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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

dfrom Hit Oaytttc. Airil IS, 1836. CLAitm for Grakts — notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for womiiiation by the Commissioners appiintcd 1 for that puriwsc, upon or immediately after the 15th day or June next, before wliich day any Caveat or counter claim must be entered. Micliael Dowson, Area 2 roods 5 perches, Hobart Town. John Sweep Arcn S perches, Hobart Town. John Sweep Area 1 rood, Hobart Town. Samuel Reeves Area 610 acres, Lymington Parish, County of Cornwall. William Field Area CO acres Brcadaluano Parish, County of Corn wall. Originally granted to James Berry. William Field, Area 302 acres, Breadalbane Parish, County of Cornwall. Originally granted to John Thomas. wuimm mem Area 86 acres, Breadalbane Palish, County of Cora wall. Andrew Mitchell, Area 500 acres. Orriginally a location of 600 aores to Emanucl Wcitard. Sligo and Durham Pa rishes, County of Somerset. Iiczckioh Harrison, Area 320 acres. Oorigisally granted to Alexander Mc'...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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Court of [?] FIFTH BITTING FOR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

Court of fttattrdtt. tini ttTTtmi for 1886. Fiaiots in Country cases— this day. . ? —in Town' ditto— Wcdnesoay, April S7ih.

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

BHIP ^-W HEWS. Afan. 19_Arrivcd th« schooner Vanmttart, Captain Leslie, from Jlobart. Town. Passenger, Mr. Ward. April 32— vixrived lie briff Tftuuu, from Byduey. Atnii. 19— Sailed the barque Pbotector, Cap tain Bragg, for J^nmlon, ArtiL 20— Sailed the CaosMHtR, Captain Mc'iJoiiucll, for London, Passengers, J. D. Tooeey, tit)., and Mr, Yincc. 'bobaut town snip tnrra. April 19— Arrived tlje brig Camilla, Captain MarthaM, from London 7th Dec.

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

itiffh Watet at ftaunceiton. H. ? «. n. ». Sunday .... 7 IS [ Wednesday. , . . 10 80 Monday. ... 8 0 1 Thursday ? 11 IS Tuesday.... 0 4S I Friday ? |a 0 Saturday'. ? 12 45 Wir, Hudson, Harbour Master.

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Launceston Retail Price Current, [Complied for the Cornwall Chronicle.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

ftaunctdton 3&ct«tl J3it« Cuvrtnt, I {Compiled for the Corxmll Ckroniele.] ' Colonial Prildwx. lmforUi Gwdi, JMtnrbbd. ? 0 o Ale per doc. 0 H « . ji«ikt-rr inn » 0 0 Brown smiil do, o U« S»rpcrl-M. «» » Vottct,wrtb(t,iit)« t 0 Brew) (411. loaf) « 1 * OUeatptrIb 0 I o Bitcuti per cwt. I lo « Hum per do 0 I , -Su««fre«li,|j«lb« 1 « Suit per ton 4 0 J .IMlm salt per do 0 1 « »aaji imt do 49 ? o It mm per 1b. « C « l.ofrVniiMtiHjar s» 0 „ S»r.m |*rlb « I » e.l.da.|ierlb.lMl)« 0 o B»fiicrlb O « 7 Dun per Ib D « o Huuinijirr-lo It) piuii perlb (loal) * « o 1-urkr*rtb 0 0 10 Hum (duly paid) 0 II « Vent iierrio V 0 * DiUo in bond 0 4 4 Cliorul'Ujierib » » * Jlnuidy duty puld o is o Clittie per |b 0 I « Diuo (n loud o 6 o C»r.dl« (mould.) 0 I 0 Gin duty |,«\d o 18 o Hlllo (dips? Ol« »l«o *n bond o 4 0 Vceaiierduztn 0 1* lea per cheat ? € t Kwii per buihel 0 I '« »iuu per Ib Sao (Muieal per Ib « 0 e Tui-accooo.(uaiid)D « lu Hay iwr ton T 10 0 l)o. do. duly paid 0 1 o «Me» tacli(«»e.) ...

