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INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. The American War of Independence. [Continued from our Paper of 19th Nov,] AMERICAN ARMY ORGANIZED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. MOM CBAMUEBt't €i)t amtiifflii 3dar ot futcnriiUnifr. [Continued from our Paper of 19th Nov.] AMEniCAN AB»V ORGANIZED, Congress met again at Philadelphia, May 7. 1775. They were n.cn sent from all the Colonies but Georgia ; and though they had no precise right, by any lair, to ait for the whule countiy, yet the whole cuui.try were ready to uley them. They chi*e Gewge Washiigton, uf Virginia, con.n.aiidciin Chicl' of the American Army, and ap|winted many other officers to act under him. Among these were Gates, Lee. Scl.uylcr, and MoMginiciy, of New Toik ; 1'ou.eroy, Heath, and Thon.us. of Massa. -I.LX'II»; Gicci.e, of Ilhulc Islaud ; Putnam, Wouster, and Spencer, of Connecticut ; Ward and Sullivan, or New Hampshire ; these were. some uf the bin veil and licst men cf the country. General Washington went directly to the Army at Cambridge, He arrived tllere ou the Sd of July. Though he ufed no pnrai c, uciiring only u hi. all mvoiJ at his si.ic, epaulettes on...

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FROM THE GAZETT'R. November 25, 1836. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 21, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

FROM THE' GAZBTTK. November 25, 1816. Colonial Secretary'! Office, Not. 51, 16S6. Tf 18 Excellency the Officer administering the J3 Government, Las directed it to be notified, that his Majesty's Government liu been planed to ex tend to the Retired Officers or the East India Cooi pany's Aimy, a participation in tne advantage! ac corded to Offictra having served In the British Army ?ad Navy, in regard to the purchase or land in the Australian Colonies, as laid domi in the Govern ment Notice or 25th February, 1685, No. SO, which is repuhlisned tereunder. The Officers of the East India Company's Army, WHI fee allowed the indulgence in quettionon pro . ducing to this Government the necntary Certifi cate of tbeir rank and length of service,' signed ky competent authorities. , ? By bis Excellency'* command, ' ' . Jorh MoNTJicc. bnwaMiTiox mi nrx its or Miunnv *kd NiTAl OrTICSBt rilOKWIKC TO VKtrtX l» tn Bamaa Colonies. Colonial Office, 16th August, 168i. I^i_Anneiedit a, statement of the R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

Sole arid Kip Leather. J. S. y™tt&J$2!3$£- bu mi.k' arrangtmcritt witl) one of tw nvit Taurivri' I In Sydpey, to constantly supply. hini'wUh sliVaVrte I article, of the very twit quality, ' which will «lrt;avi be oiinJe, at his STORE, cornet of Cluules'iuuf Brisbane-streets. ?:.:?.?, ' a J-atstr sWplY, jost 'tf&Eiy£D- rta1 WILLIAM, Luinceston, Nov. 26th, 18S6. US OK *lMt tT J. 8. UTH E ifS fronmonfltrj) GHarc&outfr, .COBWEB Ot .. CHARLES AND BRISUANE STREETS, HAIR and gut 6sliing lines Walking-stick filling rods Silk worm gut, in hanks . . ' Wilkinson's pitcnt-shee'p shears' Mincing knives Parlour toasting knives' Tea trays, in sets . . Stw japanned bread and JtdiRtra'yV Ditto snuffer trim . Ditto spice bont . . Coppirpnetafiag pans Cartain bands ' ' - ' . ?' rurnie and lafcn,uereo W'l pullil SHOT-BBto.Vo. 18 Sett polished steel fire iroti '*-? Strong Jiitchen fire innV '' Cirtb webbing ' ' '' Garden boes, and Urge' tl«e r&*V ' Tomahawks ?-?.;- Counte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

