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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 7. 1836. Prison Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLB. lacVfTNCESTOIC V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAT 7, 1S8G. 'Uherty wlthdanter is to be ptthmilo slavery, with sccurliy. .... Stuutr.' 30riSon Biflcipliiu. Much as there has been written on this subject of late, there appears to be one part intimately con nected with the whole, that requires a candid re view, and an impartial decision— We allude to the treatment of Educated Convicts, under the cxUt jag-' Prison Discipline Regime.' The late melancholy an'air at '? Port Arthur,'' loudly calls for investigation, and if no other pica can avail, the voice of outraged humanity must and will be heard against those 'tilting in high places,' whose will is law, jind whose poncr in carrying into effect that will, tails little riiort of absolute dvs Tlic educated convict, on his arrival In this Country, partakes vot, it would appear, of the pri vileges (ifwe«iay so term them) that await the meanest, the lowest, *nd the most worthies exile that Bri&u'n expatriates froin her sho...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

do -till SEttttor. Sir,— The « Marine Department*1 has thought proper, In your last week's paper to make an at tempt at a contradiction of the statement, made in a former number of the Chronicle, respecting the total eclipse that occurred at the Light House, an rlin nla-ht ot flu- «lrt of Anril They liave,farsooth,withadeal of plausibility,and immensity of wisdom, made the broad «sertion, which I yield them all the enjoyment of, ' that the Light House was well lighted' on the night in question; and they sagaciously account for the crew of the '? Willum' not swing it, by observing, that '4 mist' existed at the Heads, and, in order, fur ther, to strengthen the insertion, they tell you, that on this very night, (low happy for the poor func tionaries, that such fortunate circumstances 'should have occurred,) the Suporintendant, with 'two BTiuKa«as.'w«reiaaUeadanceatthe Light House, and that the light wu shining with its wonted bril liancy. jjFroradie conrmupieatioe11 which the parties o...

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MORE EFFECTS OF COLONEL ARTHUR'S SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

MORE EFFECTS OF COLONEL ARTHUR'S SYSTEM. ?- :' I Wo measure of Colonel Arthur, hu proved more ieta&n to the general ^^MO*«^r. Oficen of «ta ngimwt* rtatioaea liere, 1o wril oBces. ft has,«tne same time, proved destructive . . -n—iLii-m^f »it-«nUiMM. and bl the nriflrfnlet ^IkEagfohConstitutioittnlm Government. We ninmtitooDcilf our mind to the necessity for Colonel Z&2-t plan*;— '«* rf W''* *''» thefr i*--J*r i!LtUeMiU*my Omcei8,«i«f appointing them utheptrformaiice of otll?r datiWl ** whfch they' ~ lihJly unfit, & » perfect anomaly. The Mo thorCountrj in to regard for the welfare of her Cp M**taH-»- »cprtain nuinber of military in them, ^lyto^ffoidthc Inhabitant! protection ; the Em» totw capable «f affording that protection— jjuutlie in a «h»te of perfect diEcivline, and dnciplinc BMWteiUt in a «egW«»i without good officers. «fc Home Government, einbark the regiments com dete-ano efiectire-Jtbe nicn ere' effective and the oSouj aw effective, (or are psawini...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

Co die 3Etttor. Sir— The case of Mn. Lewis lieing one nf much ' gencrel convereation at this time, 1 looked autiously , but looked iu vuiu, for the further promised conir ments of the uiilc JJditor of flic TjMW^an, on Sa turtiay last, upo.i the subject ;— his article of tlie ptvvious week uppn Mr. Lewis's case was certainly j much to i'lc point, fo tar ns the illegal aud opprcfr sive measurea :',a.t were resorted to, to convict and imprison thai. Gentleman ; nut Mr. Murray's at lxni|j;: io dcrc^n and glass over tile insult oifcrcd by the Government to Sir. Iinwis, by accusine him of hating m jie an erroneous stateatcnr of his case to t'-c Home Government, b auytliing but praisc ivurcliy i.i a writer, tyjio professes Vbcml principles. If we I ')'. bai U- life inannci- in whic'\ Slf. Lewis has b'.'eii treated h/ tlie&iveirmic'Jt, becauso hc«-ns the nyoWvd fricud of ttiat shamefully persecuted, and much injured plan, Sir. William Hivsn, we slrOl discover t'lat tlie most tyranni...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

