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Post Office, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

$o« ©ffict, lauimstou, Mails arc etiiected to close at the Post Office, X&unceston ? For Sydney, (per Sahdii. Coward), ?nd (Bourn) on the 80th instant : for the Mauri tius, (per Cuwrioir), same day : for England, per Cunt) bb. the £th September. A. Wrichte, Postmaster. Our readers, by referring to the report of the pro. eeedingi of the Legislature, will find, that the Ar riioraMTiov Bill— that is, the Gorernor'c Bill-of. Care.forprondingtheanny of dependants on the pub lic purse for an income for the year 1837— was laid upon the table on the 12th August, and read a fint, tntco(D and third time at one Sitting ! So ' much for dispatch of uuuwstakv business in this Colony.. The columns of the Gnransi contain anadver titement of sate by Mr. Macmichael, or all the Go vernor's old-fashioned plate, which his Excellency has no farther occasion for. The money subscribed by his creatures tor the new aervice— had better been given to his Excellency, who will, probably, sot think it tro...

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FRIDAY, 19TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

Friday, 19m Augdet. His Honor gave judgment in the following cases:— Richard Amon, for sheep stealing, to be trans ported beyond seas for his natural life. John Forbes, for feloniously. receiving spirits— seven years trunspoitation. John Summers, for feloniously receiving— seven ycaistram|iortation. Sumuel Yutes, for feloniously receiving— remind- ed until the opinion of the Chief Justice is ob tained upon some point of law, argued in favor of the prisoner by his Counsel, Mr. Ccllibrand. Sinclair, Wugslaff, Catherine Hobson, Johnson, Bridget Reynold*, Bullon, Harding, Flanncgan and Flinn, for various offences, and the three soldiers remanded on Tuesday, were severally . remanded for trial to the Court of Quarter Sessions,. to be held on Monday next ? (The report of these trials will be found in another part ol this paper.)

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SYDNEY NEWS. THE HOBART TOWN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

SYDNEY SEWS. THE ttODAUT TOWN POST OFFICE, We have adopted the same plan with the Sydney urnalt, we have, found to answer so .well in : interior. . A printed list of the subscribers, with :h packet, is put into the Post-office, aod the list (turned to our Postmaster, with the signature of Postmaster attached, which document serves as ertiOcate to all parties, to whom the journal is ected, that they receive the same regularly. We k we pyaneyi'ostinatter will be good enough to iplj with this regulation—it will, at once, point where the irregularity in the forwarding of the ?ere takes place — CqLon'ul Tikes- . ' . We Sydney papers, more.eBpccially this Journal e been dJBtingui«bed' the last tivo months by ar . tt condemnatory of Lieutenant Governor Arthur, ' 'tiis. Fery'crtraordioftfy^hi^t none, or very tew, the particiiUir numbers, which [contained those ides, Ttave-areaclied, their, distinatipn; . Inter. uste fcumbera, however, have had better l|ick. e TiwVuk notwed lately, that the ...

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GALLERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. 18, ONE OF THE TWELVE TRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

GAIXERY OF COMICALITIES. NO. lCf, JpTJE OP THE TWELVG TRIBES. ;^f%fio1ie1f;oii='-^™?f^1lingToUrs^ and jfrm aroguc, yyittoulytpgUauhqi^trwivflyforaiechilders. . : Ould cloash ! I aball be glad to py All vot you've got^o shell, Tome deal with bonelkl Mordecai— Ily Cot he'll use you vcl '. ? Coat, Tcscoat, breeclict, hat or shoes, Come bring them in a trice ; There's not a kliowl among Uie Jews Mil give a 'letter price. Vot, can't you End nn more as desr ? Go sec vot else you've got ; Come, name the 1110ni1.l1, if you please, For all the precious lot It is my vish to deal vid you — I'll do sho if I can; Conic name your price, tho' I'm a Jew, I'm -|uit-- an huncsht limn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