ADVANTAGEOUS OPPORTUNITY : ; ? iron tb« ?. .1* ??. , .. - . tmeslfnenl of ^Capital. »?? B.' UNDERWOOD, has the fcbnorte inform -JjV ? the Public, that lie ban received instruction* u diinosedf tiy Public Action, on the premises, ON WBUKEBDAY, 1th DECEMBER, at \ orlock precisely. JITL those roost desirable Premises, situate on .I? North Esk River, PATTERSON'S PLAINS, «M *YATES'S »''*' -x»'?™H thc «''. ?Tifh one pair of Stones and Machinery, allcom .rfete, and^ncxccllent Dressing Machine attache* S-, togeti*. ivitii.good.futetouu.1, weather, boarded Dwelling-house, anil 1 all pecessary Out buildings, with 100 acres of the finest land in the Colony,' aoout 60 acres of which are now under Tfrue contiguity of the above Premises to Launees toT. teing ouly 6 miles distant, and the advantage of a neve? failing «up?ly. of water, render, this a moat desirable oppartunity for any oue winning to embark in the business of a Miller. AUo,about 800 aura of excellent land, adjoining the above and Du...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

DIED—At Fern Hill, West Tamar, on Sunday   27th ult.,aged 61, Mr. W. J. RUFFY, senr., many? years Editor and Proprietor of the FARMER'S JOURNAL London Newspaper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

Commiwoner'* Office, 11th Nov., 1886. 1UOTICE is hereby given, that th* followiuf ™ Claims for GranU will be ready for examina tion by the Commiuiioiieis appointed for that pur Upse, upou «t iniincdiately after the 11th day of January. 1B87, before which day any Cavcut ur counter claim -nu»t be entered :— William Salter.-6l perches, HuUrlTown. Andrew Gatenti*.— 1,625 acrer, Lincoln .Parisb, . County of, Somerset. Mivliard Troy.- -400 acres, . StaUa Parish, equaty ' of Monmould, originally granted tu Itiibaid Ltwis. Kichard Troy.bQ acres. being two grants of thirty acres each, originally granted to £manuel . Levy and 'James Smith, SuUa Parish, county of ' Monmnutb. ? - . ' William Joynes.— £0 acres, River Tamar, county' or Devon, originally granted to Lachlan White. William Morgan On — 18U3 acres Hau.iltosr Parisb, originally located tu Ixiuiund William bo- . rell. deceased. . . ? The following Claisns for Grants will be ready for examination upon or immediately after the 18th'. day ...

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THOMAS KERR SHORT ! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

THOMAS KEBR SHORT ! (btfnblic Joumalirtfcatno tatk to perform m un pleasant to himself, 8iM»t«feipotingthe depravity «f«a jndiridual to the omtcmpt of bin feUaifctoie*. 'tims. ItwdbuiuiiUtingtuk-^iUtli.tewould re. j6icetodlsi»jjard, were it notincontistent with Jus-. puMicduty, ^ ftwjl#f fekjBW**0^1*1 *?- tfc^UtiortoTlili »Hlfty,'»|tnie regard for virtuous .udtaunUcMBdiKtinthcjcaaimiDit)'; lie should ' Ik the rigid observer and supporter of the Laws,— tbe unflinching advocate far all Institution! hiving for their tendency- the advancement of morality, the conBKBJtr of ineritarMMK action, aud the eonteiu acr oT vicious. With thi» 'itnr of our duty, we proceed to lay tare to the public observation— the conductors Mr. TioihaiKerr Short, wtiDKicddcoce in tbisColony for a couiideraUe period, muitbuve afforded mort persons an opportunity ot knowing him, at least, personally. ** l» to 1* regretted for Us owu take, ?i mil as foi that of the aianyTradesmen'who have differed by him, that thei...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 3 December 1836