SHIP NEWS. May 2— Arrived U»e schooner Adbuui-»,-Mc' tldane, from Port Phillip, in ballast. MiV 8— Arrived the schooner Thistle, Captain Dempster, from Portland flay fishery. Armi, 30— Sailed the cutter ViNBimRr, Capt. ? letlie, for Pott Phillip. Passenger— Mr. Brbtul. Bight, star., and Mr. ?. Breadnight, jiu. Cargo, S00«hcep,9 horses. May 3— Sailed thebarque Fuvcw Ciutitorr*,   Captain lUcbands, for XoaAm. Passenger— Mrs, Shepherd. Catgo, 18C logs cedar, SOO toot lark, 135 bales wooL May 1— Sailed the brig William, Captain Thom, for Sydney. Passengers — Capt. Ritchie, wife, and 2 children, Mr. und Mrs. Griffiths, A. Davey, Mary Srailler, Julia Maughan, A. J. Jones,   Mrs Davis, A. Drabble, George Drabble. Cargo, 1090 bushels eats, 6 tons potatoes, . 16. cases applet, 19 tags feathers, 8,500 bushels wheat. Mat 1 — Sailed the sehoontr Ciuhtiom, Captain UUI, for Port Phillip. Cargo, 600 sheep, iUr S— Sailed the schooner Adbuide. Captain M'Cleland, for Port Ph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

EREIOHT 8c PASSAGE . FOB iONDON DIRECT, - _ja_ rpHE &at wiling barque J J3JI, * NORVAIh flfjfflfj^ HobsonColtisu, Commander, th *BflffIM having her dead weight on board, will meet with quick despatch. For Freight of Wool 'only* «» passage, at .pp.ytoiheCoBmauder^o.rd.orto n, Match 19, ieae. £ For London Direct, «. WltOW TM ' *BbM*TOJl,' ?| _*fiJU THE «ne Arkt class Brig , X.ORS0N, Wh. Sau»»«'», Com* This vessel being now nearly.loader), p wil be dispatched quickly, having, room a for wool only, For Freight or Pauag«. »pp»jr ?-- *ne | Captain on board, or to ? i V BEWllT, GOBB * Co., . ? . Aosaj*. * SuJohn street, . j^W /Vl PJtillip. j jflLTBB whoonar OEM, J«w 2Kb OouotWt Muter, being Char- ? Hired for SIX TRIPS, to tbe above port, will leave George Town for the first time on the ISlbinit.; and .'it is eipected that each trip wiii not occupy more than time week*. PaMengers will find th'i an eiceilent op portunity for » iaiting that Colony. For Passage only, apply to MC'KILLOP...

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From the Gazette. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 May 1836

dfrom ti&t tf ajttfc. AMt£9GS.«S0. *L undermentioned piece ortaaB^BetToccioa+aW. individjitjuuned ',»viUiani -JBishw,** who i*nu- posed to hawAiei trithoafhehf, TbclngrequmS for public purposes* notice, is heicbjr given of the measure, ji^orderto pfford soy poraoas who rony be interested, the opportunity of urging their claims, ' Dkscrwtiok.— Area 100 acres, Jarvis Parish. Bounded on t)» east side ay a creek, which it Tlio'mu Worrell's west boundary, on the south tide by a locstioa to John Hfioics, and by part uf an additional location to Mrs. Sarah Bn-itb, being a west line of £0 chains, on the west ride by the before mentioned location to ftlrs. Smith, being 0, sort!) line of SO chains, and on £he no-tji side bj an east line along Crown Land }o the creek. E- Bpvu, n. S. P. Sdbvbv Opficb ? Notice is hereby given, that the road advertised by Uie Dejnity Surveyor General's notice of tlie I6lh March last, communicating to George Tuwn, from Fi:^geraU'« &c, in tlie neigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

