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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

EABTON'S STORES. 1 AFRRSH SUPPLY OF PROVISIONS, fcc, „ from the latest arrivali ?— 1 RneYorbhirebxamsColonialditto,andcheeks, tickled tongues, piune Irish pork and butter j£ in barrels aud firkins p lord and pickled tuet . Fine red herring., pickled English n«kerel, '? inthepriinestconditioB { Pickle, in wiety But Durham mustard.wholeaad giwind pepper Sauces to Tariety, .curry powder * Vinegar, line French ditto, bottled Capers, olivet, £pum salts Ginger, cream of Urtaj, cocoa, ebopoleta. . Spices, nutmegs, vermicelli Jbrctlona nut-, fine new honey Raisins, cunants, oatmeal, tplit JWi o Sago, tapioca, coffee S fine Patna rice ii Ginger beer powder a HeoDtoioat sugar b Crushed ditto, for prastrriaff C Mauritius ditto But India ditto Superior HYSON SKIN TEA. Basket, Liverpool, and St. Vim (alt , Tfc£ cues ef English awuld art dtp caidlci iaglinh »oap in «6 aid llfflb. bus* 1 ftalcb, Mite, Mseiinj. ?ri-svsna ' ibeklead.«c ?WINES, STIEKS, Ac, at ami, of th.best Quality. tin* Cognac, bra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

~ SAI.ES BY AUCTION. Sale at Oaddesdcn, MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD Has instructions to Sell by Auction, at Gaddesden, j near Campbell Town, on Friday, the 27th inst., rpHE following highly improved STOCK viz. :— I- 10Q0 choice breeding ewes 2500 ewe and wether Iambs 1000 wethers ALSO, . . That well-known through-bred impacted mare Die Veknoh ICatib, » thrcv-year-old bay filly, by Peter Fin, out or Die Vebnon A two-year-old entire colt, owu brother to CiTlE And several valuable brood mares and horses ALSO, A large number of highly improved cattle. 1 pure Devon Dull 1 Ayreshire ditto 1 yearling Hereford ditto Terms will be most liberal. . Refreshments will lie provided at 11 o'clock. — The Sale to commence precisely at 12 o'clock. Every accommodation afforded to purchasers. .Extensive Sale of Stock. MR. J.C. UNDER WOOD has- received in structions to Sell by Auction, on WEDNES ' DAT, the 1st of February, at Killafaddy, at 12 o'clock, the following highly improved STOCK, I the property of John...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

Jjigl) ^a.ittr at %:nina-ttui- n. «. '? «? ?5uma» ....8 10! Wdi.csday .. 10 00 Monday.... 8 SO Thursday.... 10 80 Tueslay.... 9 .25 ? Friday .... U 00 Saturday ? 11 45 J. R. Bateuan. Harbour Master. Mt. De Little's MarMe Chimney Pieces are tetn pirarilyset up Tor public inspection at his stores in Caneron street. PersoiK ir'40 feel disposed to in dulge in this specie, of English luiury.will do well toKtst the present, ail. p:rha:is, the only oppor tunity afforded then for gratifying it.

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE. Hobart Town, 19th January, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

GOVERNMENT HOUSE, Hobail Town, 19th January, 1BB7. 1ADY FRANK.UN will be happy to receive ?he I*«ie» who nay be desirous of waiting upon her, althe Gownment Bouse, Launeeiton, on Fiiday, ?, th«W»f 'ebruaryneit, from 8 to 11 o'clock, P SiUwfatenaiag to be pr*s»«l on this occasion, utf 4s«MMed to «MtV their cards to the Aid-de. ?CirojTl«Pr«rW-.d.r.«dalK,todeli.er their ...,.,, .i-wt- ?^.?«H;-El(L10Tr,JL-D.-C/t ???'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

Tlic oppression—the long oppression endured by the people of this Colony, cawe in them feejings Md awicipatUi highly favourable to the Adnii ' sfoiathw^^^aceessor of the tyrant whoacca jiMMdit Bunngtktiest^ }«a^-it nay be said that we have lingered ia » condition— for ? community— the most degraifingly subservient. We have submitted «o the utrnont degree of humiliation, which' the practice of erery artifice on the part of the detested Arthur in the Colony for the previous tii years— rendered us eligible to bear— and every misrepresentation he could make to the Home Au thorities during the whole period of his misgovern menu-nude it appear that we deserved. It is true that the grand cause of our past misery is re moved—the community is not now insulted with the presence of its tormentor ; — he it gone— yet, behind aim is left the accursed system of Government he adopted, and the same offensive means he employed to carry his measures into effect. Still, we have in authority over us, th...

