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Court of [?] [?] SITTING FOR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

Court of SUnurttS. seventh .mine r or 1886.. PUinU in Country cases— Saturday 18th June. Ditto in Launceston— Wednesday 23d ditto. Ciurt held— Saturday, Sd July.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

Co ttt CUt'tor. ' Sir — Are you aware that a certain Bar ? a 3. P., with abroad brinitd bit 1 ii Jaavu, is riding about the country to get up an address to our much hesfkted and beloved Covj:unob. Colonel Ceo Arthur ? Your's ic, J. O. U. Luunceitou, 3d June, 1886. [Yes— perfectly awureof it? and fully appreciate tlie youth's gratitude. — Ki-. -huok.J. Mr. lijiron, — ? On the Sd instant I was rohled of a cask with some rum in it — I charged an assigned servant of Mr. HanlcyV with the robbery— he denied it ; «n the 5th he came to me, and begged me lo drop the rukc and be would «ee me paid for the ruin ? I tpurncd at him and his proposal, and told him then never to let me see him on my premises more. I was told the same man, and a constable of the name of Acres, conspired together to do me some private in jury— I saw the constable last Monday, and remon strated with him very sharnlv : the ncit dav. that is the 17th instant, I was surprised to sec that same con taule, and another man na...

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To the Stranglers of Batterson's Plains. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

Co Qt Straggln-0 o( SatUrton't1 Slain* I was in hopes that my several wild hints to » the swine' would have sufficed to keep oft' all other in truders—but, no ! day aftar day, and night after night, and lam still annoyed W plundered by a thievish set: TJic pigs are so ill bred. voneWwered, and I fear, irrecoverably dishonest that I must get my mastiffs to make fork of theniZFlity are if possible more unconscionable than their ownprsi whomsoever they may be, and taking advantage at '' the pious Colonel's' recatl.ai, the an. kicked, at the dying lion, they steal more from me. on Sui(days than on am other day of the week ; 'possibly' this may arise from their proprietors being at the house of prayer, the swinc-heids at the publicans— but to me it 16 much the same on which day I am robbed,- Tlicn, there are turkeys, ducks and fowfc-perpotual pilferers— these must be shot— if the arsenic in which seed is recommended to be steeped, to prevent disease, docs not sicken the poultry— and last...

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[?] of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

StyitttJ of trje fiHoon. New Moon— 14th June— 27 rots, past S afternoon. Sun Sun \ Da)r ^ lenBthl DaJr E^UBtio 3unvi ?« «£ Ught1 light of decree of _ I'*8 '* begins ends] day ses. \ time. Ukoll^olu 10 5 SUJS 62 6 20 ^£*-

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

[I went probable to IK, that the wreck of the .Duke m Kan, laying as she. does aihiwt the .mouth of the South Esk, ii likely to cause a bank which hit prove detrimental to the navigation. Our Marine ought totecthis, otherwise when the reiichief takes place, we shall hear it said with open mouth, «' whtp!would'fcavc thought it' ? . An inquest was held on Wednesday, on the body of a man named Davis, which was found dead in ,u ditch in the Swamp. No evidence appearing to : prove that the death was other than the effect of accident, a yeraict was returned accordingly. The repairs of the .Caru«re nearly completed . With the exception of the lea of the rudder, tut little damage accrued to her from her accident on .entering the Hirer at (he Heads— her anchors and ??shies which where slipped at the time, hare been recovered. The vessel will very shortly resume her TortPbjlUpi»nCUftkioe» ? : The Miaum Watson, from Sydney, is reported to be in the River, upon our going to press. The complaint...

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[?] Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

Corn fHnrfcrt. The priceofGcain continues fixed. Wheat 9t. Cd. to 10i. ; Barley (s. 6d. to ft. ; Oats £s. per bushel ; Fiiif41our37s.— iesondt24s. perlOOlbi. Tbi! wheat market 4ms Wn rather dull during the wjek, and prices are rather lower, from '«? to Sfc6d., barley 7s. to 7s. 6d^ oats Ss. to 6s. 6d., limn In. 6dL, hay 4 7 to £7 10t.,«traw SI. to SI. 6s, . potatoes Bl. to -U., firewood lit. to 14c per ton, fresh butter Hi. 9d. to St., salt do. 2s. per lb., Syd- . licy cuals 11. 10s. to 11. 16s. per ton.— Courier, June 10.

