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

Government Home, Hobart Town,   January 18, 18317. I am much delighted with the cordial congra tulations and warm assurances of support which I have received from you, the proprietors and oc   cupiers of land in the county of Devon. It will be the object, of my best endeavours to fulfil all the good hopes you entertain of my future administration; and I receive with sincere grati tude, and as the best earnest I can have of success, under the divine blessing, that those over whom I ?in appointed by our Gracious Sovereign to preside, do to promptly and heartily promise me their sup- port and co-operation.   These means are essentially requisite for the full development of the resources of this interesting Colony. Allow me to thank you, gentlemen, individually and collectively for your address. JOHN FRANKLIN.   Daniel Sutton, Esq., and the gentlemen signing the address of the proprie tors and occupiers of land in the county of Devon, ...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. To be^Slnld by t'ublic Auction, BY MR. R. WHITE, At his Auction Room, corner of Brisbane and St. John-streets, on MONDAY, January SO, at 1 o'clock, ' ' STEVEN -very valuable BUILDING ALLOT £3 MENTS, situate near the Catholic burial ground. . ' Auo,— A quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting or chairs, tables, bedsteads, feather bed, wool mattress, bmst-bound wrj.ing desk, feather pillows and blankets, comer cupboaid, glass and erockerymiare. Bearing apnarel.'WoU, the frame of a house, and a great variety of other useful ar ticles. . ....,--.. Terms will be made known at the time of rale; 7 o be sold by Pttblic Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At his rooms, coiner of Charles and Cadieron-ttreets, on MONDAY next, SOth January, at 1 o'clock precisely, without reseive— /\NE HUNDRED AMD FIFTY POZEN OF VT BOTTLED ALE, in S-dozen casks. TEHUS, Three months credit to purchasers above £20, on approved bills. Household Furniture, BOOKS, «Vc. fee Tote Sold bit Public Auction, B...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

Co % isBitor. Sib,— By a letter signed « A Friend to Educa tion on National Principles' in theLtCKCECTOM Att. vbiither of this weck,the public attention it invited to reflect on the propriety of the adoption in the Colony of Schools of 11 popular and respectable cha racter, to insure the education of the Youth of the middle claw of our growing community, at a com- | punitive small expente to the parents or tuch chllS i drcn. I am perfectly convinced that such tktablirt. : mentt would be the greatest possible good «hatf could lie inp'sf ted into out body politic; if; ins deed, they were governed by the |ieople and fostered by the Government, — but tuch establishments to be consiacrra atiiy no meant inteitennir -witn any or the present Government Schools, but to be of a dif ferent chtiactrr, at meeting our national wants more extensively than it it possible can be done by the prcK-nt system. If, Mr. Editor, you feel -tie subject to be of importance, no doiilit you will ob lige your il...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

- W-mi of tlje IHoon . K^.'ilooa- «th day-S7 mtt^piist 7 afternoon^ ? T'i — |-Da7lbav(-enttlil Daj tEyiation !?*.&' SU' JigntlighJ of decreJ of ™J^HHb^nJeSd.l fcyjjesjjjme^ l |i dj .Vis sols so|u u]o raj1*,''

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

Co tljt i£6itor. The sufferings of the Inhabitants of this Town, arising from Uie operation of ibc impolitic measura ' of our late arbitrary Government, aie rendered ten timet-more oppressive by. the luinous extortinn of the Gentlemen or the Legal Profession. The town ' never before was. in tuch a state of pecuniary em- ' bairasmeut, and 1 fear the claim, as the Tjsmxuw | calls it, is yet to arrive, although according to the : present indications, it camel be fat off. j It it 'an awful fact, that at the present time, in ! consequence of the Hanks refusing to discount even - tlie best paper— and the rapacity exercised by the I Lawyers towards paitics unable to meet their obli- I gations,tliat lite mercantile and trading community of the town p( Launceston, it in a Hate of the utmost possible pecuniary rmliarnisiment. The Insolvent Law is generally tupirated ta be tbe cause of the liunibcr of Insolvencies that have recently taken placej.ut the idea is erroneous— the Law itself, althou...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

' ffefsJ) SHsttt at ttauiucfitoui. . * .' «. ?? '? *? SunSav ...6 00 1 Wednesday .. 8 DO . 'Monqayi... 6 45 | Thursday.... 9 00 r?i-esasy.;... 7 80 , Friday ? 9 CO ju...~J-, Saturday ? 10 49 , J. R. BirauiN, Harbour Matter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

FDBLiCANS' LICENCES. '\totkf. is beKhy Pwn- tlmt tbe Q'^''^ Ji H«ting of Justices for the consideration of applications for licenses to keep public homes, and transfen thereof, wiN Ik held at the Court House, Lauiweston, or Monday nut, 6th day of Februaiy iiutan.t, at eleven uV-ioc'uiu the forenocn. M. KitvKEiiv, Clerk or the Peace. tjAUBceston, Feb. i, 13S7.

