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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 November 1836

To the Editor Sir— Pray oblige by inserting the following, if suited to your columns— I am, Sir, you'rs truly, Port Phillip. ~ "His Majesty's ship Rattlesnake, Captain Hob-   son, arrived at Port Phillip on the 27th September from Sydney, having on board Captain Lonsdale, appointed to the new Settlement. All on board well.                 Captain Hobson and the Officers of the Rat- tlsnake, have, since their arrival been busily en- gaged in surveying that extensive Harbour, the na vigation of which, at present but little known, will, through their sealous exertions, be rendered easy and safe. The new Settlement, called Glenelg, is formed on the banks of the Yarrayarra, at the point where the stream is fresh during all the year : but there is little doubt that Towns must be hereafter estab lished at Geelong Harbour and at Arthur's Seat, or Point Nepean. The depth ot th...

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CAPTAIN FORSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

CAPTAIN rORSTEH. How that Colonel Arthur it no more chief detpot, we (hall have more time and room to ipare to notice the oppression and tyranny practiced by the influ cAtial men, who hare to hog 'been tucking like leeches at the Titals, and bate ao impudently rough ridden «»er the Colociitt. : .; For tome time past we hate not touchedtipon the infamies of the felon police, or of the conduct of HaUhew Forrttr, the Chief Police Maghtrute ; and without publishing our reasons, we .trust our retden will beliere them to be tiiffceient cicuae for our not hating-connnented on a ielon police of the most tyrannical description. So fbntain Forrter and his intern of asrioxtoa we eball in' futuie derate weekly a considerable portion of our paper. It it most ciident that the Government, to meet certain ends, has endeavoured to destroy public opinion apd the freedom of the tub ject, by a continued tyrtem of oppression. Through the meant of felon constables the Government hat endeavoured to destro...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

?' ThereeentlrantaetioBi lit Hobart Town prow, ?teal our improperly named Courtiof Justice do not ??Cud justice to the injured— that they are mere -triauaali fertile sccominodition of Won ecoundiela, who were maati by *ke deterteS Arthur and we ?upperted (for the prewnt only, it it tole hoped) by bit relation, Matthew Forster. Justice inthii Colony, under the existing entem, it s bugbear— Mas Janiiearietare let loose upon eocfety to plim ' 4er the free population, which the; effect by laying ddaMHeiuaUoat egaiaatthem, for alleged infringe. ?eat of. their Turki-lHPd Algerine lam. the unoffending *nd 'peaceable man a frequently. knocked down in the streets, and, after being beaten ) with the JanjiBariet1 batons, and incarcerated ins tlthy priaon, until it iuiti tho pleature of the sitting Magistrate 'to hear the eate'-ii convicted upon «ho fain oaths of then wretches, and mulcted of til ; property, a* a rewud to them for their perjury, It Hjxaeibli, we' ask, that Mieh a ttate.or thing...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 18[?]6. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

fHE CORNWALL CHRONiCLE. laA-tTNCBSTON V.-D. LAND, SATURDAY, NOVl 12, 18S6. ' Uhcnr ?viUi-Un(er.|s.io te uitfcrred to tlavery ,- ?', - -.^rilti security*'.': '? : '.' . '? . '? ?**'?? ? . ? ' ,8*iMy; ; Since penning. Hie iremarb. in our front page, upon tbe subject of our mock 'Council, we have learnt that it is the intention -of the Home Govern, ment to grant to thU country the privilege of an Elective Assembly. We must confess we had not prepared our mind to believe that the prayers of the people were so early to lie attended to j yet, ac cording to the report current, that a few only of the members of tbe Legislature were to be chosen by tlic people, while the Crown nominates the other portion, we cannot suppose that tbe present system will be much, if at all amended. The Coioitul Tjhbs states.tbat a copy of the Bill for granting to the Colony an Elective Assembly, is said to have arrived by the Scotu. If it be tlie case, the next number of that journal will probably contain it. A...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

