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

ST. AVDREWS.DINNER. ?'. TIE Anniversary Dinner of St Andrew, t]w Tutelar Saint of Scotland, will take place at m prirtP**!, *- Brisbane^treet, on TOED wesdIt. »e «°* November instant, when all rttae friendly*) the same »re invited to attend.. Tickets, Oat Guinea each, may U bad on ap ^B* Mew*. JohK Sramnr, '?) ? : M. Sowsbviux, {.Stewards. - ?- ; ??' Jw.C6'airn*, $ ' ' ' Dinner onthettjlert 6 F.h.prectely. Iauncetton, Nov. 'i 1°»6; ? . LAUNCESTON AND HOBART TOWN COACH MR JOHN E. COX, begs respectfully to in-     form his friends, that on Monday, the 24th of October next, he will put his New COACH on the road, which will enable him to leave the Cornwall Hotel at Six o'clock on every Monday and Thursday mornings, -and reach Hobart Town every Tuesady and Friday evenings. He will also leave Hobart Town at 9 o'clock every Monday and Thursday mornings, and reach Launceston on Tues- day and Friday evenings. This he pledges himself to perform during the summer, and...

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MR, SAMIUEL BRYAN AND THE COLO-NIAL GOVERNMENT. • • TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 November 1836

MR, SAMUEL BRTAN AND THE COLO . . NIAL GOVERNMENT. ? ? To the Euitoe or the CoLosiit Tjmks. Sir ? Reports having reached me, that one of the frightful inquisitions, toe million under the rule nf Colonel Arthur, had been instituting in some mutter affectiiiR my brother, Mr. W. Biyan, now in England, I addressed the enclosed letters to the head of the Government, and in requesting you to give publicity W rim Correspondence, I feel that 1 ant HArr-,T*mimr a iintv tvhir.il I nmtn iMVIPfV. tft my bvotlier, audio myself.— I am. Sir, yours, Ac, Siuosx Prvis. Hobart Tom, October 16, 1836. ' Sia,— My brother, Mr. William Uryan, whj driven from this Colony to reck redress in England, for personal wrougs sustained Uftr'er your Govern ment— lit was denied justice here— he was publicly disgraced by you— and an attempt was ? made, t-y nieuns of convicted felons, to destroy his reputation. He was impressed with the conviction that you were a party to the persecution carried on against him, itatl n...

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

|- ISTor AssignmenU and Tramrers jrifclrt^by ' . A«s-cK»aotTs.-M»jbr Gray; St Sauls ;'„ 3f$n Curr, .Xatincestbh, S;'H. A. de Dw«llvtUt,te^ GaVin Qogg,' CampbellTown ; :CapCCrear, 'South Etk'; James Hughes. Campbeir Town ; George Fellovves, ditto ; J. C. Groom, Carrfck; J'. Blake. Launceston ; R. Letrteu, Liflcy1livulct;-A''. Ujnicll, Lautaoeston ; Joseph Hind, Tamar ; JobnTWllianis, XuimcestoV; . TliotoasXroft, .JitloV A'. Buist, Mac quarie River; G. T. .Wilson, George Town: 'A. Walker, Hornevalc ; C. IVoggiti, 'Western Riverj W. Mitchtll,MilUPlaii«,2; R. Brumby, Longford 'Charles Lambert, Launceston ; S. Sl'Kce, dhto; -W. Frost, ditto; E. Booth. Coclfd-ha- llill.-Jjibn Taylor Macquarie River'; W. Y o'unirV Like Riytr: -. Minnett, LiflyRivulef; W.LTttleton^fFest: mry; W. E.Lawrence, LVunceston ; 1). Stanfield, Norfolk Plains; penjnimn Rogers, Lau'ncesfoii; Seorge Atkinsoh, Tanmi '; : .John Archer,' Ijiunett 6n, 6; W. I}, Gougli, .Terul^Bi ;' Samuel Dovvfc(t, Launcetton'; BMlowcroft,...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

