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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1836. To the Public. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

TUB CORNWALL CHRONICLE. X.A.UNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 18S6. ' Ubcrty with ilangcr is to be prefeired to slavery willt Kcurity.' StLLBtV. Eo tljt fJuNif The serious inconvenience which tie Proprietor of this Paper is put to, arising from the non-settle, went of Accouuts for Subscriptions to_, aud for the insertion or Advertisements, oblige him to give uo. ticc, that from and after the publication of this day** Paper, which number commences a fresh Quarter, — that papers will not be sent to Subscribers who have nnt na!-t nn their arrears : and that no Advertise ments will be attended to in future, without tbr. money being paid for their insertion at the time they are ordered, excepting to Advertisers who have hi therto been punctual in paying our quarterly ac counts, when presented to them. Tlie charges for Subscription and Advertisements ore barely remunerating. After paying *l-e «ry leavy ready-money weekly expenses^ which is not ta- 1 ken into consideration we must thi...

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

SAI.T»ATVNA RAISINS. JW. BELL, has on SALE, a quantity or the ? abore RAISINS, of the very finest quality ,? at those Haisins arc free from seeds, J* W. B. begs to recommend tbem at the finest Fruit either for the table or puddings, ever imported to tke Colony; Price 6d. peril. Cash; 8d. credit Iwnceston, Sept. 15, 1B36. ? __^__ 1 ? FOR SALE, AT the STORES or the Undersigned— the sur plus Stores of the Aniu I'aoMrsos.cousii.ting of— '„ ? ' Split peat . ? Oatmeal, flour, met time juice, raisins, salt fisn Sugar, tea . Jf jncgar, «heny wine, huandy Fork, ic. ? Also, The fittings-up, and a few whole deals, Sept. tO. 1686. mXTY&Co. .,_ Boston's Stores. AFRESH supplyof GEOCERIES, just recciv. cd, consisting of Cape and other raisins. Cunantt, tapioca Sago, vermicelli Coffee, cocoa ? ' ' Arrowroot, rice Split peai Scotch and pearl barley Pepper, milliard Vinegar, lime-juice Pickles, sauces Prime Irith butter Ditto ditto pork Colonial pickled ditto Ditto ditto beef ; . ' , Cheese, ...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. HORRIBLE MURDER BY A PRIEST. The trial of the priest Dclacollonge, at Dijon, upon the most horrible charges of violating, mur dering, and afterwards cutting the body in pieces, which he stowed away in a trunk, of a young wo man named Fanny Bcsson, has, alter lasting four days, been- brought to a close, and the prisoner de clared guilty of wilful murder, but without ras nwiiAuun — a eiiuiigu vcium, ana wnicu, It IE stated, was received with murmuring by the audi ence. The sentence is imprisonment in the hulks for life, with hard labor, and to stand in the pil lory. On the second day (March 2) various articles in support of the prosecution were brought into Court. Among them were a large trunk, in which the pri soner placed the portions of the body alter he had cut it in pieces, a bill, a knife, and some effects of the victim, found in his possession after the disco very of the crime. The proccedingscommenccd with the examination of the prisoner. He admitted having rece...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

snip.jlsk .news. | Skit. .27— ArriveS the l»rque Aiubun, Captain Cains, from Londop, with a^eneral cargo. Fas ?engcrs. Mr. John Crisp, Amelia Crisp, Hannah Crisp. Sura. 26— Arrived the schooner Entbktoize, from Port Phillip. Ssre. 36— Sailed the Rebecca for King's bland. BOBillT TOWN SHIP KBWa, SepL-26— Arrived the Edpoju, Captain Miaoa, from London 17th May, ividl a general cargo, it Sept. 25— Arrived the barque Hope, Captain M'Cullum, from Liverpool, with a general ear,ju. Sept.. 28—Arrivcd the brig Ciuiua, from New castle, with sheep. I S«ne day— Arrived the brig Sibeh from Sydney. Same -Uy-^Arrr-e3 tlio barque 1*di- MiBV Vsl just, from Liverpool -and Kangaroo bland. Sept. 28— Arrived the barijue Duke of Yoiik, from London 25tb Feb. end Kangaroo bland.

