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Launceston [?] price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

SLiiuictstou McttU ©rfee Current, [CoUriLEG IMft B-BI COMrwML ChbOXICIE.] Colonial Produce. Imported Coodi. £ f. d. £ s. d. Air, per hiid. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 IS 6 \ Bark pel tun 8 0 0 Uroivn stout do. 0 13 6 ' Beer pcrhhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per II) bag 0 0 10 lire«d(4lb. loaOO » 2 Cheese per Ib. 0 10 Biscuit per vwt. 1 \S 0 [lanui per do. 0 1,6 Butler per 111. 0 3 C Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 3 0 Sou)) per ditto 45 0 0 Uauis per Ib. 0 3 0 I. Vraiicc sugar 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 £ Hi I. do. per III. 0 0 C Beef per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto Mr lu. bag 0 . 0 4 Muttou perifo. 0 0 7 Oitto loiif pcrlb. 0 0 7 Fork per Ib. 0 0 10 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 0 Veil pur ditto 0 0 6 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 ChowilntopcrlbO £ 0 Brand) duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 ) ODittotnbond 0 S 0 Candlos(inaulds 0 1 0 Gin duty paid . 0 18 0 Ditto {dipt) 0 10 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Eggs per dozen 0 3 C Tea per chest 6 0 0 Jlruu per bushel 0 1 £ Ditto pur Ib. 0 2 0 Oatmeal pcrlb. 0 0 t Tobacco do. bond 0 I fi Hay per to...

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Corn Harhet. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

Com fHaritrt. Tlio price of wheat remains unchanged— from 9s. to 10s. pel bushel; Barley St. to 6s. 6d. ; Oatsfo. to fis. 6i. Fine flour 27s ? seconds 24s. per 100 1U.

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Notice of Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

0atitt to Corrrtpontonitg. The ?' Bonfire vena' are too mix to be published, and we find it impossible to extract front tlicm thr sting, without mutilating them, even to uwtess He». ?- W. U. B.'1_k inadmissible. We did not read the communication before we put it into the Compositor's hands. This afternoon upon looking at it, set up— we thuddurcd. For ten thousand pounds we would not publish it— even if it did not wholly relate to a private transaction. EnmiDM—At the head of Mb. Db L,mu*« ad. vcrtiscment- -for Timber Yards, read— Tiubbb 5'rongs. We desire to remind our Townsmen of the favour, able opportunity the Imvt affords for the transmis sion of communications to the Isle of France. Thin vessel rails during the week, and it is provable at tbi« time of the year, will be the last departure tor that quarter for came time. The schooner Marian WiTsox b considerably over-due. But for the known coasting knowledge ami skill ofher Commander, we consider fears tot her safety would not be ...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

fJljaScS of ti)t ittoon First quarter— 23d June — 46 rots, put B afternoon. RlinlRim Day payllragtaTltoy I Equjitio Jiui-rB.UUlS'? light light of decren of |IWM|twt begin* ends day ses. | time. 19 7 SGU Si|6 io|s jole^*) 6 24 j ^f

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Gallery of Comicalities. NO. 9, THE PLAINTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

Gallery of Comicalities. If 0.9* THE SlaAINTIPF. ?' rveicard^f tb»v sharp I*&«W- two flats (the former having eaten taciffHterwid given the shells to JmsJieiitsVbuO -think 1'm the Bat between two sharps— for. though Vrt sained my cause, l-tiw* lny.*ag*4*V rather, have, nothing but rags left. Not a featner tody witli, end the two rascally at torneys laughing in. their sleeves at «ny folly,' ?? By Goles it is a foolish plan, In Court to settle a dispute ; And I, alack ! sun like the man Wot gain'd his cause but lost, his wit. ?? Don't marvel that my face is long Nor quiz me for my shoulder sliruggins; If I've one copper left I'm wrong. And law has done tor poor Mat Muggins. ' With extra costs and extra foes, Thocvilo eUorncyt Always cook you ( Your last remaining coin they squeeze. And then for Whitccross Prison book you. ' Better to let out quarrels die, Than sink to poverty uud tatters ; Better jf neighbour Giles and I Over a pot had fettled matters. ' All glory to our code ...