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MOON INHABITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

MOON INHABITED. Sir John Herschel went to the Cape of Good Hope at the end of the year 1684, as his most fa- vourable position for making his long-meditated ob- servations on the moon. The instruments he took with him were on the most stupendous scale, and he was liberally supplied with all the money requisite for the undertaking. We may observe that his ob- ject glass weighed nearly seven tons, and that its   magnifying power was 42,000 times. Every thing I else was in proportion. On the 10th of January, 1835, he began operations, of which a sketch has just been published, preparatory to the publication of all the scientific details. If this book tell truth Sir John certainly has seen wonders. The first   thing that met the view of the observers, was a shearing pile of basaltic rock, of a greenish brown color, covered with a dark red flower, like the rose poppy. To this succeeded verdant declivities, le- mon forests, billowing waters, gloomy caverns, splen...

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THE PERTH BRIDGE JOB [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

THE PERTH BRIDGE JOB Ought to be enquired into. The abuses that exist in that public undertaking arc as notorious as the sun at noon day. We feel assured that to put a' stop to them, it is only necessary that an enquiry should take place. In the name of common justice, what amount of labor has the country a right to ex pect from the united services of nearly two hundred men, who are employed in erecting the Perth Bridge ? It is now nearly two years since it was commenced, end we are informed, that since Mr. Kenworthy left it, which is many months ago, no thing has becu done to it. Sixteen men have been. employed ten months opening a stone quairr, atd fifteen or twenty men for so long a period, hme been cmplojed in making a road to it of about thiee quartet's of a mile in length, and tliat several blocks of STONE, that had been token from the Quarry .—melted uway like sugar in the shower of rain that fell a few nights back. If the building of the Perth Bridge is to be continued a job...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 January 1837

FROM THE GAZETTE. January 1», iMfe'^ .. PROCLAMATION.' * By Vts EnnUpacyCoJopel Knrsntni Shod ouss, C B., fens; the Senior Military Officer in Comnnnovf His Majesty's Forces in the bland of Tan Diemen's Xand and its Dependenciecadministerisg the Govern ment thereof for the time being. . WHEREAS by the Act of this Island passed forthe rUjtuUtioauf .Distilleries, and for the imposing Duties on Spirits distilled therein, a Duty was imposed of Form Shiluwm upon all Spirits distilled from malt, Grain, or- any other Material, being respectively the produce of this Colony ; and of Eight Ssuuimu per Gallon, upon all Spirits distilled from sugar or any other Material, not being the produce of this Colany : — And whereas it was enacted that it should be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor to diminish those duties respectively, either generally, or for such limited period as he shall think fit :— Now, I, the said lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Snodgiats, us such Senior Military Officei as afore sai...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

lautmiStoii JSttail $ricc Currrnt. * s. d. * ?. d. Ale.perhhd. 8 0 0 Ate per dozen 0 IS £ Barkperton 3 0 0 Brown stout do. 0 12 6 1 Beerperhbd. 4 10 0 Coffee per Ib bag 0 1 0 Bread(41b. loaf)0 0 8 Cheese per Ib. 0 10 Biscuit per ovt. 1 JO OHamsperdo. 0 10, Butter per Ib. 0 2 6S»lt|ierton 4 0 0 Salt ditto', 0 2 0'Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Harri per Ib.' 0 2 O'l. France sugar 85 0 0. Ihcon oerditto 0 .1 8E.I. do.perlb. 0 0 4 Beef per Ib. .0 O 8 Ditto per Ib. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Ditto loaf peril). 0 0 0 Pork.pei.il-. 0 0 8 Rum (duty paid) 0 18 7 Veal pe- ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Chocolate per IbO * 0 Brandy duty paid 0 18 4 Clretse per do; 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 SO Caniilesruioulrli 0 1 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (dipt) 0 1 0 Ditto in bond 0 4 0 Kipper dozen 0 2 0 Tea per chest ti 0 « Bran pel- bushel 0 1 0 Ditto per Ib. . 0 3 0 Oatmeal per Ib. 0- 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 1 0 Hay per tun 5 0 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 t 0 Hides each(uvg0 7 0 Cigars per box 4 4 0 Heps per }b. 0 ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

