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Launceston Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle.] AND CORRECTED DAY. COLONIAL.PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

Eaunctttotr 33ri« Cttmiit. [Complfert/or lie Corawatt Chronieie,] ANDCORItBCtEO Tllll DAY. — oo— COLONIAL PUOUUCE. ^ i. cf. £ .. d. Alr.pprhbd. 4 0 0 to 0 0 0 Hark per ton 3 0 0 to 0 0 0 Beer per lilid. 4 0 0 (o Bread per 41b loaf 0 0 0 -o 0 0 ? Hisruii per c«t. 1 10 0 to I IS O Butler per Ib—frcih - 0 2 0 D.ttn, ditto, — salt 0 10 Bacon per Ib , 0 I 1 In 0 I 3 licet per Ib 0 t t|l- II V i Mutton tier Ib « 0 4, to 0 0 6 Po-kperlb 0 0 7 Veal per Ib r 0 0 0 Chocolate per !h(Cou»en«)0 s 0 to Cheeie per Ib 0 0 8 to 0. I 0 Candles per II —moulds 0 0 8 In 0 0 9 Biilo, ditto— %» 0 0 6 (d 0 0 0 Kg«» Per dozen 0 2 0 Flour per 100 b»-6oe(Bf»ctldge'«- 0 15 o J-it(o, ditto— Mcondi 0 13 0 Flour pet 100 bi— fin-- (FieXman't) O Is 0 Dillo, -5ii io -seconds, (do.) 0 13 0 Bran per blishet 0 10 Whea.. per ditto 0 6 0 Barley per ditto 0 5 0 t o Oai« per ditto 0 3 0 to 0 3 0 Oa meal |-erll» 6 0 C Hay par ion 8 0 0 -« Htdte each (average) 0 7 0 to H'j-ii-erll) 0 4 0 [„ o 6 « Hjnu per ditto 0 t S to 0 I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, April 1,1835. THE Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified, that the Secretary of State has been pleased to confirm the appoint ment of Peter Murdoch, Esquire, as Police Magistrate for the district of Oatlands. By his Excellency's command, John Montagu. INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE, March 31, 1835. flBEDS in favour of those individuals whose names are hereunder mentioned, are now ready for delivery at this office, en payment of the amount due to -the crown thereon 4 — tANDS sold: Ceo. Alston, 1,245 acres, Bathurst Parish. T. G. Gregson, 505 acres, Forbes Parish. Patrick Wood, 640 acres, Cargo Parish. J: H. MOORE, Collector. The Gazette contains * list of unclaimed Letters in the General Post Office iq Ho barl Towp, to the 31s| ultimo. THE READING PUBLIC ' I ABB Beipecliallv informed, that FAWK- \ I *»? N En's Circulating Library it now open . Dn the following | - Terms:— -| a&taUii.rj i&ootu, \ n Per Year. ? jfl 1 O i I Ha'fYear..., ? ' %...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For London Direct, To follow the Protector, The fine fast-sailing first class en- barque JANET, burthen per t     giurr 300 tons, J. C. MATHERSON, Comman, tier, having a great part of her cargo en- psert.tliii vessel will be despatched qniolcl Her accommodations for passengers a ?apurior. HE WIT I1, GORE, & Co. ' Agents. Far London Direct, Off HER KRTUIt' FltOM HOBAIlr TOWN, *6X* THE fine, fast.«aiUnir, teak-bui VUjBjt 1 Bnrquf, CYGNET, A. 1 Joan Rolls, Mas-er, burthen per regitK S40 toni. Hat e«r.ellent BCcommoda'ims, For Freight of Wool only, or Passage, r.| *'* ** HENTY & CO., Agenlt Ciraittere Street, Dec. 24, 1831. Constant Trader between thi Port and London. FOR LONDON DIRECT, 4fi9» rpHE fine, new, Gvennck-boi *CB— 3f & |,arqae£Ori7S,S00t-nshurthei Cnpl. 6. F Gork, II. C. S., Commander hiving the whole of tier dead weight engage Ins roim only forwool, and will be disjiaiche quickly. Thi« vessel's nr.o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

We have been politely favored with the perusal of a London Paper of the 22d of November, brought by the David Clark, bound to Madras and Calcutta, from which we have selected the few particulars which were then known respecting the new Ministry. The Duke of Wellington was   not then in office, although it was daily ex- pected he would be so — the arrival in Lon- don of Sir R. Heel being necessary to com- plete the arrangements. Lord Brougham had resigned the Great Seal, which is again held by Lord Lynd-   hurst ; but Lord Melbourne continued to discharge the functions of first Lord of the Treasury until a successor was ap- pointed. The country was astir, to watch and represent to the King the danger which most men seemed to apprehend from the restoration to power of the Tories. — South African Advertiser.

