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Post Office Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

Soft i&Au. lauturrfton. Mails will dew at this Office as follows,— To JCogland, per Ciwlu, vja Hobart Town, on Monday Jan. Sad., at IS o'clock. To Sydney,, per Wiu.un, on Wednesday, 4th Jan , at 12 o'clock. To England, per Ash, ntixircLT on the 20th Jan. ^ ?

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY DEC 31, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

Our Friends and SuUc-iilers ore particularly re quested to bearSn mind, that Uir. present Number concludes the Quarter, and that an early settle ment of all arrears trill be thanlfnlly acknow. ledged. ? CORNWALL CHRONICLE V. D. LAND, SATURDAT. DFX. 81, 1886. «? Usertv'wltti -l«««er if «o fce prrftrred to alamy with «c«rl«y.' ^^ A tieket^f-ieave, as the name .Implies, is a li cense granted to prisoners of the Crown, after a cer tain number of years of good behaviour, according to the termoftheit respective sentences, as a re ward (t»»,Bnd induoeinent to, Rood conduct,— but by the novel decision of our sapient Police Magis trate, this modem Solon, aided by the advice of his Clerk, by whom he fa said to be governed, no trades mim. mechanic, or arttean, who obtains this hard earned indulgence, will be allowed to rematn in lAunceston— they must be oanished to the bush, to practice their trade or calling in the wood* or take to bushianging for theii support. If they-are sawyers, they arel...

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Phases of the Moon [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

? Vtiaetfr -of tl)t jHoou I-ut quarter— 8ttt Dec — IS nits, past 1 afternoon. „ Sun | Sun I Day lDay (length Day (Equation | '* |begin»|ena6 day ses. ) time. * (4 S-l7 86J2 £0 9 lollS isle S«i A {'Jr

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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

A HAPPt' HEW YEAR TO YOU! The new vcitr lint ngain come round, An( hills us all be merry. Turn, let dull care at nnn; lie froivncf', !u prime old Fort or Sherry. Cose, friend, the Lottie stand J with you, tad surely 'tis improper. When mirth admits you of her crew, Tube, a bottle-stopper.

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

Corn jfiarhtt. No business doing, in this maikct. Prices arc merely nominal, and may be quoted— for Wheat 4i. to * fid. ;. Barley 6s, ; OuI.Sk. Fine Flour 18t., seconds ditto Us per 100 Ihs, Tile Adstimlun of the 20th inttunt.quotes wheat — highest 6s ; lowest '4s ; average Si. Fine flour 16»., leconas 10s per 100 1!*,— redoes theGiznrz uf the same. day. Gmur— TJtis ronikct is somewhat heavy, and nothing has h«n done in foreign wheat. Sales of wheat per Jiuhie have liceii made at 6s. to art ive. Colonial has Ueii sold at 5s to 6s. Flour has within these two days dropped its pi ices, and now we quote at 16s. Sugar iv in much more lively de ' maud, and tales hate been made at j 86 per tan far fair Mauritius. Holders are unwilling to tell un der the prices. The arrival of dray* in town has created more demand far tea and sugar, em) it is feared tlmt the increased demand mny raise tlic pri ces. Coffee is in more request, and talcs of fair quality have been made at 9d. Rice is Hill heavy...

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The American War of Independence. Continued form our last. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

€\)t Sditristatt War of fiittrpinOeiict. [Continued from our last] They were sometimes s whole day in travelling four or fire miles, with their bajnrue laced op their '?hacks and axes In their Juujdsjttfli&ajrpad through 'the wilderness. Somcof the men-died at Ust with weariness j many others fell sick; and all of them wereat lengtbsorely pressed forfooo1. M»iiyayouii(f noldiei, as he lay down at sight, hungry and tired, . un his pillow of green boughs, thought or the warm . bright fireside where a mother was weeping for him. Uut these thoughts weie vain. They rote in the morning, tmd pressed on patiently, brave men as they were. By tbe time they had reached the source of the Dead River, ? branch of tie Kcnnebcc, their pro visions weie almost exhausted. . The soldiers were living, or rather starving, now, upon the poor lean dogs they had taken with them, and even this bod svas a luxury. At this place, Colonel Enot received ordert from Arnold to send back the tick to Boston. ...

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Quarter Sessions Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

Quarter Sessions! — ».HlimfSrnn. Notice is hereby pvrn, that the Court of General Quarter Sessions for the district or Launcettoa, will be aolden at the Court Bouse, Xaunceston, on Monday, the 2nd day of January next.for tbe trial of prisoner*, mnihtariBg^j^tpetU, vbw«ll^ier. ?oni under ncogniauice to appear are required to attend. ?

