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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

launctSioii itUUtl-JJiicc Current. £ ?. d. £ s. d. Ale.perhbd. 8 0 0 Ale per dozen 0 13 6 Dark per ton 8 0 0 Drown stout do. 0 12 0 llccrlpcrhud. 4 10 0 Coffee pcrlb bag 0 1 0 Uratd(4ll-. loafJO 0 10 Cheese per I b. 0 1 0 Biscuit per cwt. 1 10 0 Hams per do. 0 10 Butter per In. 0 2 0 Salt per ton 4 0 0 Salt ditto, 0 3 0 Soap per ditto 45 0 0 Hams per 111. 0 2 0 1. France sugar 85 0 4 Huron per ditto 0 1 S E. I. do. per Ib. 0 0 0 B.-cfpcr Ib. 0 0 8 Ditto per |b. bag 0 0 0 Mutton per do. 0 O 7 Ditto loaf per Ib. 0 0 7 t'nrk pji !li. 0 0 8 Hum (duty paid) 0 13 ,0 Veal pet ditto 0 0 8 Ditto in bond 0 .4 4 CiiocolatcperliiO 5 0 Hruniiy duty paid 0 18 0 Cheese par do. 0 I 0 Ditto in bond 0 6 0 CuKllcsVtuoulds 0 I 0 Gin duty paid 0 18 0 Ditto fdi|») 0 1 0 Ditto in bund 0 4 0 E;k» per dnzon 0 2 0 Tea per chest C00 Bran per bushel 0 I 0 Ditto per Ib. 0 2 0 Oatmeal pcrlb. 0 O -i Tobacco do. bond O I O Hay per ton fi O 0 Do. do. duty paid 0 3 0 lJiiicscadifaTg-0 7 ? 0 Cigars per box 4 4 0 Hops...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. I.ATJNCESTOW V. D. LAND, SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1837. ' Werfri wlik dMiijcr is to be prctircd to sl«v*r-- ..-i*«curi.y.' Stumr. We have said much less on the subject of Mr. Cregsou's sentence— the Judge who pronounced it —mid the .circumstances that led to die Defendant's conviction— than has any other Journalist in the Colony, because we thought it was both ungene rous and indiscreet to angrily agitate euch delicate matters,. pending Ins Eiccucncy'e consideration of the Petition »o numerously and so rcspectahly 'signed, for a mitigation of punishment, liut, as Mr. Gregson ia now discharged, in pbhbon, so do we deem ourselves in hind, fiom any ' duteous obliga tion to continue silent; nay more, we bold our selves absolutely called on to expose tbe feelings with which we cannot but look back to the whole j proceedings ; and although we may have occasion to employ the lash,' we trust our application of it will be consecrated by impartiality. . . If Queen Elizabeth...

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

Corn i-fltirhtt, Nj alteration in our market prices since last week. Wheat has advanced a shade this week, it is now from 8s. to 8s. 6d. per bushel. Bailey remains steady, at from 6s. to 7s. 6d. ; oats from 4s. 6. to 5s. per bushel. Fine Bour ISs. ; seconds, 16s. per 100 1Ik._ Taiuania*. Little or no* variation has taken place in the price of market produce since our last quotation, — Wbott averages from 7«, 6d. to 8t. per bushel. Flour from t'23 to £ 21 10s. per ton, bran 2s. per bushel, pollard 2s. do. Beef and mutton continue ju»t the same at last week. — Goobiek.

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Court of Requests—Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

Court ot fttnutlM— «.»tmctfitoii. . . FOOBTH SIROT FOB 1887. For trial of Causes where the sum sued for etctedi t'10-Friday, April 7th, 1887. For trial of Causes where the cum does not exceed £10— Saturday April 8th, .1887. . Plaints for out District Cases must be filed -on or before— Saturday tbe 25th March. Plaints for the District of Launceston must be tied on or before— Wednesday, March 89. Toe RacSs.— .The Trial Stakes were won yes terday by Mr. Hardwjck's Gulnarc, beating Mr. Kimberlcy's Juliet, and Mr. Kearney's Shamrock. Mr. Kearney's Sir Peter walked over for the Town Plate ; ami the Merchant's Purse was won by Mr. MaodoeWsSancho, beating Mr. Hardwick's Agnes and Mr.'M'Lachlau't Colonel Crocket. — There was the usual attendance, but the sport was considered indifferent.— Taivahiax. GuiLiut.— This miserable man died without making any confemon of guilt. There it ns truth whatever in the report that he confessed Mrs. Mills') and 'two former murders. That he was guilty ef tbe ...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

