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High Water at Launceston [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

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NAVAL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

NAVAL ACTION. Jbhsev, Sett. 1st, 1810— On Wednesday last, the 29th ult., His Majesty's hired cutler, Qeekm CnARLOTTR, Mr. J. Thomas, Commander, being three or tour leagues to the N. £. of Aideniey, proceeding with Mr. P, A. Mulgrave, employed 111 arranging the telegraphic communications from that island with the division of His Majesty's ships that cruize oB' Cherbourg, perceived a large cutter un der English colours and pendant, standing from under the land towards her. The brave Captain Thomas, not altogether trusting to appcaranu'*, prepared to receive her with due precaution, And the stranger, having soon come tvithiu huil, nhrn in the act of shifting her colours, was rci cived l.y the Queen Ciuhlotte with a broadside, on which a close action began, the French vessel having then her own national colours and pendant flying. The breeze fell, and the action continued with great energy on each side, within pistol shot ; the French hailing the crew of the Queen Charlotte in Eng lish,...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

fib'i^ce sf ttit Hoon t.ta quarter- 2Sth day— 21 nits, part 8 afternoon i«7» J-ta7, I Day lOayllenpJn bay I Equation P«b.fcfe Hght light of UnJ of .. P^l'* Ibegiiislcndtl day I set. 1 time. 'iFjB'a7)»88J* «|7^ii 6Ja .c)'l:ff

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

Co tilt EDitor. Sir ? In answer to your enquiry, addressed tome in your last number, I beg to inform you that, when I was iu Launceslon abuutfour years since, no col lection was made towaids the erection of an Inde pendent Chapel ; but there was a subscription raised, and employed for the purpose for which it was in tended, by a Committee of Gentlemen, moit of whom are now living in louncerton, who, no doubt, will catisfy any person who ii anxious to en quire iuto particulars. Your obedient Servant, Ciuttuu Piucn. liaunceston, Feb. 20, 1887.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

Co tlit Stitor. Sir — I trill not offer .to you any excuse for re questing the Iniertion of the following document in the columns of your spirited Journal. JToufrofe'' yourself the allocate Jor-justiee— if'jw jut*0 &«anii5tan toipublishan set rf-*U i fleno. urinate oppression. I frill state the ctaiunsUnces : , In the month of January, 1885, I employed Mr. John Word Gleadow to recover for me from one Mr. Heaney, the turn of £27 8*. 9a.— At that time hii circumstances wen good, and upon ? pro per demand from Mr. Gleadow, I hue no doubt but that he would hate paid my demand against him. Subsequently he t*came involved, and on the 16th March, 1886— 14 monthi after Had em. ployed Mr. Gleadow— he thought proper to issue a 'Ct. Ss..' against him, when he took the henefit ?f the Intotont Act, mnd t lost my money. A few dan since I was favored with the enclosed account, ?mounting to ,#22 14*. 8d., from Mr. Gleadow, by hit clerk, with a message from him, that if 1 did not immediately...

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COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS. Hobart Town, 18th Feb. 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS. Hobart n»rn,lSth Feb. 1887. rpHE opiflMorthe Annual^endtrsarJvcrtUed * toUkepllc»onth.4ljt#««aU£«J Hobart Town ana £aunceston, wilt be deferred 'until Tuesday the 28th initant, *btp,*--ttMM(Ni to tho Mxnvcn invuexrior jAiracesion, imaon muve rc» ceived for the supply of such quantity of Water as . may be required for the use of. the Female Factory ? at that Station,- from the 1st April 1887, to 8Ut March 1888, the price to be stated for every 100 gallons. It is alto notified for general information, that the Contractors for Fresh Meat for the Out Stations, wherethere arc not any Butchers' Simps, arc to supply -' Superintendent! of Road Parties,' ' Ca techists,' ' Medical Oflicers,' -ir any other Public Officer not receiving Rations of Piovirinns at the public expense, to the eitent nf lib of Fi-eah Meat per diem, and the mine quantity fur each individual composing their rajwrtive families, at the Contract price, and the Director General of Roads will \k respo...