CAMPBJ2J.L TOWN.| ON SALE, AT THE STORES , Of T0e| CCTIi'Eit^r ?£bius«Jtfitg;0f: !l Bone and Ivory.handlcd Table'- «wd Dissert Knives and ForU, iu great variety Steel Guard* and CarvcK Strong Pocket Knives : 1'llUNlNG KKJVES Pen Knives, of every description . Butcher's and I'ultet Knives : Scissor*, of every description Bazorv, Steel uud Brass Snuffers, ic, &c. 9n Sfasoitmcnt of feoi&rn,fjaba:lja«ijcrn, SLOPS. &c, Cottoa & Woollen Cord Jackets & Trowicre Assorted Waistcoats ' Silk and Cotton Plush ditto flevertecu, Moleskin, & Velveteen Shooting Coats ' Blue Cloth Jackets and Trowsen Drab ditto ditto ' ' flushing Pea and Monkey Jackets Ditto Trowters ' . Scotch and Scarlet CbJk Guernsey Frocks v . Duck Crocks aud Trowsen Bandauna Handkerchiefs BUck Silk and Fancy Cotton ditto AVIiite, Cotton, and Striped Shirts Tacht Shirts . JUd nad Blue Flannel Shirts CI.OTHS. Black, Blue, Olive, Brawn, Green, Steel, 'awl Orford-mhed Bioad Cloths ; S...

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

CAPITAL PDSrsSMENTS^ 4c. j tb«B|*niber«r«ecntioii-.'inNeir South Wales ,J VuSio»°'-- I*'d, in each of the. ? bit ten us, aad stating tlie crimes far which the persons ' trctiwute^'V-TiMEi, March SO, . . ?- Oar««kni»rill-per»BBs.wy. u Well, there is itbing tery ertraordinaty in this'— *ut, on the nttaifiwestythere issomething Tery citraordi n iotbb morion. ? The immense aumlier -of tic tbns which have taken place ia thiifiotoiiy since e arrival of Gdonel Arthur,. is tmly «ppa»ing } proportion to the population, they m somewhere Jut tbneloonedn numbtrto those of New South tlet. In one year alone, (we belieie 1626,) one ndrejthiiait of the community suffered death on' : learn, that tfroni the Uth of April. 1888, to the 111 of July, 182*, only worn |«rsons were eiecu 1 (thj» was prior to Colonel Arthur being seated the Gwerament, hfrwriring onlyin.the May of. 24) j whilst, from July the. 19th, 182*. to the th Deoember, 18S8, ' savumar -*i*.had been ere ted inPouut Town, and .nearly tbih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

FOR SALE, ? STJBSTANTUL London-built PttffiTON, »- withertra springs, walcr-proof lining, poll, d '«»ft«-9gether with a pair of holies, and 'He harneUs; complete. ? ^g^KeeofthUP^, NOTICE. AMES i ANDREW ANDERSON, of Charles, ttteet, reUring from tiuilnca in. One. Month m thu date, are SELLING OTF their STOCK very reduced prica.by wlmlcsalc and retail. Outstanding Accounts, of LONC dunftian, are fiestodtoAeeaW forthwith. M™I|WW- f^uat^i, August'^, 1886. ' I ? . GOO ACRES OP IaAND, ffi'Ain 2 mltiofLaurcuton. To be Sold by Public Auction* BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At his Itoonu, Cliarlei-.itreel, on'' 8a TURDAV^ the 3rd of September,. ?» - one o'cluck precisely, unless previously diapnaed of by Private Contract,' of whlth d«e notice will be given _^N Estate of 300 acrei of LAND, on . the road to IVeslbury, within 2 milet of Lsunceston, bounded. by land belong-; ing to Messrs. Pitcher, Rowe, andThbmai Scot I. - The ?oil ii of (lie best description ; Ihere is abundance of water on the estate^ and...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

