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EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST ENGLISH PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

EJLT It A CTS FROM THE LAIEST UNOLISH PAPERS The emoluments of the Governor of Siena Lsmie are estimated at 3,5001- per annum. The IIKated Governor, Mr. Octavius Temple, had only received three-quarters .alary when he fell a victim to ihe pestilential climate. The gallant officer who lias accepted the appointment, Major Dondas Campbell, lias been takeu from the half pay iinattaohed list of 182S. At a recent meeting of Uiitcliers el R ? , after dlicussing Reform and IlieCorn Laws,ilie subject of railroads wai brought forward, when one of the orators spoke en liuBinslically in praise of (lie improvement. ' Among othei advantages,' said lie, ?? look ai tha- which alTectt the plg« brought to market! They will be saved the fatigues of their journey, poor things! They will not, as now, inn down all their taste and flavoui.puor things!' Contests between Churchmen and Di-senters- respecting church rates, are going on in several parts of the country, with various snccesi. At Poi t«es, the Ch...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. POSTPONED SALE, To be Sold by Public- Auction, BY AMI. J. A, EDDIE, On WEDNESDAY, April I, „„ ike Ground at 1 o'clock prnhtly, — - rpiIE following truly valuable Building hues, whioli for prospoct. coiivfuicnce 'i access, and richmgs of soil, cannot be turpisitd. Lot I -Has a frontngoofSO feel in Wclman steer, sue Hue of 180 feel, and l;aok line of SS Wt. ani joins the vocunt ground on which stands the TVIegrapli.BiiaciOiOto the intend ed Aqueduct. L°l2- Artjoins lot Land lias* frontspe nf OU fi-ct, wrfo'linr) of 180 fp.e.r. ami l.n.k li,.* .1 ii 'r' T'',80 two ailntinoi.iS4.ro sul.tton. nallj fyuocd in iviih R fife foot ,ia|i,1R feI1 and are now under a valuable poiatoe c,op! Lol3-Hai o friawge of 54 £oi and s:de line Of 161 f»rt,-«,,d adjoins an allotment belonging to Mr S. Munce, in Ihe same street wi h lots J ami 2 n,,d (s substantially fenced «ith pal ng .mihreo sides. « t 4-AtlJ°ins lot 3, «nd has a frontage of S4 f.-ot, and side line o* 181 feet. _ Lot 5-Opu...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

snip j^ news. M»ncn 5 — Atrlierl the ?rhooilT Tamar, nnptnlnG-tiwWIe.uroaHlis Mauritius. I'atsengen, J.Kaven, Ifcq. Cargo, tuKir. March 28 -Arrived Ux-'erfionncrT/iinfc, Cap- Cain Onllon, fruin Purllnml Bay. Makcjj 27-Sjlled the J/arj vjitn. Captain Drnwn. for Cumui-iUnd H«y lUlnui; *ta'Ion. March 28— Saildl Iliiso'itter M'iMi.j»,Captain , ' Wiigiit, for Cane I'urllaud. Minii-«l of Hip s:lio™er 7\,neir, 1073 liagt «ne»r, to bmkeis anil SO cues «inc— WiMiimt Campbell fc Co. 1 095 Itagu eiigar— Hewitt, Gore, Manifrft ot Ib* bv-i«-- flimroi— I case merchan. diste, I cam staiioneiy, 4 c«i» baberilaslir-ry— W«i. Itiici;. CO ra«U tver. 17 lihd«. ruin 90 casks liiaady, 1 parcel |il»te— Order. U boxea liq ?filati'i, 1293 bim 44 Imnilles Iron, llcam anil It -)l -ra»k» wine, £fi boxit glass, IGoais, 13 pnckt-ls it ;p«, 100 cnsc» Genera. ISO thalp, 2 piano forle«, 3l|ikg.-s.ilritiah (Jond., U9ca*» becr_lfentv & Co. 1 bale slops 13 boKHgliu.— .lolin M'taod. 10 barrels tar, 10 itar.eU pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For JLondon Direct, fa follow (lie Protector,' Aggrrpim fine fa^ailinj? first c ^3flffi i barque 3ASET. burthen per .rintrr 300 tons, J-C. MatiiesoNj Cmii der, hnvnea Kreat prrt of h-r cargo CMed.tliis ve»»el will be despatched quid Her accommodations fur passengers * HEWITl,GOaE,&C- . Agents For London Direct, OK HER ItETUIlN FHOM nOBAUT TOWN **& fl'IIH fine, fast-Miline. teok-bt X$flj&r 1 Bnrqu^; CYGNET, A. John Rolls, Man cr, burthen per recis 240 torn, llm o«cellenl ticcomtnodailin For Freight of Wool only, or Passage, P'' tO * HENTY & CO. Agen CimWfr'M'rre; Tim. -2t. 183t. Cowlanl Trader between U port and London. FOR LONDON DIRECT, A&&. 1M1E fine mw, Gr--e'- ck.bt XSJEOf 1 Iarquc£rt7'{/S,900tou8biirlhi Capt. G. F Gone, II. C. S., Connnandi having the whole of her dead Wright enfiaet bd9 room only for wool, and will be disjiaicli quickly. Tlii» vessel's nccomroonntiontforpns^enfri are very superior ; app...

