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Phases of the Meon. New Moon— 12th Aug.— 2mts. past 9 afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 August 1836

5pl»-T5c« of the -vflfon. New Moon-T-lSth Aug ? 2 rat*, past 9 afternoon. Au6-K sets Iwm «f dcH .of I''* *'' Ilieeiiwlendt] day 1 scs. 1 time. _ 7J7 4|t £G|5 . fi5J6 £|9 S2]l i\ %^

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 August 1836

8HIF -jjjPy NEWS. J«»1 99,_SBi5e(ltbeCji«i«!iK, Capt IXill, f« Robtt;- Town, with cargo. , AcU«»t I-Wed the gnwwanii''. for Sydney, with tin greater part .of her ' «'KJ») '^ rUnger., John Mactay. &?- «*M^™ servants (natives of Into). Mj= U^n- v- Aba' eromUc, Esq., Mr. H«vso-i,.qccgory H'™': AoairSlArrived the WuilMi, Papt T«-»»I-- «n, from Sydney. wkl. a general cargo. to»™ffi Mis Mc'Lrod, Jl«UCa«,3Ir..CI»yton, and W. **££ ^.-Arrived ''the 'tour Am «jj* Hcnty. from Portland U»y, with a caigo of oil and Amor. T.-iUri.edTi.e Bnu». Captam jura» from London, with a^encial carffo. Agent, J. PeViasEt» «ew«»i»o w IUBnooB.-Tlie Adr um^Swrn O«u». the *«. «» **'««? tlic Bum. Pacjwt, and the WnxuM. Thw Eiolk, from Mauritius. The Alias will sail on Tuesday for Sydney. U0B1RT TOWH 8UIP KEWS. Aicnr S-Arrived the barque Mary, Captain. Bwiioroft, with » general cargo, from Sydney, 28th 'adgbstI— Arnved'ihe Innjue Anfc, Captain Fetrier, bom 6ydqcy, witli deep, cattle, fa. The schooner Champi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 August 1836

?o be Sold 6y Public; Auction, BY MR* UNDERWOOD, „ Wednesday ne»t, toe lOih Aogittl, «t One o'clock -precisely, at Messrs. Hewitt. Gore and Co.VWharf, R flflfi1 FEET of Prime selected Now OjUUU 2eal»nd Pine, in logs and The attention of Builders, and othen qoiring a good article, is respectfully quelled— and as the whole will be sold ilhoutthe least reserve, such an o'ppor mity of purchasing cheap seldom occurs. TBHW—ifore than liberal. . ro be sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, I /,ii Roomt, in St. John-street, m Thursday, the lUlt Augutt, at Twelve ri'ctock 'HE following Goods, consisting of l,alf, qunrcer, end cbetts of lea t Prime Sidney Beef . , ,j . Chcc'sB ' . -,-? Jars ot Raisins Booti and Sboes Twine .. '. ?'?' ' ' : Spades and Shoveli ?__ _' Alio-BiieU-g»niasu»lmeiit-ofChlna-Goods, IDtig'ing of— ' '? ? Orais 'Cloth Handkerchiefs , Bine and scarlet Silk Canftrlc I Writing D'*** . ' „ AFTEIl WHICH, A large quantity of Hardware and fourex llent Bullocb Dray«. August ...

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PAWNBROKERS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 August 1836

WWNSBDKEIIS'.ACT. I Public iwtioe if gi?en of UnTibtentlon of the TcniUture to enact » &wbrBkritegjto.* Of all £'S*ran»at. *n&r S^fcbHBEbi th-, in dwwnent ought not to t* fceld out tor (be practice or dishonesty, and nothing more nor las will the Pawnbrotatnglairke. It will legalize thoft, aud establish a paen^Sp ?Wtem of plunder. Already do ^uToolumM offer to the speculator in the 'Pawn- brokering BuunesT tlie service* »f 'a competent judge of alt kinds of property'-* gentleman, who {, up to all thetrieia of ' our uncle,' and if peifect l-«u ftit at the profession «f the « »pout' Four fcegislatura desired to do right, it would take the sen* or the community, ere it abandoned the well disposed portion «f it to the legalised ra. TMMof tbe SU-dlsposed. (There u no necessity for Pawnbrokers in this Colony, became distress caunot exist in it— and to relieve distress alone is the busi ness permitted in the mother country. Colonel Ar thur wid his deputies have filled the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 August 1836

