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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

. snip. !__§£ news. £— r. 25 ? Arrived the schooner Sallv Ask, taptain Henty, from Portlaud Day. S«rT. 21.— Arrived the brig IIenhy, Captain WhUin&amp;Tfbrii Port Phillip. SKPr. 22 ? Sailed the brie Wuxuw, Captain T-m, forSyduey, witli a cargitir Colonial 1*0 . duee. Pwengen — Kiisiirn H. Wclman, 17tb Regiment, Captain Barrie, and M^ R. Brown- - cabin; W. Prentice, W. Pratt, James Pratt, V. Brunna, and Jnq. VTWter— steerage. S— T. 22 ? Sailed the tirig Hbnry, for Port Piiillip, trich 233 ilieep. ,^ SEfr. 3$ ? Sailed tbe schooner .TonNDcN»anrii, Caj-tain M- Lean, fur Syduey. with Colonial produce. SufjC 28.— Sailed the EuzmitrH, Brown, foe Portlajfll Bay, with stores for whatsrs. ?'? ? V'- IIODIBT TOWH 8niP N«W«, W Sspj. 21 ? Arrived the U. S. ship Tibse, =98 ?fons^iCapt. Rogers, from Salem 6tU May, with a cargo of flour, bread, tobacco, &amp;c. ' Sbk. 22.— Arrived the larque Bomrciu, 428 ton*, Capt. WHgnto, from Cajcutta, 9th July, with a cargo of, wheat, .sugar, &amp;c<...

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TO THE POLICE MAGISTRATE, LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

To the Police Magistrate, Launceston. Sir - Your letter in the ADVERTISER, threatening the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle with an ac- tion at law, for exposing the little Tom and Jerry affair at the Government Cottage, has placed you in no enviable position in the public opinion. Had the editor of the Chronicle unnecessarily interfered with your private character, he would &amp;nbsp; have richly deserved your displeasure ; but had he suffered the outrage said to have been committed on the sentinel by two public officers, to have passed unnoticed, he would have also richly deserved the censure of the whole community. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; The persons who advised you to have recourse to the law in such a case, depend upon it, are either incompetent judges of the matter, or evil council lors. A free Press is one of the greatest blessings a people can enjoy, and every Juror is aware of its efficacy and usefulness. What a pretty state we should be in if it we...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

Tie inhabitants of Launceston are already aware of the nature of the affair, that caused the Police Magistrate, Mr. Clark, to prefer charge against a sergeant of the £Otb Regiment, when on duty at tie Government Cottage— the particulars tare already appeared in this paper; it is unneces. tary.thtrefore.againtostatotheni. TheGovernor- it appaan,upon receiving a communication upon the tulject /ram t|if- Commandant, ordered the sergeant to be brought to stCouttMai*ial,inion the charge pre ferred . against him by the PoUceMagutrate. Friday the 16th instant, vat the day appointed, and it being generally understood that .the proceeding! were to bo conducted openly,. at all -ucb proceed, ings should be, the Officers' Mess Boon, at which place it m to be investigated, wat crowded at an early tour, Mr. Clark appeared as prosecutor, and prior to the *»nnnencenient . of the . investigation, poduceda document, which he rcquetsed should be received by the Court, praying, that the affair might be...

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The New Insolvent Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

