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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

SbadciS of tlic i&aow Last quarter,— 9th April, El ruts, past 1 morning. lUilirilfteIilt°s|g|Hfil

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

ftffdb QKabr at £nuntrfton. H. M. n. K. Sunday .... 8 4S I Wednesday.... II 0 Monday ? 9 80 Thursday ? 11 -B Tue»ley....X0 IS j Friday ? 12 SO Saturday ........ 1 15 AVk, Hudson, Harbour Master, j

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LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

LIST Of Arrivals pud Departures in the Poit of Laun coton, from 1st January to Slit March, 1886. AB8IVALS. J DETAHTOaES. Jan. 1886. Jip. 18S6. 4— Alexander Johnston 2— Charles Kerr 6— Norval 4— Adelaide '— Enterprise 9 — Dart 8— Currency Lass 19— Currency Xass 12— Ellen St— Ellen '?—Elizabeth. Taylor- 25— Adelaide son 27 — Champion IS— Hetty 38— Hetty '—Champion 89— Enterprizs 14— Adelaide '—Mary IS— Brazil Packet SO— Caledonia 19— Caledonia Feb. 1886 22— Maria 8— William S8— Elizabeth '—Elizabeth 29— Thistle 7— Mary Ann 81— Nimrod 8 — Adelaide Feb. 1836. 10— Ann 4— Adelaide 18— Caledonia 12— Frances Charlotte 19— John Dcnniston 14 — Currency Lass ' — John Dunscomb 15— Dart 21— Isabella '—Ulysses '—Thistle 1 R ? AAtAaiAt* *' ? Ad pltt id** '—Champion 27— Currency Lass '— T&mar 28- Champion 24— Chilli March 1836. 2S— Hind 1— Nimrod 29— Thistle 2— Elizabeth March 1836. C— Thistle 8— Adelaide ' 8— Adelaide '—Caledonia 11— Caledonia 8— William 12— Hind IS ? Enterprise ' — Alcxan...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

VarittfaJ. Illegal Marriages ? By the bill relating to marriages within the prohibited degree, which re cently passed the two Houses, all rASrr marriages within the prohibited degree of affinity, are nrn «..»- .iviiittumiuigein tne .Ecclesiastical Courts, unless the suits for annulling them had been pend ingtlic 1st of June; butall future marriages with 'jt the forbidden degrees, both of affinity and con sanguinity, are ' absolutely null and void,' to all purposes whatsoever..— Jons Bull. Marriage ? I never knew a marriage expressly for money, that did not end unhappy. Yet manag ing mothers and heartless daughters arc continually playing the same unlucky game. I believe that men more frequently marry for love than women, because they have a free choice. I am afraid to conjecture iiow large a portion of women marry, because they think they shall not have a better chance, and dread being dependent. Such marriages, no doubt, some times prove tolerably comfortable, but a great number wo...

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LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

LISt Of Arrivals and Departures at the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, since January. 3av. £.— THinar, of Sydney, 400 barrels ; tailed on the 13th. 10— Scbina, American, 1700 barrels; coiled on the SOth. 11— William Hamilton, American, 1800 bar rels ; sailed on the 2nd Feb. 12— MouliMi), of London, 1300 barrels— on the 24th November, in a dreadful gale, lost 40 barrels of oil off deck, 4 boats, and bulirarks, and was on her beam ends for 12 hours. IS— Parker, American, ISO barrels; coiled Jan. 22«d 15— Pwcy Hall, London, TOObarrrcls 18— Lady Ambcrst, London, 2500 barrels ; fjtilcJ ftli Feb. 19— William Bennett, London, SCO barrels; sailed 22nd Jan. S7— James Culvin, London, 1700 barrels; tailed 6th Feb. SO — Rambler, American, 50 barrels. -? —Cteviott, London, 350 barrels. Feb. 1 — Benjamin Hush, American, 1600 barrels. S — Moss, American, 3200 barrels. 8 — Columbus, American, 650 barrels | (ailed on the 10th Feb. 6 — Jcs,, from Wouiangi, sundries, 4— Lady licitli, Sydney 400 barrels. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