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. FOR SYDNEY, Via Port Phillip, THE brig HENRY is   JHSBL der eDg«emeo» »o f e**f fe»Ui-- certon {for Port Phillip on 4be (Tibia* ?lant. For Iftelelit «r Passage, apply In JOHN CAW. -CEHT. Laonwston, Aug. 4, 1886. ? . ifor Hoburt Town, TO SAIL IN A FEW DATS, .iflUTHE well-known, fast-titting aSSL * 'schooner ADEI^XDB, Cipuln M'Ci.Uahp. For Frefcbl or PMMge, apply to ^HEWITT, GOBE « CO. Lsmnoestnn, Aug. 4. 1686. FOR SYDNEY, «S3w LTHB fine rat-wiling «*opq»r 2k INDUSTRY , j3«|b#«mM Liadell» Muter, daily sS339-9expectea' from Sydney, will load immediately for thrt Port, on the riitcflgrge «?f ter inward cargo. ForFrwfliiior Pusago, UWtiff good aeeommoA'aiion forp»uenger», apply to SINCLAIR & NEWTON. Whirf, Lwweeston, June 26, 183& ~^a_ Tag flue fait-»MiinB achoonc SSJFBKfc hiving arrived from Port QsSstSS Philip, and, having completed her charier, is now open for f. 01*1)1, *iuier to Hobart Town or Sidney, as encouragement ''''i.saa...

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Court of Requests. NINTH SITTING FOR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

€omt et Retnueti. NIHTH SITTING FOR 1886. Plaints ioCountry cases— Saturday, SOth Aug. Ditto in .Town .ditto— Wednesday, 24th Aug. Court'lieUr-Saturday, 8td September. B1ETH— At Norfolk 'Plains, lltli August, £, 20

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

Com fifavfcrt. The Wheat market is declining— several good samples have been purchased during the week st Ct. per buslicl^-wbich may bt consUerei the top price. Barley maintains bar last welk's quntntions^Cs. ; .and oats from £s. to £s. (id. and 6s.. Fine flour 28s, -seconds ditto 20s. per 100 lbs. CoLoNliL Produce.— Wheat, firB' class 7s. per liusiel; second Os. to 6s. 3d.; low samples 4s. Od. to 5s. { English barley, Gs. Hi. to -5i. 93. ; Cape' ditto 6s. Si.-to Tf.Si-; Cberaiicr (seed)^4s.-, oats Gs. Jo 6s. Sd. ; hay, per ton, '£6 to £j 10s. ; .straw ditto £2 10i. to £Si peas cone; tares none; rye £s. to *6s. ;. potatoes £$ 10s. to ,i'4.—Sil.MOK4 Xitorn, Corpfaotore and Commission Agents ? T»«- misun, August W, . ? ?

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

launtttiton i\tUil fMa Current. [CoWPiLED JOE TffE CORNWALL CURONICLV.J Colonial Product. Imported Goods. £ f. d| ? £ s. d. Ale. per hhd. 8 0 O Ale per dozen 0 12 C fttrkperton 8 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer pcrlika1. 4-Wf 0 Coffee perlb bag 0 0 10 JJniadr/*lti. loaQO 1 0 Cheese pcrlb. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt- 1 15 0 Hants per do. 0 10' Butter per 1b. 0 2- € Salt per ton 4 O p Salt -ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Haras per Jb. O 2 C i. France sugar 8 S 0 -? liacon perditto 0 1 BE.I. do. per 1b. - 0 0 1 Sect pec lit. O O 8 Ditto per ib: bag 0 O 4 Mutton par do. 6 0 7 Ditto loaf per Hi. 0 0 0 Vorkpeiib. O 0 JO Ram (duty paid) O 18 0 Veal pe. ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond O 4 0 CliomjluteperlbO 5 0 Brandy doty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 10 Dtttn in bond 0 5 0 Ciuidlesf moulds Q 1 0 (Jin duty paiS 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 10 I.'itto in bond 0 4 0 Effgs per dozen 0 2 6 Tea per chest fi O 0 Ilran per bushel 0 13 Ditto per lh. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per 1b. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond O 1 5 Hay per ton 6...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

ftlfrij fcHatct at ftamiM^tan. «. ». ' ? b. a. Sunday .... 2 ' 80 1 Wednesday .. 4 45 Monany,,., S 16 j Thursday.,... 5 SO Tuesday.,., ft. 0. 1 Friday :..„.. 6 15 Saturday ,...,... 7 0 ? . J. B. Bitkikv Harbour Master.

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Quartet Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

, . Quarter Btetitmt' Applications for Licenses— Tuesday, 16th inst. Meeting of Justices— Thursday, Wt September.

