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

POSTPpN^P-AiE OF A TOWji Aiim; OF ( . £ I., .. «-ws. „??-..-?;.., , To hi Soli -by Public Audwn. \ BYi«i.: J. A. EDSIC, At bisJlarfinSt.-Jolin-»tr«t,onMo»oa7tneJ7th ' '? inst.rat J o'clock precisely, ' 1 »7 High-bred and perfeMiy quiet Mrrxn *?' COWS, well calculated for the use of families, Aeing vied ]to Town' feed. ;';-??? *tso, ?.???? Six heifers and six steers- .~ A verjrsupcrior gig and saddle hone; * * - AMiorst cartj nearly new. . '' -;? ?_. To be febld by. Public : Auction, B* *JR, UWDERWOOD, 6n WED3ESDAT next, the 12th Instant, at One orciotk, at his BOOMS, the following' GBKE^, black and Poluch bh»a doths,pnnwd musljlu, prints, corduroy jackets knaHrowsers, waistooatiAg,' drugget, rajHtodfUlieitrillerJ^liirts, , binge*, coloring,- brushes, cliecKtKaU oe cologne, calico,. pea and monkey jadttts, Suck frocks and : trowsen, preserved 'apples, cloves, and a'' large ' variety of jother articles. ?'*? ? ' ' ' : : :' j ? -Tattn. ?-- ..u-Z ? Thr^e inonthi' ciedit Upuf«Wietkof.£lS...

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Port Phillip. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

Port Phillip. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle. SIR,--Much discussion having arisen with respect to our right of possession to Port Phillip--I enclose you some extracts from the learned Knickerbocker's Work on New York, which I think will set that question for ever at rest— I am, Sir, your's obe- diently, WOUTER VAN TWILLER.   New York. "The question which has suddenly arisen is — what right had the first discoverers of America to land and take possession of a Country, without first gaining the consent of its inhabitants, or yielding   them an adequate compensation for their Territory ? a question which has withstood many fierce assaults, and has given much distress of mind to multitudes of kind-hearted folks ;— and, indeed, until it be to- tally vanquished and put to rest, the worthy people of America can by no means enjoy the soil they inha- bit with clear light and title, and quiet unsullied consciences.     &nbsp...

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UNITED BANKING COMPANY OF, AUSTRALIA AND VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. CAPITAL.£600,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 October 1836

UNITED BANKING COMPANY OF AU- STRALIA AND VAN DIEMEN'S LAND CAPITAL, £600,000.                         h soliciting the attention orthe t-UDiic,»otJie«br- 1] mation of,* Bank,- under the above title.) whose,)] operations will be confined exclusively Jo. the t«-. a ouiet in whicli its Uranehcstvill be cttah)lslied, it is 1 deemed 'superfluous 'to discuss the superiority of 1 Joint Stock Companies over all others, for the pur- I pose of Banking; the keal of public approbation I laving been too (irmly affixed to the system to require I further illustration. -. . 1 The necessity for such en establishment as the I present, and the probable advantages to those who I embark in it, are now the sole objects torconsidens- I tion. I , The increase of population, Commerce, and I Wealth, of these Colonies, is great and rapid beyond I all prec...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Go trje iEDitor. . st* 8m,— Can .you inform the subscribers to tit L fund for building a Chuuch at Evindiu, what n$ has become ef the money subscribed ? I' ?' EN0.DI8EB..' toS Evandale, 4th Oct. 1816. L . Can any of our readers afford, thr infoimatiou '' ' required by Emo.dirba? Not knowing who was * ' Treasurer, we cannot answer the question ? Alio [Ed.CC] I

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Quarter Sessions, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Quarto Stitiont, Enuiwriton. I' ? Kotive is hereby -Given, that the COURT of L GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the | PEACE, will be holden by adjournment, at tbe I COURT HOUSE Launceston, on Wednesday, the I 19th Day or October instant, at 10 o'clock in the H Forenoon, for the trial or Free Persons, and on |, Saturday, the 32nd, at eleven o'clock in the Foie- I ' noon; for the- Jpurpose or settling the Jury List for P the District rof Launceston, when all .persons in- I terested are requested to attend. if M. KENNEDY, f Clerk of the Peace |»