I.Buntt£tou iltt.iil ^ritr tXtirrtnt. £ «. d.l £ i. d. Ale.perhlid. 8 0 OAleperdonn 0 IS 6 Bark per ton 3 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beer per hhd. i 10 0 Coffee per 1b bag 0 0 10 Bread(41b.loar)0 0 8 Clime per lit. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt 1 10 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per Ib. 0 3 C Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 Soap per ditto +5 0 0 Hams per Hi. 0 2 0 1. France sugar 85 0 0 Bacon pcrditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per Ib. 0 0 4 Beef per Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 0 MuUoi) per do. fl 0 7 Ditto loaf per Hi. 0 0 7 Pork pei Ib. ' ft H S lUmi (duty paid) 0 IS 0 Voali-e, djfto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 Chocolate (icrllip. 5 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheew.per. do. 0 J 0 Ditto in bond 0,5 0 Candlesfpioulds 0,' ,J 0 tin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto fdips). 0. X 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Eggsp^rdozeiipt'S OSVajpcrchest 6 0 0 Bran' l«i- liusiieS p'. 1 0 Ditto per Ibi 0 3.0 Oatmeal per Ib.' 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 10 Hay per ton 5 0 0 Oo. do. duty paid 0 3 S Hidcseach(avg 0 7 0 Cigars per box 4 4 0 Ho...

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Court of Requests—Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

Court of Ktqur^t*— Ununcfiton- Notioc is hereby given, that tbe Court of Be quests fir tfc trial of routes above A 10, advertisrd toriton Briday, tbe-4tb initaiit, is unavoidably postponed to Friday, the 18th November instant, nt 10 o'clock. ' : M. Keknedt, Registrar,

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

£om jHar&tt. Prices as last week. The PriraTnf sheep continues high (from 85s. to 40«. a head) and trill not probably be lower until after (hearing, and the reason when the young lambs wiiltiecomc marketable.'— Codiukr, Nov. 11. « Wheat from 4s. to St. ; barley 7s. ; oats 6s. to tH. (Id. ; fine flour fi per ton.' — Ibid.

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

JJljasrS of tljf ifloion First Quarter — ICtii Nov. — 41 rots, past 1 morning. t, \e ? I JJiylDiyjIengthj' Day {Equation Nov.^'' S'nllightWhJ of decreJ 'of . naa \ m Ibeginsjcndsl day \ tn. \ Umc ' 18 J4 sol; ibh 40J3 soj/4 so'a rs ^jj**

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

About Colour! Arthur't last exercise of his pa tronizing powers, was the nomination of Mr. Foistrr, the Chief Police Magistrate, to a scat at the Caveat Boaid. The appointment, for a vast variety. of reasons, is a most unpopular one. A southern contemporary say-, that Mi. Fortter is to have £200 n-ycar for the additional duty which it imposes upon him ; but Jio«v Mr. Fnrstcr, paying proper attention to his duties as Police Magistrate, and distliarjrfng hh fuiwtinvi as Member of the Executive Council, can have time left him fairly to earn .two hundred a-vear, puczles us ntrenieiv to conceive. But is he to have i 200 e-year? Will Sir John Franklin have face enough to propose such an appropriation to the legislature? We shall see.— LlCHCESTOX ADTSBTIICa. ' There is a rumour in tows, but which, we are nnt able toArace to any authority, that Colonel Snod grast may be cipected in a few days in Launces ton. — Ibid. Isle of Fhance. — By the Micuic, arrived at Hobart, we have Mauritius paper...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

ftiicrli 2S3ntfr at IL-uiiicrStott. h. m. b. m. Sunday ....4 15 1 WediiCtday ,. ft 30 Monday,,.. 5 OO I Thursday.. ;.. 7 u Tuesday,,., 6 45 i Friday ,,.... B 00 : Sutiirdny ? 8 45 ' Wm. DiriHiM, Harbour Master.

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IRISH WHISKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

|RIPH WHIBKEy. j Och 1 Judy dear, a fig for beer, . The pleasure, sure, is gfeatxr. When you are dry, to bung your eye if/itb tjuaiterns of the ''cmtui,'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

JUST BECEiVJiD. 1KO OH RUE XT I'romnongttp SUBW^otrftr coaKaa or . ? CHARLES AND BBiSBANE STJIEBTS, H' 'AIR and gut fisbjng lines Waikingrftick BJiing rods .Silk worra-gut, in hanks ... . Wilkinson'* patent sheep thean ?? ' ' Mlnoing knives ? ? ? Parlour toasting knives Tea bays, in sets - Bert-japanned' bread and knive trays Ditto snuffer trays Ditto spice boxes Copper preserving pans Curtain bands Purple and lacquered bell pulls SHOT— BBtoNo.16 Bert polished steel fire inns . Strong kitchen fire irons ? Girth webbing Garden hoes, and large sin rakes Tomahawks Counter weighing machines — large size A variety of half-reguter and other 'grates - Box door scrapers i -V ? ' -. . Strong Scotch T-hinget ~ '' ''?' Coffin furniture ? i ' ' ? .? Patent tash line, &c, &C. Nuv./a, 1686. ? ,. ? '' - » wool/' ~~ GROWERS and Shippers of Wool are informed, that they can obtain liberal advances on pro-     duce, if shipped under the directions of the under...

