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

ENGtasB' JNTELLlfcENClii. W#«r« indebted to theVnfoemt-t* Gentleman, for ttw yerusal pf Several English papers.ss late «? the 4«h »f/«nua ry. Our arrangement* last week, prior to ihe receipt of tliem, prevented in from noticing thei r contents. They ate impor tant, immuclli ?» t»ey accurately uunurui thtei.peciat.ons that were generally enter tained, relaliTe t« the ephemeral «sttlence of tht new Ministry. The Electioneering throughout England was attended with success to the cause of Reform, although unfair mean* wens adopted it appear* by the Toriei, to influence it in their favor A proof of the weakness of their party .and the general disgust that operated against them throughout the Country.' Fair means wai knowti to ba insufficient toensore their return *? Parliament, and diihonest and unconstitutional means were resorted to, but without success. We should pro* nounce their despicaWn conduct favours, ble to the country, and to the cause of Reform— because it has shewn their clo...

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

FREIGHT & PASSAGE, j For London- Direct, ?j-a The flue fast-iailing Clyde buill jfffjMi Barque pffiffilffj1. 274 tons regster, CnptBin Dun ROJSsip can M'ALPiti, wilt meet wi'h inini dmie despatch for the above port (all Iiit cargo being engaged). Her accommo dation* forpasspnijc-rt are 'Uperior. Apply 10 KERft, ALEXANDER 4 Co. lennceiton Wharf, 18th April, -1835. For London Direct, —A THE fiim 'a«t.SMllnc Barqje ,2fMfig§»V . William Storh, 'Master. The ciSgfiUggaL pri-icif-al part of her cargo being Hq333 eng-.ged, she will meet whb im mcdiaie -Ji»|Mtch. For freight or passaje, apply to UK1BEY * PESTNY. Liuncestan, May 23rd, 1835. For Leilh Direct, -rA The fi.ie f.tc-»iilins: Barqae '^ga 'LOCHIEl,' j4t56&§* 300 ions remitter. Captain Tno fSgfiEgHL. mas Millovs, will sail friiu '?3»3wS^S l.junr.g o i fur the above pony (..II her cnr,!0 tirinic crafted) on the first of Angus:- This Tcitel has tUDeri-r accommoda tion for pansengeri, an- passage money m rfcrate. Apply to...

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THE MINISTERS AND THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

THE MINISTERS AND THE tLECTOTlS. (From tht Watchman.) The Elections having terminated. It Is now st the highest interest and fmportanre to atreilain their pio bable results :-liow far they arc likely tii nlToid sup. ?nut to His Majesty's Goveruinent, und whether they arc such as lo create alarm, either In reference to the people, or as regards the constitutional Influence of the Crown, and the hereditary rights of the aristo We'irusl there are but few British subjects, callable or exercising the elietite franchise, whv need be re minded of tlie exceeding -peril Ihey run in giving an undue preponderance to any one of the three. It is unnecessary for us to trouble our rcadeis wilh the many authorities, ancient and modern, great and good, learned and ex|ieriruced, who have attributed the high honor aud pl'iy of great Urilaln to her mined coverniuenl of King, Lords, ei.d Commons. Under I'rovtdeuce, her condition has been atony, luifipy and urosnerout. so lone as stie withheld from eitlu...

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FROM THE ENGLISH JOURNALS. Jan 28th to 31st, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