SHIP ^jpSr* NEWS. Nov. 16— Arrived the So:rj.tes from Rescatch Bay, River Oerweut, with 1i tons black oil^nd 4 tons whalebone. !''; SQUIRT raws -chip arewv. Nov. IS ? Arrived the Lidv Nugent, -685 tons,, Captain Fawcett, from Sheetneu, -4th July, Cape . of Good Hope Icbjpctober, with 806 male prisoners. Nov. 18— Arrived {lie brie Amir, 149 toss,. Captain Wtanfield,'from the South Sea fisheries, with a'caige of-nil -and wadebobe. Nov. IS.T-Arrived the brig Janet, S88. tons, .Capt.' Leitch, with a,c«goof black oil from Adven ture Bay. Nov. IS ? ArriredltbebaroueATwicK-3411aRs, Capt. M'Kay, from London Ah July, with a general cargo and paaengen. Nov. Ifi.— Arrived the barque Henry Poecuer, 485 tons. Cap! Hart, from Portsmouth 4th August, with 2SB male prisoners. Nov. 16— Arrived the Tuoius Iawrie, 293 tons, with a cargo of oil from the fisheries. The brig Sibbh, 111 tons, Capt. Bell,- (about which considerable anxiety prevailed, especially on Wednesday,in consequence of a report in tow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

Court of Btqiusts S-iuii«fitiJ!i. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Court of Re quests for the trial of cases where tbe sum sued for exceeds die turn of Ten Pounds, will be holdcn before the Commissioner and Assessors, on Friday,' the 9th day of December next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ;— and for tbe trial of causes not exceed ing Ten Pounds, on Saturday, theSOtli day of Dc cemberncit, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Full particulars of the Plaiuti(rs demand must be filed at my Office as follows, *«. ;— Where the' defendant resides out of the district of Launeeston,, on «r before Friday, theSSthbfNo vemberinstont, Where the -jleiendant resides within the district, on or before Friday, the 2nd December. M. KitHNxor, Registrar. . i ©uarttr SH«fnn-~lauiiteetou. ] Norioe tY hereby civen, fliat the above Court ' stands adjourned to Tuesday, the 22nd November, I instant, at IS o'clock, when tbe Jury list, for the J district of Launeeston will be settled ; and til per sons isterestel are...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

ftiffl) SSattr m JLaimtrttoit. Sunday '.'', Itt'^ii iV/eiiitHUtf ;; 1 ? ©n Monday.... H ,80 i Thursday V..,. 1 4c Tueiday .... 12 15 1 Friday ? S 8n Saturday ? ^-8 15 War. BiiT»MN, Harbour Master,

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

Corn jtUrhtt. Price* without \ filiation— Wheat 5s. ; Barley 6 «. to ft. 6d. ; Oats 4s. to 4s. 6d. Fine Flour 18s., seconds 15s. per 100 lbs. ? MiBKitT Pbices, New WHinr, Nov. 17.— Wheat per bushel, from 4s. to 4s. 9d ; oats per bushel 6s. Gd. to 7s. ; barley per buihel 6s. Cd. to 7s. ? Courier, Not-. 18. Prices at the Hum, Nov. 17.— Wheat from 8i. 6d. to 4s. 9d. ; fine flour £14 per ton ; bran Is. 4d. per bushel ; -gram Si. Gd. pec do. ; Cape bar ley none.— Ibid. ?

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

Co tilt Ctitor1. Sik,— A most rascally caw of legalised extortion came to my knowledge yesterday, which you will oblige me in publishing. Mr. - ? u about de claring himself insolvent, and' waited upon Mr. , a Solicitor, to arrange hi. business for him, who would not undertake it until the appli cant had made over to him a billlock-cart and four bullocks, worth at least seventy pound.. [We trill make enquiry into this affair, and if we Ind it as ctated.will not fail to lay it before the pub lic in our next.) ? ' . :