G{ic flt'j) IiiSolbtnt Eati). 'S^BBcatedly liavewc censured the principle ofthe |wMft putsed Debtor and Civditor 1-aw — We have :j)!^Puiicti! it to be a Law, tlmt uicourages'sivind ling,nnd we repeat that it is so. Not a week passes gWUnput furnishing ftoofs.and, unfortunately, proofs saaBi as llolv writ, that we do not incoirwtlv dc OJWttcit. The Act must be ineftcctive find bad, ' Hn it is (wnting in those provuimis to constltilte [MKctive and cold. ' As the 'Act to provide-for jBSSikiriuution of Insolvent £-tatcs, and for the amendment in other respects of the Law of Debtor njjp Creditor' is now framed, it is in its operation dmnir infinite haroi to the SIercuiiti!e and Tnulilm cSBununlty^it not only oners to the dwiiidler t^r oieaus of teVAdiog the payment of «fty J-lil« lie may fradu1cntl)- contract with the honest creJilAr, but it operates as an incentive lo the undisguitcll' practice of Ill's dishonesty. One provision appears to us to be wanting, to render this Act even «upei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. THE VAN DIBMEN'S ~AND COMPANY'S ANNUAL SALE OF RAMS. Co ?HooU«riou)cifi, StotUljolfltri, &amp;(? ]-?)() fU It B SAXON and NIGUETTI **' HAMS, from the Flock* of the Van Dieineii's Lunil Coiupmiy. 'Hie Company's Hist Annual Sole 6f RAMS will lake place at ' Kobi,' on Tuesday, the 25ili ol' October, at Twelve o'Clock precine'y, when MB, UNDERWOOD will nubiiiii to public competition, One Hundred SAXON and Twenty NIGUCSTI RVM% of one end two yi-urs old, from tlic well-known flocks ol the Van Djemen's Land Company. Every [UmoflWed for-*ale-»ill be warranted pure Bach Lot will' be branded on tlie horns belure leaving Circular Head— nnd, in the (election, the sevetal lots will lie made «? nearly n» poifible of vqual mem and value. , Tbrsis - 8 months' credit to purchasers of £»O«nd upwards. . ? SeplPinher 9, l«36. ? . SALIi liV AUCrtuN, MR. J. C. ITNDERWOOO. At Ross, tin TUESDAY the 25Ui or October, (im mediately after the Sales alicady advertised,) # VNE HUNDRED AND S...

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SYDNEY NEWS. MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

SYDNEY NEWS. MULTL'M IN PAttVO. Sir Jolin Jamaison is about instituting annual Races upon his estate at Rcgentville, near Sydney. —Tlic brig AoEUtDE, caai laden, is reported to be totally wreclcd on Frederick's Reef, in Torres Stiaits ; some of the crew had arrived at Morton Bay.— The HlciiuNDBH, hef, master, was loading n tbe Cth in*, at Newcastle, with coals for Laun cestou; the greater part of tier crew had absconded. —Several convict servants have lately absconded from the settlement at Bathurst, and as many horses have also disappeared from -the premises of various persons, it is thought that -a. regular banditti isor gwjbring iuelf in that part of the country.— Jt turns nut tliat it was not the AoEuiDEuuttne STiBLiKC-Citm-E that was lost at tbe barrier reef of Torres Strains. One of the crew who lias returned to Sydney, in a very debilitated state, and is now in tlie Hospital, relates, that on the eighth day alter she left this port (she sailed for Singapore on the IStli May) ...

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THE BANKS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

THE BANKS OF VAN DIEMENS LAND. NO. 1. fFHOM THE 8VDNEY MONITOR 1 We are going to discuss a dry subject, and there fore, in order not to disappoint the great bulk of our worthy readers, we forewarn them of the unenter taining nature of the subject, being one fit only for financiers, for politicans, and men of a masculine turn or mind, who do not like to remain in ieno rancc «f these subjects on which the secret founda tions of society rest, but are patient of labour, and strong-minded, determined, when the stability of those foundation! is called in question, to dig deep and all round, so that with their own eyes they may ! examine the very lowest of those foundations,togcther with their chief corner-stones. I The scarcity of specie in Van Dicmen's Land I has been so alarming, or its supposed scarcity has been so alarming, as to have engaged the attention of the present wily ruler of the Sister colony. A i Committee of the Legislative Council was formed, with authority to enquire int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