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAtmciESTOii, V.D, Land, Saturday, ApRtLll, 1835 We have mare than once expressed our opinion that the system of prison Disci pline, as it is at present adopted in this Colony, requires amendment, Such an opinion is general, yet, all are not agreed aa to the mean* needful to be used lo effect improvement. Some Colonists, and we believe the greater portion of them, con sider that convict labour it necessary to the present and future well-doing of the Colony ;— we confess ounelves of that number, but, we are not averse to any alteration in the present system that will at one fend the eamelioie improve the indi vidual condition of the unfortunate trans port, and the general condition of Colo nists at large. We will endeavour to- ex plain 6 plan, calculated to effect lliii.whlch we believe will not be generally disap proved of— at the least, we trust we shall be credited with the belt intentions tow ards our adopted Land. It is quite apparent from the conduct of Mini...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 April 1835

EXTRACTS. From the fare Sydney Paperi. John White.— We are extremely »orry to annonnce the death of this eacentric public character, at lodgings he had taken or change of air, outside the toll bar. It is difficult to say, whether the novel intro duction of celestial luminaries into this dull terestrial sphere, or the truly original and whimsical tone of his laughable and inimi table advertisements, are must wo i thy of admiration. From small beginihgs, John increased by ' head matter,' the 'nimble ninepences' into a handsome fortune; and acquired by his unique mode ot addressing his customers, a far higher degree of noto riety, both here and in Europe, than ever fell to the lot of the best puffers of modern times. ' Peace lo his manes ' Hit is a loss which will be felt by night walkcrs.since John's own bright moon is eclipsed; and ? ? ftip tliA nvaas «»p«at SaSliA Inaa nf 4un#fl and fame which it must experience by the me'anchoAy ««ant which we are grieved to record. Out of the 240 ...

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Phase of the Moon. Last quarter—20th day, 2 min. past 9 morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

ftyaft* ot tijc jHoen. La»I quarter— -20th day, 2 mil. pa-t 0 morning. liUliflnfinlHiifsllji IB j « «1 5 18' » »| 8 4» | 10 80 | - u\ lc£Ut

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CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V. P. LAND. SATURDAY, APRIL 18,1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

IB* CORNWALL CHRONICLE. IAVNCESTOH-, V. D. Land, Situbda y-, Atbil 18, 1835. We concluded our leading article lait week, with the following auertion— ' We ?ay ttiat Tranaportation may with bene6t to .the preient Colonists be continued to Van Diemen'i l-am), and we will eo fur Iher— we say, that Transportation may be continued to Van DiernenV Land with be nefit and advantage to the already con victed offender In Brilaio.' It now then becomes our duly to prove our asser tions, wbicb we will endeavour lo da. Agreeable to the present system, the convict hat no incentive to good conduct, beyond the mere view of insuring 10 him self mild treatment. He has no inducement to exert his ability to the best posiible advantage, because he, individually, 'ib Ho better of by doing so, than if he suffers it io lie dormant. The consequence Is,, thai a settler is compelled 10 feed and 10 clothe fi fleet) msn, where ten could pet form the same labor. Now— let us consider by what means the convict end ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE STORMY PETREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

SELECT POETRY. THE STORMY PETREL, A tliomand miles from land are we, Toning ab)ut on -h« roaring sea [ From billow to bounding billow jcatl, Like 6ccc)r mow on lilt aormy bint : The a»lU »re aaattered abroad, like -weeds, Tlie atronx inatis ihiko, like q jiierliig tecdi, Tlie mighty cablet, and iron chains, i lie linn, which all eariui)- * ireiKin aistiains, Ttiej strain and tlie; crack, and hearts like. atone Their natural bard proud atrenglh disown.' Up and down ! op and down From the bate or tba wave to tba billow'* crown. And amid the (lathing and feathery foam The ?tormy Petrel find* a name, — A bane, ifmrli a place may br. For tier who lire* on the wide wide tea, On the craggy ice , in ibt troten air, Arid only eeeketh ber locky lair To man hMyonng,«.ndloM»cU(liem«prln)f At once o'er Ibe ware* on their alormjr wing ! O'er the deep! O'er the dee pi Where the wbale, aud the abark, and tbe atrord-fith sleep, ? Ontflvln'g the blast and the drltinfcrafn, Tlie Petrel telldli lier la...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

snip d§&f sews. Apbil 18— Arrived the Currency Lou, Captain Kind, from Sydney in ballast. Aphii. 1 1— Arrit ed theJow fr Henry, Captain Coburn. from Hnhirt Toiru md the Cane a Goad Hope, with a general cargo. April 18-^Arrived the BlUabetk. Captain Han, from Sydney. WlUi Foreign, British end Colonial goods, raueugen, Mr. Watson, Mr. MoorwooJ. Argil. IS— Cleared at Ibe Cnitoro Houie the thlp A*dramcdtt Captain Calea, for London — Cargo, let bales wool, 880 torn hark, SO bag* feathers, 85Oo Ibi- theet copper, and sundries.