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

Br the Wjixuu Ulsm Andxiww, between mx and seven thousand bushels of foreign wheat have been received, but it has made no difference in the nominal price, which is from 3s. Cd. to 4s. per i bushel.— Although the late arrivals h»vt made liut ! little difference in the price of sugar, it is supposed that from the large quantities that are expected, a considerable decline must take place.— Stdkey Hkrixd, Oct. SI. Otis— The only transactions worthy of notice in fish oils were the public sales of 200 tons Southern this afternoon, which sold heavily at a further de cline of SDs. — Wiogoodqualityscllingati'-BS Ss. to £88 10s. Cod is held for en advance of SOs; Linseed and rape oils are both It. cheaper, the for mer is offered at 88s. and the Utter 46s. 6d. for pale, and dull of sale,— Observer, July 1. '_

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Bhases of the Moon [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

™'' ^^ftBStTonstTttoBjr1111^™^' Full Moon— 23rd Nov ? SO mis, past 8 afternoon. Sun' SuT i-Ry I^ajjength Day Equation ?Hot. 2™ ^ 't' light light of decre. of jntes sets ^b^,] jay ^^ ^ 19 J4*3]?17|8 8d|8'api4g4]5 4c|.*^

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SCOTCH WHISKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

SCOTCH WHISKEY. If sorrows smart assail your heart, Or fickle fortune keeps yifjjdnoti, This beverage pure, a' ills can cure, And keep the sinking heart aboon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

BALES BY AUCTION. ? . i 7b be Sold by Public Aucliofi, BY MR. J. A. EDPIE, ; _ On TUESDAY, the 92nd instant, at 13 o'clock precisely, at'hi- Booms, in St John-street, with out the least reserve, the- following GOODS, consisting of — T' ; .' KNIVES and forks plated and Britannia nietal spoons, candlesticks, rafcors, a quantity of tin ware, crockery, printed cambric, Lucifers, tea, nap, indigo, Mock-keepers' .boots, sundry lot. of furniture. AUO, SO hhds. PORTER I 11 ditto strong pickling VINEGAR ' IS ditto CAPE MADEIRA. . ? » ? To be sold by Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At the Stores or Mr. S. Munce, St. John-street, on Wednesday, SSrd Instant, and. following days, commencing at 12 o'clock, the entire of 1 STOCK-IN-TRADE, retiring from that line or butinen, vi«.:_ .-. „.,?? - - LEGHORN hat. and bonnet. ; gentlemen*, drab, and black hats; fustian jackets and trowsers; eorl ditto and waistcoats J plush waistcoats) Guern ' -ey frock. ; duck frocks and trowKts ; prints | jaconet ' a...

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Launceston Detail Drice Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

'ftatmctftott Uttnii $titi Current. £???«: d.| M ,, d. Ale,pernhd. 8 - 0 ;O Ale per down 0 12 6 Bark per ton- «V't- 0 Brown stout do, .0 12 6 1 Beer per lihd. 4 10 « Cdflec perlbhagO O 10 Brcad(41b.loaf)0 D 8 Clieese per Ib. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt, 1 10 O Hants perdo. O i O] Butter per Ib. 0 2 € Salt per ton 40 O Salt ditto, O 2 OSoapperditto iS 0 O Hams per Ib. 0 2 0 I. Fiance sugar 35 0 O Bacon per ditto O 1 S E. 1. do. per Ib. O 0 4 Beef per Ib. O 0 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. O 0 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 7, Pork pet Ib. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 O Veal pet ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in Iwnd O 4 4 Chocolate per lbO 5 0 Brandy duty paid 0.18 O Cheese per do. 0 ] 0Dittoml»nd OS 0' Candlcs(moulds 0 10 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) O 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 40 Eggs per dozen 0 2 0 Tea per chest 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 Hay per ton S 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 8 3 Hides e«ch(avg 0 7 0 Cigars per boi 4 4 0 Hops per II...

