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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

SHIP S^'NEWS. June Sr— Arrived the Guv.nos. Captain Hilt, torn Pot Phillip, iu ballast. Tasseugvr, Mr. W . H. Clarie. Juno Sr— Sailed the CtuHTiov. Captain Hil!,for Port Phillip. CarBo, £00 sheep. Pn»icnp.crs, Messrs. W. H. Clarke T. Mannifold and P. Slanmfold. Juno 27._Amved the EK-rsamSE, Captain Hunter, from Port Phillip. . June 87 ? Arrived toe Abbuidb, Captain Me. Clellaiid, from Port TJiilip. ?? June 27.— Arrtad the Hmunv, from J-ort June 28— Sailed the JtoBl for Port Phillip, with £00 sheep. „ June 28- Arrived the Mabun WMWK.Captara ? Kind, from Sydney. Juiie. ?si-Airived the Euuram, Captain Brown, from Sydney. ? June29— Sailed the Hekby for Port. Phillip. Cargo 700 cheep, ' . July X.— Cleared at the Custom House, the schooner 'Ei.iz»irern, Captain Brown, for Portland lUv, ivJth stores. Vofficngere— Mr. J- Griffiths, Mb. Bf:lh.tosu,H.Wntts, Esq., H. Walts, Junr. liq., Jnracs Coining. julv 2 ? Cleared at the Custom House, the lirig-CMUWu, Ca,)U5n Martfoall, for Hobavt Town. Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

jr'rom the ©ajtltt, Jpnb St, IBM. NOTICE. Surtey Office, dune 1C, I6«G. ?VfOTICE is hereby given, that all Applications ?L^ fur Licenses to cut Timber, burn Lime, &c, on Crown Lands, must be made according to the folloH'ingtnodc :— - ' ' 1st— Tlie. names of the workmen to be employed, to be stated at full IcngtJi. 3nd.— The period for which the -permission u Bought «rd.— A particular description of the^ace re ferred to, must be Attached, its distance, and tearing Ifroro the nearest grants of land Jieing quoted. ?4th ? No Liceni* will bo jf ranted but on pay went of tfce rcgulktcfl fee to the Cro#«, yi* :—One Kbilling \m week foregoh »orkmauto iie employed Under the License; ? , fith ? It ic t» be stated, whether ^he, men are free, tickcl-of.lcave-meu, orotherw.«w. ; , 6th ? All applications oT Uiis uaturt, must be transmitted totlie Surveyor Ocncral, through the Police atagittratts of the respective fh*^a G. Ps%AnJVLA*l-.. Surveyor Geneial. OOVERNMfcNT NOTIciS. Colonial Secr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 July 1836

, ROSS BRIDGE. t To be Sold by ? Puh.ic Auction, ' ay MR. MACOTICHATEX, 1 Oil'* '*«». Jr''J' 6tlh at ' «Vs6»eft V»r«- «w ty, «oW««« ony rweroe,— y»AA EWES, allttavy hi lamb to. pure 160 MniHen Evei . #. 20 ^J .pile oows all heavy in c»|f lo a fur? Hc(cf»r4 Bull ; Xerm»— 3 fllonl''cre- f 1° purchasers to the amount of jC25 and upwards, oh approved acceptaflceii: endorsed, if re quired. , OATl^LB, HORSES, &$ &c. To be Sold by Public Auition, On' FRlB/i r, ^«8*yW^ i wwencwp prelUely at EUvtnocMk, the JulUwvag fc posilivfJy iot4 ««%«/ i**e»w, W1CTY Heid:»r^ell bHCuUle, con * listing' of Working Cii1Idc(j», -Steers ibrofcen toypke.Cows; «eifers, end young stew; v.: :: ? '?' V '/.i'-!- . . ' . Awo,.. , ... . ?] - yERT HANDSOME 1 Hereford J£Wl, BttEO ATCBESSr, ' *. ..,.:»?? ,*naft(,WB10B, .- .? Harness , and Saddle HORSES; TfBH'.— Uud-r £20 ca«hi (mm £20 to /;03niM)'lu;X10 ofgOO mmthi ; «lio»e i60 6 and 0 months crt'lit on ipproveJ B.lls. STOCK SALE ?AT PERTH. To be Sold by...

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MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

MELANcnoLT ACCIDENT ! ! ! Toe Hkrcot-eb. — It «my be remembered, that the ship Hbbcdles, with a number of passenger* and a full cargo, sailed hence for London, on tbc 23rd Dec, under the command of Cant. Daniel. She was seen at Rio by the SnuTHFiEUffiAT, where she hud put in. The following letter from a passenger to Mr. IL Roberts which appeared in yesterday's AB8thu.uk, gives an account of a dreadful acci dent which occurred wben she was off Cape Horn, lira de Jf neeio, April 8, 18SG. 'Dun Roi)r.nTS,_lt is with feelings of the most melancholy description, that t write to inform you of a most dreadful accident that has happened to our unfortunate vciscl. I can a-sirc you, that I can scarcely direct my pen through agitation ; but i must endeavour to give, you as accurate an account as lies in my power. On the 19th of March, it was blowing a most complete hurricane— Captain Daniel ordered the chip to be hauled too, she was accordingly brought to the wind, under close reefed topsails, ...