FROM THE ENCUSIf- JOURNALS, JarfUthtoi\it.KU. Pirate Schooners.— The Royal WiU'wm, free trader, when off the Cupe de,Verd Islands, (home word bound) wasi-hased for H hours by two piratical schooni-ra, who were evidently ciuiclng in concrrl as Ihry vy^re continually bIij nalirinp each other. She surreetled, however, in celling clear of thrm, but Hie VaUcyfiel wliirh If « the Cape will) the Knyal WUIlum. uni was pursuing the name 'Hack, may lall In wilh iIipid, as she is a dull tailing vessel* Hetpat to a Governor.— The St. Ann (limber Milp) nailed fiom Portsmouth for Sierra Leone, taking passenger Majoi H. O. Camubell, Gover nor of that C. lony. The Jolm, Aaron Smith, Commander, had clratedouiwardsii) Ignition for Ibis Colony and Sydney i and the Ann euleied outwards for liBiincrsinn. Female Emigration.— Th* nltip Canton, of 610 tons, uac laid on lot Sydney, to sail on tlie 20th April, wills female Emigrants, uuderthe superin tendence eiiir. Naislia)!, Ageal SonheEaugra tion Commiiue...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

To the Editor. Permit me, £-r through the medium or ynnreoTumns, to address tlie very troublesome awiks, el ccier* of Patterann's Plains I Massimiaa, I am weailed ormnmifrurnuataintt vnar day and nlfilit visits to my pauioes, turnips, manerewuiBle, and grass . so, think It nnt iwry unnelghlxmrly, ' to iiaro. duce. your careless rmuier lo ihetemfer ronsldcralitm ofTRa SurBIHa Cooat,' where the Lawyers will miilce tllem igneatc, ta you do, wiien my mastllPi get hold of your cars I Were [ to nigleet «/oor bretheren In my tiles, It would be rsulier inhuman ; and, sliould I permit them to ramble, emd ettat from my neiphloara, as you dii from me— tlic receiver being imrte Uian tbe Ihlef— would H not be -uinewual lUibmrK I 1 do not wish to wound the delleale reelings of tuilhe AfTrf.-bul.lt is ftlf* Max, and iust. that fourt should knqw— that evpry one cries*1 thame upon itiem' and, that I assert then* conduct to be tterp ttlxaractful. If this stntle hint does not suffice, snore stiall be ...

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Import of Foreign Wool into Liverpool in the year 1333 and 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

tmveri of Portion ITnol inro IAvcrpool in tht year 1333 and 4. tess i«3S Saler . Bales Jlpsln : - ? 147 SiWn ? .131 Fnrtuiral SS81 l'orluasl ' 6410 ten South Wales ' son New South Wales SOOT Russian . 104 Uusslan ' IT4S Mediterranean HJ2 Mediterranean HIM South American JUS South Aiuerican Star Gertnun SB Gertnttu J!7 Vance 136 Prance IS1 United Stales 121 United States l« Ca|ie Good Hope »a Cape Cood Hope 17 But Jind West Indies r Bast and West Indies 171 Total bags in 'iSM TOM Total bats In ISM S09S8 Liverpool, Itt January, 1835. This year, the imports of Foreign Wool are 98988 bales against MSI bales'in IMS. During the last lour month* the dunHiiri has been very limited, and prices eriierally have declined Irom SO to S3 per cent, from the highest pnint. At the piesenl rates the Dealers and niuniiiacturrn shew adicposiiionto purchase, and a steady and increasing demand way now be looked for. The stocks in the Ihauds of consumers are considered light. I- remain respectfully, your o...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

To the Editor. Si a, —On yon not suggest aome plan'/or onltinj So ciety a little snore. I do not see why oar Sydney neishboars should be rnjoyinj the dance at their monthly skssemblies, while we allow tlir winter evenings to pass unheeded. Surelv. some effort* will be made this winter to Eel ud a Subscription. Ball or two. This may meet the eyes of a respectable few, who may perhaps caavasa tha subject | it cuuld be as select -«*-*»-y-w -, - ? Mlum. St. John Street, taaneeston. Ths Wont Taaoi.— The 'arst or a nerirs of aaleso colunlal and other -descrlptluns of wool, tnuk place the day before yesterday sst Oarraway's Coffee House, and was srery well ?tlended.' lu consequence of the em barrassed atale which many parties Itave been in who are connected with the trade since the last sales occurr ed, much altenllonwasdrawn to the aale. The quan. lity -if wool announced for ssle nt t/Wa bales, of wlilch I^M bales were fttim New Sonlh Woles, S7 bales Irnin Van Oiemen'a iVand, t« balea fro...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