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

fti(rj) CHattt at Uauiittfiton. h. b. n. « Sunday ....8 00 1 Wednesday . . 10 If Monday.... 8 46 Thursday..., 11' 00 Tuesday.... 9 80 1 Friday ? ii *£ Saturday ? SO r.K. J.H.Baj»m», Harbour Master.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

lauii««toti i&rtail -gritt Cunmt. . * t. a. £ ?. d. Ale,perjihd. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 12 6 Bark per ton 8 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 Beerperhhd. 4 10 0 Coffee per 1b tag 0 1 O Breadf«b. ioaf)0 0 8 Cheese per ib. 0 10 Biscuit per cwt. I 10 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per Ib. O 2 £ Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 2 0 So»p per ditto 45 0 0 Hams per 1b. 0 2 O I. Fiance sugar S£ 0 0 Bacon per ditto 0 1 8 E. I. do. per Ib. 0 0 0 Beefper4b. 0 0 « Ditto pet Ib. bag 0 O 4 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf per Hi. O 0 « Pork pei Ib. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) O 18 7 Veal pei ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in tend 0 4 0 Chocolate toerlbO 5 0 Brandy duty pud 0 18 4 Cheese per do. 0 I 0 Ditto in bond 0 £ 0 Candlesfmouldt 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto -dip-) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Eggs per dozen 0 2 0 Tea perchest 6 0 0 Bran per buthelO 1 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 3 0 Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 vj Tobacco do. bond 0 1' q Hay per ton S 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 t o Hides each [a vgO 7 0 Cigars per box 4 t q Hops per Ib...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

SMSJfS— original poetry, insanHx Tit an eastern dime, and an Indian night, Anattiefire-Jy «iti around ?parkling and bright, He cool air blows at that evening hour. Street with the Kent of the Champa flower ; Th» moon o'er the titypoius its light. And »H wound it serene, and bright. ¥Wft1iAM*fadiM with unMllla] um. VIA «are oife Vm, and a lush on hit fan, Who hastily walki at that Menlng time, ,is4ra*m^c^of^t-lropkal%liinej . ' Hfcre.eWlp\iVaEa wandering eye, Are wnnatoei or dan that had long gone bye, For slight and neglect had severed the chain That linked aim to life with its load of pain : Disgusted with worldly fraternity ; He hsd dared to iuth oa Eternity. ITith what feelings lie sate and wrote to his home, To hit parent, andftiendt, may be imaged by some, TWai madnest to «y from this world of woe. So short ak our sojourn it here Wow; ButtoitWat-forliiteupwiafull W the sleeping potion so deadly and dull ; With a steady land it was raised to his bead, That draught which would nu...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

€ifl»i«fo.tofc Sr«,— I Hud some one of your Correspondent! frequently complaining that die Got eminent do not open or snake & road Into SAuncctton by the ^t»eighWrhoodi»aJUdtiiirou»lSt-nautAotfJd lie raited «t Che public expense. ' ' i For say part, I do not tee In what mjr tbe peo ple of Ituuieettoa.or the public generally would be benefited by a road into the town over the Wind nill iBiU, ?» such a ml would not leao in w direct »lii* to the Wharf, the Public OIBces, the Banks, or the Merchanti Store*, asthe present one by tbt Sand Hill. , few Towns in England have ? better entranoe than&auncciton, and iu principal meets are net surpassed by any jn the world— a Custom Houw, a Court Hour, and, abovo all, 4he supplying tbe Towa with (rater, are works of far greater utility thin the making a road upon the Windmill Hill, where there are no bouui, and which would only beiued at a drivo for our grandest, and the idle portion of the community. When your Correspondent can s...

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FAREWELL TO BRISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

FAREWELL TO BRISTOL. [bv a -scroNc ubt.] O dear happy Biutol '. tho' now far from thee. In «h- wiMi oravummnta tfaou »rtthbugWof ty me, With a feeling of pleasure not unmii'd with the giirf Which pervades my mind now, without a reprieve ; My heart beat* with anguish at a view of the sky. Which envelopes my Una valued friendF.tlio'not nigh The water of Lethe I gladly would drinii, To drown recollection, and never moie think — But tnemoty wafts me to those happy scenes. On the banks of the Avon to which my heart leans ; How oft have J stray'd and wound thru' the rock— Wbich o'trhangt the river,& with rapture would rtup Or gaze on the pale one, whom sickness would bt ing To the famed wollof Clifton to taste of its spring ; fcetcn monUitiiaveelarwd since 1 left the gay spot. That now far away, will ne'er be forgot ; Tho* oceans and teas between us may roll, It ever (ball have * place in my soul. Adieu ! the dear land of my earliest choice, Where all interested, and made me rejoi...