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NO. [?] THE SHERIFF'S OFFICER'S DOG [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

NO. a. THE SHERIFF'S OFFICER'S DOC 1 « I'm here, Master-always on the tout »en wmtSa-Jio '««ipei«rnere lim^fttnowsit -I likei that ere gammon about kids, and rick'uns, and Rarwitfon.and «U *»at-#t*4l« tbt* « Wtno feeling tat thcircmplojers, it mat -do IV ifiv^ana V I tooiftffift'fcBve 'em no «tfc«r. ray W drag -em«iroi|«n the key-hole, like a perryvinUe*ro^»uQidl-M V - - t Hence, vagabond ! Creation's scum ! Hence, and no longer haunt my house ; Thy presence makes me shudder, Bum '. Remove thy visage ominous : Well do I know thee, heartless scamp ! Whene'er I meet thec in my walk— For wretches ever on the tramp — With Mudgeon stout, and eye of tnivk. I mark thy coat of dirty drab — I note the weather-beaten castor — Upon society a scab ! Hence, man-trap ! with thy worthy master. Ready to pounce upon thy prey, Destruction in thy hateful touch is ; May late preserve each 'wretch, I say JProro ruthless Bum's unhallow'd dutches. ?' Now, blow me tight '. you comes it strong— A civil tong...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

ThetMrewerellectTipon the rireumitancei «*? tending tie illegal imprisonment ot MriThomu LwrWin obedience to a ?entonw of Mr-Puiine Junmiijjjtol^the more we are disposed to re grtfjWjEistould have cUimeowsnMaism amount y lila]i»^iMt»ni-Hwmftait; -^T-S»mm: wtiie rights of -an individual tramptllefl upon, without feeling Uie whole country imulteo. wuen Mr. lewii mu thrust Into the felons jail) «nd made to eust with felons, be received ft punishment that wa« juoecettnily tevere, even, if he had broken the law ; the offence with which lie wai charged, was do of. Itnct against society, end was of too insignificant a nature, altogether, to merit the slightest interference of a Law Court. The molehill was purposely made Aito -t mountain, and Mr. Montagu consigned a morally innocent man to indignity, and cruelty, unprecedented in the records of a British Couit of Justice. A representation was made to the Home Corernmcnt, wbich, at once, order the release of the victim, and that he should be...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

INDIA. ? -The freedom of the Indian Press is now placed under the protection of the laws, nor have we any the least apprehension that it will ever again be ?ubjected to the caprice jpjjtny W or Rst of men, or be made responsible %T«ny btter-powerthan that r the judicial tribunals of ffie countrjvj There may be some few who natter themsclvcr that the good old times will return, of gagging acts, which, in their uneven handed justice, applied only to the Journals which would not meanly cringe to autho rity, leaving to the unscrupulous supporters of ar bitrary power, a freedom of abuse of all opposed to it, amounting to an unexampled licentiousness, out raging public decency, and endangering the peace qf society ? there may be, we say, some few of those who hod good reason to consider that state of things very proper and very agreeable ; for no doubt it S9.0ARED uncommonly well with their notions of moral fitness; but most assuredly, if any there are who indulge in such dreams of a retr...

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From the Colonial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

jFrom tlje Colonial $aptrs. ' Cacti of Bad Times.— The other day, a mem. beroftbe Political Council, although one of those eternal Government bcscechcrs, had occasion to call on his Excellency, when the latter observed, in reply to a remark of the former, of the ruined state of trade and distress in the Colony, that, when he was in Launccston, he could not help but ob serve prosperity and contentment depicted in every countenance ; and that the distress in Hobart Town arose entirely from people interfering in politics. If the member had possessed one grain of wit, what a cutting reply might he not have given by placing the effect to the cause.— Tans Colonist. Eabter Sunday. — Last Sunday the whole of the ' Established Churches' were fully attended. Too Established English, Scots, and Irish, (the Roman Catholic) and the Established Weslcyau and Independent. They are all Established here, and the only advantage (and unspeakably great it is) which the Establishment of England possesses...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTOW V, D. LAND, SATURDAY, APIUI. 28, 188G. 'Liberty with danger is lo he preferred 10 slavery will) tccmiiy. * StlMUl.' Instead ofiaiproring, a« the Colony oaylit to do, now it becomes populouii aud iiuuoilnut, f-o'ii i's commercial resources, it is Minliiiff rotii^'niilc 1 mvc ments, which are East accamplUhing Umlcgiisilalir-n. The system— the abominable s^tcm — dtitroys Oio energies' of its Inhabitants— it renders (hem the means of their debasement— and, if lienuittcd to ob tain much longer, will make them deserving objects for the derision aud conVemyt of their fellow species, let them exist where they will, under manly and honorable controul. Our judicial cslafclUlunent, we pionounce it with regret, is rotten at the core, and, like the fruit which is so affected, destroys its natural worth. We exempt the principal instru ments, from, perhaps, a wanton deviation from the etUblishcd- usages of the Mother Countty-^tho fault lies in the system, and it mus...

