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Court of Requests. NINTH HITTING FOR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

Court ot fttautitt. Ml NTH SITTIHO FOR 1886. Plaint* in Country cases —Toil day. Ditto in Town ditto— Wednesday, 21th Aug. Court held—Saturday, 8rd September.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

Out of tne great number of prisoners for trial at the Supreme Court, we believe, in number more than 25— only S convictions took place. Ten were discharged by Proclamation, and several cases put off to the Quarter Sessions. We shall offer a few remarks nett week, upon the subject of the late mocMdikgb in the Supreme Court, which weconiider would not go dmrn in the Mother Country. The system now so geueially adopted ty witnesses, of making statements before Magistrates, and contradicting them afterwards be fore the higher tribunal, ought no longei to be coun tenanced. By such conduct, justice is rendered abortive, and the conduct of the committing Magis trate, is made to appear anything but creditable.

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SUPREME COURT, MONDAY—L5TH AUGUST, 1636. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE MONTAGU, AND A MILITARY JERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

SUPREME COURT, Monday— 15th August, 1836. Before his Honor Judge Montagu, and a Military Jury. Richard Amon, formerly of Launccston, labourer, a servant in the employ of Mr. Somerville, stood charged with feloniously stealing, driving, and tak ing away one sheep, of the value of thirty shillings, the property of George Whitcomb, Esq., of Laun ceston.       Robert Samuel, sworn - is a constable ; remembers the evening of the 11th May ; was stationed in Launceston ; heard some person calling out ' stop him! — stop him!' — ran towards Mr. Whitcomb's house, saw a man running down the street ; thinks prisoner at the bar is the man, cannot exactly swear he is the man ; does not recollect seeing a person of the name of Wales — gave the prisoner into the custody of Bagly, the watchouse-keeper, he had no cap or handkerchief on. By the Prisoner—said he had been robbed— it might have been 200 yards from Mr. Whitcomb's house in the street. Alexander Ainsli...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

, ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. ? Lieutenant Colonel Evans, it seems, is ^ttrTselr satisfied 'of his ownThefficiency as the CbmrosnX^ in-Chief of a force like that, of which lie is Si headj his brief regimcnUl service in the EnHiA army was confined to' the duties of a subaltern ,f cavauy j ana iiowever acuve, However gallant, and lowever cealous he might have been, and we be lievc was, In that position, his mind end habits are not calculated for movements on a great 'scale or for the provision «f means to form and maintain an army. His marches tare been disastrous-^, men, decorated with smart-looking ciucob, »,„ left unprovided with camp-kettles or tKcconiinoniS necessaries of life— their backs loadtdii-hh needlca accoutrements— their feet At and worn by the wfld And rugged sheep- tracks througli;)fl'jeh thty «cre marched, sometimes thirty-*ii miles in a day |a. bouring under dysenteries and oth6r complaints in duced by the badness, and awful, scarcity of food' kind the absence of means pr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

? -? ,- ?-' ---' .jilNOTICE.' ?A. TaSljeftiirguof Justices Wdin and for the -TV Distric^ orLnunceston,on Monday tlie 1st Au gust instant, Certificates wete granted, authorising a Transfer of the undermentioned Licenses, to sell* spirits, &c. by retatrs-J'roni John Waddle to Jolui Jordan, lamb »rjd JfJag, Bathurst street,' Launcer ton;— From Lewis Heqry.Liwanis to JamcsCor bett, Gree,nGate,^and Hill, near Launceston ;— From. John Sutherland; to Thomas Martin, the liird-Jin-Hand, Charles street, launceston ;— I*rom John Connolly to Phillip Best, Currency Lass, Wcl liugton street,Lauhceiitan i— Prom -Samuel Ileyland tp John Blarsden, tic Star and Garter, Wellington street, LauncesUra ;~From -Robert Stonehouse -to Henry Chalk, CrCpnjtpn, .Bathuret street, Laun ceston. -, ^ '' -.' \. ' ' * * .' ' ?''? ^'''itf. IvEiqraDr; Clerk of the Peace. ' GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ' \ Colonial Secretary's Office, ! 'i '.' (- ?';- '.' -USS». 1880. ' 'T'HE following jiltcrations lave taken place in * ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

