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This Ebening's Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

ChtU &tnlntf* fBLM W« underrtanS that Mr. Grepon ha. preferred ciaT«Ktm* Mr. HenryAr^Jbr perjury.

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

Corn jKac&tt. We cannot quote the .lightest alteration Inthe Grain Market. * rise in wheat « «'??'£**'' Srtney-which.probably.th. ne.t arrival. will con «r* 4r« -the price, in our market »«'^ '*J; «neel. The report, of the crop. »'Kf ne™'^* £ tering-although much smut mndgrub pievail in places. ^^^^^_____ Tie price of wheat h». «ftrien°?d ?* 'Jj*^ Ah«Jh.bdiic ?»* a shilling *™ *??? * Krnpl«mch readily &. per c»t. i t he average 5 wiSKSfthh year than weever before knew. — Ta««ahia*, Feb. 17, 1»8«. ? — ^— ^-''

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George Town, 7th February, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

George Town, 7th February, 1617. Gentlemen,— ] thank you most cordially for your Address, which it not the lex gratifying to me, that it cornel from what it peculiarly and essentially a sea-port. My duties may now lie chiefly ashore, but I biing a sailor's heart and feelings to their di'ctitrge. Among the important interests of the Colony, therefore, to which I may be required to give my attention, be assured, gentlemen, that none will more readily command it, at all timei, than the ir terest of its trade and navigation, including undtr both heads, the accurate survey or its coasts and ri ven, and whenever possible, the improved conveni ence or its Sea Ports. His Majesty's Government (IBS Dccn picwcu, luunu, lu piatc iiiviciucu n:c*HB for tbiipurp^se at my disposal, having, on my tepie scntation before I left England, appointed an ex perienced Surveying Officer to accompany me out i and neither his own inclination, I am certain, nor my permission, will suffer him to loiter in hit in...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

Co tlje iEbitor. Sir — Having observed a communication in the Chronicle, signed ' An Inhabitant,' which I have ascertained aliudes to a transaction in my office, I now give you the real facts to ihcw how unfounded the statement is. On the 28th December last, I received from the Tamar Bank a hill for I 35 10c, due on the 2-Wi December, with three names — a drawer, acceptor, and endorser, (the names arc not necessary or de sirable for me to mention), to each or whom, resi dents in Launccston, letters were written, but not till the Slst. On the following morning, Monday, 2nd Junuary, I received positive instructions from the Hunk to issue summonses on all bills in my hands. 1 knew. of lire difficulties of the acceptor of I this bill, and wmtc for a summons against the drawer only. After he had received tlic summons he called on me and said, that he hoped (or expected) ,|10t i I would look to the acceptor; I stated that I could not, ns I knew lie was very much pressed, and it I would no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

FROM Til 13 GAZETTE. February 10, 1 837. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, llobait Town, 7th Feb., 18S7 TENDERS will be received at this Office for the hire of the Military Canteen, I.nunccston, until Wednesday the 22nd instant, addressed to the respective Officers, with ' Tender for hire of Can teen,' in the left hand corner of the letter. CANTEEN in the Military ISavracUs, Launccston, will lie let for one year, commencing on the 1st. of March, 18S7, under the fallowing conditions : 1— Tlic rent of the Builuing is died ns a Dwell ing at /20 per annum, to lie paid quarterly. 2— The biddings will 4ic upon wlmt is oflcrcd for every leu men occupying tbc Ihrracks.ln llie month. Tiiii number will be ascertained on i he first day of every month, fnnn the Returns of llie Detach ment ; and no change in the occupation nf the liar racks, which may take place in tlic prop-ess of the month, cither for oi against the Tenant, will be taken into account. No less nuiiilicr tlinu ten will be churged against the ...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1837 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

rsc ( CORNWALL CHRONiCLE X. iUNCeSTOH V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 18E7 « Llbcrtv orltli .l«m«r li to tw prtferrcd lo .lavcf}' -1' 'CUr'» ' S.t....v. So longjb the Bulwark of Britirh Liberty— | T»i»l B? 'four, i. denied to Colopitts, and w long ai felonisU art subject to the power of such a Judge M AWnonjMootagu— we shallDread the fungiof ; the Tcrownmaw Officer*. PoBetting thn dread, we are loft to pan °ur «P''«»- uP°n the.: conduct otthe Solicitor General, in the recent j trial of our respectable brother Colonist, George j Grecian- yet we feel tliat we ihould not be di«- | charging tie duty we owe to the public a. a public journalist, and at an independent journalii.1, did , we allow the matter to pun over unnoticed by lib ' We, therefore, submit the following reroarki. It appears that the Solicitor General, in hi. open ing addrea to the Jury on the late proweutkm of Mr. Gregron, stated, that while Mr. Henry Arthur acted as tbk rai«M- of Mr. Jellicoe, he wu not identifad in tbe ...