-' ^* tin - .' ; ' '' : Co t|t sJEWtor. Sin,-It appears to' be the fashion now-a-days, and a very good one too, fof public bodies to make a substantial acknowledgenieiit of their approbation, by presenting a piece of Plate to their Head or Go vernor ; and seeing in a late number of the Chro jticli!, you .wish to ranonTAiiis tbat Journal, if making it a medium for your receiving subscriptions towards a Pieck of Plate, to be presented to bis Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, to be by him presented to the Home Government, as a testimonial from the Vandemonians of the Excellency ofbWT Government, I beg leave, through -your Journal to make it known, that it is my intention, as one »r tbe MAHy who have received from his Excellency many good frpmuks and military-npds, to set my brother colonists an example, which I trust they will not be backward in imitating, » pot by sub scribing towaidsthe manufaclure. of a bbooari* Piecb of Plate,' but in .hewing totne woro s»v ,most cniTEftiL approb...

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THURSDAY, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

Tmnwur, August 18. Paul Minnett,of the Llflcy Rivulet, in the Island, of 'Van Sicmen's Land,. Yeoman, stood charged with feloniously stealing, tokingaDd driving *gm, o- the IStli -of lafUOdtobur^flileipow, the aSptyeT William Reid, ^ which charge tlicT-ri- I^Bor-Jilcaded Not Guilty. ' Jlcnry lionney twom — I am district constable of ?Wcstuury; 1 know the prisoner, Paul Minnctt; he lives at the Lilley Rivulet; \ went to hU, farm on tlic liBrd of last Nuvcmbcr— I wenttoeearch for three beasts — I found them in his paddock. I saw a cow, recently branded P St t think, on the liglit side of the rump ; tlie cow is now outside, in the yurdtif tlie Court. I saw there was another brand underneath, which Itook to be WF; one brand was under the other; 1 liad seen this cow niany times before, at a piece called lioniiilley's Flats, about a mile tram Sir. Slinlictt's house ; I Lad seei- it often licforc ; it was in the habit of run ning with Mr. Field's cattle, oil. the Company's laud. I often tr...

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WEDNESDAY, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

Wednesday, August 17. Nathaniel Lawrence stood charged with felo- niously entering the dwelling-house of Matthew Ralston, on the night of the 12lh of December last, and taking therefrom divers articles of property. Jane Ralston, sworn— I live at Hampden, on the Nile River, with my brother, Matthew Ralston ; I was living there before Christmas last— quite a month before ; remember two men coming into the back-room of the house; it was about ten o'clock in the morning; the prisoner Lawrence was one of the   men— he remained outside ; the other came in and said— 'Stand!' I saw but little of the prisoner; they were both armed; the prisoner walked to and fro with two guns in his hand ; the other man searched and rifled the house; he took two lbs. of tea, six lbs. sugar, twenty lbs. flour, half a ham, half a blanket, some silk handkerchiefs, and several books— one of the books belonged to my cousin ; he took them outside, and put them in a knapsack; they were not longer than ...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 August 1836

TBS CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SA1}imDAT.Al3GtJST27,181l'p ' Uhcrtr with d.njtr' Is tp.t» ftlani to slayery ^ fiowningrsireet, April 19. ' The King has been pleased, to appoint Sir John Franklin.; Knt,, Captain in the Royal Navy, to be Lieutenant Governor ofihe Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies.' '- powHiKO-tTfinr, Ann. 16. -? The King has been pleased to appoint the Rev. W. Hutchim, to be Archdeacon of the Island or Van Dicmen's Land.' A debate which' took place in the Home of Com mons on the 14th and J5tb ot April, upon the sub. jrel of Hogging in the Army— Sn which Colonel Ar thur'* conduct was severely censured, indicates hi* stor to be ast; TJUnteffupttd fn'si^eriod'ojr ytin in his siogulaily lortunate caVeeV, until this' time— he has pow to answer for acU perpetrated by him at Honduras, under the cloak of authority, sitteen' years ago. Well indeed would 'it be for Colonel Arthur, were the charges against him, confined to his deeds at that Settlem...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