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

ship ^efii.vs, Nov. S.r-SailcdtJiSWioqM' Eagle, for Hou&rt Town! with a genera! cargo. SanieAij-sjiilcd tbeJianjuc Ajibui Teosjfsov, for CumSnpui liallurt.. ??.;'.'-. . ' ' ' ?*»-Jov,Vmf Sailed the Wjf HssBV,-for' Port Pbillip. ' wWi JOOsliccp, and 5 head of cattle. '? ??? ? .'.'ijnwiiiiT tOTTM smp »ewi. ,' '. ??'?-?? Nov. ,6it»jrived tire Uujnc S«wii, tiaptain iUndolpli.yrom isndofl SuncSS, with a peneral cargo. ' Pussengcr, Mr. j. I). Foster. TjieSopTU spoke the DiHWEKT on tlie24tli July, in'l2 KdrtH . lat., aJl-n-elU qClir. rUKawimr sailed from Bobart Town on the to May last. Nor. 6— Tlic schooner John TfljaiH put back from ctren. of .weather.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

SAI.BS BY AUCTION. To he Sold by Public Auction, BY X0R. J. A. ED33IE, At his Rooms, Si. Jalm-strcct, on tlie 14th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, without the least reserve, 'pHEfolloiving GOODS, consisting of— * Britannia metal and plated sjioqm, tfca pots Candlctickt, reading lamps, razors, percussion caps, telescopes 2 cuscs shoes, 1 ditto bed furniture 11 hhdt, and 1 quarter-cask vinegar, 5 tilids. Ce|ie wine 80 casks pitch, a few cans Mack varnish IS casks Sydney beef, SO botes English soap, 6 bundles oakum, a quantity of whale line, . and a variety of other goods, to close con tigumeuts. .- SUPEIUOa PLAT£D WAKE. Ib be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A, EDDIE, On Monday, the 14th instant, at 1' o'clock, ut his rooms, the following small, but choice selection of PLATED GOODS, the property of a gen tleman leaving Launceston, A HANDSOME Candelabra Wine coolers Tea urn Table nnd chamber candlesticks Cake baskets Tableand dessert forks, plated on steel, and a case of desert kniv...

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HOBART TOWN POLICE. SATURDAY, NOV, 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

HOBART.TOWN POLICE utvisuv; mot. Si This day was specially appointed to hear Mir. G. Robertson'* charge against tie constables (or an asv Miilt.,. That gentleman deposed,' that about bafi'- )ia«t«viiD oriSatufaey night, when bewas lighting his eigar in:Eluabetb street, he was struck 5b die hack of the. neck or » number of constables with battmrf— among them jwere -lark, FiUgeraW;jMa tonf, flogari, and Croft, wh». forced him to' the *»tch-hou«^tjh,i; police-office, bjrjragging him with great vjjotence, and bearing kim, -and refusea .auctioning a note to1 be sent to Mr. Chaa-p; that hupeonn was : searched Ay Clark and others, «nd forced into * «H among a aumber of drunken per «-a.,«!idafeerwardstafctst« Battiurst street watch hou«,,«na placed ?with »tber» in a cell; about *u X-u* squaw, end jtbere detained urrtil nincva!clocV An the folJ«irfH8'^n.«wW rtt*W**««nt* had been imied by a Magistrate for hUduehar.*, Domplainant was severely crois^jaititfed bythe'So lidjtor General HadmHted*e...

