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[?] news. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836

SpUiirj) Jlrtntf. Sdpremk Codrt.— A case x-! come imrmitance to indented wrvants was tried at the Supreme Court yesterday. The circumstances of the case were shortly these. The defendant Welch, arrival in this Colony by the Lord William Hcntinck, as a free indented compositor, engaged in England by the agent of Mr. A. B. Spark, merchant, Genrge. street, to accompany a printing establishment in tended for Mr. Kentish, and consigned to Mr. Spark. Welch, by his agreement, was bound to work u a compositor for a stated period, at a fixed salary, and being provided with a passage to this Colony, to be repaid by instalments, deducted from his wages. On his arrival lie found Mr. Kentish's circumstances had become enibai rawed, and that lie had in conesqueitce relinquished his establish ment, and was therefore unaine at the time to fulfil his engagement. Under these circumstances, Welch thought it more expedient to look out for employ ment elsewl.ere than to wait until Mr. Kentish might be a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836

.sjsjs»sjsMsjssis™Bjsssssssssss™as«as«B»sssisjss«ssi litre awto believe -|te Gaxetxs Notice, Jiii ftcelleney has embarked this day^on hoard the Einrrwrom; man Imagine our feelingi not similar, when we exprest them to be right gUd at fcisdenartuie. Glad, because we feel that the' system' ' the greatest cum ihatcMrtoU - ojmssunify 6T Engushinen) asource oT instruction and amutement. The Press, in ttfa Colony, during the tut two or three yearh has assumed a toae bordering on licen tiousness—it hai'beea nrulesrtwnd noisy— and ma; have been tanudered, P'k»P». by f-« t****, » 'rile Pros*' We*noir or one gentleman high in Joe, who was pleated 10 to Stagnate it, but that gentleman'* misdeeds, had rendered him WbjWfo iuJftiu-tencetbe cause of hii disap pnta^on. {There *W»»r bai been, we believe, under the Bri tiih.asg, »*ody of. Colonists, to shamefully imposed upon by a Local Gorernment, ai the Colonists of Van Piemen'1* Sand. Taxed to ? most ruinous extent to uipport anadmiiiiltfation, adm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836

C«OR half.pijx» Brandy (in bond) r Three casks Porter * Woc^Sk-^y-J ««?»«'* Twelve cases Port-rdltto ..-,_«? - ' ? About 60 gallon Bum (out of tend) j . - Atout 90 ditto Madeira Wine About E ditto Whiskey , (, Sy gdloas tart White Wine Vinegar Fins down baskets Salt. Jr-Stwute £S«, ca.ti-.bove that ,nit approved acceptances at three months. ON ACCOUNT OF THE Unfavorable Weather. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY KB. UNDERWOOD, OnfoPmKeiof Mr.J.A. flrowii.Oraitierc-rtrect, «nPridav. the 4th November, at 1 o'clock, rBJMrJole fit the STOCK-IN-TRADE, con sistingof— . ?. ,. Memeldeals .. .... New Zealand pine ., Cedar ' . ? ? .? -.i . ? Carpenter*' Jwncbcf ......... .-,.. ..... , Door frames ? . - .-,.'; Old sbuttersand sashes -??.-.' Circularsawfraoieandfawi Ooe hundred and fifty onto i Roman, cement Two-inch ironpipes, in six feet length, Leodpipes Stench tnpt - - ? . Battennaib - Window glass ? ? ?. Locks, bolti, tinges - . Marble mantle pieces Sydney steps and window tills ... Plaster...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 October 1836