©Ijaflts of tljc JHoon. Last quarter — 3rd Sept.. — 31 juts, pact 9 morning. c... c,,_ Day Day length Da; Equation SeptS'' *™ ligtft light of decrea or rises nets b^,,^ day m timej 7 J6 23JS 37J5 20J6 4O|U 14J2 2g| ^\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

Jiotict to tiotrcdponluius. We are almost inundated with letters upon the subject of the late disgusting attack of two Ma gistrates upon the sentinel at the Government Cottage. Our Correspondents will see the pro priety of our refraining from further remarks upon ' the affair,thah we have made in another column —white the enquiry it pending. The language said to be used by ode of the gentlemen, is too iiigusting lot publication.

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

{Torn fHathtt. Notwithstanding the immense importation of wheat to this and the Sister Colony— our market is not much afl'eeted. The foreign wheat cannot be used by itself—being at all times much injured by weave) — it requires a large proportion uf this country's growth to be mined with it — preparatory to reduc ing it iuto dour. The latest Sydne; News quote the best samples of Derwciit wheat at St. («),— and speculators entertain the idea that it will at the least realize that prico for sonic time to come. The price of wheat in our market may be stated at from Cs. to 7i. 6d. ; barley Gs. und nuts 5s. per bushel. Fine flout 23s., seconds 20s, per 100 1U. potatoes arc abundant and saleable at from £4 to /fi per ton. Market Pmaia, New M'harp, 1st September, 1880 ? Wheat per bushel, from fis. 3d. to 6s. Cd. ; oats per do., Ss. 6d. to 6s. 6d. ? barley per do., 6s. to 7s. ; hay £5 to ,£6 10s per ton; straw 6 5s. to 60s. per do. ; firewood 8s. to 9t. per do ; potatoes £2 15s. to £4; onio...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

Eatutfrtton SSctntI $ritt Currant, {COJrPILKD FOB THE CORKWALL CHRONICLE.] ..Colonial Produce. J Imported Goods. £ «. d. £ ». d. Altperhhd. &-0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 -6 Hark per ton 8 0 0 Drown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer pcrhhd. * 10 0 Coffee per Hi bag 0 0 10 Ikead(41b.l6af}D 1 0 Cheese per lb. 0 1.0 Biscuit per cwt. 1 IS 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per lb. 0 2 CSaltpcrton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Ilains per lb. 02 0 1. France sugar 85 0 4 Bacon per ditto 0 1 3 E. L do. per lb. 0 0 7 Beef per lb. 0 0 8 Ditto per lb. bag 0 0 4 Mutton jwr do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf perl b. 0 0 0 Fork pci lb. 0 0 10, Rum (duty paid) 0 IS 0 Veal poi difto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Chocolate per 1U0 £ O Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 5 0 Candlesfmoulds 0 10 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Egg! per dozen 0 2 6 Tea per chest 6 0 0 Bran per bushel 0 1 S Ditto per lb. 0 2 0 Oatmeal |icr lb. 0 0 C ToUkco do. bosd 0 1 £ Hay per bra 6 10...

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HIS EXCELLENCY'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

HIS EiCELLEKCfS llEPLY. Tke Address tvhioh you have prcseatcd to me, I most highly appreciate—cicf)- member, without exceinion, ' having cipresacd bis RntimeaU in terms so acceptable to uiy feelings, is the most satisfactory testimony 1 could receive, — that my endeavour to direct the important busiaess which has devolved upon this Council in a conciliatory spirit, has been succcsdali Whilst the utmost liberty of debate has been exercised, undeviatiag harmony and good feeling haw prevailed* Tke testimony you have ?paaUaeoudy home to the successful result of my labon, iu administering tke affair* of this Government, complicated and embarrassing as they liave often been, from the pe culiar character and circumstances or the Colony, is most gratifying to my feelings. Tp carer into the matt complete effect, the great National object of transportation, which has ren dered the introduction of saaie unpopular laws ab solutely necessary, to suppress the depredations of convicts at large, to...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. AUGUST 19, 1836. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF V. D.LAND. COUNCIL CHAMBERER, Thursday, 11th August, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