^P %fyatt6 of tljc ifiooit. I.sil qnailer— lBIb jiiiif,5(lmn. past Smornirif iiilisjililiiiliaillsllll l»\Ttt iit 6 10 j SM j 8 49 | « «♦ 1 4lk'f Our advtrll&lng Frimdt are again partiadiarly requetltd to tend to our nffict tieir naeeriimacnU Icjhre thru o'clock en the day of publication —an otherwise tee fear U uUl ?»( be in oui ftwtr t» aUentt to them.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

*mp4S3kNEW8 3v«t 12-Airlvo.l Hie brig LavMa. Captain Cain, from London Sflth January, J6S5, w«ii ? ''JuMMa^Airived llw Sully Ann, Captain How, in bstlast, from Swan Bl»er. . JuKuH.-Sailed the brie i/i««1.CaptaiiiiWv»tt, for Holia.t Town, wltu 4500 bushels wheat for °Jun' ToDls»tled the schooner Gem, Captain Douglas, for llobari Town, will' 1 ease lampt. ' caskHnware, HI6 bushels wheat, 1890 bushel, oats. 430 bushels btrley.

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

5?iglj WLattt at SLauiueiSUm. ? H. M- H. M. finnday ? S 16 I Wednesday ... 6 30 Munila«, ? 4 0 I Thursday ....1116 Tuftdut ... 4 45 | Fridny ? 70 ytiatiirday '. ? 7 45

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

SWAN RIVER. Charles tlenly, Eb(j , has kindly favor ed us wilh the loan of Swah River pBpers up to the 16th ult. Provisions at that Settlement were scarce and deer. Wheat 15«. perbaflie! ; flour 5 J. per Ib. ; bread1 lOd. the 21b loaf; hams 2s. per Ib, ; salt butter, English cheese and gunpowder, none in the market ; fresh beef Is. Gd. and mutton Is. 5d.;-pork Is 7J. and kanga roo lOd. per Ib. ; fowls 6s. per couple; eggs2s.6d. per dozen; oil lOi. per gallon; sugar 7fd. ; tea 7s. ; -tobacco 3s. ; soap 9d. ; potatoes 4d. per Ib. ; hay £10 per ton. The natives were not very peacefully disposed towards the Settlers. On thefth May, two men were spenred by sosje of them while in charge of Hock they Were driving acroii (he country. The actives demanded bread of-ttie unlucky fellowi- ] which refusing to .give; they were speared upon tbespot, and the assailants made Off. Bis Excellency Sir James Stir ling, w» prevented from immediately punishing tlien, in consequence of their having accompa...

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IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

lUFOliTED GOODS. Aleperhhd D 0 0 to Ditto prrdiMfD 0 12 0 to 0 It 0 llrown mom (Taylor's) 0 12 0 to 0 U 0 Coffee prr tb uytlio bag 0 0 H /o O 0 10 Chewe per ib 0 0 i 8 to. 0 1 0 Hams per ditto 0 I 0 to 0 1 S Soli per t'in ~ 0 (I 0 to 7 0 0 Soap perdilto 40 0 0 to Ditto jut Ib -d 0 0 5 fiugarperlon 23 0 0 to Dmo 4iUo,-fijjeJE«il4()o 0 fl Dlitodilin-pptlh rtiagj id 0 0 i Onto di'to -per 11). loaf 0 fl ? fo 0 0 8 Ruin in bind, per rjIWhi 0 ?» 0 -o 0 4 fi l)»h» dill} paid; per dillno 13 0 to 0 14 0 3) audv I' bond, peidil'o 0 5 0 to 0 A 0 Dlto.luti p«id, per ditto. 0 IS 0 to 0 SO 0 Giu in iidnd. per ditto 0 4 0 -o 0 4 6 Diiio rtuiv paid, per ditto 0 V* O to O 80 0 Tea per rhest 4 0 0 to 0 0 0 Ditto p. rib 0 8 6 to 0 3 6 Tobacco in bond, per Ib 0 II III b 0 1 o Uilto -)n() -p.iid.pci Ih 0 « 0 to 0 8 0 Cigars per I. ox 0 10 O 10 4 1 (I Vim-par prr Italian 0 6 0 to WWe- Port per doien la 2 2 fl Di'lo per tiallin l« 0 1} 0 Ma.lfiinp^,lot. (ii I Ifi 0 Sh.'rrj p/-i riit'O Id I Ifl 0 D.tlu per...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