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SECRETARY OF STATE'S ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

SECRETARY OF STATE'S ORDER. 11 Land ? It has been subject of wonder to ac count for the extraordinary manner in which Colo nel Arthur has continued, whenever it pleased him, to grant land, even allcr the oidcrsfrom the Secre tary or State, that no more should he given, but that the residue should le sold. Frequently has His Kxcellcncv listened to pretended claims, and awarded large tracts of land, whilst others, whose | claims have been most clear, have not received one inch ! Throughout his whole administration, the | land-giving power which he hus |MH&e-gctt- has been.! made instrumental in aggrandizing himself — and, although by that means hundreds of his creatures have been enriched — thousands of inde|-cndciit men have been duped — been ruined, believing at the time the blame attached to the Home Govern, ment, arid not to Colonel Arthur. TJic orders of the Secretary of State arc by Colonel Arthur se cretly hidden from public view ; had it been other wise, would he have ...

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THE PUBLIC INTERESTS AGAIN INCONVENIENCED BY A MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

THE PUBLIC INTEREST AGAIN INCONVENIENCED BY A MAGISTRATE! It is pretty generally known the estimation in which Mr. Mason is held. This unpopular Magistrate was charged by an old and respectable Magistrate, with gross perjury, and he attempted, by two actions at law, to disprove the charges. So determined is the public feeling against Mr. Mason, that notwithstanding a nominal verdict in his favor, upon the second trial, Magistrates cannot be made to sit upon the Bench with him, and as Colonel Ar- thur insists upon forcing him upon the public, the duties of the district upon which he is unhappily quartered, are, if not altogether suspended, very often inefficiently performed.   On the 1st instant, being licensing day at New Norfolk, parties mustered with their sureties from all parts of the district, to obtain licenses but as the law requires that several Magistrates should sit upon the Bench, to discuss the propriety of grant- ing licences, and none could be found to sit...

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

l*v RAMS, from (he Flocks of the V«oDiemen'«t.nd Company. 'fhe Company'! first Annual Sile of BAMS will take place at « Koss, on T**day,thoasi|i of October, at TweWe .ill submit to public competition, On. Hundred SAXON and Twenty in'GKETTI -'fUMS *f onB *nd lwo ,'„ 0|d, from the .well-known flocki ol Ly»nDieinen'»Und Company. £very Rint uffered for «ale will be warr anledf urp. Bach' L«t ?'' »» b'andK^on the horns tefcM leafing circular «ead -and, In ,h.$ecrioii, tbtwreiaHoja wilUem.de ,i»«irly ?? pMfWe °f equal «erit«nd WT«bm»-8 »»ontn»' credi»»o purchaser* «f£30,«md upwards.: ' 'LjmberS. 1836. Tobii 66W*-v I'ublic Auction, BY MR, UNDERWOOD, JSRokien^xS0** theSSthoi October, immedi £^eto*hesalesal«ad»«-»'«ti6ed1 ' ' T^» lead ofyoung Catti* 'onsistins «f «-««* ? J*fa^»^ «n«5«4 8-J«r*U ielfcni-thc 9 nU«»,i»-oal '? -p '?'- ?'. ? .?' . -- ,3 taoj*-roe ItficlnfeyMarei ?rfmiSi purch »»eni of twenty-five pounds «nd upwards, three months credit on approved bills. lobe Sold by Vubttc Auctio...

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

FROM THE GAZETTE. September. 22,: 1880. - COMMUTED PENSIONE9JI. fBE Lieutenant Governor wishes it; to le gene * rally made known, tliat ill consequence of the numerous applies! ions (hat have from time to time been scut in to the Government by the Commuted IYiuioncn., for Grants of J.und and otfltrrelief ; his Excellency has been pleased to direct a BoarU of Onicers to assemble at the Town Adjutant1, office on the 1st proximo, at 11 o'clock, to consider and. report upon theii claims. «. '. ' By Command, ?, puw. 11. Owrm, ' ' ? . , .Lieutenant A Toivn Ai'jutant. TpHE Lieutenant Governor lias bee^pmaaeil *«: X appoint 'the fullowiii|r Centl£mcn Justices of. the Peace for the Island of Van Oiemen's Land and its Dependencies : — Edward Uarry Owen, Esquire, John Foster, Esquire, and Henry Miller, Esquire. lly His Excellency's Command, . John Momtacc. ?JIFIE Lieutenant Governor lias been pleased to *? ap|nint Lieutenant Owen, J7th Regiment, to the command of the Mounted Police,, vice Lieu...