FREIGHT *jPA6SAGE. j FOR LONDON DIRECT. ' '££-.. r|xW^ ''e 'ait-*a-l-ng barque ! Xk 'CrOTANA,»»Av! affiPJI&burthen 300 turn, a|agnusTaU,: j ^^SO8P-»f)a-and«ra will positively sail I from the port of Launce'itop, in ajl Qp'tf ber. Hit roam for Woo) or ligbi freight. Maying a rwlf-ppop, there is excellent ac commodajion for passengers,' and a de sirable opportunity i« thai afforded to a family or others prboeediug to Ensland. For freight or passage, apply 10 Captain Tail, on board, or to WILLIS. KEOGH tc Co. August 13. 1836; ? FOR LONDON, ~ Jjjpj- I^O tail about the latter end JQM& of this month', or the be. WgWgL aTWning of next month, the ftSn 'CHJLI,' Captain Nixon. For freight (of wool) or passage apply t« WILtl AMS, CAMPBELL & Co. Lnunceilon, Angosi II, 1836. FOR SYDNEY.' a'J'HE first elm fait Mailing barque BO III XT A» ,' Archibald EwingCommander: t 'For freight or passage, apply to ?heCa|*i1n on board, ortb r JOSEPH PENNY. August H. 1836. FOK SYDNEV. ? ...

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THE PROCEEDINGS OF OUR LEGISLA-TURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

THE PROCEEDINGS OF OUR LEGISLA- I ? itjtwithSioiiicoiuiaBtBUedegreeofpMnfuIftel iBg, m «cquitout»el*ei of :the talk *f canvassing £e Vote* and Proceedings of.our $*&**--% if, customary ? Muiute1«|»a.iBrpl«5iilng,»Berihe fiuhion erf Ail Adminiitmtion, the ways and meuii by »Moh lie aiultoiissiiuinta continue to get rid of tie thousands «ad tent of thousands of pounds an nually,:Ofthepubucinoney. , . .1 Hii Excellency's 'Minute' mil be found entire in our SvrnuttNT- Out Headers will {discover that it I, itridly applicable to the *ubjeot of the Wav« | tuo M«un,»nd is «o ingeniously concocted, tiiat it will not bear misconstruction. Bis Excellency ?heifl Wmself ian adrairable -bookomi»t— Jte ex.- : ulains in bis 4 Minute' the various Wira aMd ' inuxs or expending the Tans, but in no partof it do we find any ways . and means explained to sure ! - The totodexpenditiire for 1887— «ay» his Excel lency, is taken at 1121,473 17s. 8d. A »ery in considerable sum it roust be acknowledged...

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TUESDAY, August 16, 1836. Before his Honor Judge Montagu, and a Military Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

TmatuY, Augiutfg, 1886. Before his Honor Judge Montagu, and a Military Jury. ' Thomas Cleary, a private in the 60th Regiment, stood charged with drawing his bayonet, and at tacking thc penon of John Tildctly, with the intent to do tbe said John Tilderiy some grievous bodily harm, and John Dillon and Mark Dclany, also, privates in the same regiment, were charged with aiding and abetting the said Tkomat- Cleary. John Tildesly sworn— is a Publican ; remembers thc 25th April; was at home; about 7 o'clock in the evening three soldiers came to the house ; thinks they wen not sober; had » pot of beer; about 6 o'clock the drum beat at the barracks ; told them it was time ft» them to go away ; Delany said they had no business to go— they wanted more to drink ; they then put someuioney on the counter, and said, if they were not icrved, they would fine me ; I told them if t bey would not leave, 1 would report them to the Commanding Officer.; 1 came round the counter and was going «ut at the do...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. la ^.TTNOESTOW V. p. LAND, SATURDAT. AUGUST 20, 18S6. ' 'Libert* with Han jer it lobe preferred to ?lavery wuli security^' ''?' 8ll.M»V. Another week has glidid 'away, and the reins of Government arc held by tbe same hands. She wore to be deplored, my every colonist, nave, and eicept always, those who draw from the pockets of tbe people their abundant salaries, and those who have received fnunthe hand of patronage,, fuck liberal futore. Tile present system has seriously impoverished tbe mass of the commuuity. It has enabled a few maroeuarv and unprincipled men to acquire wealth at the public eipcnse, and paltry honors at thc «ost of public justice and public prin ciple. Hence we find addresses being ? got up' by a few individuals, to aalve the return of his Eicel leocr to the mother .country, and to afford to him a kind of antidote to the charges preferred agaiust kirn by many raftering Colonkts, wb« have found . their way before British Majesty, at whose feet th...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. AUGUST 12, 1836. COUNCIL CHAMBER, 4TH,AUGEST 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

FROM THE GAZETTE. Aiigdw 12, 1886.' COUNCIL CHAMBER 4rn Aboost, 183S. IXhe legislative Connpil metby adjournment this dayatStfclock, and Ws Excellency the 'Weutenaut Goverapr navine*aken the chair, (ea/1 the allowing , Bead » Despatch 'dated . SOtb- September, 1888; aadreweaby his Excellency JSir Hichard Bourketo tlie Bigbt Honorable the Secretary of State, aim, Inrd Glenelg's reply of the SOth November, 188S, as published in the Svbmnr (touwiwnewsbo.ner.of 16A June.. ? ?? . 'fv.li' V. ? ? .Heid«n.«d™'*J»''«ntJi«id«l.*«cnena.BJu. cation,' in the SruHfeT CoioNrs* of'Slit July. ' ? Read fremthe'At«i«M.MK newdpapwofthe 26th instant, a copy of .Sir Richard Bourke'c Minute to the Legislative Council, oh the subject of education.. He lieutenant- Governor at the request of the Council, laid upon the table — * 'lit. The repoit dated 81st December, 1885, of awrnimittee consisting -of theColon'ml Treasurer, and Matthew Forster, Bq. appointed by fait Ex cellency, (in reference to a resolution ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