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

HOBART TOWN NEWS.   Mr. Mason again!— We trust this is the last time we must refer to the Greenwood and Mason case!   We now openly call upon Dr. James Ross, one of the last jurymen, in the case of Mason v. Lascelles, to state whether or no he did, or did not, express himself to Mr. Lascelles, that Dr. Turnbull told him (Dr. Ross) that Mr. Mason had committed per jury, in the case of Greenwood?   I'roiu tlic manner in which insult upon insult has been heaped, by the Government and the Courier, upon Mr. J^cccllcr, «c Jctm it liut jukticc to the latter (jcntlcnmu, that Dr. Ross should thus poin tedly h'nvc tin- (juesLion put to him, in a manner too, which »;i) allow of no cuuivoeatiou. We call ujnn Dr. Ross to answer tlic above question, without I quibbling about the exact words he rimy have nindc Use of ; but as to the jiuijhiiI of what be did bay ' (o Mr. losceJjes. Tliat gentleman asserts, that it was in consequence of what be beard from Dr. 1...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

To the Editor. SIR-I look upon the recall of Governor Arthur as one of the greatest blessings that could possibly happen to the people of this Colony— for, if ever there was one man as a Ruler more unpopular than   another, that man is Colonel Arthur, who is now re-   sorting to all manner of schemes to procure a piece of plate from the deluded people, as a mark of their esteem and appreciation of his Government. Report sUta that orders have been taued to the Police Magistrates to beat upt or Bgnatoms in ttoir ? rcpectiTe DiitHcb, and that the Magistrate, and constables an 'going their rounds Id intimidate and enforce the tfgnatures of the Settlers to the »ub acription lift, and that all who.reliue will incur not only ite displeasure or ia Eicelleney, but will be ?ure to be visited with die last *troke of his power, and what is tar more to be dreaded, the vengeance of lisa felon police. When we look Upon the fate of poar Mr. Robert Bryan, who had the misfor...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

To the Editor. SIR, — In your last CHRONICLE, I perceive two ar ticles which I cannot help considering extremely obnoxious to good sense and truth. The first is from the pen of come penon, who,' instead of man. fully avowing himself, subscribe* to his effusion in the Advertiser (from wliich you quote) the an tique maxim ' Fiat Josrrru' : — and, curiously cnoujrh too, when the writer's evidently sole obicct IS to PREVENT justice FROM BEING done. The other is a Prospectus of a new Paper, to be called "THE OBSERVER," "the principles of which are to distinguish it from ALL its Contemporaries." Upon these two articles therefore, I proceed to offer a few remarks, which it shall be my study to con vey in language unpolluted by the gross indecorum that characterises the first; and supported by some   slight show of reasoning, of which the latter is ab solutely innocent. That justice should be done there cannot arise a doubt! You Sir, have prayed, I have prayed, and &nbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

SALES BY AT7CT1ON. To be Sold by PiMie #Mtiqn, BY MR* UNDERWOOD, At hi$ lioonn, CharletStrett, on ilfffp 4ay, nrxt.the 22nd fait., a*d fallow ing day; at I o'etock prccifcUi, without the leatt reserve, CAUCES, picklei, moitard, cayenne pepper,' blacking, Bath l-ricj;», bnnkel ?sll. (able islt in b»g«, drugget, Kilmar nockcapn, Welle»ley and Witney b1»n lielf , Sci'tch papa, Dualling jacket', great coal', toya, glnM, Ironmongery uf nil de ncriptionn, calicoes, jcomfurluri, mnntle pieceK, rope, soda powder*, garden iced*, tom»liawk«. . At»i-, Port wine in wood and bottle, and a few butt'a of Sheirv wine, Tbrm«. -3 months abure £2j), on op proved bills. To be Sold by Public Auction, On Friday, 24rA June, 0( one o'clock prccUety, TTH E Material! composing a Brick CoU tBge, shunte in Bri»baiie-street, la'in ceiton, oppoiite the residmce ol Mr. Hardwicke. All tbe Materials lo be re moved from the ground wi'hin a week alter the aate Tbiims— An Approved pill ot 3 month'. To be Hold by Publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