THE CORNWALL, CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. DEC. 3, 1836. "Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery   with security." SALLUST. The COLONIAL TIMES contains an article upon the subject of the abominations of the Survey De partment, in which, it very properly exposes much disgraceful conduct on the part of the chief, —Mr.   Frankland. He is charged with having caused the sale of land in Campbell Town, the property of a private individual, who had, probably, at the cost   of all the money he was worth, built a house upon it, and that when the ERROR was discovered—Mr.     Frankland said, that he must contrive "TO PICK A   HOLE IN THE MAN'S TITLE." We are not astonished at such conduct on the part of a Public Functionary, supported by the existing system, but we are very much astonished the public should quietly submit to it. Why should Mr. Frankland, or any other mis ter, who hold public o...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

ftauucMton S&ttail fJritf Current. £ s. d.t £ s. d. Ale.perhhd. 8 0 0 Ale per doten 0 13 6 Hark pet ton 8 0 0 Urown stout do. O 13 C Beer per hhd. 4 10 0 Codec per Ih bug 0 1 'O llrcaii(+lu. loafjO 0 8 Cheese per lb. Dl O Biscuit per cut. 1 10 O Hams per do. O1O Butler per lb. 0 3 6 Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 3 O Soap per ditto 45 O O Hams per lb. 0 3 0 I. France sugar 85 O O Bacon per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per lb. 0 O 0 Beef per lb.- 0 O B Ditto pet lb. bag 0 O 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 »itto loaf per lb. 0 O 0 taaips'tato fi fl fita.S'iSafr^e1! I Chocolate per lhO fi 0 Brandy duty paidO 18 4 Cheese per do. 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 5 0 Candles(moulds 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dips) 0 I 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 f&gt per dozen 0 3 0 Tea per chest 6 O n Bran per bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per lb. 0 2 „ Oatmeal per lb. 0 0 (1 Tobacco do. bond 0 1 n Hay per ton 5 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 8 , Hides cach(avgO 7 0 Cigars per bn« 4 4 J! Hops per lb. . 0 3 0 Port per dozen 22' St...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

Com fHarhrt. This market is without the n|oi£ trivial transac tions this week— beyond the' consumption of the Town. Wheat maintains its price — from £s. 6d. to 6s. — Oats are very scarce at 6b.— Barley in demand, ?ind saleable at 6s. per bushel. Fine flour 18s. V in/, ,„ ? Seconds IEb. J ** 10° 1U Wheat 8s Gd to 6s 9d ; oats 6s to 6s 9d ; barley 6s 6d to 7s per bushel ; hay 41 10s to 61. ; stiaw 81 to 81 ft ; firewood 8s to & Gd ; wattle bark 31 l£t to 61 ; potatoes II 10s to 21 10s per ton ; fowls Ssto Gs ; ducks Gs Gd to 7s 6d ; geese 18s to Ifis per couple; cabbages Is per dofcil ; turnips 8d per bunch ; new potatoes } to Id per lb ; Port Ar thur coals 18s., Sydney do. 40s ; mutton 6d to 7d pet lb ; beef (scarce) 7d to 9d ; lamb.&s 6d to 7s Gd per quarter ; fine flour 141 to 161 per ton ? Coorieb Ma^B^^^^Ba^H^B_^_^a____B____aH^___—

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

$f-a«t* ot t$t' jrioon. Hint Moon- Bth.JPcfr— 10 mts. past, 10 afternoon. «,m I Cm Day Day length Day lEuuatiou Dee.?*' *' light light rf decri. of I''* Mte|begin4ends] day j «es~| time. 7 » SB / 83J8 o|9 0J1S 4 6 lfj ']££%,

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High water of Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

fcl_$ fBfattr at launcMton. n. ?? . . a. it. Sunday ..,.3 80 1 Wednesday-.. 4 45 Monday ....'8 ' IE I Thursday.,.. 6 80 Tuesday.... 4 B0 J Friday ..... 6 IS Saturday ? 7 00 J. R, Catena*, Harbour Master.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

The club of the Royal Society gave a farewell dinner on Thursday, to Sir John Franklin, previous to his departure for Van Dicmen's Land, of which ? colony he hat recently been appointed Governor. Sir Robert Ioglis took the chair, and gave great satis, fiction by bil courtesy of demeanour. -and «— dine- in complimentary speechification. Sir John frank, tin, the American Ambassador.- Baron (lharjat Du. pin, Professor Von lUumer, Dr. Uaro, of Philadel phia, and Baton Nicoll, /ram Holland, each ad. dressed the Company, The Colonists over whom Sir John Franklin is appointed to rule, will an, from the respect paid to hlnj by men of eminence in Europe, that he is looked upon as a different sort of perwa to Colonel Arthur.— Skctatob., Aug. 6.