SALEBBY AUCTION. Extensive Sale of Goods. To be Sold by Public Auction. BY HER. J. A. EDDIE, On TUESDAY nert, August 28. and following , days, at IS o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, St John-street, rpBE following GOODS, without reserve :— ??- fit. ' India nandkerchiels Printed cambrics Clothi Wearing Apparel Chessboards Dressing cases Tea, in chests and quarter-chests Flannel Seven bagt sugar candy Painted window blinds lead pencils tronmongiremtotuiEstina ot Spades and shovels trying pans locks and bolts Sail and packing needles Anvils and vycet '' A portable forge for country use PockcUnivcs Table and dessert knives and forks Pewter candle moulds large assortment or best planes Oral pots and covers, from 2 to 7 callow A large assortment of brass wire Brass, iron, and bronzed fenders Fireironsand fire brasses Ploughs . rf. Gunpowder in cannisters k \ lampblack Macca pipes Slates Combs ' Shoemakers1 Iicmn Chceies ' Hoies or vermicelli Boies of maccaroni lavender water Writing paper ...

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Co the euitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

Co tljt 3£«itor. Sir,— I beg leave to submit {he following state ment for your perusal, being well airarc of your readiness, on nil occasions, to expose public abuses — I should wish to know how far Mr. Superintendent Purvis, of tlic Perth Bridge party, is allowed to employ any part of that gang, together wit li Govcra uicnt tools, to grub and clear an allotment of ground in the township of Perth, lately purchased by him. He has hod two men employed for nine days — two tennis and three men for some days carting oft' the rubliish. This in all done under the cloak of sup plying the station with mall-hcads— all those articles are close to the station, without crossing the Punt — the school ground is much more convenient to the station, and not less than one thousand stumps and trees on the ground. To clear that ground would Ue.of some little public benefit, and would keep the King's Yard with . mall-hcads, loggerheads, and Lattci ing-rains during the King's reign. Mr. Su perintendent, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 August 1836

MARRIED — On Thursday, the 18th Instant, at Ashby, by the Rev. William Bedford, Joseph Penny, Esq., of Launceston, to Louisa, daughter of the late Major Abbott. DIED - On Monday, the 15th Instant, aged 2 years and 5 months, Frederic Woolrabe, youngest son of Captain Wood, Snake Banks.  

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SUPREME COURT. Monday—15th August, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

SUPREME COTOT, . Monday— Ujh August, 1SSC. ' . JCoHCLTJDKD FHOW ODE MST PtIBLIClTIOX.J MsrkOdan^taid— iMiionoccntorUicd^^et ????{iBiiiRW^^ Several .WtoeBcs were Wren called for the de fence, most oT whom stated the, prisoners were in a . (tote of intoxication, mid ftsi it was an affray on thepvamp between some parties unknown and the . puoncrs, and that ? crowd JiaS collected. His Honor,! n summing up, dwelt most particular ,ly on the words of the statute, upon which the in dictment was grounded, charging the prisoner Cfoarynith the intent to do some bodily lorrn to Zildetly; and told the gentlemen of Hie Jury, the nJiole test of the ou'ence against Clcary as prin cipal, and that it all rested upon TildeslyV evidence, and nothing short of a full conviction in their winds as to the vitality of tlic offence at regarded the in tent, could convict the prisoners. After come lapse of time, the Jury returned a rerdict of Not Guilty. — The prisoners were then remanded. Robert Brewer was dis...

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ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSIONS. LAUNCESTON, THURSDAY, Aug. 11, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

?DiODBNED-QUABSBa SESSIONS, ; UWCftP*' Vmmir, Aug. 11. 1886. ? , p -? M ulenne, Henry P'Arch, Esgrs.f Montt*iAw'»» 22-' ? ? ?' ' VAatxA Flinn- foriarceny-^to be impruoned and* .iTt»i-»MWiotir'r'irtlir?ervil-». ? : Dsniel Hading and *odenc Haflnagan, for £b^ te1mprisonedi»a kept to hard labour 'l^S^lKf' rece^g^b*tnu»p6rte4 'rilifaTflutt'1' for Un»ny and receiving ?wAflarcenv-Uio be transported ter seven years. TKoSiMo. GoorgeWoodgate, and Bridget 'uH,'G*aaaX- SoBsom, *«n- M. G. Friend, wnUam Crook, for an unnatural fcrim'e-4o -be uninned «nd kept to hard labour foi two years— i li traded 'to Port Arthur.-,.' ? f g'.erine.Bobliuon.forJatceny. add Wni.J-An ,too»,'iW.««uiROTdalsisthi»; *r m satae— to ptranlDNted for seven wart. ? -? . '?- .? STchwy, John Dillon, Marfio Debiy, for, , *«»uUunJpbnTfldeiley-tobe iropriwned and iit to *ard. labour for two year*. . . ?% liitoirt adjourned to September 5, 18B6.