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THE CORNYALL CHRONICLE. LAUCESTON V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, NOV. 19,1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

CORN AtLTcHRON'.CLE. ' ' ::- '; i AltiVOflStOW ?. ? V. b. X,A? -,'|QOTfeDA.J.'NQV: 19, 1886. * UlKitv. ,* -l«ji«er '§ '#- ?-« i-rtf«ir«-) tb clavery . -'«i(ii»ci ty..,- .^ 8»n.««^ We«n: i cliten1 to .the kindness of our friends, for the loan varidus late Eugluh newspapers, in many ofwhi i we objserve the affairs of this Colony alluded toil manner, that sflbrdt encouragement . to, hope.that he British 'MinisUy aie becoming sen sible that i a people, we -are Sot so utterly brutish,, iand. usglaniniouii, as to. permit flpunelves mucli longe* o remain the placid slaves of b. set of their venal,' yrannical, and base-born protegees. It is evident that several enlightened and public spirited; mei erk of the Commons House are be friending pu cause, and that they have commenced the righteou labor determinedly,— free fiom that milk-warn)!] s ind. carelessness, that has hitherto beencharao iistic of members, who nave neen rc juested to d ect the aWention of the British legisla ture to ourpwmii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

FROM THE GAZUTllL. Koveniber 11, 1630. ? ' Police Oftict, Bobart, 8th Nov., 1816. 'D ETURN of Monies colltcted and paid away in -?-»' the different Police pittricU of this Island, under the provisions or the Act in Council; 6 W. 4, No. 8, commonly called 'The Dog Act,' for the year ending 81st October, 188C, together with the balance remaining in each district applicable to local purposes ; published in uccurdunce wifh the I2tli section of the said Act, for genend infoipalion. ^ff?f? PS121? : ^^ Iff I i tin . a ::::: : H: '' S*-tneoo) noocnSr1 ? COOOM ClOOlOlP* M -^ M n t OOOWV, (OCOtoO^ I ' ? '4 ooooo ooooP 0,00 *.?.££ O.O.P- I p. M. FORSTER, C. .*. M. T 1ST or Assignments and Transfer! minted by J-i the Board :— AssieNMENTS. — R. De Little, Launeeton, II. Matthews, ditto, Joseph Moore, ditto, A Come, St. Faul's,Henry Nickolls.Corra linu.W. L Jordan, Launccston, R. Grayling, ditto, AL Dagant -itto, J. 1'cttiuRcll, Evnndale, F. J. Houghtou,.L-ngrDrd, John Glover. Benlomond, James Co...

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MR. SAMUEL BRYAN AND THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT. Colonial Sacreta[?]'s office, Oct, 25, 1836 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

hm^sss6s^as^iv^ J (CWCUTOED MOB OTO l»«T.] '.'''' I 8l£-Wlettir.rtlie Wthji^jaaaiwiri ?othelieuUniofGoTeinor, mtehea-me on the Hsth, and I did not fail to lay it before his Excel ?cbct on hii return from ao»oii8»turdw the 5J2od. IT The substance mainly of your communication, ?isencumbered or it* harsh reJecUoni,*nd varied ?nputations, appears to be comprised in the follov. tr quotation :— » Thatas your brother hat brought ?he conduct of the lieutenant GoTernor under the Ctke of the British Government, it could appear ?jit this circumttance tat induced a further nerse utfon,»«d that you are informed, upon authority hat admit* or no doubt, that secret proceedings, in. . olring criminal conduct, have ' been instituted nintt your brother-tor, the purpoteit would be resumed, of oeutraluinjr the effect or hu repreten rtioni against the IjeutenanlGovernor,— and you tnund from the HeadbftheGorernment, infor. ntion or the nature of the charges that hare uo enone investigation at his instance...