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Go tt)t Etitor. t Srn— Observing in part of the charges against I Sergeant Sweeney, by Mr. Clark, that he says, I ?' I consider drawing the bayonet an assault ;' does Lit he consider tbe knocking a man down, or the break- E^ ing his arrowy any of his convict constables, an as- u sault? ',, b Tours, j A ComriXT Bjudei. to Sif temper 88, 18j»6. ? j

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Post Office—Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

$odt ©ifict— immceSton. MAILS are expected to close as follows :— To England per Eltuujstoke, possitively on Thursday, tbe 20*h instant. To Port Phillip, per Enteefrize, an Saturday, the S2na instant. To England perGuusa, on Tuesday theSfth instant. : To Port Phillip, per Enterprise, on Saturday the 22nd inst, A, WftlGHT, Postmaster.

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SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENT.—A BLACK CRANIOLOGIST.—A LECTURE ON HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

BCnUVTIFZC it\9VAIfCBMENT.-A BLACK CRANIO. ' J.OQSlTr--AlECXmiE ON HEADS. Cemhxnikd LiDi--.lt babbeeW'mid by tome lllosfer dat nigger hah no intlect— dis a libel on Corramity, at -well as upon him childer, for we're all from de same stock, and bab but one great fader — and whj for. him not givesame intlectto him black as to him white childer P Cemmcn and lady, he bob pven just de same, only dem rascally' white more selfish den Mark, and want to keep berry ting to demselves. Dis no longer 'low'd, gemhieu and lady, and de same 'mancipation which gib us right to return Member to Parliament gib us fight to cultivate dem science which tend to enlarge dc human mind; 'Tit on dis 'count, gemmen and lady, I am enable to 'dirst you on de subjec of CBunouwv, which take its name from de J-alin word CntKioti, which mean read— and me no tec icoson why not call Heinology, wliich would be just as good name, and more to de understanding of dem people what not Latin scholar ; but den dem fillosfer, b...

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Court of Requests—Launceston. ELEVENTH SITTING FOR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Court at «UqurtW-launteBtott. BWVHiTB errriKc foe 1886. J-l*l(itJ id Count!}- iota-. Saturday, October 22 Ditto in Town ditto— Wednesday, October 26. Couit held— Saturday, Npvember fith.

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High Matter in Larnceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

feiglj tjBattr at ianuriitoii. *? ?? n. n. Sunday .... £ 45 j Wednesday , , j 4J Monday,... 6 ' 80 i Thursday ? 8 80 Tuesday.... 7 0 I Friday ? 9 15 Saturday ? 10 0 .:,.: La %*? BtritiK, Harloir Master.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

. ?.awKtttan Mttattgntt Current. *..«. a. . * »? d. AJe.perMi/l. 8 0 0 Ale per doien 0 12 6 B»rk per ton 1 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beerperklnl. 4 10 0 Coffee per Ik bag 0 0 10 Breadrtlb. loaf)0 0 6 Cheese per Ik. 0 10 Biscuit per ewt. 1 10 0 Hams perdu. 0 10 Butter per Ib. 0.2 6 Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 3 0 Soap per ditto « 0 0 Baimperlb. 0 8 0 I. France sugar 55 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 II E. I. uo. per 1b. 0 0 4 Beef per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 7 Pork pel Ib. 0 0 8 Bum (duty paid) 0 IS 0 Veal pei ditto O 0 8 Ditto in bold 0 4 4 Chocolate per IbO 5 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Chceie per -do. 0 1 0 Ditto inland 0 6 0 CandlesfmouldsO 1 fl Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Eggs per dozen 0 2 0 Tea pcrciiest 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 1 0 Bay per ton 5 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 8 8 Hides eachfavgO 7 0 Cigars per boi 4 4 0 Hope per Jb. , 0 ,...

