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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

Co lj)i Xtrftor. Sin,— tt appears tbat after the old road to Hobwrt Town, by tba Windmill Hill, tin been Oaaelted according 10 Law, and ready lo be re opened, Mr. Lawrence bat completely put Ibe Government ip defiance, by laying sued a quan tity of limber across it, itistt it is no longer ac. reatlbla to even foot passengers. Will this be endnrad? ana Ibe Governor hlmi»H on the spot; or will die lohebltauts of Laonctslon be -o supine, and blind to Ihtirown Interesi, and convenience, ?? lo permit it, and allow a line of circumvalla tiomobt d»wn«n tbat «Ueof the Ttivin, isaa to prevent alt supply of fuel lo come in lo it from that directiou ; but as they have wanted pure water for eleven yean, during tha reign of Colo nel Arthur, what will Ibejr not mbmll to.— Yom- 4c, » An ImuBiiAxT. Utneiiton.Marck J, 18J6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

SALES BY AtfgyiOW«| J To be Sold by Public JiiHg^ j BY MR. G. HAMILTCNtfxJ On Tueiday the \5th March, hittant, [I ©11 ttje ffirounB, [I 6 Valuable Allotments}! Situate on the Windmill Hill, corner ol Weltman street. For private reaidenceil these Allotments era well worthy (be atteal tion of the Public, commanding as they don the view* of the Town and Harbour, W well aa their central situation, being ontfl a short dis ance from the Church Squatifl JXttvtSljmtittS bin bt probiBt*. ? 4th March, 1636. 1 To be Hold by Public Anctiom BY MR. UNDERWOOD,! .On Tueidag, the 15. A inttant, at Mo'cMM on -the I'rcmttei of It. C.GVNN, hM adjoining the property of T.SC0T2, EllM and the Catholic Burial Ground, B fin Eotd to Suit ?Purdjattre', ? Aloutsi acres of growing potatoes 'B 1 acre of do. of hops, almfl ready forgathering ? 3 acres of do. of turnips ? 1 ttaclt of excellent 08t hay ? A quroiity of quarried stones ? Bullock cart H Horte, cart, and harness ? Plough and harrows . M Aa excellent ca...

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Phases of the moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

Qtyasti ol tty iHoon. J.Jil qnar- lOili Morel,, 1 1 «it»- |)a»l 7 afternoon. £ I * ' I c ? --i-E | ^j-S I S._ £ I 2'5 * I c I * S,g|U« agf,*gs.NUS8l.t!l tt j s 40 1 6 an 4 i»|7 4-ju «o|a a» I '.'.'';

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

1K0M Tilt Up)} ART TOWN GAZETTE The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ptmitllfl,ft« of leave 10 the following runvicls. uii ihe orcasion of the celehialiouol lur ilcji-lly's I5iithl)»y:_ John Auilrewt. Daiid Lion: D.niil Barlnti. Tintius ; Thomas 13, hid, Uiiza ; IKmy |1U- I; Woodman ; Daniel Hloomfield, Uuvi-tnor K.ndy ; Miiram lla-eett, W'm. OXva Anilersou ; Williort: liiimfoid, ditto ; William Beakon, Compelilor ; William f.-ook, Chde; Aone Callahaa, Mary; Tliomas nmmpfoii, Prrsietl , James ('lose, S;r Godf.vy Wtbstet; William Chaplin, Suailifuli! say j William Crouc, John j Jas. Guilds, Argyle ; Th.mas Chambet», McdiiM; .lotui Crawlmrs;, I'liccuit 'J; John Crisp, Lay ton ; Loiy Cm lit, Sarry 2 ; William Davis Close, S,r Gudfrry Wtb ktei ; Peter Cordwell, John ; John Day, Artjylo ; John Purhwuitli.Mary j Richard ])atby. Tbamrc ; Abmliain Uealh, Lord Lyndoch; Aieiander Dnckrr. Slrsthlieldeay; Samiipl ICa.lts, Sir Hod frey Wcbsur; David £-nn«, Thames ; Willhr.; Findlayson, Ca...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

snip t£w hrws. Feb 29-Sailed the schooner Elizabeth, Captain Brown, for Sydney. Passenger, Mr Johnson ?cargo, 1000 bushels wheat, 1 ton hay. 2 tons flour.  