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FROM CHANEERS'S INFORMATION' FOR THE PEOPLE. The American War of Independence. [Continued from our last.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

from auinntRB'c INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE. Cijt Shnnitan OTar ot fortiturnt!tn«. [Continued from our hut.] tyranny, or togtake up. arms. We bate counted the cost of tliiswar.aoAJiavcaetcimltaWTDbcTrce; — as our fathers have been befprc us, and as ve trust our children shall be nf(er us.- We declarcV before God, that we will defend each other, and the liber ties of tlie whole country, to tlie last moment of life.' This was signed by John Hancoclc, president, And by Charles Thompson, Secretary oK Congress. The ministers read it from their pulpits in 'all parts of the nation. It was read at Cambridge, to n vail, multitude, end General Putnam assembled with his troops on Prospect Hill to hear it. This was fol lowed by a prayer from a clergyman. All the troops cried, three times, ' Amen ;' the artillery fired a general salute, and the colours were cccn Dying, the usual mottoes ; on one side, ' An appeal to Heaven,' and on the other, ' lie nlio lias liiougl'l us over will defend us.' ? A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

SAIaEB BV AtrCTION. To he Sold by Pitbtic Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, At his Rooms, in St. JohnWreet, on MONDAY. 12th itistant, and following days, at IS o'clock, in addition to former advertisements, the follow ing Goods, to close coniifcphients, ... 1 \ ARK. corded stripedGros.de Xaplcs, patent ? ' spotted; stiiped and JiUin pngliams, stout chambrcji, fine Salon diaper, Whitney brown diaper, worsted table covers, shirting, neckliand kei chiefs, figured dresses, ]ilayibg cards, Saxon doth cloaks, musliris,chint-es,sewiiig cotton, a quantity of ironmongery, nine casks pVime Sydney lietf, and a Double Bodied PHagTOTi, with jinrness complete. : WINES tSAl'E. To be 6old by I'ublic Auction, BY MR. j. A. EDDIE* At his Rooms, in St. John-street, on MONDAT, thcl2Ul December, (instead of the Cth already advertised) and following .days, precisely M 13 o'clock, without the least, nserve, tbc following choice collection of Wines, .to close consignments, A FEW dozen choice Claret, in 3 din. ca...

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CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

tax CORNWALL CHRONICLE Xs^YTIsTOESTOXr V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1886, ?'liberty ifIUi ganger is u- U prefcired to slavery «.W security.' ? . -M,L1W. We were prevented from attending the Annual Dinner of the Members or the Agricultural Asso-. elation, in consequence of a severe attack of m(lu enn— and are, therefoie, much obliged to a Corres pondent, for a report of the proceedings of the even inir. Colonel Suodmas accented the invitation of the Members, and, with his suite, honored them wiih his presence. Never did a miserable faction show itself in more detestable and parasitical con tempt, than did the tail of the Arthur faction, on Tuesday last. But one Official dined with the Mem bers of the Agricultural Association. But one gen tleman enjoying public employment, joined in the annual assemblage J not one of the miserable clique, who would not permit Arthur to move— without ! hemming him in rt all points— paid the common place inspect to Colonel Snodgrats.to meet him at I t...

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THE SCHOOLMASTER "ABROAD." [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

THE SCHOOLMASTER «- ABROAD.' Mister Dennis O'Sullivan, a recently imported *? jcwil' from the Emerald Isle, was summoned by Mr. Robert Smith, a professor of the sable science of cliimncy-swecpingt. rejoicing in a phiz redolent. oT 'blue ruin,' and. 'Wth . a 'superabundance of nasal organ, which amply pictificd his familiar cog nomen of f Conk/ Bob,' for having neglected to pay the sum of lls. 8d., being the amount churned for five weeks' rent of certain premises let to the (aid Dennis O'Sullivan by the aforesaid Itobcit Smith. I Mr. Smith, in support of his demand, averred, - that he let a large shed, abutting on his soot ware-' muse, to the defendant, at the moderate rent of 2s. 5d. weekly; and that this died, bribe aid of n little paint and a few deal boards, was metamor phosed into a very respectable looking ?' Classical Academy,' asa large board over the entrance, with the description pointed in legible characters, duly apprized the public. The defendant began busi ness with a c...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

