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FLOWERS OF RHETORIC [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

flowers of rhetoric; [FBOM THE SVDHET.HkRAUj.] . ' The wnole conduct of this despicable faction is distinguished by plebian groentess and savage iude eency.'— Jobnbon. ?' The foregoing passaee was recalled to our minds by a perusal of the leading article in the Tasma nia*, Hobart Town paper, of the 15th ultimo, to which our attention was casually excited. M'e bavc not been wholly indifferent to the tone of public discussion, pursued by the Press of this Colony and of Van Dicmen's Land, for several years pat ; and we must say, that, for causeless invective and vulgarity of style, we do not remember ever to have perused a publication equal to that which we are about to bring under the notice of our readers. 'The Editor of theTtstiiKUX plumes himself u|ion being the champion, in the Sister Colony, of what are designated, in this part of the world — ' liberal principles ;' but which we, liking always to call things by their true— though they may even be ugly names ? denominate ' convict...

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Gallery of [?]. NO. 19. THE [?] THE MAN WOT KNOWS AND [?] DO HIS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

Gallery of Wmicalities. NO. 19. THE BEKTfcgSJ'HE MAW WOT KNOWS AND PAAJJ|4$ 90 HIS DDTT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

MICHAEL BATES, 9&armacop-rtitt, Cfctmiit an* SrugaUt, BRISBANE STREET, UUNCESTOK, BEOS to intimate to the l'ublic, that be has re ceived iy the ' Bou«u.'-«a ertcnsire supply of Chemicali And Drugs— also, of the following Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Varnishes, Colours, Henry's taagnesia James's Powder* ? Aromatic Vinegar Diiou's Antibilious Pills Hookm'* Scidliti Pow. Anderson'* Pills '- ders -' Hooper's Pilli ,^_ Raspberry ditto - Essence of Mustard Dalby's Carminative Oafly'* Eliier ? Chine's Worm hoteaga Singleton's Ointment American Soothing Syrup Salt of Lcracyif Dutch Drop* Scouring Drops Essence Peppermint Eau de Cologne Durable Ink lavender Water Tooth Powder.* Brushes Windsor Soap Steer's Opodildoc Naples' ditto Joyce's Percunion Caps Macassar Oil Cheltenham Salto * ? Sjlj VARNISHES, COLORS, &c. Spanish Indigo Yellow Ochre Truman Blue White lead Paint Blue Verditcr Olive Green ditto Lamp Black Invisible Green ditto Ivory Black Chocolate ditto Blue Black Yell...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

. flwfoUomDg«rtide,Wlca from » lontaT*- W.'upouihe'silyect of -I«gtacrii.l Improprieties. ^ jmUiy the peru«l of the people W-thi. Colony. V,.i..Iinoon Police Ma**cato, rortheirjudicial eroa arineapactt* *« tKu« boldly bandied, «-d . ^ ,p would the puMicfceiinSte conveyed to toeof flieo. who chatic-!a in i^'maux t0 tttteinpt n^^wito the authority oroscnteyon duty :— JJAGBT2RIAL IMPROPRIETIES. Our ..Mention has been oalleil, during the past JTbTartrong^rsonal and individual interest, ^tXlyconduct. the legal !«*f*?? Ltal imbecility, and «he gross Partiality whlcn „, „ eminentl)Mbe peculiarities of their worships, rte magistrates of the Lonflon Police Offices. To !!. London thief-taker, a Handley or a Shackell, rHalloraBallard, has long been considered the forest deep of degradation to- which an animal poBCwd of human mind and feelings could possibly be sunk: it has, however, remained to our own time to Snd in the lowest deep of infemy a lower Hill ana to discover that to disgowe human ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

NOTICE is hweby given, that the Roads in the Parish of Longford, advertised by the Deputy Surveyor General, in the Gazette of the 6th July k»t, nre approved and confirmed. Edward Bovd, GOVCRMW^T NOTICE. Colonial Secrebjiyi Office, Sept. 7, 18SS. rilllE Lieutenant wftraor lias been pleased to M- appoint Whartori Wfomas Young, Esq., to be a Coroner for tlus Territoy. JBj lus JQxoel^ncy's Commabd, .TV JOHH MONTACP. - ' |SOVj*^tENT NOWCE. . : . . ? Colonial 'Secretary's Office, Sept. 7, 1686. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint John Arthur, Esquire, a Justice of the Peace for Island of Van Dicmen'c Laud, aud its Dependencies. By his ExcclIcBRy'c Command, John MonrAcn. Internal Revenue Office, Aug. 30, 183G. MR. RicmnD White, of the County of Tom. ?vall,and Mr. J. C. SrBi.CEr,of Buckingham shire, have been appointed to sell by public nuctii n all such stores or other articles as arc required to bis disposed. oT by the Civil Government for 12 months. J. H. MounE, Collector...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

