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LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

LAUNCESTOW, V. D. Land, SATirRaxr,3Ur 30, 1835. The proclamation of hi Excellency to do away with the Private Trap of the Road knightt, on the banks of the liver Nive, justify our hopes that oilier proclamation! w.ll follow to destroy similar nuisances en this side of/the Isltnd. Tliemisc'iievous co sequences arising from the Government empowering the impo tiding of all private ? ock, whic'.i may i-e found (tracing on land un located, that is, unfit for cultivation, and that is bordered on by land of private per sons, has never been sufficiently rep e sented to the proper qusrter, or it could not so long have been suffered to exist. We are credibly informed, that one gen tleman durirg the 'ast t/ir«e weeks, has been rased of cash to the atnonnt of fifty pounds, for the release of hf» cattle from poun' in the neighbourhood of Westbury. The effects of th's sort or legalised plun der (rnr it ie neither more nor Ids) is an imposition p acliced upon the public, be cause -t causes an incr...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

MISCELLANEOUS. 7b laboring Mtn.—h Is an tdmilted fact, thst manual labor is the employment must condnclte lo tlie liapiiiness, and at the same lime oi'Vi con genist lo ihe health of nun. 8(111 .here Is a fault n the bablls of unr hbxriiif men, lo nhirh we invite your attention. That to whicb *? allnde may not be geueral, but Dial it prevails In a de gree Is certain.' Ills lliebautt oflabiring vfo. ?eniiy tor ? lime sinm a piece work is n-iisitf.dv nr neatly so, and tlfn relating ineir exertions lo renter from Ilie fatigue, and pe'Imps sickness oecaitonrd bv this imprudent conrse of conduct. Tills is ruinous to li'»llli, atid almost t-ial io busi ness. Regular, constant labor, sriibout violent rxerlion, la most proGiable,noi only because it is done in a belter manlier. It is Ihe best preserra- , ?ion from diseaits, and a certain care for that j worn of all dUeases, Lcxmeis. The man who | labors regularly every day almosl invariably en- ' jnji good dealtb. He is not troubled with inil...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

Corn fHatltet. TtciiiR-ni pretty (Uldy. The average price of Wheat may lir qnnied at nevrn ?lilllinc'. Barley five «Mlliiic-. aiii O«t» I'rom llirn tliilliiitl to three sliillmgl and ill pence per buihel. Very little h«- b-en dune in the grain trad' doring the week, liitle ha'ioi; come to market,the ?eillen being foi lite mori part busily engaied ic prepB'in;-(orn»l-'top,ttnd thebnyeri expecting a rrdnrli -n in pride— wheat Ts. fid. to 8'. per bmli.l iloiJ.'r. Ci. lo7«.fi-! ( call, *l. toi-. 9J-; b'St II mi £U per ion— Hobart 7'ouk Courier, Mail SO- ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. Valuable Building Sites. To be Sold b^~Pvblie Auction, BT MR. O. HAMILTON. On Tneriag etenins nut, theind of June, «( 1 : o'clock precisely, ml hit Jucrton Room. Charles Sleeet, ' fWO ALLOTMENTS in Montgomery ' Street, each having 100 feet in depth, by a frontage or 26 feel. Three Allotments in Howick Street, each having 78 feet in depth, by a frontage of 33 feet 4 inches. AMD Three Allotments in Hompden Street, each having 78 feet in depth, by ? fron tage of 33 feel 4 inches. Terms cash 1— Purchasers lo pay llieir own conveyance. In soliciting attention to the above, Mr. Hamilton would be understood us par ticularly recommending them as suitable for small capitalists, who prudently feel anvious to esenpe from the pressure of heavy reni, and'reside in peaceful cottages of their own. A plan of the properly may be seen at ihe Auctioneer's. May 28, 1835. ?, J Collages and linilditig Ground, GEOitGK TO»N. To be Sold by lJuMic Auction, i\\ MH J- A. KODfR, Immediately af...