Com iHatlitt. We cannot quote any advance in the price of grain this week, -although repoits from the inteiior of the destructive progtea of tht giub, afford an ticipation of a rise. Wheat Ss6d to 7(, barley, new, &. to 6s 60. ? bnrlcv. Tape, 4* 6a to St., oats, new, Z* to 6s., line Oout.'l II. per -tun. Wan Is 6d per bushel, ha; 41. 10, to 41. lSs., old potatoes £1. 10. pel tor, sew do. 'A p:rdo ? Cookier, Jan. 87. '

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Dhases of the Moon [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

3$\\Mti of U|c fttoon last quarter- 80th Jan.— 20 mts. past 4 morning. Su7lsu7 iSy'Day length Day Equation Jan. S,un „' light light of incrca of ?H'*' begins ends day scs. time. V J4 40|? U[8 -20|8 4(l|l4 3s]o itfUgj

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High water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

. feifift SQattt at ftiumctfton. H. If. H. M. Sunday .... 12 45 Wednesday .. 9 45 Monday.... 1 45 Thursday.... 4 00 Tuesday.... 3 15 Friday ? 4 45 Saturday ? 5 80 . J. S. Batckam, Harbour Mattel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

LAUNCESTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. g iN Sunday morning the 5th February, a SER V I MON Will be preached in St. John's Church, Launceston, by the Venerable Archeacon HtnrcHitia, InaidioT the Lpunceiton Benevolent Society. Every accommodation will be afforded to the Public; and the JJo;th Gallery will be fitted up for the occasion. ? HENRY BOWLING, Hoh. Sic.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

Vto lt)t iSBitor. Si» — I percicvc.by your correspondent ' Z.' com ing again to thecharge, and perverting plain terms and commonsensc, that he sees things through a false medium,or labors under Borne aberration of intellect. He states, that I observed that the road near the Windmill Hill ' was to be made by constables.' I Mated no such thing, but said, that constables could remove the obstacles which obstructed that road, far it mi made long since, and so easy would it lie to remove them, that an old woman with a fire stick could do so, for she would have nothing more to do than to ignite the lire-wood which Mr. Law rence ha* heaped across it, and the road would be once more open to the public If, as he stater, that the inhabitants of Launces ton cringed to Colonel Arthur to induce him to grant some favor to the town, he was the more un grateful, for having cajoled and deceived them; his hostility to this side of the Colony was so great, that he rather retarded than accelerated the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

The Weenie Art, itkpptan, ii trader nvisiota ; I and, like all the other fcungling Art. Of the Arthur I ?ystem, »erjr much requires It. Thit Art, -taken u a sample, maj give a'strangfcran idea fcow thingi ' were. conducted in this Colony, while it hod the misfortune to giDan. under tyranny and oppres sion. 'Welave the authorityjjfthE toss* writers on jurisprudence for stating, .that no law. can even ArraoicH perfection, unlea there be an appeal to a higher tribunal than the one which it ejeates; look, then, at the present License Act, and the appeal (if «uch it can be called^ lie* from a mirk Etoa to an iNrauoa Court — it is an appeal from the Magistrates assembled in secret conclave, with closed doors, at their annual meetings, (where no one gains stdinUtanee who ho anything to do with the matter, or whose interests ere lying at the mercy of men proud «f their ' brief authority'), to themselves, at petite iCTsionR. Is there an unfor tunate publican, who does not take his beer or hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

TO CAPITALISTS. THE PROPRIETOR of tlie undermentioned Property, having occasion to proceed to Europe, has resolved to dispose or the same either on long leases, with approved securities, or by tale at such - crcditK and interests as may be mutually agreed upon— the object or the Proprietor being rather to secure a certain income than to withdraw 4iis capital . from the Island. . FIRST. . All those valuable and extensive premises, occupied and used as a BUTCHER'S SJHOP, At the comer -of Elizabeth aud Bathwtt ' Street'. ; . comprising an excellent Dwelling Bouse, £ood Stabling, enclosed yard, detached offices, aud which in point of situation, extent and convenience for any general business, stands unequalled. These premises will be 'disposed of with or without the GOOD WILL. ? ? -¥»,«*-. An extensive first rate TALLOW CHANDLERY, ATTACHED TO THE Butchering Establishment^, With nil neceuary Implements. SECOND. TWSE EUOIBLE rRCVUES KHOWH AS THE iTAhl,*?? WAREHOUSE, Which embrace the adva...