I Allotments at Perth. L To be sold bv Public Auction, I BY MR. UNDERWOOD, I «£ 'rente. -'? WEDNESDAT, the 28tli I instant, at one o'clock, without reserve, I TlOCa Valuable ALLOTMEMTS or LAND, r gituate in the thriving Township of Perth, Sting life15 frontages w **? Hotart Town Road ,,d Clarence street. _ Temn wi» he ''*» te''Tn '* ^ fame of tale- TcTbe sold by -Public Auction BY MR- UNDERWOOD, flu the premises of J. &amp; A Andbr-on, in Chirle» «iwt, on THURSDAY, Che 29th initani, end following dep, at 12 o'clock each day, rpHE whole of tlpe remaining STOCK * of GOODS, poaitively without /jeterve — »?* : Slops --rall sorts Sliirtingafcdshirtinecalicos Frinti, hosiery, liats, blankets ana rugs Herring, tnackarcl and«caming twines Mustard, pepper, T; Starch, blue and blacking - ? . ;. JHiUipr, tolioccp.jilunis, &amp;c^c._, . ,, . ^Cmlogueiuf wliicli may be 1iad on flip 'day previoua to (be Sale.al the Auction eer'i office. ? _^_____ ? TO GRAZIERS, : Stockholders, Butchers, 4...

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THE NEW [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

THE NEW GOLIAH. We promised our readers to consider the question of the effect the introduction of the Liver pool GO- LIAH into these Colonies, might have in its general interests; and now that we have seen the Prospec- tus, we are enabled to do so. From many circum- stances connected with this new Goliah, (before which the present one will appear but a Pigmy— a Tom Thumb in verity) we are inclined to take a favourable view, of its interesting itself in our mo- &amp;nbsp; netary transactions. Its Prospectus starts in a li- beral spirit --a just and equitable line of conduct to- wards the Colonists. The Shareholders do not speak of a charter, to free them from responsibility, they enter the field in an open, straightforward manner, and upon similar principles to those avowed by all the most important and wealthy of Joint Stock Banking Companies, on which the Commercial Banking Company in Liverpool, one of the most powerful, is founded. Again, a much greater degree of con- siderat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

MARRIED. — By Special License, By the Rev. Dr. Browne, at Curramore, Mr. JOHN CAPE, of Launceston, to MARY ANNE, eldest Daughter of the late PETER LETTE, Esq. &amp;nbsp;

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SECOND DAY. SATURDAY, 17TH SEPTEMBER, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

SECOND DAY. SATURDAY, 17TH SEPTEMBER, 1836. &amp;nbsp; The Court being met— William Miller re-examined — By the Prisoner. — Did you see me stop any other gentlemen on the &amp;nbsp; day in question besides Mr. Clark and Mr. Franks ? -Yes. &amp;nbsp; State their names?1— I do not know them— some I can state — Mr. Parker, Superintendent at the Lumber Yard, and the Captain of the ship the fe males came in. [Mr. Clark having required the Regimental Or der Book, it was produced and handed to him.] Do you recollect the Sergeant stopping an Officer in uniform, and Mr. Charles Friend, the Chief Con stable, at the same time ?— I do. Did the Officer in uniform make any remonstrance With the Sergeant upon being told that he could not enter, or try to induce him to disobey his orders and let him pass?— No, he immediately retired. By the Prosecutor— Did the Sergeant behave properly and respectfully to me and Mr. Franks?- No, Sir. Did heave respectfully and properly to the &amp;nb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 24 September 1836

MICHAEL BATES, I ?Bfiarmacopoltst, Cfjeuriiit an* ©luflfribt. iJIUSBAKE STREET, IIVXCESTOS, BEGS to intimate io tbe Public, that be has re ceived by tlie ' BouKi,' an extensive supply of Chemicals and Drugs— alto, of the following Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Varnishes, Colours, &amp;c. &amp;., «c, Henry's Magnesia James's Powders _!_Aromatic Vinegar Diion's ArilioUious Pills Hockia'e Seidlite Vow- Anderson'* Pi!U den Hooper's Pills . Raspberry ditto Essence of Mustard D&amp;lby's Carminative UafTy's Eliicr China's Warm Lozenges Singleton's Ointment American Soothing Syrup Salt of lemons Dutch Drape Scouring Drops Xksence Peppermint Ebu ie Cologue Durable Ink Lavender Water Tooth Powder &amp; Brushes Windsor Soap Steer's Opodildoc Naples' ditto Joyce's Percussion Caps Macassar Oil , Cheltenham Salts VARNISHES, COLORS, &amp;c Spanish Indigo Yellow Ochre Prussian Blue White Lead Paint Blue Vcrdirer Olive Green ditto Lamp Black ? Invisible Green ditto ivory Black Cl...