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BURIAL AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

? BURIAL AT SEA. Hark to the heavy toll of that bell, Mournfully rounding the funeral knell, OF one who w»» lately the hope, and joy, -H ill aged Mother, her favorite Boy. And slowly and sternly the crew surround Th« gang-way port, nt that mournful sound ; Seamen and Oflloers muttering, tell The saddened cause or that clow toll'd bell. 2J» (rating i« to gang-way led, 3%e colors jthey cover the bonus or Hit dead, Thai shapeless form draws every eve. And uicoveii each hch,4, as il»' carried by. Still and death-like silence reigns As heavily rolling, the vessel strains ?. And heave* on the sea, and flaps her tails, At the wind thro' her rigging moan* and wails, T&Moteein right the- awate'lee, -' -Who have fought and bled winery sea, With features bronted, and tartly form. Wio hare net and biav«l tut wreck and -hs stoim. 'Tit a solemn sight such men to see, At this finishing ad of tnoitality : With quivering lip, and uncovered head, Silently praying for the soul of the dead. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

' Z*RBBB dlWjftSt I \^T001' pumit»Mi, or advances made upon Jy YWffiPl?h»^WftjwBM the under-' ** contigumeritat -by the Undersigned, . CT. U.jaeatiorieS^TJra-^S.tiH'ijcfifcc WILLIS, KEOGH & Co. iwpectfully iirvfa* pn^io inspection t.^ ? : Cameron-street, Splendid bibnie Tea Utns, Coffee Pott, .and Oct. 89tii, 1885. ^ ? ? Percolator! ? ' ? ~ ' ' ?' Bert quaUty-l-aUt«»t.»ttRrnBriU)wUiiietiI TENTS AND TAHPACLINS. T^Pofcof very large jjz* ' - T\ TADE to Order ty the Undersigned, on tbe VolitbedSieetJFireJrfSi* ' ' . , ?»-!. shortest notice. ^ r£fVPEHS_4rpwal, W«*. taw, and {Wo ? . ? ^ gcOTT. ' Wire, of Ve^aSne patter* ' * Wharf, Nov. 19^886. ? S^»S««S^!L^ bura,»nt«iniDg2,f61-«TO, «llf6nc«dal.al-» l^^5,ll^S£nX^?i; ' ? «te paddock within the ring, newly put up, and a, TjELt^De? l??8Ifc - v . in ttewr, ««* «'- «™* «ubrt«u.l .nanner/eona! . Chailcs.«trcct, Dec. 17, 1»«6. to my ^ ^ ^ny. wUh a nw j-ok HoutJ of B*ltm.BBVii MTAWWfePsa , four apartments. For a Sheep Run it only wants ?^*...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

SHIP TOM? NEWS. ' Dec 35— Arrived tHe SCHOONER SALLY Ann, from Portland Bay. Ok, 3S.— \m»e4 the cuttec VANSITTART, from Hobart Town, with a general cargo. »«c. K— Arrived the cutter Mary ANN, from Port Phillip. Dbc.27,— Arrived tbe brig Viixum, fiom Syd ney, with a general cargo. . Dec. 27 ? Arrived the aclooiitr Gem, from Syd ney, with a general cargo.' a : ? '. ^ X . Dec. 28.— Arrived the brig Hekbv, from Port PJiUtip, in ballast, Dec. 27 ? Sailed the schooner EAGLE, for Port Phillip. Dec. SI.— Sailed die Government brig TAMAR. Dec 81 ? Cleared the whotraer John Duns count, M'Lean, for Port PJiillip. :Cargo-£6 head ot cattle, Shones, 8000 feet of nine, and 1000 feet ?f hardwood. ' . . . . . Die. 91;^Cleared, the schooner Indhstr*, Lan- ' «ey, Cor Fort PaMip. CaijD^SOO sheep. - I H0B»BT TOWN SHIT NEWS. j Pec 26— Arrived the ship CoumBU, Captain Thornton, from London, 1st Septembei, Land's Xnd 7th do., with'agwieralcargo aud passengers. Dec, 28— Arrived the Sea Witcb, Captain Hud ?o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