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COMMISSIONERS OFFICE, I7th February. 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

COMMISSIONERS' O1TJCE, I7tli February, 18S7. VToTlCE is hereby p'ven, th.it the following ?^ Claims fur Grants will be ready for nomination by the CoinmiMioners «p;»in!ed fur that purpose, upon or immediately after the 17lli dav of April next, befoie which day sniy Caveat or counter claim must be entered. Simeon Lord, 1200 acres s orginally located to Nonnan Mc' Donald, and afterwards resumed ; Malcolm Parish, county of Cornwall. '? Thomas Atkim, ' 160 acres j originally located to him v 850 acres ; Clarence Parish. George Collins, 500 acres ; Deddington and Beveily Parishes. John Allen, 300 acres ; originally located to Samuel Johnson, County of Glamorgan, Robert Cowie, (30 acres J originally located to Alcian'dw Campbell; Avoca Parish. Joseph Penny, 800 acres ; originally located to Thomas Prmssi ; Launceston Parish. Catherine Mc'Lcod, 1 rood 12 perches ; Perth. George Whitcomb, 2 roods 26 perches ; Launccston, M'illiam Mason, 8 acres, 8 roods, 89 perches ; Longford Township. Mark...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1837. THE POLICE MAGISTRACY AT MORVEN AND BREDALBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

, ran CORNWALL CHRONICLE: laftATNOBSTOM V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. FED. 25, 1817 ?? UbcTtr *ltb-i»nger h to bi prcfurratn slivrry will, ucartly.' : ' Stunt. THE POMCF. MAGISTRACY AT MOEVEN AND BKEDALBANE. , It teems that the application of the inhabitants of these hitherto neglected district! foi a Police Mugis. trate, hat met with immediate attention on tbe part of Hit Excellency tbe Lieutenant Governor, who bat promised to nominate a gentleman at early at potaible to the appointment. At might beeipected, tome candidates have offered for it, the namet of teveral of whom are toying; before m. It has been represented to ut that Bis Eicellency mentioned to the gentlemen forming the Deputation, who waited upon faim with the peUtion or the inhabitants, that he would he ;happy to'uke4Uto his consideration the propriety of confirming any gentleman in the ap pointment whom the inhabitants thought proper to recommend to fill it. So unlike the method of doing butinea is (hit, to the plan adopted ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

To the Editor Sir- A report is in circulation that Mr. Albert Turner, tbe Chief Clerk of the Police Office, and Mr. Charles Friend, the Chief District Constable, have applied to His Excellency to be made Police Magistrate of Morvan and Bredalbane ; and I am informed that their PETITIONS are going the round of the town for recommendations, and that they are now in the hands or Mr. Gleadow. For the credit of the country, Sir, do pray make known to His Excellency the QUALIFICATIONS of these incom- parable young gentlemen. The cause of the loud complaint of the Colonists has been from the ap pointment or inefficient men to public situations— their loud complaint has not been unreasonable, or without reason, and the Colonists to a man would not like to see Sir John Franklin stumble against the same block his predecessor did. Do, pray Sir, explain to His Excellency the qualities of the gen tlemen named, and save him from so great a mis- take he would be guilty of, in nominating either of ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

Ciorii'ffUrfcrt. Wheat from 6-. tn 7t. j'Jurbv 6s. to fis. fid. ; «at- St. pet bushel ; fine flour ISs., wx-mids 15k. per 109 lire. ' ?', ? There it little if uny ihanEein tlie market price* since the lait week. Wheat continues «t an ave ri|t-; nf.lwut 8s. 6A. Other gmhi as U-fore- Fruit i« plentiful— apples about -w. per hiwbel. Potatoes are falling— they now' average atwut 7* |ier cwt — TivmKnw.ftb.2t. ? : ?

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

CORNWALL STORES. ?HiTC KILLOP & ANDERSON have just r« ixL ceived, and have now on Sale — Pickled herringss in bairek, Ualf ditto, and firkins God awl ling - : Irish pork in barrels, and half ditto Westphalia *nd Vork hains '??? A quantity of sugar candy, very superior to sugar, when Used for tea oicoflee, at It. per It)., or KM. by the case. ' also, A rreih supplf oT Scotch whiskey. F«h, 18,^87, . * ? NBW«TORBS, OFioun CLARKAND ft UL E, COACH MAKERS, fTBLUNfiTOIf 8RHKET. THE UNDERSIGNED, begs to acquaint hii Friends and (he Public, that lie hat now on Sale, at hit Store, the following general (election of GOODS, which he will sell at such price*, -nd at tuch terms at he trusts will ensure him a portion of their patronage, viz,— Tea, sugar, conee Soap, starch, blue Mustard, pepper,' pickles Currants, ravins, ginger ? Nutmegs, cloves, elspice Cinnamon, carrawny seeds : Vinegar, red and Sckled herryin . „ S*C». arrowroot r- .1' ?* *»i ???? Windsor snap, ride and salt ':''' '?'~...