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Post Office, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 October 1836

ftast ©ffitf, Kflunniton. A Mail to Sydney per ' Enterprizt,' will dose at this Office on Saturday 8th instant. . A Mail to England.jier ' Elphinstonc,' will close at this office on Thursday ISth instant. ' - ? A. Wbiciitk, Postmaster. By the Arabian, we learn thut'uA'ain in the Mo ther Couatcy, were in a more settled state, and wore a more promising aspect, than for alcngth of time previously.' Tlir Commander of that vessel states, that Mr. Marshall, of Emigration notoriety —informed him, that Sir John Franklin was to cm bark on tnard the Buffalo, wliich vessel was des tined first, for thc'jiew settlement at.Spenccr's Gulf, wlicrc she would discharge passcngsers and freight intended for that plncc,aud proceed tin to thislsland with pur Governor. The Bvnru* was expected to sail in about a month after- the sailing of the Ahahiaw The finding of tb* Court Martial in the case of Sergeant Sweeney, of the 60th Regiment, was read upon parade, on Wednesday afternoon :— ?' The Court having m...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

NewMoon— 10th Oct— 18 tnU-'pnt Omftcmoou u,in |I~ VfiffJlSayllengthFCariBouation J [begin»endi| day | set. \ time. '?T«M* M 7 8012 4° 8 62 %*£

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High Water at Marnceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

liiflt) SEBuTat HVrntMtdn. ~B. «. ' H. M. Bgniay ..,.11 SO Wedwatday .. 1 45 Monday.... IS 15 Tliurtday..;.. 3 ' SO Tuesday.... 1 .0 Friday ..... 8 IS Saturday ? .-. 4 0 WW. Bi'tsun, Harbour Master,

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Court of Requests—Launceston. ELEVENTH SITTING FOR 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

Court of SUqutaM— launreMon. K1XVKNTH aiTTitfC *DH SB&fi. Plaints in Countiy cases— Saturday, October 22. Wtto in Tmra ditto— W«Jn-Mday,Octo«r 26. Coutt held-Saturday, Nortmber 6th.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

SIIIP '*SJK NEWS. Ocr. S—Anfreil the schooner Tainu, from PortUnd Bay and Pott fairy. i Ocr. 8— Arrived the Edwabo, Captain Jacobs, from Circular Head. I Oor: 8H»Ar*re4thtGroJi-i» from Portland Bay to fill *»? , noBiw towf »nnr -nsw». Oct. *3-Arriis«il the barque 8w*u»w, Captain Adam, from Mad**, 29th July, with agenem) c*r go and' iMNCUfiW! .iii . . . * ' ^ Oet-A^MikM^fU* Ao«mD«, for Port. Phillip; wth.vaiiou*j^s,«nd passengers. Oct. S—SaUeJtljeGiac, foe Launceston, with & eenci*lcaw-.r.£- .. i;0 -- ?

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MISCELLANEONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

MISCELLANEONS. Flogging Anecdotes. — The following laughable a:id highly characteristic anecdotes are from ' Par riana,' or sketches of the late Di. Parr :— ' He would sometimes be adayortwo without examining his scholars, but then on a sudden he would send for them, and in general they were sufficiently pre pared. Tom Sheridan was an unlucky wight. One day the Doctor was going to dine at Lord Dormer's. ' Now, Tom, 'he said, - I know you will do something in my absence that will deserve a flogging ; but I shall be tired when I return. Had you not better be flogged now ?' ? By all means,' replied Tom, 'for then 1 shall have a furlough for the day.' The Dr. laughed and set off upon liis visit.' 'Two of our present prelates, I believe, were at one time his pupils. One, at least, I am sure was ; Parr used to exult in the narrative or the sound birchings lie conferred on him ? rehearse it with his handt, and chuckle during the rehearsal. This very circumstance augurs well of the prelate'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