$}fm«rt of rfif fHoon Full Moon— 22nd March — 56 pits, past 4 afternnn. ZTI^I I'Day' Day lentil] Day (Equation Mar.rf™ S'» light light of decrea1 of I I (begins ends day yes. time. 19JS.7J6~8|* 80 7 8o|l3 fo «|Xgfr

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

(Co tljr 3£Uttor. Sin— When 1 sent to the Cohmwall Chroniclf. my letter or the 21th ultimo, inclosing to you Mr. Glcaduw's bill of costs in the action— myself v. llcancy, I did so under tlic impression that Mr. Glcadow hud neglected to attend to the instruc tions I gave him, and that his demand upon me was unjust; and, notwithstanding Mr. Glcadow'f ex planation or the mutter in your paper of the 4th instant, 1 still cntcitain my previous opinion as to his neglect aud ill treatment towards me, which 1 shall here endeavour to justify. ; Mr. Gleadotv says, ' I was employed in Janulry. 1885, to recover the amount ut /2; 8s. Oil.' Now, these instructions were given early in the term, as the date of Mr. Glcudow's bill clearly slicws. 1 was then and am now ignorant of the law, ami I tmturally supposed, when I plnrxn Ilic uintter into the hands of an attorney, my best interests would liavc been studied ; u huthcr or not my interest was stu lied or neglected, the books nt the MicrilTs Office...

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

fflo Hit SDitor. Sin — A circumstance, flagrant, probably, as arc most of those arising out ofthe linn id system adopted by Colonel Arthur, wln-icliy vice was protected and encouraged at the expense of virtue, has lately oc curred in this town. It is thctuljjcct of indignation throughout the community ; and it has been a matter or no small surprise to many persons whom 1 have Iicord cipress themselves upoh die subject, thai it lias not been communicated to die Chief Authority In the medium of die public press. | allude. Sir, i-i die case wherein a wan uamcil Comioliv iuid his wife were tiled some months ago, for. qxeiviug stolen goods— were round guilty upon'thi most sa tisfactory evidence, and sentenced fortranspWatiun ei'.voxd 8EA8 for a term of years. Connolly had beru previously arraigned at die same bar of justicb m-- vcnil times for similar offences ; und although known to be a most daring and wanton oRuiidcr, escaped as ?I; ni f i oni tile punishment he rj,:h!y merited. It is...

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

. v; Co t$rlioiior. Sin— Spfhe^Jebrated«.VnderSierisT. Toung is suuieiently'tll-adviscd to denounce a delicate rev monstrance against indelicate presnmption, as a libel, gross, defamatory, ?nduJMit, on (God sivtm JlifiK !) his supertaiufcly&irname, fame and repu tation j to^hreatej), I know not what, against you Js tbe.fijiilor «f. an Jndeptndcnt Journal; and, to castiKHttsl »na»ti-artt!, clew,, chump, and aivalbw by *N £l-Qmtio-lio-BC¥TWIi, whonuoever he may discover to have. 4aid, written, thought, or con. eluded, anything against him. Mercy on as! All this, however, 'may be mere rumour; and for Mr. Young's credit, I trust it i-4io more. On thecon- I trary, snoDLD n at TBtrx, where can be immedi ately pufehased two ' araiiT JjcKrrs'— one for an Attorney General who would sanction to preposte rous a pervenlon of uett power, and the other for the JKEiNG,-Bt whose insane instance he would sanc tion it? . . i Dont laugh, Sir! ' . . Fiotao, Juu. Murquorie Plains, ? March 4, 1S8...