FREIGHT 6c PASSAGE. FOR LONDON DIRECT, ?'ft&aL T^HE fail tailing barque i§i& A NORVAL, BfiU-MSJi. Hobson Coltish, C- mmander, ^HawwS having her deed weight on board, will meet with quick despatch. For Freight of Wool only, or passage, ?pply to the Commander on board, or to HENRY REED. March 19. 1836. ? - FOR LONDON DIRECT, _snfc THE well-known, first-clasi :*Sik PROTECTOR, jgj§vfgs|9 D. Braoo, Commander, now nearly loaded, hai room for a tew bales of wool only. For freight, apply to the Captain on board, or to HEWITT, GORE, & Co. AOIKTS St. John Street, March 8. For London Direct, TO FOLLOW TPE ' PROTECTOR,' -4&&» TH E fine first class Brig S3SL J ELIZABETH TAY X.ORSON, Wm. SaumDcrs, Com mander. This vessel has the whole of her dead weight engaged, and will be despatched sjutckiy. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to HEWITT, GORE f Co., Agents. 81. John street, 8 h March. FOR LONDON, .^-A T B E fine, first-clt-ts,Butish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. ONE OF BUILDING GROUND. /DJ0IN1AG THE PUBLIC POUND. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, On Saturday next, Ifilh instant, at one o'clock precinfly, et bisKooutS, Charles street, QNE valuable ALLOTMENT of Build ing Ground, adjoining the residence I of Mn. Jordan and the Public Pound, Imving a fronlnge of 40 feet to George Mr- et, and side linn along the property ol Mr. Jordan, 160 fed. TERMS:— Twenty per Cent, deposit, and the remainder by an approved Bill at tliree mouths. IMPORTANT SALti Of Fine IVooled Sheep, TAME MULCH COWS. BULLOCKS, HORSES, ^c MR. J. A. EDDIE, JjEOS to announce, that he will Sell by Public Anclion, On Thursday the 2Qlh instant, AT CLEGQAN. SOUTH ESK RIVER, Commencing precisely at 1 1 o'clock, the whole of the STOCK, of a Gentleman leaving the Colony, coniiitlngof— Ewes and Wethers* superior to none in tlic Colony,— quiet MILCH COWS, and their ihreasr, WORKING BULLOCKS, i draft $ unmu horses, Farming Implement*, GRAIN IN STACK, '«£?,...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

tTtlV T&gg, NEWS. Allit 4— Arrived the schooner ELraAliKTIt, ? «puiu Urovvn, from Sydney. Passengers, Me. and Mis. M'Killop and two children, Mr. Weymouth »ud James Griffin. Cargo, 1 package furniture, 1 bale cotton, 18 casks glass, 18 cases Hardware, 4 cases vinegar; B cases catfw.ojl, 1 case glue, 100 cheeses, 2 bag* ginger, 1 case lemons, 2 cases bats ami caps, 86 lags cedar, 85 window rills— H. Brown; 6 casks oil, lease shoes, 30 cases gin— M'Killop. April 5— Sailed the Caledonia, Captain Sy mers. for Vart PJiiflm Kitur f2i-nrm-'c finnnri. Cal cutta, and Madras. Passengers, Major Wcllmau, Mr. Hector Wcllmau, Mr. and Mrs, Batman, Miss E. Batman, Miss A, Batman, Miss Newcotnb, Mr. II. Huskcth, Mary DoIkoti, Mary Uylaud, James Simpson, Esq., Robert Marsdcn, l'ctcr Vallock.a prisoner, with permission from the Principal Super intendent. Cargo, 800 sheep, SO horses, CO bead borncd cattle. ArniL g— Cleared at llic CustonirHouse, tlie schooner Eu/.iueth, Captain Brown, for S.rdn...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