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[?] Retail Price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

tUunctDtoU IStctail |}ii« Current, [tOliriLK» FDR TUG CORNWALL CUBOXICLB.] Colonial -Produce. . Importcd'Cood*. '..« «.. d. S. «. d. Ale.perhhd. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 C Bark per ton 3 0 0 Urown stout do. 0 12 C Beerpcrhbd. 4 10 0 Coffee per lb ImgO 0 10 ??'BreadCflb.loaf)0 1 '2 Cheese per 1b. 0 10 Biscuit per enrt. 1 IS P ilanu.pcrdo. ' 0 16 Butter peril). 6 2 . 6 Salt per ton 4 0 0 ' Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Hanuperlb. 0 2 0 I. France sugar 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto D 1 B E. I. do. per 1b. 0 0 6 Beef per lb. 0 0 8 Ditto jiet 1b. bag 0 0 4 Huttnuperdo.' 6 0 7 Ditto loaf per Hi. 0 0 7 Park per lb. 0 0 10 Rum (duty paid) t) IS O Veal pgr ditto 0 O 8 Ditto m bond 0 4 4 Uioco1;rt»n«r|bO £ 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. V Ti V Ditto in bond ,0 6 0 ? Candlesfmoulds 0 10 Gin duty paid p 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto In bond 0 4 0 Ese« per doien 0 2 6 Tea percltcst COO Bean per bushel 0 1 8 Ditto per lb. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per lb. 0 0 C Tobacco do. bond 0 1 S Hay per ton...

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

WbD SQnttr at Kaunnston. D. If. B. M. Sunday ....11 IS I Wednesday ..SO Monday .... 13 80 Thursday. . ... 2 45 Tuesday.... 1 U 1 Friday ? I 30 Saturday ? .' 4 IS

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

SJIH* !&& NEWS. J-H»10 ? SaiWl the Cdbrescy Lx«s, Captain W. Bell, for Syixey. Cargo— 270 bags barley, 100 bushels wheat, fiOO bushels oats, 100 kangaroo Ikiu. 10 imuAlcs r.Uooks, 11 tout potatoes, 2 Urns . 'hay. Jcsr. 8. —Sallca the schooner Ciuunox, for Port Phillip; Cargo— £00 sheep. Joxr7 ? Sailed tbeVAN*m»Rr,wKlr.500*lieep for Port Phillip. Passenger— Mr. Gellibrand. Juke 7 ? Sailed the Camilla. Captain Marshall, for Hubart Town, with « general cargo. The Harbour k at present very tlack. The fol lowing vessels only are loading in it:— T lie Lotus, for London. ' The Camilla, for Hobart Town. ? T^ic tliKB, for Sydney. ? The WiLum. for Sydney. I The Isabella, Government houart town slur neifi. June 6— ArrMd the brie Ahco, CaptaufBiHing, from Mauritius 20th April, with sugar, 4c June 4— Arrived the brig Mu MAC,*Captain . BrcjiJ.fioni Sydney and Mauritius lkh April, with. a cargo ofsugar and otlicr goods. . June 9— Sailed the JaKbt, Captain leitch, for Sydney with go...

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THE NEVER FAILING UNDERTAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

THE NF.VER FAILING UNOBRTAKFJl. .jtafoeafcewally ?P^wVfcd-d^*'--^ te* money dowi onthinianow-^H' & '8q'?l5S1^** people iMkarBLicK assi»Ti-i»«alu-»1«nOTftorm-*IIt-»Jt* the* ria^'bertwethiiig in m ^'LrSrfr1^ of a cowWiBt Iforrs&ne ^me f** ?ad in Us opinion, (wjuch i, alwayl worth aometlmifl «e can'tstandoutveiylota —however, Tl} fme arwiiKof this job, and in a few weeks give hlM

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. [?] D. LAND, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

CORNWALirBCHRONICLIJl. X.1UNCE8TOW , V. D. LAND, SATURDAV, JUNE 11, 18S6' ' Lliirnr wltli ilangor is to hit prcArred to slavery wttli tecurUy.' : ? S»h.«-t. ? Never daring our local -etperience, has the ocean ! of Colonial ^olitioi ran«- mountainous. We con- ; sidcr ourself a passenger on board the Political! Barque, and sceiug danger surrounding it on all i ?ides, are anxious for our safety, and that of our fcjlow-vojageis. 'The tempestuous' gale that Jorso long has Mown unpropitious, has ceased, it is true, but, it lias left lienitia it, a terrific sea, produced \-y ita violence and its duration, which threateus^reater danger from its effects, than could be anticipated, or, even feared from the utmost violence of the j storm. Vow is the tune for the steady and unOineb. I ing performance of the duties of every man engaged I in the navigation of the vessel, and for the cheerful assistance of every passenger, if he desires its safety. j,'--W«'-)uave not wetthcied th.e rtorm while the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