TOOK Sale at the Stores of the Undersigned, per J{. PAIiMER, Ei^S*'*'- ^'r r°»'wjnff,c'11oi« ?J**9a ff COACB BOILDEa AND HARNESS MAKER, WINES, received fionionc of the first Houses m J^oadon :— ; *?'* o1'* Brilliant Stretti, Claret in 2-dozen cases .. -J^AKES leavq to acquaint his numcrout kind . Tort 7 I supporters, that he has received, per lute ar Shcrry Vin 8-doien cases rivals, * supply of very superior London bent Lance Brnuti Madeira J .-...' wood Chaise Shafts, and Whalebone for ditto, ia Also, per Boiak^u Tiiun, and Jobs DoNscoiiB, gtead of iron plates, combining great elasticity with Pale and brown Brandy in hhds. equal safety, together with Springs, Steel, Patent . Brituji SJteet-Window Glass Leather, Vanishes, Colors, te. Pjjiiic. Irish Pojfo.aud ' H.F. has also great pleasure in being- able to Sydney. Beef. . . .,, . '. . . state, that having formed a connexion tvith a Lou i. EDDlE, 'WELSH & Co. don Agent, through whom he can depend on being pct._l,J8S6. supplie...

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Launceston Retail Price. Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

|Laumrtto» *ttaOi;f b«. Current. . . ?????? ^i-'afl*' ?? ? * ?. d. Ale,perthd. -»-^l-il Mcpefisma Ott 6 Barker ton 4-0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beerperhhd; '4'lfr « Coff«perlb tag 0 -0 10 Breadf 41h. loaf)0 0 8 Cheese per Ib. 0 1 0 Biscuit per cwt. MO OHams-perdo. 0 '1 -0 Butter per 1b. .0 S 6 Salt per ton 4 0 - O Salt ditto, ' 0 4 OSoapper ditto 45 0 0 Hams per M-. 0 2 0 I. Ftance sugar SS 0 0 Bacon per ditto 6-J 8 K.L do. per 1b. 004 Beefperlb. ^ « 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 fl Mutton per do. 0 0-7 Ditto Wpet lb- * 0-7 Foifcjei lb- ' t-'; « 8 Rbm/dutyjiaid) 0 IS 0 Veirpe. ditto-if* -gDMbiiibood ?? 0- 4-4 Chucolrte««lbO 4 OBfaaflydikypaiaOJS * «!««?*« ?ao.'^*' 4) l-itto|n bond . 0 S 0 Caudl«C«u-ttld»O 1 orilndutyvrid ;fl-lg-* Dithj-fdimJ-O 1 ,0 Ditto in bond 0. 4 0. BnumbiiAaVft a -C Ditto per lb. © - S 0 Oatrotaiperlb. 0 ; 0 6 Tobwcodo.bond« ;1 (0 Ha*,»Sf'ton ' i :0. flP»;do.ducjrpaidO * «» Hid*tich(avgO .7 OCigareperiioj. 4 '« 01 Hoiwwlb.... OS JO Port,. per down- S 2 0 Straw per lo...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1886. Marine Brpartment. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUWCESTOW V. Di LANP^SATUHDATi PCX; $, 18SC Liberty with danger - lo t-s tmtctnito «UTcry ' *'t'''^.'-r;':;J;;'i;uW.:, ' ' ' f|JqjJ|»f~Brpartmtnt. It kas come 40 our knowledge, that the Pilots recently engaged for the service of the River Tamar, are not treated in a manner commensurate with: their deserts; and we the more regret it, becalBe we are given to understand, that, to their eiertioni and ability, Must be' altogether attributed the im proved 'syrtem of .navigation in the Port. We have heard a great deal said about the necessity for «team 'boati upon' the tflamar— which, however desirable, we have neverjeonsidered an object of material moment. - The TaiuB is a much more difficult river toinavicate thanthe Tamar ; yet, cieepting in case* of parfic'ular erae'rgency, the assistance of rteam- j boaU U not reiiuired for thetowing of vessels, and -iavnSke^!!e^^5na^Sdofl^reTob7r«cUoTto another, and so on, unfit the whole number of 'ves sels in some part or other...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