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

Police Office We have numerous complaints against the present   method of conducting the Police office business— know- ing that a child of twelve years of age, or a broomstick     if it could be made to talk, if put into the responsible office of Police Magistrate, must be received by the People; we were disposed to give the young man recently appointed, a fair start, but upon our honor, we begin to feel that all the bolstering is of little service to him. If the head of a functionary is not screwed on right, the age of Methuselah will not afford him the tact to employ it creditably, and we must therefore hold up our hands in favor of the immediate appoint- ment of mature head, for the head of the Police   Department. Mr. Clark exercises in the discharge of his duties, the privilege of punishing a master for the bad conduct of his servant. Now, every body must know, that masters have much to put up with in the conduct of their assi...

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Launceston Races—1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

Eauiiccitoii i\acf3-183G. It was fearrd that ibe damp woa her, wjilcli pte«ail«d foraumeilajs priur 10 the Races, wunld occabiuti b damp to the Binusifnenis expected fiom the pn|iuiar mhibition— iioiBiliitaiidiiig, how en-r,ilie .litlit a: leni»e ijroEnosiics of Uie knowing oni's.ilie Ke.idier lielii uv in good lime, and a (night sunn) rooming ushtiirl 111 ilie lirtt dav of Hie Idem, wlin.il MasMitc.edeil by oibei-,'un II their lerniination. ('ruin j,ii|s),osl ion,we were prer -eu(td wiititstiiig the onius. ments, and are oblig ed fur the lollowliii; Tcporlt to one oltlientewards. Tlie (lares oil ilte fli't day were excellent— sur. |)a-hiu|( any (uiuht races un Iliis aide. Tim Town I'laie 101 6U mil -.— three miles und uditiance— was iiniiinir inmates and tutnty tiro lecondt. This raue ua- ailcniiably conies 1, d, and win in gallant -i)|p. hy Mr. ltoU,ci ia.oi.'« Tbeirta, billing Mr. l'\tto't H'Ulitf he-Caa, --ud Mi. Mad. In. kh*s iun c/10. 'The ?unmiigou tlic «-, o,,d and Ihiifi da...

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Infant School. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

Infant Sdioal. We entrett the support of Uie Public to this benevo lent inlllluuVin. It i' ininos-li-le ton much to commend the exertions of the Individuals who first established, and who have since continued with so mucli real, tn advance the interest of the Infant School. To the un. wearied exertlnns of those genllfmen, It owes its present respectable stand me, and we trust that the Public will now step forward liberally fur its future support. What excrliotib can be more truly valuable than those exerci6ed In re&culug from ignorance and vke, the children of both %ckvr, mid in fitting them for li'Tic-slimrsuiu Uiaucr life, tuttie udvanuge ol society and to lheinself.es. The adverlll.emenptof the Infant Sclioul.lll the back pace, slinuld be as tinder:— The Aiiulvcitary Meellnis of tills Boclely, «'IU take plate jni Xliuriday^ritst. the IOLI- allot .,nl the new S.liou) ll»u-c in Frederick lilrrei. at a. u-ilucK in the aflenioou. His Gsccllelicy In the Chair. It is said, that...