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THE CORNWALL, CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D.LAND, SATURDAY, MAY 30,1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. XAUNCESTOW, V.D.Lano, Satdkday,May 30, 1835. We promised last week( to auhmil ? few remark* relative to the waolaof tbe River Tamar, which we now do, with the hope that they will not be received unkindly by the parties Interested in the proposed rrmpillea. That ilia accidents: that hava taken place, have occurred inconsequence of the unpardonable neglect of the Au thorltiei, cannot be disputed ; indeed, the report of the committee, appointed by his Excellency to examine into the Mate of thcWvfr, is conclusive upon thataubject. The neglected state In whieh the Commit tee found the Biver to be in, tor the want of theneceisary Buoy* and Beacon* being kept up, allowed them ho alternative but to acknowledge In its report, that the In habitants had not so unceasingly com plained without reason ;—that| all, and every accident that had occurred could not be attributed to (he existence of any dangers in the River, that could not with proper management he avoided, but, ab ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

SHIP NEWS.   May 27? — Arrived the schooner Gem, Captain Douglas, from Java and Hobart Town, with a general cargo of foreign and British goods, con- signed to Mr. McKellop. May 27 - Arrived the brig Martha, Captain Sanderson, from Sydney, via Newcastle, with a cargo of coals— consigned to Henry Reid, Esq. Passengers, Mr.and Mrs.Meredith, of the Syd- ney Theatre.   May 27 — Arrived the barque Norval, Captain Coltish?, from London with a general cargo, con- signed to Henry Reid, Esq. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Drysdale, Mr. Horner, and Mr. George Peck. MAY 29 — Sailed the schooner Elizabeth, Captain Akers, for Portland Bay, with whaling stores.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

FBEIQHT & PASSAGE. For Lokdoh Direct, '?' -ryv The fine f/w- .'i'tag Civile built 3m|hsL 374 '-'?* tejisiec, Captain Dcn« SUSaS c*n tl*Al*-». »Hl- w*et w'.h JmmediH'e dee -Wi foi- U'O atove woil (;1- bercsrfiO len\ et'-p-cti). Her r.cormo. daliomforp»B«eo5e.i«ie»Of)e:o-. *piilj 10 KC.18, AOCXANOEU & Co. Laoncectnn Whan', I81I1 April, IE35. r J?-»r London Direct, rfB^riiHE 6ue fatls-lllne Barque wTiUAIl StoRS. M*sicr. TUe pd..elp*l p,flo(Wr«. go l,eS..g««g-g«-l,»hti»iameel ni'n inimtvia ? d;«p.'l--b. For Ireljtit or pa» »je, po»I» lo KF.ISBT* PENNY. Laiwcerio -, M«v C3r , ?SJ-_ ? for #.i'eVni Direct, — sl Tue fiie fxR-'-i'linir Barque ~2§W& ' tJOCUIKL.' jaKnPWl S00 -on« rrxitlcr, Copnin Tho fiiPffift mas Mum**, »W 'O'1 fr*»» ^JSimv L»un- *» O' for toe nbove poi , (;'her-:B tolie'iK* ???&'') °' lle flM1 o( A'jji'S -Tl'ii vmm-J -i«i Minerior pccommorlr. i!on for pnsBPngi'-*, »«»' pos-i-:e money ci ?- ?ler.Ue. Appy 10 Jat. F. Si-1*. Hobat Town, nr he c I ...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

SYDNEY NEWS. Hurricane at Ceylon. — A dreadful hur- ricane, attended by extensive floods, had occurred at Ceylon, by which shocking calamities had been inflicted on the peo- ple. Dwellings and plantations were swept away in all directions ; and the poor na- tive population, in particular, reduced to the most wretched state of homeless po- verty. Public meetings were held for the purpose of adopting measures for the re- lief of the sufferers. Five hundred pounds were subscribed on the spot, and the Go- vernor, Sir W. Horton, announced his intention to advance five hundred pounds on the part of the British Government. Lord L.aictUi'i.—Vnder our Supreme Court head will be found a detailed report of the trial of the individual whoso long assumed the title of Lord Lascelles, and un 'er that name succeeded in practising frauds upon various individuals in this CUVUMJF , 111 d 1CI J 1CIIWIW aiUUUHli KIIVIG can, we think, be now no doubt but that this man Is not only an impostor, but *n impo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 30 May 1835