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

INuriM of H)t jHoon. full Moon— 2Gth Aug.— 80 nits, past 11 afternoon. eiiT Isiiii I D»V I Day (length] ~Day'j Equation Sept. 5™ *'? light lighd of HecreJ of I Ibeginnjends] day 1 ses. \ time. 1 J6 aijfi 29J5 80J6 80|W58]2 10 ] ''*

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

Com flSarfett. Wheat continues at from 6s. to 7c ; barley 6s., and oats 5s. per bushel ; fine Sour 23s., seconds 20s. per lOOlbf. TheTBVE Colonist1 of last week reports the ar rival of 500 tons, equal to 20,000 bushels of wheat, per London vessels. ' ' Whkit— The MeMoa lias brought 12,000 butq. els of wheat. Tlierearenot iessthan FORrr thoo- , IUd bchecu shipped in London for this Colony, ?nd the chips aie so crowded 'with wheat, that the Captains will not take passengers. — Taiminian. Wheat fit 6d to Gs 6d ; oats fis to 6s 6d ; barley fs to 1i per bushel.— Coubier, August 26. Wheat 6s. to 7s. per bushel; barley 6s. ditto. ; Cape ditto 7s. Si. ditto; oats &. 6d. to 4i ditto; oats (Dement) 6s. to 7s. ditto; maue 5s. 6d. to 6s; ditto; potatoes 6s. to 8s. per cwt.; first flour 20V per lOOlbs. ; second ditto 18s. ditto ; mutton Sd. to. Sd. perlb.; beef 4d. to Shi. ditto; pork6d. to 74 d. ditto; veal 6d. to 7d. ditto; salt beer 5a. ditto; salt pork 6d. to 7d. ditto ? Abstraluk, A...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [COMPILED FOR THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

lannntton »ttatl ©ri« Current. (Conriuo roa th» Cornwau. Chronicle.] Colonial Produce. Imported Goods. * a. i. £ (. d. Ale.perhnfl. 8 0 C Ue per dozen 0 12 6 Bark per ton J 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer per Mid. 4 10 0 Coffee per II, bag 0 0 10 BraaarjUb.l6aOb.-l 0 Cheese per Ib. 0 10 Biscuitpercwt 1 1G -) Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per In. 0 3 . G Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 3 0 Soap per ditto 45 O 6 Hams per Ik. 0 3 Cl. France sugar SS 0 4 . Bacon per 'ditto 0. 1 S E. I. do. per Ib. 0 .0 7 Beef per Ib. 0 0 B Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 0 Perk pet Ib. 0 0 10 Bum (duty paid) 0 IS 0 Veal pet ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0. Chocolate per ihO £ 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. jO 1 0 Ditto ib bond 0 SO Omdles(mould» 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 O Ditto (dipt) 0 10 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 JEggs per dozen 0 H 6 Tea per chest 6 0 0 Bran per buinelO 1 B Ditto per In. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per Ui. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 1 8 Bay per ton 6 10 0 Do. do. ...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

fcifrl) CHatcr at Immctiton. b. w. . h. w. Sundav.... 1 151 Wednesday ..8 80 Monday..,. 2 0 1 Thursday ? 4 If Tuesday.... 2 45 1 Friday ? £ 0 Saturday ? £ 45 J. B. Batkak, Harbour Master.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

SHIP SfifitV NEWS; Ado. &~Arrivea'the Chakmok. Captain Hill from Hobart Town, with a general cargn. ABo. 2G— Arrived tlie TahaIi, CaptainDewing from Sidney. Passengere, A. U. Smith, Esq., — DawMu, Esq. lu the steerage, Messrs. R.' C. Ktrkham, and TlitK, Clcverdeo. Auo. 20'— Arrived tie Asoeua TuoxAw from London, with free females. HnKAHT TOR'S SHlr HEWS. Two vessels were coning up the river last uieltt. The brig GojfmWK, 22+ tons, Captain Lung, arrived on jViday from Liverpool 19th April, with a general cargo. The barque Lokd Lthdoch, 625 tans, Captain Baker, arrived on Saturday from London, 24th April, with 825 male prisoners.

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