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SELECT POETRY. To a Dead Body. IMPROMPTU. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

SBL'ECl POETRY. Co a Statl ?3cton. Fare Ihee well 1 Some honri ago Thou wrrl a tiling of life, Thai liv'd. and breatli'd, aud spake, and »aw, Upon (Ills shore oft Irife : But now, a load of lifeless claj We cast lb.ee from our sight. ' Fare tbee well 1 The grave must cleso On reaturrs once revered. And ere another sun has rose, Thou wilt have di-au|tvared* Hid from the sight of luntevhonow Beud o'er thy cold and marble brow. Fare Ihee well ! Death snatches nil The parlnera of our way, And thoie whom we most clearly lo»e. Lie with their kindred clay, Far from the light and vital air j Tbc worm their sole companion there. Fate ihee well ! A few short jean. Anil we shall have to die i Like thine. our wishes, hopes, and fears, Wrapt in the shroud must lie, Like tliee.pior creature I we tlieu sqall era ve But the cold shelter of a grave. 1 Fare Ihee well I Till from the sky. Yon fated orh- shall fall ; Aud wrapt in deep eterniiy. One grav* shall cover all;— Till angel tramps ill coming t...

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SIR CHARLES FLOWER, BART. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

SIR CHARLES FLOWCR, BART. Sir Charles Flower, who died lately at his house in Russell square, was one of the most extraordinary characters that have appeared in the obituary for many years. His fa' her kept a small cheese and butter shop in Uoundsditch, and was a person in such narrow circumstances, and ofsuch contracted mind, as never to throw away a thought upon the education of his son, who laboured away in the butter, bacon and cheese line, with so accumulating a spirit, lhartie soon outran the other little dealers in these articles, and was enabled to pay the market ready money prices, which threw all competition quite into the shade. Although Sir Charles could scarely write his name, he had a most wonderful accurate knowledge of all the accounts in the various departments of trade in which he afterwards became so extensive, and was able, with the greatest nicety, toca - culate Ihe profits upon any article in which he dealt, although, to a book-keeper, the details might appear ...

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Right Water at Launccsion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

Hiigij Winut at Eaunuitoit. n. u. h. M. Sunday ? II 451 Wednesday .- 2 0 M-n-lay ? 12 S« Tlinriday '.... 2 45 Tuesday.... 1 16 | Friday .* ? 8 15 Saiurday ? 4 0

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

NO 1 ICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. To our sswrai Correspiiudeots upon the subject of the Wheat Maiketi, we retirj our thanks. We are t-lca-fd to nhurre that Bur ' mtimu , cfthctplrt' areonnsiiletedenrrect. It requires n« very mperior intellect to di«rocer, that in a amall community like nnr«, and in 'Be country where but fbrtlie newspapers, tho greatest por. lion of the Settlers would Ire tallied in Hie mom positive ignorance of passim; evenin, Hint theraiui:, should have produced (lie effect. We entertain our original opinion In the matter, . and wilhont intending (as we have before yaid) to dictate, caution our agricultural friends, not to be miKlrd with reports that «re clrciila ?ed to answrr the endaof a few cppculalois. ?« Evangetlt' is nut anl«d to our columns. The writer can seek an answer tohisqnrstions from the Church Miuister. We are neither aMc nor willing to pass a correct judgement. ?? £nn«fr«r' is informed, in reply to his Intcroija lion, that In 1H87, Karl llolfutnif wai Seo...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE,LAUNCESTON,V. D. LAND, SATURDAY,APRlL 25,1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. IiAUWCiJSTOK, V. D. LAND,SlTirRDAY,ApiilL2.5,\$S&. We liave been favored with an Ex - tract from a private Letter from England, which will be found in another column, and we think will be interesting to our Cornwall Brethren. Common sense must justify a hope in every breast that at no very distant period the Seat of our Go vernment mutt be removed to this side. 1 1 cannot be possible that Hobart Town can be much longer continued the grand depot forOovcrnmcntfWhen the evlremc sterility of the land inilsvicinitVi and neighbouring country, causes it to he insufficient to produce the necessaries for the consump tion of its establishment, and the Inhalii tants. Tor a considerable period much of the meatslaughtered there,— has been rear ed on (his side,and, wo believe, we are not incorrect instating, lint, bat for the corn produced in this division of the faUnd, the foreign imports toHobartTown would from necessity be much larger than they arc. We wish the Inha...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