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PRIVATE PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

riUVVl'E FAR1IKS. At tlie close of ttie racci, ? f«* of tlia lending anil liberal minded inlmliltanu of latunceiinii, wlmte furfr penitence -if principle i- mi srcfM, and whn prefrr the autMi itvawal qf tlteir letulmanls, tn the i-9copliantic adultlioii uf lome oltitii-»lio chiose Enfllih liberty uf Goiiscipne^, 10 loiA-e4ilng~rt»'wed sintll iMtlles of thlr tun IcidMy. u 111 ir r»idcnces,-t wliich v.i- nb served. Hie old iniilliti hnsintililv, uninl»tj witli tile f.irinil eUijuelte or Court itgill«Uo,i.. A friend uf on™ wlin hid accepuJ inviutlDnt ID wverat uf these unrlien, w«- bound to ackn iwltJjc the frienJntiin shewn to him, by a short vlilt in enrli~lie mfiirnif us, that duiins a residence of fun, ycurs In Iliii, and (lie titter Cnliiiy, lie w.is not beloirto mucli reuiiniled -if the lialiit, at Knsliili Gentlemen In their nlil faiuilr numc suids. T'iet- idirs ihcnei nere rcma' kulilc for neaCneu. nn lliuetitd £t* s&w&; ito umtintvti&nk Auery; mid in th...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1836 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LATTNCESTOIT V. D. Land. Sltubday.HIibcb 6, 1836 ' Llberly with danger is to be preferred to slavery with security. ' Sallost.' Are ve correct in stating that Colonial! became honored with bis Excellency'* de ?ire to establish Tylhe Una in Au domi nions, by the means of his opening speech to the Legislative Council, last Seisionaf It crosses our mind, itial tils Excellency ?ought that opportunity to recommend the introduction of anobnoxioui, unjust, and incligiouiTax.lo increase the Revenue, at the expense of Ihc Agriculturist. We acknowledge ouraelve»,probably,incorrect in both the period and occasion of the ex pression of bis Excellency's sentiments, but ? thai they were sent forth to the world upon some recent public meeting, is true, and being go, we are justified in offering a few remark* upon tne suDject. The disiurbancei that for so many years have disgraced poor Ireland, have been too frequent, end too generally reported, to allow scarcely any person, how...

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The [?] Australian Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

Hlhe jirtu gtugtrvilMn Colonn. (From the TwmanutH ) At a d ? rei-«,,i,y ihe -l,.ii. hul-'en 'I Hie new C'l''» loCi, 'la, , ill.,,. I ,,,anti, then™ G..v, ?,,,.,,. -;nl,,,n-l Hit lieniy TWreiK, tlie Cliairuun, on ,irnp ,»,ng Ins Kicelleney-s healtli, made a lnnj .pcecli. c,,nu,,nl,,i; soi.il- truths anil 'ome I'lrun. We in ite llie follnwing eitract, and sball ou*er a few words in common (beremi ;- ' The Interests of England, wonH Induce an enllfl, (elied u.luitter tngive tlie ut,n,,-l altoutliHi tu directing llii-eiilonlntinn ,, I Ann, aha. Qat tlie nucE.inn \ca«, to uliat pK.t 01 tbe eniltry llial allenlinn shonld be 5iven 1 WuuU it Ue Ki New K,uitli Wulw, lu V»' Dieincn's Liod, ?-, lu lhe neir B uisli Pri,,i,ice ofSnulli Au.l.Hllal In Ii s npininu Uic tule «,l col.nuj.il.riii would tt.i.v u tlint new pi nvinca. /» the first flare the elder Australia war suiijiortrit liy convict labour ; wlicreiK, the uetv Ctilnuy wuuld rest entirely for fii|i|iui t on llie constant aim sunicitnl s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

For soma dayi wo h»»e experlenc C& all ihe inconvenience' of ? 8tck chamber, which we have fe«t ihe more noulely, being '«w«re lhat we had up friendly li«nd to auirt v» in oo,r mwery - tall upon lo mak? up by hi» oMiileWce.for ourinVapacily. Added to our indi»idu»» dUabiliiy, tlie Clerk aUnclied to the office, with a proipect he key. °f bettering hit circumstances -took his departure from it in thoraMitofoii' di»tre««— and the Races taking place at the name time liatre not per. (Hilled, of course, out workmen to exercise their usual atleotioo, even in their particu lar obligation* Under tbeae circumstances, the Editor pravs the indulgence of the Header* of the Chronicle. He has been under the neces sity of extracting very largely from the Colonial papers, and trusts that *lie lack of the usual two or three columns of local information, will be excmeil, if between this and the day ol publication, his Indis position it not removed, sufficiently, to c nable him to apply hiiweU ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