. Corn {Harlttt. Inrnrmatinn nt i.n udtMnti! in tl«! I'rirc of Grain at Sj Jury liiivinE Ue 11 ne . iv,d, il lin« li^d Hie cffi-ct «? rnl a'.ciitp die dc.muri lur il in tlik lawn. SeVI-H lMII:ie'. I''1 l' unJrntaii-l in one or law inconsiilir Biile pnri-hatth, tc-eu stiillino and six pence In cash, tut* hreti ptiid lor wlirnt. Daili'y it six tliiltitigt |icr kuiliel, m- I nan line jlnlllngs and tin pence. The ?nicf nl' tlir two Utter irLldrs iimy iie camidrred nmninnl. f loin Ins ruiaed two tliitlinjn per lOOIbs— tllv |Hlr^cms li'.o- at M«.r,. Fl--K'nan aud Beve rid^e'*. r»l li.e !-?'' l»-.Btid srumils I7i. Whr»t T«. in -i. ; Fngliiili bailey r«. In r«. O.I. ; C-|l'-lU».9a,; «au(wlnlr) Jl. 3d. lo«l.— A'«lo U'liarJ Market, Habart 7bwn , June it. l.i the «npplv nf Wheat tlti. week there lias Vena considerable falliiij off, Bllhoopli Hi.- price tiai ail valued ; -(imc cuoj samples nnliiicd D,. od., lint til'' CeniTAl HVpia^p may be i|Uoteil at 04. MaiiEe was lin1 ?iiuilrittily Minnliei...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

AMliRfCA. P™.M ^? Mr''rf''' * ''?V-The American Presidents MmnRe 10 Cougre-n, delivered on ?he U «!t. lia. irriwd. Ii i. nf gtnx lcllt, ,,. „ bringvo issue Uiel»o-iiiestioDsof the dlfi-ereno^ »r .I,™!''**11 '.he '^'''l ''' '?'lemnliif s, end 'if those Itatdly le.s formidabU hetwPtn lli« Co veinment and (he Bauk «t the Unllrd Stales, he President tnh lie is bound by a regard for We nonor of his Government, lo't.ke «u deeitlve ?t«jp, to declare aia principle of imernatlvnal law, hlfrichllo make reprlials on Ihe properly of Prenrb nibjecK, -nd to rerommend that a law *uthori«ln(tihembopa«»ed,iiiile»-proviiioiii»madc Tor Ibe payment of the debt doling the prnem teuton uf Hip Frenoh Chamber!. ..From the tone of Ibiapart of the Me«sag--, inmoient opening fi left for accommodation, and its spirit is as much an aiterilon of national digat-j,*«w at threat of actual warfare. The fate of the Bank of the United Spates— »? an appendage to Ihe Government, and co far a- depend* on the President of...