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THE INSOLVENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

THE INSOLVENT LAW. I At the meeting of the Council, we trust the In- I ?olvent Law will receive its earlirtt attention. It «adly wants revision. In its present form it is work ng destruction to the mercantile and tiading inte rim of the Colon;. Tor the information of our .reader*, we have extracted from the Advertiser, alcttei that appeared ju it* last publication, from tbe pen of the Attorney General, Alfred Stephen, Esq. It it some consolation to know, that that gen tleman is conscious that the Act is ' susceptible of improvement,' and that it it intended to bring it again under the notice of the Legislature. In many of the recent cases of Insolvency, we think it would not be difficult to prove grots disho nesty on the part or the Insolvents; yet, ifthecie ditoit pones, the mean, of punishing it, as it ap pear* by Mr. Stephens'* U-tter they do, it ii alone the fault of the creditor for not doing so To avoid ignoble incarceration in a .gaol at tbe suit of a roer cilen creditor, man...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

ftt.T»_*ni»ritlh» brig Smi», BcU,'«ter, tram Port VhilUp. Fes. 10— Arrived the schooner Abeuide, Mc'CldUnd, muter, from Fort Phillip. Cis. 11— Arrived theKhoonrr Jon DcmooKBC Mc-l-an. DiitK, from Tort Phillip. Fern. 11— Arrived the brig Him, Whiting, '?taster, from Port Phillip. Km. IS— Arrived the schooner Gcu, Douglass, matter, from Poit Phillip. Fta. 17— Arrived the schooner Eiolb, Faw '-thorpc, muter, from Portland Bay. Fo. 11— Sailed the brig Viuua, Thorn, mu ter, for Gulf St-»ncent. F«».U— Sailed the schooner JoBir Dmncom Mc'Lean, muter, for Port Phillip. ft*. 11— Sailed the schooner Euzabkb, Canip Ml, muter, for Portland Bay. Fu. H— Sailed the cutter Rebecca, Fnter, ?aster, for Western Port. , . Feb. 15— Sailed the brig SAWsCU.Maw, mailer, for Sydney. hobiht town tnr jriwe, Feb. 18 -Arrived the barque Francis Freelinf, from Sydney. , Feb. 18— Arrived the barque Lindsay*, from Twofold Bay. . Feb. 18-Arrived the torque William the Fourth, from the South Seal, with a cargo of .p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

SALES BY AUCTION. £ IMPORT* M 1° I'OBUCHNS. it, WINES, SPIRITS, BEER, 4c.,.*c ?'? To be Sold by Public Attction, (inl BY MR. J« A. EDDIE, p« At bis Roomi, in St. John-street, on TUESDAY, o'cl the 81st inrt., at 13 o'clock preciiely, by order the or the Assignees, under ihe Insolvency of Mr. Henry Davis, tbc whole of hit Stock-in-Trade, Hou«ehoM Furniture, &c, consisting or, 1-AYLOR'B brown (tout. Burton ale, in hhdt., ditto bottled, about 200 doi. of bottled wine, eoniUtlw of Champagne, Claret, excellent Port, SherryTMadeira. cask, of SicillUn wine, Cape, TeneriBe, Peppermint, &c.. Ax. Abo, a Urge quantity ofPublic-house Furniture, consisting of measures, classes, painted kegs, coun Ur*. empty' casks, beer engines. 4c, alto,' a good assortment of Household Furniture, confuting of bonehaii bottomed mahogany chain, sola, fourpost , ^edsteads, bed rteps, dressing and dining tables, bi0 4 -rood cabinet pianoforte, cedar sofas and chain, ro mattresses, elegant tea, dinner...

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Post Office Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

Soet -®ificr, UnunteStou. ?H*il.areeinectedtoel« at this OSee«i M 1,« :_T.» E^a-id, per Awlck, fv,. Hobart Towi) oa Monday 20th in«tant ; to F/iitland per Tt«dicea. atnnt the 25th in.tant; to England per Rhoda. about the 55th instant. The Government brig Ta«h« hw «r.-ived in nur Tort havine on board the material for constructMR 4h?Tread Mil. The four wall. »r *;'f*« «recteJ for it. have teen up wethinV to the be* of -our recollection, tome two year.. The change in X Administration »r the Colony will «o» be benc f dairy eiperienced. We mre informed that the Government brig Iba ?Itu. lariaed upon the Wharf 60 P**»Res mer rianBfceTrom Hobart Town, for private indrndua « in thb niace. Surely, the ConntroUer of tne f-us- 'mI-n»' be acquainted with thiS fact ? It I. derraudi.iK the Revenue and mjunou. to the pn vate'eneU, who require rather the patron'ige °r ti7G^en.n,!nt thaVit. .pr.«Hion. The.h.ppmB Interest should lay this imposition before Mr. P'Arcti. who would, we are very .ure, put...