. ? , Notice. , ? The Ettentive Sole al Mr. Welik't Store, 8V Mil- J. A. KDDIB, lI7'ILLcorotnenoe»ri MONDAY the 1st ef- »» June, at I2'»'otnck precisely ;'and as there will be aeariy 6,000 loti, it will punctu ally begin on eanh succeeding day al -he s*nie hour. Catalftguri will tie ready to dif iribule on (he 1st June. ? - May 23, 1835. __.„ Z-' ^ ?23Lfffilsiv& SALE, ..'' _ , MR. J. A. EDDIE, BEGS to inform the pu.l.lic.that he will «e!l by Auction, eaHjr in May »rtt,«f wlitcb fiirtli^rpurliculariwill beelren, ? ?? THE WHOLE STOCK-IN-TRADE - ? ' or ' MR. P.-W. WELSH, Who is removing to bis new store near the W,«f,»»d'le»fi|«O'ff «h«teWil part of the ?''''laOSMONOEH'Ti consisting of«ll de-' «oriplion»ofcatlery,c«rpeotort.»li9e Wfcoi-;W«*«*l!l1tnV» At oilier tools ???- Licks «nd hipses ' Tin nho br«ia- ««? :- ?- '- Ferflefe.Src Jtaa»~ \ '*. ! . ; Brashes Tea and cofee pots ? ?????? Sheep shears and ticklei ? ? Sa'wi unit file* ? , . Steelyards ' ' »?!?? ' . .t- ?...-. Biwer1B...

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IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

IMPORTED GOODS. Aleprrlilid 0 0 0 » Ditto per doton 0 1! 0 It 0 If 8 Hrownslom (Taylor1.) 0 12 0 to 0 12 6 Coffee perlb by the bag 0 0 « 10 0 0 10 Cheese perlb 0 0 8 to 0 1 0 Hams per ditto 0 I 0 io 0 1 S Salt per ton 0 O 0 io f 0 0 Saapperdiito 40 0 0 to Dilio per Ib tt, 0 0 5 Sugar per ton 20 0 0 It Dilto ditlo,-fineE«tJ40o , „ Ditto ditto-peril) fl.agj -« 0 0 4 Diito ditto— per Ib. loal 0 0 T to 0 0 H Hom iu bond. p«rRallon 0 4 0 to 0 4 6 l»i(lo duly paid. perdition. 13 0 « 0 14 0 Handy in bond, pcidiUOO 5 0 to 0 6 6 Ditiorlut. p,id,.prl ditto 0 IS 0 io d 20 0 Gin in bond, per ditto o 4 0 -o 0 4 6 Ditto duty paid, per ditto 0 IS 0 to 0 «u o Tea per client e 0 « -« * 0 « Witlopirlli c 2 8 -o 0 8 6 T.ibacco in bond, ppr Ib 0 0 10 U 0 I 0 Ditto duly poid, pet Ib 0 * 0 -to 0 8 o ?Ciearaner bo- « I' ° '? * * 0 ViiuvariMrcaUon- 0 6 0/0 WiaM-l'ort per dorm to 3 9 0 IJino perem'Lm so O lj 0 MaieliapT.lof fo I Is 0 Sheri) per dit'O tt I Io 0 - Oitlci per ca'lon l» 0 lo 0 Clar-iprr il..«. ...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

Com {ttarftct. Siisliillinesis the higVsl cath price paid for Wlwa' during ilie week, although « higher figure hai b-en obtained fur ihc article in en hange for ?n-rrhsndiic. Barley 6s., anil oiti 3».6I. p r bnaliel. ? ? The present price. mav b- staled at for wheat fn.m 7*. Od- to 8i SI. per b.Khrl j barely Oi. io O'.8d, oai- *». Io 5«. ;fliie flwr £U per ton, aecnnddn £-2perdn. ; hrea.l fl.1. per Vb loaf tlnbatt Town Couriu, June 6.