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

ftigft. Mater at Enuncrfton. b. u. n- m. finniav ? & SO] Weaoeauay ... 5 45 Mondaj ? 4 15 I Thursday .... 0 30 Toc»day....6 0 | Friday ? 1 IS Saturday ........ 6 6

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LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

LAUNCESTON, V. D. Land, Saturday, April 18, 1835.   'James Little, was charged with gross mis- conduct towards a new constable,— Wilson,       who stated on oath, of course, that he was pass- ing along the street with his staff of office under his arm, and a woman with him, when Little said, "there goes a b--- y constable, with a fine     blooming piece by his side — Fined 5s. for bad   language.' '—Extract from the Hobart Town Po-lice Report. How repeatedly it becomes our duly to represent the inefficacy of the Police Laws of the Colony ! The above extract from the Hobart Town Police Office re ports, furnish another instance of the insufficiency of the present enactments to the wants of the community. Here it is shown that a sensitive gentleman, holding the responsible situation of a petty con vict constable, that is, a guardian over the rights and liberties of the free subject,— complains to...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. 'Alderman Winchester, cilixen and eutlir, has been (duly elected Lord. Mayor. He promises to be a keen 'blade' «« a magistrate, and that lie will liberally, 'fork' out for. the various City gorges,, winch are usually expected to 'be given At .the Mansion House. In an office whew there is so much ' culling work,' we ihink the citizens (we cannot think, by the-bye, ho* Shakepeare could call them greasy citixena) could not do better than choose a cutler. We trust, however, that he will not be too ? sharp' upon such poor culprits as may be brought before him, but bring that good * temper' for which he is so distinguished, to bear on all his decisions ; and when it is his turn to - edge' out of office, may lie be able to say that he never made it a '.handle' to promote private views abd ' individual interests. Josephine, » young woman of Foun tainbleau, supported herself by the humble occupation of washing,' but from her beauty mad fo«d conduct, excited general ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

FR|Sf«flT & -PASSAGE. for London &&&*, ' to follow the Prefeilor,. ? ? * .jflk/PHB fine fa«f»«illnn *'t o'aw 'mgy* barque .MATer. bprlheu.p«r re 5st«' 400 tons, J.«. Majthesok, C ?ronwnr tier, tavu)fr a great prrt of l*T cargo *n .?itpd.tl.ji ve.spl will be despatched quickly Her accpiiimoda:iio'ns- for passengers are ?tyerior, BEWITr.OOBB.fcCo. AcCMTt. Constant Trader between this Port and London. FOR LONDON DIRECT, *CT» THE fine, new, Orrpn. ckfbnlli TCJSff * barque £07'US,SOOtopsburthen, Capt. G. F- Gprb. II. C. S., Commander; baying the whole of her dead weight engaeerf, h.s room only forwool.and will be dispatched quickly. This vessel'* accommoHatio-niforpassengers. ?re very superior ; apply to Ifae Captain on board «or4o HEWITT, GORE, & CO. St. John Street, Feb. 10, IBS*. For London Direct* .jS*. THE fine ftut.saillng first clan JW(i$l * V « ANDROMEDA,' SSSSSa, bnrthro per register 408 tons, tiaalsKs O. Gates, Commander. This vessel bein...

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Launceston Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle.] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

JLatmcrifton $ri« Current. {Compiled for the CwiwwH ChronieU,} ANDCORRECTED THIS DAT. COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ ,. d. £ «. d. Alt nrrlihd. 4 O 0 to 0 0 o Barker Ion 2 » S IS ° 6 ° Beer per lihd. * ° 2 f a « » Bread per ilb«o.f 0 0 0 Jo 0 0 7 Biscuit per cwt. 1 lo 0 lo 1 15 0 Butter per Ib -fresta ? ? 5 Ditto, dltio.-salt ' 0 I » BcerT'ib «i-llS:-Sii- Pork per Ib « ? ' Veal per Ib ' 0 0 6 ChocJlaieperlb(Coasen.)O 5 0 »? Cheese per |b 0 0 8 (0 0 1 0 «3.ndle.i-«r It-mould. 0 0 8 u 0 0 9 Ditto, ditto-dips 0 0 B to o o 0 ?Ditto, ditto-second. 0 14 0 Flour per 1001bs-finrf.r-xinan.) Oil 0 Ditto, «»lo— ?eeoBtti,((lo.) % 0 14 o Bran per bn.M Jl J J Wheat pet ditto 0 8 0 Barle««er ditto 0 5 0 lo oM 'auto 0 2 0 i» 0 3 e Oa.me.lp«rlb ? O 6 HaypertoD » 0 0 to Hideieach(«»«rafe) O 7 0 to Hnpiperlb O B 0 to 0 0 ? Hammer ditto 0 I. 3 to 0 1 3 Straw per loa-1 I 1 0 to 1 10 0 Firewood per ditto 0 6 0 to 0 8 O Voolperlb 0 0 0 to 0 1 » Glue per dlt'o 0 1 0 to Poioioei per ton fi 0 0 l» Oil (sperm) per gallo...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. The Times has been received up to the 8th Dec.   Sir R. Peel, had undertaken the duties of Chan- cellor of the Excheqner and Prime Minister. The Duke of Wellington was First Lord of the Treasury ; Sir G. Murray (was reported to be) Secretary for the Colonies ; Lord Stanley had re fused to join the Ministry. The change, was in general acceptable to the People. A dissolution of Parliament was expected, and England was in a tranquil state.