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THIS EVENING'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

THIS EVENING'S MAIL. .?.JtteConajJR.^iDliiDsji jproetline, under the head of ?? Mr. Mister1* tmxhaV' which appears to us to %e«n impudent attack upon the Military Serriee. We have not time to read it attentively, tot if it U what it teems to tn to be, upon a cur wry glance, we can only repeat what we have often ?aid before, that Mason is well worthy of Colonel Arthur, and Colonel Arthur well worthy of Mason. Colonel Snodgraa has Arrived at Robart Town, to relieve Colonel Aithur, although the Tashihum states that he wilr not go until Sir John Franklin arrives. (Fudge.) Two more Magistrate* made— probably to sit with the (logger of Greenwood Mont. Aftkin ? and Burr. Mr. J. C. Underwood '« Keense at Auctioneer, is gazetted. The Francis PttraNC vrilitA yesterday at Hobart Town, 12 dsiyifroiii Sydney-rotate arrivals therefrom Eng land. Bishop firoughton bad been appointed to a ?eat In the Executive; considered a sure sign or the speedy recall of General Bourke. The 'removal of Mr. Riddle...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Corn Market. No alteration in the Cora Market. Prices as iast quoted. There i« little alteration in the prices of Colonial produce since our last. The wheat market is very dull. Some purchases of potatoes, hay, lit, bate been made for the Sydney market this week, but may be quoted as before. Wheat continues low, but very few transactions have been made since our lust. ' OaU retail at 7s. 6d. per bushel. Potatoes are teeming lo look up in price. MiRKRT Prices, New Wumr 12th Oct. 1886. — Wheat per bushel, 6s. to 6s. 6d. j oats noun ; bar leyfit. to 7t^-CotoaUiu -

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Notice to CnrtespoiiOtntB, ' X.'upon Banking— not to the purpoke. ' Ad Libitum'.' next week. ' A Mariner'? is in type. « Dassaliana'— not admissible ;— what business the . gentleman alluded to has effected with the Go . vemor, is immaterial to the Public, The communication upon the subject of Sir John Harvey, Bart — isjnstponcd for the came reason that others in the came hand-writing, and upon . tie tame subject, have been. We hare two sepa rate chains of information about that gentleman . and the gang he belonged to, but we require ohb UKK to unite them, which we have yet failed to obtain.

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Shasta of ti)t fHoon. First Quarter— 17th Oct.— 15 mts.past 11 afternoon Knn Isim 1 C'ay'lbay llcujjUi] Day lEquation Oct. J™ .*£ ligtt lifihJ of. LlecruJ of ' ? I |begin-lends| day | Ms. \ time. ;MJt,'M* 4 i13 S8I4 10i'oc7£

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Co H)t CBitor. Sir — I am happy to pcrcmc by \ourlaxt number that the tlupp-.ige u( the THmur Bank nat ?-!' vciy bhort durntion, and not occasioned by cmbai raw. ment of itt uflain. 1 have ntivayt bi'en uf opinion, that liaukiug in thew Colonies mutt, if properly conducted, be rscecdingly profitable; and there cannot be a doubt that the Tamar Bank bus been doing a veiy lucrative busiiiett. It it much to be rcgicttcd, that any jealousy, or other ill feeling should Mitt lietween the two Hunks in this town ; not only mi their own urcount, hut alto on that of the Public, who are put V° great in conveniono; thereby. If the Directors of then: &tahlikbmenti- were to reflect fur uihs moment, they would ditcuver.tlial the fomenting tiidi feudb it injurious in many poiuu.of view to their iudivjdual and collective prosperity, and that of the community at large. , One.j«f my most intimate friends, wbo«ppcart to bepreuy well acijuajiited with llaiikii.'g, narof opinion, that the tliMiigo...