FROM THE GAZETTE. October SI, 1886. TliS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor in. i «nlfD.-Ii'* t0 cm'1»rlt '' England on Saturday the 29th instant, will hold a Levee at Government House, on that day, between the hours of 8 and 4 o'clock p. m. WED. L. ARTHUR, Lieut. A. p. C. in waiting. ? Government Rouse, Thursday, 20th Oct., 1886. . GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct SO, 18E6. M. appdntrsvbjeet '*i*f£ ^nftan^oa'Srlh?- HJgbt Honorable the Sccititferv' hf At**» ' ?n'cirg * - ; Moriarty. Evunre,, A^^^T^e^^ Westbuiy, rioe Captain .Lonsdale, SlstlFusilee.l Head Quarters or his Seat,; and Geonre Kinr &,uiie, Commander, K%,] t7 be Po? oK' v.™ Captain Moriaity, from the to proximo. ' .x^fil. y **? ** 'PPortunity of publi, ly expresoBg the sense he entetains of the verraeal ous and efficient manner |-pt. lonsdale hi mi. Jormed the duties of Police Magistrate *T\\£i By his Excellency's Cpmnvuid, , ? JOHN MONTACl'. GOVERNMENT KO1ICF, Colonial Sccretwy's Office, Oct. 20...

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CAPTAIN FORSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

CAPTAIN FORST£B. aJ,tiP la.iiV.'rt^rtlied-ai'wt' ArUiur. «**«- Son Ol ft'''1 F'retCr' '? '' ^ratCommb ?i „»„ S'^'1'O'5trous«1'- °WW» *?»««? MoncrorCave.it, a Csniimssifinr r of Quarter Sm Member of tlie fceutive Council. Any man now Za ltel.1 r ''«? w,«h Cptain Fortler. for he hi , J * ' ^'''.^'Wwoner, to recommend the Braut-a, K,eeutivc .J-u,,H.l|or, ^^^ t|lc K^i^W te-»«*' thSS.Sn a «!??. V& ??dt!\l!taBc «l» : any man making a claim can liUvelus |to» ce charueterureped »t and ins p,,1,ticHl principle, canvassed. ' . Thi«iiW»iiHtnie«t ii.nu impudent job-and there uut.w.btbe island w{,« ?UlVXn5£ eicept osb.— Cslokul Times. '«rwnc, 1 .JVJ,y «trei'tllJ--juiie utmueh upon.Cap t«inF,r«tcr.mviiBca,ui1t«BU|lon Bnv otbcrcon oKr ** ?''' 8?'n''' ''acccptcdZj --ffiif f«* ffmi*«0B(.»uyiiiK emolument; l.ut tliat regret 1. increased iannitcly, unden.tandin« 'C l-c is to receive a fixed wlury of mo BUKunEU

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Court of [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

Court at 3&tnttntt-t ? ii«Mi^ Notice it hereby given, that the Court of Be quests r* the trial of cause, above £'10, advertrsVd towton Pnday, the 4th instant, is unavoidably ailoTcfodt ^ 18th NoTemlM!r imMl it Kxsxbdv, Registrar.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

snip ^5j^, \i! ws. Oct. 27.— T!ie Ainsurar, Cwn Hohart Town to Port Pilillip, put iu from stress of weather and rrent of water. Oct. 29.— The brig SriauvciBrBB, from Port Phillip, bound to New Zealand, put in from ttrcss of weather, ? j' . Same day, the Sdccew, from' Sydney to King George't Sound, put|n from stress of weather, wil tiUtrJost ~ ;«^.',v ': ?'?, , i w5Dcr. SI— AnivejJ^tlu jenonoer Inbiutrt, from Sydney, with s general cargo. Passengers.— Messrs. W. W. Russell, M'. Gardner, J. Williams, W Mills, W. Smith, and Mrs. Smith. Same day, the^utter Mikv Ann, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers. — Capt. Dewing, and Mr. W. Snead, ?Nov. ?.— AmVcd thescliooner Gem, fromHo bartTown. Nov. fi.— Cleared the EioLB, for HobartTown. Nov. *— Tlie GpuNi, for .London. Pastengers —Mr. Short, in the cabin ; Messrs. Roterts, Holton, and Elliott, in the steerage. The cargo consists of —116 bales wool, 17 tops bark, 1890 horns. 1600 pallilEK, 4 cases curiosities. SS4 bunill« ^I,,,!..!^.,...