snip \ftfaE news. Arm l 2*— Sailed the trboorier FlisabclKCap ? loin Hart, fur Sydney. . Cargo Colonial produce. Paweugen. Mrs. Burnt, Misi 11 mm, ami 0 e'llIJi i n, W. ISirmiiigliiim, J. Buckley, M. JoiepU» ?ail Mr. J- Biowii. Ai'tit 21— Sailed the schooner Enterprfee. Caula-u Huucer, lor Sydney. Cargo, Colonial l'roriuce. lh; Cygnet and dndromedafot London are still in me River.

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Launceston Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

ilaunaiton iBria Current [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] andcorhectedtiihday. COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ c d. £ *. d. Alp.nprhhd. 4 0 0 to 0 0 0 Baric per ton 3 0 0 to 0 0 0 Beer per Irad. 4 0 0 -« Urrad 'per lib loaf o 0 0 to 0 0 8 Biscuit per cwt. 1 10 0 to 1 15 0 Butler per Ib -fresh f scarce) 0 3 0 Ditto, ditto,— aalt 0 2 0 Bacon per Ib u I 1 i« v 1 o Beit pcrlb .. 0 0 6/c Million per Ib 0 0 6 to Poikiierlb 0 0 7 Veal per Ib 0 0 0 Cliuculateptrlb(Conxen()O S 0 to Clieeie per Ib 0 O 8 to 0 1 0 Candles per Hi— mouldi 0 0 8 to 0 0 9 Ditto, di'to-dipi 0 0 8 to 0 0 0 Eggs per -lnzen . 0 2 0 Flour per 100 u»— n.ier.lWeridge'iij 0 18 0 Ditto, ditto— secuiid. 0 15 0 Flour per lOO!b«— fine (Flexman's) 0 13 0 Ditto, dilio-6econU»,(ilo.) 0 id 0 Bran per bushel 0 10 Wheat per ditto 0 0 0 (a 0 0 6 Barley per dillo O 4 0 to Oata per ditto 0 2 B to 0 3 0 Oa'meatnerlb 0 0 0 Hey per on 2 10 0 to Hid tseacli (average) 0 7 0 to Hips per III O 2 0 to 0 0 0 Hams per ditto 0 1 2 to 0 1 3 Straw per lu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

MARRIED— This morning, Thomas Ma son, Esq., Assistant Police Magistrate at Hobart Town, to Abey, eldest daugh ter of Major Wellman.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

knots ran HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, 7th April, 1835. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Angus Mackay, Esquire, to be a Justice of the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's Land, and its Dependencies. By His Excellency's Command, John Montagu. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary'* Office, April 13, 1835. A Ticket of Leave has been granted to William Patterson, Bussorah Mer chant, for having conveyed information   which led to the capture of Jeffkins and Brown, armed Felons, and Bush Rangers. By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 15, 1835. THE Lieutenant Governor has directed it to be notified, with a view to the public convenience of persons residing within the limits undermentioned, that they are in future to apply in matters of Police to the Assistant Police Magistrate, residing at Hamilton. ' Bounded on the north by the northern boundary of...