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

AiSSWEllS. , I ? I do not concur in the statement, which if k said the evidence taken by the Cciuriiirlcc Iclidi to shew, !ris ;-r-thnt tlie neullic cumiicy - f d» Colo ny has been contracted within these few numtht. t consider, that there isas much coiu in ei tual circti* lotion now as there was six nionths «gi- : a% nil vents, there appears to be as much a* vlie fuiulic require ; because,' all the Banks beinfr Ik tind to pri j' their notes in coin, if the public hi)d fob much paptH' sjnd too tittle coin, the notes of the Banl s would l« presented for payment, which 1 do nm lii d to bc.tbe case. As long as the Banks arc |»uud 'o pay their notes in coin only, I do not thiuk any fiirther law will be requircd.to keep in the Colony suOicient coiu for the puijwsesof circulatiori, '.. . Three causes have been stated to thc.Csnunittee for this supposed contraction of the n etallic cur rency. The first and second appear to me only to,, state a fact, without ascertaining any cause. If coin ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

Co At lEBltor. Sin, — Having just observed in your paper of the HOtli ultimo, the publication of a receijit,' aid to have been given 'by me for three guineas, being a subscription for Colonel Arthur's Plate — t beg to ttatc, that I have given no enii receipt — and that, should your hocus pocus friend igeio present yon with any more sueh forgeries, 1 trust you will' not fail to put the knave in the Watch-house. With regard to the subscription, itself, 1 can only say, I shall be most' happy to rcceive«ny amount for so irood a nurnose—and also, that 1 will-cive a receint. if required. .*'_',. 1 am; Sir, your humble servant. Mat. Cvrunc FniEirt). Launccston, Aug. 2, 18S6. - * [The same motive that induced lis to taVe upon oursclf the alteration of the iMooKT of money re ceived by Captain Friend, prevents U6 now from convincing him, that we- did not publish a forgeiy! Howcvcr,for the present we dismiss the subject, with a hope that the Gentleman's conscience is quite clear os to the prop...

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THE CURRENCY QUESTION, [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

TBB-qU.nW.NtiY QUESTION, [cokcicded] I consider, a Treasury Bill the worst kind of paper ciicutation that could be devised for the Colony, for Uo reasons, 1st. — It k payable in London only; therefore it cannot be even Ihc most distant representative of specie in the Colony. After it is -accepted, it is payable in specie at the Hank of England only; ana, consequently, towards tuc Holder or It oil this side of the world, it is not convertible into specie at all, because lie has it not in his poivcr to make the demand. It is only of value to the merchant who withes to remit ; and the value to him is only what the rate of exchange makes it ; but the great bulk of the Colonists 'have no means uf preecntiug it for payment. Snd — Treasury Bills are not issued, os Bank Notes sre, according to the demaud of tlie people for cfi rotating medium, but according to the de mand of the Commissar)- forsupp)ies ; therefore, the amount issued would be frequently greater than the country could bear, b...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

|3!)ftfit« of tt)t iHoon. First tjuarttr— 22th Aug.^6 rets, {nst 8 afternoon. ^TlZT) Day Oayjlength] Day (Equation Aug. %% SXJ light light of decrca of jbeginiijends day «es. time. 18J6 5fiJ5 4|a 5ol6 «l]l0 8]l 2o] j'^'r.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

|' . . Co tfji lEHttoc. Sin,— The Letter of your Correspondent H. from Norfolk IMains East, in defence of Jhe Address to Colonel Arthur, from' the District of Norfolk Plains andWesttawyY produced1 amoAggt* V-irty of my friends rsanf of laughter; whifct in me it etclfcd a fcdhip; of tpity and regret', thatbia Excellcnc)' should ' not han found hbotWr r.av,6c*:eWTiij'cBuic ; bdre we seea nuni.njiignbrast'as tlie'KaVage in the wildomcs.ione who dibs 'not' know th»'alpliBDet, or if life (taesf csonat puttnitfrof'jnf'chambters to gcrhur corteittly; .swtlftfc' himself Tip -bs b public' writer 'is.' dcfince'of Governbl' ArthttVV a' lioof countrjnmn, «hof but'a'vt;rj . fcVViaifs ajo;mtelit . beccc1rVi«Behin^-upon' the'nde-bF'ihb'Wihl)iriUl ' . Hill, iiii*unoVstont..wlio^4»-'a6cU*jfrh*d 'to 'TaVe'- obt with all bis night against tut Established ,-%urch,jts Bishops, Priest^ find Descons, calling tWm locusts and other opproWous names to suit his own purpose, and to draw the young and ineiperi ...

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TUB CURRENCY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. Sydney, July 21, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