#BEIGHT ^PASSAGE. » ff MHV 4 1 ON SALE. For Port Louis, Mauritius, Di- **- *-*?-**** r ?/MU* T u.e Store, of -the U N 0 ER recL ? A s | o n E o , Jg* THE fine 6,.,-cJ... b.rqoe J- S. U T HER, ; ? gSSf£j£?., and touon M O. R G^,' g.S.'s. Com, EMBRACES this opportunity fe'tt,r.fUr.a0do,h«rM«.. SS£S minder, will sail for the above Of reluming thanks to Jus . 'Slop clothing port in Uiree weeki from this date. Friends and the Public, for ? Sllf'-',^ .clo^ol^n0' PTB,e- b'in«r8UPerior «*« »6«-a/ Patronage lie has ™£ ed^Ho* and bl,«k p.;du ?ccommodauon^ .pplyw^^ & ^ ^^ ^ coinmj?ttcing Bu. fn the 'Camilla,' St. John Street, Maj, 28, 1838. ' SineSS—and has to acquaint Taylor's Porter, in hlid». ^?ST*™???- -^f^tS^ ^^oWa.U. aafiiigk having one trip of that ves- 'flf CHARLES AND BRISBANE ? rjc ? — =; — JT~ ? W33B& ?elio.p.re, wui Oe happy to Streets, tvJiere he hopes, by Vomwall otore8. TreSTwenin'd^'r1'**6'^ strict attention to Business, to M'KILLOP & ANDERSON, ?l.eeP an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

NORFOLK PLAINS. T'HE Ondersigrmd having received, in addition to hi* usual supply of Goodi, a very select Investment, specially order ed per l.oTcif ; begs leave to call the at tention of his CuRt.iniers and others, to (lie following, which he can, with confidence, recommend to their notice— ^-viz- Linen dnmatkN Huck.Urta and drown Holland Sheeting calicmh, plain nnd twilled HcsiPry mid cloves, very superior Wool bn^K-i-K 'n-l 'lout ducka FUonds and 1-ankelt 1 lirec Inishel Slinks K'orlrrminslei carpeting Gcen liaze nnd hearth rugs I.men and coitui bed-ticking Conn ecpanes, plain and figared , Hemmig «ud Gros de Naplct silks Merino* end ttufls, of every qualily Muslins, cambrics, priuted, &c. llnends, tapi-8, &c. - Sii|)i'iGiif clomtf, ,if various colors Sufiniur dull' kcnejiucie and fancy uaifiironling La dit s' hlinpg Ditto xntin, kid, nod Spanish lenthvr Ho. Ch'Ck Blnrls Hlld tlnps.il r.vrrv VArictv ijup-riur lix'a, for gentlcn.cn B aver ditto Uiiniicm tor baft Bd...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

CORNWALL^CHROMCIj;. Y. D. LAND, SATDRDiY, JUNE 18, 16B6. » Ubertv with -t«nt«r is to In ttckrei to dav/ry with «corHy.' ? . SltLVIT. BT'ihe following public notice, it appear*, that the resident Trustees of the Hobart Town Grammar School, bavo determined on admitting the children to the privileges of their establishment, whose parents do not choose to acknowledge the supremacy of the Episcopalian Church. Such a deviation from the original plan, we presume, the Trustees discovered to U afcsoluUly necessary, to give to their Institution the eolor of public sanction. Ne rerthelen, it must be remembered, that their edifice is built upon the foundation of intolerance -4he liberty of consdenee now odvtrtised, it not a fea ture in the principles or the Institution— it is. o meie superstructure, spiingiug from tbc original buiiduiR, and does not form any portion or it. The Iloliart Town Grammar School— » neither more nor lea than a sink of patronage for thi Episcopalian pro fession—the cost...

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From the Gazette. JUNE 10, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 June 1836

From theGazette.   June 10, 1836. Postmaster at Fingal— The Lieutenant Gover- nor has been pleased to appoint Mr. W. F. l'roc tor, to be Postmaster at Fingal, vice Mr. A. Mc'lntyrc, who has resigned ; to take effect from the 1st inst. Letters of Dbmzation— The Lieutenant Govcr «.... directs it to be notified, that Letters of III*. nizalion under the Seal of the Colony, have been issued in pursuance or the Act of this Island, 5th Gul. 4th, No. 4, to Jesse Morrill, of Hobait Town, blacksmith, bearing date ou the 29th day ofMay, 163f-. Alterations im the Police — Appointment— To be constable— Thomas Berry, Isabella, from 1st instant. Resignations — Thomas Rafter, free, from SIst ult. ; George Foster, free, ditto; Win. Field, free, 6th instant. Dismissals— Joseph Westwood, Moffatt, from Snd instant; James Condon, William Metcalf, 4th ditto ; Jeremiah Wilson, . Malabar, 26th ult. Thomas Mc'Cabe, Moflatt, ditto. ' i Erratum— In the Gazette -of S7th May, 1836, Government Notic...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