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LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

LIBEL. Mr. Archihald Prentice, one of the editors of the Manchester Times, was tried on the 29th October ,al theSalford Michael mas Sessions, on an indictment for ' a malicious and scandalous libel' on Mr. Thomas Sowler, the proprietor of the Manchester Cornier and the Manchester Herald. The facts ol ihe case were briefly as follow : — Mr. Sowler told a clerk of Mr. Prentice, that his maslcr had employed some persons to put bills over certain pla cards which he (Mr. Sowler) had caused lo be posted, announcing that the next number of the Manchester Courier would contain an account of the proceedings at the Conservative Dinner at Newton, in Lancashire, in September last. Mr. Pren tice hoard from his clerk, that Mr. Sowler had made this charge ngainsl him ; and immediately wrote to Mr. Soivlor, in civil terms, for his authority for the calumny. To this letter no reply was given — though after waiting two days.one was sent for by Mr. Prentice, who then penned an angry note to Mr. Sowler...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor. Sib,— I am rejoiced to hear, thnt a Petition to Hit Excellency it in count of tignalurc by the Inhabitants on this tide Ike hland, requesting that be trill please lo tend the Prisoners that nay arrive fn future, u LaunciMott, at it a)ij)cart fromthc llobart Toirn Petition, that they dapite their unices on that tide the Colony. A Settler. AV/olli Pto'ns, 1st 4Bril,USl, [We have not heard of the petition that our Correspondent alludes to. It proba bly has not yet left (lie P.'ain«.— fld.J

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SELECT POETRY. STANZAS ON THE SHORE [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

SELECT POETRY, 8TANZA8 ON THE SIIORK, 1. . How sweet itii at evrnliigcliHi! To lie upon tome erui-*own Ann, And «lnk at once In lielit repose, That's battened by (lie ocean'* roar-; And lea»e our d»me«t iliouglitu to rore In intercourse with those we lore. «. A youth once left the nettles of men And laid him near the o'cuu's side, And slerp came o'er Mb sensei then Aa he looked on Ifs swelling llde; Anil visions passed acrou liis brain, Wlioiebirtb wMjoy— whose end was pain. Re (honght fliat in that sleep Mio' light, A being rame unto the spit, Whom «fi he'd qazed on with delight— ' Whose life cetmrd mingled will) bis lot She gated a moment In hit face Tbeo left— bat where he could not trace. 4. She came again with nolieitn tread, , And bearing a wild flowrrl wreath ; She placed light boughs above his head, ? And spread some perfumed fluwert beneath; He telt her warm breath on liii brow. He beard her »oiee— 'itrai Wat aid low, 6. Slieteld— Bnt why recall the paal, Or tell thenrcrelo...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor, 8tR,-**JKry / take the liberty of enquiring ttirough the medium of your Paper, to whom dotlUlie Catlle belong thai 9raze in tbe Burial Ground of the EttMithed Church. The ashes of the Dead should be altoaed lo rest vnditiurbed, and nut be trampled on by Jieorjr Animals immediately after Interment, which defaces the Grata, and renders lliem luidbtin&liehablt. Your obedient Servant, Enquirer. launcttton, March SOlh, 18St.