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A FREE BRITISH SAILOR FLOGGED BY A MILITARY OFFICER! II [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

A FREE BUCnsH SAUftlt FLOGGED BY A MILlrAttY OFFiCER!!! It must ba frefh in the recollection of our Eeaden, that the /Chief and Puisne Judges of the Colony, protested against the palling of the Police Act, and more particularly againit that douse, that em power* convict constable! toarresl teamen, If absent from their ships, between llir hours of nine o'clock*! night and day-light in the morning —and that.nolwithiunding the expressed objection of the Judge*, the Police Act was enrolled, and became Ta»n;a»ian L»w, That a W,— so uttne cesiBry,— and that was likely to prove bo degrading'!!! its operation, to the free nnd honourable members of the community, ihould have been suffered to pas', without the strongest representations on lh» part or the people, is strange indeed. We can only account for it, in the apalh«' and un willingness generally shewn in »H mailers which do not materially .ffect us individu ally, or, that are only irksome to the ew leading men among us. This is disgrace...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

VARIETIES. MABi-noROUGii Strcet — A Canny Scot — Monday, a little bald-headed ?? wee mannic,' nrnied Cole, piping hot fmm the ' land o'cakes,'1 was charged with haying been found domicile! in a dung cart the over night Mr. Chambers— What are you t Defendant —I'm an auctioneer, mon. I'm just the noo frita Udlnhre. Air. Clia.iiWu -,'jtIrtwcMotf*' ou --»1ie Ibnn'ri sleeping in a cart f Defendant -I hadna ony s Her ye ken, lo get a bed wi,' and being sair fatigued, 1 just thocht I wad mk an Imur or twa's olt-ep in the Iteart. Mr. Chambers— What did you leave Scotland for t Defendant— To git news o' my -on, whn's In tlie l!a«t fogies, B'id may be in findnnauM friend. Mr. Ghamlieni— Do you know any body in London ? Defen dant —Oil ay ; I ken a mbn ?-' the name o* Allan, a vary respectable body. Mr. Chambers — What is he! Defendant — He'a a (nantifaclnrcr. ? Mr. Chambers ? Of what? Defendant— Spunks, ye ken ; What ye ca' liereabool matclifs. Mr. Cham lier» — A manufacturer of matches is li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

, ?— ??^^??^saaaaasasaaaaaaas PnoH TBR 11 OB ART TOWN GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT~NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Juue 3, 1835. TT Isln-rpliyno-ineil.tliatilierr ii in ihe ele M- v-nrh linr. ,er. 18. of riV ,.,,1,1; ? rf ropie» of (lie Post Office Art.Vli Gui..4-th. No. 13, nn omission of ihe words ' lie uVlivrrerl up in »up|t Ponm.isler. I'ori-officor,' aid in oiilei to prevent mhcanei-ivion, llie Lietilrnain Governor lim been plrased lu .Hied the |iuhlirati.,n of .he 18.1, Section of ihe Act as enrolled in [he Suumne Conn. . v '^VIir.-Aml wliprra.. afirr the nrtival of vessels In the ports oi liarb-ium of thin Ma.,d Ii cm parts lieyonil the sea, Lettrrs and N,.«Mi»,ws d.rened to person, uilliiii ll,is Is|am| have dren in soniu insiaiires a long time di-taiur-d on board Iheicof, bi- it ilieri-lbre rnacied, thai till mails bosn. bojM, at packets oriel tr« nr u--w paper., and al,o nil loose letters and nrwspaiipm » lli.h ? t me tiraeor the arrival of any vessel within the limits of any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For Leilh Direct, —TV The fine f»«tl»ai|inp Barque 'jjWJa ' LOCH 1 EL,' .SfflSwgl 300 tons renter, Captain Tuo r3HMgBhk mas Millobs, will tail from 43gs3t3& Lnua:rg on for the above pori, (?llherrargo bring eneagrd) on ih* first nf August. This «ei-rl has superior aooommoda «i-n for passenRTt, an i paisnise money m -- -ternte. Apply -o Jas. r. Slmne, H ibart Town, or tie o 10 the unders'gned, wbete a plan of lbs cabin may b'e seen. KEIIR, ALEXANDER, $ C» Lndnnnton Wharf, 18th April, 1835. For London Direct, _-r& »Y-HB (infi fav-snilinR Barque' '5§«a 1 'BO LIN A,' ^S»Sl William Storr., M»s-er. The bJksHb3HL principal part of her cargo being ISsSaEsS eng.-.teJ, the 'ill meet will) -ni- intdinte riifpaioli. For (reielit or uattee*, apply to REIBEV & FENNY. L«unre-ron, Mtij 2s, 18S6, for Sydtiey, ' -3J$» -^'10 MA ft1'H *- Captain .^sffig* ^a^deRsoN, will sail iu ten j|j|58!jj| For freight or passage, ap ply 10 HENRY REED, Agent, . Lnunc...