dfrom *J&e «atrttt. Roads— The SurveyorGcneral hereby gives notice, that the Roads |n*ihe neighbourhood of York plains, Bivcr Tannr, *i advertised by him in the Gazette or the 11th December, 1834, are ap proved and confirmed. Subscriptions received on account of Church at Norfolk Plains. £ s. d. 1881 Mr. J. Archer - ? IS IS 0 Mr. W. Archer - - S S O Mr. Bonney ? -; 10 0 0 Mr. W. Brumby - -; 8 0 0 Rev.R.B. Claborne- - S S 0 Mr. Clayton . - 6 0 0 Mr.Cooke - - 8 £ 0 MrDyball - - 2 0 0 Mr. Gibson - 10 O 0 Mr. Hortle - - S 6 0 Dr. Paton - - 10 10 0 Mr. Parker - - 3 0 0 Mr. T. Rcibcy - - i S 6 0 Capt. Smith - - ; 10 0 0 Mr. Skardon - -,880 Mr. Tooscy (V. D. L. Esla blishmcnt.) - - . ju u u Mr. Wcston - -800 Mr. A. Walker - - 1 5 5 0 Total Amount in 1831 £116 16 0 1835 _ I ' Additional SuuscirnoNS in ipSS. Mr. J. Archer - 10 0 0 Mr. W. Archer - - S 0 0 Mr. Baker - - 2 0 0 Rev. R. R. Davics - ? 10 0 0 Mr. Elliston - -200 Mr. Groom - - 2 0 0 M. Home - - 5 0 0 Dr. Paton - - 2 2 0 Mr. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

A Correspondent inthe Colokial Tims, states tlefoUowing mo* shameful act cronnr-3S-m, eom mltted by a member or the Janissary Police,— on .outlaw from another country, who, jf .Justice was aonetoIihn,wouia*eoutUwed in *hjs,-4-ut, the OTnwmust be supported. Colonel *rtnur per. miU a pared of English felons to' rile roughshod ever nearly Twmmr two thousand tree cnusn Subjects!!'. How long will HIKE BOEN— and honest men, calmly submit to to great a degradation Call from the hulks, in the Mother Country, the most depraved of the outcast!, atoning at them for their crimes, and place them over our Countrymen —there— in the shape of a Police; how long would such insult to the common feelings of honesty be endured f Place in a witness box, in a court of justice— thebe — a twice and thrice convicted felon, to give evidence against a man, accused of crime would a Judge receive his evidence, or a Jury re main empannelled, so insulted? Would not the very populace give vent to an honest indignat...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON. V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

CORNWALL 'cilKONICUi LATTNCESTON V. D. I.AKD, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 188G. i ' Liberty with danger is to ec pi eft i red to slavery H'itli security. To state correctly, the amount of disadvantage arising out of the Car-famed Prison Discipline system of Government, adopted in this country, is u task, which fciv men, even the closest observers of its ?TuiwujjD^ui. W1WIK III I1U4II£. auc uhai uhv.vm, however, arc not strangers to the miseries issuing out of it, which ore neither few, nor inconsiderable ; indeed, if the injurious effects of the system were laid bare, it would appear evident, that no partial good it could produce, would be estimated an equi valent to the distress it occasions. We know not one advantage icsultine from it — but allowinc it to be productive, of however many— 4.hey would be un worthy to be consiSercd a balance against its mis cliievous tendency, to destioy (lie honorable acsacia tion of civilized society. In whatever way we direct our attention to the measures o...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