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LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

XAUNCESTOXr. V. D. Land, Saturday, April 4, 1835. The latest accounts with which we bave been favored from theCepeof Good Hope, relate to two equally important, bat diame trically opposite subjects : — the Grit being the emancipation of the Slaves, which glorious event took place ot the beginning of December last, and was celebrated nut only as a religious festival, at which the redeemed offspring of too long injured Africa mingled with the Colonists in their various places of worship, to pour forth their thanksgivings before the Throne of God, but aiju a- an era most honourable to the British Nation, of Justice triumphant cvcrcruelty andfraud\ The second being ? renewal of blood-stained hostilities between the Frontier Settlers, and the Natives of Caflraria, who are described as having in great force invaded the Colony,'' plundered an immense number of sheep aiid cattle, and spoilated by burning other property to a very calamitous amount, and perpetrated several bcib of most atroci...

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Phases of the Moon First quarter 6th Day, 21 min ppst 7 afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

Styafttf of tljt fHoon. Pint quarter, Ctb Day, 21 tnln. ppit 7 afternoon. iSonpani Day I |Da; iLengll I Day (Equation D.) Ri.cJ.el/ light .iRht -if He- of 'I 1 [wth. 1-ridi.) Day |:re«ir.| time j ja irljuls o )/ oju sola -us fun. elooL I I 1 I 1 I ' fa'tfr

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CAPE GOOD HOPE. OFFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Colonial Office, 22d Jan 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

CAPE GOOD HOPE. (From the South African Advertiser.) OFFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Colonial OJ?ice,22dJan- 183J. The favorable anticipations of last week have not been altogether realized 6y this day's Intelligence from the Frontier. The enemy appear as numerous end as widely dispersed as ever, shewing them selves in small bodivs, but in every direc tion fiom the Keiskatnma to the Sunday Hirers, M.d from thu Sea Coest to the Siormb^en. They have beaft attacked vherever mat with; and their los.,asal. ready reported, exceed* 400 killed- I' the Znnreherg, » considerable body gave haute to a 'detachment under Ueut. Colo nel Somerset, Tfho defeated them with the loss of 40 men on their side. T-velve posts | bre occupied on the line, of the enemy ? , communication with Cafferland. A force j of 400 men quitted Graham'* Town, on the 9th. under M.iorCox. En» 8 JCr.nl wsiattafced and destroyed o.n-the JSin. This column, joined by' another under Major JJurney, from Fort Beaufort, was In full march on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

MUUCK TO CORRESPONDENTS. We «rc Indebted le tbe author of' tooie Hhlt,' fur bi- tnluable roinmiinlcallnn. The mibjict la- engaged our attention iilrearly, andaltliongli i*c in ni.tfBiirfli/colnrJJewilJi liim i.iopinlnn, his vi-n«.x)iibit tnnch of iMvl'ig«nre and libe. ralnv, and wr shall endeavour to dojuillceto rlirm aten early opporinnlty. -? P'ii thanked (or Ills expnaition of ' Q. in the tornti's' ineniiaciiy, but tre ate not ditposed -o waste our tiiiir in rebntling ever; ralnmny it may ?nit our td»emery'» leste to introduce into 4ii* Journal, throucli the medium of a letter got up for the pui poie »( ditplajiog a liulc veuom in an Editorial comment. To ' Urgent Street' or* return our tbanki for. hla i nmmmilralitin— but decline the pub: lleaitloa of it. Any jonrnalid JB *t liberty to foilloo lli« wrliiue' a« he tbinka proper- Oue man may writ* to the eemei.aiid idbeimder »lnod— another may write bfjond the ability of common nndentatldinee, and bp aiilntellli;il)lo- hut it it o...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. '^ LATJNOESTOW, V. D. Land,Satuhdhy, April*, 1635. ' Honeity of purpose, and the good of our ndujiUd Country.' PerhRpa at dd period since the organi zation ol' the Lcgiilalive Council, have Acts of greater utility end moment been brought under itsconiideralion, than thoan projioseil lo be discussed at its present sitting. II ii evident the Attorney Gene ral has not been idle, ami it i» much to his credit, that Acts .comprehending bo much importenlTnitter, have not been too has tily forced upon the Council ; for, notwilh ? ?landing the necessity to expedite every eel of Legislature that can so materially affect the Well-being of the Colony, ustnany of those at present enumerated must assu redly do, io many obstacles arise to their completion, that ample lime should be «l lowed on all hands lo mature them. How often have we seen ' the acts passed at one silting, rendered nugatory before the ne*t silting commenced, either from some slight informality in their wordin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY WU. H. HARRIS, On Monday the 6th instant, »EDSTEADS, Tables, Chai'S, Wishing ?' Slando, Liverpnol Soap, Isle of France Sm-ar, Cheese, &c, &c, &c. 4ih April, 18S5.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor. Si*,— In a late number yon »tated that' among other projected improvements, wet docks Were to be cnl, to be entered by a iBnai tome where near StephtnionV It wui first rumoured that they were lo be at George Town, which is somewhat loo distant. Sleplienson'n has tlie advantage, by being only two miles from Lamt cesion, bill if rut there, they would be »??( ilcir.liS in every leute of the woid, as the Swamp it inundated I for weeks lopeiuer during Hie winter month', and 'we could then have acbess lo them by aailiiiK boats a near way across ihe Swamp. ' This would bta ttOUderibUmprnvementccrttlaly I ' Amonj! the lieiof ilie day ill. t'ated, thai Ihe Goveniur ha. got 8 fri.^d io purchase some land there, but that It only «? a weak, invention of the em-my, for nnle.i we were bereft of our sentet oo.one would think of building storehouse, or other iMiblic bull Jingt ia a bog, whm they U(TS terra firm* lo build thim oi 5 anj tuen Ws ene mies cannot accuse the Gyvernor uf wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

