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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

T11B CORNWALL CHRONICLE. IaAtTNCESTCm V. D, J.AND, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1886. ' Ubcnv «HK dauccr is to lie preferred to slavery willi sccmiiy. StLUBT.' Tbe opening Speech of the Governor to the crkkk mizu door Council of Van Dicracu's Land, will be found in the front paic of this Paper. In our opinion, it is the most insulting— contemptible — and misrepresented statement of Colonial attain, that could possibly emanate, even from our Rulers. It matters not to the Public who is the Author of tho mwr ? it is onnno'li tn know that it U the AD. dress of his Excellency to the Rspbesknxativbs of the People. His Excellency opens the farce, by congratulating his Council automatons, upon the advance made by the Colony during the last year, and upon its raE instfr psospecm. We cannot discover any cause for the people to rejoice in their present prospects, unless it be in that afforded than by the Port Phillip ' speculation,' to deliver themselves from the mise ries and injustice of his prisuu dis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

MARRIED,— By Special License, on the 7th May, a- St. John's Church, Launceston, by the Rev. W. H. BROWNE, L, L. D.,— R. PUGH,. Esq., Surgeon, to CORNELIA ANN KIRTON, daughter of the late G. H. Kirton, Esq, Solicitor, Lon don.             _ On the 30th ult, at St. David's Church   by the Rev. Wm. Bedford, James P, Poynter, Esq.., Manager of the Bank of Australasia, to Sarah, eldest daughter of George Meredith Esq., of Great Swan Port, in this Colony.

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From the Gazette. MAY 6, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 May 1836

From the Gazette May 6, 1S36. Aptoiktuekt of Postmaster ? The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Geoige Findlay, to be Postmaster nt Longford, vice Mr. Juincs Best, leagued, to take effect from the let of May. Appointuekt of Conowin ? The Lieutenant Go vernor has been pleased to appoint John Clark, Esquire, J. P., to be a Coroner for the Territory. Quarterly Meeting or Justices at Norfolk Plains — At a Quarterly Meeting of the Justices, held in and for the District of Norfolk Plains, on. Monday *iic second day of May instant, pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act, certificates rfopprovul of die undermentioned transfers of Licenses, to sell Wine and Spirits, ic. by retail, were granted ? viz : From Gavin Ralston, to Daniel Judson, at ' The Longford Wine and Spirit Vaults,' Longford. From James EarU, to William Forbes, at 'The Wcstbury Inn,' Vesthurj-. From John Christie, to Jumcs Earls, at' The Car. rick Inn,' Carriclt. TliESrAESERS ON TDE IsiAMDS IK BASS'S...

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

FREIGHT flc PASSAGE. FOR LONDON DIRECT, ^ -Sftflk THE fut ?ailing' barque JKSI. * XVORVAI., I aSJHJWa, RoB«oNCoLTUu,C-.mm»nqer, TgfflfSBI having her dead weight on boird, will meet with quick despatch. For Freight of Wool only, or passage, ?pply to the Commander on bond, or to HENRY HEED Marrti 19, 1636. ? For London Direct, TO FOLLOW THE ' FBOTECTOn,' *SSa T H S| . fine first clans Brig ycM^- ? EUZABBTH TAV laORSON,. W*. 8aum»bh», Com. wander. ' This vessel being now nearly Ipaded, wt I be dispatched quickly, having, room for wool only. . ? FoV Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to HEWIIT, GORE tjr Co., AOBHTI, Si. John street, ? 20'h Apiit. ? 1 FOH SYDNEY, ?3!3t*. THE well-known 6r«t clou yraftSv schooner 4M%L 'TAMAR,' |§t33illfFn.Ebr DewINo, master, (rill positively sail in a few days. For pas. Mgeonly,apply8tOiTHtBAvEN&Co 61. Jfohn-stieet. , Way 7. 1830. ? FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, — ts, THE fine &*t-sk?ling schooner A JN. DUN6COMBE, ^SIm H. M'Lb...

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Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

33ust 0ffi». A Mail to Svdiicy, per Niiihod, is expected to close on Wednesday nut, the 2Sth instant. A Mail to England, per Kokvil, i- expected to close oifWennesdujt nett, the 25th instant. A Mail to England, per Elizabeth Tivlorsow, is expected to close on the 26th instant. A Mail to England, via Hobarttuwn, perEuxm, will close at this ottceV^Alopd., ;be «Kb instant, ut 12 o'clock. ~h_ t . ',.;._