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

To the Editor. Sir— As it is likely there will soon be an increas- ing trade to South Australia, any information that can be given to masters of vessels bound there would be of some value, and I afford it with great pleasure. Holdfast Bay, the anchorage, is situated in lat. 33° 3S', and, during the summer months, is a safe roadstead. The mark for anchoring is to bring Mount Lofty a little open of the flag-staff to the southward, in four or five fathoms, about two miles from the shore ; the port is about fourteen miles farther to the northward — it is the 16-mile inlet of Sturt— it is a bar harbour, the bar having three fathoms at high water, (that is in the channel at present known), but after the bar is once crossed you are in a fine harbour with 5 or 6 fathoms for 12 miles— the inlet taking a course to the southward, nearly parallel to the sea coast. There arc several large ships in the Port, one of 500 tons, and H.M ship Buffalo was to proceed there a few days after we left. In t...

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MR. GREGSON IS DISCHARGED! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

MR. GREGSON IS DISCHARGED ! At a quarter before nine o'clock this evening, the Shcriffcamc into Mr. Gregiou's cell, in the prison, to tell Mr. G. that he was discharged; at the itanie time delivering him a packet from the Clerk of the Council, containing the following copy of an answer to the' petition of this people. — Tboe CtLSHine, M*KcnlO. (corr.) Council Office, March 10, 1887. Gentleiten, — I am directed by the Lieutenant Governor, in Council, to acquaint you, that he has taken the earliest opportunity of considering- in the Executive CounciUhe Petition presented to him on the 15th ultimo, praying, tor the reasons therein set orth, that the remainder of. the sentence passed upon Mr. Gregson may be removed j and I am to state for your information, that after a careful pe rusal of the affidavits appended to your Petition, and ot others subsequently presented to the Govern ment by the Prosecutor, nis Eiecllcncy and the CounciF arc onanimouslyof opinion, that the grounds upon whic...

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

To the Editor Sir— The hearty congratulations which I embrace this,my earliest opportunity, to offer to my respected Brother Colonists located in the district of Morven, on their at length having a Police Magistrate to de-, fend their interests from the effects of hitherto expe rienced insubordination and profligacy, are, I own,not altogether unassociated with the extremely judi cious selection of an old and approved friend — Mr. John Sinclair, to fill so distinguished an appoint- ment. That Gentleman, Sir, may not be what a lounger in Regent-street would call presentable at a levee of exquisites; nor may he strut the public paths like those APES of greatness which imagine their self-   deluding assumptions of MANHOOD will be ratified by common sense ; — but he possesses much local ex perience, both as a Settler and as an old Public Officer — his heart is honest, his judgment is rati onal, and his general character warrants the be lief, that by him, the official dignity...

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

Weareunablo Wry longer, to deceive ourselves with tegaid to theestimatioa in which other com munities hold the IiAabitantt.ofI-»unoe«ton. The lUSlS*«rtStelmtion in the Judicial ^trfulor tlic Town, or its inhabitant! cannot fall to deserve the contempt et all civilised peojt-, or whatsoever nation be. We shall be MA IIP to. ul richly deserve the derision of all mankind, if we suc cumb much longer to the trampling! of a convicted felon police, protected as it Uty Magistrates, re markable in their judicial capacity, foe their igno rant and unjust decisions. They set the Laws of the British Gotutitution at defiance, and tacriGce with the utmost impudence, the interests or the free inhabitants, to rapport their thrice and oftener con victed constables in their lawless abominations. The licet, reputation and property of the respectable inhabitants are becoming daily less secure, while the felon conserrators of tho peace so encouraged, throw off all restraint— let the Laws at defiance, and...