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CAPE GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

CAPE GOOD HOPE. By the Hertey from (he Capo of Good Hope, we have reeeived ti\e South African Advertiser, up to the I4th February. The Caffer War was terminated without the extent of suffering to the Colonists that had been first anticipated. ' A great deal of parly feeling seems lo exist amongst the inhabitants of the Cape Towns, which we very much regret to say, is kept alive (and most likely was caused) by the Mis sionaries. This'is bail taste on the part of the Professors of lltligion ; it proves them unworthy to discharge the duties of their holy offices, and ought nol to be permitted by the Government. When men, wliouc duty it i«. to sooth and allay any private or public bickering, prefer to feed it, they become a nuisance to society, and deserve the punishment of traitors: — Our prediction nflant week lins bpen happily fulfilled. TlieColnnvliii'bi'Mirirer.liiallychMiiMl of tlie enemy. Bnrinir llie wmk ini:viouslo tlio date of tilt: fat'nt inlflMVncr, only a flrapgler here and...

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Dhascs of the moon. New Moon —28th day, 10 mts. past 7 morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

ipijascs or tTjt {Hoou. NewMnnn— 28'h d.y, 10 mis. past 7 miming. &l=E|=i|--f,h-i'!|?.ri'|s.?j|i!? cl«el*«|c'ilc^ll~clgi'lfi5 = wlesjjs e| 5 20 1 ja « j to io | « »'| J,'|['.'I;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

SALES BY AUCTION, SALE NORFOLK PLAINS. To be Sold by J'uMic Auction, BY MR. G.CATHCACir, I On the Premises of Mr. Kilson, in the T-mm- shlp of Norfolk Plains, the Proprietor I lenting ihr. Dhlrirl, on Monday the itli of Jlfa.V, at 12 o'clock precisely, rritlwut re serve, »pHE WHOLE STOCKIN-TR AD E. x Three bay trlrlltus A quill il}' of pigs From 4 tn Stum nf hay' i A quantity of snwei timber A few piiine milch cuwa and calves Four bullocks %3T Terms will be nude known at tlie time ; of sn'e. ?JHr. Cfitljrnvt, T.krs -he liberty of mstestinj to I, in Friends mid other* in the iciclili nrliodrt nf Norfolk Plains, that (lie pros, nt tale i-p sents ?n cILihle opportunity lor the disposal of any Stock wbinb (lii-y mitlit fpel devious to ' pin with, and he legs to assure thorn ofliis ' utmost «'Kertioiis, in case bis services thould ' be required. ? JHr. Cartjcart, Bfgi leave to state, he intends establishing A SALE YARD, In the Township of Norfok P ains, as an ar. commodation to Setllets ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

freight & Passage. HiFor Leilh Direct^ -— * The fine frfsMniJinE Ba'qne ~2NH. ' LOCU1EL,' jtfftWWi 300 ions register, Captain Tno fSgjgWifl. mas Mittens, will sail from lisfsSjQ Lnunws'tta for the above port, («llhercnrto bring engaged) on the first of August. This vessel lisa superior accOmmoda lion for passengf rs, and pas-nee money m -. derate. Apply -o Ja«. F, St-ntiD, Hobait Town, or hce 10 ilie undersigned, where e plan of the cr bin may be teen. KERR, ALEXANDER, * Co. Launceston Wharf, 18 h April, 1636. for London Direct. j£». The fine f«rt--»i1ing Clyde built galBggjL 274 tons rcgis'lr, Captain thw fcg$s53SHp CAN M'At.FiN. will immediate ly despatch for the *ho»e porltali 1'' cargo beine engaeed). Her accommodation for passengers are «i- icrior. Apnlv 'o FECR, ALEXANDER,* Co. Launceston Wharf, 18th April, IE36. For &ycr*ey, . .-rts,,. Toe finefastep'iiot Er'santlne, 'jjigft 'CURRENCY i^SS.' #j§5|g* Joseph Kind, commander, will SBaggSQ. cil for (lie pliove i,o...