'F.uiftitiS. R-ruat.|euiiast-The Marnui* of W.lr.ford. :irr..,n. lianu-il h» l»i,-l ],l-t'lvil,I-,ir-tJ,,lll- ll.Me.ro.il.ll.l'll.n,. i:olou,:l I).,.,,l,,s. nt tlir Guild., ri,,1 o'l.i-r nolilen.i ,\ nrr.t^d 11, Seulemhrr la-l HI N'. « V,.r'., ,n hi-. »|il.-n-l-d jarl.f. One ,'. , ,pii; II,. ) col n liltlr '? i..//..i/-'-».ilh.-.l which the V,,,ikee ' rtMnwllir,' .,r the iieiirc, n ??: *.y »H\« tl.'e' .V.H' lort Com:!/! rial '' i,h,lhur'. { ' riotous Uartiu-tr-l-.' Tlie ngi.r L,,.ls ri-,,i,nc tin- j were marched through lhe HrcVn' m tlit-ir 10,., n-nre »nd I'apca.d aniuarance Lufrae. tl,i- M.,o»lrale», l.v who,,, they were set'irely lect.nr.l 11,, nil Ih.ir ?-' (?rao'fulcoudiicl— lined luti.ty Hollnx c.ich,.u,l i.llnwud ' wcr' would produce tli. i, vis;, I,,; the Annum PcnltciilLiry a- ' ervcrlmmlalhli.' Ity the uccnunti, fi.int New Soiuh Wales, it a|)|,,'arft that an Act had pas»ed the llwm-il. r.,l-icine llii- r:,t. ofposuge, and doing nnay with lhe laiupoo knuwledte atlocelher. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

FREIGHT «V PASSAGE. FOR LONDON DIRECT, _=£&_ THE fiuc fast baling leuk tiuilt ABBm. 'Ounces charlotte,' gfflMBBL Henry Ricbardsnn, Commander, *£sS3W9 will meet willi quick despatch, bavin; her dead weight engaged. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Com-' manderou board, or to JOSEPH PENNY. Wharf, Feb. 13, 1630. FOR LONDON DIRECT, _^& '1 HE well-known first-class Uit ~2taa ttti'ine barqne ^BsIBL PROTECTOR, ^JbSSj'WI *? *? ^* Blv*oo- Commander, Q33JJ now r«ady to lake io cargo, sod liavi g the whole of lit r dead weigh I engaged, will be dispatched quickly. For Freight or Passage apply to tbe Captain on board, or HEWITT. GORE, & Co. St. John Street, Jan. 8, 1836. ? FOR ROBART TOWN, vgg&'J'Htt finefast-sailing brig Ulytsei, Sfflifc Cnpt. Crawford, will nil in 14 day* from (.his date— lias room for ?lioul 100 torn goods on freight. Ap ply to HEWITT, GORE, & Co. St John-l'rert, Feb. 17, 1830. PASSAGE TO HOKIANGA NEW ZEALAND. THE fine fast-sailing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836

NOTICE, V»/B, 0EO. '& MILTON, BEGS leave to acquaint hii numerous Friends and Patrons, that bis Monthly Sale of Stock, . AND PROPERTY, AT PERTH, Will take place on ? ' Wedtutihy* the Blk of Marchnext, at the gAlNT ANDREWS INN. G H. requests all persons having Stock or Property for «ate, will give him ,Wq d»va jiottce previous to the. dhy ol / Salt to totmnntft at IS o'clock. *?' . Charlie Slttf e(, Luunufton. February 87,' 1836. . ? To he Sold by Public Action, BY WR. UNDERWOOD, At hit Rvdmi. corner of Charki and Cnmtron * street; on Saturday, tlie \9lh and Monday the flUt March, at One o'clock precisely, oithout the least reserve, mz :— rpllIHi V Sin dpwn Kilmaruock caps . J.' 16} ditto Scotch ciij'k 12 9.4th «ugi 34 9-4th ditto 2 7-4 h ditto 4 6 4th dittp -( 0 duck froolt* - 100 :di-to . irowscrs ? 5 2 bushel measures S3 dnx. I«b1e knives and foikt (assorted) 6 dttoJeJ'crt ditto IS ditto resors ' Paints, black, blue, yellor and green, in 14,28, 50 and 11211). kegs filnclc ...