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CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. JAN. 28, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

CORNWALL CHRON1CLK LAUNOESTON - V. p. LAKD, SVT10LDAX. JgH. 28, IBM. ' LlbMly -llhll.netr ts 10 be prttV-ned In tla»«ry_ .,tb.ecor«y.' ^^ V We have an article in type upon the subject of the forthcoming Administration, which, upb'ri'a W perusal_wc think proper to postpone, until certain formalities on the part of the Chief Authority, are gone through. We possess every doire to we the Colony prosper— and are willing to believe that Sir John Franklin will be the means— by which the utmost of our anticipations may be realized. NOTICE— The Inhabitant having generally expressed their desire to meet His Excellency Sir John Faanklin on his approach to the *own, the Commandant purposes beipg at the Colonial Hos pital on Wednesday next, the 1st of February, at 8 o'clock in the afternoon, to meet such of the In habitants as may assemble, and to arrange on what paitof the road they will attend His Excellency's arrival. ' - - THOMAS RYAN, Commandant. -„ Uunceston, Jan, 29, 1897. It has been sug...

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This [?] Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

Ct)f« Wunln^'i IHaiT. Tiro new Journals me mid to be about flatting jn'flobort Town, one of them to be named the Quemcv. We hare as objection to transfer the /poatiWiU Cbbonicu, cot and deibb, to any jitw «B-didftte for public patronage. .0/ private infornntion we learn, that certain Changes have taken place in the Customs depart ment, upon which we shall have a word or two to offer next week. ? -Mr.' Hackett bas been sentenced to four months imprisonment, and 8ned £100, foran assault upon »i. Scott. Mr. Gregson is tote bioughtup for judgment this day. The Wiuu'tf Mduu has arrived, and dis ' charged 275. fiee women — another of Mr. Lieute nant -Marshall's importations. . ' A committee bas been appointed, to report upon tVKingU Orphan' School, consisting of 8 gentle, men. , . ? ' ' 'Ikfessn. R. C.Cunn, Ww. Franks, and Fredfc. Forth, are confirmed by the Secretary of State in titlr Colonial oppotntmenU. JA*)ttn-|K-leteittd King of France has had .^JMh«r|Mlr^M4th escape from assassinat...

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POLICE EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

POLICE EXTRAORDINARY. The following singular case has only recentljr teen brought to llghf, and that in a very curious Way. it is not long since, wheniall the circunr. ? stances were disclosed at one of our principslnolicc offices, 1ftt owing to the successful efforts trowe at the time *o suppress the inquiry altogether, the public, . in all probability, would %avc tamaued -in perpetual ignorance, but for the loquacious turn of the iparty immediately concerned. *.'valusile lit tie work, entitled ' Anglers' Rambles,' has recently. been published, in which the narrative appears. The writer fells the story with artless success, and with equal delicacy suppresses the real name of the publisher. So shall we, though it is well known to ut — at the fame time we may be allowed so far to: ndulge innocent curiosity, as to state, thatthis sin gular being lives within about twenty miles of the county town of Suffolk. Having landed between i us two brace of good trout, and returned some ►mailer ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 January 1837

SHIP NEWS Jan 27— Arrived the schooner Adelaide, from Port Phillip. Jan. 29 Arrived the Gen, Henry, and Industry     , from Port Phillip, at George Town, not yet entered. Jan 21 Sailed the barque ARABIAN for London Passengers, Captain & Mrs Kyle and family. John and Maria Burton.       Jan 21— Sailed the schooner Enterprise for Port Phillip. .Passengers, Mr. Brock, William Nelson, George Daw, John Forbes, John Suther land, William Grews, John Dunnon, wife, and family, Henry Brady, George Smith, James Grow, Thomas Fitzmaurice.     J»N. 21^-Sailedthc schooner ThistlsV for Port r*iry. . .- ? ? , Jan. 2S_ Sailed the brig SiBXV.for Port Phillip. —Passengers, P. N. Munro, Esq., Robert Bennison, Mrs. Williams, Thomas Oakley, Thomas Rooket, Ralph FuraeU. i J»M..2S~Sailed the -Schooner. SiUY A*N, for P«rtFairy. ? ' ? JtM. 27— Sailed the barque Ann, Virtue, matter, for London. Passengers, Mr. D....

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