: Iniuirtfltoii littail JJrict Currtnt. [CouriLEt . f«R run Cobnwam. Chuohicu.] palunial Produce. Imported Coodf. ... ?*. s. d. £ .. d. Ale.ncrhhd. SO 0 Ale per dozen 0 19 6 Bark pel ton S 0 0 Uroivn stout do. 0 IS' 6 ttoarperbbd. 4 10 0 Coffee per M- tiag 0 0 10 llreadfllb. loar )0 1 2 Cheese per lb. 0 10 IliteuftBer-cwt. US 0 llams per do. 0 16 butter per lb. Q 3 C Salt per ton 4 0 0 Vl't, ditto,. 0 2 0 Snapper ditlo 4S 0 0 Mains per ib. 0 18 0 I. IWiee sugar 85 0 0 Ikuon ptr ditto Ojl S E. I. do. per lb. 0 0 6 tieerporib. 0 0 8 Ditto per lb. bag 0 0 4 YUttanjvrdo. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per lb. 0 0 7 Pijrkpcrlb. 0 0 10 Rum (duty paid) 0 It 0 ?Vediwrflitto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 VhocoWa per ibO E 0 Brand; duty paid 0 18 0 Cheewiper do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 5 0 CandlufuoulasO 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto . (dipt) 0 10 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Kggs per dozen 0 9 G Tea per chest 6 0 0 llran per bushel 0 1 (Ditto ptr lb. 0 9 0 Oatmeal per lb. 0 0 € Tobacco do. bond 0 1 8 Hay per ton 7 10 0...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

POSTSCRIPT. (FaOll THE TAWiKUM.) . What a not the victory which Colonel AnrnoH «-btamen-on Wednesday ! Loud indeed mu tbe » dreadml note of, preparation' for the Grand Fes tival: One hundred covers at least were to »,c laid. But as tbe hourapproached, and the 'ticket*' not going off, emissaries were dismissed to offer them Gratuitously in the streets ! But the mod recline oftlic people prevailed. How many assembled at l|ie dinnertable f Some say twenty-nine— some say nineteen— but thegeneral opinion is, (great sitoikcy prevail) a- to this grand public festival) that the classical number turn was the sum total oftlic As sembly. Probably limited thereto purposely in re. presentation of the ' nine mutes' musihg'at their defeat. Then as to the general illuminations. The only— the very only house in the whole town which displayed a single candle was Mr. Bent's '. Then as to the fire-works, which according to Mr. Peck's advertisement, wto .to have been splendid: Dis - trikutcd giatuitoBsV...

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Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

Corn jBnrhit. Pricci in this Market remain unchanged. Wheat 9k. 6J. to 10s. ; barley Si. to Gs. ; Cape barley fis. ; o*U Si, per bushel. Fine flour 23s., seconds 25s. . per 100 lbs. ? There is no variation in the price or Colonial pro duce since our last, and the corn market is steady at former quotations. — Coohier,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

The Mail from Hobart Town, did not arrive in this Town until past 8 o'clock last Saturday even ing—our newspapers were delivered at 4 past nine, and our letters at } part 10, at which time out Pa per wa« gone to press, and we were unable in con sequence to attend to advertisements forwarded by the Port. The Mail last Wednesday, arrived like wise verj late, our communications came to haml many hours after being due. -

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Phases of the moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

Stjataf of 0)t ffloon Full Moon— 39th June— 47 niu. past 8 morning. Is.,- te.._ I Day tbayllength] Day I £quatio. Junafc ^ light light of decria of I ^^ liegini ends day ses. time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

SALES BY AUCTION, ft MONTHLY SALE f OF I CATTLE v I MR. JAMES HIUJ' I TAKES Ilie' freedom or informing hit fiiends and the public In general. 1 that liia MONTHLY SALE, FOR THE DISPOSAL OF JS-.T O C K » '*?''' WILL TAKE PLACE, ON THURSDAY, July 7, 1836 I AT ONE O'CLOCK, J. At the Yards of \ MR.ROKBR T BRAND.I 'CHARLES STREET. I Mr. H. reqneili that such individual! I ?1 may be Inclined to forward 1 Stock to tijaibove 8«lr, will lei him know ? fe« I ' days previoui,. r. ?''.'? _ I

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 June 1836

.., Jjigft tB^tcr at launttston. ?. m. u. u. Sunday ...;6 40 1 Wednesday .. Jl 45 Monday ....10 IS I Thursday ? is so Tuesday.... 11 0 jFriday ..... 1 15 Saturday ? 3 O

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