8AI.ES BY AUCTION. Allotments at Perth, ?To*fce sold by- Public Auction, BY MR. VATDERWOOD, On.the'PtcmisosJon JWCPNESDAT, the SStU instant, at one o'clock, without reserve, fjlOUll Valuable AMmiEMTS of LAND, *- BitOate in the tljnyine Towpship of Perth', having large frottigges tsthe Hobart Toiva iWd «nd Clarence street. Terms will be made known at the time of sale, ' ? 'iobeSoldby Public Auction, BY MR. UNBBRWOOD, On the Premises, on Tuesday next, the SOth instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, positively without re, ? verve, } ?? i -?, ' ? ? ?? - A -COMMODIOUS COTTAGE, -adjoining the ?C\- ' ICing's Aaug,' in EUzabeth street, with large garden .ground. Term— Three oiontlm credit on approved bills. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MIC. TTATBHRWOOB, At bis Rooms, corner of Charles and Cahieron etreets, on WEONKSDAr . seat, the 2itt inst., at 1 o'clock precisely; TPHE fillowing eelecUou or JIERCHANDEE, ? :Oliveand green fuperfine BEOADCLOTH Marsella waistcoating jPriuted muslin (UIue and ...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V.D. LAND SATURDAY, SEPT 17, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

the- - CORNWALL CHRONICLE. - I.fl,UNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATpftPAY, SEPT. 17,1886. 'liberty ulth^iajer U lobe prefentd to «Uv«ry wiib »ecurtty.' . ? ? ? ? . ??? - - ' 8»M*V». ... ? 'We asked lost week whether it was deemed cipc. dicnt to sacrifice the Director Gvnciol of llouds, Captain Clicyuc. Bis EiciAlcncy's mouth-jiiecc, the TiSMiKUN— a week back— 1 brew out :a'few hiots, thatappcar to us to be the fore-runncr.or some DtHKFUL event— about to bcuili that gcBlieiimn. When Captain Cheyoe entered upon vhe duties of 4iis.-ippoi-iliucnt; the Taeuamud »va« loud in praise of his «l-ilit.y— liis ijthovbd services wcro pppo^ed to the profed ond aUiiiowledgcd inaipaliility of his predecessor, ? and the public was given to under. stand, that future complaint of the inefficient ma noeuvres of the road-making department, was alto gether out of the question. Scaiccly are o. few months gone, when we find Ihisswuc cormpt vehicle —declaring, that Captain Cheync « has been tiled in the buUucc and f...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. September 9, 1816. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

FROM THE GAZETTE. September 9, 1816. TITLE DEEDS. DEEDS or Grant in favor of those individuals whose names are hereunder mentioned, are now ready to be issued on payment of the amount due thereon to the Crown. LANDS SOLD. ACMS Sherwood Wm. - 640 Huon River. Ditto ' CM Ditto Elliott, Nathaniel S00 fta&tatd Burn, George 640 Ditto Mattison Thos. 1000 ftucenboro Parish. Moriarty, Wm. 3560 County of Devon. Abbott Edward 1082 Hamilton Parish Ditto 3000 Stradbroke do. Alston George 1245 Bathurst Parish Ditto 1409 Cadbury do. Allison Francis 980 Lennof do. AshburncrW.r. 2000 Sillwood do. Bell Thomas 1000 Rutland do. Bcamont John 139S Huntingdon do. Bisdec John 300 Winterton do. Ditto 300 Springhill do. Ditto 300 Apslcy do. Ditto 300 Ditto do. Burn George C40 Uochford do. Baynton Henry 3768 Quamby do. Bunster William 1S4 Durham do. Ditto 640 Ditto do. Bayles John 820 Tierney do. Ditto 359'Abercromby do. Bcauvais . 610 Cunningham do. Bilton Henry 129 Quecnboro' do. Ditto 160 Glenorchy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