SALES BY AUCTION, EXTENSIVE SALE ^ BY AUCTION, OF WORKING Oxen, CqHUt . Sheep, HOBBEB, ttc, fcc. MR.J. A. EDDIB, [NFORMS the public, that ODVJgftnt* Dag, tfce 25$ of flJap instant, he - will aubniit for Public S»le, at ^ N EWNHAM, 1 ON THE TAMAR, (an agreeable h&lf-bour's walk from Town) an extensire collection of the above ' STOCK, among which may be in. ?lanced, . J TORTY OF THE BEST DESCRIPTIOK Of WORKING BULLOCKS, either aa regardi yoke, feeding, «r other c purpoaei, which ' will-be jofd V pairs, I under ypke, if required; t ? SEVERAL PAIR. OF GOOD STEERS, S (under yoke) fit lor immediate connant I. work ; jjv * ,i ? - ,-.-..? - ,. / ? ' TWENTY-TWO GOOD MILCH COWS, with or without their increwe, aa re quired ; . ONE PURE j DEVON COfV9 in calf to the Prite Devon Bull, of 1834 ?? «Dd 5 1 .'??? ' ONE PtRE BED AND WHITE ' DURHAM BOLL, c »wtt at Circular fctaft, Warranted; ?! a beautiful selection of * Durham Cows and Heifers, ' worthy of much attention ; w * FOUR LARGE FRAME...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

»HI? ttSSTNEWS, MiT 14.— *J1 red the Lotob, from London, but lot rtpmtel. Ms,Y 12 ? -.-.Ted the schooner EuziBBrn.Cap lain Brown from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers^— Mr. Nugent Mrs. Benley, and .2 children, and Phillip Benley. May 14 ? Arrived the schooner Inddstkv, Cap tain Liddle, from New Zealand, with pine.

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HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

HOBART TOWN SHIT NKWS. MtT 0— Arrived the Mary, 276 tons, Captain Be&chcroft, with .goods, from London, last from Pl.lTOMJtJ), Stfa Df». Mtv 8— &ni«f4ti-e schooner Abeova, 140 tons, with wjne.to.frbttjtettpe of Good Hope, S6th ! February;-. ?y^!'f'ff'; ? I The J&fas'wifcapiiicceacd on Sunday for Syd- ' net. TheMwm?W|Unied yesterday, to Twofold Day. ^ipJ^xSWotfiydocy. it announced to tail It; .mjnTPiV, Wild tHpFCmoM. ftr London, in a few Miv »7— SalW the Eliu, Capt. Jackson, for Tort Arthuf.t^riBg up the punt recently built there, for the Jerry at Bridifewater, which we may reasonably eipecl, will shortly be open to the public. Tiis nunl ti da B new construction, we learn, with double paddle wheels, each work by two men, and the vessel will be guided in its course by ft rope or cable, stretching across the river, and passing through ring bolts, working in pulleys.

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

' JWflfr TOatir at launctstou. is. '..?. . n. ~' m. Su«4ay .... 1 45 1 Wednesday ... 4 0 Moid*;.... S 80 1 Thursday.... . 4 45 Tuesday ? 8 15 I Friday! ? j 80 Saturday .. ? IS 80 - . Wai. Hddsoh, Harbour Master.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPLIED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

U'aunttftoir »ftail $ri« Currmt, [fiDUFILCD .I*0R**HE CORNWALL CfUlOHIClfc.] Colonial Produce. Imported Goods. ? --?'. £ i. d. t. «. d. Ale. pef'Via. 6 0 0 Me per dozen 0 12 6 Bark per ton 8 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer nerjhhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per I bliagO 0 10 Breao7*!b.loaf)0 1 ' 2 Cheese per Ib. ,0 10 Biscuit per cwt. 1 IS 0 Hums per do. 0 16 Butter per Ib. 0 2 6 Salt per ton .400 Salt ditto, 0 9 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Hams per lb. 0 $ 0 I. France sugar 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per lb. 0 0 6 Beef per Ib. 0 0 6 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 7 Pork per lb. 0 0 10 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 0 Veal per ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 Chocolate per IbO 6 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 5 0 Caadles(mouldsO 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 PUlO (dips) 0 10 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Eggs per dozen 0 2 6 Tea per chest 6 0 0 Bnri per bushel 0 1 8 Ditto per 1b. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per lb. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 18 Hay per ton 7 1...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