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

feigYj EHatcr at iauntcston. n. m. n- m, Snnnay ? S SO |W.fln«-.»ay ....I 45 M.a.lay ? T IS I Tlmraday ....12 3a Tueiday ? 10 0 | Friday ? t IS Smurday ? 2 U

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Chases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

^nsti of t^t fHoon. Full Moon— Hili June, SS inn pail 6 morning jjiiliilUfWilHUl'lili 7 |t»»|4m[ a b I aw I s t«| bib |*,'km;;

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

FRANCE. Mr. Livingston, Ihe American Minister, lias liad another interview with Admiral de RiRny, the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, in consequence of IheiiDDH'ii intention nf Mr. LUinpBton to take Ilia passport for England. It ii staler) that Admiral de Rigny's object In seeking tills inlcrcicw, was. to Induce Mr. l,-Yinc8ion to change tits purpose, and to wait in Paris the decision ol the Clioinber firnjet de hi, which lias slits dav liein picsmierl, and which varies firm that of IPS'2, iu th« num ber of aunnal inMalmtnts, which were Orro. rly six, bul are now to be reduced to four, an f, of course in Ibe terminus a quo, which waa formerly 18Si, and is now lo be ISSS. Tim importance at tached to the condition of nullity in the event of actual bostilties having been eummeured on llie part of tbe United Siatep,ii-y be judgid of by the 6rmne»sof this day's stock market, as exuibltetl in your regular Bouise report. Tlie underwriters here arc mnrh more timid than the speculators rf the...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

KftJP WJ&f. SEWS Sr*i /.- SAilti ihr l-ri- Hint for-Hauirt ?jowi,, with a cargj of650) bushel* wheat.

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

SPAIN. There is a rumour notv current, that one of the Ministers, anxious to put * stop to tbe proceedings of the Carlists, haa summoned his colleagues to a council, in order to discuss the propriety of making application for the armed intervention of France. It is said that the other mem bers of the council are averse to the de mand, but if the army under Mina be in the bad plight described by the Carlists. and unable lo put down the equally en feebled partisans of Don Carlos, it ia scarcely to be wondered at, that a wish should be felt to have the assistance neces sary to put an end to the evils which they have produced lo the country at large. It is unfortunate that tlie liberties of those provinces should be considered incompa tible with those now enjoyed by the other parts of Spain, and that the inhabitants should be misled lo abet the enslaver of the nation at large, simply because he pro mises that they shall cotuine to hold their ancient rights. The solution of this ques tio...

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Launceston Brice Current. Complied for the Cornwall Chronicle AND CORRECTED THE DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

1 aaunwStoa ?ri« .€\imat. \Ctimpilcd for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AMP COBRBCTKO Till! »»*. COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ ,. d. £ *. i. Ale.pfrhhd. *«?'?«?; Hark, per to. 3 0 Olo 0 6 0 HeerperMid. 4 0 0 -? Bread ptrtlblonf 0 0 0 to 0 0 9 lti.mil 1 per cwl. 1 10 -L le I IS 0 flatter perlb-fre»h facarcr) 0 8 0 J) tin. dilio.— salt . S * f lUcnn perlb 0 1 1 J« 0 1 S Jlcef perlb 0 0 8s. Mutton per lb 0 0 o -» Pork perlb S ° 7 Veal perlb 0 0 8 Chocolate per lb (Ciiem)O 6 O lo Cbeane por Ib 0 O 8 io 0 1 0 Candles per II -mould. O 0 8 «» 0 0 9 Dlito, dilto-dipa 0 0 8 is . 0 0 0 Kee» per do*en 0 8 0 FJo..rj-erJOOj).--finwCBf»H)dge1»; -? 18 0 Ditto, dllto-Mcoudi - fl IS 0 Flour pet 100 bi— fine (Flexmans) 0 18 0 Wifto, diuo-secoudsldo.) °.14'0 Hran per bnsbel 0 10 Rarlrv P»r ditto fl 5 0 Jo Susmdlti. . 0 - 0 «» 0 4 0 Oa-m«l perlb. » 0 0 Hay per Ion' B 10 0 -o 4 0 0 Hides each (average) 0 7 0 (o ».p'eril. « 3 0 ;, 0 0 » Hams per aitto 6 1 2 /o 0 1 3 Straw per loa.l ? 1 0 «» IH. ? . Firewood per ditto 0 ...