- A' SA&E ?''' ?''?*? ' AT Pfittf h/ HIR. RICH AltO WfllTfi, beg* 1° 5* Inform lii Friend. and ilie Public,ilmt 'l, hii received Infractions, from Mb. TirKi-r- «*' lne »???**'?*-'? Im, P«r(h, 'Jo Sell h ? **«**» ^Mcrto', an Wednesday, the 28lh September, at VjpVlpcjc.ilie whole of hisStocfciiB Trade,' ? 'Laliuro. &«..*c.*-«»n»'|l''»ir ?fS— ? r ? I\,urro*ltoteadsaudp_ingiiiB» . 1 . ' FralLcr Bed» '. ? ' ] Blanket* ?-??? ? I Multiettes .' . . ?'?'?*, ?Tallies : . '. ?-?. giJeBoerfi - . ( Sol' .. , \l Cooking Dtenntai, &c .. . ,r . f' Tiro Mui^in Toftl ?? ? i, fantuodB.Hiies5 8 6i»H ITnl BullocU ) ?. vm . ScvcwlCowBBiiilCalveB . . 4'Wo'i.lnng bullocUs , lows, yokes, 4 carti ( ? 100 Viiifa'cU Oats. - '? ' ?' , ?hnw—Atl «umt under ,=riO caeli ; above that .MMiprotcdBilh~8.iOTr.ito. ? _-__. ffORS— S, CA.VTlm'Ey &C. *Mtt;j. e' ujvdisiuvx)l-jl- »EGS icaTe 16/inforni U»e Public',' thil ' be ha» received poiiUre instructions to Sell by Public Auction; ' Jfty. O...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

SHIP NEWS   Sott. IS— Arrived the John DUNSCOMB, from Sydney, via Newcastle, with a carpo of coals. Sett. 17 Arrived the ELIZABETH, Captain   Brown, from Portland Buy, with whalebone. Sept. 17— Arrived the WILLIAM, Captain Thom, from Sydney, with a gcneral cargo. Passenger, Miss Flexman.       Sew. 13— Sailed the WILLIAM, Captain Wright,' for Fort Fairy, South Australia, with provisions fur whalers.   Sept. 14— Sailed the BRAZIL PACKET, Captain Crow, for New Zealand. Passengers, Mrs. Crow and child. HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. SEPT. 15— Sailed the barque Avoca, Captain Boodle, for Sydney. SEPT. 11 =Arrived the schooner CHAMPION, Capt     Hill, from Lnunccston, with a general cargo. The MEDOR is announced to sail for Sydney, on Sunday, and the CHAMPION, for Swan Riverr and the Mauritius, on the same day.

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 17 September 1836

PORT PHILLIP. We have important information relative to the Port Phillip spec, by the WILLIAM, from Sydney. Captain Lonsdale, upon the sailing of that vessel, was upon the eve of leaving Sydney in charge of a considerable number of troops, to take possession of the Settlement, under the orders of General Bourke, accompanied with officers of the different public de partments. We have not time to furnish full par ticulars of General Bourke's arrangement — it is, however, positive, that the land will be surveyed forthwith, surveyors being appointed for the pur pose, and will be sold to the highest bidders, with out regard to the titles of the present occupiers. By private information we learn, that His Majesty's sloop of war, RATTLESNAKE, was preparing to con vey the MATERIEL of the Government to Port Phillip, where it was understood she would be or dered to remain, to assist in forming the intended regulations, and to protect the settlers. From a private source we learn likewise, that...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. MORE BLOOD FOR THE IRISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

ENGLISH 6STRSCTS. , MORE BLOOD FOR THE IRISH CHURCH. More Blood for the Irish Cbutclf: ' Two souls sent to thejr account in the tithe strife ! ' Richard's himself again.'1 . The drooping Establishment jnust feel quite restored by this revival of its sacriGccs. While iwoplc were subscribing ioEngland for the relief of the ' meek and suffering-, the destitute and helpless, Irish .Clergy,' the Rev. William Betcs ford, of lnniscarra, in the county of Cork, was ac tively engaged in instituting Exchequer suits, a course of proceeding, excellently .adapted to the vexation of the people, as attended with heavy costs to the defendants. JSiglit men were employed in serving the process. An affray was the consequence; a peasant named Mahony was shot by Hudson, ons of the bailiffs, and Hudson was instautiy afterwards killed by the infuriated mob. The accounts of the cjmincnccrocnt of the tumult are as contradictory and as little to be trusted as reports usually ore which proceed from inflamed pa...

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Corn' Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

Coru'lHrnttt. Fine samples of wheat hive realized during the pa,t weckGs. Gd. per bushel ; inferior samples have been told for 5s. The average price it about «?«. Amounts from the Sister fcolony (public sod private) represent the prospects oT the forthcoming growth of erain to be extremely encouraging, which; with the immense importations already in tlic market, and advices of still larger quantities on its way thither, have caused prices to full much beW the asu*l market viilue. We have it upin private authority, Iliat Mr. Barker, the extensive Miller at Sydney, . Ins entered into a contract to supply Mr. Botliwick ?SVighLaf the «hip MbdwuY, with 3l)0..tons of Tine. Ftuur, at fS I0i. ism- ton. To niala a' ptoliton this contract— the Miller must' purottaie his wboat it about ti. 6i. pci bushel. U musHie recollected, 'however, -that— should Mr. Barker obtain iio profit on the fine B.iur, the offal by being worked into bis cuit, affords ample remuneration. Flour has fillen this week S...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