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High water a Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

WijjIj bfctattr at iLauncrttoii. n. ' n. H. h. Sunday ? 7 0 (Wednesday.. 9 15 Monday..'.. 7 45 Thursday ? 10 0 Tuesday.... 6 80 1 Friday .... JO 45 Saturday ...:.... 11 80 ? ? Wn. BittiiN, Harbour Master.

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DREADFUL AFFRAY.—TWO MEN KILLED AND SEVERAL WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

DREADFUL AFFRAY.— TWO MEN KII.T.J D AND SEVERAL WOUMJLD. The following is from an eye-witness of what he relates ; we give it in his own words : — ' The Roman Catholic burial-place, Glassncvin, near this city, was the battle-ground where the sa vage recontrc took place. The Irish Papists ere paganly superstitious ; and their habits, manners, and customs differ from the rest of mankind. A very barbarous custom^ prevailing very generally among the Milcsianlrish, is often made the prctcri. for lighting at funerals. These believe in a fatality which (they say) is out of the power of prayer or their priests to avert — t. E., when two funerals at the same time approach one common graveyard for interment, the last corpse entering is doomed to draw water in a bucket full of holes, iu older to irrigate the souls placed in purgatory by Romish su perstition. ' On Sunday last about sun-down, two funerals approached the entrance gate of- this celebrated ccmctiy, where, as if my magic impulse, bo...

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Phases of the Moon. Last quatter—3rd Oct.—32 mts. past 4 afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

$l)fl6tS o( tl|t liiUjon. last quarter— ir&amp; Oct.— 82 nits, past 4 afternoon. «„,, !-!,,» 1'Day ;Day;leiigUi| Da) fBpjaTioii Oct.g'» S''' light light or fccrea of |n««. ?etijbegillj|elliu( d|ly ? ^ | tirae^ t j5 *aj6 it(* 4oj7 aojia gg|8 n[ ^.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

freemasons Tavern. MR. J AC O B , BEGS to announce hit neit Evening's Amuse ment, Tor WEDNESDAY nert, the 6th Oct., when mil be presented, ? TUB IDIIIRBD FAItCX OF MONSIEQ TONSOJ*. ' ''''aItmr voicb, - Jl variety of Songs. TOT WHOUB TO CONCLUDE 'WITH lover's quarrels, Or Like Master Like Man. FOm-ROOM COTTAGE to let in TorkI ttreet. Enquire ac Ma. Fidncu Sfkncm's, Timber Merchant. ^ ' ' lMncertoa,'Oet. I, iSIt

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

ILauucctton ttrtail f rice Cumnt. ? ???? - &amp; ». i £ «? d. Ale, per kid. 8 0 1 Vie per down 0 12 6 Bark per ton 8 0 ( tiraWa stour do. 0 12 6 Veer per bad. 4 10 I uofiee per Ib bag 0 0 10 Jtaeaa(41b.loaf)0 Q t Cheese per Ib. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt, I 10. t darns perdo. 0 10] Butter per 1b. 02 fcialtpcrtou 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 '« Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Bams per Ib. OS 0 I. France sugar S5 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 S E. L do. per Ib. 0 0 4 Beef per Ib. 0 0 6 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 7 Pork pa 111. 0 0 $ Ram (duty paid) 0 18 0 Veal pet ditto 0 , ,0 6 Ditto in band 0 4 4 Chocolate per IbO S 0 Orandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 I 0 Ditto in bond 0 6 0 Caudlcsrwoulds 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto - (dips) 0 10 Dittd in *ond 0 4 0 Kggs per dozen 0 2 0 Tea per chert 6 0 0 Bran per bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per ib. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 I v Hay per ton 5 0 0 Do, do. duty paid 0 8 0 Hides eaclifavgO 7 0 Cigars per Uoi 4 ...