Go ti)t SEttitor. Sib,— Gleaning over the quotation of Mr. Gilbert Robertson's case, and your remarks upon the tame, in the Chronicle of tbe 7th instant, I could not out arrive at the following conclusion— that, when ty ranny becomes a body corporate in a Government, Upon principle, rebellion is a necessary consequence on the part of the subject upon policy. That the hurst of malicious rage, such as his Honor Mr. Jus tice Montagu, was pleased to exhibit the olher day, should have vested itself from the pent-up passions, of « Tartarian Khan, or a Muscovite Czar is likely enough*; but, that the Puisne Judge of Van Die men's Land, in open Court( could thus degrade .himself, by bringing a Icarried -and exalted profession into contempt stndderisionv«aid insulting the com munity at large, is beyond my poorcomprehension to account for. From this moment Sir, for ever, let the curtain of oblivion fall on the boasted rights and privileges of free-born Englishmen, who are Emigrants from their ...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

Wtntti «f tt)r jftban. New Moon— IBthMay— 57 mU. past 11 afternoon. s . la Day Day , n,li,l Day (Equation M»y ri« Z light Ught^ldecria of '''J'5' beginjendsr^l ««? time. 14 7 1SJ4 4&|5 .S0J6 g]9 86|fi 86 «,?*_

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO.5. THE BARRISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. WO;5.^THEBA»lttSTBIU^- ? ?? Vow, Hrs. Slabnerohops, look this way— attend to me. Remember the Oath you have token, and its ?acred obligations. lkBow you are no fool, and ! up to a-thing or two,' and J therefore, ask you, as you have a muI to be »ved, was it a goose or a gander which the Frisoner prigged ?' ''Then I can't tell, your Honor.' 'Hot tell, woman ! Do you mean to eay to this rcspectalile Jury, that you cannot distinguish between the Fetes?' ' No, I don't main to say jnonich thing.' ' Then.what Doypu mean to say, woman ?' « Why, I mean to say the goose was DnEssW), and 1 could no more say, when it was in that state, whether it .was a goose or a gander, than I can now bay, ckessed as you are, whether you are on old woukU or anou- man— and (hat's God's truth, if it was the last word 1 had to speak ?' Oh, thou of aspect bold and bluff, Whose oratoiy never fails, I greet thy gown of silk or stuff, And wig with triplicate of tails I Oh, when yoiir. digit...

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Sp[?]p Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

SpUnrj) tiutllfatn«;| By a letter from London, to a resDeA»Me mer cantile firm in/Sydney, it appears that Ot vintages of Portagal had been almost a total faijSe, in con sequence of which Port had taken a Xiiderable i advance. ' jp ' ^R . ' A Convict in jthc service of some irJjfidual in Sydney, was given into custody by the Jpperintcn dant of the Carter's Barracks, for beingS the habit of visiting tho Debtors' Prison, for the -*urposc of gambling with the Debtors. It is Etatefl'ttat the prisoner, on the last occasion, which was tbe only . one which came to Mr. Bell's knowledge, won the sum of £15 at cards, from a person who is supposed to be possessed of a large com of money, detained from his creditors. We regret to learn that the loss of the Edinbdrch by fire, which we reported in a late number, in ad dition to other disasters to vessels between the mo ther country and these colonies. IB likely materi ally TO AFFECT SHE TRtDIXG INTEREST IN THE wat or imjJUUTCE'iT npnE. ' With resp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