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DREADFUL OCCURRENCE 111 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

DREADFUL OCCURRENCE 1 1 1 (From the Colonial Times,') We have to announce to the public, the wreck of the 'prison ship, the Otorge the TMrd, Capt. Moley, on the Acleo* Reef, at the entrance of the Channel, situated at about seventy miles from Hohart Town. There were on board 220 prisoners on leaving Woolwich, on the 14th December; twelve died on the voyage. Major Ryan had charge of the guard, consist ing of 29 privates , ana' Br, M'Greg-or, all of the COih regiment. Dr. Wise wit Surgeon Super-! intendent. Capt Minion, of His Majesty's' Ctli Regiment, w«g passenger, hesiJei eight families belonging to' the soldiers; in all. about 300 souls on board ! We have obtained the following narra I tar a i\f ftltiai Mnlnm!lniiB «fa*Af-lr ? sfr**im a-tiai ? ivw w» *MIB- KKIPHIItvUB «T*'K-u«atf ???*(?? »»v He»ard of the vessel : — ' When the ship first struck, it was about' pine o'clock/in the evening of Sunday, and rather haky, ?he vessel was under double reeled '.top ?ails.and maicing about tw...

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THIS EVENING'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

THIS EVENING'S MAIL. Wecanadd little more information to the fiislressing wreck of tbe snip George the 7%tr(f,noticed in our last page. An enquiry baa been made hue the circumslancei, . ml flpbart Town, from which It appears that the Imi may be attributed to acci neni, vrunoui me augment impropriety to -either the Commander, or any of the officer! of.the vessel. There were on board 294 souls.at the time of the ship's striking, out of which number 134 perished— most .of whom were sick. The reports that have gone abroad of the convicts ha ing been fired upon carry some truth with them— otherwise, credit seems to be due to the military, officers in charge, for their conduct -during the trying scene. We regret that our limits will not allow us to . ptililish the proceedings of the enquiry this week. Ilia Excellency causpd a Garrison Order lo be issued— upon information being re ceived of the wreck— that the Garrison at tend divine service on the forenoon of the following day, ' lo implo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. - TWfcNlY SEVEN BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MH.J. A. EDDIE, ' On Saturday the 25th intt. on the ground, at the hour of em o'clock, TWENTY-SEVEN Building ALU-T- * MENT8, of frum half -an sicre to two -acres each, most delight fully aituated in the snburba of Launcesion, fronting on the road leadini; to Peterson's Plains, sind command' Inc a very extensive view of the* Tama-, the tneanderinga of the North Eak, and Ibe ad jacent country— the aoil is of the. best de scriptjon, and off^is tome of the unit de lighiful situations lor hnildlngupo'n.which «re n't to be surpassed in the towii or suburbs. These considerations, combined with the lo cality, and the advantageous terms on which they will be sold, render these allotments woithy of ptrlicolar attention, as auoh an opportunity «t the present for persons to possess ihrmselsrea of valuable allotnnnta on easy terms may not ngain occur. TettMs— 20 per cent deposit.! the lime of snle, anit the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 April 1835

IRON TH« HOBART TOWN GAZETTE SURVEY OFFICE, April 9lh,_ 1835. NOTICE is hereby given, that the undermentioned' claim, for a. Grant will be forwarded for. approval or inveati gation to the Commissioners appointed to examine into applications for Titles to Land, on the 9ih day of May nexf, before which day any C*v«-ai, which must be in writing, will be received in this office :— Matthew Curling Friend, Area 1 -rood IT perches; Launeeston. Bounded on the north-west side by 1SS links along Cimitiere Street, north eaat by .225 links along an allotment occupied by John Anderson Br»wn, south east by. a south westerly line of I CO links, and west fay a north westerly line of 232 links. A MEETING having been held in Hobart Town on the 28th day of February last, on which an Address to his Majesty the King, was voted and carried, of which ad dress the following was the prayer;— ' Your Majesty's humble Petitioners most re- spectfully pray your Majesty to be pleas- 'ed In your paternal goodness ...

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