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COCKNEY PLEASURERS ON A SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

COCKNEY PLEABUttEUS ON A SUNDAY. Let as beg our readers to imagine themselves stationed by our side In Come Hell-known rural ' let-gardens.' Tue heat is intense thin alter, noon, and the people of whom there are addi tional parties arriving every m inenl, look as warm as (lie tables which have Item lerenilv painted, and lute the appearance of being red liot. What a dim and noise! Men and women — boys and RirU— livnethearU aud married pro. plf— babes In arms.and children in chaises — pipes qnd glninips— cigait and peiriwiukles — lea mid tobacco. GenllHiien, in alaiming waitlcoais, and steel watch guards, pionifnading about, three abreast with sin prising dignity (ores the gentle man in the next uox facetiously observes, ' cut. ting ituncenmon fat',) — ladies with great, long, white pocket handkerchiefs, like small table clotlia, in their hands, chasing one another on Hie grass, in the mostplayful and interesting man ner, with the view of attracting the attention of Ibeaforesaid gentl...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

©o tie lEDitor. Sia— Toor Coniem|mr»ry, ilie Advertiser, at u u,n,i J with it, In lit 1.U number, attempted lo bolsw 1 .£ official condnctof the Ule Police ftl,«s-flrate^n ,„,«„.* T 'tlialUwasaneieinpIaryfeatureinthepubliccoadiicinV Mr. IVylllelon, in his sutlon bfljullce uSagfatrale'; U,°. Tnwii tllnt lis*nt*Vus-Misldstit an nuar s-tilti.^ »_...? ? . I agaiiiattholnhsbltani..' I tell Mr. J'W/&r'K'£ support the felon pulice In Iu conduct lu-aUutlui Inhabitant! was an exemplar, feoturn In Mr. C'ul eu,, v I conduct. I have had frequent occaaii.n to witueu f I aud from Individual experience I can prove, t „'«.'' AtmilSfr'atblteinent it false, t had i hone ut ihto thepoulrt-aiid I was surprised on bearing ij^uu only a few hours before, I saw tlie animal secure ia my iwdsVick— It was well fenced, and upon tug mil i opening iuu It was a good lock, which 1 discovered upon examination to liaye been broken. Till, clicun,' stance led me to suppose unfair meant tad been used logrtmvliu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Notice in hereby given, that the Conrt of Quarter Sessions for llie,abov« Dlnlrlcl, will be liolden at tho Court «ouie, Launceiton, on Ihuriday next, the 1 Tib day or March instant, at ] (I o'clock in the fareuomi, fur the trial of free persons, when all persons under recognleanee lo apptaror prosecute arc required to attend.

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Phases of the moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

?pijafits of fj)» flJbon. New Moon, 17th March, fi4mts. nast Cademoon 10 j J 40 j C Jl 4 20 1 40 | It g»|« to|''tnltf'

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 March 1836

Ho ttit aEUttor. Sir,— A few daytugn, I hapneneri to be travellinc I acro.i the country in tlie Mall, end from tlie jeiiclli of I lime lliat watucciipied in crotslug al tlie present Firry, I on the Derwenl.lnduoed me tnaak the driver the reaaon I Ihe Mail -lfd not erott at nridgewaler-lie Informed I me, that the contractor had applied for leave to crou I the Mail there, but vaa relused, mileu be would cntnt I under a bond to complete llie journey Id one hour leu I time than be now does. I thought Ill's rllremelr hard, I after the Immenie amns of public money which have been expended nn that work, thai llie Mail shuuld be prevented from crusting. YonVt. & TSITKLIXK.

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