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Latest [?] Intelligence. RESIGNATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES BY SIR RICHARD BOURKE, K. C. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

Uattit ^iitincj) fiittlltgtnfe. RESIGNATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SEW SOUTH WALES UT SIR HICHAHI) BOCRK.K, K. C. fi. We understand that tbe Governor hu received a -tts;iatch by the FouTDKE,reinstating Mr. Riddell in the office of F.xrcutive Councillor. It is known to the public that the Governor tutpended Mr. Riddell from his office about the close of 1885. in communicating that suspension to the Secretary of State, Hit ICxcellcncv then intimated hit desire of retii inc from the Government in f lie «fnt «f i f-i« act not being confirmed by His Majetty't Govern ment. The Secretary of. State, we understand, in a tcperate despatch, earnestly urges HU Excellency not to persevere in this intention. His ficellcncy, however, abides by hit Gist decision,— not tocit in Council ivith Mr. Hiddcll. lu thit position cf affairs. Sir Richard Bourke only awaits the. return of Colonel Snodgruts fruni Hohart Town, to make the requisite arrangements for leaving in hit hands the clmrgeof the Government,...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

?HIP CT.NEWS. § -J*k,IW— Arrived the iclraoner Thistle, MI1U, Vitter.^rom Port Fairy. ; J»Hi 11— Arrived the Mioit, Allen, master, from the Me oTFrance, with sugar, ic. : r«. li-Arrired the EistB, F«wtborpe, matter, from 'Pottlaad Bay. .- :, ; Fes. J— Arrived the Whxuk, Thorn, muter, 1 from Sydney. ' ? ' : I'M. ?— Arrived1 tbcSiucM, Msw.rrom Sydney. Fen. i— Sailed the whooner Taurus, Mills, Hmtier, (or Fort Fairy. Fsb. 2— Sailed the Eiout, Fawthorpe, matter, tpr Portland Bay. ???? ?

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

' i \ Com jftarbtt. We cannot qupte any alteration In the gnOn m»r ^ktt.'' Wheat at per latt. Th» rain of last week, although limited at it w«|, bat considerably refreshed the face of the whole country. Wheat continue! ai before— tbe average of gtoo;. samples about ft. 81. Potatoes are in abundance, and of excellent quality— new 6«., old S».84;-per-s«t. -H*y fetches abuut £5 per ton. JVutt ?*« vegetables ai before. Meat rather cheap er. - /The (ucariacaeMonMiatinE concluded, mutton ?al^bsCftnK plentiful,— TuHiNifN, Fell. 8. . ' TomulXi January 20. — Flour, first quality,, l&£fdSM- &*,, lfc.i and ration do., &., per lOOlbs. Wheat', 6s Cd. per bushel. Oat hay, 8s. toI9-..pet£n% Wheat straw, 80s. to SSs. per load. Maize, fit 6d. per buihct. ' Beer, per carcase |*rib:.iil., ditto. |Kilb. per joint, 6d. Fowls, 8t. 6d. to 4i. Ducks, is. to 6s. Geese, 12«. to 16s., and Turkeys, !*«. to 20s. per couple. Eggs, 2s. to ft 6d. per doien. Bacon, Is. to Is. 8a. lard, Is. f...

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GOING OUT OF OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

. - -????:? ttoimroirr or oftice. Dear, good, worthy, Mr. John Bull, we beseech— we implore— we crave you to keep minoJEce— well kiss the ground you walk upon— aye, the very dirt that, sticks to the soles of your shoes, and add double lustre to the polish wjtfc our kisses—so that you only keep us in office— Dear' good Mr. Bull, we will be so faithful. ' ' ' , .