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A PARSON'S DREAM. Thou shalt have none other God but me. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

A BAUSON'S BREAM. Thou (halt have none other Gad byt roe. ' Sweet ly o'er hit -senses stealing.' The Sydney Patriotic Association have lately been engaged on an enquiiyrcs|-ccting the miscarriage of some 7'icaiiUryliilU:,w,bicli,it appears from the Sccie tary's houks, had been transmitted to the House of Biestr*. Coutts, in October, 1BS5— but the receipt of which has not Iwen acknowledged. These bills being specially endorsed for these Hankers, are only availabje in their hands, as all Treasury Bills are paid at the Bank of IJngland, and no person but the accredited clerk of their establishmuit coulrl possibly receive them. The Association appears to have acted with extreme precipitancy in this mat ter, making tho non-receipt of the cash by Mr. Bulvrer (for whom the remittance mi intended, and who by the way, seems most anxious to have handled the Sovereigns), a ground-work for impu ting to their Secretary that which no man in his senses would have committed, and which no one with a...

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

ADVANTAGEOUS . OPPiORTJJNITV. fob nt ? Jnve&tmmt of * Cppifyl. MR. UNDERWOOD tai the honor to inform the Public thai he has received instructions to dispose of, by Public Auction at bit -Rooms, Charles-street, on SATURDAY, the 4th March next, immediately after the tale of Barm. All those most desirable premises, situate on the N Esk River, PattersonVPlaini, called fATES'S MILL, comprising, the,- Mill, with .one pair, of ?tones and machinery all complete, and w excel lent Pressing Machine attached thereto, together with a good substantial weather-boarded Dwelling HoutC and all necessary out-houses, with 100 acres of the ^ nest Land in 'the Colony, about 60 acres of wliicEare nowundcr cultivation. The contiguity of the above premises to Launceston, being only six mile' distant, and the advanlage.or a never fail, inir supply of water, renders this a desirable oppor tunity for any one wishing to engage in the business ormwller.. ., ? ? . ? Also,— About 800 acres of excellent Lan...

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

SAZ.BS BY AUGTIOW. // 1 1 o t m e n t s , AT LONGFORD, KOItFOLK. PLAIN'S. , .Far Salf , bjf Public Auction, MR. J. C, t'KDKRWOOD. bep to Inform the Pulilipthat he will Sell bv Public Auction, without restive, on -he Ptcmises, on THURSDAY, 4ue iCth March Belt, at 1 .o'clock precisely, . . Sit valuable. Allotment or Building ©round, at t/ongfurd. chrf1 to tilt kite of the New (iildge, be ing part nf « Grant to G. Carter, Peiwnt wishing to |u»**m cliglb|- Allotments in the rapidly improving Township nf Longford, will du well tdlookth the present ojiportunlj/. : Tuaiii— 29 fierceiit. deiwtit, end the remainder by approved bills at t mont|n. The PuroJiasci-to tWT ''' own Conveyance^ - A plan or the Allotments may be seen at the Officfi or the A(lct|oiieei. FARM-IIOL'SE AND GABDJSN. To be Sold /;y Public. Auction, BY MR. J. A. EDDIP, OnSATCUDAYTHElSth DAY or MARCH, . at 1 o'clock precisely, on the Premises. 'pHAT Piece or GROUND situate -on. the high 1 Road to Uobait Town, and near the Sa...

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THE BACHELOR'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

TI1K BACHKLOU'S BALL. V/t cannot call to our Fecu!lcctiun, as having occurred in any fart of th* planet we weir rotter, hally ushered into,, any fetive union of the Govern inc and the Governed, more hunontbfctuatl iKrtiM in a patriotic point of view, or more amply grati fying to ut as individuals, than that which distin. (,'uished the Evening df Wcdmtday'tveek. And the eitreme difficulty in* doing anything lilre adequate justice to superlative claims «n approbation, would certainly dissuade: u« from even Httemptiiig a del. cription of tlie details, 'were we llof xt«la|isly de. voted to the interests of our adopted land, and did not the advancement of thote iii-eiub- mjuirc that' every important variation in the weather of Tosmn nian politics should1 be recoided. For these icasnns, then, we choose .to ttiBe the throbbiugi of appw henrinn for out; trrSpiiin inahiiity, and to spread at farasthtwiHgtsrth'ePre»wiU'cbnn-v, tome ac count of the -Bachelor'! Bull : vMchiVwIieJhtr con, tjdera...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