'99O THE CURRESVY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE UUNCESTON ADVERTISER. Sydney, July 21, 18S6. Sir, — I have this Jay received a copy of a printed Beportof the Committee of the Legislative Council, in which the Committee have brought forward nry name, although they have not done so with any of the other gentlemen on whom they called for evi dence. I have no wish to obtrude myself on public notice' but as the Committee nave thought proper to giv publicity to port of my evidence, I should wish the public to see the whole ; and therefore enclose you copies of the communication I received and the answers I sent, which I request you will do me the favour to publish. I am surprised that the Committee should attempt to represent the Bank of Australasia as holding or wishing to hold a monopoly, as vlhe Bank lias no monopoly or kicltoivi privilkce of anv kind: The day is long since gone by when monopolies of any kind cither would or could be bestowed by Government. . It is the public alpnc wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE. On Ihundayi At{gufl .{St.JLeafc^nd* „ follotvirlg Days, at 12 o'clock precisely, si iiis Kooms, in Su John's Street, the rolinwine GOODS, wiihoui reserve.'— INDIA handkerchiefs Chess boards Pressing cases Tea,, in chests and quarter chests. ? ? Flannel ' , Seven bags sugar candy Fainted window blinds Lead pencils IIIOKMONGEIIY, consisting of Spades and shovels Frying pads ' Locks aud bolts Suit and packing needles A poilSHc Forge for country use Pocket krmes Talilc and dessert knives and forks Pewter candle moulds Large assortment of best planes Oca) pots and covers, from 2 to 7 gallons Large aswitiuent of brass ware Jlrais, iron, and bronzed fenders Fire irons, and fire brasses Ploughs . Gunpowder, in cannisters Lamp black Tobacco pipes : Plates Combs Shoemakers', benm Cheeses BoicsofVcrmifcllli Doxcs ofmuccarant ? Lavetidcrwatcr Writing paper Lamp glasses jand /shades Lanm.cptfons Glass and china A variety of £u-c...

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

Avm. —Arrived the Bolina, Captain Ewing, from London. Passengers, Messrs. James Coul stock, Frederick Niblett, Jacob Driver, Mrs. Driver, Martha Driver, John Cubit, and Mrs. Cubit. Cargo, 10 cases thumb blue, 30 kegs Scotch Barley, 1 cask oatmeal, 6 casks split peas, 6 cases mustard, 2 casks shoe thread, 9 casks earthenware, 10 cases Port wine; 45 cases sherry, J50 firkins tbtter, 79 kegs nails, 25 hhds. porter, 6 tierces tobacco, 6 casks flint glass, 2 bales canvas, 2 cases paper, 17 coils rope, 4 packages furniture, 600 boxes soap, 45 casks rum, 25 cases Geneva, 1 bale carpeting; 1 case iron mongery, 20 bales slops— Williams, Campbell and Co. ; 50 hhds. beer, 50 cases Geneva, 12 boilers, 1 cask 5 bags nails, 2 casks hardware, 2 cases lamps, 10 barrels pork, 6 cases slops, 25 firkins butter, 8 cases ,2 bales slops, 1 cask paint oil, 2 tins oil, 4 cases slops- Hewitt, Gore & Co. ; 56 casks porter, 10 cases Port, Sherry, Madeira and Champaigne,   1 case apparel, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

Monthly Sale of Cattle, $c. he JHR. it. WHITE, BEGS BBSPBCTKJI.lt TO ANNOUNCE, TfiLt take wace ' Behind . joe ♦( Launceston Hotel' Next FRIDAY, 19th August, When he will be happy to dispose of any STOCK which his Friends may '.with submitted to Auction on that occasion. And in advertising the following Stock for sale on-thai day, iHr. CMIjitt Bees particularly to call (lie attention of STOCKHOLDERS ifotbe eligible opportunity presented at hit fHonftln Sale of LIVE SlOCK, &c, Which has now become an *»lablisbed Mart for purchasers to resort lo. Amongst the Stock which tie has Item already instructed lo offer, on. the 19th -.- - August, will be' found, \, ? ? 22 Cowt .' .. ..???? ? ?? ? ?? 24 Heifers ' 2 Steers . 2 Bullocks AND A NUMBER OF Fat Cattle, fit f'or't/iejcnifa, A NUMBER OF EXCELLENT HORSES, Working Bullocks, &c., &c, &c, Mr. W. requests, thai such individuals ' ii may be inclined to forward Slock to the above Sale, willlei him know without IR...

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ONCE ENSLAVED FAREWELL! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 August 1836

ONCE ENSLAVED rARfcWELL ! This it The Thing . , That in spite of new Acti, And attempt* to restrain it, IlySoldieni or Tax, , Will vokok tbfi vermih tliat plunder tlie wealth, ' That lay in the house tliat Jack iiuilt; We are not so mad as to expect that the Local Government trill permit any opportunity to »lip, whereby its coffers may be enriched. 11-e greater amount of the haid-carncd substance of the indus trioui Ttx-MTURB— itcan filcltfrom them, tlie more ample will lie it- iiw»ns ts satisfy the rsfucitv of die Tit.BiiMDi ? maifliMr Ja1 u& «vnh}li-K murii. flint qiliet kind of personage— and is not inclined to quarrel, to long at his eating and drinking propen sitiei'are gratified, but; we do wonder, and not a little— wonder, that a community of intelligent En glishmen being fully sensible that Knowledge is Power— and that its dissemination is an effectual 1 preveatatire tothe tyrannical nets of those opposed to the general interests of the people — we nicun those person...

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