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

Court of J&tqvtdU. I'laiuU in country cases— Saturday, July 3Sd. Ditto in Lauaceetoa — Wednesday, July 27th. Court held— Saturday, August 6th. MAR1UED— On Tuesdayr'28th~June, by the llcvcncndMr. DiviEs.at Norfolk JPlains,€iuaus Arthuk, £sg.., to Mifii Allen, only daughter of Tsouie Hediet, Em., of Entsllj. ? On Thursday the 14th May, at i'rccninntle, (Swan River,) by the Rcvd. Mr. Wxittexooh, Colonial Chaplain, Miss Jane Pace, second daughterof Captain Wxlteh Pace, formerly of the H. E. I. Company's Service, to S. G. IIekty, Eea., son of Tbohab Hentt, Een., of Launceston, Van Bicmen't Land, formerly of West Tarring, Sussex., Tile marriage which we have aunounccd,gavc oc casion for a dmy of general rejoicing atFiimimNxLBj the liberality of S. G. Bestv, Esq.,was extended to nil chutes of the neighbourhood— aot forgetting the prisoners in the gaol. Tlic ceremony took place at 10 o'clock, in die presence of his Excellency Sir James »nd Lady Stirling, and a numerous party of frie...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

€otl)ttiitof. Sib,- ? I am told tjy atcieatlfic Astronomer, that we are shortly to eiMneiiceii lunatic bcufse of a pulilica tion, yclept, THiOa9BRV«a. Pny can you inform me how ' John Fudge' obtained bis infornation about the mad-hause bo qiealu of, ai I thought my philosophic friend itad conimuaicatea hit deep out learned researches 10 as only. Well, co the utounUin which we war* givu to understand come weeks luck' as being is labour, has at length been delivered— but cuch a bantling, Mr. Editor, I meat 01' * sweet words, low crooked cart' sies, nnJ bast! spaniel-fawning.' O ! it offends me to the soul— it out-herods Herod. To hic it is quite clear that it was bora in consumption, and will re quire much ounang in its feebleness till at last« however unnatural, and ucfceliuc, public contempt will strangle it. . ,guch is the fate I have marked out for it. It is curious to olserae the ptfty shifts 1 0 which uiai sometisics have recourse to, in order to build up a character, that they ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

Corn {ftarhct. Wheat is a thadc higher this week — being from fls to fls. 6d. ; Barley £a. 6d. to 6s. ; Cape Barley 5s. ; Outs Si. Fine Dour 27s. ; seconds 25s. per lOOlbs. ? Wheat from Cs. 6d. to 8s. 4d,, barley 6s. Cl. to 7e. 03., oats (scarce) 6s. to 6s. Cd., fine 'our i23 per ton.— Courier, July S. The price of wheat uc yet remains a matter or ?uncertainty ; it may be quoted at 7«. Sd. to 9s. per bushel.— S'vdkkv if 0K1 ran, 18th June. Sucjiii— Tie lost sale of tin's article was Rt /4S, since which, little business has liccn done. Hold den urc firm at £48 and sanguine of obtaining it. TV carpi of the Isimuu we learn is not likely to change hands under J'45. The client of our present stock may lie estimated at 500 tons, inclu ding the IsiBELlVscaigo ; and the extent ofex pirted imports per RflcMac and Anco will not ncvfJ 400 tons. This scanty supply would lead us to infer that even higher prices will shortly be demanded ; and a« the country demand for a 6 inpnllii. supply will sh...

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. No. 12. EVENING DIVERSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

GAIAMBiY pFCOMICAI4[riES. NP. 13- EVENING DIVERSIONS. Come lads, let's push tho bowl about These arc the times for jovial parties ; We'll drink the ruling powers out, And sing the new ones in, my hearties, Til true I'm getting rather queer, But now's the time to drink, or never, Aliumper toart I'll volunteer — * ' l for Colonel Abvhuii's new successor, Down with the old Executives, The radicals arc norr victorious, And while sudl punch our landlord gives, We'll every man of us get glorious '. Cod save the King '. upon my sonl, I feel I'm getting rather muzzy ; Betsy ! we want another bowl — Why don't you briug it in you huzzy t