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Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

CoruiHarbtt. Nothing doingin firain. Mres scarcely main tain last week's quotations. Wheat 5s. fid. to &amp;. oats &amp; «6s 6d., barley Be 9&amp; to 7s 8d per bushel, hay £6 to t6 10, straw £S to j. 3 5s. potatoesJ-2 to £4— Courier, Sept. 80. The price or wheat at Sydney on the ISth inst. was merely nominal at 5s. per bushel. Flour ISs. and 16s Sd per 100!!* ; oa's 4s 'Ed per bushel, maize fis 9d to 6s per bushel, hay lie to 14s per civt— Ibid. Ga»W— Tlie arrivals of the Hums WHEW!, Silt rat CuiriRO, and T*iua, odd about 1800 bushels of wheat to our already overstocked market. There have been no sales worth noticing,** dealers buy very sparingly, and only to supply their present wants. — COUHBKCUl. JOVXXIL, Sp|lt. 17. Tee Hills— Transactions in wheat are Bald to lie merely nominal, and prices ah- quoted at fit. to 6s. 6d. per bushel. Flour, first quality, 18s., se cond do. ISs.; Ration dour &amp;. per 1001U. Tbc )oaf-if21li«.4{d ? Mpmikm, Sept. 17. ?

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MIRACULOUS PRESERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

MIRACULOUS PRESERVATION. Accounts hive been received by the Akk Bald win', from Macao, that liis Majesty's sloop Ralkicii, whs upset in a tremendous typhon, which fhc en countered oh the Ithund ;ith of August Just, in lat. 21. 16., long. 118. 38., 1M mile* from the Island uf Formosa, Fuitunalcly all her guns except three hail lecu tbioivu ovciuoo.nl ubuiil two houn previous . to the .disaster, or she must inevitably have founder ed. She remained in this; state, namely, with her . tons .unjlcr, for the space of a quarter of an hour,' ' when, owing to jibe exertions of theerew, who, while ? pjinging .Jgthe weather tigging, employed th,em.; 'Selves in cutitne ijwayiie lanyards, with that «wl- : wlichthc UritlshsMHaif JtMltmarknlyle h skua tioiu ordaiigeT«ndllifieultJ»iBU *s«Smu4. and the bc^«pritW(ai|tfii^tlist-esisiHr-m**D,^jsm-whiob l^crew.upoadjBisaVifc-icartycheer.lan^t^riicd , to to ' clear tht*vTeck,'' and tojiump tfcc ship, which owing to the hatches having beeii3tlpscly-battene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

NOTXCfi. rpHE TAMAR BANK is closed for all descrip M- lionet business for the present, excepting 4be receipt of bilk due to the Company. Tlie Public are Informed that only the notes of ? tiiis Firm, and the coins Ieagalized in the Colony, : lean be received in payment of bills due to the Tamar Bank from this day henceforth. All who have deposits in this Bank aie lequested to meet at 1 o'clock on Saturday next, when a satis factory reason for adopting this step will ue afforded by the Directors. After the Meeting DM been held, the Tamar Bank will be prepared to pay all their Notes in cii cukttibn, in Coiu. ' ijy order of the /Joard of Directors, W. HIGIiETT, Curares. launceston, Sept. 26, 16BC [COPY] . LicxcEsroN, Skit. S4- 1686. - fo TBS MiSlCXJl *ND DlllBCTOHS OF THE IUkk op Austiuusu, Launcckton. GEMTiXMitK,— The balance of this day, in favor of the Bank of Austialasia, amounts to 41676 1 15s Id.; and at it is obviously impossible, with the I limited quantity of specie existing in...

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