' ??????., Co»n4«»rkrt^ - ^ - ;j Beyond tht'uiukltimm»ctitimftlir''t'o-rn consump tion; nothing jwhatfcfetris rlomg'in die Corn Mar-' ket. Tta price arWraurfc rather iinder our lad week-'s fluotitipns—for^oo* (anises, ftmay be real. lUed ; the ranrlet price, bD#^*-;r,ciuinot be quote*' higher than *-ain'iV8O-- Si. '94. per bushel. UiSr uv itiain'taiin'Wt WHS4*pricet— food samples alb seadiiy'purchaseu' t-T the maltsters at from ft to Gs 01 per bushel. Oits i'e'Ui\ at fc Growers would Ind difficulty in niak'ifig sale of any quantity (t above 4c 3d. ' ?? Kdt noiif ate.1) - inn ... ' ? Seco»d«do.l7».Jperl00'-6- J Little or nothing hat been done in the disposal «f either Colonial or. foreign produce since our last, and it would, be useless to occupy our space with » repetition of thep riees formerly quoted.— CouaieH, ocf..7. . ? ..... ?;/- ? It is quite impossible to make any correct quota tion of. the price of wheat. The large importation are of to inferior a quality, that they have no...

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post Office—Laneceston [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

ftaitOUiu— launtMunT ~ ' Mails are expeetet' to close: for Port Philip, {per K»M«oci»,-6n.Tut^iy, the 11th instant; for Port Philip} fptf K*mWtzi), ame day; for' England, (per EwmitfrrosltJ-, on Thursday, the Uthinstant. --? ? ' ? ? -. ' ' .A. yfRlGHTB, Pottmuiter. The changesInThe Variola depart inw(t» row spo ken of as certain an, Mt.'Hbne' as third Judge, M*m. C. W. T. Boyw -Md Cbaries Arthur, as CojsuniinoDeri of the Careat Board, ^ice Bone, re- : atored, and O'Connor, resigned ; Captain Forrter, ?I Commiaioner of the Court of Requests, and Chairman of the Quarter Setrions, Mr. Mawn, as Citjl Auditor of Accounts, and Mr. A. Murray, as Police Magistrate ct New Norfolk— -Colokui; Tjsws.' ?..--. ! Capuin King, as we team, fucceeds to the ardu ous- and important duties of Port Officer, which bate so'dong and so' ably teen performed by Capt Moriarty.--Cooaii». . i'i ? ' ,~ ' ' ', Attheaaleof GoifnuMntlanjU on Monday, pri ce* w»re in gtnera!4o#trt!j»iiat the prectdiniwles. , ©Dt lotoM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

I ,« *{\(\ dpfPSi QT'TjCLfUl ??*? ioweoK in Capital to £60,000, all parties who Premu rt/Oj/W'-^* ' ' ^ We taken the new Shares. ««« iwjuisted to p.* the, P'™' V ? r. ** ? -_„?' ' amount^' their ?jriitaiment to the Caihierr and ' - 24tl CAMPBEtt TOWS- ,. ' thoie who may be desirous to 'take' Shares are in- '* — ?M WfACMlCHABIi. formed, that the Urt will contiaueoiwh^dlTurther To&^h^nT''*'* '^ -:- '- «*#-? *&* ??'' ? 'K fJ fotew ^^^;;:^^^^^- ? ? __ & ' A* ff? WHS -^ ' ^ IC. ? WO*IC«.. ??-? :r -i,- tk«e , i»no- sTidtst,H0B'/iKTTOVTf, 'PHE Untersigiie^bepio request thoM who ere -P»ttoi ^'''^^'oCTOBER jfcWp' ' V '? indebted toTe^STATE ot # JateW, »™« 0N^AT-1^£fu,S?;^* ' Gwso«H*itaTOK/^ pay their ac^untiirorth-: «?-«'. Al °' VhChMrSttnh*. :'-'!i- ? ««thAhi«Shop. Brisbane Street, and give, notice Bn ? nnnlun of (hat ALIUUalliyvn grantisd by any. derk;oi clerks employed pn the ?.,VK»J? RSrJlTB. »itil»tell«tC8mp- Estate,' and that no person it authorised to give ;trl...

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