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

FROM THE GAZETTE. Murdi 10, 1887. ' ? GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Sccretaiy's Office, March 7, IS37. |»Ur, Ijcutcnniil Governor lms been pleased to ? appiovc of Mr. JotmHunUr being u|-i«-ii)trd .n ciuii Pilot for the stiver Tomai. By his Excellency's Command, JonH Moniaco. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Mai eh 9, 18S7. r|1IIE Lieutenant Governor directs it to be no I lined, with reference to the Government No i ice of the 30th January lust, that tlic purchaser ?-r the fuMinving lot, nl the sale of Crown lands on I he IClh January Inst, having failed to make good liis purchase, the dcjnsit laid upon it is forfeited, mil die lot will be again put Uf fur sale, of which luc notice will be given. 1-ot. Area. County. Purchaser Price. 31S 500 acres. Dorset. M. C. Friend. £2C2 10 liy his Excellency's Command, John Moxtacd. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1837. IMC'KETS of Leave have been granted In (lie Undci mentioned Convicts ? James Ashcy, David ...

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

©n Salt, . ' LADIES' and Gentlemen's boots »nd shoes, in trunks Irish linen | l-,intcd cambria and cottons . White and colored thread v'c Striped shirt* thl Velveteen shooting jackets nn Superior beaver hat* wl Common fowling pieces '' Yellow and mottled soap . wl Wool-bagging f'i Taylor's porter, in hhds. Wl Bottled stout sc Nails of all descriptions B ' Stationery, assorted _ White lead, in 561b. and 281b. kegs , Green, red, yellow, and black paint . J ? Cheap paint for out-buildings linked ''a.Wl.a.nd^w.^^^^ Cameron-street, March 4. OSfnrt on *alt, ex *mn». ' FIET WINE qf fuperior quality, in cue* Madeira, ditto ditto Sherry ditto ditto J Lisbon ? ditto ditto Port, Sherry, Madeira, Maraalla. and Tcne rifle, 'In pipes, hogsheads, and quaiteM»sks I Jamaica rum, tO per cent, over proof, in huds. Leeward Island ditto, proof, in puncheons. JOHNS. JiUA. Cameron-street, March 4. ? ^^^ ? T SAD&IatiftV; * ON SALE, EX HENRY. AN invoice of three cows, containing Saddlery t of B supe...

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

SHIPPING NEWS. March 13.— Arrived tbe brig William, Thom, master, from Gulf St. Vincent— in ballast. March 13. - Arrived the barque AFRICAINE Duff, master, from Gulf St. Vincent — in ballast, March 14. Arrived the schooner MARs, Hollis, master, from Sydney, via Newcastle— 35 tons coals —John Cape.             March 14.— Arrived the schooner Sally Ann,   Dempster, master, from Portland Bay— in ballast.   March 14.— Arrived the schooner Hetty, Trun-   dle, master, from Port Phillip—In ballast.   March 14— Arrived the schooner John Duns- combe, McLean, master, from Port Phillip— in bal- last. March 14— Arrived the schooner Industry, Lan-   cey, master, from Port Phillip— in ballast. March 14— Arrived the cutter Mary, Robson, master, from Port Phillip — in ballast.     March 15— Arrived the schooner, Edward, Ja- cobs, ma...

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EMIGRATION TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 March 1837

EMIGRATION TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND Yesterday morning, Mr. Fatter, the chairman ol the committee fat promoting emigration to lUe Au- . strilian Colonies, accompanied by 'Mr. Parker, Mr. Sterry, and several other members of that committee, attended at St. Katharine's Dock, to superintend the embarkation of the male and female- cmigrauts whohadvoiunteered'to go olitty the Wiu.uk Mncur to Van Diemen's Land. The greater part of the baggage of the parties was sent on Mon day last by a steamer, down to Gravesend, where the William Metcalf was then moored, and yester day the emigrants mustered at St. Katharine's Dock, in order to be conveyed from thence to the came vessel. |&t 9 o'clock the Albion steamer, wliioh was engaged for the occasion, having taken them on board, started from the wharf, and proceeded down the river to Gravesend, where the arrived at IS o'clock. The embarkation ofthe passengers on board the William Uetsalf Immediateljr took place under the inspection -of Mr, Mars...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. Extensive Sale of Stoclc. Tl/IR. J. C. UNDERWOOD has lectured in lvi structions to Sell by Public Auction, at Killafaddy, on Wednesday, 29th March, at twelve o'clock, the fallowing highly improved STOCK, the property of John Archer, Tig,., viz— lSOOYoung Ewes 800 Full-mouthed ditto ? 700 Ewe Lambs 1300 Two-toothed Wethers 709 Wether Lambs A few pure Saxon Kami 1(0 Head of Cattle, consisting of cows, calves, heifers, and steers ? . 10 Marcs and Fillies . S Cart Hones . 5 ColU S00 Tigs of all ages I'uRUa : ? All sums miner 120, cub ; £20. to £100, 8 months \ ebovo 1100, 8 & 6 months credit on ap proved bills. ' ' Every accommodation afforded to purchasers. To be Sold by Public Auction* BY MR . UNDERWOOD, On WEDNESDAY, the SOth March, at Killa faddy, immediately after the sale already udver-' lised, *1VWO PURE LEICESTER RAMS, imported ~ by the Derwent. ~ KEMEL D£ALS To be Sold by Public Auction BY MR. J A. BDDDXE, On MONDAY, 87th instant, at one o'clock pre ci...