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The Towards. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

The Cowards. The public last week have been much amused     with certain little affairs of honor, and erroneous     accounts having received publication, we are un-   avoidably compelled to give a true version of the proceedings. We had not intended to have noticed the affair at all, nor should we now do so, but to give the true particulars.     Henry Jellicoe, Esq., one of Colonel Arthur's     Justices of the Peace, had publicly stated that he had at several times demanded gentlemanly satis- faction, from Mr. Gregson, which the latter refused to grant. Mr. Jellicoe, for some time past, indus- triously circulated this report, but it did not reach the ears of Mr. Gregson till a few days since. On     Monday last, Messrs. Gregson and Abbott were sit ting in the saloon of the theatre, when Messrs. Ar thur and Jellicoe entered, when the latter ex...

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FROM CHAMBERS'S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. The American War of Independence. [Continued from our last.] [?] ABOUT THE STATE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

FBOK CUMBERS'* INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. Cijt 9mtriran Wlw of fiitttpniitnct. rContinucd from our last/] »IBTI!RE»»(CES 4E00T THE RAStP 1CT. These flWders broke but when ithe first English ships reached America with their cargoes of stamped papers, tthelaw wjattogo into Jorapn the first day of JJovcinber. On the £th .of October, thejihips. appeared in sight of Philadelphia, at Gloucester; point. All the vetseb'ih ttot harbour hoisted their ealou'rtfralf-masthighi wasjgnoJT mouxhingt the! ?fclls wen muffled, ana tolled for Jthe rest of the da*j and several thousand citiieui soon collected «t the State-house. They sent a message to John Hughes, the principal Wamp-oBicer, ' requesting him to resign the office; and after a day or two, finding the mob rather troublesome about his house, he concluded to doao. rJone of the stamped Hkr reached Bosam on the Ud, «rstpte«bcr; aad, by the fowrW, or necessary, by the artlllei»w' jBil oaA the first day of November, at aay.*rtak,«U theJbeltiet t...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

THE tMISI^MHTSI.CpUNClt.. The country Wing fawpt'j btetas* reJievSd Ana tie cute of it. dirtfoi in thepnwn^T theJate G* or* system of nmaap^t adapted to Ute -3hm?«- stance, of the Colony. Ifcoul* ^'fttofe&g* monlof the eatf* tn»ao|eorniption with which the present ruinous Wode orfievernmeat abouo4- ana which, so long asjt-V permitted to exist, must prove destructive to the «ontet working -rf any ntfar. .. '. IVhen Colonel Arthur -assumed the reini of the government of this Colony, it m «trietly a Penal Settlement-* Settlement, purpostlyaM only in tended forthejwilAwentof Bnthh criminals; the habits of Colonel Arthur tendered him eiceedinffr *ell calculated for the, office of bead /»ilor : he hid convinced the BrirJsn Government oThis ipecu lUrquaUaestioiM, during his usurpation of power at Honduras, and lierhaps it Would have beenm dif Bcult matter at any time,infiigland,to havechoten' a cb tracts* better calculated to head the operations of men, ' tillering Under the lath o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

DIED.—On Saturday, the 5th instant, aged 17,   THOMAS, son of Mr. TETLEY, of Launceston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

, JUSTARRXV£D, And ran Sttt errhfUsaBuaiGKBD, A QOANTiTr tit Ifcgfoh feathers ?**? Fine Spanish mahogany chain Gothic wifl English lied xobm ditto Bert birch ditto ditto Stained Ebony ditto ditto Ditto Satin VfttilRpo 4kta Ditto Rosewood ditto ditto ' ' AUO,— . . , .? A qui&titj of English Foot Stasis, -and Diaper JBfwa. ' '' '' Vi' ' T~]ioBERT.JBELL. Bnfro-t*t?gtt,JjIm.6, 1888. ' OPENED THIS BAY. S how Room, ? .?' ?'' ? AT THE ' ' STAFFORDSHIRE HOUSE. J. A. PENHAM, r; announcing to lit Friends and the inhabi tants of launceston, the opening of the above R0OU, ptrtiouWif inritei their attention to hit entire ajid-aplendid assortment of GOODS, com prising, £4 Superior PLATED «?« SILVER MOUNTED . hGoi^ -rf nearly trejTAscriptjon, pattern, tf«ad variety, tor the' WeMWABTaud Dlttsjlitto BRITISH PLATE, much 'admired and now in general use . J ' LaaW ud GintlAnen's raewood, mahogany juul JsHi wooS beautifully inlaid Writinj r*ffek^r«ssing&tea;aad Wot* Boies Tea Caddies and...

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