Corn ffiarhct. As might reasonably bo nuticijnteil — tlic recent reduction in (lie price ofgmin at Sydney, li:is oper ' nl -d on tl.it moiket. 'I'lic buying price of wheat (tliUday) is from 8s. lo 8s. fid. Sellers arc unwil ling to accept of llic reduced price, nad buyers aiv anxiously awaiting an arrival from Sydney — as it i- expected, that some coiiMitaablc supplies of Wheat ami Hour have been received at th*t place, tt'liicli will, of com*;, (should it jirove.so) — lower the pre sent |-ricts litre, li Htlie general opinion, liuwcvoi, lii.it ivbcal cannot coniinue much under 20$. ilarlcy Bs ? oats fc ? flnc flour 60s. — seconds 27... ]K. 100 11». (kirn and other articles «f piovlsion, with the cx ccptinuof bulchcr» meal, luive cxivrieiiccd a siiihII di ii'catc in price iilicc uur hist. Some eaui|iles «f wheat have been sold ns loiv ns 7s. per bushel, unit the av.-rage may be quoted ub runginy from tliat sum to 8s. GJ. ; bailey Cs. ; oats scarce ? Couuikh. Th~ market on Tuesday wa...

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From the latest Sponeg Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

  FROM THE LATEST SYDNEY PAPERS A Colonial Governor.— We learn, from a re- cent paper, that a series of charges have been pre- ferred against the Governor of Goa, who has been seized by force and deposed. The charges, as we collect them, are for various acts of oppression com- nutted against individuals— for passing by several cases of murder, violation, and robbery, without having instituted due inquiry - for dismissing various   respectable officers of the government, and ap- pointing disreputable persons in their stead— for countenancing and associating with individual   living in an open state or concubinage— for employ- ing a transported convict, who had returned from Angola— for employing, in a high station in the Goa troops, a man maintained by a prostitute, known by the designation of the 'Empress of the Coffee-Houses'— and for patronising the most no- torious gamblers of the Colony. Certainly, these are most un-governor-like acts, and ...

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Boislt SuStraKs. A correspondent informs us, that a Company has been formed at Syflney, or Van Diemcn's land, for the purpose of purchasing Land from the Aborignes of tlie District between the New Colon-. «f South Australia and the Penal Settlement of Sydney. We believe we may assure our Correspondent, that if his information be not erroneous, his Majesty's Govern ment will neither permit t||o .establishment on the line of Coast alluded to of any Company or Settle ment, nor will it, under any cucmnstpnees, recog nize the purchasing Land from the Satires — Globe.

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Commercial Intelligence, LONDON, DEC 2, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Comrnndnl IntcUtatrittt Iondok, Die. 2, 1886. Corns.— The market has been eiceedingly dull, as buyers w}ll not coma forward at the .{trices de manded, and holders ate little disposed to give way. Some sales ha ve been made by private contract, but at a reduction on former rates, especially for the lower qualities, though the better kind nave also participated in the decline. . SooiB — The business of the West India sugar has been on a limited scale, but at very iM prices. The|efincd sugar market is Is. higher this week. Taixow.— The market ii*'inues firm at 42s. -d. per cwL for* Russia, and 49s. perewt. for borne produce.

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Cave of Good hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

ffaut of ffiooK ftopt. -v l.re the South Africih Advertisers to *f' Tl,erc is notliiug we can extract tbe3udJanua0- ^ His Excellency Sir **? WlfctarSrsi t. Ce,* Won tie ^'KLmlir after an absence ia the field of *JS£L& AjrreatnumUrofthe^ '^Imc habitants received him at a consjaera ??«!?,« from the town, wi* every mark of *£jSs«Sta. \nd escorted Mm to CoT-™- ''fwMK i In the evening, the Batmcta, ;the S^rXEnglUUChurchTtlie Society ' Pouse, T^ Ll nriwte homes were illuminated fa honor ^^Cert rrtwn- How was it that the 5SK!; lives of human licingt W« «? »vantonly 'SffK W* to «archfor the origin of the Sgha»ever«inee.lieencalledXlKW jMw Edited losses mimCiWM EERomos: Cattle - - -? l'IJi| Sbcep and goat.- l«37f - . Bouses - - - ??**? . ^ESSLiS- £988,«* S 8 Uumlier of claimants «00 Trac waicrea ntm ?objbci fob «. ? Smxn J»c«ir.-Don Carlos, when at Durango, isnied a Royal Decree, appointing the Virgin Mary-Gcner. JiimooftbArmr1. In another Decnst,ne orders ?££ *w&*»* Sp^1 Su«...