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

Co tlir sj&toito'r. SiR,— Having left Launceston to visit a friend on the North Esk, I was stopped in myprojtrtss by a great log fence.brcast Jiigh.placcd ocrius tlie load on Daly's farm, and had tb retrace my steps and go a considerable circuit, before I ' reached what is the now line of load. . I met a cart loaded with wheat, and tin enquiry I found, that the farm is at present the property of a Mr. Cough, and that lie t«d creeled this «kid ' log fence, - excluding the public from a ligbt-of road, used «s such for upward* of SU years, and also, excluding. the public from a rigkVcf way towuiiU of considerable antiquity on the name road. The Surveyor General, much Jess any private individual, lias no power to stop , this line -)f road. 4s the time of its use completely establishes tho right of , way—how can it be changed, but by an Act of the Lieutenant Governor, and Council. I bcg4eavc, therefore, through tbemedium of your most useful journal, to call the attention of the l...

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

Co the SUitor. Sin,— lam a Settler in the interior, and liave resided upon my farm upwards ol sine' years. A shoit time Inck I applied (for the first time) for the loan of a carpenter and bricklayer, to assist'in en larging my house, and in perfectini; a lew triflinc matters. My application was acceded to,; and tlie men forwarded to inc. After having beeta with Be three weeks— the carpenter had finished for me a Dog Kennel, i took tiie LinsnTr ofremonstrating tvitn the Genthjum (Mlio I must teU you had visited Port Arthur for his good deeds) who told me that he was no convict servant of mine. He ui on loin, and he made use of such abuse to me, that 1 felt it to beni) duty to travel tuny ututs'ts eom plaiu ofhu conduct to a Mufiitrate— before whom i stated my charge. The BlBgibtratetold me, (hat I should not elao. the prisoner with cunvicts— actually rcLuked me before him for complaining of my men, and altho' he was pleated to icknowledge I had ' good Cttuw' forcumplalning — at I had...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND WOOL PACKING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 March 1837

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND WOOL PACKING. to the EDUon or the etdnev hebald. Sir— In a. late number of }out Journal is an ex tract from a British newspaper, respecting a gross fraud taid to be committed by a Van Dienicn's Lsnd wool-packer, on a bale of wool vWicn pressing it for shipment to England. ' T-)c:«iornrtt*'oUlie artful deception practiced upon tbe purchaser of tbe wool in England — his eagerness1 to -rtpisc Ike fraud in order tliat the publicity of it might find *its way to the Van Piemen's Land press — the dishonorable reflection which, the act leaves upon the commercial transactions of the Sister Colony — all conspire to make us feel a very strong desire to see the fraud fully exposed at the Dcnvcnt We have often been reproached by the Tasiuaniuns for our shipments to them qf unsound beef.bul we have never been known, I believe, to s|Hp stones to England and sell them far wopl. To prevcut the extract 1 refer to escap ing observation in Van DicnicnV Land,' I nt'lhe ic quest of seve...

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