Go ttt Ctftor. Sea,— It u strange that neither one or the other newspapcre published in this town, send a re porttf to 'die Police OKw. The public should be male acquainted with the proceeding) In the Folios dsputment, under Uo nrjr ablemanagementof the present learned and experienced Magistrate, John Clark, Chquiro, ana tint frpowledge suoma uc, w ttaja^^-»»uni»«e#r,iiekn* oMkepinilic ? ? I beztoatate ?» CHC'tKCt w/u decided about a Wl^kTirwIA^Ihefearaed Chief displayed w»doin«ndfaiowledgB.*Bi«ely equalled, perhaps, by the renowned Solomon of ancient times. One nMrett,»-*«-'ullt nsm«B, wai observed by one or the «enttnel«: stationed over a chain-Rang, in «»rW conversation with a prisoner at labar »n it, Md M directed by him to go away, it being con trary to orders that any person should have any communication with the prisoners. Barrett refused to obey the orders of the sentinel, and obliged him M take him in charge. The following day the sen tincl nrefeired* charge against Banett ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

.fix, ship TOW? news. Dec. 6 ? Arrived the schooner Edward, Jaceb, Iroro Circular Head. Dec 6. —Arrived the schooner Jorm DDN60OHB*, Jf 'Lean, from New Zealand, consigned to Messrs. Edaie, Welsh- Co. . Due. 9— Anive4 the LowErrbiT, Captain tfran cis, from London, via Cape Uood Hope, mm a ge neral cargo, consigned to Mr. John Caps Cargo ot tiic Ash (barque), Virtue from Ian don-. —2 pipes, 10 hiids.,- quarter-cayta Tenerifle, 308 oars, 12 casks white lead, CO cases cordials, 11 eases, 1G bales, 1 trunk done, 1 case jewellery, 198 boxes soap and caudles, 80 hlids. SO casks beer, 88 coses Port, 86 ditto sherry, 8 hbds. brandy, 4*ases bats, SO toxet tin, 66 boxes glass, 6 crates, 6 -cases ? ,4 pumps, 8 iron pipes, 4 tuckers, 1 bundle sickles, 1 case guns, 4 trunks ahoes, S cases haber dashery, 8 cases doth caps, 148 casks beer, £30 deals, 8 tierces tobacco, 89 packages rope, 6 ploughs, Eddie, Welsh, it Do;; 1 case hardware, 135 barrels strong ale, 6 esses wearing apparel, 100 casks Ro m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 10 December 1836

NEW STORE* . Evandalc, JSl'ew River, :? HEt.a umw bikcu.v'8. rpBE'Undenugnea.'begs leave to announce, that * the above-named STORE, will lie opened on WEDNESDAY, tile 7tU Dec. next, with the fol lowing fruh selected Stock of GOODS :— Best Cognac brandy in hhds; Ditto Leeivard Island rum in ditto Ditto Hollands and English gin in ditto M'Gawn'* wiiiJkey in ditto, and by the fire gallons Case gin ? ? ? ??- ?'???? ' Cape wine in taW and quarter pipes, and by , the five gallons ? ?Poet wine in S-doren cases, warranted - Sherry in ditto Madeira in ditto Taylor's brown stout in -hhds. Bottled porter in 4-doien and 7-dozen casks Slops of all descriptions ? ? ? ? A few cases prints, of the newest patterns Sheeting and shining calicoes . Bonibazettcs, muslin handkerchiefs - Jcannetts, black Holland Table cloths and covers Counterpanes, various sizes Silk and cotton handkerchiefs Towelling, drill Fianne!, blankets, &4tht«nd ll-4tlii Superfine broadcloths, various colon Single keneymer...

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