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[?] Court. Before Mr. Justice Arabin.) CURIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

Jjtto Court. (Before Mr. Justice Arabin.) CORIOO8 CASE. Charles Burrell, was indicted for stealing two butcher's fctcels and a butcher's knife belonging to George Smith and Robert Jefferief : — Mr. Vox deposed to the -loss Softie property,— ifter which Robert JeSeries was Joldiiy the learned Judge to tell all about it. With great pleasure, your, Lordship, (said Robcit Jefferies.) You see as that bow me and Bob Painter bad a pint of half-and-half at a public-house, and Bob ax'd if I wonld buy a butcher's knife ? No, Sir, says 1, I've a werry good un hanging in the sham bles (laughter.) But, said he, I advise you to look it it, its what belongs to a butcher out of employ, what wants to sell it, in order to raise money to buy a dog cart ? fa laugh) — yes, a dog cart for the cat's meat line ? (hursts of laughter, in which the Court joined.)— Veil, I gives him four-pence, my Lord,and rell I vent home, and my master says. Jack, says he. [ vish you vould lend me your steel, for somebody's ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

Corn fltalttt. The Wheat market experienced a depression dur ing the week, arising [torn the accounts brought by the CnRBSircy Lash, and Marian Watson. Se veral purchases have been made at 7s. (id. and 8b. ; and we hear of some inconsiderable sales being ef fected by tbc Agents from Sydney, for that market. at 9s., and exceeding it. The reported sudden fall of wheat in tic Sydney Colony, and the eagerness, evident in the buyers for that place, to pick it up, where it offered, at previous high prices, induced our Holders, mostly, to await the event of another arrival. The William came is yesterday, bringing' advices up to Thursday week. The market hud taken a rise, and Wheat it quoted in the papers at from 1 Is. to 12s. 6d. per bushel ; Flour 28s. and 80s. per 100 lbs. The Launceston market price is pretty steady — good samples realize from 9s. to 10s. ; flour 22... to 25s. per 100 lbs. at Mr. Archer's ; oats arc a little higher — 6s. per bushel being demanded for them by the Retaile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

*-REIGHT_&^ PASSAGE. FOR LONDON DIRECT, -53(a 'PHB fa»t tailing barque VSSa. * NORVAL, WwjMjtBW Robbon Coltish, Cmmander, fSsppJEP having her dead weight on board, will meet with quick def patch. For Freight of Wool only, or passage, ?PP'y 4o the Commander on board, or to HENRY REED. March t9t 1838. ? For London Direct, TO rOLLOW THE ' PBOTECTOR,' 3Btt * EUfc ABETH TAY 3.OJR8ON, Wm. Saundebi, Com mander. This veisel being now nearly loaded, wl'l be dispatched quickly, having, room for wool only. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to HEWIaT, GORE tf Co., Aqkxts. fi'.John »tfc«t, gQia April. ? rOB LONDON DIRECT, _=r&_ TUB Um, feat tailing, te»k Luilt Jff$|ffl| 'flwKCJSS CHARLOTTE,' gBJgj&a. Henry Richardson, Commander, @fci5*3£)W Will meet with quick despatch, having her dead Wright engaged. Far Freight or Passage, apply totbo Com mander oo.jioard, or to JOSEPH PENNY. WhaK, Feb. 13,1830. For Port Phillip. -AflUTHE schooner OEM, Jambs SeES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 23 April 1836

£ BALES BIT jMTCTION. ♦Safe of Merchandize ' AT PEttTii. TV, fc SoM % ftt'ttic iiirtrWon, oTibipremiiei.ofMr^iM'ttUB^, ««i w tie St. Aodre«y-|pn. ftertb, onThuw osy next, the 28th initsnt, »i Twelve o'clock precisely, ' XBoCltibtie tpitfio.ut tge If a«t 3^c4cr6r.) . mHE following Geoeralfuid trell-selectert ;T -^MERCHANDIZE, -tI*^- ?( finlogk.ballea, r*ftor, and »p-ko mils Bboemafcer*' touts, hemp, Has, bristles, spdroiin Lamp find salad oil Carpenters' plan-«, «P Aeihaves, axes, adieu, cjiitrlt, ill mleti and rules Spades, aWels, fallfng «es, niok-ases, ? . ' rake* ' ; ??' ' ? Bullock and dog chains ? ? ? ??« ? ? Iron fim locks ? ' p,,s,ou)-boa-dl and drawer lock* Butt binfct fjsichriofall descriptions l£nd chains - - Tin dishe*, pnnnnkfns, and poll Paint oil and turpentine ' ? Black whule oil Orten paint fjlopt, prints, thread, tape So^ar, lea,(obBooo ' Snuff, starch, blur, salt But'er, coffer, rice Aod a large variety of other aselu1 articles. , TERMS:— £30 and upwards, 3 months ...