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IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

IMPORTED GOo DS. Aleperlibd 0 0 0 le Ditto per dozen 0 12 0 te o 12 0' Brown stout (Taylor**) 0 12 0 to 0 12 0 Coffee porlb by the bag 0 0 K to 0 0 10 Cheese per Ib . 0 0 8 to 0 1 0 Hams per ditto 0 I 0 to 0 1 S Sail per ton 0 0 0 to 7 0 0 Soapperdillo 40 0 0 to Ditto per Ib to 0 0 5 nujjar per Ion 28 0 0 to Dillo ditto,-fine East) inn - . India J ? ~ ?* Ditto ditto— ppi lu fling; to 0 0 4 ni.rndiito— perlb. loal O 0 7 to 0 0 t) Rum in band, per gaPon 0 4 0 to 0 ♦ 6 l-iii» duly paid, petd.ltoo 13 0 to 0 14 O Bandy ill bond, pe'diuo 0 5 0 to 0 6 C Pinoiliitt p.ild, iierdiitu 0 IH 0 to 0 20 0 Gin in bond, per ditto 0 4 0 to 0 4 6 Ditto duty (iaid, per dkioo IB 0 to 0 «U 0 Tea par chest A 0 0 to 0 O 0 Ditto pcrlb to it 2 6 Tobacco in bond, pprlb 0 0 10 to 0 I 0 D.tto duly paid, pei Ib 0 S 0 to 0 3 0 -'iuaispei box 3 S 0 Vim-gar per ga'lon 0 6 0 to Vims— I'oil per dnten to 2 2 0 Diiio per gallon to Old O MaJehapt-rdnz- to 1 16 0 Phnrrj pPr rfitio to I 10 0 Ditto per gallon to 0 10 o Cwu...

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THIS EVENING'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

THIS EVENING'S MAIL. Major Deare, to be Commandant at Launceston, and a J. P. An order for a general decent mourning for the Duke of Gloucester, to commence to-morrow. A report of the Board of inquiry as to the loss of the Goerge the Third, and the names of the Survivors. Tenders for the supply of fresh meat at George's River. The ships Vibilis and Bachelor, have arrived at Hobart Town— the former from London on the 18th Dec . the latter from Liverpool 14th Dec., with passengers and . general cargoes. The Mars, Norvaf, and Laviua, We're . on the point or tailing, (or Launceston, direct from London, with 'goods and pas sengers. The Spcnce, Mcdway and En clianlrcst from London 'or Hubart Town, moy be expected daily. Wheat is rising. The nversge price may now he quoted at from t--. 9i. to 7s. 6d.,— muitun 5r). per Ib, The E« porn from Hobnrt Town during the quarter just ended, amount to ?£02,065. Olo nmr.ET— One piisonpr, named Aniier. ton, on hearing li!» fenlence, (IS inomlis' liar.l...

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LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND,SATURDAY,APRIL.25,l835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND,SATURDAY,APRlL 25, 1836 The melancholy loss of the ship George the Third, at the entrance of D'Entrecas teaux's channel, will operate against the commerce of this Island generally. It cannot be believed by strangers when these losses are suffered so frequently to occur, that they ought not to occur. Ship owners and underwriters are not satisfied when they are told that the loss of each a ship would not have taken place, if— a buoy or beacon had marked the situation of the danger on which it happened. The natural enquiry, then, is, why are not buoys and beacons placed where they are required ? Why are not the rocks at the entrance of our I'orti, properly pointed out ? They are perhaps fewer in number, and less dangerous, than at the entrance of any known port, and could be beaconed or buoyed for Uule or nu expense. Tlie neglect is unpardonable, and reflects the greatest disgrace upon the Authori ties. It is a well ascertained fact, that the Pake of Kent would no...

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Extract of a Letter from London, received by a latearrival:- [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 April 1835

Extract of a Letter from Lon don, received by a late arrival :— -"I hear at the Colonial Office, that   Launceston will, at no distant period, be the capital of Tasmania, and that orders are about to be sent out to erect no more Public Edifices at Hobarton (beyond those already approved of), that the removal of   the Seat of Government may be accom plished with as little sacrifice of capital as possible." ____ The Infant School is to be immediately commenced under the superintendence of Mr. John Anderson Brown. Building seems to be the order of the day —and it is gra   tifying to observe, that attention is paid not only to durability and convenience, but to ornament. A prettier structure, than that of Mr. Eddie's, in St. John Street, is not to be found in the Town. Upon a small site is obtained very great accommodation, and the external appear ance has been equally considered with the convenience. The old fashion of cover ing, with perfect hove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 May 1835