DIED— On Tuesday evening, Mr, J. B. KtuitToN, of the Outturn Mouse, after a lingering illness.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

Ara ; 4 -Sailed, the cutter H'iitiam, Cw'ain ^'r.'rh , for iJaso't Stralta, ,

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HIGH WATER AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

HIGH WATBll AT LAUNCESTON. tt. m. n- m. Stmrlnx) ? fl 15 \ WtanMday.,. 6 30 JWonrfny -...:. 7 0 Tnunday.... 9 15 Tuctilan .... 7 4fi 1 I'ridan ...... 10 0 Saturday ? to «

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To the Editor. FIAT JUSTITIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor. FIAT JUSTITIA ! Sir,— I observe a letter in the Advertiser, written by Mr. J. W. Bell, touching the late convic tions at the Police Office,— a celebrated conviction he denominates it,—if it is not, it ought to be made so, in order to expose the arbitrary, or, unlawful acts of the very numerous Justices of the Peace in this Colony. With regard to the conviction, named, the matter rests upon a very plain basis. Was it Legal? Was it not Legal? If the first, why should the Magistracy nullify their Verdict, by with- drawing the Constables they put in charge of Mr Bell's property, and by paying all expences, and stopping the proceedings he had entered against them? If it were Legal, why adopt proceedings that have an undisputed tendency to bring the Magisterial body into contempt? There are plain questions,   —can you answer them.!!!   Your obedient servant, Aristides. [In reply to the queries of our correspon- dent, we feel compelled to declare ou...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 April 1835

To the Editor. Sib,— Ohservlnn in your last P»per n He. port of a Trial (tlie Attorney General versus the Cornwall Bank,) in winch the Judge is tinted to liavc txpnstrd him-ell in such a manner, as mighMu (hose unacquainted With tho circoms-ances, appear a reflection upon the Odiccis of ihe present Eslablibhinent— I brg to slate, that the Jutlgm* tentatbg -1 d not, niidicr cou (1 they iipplv, to iheOtlircm of tliepresriit K-taLlish-npnti but lolh,,6etu oflicc Sometime tioce, one --l whom bns be.n d-ad n coutiilembU' period. I liavc also t» add, that at ihe time the ?rniiBacti.-nocru-re-l which earo ri-e to the Aciion, 1 was n»t in an) way connected with the Cornwall Bank. I am, Sii, vuur obedient Servant, C. S. Henry, Managing Director. Cornwall Bank, April S, 1835. [fit ihi* town, It cannot foe understood that the Aciion tried at the recent silting of the Supreme Court had any connexion whatever^ with tlie present Establishment oftlie Cornwall Bank. We readilj give insertion to Mr....

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