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

Corn fHaritrt. There is no alteration in the price of Grain.— G™d simples of ivheat realise from 10s. to 10*. 6d., Barley from St. 6d. to 6s. ; oats from St. to 6s. per bushel. Fine Flour 80s ? seconds 27s. per 100 Ibf. Private letters from Sydney speak of considerable — eipcctod foreign supplies of wheat to that place w likcwr-c of the country turners having large quantities on hand — which the present high prices arc likely to throw into the market. MiRKEr IUtes ? Wheat 8s. to 9s. 6d., oats Ss. to St. fid., liirley, 6s. to 7s. 6d. per bushel, hay 41. to 81. Hay wa- selling at Sydney, ut from 181. to SOL per ton— Courier, Mat SO. The recent largeimportatioiu of ivheat have not, ?s Was expected by' every one, caused any material reduction in the price of dour. The cargo of the AutxiNDER, is said to be full of Weavcl, and un suited to this market- It lias been hinted that tome of the large proprietors have monopolised the whole quantity, and hence we are compelled to pay eo exorbitan...

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This [?] mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

Cbu- Ifcnrtna* 0Ufl. TteCouBdl]iU4dns«4ilictendii«iB Xaglasd its opinion h. Hr. LewUVi affair, More anj csnv penatiM ss nade tohia. Thai isexactlv woatw* ciBcded. ? .

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

Co tt)t fftltar. Sir,— The Court of Requests Bill being now he fore the Council, and it being a matter which con. cerns every person connected with trade in the Co lony, permit me a space in your nnt paper for the following facts, which may serve to convince those Members who have opposed the Kill, that it is ne cessary some alteration or abridgement should be made IB the eipenset of suing for small sums in tic Supreme Court. I had not long commenced business in this Town, before I found ni.wilf the holder of over-due paper, and the first I hod to place in the hands of my So licitor, were two promissory notes, omounting_'o Jtl2 10s. vrhfeh I never recovered, the party took advantage of the slowness of the proceedings, scld olT his propeity and fled, and I was saddled with £7 lls. 94. eiponnes. The noit case, was that of two Bills of Exchange, their amount about £80 ( after those bills had laii in the hands of the lawyer foi several jnonths, I was informed the acceptor offered to (ri...

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO.8. THE BRIEFLESS ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

CILLERY OF COmCAMTIES. WO. 6. THE BRIETI.T.SS ONE. »' I'm afraid I must «pr this pofession as well as my nails. I wish Wad never been cttxsB, for ever' jince that unlucky day I have had more calls at Chambers than there are hours in the week. , There's Webb for my robe, TrueOt for my wig, 6wect for his Reports, which! never read, and a hundred otlier troublesome callus,' who, egad! have called so often, thnt— iscusctlc pun— Igetquiteeiix-ous. These d-^d Attorneys, too, they want so much ' hugging?1 A fellow has^no pretensions unless he can send them a leash or partridges, a brace of pheasants, a hare, ;or some other *easokaPLE compliment ; and curse me if I can find any other gtME than the » canie' that is made of injbelf for preferring the tarto my fathci't fhopboard.' T ' ' Hard is thy fate, thnu briefless star '. Forlorn and unemployed to Ire, With empty bag tehind -the bir— WitllOUt the FEELING Of 1 TKX. .i Is it for this you sport a gown— ^ A wcll^uricd wig. with flowing tails'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

rREIGHT_fi^ PASSAGE' FOR IrONDON DIRKCT, -'ftjftas rflMlE fast saHinfj barque ^SSI, X NOltVAXa, lBMggflL Ro.MoNCourHH,Coimn»nder. -B3§E5v h»*)i)|( her dead weight on board, will meet with quick despatch. For Freight of Wool only, or passage, apply to the Commander on board, or to UENBV HEED. Mnrcft 10, 1836. ? | ? /or London Direct, TO IOLLOW THE ' PROTECTOR,' jflL HP H R fine am dans Briff yaar i JSMZI ABBTH TAY XaORSON, Wat. Saonbeb*. Com* manrier. Tliii vessel being now nearly loaded, wil be dispatched quickly, having, room for wool only. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to HE Will, GORE $ Co., AoEKTS. S .John street. *i-* Apilf. tor Sydney end Hokiangu, In Ctto XtalanU. -SI&r' THE INDUSTY* James lid ^^E ^le^eommind^' #1 tail in jgra&&Labe»t aibrtnighu For freight BufgJjS °T Railage apply, to the Con* inander on board. May 14, 1836. For Port Phillip. -£«/rHE atftopner OEM, Jamb* SBC Douoias, Mailer, being Giiar ie-ftd fur SIX TRIPS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