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HARLBOROUGH STREET HIS WORSHIP CONSULTED ON "A PINK OF ADVICE." [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

,4lABtB0il-nrG8*lSZEn«BIS'WOnSHlP: '.'?COSSBtTeDON-AWNTOrAimCE.*1 jptWtAahUj; ktkidaM-vcnt!«e,ia«ilund . j^tot. y^- tyii to jiht aiijhta^uQd«MwiH -WtMMly. UnnM,»'pun»d«aun'forthe«co«ion, . irfrwiuerteai»rt«'tomihUV€iillip about .pint tffadvica.' * : Mr. tenant fens the appUcrtt t-» required prr ?talon, without, however, recognising in the ««erlH,ooeflftliew«Vlr»iiittn»ttheolir«, aod helpmate of a female who was*qualiy punctual in Vr attendance, to answer the very common- uflonc* ?f having taken adroptooinucli.' I'm Humphrey Vilkins, your :rerAlpf«aidth«»p. plicant), wot goa about with my donkey. and sarves ihtnayberwood nth sawdust, and if your versbip vents «ny vitncan or my ?speetabllity, I can call twenty curtomerr who'll prow u I've got ama* undesirable character? ? ' Mr. Conant— What ii your application ? Wilkini-Vy I'te got m voomanfor a vife,a« Jm't *- the tight thing by no meant ; foi though iTorta like » tramp all the reek toperwide bee*, caaToitable home, *bd I naterally e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

' rukLfiS BY AUCTION. * LARGE SALE } Sob* ^6V/-«w^«c^«, MERCHANDIZE, ?. Merchandize and Allotments in George Towji, ? twelv* o Clock. A MULK by llie celebrated Do* Pju-»o, .from , , ? . ' an Awb Marc, perfectly quiet in the saddlei MR, J. -J. STRACB V GROUND ASD HOUSES W^L^Z™™^ °* *' l~ . '*' Ungnton't ftnlian TOawljouiSr, ' GEORGE TOWN. *U the STOCK-lNJTRADl^ *e.. &c., (of which ? ? '%-—? ?--_!,_:.?--? Caulosuei will ihortly be prepared,) compndng— , ..xblSald % I'ublicjtgion, ?£*SZSZ BYJKR. J. A. EDDIE, Plumbs, currants, rigs ..1,U Rooms in St. John-street. onWEDNES- Sauces pickles, oili ' ,D AY, 8th' February, at One o'clock precisely. Peas, oatmeal, barley jthe [following valuable Allotments of Ground, Soap, starch, bluet 'ijtua'te in thaUmproiing sea-port, George Town. Peppers, curries, mustard Me;, OX Lhasa frontage to Goulbourn-ttrcet, of liutters, lard, isinglass 0 182 feet, and runs back 173 feet. Salmon, ling, herrings ' I' Lot S.-Hiu uTiqntape in the «anie street ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

'Our Readers will be glad to hear, that the Perth Bridge job-is at an end. His Excellency Sir John Franklin, Visited the Bridge on his way through Perth, and will not permit that job of jobs any linger to remain a disgrace to the Country. Cap tain Cheyne accnnipunied his exiccllenry, and   begged fi'.'rmiEMon to pull down the pien built by Mr. Kenworthy, two yeiirs ago, and lo erect Ibem again in a different angle, which he pledged umi tijl'to complete in hi weeks. Sir John listened with the utmost attention to the proposition of the B«id Iii»»ector-3*neral, then said— piay. Captain Cbcyne. what length of time hat been occupied in building tbetc piers? Captain Cbcyne replied, about It mmitht, your Excellency. Oh: antwered his *3iceliene»— you have been 16 months erecting the iweivsud youate dturout to pledge yourself to KUtUU DOWN SHU nRBDIUJ THEM IK«)kVrrUt. We believe that Captain Forster, the Janissary ' Chief, cooui not visit this, or any other part or the . Island,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

TO CApiTAXilSTS. BHSEP P A R M S THE PROPRIETOR of the undermentioned W 3'flfi COX.OA,V, * ProMrtv.hAWdRoocMion to proceed to Europe, About 8000 acre., well watered, .heltered.witbin kai rewired' to dispose or the same either on long twenty miles ot Lwraceston, and it n*y w»th con- t leaiet with annroved tecurities, or ty taleattucb lidence be asked, while «uch an estate u in the SuiCS «waj be mutually agreed market, who would venture on the uncertainty upon— the object or the Proprietor being rather to or Port Phillip. Mcureacertainincometuantowithdrawhiscauital. . . —£— f from the Island. ELEVENTH. V FIRST. (BvxatL vawable '* 4lithW^uaWe»aerteO»«premi^occupi,d JJfo^fc Qf fan^ lliFTGHttR'S SHOP. Situated at O'Brien's Bridge, particularly adapted / m ZrJZof -ua «. «jsm ssBisissr***' wai6B4iu' Street; J-o ? ?anpfUng an excellent Dwelling House, pud TWELFTH. '' Stabling, enclosed yard, detached officer, and which ? .„.„„„ in paint or situation, extent and convenience far DERWEJTF WATE...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. FEB. 4, 1837. "Liberty with danger is to be preferred to slavery   with security."     In another column we have endeavoured to des- cribe tbe bountiful and creditable expression of feeling shewn by the inhabitants of Launceston to- wards our new Governor, upon his entrance into our town on Wednesday last. More than once before it has been our lot to witness similar ceremonies — a fondness for them, which may be attributed to a dabbling in politics in early life, has frequently in our after career, led us to view ill them the cha- racters of the personages for whose honor they are intended, and of tbe people who make them. In a great measure, a public exhibition becomes a mirror of the public mind. Itself is seen in itself, and so long as it remains unsevered, it affords to one party the undisguised and undissembled disposition of the other, which cannot but at all time reflect it in prec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 4 February 1837