$\)R6t-S Of -tljt jfHooit. Full Moon— 25th Sept ? 38 nits, post 9 afternoon. TT ZZ D»y|Day|leSsthrDa-'lBfuatum. Sept*'' 8'J ligfitUgliJ of decrca of , V. nte* *^' begimjends] day | scs. \ time. ?26 JS S5|o «|4 SOJ? 10|l2 10J8 Si\ ^f

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

'~ . the CORNWALL CHRONICLE. g| (LAIJNOBSTOW V. T, LAND.'.SATL'aDAT, SEPT. 24, ISSfi. ' U^crtv »l* danjer Is lo he preferred to slavery, | '» KCttr'y''; iltLvn. ,

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

SJiflJj Water at !auiutstoit. «. ?. h' m. Sunday ....i2 0 I Wednesday ..2 If Monday .... 13 45 Tlmreday. .... 8 0 Tuesday.... 1 80 1 Friday ? 8 45 - Saturday ? 4 80 Wit. BiTHiX, Harbour Hatter.

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AN EDITOR'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

AN EDITOR'S LIFE. Reader '. you know but very little about the life of an Editor ; and it is not worth while for us to try to tell you what sort of a lift he leads, l'ajicr, ink, and types cannot describe it. iPencil and paint may be essayed in vain. To know how an Editor lives , you must become on Editor. But we say to you, as we have said to almost every one who Jias ever thought it worth while to advise with us upon, the subject— don't try it we beseech you. Stick to tbc lapstnne, the 6hears, thcsledgc,thc handsaw, the plough, the pestle, or even be a lawyer, ai d whistle for a client, end you may chance to ' go a-bcad,' but as you value consistency — as you with to have comfort by day and rest by night,don't be in Editor. Do you ask why ? * Just think for a mou.cnt, what an Editor must do, and what he must not do — and your question will be answered. He must publish all the news— he must not publish any tiling that is - not founded on fact. He must endeavour to raise the rtandar...

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Court of Requests—Launceston. TENTH SITTING FOR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

Court of J&tfctMtis-- laimctfUjn. .. v TOttu etTTi«a.taR 1636. Plaints in Jjaunceston— This day. Court held— Tuesday, 4th October.

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AN HONOURABLE INSTANCE OF COMMERCIAL INTEGRITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

AN HONOURABLE INSTANCE OF COM MERCIAL INTEGRITY. Dinner to CumroimiT Doiujin, Esq.. — On Tuesday, December 22nd, Clotwortby Dobbin, Esq., an eminent braver, and highly respectable merchant, of liclfast, was entertained, in Kcrus's Hotel, br one of tbc most influential assemblies we have ever witnessed. The party consisted of about 70 persons, principally merchants and traders, be longing to the town and neiglibnurhoood. Tlic ob ject of tho meeting was to testify the high opinion entertained of tlic integrity nf the gentleman to whom this mark of respect wot paid. About five years ago, Mr. Dobbin, owing to losses, and com mercial embarrassments, was obliged to compound with his creditors for ten shillings in the pound ; he ing, as stated by the Chairman, two shillings and sixpence more than the estate would pay. Me then received a full acquittal of all demands upon him. Owing, however, to his subsequent success in bust, ness, and to the pursuit of a system of rigid eco nomy, he fe!t°...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

9.aukttitoa'&tt*ii $riu Cpmnt. 'A i^..d.| ' ' t i- a. ? Aie.periilid. ' 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 6 Bark per ton 3 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Brer 'per Uhd. 4 10 ' 0 Coffee per Ib bug 0 0 10 Bread(4lb.loaf)0. 0 10 Cheese per ib. 0 1 0 Biscuit per enrt, 1 10 0 llama (Kr do. 0 10 Batter per 1b. 0 2 fiSaltperton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Hamsuellb. 0 2 0 I. France sugar 85 O 4 Bacon .per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per ib. 0 0 7 Beefper'lb. 0 0 8 Ditto per Ib. tag 0 0 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf peril). 0 0 0 Pork pei Ib. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 13 0 Veal pe- ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Chocolate uerlbO £ 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 S 0 CandlesfmouldsO 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 10 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Effg* P' dozen 0 2 0 Tea per chest COO Bran per bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 1 8 Hay per ton 6 0 0 l-o. do. duty paid 0 8 0 Hideseach(avgO 7 0 Cigars per box 4. 4 0 ...

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