VEW GOOD& ?*- qh (\ott C ontftgnmtnU. % be Sold by Public Auction, BY «»? J« A* EDDIE, AM fiooiu, o» T/mr«/#», -fe 26M bit.. ud following day, eommtncing at II A* LARGE quantity of New Goods, A removed for the convenience of aate «m!itiitf of India, book, mull, sprig, and '.Line dresses. Panted cambrics, Or [2 dresses, embrolded handkerchiefs, trloed dresses, lunar handkerchiefs, cot iTsbecki, MoretonOowo oats, Rouen LSkerphieft, kersymeres, cheek-iBrUUb Syii blue and white prints, charobreys, Bbntpora handkerchiefs, ladiea' caps, t.fcy linen, millinery, haberdashery, Ac. Brandy &hd Tobacco Cttalojuei will be ready ibe morning of Ml-Tcaiit— i^nder £dO, ciih; 30). to op). ihreemoDthi.4 Ml. to «»l..ithree end si, months* jaad aboM J JH-i.» three, syc. and. ToVeSold by Public Auction, MR. J. O. VNDBRWOOD, AiimSoonii. earner of £har|'ei sad Came **» S& on WriJfar Art the ?5.b insttnt»«t one o'clock preoisely poiiuvely vithnut WS»rve, wENbo»M«f WINDOW OWi, * 300 c...

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Sponep Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

Syttnti) filUllffrcntt, The trial of Fieschi, the attempted anaKinator of the King of the French, was proceeding in France, that individual having sufficiently re covered of his wounds to bear his trial ; nothing, however, had transpired to fix the attempt, as ig-as suspected, on any but obscure persons : nor docs it seem to have been the act of any considerable body evrnnfthem. ThmfiBWttegenerally quiet in *'!» belle France,' nor fy-d any great nensatjon been caused by the new laws against thejif*ss- the) take Ihiinort of thing with a much better (Mf than their surly neighbours across the channel ^Pd «0. An Englishman would hardly eat hU breakfast with out a 'free pros' to oicitt his grumbling. The wheat imported by the Auhmkpbr, and sold by Mf. Lyons, at the Dock-yard, on Saturday last, was found to be of inferior quality, and Was much damaged by weevil into the bargain! it consequently did nnt average more than 5s. per bushel — It is generally Inlicvcd, that the supply al ready i...

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From the [?], MAY 18, 1886. CINDERS FOR REPAIRS AT THE POLICE MAGISTRATES [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

From the Gazette. Mayt 18, 1836. Tenders for Repairs at the Police Magistrates Residence.- Tenders will be received by the   Auditor of Civil Accounts, until the 23th Instant, for the performance of certain repairs to the re sidence of the Police Magistrate at Launccston. For particulars apply to the Civil Engineer's Office, or that of the Inspector of Works at Launceston. TENDERS FOR POST AMD RAIL FENCE.- Tenders Will   be received by the Auditor of Civil Accounts, until the 28th instant, for enclosing with a post and rail fence, the school allotment at George Town, consisting of about ten acres. For particulars to the Office of the Inspector of Works at Launceston. List of Assignments.- E. W. Wilmore, Launces   ton; James Jordan, Longford; W. Neilley, Tamar; C. Friend, Launceston; George Cath cart, ditto ; P. Foote, Deloraine ; W. Ashburner, Sillwood ; A. Wrighte, Lauuceston ; H. Dowling, senr., ditto. If the above men be not removed within a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

BAXaBS By AUCTION. NORFOLK... PLAINS. ' To be Sold by. Pub.ic Auction, BY KB. J. A. EDBXE, On the premiut of Mr. Gavin Haitian, ? Lnngford, Norfolk Plaint, »? lh«riduy, ? tht 'Jth June, tommrnct*g at II t'eloek ' precitelv. ';..??? . ? '' yoV-li. antl tlmint c»n.|)ei« 4 Milcti cows -wi h c*lvei I Cljd fd'lomnre In foal io*1 Britain' 1 Supalur druft li -r«e .. - 2 Bullock drtjytand ! bulluck fait 1 Host diat I Fuur bnrse thr«»\iin{ inachini ? 1 VYinD'tving inn line A lso, A qnnntity of Rurniltire, eon«i«ting ef dining table*, conches, clitirs, ?irJe-bomd, pi»n-.-forte, &c,,'&c. ' Arrm wriicii.— Some excellent puri, ohirry, and claret in boitlf, Cape wine in wood, 10 hlids. London porter, leu in chests and hull* chestt, -superior tirund cloth, ? great vb liely of (lop clotliing, pritil*, enficoci, ihirling and »lierLing, will) ? variety of other goodf. Tbbm«. -Under £30, ea»b,; frrnn £00 to f.iO 3 month«| jf60 to €1(10, 3 and 6 monllis;abbv«!£:O0, 8,6ft Umonthi .credit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