I .ONE or;t»« MOST ^ j ; Desirable Opportunities you ran WTEsruEKT or ' f« -/.e Purchase of Land, or the best nvfiLvtx m Van JJwmm'd Eanlj, That bas yet been offered 'to the (consideration of the Public. tin. j.XIgbdie, 35^ THE HONOR ip INFORM The Capitalists of Australasia, ?jit BE HAS 8OW WSTBBCJltD TO OFFEB TO Public Competition, PROPER T Y ?-?; £»W fcj? $? »n-«tt ^rasrietor, Pjjwurv Pjirk, InONSlSllNG of 3,800 Acres of the ^ fineit Land in tbii Colony, whether intended for Sheep P»«urwe, Cattle taoro»emenWj«iH»«te«t ' . ?. GREEN POBJT, ''-?* . - ON TIB W^STEEN BiKK OF TB« . , RIVteR TAMAR, ABOUT FIVE MILES tttOM lJUjyVJSSTON. TUi beautiful end valuable Eilate it bounded 6jr the River Tamar, on which I it h» ? moil eitensive frontage -o the I ease— oo Jandof JMr- Archibald Thompson I and Crown land lo the south-east— on I Crown Und of mpit excellent quality for iheep pasture, to the, south and. south- we»t— »nd on .Crown land of equal good neis-and lendof Mr. Jonathan Grlttillis,...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

?Jam iHarbtt. The Grain market remains as last week : a few ?Hies have been effected in wheat, at from 9s. to IDs. per bushel. Barley, 6s. ; oats Ss. 6d. Fine - lour 80s., seconds 37s. per 100 lbs. Wheat seems rather inclining to rise in price, se veral purchases for the Sydney market having been nude during the week, at 9s. and 9i. Gd. per bushel, buuof course, ofthefirstquality. Much has been 4olA*s loiv as 8s. and cwl 7s., and a considerable proportion, we fear, is partially damaged by the ?great fall of rain which JtMk place at the dose of harvest, before the comw properly hou'ed or pro. tected front tho weather. There is is no alteration in tho prices of other articles of colonial produce — Codbier, 13th May. Wheat is advancing in price— fk 6d. can be rea dily obtained, and 9s, has been realized for superior ?ainples. The Settlers need not fear holding their grain for the next three months,as in all probability --no supplies can arrive before that period. Pota t-ies.are in abun...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

ENULl&tJ liXTKACTS. The following arc the recent Army promotions : ? £7th Regiment, Lieut. Gen. Sir F. Adorn, to be Colonel, vice Inglis, deceased ; 78rd Rcgt., Major Lord Harris to be Colonel, vice Sir F. Adam ; SGth Regiment, Majm Gen. Sir F. Ponsonhy to be Col., vice Lord liarris ; SSth Fusilecrs, Major J. C. Hope, from the Rifle Brigade, to be Lieut. Col., vice Leahy, who retires ; Lieutenant A. Mackenzie, to be Captain, vice Williams, appointed to the 24th ; Ensign B. Fauuce, from SSth, to be Lieutenant, vice Mackenzie j Lieut. Lonsdalc will get the Com pany vacant by the death of Captain Daniel, and 2nd Lieut. Stuart the first Lieutenancy, vice Lons dalc. His Excellency Captain Hindmarsh, the new Go vernor of Southern Australia, goes out to found his Colony in U. M. S. Uufl'alo. She was to sail from Portsmouth early in January. The 14th regiment has embarked for tbe West Indies. Lieutenant Neville, of tlie 26th regiment, who vciu here some time ago on liis way to the E...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. COUNCIL CHAMBER, April 27, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

rBOCEEBINGS OF TPV LW?ISL4TrV^J *.!- .?? -? '??'? COUNCIL: ' ? . '' '' ? ' ' April ST. 1886. She iMbiatito'Couiicil met thu day, fcy adjourn addressed the Council tp the Mlovring^ffect :_ . ??Giyruunv,— In meeting you, upon the-J-re- lent WMOon,! have much pleasure in congratulating the Council, upon the advance made by the Colony, ilnfiof tne htl year, and upon its present prospects. It it not from the number of its inhabitantv'or Ti . . w rm ?» ''*' * .O . .1 . * a. from tie extent oi weir possessions, mat i lorm a AnuraUt opinion of tie state of the territory. It fa in the annual '?augmentatioiiB in commerce and agrjculture, that I jHsrccive the evidence of its grow. The rate of occumulatiom of property, rather tl»n it* actual amount, is, you will concur with me ? in opinion, the most satisfactory test of general pros, penty. ???????? However poor any state«my be, a uteady incrcas , log trade wil| prove, that it ji flourishing. When^ therefore,! find, by reference to official re....

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