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ARISTOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

AHISIOrttyCT. ' Hit the glorious dittinction'sf thepretett *}mer that tbe people are rising day fcy4a-r into importance, hymiiiof tbe Ubnuing^pdlP- wlikh 4«y aw SinSrupwJinwWjge. &- rn*iWuIfcction' wUclluirWritbr common spirit £f the country-^ XCTSinft' nuae ' 'H ? ?*?»»' '*«*?*»?? awaMawIe; they do not w-w«tiiwtk#Vw current «T Ufttaotemporar/jretitity, and let it Ml asleep ?phi i» douWe dullness and inertness, when tbe ?osmtaiy excitement be put. Ah aim higher and ooblw than ever yet beamed upon any people, Uuow brcskuKr in burning light upon the people of Eng land: feey are feeling low nature has conitituted iken forthe struggle which they We before then, m4 they an up and tackle on their armour ; they A dearly the obstacles which -are opposed to their progress, and they ate preparing to put them aside, ((?with a view to the destruction of .those obstacles, than to the making a clear road for themselves. The men of straw—the scarecrows, which power kupUoed in every (eld .o...

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SCENE IN A FRENCH PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

— ^—iWff SCEKK IN A FRENCH PRISON. Our hero was one day in the court, as usual, when a prisoner was bi ought in by two men upon a bro ken wooden couch, aud laid down in a corner apart from the other inmates or the prison. He was re- I duced to a skeleton. Ilis breath came from him in [ tboit convulsive gaspings. He had no coat upon lib back, and his tattered shirt hung about his body in tiireds. He was filthy to the last degree, and his shrunken countenance was rendered more ghastly by the dirt with which it was ' o'crpatched.' He seemed a young man scarcely beyond bii twentieth . year, yet in bis countenance was expressed more than the ordinary sum of misery of a long life. He did not utter a word, as be was borne by two under gaolers to the court, where they placed the hard couch upon which the state victim was lying, and seated themselves bclund him. Anxious to know die natuic of this young; man's crime, Dillon addressed himself to a tall well-looking person near him, with large ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

Co tljt gutter. Sir, — Ohscrying in your papcrafeiv weeks since, the severe manner in which the Police Magistrate treated a Ticket of leave man, he going to a public house fur the puiposc of taking a measure Ear a pair of boots. I with to put )ou in ponestion of a few facU, which you will allow.are very disgraceful. Tbe District Conttablc who laid, tbe charge, and was the means of Incarcerating the poor fellow in the cell, vtHtcd to him, the Ticket of Leave man, when le kiucd,'l hiii eUrcmcly tony tg have beeo the means, mid knowing you to be an industrious man, to take you from your home and family, but, you know 1 was obliged, to punish^ you— to .bring die Publican up, who has been ctpres»ing himself very disrespect ful of the Chief CauKtalilc— he— (he Chref. wiu de termiued to brin|;liyu'up liefwe thfi-4'«lice 'Magis trate, and fine him for allowing you 'to be there.' Cany.u believe it, AJj.pditor, I was^vummoned to appear nt the Police Oj%e,|:at ten o'dook ; to an swer charges— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 15 October 1836

SAMS BY AUCTION. Cmpottant to ^utilicand. ,t To.be.sfildjty Public Auction, k BY Skit. JT. A. EDDIC, „ On Monday, tbf S4th Instant, at 1 o'clock, st Ht u Huonis in St. John-street, the following selection sl of Wines and Spirits : — j, SIX Hundred gallons of Cape wine 600 gallons red ditto 10 hhds. porter *] 60 dozen bottled port wine , 50 ditto sherry - SO ditto claret 0 20 ditto ale A few casks Burton ale Cases of gin, out and in bond f Rum, brandy and whiskey, out of bond And a few eases Champagne. ^ itso, A quantity of best flour, rice, sugar, tobacco, ~ slops, .-(Mluric-house furniture, glass, and a variety I of articles to suit publicans and families. T- ? : ' At SALS AT LONGFORD. ?.?win ? n To K-e Sold by Public Auction, BY MB. UNDERWOOD. At the house lately occupied by Captain Smith, st Longford, Norfolk Plains, on THURSDAY, Srd Nov., at one o'clock, without reserve, rpHE following wcii-sciectcd MERCHANDIZE, Prints, bed ticking, damask table cloths Blue jackets and trowsers ...

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