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Chases of the Moon [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

Jfy.istS of tl)t flloon Fall Mo»n-31itd»y-t7 mtt. p«* 1 morning ? iTSaTlDavfleuffth Uaj j Equation M'lberinjena»lday .e.H time. . 'itiriJ-Tiu oh ^H1 *»,'»*??'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

The Magistrates, at an adjourncn quarterly meet ing, held on Friday, the 10thT Instant, to take into consideration the claimi of persons to whom licenses were refmed for the current year, thought proper to ^actin their former ARBtiTURI- -a»d-'mcT*»«mi. manner. In one case where tfcejr prevented a man from obtaining a license, under the pretext of his living a disorderly life, the poor fellow went to the expense of bringing his wife at great cost from Sydney; and, like some of themselves, who had not cohabited with their own wires for some time past, resolved to lead a more virtuous life ! in future, but this laving clause would not do: they refused his license. Another case of a most nefarious na ture, where an officer under the dictation of the detested Colonel Arthur, formed an excuse for de priving an industrious man oNsss license, for inha biting a house near the Penitentiary, although they licensed another public-house about five yards further off on the same side or the «ame s...

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FURTHER DISCOVERIES IN THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

FURTHER DISCOVERIES IN THE MOON. Having liad such success from my observations on llie tcnlli of January, I was satrMicd that 1 only re quired instruments of grcntcr magnitude to place within my reach the possibility or exploring the ] whole or greater part of I lie territories or the Moon I mid its minutest objects ; therefore my glass ] lind 1 enlarged from the magnifying |»wcr of 42,000 to 85,000 times. My first observations rrom this in strument laid before me the face of a conn try, tlic beauties and extent or which arc beyond human |»wcrs to describe. From the want of grcntcr mag nitude in my former object glass, I could observe but a smalt portion of the vast territories I have since discovered. Tliat pan of the country which I have already described in previous writings, I have since found to have becu an extremity lieuring from the westward and leading cast, my further progress through which I shall endeavour hereafter most fully, to describe. The people 1 mentioned in my l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

ON SALE, ex HEKRY, T)ORT WINE, very superior, in pipes and M7 casot Madeira ditto ditto ' Shesiy ditto ditto Marsalla ditto in pipes Rum, Jamaica, in hhds. and puncheons Ditto, Leeward Island, ill puncheons Turpentine Boiled and raw Vmsecd oil White lead iii { cwt. and J cut. boxes Yellow mottled map Ladies' »nd gentlemen's hoots and shoes Arrow-root in cases Hunting and stock-keepers' saddles Ladies's caddies Bridles, tingle and double Whips, assorted Iiisb linen Regatta shirts Slop clothing in bales 'Fowling pieces Carpenters' tools Nails of all descriptions Percussion cops Shooting jacked, assorted Abbott's pale ale and browa stout 8g pttbioue arribaU, Wool lagging . Printed cotton and cambrics Lisbon wine In bottle Green, yellow, and black point Black bearer hats Cheap paint for out-building' Saxony cloth, blue and green Stationery, assorted. JOHN S. HILL. CatnennMtrcet, Feb. 11, 18*7; ? NEW GOODS, OPENING AT THE Staffordshire House, J . A . DENHAM   HAS just LANDED...

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TO THE PROPRIETOR OF THE LAUNCESTON.[?] Diver street jan.20. 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 February 1837

TO THE PROPRIETOR OF THE LAUNCESTON ADVER- TISER. Davey street, Jan. 20, 1837, Sir,— In reply to your letter pointing out to me a grievance which you conceive to exist under the Insolvent Act, I would refer you to the following provisions, which appear to me to go far to remedy the evil complained of. By Sec. 88, if it shall appear that the Insolvent   hath contracted any debt, without having had a reasonable expectation or paying the same, or hath knowingly dissipated any of his means, the order of discharge may be postponed for three years. By Sec. 84, the order or discharge, (even if given) may be reversed at any time within 12 months, if obtain-   ed by any concealment or undue practice. By Sec. 81, the Insolvent or his wife may be summoned or   examined at any time, until such discharge shall- have been obtained, touching all concealment or alienation whatever. By Sec. 10, any false oath by the Insolvent, on any occasion, is punishable as-...