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Launceston Price Current. [Compiled the Cornwall Chronicle.] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

UauncciSton Bri« Gurrtnt. ICvmpiled for the Ctrmmll CAroitiote,] ASBCORRBCTBO THll UAV. —00— COLONIAL PRODUCE. £ t. di * «. A Ale.p-rliha. * ° 0 t» 0 O 0 Bark per Ion 3 0 » to 0 0 0 Barr per lilid,' T, 0 0 *e Bread per ilbtoaf 0 0 -l l» 0 0 8 Ui.ri.ll per cwt. 1 10 0 to i IS 0 Stiller per Ib —fresh 0 S 0 to 0 2 0 Ditto, ditio.-jall 0 a ° Bacon perlb o 1 1 «? 0 I » JJuuf perjb - 0 0 0 to Million per Ib 0 0 0 *- Poikperlb ° ! I ? Veal per Ib 0 0 8 Chocolate nerlb (Cozens) 0 ft 0 to Chose pur Ib 0 O 8 -» Q I 0 Cainl!t8 iier H— moulds 0 O 8 to 0 0 9 Ditto, -iiito-dipi 0 0 8 t» O 0 0 Eggs per doeen ? ? O 8 0 Bran perbmhel 0 10 Oatmeal per Ib 0 0 0 Hay uer ion 2 10 0 co 4 0 0 Hid.ie«eh(a«r«ge- 0 7 0 to HMiMierlb 0 2 0 /« l- 0 0 H«ns per dips 0 I 3 /« 0 1 6 Siraw per liarf i 1 0 lo I .10 0 Firaisoqu per ditto 0 11 II to 0 :4 0 Wool perlb 0 0 0 to 0 1 » Glue per ditto O I 0 to Potatoes per ton 6 0 ' 0 to Oil (sperm) p--r gallon 0 8 0 to Fowls per pair 0 8 0 to 0 4 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 June 1835

Jjxttnsibt Ziiottmtnt of jBxtfyaitoiit. To be Sold by Public Auction, HV MR. H.. HARRIS, Early in July, at Ma. BwiMBir's, -m Norfolk Apcn'ml BMorment of MERCHAN I-iZE, eons-sine -/f Clothing oftsiwy I description, Ironmonpefjt.Carpi'nlet'ii Tools, whi'e mid itriiied Shirts, tfick-keeper's JJkI», Sidney CheeiivF.ni:li»h Soap, Starch, 1'i.n*, Muslins, nod a variety of oilier arti cUa.H'I'icb will tie announced in a future udterttsem-nl. To be Sold by J'ublic Auction, 8V Mil. II. DARIUS On the 2nd July mxt, on the Ground, SIX ALLOTMENTS. if LAND, nitu.terl in C)nrent-p and Lvlilclon Streets, with b frontage or 50 feet, and side lines of 180 feet each. ... . r ? ? _ leruis will be made known at the time of , Sale. ':-?? ^ ^... . _ To be Hold by 1'udtifi Aucliom BY Mil. It. WHITE, At Ait Roomt, Briitiane $t*eet, -m triiay the QSth June, at I o'clock, ' THE fullo»in|- Valuable Building ALLOT MENTS:— . N')». 1. *' 2.— Ha* each a froniage of 57 feet iu Clmik-s street, wilb a iepth of H4 r«-...

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