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

- taunttiston JSctail $rfct Curttnt, {Compiled tob ihb Cobnwiu. Cukonicls.] Colonial Produce. Imported Goods. £ s. o. - £ i. d. Ale,pcrh)id. 8 0 C Mo per dozen 0 13 6 BiirUpatott 8 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Jlcer pcrlihd. 4 10 0 Coffee perlbbagO 0 lo 8rcad(4!b. loaf)0 1 5 Cheese per Ip. 0 I o Biscuit per cwt. 1 IS OHamspcrdo. 0 1 o Butter per 1b- 0 9 fi Salt per ton 4 0 o Silt ditto, 0 S 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 o Hunt por Ib. 0 2 0 I. France sugai 85 0 0 Bacon per ditto O 1 8 E.L do.pcrlb. 0 0 g Beef peril). 0 0 S Ditto per tb. bag 0 0 .4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loof perlb, 0 0 7 Porkpcrlti. O 0 10 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 0 Vea} per ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 CnocolatcpcrlbO 6 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 q Cheese per' do. 0 ! 0 Ditto in bond p 6 q Cnudlcsf moulds 0 t 0 Gin duty paid 0 IS 0 Ditto (dips) 0 'V 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 q Eggi per dozen 0 8 £ Tea per chest 6 0 q Bran per bushel 0 1 jl Ditto per Ib. 0 3-q Oatmeal per Jb. 0 0 t Tehaccoda.baniO 1 g Hay per ton 7 10 0 Do. do. dut...

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. COUNCIL CHAMBER, WEDNESDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISJ-ATJVE COUNCIL. OODKCL CBiUBER, ' WkdMesdiv, 2£nd Joke, 1836, The Supreme Court Bill was read a second time and committed pro-forma. * The Registration act amendment bill was read a second time. The council considered the bill in connuittee, and then resumed. . i The report was brought up and presented. His Excellency laid tlic bill as reported upon the table. : Ordered to be read a third time on Friday. Tlic civil act ertonsion bill was read a second time : The council want into committee upon the bill. I The sheep and cattle bill was read a second time and committed. Resolved, 1st. That ''* Excellency tlic Lieu tenant Governor be requctscd to appoint a commit tee of this council, for tLE purpose orinquiricg' into the present state of the currency of the colony, and of reporting their opinion whether any de ra'ngcnrcnt of the circulating medium has taken place, of such a natura,as to call for the interference of the Legislature. zno. — inai u» xoo...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

S'igi) BEfatit at Hamutiton. n. «. '' ' b. k. Sundav ,,,,10 80 I 'Wednesday .. JS 45 Monday ..',, 11 IS I Thursday..,.. 1 80 TiKiday.... 12 O | JMdayJ ? 2 15 Saturday ........ 8 0 ? J. B. BiT»qy, Harbour Master.

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FROM THE GAZETTE. JULY 1, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

FROM THE GAZETTE. Jdlv 1, 188ft '?'EXDERS will be received by the Auditor * of Accounts, until the 16th proximo, for the supply of certain Materials, a list and des cription or which can lie seen at the office or the Inspector of Works, Launccston, where they arc re quired for effecting certain repairs to the National Schools. JOHN LEE ARCHER. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported, expiring at il:n date placed after their respective names, culifu-al.* of their freedom may be obtained then, or nt cny subsequent period, upon application at tlic Muster 5f artert Oftce,'Hob»rt'IlD*ll- of »t that of u Police Magistral* in die interior:— - JBugsoRiH MEKCtuNT.'-Joscpli BlackweU, July 14, 1836; John Boucher, do. ; John llurbridge, J6thdo.; John Danes, 20th do.; Patriik Hall, 1 4th do.; Edmund Harker,dp. ; John Jones, lGlh do.; John Lloyd, 15th do.; Win. Marshall, 14,1, do,; Wm. Moore, 22nd do..; Henry Preston, 18th do.; John Shanks, the younger. 22nd do.; Henry Sh...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

basics of ti)t fRooi. Ken Moon— 14th July_S4mts. past 8 morning, ki.n «,.n I Dav DaytlcnLtliJ Day (Equation ? 1^ ''llicgiiitetuhl day «s. | time. 13 J7 2Lj* 82|b 5 S 5iJ» sjoicjj^,