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Post Office, Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

$o«t -9ffint isuiitctftoti. Mail* are ejpected to cluse at thuodice at fol loyn :— To th» Hauritiui {per Midat,) an Tuesday 9Sth inttant, at IS o'clock 1 to England (per Rhoda,) on Wednetday lit March, at 1 o'clock ; to England (per Atwickund Auriga, via Hobaitou) on Thursday 2d ftlarcb, at I o'clock ; to England (per Boadice*,) 011 Saturday 4th March.

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Court of Requests—Launceston. THIRD SITTINGS FOR 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

-toiiit of Htiurfitfi -Saunctstou. thihd «iitinoh koh 1837. In hum where the. turn eued for ciecedsTcn Pound.— rriday. ilarch Sri. 18S7. la eaunet where the turn -ued for does nut eicetd Ten Pnun'dt— Saturday, March 4th, 1937. Plaint* for the DittnVt of fjauncctton, must be died on or before TJiurcday. Fjliru»ry-38rd, 1887.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

We trait we may be permitted, without offending th* Authorities, again to suggest the propriety of lining the wood work of the. new quay with metal. If it tie permitted to remain.inuch longer in its (ire. tent (tato, the covering boardi will become lotten with the weather., which in wven yean will require freth laying. ' A stitch In time,' cay*. the old pio »eib, 'pnyet nine.' .. . A mittake occurred in an wdvertitement iiiwrted ia this paper tatt week, in which S.,feuWllap pcarea inrteafl .or T. Fditrill. It wUl ..be/plmd- rectt«edinthhtiiiiber.J,i,

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

*.ainur»ton flittail Jtiti Current. J--f * .. d.f. * ?? a- lie, per hud.' 8-0 0 Aletwrdonn 0 12 6 Barkportoa S 0 0 flrowftttoutdo. 0 12 0 fleer juried. 4 10 0 Colft* jier Ib tag 0 1 0 Bread(*lo,lo»00 0 SCheeseperib. 0 1 0 Biscuit per cut. 1 10 0 Hums perdo. ,010 Hutter per Ib. 0 2 6 Salt per ton '4 00 Salt ditto, 0 2 OSoapper ditto 45 0 0 Hamiperjb. 0 2 0 I. Fpuice'sugarSS 0 4 Bacon perditto 0 1 8 E.I.do.per Ib. 0 0 o Beefperlb. 0 0 8 Diqo per Ib. bag 0 0 o Mutton per do. 0 0 7 Qitfo loaf per lb.0 0 7 Pork pel !li. 0 0 8 Run (duty paid) 0 IS 0 Veal pe. ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 4 4 Chocolate per IbO E 0 BrsVdy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese per do. 0 I 0 Dtlto 111 bond 0 5 0 Ce»illes(tiu-uld» 0 1 0 Gfo duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto (di|«) 0 1 0 Dtto in bond 0 4 0 Kef per down 0 2 0 T4a perchest 6 0 q BranimbuihelO 1 ODjttoperlh. 0 2 0 Oatmeal per Ib. 0 0 6 Tobacco do. bond 0 1 0 Hay per ton S 0 0 Ho. do. duty paid 0 S 0 Hides each(avg0 7 0 qgars per boi 4 - 0 Hops per Ib. 0 3 0 lbrt per doien 2...

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EMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OR THE TRIM.' [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

EMIGRATION. to the Editor of tbx Trims. Bia,— If not an improper intrusion in yourmluable columns, may Ibegthefavoi of your nuJping the accompanying extract -rom the Jnmpilftfri'iriij-iiin to Sydney, New South Wales, in.,the.'.FfiANCM vnARLOTTK, wituw ny a-urotuvr 01 mine, suia lately seat to me ty hips? The fart* stated therein arc, I liink, such BB the public should be made ac quainted' with. I can vouch for the accuracy of the statement, my brother having been, when here, a strong advocate for the system he now as strongly condemns, and I sen! my name aud address, con sidering that you mj(ht not choose to publish it were it anonymous. I am. Sir, yout most obedient Servant, London, Sept. J 9, 18SC. W.F. » On/hs 2nd of October we spoke the Charles Kebr, Which left the Lizard on the 19th July, having on board 281 fenali* emigrants, bound for Launccrton.' Wishing in forward a letter, 1 ob tained the captain's pcrniicsion to lower our boat, and with the raa'e, sieward, and four seamen...

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