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THE MEASURES USED AT THE BONDED STORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

THE 'ME ABUSES' USED AT THE BONDED STOUE. *t*,~tht fatertlttrot \h\t week has thought pioprrio pnhlish a ata'cment that mint be untrue, iri am in the possession of cntrect iulormaiion ?ipun ilie subject of the measures slated to be used ln the Bonded etore. Br cood enough to let me kuovr whether or not the following Is correct— ' ' In reference to a statement which appeared in the CortiuvU Chronicle or laal week, we arc aulhnrited by Uieaiustoms to stale, that in ll.eal.sei.ee of any Imperial Measure, belonging in thai department, the quantity of all spirits, requiring to be. mea sured, entered for duty ulnce the alteration In Hie standard, has been ?scerlilned hv the Imperial Measures furnished hy the iioiue Government to the Cnraml.iarlal, and bearing tlie Government' Stamp.' ? . . ? I am, Sir, j'onr obedient servant, WM. lAJSHIMCTOR GOOOWIH. To Mr. George Fiiidlav, Custom House Aeenl. I^nncestou, June 4, 1835. ,£nun««i-m, JuneS, 1339 8m,— In reply to your note jnst received, I he...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE.LAUNCESTON, F. D. Land, Saturday, June 6, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

TDK CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LA.TJNOESTON, K V. D. Land, Saturday, June 6, 1838L We have a Ten- remarki let up, upon the present ecucity of rpecie in Hobart Town, hut our lengthy extracts from the Britiali Journals, compel us to oui't them in tltii number, MARRIED -On Tuesday Hie SJ June, by the Reyerrnd William Bedford, Junr., at.the residence of the Brides' Father, George Tlioniaa Harrison, Ksq , of Dotiglau fork, Campbell Town, third sv-n of Robert .Harrison, K»q., J. I'., of -VVoodbury, to Harriet, sejond daughter, of [lunry Keacli, E§q. oP Wcobliyi ne'irOampbelrToWD. We lisve Lefpre tin a statcmetil of tlie quantity of Foreign Wool imported inl - Umion, Liverpool, Jiriilol, Hull, Goole, nnd Gloucester, in the year 1634, and the Importers lamei. From New South Wales and Van plemen^Land, 14,278 bates* were exported to Lonijon, as will be' ?eeri by the following. A^eBsrs. J, Gor»j & Co. (Messrs. Hewitt, Gore & Co., of this and'llobert Town) arc tbe largnil consignees. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 June 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. To Tanners and Others.' CAMPBELL TOWN., One of the most favourable opportuuitiet lever offered to' those who feel disposed It embark in the Tanning trade.' . Mil. JU1KS HUME, WILL »ELl BY AUCTION, Without the teott reserve, on Thawte}, t V25f ft ql June next, ihnie. premises to ilesireaMy sit voted on the banks nf I lie Elizabeth Hi rer, s't(/iDfoii«(un( tvpplj/ nf vmter from lafoon'i that never dry, even in lAelwtest seasons, rpHE CAMPBELL TOWN TANNERY, ??? comprisinEBB follows.-— Ancic.|lenlnni(«ul)8 antial brick ri«eU . ing, containing four apartments, Terflida.flo. Ab'flXCOlleni Wfatlicr-boarded dwelling, miiIi 4 apartments. A Wftathet- ORidt-d tiou-e, 50 bj 15, con ain ng3 pi's «??-! 19 ubj. Men's *'Ut end slurr, 30 by IS. One of the. laiesi liark wild, eompUte, liy h mltrTt. ' Tlie Allotment contains 3 acres o' e«. Cf I lit soil, m a.urcd I' om the river. A« iho priprciorii auoui l.-nvinj iIkC - Ion) o:i imp .riant business, ihe lerm.will be III rial, viz. — ...

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