FROM THE GAZliTTE. January SO, 1887. ?'.' government' NOTicr.. .I. Colonial Secretary* Office, Jan/Si, 1686. rPHE Lieutenant Governor: has been pleased to 1 direct the publication of the folloning Return of the Assets- and liabilities of the Tunuu Hank to the 2nd ins't. By his Excellency Comoiandv * -? ? -. ' 'jtfsm^iloKTiet. - Return of the Liabilities and At*ts of the Turoar Bank, January 2nd, 1637. LIAMUTIES. Notes in Circulation licit bearing Interest ? £ tDO! 0 0 Bills in circulation not bearing Interest . ? 0 0 0 Kills and Noiet in circulation bearing Interest ? * 4000 0 0 Balance due to other Banks ... 488 4 £ Cash deposited bearing Interest . .? .0 0 0 Cash deposited not bearing In terest ? 84S93 16 5 Total of Liabilities ...... 44716* 0 10 ASSETS. Coin and Bullion in the Bank . . £ 1SS26 7 0 Treasury Bills and Commissariat . Drafts ? .000 Bank Premises ? 1970 S 10 Bank Furniture ........ . 246 0 6 Bills and Notes of other Banks , 159 0 0 Balance due from other Banks . . 655...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

SHIP *W?P? NEWS. ' Fob. 4— Arrived the LowusroFF, from Port I Phillip. | Fob. 4— Arrived the Hrtti', lawiie, muter, from Part Phillip. Feb. 6— Armed the Sillt Ahh, Dempster, muter, from Portland Bay. . I Feb. 7— Arrived the schooner Vaksittabt, Morr, , matter, from Hohart Town. Feb. 7 — Arrived the *hip HeNBy, Wglmsley, router, from London, with a general cargo. Pas ?engers, George Eddie, &q., Mrs. Eddie, and i children, Mr. Ewing, MisslUdford, Slits Watte & 2 children, Mr. & Bin. Griffin, Mr. Boyctt, Mr. Hampton, Mr. & Mrs. Perkins, R. ChritUe. ¥bb. 7— Sailed the schooner Suxy Awn, Dem» «ter, muter, for Portland Bay. HOB1BT TOWN SHIP NEWS. Feb. 4— Arrived the barque Dement, from Lon don. ? Feb. 5 — Arrived the ship Rosalie, from the fishe ries, with oil. Feb. £— Arrived the ihip Royal George, from London.

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON. V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. FEB. 11, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

I.^UNOESTOXr V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1887. ?' Llhprtv with dancer Is to be prerVired to il-vi;y wuli security.' 8»LLu.r. In annther part of our papet will be found a copy of the Address of the respectable population of Ho Inrt Town, to hit Excellency, praying for the re mission of the harsh, and in the general opinion,, unmerited sentence pasted by hit Honor Justice Montagu, upon our highly esteemed fellow Colonist Thomas Geeonre Gregson. We assume the privilege of making a few re. ? marks upon the strange decision of the Judge, which, when compared with his summing up, ap pears at once unaccountable and inconsistent. Fiitt, perhaps we should furnish an outline of the affair— which, throughout, is as honorable to Mr. Gregson, as it it disgraceful to Mr. Henry Arthur, and the party implicated with him. Mr. Henry Arthur, and Mr. Jellicoe, having met Mr. Gregson and Mr. Abbott at the Theatre one evening, come 'time back— grossly inBulted them, upon which Mr. Gregson chastised Mr...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 February 1837

Corn ISUt&tt. Although business in the grain market it very dull, * (light advance may be quoted on good sam ples of Wheat Litest accounts from Sydney quote Van Diciucn's Lind Wheat at from 8s. to 8s. fid. per bushcl.and tout had advanced to IBs per 10011*,. There it little variation in the price of grain since our last. The average of wheat may be taken at fit. 9d.' The low price in Sydney tends to check advance here.'. We do not apprehend any rise or importance in tidier Colony. Potatoes have so im proved in appearance owing to the recent raius,that a full crop Is expected. Vegetables and fruit arc at before. -Tismxuv, Feb. 10.

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