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FROM CHAMBERS'S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. The American War of independence. [Continued from our last.] HOSTILITIES COMMENCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

FROM CUIHBERS'S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. The American War of Independence.   [Continued from our last.] HOSTILITIES COMMENCED. On the first of June, 1774, the Poit Bill was put in force. At mid-day all business ceased in the Custom-house, and no vessel was suffered ta enter the Harbour. This harsh procedure was the signal for civil war. Tlie people provided themselves with arms, formed companies, and learned, as fast «s pos sible, the business of soldier*; and, being most of them used to bunting, they were good marksmen, especially with the rine,« most destructive weapon. The country now assumed the attitude,' of deiauce ; and.in September, the Jfim A-erican'Qj|]gress, or a collection of Deputies from all the Provinces, met at Philadelphia. These weie the most respectable men of the whole country, and every thing they did and said had a great effect, Among other things they approved of the conduct of the Boston people ; they made an agreement to buy and use no nwre E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 November 1836

JUST RECEIVED, AMD OH SiVK AT J. & UTHER'S Jfronrnongtrn BOanljoust, - comma or CHA&T4S AND BRISBANE STREETS, HAIR and gut foiling lines Silk worm eatia hauls TOlianioWpSuneep shears MiacJftfa,lf«i;v ^ Parlovir.tomtlng knives ' Tea trtyt; imp u Best japanned bread and knive trays Ditto snuflor trays Ditto spice bates Copper, preserriog pans Curtain hands Purple and Isafuered tell pulis ' SHOT-BBto No. 10 Best polished (tee! fire irons Strong kitchen 6rc irons Girth webbing Garden hoes, and luge site nkts Tomahawks .... Counter weighing machines— large rite A variety of half-register and other grates Box door scrapers Strong Scotch 4' tingeg Coffin furpiture.. 111ON f OTS, TOST APAIVED, and ON SALEatJ.S. «» UthbiJs Ironmongery Warehouse, coiner of Claries and Brisbane-stteeU. Oct. as, |B»6. . „ — justaawved; — And ran btt.g arrheXIsBKHBiGNKD. A QUANTITY ot English feathers *» rue Spanish mahogany chain Gothic and English bed room ditto Best irirch ditto ditto - Staine...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

iRunuitpn ttrtatl Qdtt Current. , £ s. d.l , . . - £ *? d . Ale, per Mid. 8 0 0 Aleperdown 0 12 6 Barkpcrton 8' 0 € Brown stout do. 0 12 6 BeerperhbaV 4'1Q Ofo&VperlbhagO 0 10 Breaa(4lb.loaf)Q 0 8Chee«eper lb. 0 10 Biscuit per cart. I 10 .0 Hanu perdo. 0 10 Butter per Ib. 0 S 6Saltperton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 9 0 Soapper.ditto 45 0 0 HanuperJb. 0 2 01. JVancesucarSS 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per lb. 0 0 4 Becfperlb. 0 0 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per lb. 0 0 7 Pork pei Ib. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 P Vca) pei ditto 0 0 B Ditto in bond 0 4 .4 Chocolate perlbO E 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 £ 0 CandlcsfniouldsO 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dipt) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 I&gs per down 0' 8 0 Tea per chert 6(0 BmnjKrbusndO 1 0 Ditto per lb. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per lb. 0 .0. € Tobacco do. bond 0 1 0 Hay per ton S 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 8 1 Hides cach(avgO .7 0 Cigars per boi 4 i 0 Hopper lb. 0 2 Ojl'...

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To the Editor. Launceston, Nov. 18th, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 November 1836

Co tht iEtitor. Launctrton, Nov. 18th, 18S6. Sill,— remit tne to matte afewotiservationson the present state or the Colony, ns regards its moial tendency, aid the state or improvement at which it has arrived/' The syrtere of Police, during the port year, has certainly beet conducted in a mosteflicicnt manner, which, to the grcatcredit of the Magisterial People or Van Dienien's land, has considerably checked the rapid advancement of immorality, which other wise, in a v«ry nhort time would have bid defiance to tlie retpectable portion of tlie community, and committed, with its overpowering supremacy, the most injurious excoses on the prosperity and welfare of society. The means resorted to fur preserving the internal security of the Colony have been, ge neral !v (petliing, carried into effect with the most particular attention to regularity and regard' to duty, as far as means permitted. ' Uut the fault it the keleitioh'bf constables, whose duty it is to pre serve' t'einperance and tr...

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