FROM TUB BOBART TOWN GAZETTE. A PROCLAMATION of Hii Etcellenoy, **? notifies the sale of the following Crowa Lands : — Lot Acres Periiha I 130 Queenboro' Parish 1 400 Aruudel ParUli 1 100 ditto 1 100 -1i,t« t 100 ditto * 100 ditto ! 740 Sp.ing Hill Parish J eao . diuo \ eao ditto 1 640 Canning Pariifc 1 . 177 Carlton Parish 1 £40 di.to 1 «00 Native Hut Rivulet ? 67fl Abersnvenny Parish i t-40 Porlescue Parish 1 0-M Malmsbury Parish I 640 ditto 1 C4(l Ban Ion Parith 1 C40 ditto 1 640 Cornwall's Parish I «40 Durham Parish 1 300 Gihh's (Visit 1 «*0 Milton Parish 1 640 ditio 1 640 ditto J 248 Abercromuy P«ri* J 1O0O ILcunoa PflHsh 1 CIO ttamsbury Parish 1 760 ditto 1 609 ditto } 640 tierney parish 1 722 ditto J 780 . ditto J 640 Cunningham Parish J 800 Coumy of fenih,oke ) 1441 E*kd.le Pa ish J ? 61O Break-uVlay H,W J 640 ditto J 640 ditto \ 640 .'-outh Esk River \ 640 dii'o * 640 ditto * 610 d.lto : 640 nit a .' C40 ditto { 610 ditto , 640 ditto } 640 ditto J 640 ditto J 640 ditro J 64...

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SELECT POETRY. THE DEATH OF THE ELDEST BORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 May 1835

SELECT POETRr. THE DEATH OP THE ELDEST BORN. Slowly waned away the iiight-»nd o'er Ilie chain ber'fl cluiitn* The sinking lamp's expiring light— sbed tbedlm ntii uf ihr tomb / And all m hnsh'd within, save the dying nf feitt't grata. Or Die wind against the easement jital'd with ttd end kiiUru moan : The emtalo'd drapery hung Id many a graceful fold O'«r the silken coucb where dying la; the yooth ful and the bold. It call a darker shade o'er that sad and aolemi. scene, Where sunk the nothingness tbat once bad man hood been ) Upon the table stood Ilie lamp— the cup-the phial— all Wilted could mitigate the left dread pan; or fleeting breath recall.. And with open leaf ouistretch'd, there lay upon the cnthlon'd Wait. The Holy B.iok to chaiie the gloom— of death and 01° despair. In a dark recess afar there stood, a (light vase Sll'd with 0.i»ers, Vluck'd by the hand of her be lov'dfiom fragiaut jasmin bowers; They were withered, aye, and strewn about the darkly covcr'd floor, (Fur the f...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 May 1835

ENGLISH NEWS. We are indebted to the Jatmanian, for the following English intelligence :— ' The Dake'' has formed his Adminis tration. He has placed Sir Robert Peel at its head, and its ' taiC is composed of tbe most heterogenousniassof Tory leaven, aoivn to the very dregs of Treasury ?? Hack-Ism' with which Britain could by possibility be insulted. We have with some pains collected llie whole set, so as to exhibit them to our readers, to the third subaltern degree. We believe the follow ing will be found correct, up to the 22d December. Some subsequent shifting* of the parts may take place, but ihedramatit persona will be much the same Sir K. Peel— First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord Lyndhurst-Chancellur. Lord Rosslyn- President of Council. Lord Whsrnc'iff*— Privy Seel. Duke of Wellington— Foreign Secretary. M . Goulburn— Home Secretary. Lord Aberdeen— Colonial Secretary. Mr. Herries— Secretary at War. Lord Maryborough— Post Master General. Sir H. Hardi...

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