ffmEXGHT «V PABSAOB For fieri Louis,1 Mauritius, D ? - ? ? rect. 'SSa, THE fine first-clas* barqi *#»«» LOTUS. ZgmML G. F. Gobs, H. C. S. Co. W3833 msnder, will sail for the abo pwt in liiree weeke from tliit date. . ~f°T freight or_pas»age, having luperii accommodation^ apply to llfiWITr, GORE, &«o. _ St. John Street, Mav,~38, 1830. FOR SYDNEY, ~£Sa THE fust-nailing jchoon ^M 'IS D U S.T'H Y,' att»£hi-JAMBfeiilDi-LB, Mailer, h* ^?o'3J ing (he greater part of b cargo engaged, will mil (or the above po in a Tew day*. Fur freight or p*M*ge appli to blNCUlR & NEWTON. Wharf, UohcMtou, - Mat 27, 1836. FOR PORT PHU.UPT ~S|a THE charterer* of the achoon gBfljSL '*''Bf one trip of that vt JDuWai, «e1 .10 ?pare, will be happy! treat -ilh parti* requiring aucli a vein TlieG«ii, ia wall fitted-up to carry M ?Ueep ?.li'dShorace comfortably; and.l „ liMiiolloal DM cheep since alie hssbei in the trade, fiarly application will ! Decenary ; apply to M'KlLLOP «c ANDERSON, or _ , GBQ....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

gte rim« MUXM or Governor Arthur, at Sniuty bounito do, presented an Address him* fc» boon after his nscal mu announced, .herein they convey their nprefcthat the Secretary 'j^^ddtowery.wneerembnioiuly command S.^T-l.^iiaortWMtrin at l-ead-quarten.— l2?jBn*«ite«»k» 'P'^ *»'* they have 'Tl^jntjefully received' the fawr» *e»ped upon ^iT^Tte An-fct* UrigneaVtM^-fo^orthe ^U'o»i(iaUwwhoare in reality-the relatives ?^a^nisomitted-^bRblybjrmistake. We object to the Address in one particular only '^fcS, b—that, in which it is meant to coney iTijii'sentiiuerits of thogljeat majority or. the Inha ijtwu.' JThufcan unwarrantable liberty on the -rtoMbeadorenon.. The Wdre* does notcon wl Ihe teDtiraentt of thirty-four name* more ia the Colony than those already attach*! to fc*BB,ther» -on!,«ViVa.tWexprewongoe»Jl|itost*t«7 «*e Menejrfthefict. Addresso, »*owan«i»Hcw-- ««Bn»-ou«»t *° be stamped with iiie aeal of truth-Jacking that-the effect which Ihty aiei» tepoed topndiice, must fail. , ^ ' ' . . l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MB. UNDkRWOOD, At kit lioomt, corner of Char let anil Camirox-iltecli, on WEDNESDAY next, tht \5th inttant, at one o'clock preciuty, poritivtfy without retcrvr, Blacksmiths Bellows, ?'?'? ? Antiliand vicr- Window «lng.,eilo;ib.ta; 10il4, and i?-U 6 an-l 7 ioch iron rim lock* Garden, turnip, nnd poinioeiu-i Wa«l«;rir''g, brickiav*r'«, «nd 'onion's tro»el». . : . , Hand and grafting ??«« - ImpMlal.wtlghu, 66, 28, 14, and 7 iht. . Tw(o boirs tin . ? ? .. ' Two do. ?aludoil rritbnla meul tei poll Curl«d«nlr - Hair^atbg ' . O.Wj«-iii ip»it1««py,1»ld, bank poit, ...BSfr«*irt ?'???? filankcl* ' And a variety of ilopa, ? '' TERUS Three roonthi credit to purchuera of £10 on approved bill,. ' TWENTV ONE Valuable Allotments, INTHECENTBE OF TBE TOWNSHIP OF To be Sold Jby Public Anction*' ay am. underwood, ?*th, from,,, corner vf Ckarlet and Cameron Strtet,, on Jtfi'nday Wk int., it I o dock prrcitttg, without raene, TWTV-ONK y.|u.Me Ailo.Wnt. o...