DIED— On Sunday the 19th instant. at his bro ther's residence in Bathurst street, Mrs WILLIAM TILDESLEY, aged 35 years.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

SHIP NEWS.   I'm. 20 Anted the schooner Smr Avx, Dempster, from Portland Bay, with 25 bandies of whalebone. r«B.ai^Ani-wdja»e»:b«onetEDVABB, Jacobs, from Circular Head, with 8 geldings, « bales wool, and 93 bidet. ... Era. 81— Arrived the schooner Taims, Mills, from Port Fairy, with, SO ton* berk. - ' Fkb. 22— Arrived 'the brig Sibem, Bell, from ?on-PkUli|i...iAjM(MUr:. ' m Fita-lS— Sailed the, brig Ha-irar, Whiting, for Port Phillip, ivith 700. sheep. Feb. 18—Sailed the schooner EAGLE, Fawthrop,   for Portland Bay, with 700 sheep. pn. 21— Sailed the . schooner Siixv Aw. Dempster, lor Portland Bay, with ISO theep, and 4 head of battle. . Fu. 28— Sailed the cutter JIaky, Robson, for Port Phillip, with 2S0 sleep. .-. hoiart town shi» tnwe. Feb. S3— Arrived the cutter VamitUrt from Launce»ton, with ? general cargo. Feb. 30_Sa£led lie trig Emma, 161 tout, foe Spencer's Gulf, Nolan, matter, with a general cargo and passengeia. Feb. 21— Sailed the Iidy of the Lak...

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FROM THE GAZETTE. February 17, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 February 1837

FROM THE GAZETTE.   February 17, 1837. WILLIAM, by Divine Providence Archbishop of Cantei bury, Primate of all England, and     Metropolitan by Authority of Parliament, lawfully empowered for the purposes herein written :— To our beloved in Christ, William Henty, a literate person, born in the Diocese of Chichester, now re- siding at No. 28, Norfolk street, Strand, and about to proceed to Van Diemen's Land— in Health and Grace, we being willing by reason of your merits to confer on you a suitable title of promotion, do create you a Public Notary, previous elimination and the other requisites to be herein observed having been had, and do out of our favor towards you, admit you into the number and societies of other Notaries, to the end, that you may henceforth at Van Diemen's Land and Australasia, and also in all other his Majesty's Foreign Territories, Colonies and Domi- nions, and not in any other place whatever, exercise such office of Notary, hereby decr...

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

Corn fHarhtt. Wheat has advanced a shade this week, it is now - from 8s. to 8s. 6d. per bushel. Barley remains steady, at from 6s. to 7s. 6d. ; oats frcm 4s. Gd. to $t. per bushel. Fine Dour ISs. ; seconds, 16s. per lOOlbs. ? Wheat has fallen a little, but good samples fetch high prices, from 7». 6d. to 8s. 6d. Tbeavergeof the whole sales uf the week may be taken at the former price. Oats and barley are rather more in demand ? TiSUiNUN, March 10.

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

CORNWALL ^HRONICUP. V. D.-LAt)'D, SATUBDAT. MARCH It, 1887. ' lilhrrtr wkli danger is to tc pictVirrd tn slavery will, tccurily.' ? S»i.mit. We have a few remarks in type, upon the suhject of the late outrage of tbe Police house breakers, and of Mr. Clark's very singular refusal, to allow the information of the Prosecutor to stand good against more than one of (he gang. Prcst of ad vertisements oblige us to postpone the publication of them until our next, o«, of several communications. We are informed that it is a usual trick with (he Police Gentlemen, to employ a fellow to enter tlie poor peoples houses in the town, and particularly t lie )odt;in(; houses, with u bottle of spirits, to entice the inmates to drink ; thut whilst partaking of the friendly glass— a body of them pop in, quite acci dcntly of course, and threaten to take all present into custody and send them to tbe watchhouse upon the charge of being drunk and disorderly, or of being in a sly grog shop. After which matter...

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