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[?] Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Bofentn . f nttllinnct. BrJleCo«t**crIju», which tailed fromSyd. ney but Saturday, we have filet ofthc Journals up to the B& instant. Extracts of the Marten will be found in our uuial column. It appears (hat atjnd anoe of rain has fallen, and that the promising pnt grcst nf vegetation is expected to operate U|*m the larkett— XJoneral Bourko has given thu inhabitanti of Sydney a piece of Land, to erect an Exchange— which die Jktcrcliant* have undertaken to do. It would not be amiss for the I«unccston Merchant! to request Colonel Arthur to bt*ow a cimilar favor upon them— he would be happy, no doubt, to follow ?Ao example of the Sydney Governor, if applied to bj a iespoti4iih boHy. — Several Glove Factorisi have been cstablithed in the Sister Colony. Some of the work ; is thought to be equal to any thing of tie ktod .imported from the Mothar Country.— Sixty 1 pounds were given a tW weeks «iucc for twelve I acred of land at New Zealand ? The fate ot' the us. I fortunate Swax, i...

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Whale Vessels left in the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

«ai)alt VtittU Itft in flit ict. The vessels left in ice are_*he Abram, Doraon, Juncomhe, Harmony, Jane and William Tprr, of n'8p°?JHul0; the Lady Jane and Grcnvillc »»y of Shields t and Norfolk, of Berwick. Of tlicse the Duncomhe u nearest the water f Within eboutsiior seven miles ofthe watertedeel and the Auram, Dordon, Harmony, lady Jane, Orenvillc Bay and Norfolk, are within sight of the Dunconibe, in about CSX degrees JJ. laUtudp,1md 120 to 12? miles from Dusky aland. Several of the*e ahipt W« comparatively ^ pf ftr prpTi4bns_,U.e™ ?wo 1 but the Harmony which ha- nine enfa men -**oard, and was raid to have ran short of beef, is ? well supplied with bread. The master and *ht wholeorthe enw or the Mary Prances, with the ex, ceptionofeigat men brought borne liythe Alfred; we quartered on board the seven ships, which we have stated to be within sight or each other.- Wie Jane which does not appear to hare been «en by «'ypr the Hull ships, wa* reported to be liesct in r* i'^T1'**'*' ...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE, Multum in [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE, fSuttum in $atfo. Mr. Hate, tf. JP. for $t Ives, was blackballed Vy the St. Ivra IArary and Institution, at the last meeting oTtliat body.-^HatSeld House, inHatBeld PfA, nerefoidshire, the teat of the Marquis of 6a lisbinj.wns burnt on the 27th November. The Marchionos pciishcd in the flames — I&leiirive sales of land in Virginia, are effected in Xdfldon liv iiuUic auction, at about ouu acres lor *i«u— ana no 'flue in the country :_Sir if rands Durdelt, in lisdotsp, lias attacked Mr. O'Connell, XvUMithc libcml Pros throughftul tlie ^aiuntry is unanimous jn reprobation of.— Considerable public, cicitciuent ctisted ft Woolwich, in com cqucnoc of the death of a private in Uie Marines, by lock-jaw, brought on by the inSictfon of the lash. The Jury who -jtt upon tlu-Wy, returned a verdict to that effect— Jamet J;o;;g, '? Uic Kttxick Shepherd,' died on the 31st Nounibix, i* liii n«idence, on the bank? of the Tacrow, et Die hour of noon, at the atfe of 59 or 6...

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high water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 16 April 1836

Kitfh ORatit at »nunc«ton. Sunday .... 9 4SI Wednesday.... 6 o' ! Mania;..... » SO J Thursday ? 6 4& fuej-Uy.... 4 M] Friday ? 6 ft Saturday ., ? , 7 15 j ' ' Vf*. Hdotos, Harbour Matter. '

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