13in JtfOT'CE ii hereby given, that Tenders A will be received at the Commissariat Offices at Hobart Town and (-aunco!lon, until 12 ©'clod;, on Tuesday, the lOtli March next, for furnishing the under nit-ntioned supplies, transport, tec, for twelve months, commencing 1st April 1635, nnd terminating 3!a( March ISCC. HOBART TOW.V. Fresh Meat per pound. — His Majesty's troops, chips of war, transports and Go. vornmciH vessels, Colonitl hospital, fe male house of correction, gaol, prisoner's barracks, prisoners and others out of barrack*. Commissariat stores, including the occasional supply for Fort Arthur, or other service*. Live iheep— The weight to be ascertained liy killing one or two from the number selected by the Commis sary, if tKe average cannot be otherwise ?greed upon. Bread, per pound, made from whealcn flour, from which 20 per cent, of Iran hashe»n extracted.— U'l Majesty's troops, ?hips of war, transports and Government vetscl-, quantit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. IjTo be Sold by I'ublic Auction* I BY MB. «. WBiTE, I On Wtdnetday thtVblh insi , at kit tlcotnt, at I I o'clock jiretiidg. I A MOST valuable Eil'Al li, situn'.eil only I1**- thr*c ini'es'finni Wigtbw'y, co»tis-i''g Inf 800 Acres of Land ot tlie vcrv btkt d.'. ?scriution, anil »rll 'known liy the name ol ??he' Hhoulder of Motion Plains,' a-nl liov ling a frontage on the Meander Stiver ul ?about tlirce- quarters of a tni c. 010 acrei ?of this grant oonci-U of the finest marsl ?Iniirt, nnit there it at ilic.b-o!t on ex ensiw ?rrac of government uiilocntcd Innd. Auulj Bio Wickiiam & Lmit-Ev, Lnuuomlui. ? J2iliF«l)., 1835. iFo/jtat/e Brood Marcs and Hor I scs for Sale. I MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD, lUAS much |i'cnMirc lo euo»unoe lo lii r* Til n--sr.nd ihe pulilc, tliai he will pu kp for pui.Uc (cmtietiUoti, Bt his Uounii ? orre' of ChRrles and Cameron gitrrti, ?MSofurrfoj the 38th FtOruary, J835, at on I o\ luek, ?The fallnwfni; valuable and useful Brooi ?lares, Filn...

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(From the Colonial Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 February 1835

(From the Colonial Times.) By the late arrivals, we have received London papers up to tho 10 h October — in them we find nothing of suflicienl im portance to extract. There are four pa pers of the 24th; bin, ofemrse, these weru ' grabbleii,' nnil sent toGovernment House, from whence they are nol cotneata hle liy us. tioth Houses of Common* were burnt to the ground on the 23d Oc tober ; nnd tho whole pile of building, with ihe exception of Westminster-hall, destroyed. The records are, fortunately saved, and Ind it been high water instead of a low tide, more of the buildings might have been faved. — ibid. By Ihe Lady Hayes, very important in telligence has reached the Colony from China ; but the papers, as usual, are tent to Government houf e, where they ore use lessly lying or destroyed. From (that we can learn. Lord Napier, after destroying some of the Chinese fortresses, was in duced to cease hostilities, and was cajoled on board one of the Chinese junks. When there, the Chinese re...

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