FROM THE GAZETTE. Awn* 19. .1886, votes aw- f nociacpmps or . T*«! Vtauuttn Oatmat bV V. & I^jiq, Coracit. CtUMBCH, Thursday, lltb. Aujrust, 1886. Motion made and qucttiui) put— -liiftt this' fcoun cll does adhere to the Court of Rsuuests' Art now on the taWc, notwithstanding (lio representation against the sainc^Ayes 9, Noes 4. DteiUent— from flic rewiuthn of the. majority of tbi» Council for adhering to the 'Court 9f Re quests Act' for the foHojvW reasons. : L— Because I have already fttx-rd«l my rww* for objecting to the principle as well as to (lie pfp visions of the Aft itself, and have not since «eu atjj reason for altering iny opjbipfi, 9 — Because I do not connive, that fticre if »ny such urgent necessitj for hrinmni the Act Into im mediate operation, u would fustyfy t^tt Council in adhering to the OnUnanoc, qotivltdrtUiUpg tip «f tlftcate orthe Chief Justice that 'Hit rfspugnijut to the Act of Parliament,' notwithstanding, also, the Lieutenant Governor's declarftjhf...

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TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

. iRANSTERS. Mary Kirk. Lvjnccston, W. Drawn, Itirdastcr, from John Guillam, Liunecstoo ; Joseph Hailc irsod, iiagfard, folin Davenport, Asia (4) from W. Bonnily, Laonccston. ? . . . , ? ? If the above mm lie not removed within a. reason able time, they wjlll be re-owigned. : J. GaEsonv, M, FoasTua, J. Sfodk,C. Darsooii, Composing the Board of Assignment.

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

SHIP TO3& NEWS. Se»r. 8— Sailed the brig Chili, 201 tons, Cap tain Nixon, for London. Hi. Omutciy nod Mr. Nathcote, Passengers. Cargo, 3G6easYuoil,shipned by MMael ConnaWy— 8 tout whalebone by Janet u-ntu^^'i jiaiin cnni citinc anil 7 /*fi£ks sncrm oil bv John Griffiths- S bales wool by Jamet Flatraan— I Me wool by John Cape— 1 box by W. KchWSrthy. Ssrr. 8— Sailed the Ebwakb, Captain Jacobs, for Circular Head, '; ' uoiuST tow* sntmfewB. ? Ace. 2G.— Arrived the ship Rm- Hoveh, 873 tons, Capt. Currie, from London 2Ut April, with a general cargo and passengers. Aoo. 26 ? Arrived the brig Camiixi, 262 tons, Capt. Marshall, from Newcastle, (New South Wales.) - ? '- ? Aoo. 23 ? Sailed the barque Kiuucrs, 239 tons, Capt. Thomson, for Batavia, and the brig Cihuu, for Newcastle, (New South Wales.)

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A GREETING FOR THE ILLUSTRIOUS BY COURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 September 1836

A GREETING FOR THE ILLUSTRIOUS BY COURTESY!!! ?' It has pleased Almighty God to afflict this unhappy country with a calamity of (he direst cha racter. Its shores have been again polluted by the hoof of that orofliirate nersonaire. whose nrcscncc must always call forth a pang of the keenest de scription in the breast of every honest and patriotic man, and whose career of crimr is to be traced out in many a broken heart, and many a bloody deed. As was spoken by the prophet unto the Evtl One, cay we also unto the Duke of Cumberland— « Why contest thou hither ? Is there a ruler toiic cast down, a mortal to be stain, or a handmaid to be defiled ?' We must leave this most apt and divine question to be wired by time — we cannot hazard a specula tion ; for, if we did, we should be induced to believe, that the future .might tic easily anticipated from the past ; that the wretch, who has grown grev in guilt, must be too callous to cease from crime ; and that the reveller in incest — the destr...

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