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ADDRESS OF THE BARRISTERS TO THE CHIEF JUSTICE—AND REPLY. To THE HON FRANCIS FORBES CHIEF JUSTICE OF NEW SOUTH WALES &C [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 April 1836

ADDRESS OF THE BARRISTERS TO THE CHIEF JCSnCE— ANJ- HEPLV. To the Hon. Fbaxcis Forbes, Chief Justice or New South Wales, &c, Sir— On (he occasion of your approaching depar ture for England, we are anxious to convey to you the assurance of our regret at your temporary re tirement from the Chief Justiceship of hen- South Wales, and at the same time to testify our sense of the great ability, learning, and impartiality, which have marked your judicial career. The highly important, complicated, suourau™. duties of tlic court, which you have completely or ganized, and have since presided overfoi a period or twelve years, you discharged with a laborious zeal, a patient assiduity, and a simple unobtrusive dignity, which have conciliated respect for the Laws, and inspired a just and universal confidence in the purity and efficiency of their administration. We rejoice to learn, that jwur abs:n?e from New South Wales is intended to be but short. \\c arc aware it is occasioned by impair...

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THE POWER OF DISPENSING WITH THE LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 April 1836

dteE POWlSR Of DjSHfiSSttip WITH It UliMaiy possible to tireait, fiurtfi community of EiglUhmen, exceeding . twenty*™ -.thousand in number, and by n° ''''* i^0'*11' *'. ^^opec raowiEDSBof their importance, rtould remailtyas-' «i«,UBdi-i'tlieune»u«MBJ aria Wn^utionaVtictj oflldriwa ***??-«?? ittoawuaantalatjr^wW^ .ttethartBgVepea^aijr, during the lastfew week* . ., ____ii._ _- . !..rt -t»nenutioil of the mica in' »?»?'» *' ' --—?—*? ? few to«ate,ftl|yione*f the Jraoit barefaced acts of .sumption on the^art of a «ry tumble instrument ofihe Government, which would riot receive this ^cuto notice item OT^flotthePrindpalof the DMHtment made tbe,act?iis ^i,ana,conaquently, , the set of theLoe»l6orernme|it,innothaTJiig inves timtea the matter, when it became bit auty so to do. There cannot lie » more dangerous power given to»njmw,or set of pien.than that oT dispensing ^Ktflietawst «t is a most dangerous :attribute to ft'iiithe poHession of any mam even ro;that of the . CbleT Authority j—anl...

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. 3. DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 April 1836

GjyLfcERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. 3. DEBTOR &ND CRJBOTTOR. 'l want none o' your poor mouths— tip us the ?' dilm,' or How me if I don't shop you ! I don't care a farden for your wife and;' Jud«;' what right bod awearie/aced old raskuj like you to get cither? Ah Master, you're too hard -upon me ; only give time and I'll pay. DEBTOR. Vm very sorry Mr. Gripe, So long a yarn to spin,. But truly now there's no such thing As getting money in, You know I may lie ontof cash Yet bean honest man, And be assured good master Gripe I'll pay you when I can. CREDITOR. ' Don't talk to me of poverty My even temper ruffling ; J-«y what you oivc, you shabby rogue And lay aside your shuffling. Now if you don't fork out the cash, You'll very soon Ijc1tii6ck6d up; ? ? Hard up,' indeed you vagabond — I'll shortly get you lacked up. fTO HE CONTINUED WEEKLY.]

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 April 1836

?pijasrt of flji f&aan. iyi Moon— 1st Ha;— 48 its, pail B afternoon. tiijlii illlHi ibslljsllSj '| 1«MJ* »| * «0 ?' « jlO *\* «)X''.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 April 1836

Bar JUvwtidiig FiietJ. will vary muoh dJijc us, by furwarding their advorlikcincnls tn the Ollice by 8 o'clock in the afternoon of the da; of publi cation.

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 April 1836

Corn fHfirkft. We had another arrival from Sydney yesterday; theTimn— by which vessel, we learn, that wheat continues its remunerating price in the Sister Co lony. Underneath are quatations from the Cou ' wisecui. Jodrnil of the 16th instant. The prices continue in our market as last week— Wheat 9s., barley Gs., oats 6s. to 6s. -Fine flour 80s., seconds 37s. per 100 lbs. 'Wheat continues to range from 6s. 6d. toBs. 6d. per bushel— there is no variation in the prices of -other colonial produce ? Coubier, April 29. The weather has continued most unseasonable— the ground is now as moist at it usually is in the depth of winter. The market prices are without any variation, unless in respect to potatoes — the wet wsa' her having caused the settlers to dig them, to prevent rotting in the ground. Wheat 6«. to 9s. pcrbasM ; potatoes from 4s. to 7s- per cwt.— Co- tOitUL TlUE». GaiiN.— This market has been rather animated, ?nd prices have advanced during the week. Some parcels of wheat were so...

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