We have much pleasure in laying before our Rea- ders this following communication from a respected Corrrspondent at Port Phillip. The statement he furnishes is very encouraging; AUTHORITY - alone is wanting to secure to the settlers complete success, which never can be arrived at without it. As Colonel Arthur is considerably interested in the spe- cialities, it is more than probable that some assist- ance has been promised by the British Government, in the event of the Settlers becoming sufficiently prosperous to pay for it - and it does not seem to us improbable that Colonel Arthur himself - may, at no distant period be ELEVATED to the responsible autho- rity of King of the new possessions. We believe his absence would not be regretted HERE, and it may be presumed that his authority would be welcomed on the other side: - : Port Philip, May 10th, 1836. Dea Sir,— I must apologise to you, for not soon- er making my promised communication relative to this interesting part of New Hollan...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

sum? dtiy, news. Hit IS.— Arrived Ibe schooner Ihdebthv, Cap ?In Liddle, rrom New Zealand, with a cargo of fine. -v lv Mit 16,— Arrived the schooner OoAtmoK, from ''- fart Phillip, fcssengcr— W. Wclip. May 16— Arrived Jhe brig Huxay.Wlntircg.from Port Phillip. Passenger— Mr. James Smith. Ma* 17 ? Arrive! the schooner EnteWBIze, Captain Hunter, rfrom Port 'Phillip. ' : Aby^-17 arrived tlie harrjueLorcs.Captain Core, from London. 4?assengers— Mr. and Mrs. Bailie, Miss.jtams-tfffssC. Biilic, Mr. R, Kermode, Mr. Moore, Mr. Jtnott, Mr. and Mrs. Bithop. Mi* IS.— Arrived the schooner Gem, Captain Douglas, from Port Phillip. Passenger — Mr. Drown. May 16.— Sailed the cutter VwmiTiRT.foi Port Pliillip. Passengers— Thomas Watson, Magarct Wutson. Mi v 16 ? Sailed the brig Hitmr, Captain Whit ing, for Port Phillip. Passengers— Mr. Junes Smith, Mr. E. L. Furgatlia, Mr. M. M'Carthy, William Puh'ik, James Clarke, Win. Prcscott, G. Wilson, V. Williamson. May 16. — Sailed the schooner CHAMPION, Cap-...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

MARRIED—On the 10th instant, by Special   License, at St. John's Church, Launceston,   by the Rev. Dr. Browne—ADAM JACKSON, Esq., Civil Engineer, to JULIANA, daughter of William HILL, Esq., of Williamwood, near Ross. DEATHS—In Launceston, On Friday, Mrs.     Woolrabe, wife of D. A. Com. Gen. Woolrabe, after a long illness.           —Mrs. Sharland, wife of Mr. Sharland,   senr.   —Mrs. Manifold, wife of Mr. Manifold—   suddenly.            

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 May 1836

THE   CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1836. ' Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery with security.   Sallust.' The ' Minute' as it is termed of his Excellency —to his associates lit Colonial Parliament assembled — in relation to the case of Mr. Thomas Lewis, bears all the peculiar features of the Colonel's Ad ministration. It is a paper, in perfect resemblance with his famous speech upon the opening of his Par liament House - and can be translated— (for the Minute, like the Speech requires translation) — in one way only ? which is— that the Public is to pay for one at the least of Judge Montagu's "Judicial errors.' His Excellency proposes to his Council — a vote of £1700 for Mr. Lewis's indemnification— and tells the Council— that he entertains the hope that it will exercise its necessary and dhdodbted privilege, in fully investigating the subject, with tlit same unfettered freedom that it entertains with respect to ...

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FOR OH[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 May 1836

l»»l 4»Hh. HaifcanuywMtsdMtM tniiOBeeat fcl lm».:-Th&||a»#, MaWhMfbwa,) perlX xn.onHniZTtteiOthi.Unl, atifloWoeli; to Englas*. per SmnnrMumir, «? Tua +-j tht May; *- bf-M- per Vfimx, on We*- : aeftVir, the Jrt Jumj to Sydwy, per Imnm-ay, on Vvednesday, the.' lit June 5 to Sydney, per Jam Ddnscwcm, en ftidsy, the Srd Jim,

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THE POLICE OFFICE PLUNDERED: [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 May 1836

TH&POpiCE OFnCBPJ,VNDEHED! Stranfe as' this fact which occurrtd last wtek, would appear lin any other country, in this, it is not to bo wondered at— th» Police Office, which is oriABDKb night nnd day by constables, was nibbed nf property, which ii&d been ttoltn from Mr. Tape, found in the houw of a person ddw in gaol, fully committed for the offence of receiving it— nnd lodged in die hmids,«f tie Officers uf junto, for safe keeping. There ara come, cirrunuluncra at ttrfding'this robbery,' which dim and ahall be brought before iht notice s-I tbr Public— at the pre. cent time, it would ke Jte'rhaps injustice to the per tosaivsltjnff his «*jal for receiving the goods— we defer it thtrtfore,_unti\ a lit opportunity.

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