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

l?(ffl( main at fcaumtttotj. Sunday .„. 10 4S I Wednesday ., 1*' m Monday.... 11 80 Thursday.... I « Tuetaay.... 12 IS ! Friday ..... 2 30 ? . Saturday ..'„.,„ 3 1J ? **si. BtTMiM, Harbour lilarter.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

launctstoii iSttaiT -prfcr Current. £ «. d * s d. 4le. per hhd. 8 0 0 Ate per dozen 0 13 6 larkpcrton S 0 0 Brown stout do;D IS 6 Ucer jierhhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per 1b Itair O O JO Uread(41b. loaf)0 0 8 Cheese per Ib. 0 I ' O uiscuitpercwtl 10 O Hams per do. Old luttcrperlb. O S 6 Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, O 3 0 Soap per ditto 4S 0 0 Hams per 1b. 0 2 O f. Wimite sugar 35 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per fi». 0 0 4 Beef per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per 1b. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. O 0 7 Oitto loafperlb. 0 0 7 'orkpeilb. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 13 0 ealpe. ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 Chocolate per ibO £ 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 I ODittoinbond 0 SO Candicsf moulds 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dip.) 0 1 0 Dittoi/tond 0 40 E^gs per dozen 0 3 OTca per chert 6 0 0 BratiperbuslicIO I 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per In. 0 0 « Tobacco do. bond 0 '1 0 nay per ton S 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 3 S H.deseachfargO 7- 4 Cigars pVr In 4 4 0 Hops peril,. 0 2 0 Port per doien...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

? — ' ? ^^™^^ Cor:t fHatiiet The nominal price of wheat it St. per buslicl ;— at present that article lias a mere nominal pi ice— Merchant! receive it in Wajmcnt of accounts at Si ? «t a cash price itis unsaleable The latest account* from Sydney quote it at from 4s. Cd. to 4s Sd' Barley maintains iu pricc_6s. to 6«. 6d— as do ouls I™' *s' ioo'ibf'' r'°ur (fine) 3fcl f'001'1^ do A Svokbv H5S»iDofthc~i4ti!orOrtolier. re- 1 iwrtsthe arrival in England of the following vessels from this Port:— John Dkkkistoh, M»rt, Cant Jacks; Air*, CanUiu Virtue; and the IsiniSLU The ship. KonroLK and Jessie had amved, all Tic wool market wot up. Some of the iart year's clip of Thomas Archer,, Esq., fetched three shil ling and one half-penny per Ib. Black oil was r4thcr low, bcinsr but fSS pet ton ; 'sperm «il wasquoted at €80; and whalelionc Bt about J 120. Phice or Oa ik Lokdos, M»v27_Cod New- 1 foundland, €3S 10s. to 4 89-»ca1, brown and ycl. 1 low, £8rj-palo 1 41 to £48-whale,Greenlan1), f -to f-sp...

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Dublicans' Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

^ablitam* $.kttt6tt. NoUce is hereby given, that the Quarterly Meet ing or Justices for the consideration of appllca cationt for transfer of licenses, and forthe grantine loentes to new premise., will be held at tlie Court house, ZAunceston, on Monday next, the 7th day X. Kehjtkdv, Clerk of the Peace.

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Dhases of the Mann [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

$I)Hieg of tl)t fHooit New Moon.-9tli Oct.^31mtt. past U morning. N?T'rise. sets ''«!' ''«*' of iax** of I ? begin«|cnds day set. time. ?l«-4 8[« :60|8 10)14 6]S 1S|^;'

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FROM CHAMBERS'S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. The American War of Independence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

FROM CHAMBERs's INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. C|c Smmtan mar of Inttptiittntr The imBrican War of Independence is an event lut nearly to familiar to the preient generation of the British People, at, from its iinportamc, it ought to be. ltisoncorthoee transactions ivhieli «rc suf ficient1) remote to be beyond the persoiu»l know ledge of the passing generatiop, auU yet uut le motc enough to have become a subject for either pojiuWr or classical history. Hence, tl at America did lender herseir independent of Urcat Uiitain, is the Him of knowledge which four out of five rieisom in tiiscountry ate found to possess upon (he subject. The causes of the war, iti transactionF, at d its close, to happy for America, and to dUosluus for Gnat Britain, are circumstances which few pmors have more than a drearo-like notion— though i othingcan be more certain than that this war hut txcrcised an influence upon the fortunes and destinies of every modem nation, and, even, perhaps, of era y civilized man no...