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

SWAMT RIVER. We arc oUigcd to a Gentleman for the loan of Swan River papers to the 21st Hay inclusiva,— the contents of which are unusally interesting. The Peani Gixbttx, contains a lengthy account of on I xcuriioB l-y a Mr. Sfaorc, who, in a N. K. E. di rection, had travelled u considerable distance into theiutcrior;— he describes the country lie visited to be very good, and of ? particularly inviting ap pearance ; — indeed, a great portion of country, that by previoia vague report was believed to be barren, be discovered to be calculated for all purpose* of agriculture and ((taring. Tiieie teems to exist a spirit of eotcrprize is the better class of the Swan River ijcttleis, not to be found ia this Colony. Pro bably it way be attributed to— the circumstance of the community there, enjoying, us nearly as it it practicable, in a young colony, the blessing of the English Constitution, and theabsence of the' sys tem,'— that is cried up licre by tlic interested, as 1*icg alsolutely nec...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

snii Wnevs, Jew 6-Arav* 1 the schooner SiiiY Akh, from ?wan River and King George's Sound, Fassen lere, Stephen Hoitj, Esq., Mr. Anderson, 2 Misses Andctwn, Mr. Xacote, Mr. W. Omency. Hannah Dyer, J. Woodliced, E. Smith, John Thomas, J. DuWcld.J. Day. Jui-Y 9— Arrived the Samuel Kutmud, Capt. Parker, from Sydney. Juiv 9— Arrived the lirigTAMiii, Captain Dew ing, from Svdney.tiviih a Rcneral cargo. Passen ger*, Mr. and Mrs. Smart and servant, Mr. Wool fey and servant, ancfrMr*. Short. * ? '

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

En the SEtJttor. StR— Please to insert in your piper for general ijifojniatioii, the following additional Signal at the ^no^nHiU:— No. 2W— yeisd consigned to Walford & Co ? Blue & white Dae otct 'Eclcgraph Flag. Vf. BATSMAN, Harbonr Master.

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PROMULGATION OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

1'HOMUI.GATION OF NEWS. , Mr. idttclt mcntioni a usage prevailing in Ame rica,whK!h is an honorable contrast ivjrii the practice in England. Xhc Ppyernnient »clects three News- . jwpersi^ i each State, in 'bid' nil new b»vs are 'printed for the information of the people, a very «}aU sunibcinjr ulhwed to the Journalist for the Ijscrtion. As for the acts of each |»iticular State, %y are printed in the Newspapers or that State as -ooa as they are passed.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

To the Coroner         Sir — I request you will with the least possible delay, hold an Inquest upon the Government Paper, THE OBSERVER, which died at 10 am on Thurs   day, last, ere it had scarcely existed. I am induced. to make this request, because I have been charged with the murder of it, and I am most anxious to stand or fall by the verdict of twelve good men and true of this Country, — neither of whom, I submit, should be in any way related to the defunct— I am, Sir, your's very respectfully, John Fudge. Launceston, July 8, 1836.

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

CORNWALlTcHRONICLE. I,A.tISfCESTOW V. D. LAND, 6ATUKDAY, JULY 9, 1886. ' Liberty wltb diligcr is lo bo piebired to iluverj' with tecoritir.', , By the latest Sydney intelligence we leam, itdt the Right Eevcrcnd Father in God, William, Lord Bishop or Australasia, is installed in h'u office, and , invested, of course, with all the powers ?' temporal at well as epiritual»_utual with the overseen and pastors of die flock of the founder of Christianity in the Motlier Country, and elsewhere. Were the good people in England dreaming, or how is it that it comet to past, when Aristocracy Sn the Church is about being abolished with them, that they deem it expedient to saddle odr necks with the burthen of a Hierarchy.thcy themselves are so anxious to get rid of t We arc poor enough. Heaven known, without the taxation uodental upon the establish ment of Bishops, Archdeacons, Deacons, Deans, sad all tbc customary retainer* attendant upon on Ecclesiastical Court. Bad men arrived on these shores— ...

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THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE A Tale of Transformations. "De rebus OMNIBUS et quibusdam sliss." (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 July 1836

THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE 9 Stair of Crangtermationtf. ? ' De rebus omnibdb et quiluisdain aliis.' ' (COKTISJOED »TROH O»p l*ltt.) ? '*?Lymx-fte-totclm?'tickihgyouADwn stairs out or Mr. Archer's chambers, in Pump^duit, lip caiue you said so Much noise was made, and you niurt stop it, and' complain to the ' bcuctiers ?' ?' No, sir; Mr. Sunburn did^-aiid he gave me a sovereign tlic nert uay.' » Ik Mr. S.unburn any thing Me me ?' ' Not in the least, sir j Upsides ?«' is a head taller.' ' Why then.' 'l said, '' t suppose 1 must have iost my own head :'— and I beard a suppressed laugh all round. 'Then you don't know me nt all?' 'No, sir; I never saw }jiu before.' ' Well then, stand down.'1 With the next witness I was equally unfortunate. Ho had cleaned my boots and Wipes day after day, and he acknowledged that he had cleaned Mr. Sun burn's, but he knew nothing of me. Another had taken parcels and letters for Mr. JSunbura, but one and BliJisclaimod all knowledge asV me. .. Wleu'I had«ramlneath...

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