FROM THE GAZETTE. Offlce of the Board of Assignment, GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary'* Office, Dec. 22, 1886. HIS Excellency the Officer Administering the Government, has this day received a Des patch (No. II ), frqm the Right Honorable the Se cietary of State, dated Doiruingttreet, SSth Au gust, 1886, transmitting the Copy of uu Act or Par liament which has been passed, to continue for ano ther year the Act or 9th Ceo. IV., cap. 88, of which Act the following is a Copy, and is published for general information. -' Anno Sim & Su-timo. Culiclmi IV. Regis. Cap. xlvi. An Act to continue udtil the Thirty fint day of December, one thousand eight hun dred and tiiirty-fcven, and from thence to the end of the then next Session or Parliament, — an Act of the ninth year or hi* late Majesty, for the Administration oT Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land.' [2Sth July, 1886.] Whereas, an Act was patted in the 6th year or the Reign of liis late Majesty KfngCeorgc the Fou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. To be Sold by Public Auction, ... HOUSE AND BuTlDINC CROOND. J^iSiSfSSS^SffSSsL _.'_., '. ? ~n ,,. - M. day, I2tii January, 1887, immediately after the To be Sold by Public Auction, s Je aireadv advertised, ^ tue «Sr8MigELM'KEE,po«tiTclrmthoutd,e ? \H'*CJm*iaB bu. Ilock\ , '. least ire. '? ' — Terns will be made known in oejt advertisemen LOT -V— A liffte- Allotment' on the ' Windm, 'I- ! JOJW ZEALAND FINE. ~ IJhlll, fronting in the Square, *oo adjoining To be SOW bv I'ubHc Auction, the property of Mr. J.W. Bell, Mr. D. A. Turner, BVMn w » enniP t?aHpihleyieD-lC0Iltiinillga TW7 comfc-rta- o.K85r£A I8BSB! «« ffil^ 6._Fi« excellent Building Allot- J2* ^^v^ousa^S P'*dfl *** ' .TOhdmill-liill. «'d »ajoinlDE tnej.ropertie.orMr. ^_ pJKE „ JoHJ j}cilfmm^ containing up %aw5ft. ?-.tot :?*. «. tiar-*. **££*£ Wpteent. depo.it. ..d the -pURlfflTURBTTCAXl^ ftmalnderhy approved BilU at 8 and 6 month..— GLASS, CHINA, &C, &C , AlC. lot 9 to 8— 10 per cent deposit, ...

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latest Intelligence from the Sydney Papers. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 31 December 1836

Governor Bourke is expected shortly to visit Ho bart Town.   Latest intelligence from the Sydney Papers.   PORT PHILLIP. By the return of H. M. S. Rattlesnake, we learn that the new settlement is progressing in a quiet manner. The 38 prisoners of the Crown that were sent down have behaved themselves in an or derly manner, much to the satisfaction or the Com mandant ; they have principally been employed in removing provisions from the vessel, which is a long process, as they have to be conveyed over a swamp to the settlement. A house has been erected for the Commandant. Three public-house licenses have been granted ; one is kept in a log hut, the others are of turf. There is only one shoemaker at the settlement, but no tailor, carpenter, or wheelwright, who are much wanted. Two men have been sent up for smuggling rum, and the publican who bought the spirits been fined 80-and one for the murder of an aboriginal, by shooting him. There are neither butcher nor ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

Cort vMu'ut No transaction ha» VA mi place in this market dur. in* the past week, beyoil those necessary for the roiisuiiotio.iof the Tavi. Wheat must lie con lH;r«d alamiminslptice just now. The mischief done hy the Grub to the Corn croat it general thriug'iout the districts on this, tile Northern tide of tie Island. Simulators nujur a short crop in C3im-i|ucnce— and rea'ly if the icpwts we have of t'le destructive oxiMti'iiu of the Grub are correct— ?»? little &-rn will tic left f.-r the flail. Barley 6i. ' to 6s. 61jO»t«4s. 6d. to5-. nerlnisbcl. Fine Dour ISs., seconds ilitta 15s. per 100 lbs. Wheat £«. 61. to 6s. 8d., nuts 6s. 9d. to 7«.. har Jey 8-. 61 to 7s.,.muize 5s, 91 to 6s. per bushel.— Ct)PMEH,Jan. 6.

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Bhases of the moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 7 January 1837

39l);i5r«s of tilt -iHuon. KtwMooB- 7th Jan.— 86 mts. part 9jno«ing^ isiiii I«ii7 ~naF|i-»*|lenKtlirD«y'iBniiatiBn J«- rtesUs W'M^M «f increa of ? |™» | ««« litgin-leiidRl day \m. \ time. Tj* tu|; soji ss\- --|is ojo k|^

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