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WHAT A SHOCKING BAD BONNET [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

WHAT A SHOCKING BAD BONNET I She it quizz'd. by the girk— ilie it smok'd by the bnyt And her ears are saluted by squalling and noise ; ?While him led with a tray, Bdd a sheep's head upon it, Shout's out, 'There she goes with a shocking bad bonnet '.'

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[?] "Te Deum [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

,€-}oriou6 Ban. .'TeDtiimlaudaiwis.' tl.5'/ '/ I''tl, tUc Cohuia* wcre drP»«d of hri. de*,^, Coloitcl A.fl,Ur_l,utas this Ly pro Why be our last notice of theGovw»or forVo^ months to come, we must give a flrscripti.m of the ??►t despotic -Die of thk »ost unpopular n.an. We published, on Tuesday U. ,be ™zetted o;fsa3r''I1?.-ileTe'llWrk1''''1- At thrceovfJck on Saturday, the J*rcl. n.n.iwiiced, ajtrecahlv to the announced «rder. Ol. ? cud. a i*vcc ? Tl e ?M. «« rf JUktires of the Peace anrhtdscf dcparnncnts were, of course, expend toaTterd Ju!ii« 'T.i * Go':'''';'t«rt»hU, and the JusJiees. ,»d there were not six individuals pre K^ '''' V™1 ill-1':'' 'W'l.atan.ockcrv! and ^nt^'lcn tllttt ft'eI-°«« ««=« not announced, j and the Gutn-rnpr was «b,mt as dedrout or Wnc .:„' meht '^w'wn al»ut one hundred and tnentv pcrsoM* who altcnrf^-a verv ».mall „„„,_ one ZZ Vs T'r '''' tllcre '^ uP»»rfli »f &««» f ''ff *'' J'W'V-!'ir''c »'«««. Asides Go,e.n,ent on.ee™, coiiMaUes, and other.. To....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

OPENED THIS DAY. S Hofr Room, ATTPHE STAFFORDSHIRE HOUSE. J » A ? 3)35 3(y;'Jff'A 'itt ? IK announcing, to hitFrie'njfi U ile ]inbal tints of l*unc^n,.teeopfiijm&'inri;e.^bo ROOM, ^rffcWirJy-iU-toi^ftjS:?) entire and splendid a&rtmenVpfiGQODS,. coi prising, '.??:'» V1/.1 Superior PLATED Ana SfLYKa MOHNTI Goods,. of, tjearly .every .dMctinttptvpattei Md ;-rai(ety, ftrtiio BREAKFAST to :. . .DINNER lAB&R .m«.. ? ? , - Ditto,ditti-.BIlOTSH PXATE, triuca admir . i^ndopivm general ii«e: , , . , „ Ladies?, . and , GentlemonU . tosewood, . . mahoga and satin woodbftauUfuUyinlaid Writi DMla,.»re»inj Cases, and Work Boie» Tea. Caddies »nd .Liquor Cases An elegant, JLAP1ES CHINESE WOR TABLE, complete, with richly cured ivc ~. fittingtaad apparatus - Ditto Tea Caddy, Work Box, and Backgamro Boawl ???' ? A'-plendfd-«rrtf«HtfChKi*ftii riwuUfuUy^CHASED ALADASTJER VASE with flowers, shades and slaodVconiplete Richly Cut CUs .LUSTRES Elegant table ati'd' sideboard, .pedestal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