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From the [?] JUNE 3, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

dPront tht ©anttt. Junk 8, 1886. ... Cum ronCiuxTfi ? Notice is hereby given, that the following Claims for Grants will be ready for examination, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the twentieth day of July next, befoie which day any canal or counter claim uitut be entered. Charles Sefton, 8 roods, 39 perches, suburbs of Hobart Town. Gavin Hogg, 4 acres, 8 roods, ?2 perches, Campbell Town. Gavin Hogg, £ acres, 8 perches, Campbell Town, ' Thomas CluUfcy- ?*-? '?' 800 acres, Quccnhoro' Parish, County of Bucking hara. ' ' ' John Anderson, 40 acres, Queenboro' Parish, County of Bucking ham. Daniel Anderson, 80 acres, Queenboro' Parish,, County of Buck ingham. Peter Murdoch, 103 acres, Brisbane- Parisli, County of Somerset, (originally granted as 100 acn.t to Thomas Williams.) Gavin .llalstqnr , : 1 acre, I rood, 81 perches! IiWgfordj^ , . Samuel Rodbara,'-JoKn'N5rTttIbot, 105 acres, Trefusis l»ari«S, 'County of Cornwall, f Originally a grant, of 1...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

We have a few observations penned upon the   subject of the Lilliputian Government on Flinder's Island in Bass's straits, under the Governorship of Mr Robinson, but we defer their publication, until we   can obtain certain and sure information, upon some   points we are at present in doubt about. We shall   much esteem any information upon the subject; being desirous to open the eyes of the public to what   we denominate abarefaced abomination. It is well   for Colonists, that Colonel Arthur is recalled, or   they would have had to provide for some other xsTiBUHUMKUT, which will not be thought of by another Governor. Indeed, it seems likely to us, that the Government of Flinder's Island will   be abandoned, as soon as the purport of its   organisation becomes known at home. We are not at liberty to give publicity to certain   statements made to us touchin...

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From the Gazette. (CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 June 1836

rfram tbt ©auttt. (CONTiniED FROM FIRST PaCB.) AlTJUlTIOKR IK TIIE PoMCE OF THK TERRITORY ? ArroiKTMRHm— To be constables— Thomas Hay, den, Atlas, from 30th instant ; James Smeade, free, 2811 Jijlo!; 'Kobc'rt Flcmming, ? Caledonia, T.L , 1st proximo ; Alfred Stallard, Bardaster, as special constable at the residence of F. Aubin   Esq., J. P. 14th inst. ; J. Moore, John 2, from   10th instant; Robert Sunnier, . rgyle, 18th ditto; John Galloway, free, 18th ditto; George Bill, Atlas. SQth ditto; Nicholas Carr, free, 17th .ditto; William Jones, Enchantress, 2Ut ditto; James Tremble,1 Lady Keunaway, 12lh ditto; . Thomas Aaniber, Gilmore,. l-kh ditto; John Fraxei-, jHaterloo, 16th ditto ; Robert Hogsn, Admiral Gilford, lath ditto; George Mortimer Iltvill, Lady Keunaway, 20th ditto; John Cooper, Manlius, 97tll ult. ; Mr. John Gellie, as Division Constable at the Black Brush, in the District of Uothivcll, S3d inrtaiit. . . RwdONATiDNJ ? John Crackncll, Asia, T. L. ...

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Court of Requests. SEVENTH SITTING FOR 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

Court of fttqnusM. BEVBNTH UTTIXO fp- 1888.. Fjainu in Country cases — This day. Ditto in Launcecton — Wednesday 33d ditto. Court held— Saturday, 3d July.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

Jm 13.— Sailed the brig Wiixu*, Captain thorn, fur Sydney. Passengers— Lieut. Thompson, Mm. Th wipion, and five children, Mr. Knox, dx Misses I'atersons. Mr. Haywood, Dr. Barclay, Mr. and Mrs.* Happy, Air. mid Mrs. M'Tavisb, und child, and William Morwood. Cargo— 8044 butlwls, vrlrcat, tit bushels oats, 48 bushels iMrley, $t»m (lour, 40 1 tone potatoes, 2 tons buy, lim preserves, 3 casks anuUt, 2 Inlet merchandise. Joke It.— Saf led ttic brig Hum, Cajlain Wyatt. for Sydney. Cargo— S80Q bushels whtwt, 600 bush els oats, 4 tons lay, 10 bags flour, 3 torn potatoes. - Vehscu ubxjuximc in Hahroiuu Tbc Lotui, for Mow'itiui, next week. The Cimuu, far Ilobart Towi. Tho Ciumjottb, Govermuenl cutter. The Imdblul ditto. No arrivals or departures for Fort Phillip thii week. ?

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

fcifji) CHatcr at fcaimcmon. a. B. ». w. Sunday ....£ 0 I Wednesday .. 7 Is Mimday.,.. £ 45 1 Thursday... .. 8 0 Tuesday.... 6 SO (Friday ? 8 4S Saturday ........ 9 0

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