SALES BYAUCTION. I . '. *???'? {Van Piemen's Lani Company's I SECOND ANNNUAL SALE OF RAMS, Ko BHoo1»«rotorrt. StoUsVfHiIUtrt. «rt. CliGHTT PORE SAXON HAMS, from the Ei locks of the Van Dieroen's Land Company. The Company'* Second Annual Sale of Rams rill Uke place at Campbell Town, O» TUESDAY, Itic&tk of NeiembYr, ? ? iT 12 o'clock pbkciselv, - Wlien Mr. Unperwdod will submit to Public /ompedtfos, Eighty Saxon 'Hams, of Wic Jearold, 'nun the well-known flocks of the Van Diemen's Land Company,'— Every Ram offered for sale will e warranted pure. Etch lot will be branded on the horns before wring Circular Bead, and in the selection, the tTeraflots will be made as nearly as possible of qual merit and ralue. Itan- 8 months credit to . purchasers of iSO ad upwards. ? __ ? ._ HiizuwooD ». Gnico. To be Sold hy Public Auction. BY MR. UNDERWOOD, It bis Rooms, Charles-street, on 'Wednesday next, I the 9th November,' at 1 o'clock, under distraint I for rent, W\NK Pair Blacksmith's Bello...

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CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, NOV. 5, 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

corn %a LfrVawow ;cle. V..». -,Uty -, atATPPPitT^oW 6, I8B6: ' M^««.*«illi' l*nj«r hito ' to rrftViri'atq sltviry '', ''?'.' . ' -.'.- 8»tuir«T. ? This week w , devote out eoluroo. prinapally ta Js-itracU from die Hobart Tbwii pa|iert— upon the all-important «pbjectof Colonel Arthur'* departure. M'c hadpiopod we should not have had occmion again ,to write. his.jdeteKted name -and after this 'umlicr— wesiairrefraih from afluding to it— «-' cepting when.ibliged to io to, in representing the mensures he leaves taliind liiih inoprnKijo. TJic Tasmikiah hat it, that the health of Co iouri Arthur twill prolialily be. so much impaired from the fatigue of chip Uwrd, thut it nil! be found adfimabUt I01 him tu stop at Madeira,ttt which place the iJcroiKSTpxB is bound to call on her pawuge home. Now, thin is us is usual with the hired ncircpapers; Colonel Arthur intends remaining at MadcWo, until «u pppoitunity oflers for him to net away to France, pr to some part of the Continent. He sire Nqr ...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

HUl/rUAI IS PARVO. ' We liave been piescnted with a neatly executed »u|- or Port Phillip, from the survey of Mr. Wedge ana others, published by nlr. R. dint, or Dridge: street, price St. Port ¥ hiliip having created much excitement recently, we have no doubt a map of the country to much noised; atout, will bs ciurcrly taught after. ? Hjv. Cohen, jeweller, has just completed a Urge silvci medal, which is '-to be presented to John Wil. sun, Esij. by His Excellency the Cfovenior, as a prise medal, the above iiidiv idual having beeu victo. riamat the Button Forestanriual ploughing match. It is said to be in contemplation to raise n corps of militia, to the amount of two hundred men, for the purpose of assisting (lie regular tronps in the care of the ironed Earns thruuehout the Colonv. The recent rains in all parti, or the country, 'have swollen the riven and creeks to a considctable de gree, thereby rendering them unfordablc Several persons, in attempting to cross them during last week,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

We an particularly obliged to our Subscribers arid Advertis ing Friends who have favoured uswith tktjamount oj't/teirsfir veral Accouhts,-^id we trust that all others against whom we have claims, will permit us to lav under similar obligations to them, by settling their out standing Aeetmntsat their earli est convenience. The following article on the subject of Arbitra tion Awrfationi, is from the Svdm«v Herald. It ii worthy the attention of every person interested in Bitten of businesit, and, if carried into effect, would be likely, we think,' to render unnecessary the friendly offices of the BlajfcSIieep of the taw ; We have many times In this Journal, urged the formation of Arbitration Societies, to settle easily, eipeditiously and with economy, suits and disputes between opposing parties incases of debt, damage, trespass, &c, Involving law suits interminable, and ruinously expensive. We are not aware that such societies have been instituted in this Colony on a broad basi...

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